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Digital page images are linked to the text file. agTT ft J i 4 I I 91 H t wI w J l T- - JfN- - r5 55ia IT 1 lH - i SD 1 pp25 MEMORY IN THE BLIND of TocaHar Interest by a Writer Deprived of Sight PUBLISHED EVBRV WEDNESDAY As partial compensation in the mWst BY THE of his many discouragements theMght 1ms possesses vital advantage Co overpupilootupanionsoneHis memory ac bis oustomed to soiae and assimilate defini- Â¬ EAlt 150 tions and miscellaneous information at PRICK PER a singlo ltearing acquires both a marÂ¬ TIPTON J FRENCH - EDITORS velous alertness and a phenomenal reÂ¬ tentive capacity which enable him to J m G WHITE master certain branches of study with singular ease and rapidity Deprhcd Caircls- - of books and without any very ready and reliable method of making notes A Wilkes Smith D D S ae obtains a habit often envied hi tho seeing of appropriating instantaneous- Â¬ Main irtreet two doers ly any tiling addressed to his intellect 3OFFIOE through his hearing Hence the proÂ¬ jBe22 tr above Second verbially good memory of tho blind person His jT C MORGAN D D S book always mind is his memorandum at hand and always open To the present writer who never re- Â¬ -OFFICK Mwfi tnet ever Madi Â¬ members having a lesson in any thing son National Bank Richmond Ky read over to him more than twice noth- Â¬ jUtieSitf ing is more strange and more amusing than a room full of school childrenwith M POYNTZ DR J fingers crammed in their ears buzzing BURGEON over a lesson of three pages for tho PHYSICIAN AND fifteen Hi time Equally incomprehen- Â¬ Â¬ OFFICE Seeond f lreet over Madi sible is it to see a man making a note jane22t f son County Drug Store of a single address or a lady referring to a shopping list Such observations MD EVANS G force one to the conclusion that the art AND BURGBON of writing invaluable as it is has ben rilYSICIAN OrFILE Fecnnd 4reet wr D P disastrous lo the human memory Peo Â¬ jHe22tr ple have grown to o rely on a piece of ArmerB jewelry Mwo white paper covered with black scratches that if this be lost or mih DR J TAYLOR plaeed they are rodueed almost to the Ih MedWne and Surgery Prartaiouer condition of creatures without intel- Â¬ RICHMOND ICY OFFICE Seeoud streeto er Dykes lect So marked is the advantage of tho JMiteSJt Orocerv 8lre blind in this respect as almost to atone for their extra difficulties in others DR JOHN M that is the sightless pupil will acquire STREET MAIN scientific and philosophical studies with a rapidity which will counterbalance Nixt Door to Lhxous Up Stairs the greater amount of time demanded jjne22tf by his less facile methods of writing out exercises in linguistic and cipher- Â¬ DR Ofl rs life professional services to Hie ing in mathematical branches so that in taking the regular course at academy PujIlC of lower Main or university he will require all in all Otticein drug ly Ky jlj27 Sreet Rr4ihhJ neither more time nor more labor thau the average stwlent DR U- - C AMBROSE Of not Ies value in after life is this extraordinarily trained and developed memory FORD KY It enaldes the Mind to de Â¬ the af-- rive from lectures conversation and Office lioiin 2 to 4 nebtek l lem kh lUaruBtit Mr J C L Mikej n general reading ten times the benefit of others on whose minds a single men Â¬ tion of facts and thoughts makes little W T SEXSMITH M D or no impression PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Thus the law of c mtp Mi alion is seen working in all things m iking good on WHITE HALL KY one hand approximately at leist what services to the is lllk wanting on the other not by Mg17 13 r jvblic the special mysterious interference of Ptovidonee or other power with natur Â¬ DR J FAIN al conditions ami processos for the UNION CITY KY benefit of the individual as many pretelMwal Mjrviees to claim but through the inevitable seÂ¬ Oflt rH quence of cause and effect by which the tllilir Ofthf mi J- - JfHtrxf Ae 17 if senses and faculties become through A Inciter I THE CLIMAX YOLTJME Climax BICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11 1888 NUMBER 30 A BRIGHT SCHEMER REGARDING PAPER A FREAK OF NATURE MODERN NOAHS ARKS A lloon to Men and Women AVIth Mora The Stransn Llqulil Perpetually Oozing The Varloty ot Snbstnos U tiployed In triaU and Tribnlations of a Professional Time Than Monej- Keal Estato Boomer Its Mttiuf icture from tho fountain of lllojj Frank Stocktons idea of living on a A professional real estate boomer The patents of th present day com- Â¬ Near tbe town of Virlud in Hon- Â¬ canal boat as described in the pages of duras South America thoro exists prise alniostevery c mc i vablo maorial while riding on horseback through the We want to prove to you that is our Honest his charming novel Rudder Grange Intention to Sell Jooils Without any Old time War it known as tho Fonntnin of of which paper evi lw made somo of pine woods of Arkansaw tame upon a is after all a practical one In England what is Prices There has never been a time when your Money had as great a Purchasing Power Blood It reccivod this namo on ac- Â¬ them being rather unexpected and not peculiar looking fellow sitting under a house boats as these floating domiciles count nt tho curious red liquid which nfewlwing norel to ovon as Now Our Irmnense Stock of ladies Misses and Children tree deeply interested in a sort of dia Â¬ arc called have grown in favor among is perpetually oozing and dropping The patents cover gram which with a short stick he p rsuK Â¬ certain clfissos and now when an art- from tho roof of a cavern and which paper made from aloe fibar asb stos was drawing in the sand -ist or an author wants to spend his va- Â¬ on falling ooagulacs and exactly re- Â¬ which makes an Indcstructiblo papor said tho boomer How are you cation in a jolly hoilthy way out of sembles human Mood L ko blood not to lie 0 insnmel by fire bagging dismounting reach of duns he tits up a house boat also the follow reÂ¬ will be sold from this dav on until they are closed out for a less price than the cost to manufacture them Aint complainin it speedily corrupts and emits an or Backing wliich makos a coarsu and sails or rather drifts away for odor of animal decay Insects deposit wrapping paper OUR SHOE AND CLOTHING STOCK was never more complete Mens full stock Boots at a leee plied contemplating a fresh mark pastures new price than you can buy the commonest split leather elsewhere You can buy a pair of Ladies Shoes that of tho banana aro also which he made in the sand larvas in it and dogs and carrion Thofibori their The house boat has many things in birds flock to feast upon You seem to bo laying off a town will wear all winter for 100 or 125 it Wo aro emplojod which would suggest that its favor They can bo built for a informed hr one who has witnessed it persons who throw the peelings of this there DRESS GOODS of all kinks Flannels Lindteys Jeans Casmere Tickings Calicoes Gingname ami small amount of money and be made that the grotto is tho nightly haunt of fruit 011 tho pavement might put them No I aint a doin that nuthor everything sold by a First Class Dry Goods Store can be bought from us at our Popular Jaak Prices very comfortable and home like There multitudes of lirgo bats which liko to a hotter use while ovor fifty differ- Â¬ Must be some sort of land schemes which are the Lowest in the city is no foar of being upset or of storms Ihc dogs and birds feast upon this ent kinds of birk aro employed Bean Â¬ youve got o 1 hand EVERY ARTICLE in our store stands on its own bottom as animlivkiual banana sen sickness and the voyagor can strange liquid which has not only tho stalks are and Used togetiior No it aint that nuther with We set the example for many we have always found that original methods are the beat to JbHtow slumber as peacefully as by his own smell but the tasto of blood Â¬ Â¬ sugar A fear the of fibers tin I was in hopes so You see my busifireside surrounded by his household ful odor is perceptible at a consider- Â¬ cano Take your own time to look at our prices we wont Bone you has ness juice the after gods Nothing in the way of Auction Trash finds its way to our salesroom expressed C icoanut fibor No I didnt soo yoro blzness able distanco from tho cavarn and been Those who contemplate a cruise in a when it is roachrd masses of tho makes a good browi paper while tho nuthor Our store is THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE our prices are made to win we make no Peeend Bid house boat next summer will bo thank- Â¬ blood be seen Wait a minute I say my business may a sh ll of the nut is also omployed We cordially invite jTou all to come at once and get your share of the many bargains that our custom- Â¬ in ful to Mr Raymond Radcliflc who do state jellified of coagulation Dried clover has been made u e of in is to go into a neighborhood and im Â¬ ers have the advantage of There is enough for you all if you come at once scribes how to furnish one He sayst Numerous attempts have been made to tho same direction making a wrappinmediately bring up the value of land by Yours Very Respectfully Every thing should be light and easily obtain a portion of this blood like g-paper while cotton has bacn a stimulating a spirit of speculation handled Let the rooms bo laid with liquid for anal 1 tical purposes but in source of paper for many generations Say for instance that 3 ouvc got ono matting which is cool and clean pnt every caso without success in conse Pipor is made from both liuon and hundred acres that youd like to sell rags down if you like they aro easily quenco of rapid dec imposition which flax as woll as from fresh water but for which you have not found a Jun22tf Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store rolled up and shaken but avoid causes the bottles to burst Tbe late weeds fur and moro than a hundred market I see you secretly and enter carpets as out of place sofas and Don Rtfaol Ojo unloitonk to trans-Â¬ diff rent kinds of grassos Gutta- Â¬ into an arrangement with yon Shortly couches are an abomination they tako mit some bottles of it to London but percha papers have at 1 ast tho merit afterwards 1 meet you at the cross- Â¬ We btuld TRACTION and PORTABLE EKGINES of all siws Tbe BONANZA THRESHER for wheat cat3Sas clover pe3 and all seeds aad grans up the room of half a dozen people his intention was fraslrated by tho of novelty but paper from the hair of roads whore you aro sitting with a HARRISON MILLER mnin iuiuiituaiiui aiAVLuuiisasAH Circulars M Jl-- WilHWWoL make the saloon look small and aro bursting of tho bottles and tha In less mon and auim lis would be a still number of fellows I meet you s if Write for Free useless Besides if you arc tired you than twenty four hours after scaling grcator curiosity Iliy as a material for tho first time fall into conversa- Â¬ Has opened a Furniture Repairing mid CO Robinson Richmond 4 can lie down on cushions of which a thorn Mr E G Squior did once suc Â¬ for paper has beon tried with somo tion gradually come down to land Upholstering Shop second door from ViX mvj inoiana house boat can not have too many ceeded in taking back with him to success while nearly fifty patents for matters and after awhile ask you who Post office next to Hunle s Livery Tho deck should have a stair caso New York two b ttles of tho Pquid making paper from h mp hnve re Â¬ owns a certain tract Yon da I would the leading up from the front not an nn- - largely diluted with water butiibe warded the labors and skill of in Â¬ like to buy it You regard tho matter Stable All work done at reasonable comf ortnblo ladder as so many use but camo very iffensivc and no satis Â¬ ventors Sixteen different patents eirelessly just as I observe you are ad Â¬ ntci Laying Carpets A Speciai good broad spiral wooden steps they factory explanation of tho phenom- Â¬ have been isuied in England and mirably fitted to do and without giv Â¬ ty Tdeclf take up no more room and look better enon could bo obtaned We give the other countries for making paper from ing me any satisfaction get up and go Round the deck railing run stanchions following perhaps the moit satis- Â¬ hop plants while othor patents have off Then I take out a sort of map and about two feet six inches high if higher factory explanation that has bscn re-Â¬ covored the husks of grain jute and after looking ovor it for some time than this they make the boat look top ceived It was written by ono who loather L aves have Icon success- Â¬ mumble something about a new heavy Do not use either ropes or undertook the jourpcy in order to fully tried together with tho husks railroad as if Idont care about any chains They aro much trouble and satisfy his curosity Tho principal and stems of Indian corn and moro body hearing inc and after showing you can not loan over a loose rope or cavc he says is a fisnre about fif- Â¬ than a dozen difluiont k mis of mo33es considerable anxioty concerning you put an3 weight upon it Let the deck teen or twenty foot high and five or six Evon notiles have received attention ask where j ou have gone and start bo covcici with ciiivas painted white together with poa out to look for you I fail to find you tt ide at the entranc but it rapidly nar- Â¬ in this nspec Kampluliroii or oilcloth iill not lie rows sothata man can only follow it Stalks peat and naarly seventy dif- Â¬ and come back to the place where the flat Once you get ridges or waves in for thirty or forty feet It abounds ferent kinds of ootssnw dust seaweeds follows are sitting Finally I explain the covering evciy boat hook will find with hugo bas which cling in masses silk tlii tlcs and thistles down have all all about the new railroad an I speak them out and jour life will be one perÂ¬ to the narrower part of the fissure been used and pap r for cigarettes of you as a most fortunate felow for petual mending of lents The awnings Tiie stench is Rronjly ammoniacal has been manufactured from tobacco tha now depot is going to bo located on should ho hung upon a framework of and 30 intenso that I was obliged to stalks your land I start out to look for you one inch ir in poles about six feet apart retire thrice boforo I could procure Tan bark has been found to yiold a again and while I am gone you come Light linen is quito strong enough from the innermost j art that I could good article but straw wool linen back By this time those fellows havo Awnings arc intended to shade one reach a sufficcit quantity of tho rags and old paper mice used have formed a sort of syndicate to cheat you from the sun nothing else and a heavy material lo fill the bottles of alcohol givon the best satisfaction and have out of your place The leader begins No to ask about your land all the time awning is an infinite trouble to fix and which I hail carrio 1 with mo for the almost supplanted tho othors is no butter when ficd than the lightÂ¬ purpose In the rainy soason a small matter however what the material keeping a sharp look out to seo if I am est Let your deck project well over current of red matter like blood employ ed the process has always been coining back and the first thing you the house so that when washed it will flows from Iho cavo into tho stream tho same tho substance being ground know youve sold your place for ten carry the water clear With a too narÂ¬ but in the dry soason the walor coases to a pulp then spread thinlv over a times as much as it is worth After row deck your window curtains will be to percolate through the roof and back framo of sonic kind and loft to dry that of course you give me a certain of iho rave and iho flow ceases At whon szing was applied tho papor per cent of the money See saturated every morning Golden Days my visit it had aire ad r stopped but smoohed and finished Most house boats carry two anchors The diagram maker sprang to his but four arc much better Throw tho floor of tho cave was covered feet knocked tho boomor down and thorn two fore and two aft with the several inches deep with a jolly liko GREATLY OVERRATED kicked him and then as he was trying chains crossed let them have plenty of or pnsty mas which gave a blood red to get up knocked him senseless chain to prevent dragging and your color when mlc I with water On tho An Easlonl Widows Experience in tho Whon the boomer came to he raised up Uncivilized West boat will lido out the heaviest gale sides of the cavo were clotted masses and said A widow who having conic from tho MHUsual training abnormally develop- Â¬ without swinging If you only have looking like dried blood which had Will you lot me go now herself in aWest and in tho The peculiar looking fellow glanced J F OmtNRIISON ed and thi ir value radicaly enhanced twp anchors moor with ropes fore and run down from aliove andicach innar- Â¬ Easttown established by a friond from M t Hkath was isilcd the crn CcHlnrjf aft to tlie shore and throw the anchors rowest pirts that I ccild up from the diagram upon which he 0OHNELISON HEATH out well into the tream In mooring recess of tho llfsures I collected trith the old home had resumed work and replied liko it out here Woll how do you ELEPHANTS AT WORK always chooe a place where the stroam iny knifo some fresh somi flnid Reckon yond better Practicing Physicians Tho air of the river de Â¬ matter which tho insects had not anyway anil Tlie boomer got up and after brushÂ¬ KENTUCKY How Tlnr StoreYards rile Timber In tlie runs strongly Â¬ Not vory woll KPHMONI Examined with a micro of Kangnon Lumber pends more upon the stream than any attacked ing the sand off his clothes said Teople too rough for you rfcM- - IO lllf hwul Lazy and clnmsy iooking as th ele Â¬ thing else a bright clear current gives scope ot tho spot it exhibited ofl r ifir iMM Would you mind telling a stranger They aro not only rough thay aro who is nor in fac 4jtl I iUIic phant appears in our menagore where a bright sharp air If you anchor over no living particles unacquainted with the social peculiar and in fact the mon aro customs of tho community why you it is merely an object of curiosity in a dull deop pool you will be pestered any thing but intnue fragments Aria it is as useful an animal as t c with midges and fogged up every night of tho digested debris of insects From greatly oveiritod HARRIS DR thumped me around that way A BRECK WIGGINS E In what way the tint of tho ri d color I was at first horse and is indeed employed in a with mist No wouldnt mind You see a WACO KY Woll Ill make a plain statomont to bolicvo that it might result No one who has ever lhed on a inclined greater variety of ways feller with the same game come through and let you draw your own conclu- Â¬ here There are few if any tasks which a house boat will willingly desert it Tho from the gvincritinn of snlphocyanido Oilers hi prde bWHl ervios to the about a month ago an I was one the newspapers jii4r horse can be trusted to perform with Â¬ morning pluugc into the stream tho of ammonium during the putrofaction Â¬ sions I had read in demand public out here of tho fools that was roped into buyin a that wonion wore in and the reacf the animal excretions out careful ami constant guidance perpetual life movement and sunshine old sedge field that ain t wuth ten cents with a trace of and I naturally cxpuclod some littlo tion of that substatic whereas the keen Thank you for jonr information Hardin n Bright A ffl M D given as much elephant