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T r sTr y- - - i - - N A U Sh yJfes fsgBga 4 ii i VOLUME If REASONS Ayers Sarsaparilla is preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases Why Because bo poisoaoas or deleterious ingredients ewer into the composition of Ayors Sarsaparilla Ayer Sftreaparilla contains only thejwrest and most effective remedial HAGAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1889 production of argentiferous manganese ores was 60000 tons valued chiefly A daugtitcr of the dreamy East for its silver at aboul S600000 Her cheeks hold captive sunsets flush Antimony The production all iu Her breath the odor of the rose California was 75 tout valued at 15 Her throat the warble of thethrush 500 This is au increase from 35 tons The yellow sunbeams of her clime in 18S6 valued at 7000 Come down to nestle in her hair Aluminum The production of alum- Â¬ Whose purple darkness seems to hold inum bronze containing 10 per cent of Somehow confined asheen of gold aluminum increacine to 144804 nounds That flies in mockery to the gloom 18S7 valued at 67005 Other alloys Of her swift sweeping tresses fold principally ot iron ana aluminum In the deep midnight of her ej es amounted to 40017 pounds worth There is a tender wordless prayer 17000 That seems to plead for gentleness JPlatinum Considerable search by For love her wayward life to bless dealers produced 448 ounces of crude Something her unshared heart to share platinum valued 1838 Part ot this And she is loved the Arab Sheik came British Columbia Lies captite to the the wealth of tress The lute low voice and dreamy eyes DOMESTIC HINTS Of Hagar of the wilderness His hand that hurls the light jereed SUGAR CAKES Or curbs the freest fleetest steed Three coflee cups of sugar five eggs That tracks the dceert near or far His tongue that rules the Bedouin hordes aud one cup bulter beat very light Their tameless hearts and untamed then add one nutmeg grated flour enough to roll one fourth of n cup of swords water mid two teaspoonfulsof bakiug In their wild peace and n ilder war powder His heart that beats with craven fear SWEET BISCUIT Or longings wild when she is near Two cups sugar two cups butter the Are his are hers if she will take whites of two eggs well beaten one The only offerings he can make half cup sour milk one half teaspoon Howbeit the smile forever sweet of soda and flour enough to roll No sweeter grows at his fond words sprinkle with sugar The glances that his glances meet BAKED APPLES Are colder than his Bedouin swords Peel fill the core with sugar butter While on her check the something born aud canded lemon peel Brush all Sol all contempt nor wholly scorn over with sweetened water and sprinkle That bids His burnin love lie cold with bread crumbs browned iu hot Out answers words a thousand fold Bake She turns from him her eyes grow fond butter suout COOKIES Again in look but look beyond Three cups of sugar one cup ech The suppliant Sheik whopleads in vain of butter and sweet milk three eggs Nor look nor smile is his again and two teaspoonfuls of soda Sprinkle The Arab Sheik rides brideless vet with sugar and bake in a moderately The v ildest of the tameless clan quick oven His falchion to the hilt is wet APPLE TAPIOCA rUDDINCJ With blood won in tlve battles van Soak over night one cup of tapioca A wild resolve a mad regret iu six cups of water Kext morning Desire to perish or forget add one cup of sugar one egg aud Drive on the reckless desert man beat well together Next morning add And Arabs call him el Sheitan one cup of sugar one egg and beat Dusk Hagar sits a queen of dreams well together Then pare core and Awaiting still the coming mate chop flue six or more apples aud stir Who somewhere in the fancy realm with the tapioca iu a pudding dish and Hides the call of time and fate bake slowly Her eyes still keep the tender prayer CRUMB PUDDING Her voice the coo of summer dove One quart of sweet milk one pint of And still her lute low lips are wet bread crumbs three quarters of a cup With nectar of untasted Ioe of sugar yolks of four eggs butter size ENVOY of au egg flavor with lemon bake in Fair lady you may deign to read n slow oven when done spread over a And reading you may deign to guess layer of jelly whip the whites of the Who is this captive Arab Sheik eggs to a froth ndd one cup of powder- Â¬ This Hagar of the wilderness ed sugar pour over the jelly aud bake C M Laustmann a light brown Serve cold MINERAL RESOURCES OF TlIE UNITED STATES BORAX NUMBEK 31 PROFONALJOARDS DR A atal WILKES SMITH Siixg-eoia- - Practice Limited Office 4 no P to Dentistry OFFICE Smith BuHdingMain Street hours 900 to 1200 M 100 to M june22 tf J C MORGAN D D S4 proxerties jeTOFFICE Main street over Madi Â¬ son National Bank Richmond Ky june 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ BURGEON rHVSICIAN Second street next to OFFICE june22tf Whites Drug Store AND Ayers Sanwparilla is prepared trith extreme care skill and cleanliness Ayers Sarsaparilla is prescribed by leading physicians Ayers SarsapariJIa is foe sale everywhere and recommended by all ncrt class druggists Ayers Saraaparitla is a medicine aud not a beerage in dieguM Ayers Sarsaparilla never fails to offset a cure when persistently used aucordtag to dlreetioBs G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street juneSStf DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners In Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Grocery Store june22t Ayers Sarsaparilla fa a highly con Â¬ centrated extract ami therefore the most economical Blood Medicine in the market Ayers Sarsaparilla lias had a sne cefwfol career of nearly lialt a century and was never so popular as at present TlimnaiMts of testimonials are on ft 3 frmn those benefited by the use of Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr J C DR JOHN M FOSTER rr 4 3 rnrrir Aycr Co H C5 1 v Lowell Mass i VTvih J a bottle MAIN STREET Next Door to Tjuxnns Up Stairs Residence at Cor Main and Tates Creek Avenue june 22 tf Dr7pHIL ROBERTS OftVrs lew Hartee unvD 1 Office in drug store on lower Maiu jaly27 ly Street Richmond Ky public bis professional services to the CLAUDE SMITH Desires to announce that he has DR U C AMBROSE FORD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af-Â¬ opened a new ternoon Hardware AND juue22 tf W Stove T SEXSMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional services to the public aug 17 iyr TINWAEE HOUSE AT M C Heath J F Cornelison HEATH CORNELISON Practicing Physicians No 26 N Second St Armers old stand REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 0- - RICHMOND KENTUCKY professional services to the offer their public 4janly DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues aud fluids of the human body 22junetf DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street over D M B rights Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to M 400 P Special attention given to diseases of women ana an amtctiii curumc cabes Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ dress maj-16-i- DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 61 60 Surgery RED HOUSE KY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Oilers bi professional services to the public Ofllce at Powells store 12- - AGENT TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky S E Office in Climax building Corner Main and Second Streets up June 22 tf stairs We are in receipt of n copy of the volume prepared by David T Day Chief of Division of Mining Statistics and Technology selling forth the min eral resources of the United States for the j car 1SS7 as follows MSilslBisSiHalsSlf Iron The principal statistics for lSS7vere Domestic iron oie consumed about 11300000 loug tons value at mines 33000000 This Js au increase over 18S6 of 1300000 tons in quantity and 5000000 in value Imported iron ore consumed 1104301 long ions total iron ore consumed in 1SS7 about 12494301 long tons or 14548S tons more than in ISStS Pig iron made 6- CUTTER GRINDER AND 417148 long tons value nt furnace 5121925800 This is an increase over SHELLER 18SC of 733819 tons in quantity aud Combined in One Franje The Only Combined Feed MM Made 20730040 in value Sleel of all kinds produced 3330071 long tons an in Warranted to Give Satisfaction crease of 700509 tons over I8S6 value Can use thxte different sized Grinders npoa the tune jail t any time ReaHj fire maebincs In at worRS 103811000 Total spot value one of nil iron aud steel in the first stage of Send Cor circular to manufacture excluding all duplica- Â¬ MACY FKAZER tions 171103000 an increase of 2e Williamsburg- Ind 603000 as compared with 1656 Lime- Â¬ stone used us flux in the manufacture 27 53 of pig iron in 1887 about 5377000 long ran malce Mlllng our tons value at quarry about 3226200 300 Dnx profit We beat the ALBUMS Gold and silver The total value of World for low price A IlX 1VHJSII IIIOTOGRAlH ALllUn gold produced in 1887 was 33100000 WxXtJi Embossed padded ludes gold exist ex ten a decrease of 1900000 from 1886 Sil cloo dasn holdtnc 32 tae of Cabinet and Card pictures sent for 8L00 rrtaila for L26 bound also ver increased from 51000000 in 18S6 in Japaneese Morocco lUnttratod circnlrs FUEC oc me aoore ana to 53441300 coining value in 18S7 riiuu NTlLtS OF Foraliee A JIc31ahu i Copper Total production 184670 LiDCinnmi vuio fl nhlff thir mnnM 524 pounds of which 3750000 pounds Kllinsonr BHAbS NTS rinubrd Corrugated were made from imported pyrites The total value was 21052440 at au aver- Â¬ REFLECTING SAFETY LAMP age ofll4 cents per pound The estiCan be kM In rerr fmil7 Girrs more liRht than tbre ordinary lamps t all sized Lamp sent br xpresa for mated total consumption of copper iu tbirtr cents v alM bare tbe bet the United States increased by about Kinne tAtrro Iot in tin L s Â¬ Trio Feed Mill the pr j efi 23 38 drenler to F0RSHEE4 McMAKINCinclnnatlO Send for illnstrated Attorney at Ixaw J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM aaasaiBHrfajHsi CURES WHERE RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with V F nam ou First Street June 22 It Mt8mKsmxmBGnma m M All ELSE AILS Beet Coach Bjmp Tastes good Use in tim a finld br dmmrlsts 9 SS B B H Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on First street same as formerly occupied by County Judge H H H 1 believe Pisos Core for Consumption saved my life A II Dowkll Editor Enquirer Eden- ton N C April 23 1887 1 tinier ocio jy C S Attorney atKY aw Office on Second POWELL IhsoI The best dough Medi Â¬ cine is Pisob Cure for CoKsujtmoN Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c RICHMOND Street June 22 tf Attorney atKYXeaw 1- W S MOBERLEY isarafcrafegeoraiaa mrmm niisrs WHFHF All ELSE A11E BestCotiffliBjTup Tastes pood Use inBnw noin prnrarriTT RICHMOND Office corner Main and First streets up stairs over Ramseys tanr7- - ly Is prepared with an experienced set of hands to do all kinds of house building and repairing Give him a call Contractor and Builder mar7tf JMiif lilTiWifamstSflaM scienUflc and and has the lareert ewortd SrSb ion ttZnr PP of its Wood EngraT InllTlltnstrated Best class of tor Send jpectmen wcekT i ecb1nperjblibed BUILDERS AND Edition of Scientific American w Each issue contains colored den llttSraphic plates of ronntry and cut cwpXic billtn Mffloeronsfor thCTarlpM Sd fall lilans and speolBcaMons BU1LBERQ COETTRAGTORS The undersigned would respectfully an nounce to those contemplating building lat they are prepared to contract for Â¬ a cts a copy ML uiVf o IBsHas5af BATiNTSIli voaitace strictly coofldenUal BiaoiNGs or Every Description Sausfacton guaranteed i Estimates made free of charge Plans furnished on application on short notice COLEY LONG PMilf Contractors and Builders TRADE MARKS KSaSaWPeoUon Bead for Handbook COPTKIOHT8 for books charts mp Address otcL quickly procured CO Patent Solicitors SirSN K T urxaSAX urnee Kl BaoAnwir Byron was nearly eighty destitution earth j ears of age He had applied at a CONCERNING FARMERSWere there nothing else to interest a farm house in the evening before his Bev Dorsey of Bourbon county sold us in the latest translation of the Kaledexlll for the privilege of stayiug all vala such a charge would be sufficient night but being refused started on ills two yearling bronze turkeys which But in point of fact the poem Is full of weighed 36 aud 33 pounds net He way He lost his badly fitting shoes beautiful imagery and it breathes a hi the mud and was barefooted qnd received ten dollars for them EGOS spirit as racy and as unique as anything R P Pepper of Frankfort purchas in literature Current Literature Says a correspondent got eggs very thinly clad I ed of Lelnnd Stanford the bay horse New York every day last winter nud expect to wealthy old Isaiah Williamson the dam Norma this winter My houses are not arli bachelor of Philadelphia who has just Nerval by Electioneer by Alexanders Norman for 15000 iieiully heated nor are they so warm given 5000000 for the establishment The Art Amateur as to keep water from freezing in them of a free school of mechanical trades in Norval is the sire of Nurlaiue 2311 For January contains two attractive but tliey are tight enough to turn all that city is eighty five years of age the fastest yearling record colored studies one of Daflodils in drafts and the windows are supplied and weighs 130 pounds He has rather Mr J O Gay of Boston Mass lias oils and the other a portrait of a wiln tight shutters The floor is of small features and a very pleasant ex- Â¬ rented the Bourbon Fair Grounds for charming young woman cleverly ex- Â¬ dry dirt covered about a foot deep pression Mr Williamson was born in three years at 000 per annum Mr ecuted in water colors The designs in willi clean dry straw This should be Bucks county Penn of Quaker par- Â¬ Guy is n celebrated handler of trotting black aud white include a very striking forked over every two or three days ents His lather was a farmer and stock and will probably induce eastern double page birds magpies aud fly and changed for fresh as often as neces poor and from him the sou learned the stock lo make us n visit Bourbon catchers a lamp vase decoration e sary In the morning 1 give warm lesson of thrift aud economy While News pulpit decorations for a plate feed consisting of bran middlings a lie spends very little money upon him a fish plate and a Royal orchids A move will be made the coming Worcester vase a design for au emvery small portion of corn meal and self Mr Williamson is very liberal in the refine scraps from the table stirred his beuefactions Although he wears a yearto open a 20000 stallion race or broidered chair buck and ono for a up in hot milk I feed daily what they shabby coat mid carries an old um- free for all Thousands of men would pede clotb a pag of Gothic bands for will eat up clean then about ten brella he siivcs away 5000000 which travel miles to see Patron Stamboul wood carving and two cirved mirror oclock two or three good tiaudfuls of he promises to supplement with as Woodnut Guy Wilkes Auteveio Nel named The frontispiece is an Inter Â¬ son Jerome Turner Bonny McGregor esting sludyorWiuteriu the Woods wheat oats or barley are thrown into much more If it is needed aud others start in a race to decide tiie The specially practical article tills keeps them busy the straw are a Wednesday night championship of the world Farmers those on flower painting tapestry At Reading scratching for the rest of the day A a hurricane swept over a portion of Ihe Home Journal hen must be given plenty of exercise painting and water color painting she is sure to become too fat to lay If city destroying property of every de- Â¬ At Schuyler Neb the bam of John and a very useful Letter to a young A six story silk mill was she has nothing to do but stand arouud scription lady who asks If she can learn Cbiua blown to the ground burying in the Craig burned aud 43 horses 7 Ken- Painting and eat The department of ama- Â¬ 70 cattle 20 tucky thoroughbreds ruins nearly two hundred operatives DUCKS teur photography Is of extraordinary bogs farm machinery aud grain con The excellent series on The wonderful stories told of Ihe egg Probably half of these escaped alive sumed At Mt Vernon Ohio stables interest but the remainder It is feared will be Home Decoration and Furniture is production of Pekiu ducks threaten of P Fendrick burned with 6 horses rail- Â¬ 14 percent and there are numerous dire destruction to the liens One taken out of the debris dead A loss 2000 At Akron Ohio stables or resumed Lead The protection of lead was writer reports 201 eggs from his best road paint sbop was blown down by Jack Wilson burned witli 2 horses other articles and illustrations relating 100700 short tons valued at 14463000 Pekin ducks and that the average of the storm fire breaking out in the loss 12600 insured for 12000 to similar topics including needlework both church and --secular Important at 00 per short ton The heavy in his flock will not fail below 150 This ruins and half a dozen men were burn- Â¬ Horses should not be put to work current events specially noticed are crease of desilverized lead from 114 beats the record and if taken with a ed to death At Pittsburg the cyclone 829 short Ions in 1SS6 to 135552 in good grain of allowance yet leaves a wrecked the walls of a new seven story imediately after a full meal and where the opening of the Metropolitan Mu the debris fulling on and ahorse bus done a heavy days work seum of Art and the Academy and 1687 was probably due to the importa Â¬ margin sufficient for nny breeder to building tion of Mexican lead silver ores The rest strong hopes of success iu the duck crushing several smaller houses In the it should be allowed to stand in the Architectural League Exhibitions Here probably twelve stable until it is cool and comfortable Price 35 cents Montague Marks Pub largest product of non argentiferous business There is no doubt of their neighborhood lead 25148 short tous J is due chiefly to being good layers There is no ques lives were lost Reports from smaller before being fed a little hay may be lisher 23 Union Square New York the development ot the Saint Joe dis- lion about the possibility of growing owns in Pennsylvania indicate