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PreacrIbo it and helieve it to bo the wry best expectorant now offered to tho people Dr John C Levis It saves thousands I hear the young men boasting toll Of many a lovely laa they know And praise each bright Kentnclry belle Whose lieauty sots their hearts aglow Bnt she whose sboe adorns my wall Is far more charming I confess From wonl to wire Mie bealsr tlicm all This little trotter Snslc S 1 in the New Hotel invite the public to call and see them room promptly Druggist West BridgeTrater Ta Some years Ayers Cherry Pec- Â¬ toral cured mo of asthma after the best uwdical skill had tailed to give me TeÂ¬ ller A few weeks since being littlo troubled with tho disease ajnun a 1 was ao do not blnsh to my she fnt Since on each race track she has shown it And as the little mare flew past Old Time himself was forced to own it C AIR IP ZESTS raea They have a lull car load of Carpets and Mass Ayers Cherry Pectoral has proved remarkably croup nnd invaluable as a family medicine therefore the largest lot the greatest varie- Â¬ D M Bryanteffective inFalls Mass is Chicopeo ty and most inviting prices the communi- Â¬ Ayers Cherry Pectoral rncrAiiED These carpets embrace Dr J C Ayer Co by Mass ty has ever liad Lowell Bold the same remedy I gladly offer this testimony for the benefit of all similarly nmictod F IT Hassler Editor Argus Table Bock Kobr For children afflicted with colds coughs soro throat or croup I do not know of any remedy which will give more speedy relief than Ayers Cherry I ectoral I have found it also invaluÂ¬ able in cases of whooping cough Ann Lovejoy 1231 Washington street Boston Relieved By And while our IHiiegrass girls win lion rU Onr Susio S is winning heats Fnrswlfterthnu the swallow darts Each hoof In rhythmic music beats and Manzlnlta own Her right the laurels to posses And een the speody Silvcrone Mobt staud aside for Snste a Patron At Somerset aud Shnrpsburg too At Mnys llle and at Nashville city She made poor Ben Har feel unite blue And Lady Almoufcry for pity In vain her rivals trotted out In proud defiance on the track She nut each oue of them to rout And left the record at her back When at St Louts sho was seen Bach sad Missouri saint and sinner With rage and misery turned green To find the IJlucgrass steed the wlnnsr Not tired of conquest yet was she And so to Buffalo soon hurried To let those Eastern folks all see How quick poor Ilourl would get worried And old Kentuckys heart beat high With honest pride and happiness To know that all New York stood by And cried Hurrah for Susie S 1 by all DroggUU Tr lee 1 lx bottIc an fs Kaf fyle 43 from the finest to the cheapest and will be cut made and put down on your floor at the lowest figures Dal Cliault l k If EW FIR As some old soldier proudly tells His generals triumphs oerand oer Or as our fair Kentucky belles Revive their ball room Joys once more Each time this horse shoe meets my sight At dawn or sunsets golden shining I think or many a hard won fight And her whose fame knows no declining FURNITURE Collins Hagan have a tremendous quan- Â¬ tity of Bed fioom Sets embracing every- Â¬ thing from a 150 set down to a 10 set Mahogany cherry walnut antique oak ash poplar and all other woods hard and soft Wo wish to announce to the Long may she triumph on tho track And though she lowers Time may he public that we have just opened Be too polite to pay her back in the house next door to the Gar Or dim her records brilliancy net t Ilouse on Second street a If by some new found shores there lay fresh stock of the best brands of A sheet of water proud and glorious Id surely call it Traynors Bay STAPLE and FANCY In honor of this mare victorious Elvira Sidnou SOUTHERN Miller GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We IMMIGRATION Interstate CHEAP for CASH CHAIRS CHAIRS Come and see us and be convinced that wo have a first class stock Â¬ at No house in this region has or ever had Seasonable Prices a more complete stock of Chairs Every We shall aim to secure a fair share grade is represented from the velvet and gold cushioned to the split bottom and they are made by the best factories in all DAVID CHENAULT 2D of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods CO the country HEW FIRM MR JOHN E GREENLEAF has bought out the interest of Mr W M Ballard In the late firm of Buchanan Ballard and the undersigned will con- Â¬ tinue the The Kentucky Penitentiary Chair Â¬ that for half a century has had an enviaAND ble reputation is found in stock besides those of the best houses in Louisville and URflertaidna Business Cincinnati At the same ilace They will keep on sale the latest aud handsomest styles of BLINDS BOND S Every variety of Window B55nds Shades alLsizes and kinds BED ROOM SETS Parlor Sets Wardrobes Bedsteads Chairs PIANOS- AND ORGAHSI - And everything else In their line Their prices will lo aa LOW as the LOWEST They will aleo attend all calls in the Undertakers line with a The Finest Instruments that the HANDSOME HEAESE fac- Â¬ They solicit your patronage 30- - tories afford and at living figures A C BUCHANAN JOIIN E GREENLEAF COFFINS No it Miare OUlm Immigration Convention which convened at Montgomery Ala- Â¬ bama December 1214 the following resolution was unanimously adopted to which your attention is most respectfully requested By the Southern Interstate Immigration Convention in Montgomery Ala- Â¬ bama assembled be it JRcsolved That thoe of the South ern States whose Legislatures are now in session or when hereafter next convened be and they are hereby prayed to make suitable aud ample appropri- Â¬ ations to promote the cause of Immigration and carry out to the highest success he plans and purposes promot- Â¬ ed aud promulgated by this Conven- Â¬ tion Jicsolvcdfurtier That the Secretary of this Convention be requested promptly to transmit to the Governors of the respective States and Territories repre sen ted in this meeting certified copies of the foregoiug Resolution with the request that they call the attention of the Legislatures of their Slates to the sa me The following States were represent- Â¬ ed in this great Convention Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Kentucky Loulsiaua Mississippi Missouri North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia aud the territory of New Mexico and each member of Ex ecutive Committee representing said Slated in the Southern Bureau has been supplied with two hundred copies of this circular in order tiiut the Gov- Â¬ ernor and each member of both houses of the Legislature of their respective States may be famished with this cer- Â¬ tified copy of said Resolution as order- Â¬ ed by the Convention at Montgomery In his admirnble tpeech before the Immigration Convention Governor Seay declared that our faces are for-Â¬ ever set to the eastward and forward is the best word in the language has to congratulate herself that she has a Governor who Is in sympathy with every progressive movement and whose voice gives no uncertain sound nu the great questions that are press- Â¬ ing for attention aud solution and it is believed that there is no State in the Soutli hut will through it Governor and Legislature place itself on record in the march of progression and ad vancement of its best interests by speedily taking sleps to aid in this great Southern work for all of which Respectfully we pray F B Chilton General Manager Southern Interstate Iummigratlou Bureau Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ labama Â¬ Soiithbbn Interstate Immigra J tion Bureau Austin Texas Deo 120 1888 J Dkar Sir At the late Southern i house in Central Kentucky carries a CLAUDE SMITH Desires to announce that he has opened a new larger or more complete stock of coffins Handsome Hearse elegant carriages Hardware AND Stove careful TIN WAEE HOUSE AT drivers experienced embalm or and pains No 26 N Second St taking funeral director -Hagan have Armers old stand In short Collins A SPECIALTY every thing in their line from the highest REPAIRING gentle horses Clinato for Consumptives The several climates of Florida Colorado and California have each been much prescribed for suflerprs from Lung Disease yet thousands of natives in those States die of this fatal malady A far more reliable remedy is to bo had in every drug store in the land aud oue that can be used at home 4 a remedy which is sold by druggists under the manufacturers JPbfiUlve Guarantee that if taken in time and given a fair trial it will effect a cure or money paid for It will be promptly relumed We refer to that world famed remedy for consumption or lung scrofula known asTJr Pierces It Is the Golden Medical Discovery only remedy for this terrible disease possessed of such superior properties as warrant its manufacturers in selling it undent guarantee Dont hawk aud blow and spit but Of use Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy druggisl the lowest from the broadest to the rowest from the thickest to the thinest from the longest to the shortest to 31 nar-Â¬ 0- - The Hon John E Lamb of Indiana says I think Mr Blaine will he the Secretary ofSiate because he wauls to bHe told me that he hod been - greatly disappointed in not being ablo Contractor jmd to fniah nut the term when lie was in I prepared with an experienced set of before Mr Blaine would rather be hands to do all Ktnas oi nossc duubius Sret8ry of State than President at and repairing Give him a call least he so expressed himself to me mar7tf Builder The Midway Clipper says J L Cogar bought 1000 barn Is of corn from Davis ness lately provo that the majority of Bro at 175 per barrel unhappy homss havo resulted from too John E Carrico sold to Harlnud of slight acquaintance previous to mar Â¬ Columbia Tenn 20 yearling mules 15 riage A handsomo face a pretty fig- Â¬ ure the step that suits in a waltz tho bauds high at 100 per heid Spring Â¬ chatter that amus83 for au hour are in field Leader too many cases all that is deomed The Cyiithiana Courier says that S necessary for a life long companion- Â¬ Reuaker shipped SS000 turkeys from ship Others havo failed because each that point the past season which started with tho idsa tliat marriage brought in over 30000 means getting not giving tho man in A barn and about fifty mules and tont only on the comfort he can obtain from an unpaid housekeeper tho horses were burned near Bardstown woman on tho attention and adulation Sunday Tboprierty valued at 10 of an cvcr pro8ent lover No altera- 000 belonged to Mr T O Crosier tions ra mnrriago laws or civil con- Â¬ A California farmer who kept acare tract can make such unions happy or rul finauchil account of the crop says successful Let men learn to bo patient and sym- Â¬ he realized 40 nu ncre from eleven pathetic to pause sometimes in thoir acres of beets A beet sugar factory iu fuller more varied lives to brighten Walsonville has disbursed over 250 with a littlo thought and love the dull- Â¬ 000 in that town till year er more monotonous ones of their The Flemiugsburg Times says J womon folk and let woman re K Vansaut sold 31 mules two years alize that tho lives of truo men and citizens can not always old in the tpriug to Jos Fluley of be cramped within their narrower Georgetown at SIU6 W S Belt 14 to homo circle and strive to tako an un Â¬ same at 90 Tints Overton 2 to same selfish pleasure in and to show a ready at 400 Johu Dorsey sold 20 to Robt sympathy with thoso wider outside in- Â¬ Powers of Richmond Va at unknown terests and nmbitions Just imagine the figures Jos Heudrlck 50 to E B kind of thing which a Frenchman who Pearce at S105 Al x Mcllvain bought In thoory hold the legality of marriage 17 from Jesse Hurst at unknown to bo unimportant to morals would prices have written and contrast It with that The shipment of corn from Baltiletter and Its note of Intense though conventional domestic pioty There more to European ports was unusually are 6corcs of letters breathing that large this season iesterday fivo spirit though usually expressed with steamships sailed with au aggregate of much more clumsiness and to uso the 332000 bushels There arc several other word which best expresses tho fact vessels in port loading and others are humdmmlnoss It Is that qunllty expected here soon to take on cargoes which is to us the satisfactory feature for Soreign ports The greater portion of tholottcr3 Tho humdrums arc In England the of the grain goes to Ireland although immense majority and to judgo from French ports and Autwerp have reciev these letters they havo no moro in- Â¬ ed some large consignments tention of attacking the marriage laws The Cultivator states Hie case as folas far as their main principle is con low s Weanlings by such sires as Red corned than they havo of agitating Wilkes Betterton Monle Crist o Wil against the principle of caveat omptor ton Baron Wilkes and Victor Von or tho rule that a jury should Bismarck when out of well bred consist of twelve Thoy have in mares are felling quickly at from fact never considered marriage as an 1000 to 52500 aud some even above Institution like any other but as a hu- Â¬ the light st figure namtd Mr Will- Â¬ man condition the very healthiest state of mind a community could en- Â¬ iams a Montana breeder bought live joy It Is only when a community bead of young stock mostly yearlings feels that marriage needs to be sus Â¬ and two year olds for 0400 paying Baron by tained by argument that it begins to 3500 for a be In danger Even tho few who Wilkes 218 would abolish marrlago havo never Nath Woodcock Secretary of the really considered their proposal for defunct Waldo Park Association has thoy neither suggest a substitute nor been tendered the position of Secretary apparently havo thought for an in Â¬ of the Kansas City Fair Assoclatinu stant what the social consequences Jockey Club but has not as yet accept Â¬ would ho to what utter slavery it ed the place tberc being a hitch in the would reduce women to whom after forty a threat of divorce would bo like agreement as to the price of his ser- Â¬ a sontenco of slow death or what tho vices In turf and sporting circles ruin It would work on tho next genera- Â¬ Colonel Woodcock is very popular and tion They propose tho change to get a highly competent and reliable racing rid of discomfort just as thoy propose official It Is reported this club will federation to ho rid of the Irish diff- Â¬ bang up no purse at their meeting next iculty or socialism to ho rid of occa-Â¬ spring of less than 500 while in added sional cases of suiTering from want money to stakt s they promise to be cor Â¬ Their lightness of thought Is bad hut respondingly liberal Ky Leader like the density of their opponents A Smith McCann part owner of the thought it proves that there is no real famous Red Wilkes stallion has filed question in the public mind London suit to recover 12050 from W C and Spectator Ellu France which he claims is owing NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY him on horses sold said France in the Things That Are Pretty to Look At Kvon year 1S87 in which year he sold seven Though Ono Cant Uur Thoin head of trotting stock to Mr Frauce Cologne bottles made of a dopo3lt of fur 19500 aud taking iu payments silver on glass with stoppers after tho three notes for 6500 The first was stylo of Louis XV have just made paid and 950 on the second note their appearance The silver is laid on so as to glvo an odd cut glass effect As the other notes are overdue Mr Five turquoises in the form of a star McCann has sued to recover Beau with a diamond in the center is the champ and Allen are the attorneys for design for a now pendent The points the plaintiff Mr France Is half own- Â¬ of the star are tipped with diamonds er of Red Wilkes aud the suit has caus Â¬ and single turquoho3 aro set between ed a great deal of tall among the horsemen tho intersections of the points For tho toilot tablo a silver powder Mr Elzey living near Bardwell in box with an entirely now shape has Carlisle county Ky has n splendid made Its appearance It Is much flat- Â¬ apple orchard aud as an experiment ter and larger around than the old a few yeans ago had a clxtern dug stylo Gold lining a filigree oxidized Â¬ cover and a chased oxldlzod body add eighteen feet deep aud nine feet in diameter cemented thoroughly making to Its attractions A gorgeous watch for femlnino wear a cistern which holds several hundred He then arranged a trough on stato occasions has its case covered barrels with rO30 diamonds Each brilliant Is from his cider mill to the cisteru conTho fob chain Is a tinuing tho manufacturer of cider until sot separately thick string of diamonds and pearls the cistern was full This kept nice and tho pendant a large pearl sur Â¬ and sweet all the year When he rounded by a bunch of brilliants wanted cider he would work the pump A card receiver exciting considera- Â¬ If an order for a barrel he soon pump- Â¬ ble admiration Is of gold and usually ed It He Keeps sweet cider all the large The rim is an oddity of scroll- Â¬ year aud his cistern never goes dry work after tho style of Louis XVL Clinton Democrat and the plate Itself is decorated with a Tattcwalls formerly stood at Hyde painting of a life saving scene Tho Park corner Loudon near Ihe famous coloring is dark and rich A unlquo and compact triplicate statue ot Wellington on Constitution mirror is made of natural wood with Hill which has now made way for im- Â¬ etched oxidized silver trimmings The provements and on the ground now side mirrors work on silver catches covered by St Georges Hospital It and may be turned so as to show the was founded In 17C0 by Richard Tat entire face and head It may also be tersall a Yorkshlreman He was ap- Â¬ folded in the form of a book with the prenticed to wool combing but like nil cover a single mirror Tykes his love of horses predominated Tho latent in clocks Is a small he took to curry combiug He round nickel time piece sot in bars of and oxidized silver From an opening in was forty two years of age when he es Â¬ tho bottom of tho clock and connected tablished his auctioneering establish Â¬ with tho movement is suspended a ment A few years laler he bought the spring to which is attachod a fancy celebrated horse Highflyer from Lord bisque ornament This takes tho placo Bollngbroke for POO guineas a most re- Â¬ munerative purchase of the pendulum aud to this A miniature gold clock containing a equine wouder he often attributed his watch movomont makes aprotty and after success Its rim is a con- Â¬ novel paper weight In the midst of tbo mass of literature tinuous group of oupids tossing In a wreath of roses and the dial Is quaint-Â¬ on the Irish question it is refreshing ly set off with figures of statuary ly Â¬ to come across such an article as Mr For hands Commissioner Mac Carthy Dublin has ing broken and disordered it has a pair of ivory scissors Tho written in Harpers Magazine for Jan- Â¬ uary upon Manufacturing Industry in whole rests on a skull and crossbones Jetoelerti WceUy Mr Mac Carthy holds a Ireland judicial position and has also been Hints to Horse Buyers honored by successive Government Ilio weak points of a horso can ba with the trust of assisting in the recti- Â¬ bettor discovered while standing than fication of the system under which by moving It he is sound he will stand firmly and squarely on his limbs agricultural industry was pursued in without moving them feet OatJy upon Ireland His article therefore would the ground with legs plump and natur Â¬ carry authority with it even If fit did ally poised for if the foot Is lifted not give internal evidence of being from the ground and tho weight taken a sober careful estimate of the situa- Â¬ from it disease may bo suspected or tion Portraits of the captain of in- Â¬ at least tenderness which Is