is frequently of the rh er thecalm air of morninga iron in the waer percolating through attention indep nde ice of action and the delicious at sunset arc I do not want to bo inquisitive but will Didntyou receive it Mr W T Taylor sandstone Bil as a man would have for the same combination not to be matched other tho PHYSICIAN awl SURGEON Wait until I got through with my you tell me what sirt of a map that is work This is notably the case in the than at yachting hut while the latter to whom I submitted some of tho solid RICHMOND KY our are working on so intently matter collected as also the semi fluid statement please 1 bought me n yards of Rangoon and Maul is somewhat lonesome in a house boat I am tryin to seo cf I ken inako a OFFICE Seeoinl street over Madi lmnber veil in alcohol writes mo that light --colored wig got a now sot of mein where the entire operat on til ennui is unknown There is always a preset map showin how a railroad ken git tou I ounty Drug Store moving and piling the heavy timber is stream of boats tugs with thoir follow- Â¬ lie can not detect any iron in tho red teeth had my ghis eyo re glazed and round a cypress swamp over a bayou I want it distinctly uderHHl that I performed by male elephants without ing of picturesque barges and launches solution and hat it appears to bo en Â¬ pi 11 n god into the mad whiil of society ovor a sand mountain through another am the only Hie in tksMinowl thnl un Â¬ any special supervision bj-- the keepers To be dull tirely an organic coloring matter Tho That was six months ago and I am swamp and then git to the old fiold that with their holiday makers derstands the ItionrngJi u e of the insoluble substance has boon found by still a widow moved are teak wood on a liouec boat is an impossibility The logs to be Chemtstry as Hpidied a possiil of us follers bought Strang- Â¬ Dr Lcidy to consist chiefly of chitine Frotty bail I must admit but er reckon toixaniiiiatHHHi of tKed mimI HuhU which is very lieavy They are cut into while a man who takes a pride in his undigested I j oud bettor mosey along of insects fragments didntyou get any proposals of the human tonly I ouly mention lengths of t enty feet with a diameter boat can never be idle There is al- Â¬ now Arkansaw Traveler Â¬ mingled with bats har and homogeneOne this for iMHieft niteotlii My Mgna of perhaps a square of about a foot ways something to be done If it rains In a country ture will he attached lo each examina Â¬ Ah elephant will go to a log kneel fish If it is windy sail If it is too ous granular matltr WhydidVtyou take him A POWERFUL REMEDY SSitwhly tion Influenced too much by appear-Â¬ down thrust his tusks under the mid Â¬ hot to move go on deck and lie in a like Siuth America whore scientific knowledge can hardly bo s iiil to exist ances doubtless Perhaps I did wrong Why Uncle John Rernsccl to Swallow Hb dle of it curl his trunk over it tost it deck chair under the awning and Own Medicine to see that it is evenly balanced and sleep On the hottest days there is al Â¬ a freak of nature of this extraordinary in n j cting hm but 1 was girlish in Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city prick description could not fail to becorao my notions Ho had only 0110 log PARRISH In tho village of O in Central We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory then rise with it and easily carry it to ways a breeze on tlie deck Xuwe an object of great and superstitious was almost blind was undoubtedly New York lives a sharp tongncd old tlie pile which is being made Placing We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will Attorneys At Law wondor and many weird and mar Â¬ addicted to tho use of liq inr was in bachelor whom I have known for job you can get anywhere THE HUMAN FAMILY the log carefully on the pile in its not delay your work We also carry re nice line of are current concerning velous storios debt snore considerably chewed navy twenty five jeirs as Uncle John RICHMOND KY jwoper place the sagacious animal will Distribution of Mankind Over tbe Surfac GasscUs tobacco and was a groat liar Perhaps Uncle Fountain of Blood the Special attention given to abotraeHng step back a few paces and measure or the Kartlu Jojjn is something of a character thougli regardless of appearance I about town and not destitute of titles to lands 111 Eastern Kentucky Tho human family living to day on Saturday Journal with his eye to determine whether or him ha I I not Yankee wit and shrewdness would have married Office in Climax uniting S E He used pot tlie log needs pushing one waj-- 01 earth consists of about 1450000000 in Â¬ hoard a damaging ioxrt concerning to mnke and vend in an amateurish Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Corner Main and Seemid FtrectH up another It will then make any neces Â¬ dividuals not less probably more BEAU BRUMMELL fcc 8 airs June 24 If In this These arc distributed over tho earths Some Droit Stories Told or This Once him way a certain cough mixture the mer- Â¬ Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills sary alteratien of position What was it its of which he preached to his friends word of command from surface so that now thorc is no con Famous ImllrlduaL way without a BURNAM E Whv I heard that ho was not a with groat enthusiasm warranting the its mahout or driver it will go on witli siderable part whore man is not found I B au Brumuioll the glass of fashion FIRE BRICK AND F1RK CLAY Jm22 tf IRON MANTELS AND GRATES Oh yos tho remedy to cure any cold in twenty four lover of tho tine art no was nrst pianieu In his day died in poverty at Caen its work in Asia wiicro of thero are now approximately about Many droll stories are told of him Hi mon on in this part of the countrr are hours or no pay One of his old To do any special task it must Arb tnmm 2rath friends w hom wo will call Ike being RICHMOND KENTUCKY course be directed by die mahout but 800000000 densely crowded on an was once met limping on Bond street greatly overrated eler afflicted with a severe coughing cold A R Rur is marvelous to see how rapidly this average 120 to the square mile Iu On being askod what was tho matter with C F OFFICE it Uncle John used his best efforts in June 2S tl great creature comprehends its instruc Europe thero arc 850000000 averag Â¬ he replied that ho had caught a cold iam on First Street What a Mascarct Is I loft my argument persuasion and finally vehe-Â¬ tions and how ingenious- - it makes ing 100 to the squirc mile not so in his favortc leg adding CHICKEN ment and profane scolding to get him use of its strength Jf a log too heavy crowded but everyu hero dense and at carriage yesterday evening on my way J A SULLIVAN TO THB TRADW ANNOUNCES iYIion swiftly-flowinrivers pour to try the remedy But Ike could not to be carried is to be moved a short all points over populated In Africa to town from the pavilion and the in that he has a large aad weM seleetetf dbtanoe the elephant will bend low thero are 210000000 In America fidelof a landlorl put mo in a room thoir wateis into the sea where they bo induced to chance it Not long Cholera Cure line of meet the lull ix of a higi tiJo tho after this Undo John caught a hard cold place his great hoad against the end ol North and South theic are 110000000 with a damp stranger RICHMOND KENTUCKY M eting Luly at Acot ho en struggle between the rivers current himself which was accompanied by a exer- Â¬ relatively thiniy scattered and recent the log and then with a sudden OFFICE on Fin t street same as weight throw his In the Islands large and small tered into conversation with her on and the opp hig tidal wave produces most distressing congh that shook his lonneiJy occupied by County Judge tion of strength and surprise that he such iolent disturb uicjs in the water poor old frame unmercifully ex- Â¬ which sho expressed The It did 10000000 and fairly push the log probably body forward K t6 ly Mi ler that they nr tnriformed into boiling not however prevont his coming along or to move the log any great tremes of tho white and black should waste his time 01 so unfashion as ho settin distance he will encircle it with a are j3 five to three the remaining nblea person and beggod him to think reas witli whrlpuoh which ongulf nil down town and SCOTT that comes lu ill ir way This it was called it in Ikes murkot The cold 700000000 intermediate brown and of tho risk ho ran of Going scon chain and drag his load behind him pray that destroyed the British steamer hung on for a weok or more and the Mydoar lady ho replied As a rule liowever the work of tawny Of the race 500000000 aro dragging is done by the female ele Â¬ well clothed that is wear garments of dont mention it thiro is no one near Romoo near tha mouth of the river cough had grown no hotter Finally LEY GUTHERSON Seino in France Tho steamer had ono day Ike resolved to bravo Uncle RICHMOND KY phants since having no tusks they somo kind to cover their nakedness us grounded in the darkness and she was Johns sharp tongue and tease him a Tho story of Wales ring tho bell ele- Â¬ 700000000 are semi clothed covering Office 011 Second Street June 82 If can not carry logs as the male This little about his failure to rid himself of LEXINGTON KY anchored to await daylight phants do A man could hardly dis Â¬ inferior pirts of the body 250000000 Brumraell always denied but it is Hood quite true that after his quarrel with wave which is callod in Franco tho cold and tho following dialogue Of tho race the adjustment are practically naked play more judgment in CS Â¬ STOCKTON of the rope or chain around a log nor 500000000 live in housos partly fur- the Prince on meeting His Royal a masearet rushed upon tho ship dur Â¬ ensued You are to understand that Uncle Johns replies were interrupted could a man with his two hands tio or nished with tho appointments of civili- Â¬ Highnes who hid decrniined to give ing ihn night and completely swamp tho crow turned to Agents For Madton County untie knots more skillfully Uian do thry zation 800000000 in huts or caves him the dead cu Brummollwith whom ed her drowning seven ofknown in with violent coughing RICHMOND KY These phenomena arc well John with thoir trunks Jafm R Coryell in with no furnishing 260000000 have the friend ho was walking Eta iu which you eaa Mad the Â¬ Office on Second Street juue 22 if What yer want nothing that can bo called a home aro the Prince had accosted and coolly many rivt re whore tho saiie condiSL ITiekotaa Thousands of dollars worth of sep28 ly tions exst and are designated by Whos your fat friend Got a bad cold nintye barbarous and savage Tho range is asked chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ Brummcll oice borrowed 300 from various loeal names Tho Hoogly and Yos got tho wnstever badnmy from tho topmost round the Anglo Strect Corner Philosophy A era It is more fatal to chickens than a gentleman Somo time afterward Indus rivers where thoy meet the In- Â¬ life When you see Saxon civilization which is the highest tho lender pressed for tho dobt on dian Ocean and Ihc Amazon where it all other diseases combined- - But the Somebody has said Hangs on pretty bad don4 it naked savagery The CO known down CUUDE SMITH discovery of a remedy hztjosilirely a man look at his witfehand put it back portion of tho torace lying below the which Brummoll declared ho had paid pours into tho Atlantic aro subject lo Yos beats all Will practice In Madison and adjoining into bis pookot ask him the time and LATEST STYLES cures it has been made and to be con-Â¬ these visitations him N O Picayune why dont you try Hesitafngly of human condition is at the very counties ana in the Court or Appeal efficacy only requires a and thb LOWEST P8ICBS in iiiHC oases out of ten he can not tell line three fifths of tho whole 900 said tho gentloman Paid me some o j r congh mod cine you want Â¬ vinced of its Office In Masler Commissioners you until he lias looked again That least trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for when HAVE OPENED A NEW A Curious Clock ed tcr soil mo Philadelphia Record office over Circuit Clerka office It is guar- Â¬ is a fact I have experimented with 000000 When criol Brummcll indig Â¬ 1 thought mebbe y was fool nough one hundred chickens June 22 tf HS DEOOEL iSLSEC Annthor King of Spain camo lo several men on the street lately at 1 was standing why when A German nantly Rapid Photographj ter ask that question d yor sposo I anteed If after using two thirds of Geneva to seo a clock which hau been too when evory body photographer Herr Ottomar Anschutz the noon hour in tho window at Whites and paid as a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Harpers Xag want ter Urn forever is looking at his watch if he has oue Sedees net In lend to be nndeineW Ah how do you do made by Droz a moruhant of that azine satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken has succeeded in preparing photo- Â¬ you passed city Upon the clock were soated a mid to bk customers be say tie wW every ease the man who bad graphic platos so sensitive that an ex- Â¬ Jemmy and in Detroit Free Prtss Cholera return it to the undersigned valee ler every dettar shophori a negro and a dog As oruWest Main Street They cany ijiveyeu lull mm ami aa urge jtm le- just been looking hurriedly at his time Â¬ posure of one five thousandth of a Doubtful Accommodation and your money will be refunded Rev B C Honry states that the tho hour was struck tho shepherd vesteu wim is AND piece when asked the time had to second is sufficient A very small lens a general line of give him an early eeH WILLIS STOCKTON of China grows only Brownos ompldyor was calling Ms at it again before he could give must be use so that the pictures are fan palm district some twonty in tho played upon lfls flute an I the dog loot miles ployed gently at his foet But when attention to tha sales of another travel- Â¬ aug 24 ly answer Ami did you ever not oe how generally only seven sixteenths of an San Ui ten Hardware Tho trees do tho King readied forlh lo touch an ing man and intimating that he ought miles wide long by the hhir who tealwaysin a hurry looks inch in length and breadth Enlarged B not yield leaves suitable for fans until apple that hung from a tree under to try and do as welL at hie watch on the least occasion or to an inch and a half on glass plates six years old Some trees are said to I tell you what it is said Browne which ihj shepherd resed tho dog any occasion at all For exÂ¬ be-Â¬ At McKbbs Old SNaad SPEED SMITH AKcnt Withoutyen ami he are having a conver Â¬ and rotated in scries of twenty four are be over ono hundred years old but flew at him and barked so furiously its all in tlie torritory a man has to ample tube the pictures fore a Goisslcr Co Stoves and juaeSS 9m he will inform you that toÂ¬ used for producing the motions of ani- Â¬ the tallest measure only about twelve that a llvo dog answered him and travel- - Now any fool can sell goods in sation and RICHMOND KY From April to November the the party loft ii has e Venturing to that territory morrow he will leave town for the East mals on a large screen Arkansaw foet f ellB rents or exeliances all kiwis of Groceries loaves are cut monthly from ono to return onn of the courtiers asked the Well ho merchant replied ar somewhere else and while doing Traveler ef sub The Bonds issued Real Estate en reaHHwble term and throo bomg taken from each plant negro in Spanish what time it was thoughtfully I think i will start you scrintion of Madison in paymeBtLouisville county to Impulsively takes out his watch represent fiit ehw Fire and LWe In Â¬ so Mcr newest and best seeds The passengers on tho Groton spec-Â¬ From 10000 to- - 20 000 people are em Â¬ There was no reply but when tho out on that rente nwt month Procured WmG and Nashville Railroad due in February Thev have the CASH at apparently to see if to morrow is near surance Cwmwnler the fewest ployed Arkansato Traveler quostlon was repented in French an chant Traveler ial trains on the New York Central deroMcFC St April July end October 1SS7 and iSSS land will sell for Office In J C LfterN Clothing Store m at hand or if he 1ms time to wait fur it PmlMtfr incton D will be paid on maturity at the Madison price T to arrive With many persons the act Hudson river railroad were agreeably Tho Rno Journal says that the answer was given This frightenedÂ¬ junp82 tf There is always more misery National Bank IUchwond Ky who rejoined his commat- - surprised when they got aboard at tho practice of smokinjj opium is becoming the courtier watch is more a of takinff out 0eWK0eaMperieoce Sm Mr Smith la a practical tinner ofj classes than thero till of them voted that among tho CtDCHENAULTCoM ajCTra years experience aad be wll f ter of unooicious impnlse or habit various stations one day recently to nlmost as prevalent among tho Pacific panions aid the work of tho evil is htunauity Jwer tlie higher Victor ftf ttttei ataJrl fgr rrort t tm SHi In clock was tho dn all kinds of tin wort roofing ami lability Correspondence solicited deliberate intention Chicago find the cars comfortably heated by coast Indiana as among tho Chinese one Uitversal Tinker Do voh warn pure drugs ami the best j Hugo repairing in the best style at lowest steam direct from the locomotive and from whom thoy htvs learned It brand nt tnhiMvm ami otirarc Vonl Journal piecy aue22 tf Brooks the dmggtel rates all tho stores removed Patronize can find them at I J Brookg uneii tf Let Us Talk ToiSether APS Pmkting well-in-foiu- AOKWll professional a RAMSEY OLBHAM W T eZ -- wMar fftjl FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS sre 1 HEW STOCK OF HARDWARE HEW PRICES HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A HEW YEAR IEW PST5IC IAT jneitf hackelford Gentry Co ask you to call and see them in their elegant new house on upper Main Street site of the old one that was burned last T August THEY HAYE THE Most Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky i 2 They have more room more goods and more desire to sell than they had in their old quarters W F V GILES WIGGIN BE BOK Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LAEGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP Builders9 Hardware and Building Material laEXmTOrtf BEIGES COOK STOVES and RAMTGES TURNER S Attorney at laawj T AITTEK ASK FOR THE GL P C Remedy W B WHITE CLOTHING U Attorney at Xaw7 TJ g- t Attorney at Law POWELL HATS Attorney at Law Attorney at Lara J REED WILLIS TRUNKS VALISES U i BEST GOODS O -- Hardware Store xi m REALt ESTATES INSURANCE J Tinware W WHITE Misoa Bonds --- t - II I PUNTS ti I fig JJ at iMiiMBiMaMMiifretfMiiiMJMJHMiiMiiwHMiEiiiiiiJWJiMaiaHiiflaaMMiiMaHMBin nvwiffVPM yii THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY Wm GWHITE 18S8 JANUARY i Hon A T Chenault was placed on the Gomraittoc on Retrench ment and Reform Â¬ Ammi Baldwin of the Fideli Nstional Bank of Cincinnati is deaa lie was indicted along with Harper and Hopkins JIm B Oastleman has nominated for Ohief of PKoe of Louisville and a hotter selection could not have been made Oel been ii II i The U S Senate committee has deoided to report unfavorably on the nomination of Mr Lamar as Associate Justice of the Supreme Boneh blast alike their falsehoods and their hopes He denied that the President had departed one Jot or title from the declaration of tbe last Democratic