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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tl i Ti JTTiii T s7i aiTTM rf- o k i At VOLUME n T S HAGAN A RICHMOND THE BOSTON WOMAN Cynical Crltlo Wlio Doe Not Consider Her a Lorablo Creature MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUAKY 30 1889 STEAMBOAT WHISTLES MOVABLE HOUSES Recollections of the Old Time Interest In Western River Trade A I -- IB 1 j agT2 Ttfeg3a P33253 NUMBER P lift 33 J S COLLINS BEATING YELLOW JACK AKeqrlment of Soldiers Who Took Qulnnlo to Save Their Lives In tho month of July 1861 tho Fifth In their new spacious and elegant store- Â¬ room in the New Hotel invite the public to call and see them They have a lull car load of Carpets and therefore the largest lot the greatest varie- Â¬ ty and most inviting prices the communi- Â¬ ty has ever had These carpets embrace CARPETS Eery sad and Style from the finest to the cheapest and will be cut made and put down on your floor at the lowest figures FURNITURE The Boston woman consider as a typo affords a most ontertiulng sludy to the observer who is disposed to view things from a humorous standpoint She Is interesting because so different irom tho femile of our snowies olsc- whore Unquestionably gbe is not beautif uL You may promonade Wash ington and Tremont streets half a day and never seo ono really pretty girk Venture into the shops and you will find not a few behind the counters But thoy are not of the indigenous broad They come almost without exception from down in Maine or from Irish American parentage a cross nearly always productive of pretty faces and good figures In so- Â¬ ciety which is a sort of caste by itself there are some handsome women but not very many In the population at large beauty in petticoats is singular Â¬ ly lacking DoubHsss the climate has much to do with it Here it is winter eight months in tho year There is no vegetation until the first of June to speak of and it is mo3tly gone by tho beginning of October The sun is not generous with the rays it sheds upon the cold soil of Massachusetts Such conditions arc not favorable to the cultivation of loveliness In tho warm parte of the earth things bloom spontaneously girls are more apt thau not to grow up pretty thoir complexions are clear and good at any rat in the youth and their figures are rounded with the lines of grace It ought to be as natural for a woman to blossom into boauty oven if 6he fades afterwards as for a flower And under favorable circumstances it is so In this region however oven the young girls at that age when they should be loveliest are plain and angu- Â¬ lar Collins Hagan have a tremendous quantity of Bed Room Sets embracing everything from a 150 set down to a 10 set Mahogany cherry walnut antique oak ash poplar and all other woods hard and soft CHAIRS CHAIRS No house in this region has or ever had a more complete stock of Chairs i BF D CPRINGS T 4 f2v X fTfB 311 81 nSj isf 11 A AwJ A hH j Us Boston woman should be likewise Seemingly she does not try to cultivate the softer graces which should adorn Â¬ her sox Her manners in public places are apt to bo unpleasant and her ways Â¬ at home are inhospitable In short she is not less angular morally than physically As a rule she is aggressive Â¬ ly disposed and does not hesitate to assert her equality at least with tho masculine brute From every thing save skirts she is practically emanci- Â¬ Even in the upper social pated stratum the young bud just enter- Â¬ ing the fashionable swim exhibits in a refined way symptoms of a like descrip-Â¬ tion From the start she is entiroly self- - confident and methodical in her pursuit of a hutband who is pecuni- Â¬ arily desirable She is thoroughly up in book lore or pretends to be so housewifes but of the arte she professes the humble Pos- Â¬ most deplorable ignorance itively it is refreshing to contemplate the ill concealed prida with which she confesses her inability to cook sew or do any thing else that is usof ul It must be perfectly charming to know how to do such things she ex- Â¬ claims with transparent affectation but somehow 1 iiave never naa a chance to learn Of course she means it to be under- Â¬ stood that circumstances of birth and family connection have placed her be yond the necessity of vulgar labor Her husband when she gets him is not likely as may be surmised to find such a woman in any true sense a helpmate In all probability he will be sat upon to some extent and made to feel that a man in the household is a necessary evil but rather to be discouraged than So he will take to living otherwise at his club a good deal of the time while his wife devotee herself to social and intellectual enjoyments in com- Â¬ pany with her female friends On the whole the assertion may h safely be ventured that the Boston woman can scarcely be termed a lova-Â¬ ble creature Cor St Louis Qlobc- DemocraL The climate hereabouts is cold and bard and it is not surprising that tho Georgia regiment Confederate army was stationed at James island near Charleston S C During that month the rogimeni Was ordered to Charles ton to take charge of ton thousand prisoners who had been removed from Andersonvillo to Charleston At that time the yellow fover was raging in the city with some violence Tho federal prisoners in charge of tho regi Â¬ ment were located at the Washington race course situated between tho Ash Â¬ ley and Cooper rivers and about ono and ono half miles from tho city prop er As a safeguard against tho men of the regiment taking the fover it was ordered that at surgeons call which Was sounded at an early hour in tho morning oach crmpany of the reg- Â¬ iment was to be marched to tho surÂ¬ geons tent and a dose of quinino ad Â¬ ministered to each member and be-Â¬ sides this strict ordors were promul- Â¬ gated against any member of tho com- Â¬ mand going into tho city before sun- Â¬ rise or after sunset With many of tho soldiers tho system was thoroughly cleansed by taking doses of castor oil before taking the quinine Tho regiment remained fully a month within cannon shot of tho main portion Of the city while tho fever was raging In an epidemic form but in that time not more than three or four men of tho regiment wore stricken down with tho disease tho result no doubt of their own imprudence in visiting tho city after nightfall All of these soldiers died and sad to say one of them Archie Nail ol Com Â¬ pany B Griffin Light Guards was ono of the victims a boy of not more than eighteen year3 of age but as gallant a soul as ever wore the gray During tho day when tho sun wa3 fully up tho men of the regiment walked tho streets of Charleston utterly indiffer- Â¬ ent to all fear of tho fever But a few months before the Fifth Georgia regi- Â¬ ment had campaigned it among tho mountains of North Georgia and now unacclimated they passed through tho terrible ordeal of a yellow fever epidemic with only tho loss of threo or four Without a doubt quinino in large and regular doses had much to do with keeping off tho fover and tho precaution used of keeping out of the city after nightfall also without a doubt had much to do with the protec- Â¬ tion of the soldiers from the prevailing epidemic At seasonable hours tho writer of this article with his system fortified by large doses of quinine walked the streets of the city of Charleston during the epidemic with porfoct impunity and no bad results Tele Ga followed him Dawson graph MILLIONS Tlicj Fill the OF WORDS of ETery Publisher Iand Robert Bonner told a reporter thrco or four yoars ago that the Ledger In the OfllcM - Composition of Natural Gas Analysis shows that the average composition of the Pittsburgh natural gas is sixty seven parts in one hundred of marsh gas twenty two of hydrogen three of nitrogen five of ethylic hy- Â¬ drate one of defiant gas and tho re Â¬ maining two of oxygon carbonic acid and carbonic oxide In contrast with this tho gas obtained at Findlay O a prolific gas field in the northwestern part of thfct State shows as follows Marsh gas ninety three four of nitro- Â¬ gen two of hydrogen and the remain Â¬ der small portions of the other gases Iu 100 liters of Pitts- Â¬ mentioned tho heat units aro burgh gas calculated at some 789694 in Findlay gas 878082 and by way of compari- Â¬ son in the same quantity of Siemens producer gas at 113000 In generat ing steam experiments under various boilers show 1000 feet of gas to be oqual in heating power to from 80 to 133 pounds of different kinds of coal Oao pound of coal equals in value 7 feet of natural gas the latter explodes violently when mixed with nine to fourteen parts of air When burned with pure oxygen the flame temperaÂ¬ ture of natural gas is estimated at 7100 degrees centigrade and when it is burned with a quantity of air just sufficient to secure perfect combustion tbe temperatures are 2333 C for natural gas and 1700 for Slomeas K T Suit Renovating Old Clothes The most comfortable Bed Springs in Come and see them the world BLINDS BLIND Every variety of Window Blinds and Shades all sizes and kinds PIANOS AND The 0RA8S fac- Â¬ could be run for five years on tho manuscripts then paid for and stowed away in his safos without the purchaso of another line Still he was con- Â¬ stantly buying and by this time is doubtless oight or ten years ahead Tho