a pre dustry and of others interested in cursor of disease If tho horso stands Irish manufactures accompany the with hia foot spread apart or straddles article It with his hind legs there is a weakness Literary Notes in tho loins and kidney are disordered Hoavy pulling bends the knees Bluish Book News for January John Wan milky cast eyes in horses indicates amaker Philadelphia opens Ihe year moon blindness or something else A with s number of superior excellence bad tempered ono keeps his ears It contains an article by Rev E E thrown back a kicking horse Is apt to Hale on Reading In Farmers Famil Â¬ have scarred legs a stumblimr horso ies a portrait of George Meredith has blemished kneoi When tho ekin with a sketch of his life the month Â¬ and harsh and does notmovo is rough ly comment on Hie new books by Tal easily to tho touch tho horse is a more than the heavy eater and digestion is bad cott Wlllismzj rather whoso breathing orÂ¬ usual number of reviews with also a Never buy a horso Placo your few illustrations from the books pther gans are atall impaired ear at the hsMt and If a wheezing ititereatltiK miscellany and a plate pa Â¬ sound Is heard it is wi indication of per portrait and short biography St It Thomas Nelson Jage trouble Pradteal Farmer Â¬ two-yeir-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ -- the Reason Why Marrlase Is Very quontly i Fatlnre Many letters wo have read with sad Â¬ The immense office structure projected by the Commercial Club of Louis Â¬ ville is now an assured fact The club already has in hand about 175000 from the tale of Mock and the New York Life Insurance Company have tnken bond on the LuIIdiug to the amount of 22S000 themouey to be ad vanced as the work on the building piogresses The legal business connect- Â¬ ed witii Ihe purchase of the bauds by Ihe New York Life Insurance Com Â¬ pany has been transacted by the com Â¬ panys Attorney Gen Benj H Bristow late Secretary ol the Treasury former- Â¬ ly of Louisville It Ii gratifying to note that oue at least of the great In surance companies of New York who have so long been drawing money from Kentucky are now commencing to invest it in our State in a way to pro- Â¬ mote the interest of our citizens The building h to be ten stories high in clusive of basement aud it is to cost not less than 400000 Â¬ 111 Cor AT McKEES OLD STAND Clothiers Richmond Ky JEa First and Main Streets Jfiaffi cs4l i HATS CAPS J2 GEHTS F0BHISH1H HOODS TBOMKS VALISES i The mercantile agencies present in thoir corresponding summaries of the five years preceding gratifying evi dences of progressive solvency iu our business interests Dun Co reports 10079 failures In 10S3 among 1045092 firms in busiuess the liabilities of the falling firms beiug 123820973 while In 1787 on 9631 failures thtre was an aggregate of liabilities amounting to 167500944 The worst rcord siuee lSS2was made in 1S84 with 10068 failures Involving 225343427 liabiii ties While there were only 266 more firms failed iu 18S4 than in 1SSS the liabilities of the former were 103 million greater On an Increase of only 26 per cent iu the number of failures the aggregate liabilities were about 96 per cent greater The smallest proportion of failures to the number engaged in busiues was in the Middle States about 1 to 150 the next in Western States about 1 to 128 the next in the Southern States aud Territories about 1 to 75 aud the next in the Pacific States aud Territories about 1 to 70 There was an average of 1 failure to every 93 firms la 1SSS aud 1886 and 1 to 103 in 1887 Buz- An Owingsville srwcial says zle Joiife a young man of Ihs eastern portion of this county was accidental ly shot by his brother aud wounded in the left thigh and the bono of his right leg was broken The boys had just cleaned out their guu and iu order perhaps to dry it quickly put in a small charge of powder to flash out The gun thus loaded was point Â¬ ed at Bazzle hi brother saying he be- Â¬ lieved he would shoot him Knowing to a dead certainty as he said that the gun was only loaded with a little bit of powder and just enough fuft paper to hold It Iu place Bizzle told him to blaze away And blaze away he did but great was his aston isment when Bazzle gave a cry of pain and blood began to flow from the wound Au examination disclosed the fact that some hard bubstance had gone through the fleshy part of the left thigh and penetrating the right had broken the large bone in it The surgeons probed the wound but failed to locate the missile that had iutlicted it and what Is was remained a profound mystery The young man suf Â¬ fered inteusely for several days until Dr W E Phillips made an incision near the wound from which after a large quality of matter had been dis Â¬ charged was taken a bra ferule or thimble from the eud of the ramrod used In cleaning tho gun and which had been fastened iu the barrel In the process of cleaning Ussibreiias Walking Ganes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men A variety of Gloves Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in profusion Prices to meet the demands of the times Â¬ apr IS tf W B WHITE JEHRJSEiHK D o JL o MAIEI STRSET 3 Jtll M Mi R Bt P3r3 eis 45 f they can for the Boglwli d- rtHosea hey are i do not Prescnp-Groeer 44 Mrs Mary Hall a middle aged lady of Pasadena Cul who passed through the city last night has probably the most singular calling of any person in America She m ikes a busiuess of accomp iniug the bodies of persons who die iu Southern California lo their homes in the East and nccordiug to her own story has found it lucrative 1 have been in the business about two years said she at the Union Depot last night and I find that it is not uncongenial aud pays better than any thing else I can do I am now en my way home from one of my profession al trips but will stop oil at El Dorado Kan my old home for a few days to visit relatives How much do I get for a trip Dillereut prices from 3 to 5 per day ray railroad fare and traveliug expenses I get 3 a day railroad fare and expenses for this trip but then I took It a little cheaper be cauee I wanted to visit friends You see the class of people who come to California in search of health generally have plenty of money and many of them put off their visits too long After a patient has been there about five weeks he generally dies or gets strong again The change Is so great in he climate thut it soon makes Itself felt Now it costs double first elasi express rates to send a body from California to the Missouri river which amounts to about 3G0 consequently it is cheaper to hire me pay my expenses aud feel sure that tho corpse will go through safely The number of invalids who go to California is iu creasing every year and my business Kansas City Is growing better Times Â¬ Â¬ K 4 vfce offices 3- u LIKB TO BsUU and oony QUEEN A3TD OEESCEFT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Boads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vickshurg and all the u PriClMPfllD is Smmi Eas ana SOuMe COAST- 4j BSDENT- THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC the Important Cities of the tSonth wllhoot ebasge Mornins and Niglit Trains Xlllie Ulliy T inn SSSaSSSTairS ZZcSgbZ ffS RUNNING THKOUGH CARS TO JACKHOXVII4A FLORIDA EC TWENTY EIGHT HOURS Traveters have a choice of two Mbi ot Steeping Car o Cnnnlnl Kfn4inn OllCClUl JS O l ICC QOEKN AND CRESCENT KOUTg XaBB KligiM Bot dolr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State Room Fatten passengers HokltBg UetceU vfn Ms Use m Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati therefore saved transfer across the Uty and are assured a Joanr attended with iptirf comfort and ccnveulcnee rthe t S Cs2 Po Nearly AU the Leading Railroads tfeuSL gvscry F Annie G S II -- X Tames Travel Tia- - Queen and Crescent gUES3 r - f Peculiar Jleans Applied to Hoods Barsaparilla the word Peculiar is of great Importance It means hat Hood Sarsaparilla is different from other preparations in roauy vital points which make it a thoroughly honest and reliable medi Â¬ cine It is Peculiar iu a strictly med- Â¬ ical sense first iu the combination of remedial agents used second Iu the proportion iu which they are prepared third In the process by which the ac- Â¬ tive curative properties of the medicine are secured Study these points well They mean volumes They make Hooods Sarsaparilla Peculiar iu its curative powers as it accomplishes wonderful cures hitherto unknown nnd which give to Hoods 8arsaparilla a clear right to the title or The Great Â¬ est Blood Purifier ever Discovered What 30 34 General Offices St Paul BaUdteg West Fosrtli St Cfcmnntl Ohio D O HOWARDS JOHN COAUliT Aettag Ueseral ftmengar Aaeat General Manager B X- - XTaST R CARROLL Weaecal Fretest Aavnl General Superintendent J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent JTCha0 Frank fce T I a Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths myER3 JDe JBL iTir jtxjpnrouiaj 1k inomas i 1- tf agistered to7P letter A- -M zSf Mouldings lAiHi Jfl f2rl5lSS9j MtX Aassx Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ely martf Roiali and Dressed Lumber Jjf There are 23000 pensioners in Sen tucby YAHTSTRATTQN Business College TISjSetLsOUlSVILLE KY m THE CLIMAX Climax THE TWO AMERICAS FIFTIETH CONQBESS to ESCAPE CUT OFF have good health and fine spirits not Â¬ withstanding his great age Tho World Ought to Know It teen In Second Session fa Jan 18 At quartet A cable is being laid between Washikotos Jan 14 Senate Mr Hoar Bt Paul Miks this afternoona fire was Nobody seems to be writing from this 8 iiaa dune for mo in the cure bad PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY past three oclock btrodneed a concurrent resolution ten neck o the woods yet there is more malignant Cancer which wits so Galveston Texas and Coatzacoal discovered In the basement of the four BY THE cotn ting the votes tor President cos Mexico Wiien completedit President ofwhich was referred to theand Vice story general office building ot tho Chicago news to the square inch down here than as to be considered incurable by the Covanlt went physicians in Chicago where Co will insure direct and rapid com- Â¬ tee on Privileges and Elections It provides Bt Paul Minneapolis and Omaha railroad there is at the news makers to be treated The hospital surgeons thtt the two Houses shall assemble In the hall on the corner of Fourth and Wakonta munication between the United of the Eosse of BcpreseataUres on Wednes Aunt Nancy Rayburn who lives a gave me up do noth Â¬ could ba given Before States and South America This day 13th February next at 1 oclock The streets those on warning floor the flames mile or so down the creek from here is ing for me saying they could even to the first FRENCH TIPTON iOne of my neighbore sent Editors is an outgrowth of Congressman oris bill was then taken up aad at 53 p m had enterod the stairway in the central eighty five years old yet she cut and AVm G WHITE cut me a copy of an McCrearys bill for a Congress of the Senate adjoarned after tbe reading of part ot the building and tbe halls made a roundabout for a colored boy one from a paper In advertisement House Immediately regard to Swifts that smoke were filled Nations In a speech the other the journal Mr Randall Pa from the Cou only avenue with escape wassothrough tbe day last week TER TEAR Specific and I began taking it I got the a resolution rescind day on the subject Congressman tnlttee on Rales reported dally adjournment at windows Theot hundred or more em Â¬ Mr James W Smith and wife gave a relief from the first few doses the one Jag the rules requiring a B oclock Mr Payson 111 moved to recomployes on tho second third and fourth delightful party the other night and it poison was gradually forced out of my WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23 1869 McCreary said mit the resolution with Instructions to report escape the also I had tlio honor to intrnduoe In the It back Kith an amendment making the de floors were and cut off from were nobyfire was attended by a good number of friends system and I was soon cured sound as there stairway from far and near Mr Tom Gibson Â¬ pendent pension Mil a coaUnuIng order for Jan since Ten inches of snow felljn Vir Â¬ Forty ninth Congress a bill to author- uary 15 Tho conference report on the bill In- escapes attached to the building they play ed the part of Tucker and did it up and well It is now ten months had ise a conference in this beautiful city creasing to I W0 a were compelled to await the arrival of I quit taking S 8 S aud I have month the pension of the ropes on Sunday ginia and ladders Two or three engines in brown style la 1888 or American nations to encour- Â¬ widow ot General HelnUelman was agreed to no sign of return of the dreadful dis- Â¬ Wasrihotos Jan 15 Senate On motion were on tbe scene a few minutes after the ease There are thoiibanils of people beon age reciprocal commercial relations Senator Isham GIIarris has The charming party given by Miss alarm was turned in bnt It was twenty of Mr Voorhees the Senate bill referrlngto the elected for the third term from and to promote arbitration That bill Court of Claims the claim ot the State National five minutes before ladder trucks arrived Sallie Cobb and Miss Eula Lee Rojce going lo their graves every jear with was not pAael by Hie Forty ninth Bank ot Louisiana for cotton taken by agents and rescued the inmates ot the upper just after the holidays is rather dusty Cancer and they ought to know ol the TeHHOfisee Congress and I rr iutrtxluced it in the of the Treasury Department after th Juno stories who were driven out 01 balconies now for mention but was worth its weight virtue of S 1E55 A letter from Stanly the Afri- Fiftieth Congress and it was passed The was taken from tbe calendar and passed and window sills by the flames and smoke in gold when it did occur The lordly Mrs Ann Botiiwelu Senate at li 20 resumed consideration of occupants of tbe npper stories is not and the great conference will beheld the tariff bill the pending Question being on All ot thety can explorer shows that he Au Sable Mich Dec 29 88 escaped means of ropes and lad dinner given by Mr and Mrs Harey dead bet continuing his research- In this city next year On thai grand Mr Vests amendment to strike from the free ders except two or three who in their fear Cobb in honor of the 40th anniversary of list Mttar of roses and substitute salt RELIGIOUS oecaIon representatives of every hide es House Mr Springer I1L called up as the and anxiety for safety jumped to the their marriage you have already noticed m pendent nation of the Western Hemis- special order the Senate bill for the admission ground before the ladders arrived Fred The Protective Tariff League phere will come together with hearts ot South Dakota and the organlzationof the Norrishman a messenger boy jump Â¬ Red House continues to grow The Prof B C Hagerman will preach at having North dined at Delmonicos Thursday beating for peace and closer commer- Â¬ Territory of fnlL Mr Dakota The bill floor in ed from tho second floor and was badly town is in two parts being divided by Autloch 011 Tates Creek next Sunday been read in Springer took the braised Fred Peterson a telegraph op- Â¬ and chipped in 75000 to further cial uuion and bow in admiration re- explanation of the rooasere and in advocacy of erator jumped and would have been killed Otter Creek but it is held together by at 230 oclock their cause verence at the shrine of freedom and the substitute the omnibus bill which he had he not alighted on the shoulders of an Â¬ a wire suspension bridge that reaches Bishop Hurst claims that there are proposed to oBer at a proper time The measother man Ai it was his skull was frac- Â¬ from Tom Karrs grocery over to Elihu popular government and thus partici There is a war in progress in pate In an event that will live forever ure was disoussed until 450 when the House tured and he was taken home insensible BiggerstafTs residence Neither Karr nor 8000000 people In Mexico who never adjourned William Jones was badly bruised by Biggerstafl has been to Richmond in such saw a copy of the Bible the Samoan Island and Germany in the history of the world WAsnisoTOS Jan K Skkate Tbe Presl A dents two messages in regard to affairs in Sa-Â¬ jemping from tho second story has insulted the American Hag Rev Dr Drew or Richmond Va in a long time that their old friends would The problem now confronting the moa and HayU were laid before office had Senate and C holding a series of meetings at the Bismarck doesnt apologize people of the Western Hemisphere Is referred with tho accompanyingthe documents leg Race of Cthe engineers chief engineera not know them W Johnson broken Presbyteriau church in Winchester Uncle Sam will pulverize him one of the grandest problems tiiat lias to the Committee aon Foreign ofRetatkws Mrs attempted to slide down a water pipe Callom presented memorial Women the WCTU ever confronted the people of any coun Â¬ National Christian temperance Union of Illi- Â¬ which gave way and heHfell receiving quarterly meeting will The United States Cruiser Ve- Â¬ try It is the problem of improved nois and other bodies in favor ot legislation some severo bruises J Beck a tele Â¬ The third annual District Conven Â¬ beThe second Methodist church sec held in the graph operator and Fred Slker a dark tion of he Womans Christian Temper suvius has a speed of 25 miles an social relations improved commerce for Sabbath observance against tbe running ot were more or less burned by the flames while ond Sunday Feb 9 and 10 Rev Mr trains and against military hour and snins that throw 600 improved communications and the set- Â¬ later State SundayThese and many similar me endeavoring to get out some of the records anceUuion of the First Kentucky Dis- Â¬ Rand presiding elder drills on Sunday Foraker tlements of disputes and diflerencPH by morials from other States which were present Â¬ Tbe Are originated in the paper room lo Â¬ trict will be held in Williamsburg pounds of Dynamite The Rev Milton Elliott of Kirks should borrow this boat to repulse arbitration These are the subjects to ed by various Senators were referred to tho cated in the basement Tbe damage will commencing on Wednesday night the A man who has practiced medicine Committee on Education aad Labor After Tho insurance is 13th of February and holding through vllle has been engaged by the Chris Â¬ for 40 years ought to know salt from reach about 80003 the White Caps be considered by the conference which other morning hour business the tariff bill covered by a general policy in the Home tian church at Mt Vernon to preach sugar read what lie says Resembles in this city next year It was taken up and at 8 p m the Senate adInsurance Company ot New York of the two subsequent days Williamsburg is a thriving town on during the ensuing year St Paul failed to have ice for its matters not under whose auspices that journed Permission was given the CommitToiKno O Jan 10 1887 350000 In London on the property of tho House N Co Gentle- Â¬ Messrs F J Cheney annual Ice Palace this month and conference may assemble There can tee on Post offices and Post Roads to report entire road the Kiwxville branch of the L circular letter from Archbishop A upon the omce appropriation R R It is tho seat of extensive lum- Â¬ Corrlgan was read lu all the Catholic men I have been in Ihe general Montreal is even worse off for its be but one result It will encourage providingpostthe classification of mil legislation TO STONE TURNED for clerks in first ber iuterests and eluce the completion churches Sunday placing Dr McGIy nu practice of medicine for most 40 years Palace was nearly completed but frienshlp and fraternity It will strength Â¬ and second class post offices The