that put into tbe rack which will occupy its Louisville Ky January 1 1SS9 trict in Missouri The production of them to dress four pounds or more at the storm was extensive in territory attention aud besides requiring proper and disastrous in effect mastication will further have the effect We give below the sales of each ware white lead nud the several oxides ten weeks old or seven pounds at five to slightly stimulate the stomach to house for the year 1SSS Louisville from pig lead increased to a total of mouths These statements are entirely The seal of the Lost Cause has secretion and prepare it for the recep House 17686 hbds Ninth StreetHonse reasonable aud It Is because ot their just been presented by Col W T about 75000 short tons 13037 hbds Farmers House 16503 Zinc The producers returns show being so that he business has been Earles of Washington to the State of tion of the feed which is to follow hbds Falls City House 7764 hhds an Increase from 42641 short ton In urged upon the attention of breeders South Carolina It was made in EngThe sale of Mrs Betsy Pace was well Pickett House 6003 hbds Central 1886 to 50340 In 1837X Tlio price In- Â¬ Green ducks play an importnut part In land aud reached Richmond just be attended Everything well sold Crescent House creased to 4 cetits per pound making the market They go to cover the long fore Ihe close of the war and was over- Â¬ Horses brought from 68 to 93 milch House 5103 hhds Green River House 3877 total value In 1887 4782300 Tbe list of wild ducks ordered by the epi looked during the evacuation but was cows from 27 to 35 calves 12 per 365 hhds the Planters House 6103 hbds production of zinc oxide was practi- cure at Ihe fashionable table They subsequently found turned over to Col head 800 lb fat heifers 2 cts corn hhds cally steady at 18000 short Ions valued supply a long felt want and more than John T Pickett of Washington who from 2 to 2 10 per bbl in the crib Enterprise House 3320 hhds Sawyer Co 4o36 hhds GIvens this their adaptability to the situation sent it to England where he had sev Jones Gay bought of R P Scobee Wallace at SI 440000 ley Co 4136 hhds Kentucky Quicksilver Production and value seems unlimited so that they bid fair eral copies rmde and several years 175 acres of hemp estimated at 200000 Head Tennessee Co 229 hbds Globe increased from 29 981 flasks valued nt to sweep the wild game from the mar Â¬ later presented Col Etrle with the lbs at 4 60 per hundred with 250 off 1060000 to 33825 flasks valued at ket The demand for them is growing original seal Tbe seal is of polished M Nichols of Lexington bought in House 78 hhds Total 90069 hhds Except 65 flasks from rapidly and there Is needed ouly this ed bronze three inches in diameter this section this week 27 cotton mules Our business Is conducted on a strictly 1429000 basis and we will be glad Oregon the total supply came from that we get in line to produce a good Oue side is anequestriau statue la the 14 to 15 hands high at an average commission Yours truly to have your patronage California The price In 1887 varied article and it sells at once ou Its merit State House grounds at Richmond price of 103 each Winchester Demo Glover Durett 48 per flask In San Fran Â¬ If the ducks produce but ten dozen The ouly inscription upon the seal is 3660 to crat eggs yearly they are profitable as lay- Â¬ the following cisco The Confederate son of J R An eighteen-year-ol- d JV7cAV The supply includes 1S3125 ers while in converting the eggs into States of America 22nd February What Peculiar Means Bascom of Bath county died of heart pounds of melalic nickel valued at four and four and one half pounds of 1862 DeoVendice It will be kept Applied to Hoods Sarsaparilla Ihe d iseose pounds cf melalic l able food in fourteen weeks from the In u handsome glass case in the ofllce 10840 117 200 word Peculiar is of great importance iilckleorntzined in matte aud 11595 day it Is laid the measure of profit is of Secretary of State News The wisest Gift It means that Hoods Sarsaparilla is very largely increased The duck bus Â¬ pounds contained in niokle ammonium I bought my wife a velvet sack The following dispatch from St Paul different from oilier preparations in iness pays Qloba Milpliae Total vnlue 133200 Thus proudly boasted Mr Brown Minn Monday tell J of tbe good luck many vital points which make It a Cobalt oxide The product includes Owings of this city thoroughly honest and reliable medi- Â¬ Shell be with that upon her back While Mr Jones A French of Bock of Ned and Tom 5703 pounds of cobalt oxhle for potters The best dressed dame in town Four decisions were render- Â¬ cine It is Peculiar In a strictly med Â¬ Dut velvet sack or diamond ring use and 12671 pounds of oxide In castle cotiuty was out hunting one day It says ical sense first in the combination of Total during the week he had his dog to ed by the District Court to day which niaMe fxporied into Europe Can bring no balm to suffering wife agents used second In the hole a coon iu a rock pile of ancient Involves a large amount of property remedial value 18774 Prescription is the thing by differ- Â¬ proportion in which they are prepared Favorite Chromium Shipments from Cali Â¬ structure and while exploring the ou College Avenue claimed To save her precious life In the process by which the ac The plaintiffs in the case third fornia increasd to 3000 long ions on vault of this rocky mound in search of ent partietive curative properties of the medicine I Tiie great and sovereign remedy on account of better freight facilities his ooou he uuearthed an old vessel are Edward Owings and Thomas T Ktudy fhese points well known the world over for all female The In the shape of an undent crucible Owing sons of Thomas W Owings are secured volumes They make troubles infiamntion cruel baokaohes by rail lo I lie Eastern States They mean total value in Saa Francisco was which would hold about four or who died intestate In August iS62 lit Hooods Sarsaparilla Peculiar iu its and Infernal displacements Is Dr The plaintiffs ojalui that five gallons and had the appearance Kentucky 40000 curative powers as it accomplishes Piersea Favorite Prescription It Is their father upon his death was the Manganesf The total production of of having been burled for centuries wonderful cures hitherto unknown tbe only guaranteed cure See guarÂ¬ manganese ere In the year ending De Â¬ hence a fctrong talk of Swifts mine has owner of this propeity aud that the every bottle wrapper upon illegal and which givf lo Hoods 8arsaparllla antee ou cembers 1887 was 84624 long tous been revived In that neighboorhowl defendants had entered right to the title of The Great Â¬ Pierces Pellets gentle laxative Judge Brill a clear valued nt 388 844 The production ot The coon was caught however but possession ot the same or actively cathartic according to dose orders judgment for the plaintiff-- est Blood Purifier ever Discovered ore was 211751 nothing else of value wfcs discovered rnangBniferoua iron SO 31 25 cents College Avenue is one of the most Hems valued at about jwowu uno Mountain Echo Â¬ jack-in-thÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Borax is exceedingly useful iu the domestic economy and should always be at hand Its medicinal properties ire cleausing aud healing It is highly recommended for catarrhal troubles and as a wash for weak eyes especially or inflamed lids For public speak- Â¬ ers and singers it is invaluable for keeping the voice clear a piece the size of a pea dissolved in the mouth is all Unit is necessary It allays the in flamation of sore throat nud mixed with honey is very healing to canker thrush aud sore mouths of nny kind Â¬ A Great Literary Discovery prominent residence streets in the city and Ihe value of the property will is now nearly fifty years since Ihe It Joseph Mitchell President of North- reach far into the millions although European scholars made the most re- Â¬ Paris markable literary discovery of the cenern Bank of this city had an eye the exact amount is unknown WW B tury the existence of the KaleVnla or taken out at Louisville on account of Kentuckiau cancer Paris Keutuckian The Louisville and Nashville has Finnish epic poem The epic hap about closed a contract- - which will be never been committed to writing by Gov Fleming or Florida was inaugurated Tuesday A notable feature one of the largest of its kind ever made the people or Finland but had floated of the ceremonies was n column of In the South A wealthy contracting from generation to generation down syndicate of Philadelphia has asked the ages by repetition from one to the Union and Confederate veterans AT McKEES OLD STAND company for a special rate on one other While there were men among Benjamin F Hopkins the notorious the million bushels of coal to be transport- the Fin us who made It almost their cashier of the lute Fidelity National ed from Birmingham Ala to Pensa business in life to preserve and perpet- Cor Richmond Ky and Main Streets Bank of Cincinnati died at his home cola Flu aud the figure given is an- Â¬ uate the Kalevalu the poem was the Monday three days after his release nounced as satisfactory to the syndi- com mou property of the people aud by pardon from the penitentiary cate The Piiildelphia gentlemen have was recited by them over their fires In the United States Court at Louis- made a contract to furnMi the SpauNli duriug the long winter months These ville Ky Judge Jackson decided that Government with oue million bushels recitations were antipbonal in characthe Inter State Commission can ouly of coal delivered at the seaport towns ter alternate lines being given by each arbitrate differences and has no right of Cuba and their ageut decided to se- to the music of mde native harp This wonderful poem the creation of or authority to enforce its decisions cure the coal from Birmingham and tbe work of transporting it is to be an unknown author if indeed it be The Senate has passed n bill provid1 It is the in- Â¬ the work of oue and not of many ing that the omission of the postage begun about Febuary tention of the syndicate to run a line of minds has sung itself for centuries ou a special delivery letter shall not iuto if not out of the heart of a whole prevent its transmission but that the steamers from Peusacola to Cuba or nation The Uucouscious is alone the get Spauisb vessels Into the Southern postage shall he collected on its deliv- Â¬ GOODS TRUNKS VALISES seaport towns and transport the coal Complete aud it seems lo have been GEHTS ery directly into the Spanish dependency poured out instinctively as tbe song of Dr Hugh Smith of Fort Worth Thecontrct isn big thing for the Louis- a bird from the promptings of an in- Â¬ Texas is visiting his old partner Dr ville and Nashville and will be a ward impulse The vigor of its lines J W Johnson Dr Smith was a sur- Â¬ means of leaving a good sum at Birm- aud their native simplicity continually geon in the Confederate army and am- Â¬ ingham Ala remind the reader of Homer putated Roger Hansons leg Win- Â¬ The publication of Hiawatha by A Jackson Miss special of tbe 8th Longfellow at once raised the question chester Democrat says The second annual session of Arrangements have about been com- Â¬ the Mississippi Bar Association met as to whether he had taken it from the Kalevala As may be seen by any oue pleted betweeu the Winchester Nation- yesterday Prominent lawyers from who will compare the two the resemc al Bank and Hickman Lodge I O O all over the State were prcent United blances are more than striking Had F for tiie building of an elegant three Slates Judge R A Hill presided last Mr Longfellow invented this vere it story building on the Ie of the old night nt Representatives Hall Hon would stand as the most brilliant one Winchester Democrat J Randolph Tucker of Virgiuia ad- Â¬ achievement of his life and give him a Pennsylvania is the home of a gang dressed the association in a happy fair claim to be called poet iu the em Â¬ of thieves located at Altoona com- forcible logical manner Hi3 subject phatic sense of tbe word And posed mainly of about seventy five was State Rights aud Federal Taxa- although his name could never have boys who have stolen piece by piece tion claiming that every State has been associated with it adject ively as about thirty six locomotives belonging exclusive power to coutrol its own af-Â¬ that of Spenser with his measure pos fairs that home rule is the ouly safety terity would not have been unmindful to the Pennsylvania railroad nud alien rule the parent of tyranny of his fume But the resemblancedoes Twenty thousand dollars was the The present tariff enriched the few not lie in the metre only The general price paid by the Trustees of the Coy favored children of the North but rob plan and structure of the poems are the ingtnn Reservoir to the Maysvilie and bed the less favored many all over the same Mr Schoolcrafts Algic ReBig Sandy Railroad for the privilege of land that the Fourteenth Amend- searches pro- Â¬ and History of the Indian laying the water supply main from the ment put premiums on ignorance Tribes which furnish the chief staple new reservoir in Campbell county that the people w ill hold their Repre- of the Song ot Hiawatha contains across the companys bridge over Lick Â¬ sentatives in Congress responsible nothing but loose disjointed independing river should direct taxatiou be thrust upou entfragmentary legeuds There them that reconstruction days when Is no relation between them no such A case of school discipline of more military power overrode civil authoriprism than ordinary interest has recently ty were over that any system by thing as a connected tale of Hiawatha and his exploits taken down from the been decided by the Court of Appeals whatever name called looking to less- Â¬ moutb of Indian bard or musician in of Missouri A young lady in attend- Â¬ representation other words no nucleus of au ening of Southern epic ance upon the State Normal School should be frowned down as something All this is the work of the poet who went to a party without the cnuseut of terrible that men of tbe South take the faculty and was expelled for in- high rank iu legal learning and in the has evidently chosen Kalevala as his subordination The matter was taken halls of Congress and that the mighty model The runes are alike the pre IVIAIlVr ludes are alike Both heroes are my into the courts and as a resnlt the South has a pen mightier than the thological personages After number- Â¬ faculty has been ordered to restore the sword witli truth for the jewel which less magical adventures Wainamoiuen refractory pupil to all the lights aud would procure equal rights to all men takes his departure at the birth of tbe privileges of the institution that the Union may never be dissolved Christ Child Hiawatha after leading An Owingsville special of the Stli but it may yet rot down by corruption a life similar in every respect retires says The man found dead In the The speech was well received by a at the approach of the Jesuit missiontills sympathetic audience After the ad Â¬ ary Both departed in like manner road a abort distance from place on Sunday afternoon proved to dress a sumptuous feast was partaken Sailed away far over the blue waves be Nat Byron whose home was some- Â¬ of and toasts drunk at the Edwards and disappeared from the eyes of the where in Nicholas couuty A coroners House given by tbe Bur Association spectators into the horizon their boats jury found that death was caused by to the distinguished Virginian hanging midway between haven and NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ Â¬ Ui Â¬ Tine Clothier First Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING FUrUtiG Â¬ 42 Â¬ tf Â¬ Umbrellas Walking Canes Â¬ Â¬ A superb line of Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Cravats Â¬ Â¬ Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times be al lia Â¬ W B WHITE jer-- tag tee all Â¬ D Â¬ Â¬ P STREET JEWELER ARMBR j tho tat fcr 5X - at - Cen- N ttie- sarel eJs wi Â¬ ndy JJr3 llS- - of all s and a you our as kks of eary Son- 111 use a ey can A Q7yfij9 fc 1 lB mh If BE English t nead ey are do net Grocer 4417 foe the reeenp- - jtfjJgpL - i xq jftyj Jf- k M0 frsT laeerv xa ftnoffl jDflm county QUEEN AND CHESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Boads QUICKEST MOST DIRBCT AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the PricmalPoinis Soi Eas t ai Sowit SSDEST FLORIDA IN THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PAOIFIC COAST the Important titles o the Sonili without change RUNNING THUOUGH CABS fkTil T Inn TWENTY EIGHT HOURS Xllllti Morninff and Xiglit Trains aDaJ5reriSryBjrS TO JACKSONVILLE Travelem have a ohotce of two Itltfs of SI QUEEN AND CRESCENT HOUTK Maaa dolr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper Slate Ream PaUar pn1l oPBCiai Travel Unij fa3 2 XTrvlirt ri OUCC Cr on Hoa- - tne eete- - o ttckais via this Ha la Central with speed therefore saved tranxfer across the City and are assured a Joentay comlort and convenience the Pldoremiuo Line of t via- Soulhera State General Offlees St Paal BslktlBg West Fourth St CteeiAMtl Ohio D G HOWARDS JOHNO GAULT General Manager Aeit5 Uwieial Famenger Agent RXHYAST KCAKROLK General Superintendent Oeaiial Freight AgeJ UCINLAN General Advertising Agent Nearly All the Leading Railroads passenger bowing Cincinnati Grand Union Depot Queen and Crescent ArSaSr S ara t JB Ann s G Do Mi jjsaert ic fame FranJi im Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths ir e ei 3 WI1 SoB rcz THrt Tas C A 4 t- Cfut J i 5 ir LU3r SI iteterea v - HoHgli and Dressed Lumber 2nd Presbyterian Church Eichmond Ky mays tf lawu-nat t - Lime Cement Hair Main Street below Ir YMSTRATTQN igsnLOUISYI UE Business G9UBE ICY XF J THE CLIMAX Ciifx Painting t i t i RP ourred the displeasure of the Gov- Â¬ ernment that the Register would certainly not allow a devasPUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY tating war to occur in its office and further that this Citizon of should Co Estill ado This go home without was their decision more and not his FRENCH TIPTON Now to ease the matter down Editors Wm G WHITE J from the dizzy heights it had 150 reaohed in the two