Century and Harpers Magazine it is claimed could be published for fifteen years on matter already ac- Â¬ cepted A sensational story paper in- Â¬ ferior to tho Ledger claims to have on hand serials enough for ten years to come And the story is tho same in all periodical publication offices where matter is allowed to accumulate Yet the avalanche of words poured forth by the victims of cacoothos scribendi continues with seemingly ever increas- Â¬ ing volume Tho editor of a maga- Â¬ Wo receive on zine said recently an average about twenty prose manu- Â¬ poetical as many and scripts per day They vary in length and subjects greatly but have a harmonious style that of utter bad- Â¬ ness Not one in a hundred is worth passing to a second reader for con- Â¬ sideration The writers generally send long letters trying to influence pub-Â¬ lication through sympathy with their ambition or thoir misery or by giving fictitious ideas of thoir social political or literary prominence Of course no attention is paid to such lotters Each manuscript has to go on its own merit or demerit Many of them can bo sufficiently judged on thoir first two pages and sometimes a story is reject-Â¬ ed without any reading at all simply because its length unfits it for our use I do not think we could keop up with tho constantly inflowing mass if we did not adopt such short cuts in read Â¬ No in- Â¬ ing and judging manuscripts stead of getting more than our share I have no doubt thero aro other offices where much more matter is offered than in ours One that I know of gets from fifty to sixty manuscripts a day All sorts of people send in stuff but the mott prolific and persistent in their contributions are those who have absolutely no qualifications as writers N T Mail and Express A Finest Instruments that the DESPERATE FLIRT Scc- - tories afford and at living figures How Ho Acted Dnrlne a VUlt to ond Clasa Dime Museum No house in Central Kentucky carries a larger or more complete stock of coffins COFFIN elegant carriages Handsonie Hearse gentle horses careful drivers experienced embalmer and painstaking funeral director Â¬ Hagan have E In short Collins every thing in their line from the highest to the lowest from the broadest to the nar- Â¬ rowest from the thickest to the thinest from 31 the longest to the shortest They had just come out of a dimo museum a tall lank woman with knife blado lips and an olivo green complexion tho little old man with her was round faced blue eyed and meek of manner Hardly had they reached tho pavement when the es- Â¬ hissed out A tain who has reoently written sence of vinegar by his side I seen yo Abslom Kittson very extensively on the subjeot of Seon mo what Nancy Tho mens dross said yesterday Ob Td ask what I toll yo I seen utility and value of a cleaner can not eyes be overestimated when a mans ward Â¬ ye with my own llvin Seen me what Many New York Â¬ is considered robe Seen you flurritin with that tattoed ers throw a suit of clothes aside or didl discard a coat or trousers because thero woman Oh I Good Lord Nancy two visible and a general is a spot or Oh I seon you give her them pea musines3 about tho oollar If they would open negotiations with Bomo nuts I seon yo Why Nance I v little tailor in a side street and have And I seen ye flurritin with tho fat him inspect their clothes regularly seen ye give her the apple once a month and ropair the attacks woman I thoy would find that Ab Kittson of dust and travel Why Nance I merely the improvement as far aa appearancos I had my eye on ye I seen yo offer concerned would amount to some are gal a bite of your bolony thing like seventy five per cent A that albino Ab Kittson an I seen yo sossingor skilful and hard working tailor can up to that bearded wom- Â¬ take a disroptuable looking suit of try to make look almost an clothes and make them Good land of as good as new within three or four Shet up Ab Kittson or Til go Thoro are certain properties in days flat iron home A flurritin with slch Oh I soap water benzino and the you youmlzzableblgflirrutyouP which aro exceedingly valuable and seen Detroit Free Press bolievo in dressing well men who r i Sun should remember it N Aa elderly New York woman who Do not dry up tho cows when for six months spent her timo while a costly cold weathor approaches xt will spoil rSdlsg to work in knitting for future use more or less young shawl forgot tho garment which was them The alaost completed in the cars the other cows rind heifers especially morning I warmer s MENTAL LAZINESS Inability to Acquire Knowlodje Dae Only Writer to Slothful Ilablto We doubt if oven thoughtful En Â¬ In this age whan traveling may be Twenty years ago when steamboat said to be almost a pa3jion and whett glishmen apart always from a limited ing was in Its glory on tho Mississippi nearly every body had his ears trained eo much has been done for the benefit class of experienced abd observant to distinguish boat whistles and mort of those1 who Hre fond of rdamirig it teachers are at all aware of the extent could sit at home or rise up in bed at is strauge that nd syst3in of morabld to which many more women are hlglit And say on hearing a distant sig- Â¬ houses has yet bejn devised Tho swayed by what is really nothing but great improvement in parlor cars mental lazines3 Numbers of them Natchez nal or Thoro como3 tho Thats tho R E Loo coming in from gives a hint of ho w this should be done positively will not apply their minds at AT McKEES OLD STAND Already our millionaires and railroad all preferring any consequences which Now Orleans When tho celebrated race botweon potentates have their private palaces may result from ignorance and emerge Richmond Ky Mam the Robert E Lee and tho Natchez from fitted up with every convenience arid from school as ignorant as fishes while Cor New Orleans to St Louis took place luxury in which they might live for still larger classes possibly even betray the same the interest was intense and on the weeks at a time having their cars a majority morning tho steamboats were expected switched on tho sidings at aay place impulse as regards particular sub In Ihe levee was thronged with people where they wish to remain Two diffi- Â¬ jects Men are constantly heard to af- Â¬ anxious to see tho result It was about culties however have yet to be over- Â¬ firm in confidential moments that they noon when the Lee blow a blast as she come before the3e cars can be regard Â¬ literally can not acquire this or that passed Carondelet and those who had ed as at all satisfactory a3 places for ordinary branch of knowledge while they do loarn at tho very same time bet thoir money on this boat knowing continued residence In the first place thoro is seldom things much more difficult and requir- Â¬ the whistle was that of their favorite set up a shout Many bets which had any provision made in them for the ing precisely the same kind of mental Hundreds of men will pro been made wero paid even before the entertainment of friends on any large capacities victorious steamer came in sight so scale Their owners having remained foss positively inability to learn the positive wore all that she was tho for somo time in any city and enjoyod commonest facts relating to any winner The reason every one the hospitality of friends arc debarred science but their own even when their GEHTS TRUNKS GOODS was so positive that it was tho Lee was by the narrowness of their quarters 6wit Is kindred to the one discussed women will calcu- Â¬ that tho Natchez had a whistle totally from returning tho social kindness of while thousands of all the measure- Â¬ unlike that Of any othor steamer on which they havo been made the recipi- Â¬ late accurately a tho river It produced a warbling ents It is necos3ary that tho parlor ments necessary for a dress sound which was rather musical This car shall bo developed until it contains really difficult process if accuracy is to sound was brought about by suspend- Â¬ dining rooms parlors dining halls be attained and thon declare unblu6h- and oven ball rooms suited for tho en ingly that they can not no they can ing a ball in the cylinder The whistles of tho boats wero even tertainment of largo companies This j not understand rule of three or calcu- used as a means of communication bo- Â¬ wlll probably necessitate the introduc late Mr Goschens interest in their tion of a wider gauge than is at pres- Â¬ own fortunes Half the men in the tweon pilots who had a code of signals c As thoir boats passed on the river they ent commonly employed unless somo world who aro not sensitive to music way arrangements can be mndo for the use think it an impossibility for them to would exchange greetings in this and some of them had it down so of tracks running upon the doublo learn to read musical notation and we fine to use a common expression as trucks with which roads are al Â¬ have heard a man not without power This will naturally of reasoning and with a special apti to be able to convey almost any infor- ready provided arithmetic de-Â¬ and tho people tudo for mental mation they desired Frequently tho come in timo passongers would be awakened at night will send out invitations for clare that a thousand years of tuition by tho most uncommon shrill sounds entertainments to bo given in half a would not enable him to compehend