House then Strange Effect or Alkali Water on a Bur- Â¬ of the railroad has grown almost fabu and all his followers under law be- Â¬ en aud would say that in all ray practice collapsed on last Thursday commercial add business relations resumed the consideration of the Territorial led Corpse bills and was addressed by Mr Joseph N M aud experience have never seen a cause of the warm weather It will promote prosperity and peace who represented the claims of that Territory Winnipeg Han Jan 18 A remarkable lously will preach Sun Rev Dr Henderson preparation that I could prescribe with All the local unions iu the District tor admission into the Union Mr Struble Is throughout the Western Hemisphere case of what is alleged to bo petrifaction morning and evening lu the as much confidence of success as I can The Alumni of the University of The eloquent and patriotic utterances opposed the admission of New Mexico Mr has just come to light Sixteen years ago are urged to send a full delegation and day city Every this Methodist church voiced the Virginia organized in Louisville of the distinguished Ministers and ex Voorhees for admission demand of Washington a half breed named Rolade buried his wifo all people Interested in temperance are body who desires incan come and be Catakkii Cube manuractur Territory Pending farther de about twenty mies from this city A few cordially invited to attend and hear by you Have prescribed it a ureal on Thursday and every alumnus Ministers from the countries south of bate the House passed a bill making Columbus welcomed days ago he with some friends exhumed O a port many times aud its effect is wonderful in the State is requested to send us arouse to night responsive feelings journed ot delivery and at 515 p m ad the remains intending to carry them to tho papers and discus ions on different Dr Parker the Relational preacher and uould say In conclusion that hk name to Mr Temple Bodley in the breasts of u ail They spoke Washisoton Jan 17 Senate Mr Hoar another burying place Upon opening phases of our great work from tbe Committee on Privileges and ElecOur meetings have always been both who was talked of as Beecher succes- Â¬ have yet to find 11 cate of Catarrh that tbe coffin the body was found perfectly the committee ably and effectively on the line have tions reported back without amendment the chairman of ser- Â¬ it wonld not cure if they would take eyes and mouth being just indicated and they will find that concurrent resolution recently introduced by preserved the the bair quite black and pleasant and profitable aud those in sor is going to institute religious partly The case of the Commonwealth the people of our republic are ready to him as to tbe meeting ot the two bouses to natural open and at attempt was made to attendance have gone away strength Â¬ vices at which smoking will be allow Â¬ it according lo directions When the result the Yours Truly further services in the Masters ed Courier Journal vs Mrs Mary Hunt for the killing co operate with them in every movement count aad declare Tbe Senate of 1 J SOElectoral lift the remains it wai found quite impos- Â¬ ened votes Calendar at resumed L L JORSUCH M D sible as they wero completely petrified vineyard Kick Tliomas at Paris three of that seeks to ennoble humanity the consideration of tho tariff bill the pending Tho remains of Dr Jas P Boyce Office 215 Summltt St Examination showed that a small spring Sarah E Randaij Prest years ago has finally been decid enlarge liberty and promote republics question being on tbe amendments to the tin of miuUter or the Baptist a prominent plate paragraph Consideration of the tariff alkali water bad been running through Mrs L M Dodge Cor Secy will give 100 for any case of We ed and Mrs Hunt will go to the For years we have been too tardy in biH was continued until 5 p m when the Sen- the coffin and the action of the water on church who died recently at Pau 32 33 Penitentiary for three years this the greatest Republic In the world ate adjourned France were brought home ami buried Catarrh that can not be cured with the remains had caused petrification As- Â¬ House Tbe Speaker laid before the House a sistance was procured and the remains Catakkii Cuke Taken In- Â¬ in cultivating the friendship aud fra- Â¬ Sunday in Cave Hill cemetery communteetion from ex Governor Gray ot In Charles Dilger the Louisville mur- Â¬ last SPREADING NORTHWARD raised to the surface and transferred to ternally good feeling thai should diana stating that on the 12th instant the resig ternity and Louisville the city where thoy were weighed Tho derer has been found guilty and sen- Â¬ Hovey as Representative from of F J CHENEY CO Props The people north of the Ohio exist between the people of the Wes- Â¬ nation A P weight was found to be 703 pounds Rev R B Maboney formerly or this tenced to death This is the second tern Hemisphere but hail this move- the First Indiana Congressional District was Toledo Ohio or his place has resigned the pastorate river have long held the opinion ment and the efforts that are now be- Â¬ received and accepted Laid on tbe table time he has been condemned to die KIsslonarlej Massacred siySoId by Druggists 75c tee church Baptist In Stanrord on ac- Â¬ Kuklux and similar disorder- Â¬ ing made throughouf our great contin- Â¬ After the transaction of some unimportant busÂ¬ that House resumed the consideration of iness 29 33 count or ill health aud Is now agent ly and murderous people belong ent as a harbinger of better and bright- Â¬ the Territorial bills The Senate bill was read onZanzibar Jan 18 During tho atattack Development of the South the German missionary station Tugu by seetions far amendments Mr Springer then for the Union Ceuttai Life Insurance CONCERNING excusively to the South But the er days the insurgents massacred four German The Manufacturers Record of Janu- Â¬ FARMERS- moved to strike out the enacting clause and InÂ¬ infection is spreading and the ary 5th while not intended In any Company sert the House Dill 868 with certain amend Â¬ missionaries one of whom was a woman wIkj are only THE PROPUSED CONGRESS OF AMERI- ments Mr McDonald Minn offered his sub Three missionaries fell into the hands of way as a special is we believe the There Is an Episcopal Church in A Pittsburg man has gone to Europe White Caps tbe Arabs and are held for ransom One stitute for Sprirgers proposition Northern Kuklux have expanded CAN STATES of tbe prisoners is a woman Tho Admiral most important issue of any Industrial Philadelphia composed entirely of deaf to iutoduce the American system or WASHiSGTOJf Jan 18 Senate The Pres beyond the bounds of Indiana and idents message returning without approval commanding the German squadron has journal ever published in litis country mute The pastor Rev H W Lyle pool selling a bill lor of Wm R Wheaton and landed a force at for the There are many striking valuable ar-Â¬ is himself a dear mute This is believ- Â¬ Ohio their native soil and have telegram of Wednes- Â¬ Charles Hthe relief A Washington The Farmers or Peddleton county Chamberlain who had ticles First Is The Future Center of ed to be the only church In the world stopped over into Pennsjlvania day has the following to say of our ter and Receiver respectively ofbeen Regis- purpose of garrisoning the place the Land have resolved ngaiufct raising tobacco In composed entirely r the dear It has the Worlds Iron and Steel Trade is now time lor Foraker and Congressmans effort to have a great Office at San Francisco prior to 1877 to pay Charged with Wrecking a Train the preseut year salaries ot two lerks the amount Dob Cameron to shoulder their international gathering of representa- them the was presented and readto The bill and Charleston W Va Jan 18 A man which the matter Is discussed from a one hundred and fifty members of 3800 V T Woodward will sell SOO hun- Â¬ guns in defense of their country tives of Central South and North message were referred to the Committee on named Frank Dickson a former residentot new standpoint showing that the The German missions Ztnzlbar are dred horses iu combination at Lexing Â¬ Wayne County was arrested at Roanoke South must inevitably hold this posi- Â¬ Public Lands The credentials of Mr Frye America determined to resist the efforts of the ton beginning February 18th for the Senatorial term of six years from the Va Thursday on a charge of having NOT THE TARIFF Guv McCreary held a 6omewhat ex 4th of March next were presented by Mr Hale wrecked a passenger train opposite this tion and closing with Ihe sentence insurgents to hurl them into the or that section of any native That nation placed on file and at Son have about 50 The World which is New Yorks tended consultation to day with the 1130 read and consideration of The SenatebilL city some months ago at which time tbe nation wnlch possesses supremacy in soup They are men of peace but they White resumed the tariff greatest newspaper and whose po President npon the subject of the pro Â¬ House Consideration of the Territorial bills conductor and firemanwilland train were the production of Iron and steel and In see no reason why they bhould sacrifice nice cotton mules for sale Tbey are be brought to question being on burned up Dickson resumed pularity is attested by having the posed Congress of the various South was MacDonald the pendingfor the Springer om Â¬ this city soon Ho claims that he can their conversion to final forms for use themselves to the digestive versatility anxious to sell them aud will sell substitute and Central American States to be the of African warriors Their defense or them well worth the money largest circulation of any paper in heW prove an alibi a substitute for will dominate and control the com in this city next year This is a nibus bill which Itself Is House proceeded the the mission station at Senate Dakota bill Tbe im Some dis the universe says merce of the world In view of the against the rebels was a great victory Probably the largest individual sale MacDonald substiSPEEDWELL guised Republican in the Demo- measure that was first introduced inÂ¬ mediately to vote upon theread but which em Â¬ fact that the Soutb already dictates that has ever been made in the Forty ninth Cougress b Gov Mc- tute which has never been Â¬ or land for what is termed muscular Christiancratic camp remarks every few Creary which however at that Con- Â¬ bodies the main features of the omnibus bill the price of pig iron iu Northern and Breathitt was that made by William Oakland school closed ihe iSth inst York World ity New tbe ad days that the Democrats were beat Â¬ gress failed to pass At the last session except that It provides forTbe immediate was Western markets and of the certainly Cox to William Helnman ail Chicago mission of South Dakota I D Todd has moved on the farm that it is destined to be the worlds en in the late election by the tar-Â¬ of Congress the bill making the appro- Â¬ rejected Yeas 117 nays 1 substitute After several parlies a tract or 7800 acres on Frozen MATRIMONIALiff issue Nothing of the sort priation and perfecting necessary ar- Â¬ amendments being discussed the House finally bought of II B Dillingham greatest center of iron and steel Indus- Â¬ ror 78000 or ten dollars per acre This agreed to the omnibus Springers bill with The world has sliown that in the rangements for the Congress became a amendments as a substitute for the Senate Young Holland shot by Daniel as re- Â¬ tries this prediction of examining aud H 8 Gay or Garrard county land all lies under Ihe old Reynold Mr twoHtj odd States directly inter- Â¬ law by being heartily indorsed by the measure by a vote ot yeas 140 nays 98 ported heretofore is better but his recov- Â¬ controlling the commerce of the uorld and Miss Lizzie Todd or Madison coun- patent A Tew years ago one dollar per W Washington Sesate The Tho Timber is of profouud interest influenced by the agi- Â¬ President In conversation to day tiie tials of Mr HoarJan bis new Senatorialcreden- ery is by no means certain ested in and ty were married on Wednesday Jan- Â¬ acre would have been considered a fair term for by W Howcott Supply or the South tation for tariff reforms the net President informed Gov MeCreary commencing March 4 next were presented by price for the boundary Who says that wonder what the g h and g b is the most complete article on this uary 16lh 1889 by Rev John G Fee We file Tbe cerDemocratic gain was nearly 50000 that he had been in receipt of a great Mr Dawes read and placed on o Breathitt is not on a boom Jackson of this weather for January They subject ever published giving a vast the Delaware Hustler over the vote of 1SS4 What did many letters from representative of the tificate of thetopresiding officersAnthony Higgins thinks very quiet of late Legislature the election ot DIED- hae kept amount or information a3 to the quanti beat the party we have frequent- Â¬ various States which are to participate as Senator from that State was presented by Mr The Georgetown Times says was referred to the J M Hendren will have the old stand ty ot standing pine the annual conly explained and shall repeat and be a part of the Congress that lie the presiding officer and and Elections on mo Infant of Charley aud Fannie Clark B Proctor who lives near town and Committee on Privileges rapid increase In values fitted up nicely and put in a new stock sumption when the lesson seems to need re anticipated a very full and complete tion ot Mr Edmunds who said that the died la Tuesday in Madison county also near tho line of Ihe Cincinnati of timber land list of Northern and representation and looked forward with paper was evidently not in conform- about the 10th of February statemeat of the law Â¬ Mrs Henrietta C Fox wire or Tlios Southern railroad has been very un- Â¬ great Interest to the meeting and be ity with tbe IS requirements consideration of Squire James Todd for eight years foreign owners of large tracts of SouthThe Senate at 90 resumed AH THERE JOE ern timber land c while Ken Â¬ H Foxdied In Montgomery county on lucky In Ihe past nine years he has lieved that it would result in great tbe tariff bill and took up the sugar schedule Magistrate in Yates precinct died Thurs lost 13 horses six cows 2 calves and 52 tuckys Timber Wealth is ably dis the 16th aged 61 years E No amendment was offered Mr Joe Mulhatton has been good He sees what he believes to be bill was considered until 520 p m Tbe tariff day January lotli of softening of the cussed by Young E Allison The re- Â¬ grown horses some of which were killed After a John B Wllgus a prominent citizen brain doing some editing down at Har the opening up of greater com- Â¬ brief secret session the Senate adjourned view of the Souths progress in detail of Lexington and uncle of Mrs G C on the railroad but most of them dy Â¬ passed provid House The Senate bill rodsburs the past few weeks mercial and social relations between ing circuit courts at Ilelenawas the Eastern DisW II West has taken possession of in 1888 and a summary blnce 18S0 are Francis or this place died on Satur Â¬ ing from natural causes He estimates in country and the Central and Recently the announcement was this horn the horses at from 35 to 160 per head trict of Arkansas Fort Smith in the Western the property vacated by I D Todd He full of interest aud give a vast amount day American Republics and District of Arkansas for tbe Northern Dis Â¬ tbe cattle at from 30 to 60 and tbe made that a gentleman in that Soul believes has had the store nicely fitted up and ofstatistical information that can be fully ot Mississippi the Western District ot prac- Â¬ that it will Mrs Syntha A Shepherd died at Ir- hogs at from 3 to 17 the total loss agÂ¬ town had a piece of his grandmoth tically demonstrated that muchbewisdom trict Carolina the District of West Virginia will transfer his goods to it soon South had nowhere else Through special Wednesday January 16th gregating 1658 at Charleston Clarksburg and Wheeling at all drees that was made by her of has been shown on reports this ifcsue contains n full state- Â¬ vine Kyon the part of Congress ot which places the district courts with circuit The house vacated by W H West can ment of 18S9 in the 74th year or her age The grown in Shelby county 125 by the passage of the act aud that cotton the pig Iron production of the Gen W T Withers has sold the folit court powers are now held and at Clarksburg years ago or eleven years before will redound to the glory of the United In West Virginia where a district court Is now be had on easy terms by a good physi- entire South during 1888 something burial occurred in Richmond cemetery lowing trotting stock Dumnorix b powers which there was a settlement in Ken- Â¬ States and build up at a very early held but courts has no circuittbe samewhereby cian who comes well recommended in which waa never done before so prompt- Â¬ on Friday Deceased was the mother a five years old by Almont dam Dame footing are put on all these tucky Next the announcement date a marked increase in the trade be with all other courts and the judicial system every respect He is needed in this vicin- Â¬ ly after the end of a year Probably or Mra Claude Smith or this place Duncans Black Hawk Jr to W T it no industrial journal lu this country was made that a trunk that was tween tlii and the other Republics In this regard rendered uniform throughout the ity Apply to J M Hendren Rheumatism CrosthwaltVersallles Ky 750 Crahb States It also provides for writs of brought over in the Majflower was President Cleveland la very much in Unitedin capital cases and prescribes the prac In regard to the location of the R N I ever had in lone issue so many articles Is undoubtedly caused by lactic acid Almont b s six years old by Almont error The Manufacturers to be seen in Harrodsburg in a terested in the matter and assured Gov tice In such cases A bill to regulate Immigra B R R we have only to say we are of such merit in the blend Tills acid attacks the dam Fysaulttte by Arabian Fysaul to Fol- Â¬ McCreary that everything looking to- Â¬ tion was reported The fortifications appropri on the line of the cheapest construction Record is devoted wholly to tbe devel- Â¬ fibrous tissues aud causes the pains In W W Dinsmore Maine 500 Noble fine state ot preservation ation bill was considered ana passed Resolu ld lowing that came the news of a ward the assembling of the Internation- Â¬ tions expressive of sorrow at the death of E and that is all the boom we need There opment of the South by Ethan the back shoulders knees ankles Born hlk s were adopted after man aged one hundred and six Â¬ al Congress will be guarded and cared W Robertson of Louisiana5 3J p m the Houss is no necessity for calling attention to the hips and wrists Thousands or people Allen Jr dam Matella by Almont to a number ot addresses At REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE immense quantity of sand and building years Now we hear of a for so far as within Ills power adjourned have round In Hoods Sarsaparllla a same buyer half interest 400 Ella stone on this line in Mercer who got a finger man The following list ot desirable prop- Â¬ positive cure for rheumatism This Hatcher r ra dam by Telegraph to IT BESTS WITH CONGRESS APPALLING ACCIDENT oatangled in the plow line and erty has been placed in our hands for medicine by its purifying actiou neu- Â¬ C W Durham Little Utlca New lVbst Bayard Has to Say About a War DOYLESVILLE bad the finger pulled out by the sale We will take pleasure in showing tralizes Ihe acidity of tlie blood aud York 500 With Germany roots but the man wrapped up the Evxksville Isa Jan 29 The diffi- Â¬ quoting lermtt aud prices also builds up and strengthens the The times recently printed a com- Â¬ New Tobk Jan 17 The Heralds