newspapers PRICE PER YEAR One of the tribunal came to us and tliis was the first and only WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 18S9 knowledge we had received and in an undertone and requesting Search continues at Pittsburg secrecy stated that this fellow and Reading for bodies lost in the from Irvine had come down here spoiling for a fight but that his great storm of last Wednesday brother and two others had folThe suspension bridge at Niaga- lowed him and having summoned ra Falls went down in the gale on the other three they had come to last Thursday The loss is 75 the above decision and asked 000 that we say something in the next Climax complimentary to Mrs Whitling has been sen Judge Lilly although we differ as tenced to death in Pennsylvania to the use of soldiers We replied and March 27th has been fixed as that we could say more for Judge the day of her execution Lily than he or his friends Judge Charles L Ljtle a prom would say for himself Tnat we would say that a inent lawyer at Carlisle is a can Judge capable he was to good and able didate for ihe Legislature Except court without soldiers while hold the Hon Green R Keller who cant Judge himself doubted the last well be improved upon Judge Ve have part Lytic would make the best repre- never of our estimate doubted Judge Lilys sentative the district can produce abilit3T or good institutions and A committee representing the have nothing personally or otherG A R is in Washington endeav- Â¬ wise against him We replied oring to have Congress enact a law further that we had said all about to require the takers of the Gov the Citizen of Estill we had to ernment census oflSSO to ascer- say Thus the matter was dropped tain the number of survivors of the Rebellion Let the informa and the gentleman who called upon us was amazed more than tion be had Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS CONCERNING FARMERS- Â¬ RELIGIOUS f N f Robert Bonner has sold Miss Majoli Mrs Priscllla Johnson died in Boyle Rev L H Blanton will preaoii at by Startle for 15000 ca county last week Ford Saturday night and Sunday tY W H Sweeny bought from dlflcrent morning Jacob Burrler aged 81 years died In parties 200 barrelsbf corn to be deliver- Â¬ Jessamine county Andrew Ferguson a colored man ed at 175 per bbi Lancaster News Mrs Pattie Purrish died at George Â¬ has given 10000 to the colored Presby Â¬ Several prominent fanners of Mason terians ot Louisville town on Wednesday county will losejn the aggregate about Mrs Mary Oats aged 02 years died Rev Richard Totton rector or a twelve thousand bushels of wheat by In Lexington on Wednesday the failure of the Keefer Milling Com Â¬ church in Arkansas died ou the 9th Inst aud his remains were brought to John Hewes aged 70 years fell dead pany of Covington Lexington Ky his former home for on his farm in Lincoln county R P interment The Winchester Sun says Dr J L Price of Lexington fromer Scobee sold to Beard Co 19 head of ly of Mercer county died last week The Christian church congregation mules for 1950 cash He also sold to Mrs Susie N Terbuue wife of C P John H Oden two large black mare of Paris presen led EldZaoh Sweeney a purse of 230 and a railroad ticket Terhuue died In Danville on Wednes Â¬ mules for 3300 cash home in appreciation of his service day Mamiltou the colored jockey has Â¬ during his recent revival there Â¬ signed with Matt Allen to ride for the Richard Gay killed himself by acci- Â¬ Rev W Y Bheppardof Harrodsburg dent while handling a pistol in Chris Â¬ Hearst Stable In 1SS9 He guarantees to ride at not more than IOC pounds Episcopal church proposes to institute tian county and will recieve 9000 for the season a new era of religious exercises It is Wesley West a coal merchant of Logan Raily Esq has sold to his bis purpose to have fifteen fninute ex Lancaster lias brought suit against the Â¬ son Russell Raileyfor18000 his farm ercises at bis church every morning Kentucky Central Railroad Company year Everybody is iuvitcd to for 2000 on account of the exorbitant on the Shryocks Ferry turnpike four of the miles from Versailles containing be- Â¬ attend freight charges tween 225 and 250 acres Versailles The Rev Dr Alexander T McGill A mastodon tooth weighing twelve Sun aged eighty two Emeritus Professor of Â¬ pounds was unearthed in a gravel pit Jas Cray of Millersburg while try- Â¬ Ecclesiastics and Pastoral Theology for near Dover on the Maysville aud Rig Â¬ ing to drive his fine brood mare Seliue the Princeton Theological Seminary Sandy Railroad It was twelve feet into the stable struck her in the head died Tuesday at his home in Princeton below the surface with a small walking cane widcli Dr McGill was one or the most distin Â¬ The famous Horse shoe fall at Ni threw her into lockjaw causing death guished men iu the Presbyterian Â¬ agara is a horse shoe no longer The She was valued at 1000 church falling of several large masses of rock The famous stock farm Lone Elm during the last few days has changed The financial n flairs of Plymouth Â¬ the shape of the falls from a curve to on the Harrodsburg pike near Lexing- Â¬ church Brooklyn are said to be in a ton containing 130 acres was sold last critical condition an angle The receipts for tho week by Claude G Higgins to Andrew past year were suuou while tne exHarry D Schall assistant cashier in J Leonard Co Chicago for 23400 penses exceeded that sum about 2000 the paymasters office of the Chicago equivalent to 189 per acre Â¬ At one period In the hisiory of Ply- Â¬ and Northwestern railway at Chicago Mr A J Alexander of Woodburn mouth during the life of Henry Ward is missing with 60000 of the com Â¬ the panys money and 2500 belonging to Farm has purchased from R B Conk Beecherpews receipts from the annual alone amounted lo 08000 litis estate the well known trotting sale of we when he saw in Fridays Reg- Â¬ a buildiug and loan association stallion King Wilkes 222k sire of We regret to announce that the de Â¬ The Democrats of Louisville cel ister the idiotic paragraph that There are manufactured in Louis- Oliver K 216 Price 15000 which lightful letters that our esteemed ebrated the 74th anniversary of calls forth this rather long article ville three times as many ax handles includes his services for last season friend John H Woodcock has been as in any other cily in the United which he made at Woodburn the Battle of New Orleans or St sending us will cease for a season He SHALL UTAH BECOME A STATE States Although this seems to be a Jacksons Da with a tremendous are often has decided to accept Bro Barnes earn The following fast trotters business of small dimensions yet one gathering at Liederkranz Hall earnest invition to join him at Naples A Washington special has this to firm in Louisville gives on the boulvevards of New by Gov say concerning Utah Mr C W West several hundred men employment to seen Maud S 2 08J Edward York Fla and will go thither in a lew days Speeches were made City 219 Bucknor Maj McDonald Mr who was appointed Governor of Utah Q-- 217 Dick Com Â¬ A glance at Bro Barnes letter shows Messrs Foley Haas of Danville pany Swiveller 218 J Watterson Judge Rhea Mr Head by President Cleveland arrived in 219 Sir Walter Jr 218J Pick what delights arc in store for him ly and others So heres hoping him bon voyage and Washington Sunday night He in are about to erect a grain elevator with ard218 J B Thomas 218 Keni seventy-fm Stanford Journal tends to appear befere the House Com- Â¬ a capacity of between sixty and - a happy sojourn worlh218 Keene Jim 219 and Femthousaud bushels A ware- Â¬ Congressman MCreary wants mittee on Territories on Wednesday to ive rae Sole 220 The following has been or will be the Democrats to agree on some oppose the admission of Utah as a house for seed aud argicultural imple Â¬ ments will also be erected adjoining black gelding Spoflord2lSl and issued to all members of the Episcopal The measure so as to prevent dead btate mis t enument he says was 716 Third locks in Congress It tleir should shared by nearly every uon Mormou Beth will be completed as soon as poss- Â¬ the bay geldiug Governor Hill 21S church in Kentucky Street Louisville Ky January 10 ible are now on their way to Buenos Ayres be a dead lock in the coming or gentile in the Territory Governor 18S0 My Dear Friend On the 27th Senatorial fight in Kentucky the West places Ids objection on the broad While Kansas is plastered all over South America having been purchas- Â¬ day of this mouth I will have been way Jim MCreary will break it ground that the Mormons are unfitted with mortgages Kentucky is marching ed for 2000 by a wealthy gentleman Bishop or the diocese or Kentucky 14 will curl the hair of other candi- to exercise the rights of American cit- Â¬ gaily forward and is making n splendid who wishes a fast road team The years I believe that we have good izenship showing in the way of industrial enter- Â¬ pair was driven double for a week or ground to thank God for progress made dates Lexington Presp Of the 220000 people within the prises There is no longer a need for more before the sale was effected during that period and to take courage DO YOU WAXT AX OFFICE limits of the Territory he continued young Kentuckiaus witli energy and At H W Dunns sale on January 8 for the future of our beloved church iu four fifths are Mormons They are pluck to go from home with a view of 18S8 horses brought from 6 0 to150 the diocet e But I have been more and A Treasurer is the only State ruled principally by a one man power impoving their fortunes Georgetown 1 mule colt 50 1 aged mule 75 Jen- more convinced every year that the officer to be elected this year As They do as they are bidden They Times nets from 35 to 65 1 two year old support of tlte Episcopate isja grievous the salary is not a large one and obey the demands of the church with Â¬ Surveyor Bedford of this precinct jack 170 milch cows from 25 to 35 burden to the parishes and a hindrance the bond very heavy there is no out a murmer They pay one tenth of has a single barrel shot gun which has stock cattle sold well stock hogs 41 to the increase of our missionary work wild rush as yet for the place But their earnings from whatever source a barrel AX feet long aud a flint lock cents 14 Cotswold ewes 025 per head Therefore I am sincerely desirous of they may come to the church Their It is an heirloom aud is over 100 years 250 barrels corn for 170 per barrel iu doing something before I die for the the office will not go a begging First President who is Seer Prophet old Mr Bedford says that a better the crib Lancaster News Georgetown Times endowment of this office Let me be The startling proof that this is and Itevelator is supposed to receive shooting gun never was made and quick to add that this desire cun have For the fourth time imp Glenelg no refereuce to my own comfort lie an office that is loaded recently the instructions from Heaven and his wouldnt have the flint lock changed furnished is what probably deters utterances are accepted as the word of to a percussion lock for a ten dollar stands at the head of the list or wining cause my salary has been paid me reg- Â¬ To give these people the sover- note Paris News sires with a credit of 131112 won by ularly and in advance over since cam even the most obdurate place God rights eign bis get during 1 888 Since the get of to he diocese I believe that securing it is proposed to bestow hunters from applying Courier upon them would be to place every Mrs Margaret Randolph Sprague Glenelg first came out in 1870 they an even partial endowment will ma Journal non Mormon in Utah completely at accompanied by her uucle Caleb C have won 1009 races and 84039542 terially increase tne ouerings for mis- Â¬ Some Madison county man will their mercy Sprague aud son Earnest reached Los Angeles was the largest winner sionary work I believe that a united lead- Â¬ want it Give us the road Under a territorial form of Govern Â¬ Danville from Guelph Ontario Cana Â¬ Inst year winning 13 races and 30075 eflort to this end will be itself a moans ing from this direction ment we are protected by Congress da on Tuesday night last aud will be Firenzi was second with 13 races aud of unifying and strengthening the dio- Â¬ and the Executive Confer the right the guests of Rev J C Randolph tor 35056 cese Therefore I am sending this BREATHITT CIRCUIT COURT of Statehood upon Utah and the Mor-Â¬ the present They report the winter In California turkeys are raised in letter by my own ham to every com as mild comparatively as in Ken mons would frame constitution and mutilcantand well wisher of thecliurch Judge Lillv went to Jackson laws 65 unjust aud aarbitrary in flocks numbering several thousand tudky Danville Advocate in in Breathitt county and held his character that an outsider could their They are placed In charge of a herder iu the diccese to ask that every oue not regular term of Circuit Court not Â¬ live among them Hence say all the The Chicago grand jury is somen hat who drives them as he would a flock of will send me on or before the 27th iust I disrespectful to boodlers It actually sheep They rauge over miles of ter- a contribution to this fund God bless withstanding he wrote Gov Buck- non Mormons in the Territory with- suggests that its name be cut out of the ritory in a nay and live almost entire- Â¬ us every one in the year just begin nor that he would not do so We out regard to parties oppose the prop-Â¬ corner sloues of Chicago public build- Â¬ God teach us those things we ly by foraging When the grain is cut ning are informed that he went before osition of Statehood ings If this prejudice against boodlers turkeys are turned ought to do for His honor and glory le received the Governors reply What do you propose as a substi- Â¬ is allowed to grow what is to become and harvested the into the immense wheat and barley and give us grace and strength to do hence he could not invite Judge tute Gov West was asked of our American elections especially fields aud the birds do the gleaning them Your Fricud and Bishop Littlewhich he gladty would have I favor leaviug it a Territory but those elections in which we have to T U Dudley done There was no disturbance so amending the law as to greatly choose a President Courier Journal and become fat and ready for market at a very little costi whatever the proceedings being abridge the power of the church A A J Uxier of Pikeville Federal The United States Circuit Court sen as quiet as in Madison or Fayette Territorial Commission acting in con- Â¬ Twenty nine 280 trotters have been Marshal under President Arthur says This is what we have all along junction with a Governor which tenced the following moonsliiueis who breed nt Stony Ford as follows that the killing ot Wallace as reported convicted Elijah Blantun contended could be done aud we would control all appointments would had been Redman trom William John Bengee Isaac Alma 22SJ Antonio 228 Artillery county Charleston W Va and Pike are satisfied Judge Lilly can make answer our purpose exactly By this Clemmous Tyler Bryaut Elijah 221 Bergeu227 Cheery Champlin would put au end to the his entire circuit without molesta means we could break down the power Breeding Charles Collins James Am 221 J Company 219 Compeer 225 fued because most of the tion to himself or his court If of the church and Utah would enter bergy aud George Perkins These re- Dame Trot 222 Elaine 220 Foxie interested parties are now dead The the courts are thus quietly held upon an era of prosperity such as no ceived from thirty to sixty days aud 228J Fred Folger 220 Gazelle 221 prevailing sentiment both in Logan soldiers are useless as they can other Territory has ever Known When a fine of 100 ach Wilburu Little Guy 212 Hogarth 226 Jerome 227 county W Va aud Pike county Ky KIsber 227 Lady Hill 222 Maclure he said is the punishment of the Hat not remain to guard jurors and I speak of breaking down the power of was acquitted the church I must not be understood 230 Mansfield 226 Marguerite 229 fields now in jail at Pikeville and the witnesses after court adjourns as opposing their religion perse it is Prof G D Hunt Principal of Lex- Â¬ Mattie 222J Miss Leland 225 Mod Â¬ maintenance of order Good citizens the church we are fighting The ington City Sehool No 1 died or pneu esty 2 26J Pickering 230 Pickwick there anticipate an era or prosperity THE MAX FROM BITTER CREEK church is a huge political machine monia at Greenville Tenn at 10 2291 Prospero 220 Stevi 229- - Storm with the development of mines and -- Citizen which is virtually controlled by one oclock Sunday morning He served 2261TroubIesome 225j Stock Farm lumber interests of The statement of Estill in last Fridays Register man or at least one man with whom through the war in the Confederate Office of A m an who has known that He came promptly to the are associated twelve others as despotias army under Gen Morgan Since the commissionGreene Embry livestock for 40 years ought practiced medicine merchants cattle sheep to know salt from close of thn war he has been teaching notified apostles These people rule call of the Climax and and hogs sold on commission Cincin- Â¬ cally as of him that he was here in answer to it is not the Czar theyRussia You see school aud in 1875 was made Princi- Â¬ nati Jan 19th 1859 Editors Climax sugar read what heOsays 10 1887 a power possess and how pal of City School No 1 which position Jan Toledo is simply false his proposition Richmond Ky Gentlemen We en unjustly they might use it if once the he has ever since held Messrs F J Cheuey Co Gentle Â¬ no communication We received close you statement of the number of men Territory were admitted as a State for I have been in the general or notice whatever from this con- Â¬ then neither Congress nor the Execu Â¬ The Americian Association at Cum- cattle sheep and hogs sold by us at the practice of medicine for most 40 years Gap has interested some of the Covington stock yards as also summate wind bag the and would say that in all my practice tive would have the right to interfere berland receipt of The Climax on The Mormons have a theory that the most prominent physicians of New Cincinnati union stock yards for the and experience have never seen a Upon Wednesday