platform on the subject of taxation Tlie declaration had been bold ex Â¬ plicit and peremptory It was made in a few strong words the meaning o which it was impossible to pervert or misunderstand Incidental protection to heme manufactures hnd always been the policy of the Democratic party It was recognized in the last Democratic national platform He rejoiced in every element of American success He was proud of the Inventive genius of the country and of its vast establishments where skilled labor abounded He looked with deÂ¬ light on the cotton mill the coal mines the blast furnaces and rolling mills of the South as well as on those of New England Pennsylvania and many Western States He would en- Â¬ courage them in their gigantic career of development ami usefulness and he held that the Â¬ ask the meaning of tbe present condi- Â¬ tion of the wage workers in many of the extensive manufacturing regions Why under the present liluh tarifl where they engage in constant strikes and severe struggles with their employ Â¬ ers He Voorheese would gor far to protect the Amerieau laborer in every respect and to comfort bis daily life with generous laws His heart was full of appreciative sympathy for the workingmnn and his household as they gathered around their troubled fireside oflen iu penury sometimes in actual want and never in ease or affluence But he had never yet con Â¬ ceived it to be a remedy for his priva- Â¬ tion and anxieties to Increase the tax ou his blankets and bed clothing or his salt and meager table ware The President had expressed his solicitude for the WELFARE OF THE AMERICAN LABORER contestant the appearance of Col Syphers office boy mere was naming in ine speecn oi Mr Sypher but a misrepresentation of facts and in that respect it was reÂ¬ markable Your correspondent asked Speaker Carlisle to night If he had anything to say about the speech of Sypher before the committee He replied Nothing at all only that his charg- Â¬ es are untrue aud absurd as I will be fully able to snow to the committee Even Syphers own affidavits do not in the remotest degree sustain the ex ngerated misstatements he made The general opinion is that the bot Â¬ tom has already fallen out of the great Thoebe contest AT TIIE CAPITAL POLICY OF TUB DEMOCRATIC r 1 The wool interests of the United States exclusive of lactones represents a capital of live hundred million dollars and a oon sdtseHcy of one million wool growers and dealers PARTY had been always ample for theirpros Â¬ perlty and progress That was the only safe jxdicy for American manu Â¬ factures themselves If it were once clearly understood that the manu Â¬ factures as a class demanded that they be enriched by means of fraudu- Â¬ The Wild West seems to be lent taxes that they except tne gui Â¬ more prosperous in the wav of dance of tne leaders of the Republican successful railroads the gen- Â¬ party and Joiu in their praise then tle East Daring the past year 31 indeed perils would environ the man Â¬ railroads aggregating 54TS miles ufacturing interests of the country and representing 22S000000 such as were never known before were sold under execution Of If the Democratic party with its the number the states of New record of more than fifty years in the York and Pennsylvania furnish admiutetratiou of the Government and its frank and constant declaration nearly one third of principles was to be charged with folly of free trade every time an Oongreestnan McCreary has in tlte attempt was made to modify the tarifl toodneed two important utile one peple would very oou and very to rednee the surplus in the Treas- Â¬ tle dearly find out that such assaults were ury and the oilier to create an ex Â¬ only made to divert public attention ecutive department of agriculture from the evil designs and schemes of with a Secretary of equal rank plunder of which they were victims with other secretaries of t lie cabi He could believe however I hut tlie net He proposes to purchase inter- sgeiotts ami patriotic business men of net-hearing bonds with the sur- tin country wlto controlled manu plus and cancel them facturing industries would permit for political purpose tlteibeive Hon James B Beck was unan to be Jtut in an altitude of unjust iinottsly re elected to the United selftsimerf over weening avarice and States Senate by the Legislature unfairness toward tlie great mass of hwt week Dr John D Woods their country men thi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and had pointed out the vigilant care which his interests should receive iu the treatment of the tarifl After quoting a sentence from the message in this connection he said that he did so iu order to present a complete refuta- Â¬ tion iu a condensed form of the reck- Â¬ less and sometimes malicious misrep- Â¬ resentations with which the Presidents position hsd already been assailed and which would continue for at least the next ten mouths Iu his judgment however the American people would have but small difficulty ns soon as the present Improvised commotion had subsided his arguments and his conclusions were alike Impregnable and alike defied assault Mr Voorhees aleo quoted from the Republican platform of IS84 wherein it pledged ilselt to correct the irreg- Â¬ ularities of the tarifl and to reduce the surplus aud he said that that was a plain clear admission made three aud one half years ago that the work of the Tariff Commission had been poor Â¬ ly done and called for correction aud that the pledge had never yet by one word one vote one step or the lifting of one finger Leen attempted to be carried cut to this day Ou the con rary the Republican leaders had not only done nothing themselves to reme dy THEIR OWN CONFESSED WRONG DOINGS but had with the whole weight ol their organization hindered the eflorts of everybody else If now after this long delay the leaders of the Republi- in Congress and chii organization elsewhere assumed the attitude of tariff reformers it would only be under the compulsion of public opinion in Â¬ voked and aroused by the powerful statement and appeal af Mr Cleve- Â¬ land In his late message They were chiefly incensed against the President because he had disturbed their policy of inaction Their anger was kindled because their dilatory tactics could avail them no longer As had been said of the charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava it is magnificent but it is not war So many thoughtful observers ol the tremendous financial power aud endurance of the American people might exclaim It Is glorious but it is not f tatesraanship It was glorious to the manhood and resources of the republic but iu giving the or-Â¬ ders Iu shaping the policy by which the American people had been so strained taxed aud bitterly tested all the world knew that A BLUNDER EQUIVALENT TO A CRIME had been committed and had been stubbornly persisted in But the ques- Â¬ tion still recurred in its homely prac Â¬ tical way as to the disposal of the re- Â¬ sults of that blundering policy He turned from the propositions for a lurger army aud navy and costly coast defences as a remedy for the Treasury surplus to more natural Senator Vewbees of Indiana re HUMANE AND BENEVOLENT IN ITS necessary and practicable methods for PURPOSE its use A generous pension roll with pMei te Mr Sherman h defense of or more conductive to the general all arrearages paid liberal appropria Â¬ FrecHlent Clevelands message He tions for the improvement ofriyeis denounced of welfare and good government than tbe statements and harbors the construction ol public the message under consideration fteseft titoermaa Teller and other Itepnblieans in their eritieiem of tbe Coming down to the practical question buildiugs wherever needed for the pub- Â¬ Presidents message as iiwiocere and of taxation he was aware he said lic servicp were all laudable objects niisieadiitg ami asserted tint by way that there were many objections to and should be attained but tbey of preparation for tbe coming presi internal taxes but on grounds far would fall ar short of restoring the dential election Itepnbiiean legislators diflereut from a desire to perpetuate Immense surplus to circulation and of and Journals were endeavoring by enormous ami unjust tarifl tuxes on affording the relief needed As a further remedy and indeed as gross inierepreeentatHMi to put tbe tbe necessaries of life He appreciated President and tlie Demoeratie party tbe fact that for many years and es Â¬ the gieatest and most potent the in an attitude of lmstility to Amerieau pecially in several States the whole American people would be the best mauufaeturiug interests Nothing system had been used as a powerful pleased to see the public debt diminish could be more unjust or unfair Under instrument rendered odious to every ed aud If the authority to purchase He was also bonds not yet due was not to be found the leadership of Graver Cleveland free minded citizen tbe Demoeratie party demanded sueh often reminded that it was a war tax in existing law Congress should There revision of the tariff such reduction of and that it should pass auay in time promptly supply the defect All these opinions had was tlte revenue and surplus and sueh ad of jieaee ministratioH of the powers of Govern Â¬ their weight with him But while NO BONDAGE SO CRUEL AS THAT OF DEBT ment as was HHfet benefteiHl to all heavy taxes which had been laid by a interests ami most fully in harmony war tarifl on every article enterini and when the last Government bond with the general welfare Tbe Presi into the wants aud necessities of the was paid aud the last veslage of the dents message would bear the light people were not reduced at all he sub Â¬ national debt wiped out there would of diccuaiou aualysis and debate mitted that the work of reform aud be a jubilee year beside whose glories The frosts of next Koveniher woujd reduction should be pursued In that all other jubilees and centennial years bnght ltepubiieaa raierepreseittattows field and that internal revenue system would grow pale and insignificant and Rebuke tbe Republican Senators lett to stand yet awhile subject to He had faith in its coming because who characterised as a humbug the certain modification the administration had at last been placed on sound principles and was fearless bound and statesman like THE TOBACCO TAX awwage ef the President As to tobacco he suggested that the being carried on by honest and able Snitor Voorhees sahl tbe sulgeet tax on cigars and suufl producing hand The American people would ef taxation was as okl as the Govern12600000 might be retained and see to it that no backward step should be taken for the future ment HseJf and yet it was as fresh the rest of the tax producing 517000 and full of interest to day to the labor- Â¬ 000 abolished Rut this- however THE CARLISLE CONTEST ing raasf es of mankind as ever at any was a feature of detail aud perhaps u former period of tbe worlds history teature of promise The great bulk of The oentraetion of the volume of cur abatement in the present totally un- Â¬ A Washington special of the 6th to reaoy had always been necessary taxation of the people would the Courier Journal says A POLICY MARKED BY DISASTER have to take place in a careful and pruThere was quite a little tragedy like and suffering and accursed by every dent review of the tarifl and we would scene In the rooms of the Election friend of the general welfare of tbe have to leave to the future what Committee this moruing when that osnntry But when the abominable might seem the best means and ar- Â¬ superior ex statesman poiiey was still further aided and exe Â¬ rangements by which to attain that from the bayous of Louisana J cuted by sQHtehing as it were the end As a choice between reducing Hale Sypher made his dramatic an-money of tlie people from their very internal revenue aud tariff taxes he pearauce as the able counsel of Mr bauds at the rate of ten millions a would labor to cheapen woolens linen Thoebe who is engaged in the futile mouth without necessity excuse or cotton fabrics salt lumber coal iron attempt to displace Mr Carlisle from paHiatioB every honest mind had to steel and other staple commodities his seat in the House revolt against such wanton robbery rather than suoli articles as were in Â¬ Colonel Sypher was dressed iu It was a crime against every home dulged in from acquired habits or the conventional suit of black with every fireside and every living man luxurious modes of living Prince Albert coat buttoned close up to and womaH in the United States It After quoting some sentences from bis throat but not quite high enough was a crime national in its proportions the Presidents message Mr Voorhees to hide from view a bright red necktie gigantie in its strength omnipresent asked whether it was from such wise Irom the folds which peeped a dazzling in its visitations and brutal in its conservative statements guarding the 8 diamond pin With a swing of his rapaeity And yet the day before the Interests of American manufacturers hand like Napoleon might have made raes the Senator from Colorado on the one hand while seeking to re-Â¬ at Leipsic the gallant Colonel com- Â¬ Teller had sneered at the idea of tbe lieve the people ou the other that tbe manded attention and went vigorous- Â¬ surplus being of any consequence and charges of free trade were made ly into the fight His voice rose and tbe Senator from Ohio Sherman had against the message Did it not rather fell not however like the rise and also declared not by cable from Paris seem that titose who caviled with Mr fall of the Roman Empire but more but on the floor of the Senate that it Cleveland and denounced his vie we after the style of a man In the act of was fortunate for tlie country tiiat were such as had predetermined a drowning Col Sypher is nothing if there was a surplus of filly five mil quarrel and who would not approve not picturesque Vith one hand In liens in tbe Treasury It would be for the Declaration of Independence if it the bottom of his trousers pocket ap- Â¬ that Senator if he should become the came from his bauds Such po- Â¬ parently pressing the traditionel pgta Republican candidate for the Presi litical leaders might have their uses lo that cures rheumatism the other dency next summer to explain to the but In the present instauce it required pointed in the direction of the Wash people why it was fortunate that their no gift of prophesy to foresee that as iugtou monument he spoke of the mosey was gathered into the Treasury BLIND LEADING OF TIIE BLIND grand and glorious country and the in excess of all the uses prescriptions they aud their followers would roll in necessity of preserving the purity of and wants of the Government in Â¬ the ditch of defeat together A per the ballot the only safeguard to the stead ef remaining in the pockets of sistent and violent effort was being perpetuity of American Institutions tbe people made by- those who managed aud led Tlie Colonel waxed warm upon tbe BKA2BK REPUBLICAN MENDACITY tlte opposition to the present Adminis Â¬ question and with an imposing look There was in the Republican press tration to eenvinae the public mind at Chairman Crisp he seemed to say and araeug Republican poUtlefans a that the President was unfriendly Please do net recall to mind the his Â¬ determined persistent and brazen to Iabfr interest aud labor or- - tory of my connection with the elec- Â¬ campaign of raendaolty en Hits sub- - gauhwlioos and that the reduction of tion frauds of Louisana Mr Thoebe sat quietly on the right Jeot and it weuW continue In the taxes would be go powerfully enforced councils and field Work of the liepub aa to prove hurtful to the working- - of his counsel and in his lap be held liean party day by day morning man and especially to wage workers three volumes of text books on elec Â¬ Tiiey were strung together Boon and night until the frosts of employed in manufacturing Industries tions next November ceme to wither and He Mr Voorhees might pause to j with a heavy twine string giving the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A SPLKXDID MESSAGE was re elected Public Printer and Proceeding to discuss the message of Mrs Virginia Hanson re elected State Librarian Had the Legisla the President he said that it was a ture searched tlte entire State no pleasure to him to declare that this re Â¬ better selections could have been markable State paper was true to the principles and teachings of the Dem made oeratie party from its foundation by Major J M Wright of Louis- Jefferson eighty seven jears ago to ville has entered upon tiie duties tbe present day and that thanks of the laboring of his recent appointment Mar- country wereand bus iu ess classes of the to shal of the United States Supreme for seizing on due vital the Executive issue with that Court Associate Justice Harlan grasp of a strong honest man andthe for was granted the privilege of nam representing it to his countrymen in ing the appointee and lie made a such a siiape and light that it would wise selection in tlie person of never disappear untill the wrongs Major Wright The Major was therein presented were exposed aud Adjutant General ot Kentucky redressed and until tiie outrages of daring Governor McCrearys ad overtaxation ceased In the present ministration He served two age of swollen pretences of shallow terms in the Legislature prior to arietoeracy and of gilded vulgarity that time and during a portion of the splendid utterances of the Presi the war was on tlie staff of Gen- dents message fell on the minds of eral Bnell He was for a period tiie people a a token as a promise of principal editorial writer on tlie relief reform and redemption from Courier Journal next to Mr Wat one who had never broken a pledge or terson As manager of the Louis forgotten a public duty The Presi Â¬ ville Exposition lie displayed en dent has declared for the lowly and erg and skill as in all his former oppressed Since the matchless aud positions and the Supreme Court immortal inauguration of Jeflersou on will find in him a valuable ac the 4th of March 1S01 no communi Â¬ cation lias ever emanated from the quisition Chief Magistrate of this Government more able more elevated in states SPEBCM F SENATOR VOORHEES manship more Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ever since the announcement of the Committees there have been many com- Â¬ plaining members Speaker Carlisle has however done well is the general ver- Â¬ dict and from the make up of the Committees dispatch oi business may be looked for in the way of early reports from the Committees The members of the present Congress who served in tlie last Congress have fared well in tlie as- Â¬ signments and In almost every instance stand high up in their Committees In order to give the Committees an oppor- Â¬ tunity to organize and have bills assigned to the individual members and adjournment was taken immediately after the announcement on Thursday until Mon- Â¬ day There is no want of material in the way of bills to act on as there have been nearly 3000 already introduced there being 902 introduced the first day that the House met after the holidays Many of these are bills that have been introduced every Congress for years past and most of them will share the same fate this year that they have in the past Some few unjust bills die in committee of a private character