a Indeed it is ono and in great fear would inquire whether dozen cities on as many different dates quadratic equation there had been a collision and would with tho comfortable feeling that at tho of the phenomena of mental laziness be comforted by the assurance that it specified timo their own houses will bo that it often reveals itself in its acutest was only the pilots talking to each in the places named It will bo seen form in the naturally able and that it at a glance how much this will add to is tho reaeoner who is most daunted by other Tho whistles were all made in ex- Â¬ tho variety of social life and as it is a particular set of syllogisms not one actly tho same way but owing to thoir directly in tho line of tho growing cos- Â¬ whit more difficult than those he has The inability is difforenco in size or to the motal they mopolitanism of tho country tho sug- Â¬ already mastered pro- Â¬ produced different sounds tho differ gestion should appeal at onco to pop- Â¬ not positive but only relative and is produced either by what we call want once however only boing distinguish ular intelligence able to tho practiced ear Tho first Tho second difficulty with tho exist- Â¬ of interest in the subject which may real novelty was introduced by Wm ing state of things is the fact that cars be either instinctive or natural McClellan tho present boiler inspector switched onto a siding are almost sure or by a sense of pain in the effort that He imported a newly fashioned whistle to be in undesirable parts of the town like the pain to the arms in swimming can be ovorcome only by frequent and from Philadelphia and put it on the whither self respecting pleasure-seeker- s apr IS tf If the necessity Rescue a harbor boat This produced might naturally find it awkward to continuous practice peremptory the inability speedily a sound similar to the howls of rosoj When once a proper system of is wild animals and by contrast was house cars has been adopted tho next disappears and that often in a way Tho first step will be for the reservation of which at once indicates its source It dubbed tho mocking bird morning it was used it caused quite a squares in the fashionable quar- Â¬ does not disappear gradually it lasts sensation in tho city The pilot of tho ter of tho town laid with convenient apparently as insuperable as ever up Rescuo kept blowing it at a furious tracks and switches and hired out for to a definable moment and then rate as tho boat went up and down longer or shorter periods to proprie- Â¬ presto it is gone never to return The tho harbor and hundreds of people tors of traveling mansions As money truth is enough has been learned to mistaking the blowing for tho howls has long since ceased to bo an object awaken unconsciously the faculty of at-Â¬ of wild animals rushed down to see to American millionaires they will tention or in other words to take away what It all meant Tho same whistlo undoubtedly be willing to pay gener- Â¬ the pain of it and then the natural is yot used on the tug George Rhea ously for such accommodations and power has its full swing That is we Tho decline of tho river traffic has the general result will bo satisfactory bolievo the unvarying experienca of naturally caused a decline in the gen Â¬ pecuniary returns to tho holders of overy man who learns chess which no eral interest that was once taken in lots convenience to the voyaging man every forgets and of all except tho river and all things appertaining householders and a pleasant varioty tho few with natural bent who study In to it and there are very few now ex- Â¬ both in tho appearance and social life any abstract science whatsoever cepting experienced rivor men who of fashionable neighborhoods All men possessed of the natural bent can toll the whistle of a slnglo boat this is said not so much in the way of there is of course no laziness because that enters the harbor The Anchor suggestion as of prophecy but since there is no sense of pain they learn Lino boats are known by tho fact that it is well to accustom ourselves to pos without effort perceptible to them- Â¬ on entering the harbor the pilot al- Â¬ siblo innovations however startling selves as the savage learns the wilder Â¬ ways signals thoir approach by one the idea is worthy of the gravest con- Â¬ ness of natural facts necessary to enable him to hunt or fish for food with suc- Â¬ long two short and a long blow but sideration Boston Courier never knows any cess A savage which ono of the boats of this lino is A REMARKABLE STORY thing about the forests except the approaching would be a mystery un- Â¬ less seen to nearly every body Nono An Old Couple Who Uouht Themselves myriad of minute indications necessary Out of Slavery Twice Over to toll him where to find the great of tho othor linos or boat3 owned by Old Aunt Jenny Mathis or Aunt maggots which he eats He is com- Â¬ individuals have any regular method of Ginny Buck aa she was called by peted to learn that and his mental announcing their coming Tho science of steamboat whistling is fast declin- Â¬ every body a good old colored wom- Â¬ laziness therefore does not stop him an well known to tbe citizens of Haw as it would if Sir J Lubbock were to ing St Louis Post Dispatch kinsville and vicinity died at her try to teach him tho anatomy of a leaf home in this place not long ago aged He could learn that anatomy if it were TOOTHSOME LUNCHES about seventy five years Aunt Jen- Â¬ equally essential to his existence How to Prepare Dainty Sandrrlchcs and nys history is a remarkable one She London Spectator Other Delicacies was born a slave and was owned in Many housekeepers aro at a loss to SIBERIAN MAMMOTH hor young days by a planter In Wilkin- Â¬ know what to fix for children who must By working in take thoir dinners to school or the son Countyand saving overy her loisure now a Great Ileast Win Kpt on Ice for moments ponny she the Modern Scientist husbands and sons whoso lunches must earned she accumulated enough to pur- Â¬ It must not be supposed that our own be eaten from homo The following chase her freedom about 1837 She elephant is in any way a degenerate dainties will bo found excclent for kept a restaurant or hotel here and descondnnt of the true mammoth On such was liberally patronized by tho whlto Sandwiches Cut slices of fresh citizens Many prominent citizens tho contrary the groat Siborinn beast spe- Â¬ brood from which remove the crust boarded with her and here was tho was in many respect a more and cialized representative of the original Take tho fat from slices of cold ham leading and in fact the only hotel In He and chop the lean very fine To every Hawkinsvillo fifty years ago Aunt family than his southern cousins teacup of chopped ham add half a tea Jennys husband known as old Undo was in short a progressive elephantÂ¬ spoonful of French mustard and tbe Buck assisted his master a Mr which seized with a desire to emi mashed yelk of a hanl boiled egg mix Mathis around his store and saved grate had gone north and overspread regions of Europe well together Butter the bread spread money and with tho assistance of the whole temperate Asia and North America before tho with prepared meat and roll up tightly Aunt Jonny who sold cakes coming on of the great ice ago Potted Ham Cut somo slices from etc to carry Â¬ In his northern home ho retained in addition fine a cold boiled ham mince very on ing restaurant they or redeveloped the hairy covering her and to every pound of lean meat allow wore enabled in few years to purchase which tho olephant lost in India half a pound of fat pound all together Uncle Bucks freedom paying about or Africa and ho took kindly enough in a mortar to a fino paste gradually 1500 in gold About tho time they to the cold weather whioh preceded adding half a tcaspoonful of pounded bought themselves a law was enacted In tho advent of the glacial opooh mace cayenne popper and a little all- Â¬ by the Georgia Legislature prohibiting Associate Roads Cincinnati short he was rathor an elder brother nut- Â¬ spice with a sprinkle of grated the buying of slaves by themselves of the elephant than in any sense a meg Have all tho ingredients well Tho former owner of Aunt Jenny and direct ancestor mixed Put away in small jars and Undo Buck turned over a bill of sale Other mammoths have since been QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORTTB LINB TO spread on buttered bread when wanted to thorn to a gontleman named Mc found in Siberian tundra buried where for lunch Combs who went to Macon and died they sunk in up to their necks among New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Chopped Spiced Beef Chop two thero very suddenly The bill of sale the soft slush and preserved ever pounds of raw bcof and a small piece was found among his effects with no since partly like tinned meats by tho Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the of suet season with pepper salt and explanation and through somo process exclusion of the air and partly llko I a little bunch of dried sweet herbs of law Uncle Buck and Aunt Jennie Australian mutton by the effects of Add two eggs fcJf a teacup of bread were again put into slavery For sov frost Tho most interesting find was crumbs and a tablospoonful of butter eral years thoy worked as slaves and made by a