he pretended to think greatest of human institutions is a York and Boston in a great Sanitarium years 1887 and 1883 Also the gross preparation that I could prescribe witli that he was challenged to mortal theo deuiocracy Ask them what a which it is proposed to erect at Cum- Â¬ sales for same tor both years inclusive as much confidence of success as I can combat and that the meeting was theo democracy means and they an- Â¬ berland Gap as soon as possible The You are authorized to use this state Halls Catakrh Cure manufactur to take place at the Register office swer when God speaks the people say Sanitarium will cost 500000 and there ment in tho columns or your valuable by you Have prescribed it a great He at once started for Richmond amen According to their doctrine is no doubt that in a short time it will paper according to your own good many times and its effect is wonderful and like Fox Bobbins minnows God speaks through their titbt Presi- Â¬ rival the Warm Springs of North Caro- Â¬ judgment 1887 Cattle 16764 Sheep and would say in conclusion that I Â¬ came whooping and yelling dent as he is called Whatever he lina aud other resorts that have prov- 102172 Hogs 59885 Gross sales Sl have yet to find a cate of Catarrh that 51963133 1888 Cattle 13424 sheep it would not cure if they would take solitary and alone The savsor does is right and Ihe people ed oo profitable and so beneficial single Chief Woods of Louisville warns 219510 Hogs 50046 Gross sales 1 it according to directions people along the way thought with one accord shout ameii1 m Are not the Mormons in sympathy merchants and bankers to be on their 02063157 Very truly yours Greene Yours Truly it must be the re appearance of Embry L L GORSUCH M D Bloody 14th alias the Mud Â¬ with the principals of the Democratic guard against one W C Lattimer the Lattimer mukes diaft on the Curry Oflice 215 Sururaltt St- But this bad man from party dy 14th In accordance with a call published The mormons have no political Manufacturing Company of Chicago We wjll give 100 for any case or Bitter Creek took pains to have about four hundred farmers assembled three able bodied men to follow convictions They affiliate witlt the and has no connection whatever with in theCourt houselu Carlisle and was Catarrh that can not be cured with him overtake him and hold him party which is the most useful to them that concern He has swiudled par- Â¬ called to order by Mr Jas Mcllvain Halls Catakkii Cuhk Takeu In Â¬ Upon arrival he did not see whether it be Republican or the Dem Â¬ ties in Evausville Maysvilleand other On motion of W L Piper L D ternally cities He is described as being about either of the editors of the Regis- Â¬ ocratic party F J CHENEY CO Props Young was chosen President and Jno five feet eleven inches high has large ter to know if he could have the By re- Â¬ Toledo Ohio D Blair was made Secretary TOBACCO GROWERS CONVENTION blue eyes light hair a blonde mustache quest G it Keller stated what he use of their office as a battle- Â¬ S8old by Druggists 75e bald in front aud a man of 29 33 considered the best plan to be pursued ground But somehow three prom To the Tobacco Growers of the White slightly fine address recommended the appointment of Hurley Tobacco Producing Districts inent lawyers were looked up About two years ago atephen Smith Committees to canvass the county lo one was sent for at the far side of Believing thatjthe interest manifested town and the three lawyers and by tue County meetings recently held of Nebraska pluced an advertisement correspond witli other counties and the three holders assembled for in a number of tobacco producing coun Â¬ for a wife in a Chicago paper Miss delegates to attend any general meet- Â¬ consultation Then the Coun Â¬ ties justify us in calling a General Phrona Byrnes of Augusta Ky an- ing that might be called Mr F E Makes tho lives ot many people miserable ty Attorney heard of the presence meeting we take the liberty of naming swered the advertisement aud a regu- Â¬ Congleton by request addressed the and oltcn leads to self destrnctlon Distress giving his views of the alter eating sour stomach sick headache of this man slayer in town and Monday Febuary 4th 1889 as the day lar correspondence was kept up A meeting hsartbum loss of appetite a faint aUgone said he must give bond to keep aud Lexington Ky as the most acces- Â¬ few weeks since they became engaged best mode to be adopted He approved feeling bad taste coated tongue and Irresu- provided each one was pleased when the suggestion of Mr Keller and urglarity oI tbo bowels a the peace or go to jail One of sible place for said general meeting they met He nrrived last week and ed thorough canvass of Ihe county uisirubb somo of the more common the attorneys said that was entire- Â¬ See that jour county is represented to and an entire no objections being made by After symptoms Dyspepsia docs ly unnecessary and assured the The above time and place have been party preparations were nt once either district earnest effort get theHe did into the movement com Â¬ approved by the actions and words of Eating not set weU ot persistent County Attorney that nothing celling requires careful tsolt tt not tbiuk it possible to secure an against the peace the interested parties in Owen Pendle- Â¬ menced for the marriage aud on Fri abstention from any crop next entire attention and a remedy like Hoods Sarsa should be done year day morning they were married nnd left acts gently yet and dignity of the Commonwealth ton Bourbon Gallatin Fleming and immediately for Nebraska- - George Â¬ but was convinced a half crop move- Â¬ parilla which tones tho stomachsurely and efficiently and other It Yours other counties of Kentucky organs regulates tho digestion creates a ment would succeed He Submitted a GR Kellek town News we knew nothing good appetite and by thus All this time blank form for ascertaining the presCJoIr Cabisle Ky overcoming tho local symp- Mrs Nettle Erwin Gratz wife of the ent crop of what was transpiring did not c After a time the com Â¬ tho sympa HoaCiachO Lexington Gazette died mittee reported the following resolu- Â¬ toms removes ot tho disease ele- Â¬ editor of the even know that a powerful One Fact thetlc effects banishes tho ment like unto dynamite was Is worth a column of rhetoric said an Monday night January 7th her dis tions which were adopted headache and refreshes the tired mind being cerebro meningitis and was I havo been troubled with dyspepsia I in the vicinity and might kick American statesman It is a fact ease Jieeolved 1 That we tobacco pro what did over the court house and bulge established by the testimony of thous- Â¬ taken ill Saturday night She would ducers of Nicholas county believe that had but little appetite andmc orI did eat mo Uagrt distressed It is to our be interest not to produce out the walls of the town people that Hoods Sarsapa have been 32 years old next April any crop the coming year ands of little good la an hour and wa3 married to Mr H H Gratz DUrn after eating I would expeÂ¬ Now this tribunal composed of rllla doe cure scrofula salt rheum 2nd That we recommend the hold Â¬ Â¬ feeling six excellent gentlemen and all and other diseases or ejections arising Seplember 26th 18S7 She was daugh ing of the present crop until better rience a falntnoss or tired all gone My trou-Â¬ as though I had not oaten anything ter of Col Eugene Erwin C S A prices can be obtnined good friends to us proceeded to from impure state or low condition of ble I think was aggravated by my business 1893 8rd That we recommend a commitwhich is that of a pointer and from being Their decis- Â¬ the bhiod It also overcomes that tired killed Ht Vioksburg inM Clay of Ashpass upon the case of the late John appointed to canvass each school tee be or ion was precisely what sensible feeling erealKH a good appette and land und grand daughter of James distriet or precinct to secure signers more withless shut up In a e0nr room fresh paint Last men would naturally render They gite retiKh to every part of the Erwin who was agreement not to sow any seed spring I took Hoods Sarsa- - Stomach of Henry to an It Clay of Ashland Her grand father the coming year but siid agreement rflla took threo bottles It did mo an decided that the Citizen of Es Â¬ bj stem Try It Immense amount of good not to be binding unless the entire It gavo me an who is none other than one till William U Foster father or William Br win was a wealthy Southern gentle While Burley produelug district enters appetite and my food relished and satisfied P A Lilly a 6on of Judge Lilly R Foster Jr who receutly robbed man who owned the beautiful place into tho ugreement tho craving I had previously experienced of Irvine had acted foolishly and tlte New York Produce Exchange gra Â¬ now known as Woodland Park Her Geoegk A PACEWatertown Mass 4ih Thnt this meeting appoint del to attend any unwisely jn coming to Richmond tuity fund or nearly 200000 feent the grand mother was H wury Clays favor- egntes to be in readiness may be called that Tm Climax was poking fun custodians of the fund a rhecft yester Â¬ ite daughter aud her mother was the general convention that SoMbxalliragglrts gl di for J6 Prepared cm J corresponding 5th That at him that we would certainly day for 36000 explaining that it was daughter of Col Win H Russell who tee consisting a or G R Kellercommit Â¬ bj C L TIOOD CO ApotbeeulecLywcH 3au Boone fOO Dosos One Dollar not have sent a challenge through his sons share of the fortune which he lived at the famous Russell Cave In Iugles aud Judge A J Bunta be ap Â¬ 29 28 - Intruded to divide among his chidren Fayeltr the U S mails and thereby inpointed L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing Ever Shown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have nought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at you pay for same s Our aim is to sell you goods at prices m EST Our stock embraces EVER DOUG EMfr FORE that will give you fijll satisfaction for what All the Latent Styles in Bute Ovreats c in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout A BEAOTXFOLi LIKE OF HATS CAPS C b A Complet T5 me Qi f jbiirnisnmg uoocis e TI i IN ALL QUALITIES COLOKS AND SHADES is complete embracing all of the Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for - Latest Things to ha Fciasid in a Firsi GBass a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially- invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments you We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not Butwe domust goods upon paper but that and see for yourself that we are not blowing our will do everything tliat we say we can uu a 01 GOOES AEE IAD AT PRICES TO BEAR US OUT II MAT gWith thanks we are 1 ME SI f same for past patronage and hoping for the continuance T WJ -- r j COVINGTON SXS TST MITCHELL SSS1 IkLjLlSr STRBET EALSKINS O-ZR-AJST- D OP Hi Nma TT1 Ladies who contemplate purchasing Sealskin Garments should remember that Sealskins advanced at the November fur sales in London nearly 50 per cent This means a correspondins advance in Sealskin Garments the world over Our heavy purchase of Skins prior to the advance has placed bs in a position to sell OF it He S aie Prices as Heretofore OVERCOAT --AND Although we are the heaviest holders of Alaska and other sealskis in Richmond we cannot guarantee these low prices far in the future Now read on to your own interest OUE CLOAK DEPARTMENT boasts of such superb and varied assortment of NEWMARKETS that it is difficult to select any to which to call attention We hava among many others inter Clothing Hats FANCY STEIPES BRAIDED LIN TWILLS BEE and a vast variety of OLOTHS in all the popular new colors with Monkey Beaver and other Fur Trimmings For quantity quality and variety of rrainsEnra goods LARGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES LOWEST PEICES Walking Jackets There never was such a stock around here we challenge the world before GOOD BEAVERS FRENCH STOCKINETS DIAGONALS and novelties in Embroidered Vest Fronts Dyspepsia PLUSH GARMENTS What we have said of the reputation or our Sealskins apphes with equal force to our celebrated Tailor Made Form Fitting work Garments They receive the same oare and the same skilled manship as our Sealskins Plush Newmarkets Untrimmed Satin Lined Fur Trimmed etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Suits to Order From Samples FIT GrtJABANTEED We will make you a suit to order from 15 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at PLU Â¬ 35 eiasSi OSliS For Ladies and Misses Our e JA The new and popular shapes Modjeekas and Langtrys Plush Sacques are al the rage in the oitias SZHIOZRT step-daught- Â¬ Â¬ Mn-iu-la- STOTJFFERS TUE OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN RICHMOND FIRST ST Â¬ may2 tf All sorts of Elegant Visiles and MuRtloa that come under Modjeska Wraps uarA ne fchnrt Wmns nm shown in our department braided all of Beaver vvjth elegant Gimp and Ball Trimming some Lining3 over Ladies Cloth and Moscow Beavers quilted Satin trimmed with Passementerie braided all over jpSuperb assortment of Mourning Wraps WRAPS the Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla CRfifiKIJIllUBIl S pl JS tf Cor Main and Second Sts Richmona Ky- - s e f j JBkC- J -- - fr bttSl - C- Ji -- isLafi i tti WIfWKUfvTM mwwj - kf- - n THE OLIMAX WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1889 Sec notice of stray mule No ice and no snow to speak of to date Capt J Speed Smith is talcing the list of city property Our cemetery and depot do not dwell together in Unity This is the middle of January days on each side of to day n fifteen Albert Duncan killed a snake three and a half feet lonp Christmas daynear Eden ton Mr C E Berry has bought a lot and is building a storehouse in theLuron ad Â¬ dition Berea College k getting a great deal of gratuitous advertising for which it is no doubt thankful Mr W R McDowell is fanning this year on the Anderson Yates place four miles from town Mr Alonzo Hay is engulfed in joy oyer the arrival of a rousing boy Bud Gen- Â¬ try is suffering a similar attack Ben Hardin Judge Luci usP Little of the Owensboro Circuit Court has written a book of 662 pages entitled Ben Hardin His Times and Contemporaries 1784 1852 The book is most beautifully vnn with gilt side and back printed on excel lent paper in lare clear lvn and e illustrased as follows Ben Hardins Portrait Lost in the Wilderness Which is the Cheapest Tavern Pnrtr iU of William T Barry It Wont Hold An- Â¬ other Drap Return of the Prince Au- Â¬ tographs of the Bardstown Pleiades Federal Hill Residence of John Rowan Wickland Residence of Charles A Wickliffe Specimen of Mr Hardins Handwriting Coon Hunting Portrait of John Rowan Portrait of Henry Clay Ben Hardins Residence at Bardstown Portrait of John Calhoon Yea Yea Benjamin Portrait of John L Helm Portrait of John W Stevenson Ben Hardins Mill on Stuart Creek near Bardstown Bardstown in 18S7 Boones Grave The book is remarkably well written the author Judge Little being a live and entertaining writer His style is at all times pleasing and this advantage coupled with the subject matter of the book forms a work of interest to every class of readÂ¬ Â¬ Kentucky for half a century He was Mr John G Cole has sold ex Sheriff engaged in every noted law case in his Deatherage the residence adjoining Uie locality and the records show that such Methodist church for some time occupied cases were not few as a parsonage Beji Hardin was born in Pennsylvania De Witt Miller delivered an interesting of Virginia parents and was brought to lecture at the court house Saturday night Kentucky when four years old His and preached a fine sermon at the Chris- Â¬ youth was spent at Bardstown but he read law in Richmond with Mr tian church Sunday morning Martin D Hardin and was an admirer 204 Oclock of the late Maj S Turner who like The town clock on Thursday night Hardin was a shining light in the Con- Â¬ struck 304 when XI was all that was nec Â¬ stitutional Convention Referring to essary It regained its health early next Major Turner the author of Ben Hardin morning when Dr Armer prescribed for tays He was from Madison on the it line between the Blue grass and the 11 mountains and was very potential on Assessors Report Assessor McPherson returned his books account of locality as well as of his marked talents and consummate lawyer on county court day and the supervisors Messrs Joe Deatherage S L Huguely ship Concerning Richmond and Madison B F Tevis G W Parks and Elsie Mil county the writer says Richmond lion are now at work on them No ma Â¬ settled in 1785 was then inconsiderable in terial change in amounts and values from population and primitive in manners It last year will probly occur was chiefly important as the seat of jusm tice and honor rescued surreptitiously Masonic Officers The modern Officers of Madison Lodge No 183 F from a rival town Milford A M Kirksville elected December Richmond has forgotten its rival in the enjoyment of an enviable prosperity a 37th 1888 Win P Prewitt Master Wohn W prosperity little anticipated by those who Moore S W A J Ross J W James founded the village on the Town Fork of M Smith Sec N B Coy Treas John Dreaming Creek But Madison county Wheeler S D J T Long J D Tona- - was then as it has always been the fair Â¬ est among her sisters Fertile as a gar- Â¬ than Prewitt S T den abounding in wealth rich in tradi Change in Business dition distinguished ab the home of talent Mr W K Denny has sold his interest and genius noted for its brave men and m the firm of Denny Green and the beautiful women it has ever stood for the new firm is M B Arbuckle Si Co The best type of all that has given fame to business continues at the old stand Mr Kentucky Arbuckles numerous friends will be glad The manners and customs of the pioto know that he has decided to remain neers among whom Mr Hardin was rear- Â¬ in Richmond and that he is now the ed are set forth in this book Log-rosenior member of the firm ings quiltings corn shuckings and other characteristics of our anGrand Jury US Hon A T Chenault Capt James T cestors all have their place in the book The stirring legal religious and politiShackelford Col I Shelby Irvine