managed to escape the close scrutiny usually given them and are approved but considering the num- Â¬ ber without merit that are introduced The Committee on very few pass Claims this session however is composed of men of experience in these affairs some of them having been on the same Committee last Congress and they will see thit no bill savoring of jobbery gets out of the Committee room Lanham of Texas is the Chairman and as he is one of the most active and sterling members of the House promptness thoroughness and strict integrity are expected to char- Â¬ acterise the work of that very important Committee In the Senate John Sherman made his tariff speech as I stated in a previous letter he would probably do It was a strong argument of its kind and severely criticised the Presidents recommenda- Â¬ tions as contained in his message but it received a close dissection at the hands of Senator Voorhees The closest at- Â¬ tention was given by all the Senators present and by the crowded galleries and the verdict seemed to be that Voorhees reply added very much to his prospects for second place on the ticket The con- Â¬ test between the gladiators has just begun but they are fast warming up to the importance of the mbject and before long will be dealing telling blows in be Â¬ half ot their respective side A strong effort will be made this sesrion to pass the Blair Educational bill The members especially from the South are receiving many letters urging them to vote for it and the advocates of the bill are claiming that unless the House wilt pass it the States of Virginia and North Carolina will both be lost to the Demo- Â¬ crats The Democratic members how- Â¬ ever from these States are not ready to admit that such is the case What they are mostly interested in is the repeal of the tobacco tax aud they argue that the failure to pass such a repealing act will more than anything else draw from the parties strength in those State The advocates of the measure to repeal the tax arc rapidly gaining strength in the House and as many Republicans favor the passage of the bill such legislation may be looked for No bills have been reported on as yet by the Committees and although many important measures have been intro- Â¬ duced still as they are very much modi- Â¬ fied or altered in Committee before being brought before the House for action it is exceedingly difficult to give any reliable expression of the sentiment that may ex ist concerning them Certain it is that the whole Democratic side of the House is willing to make material changes in ex Â¬ isting laws favorable to the people gener- Â¬ ally and the Republicans say that they do not propose to be overshadowed in H that particular by their opponents Â¬ Â¬ Washington D CJan Correspondence Cum ax 9 18S8 Invalid Pensions Matson of Indiana Claims Lanham of Texas War Claims Stone of Ken tuck Private Land Claims McCreary of Kentucky District of Columbia Hemphill of South Carolina Revision of the Laws Ontes of Alabama Expenditures in State Department Morse of Massachusetts Expenditures in the Treasury Department Wheeler of Alabama Expenditures in the War Depart Lafibon of Kentucky Expenditures in the Navy Department Scott of Pennsylvania Expenditures in the Post office Department Dockeryof Missouri Expenditures in the Interior Department Hudd of Wisconsin Expenditures in the Depart- Â¬ ment of Justice Cowles of North Carolina Expenditures on Public Buildings Campbell of New York Accounts Shaw of Maryland Library Stahlnecker of New York Enrolled Bills Fischer of Mich Â¬ Â¬ BEREA Mr Pitty Flh Is malting glad echoes with n new Chrinfsorgnu Mrs P M Gray oftMlgourl has her come to fpeuti the w daughter Mrs Devore Mn Muret and daughter Ml Norn very plea iuitly Kpenl the holiday with her son and brother at Winches Â¬ iflUIili - Â¬ Â¬ ter Mhs Frank Wright of Elysla Ohio will spend several months with the tamily other cousin Prof Wright of till place The Pepolar Approval eflorts of tlie California Fig Of the Syrup Company to preoent to the pub Â¬ lic 1111 agreeable aDl elleetive substitute for tUffbllter nuiweoiH liver medicines and jfilharllca formerly uoed is as gmtlfjliig to the Company as it in crciiufe to the good taste of the public The large and ruphlly Increasing sale of Syrup of Fige mid the promptly beneficial effects of a single doe are convincing proofs that it is the nnt easily taken and the most pleasantly dec28 4t efleclive remedy known Of the good things of this nre Borrowfally let Ackers alone on account of Dyspepsia Dyspepsia Tableta will cure Dyspepsia Indigestion and Constipation sold on a positive guarantee at 25 and CO cents by V U White Prescription Druggist KU IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR THE CSLEBiu A i ED W - jiii hi hi Tiiimi BBBISBS4 31 J J JLid ft 5a vvlTrxwxY WVAlfe FARM WAGONS man truss bod R Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The winter term of school opened Deceinher28 with pro pects of a large attendiince Miss Murla V Pulniau arrived Friday Mns of Danvers night to render her assistance iu the lower school The social held during the holidays under the auspices of the Womaus Chrixtiati Temperance Union of the Glade Precinot was a very pleasant and enjoyable aflalr The evening closed with literary exercises and fring Â¬ ing Arrangements are nearly com- Â¬ pleted by members of the Union for a Demorests prize coutest to be held at the Glade Church hi the near futlire They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them poultry raiser Every successful knows the good of a certain cure for cholera Canters Chicken Cholera Cure hiis been deiuontitraled to bj the best chicken medicine ever Introduced It never falls Sold by Stockton Willi m imiub mil Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at iv 0V vO c vvi igan Printing nessee Richardson of Ten- Â¬ Reform in the Civil Service Clements of Georgia The Election of President and Vice President Ermentrout of Pennsylvania Eleventh Census Cox of New York Indian Depredation Claims Whitthorne of Tennessee Ventilation and AccousticsLan des of Illinois Alcoholic Liquor Traffic Campbell of Ohio Besides the Kentucky assignments above set forth others were placed as follows Breck enridga Ways and Means and Merchant Marine and Fisheries Montgomery Post offices and Post Roads and Levees and Improvements on the Mississippi Laffoon Public Lands Stone Railways and Canals Caruth Education Thomas Patents Taulbee Claims also Eleventh Census Finley Revision of Laws Hunter Alcoholic Liquor Traffic It will be observed that New York leads the list with seven chairmen and is followed by Alabama with four Kentucky Pennsylvania Ohio Missouri Georgia and Illinois have three each while Texas Massachusetts Indiana South Carolina and Tennessee have two each and Louisana Florida Virginia New Jersey Iowa Wisconsin Maryland and Michigan have but one Thus it is seen that Kentucky is more fortunate than any of her neighbors except Missouri Illinois and Ohio and equal even with them The North and the South divide the honors about equally a slight balance in favor of the South yet the five New England States get but two Only seven go beyond the Mississippi River Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wonderful Power Many of our citizens who have con- Â¬ sulted Dr Moore express great wonder at his power in describing the nature of A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from This only demonstrates their diseases sugar read what he says obthe fact that by experience and close ToLRno O Jan 10 18S7 servation one may attain remarkable skill in an particular branch of science Co Gentle- Â¬ Messrs F J Cheney it men I have been in the general practice of medicine for most 40 years CONCERNING FARMERS and would say tliat iu all my practice and experience have never seen n Lehman Brs have purchased In preparation that I could prescribe with the Blue gras region 1S000 fat cattle as much confidence of success as I can weighing lf50 lb at an average Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by price of 425 per cwt The farmers you Have prescribed it a great many have thus received 1185000 from this times aud its effect is wonderful and firm alone this year would say in conclusion that I have Court day A W Lydick yet to find a case of Catarrh that it Fakis But few cattle on would not cure if they would take it auctioneer reports generally sold at an according to directions the maiketaud Yours truly advance on lost months sales The L L GORSUCH M D trade in mules was all in a private way Office 215 Summit St the market was tirm while the prices We will give S10O for any case of No hordes were not much advauced day Catarrh that can not be cured with on the market Crowd small Halls Catarrh Cure Taken internal- Â¬ cold ly F J CHENEY CO J P Hostetter Bro butchers of Props Toledo O Lexington killed for ChrMmtia cusSold by J J Rrooks 75 cts Short horn tomers a thoroughbred beef that was an immense fellow in Cost and Below size He was raided by Renick Bros aud took the blue rib- Â¬ of Clintonville Intending to close out 1113- - stock of bon at Chicago St Louis and other Christmas Good I will sell nt cost and places The weight of the animal below W G WHITE was over 3600 pounds and the largest Drugaist 21 St near Garnett House ever killed in Lexington decl3 tf Â¬ We guarantee it and Neuralgic pains Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Blood Elixir Is the only Blood Remedy guaran Â¬ teed It is a positive care for Dicers Erup Â¬ tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies tho whole system and banishes all Rheumatic ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES M fapis farreted 22 For One leaf Terms the The Best Material The Easiest - Call on Mr Pope and examine wagons Dont buy before doing- so WEBSTEE WAGON June CO tf Library Lamps Rod gars mi xney Hie r Pale j can not 1 toes id Forks T 1 De workmanship at surpassed in siyie 1 or Th Pioem W nufacture 12 Quotd Â¬ At Very hest material employed in their ma- Will Like Them it They ore j pecially sudden For many years traditions and occa- Â¬ Colds Coughs Cronp liable to Cough Whooping sional reports obtaiued from traders and etc We guarantee Ackers English ranchmen have been repeated regard Â¬ Remedy a positive cure It saves Sold by ing the wonderful mineral and agri- hoars of anxious watching cultural resources of central and north W 6 White Prescription Druggii t ern Montana which has been terra Childrens Books at Whites Dm incognita Statements from prosper Â¬ dee3 tf tors who occasionally ventured into Store this country verified to the fullest ex- Â¬ Figs Syrup of tent the reports regarding the un Ts Natures own true htxtUive It is bounded wealth of the Territory but the great uncertainty ami expense of the must easily taken and the most transportation has heretofore prevented effective remedy known to Cleanse the any development of this district Re- Â¬ System when Bilious or Costive to Â¬ olds and Fevers cently a great change has taken place dispel Headache The extension of the Hue of the St to cure Habitual Constiiwlinn Indiges- Â¬ Paul MinueapolN Mouitoba Rail tion Piles etc Manufactured only LEGISLATIVE NOTES way through this Territory anil the by the California Fig Syrup Company announced policy of the Company to San Franchco Cal Sold by Stockton Willis ISSJan ly The House voted down a reso- in every way aid iu developing its lution to adjourn at the end of GO resources mineral and agricultural Linen Books at Whites Drugstore days will cause transformation in the A bill has been introduced to next- - few months from which those require counties to pay for their who get in first will derive the greatest RfVv n ctkataro fretful peevish AaVVJVVS fa record books and to pay one benefit An elaborate detail tnnp with Windy Colic cro93 or trolled or Teething description of the country can be se Stomach Disorders can boPains half the cost of idiots relieved cured upon application to C H War at once by osing Acker3 Baby Soother Where Others Have Failed St It contains no Opium or Jlorphine ren General Passenger Agent benco is safe Prico 25 cents Sold by Those suffering from chronic diseases Paul Minn W U White Piescripliou Druggist who have faied to obtain relief from all a Prominent Students other sources will certainly appreciate the opportunity of consultng Dr Moore Mr K Kawasaki the son of the LIVE STOCK MAREET REPORTwho is fully capable of administering the Treasurer of the Empire of Japan is CORRECTEn WEEKLY BY very best modern methods of treatment among the nearly 800 from thirty WEBER JOPER CO The doctor is unlike many others if you States and foreign countries who took can not be cured or benefitted he will not the bcok keeping and general hui Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and take your case for treatment which is nets course at the renowned Commer Covington Stock Yards decidedly the better plan in all chronic cial College of Kentucky University Â¬ Â¬ - An Undiscovered Country Ctvp tne Children if you see them hecause you cant help They Are Precisely lat Yon ffi Â¬ Our stock of Queens ware and Glass ware and especially our Decorated Din ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive COFFEES SUGARS and other Staple Groceries Goods BEST GRADES OF TEAS also Canned la June22 tf E G C FRAKTCIS IF-A-i- N -- XT I - I am simply over stocked and must reduce same SO NOTE THE PRICE Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth SlJ reduced to 50 cents Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents diseases THE COMMITTEES The assignments of members of Congress to the various committees by Speaker Carlisle were announced in the house on Inst Â¬ Â¬ - Thursday The Kentucky delegation fared well receiving three chairmanships McCreary Stone and Lafibon The committees and the chairmen are as hereunder set forth Ways and Means Mills of TexÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ as Â¬ Appropriations Randall of Pennsylvania Judiciary Oulbertson of Texas Banking and Currency Wilirins of Ohio Coins Weights and Measures Bland of Missouri Commerce Olardy of Missouri Rivers and Harbors Blanchard of Louisiana Merchant Marine and Fisheries Dunn of Arkansas Agriculture Hatch of Missouri Foreign affairs Belmont of New York Military affairs Townshend of Illinois Naval affairs Herbert of Alabama Post Offico and Post Roads Blount of Georgia Public Lands Holman of Indiana Indian Affairs Peel of Arkan Â¬ Â¬ sas Â¬ Territories Springer of Illinois Railways and Canals Davidson of Florida Pacific Railroads Outhwaite of Ohio Â¬ - Levees and Improvements of the Mississippi Oatchings of Mississippi Education Candler of Georgia Labor ONeil of Missouri Pensions Bliss of New York Manufactures Bacon of New Â¬ York Mines and Mining J Virginia Public Buildings and Grounds Dibble of South Carolina Militia McAdoo of New Jer sey OFerrall ot Patents Weaver of Iowa 1S3S powerful influential its THIN COLUMN graduates the most successful Sev SHIPPING CATTLE eral are expected to it this month Good to Extra Small boys composition Hugs from this vicinity 4 Go 4 S5 It Fair to Good 4 15 4 50 It do look like there is more bugs than Common and Rough 2 50Q 3 25 anything else The bed bug Is the A Rare Opportunity Good to Extra Oxen 4 00 3 25 1 uv all worst 2 75 3 00 Dr J H Moore of Cincinnati the Fair to Good Oxen 1 Common and Rough 503 2 25 You have heard of feeding hay to a Eminent Specialist in Catarrh Throat BUTCHER CATTLE beef but there Is an Instance in Rich Â¬ and Lung disease and Physician In mond of feeding beef to a Hay En- Â¬ charge of the Medical Specialist In- Â¬ Good to Extra 4 35 4 oe 37 4 00 quire at the Willis House stitute will be at the Guruett House Fair to Good Fair Common to 2 75 3 00 A Waco man is troubled because his one week from January 5th to 14th Good to Extra Cows 3 25Q 3 50 which will a fiord the afflicted of the Fair to Good Cows 2 503 3 00 wife did uot have the new teeth driven Common Cows 2 00 2 25 in at once before the holes closed vicinity the rare and much needed Rough Cows and Oxen 1 25 1 75 Sho had her old teeth extracted In or- Â¬ opportunity of consulting n Specialist BULLS of the most eminent skill and ability der to have a new eet put in aud her 2 75 3 00 hubby thought the new ones ought During this visit the doctor will not Best Shipping cnarge his usual lees but examine Bet Bologna 2 6o 2 75 have been driven iu at once 2 15 2 25 all cases free and will take no case Fair Bologna 2 fo 2 25 At a unlou prayer meeting oae for treatment unless he can cure or Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin 753 2 00 night last week iu this place a prom- Â¬ greatly benefit the same Dr Moore FEEDERS AND STOCKERS inent minister who went there with- Â¬ has a good record and testimonials out any overshoes deliberately put on from other eminent physicians of Good Extra Steers 3o 3 75 Good Fair 3 io 3 35 the shoes of another minister and start Cincinnati and Covington also many Good to to ExtraSteers Heifers 2 for home The owner buttonholed flattering testimonials from his patients Common and Thin Stockerc 2 50Q 2 75 1 25 75 him Willi the subjoined remarks My in different parts of the country COWS AND CALVES dear sir I like the spirit of these among whom are some of the most 40 004 00 uulon meetings They produce m prominent citizens of our State and Best Grades 30 oe38 00 agreeable harmony amongst the sev- Â¬ many of the leading merchants aud Fair to Good Common 15 0025 00 eral denominations but you are too business men of Ohio and a great Best Veal Calves 6 00 5 75 Fair to Good 6 00 thoroughly imbued with the spirit of privilege Is oflered for the afflicted 5 oo Common and Heavy 3 50 unity For instance you go so far as to who are in need of special methods ot 4o regard individual property as property treatment of obtaining eminent skill SPRING LAMBS in common behold those overshoes without having to leave their busines s Good Extra Heavy 5 oo 25 The laugh was on the Doctor 5 oo and families to be rented in large Good Butcher 5 25 Fair Butchers 4 50 5 75 cities Common and Tall Ends THE HEAVY BOOT TRADE 3 cog 3 25 Dr Moores treatment for Catarrh HOGS Is about overand Wallace has a quan- Â¬ Throat and Lung diseases is without 5 703 5 75 tity in stock which he means to dispose a doubt a result of the latest ccienliflc Select Butcher Fair to Good Packers 5 40Q 5 60 of at low prices and ut once Call and researches and stands without tin Good to Extra Lights 5 iog 5 25 equal In the treatment of these most Light Pigs examine these boots aud shoes They 4 40 4 so Roughs and Scalawags are full stock well made and the troublesome and dangerous aflection 3 75 4 25 prices low He does not intend to aud beiug adopted to home use adds carry them iuto the spring and sum- Â¬ much to its general usefulness aud Local Produce Markets mer He means to sell them and make all who are affected with Catarrh CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COT11WTQN room for spring and summer goods Throat and Bronchial trouble though ARNOLD Ic BRO OROCSRS IRVINE STREET RICHMOND KY Remember the place the Burgin it be slight should remember that stand formerly the Moberley stand 011 these are often the forerunners of that Richmond Ky Jan 10 1888 Such Beef Cattle Butcher Main street third door from Brookss incurable disease