young Russian engineer mix and work in a roll with a littlo at loagth secured money enough and that the name of Benkendorf who of flour to make stick together Bake in again bought their freedom paying steaming in a small cuttor up pan let get cold and slico for lunch a botweon 2000 and 3000 tho second tho Indigirka river not to know THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIPIC COAST- Jollied Veal Cut a knuckle of veal time naturally argues tho Indigirka in pieces put in a kcttlo and cover In tho meantime their son Sam was yourself unknown saw during a with cold water boil gently for two born to them and he was sold off and flood to his immense delight a real Mornins anil ffiglit Trains After buying dead mammoth with its eyes open and the Important cltlen ot Ihe SJonth without change hours then add an onion six pepper carried to Louisiana cones a dozen cloves half a tcaspoon- Â¬ themselves the second time Aunt Jenny its hair trunk moving restlessly nUNNINO THROUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILUS FLORIBA ET ful of ground allspice a blade of maco and her husband went to Louisiana through the turbid water bobbing up Uniy JulIlC TWBNTY EIQUT HOURS with popper and suit and simmer one and tried to buy Sam but his ownor and down merrily in the stream before Travelers have a ehntee or two Kino oc QUEKX AND CRESCENT HOUTS-MaHODeCiai A 0I1CG hour longer Take out tho meat re- Â¬ refused to sell him They then moved him There is n well known Swiss dolr Buffet Car and Pullman Finest Palaee Buffet Sleeper Stale Room PaMwa move the bones pick to pieces andput to Ohio and lived there several years story of tho wrinkled old woman io a in a mold Boil the liquor down strain butbecamo dissatisfied and returned to mountain village who recognizes in Nearly tho Leading Railroads passengers Cincinnati and add a teacup of vinegar pour it Hawkinsville saying they preferred to tho fresh corpso of a young man just Clrand Central Union Depot lu the City and are assured boWlng tickets via IM Mm aro a Journey atlowded with 8fetl therefore saved tranfer across over the meat and let stand twenty live in Georgia though It wjis a slave brought down among tho ice of a comfort and cenvenlence four hours When cold turn out and State Tho war came on and thoir son glacier to tho point where it melts into via- - Queen and Crescent slico very thin and eat with bread and Sam was freed and camo to Hawkins- Â¬ an Alpine torrent the features of her Ostites St Paul Building West Fourth 8C nnoonatl Ohio General butter ville where he now lives Hawkins lover lost half a century before in tho D O EDWARDS JOHNILGAULT Aestag Ueawalftweagir Age Pressed Chicken Take a largo well tille Qa Dispatch General Manager yawning mouth of a deep crevasso R X RYAS R CARROLL one will an Â¬ grown chicken an old But what is a half a century of iced Geswtat Fweasrt Asm Superintendent General swer pluck and singe put in kcttlo J aUINLAN General AdvertlsiBg Agent humanity to ono hundred thousand What Peculiar Means Corn with cold water to cover place over a years of preserved mammoth moderate firo and simmer gently for Applied to Hoods Bnreaparilln the hill Magazine S two or three hours or until ihe meat word Peculiar is of great Importance M-yE-IRrfalls off the bones When done pick It meaus that Hoods Harsuparllla is A Future President to pieces put tho bones and skin back differeut from other preparations in He was an energetic boy of twolve in the kettle and boil until the liquor mnny vital points which make it a When he rQturnod from school the Is reduced ono half then strain and thoroughly honest and relhble medi- Â¬ other day and found his mother out season with salt and popper mix with cine It is Peculiar iu a strictly med- Â¬ he set to work to rake up tho leaves the chicken pour the whole in a square in the combination of in the yard Lots of boys would have mold and stand aside over night When ical 66Dse first slice thin remedial agents used second in the flung the leaves into tho street to bo hard and cold turn out and proportion Iu which Uiey are prepared wasted but this boy was beginning to Louisville Courier Journal third in tbe process by which tbe ac study economics Leaves wasted is tive curative properties of the medicine heat wasted and coal wasted He raked Preserving Vegetables are secured fitudy these points well up five bushels carried them down cel Â¬ Wlfo at breakfast My dear Trill They mean volumes They make lar and crammed them into tbe furÂ¬ you havo some more of tho stowed po- Â¬ Hooods Sarsnparilia sJPecuIiar In its nace and five minutes after ho had thorn tatoes I cooked thorn mysolf a curative powers as itp accomplishes touched wasmatch to ground tho first man tf and fifty on tho Huaband No Ive had enough steamer wonderful cures hitherto unknown Wlfo What is tho best way to keep people were at hand to help fling tho and which giv to Howls BarsaDarilla potatoes John furniture out Actual damage only a best way for a clear right to the Mile of TheOreat Husband I think tho few shekels experience valued at est Blood Purifier ever Discovered ten thousand dollars Detroit Fret you to keep potatoes is to stew Press Bazar 30 34 1frit for Catalogue ana Ml tnfvrmHotiiaUfiUS V laUSMtj IV I i Dream TTliIcIi an ImaglnitlTO Call a Trorihecr The 01atfai First and Streets - qg Jja r wff JL JJMMJm c7 HATS CAPS FIIIISIIIG 1UJSB Umbrellas Walking Canes Handkerchiefs Hosier A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cmvats Â¬ A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Â¬ Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in Prices to meet the demands of fusion the times je M ia Jbk as itee aV W B WHITE ta D P STREET JEWELER ARMBR mITS ti fe K- - i jazi mg e Ur Pl tsg 4 el e 8 fle TV ret M l jl iE A IP Im t e tb ek 1 B f i Pi qUEM AW CEE3COTT EOTJTS Southern and Mai Ms M East anil Som wast sx aSfflKUtStKaasrJTft H-S oi Travel Ai ae All AcffiiSS S2 - Doors Sash Blinds IJrackets Mouldings Shingles Laths Â¬ Kongk and Dressed Lumber Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky BRYANT s STRAT1WB usiness College IPJJftlJWIIIJUItlllliiJJLI THE CLIMAX rUBUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY FIFTIETH CONGBJESS DOYLESYILLE CONCERNING THE Climax Pbikting Co TREVCH TIPTON Wm g WHITE J tD1TeRS- - PRICE PER YEAR 5160 3o 1889 Â¬ WEDNESDAY JANUARY Joe Moore agent at Indianapo lis of the Connecticut Mutual In surance Company is short three quarters of a million dollars Stock speculations did it Â¬ Second Sctulon TVasfhnstox Jan 81 Sbsatk A bin was 3svd stbertdg tbe Oiaaha and Fort Demise raHwaj- to baBd It road acrosi tli Fort Hayes niHtary roscrraUea in Kansas A cwmmunl caUeo was pretested from tfet Goreroorof HiehtgQ pretenUnf for Sataarr Halt a statue of Lrwtt Cass The tariff bill at considered aed as afirccBH nl reacted to take a vote at p bl to morrow A sight sratioa TO beW to ceathuetbe debate House There was Blistering to force an ngreeewet for amendeKBlg to tbe Oklahoma MU A resolution was finally adopted to make tbe Oklahoma bilt a tpe lal order fer Thursday sext aad to take a tote at ier oclock A bHl was passed autborizteg tbe are Indian Battens to lease certain hads also a Wit Inereaafog the BazteatiBi of international raeeejr orders from itStoftea At440p m the Hoose adjourned tbe various memorials presented was a ludi crous eoe rtened by a number of dentists ask iC that a boaatv or oce dollar er tooth ex tracted be a oued to American dentists In order to raroorace an honest industry lower tbe coat to patieats aad ewourago tbe hasd f ratios of dentits from 1 other parts of the trend thereby making a etter market for the agricultural and ether product sot this eetra try Tbe Senate rt 11 an resumed eoasidera tkm of the tariff bill the pendtajr question beÂ¬ ing en the amendmeat offered by Mr Reagan to tbe wool section noose la the Home the contested election case of Smalls vs Elliott was set aside for the river and harbor bill which was discussed un lit p hl when tbe House adjourned Washington Jan SBSATr- - The House bill for taking tbe ecenUi census vas reported back AmeadBteaU to tbe dlpiomatc and con sular bill were reported for the jtrotectton of American Interests In Samoa A concurrent res Â¬ olution was passed for counting tbe electoral vote Wednesday February H The bill to de clare trusts unlawful went ocr The House bill for the relief of the State National Dank of New Orleans was taken np and jiassed The District of Columbia aprropriation biH was takes up and at 523 p m the Senate adjourned after a secret session HocE The sundry civil appropriation bill was taken up Pending a vote on an amend ment la regard to steam printing presses the House at 4 15 p m adjourned The House to day adopted an amendment appropriating K 009 for tbe payment of labor on the public building at Frankfort Ky WA6mTas Jan 2 Senate Message from tbe Hcuc announcing the death at Repre sentative Barnes and an appointment of a se lect Joint committee of seven Representatives aad three Senators was received and laid be fore the Senate Mr CockreH offered resolu tions declaring its deep sensibility at the an nouncement and concurring In the resolution of the House of Representatives The resolu tions were agreed to and Senators Vest Oefce and Collom were appointed and