Mr present B C Potts Mr H L White and Mr cal episodes of the fist half of the century in Kentucky are put before the James Bennett were at Frankfort last week on the United States Grand Jury reader This book will no doubt find its way Mr Chenault was Foreman There were into many homes and libraries six members from Garrard county Printed by the Courier Journal and Messrs H C Hargis and Sam DeJar for sale by John P Morton Si Co Louisnett were on the petit jury So it seems ville Co Cincinnati Robert Clark that Madison and Garrard had more to Prices 350 cloth 450 leather do with the court than other counties wm Â¬ ll coon-huntinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ers Several small Coons broke into Ben Hardin was a distinguished man Chenauks gsocery Saturday night and of his day an able lawyer a powerful de- Â¬ carried away a small quantity of goods bater and made his mark in Congress as The ground hog wHl appear two weeks well as in the State Senate He was from Saturday Fcbrnary 2nd and then one of the most prominent figures in the well know precisely what kind of weath Â¬ Constitutional Convention of 49 and his life embraces incidentally the history of er is to follow An Open Letter BooNESBonouoir KvDec 24 18S8 This is to certify that I suffered with mykidueys and back from the year 1S75 to ISSO and was often confined to my bed when In the year of 1880 I called on Dr T B Bmlth who told me to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and if it didnt cure me be would forfeit 50 In gold I accepted bis proposition and used two bottles as directed and it effected a permanent cure I have never had the least symplous or pain In my backsinceaud kidneys are in a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ The Louisville and Nashville railroad dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic directors have declared a stock dividend the greatest medicine on earth of 2 per cent NATHANIEL TEVIS Smiths Kidney Toulo for sale by W C P Huntington says that the Ken- Â¬ tucky Central Railroad is not lor sale as G White Prescription Druggist Rich Â¬ 31- has been generally believed and published mond Ky Lonisville in 1879 did banking to the Pat McMahan was at home on Sunday and says that his work on the R N I Si amount of S127653034 Last year it Bdown near Kentucky River is progress- Â¬ did 301159337 worth ing satisfactorily Ayers Hair Vigor improves the The announcement is made at last that beauty of the hair and promotes its the Louisville St Louis and Texas rail- growth It prevents the accumulation road is to be opened Saturday between of dandruff cleanses the scalp aud re- Â¬ Owensboro and Henderson stores natural color to gray hair Have Fourteen passenger trains now come you seen Ayers Almanac for the new It into and leave Georgetown daily When year the Kentucky Midland is finished the Lexington has already organized number will be insreased to twenty or anew street spihiRlIng company for more next summers campaign Several gentlemen connected with the Kentucky Central Railroad are prospect Â¬ ing letween this place and Livingston milch for with a view to the completion of their system to the coal fields in this and ad- Â¬ jacent counties Pineville Messenger 31 33 Â¬ with a broken thigh but he manages to hear what is going on about town and write it up In giving the particulars of the trial of a man for shooting at a wom- Â¬ an he closes with tliw paragraph At the trial the negro woman testified that she would have been killed had she not seen the bullit which wascoming straight at her and dodged it A DUTY TO YOURSELF hat people will use a common ordinary pll when they can secure a valuable English one for the sa me money Dr Ackers English pills area positive cure for aud all liver troubles They are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ tion Druggist It is surprising sick-headac- Breck Phelps Has removed to his new spacious and elegant store room in the New Hotel and in vites the public to call and see him Â¬ TheBradfleldJtegiilator Ga in South Carolina Writes My labor was shorter and less pain- Â¬ ful than on two former occasions physicians astonished I thank you for Mothers FrJend It is worth its Address weight in gold A Lady N 106 W Main St next door to Second National Bank A variety of STOVES of tlie best make including the BAYLESS Cooking Stoves open front and Cannon Heat COOKING EANGE ing Stoves Anthracite Ba6e Burners and other styles Russia Iron and Corrugated Piping Grates Mantels and Hearths HI JL IR A 3D W A IR IE Â¬ FXJUL Co Atlanta 29 33 Acme Flour the Best Flour Made Bro sold by Covlugtou Arnold 30 33 Donelsou uses the best material that the market affords and the best work- Â¬ men He puts up none but the best work Buggies carriages etc made apr4 tf to order Call on him Sanns Specific will cure Rheumatism or money refunded Price 7nc at Â¬ Whites Drug Store near Garnett House Mitchells Second street 5- - FAVORITE CARRIAGE He has a lull car load of Carpets and THE CF k therefore the largest lot the greatest varie- d ty and most inviting prices the communi- Si ty has ever had These carpets embrace M WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS Â¬ Â¬ ARPETS rase an Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance line of tinware BREGK edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER 89 29 PH23LPS CO i 33 S M 1 Underwear very cheap at Covington 24- - P Embry Silver Creek Ky Collins New House Mr J S Collins has removed his fur Â¬ niture chair and carpet stock to his new PERSONAL Mrs Dr Barbour is organizing a Tour- Â¬ ists Club store room in the New Hotel and has bought an immense line of new goods He has the largest and most conspicuous show window in Central Kentucky an excellent line of goods and invites the public to call The furniture business seems to be going on a boom in Rich Â¬ mond Mr Collins is a mighty live man and will be always found trying to keep up with the procession A Court Mr Jerry Broaddus Jr of Waco vicini ty left for Missouri last week Â¬ Mrs HJ Streng and daughter Ray are visiting at Gallatin Tennessee Mr Thos Parks and wife of Soears Jessamine county visited relatives in this county last week Miss Laura Clay was elected President and Mrs Dr R C Chenault Secretary ins Man of the Fayette Equal Rights Association Chief Engineer Pearson says The line has been permanently located from Versailles to within about ten miles of Richmond and will be finished into Richmond by February 1st when the corps of engineers engaged at that end will at once proceed towards Irvine L Si N surveyors have been over the proposed loop beginning at Alum Springs a few miles West of Junction City and running by way of Danville to Shelby City a mile East of Junction City The grade is light and the Danville people want the loop to let them out of the claws of the Cincinnati Southern A Maysyille telegram of the Sth says The Maysville and Big Sandy railroad is no more It will hereafter be known as the Cincinnati division of the Chesapeake and Ohio The C and O commenc- Â¬ ed running trains through to Covington this morning The effect the road will Bros have on Maysvilles future will be watch Â¬ 30 33 ed with deep interests here The people best in the market hope for considerable advantage from the John H Kennedy formerly of Gar- Â¬ new road rard county died at Rich Hill Mo Preparations are being made to take aged 50 years Kentucky Central business into CincinMitchell have the lar Covington nati over the new Chesapeake and Ohio gest and best line of Overcoats at very bridge and passenger trains will be run 24- low prices Call and see them into the Central Union Station there by February 1 The new Cincinnati bridge 25000 Lbs Flour proper is 5320 feet long and including Bro have just Covington Arnold all approaches 17000 feet It has two received 25000 pounds ef Acme Flour 490 and 550 feet spans It is double 30 33 tracked and has wagon and street car HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT ways 11 feet three inches wide and foot passages 5 feet wide The bridge cost Cannot go hand in hand if we look on about 5000000 including real estate the dark side of every little obstacle Ground was broken for the first caisson Nothing will so darken life and make in June 1 8S7 and iron work was begun it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers in March 1SS8 Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst At a meeting held in E M Wallaces form ol Dyspepsia Constipation and office in Versailles on the Sth inst the Indigestion and make life a happiness Sold at 25 and 50 cents Woodford Railroad Co and the V M and pleasure by W G White Prescription Drug Â¬ Railroad Co consolidatedby a unanimous vote of the stockholders of both roads gist with the Louisville Southern Railroad Acme Hour has taken the premium The Southern Railroad binds itself to build four years at the Madison and Bourbon both roads and the counties and munic- Â¬ Fairs Bold by Covington Arnold ipalities that own stock will be fully pro- Â¬ Bro 30 33 tected in their rights as stockholders If you want a good fuit of first class Col Young assured the stockholders that he had a contract with a Bridge quality at very low price go to Coving Â¬ 24- Mitchells Company to build the bridge over the ton Kentucky river on or before the 10th of If you want to make a nice cake August next and that if it is not so com buy of Covington Arnold Bro the pleted they are to forfeit to the Railroad 30 33 celebrated Acme Flour Company 100000 Judge A E RichA large and well selected stock of ards President of the Richmond Nicho- Â¬ lasville Irvine Si Three Forks Railroad Hats Caps c at reasonable prices at 24- Mitchells and also of the Woodford Railroad Com- Â¬ Covington pany was present and he stated that The best line of Gloves in town ia to they had 1000000 subscribed by bona fide subscribers and the building of the be touud at Covington Mitchells 24- roads at once is absolutely assured Ver- Â¬ sailles Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOB JAILER JOHN F WAGERS is a candidate for Jailer of Madison comity subject to tlie action3- -of the Democratic pariy JAMES C LACKEY is a candidate lor Jailer of Madison county subject to the 3-ac new buggy manufactory has been tion of the Democratic party A established In Loujsille with an an Â¬ SAMUEL niGGERSTAFF is a candidate the for Jailer of Madison county Mibject to 3- nual capacity of 1000 vehicles action of the Democratic party TIIOMAS S FERUELL U a candidate for WE CANASD DO Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ party Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it tion of the Democratic JOHN HILL is n enndideate for Jailer of lias been fnlly demonstrated to the peo- Â¬ Medison county subject 10 the action of the ple of this country that it is superior to Democratic party all other preparations for blood diseas- Â¬ A J BROADDUS Is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action -of 31es It is a postlve cure for syphilitic the Democratic party poisoning Ulcers Erustions and Pim- Â¬ GEORUE W MAUPIN is a candidate for county subject to the of 31- ples It purifies the whole system aud Jailer of Madison action the Democratic party thoroughly builds up the constitution Sold by W G White prescrip- Â¬ FOK ASSESSOR tion druggist A J WILLOUGHBY It a candidate for Accessor of Madison county subject to tlio party A canning factory ia about lo be es- Â¬ action of the Democratic W J IIARVCV Is a candldnte for Assessor tablished at Elizabethtown in Hardin of Jladlson county subject to the action of 12- county where fruits aud vegetables of the Democratic party a candidate for Assessor of the ii nest quality are produced in abun- Â¬ CR TUDOR Is subject to the action of the Madison county 13- dance Democratic party JOEL T EMBRY Is a candidate for Asstssor Use nothing but Covington Arnold of Madison county subject to the action -of 11celebrated Acme Flour tlie the Democratic party Â¬ 43- A number of good fresh cows sale by J ANNOUNCEMENTS yie o a s 303 from the finest to the cheapest and will be FINE VEHICLES FOR THE TRADE CINCINNATI OHIO U S A Write for Catalogue cut made and put down on your floor at the lowest figures SEW FIRM MR JOHN E GREENLEAF has bought out the interest of Mr W M Ballard In the late firm of Buehanan Ballard and the undersigned will con- Â¬ tinue the ADRUFF FURNITURE Collins has a tremendous quantity of AND Bed Room Sets embracing everything from a 150 set down to a 10 set Ma Mer am Business Â¬ hogany cherry walnut antique oak ash At the same ilace They will keep on sale the latest and handsomest styles i f MCIKJB DEALER IX je FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT a candidate J R HARRISofIsPublic Schoolsfor County subject to Superintendent 8- tlie action of the Democratic party Remaining unclaimed in tlie Post Ofllce at Richmond Ky week ending LETTERS 15 T BED EOOM SETS Watebee Clocks Jewelry Silver and poplar and all other woods hard and soft Pfetei ware etc SpecM Parlor Sets atteatfcm giveu to Wardrobes SEWING DIAMONDS je eil lis Jauttary 1889 S Bales Thos Black Eld Carlson Carl L Coflfman Joseph Evans Maud Fester John Lindsay L W Long J W McClintock Mrs P Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 P Money order and registered letter M hours prompt 7 A M to 6 P M J B WILLIS P sr -- HulettJohn McCarty Mrs P H Oaks R G Panner Eliza Politch Robert Roberson Amos D Smith B R Warren Sarah F Walker May J West Win CHAIRS CHAIRS las per las Jae Bedsteads Chairs AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES all No house in this region has or ever had a more complete stock of Chairs Every And everything else in their line Their prices will I as LOW as the LOWEST Promptly dose ami la a workwanlike They will also attend all calls in the maer Undertakers line with a HEARSE Cash Paid for Otd Gold and Silver REPAIRING tat tha lor 5- - 1 N at HANDSOME Cen- - grade is represented from the velvet and gold cushioned to the split bottom and they are made by the best factories in all the country They solicit your patronage A C BUCHANAN 30- JOHN E GREENLEAF S Dmit forget tHe pinee to the Poot ottiee KiefeiaotMl next deer Ky jan4 lf twTi rogbt tanl jata BAIBWIHIS Local and traveliugsalesmen lo sell lubricating oils Apply for terms to E F DIETEZICHS Oil Co Cleveland 31 32 Ohio COAL YARD I keep at my yard near tlieofdepot iu Richmond all kiwis mm Cm 1 It Co nedy yjers jack foe sale The LEO Mi a Fine Black Jack hands high that has proven himself to bo a good breeder JAMES COSBY Waco Ky 30 31 15 Kentucky Penitentiary Chair IffEW FIRM ItfSW GOODS lo announce to the public that we have just opened in tiie house next door to the Gar Â¬ nett House on Second street a fresh stock of the best brands of We wish Kentucky Coal and the famous Youghiogheny Also Anthracite I will handle Coal of all a and s STEAY MULE Ky a that for half a century has had an ble reputation is found in stock besides envia- Â¬ LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAY AND TOBACCO Orders left at W G Whites ami O H E Smiths drug t tow and at A at- Â¬ Lalortt grocery will receive prompt tention Mr J M Christopher will always be found at the yard ami will take pleas- Â¬ ure in watiug on all customers T hone to receive a fair Miare of T E BALDWIN patronage 29- - -- e you tour as ride of eary BoN-HI use a hey can for the STAPLE and FANCY I have in my stable in Richmond three-year-old those of the best houses in Louisville and If any doubt had A CHILD KILLED existed Jas the fact at Lexington on Friday afternoon that Judge Little had no fear about going into the mountains to hold Judge Lillys court this announcement will remove it The Lexington Transcript says Hon Little Circuit Judge of Lucius P the Owensboro Judicial district passed through the city last evening en route to Bridgeton N J where he will be married on the 15th to Miss Fannie E Beach a handsome and cultured young lady of that city A man would hardly venture where he believed his life would be in dan- Â¬ ger on the eve of such an occasion Courier- - Journal Common Pleas Court The January term of the Common Pleas Court is in session Judge Thomas J Scott presiding Sheriff Bales takes to his duties as naturally as an Anarchist to dynamite or a duck to water The jurors art Jacob Hackett Joe W Embry Thos J Smith Joe S Boggs A T Chenault Jas Parks R P Fox John Baldwin H Clay Broaddus Harvey Parrish Samuel Barnes Wm Bennett B F Deatherage M F Todd NJones T E Baldwin J W Smith SJennings Sant Oldham S F Harber R H Cov- Â¬ ington W O Chenault J E Dykes Wm McCord E BurginJ C Lackey Douglas S W Dejarnett TJ A Mysterious Case John Hume a well known citizen of the Waco neighborhood was found on Tues Â¬ day night of last week down in the turn- Â¬ table pit near the depot in a partially un- Â¬ conscious conditionHU skull was fractur- Â¬ ed Upon being questioned he seemed to know but little The wound was a mor- Â¬ tal one and he died on Friday night The burial occurred on Sunday in the cemetery The Coroner has been inves Â¬ tigating the case and was in session yes Â¬ terday afternoon The deceased was heard to say to a stranger immediately before train time you stay all night with me I huve plenty of money and will pay your bill for I want to have a Jong talk with you No money was found on his person Bank Elections The annual bank elections held in Richmond on last Wednesday resulted as follows First National J W Caperton R X White D M Bright H L White Wm M Irvine Directors Second National T D Chenault D W Irvine Joe Collins June Walker J P Herndon Directors T D Chenault President WT Tevis Vice President J Stone Walker Cashier EdgarTurley Clerk Farmers National John Bennett C F Burnam S S Parkes N Jones T J Smith M M Miller Directors Madison National A R Burnam H B Dillingham O H Chenault N B Deatherage BJ Clay G B Million Directors Ml The worst feature about catarrh is Another child killed by the use nf its dangerous tendency to consump- Â¬ opiates giveu in the form of Soothing The wedding of Miss Pattic Chenault of Lexington and Mr Henry Julian of tion Hoods 8 irsaparilla cures catarrh syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ It dren sucli a deadly poison is surprising