consumption corner or third door below Second ailments are often negleoted or un liogs 45C National Bank jaull If sklllfully treated until It Is 00 late Sugar Cured Hams Country and all thus afflicted will certainly Bacon Hams Cured I2ai5c PERKINS appreciate the opportunity of obtain Â¬ Butter 159300 ing such advice and treatment as their Chickens 1 50 00 752 20c Good boating tide iu the river condition requires 2t Begs Whea- t77W Mr T MTfewby la quite sick with OO i You will be perfectly satisfied If you iMour per barrel fever 3 Corn 252 50 deal at Whites Drug Store nOtf Hay per 100 lbs Rev Cunulngham preached at Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs 40350 Bethel Christian church the 2nd Ask your physician to leave your Lard ll124c Tallow prescription at Whites Drugstore It Aunt Paty Foster as she was fa i5joc milllarly called died last Saturday will lie accurately compounded and Feathers sent to your houe nOtf evening at 5 oclock Meal Oats per bushel Nettie the infant daughter of H B Orchard Ga tto St io 25 and M J Robinson h recovering from I German MiUet I 20 thousands Buffering from Asthma Con- - Timothy Seed a protracted pell of sickness 53 I Bfimction 3S Concrlis- - etc Did van nmr ti v Clever 5 2m w Aakws English- Remedyl It ia the nest Oats in Seed Rev Ison preached at RvloniB r preparation sbenf known for all Lung Troubles Choice bhte grass seed vsJA church the 2nd Sunday nn He will ctv nn -- v9 rt v AVVi iiiiyiiro Ah m WW Red top seed preach there the 5th Ha idy In Janu Â¬ ItStdd by W G White lrtscrintion ruuKS ary tonirci Potatoes J Druggist lo 75 it Lexington Ky Is during 1SS7 This college CINCINNATI OHIO JANUARY 9 Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced 10 cents to Everything at REDUCED FRIGES REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the wall at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cent per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec tions as goods are bound to go quick at price named 1 GEO M WILLGING Julvi3 tf QtJElET AHD GRESCEHT E0UT Cincinnati Southern and Associate Boads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORIK LIKE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanoogi Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Priiicp Pons SonMast -- ana South We 2i3K t35c THE SOUTHERN ROUTE If ilLUrillHK TO TUB PAGtFIC C0AS1 ftmnl nnnWlnnll mad Tj rlncrton J T 1J- - m JUKI IXIgUt XTUmSaidBiiweBmtowSiy11 mange the important uitHsoi maseBin vninoui 2SJ Anlr T inn TWKNTY KIGHT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA11 UIHj Jjllie KUNXINO THROUGH CARS 1 AT X rhnWn nf tvA trtouft - Af 41Aftnr V Tmfelare tlnVA fi- ft wOUUltJMU XIUllU QUKKX ND CKKCBST HODTB IUbiis K1BH dolr UoObt Oar mm FaUmaoS FUteat Palace BaSet Sofer State Hoem Pattern T uhmhi ixmkm in jitinnaii iaBKesHSs luumtmr uttau 11a mis soymI trenafer y attentat m tmnli awl etavwitoiicebwoss the Cllv and are aMsted comfort arena ubuicbi Nearly - All tlio Lending Bailroafls - Ccocox swv ssaa 5SffciiT ina i hi 65s the PlWaresqije Witoiml imo Annnn nnil PitntrtTif SoatUeraStaU Una Tilt Yguii11 uuu ui wuouiij nu of JOUNCUAlLT General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth Ht rtnelnnaU Obto U COLIBRAN General Manager Ueneral Passeejer Aent Y V1 ILIiltRfflk UaeSZlfj General Superintendent Aulaiant Oeaerel lessees j r THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY JANUARY Mule u i85S M FA S la J al34lJ QVSUJZUH i iislen 78 gRliiltltlf 111 88 trill 51 I i is WUMKMBi J j4 MU awe TO L 2 Hi 1 bum ifiiiwi H3Ba a lllKMHHMIT awi itz c i ft 9 Mil HUM HKDUVTtaS iI525Sfl 71 rnittmBIIS JllMli iru 5k IHI1KU 1IU n7a Messrs R P Sons sold t Mr Jns Martin 14 cotton mules for SI 10 r head or 1510 Messrs It P Pox Sons bought of Thou Bald Â¬ win 19 green mules for 1940 per head or 2408 JM tor Win Arnold sold In fttrrltlipn Ileum of Lexington one car load of muiesat 5166 per head Mr Arnold also shipped one oar load of mules to Amerk us Ga In care of J 8 White He also bought In the enmity 8 mules priees ranging from 100 to 140 The mule market was pretty lively Inst week and a good many changed two-yeer-o- ld Fs hands The Corner Saddlery W C Gormley is iu Louisville ad ding n few more requisite to his al- Â¬ ready well appointed saddlery corner Main and Second Btreelc The drum mers say that they know of no saddlery so complete and elegant as Gormleys The saddles and harness are display d iu glass cases and In the plute glass windows Everythiuc Is new of the iHtest and most approved patterns and best materials The hou e is certainly a credit to Rlohmouil It would show up well on Fourth street Louisville or any street in Cincinnati If you havent culled you should do so We have seen a specimen of notil from the new mine of Oil J It Cnmkeat the new town of Lily on the iwtain7 8I 1 X4X 8 Knoxville Branch of the mm mat it M 11 It U M H K It is of excellent quality and the vein is rci Miar ITMla93B i35 K2F3 fcahl to be forly flve inches thick The field contains fifteen thousand acres There are a hundred houses being One of Mr Louis tfohlegols little girls built on the property as homes fir is daticrously ill miners besides a large commixmry Mr T O Pool of Newborry South and a very handMime residence situ Â¬ ated in a beautiful pine forest for Col Carolina is here btivliiR mules Crooke As Col J It Crooke has a S C CnrdweM wl kilted James H host of relatives many friend and Huuter uear 2Ciohoasvile was cleared was a former citizen ot this couuty nil will be glad to hear of his nood last week luok i n having suah a bonanza The firm of Parrish Powell at Union City has dissolved Mr Parrish MiKHirna ZI3 3M33 8 i muijt las a stasis M i9si uki1 nn9S9 1117 MMlf u Pine Printing Pino Coal n ii 71 Si IK H4tM LN m withdrawing A Xew Came Mr Joe Collios sohl to Mr Balls of Paris a combined Raddle gelding last week for S150 Common Pleas Court continue Judge Scott presiding munh husluess Las been dispatched Tlie burglars wlw entered Shaokel Co store hihJ got SSO out of the cash drawer have nut been caught ford Gentry The burglars who entered E E Me Canns grocery stttre made a water hui of the cash drawer ami did not succeed in getting into the Mile The Devil Among the Tailors is a new game that has been introduced In Richmond It is a game of pure luck played on a table with a cone and wooden pins that sit on end Every pin knocked down by the spinning cone counts so many joints according to theooniHirtment in which the pin is located Openings in the partitions permit the cone to pass from one com- Â¬ partment to another There are eight compartments and the value of the pius taoge from 10 to 60 Ilie top oi the table is marble and the cone spins several minutes It would become a general favorite were the cost of the table not too great The Fire Underwriters Association of Richmond have had printed at 1hk Climax office a book of rates Includ Â¬ ing u constitution aud by la us It Is the handsomest piece of printing ever turned out of any office iu Richmond aud proves conclusively that Mr J J Adams the foreman of the composing rooms is an accomplished printer The book Is printed on choice Hurlbut paper and bound Iu the finest leather ette with gilt letters The work would lo credit to tlie Courier Journal or any other city printing house The FireUnderwriters Association Is PERSONAL composed of Greenleaf and Crooke Miss Mollie Downey is visiting in Powell and Forman Chenault and Frazee J Speed Smith S D Parrish Paris R E Turiey S P Deatherage aud R Collector T S Bronston is in WashingR Burnam Mr Greenleaf Is Presi- Â¬ ton City dent und Mr Deatherage 1b Secretary Mr T L Seweli of Jackson Ky is at Every house iu Richmond and vicini ty li described and has a rate fixed the Garnctt upon it and no member of the associa Â¬ Miss Florence Barlow is the guest of tion is allowed to take a risk at any Mrs W R Letcher other rate Mr Ben Prewitt of Winchester was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ able to Aldena Literary Revolution An to the quality of the work both IPerary and mechanical any common seise reader is capable of judging The volumes received at this office which atiy reader is welcome to cull and examine aro certainly deserving of the praise which they seem to le receiving Tlie venerable Prof Day of Yale College speaks of the work iu the following emphatic terms The book in all respects more than answers my expectation It is a very neut volume of a form convenient for u e firmly bouud of large clear type with contents of ju t the general character which the popular reader requires comprehensive accurate and coui pact lis marvelous low price makes it a prize euuerly to be sought iu every hitelligence Iovim household The publisher John B Aldeu 303 Pearl St New YorR or Claik and Adams St Chicago will send speci Â¬ men pages free lo any applicant or a specimen volume which may be re turned If not wanted in cloth for 50c or half Morocco 65c postage 10c ivxtra The set of thirty volumes is offered at considerably reduced price to early subscribers year old daughter died of dyienery following the meaels The little body was laid to rest in the cemetery on Wed Â¬ nesday AD RUFF HOROUGHLY OVERHAULED Maj James S Rollins was born in Richmond April 19th 1812 and tKwl at his home in Columbia Mo Monday January 9U1 iSSi He wa one of Mb sours most distinguished citizen havirg served two terms in Congress and repre- Â¬ sented his State as Senator in the Legislature He was also a candidate for Governor of Missouri and has held many influential and honorable positions He was the only brother of Mrs C F Bur- Â¬ nam At his death Missouri lost a culti- Â¬ vated gentleman and a great statesman Â¬ Lipscomb died at hi home 3S7 East Third street Lexington Ky on Friday January ah 1858 aged more than 80 years Deceased was a native of Madison county and was a brother of Mrs Dr Moberley Mrs Amo Death- Â¬ erage deceased and others lie lived for many years on the Richmond turn- Â¬ pike four miles from Lexington but had lived in the city for several years The funeral occurred in the Lexington cemetery on Saturday Col T S Moberley and Sheriff N B Deatherage were pres ent at the bunal Â¬ William Watelimakcr Watches anil Jeweler DEALER IN Prices Marked Down to Make EverytMng Move at J Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special Plated ware elc Absolutely Pure tf attention given to Stags Louisville Store 4WM This powder never varies A marvel of purity streneth and wliolesomenesx More economical than the ordinary telnds and cannot be old Iu competition with the mul AND tltudesof low test Rhortjwelelil alum or phos- powders Sold only in enns Royai akimo Powder Co 106 Wall bt N Y SETTING Promptly DIAMONDS - OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Jnue 32 REPAIRINGmanner done and in a workmanlike MATRIMONIAL- - SALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city We are just through taking our annual invoice and find we have a ih Mr Thomas W Davis of Campbell ville Ky and Miss Loula R Parrish will be married at the Methodist chucrll to morrow at noon The Rev Dr Henderon will officiate After lunch at the residence of the brides parens Mr and Mrs S Parrish the couple will leave for home by way of Louisville KIKKfcYILLC Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver SSy Dont forget the place next door lo the Post office Richmond Ky iune22 If great many goods that IffOTICE I have sold out the interest I had in the saddlery business with W C Gormley Co and am no longer con Â¬ nected with the house dec21 4t T J CURTIS UST BE SOLD AND TO MAKE THEM GO WE HATE a i Rates250 to 4 Per Day There were about fifty couples who Marriage Licenses for December gave Col Clifton Estill a storm dance The following marriage licenses on New Year night Monday A were issued for the mouth ol December splendid time was enjoyed by all James Park and Lucy D Fowler Mrs Sosttn White celebrated her Javie HagHii and Miuerva Parrott eiglity Jourlh birthday at the residence Johu Mullins and Mary F Davis Bron of hereon Co4 It X White on Lan Â¬ Wm D Oldham and Alice ston Cyrus Gill and Mary Parsons caster AveHe on Wednesday last AIliHtu T Sanders and Dolly Taylor Prof J B Hmrte will remove from T G Mobeily and Charita A Fow Â¬ Union City to Www at which place he ler Wm L Million and Little D ill establish a graded frebou He will Turner John IbAiineou and Betlie occupy the Chambers property at Elf - Lewis N W Reed ami Fannie W Park- John W Williams and Mary Stlll L Grinstead James Lou man and Tiieiepori of truosfers of real estate Midlie Lowmau Frank Garrett and in town lot- - for the month iff Decem Â¬ Dora Gentry Geo W Jones and ber miKMiits to 14616 The rejMirtof John Ann Woolery Win Haven and traiibft m ot land in the county amounts Maggie Ametiue Wm H SlanMli toS307474 for the month of Decem Â¬ and Liura E Hooker ber j i- at garments Tiik Climax extends the Conway was consumed by fire on right hand of fellowship to the Demo Sunday night week Tlte cost of the building was 2001 Insurance 600 crat anil wishes it greit success under new management The Mes rs Hart removed from Berea its Â¬ Mr John IWxter of the Broks4owu Hon Rodney Haggard and Mr James vicinity h ir taken a iMi itntn as 51 Benton have lea ed the Winchester Â¬ salesman hi Mr W B Whites clothYou can always let on a Democrat and the people of Winches Â¬ ing Ikhis Brookbtown fellow for he is built that ter ami vicinity can congratulate themselves that such men have taken way their Local Organ and notliiHg but Ilichmond now has a lady Deputy newsy notes will be served to the pub at the Po t oiliee Mia Locy Deolher lic Senator Haggard is one of Clark age daughter ff Allen Deatherange countys ablest lawyers Mr James deceafeetl has M ceted the place and M Benton left his home in this couu Â¬ was itifctalHxi in her new position list ty about three years ago aud formed week a intriersliip iu law with S iuator Haggard of Winchester Since that Dr J M Poyntz has lented of Mr Taltou Shanks his house on Second time the firm has flourished like the Green By Tree of which we have all Mreet thiid door from Garuett House heard Anil now that these gentle Â¬ and will occupy it as an ofllee The men have broadened their field aud offiice over Whites di ug store is there Â¬ dipped their fingers into priuters ink fore for rent the Democrat will go to its many readers clothed in brighter aud newsier The new of Hart Bros A MadtseniaR llectiuics an Editor Regular House Warming The enterprising firm of Tribble Blouut celebrated their removal on Fint Street by a grand opening ou Fiiday night last At half past seven the Richmond brass baud play- Â¬ ed one of Its best tunes in front of the house and then another and another until the store was filled with ladles gentlemen aud children The band then moved up into the gallery over the store and gave the people assem- Â¬ bled below some of its best music and that reminds us of the many com Â¬ pliments extened to the band for Its good music The frout of filestore was beautifully illuminated with Chinese lanterns pyramids of canned fruits and vegetables were arranged iu many shapes on the counters and shelves and wherever a light could be put one was there Rows oflighted caudles weie arranged all along the top of the shelving which threw a beautiful light on the shining cans with their gaudy lubels This was very nice to look upon but the best part is yet to be told In the rear of the store on a long table were eight or nine enormous cakes and the quantity of ice cream ou hand was astonishing If anybody there wasnt Happy he should have been fired out as he had good music a beauti- Â¬ ful store to look around iu aud plenty of goodies All wished succesi toTiibble Blount A in the city Thursday on business Mattie Miller of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Geo W Pickles Miss According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in home the and had engaged in the lumber busi Â¬ ness at Conway Mrs W R Letcher received on Tuestljy afternoon from 4 to 7 oliHk in honor of Miss Florence Bartow A delightful afternoon was enjoyed in the elegant home of Mrs Letcher by tlie many friends who accepted her warm hospitality Mr Will Eotou Son of Mr Buck Ectou of Winchester who was thrown from a runaway two horse wagon and fatally injured on Monday of last week the details of which are given else- Â¬ where in our columns is a nephew of Mrs Lucy Baxter of Huntsville Mo who recently lived In this county for many years Club Tub Climax has made arrange meuls to club with every piniuiuent magazine periodical and journal iu the United State and a number in Eurojie If you want any of the Har- Â¬ pers or the Century Scribner the American Magazine of Magazine American History Demorest Godey Frank Leslie Puck Judge North American Scientific Ameiican or any other niHgazine or period ical of im Â¬ portance call at Thk Climax office Or if you want the Enquirer Courier Journal New York Star Sun Worldi Herald Tribune Pliiladelphia Record Ledger Washington Post Chronicle Boston Traveler Texas Sittings Ar kansaw Traveler Detroit Free Press or any religions scientific educational art trade or other newspaper call at Party Miss Belle Clay received her many friends at the beautiful suburban home of her pirenls Mr and Mrs B J Clay on last Thursday evening The home was brilliantly illuminated aud the many lights from the windows bade yon welcome out of the darkness into tlie dazzling light of the mansion The Clay home 13 one of the finest in the comity anil Mrs Clay and her daughter Miss Belle made the friends assembled have a most delightful evening Tlie carpet was removed from the floor for dancing and the Kogers Band furnished the music About 1030 oclock an elegant supper was served to the guests on tables The young ladles were beauti- Â¬ fully dressed and the gentlemen were in the regulation swallow tails The following persons were present Mis Â¬ ses Bettie Arnold Annie Letcher Mariawillie Smith MaryNeale Lizzie Smith Sallie Shackelford Annie Maggie Chenault Chenault Mary Bennett Elise Bennett Mattle Mc- Â¬ dowell Miuva Phelps Mary Hume Messrs Robert McCreary WB Bright J H McDowell W R Shack elford C B Hume C Shackelford H Chenault L Bright G Evane J Dudley and Capt J S Smith tete-a-tete A Handsome Phoenix A correspondent of the LexlHgleu Press in descrlblug Cardweii of Nlch olaaviile saya Cardweii is a hand Â¬ some distinguished looking gentle Â¬ man resembling strongly Congressman McCreary He was of Richmond dressed in a fashionably cut black suit his linen was spotless and altogether he presented a fine appearance Tiik Climax office Fir any tiling whatever in the reading world you want call at The Climax office We can furnish you with the London Times Telegraph News Liverpool Mercury Courier Dublin Review Ed in burg Review Paris Pjtil Jour- Â¬ nal Paris Jtevue de la Mode Leipzig Botauische Zeitung the Stuttgart As stated in last weeks Climax Ausluud Madrid El Globo Li Illus Assistant Marshal John Mershon re Â¬ iracion Espanoio YAmerieuua Milan signed his position Before going to Gazetta Illustrata Florence Gazetta press there were several applicants for dltalia and a long long string ofcs his place Mr Everett Berry who lias been with Jailer Maupin as turnkey Now Quarters was the successful man aud will now Covington Arnold Bro are thor assUt Chief Police