culties between the brids contractors at Mr Johu P Wall near this place is thesame aud wounded hand and continued his BpettsTille Ky It munication from Mr W Z Thomson Washington special says Secretary Bay Â¬ new two story brick metal roof whole hotly A and the Louisville St ard speaking with a friend few days ago ery sick of fever a plowing Next on the subject of reducing tbe tobacco Residence situated on West Main Louis and Texas railroad bad a moit trag Â¬ Mr Alfred Thompson has been very Street rooms large and conveniently NEWS PARAGRAPHS ic termination this afternoon at 4 oclock regarding the attacks made npon him for crop for the preent year and express Samoa permitting the Germans to occupy sick but is improving THE PARAMOUNT QUESTION when the draw broke in twain precipitat Â¬ ingawish to hear from persons who located gas water works hot air fur- Â¬ ing about forty employes Into the rirer said The State Department has done all L P Milward died In Lexington would be willing to curtail the crop at Willie G Allen has gone to Claycoun nace good cistern stable aud in every The Toledo Bee a prominent more thin one half of whom were drown Â¬ that it can do in regard to Samoa All the correspondence with Germany in relation county to help bring some coal down the way a desirable home Gen J B McConnell a leading least 25 per cent from that or 1888 Ohio Journal expresses itself as ed before assistance could reach them A to the situation there including the alleged Two cheap houses on East Main lawyer of Oage City Kan and a He has received responses from per Â¬ follows United States Senator light retrospect Is necessary to under Â¬ abuso of the American residents in the is- Â¬ river sons who grow the weed representing stand the accident Since the completion land Is now Blair of New Hampshire who of the bridge about ten days since Born to the wife of Raymond Shearer Street four rooms each aud kitchen promineut member or the G A R in possession of Congress 400 acres probably one sixth of Ihe there Some of it was sent there more than a year Terms easy was fatally shot at night bv Hon no help yet has just paid President elect Har- Â¬ has been trouble between the ago Any further action mast necessarily Jr a girl Two girls and 200 acres ot good Blue Grass Laud James McMunes while coming out of amount grown in the county who are Raymond rison a visit of two days believes contractors and the road as con Â¬ large Residence near school and church the latters residence McManes sus- Â¬ in favor of the proposition It would to the term of the contract and pay Â¬ come from Congressago The American for that General Harrison will inaug- Â¬ ment for sul several months made a request There was a big hop at Mr Jason W everything a farmer could desire pected improper relations between the doubtless be to the Interest or all to- Â¬ the wort Last week the first L Whitney has Allens the other night and we all had and and Secretary urate an aggressive southern pol- Â¬ St L T train adrertlsed that it would a bacco growers to unite in the move- Â¬ An unimproved lot on High Street General aud Mrs McMnues done icy Mr Blair knows a South make IU maiden trip to Henderson but kept one there permanently as he had un Â¬ a jolly old time ment Georgetown Times next to J Brooks residence 200 Ex Representative Singleton at Honolulu upon a similar request I of Ctnplina gentleman who organ- Â¬ when it reached Spottsville it found the derstand tbatthe Trenton now at Panama The Good Templars lodge is still going feet front aud 253 feet deep desirably Mississippi died Iq Washington Fri ized the first company of Ku klux draw thrown open by order of the con- Â¬ bos been ordered to Samoa to reinforce tho located Size of lots lo suit purchaser this place L and the train couldnt pass day night He was a member contin- Â¬ who will join the Republican par- Â¬ tractors authorities atonce appealed toThe Kipsic but neither ship would dare take on at are debating E Parkes and J E railroad A new two story Frame Residence uously from the Forty fourth to the Olds the any overt action no matter what the Ger Â¬ ty and the Kuklux gentleman courts of Henderson and an injunction mans may do to the isanders Under on West Main Street ten rooms de- Â¬ Forty ninth Congress Mr Singleton Mrs Millie Berry and Mrs Jerry B knows of more who will do like- Â¬ was granted against further interference Section 13 Article L ot tho Constitution sirable home Kentucky and was seventy-If yen have made up your mind to buy wise if and if The New Hamp- Â¬ with the trafflo of the road until the full the right to declare war is vested entirely Noland are trying to get up a spring Building was born In unimproved Seventeen equiUes of the case bad been decided years old He was a member Hoods Sarsaparllla do not be induced to take six In Congress Tbey are as fully cognizant school at the Doylesville college shire Senator says that the bal- Â¬ This decision was rendered yesterday nine lots aay other Hoods Sarsaparllla Is a peculiar Lots In Lyman addition of the State Department medicine possessing by virtue ot Its peculiar lot will not be fair in the South granting the temporary injunction and andtho situaton as knew a year ego just The Doylesville people are all awaiting sold Cheapest lots iu Richmond of the Confederate Congress Senator Frye until the power of the people the road announced that its first train as much as ho does now The funeral of Owen Brown son of combination proportion and preparation If war patiently for a tide in the river so they f 4 to 10 per foot curative power superior to any other article would cross the bridge to morrow morning de Â¬ can get some coal They arc needing a shall be at the polling place This brings with Germany is desired it must be so Two story Frame Residence seven John Brown the abolitionist and last A Boston lady who knew what she wanted the matter down to this after Â¬ clared by Congress We have done all in fire very badly Durham and Wells es- Â¬ ready to protect rooms two cisterns good baru aud 8urvIvoroftlie Harpers Ferry trage- Â¬ and whose example Is worthy Imitation tells with force noon It seems that tho men to the num Â¬ Â¬ the her experience below dy was held at Pasadena Cal Thurslarge lot on Lancaster Avenue The usual pat on the shoulder if ber of about forty and aeting under In Â¬ tive matter that Is poulbe for an Execu pecially Department residents you will come with us the curse structions from tbe contractors had gath Â¬ there will be amply American but when A one and one hall story Frame day and was attended by an immense protected There has been a great deal of sickness upon in the air you refuse Whether ered of it a the draw and placed npon eachÂ¬ it comes to a contact with the forces of a in this neighborhood for some time and Cottage in Estill addition just com- number of people Owen brown was end number of heavy rails intend beventy four years of age and had liv Â¬ anything was said about a fair ing to obstruct the train in this way toÂ¬ friendly nation the matter assnmes a dif Â¬ now it is getting worse than ever the mat- Â¬ pleted cheap M In one aspect What tho Germans will do A oue story Double Frame Dwelling ed for many years in retirement at Sarsaparlllastore where I went to bny Hoods ballot in New York and Indiana morrow and not violate the courts ferent the natives of Eamos and our rela Â¬ rimonial fever being about to break out the clerk tried to Induce me buy with House on lot 100 feet front 212 feet Pasadena during the conference is not re- Â¬ instruction by opsaing tho draw tions to Germany in the same connection Old bachelors you had better look out the their own Instead of Hoods hetoldmethelrs would last longer that I might take It en ten deep on Irvine Street nearRR cross Â¬ ported As the views ofSonator Just before four oclock this after Â¬ are matters that require considerable dip- Â¬ girls are coming sure Hon A B Smith died at his home noon the Bewhag Green Gen- Â¬ days trial that If did like It I need not lomatic delicacy and can only be settled ing A good investment Blair the expressions are of minor eral Dawes bound for this packet near New Castle Saturday of carbun- Â¬ pay anything etc I But not could not prevail he city whistled througrrdiplomatic channels unless as I A S Berry bid farewell to Doylesville A nice little Cottage Home for a cle resulting from a blow at the base of on mo to change importance as the reflected sen for the draw to be opened that it might have said Congress decides to Interfere to last Wednesday to tpend a few days with I told him I knew what small family on North Street Hoods Sarsaparllla was I had taken it was Ihe brain received a few weeks since timent of the President elect they pass thrpujh There wa a prompt re-Â¬ the extent ot declaring war his rrother in Richmond and then he is sponse and Two story Frame Residence with Mr Smith was an active and successsatisfied with it and did not want any other contractors are full of significance Of course men were stillwhite all of thethe ponderous going West He is to be accompanied by standingupon Frederick I3ald wis on trial at Eliza Â¬ Horace Wells and Bennie Park We alj basement well located aud desirable ful farmer aud a leading member of the Blair educational bill was dis- Â¬ draw it swung open and the steamer beth well improved farming the State Grange He was at one 400 murder of cussed Its author expressed the passed into the opening But just as she HillerNa J for tbestudent was Edward L wish you a safe arrival there boys and lauds Acres of divinity eight miles South eabt of Rich- time a promiueut candidate for Lieu- Â¬ acquitted got beneath the bridge there was a dull belief that tnis part of the Re strange Baldwin fell upon his knees in prayer and when you get there for goodness sake mond When I began taking Hoods Sarsaparllla cams from tenant Governor pubUcan doctrine will bring the powerfulcreaking which next Instant the thanksgiving while tbe crowd cheered stay there I was feeling real miserable suering draw and the Six unimproved Building Lots well the the verdict party more immediate recruits passengers on theDa was saw the great wing The New York Herald claims to a great deal with dyspepsia and so weak located 60 feet by 150 to 190 feet with that at tunes I could hardly County O Ax inmate ot than anything else and that Mr of the bridge break into two parts Immedi Â¬ Infirmary made tbe Lickingto burn the have Information of a sensational con Â¬ and had for some time like stand I lookedÂ¬ RED 110USE alley at back on effort a person In con ately over the center of the pier upon spiracy by English detectives in this sumption noodjs Sarsaparllla did me so Harrison was favorably inclined which Two new Frame metal roof Resi Â¬ it and both wings with their building by firing a room in tbe Insane much good thrit I wonder at myself sometimes to its passage The constitution- Â¬ weight of iron and human beings plunged department The fire was discovered be Â¬ F M Lutes is looming up here as an dences six and eight rooms new de Â¬ country to blow up with dynamite and my friends frequently speak of Jt Mas ality of such a measure or the downward a distance of forty feet and in fore any damage was done important new merchaut signs and just completed on good size one of the great steamers in the New A Goft 6t Terrace Street Bosto- nA new indictment has been found at York harbor the object being to make Eixa desirableness of establishing such an instant sink beneath the surface amid Mauch Chunk Dr H R Gibsons practice extends lots well located Pa against Henry Cook wHd shrieks from the doomed workmen a precedent are not matters and lamentations of spectators Two unimproved lots in Crow addi- It appear Ihe work of Irishmen aud engineer of the first train that crashed wider and wider every day thus create a reaction in America worthy of discussion among the of the unfortunates tbe their limbsMany into the excursionists at Mad Ran on the tion bod and statesmen Will it bring imme- Â¬ necks broken before the draw reached the leth of October lost causing the loss of Harvey Parrish Allen Deatherage and you desire to sell or buy call against tho Irish cause which would SoMtrraltdraggtots flj xfer SS Prepared only secure Ihe adoption or a British-Americj Squire Bill Williams come to see us every br CEU00D 4 CO Apotfcoetrtw Lowell JUss diate recruits into the partyf watex and all being thrown downward smy lives on us for terms Pyran Bouohes has been arrested at day extradltioa treaty IOO Thats the question so then ojwa tbeInIron traek and beams or en Â¬ SteubeBviiie O for the murder of Respectfully tangled hit its debris were borne down 28 2S shell out the peoples money Judge Peters the old but active and 18S chilli la Osteber Mr Ssiuel Shearer Sr continues to Poweix t HjiiTn aerer to xueagata The world ought to know what 8 S Printing - I Â¬ MICE 150 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 88 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If Â¬ Â¬ well preserved ex Justice or the Court or Appeals who lives at Mt Sterling has retired from active practice He Is writing a series of biographical sketches for the Mt Sterling 8ential embracing the pioneera of that section of the State If the old geutlemaii would extend the scope of his work he would make a valuable addltloti lo Kentucky histori Â¬ WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COUNTER AND cal literature now so very scanty The Owensboro Inquirer refers to an A law abuse which needs correction requiring the counties to support their feeble minded persons would probably be Ihe most efficient cure There Is a nniiiiirnldinnositiou UDon the part of nearly every citizen to get his hind in iiie public treasury but when the mou ey has te come right out of his own lo- Â¬ Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to cality the claim Is more likely to be all of our customers anil friends who may take advantage and we The Inquirer ob- Â¬ offer closely scrutinized serves Dr J Q A Stewart Super Intendant of the Feeble Minded Insti- Â¬ tute at Frak fort has just said a thing jn his report which deserves the atten Â¬ tion of the next Legislature He al- Â¬ ludes to the practice of quartering idiots in our stock on the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rates upon friends or committees who are paid S75 a year for taking care of each of them while the unfortunate is shut nut from the benefit or such training and development as are ottered by au The Institution for the feeble minded phut of payiug 75 a year for the care of a pauper was well meant but it is 00 often abused and there are many cas- Â¬ es some of them in this town aud count3 where even parents collect this stipend from the State for the care of their own children although tbe latter are able to work On a ar Mo re Extensive Scale ROM EVERYDEPARTMEN Silks Woolen Dress Goods Calicoes Cottons Hosiery Underwear Knit Skirts Kibbons Laces Handkerchiefs Yeiling KID GLOYES ETC ETC ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR Â¬ Â¬ Large LineOF Wraps OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE -- Â¬ Halls Â¬ I I Â¬ fr Â¬ Plush Jackets TJST -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Halls Childrens Cloaks Â¬ I oE3i7 WE ALSO HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK variet OF- - Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ It WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YOU CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN WALL PAPER ElSeTV Goods 1 Â¬ Put on the Counter GJ Daily apl8 tf Respectfully UULMIU l x vw uiumuiuiij Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond 1 Dir-es-Sale- Â¬ Â¬ Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OPENING OF 3 ra3td it Â¬ ers Â¬ Â¬ OVERCOATS U l- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AND four-year-o- m Winter Clothin g Hits CAPS AND PTIRHISHHSTG GOODS LAEGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES 1 man-of-w- ar J fb Â¬ e ure LOWESTKMEfe - it Â¬ if Â¬ To Qet Suits toOrder Erom SamplesFIOC GUARANTEED We will make you a - stfit vta order from 15 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HoocPs rrtd STCttJPPERS THE OLDEST CLOTUISQ HOUSE IS R1CHM0SD FIRST ST Â¬ Sarsaparllla Doses One Dollar rhay2 tf - JSir an If m HR9 New Furniture Firm Mr J S Collins has sold to Mr T S Hagan an interest in hfs extensive furniWEDNESDAY JANUARY 33 iSSgi ture and undertaking business and the new firm is styled Collins Hagan The Jlungrin Quartette Monday night new member of the firm is a son of Capt J C Hagan for Carpenters work see ad of H University and graduated from Central two years ago He requests Tjler Batter his friends lo call and sec him Good nn for sale privately by Mrs B For Jailer Taylor See ad Elsewhere in this issue will be found in phrenologist Profettor Foster the at the announcement of Mr A J Broaddus the cwrt hovse to night as a candidate for Jailor of Madison Hungarian Quartette at the Court- Â¬ county Mr Broaddus is well known The having filled the office of Assessor several house next Monday night years ago He was a candidate for Jailer hi Urmston want you once before with good prospects but Creole Bennett quit the race to avoid any complications to come look at their new goods ladies of Richmond will or- - arising in the party He will see you and The young talk the matter over with you gxnUe a Cooking Club at an early day Â¬ THE CLIMaAjX Mr Leslie Oliver has returned from Inine and is at work for Gormerly Co m Tobacco Shipped Mr H H Colyer shipped seven hogs Â¬ wareÂ¬ The case of Rowland vs Doolins house Louisville last week They sold Admr has been affirmed by the Superior as follows 1150 740 480 court per hundred and the seven hogsheads brought a total of S6743S Tom Stevens formerly of this place the total being 8460 pounds The to- Â¬ trill remove his confectionery from Lan bacco was prized by Mr Sanders near catttrtoFord Fort Estill and Mr Colyer says was the best handled of any of the six hundred The new insurance firm of Burnam Hume issue their pronunciamerito else Â¬ hogsheads on the market that day The market was encouraging the prices ruling where in this issue heads of tobacco to the Enterprise Lets Have a Fair Some months ago the Maoison county Fair Grounds were sold to an individual who purposes demolishing the amphithea Â¬ tre and selling on the ground in town lots This ought not to be For nearly a quarter of a century MadUon county has had her annual Fair It has become one of the features and institutions of the county and should be perpetuated But the gentlemen who have for so many years conducted the fair have grown tircJ and the younger men of the county should take the exhibition in hand What coun- Â¬ ty has finer horses cattle mules sheep hogs or jack stock than Madison county What county produces better grain or more of it or finer fruits and vegetables Let the young men organize and continue the Fair The grounds arc desira- Â¬ ble in every way and in good repair The amphitheatre is far superior to the aver- Â¬ age buildings in the State and a little energy alongwith fair judgment ought to make a highly creditable Fair Â¬ Sio A charming poem by Miss Elvira Syd fears that the effort to curtail the coming nor Miller on A Shoe Worn by Susie crop will not result in any great good as See first page S every man who docs not enter into the Common Pleas Court wfti in all proba agreement will be at liberty to put in as biliy adjourn to day after a profitable large a crop as he pleases and the idea that others will not plant the usual session often days amount will increase their crops Son sold to Doty G J White Wacos Sand Again Walker of Garrard county 35 large cot- Â¬ Richmond Ky Jan 32nd 1889 ton mules at