then on mo tknof Mr Vest as an additional raarhtef re t pert to tbe memory of the deceased the Sen ate adjourned Horse Tbe death of Representative Barnes was announced and appropriate resolutions were adopted Mr Dotkcry then offered tbe resolution framed at the meeting of the Mis souri delegation and they were unanimously adoped Accordingly at 12M the House ad Joumed Waphisoton Jan 55 Sex vte Mr Hale from the Appropriation Committee reported the consular aad diplomatic appropriation bill and said he would call it up early next week Mr Allison moved that the Senate insist on its amendment to tbe tariff bill ami asked for a conference with tbe House 00 the bill aad amendment Tbe motion was agreed to with out obtecuon Among the bills reported from committees and placed on the calendar were the following Granting a right of way to rail road company through tbe Sioux Indian Reser vation Mr Sawyer from tbe Post office Com mittee repotted back tbe House bill to increase the maximum of international money orders from 30 to flea and it was passed The pen sion appropriation bill was then taken up and passed with but one amendment appropriating 1 16800 for rent of pen4on agencies Tbe Military Academy appropriation bill was then taken no amended and passed Thirty private pen sion bills were passed and at i 43 pm the Senate adjourned until Monday Hocst Mr Townsend I1L from the Com mittee on Military Affairs reported the appro priation bin and it was placed upon the calen dar Also a bill to establish a National Mili tary aad Naval Museum in the city of Wash ington Committee of the whole Tbe sundry civil bilt was taken up aad an amendment adopted reducing tbe royalty for the use of steam plate presses from one dollar per thou sand impressions to one cent At 1 iS p no the House took a recess until J 39 the evening ses s lea being for the coesideratiod of passion bills Washington Jan 98 Senate Not in ses- Â¬ The river is rising and we arc expecting some tide in it Johnnie Eads has been very sick but is reported a little better now George Dunbar bought a 40 stilky in town Friday Guess lie is going to marry Who evtr saw such a warm and sunny winter before as this Kentucky must be moving South lately Mr John Walden has sold his town lot and residence in this place to Mr Richa Wells Son and are going to Winchester the first of February Â¬ Wawunctok Ja si Sbsate Among Urs Fayett C Snead the well kitowH Washington correspondent of tlte Courier Journal familiarly kitowH as Fay diod of heart trouble oh Thursday - Alex Lantcr Johnnie L Green and Henry Abney are going West the 20II1 of of next month Wish you all the good hick you can have Looks as if all the good looking boys are going to forsake Kentucky m EDOT0X James Witt lias finished covering his new barn D B Warner and Clyde Tcatlcr will marry next Thursday William Carrier of Boone county is visiting friends and old acquaintances at this place s Mr Travis Morse formerly of this place is to be made Circuit Judge of a e district that is to be formed in Kansas Mr Morses numerous friends here will be tad to hear it a The Citiaeu of Estill County lmsiness continues in the Register We have neither time nor space to give the matter attention except to say that we never promised any ami have none to corrections make George IX Maledon the United Stales bangmft ot Fort Smith Arkansas has Itehl the position The hemp raisers arc breaking their hemp but getting along slowly owing to the wet weather The ferry lias changed hands at the mouth of Paint Lick Wylte Burton is the present ferryman Blakeman and Peels arc going to start tlieir saw mill at the mouth of Paint Lick in Jessamine county El idventeen years ih1 executed sixty persons He sltoukl write a book oh What I know About Hanging They do say that Woodford countys next Representative in the Legislature will be Mr Rich odeon editor of the Mid anl way Clipper Dick Godson is only another name for Eli Hhe al ways gets there Â¬ Â¬ J X Broaddus went to Nicholasville on Monday to county court He docs not stand back on a cold day Buddy Wade and family have removed back from Kansas They moved out there several years ago He says that Kansas is a bad country No good for him aV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F0XT0WX Seeing that our correspondent to our paper has dropped out and believing that things of importance do sometimes occur at this place will take the liberty to send you a letter Â¬ 1 The tobacco raisers of Montgom ery county have held a meeting and resolved in substance that tlie snpply of tobacco greatly exceeds the demand in consequence of wmeh there is no longer any profit to producers and that the production should be greatly reduced or entirely suspended for a time This seems to be the general opin ion throughout the tobacco grow ing districts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The wheat crop is looking splendidly but there is an apparent falling off in the acreage Some of our oldest citizens claim this so far to be the mildest winter they have ever know n The third anutiul District Conven YIcuESTHR Court J A Ram- tion of the Womans Christian Tempe r sey Auotioneerreports about 150 cutlie aneeUulon of the First Kentucky Dison the market 15 head of 400 pound trict will be held in Williamsburg 10 common commencing on Wednesday night the feeders brought 340 yearlings 2000 one pair broke mules 13th of February aud holding through 247 A small crowd In town nutl a the two subsequent days Williamsburg Is a thriving town on dull court N George Case of Montgomery county the Kiinxvllio branch of the L R R It is tbe seat of extensive lumsold a luck colt to Clay Turner for Matt Kenney liaa sold 22000 ber interests and since the completion 5450 grown almost fabu- Â¬ pounds of hemp to It B Hutcucraft uf the railroad has Mouroo Leer sold to G P lously at 476 AH the local unions iu the District Phillips of Hampton Va the stallion are urged to send a full delegation and Dry wood by lark Chief the sire of all people interested in temperance are Croxie 219j Kam Bouuer by Mara cordially invited to attend and hear briuti Medley for about S1000 Two Turner of Henry the papers and discussions on different jacks to Jenkins county To Joe Phelps of Fayette phases of our great work Our meetings have always been both county a 3 year old mare by Bay son of sEricson dam Kate pleasant and profitable and those in Fisherman Â¬ Enfield by Eufield he by Hysdyko attendance have gone away strengthKern sold two ened for further services in the Masters Hambletonian J E vineyard curs of cotton mules jesterday to A Sarah E Randall Prest S107 H Jewell of Albany Ga at Mrs L M Dodge Cor Secy Paris News 32 33 More tobacco remalus iu the hands Corn is selling at S2 delivered here of the planters unsold than usual for the time of year though some of it is and timothy hay at S15 per ton in Mr Wash M Gay eold hi3 Ellis bought stack being sold Thomson farm of 68 acres 1 miles from town to W O B Donaldsons crop for seven ceuts and some others ut similar fig- Mr Richardson for 0500 cash Winures W B Kidd shipped Monday chester Democrat for Lehmau Brothers 105 export cattle A man who has practiced medicine 1525 lbs Thirty two of for 40 years ought to know salt from weighing these were recently purchased of Mrs sugar read what lie says J D Gay at 5410 and the remainder Tolkiio O Jan 10 1S87 were bought some time ago nt f 100 Messrs F J Cheney Co Gentle- Â¬ The wheat crop in this section never men I have been in the general looked better at this time of the year practice of medicine fur most 40 years than at present Owing to the late and would say that in all my practice aud wet fall the acreage was consider- Â¬ aud experience have never seeu a ably curtailed aud much of what was preparation that I could prescribe with sown was put in bad shape Some as much confidence of success as I cm of our farmers sowed it on the ground Halls Catahrh Cure mnnufactur without further work The plant seems by you Have prescribed it a great to be well rooted aud bids fair to make many times and its eflect Is wonderful a fine yield if unforeseen dangers do and would ay in conclusion that I O D Curry have yet to find a case of Catarrh that not hurt iu tbe future bought 25 bogs 4i cents and 100 barrels it wonld not cure if they would take corn in the crib at 175 per barrel it according to directions John V Hughes bought of Mrs Anna Yours Truly W Beau 100 barrels of corn with lot L L GORSUCH M D furnished to feed on nt 51 50 a barrel Office 215 Suiuinltt St R L Sutherland sold his crop of We will give 100 for any case of tobacco Monday for ten ceuts per pound Catarrh that can not be cured with from the ground up to be taken at the Halls Catarrh Cure Taken inbarn this week Rubt Elkin bought ternally of James Eubauk a lot of corn delivF J CHENEY CO Props ered on the cars at Elkhl at 2 per Toledo Ohio Col AF Duckworth bought barrel fiFSold by Drnggists 75c last week of JRobt Qulseuberry a crop 29 33 of tobacco at 7J cents all round Wiuchesler Democrat MATRIMONIAL- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARMERS- - W C T I Â¬ The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing Bver Shown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PBICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anytime iu