ML Sterling is announced to take place by purifying the blood when they can relieve the child of its the latter part of January MATRIMONIAL peculiar troubles by usiug Ackers Baby Embry and family have gone to John Soother It contains no Opium or Atlanta Georgia to be gone for several Mr James B Boen formerly of Morphine Sold by W G White veeks He will engage in mule trading Kingston Madison county Ky and Prescription Druggist while there Nicholasville Journal Miss Josie Coil of Seymour Texas Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Lewis Shelton entertained were married at that place on Thurs- Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 75c at their friends in a charming manner at day January 3rd 18S9 Whites Drug Store faecond street their home on Constitution Street on Fri Â¬ 5- uear Garnett House DIED- day evening last in honor of their guests Mrs Grimes and Miss Moore of Rich Stetson fine soft hats variety of Hugb Brinkley died at Somerset Lexington Press rnond styles at Coviuglon Mitchells 24- 50 years aged Deceased was a brother Rights Association to M F Brinkley this place The Fayette Equal Do nelson will make you as good a will lose a valuable member by the mar- Â¬ Squire James Todd died near buggy or carriage as can be bought to Mr riage of Dr Emma E Chenault any where in America apr4 tf Asa Runyon and her consequent removal Crookesville in Madison couuty on is thor- Â¬ Weduesday January 9th 1889 to Wichita Kan Mr Runyon If ou want a nice buggy phaeton oughly in sympathy with his wife in her or Rodes Adams died at the residence rockaway barouche carriage and she of Mrs Ellen Gibson in Richmond love for her chosen profession apr4 t coupe go to John Donelson will continue her practice in her new Ky 011 the 9th inst of pneumonia home Dr Runyon was not willing to aged 20 years Advice to Slotheri Mrs WlKSurWa SooTBnta Sxncr thonldalws remain in idleness during the few months be used when children are cutting teeth It re son of G A DeLong A UeTeatheliUIesnOereratonce it produces natural that intervened between the hospital prac- Â¬ of Lexington died last Wednesday quiet sleep and the little cherub uiraVesu bright tice with which she concluded her medical Deceased was a nephew It is very pleasant to taste It S3 a button of B Middle soothes the chfldsoftens the gnnuallayall pain enter- Â¬ education and her marriage so she regulates the bowels and is the beatkno srn remedy ton at Stockton Williss for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or ed into practice with her lather in this city Twenty Hre cents a bottle Ansil Price a ten year old son of Dr other causes and her removal will be felt as a loss to 6 5 many families that appreciated and desired Dlllard Price of Winchester well GUARD AGAINST THE STRIKE the attendance of a highly educated wom- Â¬ known here and throughout the north ern portion of this county died last And always have a bottle of Ackers an physician Lexington Gazette week English Remedy in the house You THIN COLUMN A D Newlaud died at his home in can not tell how soon Croup may Lincoln couuty on Wednesday last strike your little one or a cold or cough Mister aint you got no candy thout January 9th in the 70th year of hisage inay fasten itself upon you One dose no nickel r asked a small boy of a grocer Deceased was born in Madison couuty is a preventive and a few doses a posi- Â¬ announces that but has lived half bis life in Lincoln tive cure Ail Throat and Lung troubles The Midway Clipper Don Piatt and John Feeney have returned He married Miss Sarah Cochran of yield to its treatment A sample bot- Â¬ to school Madison who survives him He left tle is given you free ami the Remedy guaranteed by W G White Prescrip Â¬ A small boy climbed up to Madame an estate said to be worth 25000 tion Druggist Bredeilis music room one day last week tr- We cant tell you with any degree Road horses trotters and runners and wanted to buy a pound of candy of certainty who it was wrote tlie shod in any manner desired I have He was sent to Dinellis bepoem entitled Beautiful Snow received au extra lot of four year read in an exchange where a Mr cause itisadis puted point but we just We old second growth timber for repairing Good missed his way the other night and can tell you to a positive certainty that AH work guar- Â¬ of wagons miles on the wrong road So it Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure will all kinds went ten anteed at the very lowest prices Shop is that Another Good man has gone restore your sick chickens to perfect back of Brookss drug slore wrong health If it fails lo do it your money Respectfully Willis will be refunded by Stockton John C Breckinridge Davis cut a man S L MIDKIFF 8febly with a barlow knife in Mercer county Mr W It Marrs anp Miss Sarah F All persons indebted to Covington last week He should first have used the Anderson of Lancaster were married Bro please call and settle at Arnold always let charity be- Â¬ in Danville last week knifoonhis name 30 S3 once home gin at eyes grow weak and Ihe When the John C Dent a brother of Mrs A big The Bourbon News has this lids inflamed aud sore a disordered Grant died at Carthage Mo aged 73 wild bear was killed last week almost in --It was prob Â¬ eytemflr a scrofulous condition of the the city limits ol Pineville If you owe Covington Arnold blood Is Indicated for which Ayers ably ran in by surveyors who were laying Sarsaparilia Is the best remedy It Bro go settle witli them 30 33 Â¬ off city lots twenty miles back in the counInvigorates and vitalizes the blood and CHICKENS F0R SALE try It expels all humors a 4 The telegraph office in Richmond has Fine Plymouth Rock Chickens both The wife of Dr James Mont Mollin one legged messenger boy who can get Â¬ of Ashland died last week aud was male and female for sale by along about six times as fast as an ordi Mrs R P WcCokd at Lexington nary messenger boy We suggest that burled Red House Ky 30 32 one leg of every messenger boy in the Tom Peel son of Counly A6sssor in Union company Peel of Jessamine county Kentucky Buy your groceries field seed grass employ of the Western Bhclby seed salt and lime of Covington once amputated be at killed a man named Berlisa In 30 33 Bro Arnold Brer Walton is yet confined ia his bed vllle Indiana ld Â¬ Brown Horse Mule that was taken up as an eslray by The owner can have the mule Lewis Franclf and left in my care by pay- Â¬ Cincinnati GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We English do not are Prescrip- Grocer- - ing all expenses including tlie cost of tnis advertisement 31 32 C T FOX For Sale Privately I THE ESTOIi PLAGE Owned by J R Estill and Mr and Mrs M C Estill of Clark couuty sit Â¬ uated 011 the Speedwell pike about four miles from Richmond containing BLINDS BLINDS Every variety of Window Blinds and Shades all sizes and kinds CHEAP for CASH Come and see us and be coayinc ed that we have a first class slock at The SECOND TERM of the present session of this institution will begin fee offices teeDmo-- Monday January 21st S9 But students will be received on and after January 1st aud charged for the Term only The Eeasonable Prices We shall aim to secure a fair share of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods DAVID CHENAULT 29- - near 400 Acres of No I Land well improved Good Brick Dwell Â¬ ing fine barn out buildings good or c is for chard never failing spring sale privately to close a partnership therein lhis place was lormeny owned by Col C R Estill For fur- Â¬ ther particulars enquire of Ky I C Vanmeteb Jr Winchester Ky or J W Caperton Richmond 2S 33 Dec 2 1S8S PIASOS AND ORGAHS The Finest instruments that the tories afford and at living figures fac- Â¬ Commercial Dspartment will be in charge of Messrs J I Clel Special at- Â¬ laud and J M Duncan tention will be giveu to CO BOOK KEEPING AND ITew Barber Shop COBB MOORE TELEGRAPHY Central University session will begin 21st 1889 The Second Term of the present Monday January TUITION OOFXIET larger or more complete stock of coffins College Preparatory Incidental Fee -- - Laboratory Fee - 30 00 20 00 2 00 fi 00 No house in Central Kentucky carries a WALL courses of study will embrsce Book Keeping in all its varied features and details Telegraphy and Penmanship The instruction will be thorough and complete so that a young man can keep any set of books or take chaige Mr Duncan has of a telegraph office g had experience In practical aud was for years one of the most successful telegraphio operators In the N R R Co- employ of the L Penmanship will be taught by Prof win give J I Uleianu wno tralulng In special ai this useful tentlou to careful book-keep-lu- BUSINESS EDUCATION The Commercial Department of Cen- Â¬ tral University will open with the beginning of the Second Term of the present session aud will be under the control and direction of Prof J I Clel The aud and Mr J M Duncan Â¬ Handsome Hearse3 gentle horses careful drivers experienced embalmer and pains- taking funeral director elegant carriages COLLINS has every thing in his line from the highest to the lowest from the broadest to the narrowest S Whlnh will be tausht without extra Mr L T Davklsou of the chargp 106 K MAIN STREET Courier Journal Company has gener We have awoeteted oarselyes togeth ously supplied the necessary apparatus er in the Barberies BMeitK ami are for the Department located at 106 E Main Street Im Ram Iu H BLANTON 29 3i Chancellor sey building next door to Roberts dt Wines drugstore First olass work guaranteed Shav Â¬ ing 10 cents eiiiklretta bair euts IS cents Please give us a eall Saltefectioa Will receive two car loads on or about insured KQUIRE COBB 28- March ist Not having room to store M C MOORE same I roust reduce ray present stock to make room hence I make prices that will So call early get make them go at once choice of patterns and the advantage of fEyais prices that you may never witness again GEO M WILLGING HB T3WSPLMTE9 DIGGER 26- Richmond Ky Jan 7 189 Â¬ EXDEST PAPER i weofeeiut the re Mat M He - n ksT3 Uaery Mrs Sa Tames lXHigia None of g The I art These courses of study will embrace all concurrent branches such as busi Â¬ ness arithmetic spelling punctuation c correspondence or the most J A Sullivan Esq oneof the State scholarly young lawyers will give a special course of Lectures on Commercial Law which will be open to all students of this department TERMB To the matriculated students of the University no charge will be made To all olherc the fee for all the courses will be S10 payable at the be Â¬ ginning of the term L H BLANTON Chancellor It -- cousent All parties owing the said firm will please call at once and settle W M BALLARD A C BUCHANAN 20 32 December 31st 18S3 JjJja of Billard ran Buchanan Frank Light Simple 8lfI and Bffertlte It is ike onhr srlf elMHiiag K ao matter bow Mickr with p9f ease lTtaiMMMi am a4nu- - K Thomas x w a BWH SoDorotu i A M- - to 7 p gfetered iettcl afcChatO do- - taawowaBothardlKire hcM isalea M WtthRa HHB OHK k b400feofetr day TotTwrHroagty tba a Frk4 aad G PETERSEN 68 MOLXsrs S x IELI3F IB at rrJu 29 2 SHE In short J Public Sale ol Bank Stock LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Persons desirous of vtataialag 1Mb fe- suratMK at actual coat sbouW Writ be aireulars to MWSXATKtt ta thebisbe On Saturday Jan 26 1889 In front of U51SSS Aasari i-- from the thickest to the thinest from the NINETEEN SHABES the Court Hwee eer in Richmond Ky I wilt sell pubtMy ta the highest bidder of ptock of Saeoxrry MrnAi Benefit Socsar 23S Broadicas New York Tills society elain liiat for six ytois the eost to a member nf ru uHle g baa longest to the shortest 31- - the Madieon National Bank ofBiabmoud JCy Sale at 2 oclock feeoa Less than Twi t- Dollars MCCORD Ykak for eaeu thousand deUaw C PM W- SO 32 suraiwe RP a iaE rrft- I - - t - ilHHiliHIpiHHBBGnnHHHHHnVHiBHHHHH jMfc3tSSiJtl MiMiMMaaMMnaaiaaliMMwaMllMWM - -- - - urn I MJJ tMt A Jltfl I V- JB3it - at V FOR SI YOU GET SO FULL OF FUN PER5IA74 NOTIONS FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OP FUN The Climax A 0n9 Year AND THE FOLLOWING ENTIRE LIST OF 20 Good Books Free ara ValuMa Boots oteefirtryn to amy PctMertfc for tfce esniioc year at U ta this iirtwrnioou pries npbrcoaiaina a eranpaH firstThraa beets itet on ot rla noaalor othcrwork vaaesi l poo by awaVaeaa an sUtor ata pafcttabad la aaat rwptVrt fwm pnniaJ freea irood rvadkM typa atayoeil paper aa I manv 01 thesa luaaoiattyitlefliatca Tkajr rmmtnp aoaae of th Aeast werka crcr written by aoaue of Hw r fawt aa xaeatpoftax writer beta of JLswteaaiBsSeuepa EteV on ii cemplat In itaatf TkeAaatMarali rUareaarata IilhuM taeka Vimv kaoerr rraBa fa al la teaa BuiaaVHaBaa lailJUiil la lu lameaa pra aanaaar ffar tFlil sTTwrotr ufcU a aSar tfccaaurs below eeuarraieij aaa waaelitoed lit At imuip mmt mith tha pnaHabtr w fpr What Sick man to his physician Physician are your rates doctor An inquisitive turn of mind does not Ten dollars a folio for bulletins with of necessity mako a scholar Mr Minneapo- Â¬ ODonovan 10 per coat off for cash for instance in his travels lis Tribune in Persia found no end of curiosity Mr Layb0Mos thinks it is lucky hut a very low degree of intelligence we nv not centipedes because It would Tho hospitality I mot with was with ibe suoh dreadful work to button on out bounds so great and so minute in fifty pairs of boots overy time we wish- Â¬ its details as to bo embarrassing but YoutVs Compan- Â¬ interspersed with ed to take a walk singular ques- Â¬ ion How did you manage to capture suoh a handsome wife Mr Tucker when you aro suoh a homoly man 0 my good clothes did it I just put Chicaqo on my best bib and tuck her The Low Degree of Intelligence Found la the Shahs Dominions Jtw K i Hv lea faaa a llMMaMilak Fllaorttrl kn Ml Perfect flacir iibbiH at eaar RHakBeaaDelraAaVeatareaiaewTerfc TVS f Tribune iinl rarBaa hubM lartiaala a4 rtaiealaaa aliaa am- KTipN Pallof rr rH t I Miar tw v aTraTl TbaraBartaUaaaaaBtBTea Ulrrr - aba UMaaaUaaa aaft tHaaU A ta Kiaal Cailr of t ia tl aaa rfacap alalia eta4 lawk ea Baw re EaaaTS I A iimi lin aaaaaal tar laStre aaa fratiaBMB flvtax rm aa af pirtwif I far aS eceaalaea eccoralmf ta HI The IVaMee NalarslayJIlaUrT Caartatatat ta - tftx4aarrl IwUaHaca elBawae mri awf alt a aa M Ja kiraa raatl aihia aa4 taaarta vBk caaeh cariaaa l3arr xtaaa r caralar katr IHa aa4 ItaMta A Utn nrferttoa af tka 3 SaJrra KrrltsUaaa aaaa p naatar w MilaaaUi rraaa am4 arraft fcoaa tor prataia las ailiailaia mmi aaaaiaara A marvel Tills powder never varies HmXw llercace A SanU By 8 Itrni purity strength and wlioiesonieness More economical than the onlluarj- - klsds aixl ATJI llaarrra A Sard t TkcMcrrkaafaCrtaae ANard SfHaaaTi cannot be sold in competition villi the mul- Â¬ A sk Ja titudes of low test short weight alum and ASarrl Vr8TXTaimaCaB8tJa Sold only In cans v in ai HrafMrtiat aa Taa XjaaTaovaa eraa A phosphate powders Royal Baking Fowdeu Co 106 Yall street T TALBaa Bjr I r POWDER Absolutely Pure Young Jenkins tremblingly I have or spoken to Mabol Mr Stentor and sho said woll or she said if I wished to press my suit I Sho Mr Stentor must see you did eh Well Mr Jenkins all Tvo got to say is this that if you wish to press your suit you had better see a Lowell Citi of U ailor Good day sir zen Some one told HtUo Jimmy that when it was day with us it was night in China He thought that was very A 21 20 Tfc MIiartrrrJaIlNlclalaav Improbable and sat thinking about it Vy Kaa bt laa Maw By tka amlkor af Dara Kewlork a T KIt A fcaaal some time Suddenly his face beamed v War aa Bread le WUra AaraL ByCaen Now 1 know for as ho exclaimed 15 i By XUbt - Vuzr Martylw A Serai one day you took me up town and wo By lira - m A VasmbMi HersUe A Saral passed a Chinese laundry and the X aaraaa A ByCaaaxM X an lUUi aal FauUaa Chinamen wer ironing with their Iiv a Tie Bpwim Koub A ltrL By aTttKlB Golden Days night gowns on aa a Snf ra OaaMVMa Jaararj A SaaaU By Young Lady to cigar dealer II Zy Kra a Hut ItarJwlrVa IUtbI A 5aral k Dr rierees Golden Medical Discovery is Have you the Flagrant brand of uallaK the only medicine of its class that Is gunr- niitced to benefit or cure cigars sir Dealer Yes miss Kfttniilcc tf aM ttre Aav beekg eaa tee seen I in all diseases for which UlDDlUTTn I H The Climax ene How much are they IT flfltlflrl I LU it is recommended or Young Lady aamami the money paid 1 or it a box One dollar and a Dealer will be promptly refunded half a box miss one hundred in a Golden Medcal Discovery cures all humors voa get The Climax one from the common pimple blotch or eruption Young Lady You may give box salt vear attcl any w of the fo4iowirg list of to the worst Scrofula or blood poison Fever me a box please They are a present rheum or Tetter Eczema Erysipelas sores Hip Joint Disease Scrofulous Sores and for my my cousin Ive often hoard beolis Swelling Enlarged Glands Goitre or Thick Keek aad Eating Sores or Ulcers him say how fond he is of a fragrant Mltk the 1eete by Canon Farrar Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump Â¬ Christmas in a Palace Hate N Y Shh tion which is Scrofula of the Lungs by its Havana-Invigorating Life of TwitagreGrob wonderful blood - purifying Sfonse de Beriot You say you properties if taken in time aad nutritive Story of the Men ODonovan For Weak Lungs Spitting ot Blood Short- Â¬ are superstitious Miss Gushington but Memorie and Rime Joaquin Miller ness of Breath Catarrh in the Head Iiron The Bowsham 1uzzVc Habberton ehKs Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred would you dare to be married on Fri- Â¬ affections it is a sovereign remedy It day My Musical Memories Hawek Miss Gushington What promptly cures the severest Coughs In the Heart of Africa Baler For Torpid Liver Biliousness or Liver Next Friday Why dear Alfonso you Complaint Dyspepsia and Indigestion It is are so sudden and so unconventional The Fortunes of Rachel Hale an unequoled remedy Sold by druggists Wit Wisdom and Philosophy Richter You quite misunderstand me I pro-Â¬ Hiasself Again GoWsmrth 25 24 test I didnt propoee Thats all The Home in Poetry Holloway right Alfonse you didnt propose as Rndaeribrd FawcctC Ten Years a Police Court Judge they usually do but I like it just tho A Yankee School Teacher Baldwin