Feeney in keeping law and order Mr Mershon has ac- Â¬ oughly straightened out hi their new cepts a position in the saloon of Wm store and have their large stock of goods arranged iu Aiple Pie Order French a beautiful Their building is If Gov McCreary gets his chairman Â¬ two story brick witli a tasteful cornice ship which Is now highly probable to give a finish to the building and be will be entitled to a clerk In this surmounted by their sign in gilded event he will appoint Mr Wallace letters The cornice is imitation of Varuou of Stanford to the clerkship dark gray stone while thebrick work Mr Varnou is a sou of Judge Thomas is painted a bright red It has a Yiirnon and one of the best young plate glass front and the walls Inside men In the State He hung up his are done iu rough plaster like gray stocking some time ago aud will sit granite or Tennessee marble The cr Jss Iegged and wait for Santa Claus shelving along the wall is furnished Louisville Time in cherry aud the counters are of ash r finish Everything with walnut Knifed The about the house Is complete In the right hand upper corner of roam is largeand is well lighted aud tlil page full particulars of a knifing with its different finished woods at HJ t trengs Louisville store will be makes a handsome room The found He has out the prices wide second story is used as a store room open grain wool aud all kinds of seeds are away A nice front bed- Â¬ stored Farm Sold room Is partitioned off aud finished Mr Alex Blaok sold his farm of 276 in a fine style The large base- Â¬ acres situated on the Big Hill turnpike ment is also used for a store room two miles from town to Mr JTatt fruits lard and vegetables are stored Gibson of Williamsburg on Wednes Â¬ away in it A very large ooal oil tank day last for 15003 cash or 5445 per which holds three barrel is used as a acre reservoir and is pumped out on the second floor by a pump that brills P Carroll the Seedsman half a gallon at a stroke and can be Elsewhere in this issue is the an gauged so ps to bring a quart which is nouncement ef P Carroll eeedeman a gieat improvement on pumping it 77 79 Went Main street Lexington with a small force pump from a barrel Ky Mr Carroll advertised iu Thk A large elevator runs through the Climax last year awl was so well building If the remainder of the burnt I leased that he remrvs for the present district should lie built an handsomely year He oarrles the largest and most as the stores of Covington Arnold Co complete stock of seeds in Central Bro and Shackelford Gentry Kentucky and k a ndloble and prompt J Rtehmowd caa boait of the finest dealer buttdiugs iu any town i n Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Shackelford Gentry Co have re- Â¬ moved into their uew building and have everything in its place every thing you want and every thing new Their new building stands on the site of their old building which was swept away by the August fire and Phoenix like the oil firm of Shackelford Gentry have arisen with grauder surroundings than ever before Their store is oue of the handsomest and most complete that the people of MadNon or of the State ever saw When you enter the store a feeling of so glad I come runs over you Every thing is so bright and fresh looking The plate gloss front of tlie store and the side aud rear windows make the store room very light and cheerful NIckle plated show cases bright tin waie beautful and highly polished stoves finished iu- brass and nickel plate pagoda shaped bolt cases and everything that pertains to a first class aud handsome hardware estab hshment is there Their counters are of hatdwood tops and finished with walnut Their desks aud store are of oak and walnut finish Tlio reir of their store Is raised about two feet which shows the back of the building to the best advantage The second story is divided into a work shop and n ware room for tin and lighter wares The basement of the building is floored and lighted by the large windows in the rear of the store and has large double doors Half of this room is used for storing heavy iron and heavier wares and the other half is devoted to wagons machinery and all kiuds of farming implements An elevutor runs from the top to the bottom floor and the whole building is lighted with gas The store is a two fctory brick ami is a great ornament to thetowu Great Popular Cyclopedia The third volume of Aldens Mani Â¬ fold Cyclopedia a marvel ot condensed information covers tho alphabet beÂ¬ tween the titles Artemisia and Bap tisia There seems to be little doubt that It will prove to he the great Cyclopedia for the next score of years at least The embodiment of an Una bridged Dictionary of Language and a complete Cyclopedia of Universal Knowledge iu one work iu large type with thousands of illustrations aud all for a price less than people have been used to paying for a Dictionary alone is not only a novelty In plan but to Hie ordinary book buyer the fact its hardly less than astounding Its ac Â¬ complishment will certainly be credit A Â¬ Â¬ The number on the sick list in our Hotel village is greuter than it has been for oci2C ly I have three large comfortable and Miss Leta Feland visited the Misses good rooms for rent over ray store on several yeats Main street Lackey of Garrard county last week For particulars call and see I GEO V FORMAN CHAS S POWELL C C WALLACE dec 2S tf Miss Lizzie Wilmore aud Dovle Mr Percy Breck left Friday for Lex- Â¬ Burton are visiting friends and rela- Â¬ ington to enter Prof Gordons Academy tives at NIcbolavllIe Mr Will Hay has resigned his position at extensions have developed exceptionally Mrs Land the mother of Mrs Far the Post office for a period owing to bad ris at fine mineral stock- and farming districts Silver Creek was carried to her Maps and full particulars free upon aphealth last resting place 011 the 7th plication to C H Warren Gen Pass Mr W O GooJIoe of Danville visited Agt St Paul Minn Rev Milton Elliott will fill the pul Â¬ his sister Mrs Lucy Gregory the first of pit of the Christian church at this MINNESOTA From We represent the following Insurance last week X an exclusive grain country place twice a month the present Companies and solicit your patronage Minnesota is being rapidly transformed Mrs Tevis Wilkerson of Lexington year Guardian of London Assets 25603323 00 into the finest stock and dairy state in the visited her mother Mrs Sallie Russell Union Cheap lands still obtainable con- Â¬ Mr Tom Grady returned the other Queen of Liverpool fisss0 last week 2100114 00 venient to railroad Particulars free upon liny He was called to the bedside of German of Frecport application to C II Warren Gen Pass Commercial Union of Mr Robt Atlams attended the Leap his two sisters who nre very low with London ll701193 00 Agt St Paul Minn Firemans Fund of Cal 2048842 60 Year Hop in Mt Sterling on Tuesday consumption 1T JPj W Pusness Centers The build Tj of last week irfg of railroads in a new and Prof Weir returned home last Mon Â¬ -Total Fund 55 72722 00 fertile country create many new towns Mr D P Rowland of Danville was day after a seemingly pleasant yisit flTowells office on Second Street affording excellent business opportunities the guest of his sister Mrs S B White to our village Particulars regarding such opportunities and Formans at Bonanza Roller Mills We saw him come and go in Montana Minnesota and Dakota wfti dec28 iy for a few days Powell Formajt be sent upon application to C H War- Â¬ Capt E H Ford of Canton Miss at- Â¬ But what he come for we do not know ren Gen Pass Agt St Paul tended the funeral of his father at this Dr J II Moore North Dakota never place on Wednesday last had better crops the eminent specialist of Cincinnati is than those just har Miss Elizabeth Barrett leaves this now stopping at the Garnett House We ECOKOJIY IS WEALTH vested Many opportunities to secure All lh PATTERNS yoawlFh tnnMMiailiigthe week for a visit to her mother Mrs are pleased to see so many of those af-Â¬ fine Government lands recently surveyed jeor fur nothing a vins of from 560 10 i UJO by mbecribhig for Margaret Barret of Frankfort flicted with the chronic diseases obtaining near excellent coal fields and adjacent to railroad Maps and full particulars free Rev W Y Sheppard was very sick his treatment The doctors new method upon application to C H Warren Gen last week but his many friends Will be of treating catarrh Throat nml Lung Pass Agt St Paul Minn AHC diseases which received the highest glad to hear he is about well again M fl 1 0 0 Are you mortgaged park award at the Cincinnati Exposi ing heavy rents or run Mr James B White of the clothing tion granted V Dawson by Profs W Can you i nimr behind house of W B Whiteis visiting his father and J Li Davis two of Americas most move to a new location Excellent lands Mr Omera White of Kerrsville Texas noted physicians is cheap which will increase in value several certainly the best With Twelve Orders for Cut Paper Pitterna fold in five years No other such oppor- Mr Lewis Todd leaves lo day for a known to the profession It has been ofyour on selection and tf any size I free Full I Southern trip to Chattanooga Birming- endorsed by many prominent physicians Both Publications One Year tumties exiting n r tiparticulars r A A 7nAn ham and Decatur with a view of locating of New York Chicago Cincinnati and rcn Pass Agt KL Paul Minn other large cities and it is encouraging THREE DOLL ARSl Mrs Dr A W Smith and son Elliott an un- to note that many of the most prominent Poe left Saturday afternoon for Louis- Â¬ people throughout the country speak in in Central and Northern Dakota and ville where she will srjourn with her the highest terms of the doctor and his Minnesota Maps and full particular re parents for a week garding lands prices etc sent free Ad- Â¬ method of introducing his treatment to Or all tlio MaRnzIncs H Warren Gen Pass Agt St He certainly merits the Containing Stociks Pofv and othei Lited- - dress C Miss Nettie Stockton left yesterday the public Paul Minn AltTl IIC OMIMMNO ART ATTIMCTIO for Paris to attend and be bridesmaid at patronage of all who aro in need of his JkKU IIOOKHOLU SATTEilg SCIENTI TI7 TI Y WORK FOR ANOTHER the Barnes Board wedding which takes treatment and he anticipates remarka Illnttrntcil tcilh OrStjinnl Strrl J7i ill Victurei or on a small salary Why conJhntturnrttrr II ffrarhtff ble success during his visit to Richmond place on Thursday January I2th Woodcut iiiuklwj it the Jlodel tinue working on a worn out farm and fiun Why Mtgitzlnc of lmertctt Mrs C F Burnam and her son Mr try to secure a living from such high it Each Mugutac contain a ronpon onkr enlt Why priced or heavily mortgaged farms tlin the bolder to tlx t ekction f any pattern Thompson Burnam left Monday for Every year Hoods Household Cal Â¬ illustrated In the fa hon department in that work on rented land Why not start for Columbia Mo where they were sum- Â¬ endar takes a step forward as nnmber and in any of the fIk s manufactured its in making pattern- during tke yar of the value of yourself Why not secure at once some to attend the- - funeral of Maj genious publishers moned of the low priced but very fertile and well three dollars strike some new otcr3IOIKhTrf JIONTIILVIijnMlycnilllwtilie located lands adjacent to railroads now to James S Rollins Mrs Burnams brother thought in style aud arrangement Vorifa Model Magazine Tbo tareeet in Form tbc het TWO be obtained by those going to Northern 18S3 Hoods Calendar has the lh Larje t in CirrnUtlinn and JEP8 vrill be the Dakota and Minnesota where jou can Mr W O Parrish left Tuesday for For Doilar Family Magazine issued Lily Ky where he will take charge of cut nut head of a young girl sur- Â¬ Ttrenty fiMinhrearof lis pnMicalion and it Ftands make a larger net profit per acre than on at theneidor Famiiy VeriodcaK It contains 12 the high priced or worn out land you now the Commissary of Col J R Crooke rounded by the blue hood making a paes larce quarto SxUH incheo ctecaniljr Why not go and look the situa- Â¬ occupy printed and folly illu trated Published by W and Mr Colbert at the coal mines Mr very beautiful ami attractive picture Jeaniuga Demorest Sevc York tion over and see for yourself or at least fill his place at H B Zena Douglas will The coloring is wonderfully well done And by Special Atrrcement Com- - obtain further information which will be UU1CU WllU LUC tent free if you will address C H 0 Dillinghams and the pad also printed iu colors I Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn CLIMAX AT 300 PER YEAR with a special desigu for every mouth Mr E Tutt Burnam was present at Sbta 2sdeciy helps make up a very artlsiic Calen- Â¬ the elaborate banquet spread by Sena- Â¬ dar Three millions of these Calen- Â¬ tor Beck at Frankfort after his re election to the United States Senate He could dars are issued and all our readers scarcely chin the abundance of oysters should have one Ask your druggist or send six cents iu stamps to C I fish and champagne Hood Co Lowell Mass Mr R P Fox who has been at Frank- Â¬ Have you seen Armers new Jewelry fort on the U S grand jury and Messrs D M Bright BC Totts J P Hern Store on Main street If not dont don and T S Moberley who were petit fail to ilrop in and you will be sure jurors in the U S Court at the same and pee the handsomest jewel of a jewelry store iu the State place have returned to their homes It Rooms for Rent ituok the Hnife Deep inte Pries s So Ifeod ferttit 1 POWELL F0RMAH mujntaw Alias ST0PRIN ssa Â¬ We want the money for them and prices will bring it that they WILL GO ttM vWy Aero ami Fire Iiisiir ance Nn- - Dry Goods KNADLsLZnifed Deep f BW3 Mve Clothing Knifed Deep Boots Shoes Knifed Deep year irhK JUUfJ aar- - Cloaks Znifed Deep tieti Be4le Jtf WONDERFUL SUCCESS Hats Caps Knifed Deep 35TOTIOUS akee i tbe bmH ipoMa Knifed Deep 33 Â¬ She slimax Qemorests In Fact Ewytla Has Been MeOoep - nhfeg taiteg ita Â¬ in gggKWe want the money- Come and Call early and see us and save money secure the harvest at pat all est at fs jo ts for 46- tio - 300 SSIGEESTS 1 FAILUKKSSri ii J H F B THE BSS STRENGFS JMammoth Louisville Store Jr T E H URMSTOX Btt at Kes- ahraya vferaJ Itro CROOKE SAM BENNETT tegkt Ipafa isff sf Â¬ -- CRIME BENN URMSTON - 45- - - rf all e awl 3 DEALERS Iltf s I A SkHr as pride fit Bry Goods Notions LAIDIES3 Underwear Gloves Ae They keep everything that is f eary 1 Son I teyeaa for the Snglish bead i ey are do ftat serif- t THE CORNER SADDLERY llasea ji 3reeer- 4417 1 Mr Wm Norris who has been keep- Â¬ ing the books of the Embry Bros stock yards in Covington left Thursday for Remaining unclaimed ill the Post- Kansas City where he will locate aud go office at Richmond Ky week endiug into the stock business Mr Norris spent Jan 10 1888 Bronston Hon H the holidays at his home in this county Miller Nannie Brown Albert Million Elsie C Mrs Senator Harris and Miss Mary Brock Hannah Mason Mat were in Paris Saturday en route to Chi- Â¬ Bennett Minnie G Meador John B Burgain Lizzie Million Mrs Lee cago where they will spend some time They will return from Chicago and go to Creekmore Maggie Planchett Laura cooper ftlrs Mary Iarks Jul Frankfort and will remain there until the Church Anna Reese Mrs P L middlcof February when they will leave Daniel John Rhodes Mintie 2 Douthett Grant Robson Mary for a trip toFlorida Doty John E col Smith Jim 2 Farley Sadie Sword J P Francis Ella Theelen Joseph RELIGIOUS Fauks Mrs Kate Turner Marr Morgan Miss Mary White Simpson Montgomery Anna Walkup W 5 So much interest was man ifested in Advertised matter will bo held two the services of the week of prayer tha1 weeks after d ite of adverlieement and if undelivered will be sent to the they are continuing on this week with then letter office dead unabated xeal and good attendance Post office hours from 6 A m to 7 p M registered There will be services at the Episcopal hoursMoney ordera and to C m letter prompt 7 sr i church Friday evening at 4 oclock SunJ B WILLIS p m day morning at 11 oclock and in the afternoon at 4 oclock All are cordially invited to attend LETTERS Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house corner of Main and becond btreets Ktchmond Ivy fsT 0 IJOW There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping with the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made Ihey have in their shop of the best materials IT tfUl MMi f anty Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggy whips of whalebone of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood bpurs m variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges c A full line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners NEW AND DESIRABLE -- 13 THE- - Â¬ The subject of the subjoined telegram of the 6th from Mobile Alabama was formerly of Mt Sterling Ky Rev James Steptoe Johnson who October 28 lat was elected Bishop of the jurisdiction of Eastern Texas by the Council of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal church at Philadelphia was consecrated to his new work to day in trinity church Mo- Â¬ bile of which he has been rector since February 1SS0 Bishops R H Wilmer of the diocese of Alabama T U Dud- Â¬ ley of Kentucky and S S Harris of Michigan were the consecrators assisted by Bishops John N Galleher of Louis ana and Hugh Miller Thompson of Mississippi and a large number of cler- Â¬ gymen from this and adjoining dioceses of Alabama Mississippi Texas and Lousi ana Bishop Dudley delivered she conse- Â¬ cration sermon Â¬ Office for Rent 25 1888 TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house IRemember the place ilerndous Corner Main and Second Streets DRY GOODS LINE they sell at the same prices you have to for rent Front room over Whites Drug Store Apply to W G WHITE janu tf JANUARY W C GORMLEY jann iy CO All persons indebted to me must call and settle by the above date After that date I will give all accounts left unpaid lo my attorney for collection payibr the same Goods lljan 2t J J LYTBfi J e ink GBQCEBY SEEDS PCARROLL m qualities Higins Oli UPPER Ml W ANY EASTEEU MAEEET You cannot buy in New York or PhiladelÂ¬ phia the Goods they handle at lower prices than Crooke Bennet STBEET GEASS AND FIELD Largest and most complete stock in Best Our motto Central Kentucky Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and DIED Near Union City James the son of W AV and Mrs Brook er died on January 7th 18S8 nine-year-o- ld jann 77 iy and 79 W Main St Lexington Ky STAPLE FANCY GEOCEEIES Urmston ask Mrs James Reeves of Crooksville died at her home Friday night Jan 6th 1SS8 Her death was tuddcnas she iiad been spending the day with a neph ewand had seemed unusually well On Tuesday afternoon Jan 3rd iS33 at the home of her parents Mr and Mr Dudley Tiibblc Florence thefc eight- - Aiistra ry 1st 888 orsitiCu Queenswarc Glassware Wootlenivrc All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Eliza J Shortridge deed will pleare present them to me property verified for payment on or before Februa Alf persons indebted to the estate of dece sed will please pay same at once A D FLORA Aduar janU 3t TOBACCOS CIGARS Canned Goods such as Corn Peas Beans Peaches c Tomatoes auglO 1 Cloaks and dockets in Xarge Variety m Paper Watel Buckets ariji Wash Tubs yr 2G6ct GO AND BEE THE he tf - mvmm0WLv ssnriji H 5 r this county to the wife of Frank Browr aud to a colored woman living