I175 per head higher than for a long time Mr Colyer Received of Mr T T Covington January iSth 1SS9 a specimen of sand from Waco Ky The quantitative analysis resulted as follows The only genuine treat for the winter Silica 96000 per cent w23 be the Hungarian Quartette Monday Silicates ot lime soda and night Tickets at Stockton 1 15 potash Willis Silicate of Alumina - 120 Luzon will dispose of a laminated steel Sesquioxide of iron 029 breech loading double barrel shot gun Llcr I a02 by raffle in a few days A few chances Loss 001 left at 35 cents Total 100 Remarks The specimen is a very pure Mr J P Simmons shipped four thou- Â¬ sand hogs during the season just closed variety or sand consisting almost entirely It is the result of decompofor which he paid the farmers of Madison of quartz sition of granite and feldspar in which county sixty thousand dollars only a small trace of iron occurs It County Assessor McPherson vld his must be absolutely free from iron before place near second toll gate on the Irvine it is fit for making plate or croun glass turnpike to Mr John F Wagers for 900 And as the iron does not exist in the and he in turn sold same to Mrs Fry for specimen as a silicate it can be seperatei f975- from it by means of acids and heats The Rev W Y Sheppard was this week the specimen is a valuable one and the great Â¬ recipient of a nice buggy est fieid for its usefullness in the arts is in horse from his friend Mr Wra Arnold the manufacture of glass bottles polishing of Madison county Harrodsburg Dem Â¬ of lithograph stones sand paper of fine variety and glazing porcelain and earthen ocrat Respectfully ware Mr W T Edwards will open a grocery Dr H W Bright on Main street in a new house he is build Â¬ Analyst and Chemist ing next door to W B Whites clothing store The Telegraph Office Mr J K Hutsell of Milldale Ky G W Harp sold to Col Herd of Bell county 150 acres of land near Kingston last week succeeded Mr Shaw as teleat t3o per acre Also to G J White 50 graph operator in Richmond the latter removing to Ford acres at same price While on this subject we should say Messrs Crooke Bennett Urmston somethiug in regard to the telegraph ser- Â¬ have inaugurated their Cheap counter vice in Richmond that is probably not and you siuHild call and see them No- generally known That a half day is tice their remarks elsewhere in this issue often required for a telegram to come from Winchester or Paris or some other John Thomas the great humorist is neighboring town is a well understood with the Gypsy Quartette and his humoris true is not known ous songs add a pleasing variety to the fact But why it by the public A wire runs from Rich- Â¬ programme Tickets for sale at Stockton mond to Winchester and thence to other Willis towns But this is a railroad wire and The stray mule advertised in last weeks does not carry any but railroad messages Climax was claimed by Mr M A Other messages must come and go by Phelps When you find or Jose a horse way of Lancaster Lebanon Junction r mule or other animal advertise in Louisville Frankfort and Lexington A telegram sent from Winchester in The Climax the forenoon of Monday reaehed Rich- Â¬ Mr Joe Pigg went to Springfield on mond at 215 too late by 15 minutes to Thursday and purchased a ten passenger see the train go out But where the coach for the line between Richmond and delay occurred would require an investi Irvine It will be put on the road when gation like unto the impeachment of Warren Hastings or the inquiry into the spring opens What Rich- Â¬ French Spoliation claims D R Francis was inaugurated Govern- mond needs is a direct commercial line or of Missouri Wednesday by simply and that is what she will not have until taking the oath of office in the presence of the R N I B is completed Till then the general assembly the judiciary and send a boy to walk and Carry your tele- Â¬ executive departments grams Samuel South oldest son of the late Jerre South a native of Madison county diei at Frankfort on Monday Â¬ Â¬ three-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Col T S Moberly has returned from Dakota He sold 65 blooded cattle a Vatican colt and two Poland China pigs for 6000 Hogs in Dakota are some Â¬ thing new under the sun Mr George WJones of Kansas City ii having a monument erected over the grave of his father the late oseph Jones in Richmond cemetery that will be one of the largest and finest in the grounds SH Oden as agent for Col H P Thomson sold to Jas M Benton the lot corner of Maple and Boone streets in the Thomson addition for 1000 Mr Ben on will erect a handsome dwelling on it Winchester Democrit Messrs Brinkley Brothers have remov Â¬ ed from their place next door to the Post Office to number 9 First street the house occupied some years ago by J O Dunn Co as a dry goods store and recently by W M Blount as a grocery Kanya Geza The most novel attraction of foreign celebrites yet seen in America and direct from the home of the great Kossuth rec- Â¬ ognized as the greatest violinist and com Â¬ poser will be at the Court house Monday night Tickets at Stockton WiHls A Prophet Eight or ten years ago Mr W B Smith was making a speech in favor of the Three Forks Railroad and said Gentlemen build this road and the sand of Waco will sell for ten cents a spoonful The last sale quoted is twenty cents a spoonful and cbyr at forty cents a pound Ilut It Was Dark Sunday night in Richmond was about the darkest on record and there was any quantity of rain and mud mixed with a little snow People going to and from church got so badly mixed that they nearly forgot what church they belonged to and many of them gave expressions in language that indicated a painfnl lack of any church connections whatever Peo Â¬ ple bumped against each other jostled one another about pushed and pulled and tugged and cussed walked over barrels boxes plows grindstones stumbled over cellar doors and fell in the gutters The gas ought to be turned on again The town is out of debt The council have done a noble work in pulling the town out of its financial ruts and there Â¬ for are receiving the plaudits of the citi Â¬ But these same complimentary zens citizens want gas and want it badly They must have it The council must turn on the gas at once The gas compa- Â¬ ny offers to furnish the gas at the exceed- Â¬ George- Â¬ ingly low price of 18 a post town pays 22 Paris 22 Lexington Lebanon ML Sterling 25 22 50 t jo ro Danville S22 co Cant Rich Mr Council mond afford to pay 18 we want gas AVe want gas We want gas We want gas WE WANT In the language of Mr De Witt GAS I Millers little girl I want a goat want a want avaS I want a goat I 1 bankers in the City of New York it was Boad horses troltera and runners The Gnide Acme Flour the Bet Flour Made or money to You want a guide for shrubs and flowers sold by Covington Arnold decided that the raUin shod In any manner desired I have GRAND CLEARAKCE Bro There is one hawk that never catches a build parallel and competing railroad 3033 Just received an extra lot of four year For fifteen cents well send you ours chicken the tomahawk p lines should be discouraged growth timber for repairing For eighteen eighty nine Woodson Herring aged 19 years old second The new President of Switzerland is All work guar- Â¬ all kinds of wagons The statement or the Northern Pacific Weve much enlarged revised it through did Iu Garrard county named Hammer He ought to drive railroad for the second week in anteed at the very lowest prices Shop January Both in its shape and type its new Underwear very cheap at Covington back of Brookss drug store things at least shtiws gross earnings of 238478 as com Â¬ Three colored plates and frontispiece too 21- Mitchells Respectfully The Danville Advocate in noticing the pared with 137709 for the same week And elegent design 8febly 8 L M1DKIFF The Vunderbllts increased their For 18 years of my bug In 000 Hfe In death of a dog named Jack says he was last year or an increase of 8100769 Each flower will illustrated be Richmond the people of Ibis asd ad Â¬ estate 14000000 last year ugly but faithful Each vegetable novelt Â¬ defaulting joining counties have bees exceedingly By a paragraph elsewhere in this colThomas Axworthy the Slelson fine soft hats variety of Treasurer of Cleveland O reached generous to me by their pat re nape loir A man in Richmond has mislaid a load umn it will be seen that the K C shops The book is practically free stjles at Coviugtou Mitchells 24- Toronto Saturday riiijht aud will which I beg to return my mmt stfteere of coal and cant think for the life or him at Covington have been sold and that All copies will contain t merit that rone Certificate that will procure new shops will be located elsewhere the future thanks and hope what he did with it Mrs Dr E Matt accidentally make that clly his home In somethiug liberal patronage in tbefetere lam is an opportunity for Richmond to The price or Guide in seeds tis sure This receiving killed herself with a pistol at Fulton Axworthys shortage was John L Sullivan and John Barleycorn add largely to its population and business So send and youll obtain like 100000 all of which he has made Ky Wednesday had a round in Boston last The largest and best Seed Catalogue Lets make an effort for the shops good and Mr Sullivan was downed The best line of Gloves in town Is lo t in the world James Vick Seedsman daily and have now in s4oi k the largest While our papers arc being run off Advice to Mothers be found at Covington Mitchells ever It and must complete stoek ttmt JlnWErsLoWB Soormss 8nur ihonUslirsTi A Louisville fellow drank half a gallon there is a feast of reason and a flow of Rochester N Y 24- my It re t used when children ars catting teeth natural been hom in this eily in a soul going on at the court house time and died What of whisky at one Ueres the little niilerent once it prodncea The In a Gghtj between a deputy U S three story Ixjiklinj is pocked n4i from ileep and the little rhernbawakesu bright Wllliam Cornwall been elect Â¬ quietbatten It is very pteojaot to taste It cellar to roof But oa er about Mareh Why didnt he object of the meeting Is to feel the pulse of Marshals posse aud a mob at Wealh waste of raw material a pais die first I will reeeive two ear loaiiu of Wall the people in regard to the railroad from erfonl Texas seven men were killed ed Presfdeut of the Buaid of Trade of aoothes the chiUaoftenttheeiiBiaUayianreined rego lates the bowels and i the beet known and I have Mt room Is stem Louisville roraunncea wnetuer anting irem teeming or Lebanon to this place God help the including two prisoners A professional base ball catcher was same so I propose t make ream by Twenty are cents a bottle cwexcaiuee s If you owe Covington Arnold saerlfieiog my preseBt shot in Dallas Texas Wednesday This right Harrodsburg Sayings and Doings 65 Everything new just opened Cnll 30 33 in all probability is his last ball for the The prospects for railroad building in at the new stand on First Street Ar- Â¬ Bro go settle with them The crop ot Florida oranges turns season Kentucky are constantly enlarging and nold building James Pemberton killed a French- Â¬ out to be a large oue II A Round With The Climax Carrier there is more activity at present in the or- Â¬ man named Cheviot nt Greenwood in Wall Paper good value at 15c haw ir Saturday week should happen to be a ganization or new Occasional complaints having readied James McCorniick near Maysvllle Pulaski county roads and in the deveJ aftfcf the office that The Climax is not al Â¬ cloudy day the ground hog will remain lopment or plans for building routes al- Â¬ Killed a burglar in his bouse which 38e H lSJr out or his hole and therell be an unpre- Â¬ Rev Marlon Eldridge aud Mis3 ways regularly delivered by the carrier to Me- 3 Gilt ready chartered than has been exhibited proved to bo the son of respectable 11 a h nfrp it 40 Emma Howard of Ford were married subscribers in town we took occasion the cedented skaseness about winter for many years Unless there should be neighbor K H Me e 011 last Wednesday other morning to make to round with the What did the children sing at school some interruption to the general prosperi- Â¬ H Me Imp l New French Satteens at Brinkleys carrier and see for ourselves 31 38 asked or a small boy ty of the country it looks as if Kentucky to day was Use nothing but Covington Arnold at SMfMemir A copy of The Climax was dropped They sang that bull frog shore he in- Â¬ would in the next two years build more It Bros celebrated Acme Flour the Mr F L McChes ney is a candidate price ami all other at ert pdaae in a merchants door and the carrier nocently replied He had misunderstood miles of railroad than any Stale east of 30 33 Mrs Betsy Turplu died in Eilill best iu the market ImMek Yotrm with for Mayor of Paris had scarcely turned away when a street the words pull for the shore the Mississippi countj Jim Johnson was held in the sum of GEO M WILIGIXG 32 31 arab hardly large enough to carry a paper Jim Ellick Lee a Danville coon im- Â¬ Judge A E Richards attorney for the 53000 for the killing of Mosley at Piue picked up the paper and calmly tucked it An Open Letter bibed a quantity of good red licker Louisville Southern and Mr Pearson ville on the 24lh ulL his coat as he proceeded on his under Boonesbouougii Kv Dec 24 1868 went to the turkey pen whatever that the Chief Engineer were in Richmond DH1VEBSITT I CEHTBAL FOR JAILER way A large and well selected stock of This is to certify that I suffered with A little distance down street the car is busted loose with a butcher knife cut on Saturday They said that the line mit-v V vr AdKIU U a namlklate for Jailer my kidneys aud back from the year Hats Cups c at reasonable prices at of MoiIImiii oiunly fcubject lo the action of rier met a gentleman going to his place of off a mans nose and knocked down a would be located to a point within a mile 24- Covington Mitchells the Democratic parly woman or February and 1875 to 18S0 and was often confined to of Richmond by the 1st business The gentleman said he would JAMES C LACKEY Is a eatxlfctete for The SECOND 1TERM of the preeent my bed when in the year of 1880 I Dr Thomas R Welch of Nicholas- Â¬ Jailer of Moilhton county subject to the ac Â¬ take the paper into the house In an It is announced that a wild man calling that as soon as all the rights or way are called on Dr T B Smith who told me ville and session of this ineiiliMfctM will begin Josephine Stanley tion of the Democratic jwrty Mls hour his partner called at the office and himself Jim Billy has been caught near settled which are now nearly completed 8AMUEL BIOOEUSTAFF is a eaBJWat force will be put to work said that no copy of The Climax had Somerset A to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney were married on the 15th She for Jailer of MadlMHi county oubjeet to 3-JS9 It occurs to us that there are a large or Tonic and if It didnt cure me he action of the Democratic party engineers will work from been left at his house that morning He too many of the Jim Billy tribe in Ken corps All persons indebted to Covliiglon would forfeit 50 in cold I accepted THOMAS S FERUKLL K a candidate for was told to return to the house and look tucky for the capture or one or them to be Beattyyille toward Richmond to meet the Bro please call aud settle at Jailer of Madison county Mibjewt to the ac- Â¬ Bnt students will be received an ami Arnold corps now on Tates Creek They say his proposition aud used two bottles as once in the overcoat pocket of the other mem- Â¬ or any consequence tion of the Democrat party after January 1st ami chained mr the 30 33 directed aud it eflected a permnnent Waco has a future as well as Beattyville JOUN HILT Is a camlWeate for Jailer of Term only The ber of the firm which he did and found cure Waller Harlan aged 19 years son Slpdtson counlysubjeetto the aclktnof the have never had the least There is a movement in progress at the paper party The earnings or the Cincinnati New my back since and of J S Harlan of Boyle died sudden Â¬ Democratic Not more than a square away the paper Lexington to remove the Hart statue from Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Com- Â¬ symptons or pain In A J BROADDUS Is a candidate for Jailer kidneys are iu a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ ly while out on the farm of the court house The change should by of JlodlHon eoBHty subject to the aetkm was thrown on the veianda of a residence 81the Democratic party Get the thinly clad pany operating the Cincinnati Southern dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic you want to make a nice cake his way to school came out of all means be made A boy on If I- - CM railway for the month or December the greatest medicine on eartb GEORUE W MAUPIX is a candidate for will tie in elmrge ot Messrs sttbjeet to the land and J AI Duncan buy of Covington Arnold Bro the Jailer of MwlKon countyparty the house folded the paper into his pocket young lady a room at the Phoenix or 1S8S were 319497 an increase of 21 Special at Â¬ 31- JS ATHANIEL TEVIS action of the Democratic celebrated Acme Flourl 30 S3 tention ill be given to and carried it with him Before noon his send her South for the winter 400 The yearly figures are not ready Klduey Tonic for sale by W mother sent word to the office that the It is announced that Mrs Nellie Mar Â¬ but the earnings made up from the G Smiths Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ George A Feathers formerly a mer Â¬ FOR ASSESSOR White carrier lorgot her house that morning shall McAfee will lecture in Louisville monthly reports show the years gross mond Ky chant in Lancaster died in Garrard 81- A J WIIiLOUGFIBY h a eandtdate for This brought us to the limit in that the 23rd on Is Marriage a Failure Aftsetsor of Madison county saefeet to the earnings to have been 362449030 incounty last week aged 61 years 3- action of the Democratic party direction and we turned into another Now it will be in order for somebody to crease of 246938 over the year or 18S7 Bud Smith colored stabbed John Covington W J HARVEY is a candidate fer Assessor Wiiieli will be Mitchell have the lar part or the town for belter luck The lecture on Is a Chestnut a Chestnut whhMti extra This increase of nearly a quarter or a mil- Â¬ Arnett a young white man to the ot gest and best line of Overcoats at very of Madison county subject to the action - eltargp KMr L T DavhfcoM rf llw paper was thrown over into a yard and Bourbon News the Democratic party lion on top or the increase or nearly a heart killing him almost instantly in has gewor 24- low prices Call and see them C R TCDOR U a candidate for Assessor of Courier Journal Company a little girl ran out to get it She was The editors who were at Ashland in half million in 1S87 over 18S6 an aggre- a bar room fight at Cyntblana tne ousJy siipplietl the uoceeuary apfMtnUtM Madison county subject to the action orW- accompanied by a frolicsome pup and the 18S0 are compelled to think that the lady gate of three quarters of a million in two for the Ueparimem James W Durham brother of Hon Democratic party PIMPLES OX THE FACE two seized the paper about the same time knows something of the question Assessor years M L H BLAXTOX Durham died iu Boyle county otJOKL T EMBRY lsneandldate foraeMon of Madison county subject to the Denote an impure state of the blood last week in and started on a grand tour or the yard 29 32 11- Chancbiumc the 79th year of his age the Democratic party The late Empson C Bird of Baltimore Several weeks since some or our friends and are looked upon by many with with a clatter something like the deer in Md left a peculiar will It begins as including a large number from Boyle If you want a good suit of first class suspicion Acker Blood Elixir will Santa