our line at LOWER PRICES THAN YOU EVER BOUGHT THEM UT BE FOIL Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces Â¬ Â¬ All th Latest Styles in Suiig9 in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Oeeeats c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to tlie smallest boy long and slim thin and stout A BEAtTTXFHLa LISTS OF HATS CAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES C A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LLISVILLETS T0I5ACC0 TROUBLE Â¬ Â¬ Several extensive buyers of to for factory purposes de manded of the Louisville ware houGomencertain restrictions relative to the auction sales of tobacco to which demands the wareltouse wen objected and the buyers withdrew from tlte market The warehousemen held a meeting adopted resolutions and issued a lengthy circular to Ute tobacco growers of Kentuckj The circubacco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tyges Glne The growlh of Tyges Ky Glue Factory Flemiugsburg is wonderful Mr Tom Gibson has returned front the They now have on file 11000 orders mountain connties whither he went to ahead Eleven men are kept busy fill- Â¬ finish the Christmas festivities ing bottles it takes eight men to put Mr Win Green will leave for Missouri In stoppers five boys to put on label in a few days which place he intends and one Clerk to answer Correspon- Â¬ It making his future home Tlie best wishes dents of the community go with him Â¬ Miss Grace Million grand daughter of Mr Win Ballard of Richmond and Mr Allie Yclton ofMilldale formerly tele- Â¬ graph operator in Richmond were mar- Â¬ ried on Wednesday January 23rd Prof B C Hagerman officiating DIED- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i t duction in these columns but it can be had by any grower who will write to any warehouse in the city One oft he demands made by the factory buyers was the ex ehmon ot speculators from the anetion sales Tite wareliousemen contend that such an exclusion would have left the market in the hands of the factory buyers wijo would have dictated prices to the growers and that tliose prices would tlerefore be the lowest It seems to us that the warehouse wen have taken a wise course and that the growers sliould stand by them The prices have not decreased since the witlklrawal of the factory buyers as tlie Cin cinnati warehousemen predicted Â¬ lar k too voluminous for repro- ate substitute that tbe bill mut be referred ference Tbe Speaker decided after a lively de Â¬ bate on a motion of Reed to concur in the SenÂ¬ Hoosc The tariff bill was laid betere tbe House with the Senates request for a con Â¬ to the Ways and Means Committee Tae Sun dry civil appropriation bill was considered and at 6 p hl tbe House adjourned BIOTS IN IRELAND Koughly Handled by an In pector The Trial or a Priest Jlso Chucs a Fight and it Number orrerkCis Are Ilayoneted Dcblix Jan 24 The trial of William OBrien oa the charge of conspiracy began to day at Corrck-on-SuThe Uovern mefit had issued a proclamation forbidding any demonstration welcoming Mr OBrien but despite this twenty thousand persons gathered around tbe court house Six hun Â¬ dred policemen charged tbe crowd using their batons freely but were unable to dis Â¬ perse the gathering Tbe excitement in tbe town is feverish As Mr OBrien en Â¬ tered tbe court house he was greeted with vociferous cheers While Mr OBrien was striving to pass through the crowd to en Â¬ ter the court house be was seized by a po Â¬ lice inspector and dragged for thirty yards The people were maddened by this treatment of Mr OBrien and pressed forward to rescue him from the hands of the inspector The police however re Â¬ pulsed the crowd Mr Timothy Healy who had stepped forward to aid Mr OBrien was met by a bayonet leveled breast at his but he was not injured A number of reÂ¬ porters were maltreated Mr OBrien complained to the magistrate that the po- Â¬ lice were attempting to incite a bloody riot A riot occurred to day at Clen akelty County Cork A priest named McCarthy was charged in court under the Crimes act with inciting the people to a boycott A large crowd had gatherd outside the court house and when the court adjourned two hundred police in waiting charged upon the people in order to disperse them Many persons were injured by batons and bayo- nets The people returned the attack with stones and bottles injuring thirteen of the police three dangerously and one probÂ¬ ably mortally Largo numbers of the peo- Â¬ ple were seriously injured Twenty per Â¬ sons received wounds from bayonets and at least forty were clubbed by tbe police Some of the bayonet wounds are danger Â¬ ir Sr OBrien WACO J 1 i U J 1 are not aware that the people of Waco and vicinity are more than an average and that they have always enjoyed advantages not possessed bjr other and wealthier communities With Waco as a center describe a circle having a radius of a mile and you include three churches two school liouses two mills a post office Masonic lodge a dental office two wood shops two or three blacksmith simps five pottery works six or eight stores including drugs groceries dry goods c express office two physicians and other essential institutions And Waco has for many years enjoyed most of these things while other and richer portions of the county were without them The Richmond and Irvine turnpike divides Waco and it is about to be further divided by another turnpike to run at right angles to the already ex- Â¬ isting one Dirt roads come in from every direction A prong of Muddy Creek runs within half a mile of Waco For a quarter of a century the Waco country has not been with out a representative in the county offices Circuit Clerk Embry Circuit Clerk Miller County Clerk Sheriff Thorpe Oldham and others we recall The Waco people are noted lor their great en eraj good judgment and fine morals Should a wave of pros- parity sweep over them in the near future they will deserve and utilize it The Climax announce od weeks ago and before a boom had been mentioned that Waco five years from now would have a population larger than Richmond now has and we are of the same opinion still Â¬ Those who have never visited the little town of Waco in Madi son county or who have merely paused through it on the turnpike Â¬ Mr P M Taylor has bought an inter- Â¬ est in a mercantile busines at Lexington Rev L II Blanton will preach at and gone there to live His sons hate Ford Saturday night and Sunday taken charge of the farm and will remain A protracted meeting at the Presbj te here rian church in Versailles is in progress Recent rains have made tlie dirt roads with fifteen additions almost impassible So bad in fact that The Bible has to be printed in twenty our mail carrier has found it safest and best to walk through the pastures between different languages to supply the people this place and Red Honse but he gets living in Pennsylvania tltere just tlie same Rev Dr Henderson will preach at Rumor lias it that some enterprising Mt Pleasant Christian church in the Fox town neighborhood on the first Sunday in parties are soliciting stockholders for February the purpose of buying the Richmond Fair The colored man Andy Ferguson who Grounds and placing the Association in the front rank if not in advance of simi recently gave 10000 to tlw colored Pres- Â¬ lar institutions throughout the country bytery of Louisville is a native of Bour- Â¬ bon county Now Foxtown is ordinarily slow to invest but in tiie face of a dividend such as this J W Durham who died recently in scheme will necessarily declare supported Boyle county had been for thirty consec- Â¬ as it will be by the coming railroad both utive ears the superintendent of a Sunj in enhancing the value of the property day school and in giving to tlie plentiful and progElder J W Harding of Winchester ressive people of the upper counties an easy outlet she is not only willing but has been employed to preach every 4th anxious to invest and it is ery safe to Saturday and Sunday in each month calculate that at least one fourth of the at Spencer church Montgomery county desired number can be secured in this Tlie Presbyterian church will probably section Hand around tlie pic Captain build a new edifice this Spring It is not hi definitely settled whether the new buildUNION CITY ing will be erected on the site of the old Water amj mud in abundance one or a new site chosen Winchester Mr R B Brotherton is lying very sick Democrat A J Alexander the great stock man of of fever Woodford county having given 10000 to Born to the wife of John Rccd a boy the memorial fund of tlie Presbyterian weighing nine pounds church Mr Harper his rich neighbor Look out revenue men the 4th of March has given 3300 for the purpose of buy- Â¬ is beginning to dawn ing an organ to be placed in tlie church of W J Scudder who has been sick for whicli his mother was a member sometime is now improving Rev R M Dudley President of Mr Guy B Fain news boy on the Georgetown College vill preach at the Cincinnati Southern formerly of this Baptist church this Wednesday evenplace has returned home for a few days ing at 7 oclock A cordial invitation is stay extended to all to be present After the Miss Mary Harris daughter of Dr J sermon the choir will meet for practice W Harris of this place who has been Regular services will be