the same Yes dear it shall bo Fri Â¬ Life of WicUi WiUon day Spring faUl Union True Lathrop Dignified Dame iPardon me but Christmas in Narragarrsett Hale WorLukg People and Their Employers I can not imagine what business you Howard the Christmas Hero Hollo way can have with me Awkward Youth The Hero of Cowpens McConkley coolly I called to get you to pre- Â¬ Destruction of Gothem Miller I iK IJ vent your hubbturd from discharging The Coming Race Lj tton mo I have nothing whatever to do Life of Martin Luther Kostlin TjUiA 1112 t with my husbands business affairs By Laws of Literature Wiieeicr iflttatratMHK and Meditations Spurgeon I am a typewrites operator and Ur XT JTlt- Scientinc Sophisms Wainright Denser cr - fe -Mother Chic and he thinks of sending me off be- Â¬ all n Historical and Other Sketches Froude Ho cause 1 make so many mistakes Scottish Characteristics Paxton Hood IV RRADfltli RrTcULAfonCo has nearly engaged a pretty girl for - x India What can it Teach Us Miller Oh you will retain your my place Nature Studies Proctor 28 33 position By the way when at leisure Suoceesnil Men ot To day Crofts Sawn Hohart Fulton please consider my house your home Essays of George Elliott Sbeppard Philadelphia Record CoUtn Clouts Calendar Grant Allan Flotsam and Jetsam Bowles BISMARCK AT KISSINGEN Lives of Illustrious Shoemakers Weeks JS THE FIXEST AXD BEST Science in Short Chapters WHtkms How the Aced Chaneelor Enjoys Ilimnelf Life of Cromwell Hood While Health See king Sartor Resartk Cariyle About twenty mlnutoswalk from tho Cariyles Essays main promenade of Kissingen is a Idyls of the Kings Tennyson Alfred the Great Hughes strange looking old building of granite Otatdoor Life in Europe Thwing half farm and half manor house cov- Â¬ Calamities of Authors LVIsreah ered partly with tiles and partly with Goldsmiths Citizen of the World slates And quite wolrd and sombor America Revisited Sala looking in its weather beaten isolation Life of Spurgeon Yarrow This old fashion structure with its These hooks are printed on tinted massive walls and heavy gables is paeer of excellent quality in large clear just the kind of residence for a man type and contain 260 pages neatly of blood and iron and it was this bound house which in 1874 was placed BTaiHlB r v- lini t aa aaaaB Fri5 w SIRWTSV l-- i vOTJTUtirV The Miller Oroan For yoeget The Climax one feHewing year and any three of the of bosks list 4 Macaarsys Essays Light of Asia AmoM It Maadj at the head of all good oreoaa Those who Manliness of Christ Hughes aeare to hare the beet organ should acquaint them Imitation of Christ Kempis etrea wHfc the merit of oar Instrument Dont UJceear wont for what we saylmt aee and utt oar Rowland Hill Charlesworth tastrameaa II no dealer sella our organs Is jotxx Town Geology Kingsly laeaHty write to the factory Salon of Madam Keeker Ethics of the Dutt Rttskin XOOTHER Horn and his friends Address MILTER ORGAN CO t Mr loan of Arc Lamartine rutafryurt dcfrre IiBBANON Thoughts of Aurdius Antomus The Hermits Kingsly 9 34 John Ploughmans Pictures PaApit Table Talk Ramsey BiWe and Newspaper Spurgeon John Calvin Guizart Sharps Culture and Religion Tho Original Wins C t Simmons St Louis Propr The Nutritive Cure Walton M A SunmonaLivcr Medicine Kstd The Persian Queen Thwing lSan in the U b Court defeats J Ingersoll Answered Parker Keg later Esfd by Zeilin i6S Blood of Jesus Reid MA S L M has for 47 years Reminiscences of Lyman Beecher cured Indigestion Biliousness American Humorists Howek wrsrEPsixicK ArpsTt rr Sova Headache Lost Highways of Literature Pryde Stomach Htc Kct T B Reams Pastor ii K Charlotte Bronte Hotloway 1 Church Adams Tcan writes in India Baxter A Winter iiuum a BBouia nave Den dead Dnt or your oenuine m a bim- Jewish Artisan Life DelHsch French Celebrities iUKfirS sometimes had to substitute Maze Spurgeon The Clew of the H Zeilinfi ml cine bat Mufffnrvnnr MrNrll Chinese Gordon Forbes it doat answer the Archibald Mahnatson Hawthorn Old Sailors Yarns VnaXdaj UxnlrlrlU TAa An Unfortunate Woman TurgemeC I receiTed a package of yeurLivvr Medicine and have used half of it The above books are eoual in every res T It wnrlc lllraOv M lam A ana- UV HAUL vaasitita pect to the preceding ones except not as netUr Lrer Heculator and ccr- lAjm j no more 01 beams mature large utrv Pa at tho disposal of Prince Bismarck by tho Bavarian authorities Hitherto when he had visited Kissingen he had lodged in the town itself but since he has be- Â¬ come so famous a man it has been thought better to provide him with the quarters I have described These quarters served a hundred years ago when they were built as a summer residence of the Prince Bishops of Wurtzbourg and aro now at such times as the German Chaneelor is not using them the abode of a Bavarian official who promptly clears out when ever the distinguished patient is ex- Â¬ Â¬ Tho gray wolf is still a very live issue in Butto County Dak whoro ho occasionally plays sad havoc among horsos and other farm stock Soap suds aro valuablo For celery there is no liquid manure superior to It and as an invigorator for melons squash and cucumhers It is excelent yes at a Thoro was a genoral farmers Institute in roply to the ques-Â¬ tions which made mo doubt my tion Will milking tubes injure cows upon which thoy aro constantly used own sanity or that of my questioners One gentleman wanted to know if all It has been demonstrated that while Franks wore long boots liko mine and tho pinching back of tho shoots of if I took them off when I wont to bed melons will Induce tho vines to throw A young officer begged for some in- Â¬ out laterals and also produce a larger struction in the French language and number of melons tho process doos subsequently growing enthusiastic on not Inorease tho size of the fruit the subject asked me to dictate for For tho amateur thero Is perhaps him a love letter to his sweetheart in no fruit more desirable to plant than that language the grape It is inexpensive to get a I explained that I was not sufficient- Â¬ start with it boars early It Is produc- Â¬ ly acquainted with Eastern phrase-Â¬ tive and easily managed and as food it ology to take the initiative and asked is dolicious and wholosomo over a long him for a specimen so that I might season get at the nature of tho desired Thoro is a consensus of opinion Hereupon my companion among good farmers that meado land epistle favored me with some sentences so should not bo grased A little feeding replete with bulbute roses gazelles on it in the fall may not do serious and other agreeable plants and ani- Â¬ harm but it is more lixaly to keep free mals that a Franco Persian lexicon Of from injurious weeds and yield bettor natural history would have been abso- Â¬ crops if not grazed at alL lutely requisite in order that I might Concentrated fertilizers when do justice to his effusion used on young and tender plants At another time I happened in tho should bo scattered between the rows to mention and not around the plants as damage course of conversation Australia The General turned to his often results from an overdose of the secretary and askod whore that coun-Â¬ fertilizer Young strawberry plants try was The secretary hesitatod for arc easily killed If strong fertilizers bo a moment but immediately said that applied directly on them after they aro he was not sure whether it was in tho sot out Sea of Marmora or tho Soa of Azoff The root crops are sometimes but that he knew it was somewhoro in onormous On rich land and can be 1oafAs grown at a low cost compared with tho neighborhood of America Companion thoir value As many as one thdusand KICKS AND KICKERS bushels of beets havo been grown on Sharp Thorns In the Professional llody ot one acre and at a cost of only four For milch cows cents per bushel the Average Kdltor One thing that makes tho life of a they are invaluable and should be newspaper man unpleasant is that he made a special crop on all dairy farms hears so much kicking Nearly every The practice of allowing the weeds man has a large illustrated griovauco to grow up until nearly ready to seed with velvet binding and a gold clasp and then cut them down is a waste and when he feels that it needs airing The proper mode is to plow Uieoi un- Â¬ he at once hunt up the most con- Â¬ der as they provide the best kind of venient reporter and delivers a cor- Â¬ green manure Many weeds are rich pulent lecture on his favorite theme in nitrogen and become valuable if Some of these kicks are of public inter- Â¬ turned under when in tho green and est and gladly received but there arc growing condition many whijh concern only the kicker A breeder can not do better than Only yesterday a gentleman whoso name is a household word thought it make an exhibit at the local fairs near would be a good scheme for the Journal him for the very purpose of meeting Â¬ conto publish a withering and scathing the farmers of his section and by vincing them of the advantage to be neighbors his editorial because their stock on fence gained by improving roost chickens his This liaper is always willing secure customers for his surplus That Â¬ to wither and scathe until the cows this plan has been followed with suc cess is attested by the greatly improved come home when the public interests will thereby be promoted but it hardly character of the stock to be found in pays to pour out a torrent of wrath many sections of the Western States Â¬ inupon the defenseless heads of a few whore formerly only animals of an woll meanlng but misguided hens An- Â¬ ferior kind were to be seen National other citizen is being corroded by sor- Â¬ Live Stock Journal Nothing more surely marks the row because a young lady next door persists in playing tho piano late in slovenly shiftless farmer than lack of the evening In a case of this kind the ample help when threshing Failure aggrieved party should tako the law in to calculate rightly here Is the cauae his own hands and come down on the of more bad feeling than any other Steam engines re- Â¬ offender like a wolf on tho fold It farm operation Would not be seemly for a groat moral quire more help to run them econom- Â¬ newspaper to launch into sarcasm and ically than the old horse powor ma- Â¬ If grain is not furnished in A good chinery invective in his behalf wholesome well directed kick very a continuous stream more or lose of It frequently has a salutary effect on so- Â¬ is cut and injured by the ompty con- Â¬ ciety but the indiscriminate kick is to caves whirling rapidly about-- They be avoided It frequently involves tho arc built to thoroughly separate as pursuit of very small game and is lia- Â¬ much grain from the straw as can be ble to do the boomerang act with un put through their throttle and tho As David said in his farmer misses his own interest if he ploasant results haste all men are kickers Lincoln does not furnish the help needed to do Journal a asked the What aro pauses teacher of tho primary class ThlngsJ that grow on cats piped the small boy at tho foot Rare Bits Why do you write Citizen Col before your name Undo Ras Undo tus you aro not a Colonel No sah de Col stans fo Rastus Tim cullud A llttlo woman is pleased when called by a pet name that harmonlzos with her diminutlveness but a two hundred and fifty pound woman Is thrown into ecstasies when1 called popsoy wopsey BoMoh Budget Do you take Instantaneous pho- Â¬ tographs here inquired a gentleman tho other day in a photographers How long doea Yes sir studio Ton to it tako you to make them Youths Companion twelve days sir -Oh what dreadful Miss Travis tortures to pradloe in the Middle Ages Think of breaking a man on Guess you De Smith tho wheel never saw me on my bicycle did you Burlington Free Press At tho Base ball Exchange to Clerk who is tele Â¬ Countryman graphing reports on tho main spidor to tho sub tickers Whats thet yar Clerk doln on thet air thing Feeding tape worms in tho up town Drakes Magazine bar rooms Critic The court painter Borstt has been so overrun by the dealers that he has been obliged to Artist- Institute a reception room That is nothing at all The dealers run after me so many at once and fight so at the stairs each to get up first that not one of thorn has yet to the top got Fliegende Blatter Well Boarding house Mistress If youll agree to make yourself handy and do all the chores around tho houso Ill pay you fivd dollars a week ORourke Folve dollars a Very well muiri An as we wako now do bo- - sthrangors I suppose ydt will folly tho reglar boardin houso Puck rules and pay in advance A young traveling man had been going to see a charming lady for a good while and had just proposed to hor for Cant you tako the seventeenth time no for an answor she inquired in a tone that showed decided annoyance No not exactly he replied meokly But Ill try to get along with it till Mer- Â¬ you can give me a better one chant Traveler 30 29 Little Bobby whose mother oe lieves in cautioning her children against the consequences of foolish B acts has often said to him If you get before the train or tall Into the water you may be killed and when One GRASS one is dead it is for a long time day Bobby while walking with his uncle took pains to keep at a safe dis- Â¬ tance from the shore of the river If Shortest and Quickest Roulc from Central Kentucky to All Points North I should fall in 1 should be drowned East West and South west and when youre he exclaimed drowned youre dead and when youre FAST LINE BETWEEN Youths Compan- Â¬ dead its for life ion 4r A - THE NEW FIRM OE Shackelforc k Gentry will continue business at the old Â¬ stand and will endeavor to merit the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased facilities Â¬ i 1 EMIICIl CiTEIL BLUE ROUTE Â¬ To Tlie Public BOOTS SHOES A2TD jJT- - Lexington SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati No 4 Ually S15 HATS THE OLD STAGE COACH No 2 Ex Sun am How Road Locomotion Was Accomplished Klglitj Slx Yearn Aco RrSuu No 6 this An Old Adirondack Birch THE KICKING COW pected at Kissengen V - -- a -- J WEED SMITH CHAS S POWELL SMITH h POWELL 4 i I ire Insurance Last seson the official had to demenager as usual of late and once mora the Prince has visited his favor- Â¬ ite autumn retreat accompanied by his faithful medical attendant Dr Schwe- Â¬ ninger for whom a suite of rooms is Of the rooms occu- Â¬ always reserved pied by the Chaneelor himself by far the most interesting is the cabinet de travail or work room on the first floor The whole of one side of this apartment is occupied by a long carved oaken bureau above the middle of whioh hangs a large wooden cross im- Â¬ mediately above a monster ink stand and blotting case On this bureau the Chaneelor places various ornaments andknicc knacks which he brings with him and it may gratify some of my fair readers to learn that among them is a small framed photograph of Frinco Alexander of Battenberg and a worn and rusty horseshoe picked up by Bis- Â¬ marck it is said in one of his long solitary walks about Kissingen At Kissengen the Chaneelor breaks At last wc found it In rocky doll of the dense forest a gigantic yollow birch reared its scaly trunk limbless to a great height before it branched and spread into a mass of foliage vivid green in the noon sunlight that came through the tree tops Around this gigantic birch other old trees wero clustered and now we noticed that nearly overy one bore somo strange scar- - witness marks made by men who searched these forests one hundred and sixteen years ago It is a noble tree this birch Its bark bears scars and marks and numbers cut there before tho American Republic existed It flut- Â¬ tered those leaves of vivid green as brightly and as merrily when King George the Third was King as it does to day Yes long before that thisi giant tree bad lived its quiet life bo fore Braddock had fallen in the am buscade near the Monongahola be fore Wolfe scaled the heights of Abra- Â¬ ham perhaps when Cromwell swept tho royal army before him along Marston Moor this tree was breath- Â¬ ing the pure Adirondack air Wo read the old inscriptions on the bark a few awkwardly made figures and traced out the lines N Y Tribune But Yet an Orphan The kicking cow is not only a nuisance but a blur on the dairy herd To be sure In buyl lg cows instead of rais Â¬ ing them you are very apt to get a few kickers in the bargain These cows can be handled easily by a good man as a rule though nt times you come across an old stager that puts you to your best work to milk her Wo know of but one way to handle a real bad kicker and thttt is to get a soft rope about four feet long and making her stand with her hind feet close together form with the rope a figure oight around her hind legs just above tlffe Â¬ How to Handle Her Successfully Without Inflicting Puln El mrtl ue refWeeHt Hie fMirapHiiy tlint lias the largest eapital the large pnlil up eetpMal the lurgert aeH the only ssr williout oompHny tlmt pays its dfceoMRt ami does not agree In its jvfrliey o make you wait fdxly dajw after a tire to get your money We wHe at the lowest rates given by any We represent ten of the Mrouget Ffre IrrSHranee Companies in Hie Fine Carriages J - I k iV Min fflaWssSBBBBBBBBBki 3VB3asasSSSSSSK filled with a noisy assorted family of ducks fowls turkeys geese and othor Yes muB- birds not one of which does Bismarok Dear me whore do your father allow to be removed He is under- Â¬ and mother live stood to spend hours in feeding and YoutiCs In Queen street mum watching his curiously assorted family Companion OfHnnauy then a in whose raids and quarrels and feuds Still Plodding he may possibly find an ornithological not Insure in the Best parallol for much that is passing among farms in this There are Oar eotoiwriies are backed by over the member of the still more curious- Â¬ country uponhundreds of feet of a pure- Â¬ which the Tbe Popular Xlne between S42fi000ft caiiital anil over 125000000 ly assorted European happy family aswets It will le loo lute afier yuu are CincinDati animal have IndianapoliSj with its Bear and Lion and Eagle and bred or even a cross bred owners of tho bwxei wit Call ami fee us before ynu never trodden whilo tho Turkey and proudly crowing Cock LAFAYETTE and insure elsewhere Our rates and terms