Claus sleigh A rose bush came SUPBRINTESDBST FOR COUNT follows I the said testator say to all laughed when we said that in less than six remove nil Impurities and leave the quality at very low price go to Coving Â¬ between the two and claimed a good big a candidate J B HARRIS ofUInbttc SchooKfor County concerned in this last will and testament months another railroad would be nego- Â¬ 24-Mitchells subject to Superintendent complexion smooth aud clear There ton rragment orihe paper while the girl and 8- viz Behold yc good people it behooves tiating with our people But my assertion is nothing that will so thoroughly the action of the Democratic party pup divided the remainder Col C R Auderson of Danville me in this matter to name the fact that has been verified and on Saturday the build up the constitution purify aud Ky Some yards beyond a gentleman who all animated bodies have to die and Miss Holllnsliead of Dayton and pass 27th insL the people or Mercer county strengthen the whole system Sold aud Ohio are to be married at an early has a farm in the country met the carrier through some kind ot chemical change will have an opportunity or voting for or guaranteed by W G While Prescrip- Â¬ and received his paper We presume Remaining unclaimed iu the Post day and by virtue of situation I know the fact against a railroad whose objective points tion Druggist Office at Riclimoiiu Ky week eudiBE he lost it or gave it to his overseer that my time for decomposition by natu- Â¬ are Lebanon and Harrodsburg The Buy your groceries field seed grass January 22 1SS0 or somebody else or wadded a shot- Â¬ ral chemical analysis is drawing nigh exact amount asked by C P Huntington A farmer named Thomas iu Mercer seed salt and lime of Covington Baugh Mrs Sultaine Ritchcrson Lee gun with it as his wife sent down that Seven Splendid Companies Danisance Franklin Sherer Annie 30 33 The New York World comments thus who proposes to build the road is not yet county Mo shot and killed two young Arnold Bro day for a paper saying none had been Flagner Jason W Sheely Daniel known by the writer but it will approxi- Â¬ men who were endeavoring to run - Pkiladeiphia ly The deposition of Mwanga King North America left at her house Mrs David Y Little died in Man- Â¬ Marten Maggie Tier Lena mate 100000 It is very essential to the away with and mnrry two of bis MMSMhiieetts Turpin Wm Springfield We could extend this truthful narrative of Uganda Africa and the elevation to the chester of typhoid fever She recently Martin Sarah interests or Mercer county that this road daughters and by accideut killed one Million - New York Germania of actual occurrences to a column or more throne of his brother Kiwewa is an event lost two daughters with the same dis Mullini Candas H White Lite Woods Bettie be built and on Friday we will give you of the daughters Dr W A mob then hung ease Hartford but enough has been said to demonstrate which may be of some importance to Connecticut Young 11 J 131 Ranghnam S C the terms etc Harrodsburg Sayings and the old man Mwangas per- Â¬ - -York conclusively that the carrier gets more the cause of civilization Niagara Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 l Doings Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ M Money onler anil registered letter Amazon nicious fondness for well done slices of - Cincinnati kussin than he deserves - -PEOPLE EVERYWI1EPE tism or money refunded Price 76c at hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p M roast missionary his joyous and festive A Charleston W Va message says - PnitateiplHa Pennsylvania becoud t treet method of beheading wives when he The largest mortcace ever placed on Confirm our statement when we say Whites Drug Store J BWILLIS PERSONAL ROCK BOTTOM RATES 5- craved relaxation from the serious affairs record in this county was that or the C that Ackers English Remedy is in near Garnett House or State and his desire to destroy his en- Â¬ O Railroad Company made to the every way superior to any and all other Miss Lila Chenault is visiting Miss Office at Farmers National Bank Mrs Jay Gould died at her home iu tire body guard combine to render his Central Mortgage Company or New preparations for the Throat and Lungs McDowell in Fayette county Cough and Croup it Is New York last Sunday week 8he Call and see us before placing overthrow a cause for general satisfac- Â¬ York and placed upon the records to day Iu IWhoopIug Mr W E Luxon spent Sunday with tion magic and relieves at once We ofler had been in poor health for several your insurance It is for 30000000 and is on the proper- Â¬ years his aged parents in Lexington you a sample boltle free Remember am prepared to do all kitidfl of HUME BURNAX The St Paul Globe which discovered ty or the road from a point on James Carpenters work iu lirst cbvs style this Remedy is sold on a positive guar- Â¬ If you waut a nice buggy phseton Also estimates furnished on Hhort Mr A E Riddell or Estill county that Mr Blaine was making speeches in river below Richmond Va to Hunting- Â¬ N B Milling property and carriage barouche was here on Sunday going to Lebanon the Presidential contest on the Parkes ton this State thence to a point or con- Â¬ antee by W G White Prescription rockaway or notice H TYLER BAX IER country stores a specialty Druggist coupe go to Jolin Donelson 32- apr4 t Ohio to school Monkey basis has made another startling nection with the Elizabeth to vn Lexing32 31 also on the A man who died in ton and Big Sandy road Mrs James M Purnell died at FulMr B M llerndon was here on Sat- Â¬ discovery to wit Senator Shelby M Cullum who was urday He is located in Scott county Michigan recenty was eccentric enough extension from Richmond Va to New born iu Wayne county Ky has been ton Monnd the remains were brought having grown tired or growing up with to arrange the entire funeral programme Port News and thence to Phoebus near re nominated for the U S Senate iu to Millereburg Bourbon county Ky for his remains even writing out his own Norfolk Va also upon the line from Illinois which Is equivalent to a refor interment the West funeral sermon the consolatory words for Ashland Ky to Covington Ky and on election All persons having claims against Donelson will muke you as good a Mrs G W Willis entertained friends Mr and epitaph for his tomb and the the bridge between Covington Ky and the estate of Andy MeCord deeeaed buggy or carriage as can be bought will pleasp present the Mine to me their friends with a progressive euchre hymns to be sung If this idea could be Cincinnati O CAUTION TO 3I0T1IERS any where in America apr4 tf properly verified for payment party to meet Miss Marion Wolford or generally followed and a phonograph used Owned bv J R Estill ami Mr and Every mother is cautioned against The use of electric lights on railroad Â¬ Those knowing themselves Indebted BMIII rf Clark Lancaster ftliss Lizzie Irvine Meyer of Dan- Â¬ to the estate will ileae call and settle Mrs M C the Speedwell emmly sit for the recitals it would greatly simplify trains has been inaugurated in the North- Â¬ Eiviug her child laudanum or para pike about uated ot or matters and save the preachers from much west by the Chicago Milwaukee and St goric It creates an unnatural craving ville and Mr G G Henderson n N B DEATH ERA GE Master Robert Nelson Turner four miles from Riehmond eoMtainiuic 32 36 Administrator near Winchester the best looking boy in that unrequited labor Paul road Two trains of nine cars each for stimulants which kills the mind of banker ntLadonia Texas will be mar Â¬ ried February 6t h town spent Sunday in Richmond with I Mo The Squire whose marriage ceremoney were started one train from Chicago for the child Ackers Baby Soother is Acres The Climax St Paul and the other in the opposite specially prepared to benefit children Acme flour has taken the premium was set forth in full in this column two Of well Improved Good Brick Dwair IC Both trains are vestibuled aud cure their pains It is harmless four years at the Madison aud Bourbon Mrs M C Heath Mrs Joel T Embry weeks ago is having a big run In speak direction ixo flne barn out buibliiigis Rood or Â¬ throughout and are steam heated from and contains uo Opium or Morphine Fairs Sold by Covington Arnold 1 i ft chard never failing prlng and the formers mother Mrs Talton ing of the matter yesterday he said All the coaches are bril- Â¬ Sold by W G While Prescription Bro sale privalely to efce a parteftihi 30 33 Embry or Louisville have gone South am on top yet and Im going to stay there the engines 26 i88g therein This place wws formerly That big preacher from Missouri attempt liantly illuminated by electric lights from Druggist for the winter Judge Stephen Sharp is an aspirant owned by Cot C R- - Estill For fur- Â¬ in front of the Court House door in ther particulars enquire of ed to introduce a new style by simply a dynamo in the baggage car A novel fea- Â¬ William N Robh died suddenly in for the place vacated by Dick Tate as Richmond Ky I will sell publicly to Dr C CChristopher of Waco has changing Miss to Mrs fo far as the bride ture in the sleeping cars is an incandes- Â¬ Fayette county He was formerly of Slate Treasurer He was born at Kidd- Winchester Ky I C- - Vanmbtbr gone to the Louisville Hospital College or the highest bidder was concerned and changing the grooms cent burner in every section permitting W Capkrtox Riehinoed Ky or ville in Clark county will He Medicine to complete the course Scott county and served several terms 28 33 name to that or the bride but it wouldnt the occupant to read a book or paper Dec 2 1883 as door keeper of the House of Repre- Â¬ graduate next June Donelson uses the best material that a bit not even a little bit with the while lying in bed Two trains will be Co of stock of the Mndlsnu National Bank the market affords and he best work- Â¬ of Richmond Ky Sale at 2 oclock Mr C N Fitzpatrick and ramily have people who what to get married The re- Â¬ run daily the St Paul making the most of sentatives men Ho puts up none but the best R P McCORD m removed to Richmond and occupy the sult is the new style man has gone West the fact that it is the only road between A DUTY TO YOURSELF work Buggies carriages etc made 30 32 the house on Lancaster Avenue next to and I am left to crow up with the country Chicago and the Twin Cities possessing It Is surprising that people will use a to order Call on him apr4 tf Mr H L Whites and marry people who care to have an un- the new system THIN COLUMN mJ Jrhas u j lt Pair Â¬ t gw - - SUE WALL PAPEE 33vr ooas bs fet 1 LOOITAT THE PRICE sk A number of good fresh milch cows for sale by J P Embry Silver Creek Ky 7e jCBoWrs gtte sm uay ANNOUNCEMENTS S- 3- Monday January 21st 4- I Commercial Department J BOOK KEEPING AND Â¬ TELEGRAPHY taght Â¬ jt t ie Â¬ J ee INSURANCE TORNADO ttag LETTERS FIRE LIGHTNING and r t all - 1 a for 46- - j 1 f t Ken- OK tt at J -- Nw rM hrTt w ttsnl J pais eaedy 2gor 1 Carpenters Work I 5Pr3 A T els s H 4S ke aud Â¬ lofall Â¬ Creditors Uotice For Sale Privately Â¬ THE ESTILL PLACE 1 ill you iour as I ride of reary Box 400 of Laid M f - - wHlosea they can e for the English tele head Â¬ On Saturday Jan rbey are d do not Prescrlp- - NINETEEN SHAKES J Jr irGrocer 44 1 r Jue H Spekers list of the June cpeikertfrom the Epiphyllidian Society of Central University Below we give the names of those selected by the Phil alethean Society at a recent meeting J- - W Joflrin Louisiana R E Roberts Texas D C Liny Ky Recently was given For Jailer The announcement of Mr George W Miupm for re election to the office of Jailer of Madison county k found else Â¬ where in this issue of The Climax Mr Maupin is well known throughout the countv and is filline the office of Jfier according to the letter of the law He asks an endorsement at the hands of his party and thinks that he ought to we it Heayr Catlle Mr J v Bales shjpped Jo Baltimore t week for export to Europe 182 fat cattle that averaged from 1500 to X5S5 Pwd and cost him cents per peund ori3 eooforUelt They were parck d as follows From Mr-- Thomas D Chenault 42 average 1385 from Mr I r Embry 65 average 1500 from Sena torjohn D Harris 30 average 1500 from Messrs Parrisfa Douglas 55 aver Â¬ se 1570 The Kentucky officals announce that Rev W Y Sheppard or the Episcopal usually elegant and heartfelt ceremoney Central shops at Covington church entertained the members or his subjoined is just now going the the Kentucky The have been sold to the Chesapeake and Â¬ church last Tuesday evening at his resi rounds or the papers as having occured to dence on Main street Harrodsburg cor Judge Buckner while holding court once Ohio railroad and that the new shops which the Kentucky Central will build are in Danville Advocate at Lexington located in Covington where was making a speech and not to be A young man Prof II E Foster editor or the Phre they have been for so many years One nological Examiner or Louisville was a man called out Hurrah or the reasons and the main one assigned Mr Sheriff arrest that man and bring here on Friday and arranged for a free is the high rate of taxation in that city lecture at the court house to night All him here said Judge Buckner be still higher and The man was arrescd and led before which is now to are invited and he is worth hearing further the officals seem to think a some- Â¬ His Honor on the part of the city Mr George C Thomas or Atlanta What did you mean by making that what narrow spirit in its dealings with the road It is not Ga until recently connected with the disorder I said Judge Buckner where the shops are to V R R was in Richmond this LC Why Judge said the man I thought definitely settle yet Lexington and Paris have week and on February 1st will take that was the best speech I have heard be placed been suggested as the new site and the B charge or a corps on the R N I since I heard John C Breckinridge Maysville has its eye on the shopst Turn him loose Mr Sheriff A d d city of Mr Carlo Britton brother or Mrs T been decided upon - county a fool that has no more sense than that is but no locality has J Smith near Speedwell thisChief Engineer John McLeod has been cadet in the U S Navy stationed in not responsible said the Judge in Lexington secuiing the right of way Chinese waters writes that he is well and Its only a question or time and happy and is having considerable tun a eliort time too na to when your for the Louisville Southern He answer- Â¬ ed the inquiries or a Lexington Press re- Â¬ notwithstanding he is a long way from rheumatism will yield to Hoods tjar porter as follows Foxtown sapaiillu Try It It When do you intend to commence Judge I J Forbes County Attorney work on the road from here to Lawrence for Jackson county was in Richmond burg Have Your Head FelL yesterday looking well and hearty con Â¬ We arc going to commence work at will deliver a free sidering his recent troubles The two Prof II E Foster both ends or the line next week that is lecture at the court house in Richmond men who burned his barn horses and as close to Lexington as we have secured to night at 8 oclock He is a pleasing grain are in jail with every prospect of The K C has put in a new turntable the right or way We have not settled Â¬ lecturer editor of the Phrenological Journ- going to the penitentiary the right or way into the city yet in Richmond at a cost of 1000 al Louisville and comes well recommend Â¬ Many cx Kentuckians figure in the Mis Â¬ Will the Lexington branch and the The Kentucky Central railroad offices line from Nicholasville to Beattyville be ed souri Legislature John H Estill like Prof H E Foster the Phrenologist Gov Francis was formerly of Richmond it is said will soon be removed from Cov- Â¬ included in the lease to the Monon lectured to large audiences of ladies and this State as was Mrs Estill nee Sulin ington to Cincinnati No That part or the road is not in- Â¬ gentlemen in our town last Eriday Satur Â¬ ger Mr Estill is now 76 years old He On Saturday the last spike was driven cluded in the leise at all It is simply day and Monday nights His lectures is a grandson of CapL James Estill killed in the standard guage railroad built to the line from Harrodsburg to Louisville were most interesting and entertaining Mr Estill is the top of Lookout Mountain that has been leased to the Monon by Indians March 29 1782 The Corydon Ind DemocraL What significance does the resignation a farmer in Howard county Mo Paris CapL Wash has returned and has Frof H E Foster editor or the Phre- Â¬ Kentuckian or Col Young as President of the Louis Â¬ cfiarge the K C from Winchester on nological Examiner Louisville lectured ville Southern have South with headquarters at Richmond on Phrenology at the Opera House Mon It will have none 15EKEA Superintendent Huntington of the K av nnA Tudav eveniam to larce au How long do you think it will take to C came over the line last week on a finish the Lexington branch diences and delighted his hearers He is Mr Frank McColhim and- - bride arc tour of inspection in his new and elegant evidently well informed on the subject or expected at his fathers this week We expect to have trains running into private coach Phrenology Setincl Democtat MLSterl- the city by the middle of July or the first A toll house on the new pike has been ing Ky Col Bennett H Young has resigned of AugusL His couree of lectures has been well erected and Is just completed for use the Presidency of the Louisville Sothern The Kanya Geza Hungarian Gypsy recievedherc by appreciative audiences Mr J Richardson from Red Lick railroad and Mr Theodore Harris of Quartette are fine musicians aud their There was much sound instruction in made a short visit to friends here a short Louisville elected in his stead musio Is unique and impressive Bos Â¬ them The way he hanaica me examples time ago O ton Herald It Huntington of the C pubBc cmaminations President sent up to him for Miss Lizzie Todd and Mr Sherman road has made a proposition to Lexing Â¬ the audiences he proved himself to from Mrs Lewis Gallagher formerly Miss Gay were united in matrimony on Wed ton to locate the car shops of his system bean expcrt delineator of character Jjowry of Jessamine died In Fayette nesday lasL at that point if the city will subscribe county Nashville Ten Banner Prof Foster has made a very excellent Mrs Betty Branaman does not recover SSS000 There Is uo musio so fascinating as impression In LtwUviUe and his ability as as rapidly as iriends had hoped but still Conn Brothers of Winchester have Dont fail to hear a Delineator of Character s certainly re keens her bed and is a great sufferer sixteen new depots for the Maysville that of the Gypsy built Â¬ markable aBd he certainty puts Phrenol Â¬ and Big Sandy the Chesapeake and the renowned Hungariau Gypsy QuarPreparations are on foot for a Deroor ogy upon scientific bask We can re new Cincinnati Division within tette at Court house Mouday night est prize contest among the colored peo- Ohios It commend him tp Ute public as a thorough Chris- the past three months profess Â¬ ple to be held socn at the Second gentleman and an enthusiast in his New Drew Goods at Brlukleyn It tian church in the Gtade At a meeting of railroad men and Louisville Evening Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ common ordlnarv pill when they can secure a valuable English one for the same money Dr Ackers English pills are a positive cure for aud all liver troubles Tiiey are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ tion Druggist with dwelliog liotiee eu it kitown m The Largest and Finest Hotel in the OW Town Farm 4 wiles from Richmond and reaehed by the Rleh tho city The moud ami Lancaster turnpike farm is well watered A tobacco barn with seven acres of Day to purchase will please ThoseoadeeiriRKÂ¬ to 4 