held at the church going to school at Richmond lias return- Â¬ next Sunday morning and evening ed home on account ot illness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS Mrs Sarah Francis died in Rich Â¬ mond Ky on Wednesday January 28rd 1SS0 aged about 65years Burial De- Â¬ occurred Friday Iu the cemetery ceased was the mother of Wm F embracing all of the Latest Tilings to lae FoiSBtd in a Firsf GIass Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as is complete 01 CHS ABE IAD AT we are PEICES TO BEAR US OUT II I HAT IE Francit Louisville By Glover Tobacco Ware House Market With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance Very Respectfully M SAID f same rmrrett Loulbvllle Tobacco Our market has been somewhat stronger and more active on the better grades of new Iiurley frequent sales having been made at prices raotiintr from to SISOO The great bulk of thtiJ otlerings however has been of inferior quality aud has sold at low prices The weather for handling the crop continues unfavorable and receipts are comparatively small The following quotations fairly rep resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Daik aud damaged tobacco 2 00 to S350 Colory Trash S400 to600 Common Lugs not colory 860 to COVINGTON MITCHELL 500 Colory Lugs S6 00 to SS00 Common Leaf o50 to 7 50 Medium to good leaf 8 00 to 1300 13 00 to Select or wranpery leaf 1800 WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CUEAP COUNTER V l LIVE ST0CElOJlE3T REPORT By GUEKKE KMBHY Li Block Comininxlon Merchants at Clnoln nail Unlou Stock Yards mi J Covlugton Block Yards Cincinnati Ohio Jan Good to Extra Fair to Good aS 1SS9 OPENING OF On a Far More Extensive Scale SJE3jBwS03Nr- - SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough 3 Good to Extra Oxen 3 50 3 Fair to Good Oxen 00 3 3 Common and Rough 2 2 BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 6otj Fair to Good 3 40 Extra Fat Steers 3 25G4 Fair to Good Steers 2 75 Good to Extra Cows 3 00 Fair to Good Cows 2 25 Common Cows 1 jo cows ana uxen 1 00 1 Kougn BULLS Best Shipping 2 75 3 Best Bologna 2 75 3 Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 Fair to Good Feeders 1 75 2 1 Common and Thin 1 25 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 6o 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 Common and Thin Stockcrs 1 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 nnip g to Fair to Good 30 00Q545 Common 17 502J Best Veal Calves 6 50 7 Fair to Good 6 5 00 Common and Heavy 2 HOGS Select Butchers 4 85 4 Fair to Good Packers 4 90 4 Good to Extra Lights 4 85 4 Light Pigs 4 75 4 SPrUNG LAMBS Extra 6 6 Common to Good 4 4 4 2 3 8 3 25 3723ulr LAST offer j 4 40 4 00 5 75 25 5 Intcnding to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to all of our customers and friends who may take advantage and we OVERCOATS AND GOOES FROM ETE1Y DEPARTMENT Goods Calicoes in our stock on the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rate 25 Silks Woolen Dress oo 00 ob 75 S5 25 Cottons Hosiery Underwear inter Clothincr Hats Knit Skirts Eibbons Laces Handkerchiefs Veiling ETC Prof Edwards second singing school lias closed by making him an honorary member of the new singing society which was organized a few days since at this place The society also elected John Hill President The Good Templars of this place met Saturday night January 27th and elected their officers for the ensuing quarter Dr TJ Fain W C T Mrs J I Fain W V T B F Golden W Sec Mrs Louisa Adkinson W T Butler Dunn WM J W Risk W Chap Ollie Jones W O G Mabel Fain W I G The Lodge had their anniversary supper on tlie evening of the 23rd Although there was not a large attendance the treasury realized a nice profit outside of expenses Tlie crowd consisted princi- Â¬ pally of tlie friends of temperance The Lodge duly thanks those who contributed baskets on the occasion and long to have them among tlieir number It is a certain tact that the people of this vicinity have a strong feeling fur the cause of temper- Â¬ ance REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 50 75 The following list of desirable prop- Â¬ erty has been placed in our bauds or sale We will take pleasure iu show- Â¬ ing tbe same and quoting terms and prices A new two story brick metal roof Residence situated on West Main street rooms large and conveniently located gas water works hot nir fur- Â¬ nace good cistern stable and In every way a desirable home Two cheap houses on East Main street four rooms each and kitchen Terms easy 200 Acres of good Blue Grass Laud large Residence near school and church Everything a farmer could desire An unimproved lot on High street next to J J Brooks residence 200 feet front aud 255 feet deep desirably located Size of lots to suit purchaser Two story Frame Residence seveu rooms two cisterns good barn and large lot on Lancaster Avenue A one aud one half story Frame Cottage in Estill addition just com- Â¬ pleted cheap A one story Double Frame Dwelling House on lot 100 feet front 212 feet deep 011 Irvine street near R R crossing A good Investment A nice little Cottage Home for a amallfamlly on North street Two story Frame Residence with basement well located aud desirable 400 Acres of well Improved farmiug lands eight miles South east of Richmond Six unimproved Building Lots well located 00 feet by 150 to 190 feet with alley at back Two new Frame metal roof Residences six and eight rooms new de Â¬ signs and just completed on good size lots well located Two unimproved Lois iu Crew addition you desire to sell or buy call on us for terms Respectfully- It P0WIIi BJUIH Â¬ Â¬ 00 nn 00 00 00 5 KID GLOYES ETC ous Â¬ DELIBERATE DEFIANCE 54 FTJRITISEIBa LARGEST STOCK 00DS ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO OHi Â¬ Â¬ I fl Had Jefferson Davis been a wluuer iBetead of a toeer in tbe great battlif of life lie would have been considered what he really is the greatest man of bis day Altltough over 80 years of age be sflll retains the mental vigor for wbtoh be was always noted aud is physically much stronger than men of his age usually are lie was io Vieks burx this week where a large number of admirers serenaded him He responded feelingly and added It is probably tbe last time I will see you But I die when I do die with tbe thought that I have not lived iu vain but with a love for Mississippi tiiat I paeselb all expresblon1 Stanford j Â¬ Journal I can be regarded as very formida- Â¬ ble just now Four individuals of El Paso offer 10000 to Sullivan and Klllraln to come to that city aud fight fqr the championship They guaranteethat there will be no interference from the authorities or anybody else They propose to reimburse themselves by the gate money aud expect to secure- Extra Session Hlahlv PrahaMn WASmseTOlf Jan 27 The fact that the reduced rates from the railroad com- Â¬ Mills bill with the Senate substitute was panies This would seem to involve yesterday sent to the Ways and a very large pull But Texas Is a Means Committee has revived in Repub Â¬ lican circles at least tbe talk of an extra fighting State session The Republicans accept the Make No Mistake If you Lave reference as aa assurance that no tariff legislation will be had this Congress They made up your mind to buy Hoods say that some reduction of the Sarsaparilla do not be Induced to take revenue Is desirable and necessary and any otherHoodsSarsHparillais a peculthis can be reached only by on extra ses Â¬ iar medicine possessing by virtue of sion Mr McKinley who has heretofore proportion been rather averse to an extra session to Â¬ its peculiar combination day voiced the sentiment of the conuerra- - and preparation curative power- - mpa tire elementwhen be said to trepreiienta rior to any other article of the kind tive of the United Press that the vote of before tbe people For all aTTectlous reference had done mora to make llfcoly an arising from impure blood or low extra session -- than any thing else in tio state of ibe system it a ujggfjiiared Be past six weeks sure to get Hoods It Â¬ the existence of any treaty precluding any European power from acquiring orseeklng to acquire ascendancy in Samoa The Ga Â¬ zette also denies that England and the United States are agreed that the proceed Â¬ ings of the German aent in Samoa are contrary to tbe stipulates of the treaties concerning Samoa and are op Â¬ posed to diplomatic etiquette and that these powers have officially notified the German government accordingly The treaties between Samoa Germany Eng Â¬ land and the United States the Gazette further says provide that Samoa shall concede to each treaty power equal rights with any other poer but no treaty re Â¬ garding the neutrality or independence of Samoa exists between Gsrmany -- nd the United States Losdos Jan 24 The article in the North German Gazette relative to the treaties regarding Samoa has caused somewhat of a commotion In official cir Â¬ cles here By some persons it Is regarded as a deliberate defiance to the Washington Government To the United States Government llerlln Opinions Create a Commotion In Lon Â¬ don Bebux Jan St The North German Gazette Pnaoe Bismarcks organ dsnies 95 95 95 Large Line of Wraps OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE 25 5 LATEST STYLES It is that Impurity in tbe blood irhich ac Â¬ cumulating