on the The year 18S7 bas surpassed all oth Â¬ farm of the late Salathiel Cole three ers Jn the extent of railway mlleace children were alee born at the same constructed la the United Slates nearly time As to twins mere than a dozen living pairs may be easily enumerated 13000 miles having been completed most of them being In or very near A woman died from a peculiar com town plaint at Chicago and on the post Â¬ Lexington this State seems to be a mortem being held a Jive snapping turtle as large as a silver dollar was field much sought by rascals Saturfound pirouetting around her stomach who practice the check racket day night a young man about twenty Varger and Johnson two local ports five years of age of medium build have completed arrangements for a heavy set entered several groceries on fialsh light to take place inside of two North Limestone street with a check weeks Considerable interest is at ou James A Weihl Son wanted to tasked to the match both men bejng buy a small amount of groceries and one armed get the balance in cash but was re-Â¬ Green eeaety will ask the Legisla- Â¬ fused At M B N Williams he ture to pass an enabling act under bought 1 SO worth of goods and re-Â¬ which the county may compromise ceived the balance in cash From Co its GafBherland and Ohio railroad heuee he went to M KauQmnn bonded debt If soch an act be pasted dothiers bought a gum coat for four the debt is to be funded at thirty cents dollars presented the same kind of There is much ezeitement in KiWy check and received bix dollars in ssrt Ireland over threats against per change The check was made payable to James Miller aud was Indorsed bobs who aid boycotted people Trades They were pronounced ea bankers and merohaaU have by him forgeries Several men were arrested wiM be Mown been notified Unit they suspicion but were released to death if they furnish supplies to the ob l u s U i ii L i- r gar persons including smart ladies maids or cooks who are anxious that A Few Standard Methods or Courting NaÂ¬ their mistresses shall see how muoh ture Sweet Restorer they can outdo them and who sucornt What pleases me when I am tor the simple lace edged or cmbrodared man ted with sleeplessness is a little clothing mcludid in thoir mistresses health bookof my own in whiohlhavo laundry as though they wore in keop jotted down a few a very few of tho ing with the misorlv management infallible remedies for sleeplossness which had orlerol tho remnants of which have been tried in thousands roast beef only enough for th cat or perhaps it was millions of cases to bo ma le in o crnqnotles 1 he sew- Â¬ most of which were in tho subscribers ing machine is responsible for tho overown immediate family or at the dressed servants a id the insoloncc and farthest circle of Intimato f rionds and indolence that follows with her Such had never once failed to effect a per a state of things has made it necessary manent and it Is needless to say in- Â¬ for ladies to insist that girls in their stant cure All of these cases collect- Â¬ service wear what has been sneoringly ively and each one by itself individu- Â¬ called a uniform a plain calico ally wore and was exactly like my own dross n plain white apron and a cap in cause duration and operation Tho thnt will do away with an untidy or simplicity of the combined remedy ap- Â¬ over elaborate coiffure peals at once to human confidence If arodned conntry girl could follow Eat nothing within three hours be Â¬ the purchasers of overtrimmed clothing fore retiring to their homes they would never at Â¬ Eat a light but substantial luncheon tempt to make elaborate under- Â¬ just before going to bed Nature ab clothes but would avoid garments This is one of the with two hundred tucks as they woull hors a vacuum proscriptions I like the insigriil of a ballet dancer Read light literature before going to We speak of country girls because no bed woman of refinement in the large cities Read nothing after supper Walk a would buy thp staoks of elaborate mile in the open air just before bed- Â¬ finery sold at starvation rates in tho time city shops A great many women Go to your room an hour before re Â¬ everywhere arc returning to the good p9nCCm home- Â¬ tiring and read until bed time Give old fashioned of LITERARY NOTES practioe U S Marshal Giess says the ar- Â¬ up smoking altogether made undcr elothes Tho hems and rests for MKeit distHNog were mneh If you are a smoker a cigar just be- Â¬ foils are hand work If lace is used as Magazine ef American History fore retiring will less in 18S7 than for several years past Never more poiuiar and prosperous izeyour norvos soothe and tranquil trimming it is nlways put on by until you cant keep overcast stitch The finest clothing is fewer warrants for viohttfons of the than to day the Magazine of Amer- Â¬ trimmed simply with a group of tucks revenue laws were issued during the ican History opens its nineteenth awake Dont think about sleeping yon which may be half inch or finer as the last quarter of this year and the en volume with a wonderfully interesting scare away slumber by wooing the maker fancies a narrow frill of laco tire sMuatSea in this respect very sati January number Thurlow Weeds drowsy god or ombriddery an a few linos of faotory Home in New York City where the Resolutely resolve as you lie down dainty feaher slilching douo wih the Pride of the West muslins The Republican papers are very great politician resided during the last that you will go to 3toep and sleep needle porcnlos and nainsooks are tho mabusy just now abusing Mr James Rs seventeen years of his life is rich- will come naturally Take a warm bath and go from the terials generally used A great many seit Xioweit lor deekirtog that President ly illustrated with exterior and Interior ladies this Season are making up sets Cleveland is the btst representative views and an admirable portrait of tub into bed Take a cold strange bath jump into of underclothos of fine white flannel of the hlghft t type of AmerioanK m Mr Weed iu his later years Is the bed embroid- Â¬ asleep that we have seen stoee Liueolu frontispiece to the number The head and youll bepillow before your all wool but of light weight touchesthe ering the edges of the garments in was suatebed away from us And graphic and informing description of Walk slowly about your room half simple scallops and dot with china yet be but uttered the truth the Itouse and its distinguished occu- an hour floss Knitting nndervcsls of Saxony Lie on your right side with your yarn is becoming a fashionable fancy R G Dunn fc Vs review of trade pant is from tlte ready pen of the edi- Â¬ Work Ladies of luxurious tasto some Â¬ tfltswa a decrease of SIM in the number tor of the magazine who introduces an cheek on your hand account of Mr Weeds marvelous ex- Â¬ Lie on your left side with your Load times knit these Tests of pure while of failures last year but an increase u silk avoiding as loud any tint of arm critical period KjlMM iu liabilities In 1SS7 there perience ia France at aown exact lan- Â¬ resting on yourone thousand Count up to in our civil war iu his I tried color Mens shirts are made by tho failures and 167560J4 were guage A fae bimlie of one of Presi- - this inhuman bit of idiocy one night best workmen by machine except that HaWHttes In 1SS tlie fnilures were dent Lincolns fetters to Mr Weed ae- - I came very near falling asleep two or the buttonholes and gussets are nlways 8SS4 sod liabilities S114M4U8 This work is lite companies this valuable paper The tbroa times but was startled wide put in by hand failures m the United Slates averaged awake by suddenly becoming con- Â¬ done so satisfactorily and porfectly second contribution to the numberl scious that I had lost my count and at the shops and at such low prices one Mi every 111 persons Canada Reciprocity or Oommercia had to begin over again This care that the manufactured shirt has A large erowd of the curious have Union by Dr Prosper Bender Is kept me awake one whole nighty when virtually superseded the hand made beeu Hs8ppoited every day this week eatebiated to attract wide jxiHlir at Â¬ I was so sleepy I could scarcely hold shirt doing away with an infinite doal iu IiOMtsvilte in not getting to tee the tention Samuel Carpenter the ray eyes op jn Tlie friend who gave of vexation of spirit Infants cloth- Â¬ CMosgo Anarehlsts iu wax announced ehler 1 1714 by Wharton Diekin me this prescription is not living now ing should be made by the nocdle to be ou Market street beginning with soo touches upon an early period ot She was a woman and I could not as The scants are the only part of baby Monday Prof Donaldson yesterday Pennsylvania history of unique Im Â¬ a gentleman offer her violence So I garments where machine sewing is Many mothers laka a lovreeoived a telegraph inessoRe that tins portance General Andrew Jucksons dosed a box of marshmellows with allowable ing pride in doing all this work with train out of Denver Col on whieh the account of the Battle of Horseshoe iu death to rats and sent them to hor This according to my their own hands It is a subjeet for figures were eu route to this city Mas 1S14 never before published Is a j Drink milk experience is the best prescription in congratulation that simple- under- Â¬ r ant i liQjinil nvn crore 3 most weieome contribution from Gen the lot It will make you sleep better clothes ald hand sewing arc coming The Discovery than all the bromides A whole ehurchful of women were Marcus J Wright going which into fashion Aftenioms devotod to Yucatan is a charmingly written are snares ami delusions almost dying wHh envy the other day of But milk needlework are a jositive rest if the at Bridgeport Conn One of the sketeh by Alice D Le Pktngeon diet not only makes you bleep at night worker is not jaded as a physical The Historical Sketeh of Christ but you want to sleep all ths next day labor is often a rust to a brain worker female members came in wish two hate on her head having forgotten Chut eh New York City an aide and It makes 300 intolerably stupid all There will be more charily of thought that she had put on one and donned authoritive paper is by William J the time It is a very plesant half and deed mora peac ful homes more old fashioned healthy another The rest thought it was the Davies Tiien follows The Funda- awake feeling if you have nothing else happy to do but to onjoy falling asleep at any housekeepers if thorc are more neodlo latest fashion and were as mad as mental Principals of Our Government X Y Tribune March 25 time and in all manner of places like workers hups because they hadnt brought by Frank A Beecher New Years Day a novelty for some Colville in the best told story of those COWAROLY BEASTS theirs times Indian Summer but if you of our readers by William S Bogart have any work to do it is embarrassiThe IXcal Natnro or America Largo Car Saturday as John Oflutt a police Prof Rivers Reply to the criticism ngnlvnroud Qtiatlrupeds hmh ia Lexington whs putting his of Prof Hubbard The Northwest Tho prevalent idea entertained by So what is a sleepless man who pistol m his scabbard R was accident Â¬ ern Country in 1797 curious data wants to sleep going to do If he those not familiar with the real nature ally discharged and shot him in tlte about Ladies High Hats iu 1881 eats a light luncheon smokes a mild of our large carnivorous quadrupeds bowels He lingered in great agony and a brief but appreciative tribute to cigar reads Runner an hour walks a believe their instinctive ferocity imÂ¬ uutil Sunday afternoon when he died tlte late Hon pels litem to assault every person they mile in J Carson Brevoort His pistol was a new one nod Ite had owe also to the late Mrs John aud another the air comes back and walks meet is not sustained by practical ex-Â¬ mile about his room takes a Jacob perience boon showing Ms movement to a friend Astor in Historic ami Social Jot Â¬ sponge bath cold followed by a tub Those animals appear much more was probably ooeked when ite tings and k bath warm drinks a pint of milk formidable The number also contains its in the distance than when returned it to the seabbard junqis into bod and lies on both sides usual departments of interesting mi approached in their own native wilds OAieers Martin and Wales arrested celhiiiy Willi Book Reviews some of with his liead on one arm and one But few Eastern sportsmen would it Abe Kewlaud colored iu Louisville which are illustrated This magazine hand and counts a thousand it will is believed voluntarily attack a boar be time to get up anyhow and he can for cutting bis wife Lilly across tlte isaninrativenecesiy to all read- wolf or panther yet I have seen and nervous fits during tho a killed many of thoo animals and not arm with a carving knife at tlKir ers of intelligence With its stores of day one of them ever turned upon me home ob Chestnut streetbehtw Fourth varied information and Its careful It is a fact however that even mon And in further corroboration of this where both are emiuoyed The quar- Â¬ editing its value for preservation who think they suffer from sleepless Little Bat who has dur- Â¬ rel originated over their itouseitohl becomes more and more distinctly ness do not lie awake half so long as my guide duties when Xewland attemi4el to apparent with each succeeding issue they imagine they do When a man ing Lis lifetime killed ovor eighty griz- Â¬ zlies assured me that all he ever met plunge the knife into Iter stomaeh but Frioe 809 r year 748 Broadway says to me I did not closo my eyes invariably ran from him the blade was broken on corset steel New York City 1 know he lies Not onoe all night So confident was he of his ability to intentionally of course He thinks ho oope with these much dreaded mon- Â¬ Will Ecton sou of Mr Buck Ecton was awake all night tho probability The Art Amateur sters that he did not hesitate to hunt of Winchester was thrown from a 2 is that he did not get to sleep until Tlte colored plate iu The Art Am- Â¬ them when alone and on foot and borse wagon by a run away team Mon two hours after his regular time and only two years ago ho encountered day morning and fatally injured As ateur for January is a charming water it seemed an age to him Really it the wagon passed furiously through a eoior coast scene by H W Ranger isnt often that a man lies awake the four grizzlies eating a dead elk upon gate be was eaugltt between it aud a Among the numerous worRlng designs whole night through I am not a Casper mountains when he crawled to within rifle gatepost Two of his ribs were turn iu Mack aud while are a capital study physician and can not speak by the every one short thorn range and shot of without moving of fuchsias tlte fourth of the classical book but I believe that men fib about from tlte spiual column and ite was from his tracks and upon anoher octheir sleepless nights more than any casion while we were hunting in tho otlterwise bruised and cut His case is figures for iwuel deeoratiou Euterpe hopeles He is an excellent yong fel- Â¬ pages of smaller figure sketches and of other ill to which our weak liumanl valley of the Big norr ho went out a desigu of ty is heir Now take your own case alone during a moonlight night and low and his sad fate will he mourned borders for embroidery daises fur brass hammering a very you remember the last time you lay shot two grizzlies from behind a tree by many friends awake all night dont you Yes I pretty figure desigu for a fan aud Panther and wolves are most arrant Speaking of American pork an En see you do Well dont you remem- Â¬ cowards and the traditional story of chair painting decorations fur a panel gMsti writer says that much of the ber that same night you heard tho General Putnam having performed an cardinal flowers a plute rosesj and clock strike two and then tiio next exraordinary feat of courage by en- Â¬ Itork product whieh lias been shipped a fish plate the second of the series time you heard it ir struck seven to Europe bas been simdy concen- Â¬ tering a cave and shooting a wolf is Tue number is Â¬ trated maize a compound that does tical artieies esiiecially ricli iu prac- Ye I see you do Well thats one extromoly laughable when contrasicd tlte chief topic being of the mysteries about insomnia that not eommeBd its self to the taste to paiuted with tho fact that my wife upon oiio iu water color still life paint Â¬ is difficult to explain Robert Bur occasion in the night time at a front- Â¬ those who have bad an opportunity of ing dette in Dm Motnet UeiUter iu mis water foul tapestry paint- Â¬ ier post vhon a large black wolf had enjoying pork manufactured from ing eharcoal drawing china firing HOME NEEDLEWORK purloinol one of her turkeys and was milk eat meal wheat meal pea ami wood earviig The last article dragging it off hurried out and with a meal and potatoes Bacon and ham begins Simple MuiUn Garmeus anil If a series by Beuu Pitman and slick made him drop the linl and run Again Coming Into Fashion made from rigs fed on the latter foods is accompanied Outing by four attractive de The needle lias been a solace and away are fit for the gods signs There are also interesting relief to woman from the earliest time Mutton for Farmers Use Superintendent P T Downs pasted talkb with Mrs Wheeler ou em Who can imagino a useful womanly Ono of the advantages in keoping u yesterday with a tntiu for the broidery and with Mr Suugio the woman who does not love her needle Cumberland Valley Branch which Oriental expert on Jaiaiiee swords It is wonderful how many perplexities sheep is that the farmer who docs it he put ob regularly from Corbin to and on the art of flower arrangement may be set at rest how many petty can at almost any season have fresh JJarbourvlWe It will leave Corbin on as practised in Japan the latter pro Â¬ annoyances float away like the morn- Â¬ meat for the table when ho likes ttte arrival of tue day passenger train fusely illustrated Another richly il- Â¬ ing mist while the housekeeper stitches Next to poultry it is the standby for suddon emergencies when there not South and return from Barbourviile at lustrated article treats of beds especial Â¬ quietly at hem aud band It U a wise tini nor lethaps the money tois buy 8 a x to connect with the North- Â¬ ly French and German oues and some thing to avoid a quick word or sharp fresh beef in the city markot Farm-Â¬ reproof till the matter has beon scanned bound train Mr Downs tells m that very clever drawings accompanied by a ovor thoughifully while the thinker Is ers who keep sheep can accommodate he expects to extend the run to Pine- - biographical liotiee of H W Ranger employed at her afternooi noodle oach other by exchanging so that each vllle iu a very siiert time TiieFall exhibitions at the Academy work It is no mere fancy that in the may have a half or quarter for use bo kept fresh while With ice Lavinia KoeiHg a German woman ami the American Art Galleries are employment of the hands tuoir mere and a it can refrigerator in tlte cellar moat mechanical position may end to an My Note Book and twenty eight years old was tried in ably reviewed may be kept a weok or more oven in irritating or calming frame of mind the Circuit Court by a jury and found the discourse of Greta on art iu The wis3 physician looks to the hand warm wotithcr These are to be insane She was ordered sent to Boston ami of H P Du Bois mothods hut they are