or ad Thirty one cases of murder on the eull tobacco belonging to Hon A W Bas dress Joe Bush at Riehmond docket of our criminal court and heres According to rooms enm and a colored man named Dun- Â¬ 32- Mrs B TAYLOR dollars to cenU that therell not be ono can was burned near Owiugsville Turkish and Russian Baths in convicted out of the 31 parties accused Weduesday 32 31 Hotel Barbourville News At Dawson Ky In a tight between town marshall Tribbleaud a mail nam- Â¬ ed Cato a 15 year old boy named EII Davis was killed by accident Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 75c at Whites Drug Store Second street 5- near Garnett House GALT -- - HOUSE KY FAEM for SALE PRIVATE I ofler for sale privately an excellent farm of 51 StsT AfrPrcI6 office jr tholwmo- - I Estill and LOUISVILLE 10 4 OIFLEIJS a eount y Ratcs25o Per A Lady in South Carolina Writes My labor was shorter aud Iera pain- Â¬ ful than on two former occasions physicians astonished I thank you for Mothers Fiiend It Is worth its weight in gold Address The Bradfleld Regulator Co Atlanta 29 33 Ga ion The C I St L C Ry Kankakee Line with Its connections makes the fastest time from Cincinnati to Council BluHd Omaha Br Paul Minneapolis and Uie West and North west 32 ON SATURDAY JAN 26TH Suits for 60000 have been filed by will ofler at oclocK order of the Commissioners of Harri 18S9 sale 2publicly P M Ipremises for ou the son county Ind against the John C Graves and his bonds- Â¬ The New York World has made ar-Â¬ rangements to send an exploring ex- Â¬ men All sorts of ugly speculations one 40x200 feet and the other 60x185 pedition headed by Thos A Stevens are in the air feet The first named contains a cot- Â¬ into Central Africa to obtain authentic Ayers Pills cure constipation im- Â¬ tage with four rooms and the other a news of Stanley and Emin Pasha prove the appetite promote digestion small house These lots are a part of property restore healthy action and regulate the Major Turner 8 PARRISH CUICKENS FOR SALE every function This medicine is Z E Bush Auctioneer It pleasant lo take and gentle In its ope- Â¬ Fiue Plymouth Rock Chickens both ration See article in Ayers Alma Â¬ male and female for sale by nac It Mks R P McCord The dogs of Montgomery comity 30 32 Red House Ky must be a bad set Not content with January 28 At the twenty first annual meeting killing sheep after the usual manner Monday Night of worthless curs tbey recently killed of the Womans Board of Mission KANYA GEZA Worcester Mass Jan 16 tho Treasu- Â¬ several cattle This week they killed rers report stated receipts in legacies a number of of valuable colts near Mt sterling Winchester Democrat and donations during the year of 93 Gjpsj 9112 Asiatic cholera kills people by the wholesale and there Is uo cure for FROM BUDA PESTH IS LIFE WORTH LIVING it but Gaufers Chicken Cholera Recently the Leading Soloists of Prince Not if you go through the world a Cure restores the chlckeu that is down LIchtensteiiia Hungarian Baud dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets perfect health It is warranted by and formerly at the Court of are a positive cure for the worst forms lo Prince Esterhazy Willis Stockton It of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency HERR KANYA GEZA Lexingtons expenses during the year and Constipation Guaranteed and The Famous Violinist and Composer sold by W G While Prescription just closed were 27000 more than re- Â¬ ceipts In order to retrench Druggist three MLLE STELLA LONG The Accomplished PiaMSte policemen were discharged leaving The bank eleanugs of Louisville for ouly sixteen to patrol the town A HERR ALEX CSILLAG the week ending January 12 amounted committee of Council also recommend Â¬ The Famoos Cello SofeUt to 7089215 an iucreaseof 235 per ed the discharge of half the Principals BDZASY ZSIGA cent over the clearings for the corres Â¬ of the city schools The Talented Viola Sokmt ponding week iu 18S3 The Cinciuuatl AND Ayers Sarsaparilla is prescribed and figures show au Increase of 55 per recommended by eminent physicians cent MR and is taken witii perfect safety by old King of American Humorists 25000 Lbs Floor Â¬ and young Its cleansing aud vitalizCovington Arnold Bro have just ing effects are sure and speedy and it received 25000 pounds ef Acme Flour is universally couceded t be the most Ticket st Stockton WHlJs Drug i effective of all blood purifiers 30 33 It gists foffii Lots for Sale BUILDERS AND OOlffTRAGTQRS The undersigned would nounce to those contemplataie that they are prepared to contract lor JIXESDBST 2 Lots on Second St Buildings of Every Dikhotiox m to the week i Satisfaction guaranteed Estimates made free of charge Plan furnished on application or short notice COLEY LONG Contractors and Bafloqi apr ntf JSS u eul Po LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Persons desirous of ehtalohig Mfeta surance at actual coot shouM write fhr circulars to Jz ja Annie G gta COTJET HOUSE aa Douzas fcgomery Mrs Security Mutual Bkkbtr Boosty Broadway New York Tills society oktlms that tor six years the cost to a member of middle age has been Less than Twhcvk Doiaajw a Year fer eaeh tboasamt dottara Y la- 233 pies Tames mi Frank Ar T N - rtSnWH ei Sophronia Mi Thomas J ChasO taa6AM taon C A a suranje SO- - f JACK FOE SALE LEO II a Fle Black Jack 18 bauds high that has proves himself to be a giMNi breeder JAMES COSBY WaeoKy lecistered iettej BF st YILLI3 P x to 7 f OR Silt m 38 JMS9S NATION to the nigh None of DissoM OB ifi3IrAOBST fie iJ r 151SSS JOHN THOMAS The Hrm ef Ballard A Bucitaom tfe Ing a furniture business Ih Richmond Ky Imslbb day ttlwiive I ly mutual enoeent Aft parties iv the rail firm will please rail nt mm- - m asttle W A M Â¬ December 3lt 186 C BUCHANAN 2S 32 BAULAD o fcjntaS lisiitfiiiWiiLLLLfltftfi u- - fvvv CflBf Breck Phelps aba FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OF FUN - -- na - N 10G W Main St next door to Second National Bank A variatv of STOVES of the best make including the BAYLESS COO KING RANGE Cooking Stoves open front and Cannon Heat ing Steves Anthracite Base Burners and other stvles Russia Iron anJ Corrugated Piping Grates Mantels and Hearths All fallen young fruit should bo collected and destroyed In nbrne man Â¬ ner as many iofraats will thon bo killed by doing so Animals with vicious habits or tendencies should never be used for breeding purposes as they transmit to their offspring thoir bad qualities The annual valuo of the dairy product of Illinois oguals tho gold Who production of the United States says the cow is not tho best friend of A JPUUla LI1STS Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware OF TINWARE ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF CO Absolutely Pure 3 8 5 This powder ncter partes A marvel of More purity fUrriiRlh and wlioleMmenc economical Mint Hip ortliuary kinds and cannot be fold In oorc petition With the mul tltiKleH of low ict fcljort weight nlnm and lv In cans Sold pbosphnte powdora Hoi AI Kaking IcrDERto 106 Wall Street 21 20 New YorS the farmer To prevent dry murrain in cattle keep a trough full of equal parts of salt and air slaked lime whore tho cat- Â¬ tle may have free accos3 to it and you will not be troubled Thcro should bo a pot of liquid pine tar in overy stable It is excelent to apply to tho bottom of tho howes hoofs to keep them in a clean and healthy condition It should be ap- Â¬ a 2z i OFFERED o ca ILx iauw m for an incurable case of Catarrh In tie Ilead by tbe proprietors of DR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY Headache dtechanres falling Into obstruction of Eomctimes profuse watery and acrid throat at others tblck tenacious mucous inpurulent in ears Moody and putrid eyes weak ring aeaxnessanncuHy ui weunu tuiuaHAwiu of offenslw matter breath offensive ration eraeU and taste impaired and penerai debility Only a few of these symptoms likely to bo pres-Â¬ ent at once Thousands of cases result in con- Â¬ sumption and end in the Brave By its mild soothing and healing properties Dr Sago s ltemedy cures the worst cases 50c Svniptoms of Catarrh noee o TRADE FIftE VEHICLES FOR THEOHIO S CINCINNATI Catalogue Write for MS U A BAXrBWIXffS COAL YARD I keep at my yard near the depot iu Itiehraoud all kiuds of ADRUFF tairBT lsaaw pjrQrr- - AOVaTCiQ V ej ineunginai Liver irrrm QQa w Pills AhiMttV- a tUIIarviUu UVVUbD Cmntlnpf - est easiest to take the stomach 25 24 lATltlf all CureSlcUHcadncheBUiouiiIIeadnchc IndigeKUon Dizzluess Conetipatiou derangements of One Pellet a Dose 23 Kilious Attack and and bowels cts by druggists Kentucky Coal ami tbe famous YoucbiogWeiiyAke Atftlwaeile I will liaiHlle - Coal LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAT AND TOBACCO Orders left at W G Whiles atd C H E SasKks drag Mores ami at A at- Larws greeery will receive prompt HICIIIKBIUHI DEALER IN Ivnlrni 3criccr d 5ccd V SMmmm tar- lc BIRTH kMY VRRADflcLD -x -- Mr J M CbrMoplter will always be fotwd at the yard and will take 4eas Watehes Clocks Jewelry Silver and we in wating on all customers Plated ware etc Special I lwwie to receive a fair t lisre of patrouage T E BALDWIN attention given to 29- - ri J v Uoi o Li fe Q fei loLWflGWii AMT7A RtcilLKfanCo S- plied about once a week The valuo of grcon food for all poultry should not bo overlooked Save some of the corn for winter Tho green stalks cut up find is better feed for summer weather than so much of tho dried grain Tho measuring worm has a vigor- Â¬ ous assailant in the black ant Tho aut climbs up tho tree seises the worm b tho tail aud holds oa till it gete ex- Â¬ hausted when tbe victor drags its prey down to its nest in the grouud A soil containing free lime potash or magnesia is in condition to form rapidly in warm weather under tillago valuable compounds of nitrogeu which will hasten plant growtlx This process called ultrafaction of the soil doas not go on rapidly in the absence of limo potash 6oda etc henco tho impor- Â¬ tance of applying limo and potash to soils deficient in them Farmers are warned by Dr Ilana mann against the practice of remov- Â¬ ing straw from the land as It tends to impoverish the soil Not only aro pot- Â¬ ash lima phosphoric acid etc taken away but also a considerable amount of organic matter wb3raby the moist- Â¬ ure is too much reduced The dootor truly adds that caro must be observed in restoring to the soil what it has been deprived of or sterility will be tho ultimate result The horse will loavo musty hay untouched in his bin howevor hungry He will not driuk of water objection able to his questioning sniffs or from a bucket which some odor makoa offen- Â¬ sive however thirsty His intelligent nostril will widen quivor and query over the daintiest bit offered by tho fairest of bands with coaxings that would make a mortal shut his eyes and swallow a nauseous mouthful at a gulp Tho railroad sandwich has been analyzed and dissected and found to contain ninety seven por cent of nutri Â¬ ment Detroit Free Press Little boy said an old lady why aro you not playing ball with 0oso Tse do tho other little boys manager of the club was the haughty explanation N Y Sun They toll us that wah is an In dlans most common oxprosslon of pleasure And here wovo beon think Â¬ ing that an Indian wah hoop meant Binghamton Republican bloodshed In Michigan a citizen ono day was ohthused by tha news that ho had bo como an heir to part of his grand fathers property In a few days afterwards ho received an envelope containing seventeen cents Tommy You ought to seo how much butter my stepmother puts on my bread Johnny I guess its somo of this bogus butter and sho is just trying it on you before sho oats Texas SiflingS any of it horsolf Why is it Orson that Coldly overy time you meet Trombly you ask Orson him Hows overy thing Why didnt you know that Trombly Once a thinks ho owns the earth Week Yos father always Young Wife gives expensive things when ho makes So I discov Husband presents And ored when he gave you away then ho wont to his library to draw check for the monthly millinery bill A clergyman being recently absont from home on business his little son calmly folded his hands and asked tho blessing usually pronounced by his father at thoir morning meal At lunch being asked to pronounce tho blessing he replied with a gravo face No I dont like the looks o1 them Troy Times taters So yon lost your Pension Agont Applicant voice during the war Was it Pension Agont Ycssir through general exposure or tho re- Â¬ Applicant sult of an accident ALL OP PLOWS PIlOPESSIOxfAIf CARDS DR A WILKES SMITH Practjcs Limited to Deti 7T - AND CULTIVATORS 9 - OFFICE Smith BoUdmg Min sOffice hews 900 to 1200 M n - j S J JCMORGAN J8 DD OPPICEs Mam street over M sen National Bank Ittehasood Kv June 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGE A OFFICK Eeed s4ret n v t3 Willies Drag SHe juu r 3 i G W EVANS AND HecHHl street MD SURGEr N THE NEW FIEM OF PHYSICIAN OM ICK juHeSStf ihackelfort Gentry DRS TAYLOR ASHE will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor co mer- Â¬ it the patronage of all friends Practitioners ia MedietM ami Surgcry RICHMOND KY OFFICE SeomI Hrwtovi r D sa Grocery Store jurni DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STRBET Nttxt Avenue DWH- - n LUTCHtlt ReskletHM at Cor MhIh and In 1 S -- a nits etv hirieStf OflR bin of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased faSK5 DR PHIL ROBERTS puMie in4sgiuial srviees to tie Street Offlee in drag store on lower 51ala RiebiDwitT Ky jdljJMj Â¬ DR U C AMBROSE Pa2TSIC uLAJfcT FORD cilities KY lerttooo jUH6 AV Office hours 2 to 4 wMeek in the af 22tf Ginral exposure After -- 1oT T T cotiiTiff - 29 83 Crrfrf ffFiMT fe f AKS Beet Cough Syrnp Tastesgood Uee in timA frtold hv dreffifiia iff lZ tdlVll liij rM l lrauJli CUBES Jkiovni3wy0i2 1E WrffJit All setting 3 DIAMONDS The MiLLig Qboan JS TUB riXEST AZb MSbT AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Prairie Fanner The successful farmer is not tho man who by working from daylight till dark year in and year out scrimp- Â¬ ing and fretting and depriving his family of the necessaries of life has at the age of fifty succeeded in becom- Â¬ ing the owner of two or three farms and has money in the bank He is not the wealthy old tight fisted farmer but the man who by diligence and hard P n3 jg m I for K my UCb A II Dowell Bailor Enquirer Eden- ton X C April 23 16S7 believe Pisoa Cure Consumption saved H BE H Promptly dune and in a workmanlike R Cash manner work has succeeded in providing him- Â¬ self and family with a comfortable pleasant home who has furnished his home with plenty of good reading matter and necessary conveniences and has taken time to read and gain knowledge SERVICEABLE FENCE One That Serves Its Tarpose Well and Costs lint Very Little to the Paid for OH Gold and Silver Dont forget the place next door Pot oHice Richmond Ky jan4 lf E P j gj g Tbe best Cough Medi- cine is Pimjs Cms for Consumption Children take it without objection all druggists 25c By C0S WKK All USE AILS SestOongh Syrnp Tajtoe pood Uee 9j gj i USHT R H gul S sfibsESwr t J 3 Bi IPffiffSJ3CI3 11 bs g IBPJ MaPiSlSUJJSa g sSS-SSB- - It Hands at the head of all pool rrrana Thtnewbo OMlre to have tfce be orran flioad acquaint them elT wHIi the merlu of pur lnKrumecte Dont taseearTraeaforv iiat we sabiitKe aMl Settovr InrtnimDoH II no dealer fells oar organs in year locsHty write to tbe factory I havo found my fencoof smooth wiro and board effective and cheaper than any other I ever built In a small pasture adjoining the barn where wo turn out heroes and have kept one or more cows night and day stock havo several tiuioa broken down or jumped over the board fonca 01 two sides but have not in throe years broken through or over the wire Wo uso plain No 9 BUY 0 w6OTIIER LEBAKON Pa CRCAN CO Address MILLER Cntalo j net dt free 3L ffaif neciuaaic paper pot h in j - c iftrtei i isl cweatetion of ar y p r r rid I KneraT Pallr Ulnrtratea Be cLa if tfHTft Senrt f - pfo in Published t nar tnont lis trml JL Mpr PnefJTear a1 MUNN A CX 1L BUSHEK5 lvftiwx N T eef ia iw Trio Feb Hill CUTTEB GEHJDER AND Combined in One Frame The Only Combined Feed Mill Made M The OrfgSnaJ Wins C F Sinmoni St Lotus -- V IIZinProarAQSiminoa 1S40 ifiRCKITEGfs Edition f4 great BUILDERS otjmiMc bniklian earartns 4 fmA Hb ABd rpeeificatHMM Itr tla use of raeaMeoatespUtrbaildin IrtcefliOayeftr 34 A a copy IC NN CO iUBUsaEK of Scientific American cr ntalns colnrcd A saee8 Bacti tve and cttr rewlen- ptt of coortry MttMMlc Jvumeroai S SHELLER Give cured er Kegulator Estd by Zeihn 1S68Liv -- I A S L ii has for 47 years Simmons Liver Medicine Iistd in the U S Court deikats J IVopr i Warranted to cum Satisfaction HL Tirsf 40 IHaJneo nT led by t a unir R H XTWrience and f me U MINX A Oo wtr Cm usa three difereat tSxtA Giiadert upon the bum SUA at aaj Urac KeaBy fire rnafMfifsi ta Send 4 pee4eace stncUy confideotX hare BWde appitcin for American 4 For-ten itntA tend for llxdbook lorre- - who rebMorer t tor drater to Church Adorns Tenn writes 1 uuuK x taouic nave ocea oeaa oat zor your Genuine I A Sirn rnons Liver Medicine I have sometimes had to snbsutcte Zedios stoirforyonr Medi n luiTa cine but it dont answer the parpose Dr J R Graves Editor Tie Indigestion Bilioisnesj iiai irsIApiCK HEADACHE L ObT ArrKTiTr Sour Stomach Etc i u iuamsi asterjkl Jf MACY EBAZES llilliarnsbiirg Ind 27 58 J SPEED SMITH f Immodtete ptotwlton beod for llwBdtuu COPYRinilTS Jot books cfaut supt etc aleUr procured AiMrws MUNK S CO Falrst Solicitor COfEKAl omci ac BBOADWAT X T TRADE MARKS In eae your nir H not reetolcred in tkc Pat tt OAee mpplr to Ml s Oi sod pruesre Mcoiooe and have used half of it It works like a charm I wsnt no hettcr Liver Rcclator and cer- iy uo zaore 01 cuurs zatxmrs C1IAS S POWELL SMITH 51 PCWELL I KM B 49 40 2Tew COBB Barter Shop MOORE 1HV IHPA lrJi taiiiWo fflllA r il We reprept te f Ihe Mrougesi Ptre IuMtratxre VmpanitH in ihe wtrW we refeett the tMHmiiy that 1MKMAIX bTRSET 1 Ve have asoekUetl oureeive txHIi lias the target capital he irgeit pid up eHjiilal the largt Ju seii Ihf iil er Ut the Barbering liHsiticon u4 rr company that pavs 1t nilhoul IfKMteti at 166 E Main Street in Hmiii isHXMitit simI law agree in its Pej bwiWiHg next door to Roberts pdiey make yoti wait lxty dtys Wines drug fetore gel ywtr iwmev We afira tire Plrst olahs work guarantee BHav write at lh lewett rale glvou by ani iBg 16 cents cbihlrens hair eHls 16 eomnany tlien ceRte not Insure in the Best call HaUsfHdhni Plee give us aKQUIRE iBWHed COBB Our oowuuir Hre Iwckrtl hy over 26- M C MOORE iWe0m capital and ver2H0aHU asela It will I iih if rr u are burned out Call h iI n e m twore on fEyaft Palest Our inmre elewher and teitna are the best nt Why FntM BCTccHtc ltf Tho Popular Line boUveeu DlBSEBAKDTHLHSrLAnTES 29 28 SMI in rj Cincinnati Til EaUrt IndianapoliSj and ECI tB10CE9 KUlitEt Chinee POWELL IJcHt Pimple ptrons and It is tbe ealr seK deaniss Digger sukfeBd cause utedia asr Mad of sea no matter bow jctj Hk perfect eas It tses poowBtes creat adrao teges ever aB ether diggers in tfae but kec WMtakaisftncan eaatr Hr 38i to MS bele per day It s exeeedlHglr BKrtTetTerjrstroBglina4e asd war raated rriee t C Fine Carriages Pullman Sleeping Cars and Elegant Ho cllnlng1 Choir Cars on Night Trains Wngnifinent Parlor Cars on Day Trains CHIOAG O Tnlai LAFAYETTE fence wiro single strand costing me three coats a pound and it weighs about one pound to the rod I used in this fence but throe wires and one strip of board three inches wide but would use four wires if building another I have another lot fenced with five wires and the strip of board which turns calves and sheep Fence boards now cost me 1 cent a for G inch foot running measure wide or 20 per thousand feet so you see that five wires