farms do not oven know the names of London Figaro fcr the beat Vho breeds of horses cattle sheep or 28 2S SMITH POWELL swine They farm as they always have Tb Estln Trtltt OT TEtOCCH ITHlutit Curt Decline of the Cigar done and as their fathers did and are Pullman Sleeplncr Cars andElepjmtKe dining Chair Cars on Sight Trains It Is a fact whioh will astonish a satisfied to plod on thoir way falling Iffsgnlncent Parlor Cars on Say Trains groat many people that eigar smoking behind in the great race for progress Is on the decline in tills country Tho and leave the world without having acÂ¬ Etrwrrs CigarmaLcrs Journal says that during complished any thing more than to the month of August the number of leave the results of their labor behind and TU the C L St L 4 a lUIljrsy Big Foir cigars manufactured here was 69185 vhich should however have boen Tandalla Line and Ex falrrajin Bafiet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining 437 against 74433 100 during the same more judiciously applied Chair Cars New First Class Coaches Second month in 1887 decrease of 5247fl8 Class Coaches and Bagga Cars all run through An American visitor to the lost cigars Sinee January 1 13SS 505 without change between Cincinnati and St Louis 178019 cigars have bean made in New meeting of tho Browning Society in Elegant Reclining Chair Cars York a decrease of 18938687 com- Â¬ London writes to her friends in this BETWEEN pared with the output for the same oountry that she was both surprised Cincinnati and length of time in 1887 The sad truth and shocked at the look of politeness Â¬ XT Short Line C I St L k C and I B is brought to light that the popularity and even rudeness shown at the proCommodious Reclining Chair Cars of cigarettes is on the increase whilo ceedings While a lady was reading Slav cigars are slowly giving way before a paper before the society scant atten- Â¬ hiimpsliMeiirii Mi and SeohMow their pernicious rivals Arv Y World tion was shown by many of its mem-Â¬ KENTUCKY bers some of whom took their seats Via SHELDON a a a C I St L A C and T P A TT B Bdi The dis- A Pressing Business j noisily during the reading CARRIAGE At Chicago St Louis and Peoria close ted f m ctiselon however aroused the mo3t uedlate connections are sstde with all Lin if to What is your exottse sir demand vivid attention Ittooka theological and from the Northwest TVest and Sooth wot JOHN DONELSON od the judge turning to a juror who turn and had a violent controversial Ttrsagh TIctets tad t sll frlcdpl lOtti wished to be excused from duty pr4 if Pbopjuetok charucler In which thero was no con- Â¬ Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St I A C Rt altOTia this line at all Coupon Ticl tt Business your Honor I have a sideration for personal feelings Offices throughout the coamtrr a aa j pressing business HARRISON D MILLER JOHN ECANGsUPiiiudTkt Agent Yen but have you an engagement Land plaster is slightly soluble in CIKCHTNAT LQ to meet water and therefore gives immediate 109 IRVINE STREET Yes your Honor a binding engage Â¬ results on the crops that feed largely rTtfXvSCfcw 33 VIM Col1 aWrhJ ment nrTJBQkrBA arSiU a aMMilltIr on lime such as clover boanSpeas Next Door to Pott Omce J j oris i rassKt9Hr Well you may be excused under and other legumes About 100 pounds of Ww- 1 JtlV3BJPBBtl J 1 ulNl SUaiek pt y Auy JBBBSyg u rff aiiaaf Hy rMI ait the circumstances and the juror left plaster per acre on young doverSis Rcpairiiiff And smiling In his sleeve as he remarked sufficient and If used In connection rmkEVatSosnaKi VI OnePefiirntftiMtrrt - to hlmBelf I didnt tell any lie Im with wood ahi ij arc cue tthe cheap IMJMy r wttlt Agf Itftble j tme ot naflottBCbwald the owner of c job printing office and est fertilizers- lirp aadaS rrass crops twrpl M ampIe at Tie we havo considerable pressing busi Â¬ Dpliitoinff- - Doug ness there And if an engagement to A story is teRt or a young nmn tistq ta lMms for 3 nvatfc atr tt tbow tferta ta t yfv caU4 thr brrw vr xra jKvpcrt fcava W Tun get lot of books ready for tho mar Â¬ jfiho was going West to op4n a jowelry ra writ u m wan t Promptly CARPETS IAID IN FINE n4 Haunpleanc Wjt7 aA mxprr- Mtimt im XVniteh ket Is set a hlnblng one Id like to Ktore When asked what capital he - MAtcc JLdtrew SUsAoadfi Co SK 8Uiortlajid3lAtBe knovr what ip A crowbar had he replied Arkantaw TeotkitJf STYLE GivehimCaH 24- 27 a9e i through the general rule and appears out of uniform his favorite dress being a long black overcoat and a soft felt hat with a wide brim Another char- Â¬ acteristic feature of the Kissingen house is an outer court yard which is It Is only tho professional beggar graduated after a sevoro course of training who remembers his part on all occasions Mrs Bancroft an En- Â¬ glish lady was guilty of setting a very effective trap for a little boy who one day came up to her in the street whin Â¬ ing Please mum a alfponny mum So ungry mum Aint ad nothink to eat since yesterday moruih mum Do mum Im a poor horfun mum Poor boy An orphan Why CHICAG soxiis O gambrel joints drawing tho rope snug and making it fast This will hold her hind legs together so can not possibly that she kick After a few trials you will learii to put the rope on very quickly and it can not hurt hor When the cow Is raised sho should bo milked at first by a strong man with an oven temper who can tako the milk from hor without fretting either himself or the young cow To do this put her in the stanch- Â¬ ion along with tho other cows and milk her just as you would an old one When sho jumps or kicks muko no to do about it but keep right on so that sho sees you mean business and noth- Â¬ ing more Her cow sense will soon come to hor and she will stand con- Â¬ quered If she is inclined to kick thon meet the blow with the left arm until shefgivos it up in disgust If you lose your temper and show it then tho work is not only to be done over but the bod impression left mind young cows on the has got to be removed and it may take weeks of repentant labor on your part to accomplish that The best way is to agree with yourself when you sit down to milk the young cow that so soon a you feel your temper giving yay you will got right up and walk out of tho stable and stay out until you have regained your equanimity Mako that agreement and keep it and you will novor havo a kicking cow in tho herd Fatont devices are general Â¬ ly more trouble than thoy are worth whilo chains over tho back generally means that the man not the cow is in fault and for this reason it would be better to place tho chain around tho mans neck than over tho cows bock Amcriean DairQinan i BRAN FOR FEEDING Kcacbed ziiaanaiei Cincinnati St Louis Practical Conclusions GuelpH Out Faculty y the Peoria HI i WORKS 1 Itip ttti m -- ft mi 1 mmffljjtt m MOM In a bulletin of tho Agricultural Col logo at Guelph Oat Prof C C Jamos statas in detail tho chomlcsl Emperor Francis Joseph composition of bran and adds the fol-Â¬ A correspondent describes tho Em lowing practical conclusions as to its peror4rancis Joseph as ono of tho characteristics for feeding purposes Ho has baldost mon In his dominions 1 Bran food is a concentrated a rugged face half hidden undor a in composition whioh though variable Twenty Four Washings for Ten Cents mass of wild mustocho and whiskers possesses high nutritive value and his features at a first glance denote 2 Roller prooesr bran is on the something of tho ferooity of Wanted at all tlmea funeral Agents Salesmen for the hyena Retail Trade average richer than old process bran He has a hard frown a cold stare a Wholesaletoand adverUatnx In ealso men women boys ery vicinity anil girls do One Dozen Sheets In a package tor 0 cents Samples 3 Its excess of ash or mineral mat strong rasping voice and his habitual frcu ot Oroeeza oc by mall er the tors eminently ltd it for bone building oxpression is one of intense serious- Â¬ BLUINE 31FG CO West Acton Mass in growing animals and for supple- Â¬ ness He is however extremely 24 49 menting tho lack of mineral matters in gentlo good naturod and kind hearted roots His ruling passion is soldiering and sap ftS3 vxSiMYliiizoirnchlne 4 Its chemical composition points his favorite amusement- - sport Ho ai fem parts ib by r trade ta VoludB to the conclusion that It Is somewhat rises at five oclock summer and win Â¬ Qr mebtiica In5f N if tuuS roods when th popi can tea better adapted to the formation of fat ter and has disposed of a mass of busi- Â¬ ItfjH tir and production of hoat than to the for ness before most men are out of bed unrlarmhin mid In tllitnarl Liilih all U attachibnata mation of muscle or of milk Unless obllgod to attend a Into party t we wuj ana send rre a conpicta Iba ef esr eoatlj aad t isabta art 5 Both its chemical composition and he Is generally in bed by ten p m Ho I xusplts 1b rttarri wa ask tftat ro gramr waai wf scua 10 umm wis its physical form adapt It admirably as lives vory frugally takes beer at r rati at your borne and afwr yonr months all shall a supplementary food to be ued In luncheon champagne at dinner never iRffiftrlCv gmadeafttr This becameaoaehtBeown rerowmr is mad th nloacr patents fod Â¬ more than two glasses and smokes connection with poor aad bulky wuu iuti r3 ni fHurnis kronouzasotatcrsuiirHataa tho commonest kind of Austrian cigar der sueh as straw and roots srrtgrnmeBi ana uw mks toe AiO Settitnertstmcftase- a long thin weed with a straw in It 6 Its manurial or fertilizing value VBKOLS tTfftf5i 3falBshlMmthrid tt 1 PlAln called a Virginia This is tho favorto brisf 1UE praift frMawho nrite to rftfmtriui can se alone repays its cost s as on ioctrtioias a tYta llmii ta the world and tie rare tVco tho Dt sewictimcbta 7 By retaining and feeding the brae emoke of Vienuese cab drivers Over Â¬ fB4tiinofw4itf ht1iartrrvtaiuwB torlUTte America 740 Ancnttn MaiaO tvpon the farm tho objection to selling indulgence In it caused the Emperor be t tiie grain Is partly overcome viz the some years ago to and afflicted with a 27 2G for a long tima exhaustion of the soil since the bran gastric complaint W FT KpIImV Will huitl f ft hW vm w retains most of the mineral matter he was forbidden to smoke but he has House cueaper lutm any mail InMtown can not be derived from the air now begun again London Fiars Fbich The embargo upon the vast network of railroads In this section of the coun- Â¬ try has lod many persons to ask tho question What did the people do in the olden time before the days of rail- Â¬ roads when they were obliged to depend upon the stage coach for long or bhort distances In an address re-Â¬ cently given at the Boston Young Mens Christian Union by its president Mr Baldwin upon The Ethics of Busi-Â¬ ness he took occasion iu speaking to the young men to compare the present times with tho beginning of this cent- Â¬ ury The railroad steamboat steam- Â¬ ship telegraph telephone and the daily nowspnpor wore referred to He said from tho far distant parts of our country important news was received but bomi occasionally the stage coach tho messenger by wagon or on horse- Â¬ means and a back being tho very means of slow receiving or sending news from and to tho different parts even of tho State and how very slow and in Â¬ frequent to thus gather information or to reach by public conveyance the distant portions of our country Mr Baldwin gave the following interest- Â¬ ing facts regarding the list of stagos that ran from Boston at the beginning of this century taken from the Mas Â¬ sachusetts Register and United States Calendar published In Boston In 1802 Albany mail stago goes through Worcester Sot6 off from Kings Inn Market Square Monday and Thurs- Â¬ day at 10 oclock only twico each week and a rives at Albany every Monday and Thursday noon In 1802 74 hours from Boston to Albany In 1888 6J hours and six trains daily Boston and New York mail stago starts from Kings Inn Market Square Sum every day Sundays excepted mor ostablishmont Loavos Boston at 10 a m and arrives at Worcester same day at 8 p m leaves Worcester next morning at three oclock and arÂ¬ rives at Hartford same day at 8 p m loaves Hartford next morning at and arrivos at three oclock Stamford same day at 8 p m leavos Stamford next morning at threo oclock and reaches New York at noon samo In 1802 seventy four hours day threo full days and nights and two hours more from Boston to Now York In 1888 six hours with four trains daily to whioh may bo added the many daily trains via Boston Providence New York New England and Old Colony railroads Mr Bald Â¬ win stated that an old gentloman who died about twelve years since at over four score years of age informed him a few years before his death that intho war of 1812 he enlisted in tho One of the first Government service duties assigned to him was to take a load of ammunition by toam from Charlestown Mass to Albany N Y Two pairs of oxen drawing tho heavily loaded wagon at about twenty miles each day was certainly a wide con- Â¬ trast said Mr Baldwin to the present quick freight trains over the Boston Albany railroad the timo of quick freight now in 1888 being about ton hours Boston Journal Lve Covington 830 Kulmoutli Le Cynthlauiu- - xo03 ix05 Le Arr rari 1140 Arr Lexington 1230 am am ami o3- - p 1034 pi MCjO pr p pr pi pi s pas Le Arr Winchester Arr ltlclimnud Arr Lancaster Arr Htanford Ive llicliimind Arr UereH Arr Livingston NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve tert- Arr Itlclimond Lc Stanford Ive Lancaster Arr Illcliinnnd Lie Iticliiuund Arr Winchester Iarlb xi 50 i 35 pa 940 pxa 510 pm 600 pm 3 05 y-- pm a ix 30 1055 1115 pm pm pm pat pat w J R CPS Goods 7 la We have an immense stock of Pall--aad--Wint- er-- P 5 45 P Pl No L No 5 No 3 8eo am fttio CONSISTING OF 1025 am 1145 aBl A roaat 835 a bb r a yoo pm tC3 an P a6 am 4ess P 3P 1003 am 11 O RABES and 730 am Arr Iaris Lie Iexiiigton Lve lirls Lve Cynthmiia Lve Fnlmnntli Arr Covington xioo am 1 30 pm 2 5 pm 3 5 Pm 300 pm 406 pm 4 5 am 650 an from the medium price to the highest-- It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honost goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share 01 your patronage if prices are a condition PRICES P 00 pm IS a fcy pm Kespectfuily MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve No 12 No 1 Dully Dally Ex Sun Bx Sun WH melt2l iy 105 pm 140 pm S P S P Kto pm BTDoa pm LCE RICE Johnson Carlisle Matvllle MUlenshurg to ami 6c3aml 1135 Arr Paris Lexington Covington kao am 915 am 7iM an an NORTH BOUND Lve Covlngtou Lexington Paris Arr Mlllersburg Carlisle Johnson Maysvllle No II No 9 Doily Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 735 am 830 am e57 am 2Mt m LOVETT PATENT SEAT BUo IS FASTENER IU FASTEfflE 4as 7505 csi am 1015 am 1050 am 510 S47 in 740 pm pm pm pa pm pm pm ar- Â¬ mTISTAHDBEST IsTtlgrKQVrg3R SEAT No 15 leaves Lexington rives Paris 7 55 pm 715 p m Note No 3 toaily between Richmond Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester Direct connection Is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling V Va Ashland Huntington Charleston and Batern Cities FAST LINE Nos a and 4 run via Wln chcstervilld Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cans netween Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D O Through TIctteta and BtiEgaga Checked to any destination reached by a rail road For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or S F B MOUSE E II BACON Trav Passr AgL UenPaasr Agt CovfugtonKj Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON F B CARR AgL UouI Manager Richmond Ky UenRral Offices Covington Ky miMMIED It locks the seat firmly and Immorablr and yet It rail be ehaased hi aa tnataat Rami by raatt 25 cents In stamps or per dozen seta Toam Cnaaty and State Rtskts for Sale srnt and to parties purchasing territory tneso Seat rastcnen wtu be soM at a reiy low xtgare Address EOHLER XJLI2 UP CA rXXAXi STOCK 200000 CO C3 LU I --J 3 - MAMjFACTTRETIS OF THE MOST ESTENSIVEIY ADVERTISED LAUNDRY BLUE ill THE WORLD Business and Pleasure SacMers Proprietors and Sola Users of BEND FOB CATALOGUE 10 3 ehgles FilWrftaL Iraprarsd Perfscli tt3tilitiHsm All lforli Guaranteed as Jtprjented HQ FREEZE Glass or Dust SSTIIX3 SPIIL5 03SATaT2S NEVER cheaper and better than any other bluing in the world BLUIKE is more convenient than any other bluingBLTJINE is more economical because you can put in just the exact amount and no more BLUINE Is clean and neat no dust no spattering or spilling BLUINU is ia small sheets pacVed in a handsome envelope and would be an ornament on any table BLUCvE Is the cheapest because it Is the best 50 per cent I Dobbins CHICKEN Hecte Soap MraiiQiialily manned of THE BEST FAMILY SOAP IN THE WORLD Cholera Cure dffisp lltisSffiotljPire 1 Vg sHEorigaal IbrmaU faitlifciwepaldfsot has never changed in the sEgntest tM Jt frmtf jtonaf qualityTill day wlta 4 aMP to Identical la tbatxmade tweoty ess ecloa mlfiliii Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chi era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that fositrvely cures it has been made and to be con- vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied trith it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and yoar money will be refunded 19 18 WILLI tffOCKTpN Â¬ no otbersoa 1 F T1 in the vrorU does witbcot shiiakine toviss them soft and vrhte and Bkcmr TTnrt a la contains aoUalatr taat JnrotaeBiieat fabric Itbujaf and Varlr s wakes yesura ago Mta READ THIS TWICE rrUiKIalEaasrresvtttaTlairof li U UnXirctlicScaplsiaedlaeorUBSalr tlons Va OXE fcrlaXrSdestnte trial great rant pay too ta mike that jai tatedaadc J tfjoaptfiaiacXtiebjKbeDob U - time of W Â¬ TEattfclHgsItisejsiive5yto- iltei Br R 23 Sware of Imitations vVBiAavwvaaava TNSIST npta Bobsstaa Becsic DeVhi MaraJeVStro Mifflc PaiUdelpUa Eeetne eranrocWiVaiiasteybesasekiciKap JJfT ffl cteei aid arc dear any price Asktor - BeBXCrS EtBCTKIC a3rftakeaacaer Kearirr rrgrcerfioni Mains to Mexico fceess It la ttoet K years hasat avavwaavaaa B ft nvTOzv ni I kB esTOtrkl TJUaCOlz - - 1 BAD tasASn the taJx mapper aroard eaca and be cartfitt to falls Mr J c each wsid wrapper Yoa eaaaat waiclet rMmtWaryeaetftltiieMraMe aadtrahr waaasifal wM order fiasa Bis oeatvat wholesale gtteg1 P-- bar Bre2 mr7 i 27 53 1 lllBBmr -- ti - I