a part of r lhe lu3t itnfaliMe fe of brain furnish particularly Anohorage She was bora in Ger Â¬ Book lindinK disorder the turning of the thumb the farmers piivllegrs and happy aro many and came to this country less entertaining reading The Art Ama- The restless motion of the hand those so situate that thiy can still live than twoyeara ago to live with her par-Â¬ teur aims Jto make itself Iiidiepensible of the insane is familiar to every up to thorn St Paul Iioncer Press ents Lhtle is known of her case be- Â¬ alike to the connoisseur aud the stu- Â¬ one That the motion of tho baud in An iron column 28 feet long and fore her arrival here She is afflicted dent of art aud such numbers as the sewing produces a calm reflective present fully justify its claims in this frame of mind is as certain as that tho weighing ov r 600 pounds part of a with a luughlog mania aud laughs new lighthouse bein r built was re- Â¬ ounstantly at some immngiuary occur- regret Price 35 cents Montague sewing machine produces a jaded cently landed at Bshop Rock En- Â¬ wearing out rence which she will not communi- Â¬ Marks Publisher 28 Union Square nervous womanhood mind and bodj In the ceaseless whirr gland and a storm coming up was cate Dr Brandies stated that her New York of its iron wbosL It would soom liko left lashed Jjy a half inch chain at each condition was due wholly to lack of end to strong cyebolts Throe days GOOD WORDS gross exaggeration to say the sewing moral as well as mental training beÂ¬ machine had been as great a enrss as afterward the workmen returned and found that the odumn had sides the squalor In which she had The best trade journal that we have a blessing to women but when tho up by ths waves 20 feet to been tossel the top of lived Louisville Times ever seen is Paper ami Press published matter is calmly investigated this state- Â¬ the rock where it was swaving about ment falls a littlcshortof the trutlu liko George Berry and JJeok Coleman in Philadelphia The August issue isa a piece of timber Two days are nelghbnrs and the owner of a hen masterpiece of both interesting letter- As soon as the sewing machine ciino afterward wthen they wcro able to just an ordinary every day hen This press and artistic Illustrations In fact into oxistcnoe people were no longer land the workmen found that a black- Â¬ contont with the pretty plain clothes fowl wandered aimlessly into the the Journal is a study for all publishers smiths anvil weighing 150 pounds they were wearing Berry cellar and after a short stay and an example of what can really be every thing shouldbut denmndel that which thy hod left in a hole 8 feet be tacked and there announced by a triumphant accomplished by lie artistic employ Â¬ puffed till all simplicity and beauty of deep and only 21 foet in diameter had cackle that she itad increased the ment of good taste and workmanship form was gone Even sin ible women alsobcen washed by the waves com- Â¬ worlds visible supply of eggs by one We have never seeu any production rushed into excess and tried to do pletely out of the hitd Mrs Coleman heaid the clarion notes either as a special or ordinary number every thing by machinery Noth- Â¬ Tho Jttanla Medical and Surgical of the hen and hurried after the usu- of any nuWicaUou whieh can compare ing was gained in many cases except Journal is authority for tho roport that Wise seamstresses soon a Georgia surgeon found a boy with fruct She and Mrs Berry fought In any way whatever with the beauti- Â¬ more sewing and their husbands fuught and their ful careful and artistic journal above learned thnt every tiling could not be two hoads one at oach extremity of Ono of thorn tho children fought and their friends named We shall always look for- Â¬ done by machine No careful house- Â¬ the spinal columi fought and they have beeH hiring ward with anxiwH interest to the ar Â¬ keeper now allows i machine hom one where tho tail ought to be had a on her table linen bed linon or scalp which gave growth to lung lawyers aud paying fines all the past rival of our cotemnorary and wish Therj is no hand and outlines ot the nose mouth curlsI Paper aud Press every success possible underclothing an week Nothing has been settled yet s til 0I1 so good fur the seams of under- Â¬ as to the ownership of the egg Flem of conception raperrMakIiigf Lon Â¬ garments or dresses as that made by cyos well marked but as it gve the boy pain it was successfully removed don Bug- iogsburg Times machine Machine tucking is stronger by a surgical operation FooW than hand tucking but the expert Health MoHlhv The Anderson News In speaking of Hew He Won Her hand sower must finish off the work of the birth of triplets to the wife of Jos Cbtsage Xews Two and a half years ago n family tho machine if the work Is to bo dainty Ripley whieh occurred last week There Is a younc lady in Keokuk and neat While rightly used tho sow Â¬ in Plymouth gnvj away thor pot cat saya R may be observed that Ander- Â¬ Iowa who hi six feet She wouldnt stay in her now homo and four inches tall ing machine is an inestimable bless son iias a bigger If not better record in and she is engaged to be iag but ite abuse has brought about a disappeared Tho other dy the chil Â¬ married The ol HJch matters than any county in this man who won train of mistr her did It in these The sewingalmost unparalleled evils dren of herfrom town at found hor machine is responsible for Jhrec miles and carried her Stae or perhaps any State This is word muoh of the suffering of poor seam Â¬ home where at their bidding sho did not the flrat case of triplets for Hip Thy beauty set my heart aglow stresses who are competed to put two tie tricks that they had tmjhther county Three daughters to the wife Id wed thee right or wrong hundred tucks or puffing and tucking lhie years ago She sc m d d Iisht- of John Hnrine were born at the same Man want but little here below a yard deep on a single garment made j ed to get buck and purred steadily for time aBd triplets were also born in P want tint BWclodgt of cheap coUob for a variety of vul j six hours BURDETTE ON INSOMNIA 1 Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS 1 Â¬ FARM AND FIRESIDE For long evenings and leisure days good books and periodicals In the arrangemont of living room remember that sunlight and fresh air saves doctors bills Parboil the Fried Sweet Potatoes potatoes cut thorn in rather thick slices dip in milk and fry alight brown Cincinnati Times in drippings When a lamp burns poorly boil tho metal burner in soda and water Gum Â¬ my accumulations from the oil will bo removed and the light will burn as brilliantly as ever Graham Gems One quart of but- Â¬ termilk one fespoonfui of soda one teospoonful of salt graham flour enough to make n stiff batter Bako In gem pans hot and well greased in a hot oven Botten Budget Fritters Oie cup of butUirmllk two eggs one tenspoonful of soda dis- Â¬ solved in 1 little water add flour till stiff enough to drop into hot lard with a spoon and fry as doughnuts Those are excellent with warm maple sugar Household PITH ANO POINT A Missouri woman has collected 17653 spouU A Httlo farther A P iot sings on I shnll find rest- - Kjp him mov-Â¬ Tinios are pretty hard when a man cant colh ct his Ideas or borrow Texas Siflings trouble A mau never gsls too old to learn or to make a fool of himself Bur- Â¬ lington Free Prms Nothing shows greater aujeotnoss of spirit than a haughty demeanor toward inferiors Miss A Little Misapprehension Dewdrop Dnityou think Mr Rose Â¬ Miss bush has a very sensitive mouth How Rayne blushing vlnkwtlv Tid BUs should Iknow A photographer h out with Sug- Â¬ We have sent a gestions to Sitters marked copy to a mat who allows hia wife to take oal up three flights aud blacK all the childrens shoos Bur linglon Free Press A comparison The hestfeea 1b F UND -- E B WALLACE AXD AT THE ing iwafc CASH GBPOEBY OF HOUSE BUILDER COKTRAG TOR I prepared to do all kinds or BUILDING AD WORK CONTIUit JL JL JlLJlLi fe5 1 AT THK MOST T North Second Street A fHll jf Eeasonable ig Eates and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Confectioneries banned O ocds Green and- Dried PruIi and plenty of every thing in my line This house is tea and in tbe beet manner II- - - a thoroughly educated Iarrrier and builder and thoe com j a building will do well tu se jre an estimate from him Office at bis residence on II a lie Irrine Stieet JoMe22 -- 1 Something can bo done toward makinjf pigs proStable by breeding and selling them young without fattening The greatest expense of keoping hogs is avoided if they are sold young and before it becomes necessary to fatten them Excellont Bun Take one quart of flour mix with it one half teaspoonful of salt three toaspionfiils of baking powder mix thoroughly Then rub in one half cup of butter four eggs one pint of milk Pour the batter into gem pans and bake iu a quick oven Boston Bows dawn to wod aod stoaa n6GUrteUaa In Ms wtodosA Doits doira W goM ales hts fettB4ei tf V Y Tribune o sev Â¬ Â¬ i4 i Budget A Pear Btmpote Wipe but do not pool the pears steam them until they aro tender take the n from the stoamor put them in a pudding dish add enough water to almost but not quite cover them and a cupful of sugar to a quart of pears Set them in tho oven for from fifteen to twenty minuses Quinces are also nice served in this way only they should bo poeled and cut in halves Indianapolis Sentinel An English expert warns farmors against tho practice of removing straw from the land as it tonds to impoverish the soil Not only aro potash lime phosphoric aeid etc taken away but also a considerable amount o7 organic matter whereby the moisture is too much reduccl The advice applies as well to American farmers who sell straw and buy commercial fertilizers Humus must be applied to the soil Farm Field and Stockman Pretty will orna tnnts can be made by using inrge palm leaf fans as a foundation for mounting the crystal ized Southern moss which should be firmly sewn to tho fan and- allowed to fall in a careless tangle over the fan border Add if possible cotton bolls and rice tied with narrow Creole 00 ors of red and yellow In placing the fan tip the handle slightly to the right putting tho fan up with handle toward tho ceiling Those groupings will prettily fill long blank wall spaces Indianajwlis Journal Miss Louisa Alcott gives the fol- Â¬ lowing advice to girls Girls dont bo in haste to wed Build up healthy bodies by good food plenty of exercise and sleep Learn all the useful house- Â¬ hold arts before you attempt to mako a home Cultivate 3 our minds with the best books that you may be able to teach your children much that school training alone will never give you Choose your amusoments wisely for youth must have pleasure hut need not waste itself in harmful frivolity Above all select your friends with care Avoid girls who live only for fashion flirtation and enjoyment and use the privilege all women may claim to decline the acquaintance of young men whose life will not bear inspec- Â¬ tion - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111 J C - Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ HOLIDAY POULTRY The Proper Way or FeeJInc and Trepar lnr Turkey fur Mantel The most profitable kinds of poultry to raise for the holiday market are tur- Â¬ keys and geese Turkeys are much more in demand than geese as the American people invariably use turkeys for their holiday dinners The Ger- Â¬ mans uie only geese The host age to kill for the holiday trade is from eight to ten months old which is about the time the birds get their full growth At this age hen turkeys will weigh from ten to fourteen pounds goblers from eighteen to twenty five pounds each Occasionally goblers of the large Bronze variety will weigh from twenty eight to thirty five pounds and have weighed over forty pounds For the holiday trado wo commence fattening about one month before the time to kiU feeding them heavily with corn meal mixed with water or milk which is better ten days before killing Previous to that they should have whole corn We feed from open boxes or troughs allowing the birds full liberty to range which gives them a better appetite than if confined They seldom go far from their feeding placo at that timo of the year if they have plenty of feed Tho time to kill before the holidays de ponds upon how far they are from market and how long it tikes thorn to roach the consumer They should be kept from feed ten or twelve hours be-Â¬ fore killing and ought not to be killed longer than five or six days before they are used unless the weather is very cold If kept frozen they will keep well two weoks after being killed The proper way to kill turkeys is to hang thorn up with their heads down then with a sharp knife stick them through the neck close to tho head As soon as tho blood begins to run commence picking The largo feathers should all be picked by the timo the turkey is dead as they come out much more easily while bleeding When poultry are to be shipped long dis- Â¬ tances the proper way is to pack them in strong open crates Dae clean rye straw First put in a layer of straw three or four inches thick then place the birds on thoir backs as closo as possible bend down the legs olose to the body on these put another layer of straw and so on until the box is full Thu boxes should be open so as to admit the air and should not bo too large They should hold not over 250 pounds Cor Rural Neva Yorker ds We have a poor opinion of com- Â¬ petition It may bo the life of trade and all that but we notice that overy litllo country merchant announces and in no thnt ho defies competition instance has competition dared to take Texas Siflinqs up the challenge Office By Gentleman down stairs with a mannscript sir Miga Tell him to leave it zine Editor with the clerk I did sir but he wants to see vi u Dvh his clothes No sir Pants bag at fit him the knoes Admit him les sir A pair of bright oyes with a dozan glance suffices to subdue a man nud to enslave him and to inflame to make him cvon forget they dazzle him so that tho past becomes straight Â¬ way dim to him and he so prises them that he would give up all his life to possess thorn It is no wonder if lie who reads converses and meditates improves in knowledge Bv the first a man con verses with tlte dead by the second with the living aud by the third with himself so that be appropriates to hini solf all the knowledge which can be got from those who have lived and from those now alivo If you drop your collar button there is ono sure method of finding it After you have hauled the bureau across tho room to look under it then replace the furniture and put on a pair of heavy shoeS start to walk across the room and ltefore you have taken thren steps you will sep on the collar button ami snlaah it all to pieces DamvUle Breeze Have you road tho Thackeray was asked of a brave Ken letters lucky gentleman as he leaned 011 the mahogany bar and listened to the bliiegross gurgling into his tumbler No he siid I dont seem to recol- Â¬ lect of perusing of thorn Lt me see sir what rac was this yer Colonel Thackoray ntixe I up in Jndoe My gracious Well OnahaMan bo late Get your things om Wifo My dear its raining ititclifurks and We tho wind is blowing a hurricane have strong umbrellas My dress will bo ruined Wear your wnterroof And you know you have a old I can wear rubber I wouldnt miss This that opera for Oiicra is not opera night its prayer uieeting O I wonder if our preacher night think people are idiots enough to stir out of tho house stict a night as this Omaha World A yoiuig man covered with the dust of trav 1 walked into a recruiting station in Portlamif Me the other day and wanted to enlist H3 was examined a d rejeed because he weighed only one hundred and twenty-He said that he had poan is six walked from the northern part of the State that he weigh jd one hundred and thirty five pounds when lie started and that he thought bo woud fat up some if lie had a chance The re-Â¬ cruiting officer told him to callagain and in loss than a week he did and had gained so dccdedlr in flesh that he was readily accepted A fit - 1M 1 fli a T7 l J - n u Ulll P r- DEmiink Mexican Muslani I i ON A - Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash Liniment luniago BnniJi 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HDd we will tend you free so ie oigreni vaioe aim important 10 you Itml will tart you in busine which will brine m in more money right away limn Bity in the world Oram out III free iliumcl Aucjosta Haiti Add M True nov SU Iv t uj iK ill forlnblo voico it requires so muoh watchiug and training that very often you give up tho task and declare it hopoloss One of the greatest diffi- Â¬ culties is to find out how your own voico roally does sound Sometimes peoplo go through life without ever knowing that they have dreadful voices Ones friends never care to Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie The Bxitelier with tlie best Â¬ A Spiders Fatal Mistake m Â¬ I 1 A small gardener spider had spun his wob in a corner where a perpendic- Â¬ ular column and a horizontal rail met and from the ambush of a hidden crack awaited his dipterous prey A hand Â¬ some yellow wasp passing that way es Â¬ pied tho graceful trap and made for it Setting his feet lightly on two or three of the meshes he started up a great buzzing whieh shook tho wob from end to end The watchful spider ran out a little way stretched forth a dolicate foot to make sure of tho loca- Â¬ tion of the supposed fly and then rushed for it alighting on the wasp with a gleeful jump and no doubt a grin of hideous triumph But Mr Spider had reckoned without his hmr Like a flash of lightning the wasps six nimoie legs closed upon him tho graoe iul body bout nearly douLIe and onee twice thrice again and again the 3harp sting pierced the luckiess spider As his struggles grew fainter and finally ceased the wasp with a spriog disentangled himself from the silken net and bore away his spidery victim 3n triunph Albany Journal sometimes quite as effectively a3 tho touch of a soft cool hind Eihu Bur ritt onco said Watch it day by day as a pearl of great prici f r it will be worth more to you in the days to come than tho best paarl hid in the soo A kind voice is to tho heart what light is to tho oyc It is a light It at sings as woll as shinos There rortainly is muoh more atten- Â¬ tion being pail to this branch of culture than ever before How quick- Â¬ ly wo cm tell a cultivate 1 voice even at the end of a telephone wire It is soft velvety in quality and is nodu- Â¬ lated so as to umbrae a variety of lone Of course the telephone is not alwavs a test because a short woman usually has to stand on her tiptoos and scroech In order to bo heard at all But doubtloss one by simply putting hor oar to a keyhole could toll in a fw moments the social caUber and dogrou of cultivatoi or a whole com Â¬ pany of piopls withoit seeing them at all so mucli is there in a voice Gen Â¬ erally an untraino I voico goes wiih an unirainud intellct and pnssions If an in livdual has perseverance and character enough for ono she will have for the other says my lady Bit where ios the remedy if one is never to know how her own voice sounds Try first inking ynnr friends if you can phch 11 po 1 one with the cmira of his conviction 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