coat less than ono board This Is not all tho saving how- Â¬ ever for ono post every thirty two feet is all that is needed for tho wire fence while a good board fence requires a post every oight feet Thon tho cost of building tho board fence is four times that of building with wire With the end posts woll braced thoro is very little trouble in keeping the Aftor tho wires of the right tension wires are stretched and stapled to tho posts wc drive a stake in the center between the posts and staple tho wires to it We then sot up strips of board three inches wide and four and a half three feet long overy four foet of filling each strips these space between a stake and a post and staplo tho wires to those uprighteand then our three inch board is nailed to these with a single clinch- nail at each A wiro fence Is never safe without this board as stock par- Â¬ ticularly horses when excited and run- Â¬ ning will not see it and will run into it but with the uprights only four foot apart and the one narrow board thoro is no danger of this It is a good plan to put a small flat stone or pieco of board under the end of each upright The cost of the material for this fonoe Is about thirty five cents per rod call- Â¬ ing the posts twenty five cents each stakes three coats uprights ono cont and wire staples and nails at cost On level land where a long stretch could be had I think ten cents a rod would certainly cover tbe 003t of building I shall put up this fence quite oxtensive ly In future WaUlo F Brown in N Y Tribune Antiquity of Bee Keeping Bee keeping is as old as agriculture The instincts and social economy of bees have engaged tho attention of philosophers of every age and their perfect policy of government and provident conduct havo supplied abundant material to poots and moral- Â¬ ists of overy people Tho proverb where tho bco is thcro Is honey is of ancient application signifying that where industry prevails there will be riches Before tho first great law- Â¬ giver of tho world rocoived the tables of stone there was made to a people who should obey Divine instructions of a land flow- Â¬ the promiso Beos ing with milk and honey are represented among the hiero- Â¬ and glyphics of ancient Assyria Egypt where they aro made to symbol- Â¬ ise subjects who yield obediance to their King and never revolt from his chelates The poets of old classic Greece found frequent occasion to al- Â¬ lude to tho interesting characteristics of the honey producer Aristotle gives a zoological description of thrco kinds of bees and the poet Virgil speaks of two kinds There are now miny dis Â¬ tinct races and numerous hybrid varieties Tho more important of these are the Italian or yellow bee the lerraaa orblaek bee tho Cyprian tha Egyptians the amiable Carmoltui of Uuf Rhelian Alps the beautiful Dal Â¬ matian the Smyraian and tho sting loss bee of South aedCeetrai Amerloa Lwfon AyrMiHurql Qcuetle -- SOXEDTOaAIKTS EETT7EEN A PETERSEN S CO tnd Tsadalla Line Cars Pullman Iteclininp Chair Cars New Fint Class Coaches Second Oass Coaches and Uaggag Cars all ran through without change between Cinanaati and St Louis rnHman Louis Cincinnati and St Big Four Til the C L SL L C Eillws y Ihiet SleeWag 3 28 2 J Cincinnati and Peoria HI VTA Elegant Reclining Chair Cars BITWEEN C ma mako SS00 jar Iay profit mm kwt WerM for lew c ieo ALBUMS W w A I St L C snd I IKtL B A W Short Line lon f1 dup i- - beMtar mt Jar asjs bwvl alw n4i SoSreo fimnnced rrruiut rHSkX xR a tu li 4 o CitJost mmI aw4 ranhee A SleJInUln 4u n diif atiiuu r BfEK 1mJ ri KESTUGBT GARBIAGS WORKS JOHN D0NEL30N apr4 tf PitopitiETOK hailii Via ftmlhi asd Ekk hv Commodious Reclining Chair Cars DrnretM ABEH1SIS Cn 1m b n d V 1 kb Comcatd ffiHECBBaffiULAMP liiatrmteil ctmlr to HcMAKWCtecteeaHO T laiMlf Oiirt iwm llcl t tkan t rw erdinarr laiss Tn IK1 tHUUI - iPKt tr ExpraM vfittetr t jxth Xw knt bTt f taj lotfr- Iot to Ux V H rwtM Ar HARBISON D MILLER 109 SHEXDON C 181 IV 1 C and T P TTU Edi At Chicago St-- locis end Peoria close and lra tnedlate eeaaerUoBS are nde with all Lines ta and front the orthwet West snd Southwest TtrKssh IkiiU tod Eigjijt Qtcsi U all rrisdjal rirti rjn be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L C Uy also via this line at all Coupon Ticket Offices throughout the country JOHN ECAHCenirJi anil TU Agent my substitoot me an maw Used tor sit XT TS on the porch an sing Just Before tho Puck Battle Mother1 Old Mrs Bon tly What makes Old you so lato to dinnor Josiah Mr Bently Ive beon to tho ball game an 1 sot on tho bloachin boat as fer two hours an thero was nothin Old Mrs Bently but gooso eggs Now Josiah Bont with vexation ly I hope to goodHoss yo havent gone and ott gooso oggs and spiled yor din- Â¬ KEHTUCRY B Epoch ner Honry said his wife in a vpxod tono why do you go out between each GRASS Because tho play is so dry act said Honry putting another clove in Woll then returned tho Shortest and Quickest Route from Cenhis mouth puzzled woman why dont you keep tral Kentucky to All Points North your scat and let the play go out if it East West and South west Henry evasivoly replied is so dry FAST LINE BETWEEN aiming his opera glass at the stage that ho thought the bustle worn by the star was frightfully exaggerated Norritlown Herald No 6 No No 2 Now Willio said tho Sunday Dally ExJbuu BOUND Kx Hull school teacher you may toll me why SOUTH Noah went into the ark Cant Why Willio you ought to Lve maam 835 p m 300 p ra jo a Lve zo03 an oiji pra 38 pra be ablo to guess that remember there I AC 1105 am iocs p a 43a p m was a great flood coming I know Arr fans 1140 a 150 pm 510 pm 12 30 pm iz jp pm eeio pm Woll why was it now Somo A rr Lexington Lve Paris zi 50 am 1055 pm yvo pm body had borrowed his umbrollo ej pra 1125 pra 35 p Arr Winchester ylfo p m koq pm Arr Itirlinioml Merchant Traveler Arr I a noisier Sio pm io pa Arr Stanford HiclimoiHl 205 pm LIONS WITH WHISKERS yaop Arr lierca 5 45 P SaVaeeSea Iteostsand HowTliey Are Cap- - Arr Livliisxlon tared by Sailors Eleven sea liobs were delivered at NORTn BOUND No 3 No 5 No 1 tho railroad depot recently by Captain Thorold for shipment to various muse- Â¬ ums East They were captured about Lve Uvlligston J 00 am 10 s a ra lierrn Tho lions come up on Lve Richmond tho Farallones 1145 am Arr the beach and rocks to bask in the sun Le Stanford fM am Lve Lancaster Kio am and while thoy are asleep the sailors Arr Kiclunnnil 1100 am crawl up as near to them as possible I AC Iticliinoml 130 pra 6C50 aw s5 pra Almost invariably the son lions wake Arr Winchester - - 315 pra 740 aro Arr Paris las am up when the sailors get within ten or Lve Islington 300 pm 7 35 am 3C00 pm twelve foet of them and lift up thoir Lve Paris 340 pm fcjS am 350 pm 906 hoods to fight Then is the sailors Le ty nllilHim -- 4 06 pm 1K03 am 430 pm am Falmouth 451 pm Le Coviuclon 600 pm opportunity ttfa pm Arr Quick as a flash ho throws a heavy BRANCH MAYSVILLE canvas sack over tho animals head No 12 No 1 twists tho slack about its powerful and Daily Dally SOUTH BOUND Rx Suit Ex Sail jaws Tho next thing to bo dono is to get a rope about the lions flippers 6eo a ra i5 pra which readers him helpless oither to Le Mnjtiville 635 a m 140 pra Johnson fight or fly The process of oapturing Cnrllsla 729 am 234 pm Milleri burg 753 am 25a pm sea lions alivo is simple enough to de- Â¬ 820 am 325 pm Arr Pari scribe but it is dangerous and difficult Lexington 915 am oiio pm CovinKlon 1135 am ftoo pra in practice Tho first morning of the No II Nh 0 hunt and after thrco or four son lions Daily Dally NORTH BOUND had beon captured ono of the sailors Ex Snu Ex bun Karl Hansen discoved a lion whose ayyo pm gray whiskers and enormous size testi- Â¬ Lve Covington IOxingtou 735 am 425 pm fied to his groat age Purls 830 am 520 pm 837 am 547 P Tho sailor managed to get back tho Arr MlllerKburg Carliklc 921 am 611 pm sack over tho head of tho beast but 7 05 pm 1015 am Jolninoi Blaysrllle 1050 am 740pm its strength was so great and its strug- Â¬ gles so violent that it was only with No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m artho greatest difficulty that ho could get rives Paris 755 p m the rope over one flippor He succeed- Â¬ Note No 3 Dally between Richmond ed finally but as ho attempted to tio Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lcx tho other tho sack was thrown off tho animals head and with a yelling roar ngton anJ Winchester Direct connection made turned and made a vicious snap at his with Chcsapeiko andlaOhio forat Wlncliesler JU Sterling captor The lion just managod to catch Ashland Ilontluetou Charleston W Va nud KuMcm Cities the thumb and first fingor of his loft TA8T LINE Nos 3 and 4 run hand tearing the thumb with its ten- Â¬ cliesterSolld Trains with Pullman via Wln Sleeping Curt Dotween Clnoinnatl and Richmond Va dons from tho hand and taking the and Winchester and Washington D C first joint of tho finger The bleeding Throneh Tickets aiul Baaeoge Cheeked to few steps screaming and any deslluatloii readied by a ntllrond sailor ran a For full particulars address or call on any felL Tho sea lion now thoroughly agent of the Company or enraged freed himself from the ropo 8 F B MORSE K II BACON Trav Passr AgL and sack and advanced with open Jen PasV AgL Lexington Ky Covington Ky jaws on the prostrate sailor He would II E HUNTINGTON P B CARR AgL undoubtedly havo torn tho man to Manager Richmond Ky UodL pieces had not the mate attracted by Oenernl Offices Covington Ky tho seamans screams coma up and shot tho animal through tho neck eSpiBftS l I Miiijjp ijhu EdKW Even thon it managed to escape into the sea again This was the only serious accident that marked Among tho sail- Â¬ tho expedition ors was an ox cowboy Ho attempt- Â¬ THE MOST ed to uso his familiar lasso on the sea ESTESSI ElV ASYJJKTISED lions but with very poor success as the sea lions head is so small and neck LAONOBY BIOS Hi THE WORLD so largo and smooth that the nooso 0 FREEZE Ono usually slippod ovor thoir heads glass or Dust a reddish colored rather small NEVER lioness he did catch with his riata 3SI7L5S STIU Fourteen soa lions were captured in 02 Z7XTTZZZ alL Among thoso were two superb 50 per cent cheaper end males better than any other bluing in the world Theso two were freed In tho hold and any other bluing almost immediately began to fight BLUINE is more convenient than ELUINE is more economical because yoa can put The Smaller of tho two was killed His iu just tlie exact amount and no more hide was torn and punctured in dozens ELUINE is clean and neat no dust no spattering or spillingof places by his adversarys teeth and BLUING is In small sheets packed in a handsome envelope end would be oil ornament on any tho adversary himself showed that tho table fight was a hard one In landing tho goals at tho Fishermans wharf two got BLUINE is the cheapest because it Is the best loose They looked so dangerous with Twenty Four Washings fGr Ten Gents thoir upraised heads and shining teeth that the mon hesitated to taekle them VTanted st all times Oeneral Agents Salesmen for WlussKile Retail TraJe alo They dived off the wharf boat in a fow and girls toand adrertletagineveryroen women boys vlelnttr do seconds and thus escaped One Dozen Sheets iaapackafefcrlOccstg Samples consigned to New frae of Oreeers or by mall of the The oleven are Jorsey They will bo shipped in tanks BLUIKE MPG CO Test Acton Mass 24 40 of sea water San Francisco Exam- Â¬ r a Id paid fur T SEXSMITLl II D gP SESSi PgV IEIJH StSP PHYSICIAN 3 WAGONS and G ARTS CEHUL BLUE ROUTE Â¬ Offers pubHe AND SURGEON WHITE HALL K his profesioal services to V e aug 17 tyr J F CORNELISON RICHJIOND KEXItTKY Practicing Phybician Ca ofiera hie profuoawuul services to iHiblie DR S M LETCHER To The Public BOOTS PHYSICIAN AND SURfEON BICHMOND ICENTCCK OiHee on First Street jan ly H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SUR3DJi RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seoead street next d 1 3 Whitei Brg Store Bpeeial atteutkm given to Micros r ioal aad Itemieal examinations cf tissues ami fiukia of lh human innl 25uHbtf -- Lexington Cincinnati 0ES sjn AID R HATS un W LACE DR C S HOLTON iiomesfathic Physician zn4 Surneoit Richmond Kbntuckv We have an immense stock of Pall--aad--Wiiit- er- le Goods CONSISTING OF 40a P Office Main Street twerD MBr OtSce hours 830 to 1100 AM JC 3 Special attention Ven to dica women antf all dUBcort chronic caes Patients treated at a diatai ce HsUiwopathic metKciMes sent to rr rca J Uresw s- - - iilala RAB13S and 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 honest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share 01 your patronage if prices are a condition PBIOSS DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 SO Jar--r-y RED HOUdB KY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Ofiera hi profeaeional servicts puhlte Office at Iowella store 12- I t9 -- na Respectfully tfMJLACE mchzi iy BOE PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Lair RICHMOND KY im imni mmi U eat fastener THIS IS THE Speeial attention given to abstractirg titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky OfJJpe in Cliiiax building S E Corner Main and decond Streets up June 22 tf stairs Attorney at Iaw BEST E T BURNAM KATIST AM RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R- - Hur OFFICE with C F juue 22 tf nam ou First Street Â¬ MJU MiP m try mall 25 cents in stamps KfqlE SEAT MFEffl Y EMIPEHTED or W per dozen sets Attorney at Law lortnerly occupied by County Jude oct6 ly Miller J A SULLIVAN to parCes porchaslns territory theso Sat and Ttl 1Laa enanged In an instant Sample sent Town CouBtv amt State Right for Sale and Fasteners W1U be at a r tow Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE 011 First street same aa I UADGER VuTmrn IV CS FAXD VI CA 1ITA T STOCK 9300000 Attorney atKYIaaw RICHMOND Office on Second Street June 22 tf POWELL C3 cs I- CO BLVMJFACTUIIBUS OF en Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND OQlce corner Main and First streets 1 up Btnlrs over Ramseys OTT O W S MOBERLEY 3 km Pk CfttiSisteia WEEK iUSENESS Propristors and Sc Ia Users cf Ssohlsrs Isjirsvsd Psrfsfitfcs FHtfc Wteal Jill it on u uamnteccL aa JUpresentetl BEND FOB CATALOGUE o 3v g flEMUBE If E SIS 01bimvi to the baver as any itnscthcent systeani The Scrx7pcruoa w uc VaUU UiCKua J J 33 watches in cadi 9jxUm to us whQe as convenient Q filiate l ASrTEE CHICKEN Mbiiis ElectriG Soap the CWj fcr each watch before it gees oat though each girn Nr only pays giawttk more fcr Toar money lhaa any one else ae Urra and why we are dob watch besiness in the world Wee only Brat ijnallty Eoods tot ooi prices are about what otheis get fcr see and quality Oar 8X0 Sllvcs Watcb 85SWatchUaaaareEciaaa nsczri fMiut iaaajwpT Cholera Cure - THE BEST FAMILY SOAP IN THE WORLD Umfiiim in Quality fioRlity THE original fermcla for which we paid ftacoo fivenfv wan has never been modjed or changed ia tfus sfglitest Tilts onj ia - It is Stnclly Pore to T Identical inxtrcniy yeantay nttu oso inns nothiuc tliat - aj ttJHH of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickeas than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that pasitisdy cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 ceniS bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev trill be refunded 10 18 STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ ess coors limicts ux so IT washes flannels andvrrdout shruikiiifether soap ihe vortd does leaviog than soft and white and 122 new Jnrctlio finest iiifcrlc litxtJi and Ueacbei lutes contains ictsoo n w vt WCZVVCBiXI OBBUOS a Oar B330 o Wxea ia a tem upu i Kb AiaeiicanLeverWaunjsnuf U i-jny vxarsoftar It ia fc2v equal to find watch sold fer ft3 br others Vfe a art class Stiffened GcSd Caie sinca UJsrfnrv nd acrriceablc tha mw any Sobd Cold Case that caa be soul at less than doBbia the meeey as chesn mlA t lavarfaMv laklweaki ot low qoahty tad wcrthitss aOtr rnvl nv cnii In il provemesta of vaal importance In acenr- ff timmAJf TttiArmr PaltntSltl Wiitde wWciwecoaBoreictasrvelT It bloBv canal fnaccsracr SDPearancesa- - tfcnnnie- hnmcrous OisfiasWatcIi contains icmartaat catcntea im- eijieri- - READ TfflS TWICE tiouu rimtmmmtm iwiMnMiw rptlERB UafrrcntRrtlBof time of bbcr J rf soap cf fiiel and cf tbe tsbne where IXib bins IJfcmc Soap is csal aecorttlBS to dtrec K ifiaaonitrate Its rviwill t rial win nuke tbst triaL creat mast Il pay yon to T IKE all best tilings It is rrt mJrely hnt iH tated and counterfeited iner That Vis Different Whoa the moetexactins cse and is the best K road Watch made upea race or AS tkese prices are either a3 cash 0 riacSohaEf C1JNI a we2 Antyawfa Vsr-r-B- sS eJbK i i tho corridor of tho poat a young man fainted away in offlco - IRVINE STREET cufcnrsATTo W 5 OESHEE Next Deor to Post OiScc 28 88 WAITED lubrienting Ohio nnilii toairii i i k j4- - tmm 81 RolUSB 9M nura i uM BMXJ3 rKuH uMer -- u l IS wambeJL Oft Ikarr IFIE uw Ct ll b ij IsfMa 1 IGal and traveling salesmen to s4f ils Apply lor teraw to EvF DisrEsacus Oil Co levBlrwi FrcNnptir CARPETS LAID IN JpiE J 8i go Oplmisteniig Do WU U tW MMill WW MV CKca tsvsar r BaMM ai riwim ctMet tm Dm wfeBMr kTVtcatUdtmrvbMatnvCT wOh pmvtf To3 wh mlt st cam ns of MMlvte tks Wnteh a4 Sample Wuiy U aajv nvtesiM AiMm Ilfreliu4 vk Hmnplca T1wmt4o m Hn r a r wiu or of r caa w nr tar im u kmJ ri- atu 3 n STYLE GivehimaCaH iUnua 27 20 OB Ch Sax 81 iorUqnit Stntae day a crowd quickly course aud of course a dozen peoplo had sugg09tioiiB to make Is he dead demanded a portly citizen as he pushed his way Into tho circle Dead as a neill answered another No he isnt exelaimed a third Ive seon a dozen men in eueh fits But this 1b different probably persisted tbe second luii chap jaas got two watch chains on They never get over any thing worse than the oUo Detroit Free Proa the other gathered of SSissi sZ brtet lanrwtloa t Ji ee ilt zaa rs toafrifworiaofartartewrftowa tsctfltsriaABatrfca TXCilCUtXJox TIO iVncnto Maine 27 26 KAeE ritio ncsj li bt rt ReTrlnK acMnnTTJ T7 trd ia fl pru r II n n rudfli Aur nurtsinetL JliJiJ ii4ri wbT9tipi r ett9 imta vi ww nw ireeie in raca loracty 4h try hot etwicr macis ends la i 1th3 tTorU wttb iJl U attatcwt muciMicncrrvearomptm of mtr coaUr snd nlsiMt rt pcs- - la Ntcnt wt uk itt yo r wait w itao 10 wm ttlx mtTtwr aMtnfAedaftef 2 sumts til iH teD jwtxtwn liit cnod nici is jProprrtT uuuie after At nlnccr pm p iraif niucntAtnioui reiiwhdim k nraootUMKr90 S itfciibftwil HfSKeysteaWaknCteCa t atla39calaCsaawlBalUl33 IC04 WAtSSTST PaKASA rJU ictitatM 190 la yqntjitcHa sjJm Maeito Alax Wata eMGrlai 2LaJj1l pca Aeeats Wasted Thousands un AIA peware of Imitations AftAAAA4AM i rrit err i - JWsSiiT 32 5 fenuemeMU 35 Bettatroafi Cstntak o us bow meat om- ior - M sewiuff wlw wrk la M oac cjom yttditn la tb world asd th noircd FUla W H- - Krtley will build yu a Rood bouse cheaper Ibau Jtuy man in town Maaoelic EJectro Maefc Philadelphia Electric or any other fraud limply bcoue It i cheap They wBt rein clothes and are desr at any price Ask fer - DOBSESB EiCCTXIOi-o- and take co other Nearly ctctt erecer from Mama to Mexico Veens H in stcac Ir yonrs basal it ie wil order from his rearsst wbolesate srocer T EAD canHy the inside wraBper aroaad each J- bar and be carefid to follatr directions cutaca outside wrapper YoucnnnntnKiird watt loBger before tryiag for yourself this oH reKaWc and troly troodarrUt TKSIST upon Dobbins Jnectnc Dont tale WEULi rak PIPES I Dobbins 27 63 Electric Soac mar7 tf WtR receive two car loads on or aboc March Not having room to ore n nc I wit mtace my present nake I naic price that get So call rh make theia g at choictof pattera and the advantage ot erer vitneiS agam GBO M WILLGiNO Rclimond Ky Ja 7 8 9-- he oe kiiMiounv W aSSSBKr - mi if