in the glands of the neck pro Â¬ duces unsightly lumps or swellings which causes painful tunning sores on the arms legs or feet which developes ulcers in the eyes ears or nose often causing blindness or deafness which Is the origin of pimples can- Â¬ cerous growths or the many other manifesta Â¬ tions usually ascribed to humors whleh fastening upon the lungs causes consumption and death Being the- - most ancient it Is the most general of all diseases or affections for very few persons are entirely free from it SCROFULA LOWEST PEICES The laws iu Texas against prize-fightin- g Suits to Order Prom Samples FIT GUARANTEED We will make you a suit to order from 15 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be imdersold at lushes lew Markets Jackets V L AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS X3ST CS DFLIESiSLS HowCan It Be often when other medicines have failed has proven itself to be a potent and peculiar mcdiclno for this disease Soma of these cures are really wonderful It you suffer from scrofula bo sure to try Hoods Sarsaparilla My danghterUary was afflicted with scrofÂ¬ ulous sore neck from the time she vos22monUis old till she became six years of age Lumps formed In her neck and one of them after growing to the size of a pigeons egg became a running sore for over three years WegaTe her Hoods Sarsaparilla when the lump and all Indications of scrofula entirely disappeared and now she seems to be a healthy child JSCAMitENaurlghtNJ N B Be sure to get only Â¬ By taking Hoods Sarsaparilla which by tho remarkable cures it has accomplished WUfiiJ i 1 E1 Fl B IBT S WE ALSO HAVE AN IMMENSE STOOIv 0F W-A-LIL- a STOUFFERS THE OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE IJfsMCHSIOXD maj-2-t- f WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YOU CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN PAPER Put FIRST ST ew Goods on the Counter Daily apllS tf Respectfully JSlt -- Soa6yaffrtrnsElti by C Hoods Sarsaparillaonly Prepared for X HOOD 51 S CO ApothccAriesLowcU ill Mail 2948 100 DosoaOne Dollar mm wm Ky Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond wi i -- L2fcr 1133811 I js J Print j as55ii J - Kentucky Doctors Must Register The Medical Practice Act will go into effect on the first day of April of ths WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30 18S9 year and after that date no one can prac tice medicine in the State unless he has Gold ring lost Reward of 5 See a diploma from a reputable medical col local lege indorsed by the Secretary of the Mr D II Myers feM oa Saturday and State Board or Health and registered in the ofSce of the County Clerk or in dislocated an elbow default of this he must have been reputa J H Boggs and Dave Martin live scon bly and continuously engaged in the practice of medicine for twenty four years the belled buzzard of late m m preceding the passage or the law Mrs Hockadays and Mr J CAdamss See notice lands posted The Telephone Telephone wires are now being placed The Baldwin coal yard lias received a upon the poles between Danville and quantity of fine camel coal Harrodsburg by Prof Eddy who expectObsene Mr George M Willgings ed to complete the work yesterday and tere cut in wall papers He made the have the line in full operation within a few days The distance is short and as bood fly- gHie lineteadirectene4hejgrvfcg mijrht Mr D T Chestnut of Woodbine has 10 DC exceiienpasujtnuaiwbctter t rented the Hagan farm near Kirksville to Lexington although the latter ivT iliecar js very gooa ana nas proven a grcaysgn- m A -- Mr Robt MiMer continues in poor vnnA i uoii as mis It iiyejiisgEyTni being aWe to sk up not more than pleted Prof Eddy expects to cxtcnBthe health system to Stanford and Lancaster af an hour at a time Dan- Â¬ ville Advocote V jlli tolerable certainty we can an Come on to Richmond Wet are wait v ounce that the Fair will be continued at ing for you the oJ Und Nearly aH the stock has lie Heads Your Head Readily And Cor bci n taVcn rectly The Waco Mining Co held a meeting Prpf II E Foster or Louisville the Wednesday and Messrs B J Clay last phrenologist has been in Richmond a and L L Searcy are now in Cincinnati week and besides delivering several machinery tiding lectures has examined Jhe heads or many Mr C S Powell has bought of Mr persons The accuracy with which Ije portrays T S Bronston a piece of land 150x680 Oct through the center of which runs capacity is truly wonderful By the size and formation or the head oeo Lyman Avenue Price he determines the capabilities or the in Â¬ Mr Samuel Biggcretaff has purchased dividual Every faculty of the mind has the new residence on Second street next its representative or index or sign on the to the Cole property from Mr Tudor outside of the head Not in real bumps Price f 2800 as the usual idea goes but in the and has taken possession distance Mr B B BigslafT colporteur of the that certain portions of the skull lie from Presbyterian church is here with a sup Â¬ the base of the skull or the point where ply of books from tlie Publication com- Â¬ it is joined to the spinal column or back- Â¬ mittee Richmond Va Call on him for bone Every particle of space on the head represents some faculty of the a supply brain Mr H J Streng the well known dry You should bear in mind that it is ca- Â¬ goods man has made a cut of one third pacity with which phrenology deals on the price of hi goods for court day You may have a capacity for mathemat- Â¬ only as you will see by his announcement ics yet never have studied mathematics elsewhere in this issue at all and so of any other science art or calling Mr C L Searcy has resigned as The surface of the head is indicative of postmaster at Waco and Mr Lucien the contents of the head in point of abili- Â¬ Gngs a Republican has been appointed ty If you are advanced or deficient in to fill the vacancy But Mr Searcy will any particular or occupy any interme- Â¬ continue to act as postmaster as he has done for the past twenty years regardless diate ground phrenology indicates it The phrenological examination of a of politics at Washington boys or girls head aids materially in Stephen Jett sold his farm of 132 acres deciding upon the future course If a near Kiddville to E Y Beall for 5000 boy has a head for a certain profes- Â¬ He purchased of Socrates Maupin of sion er trade or calling he ought to Madison county 115 acres near Kingston adopt that particular sphere Vast quanat 40 per acre and will move there at tities of money ate expended on young once Mr Jett has made a host of friends people in the acquirement of callings for during hW residence here and will be a val- which they have no capacity and in which uable acquisition to the yeomanry of our they must prove mediocre if not rail sister county Wincliester Democrat altogether Defects pointed out in the make up or older persons allows cultivaTried To Escape tion or such defects Tom Bayles of Jackson county in jiil We write this after having tested Pror in Richmond for safe keeping under life FosterJsknowledge and skill in portraying sentence to the penitentiary tried to es- Â¬ character and for the benefit of the pub- Â¬ cape by sawing out two bars of the cage lic and not as a mere advertisement of Assistant Jailer C F Turner dropped on gentleman to his scheme and discovered an immense saw a file and other implements His PERSONAL case is set for hearing in the Court of Appeals to day Mr W C Gormley is in Louisville buying hew stock Can It Be Mrs E Brooks orMt Vernon is visit Â¬ Wc copy the subjoined personal notice ing her son Mr JJ Brooks from the NiclioJasvillc Democrat which has a reputation for always telling the Miss Hartman or Newport visited truth It sounds mighty funny but may Mrs C E Woods last week Mr John be the Captain can explain Mrs Katie Bronston or Washington Farley of Richmond was in town Mon Territory is visiting relatives in Rich day smiling at the fair ones and looking jnond lier former home to the interest of a very valuable Patton Miss Tilhe Smith or Lexington who thats in the city was visiting her uncles Messrs James P High Priced Hank Stock and Dudley Tribble this place has gone Mr R P McCord sold publicly to the home highest bidder in Richmond on last Ilqn W T Jones or Jessamine counr Saturday nineteen shares of stock in the ty whose father is a native or Madison Madison National Bank as previously removed to St Louis and become advertised in Thk Climax Col T S has salesman in a large furnwhing goods Moberley bought five shares at 20460 per share and Mr Waller Bennett took house Mr John Brooks some years ago sales fourteen shares at S201 per share The sales aggregated 3837 This is the high man for Mr J J Carson in this place est tint Madison National stock has ever was here Saturday traveling for a Cin- Â¬ brought and we do not recall the sale of cinnati boot and shoe house He has any other stock that reached so high a grown considerably and has a prosperous figure Z E Bush auctioneer lool- Â¬ tÂ¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX BY ttAY OP SPEEDWELL J Patters autl Clay Coal Salt Water Coal Oil Salts Ltluezranhie Stone Wro Lumber - Clay ic 7 Editor The Climax Allow me to say a word relative to the location or the R N I B R R I tscean effort made by Waco to create a boom and secure the location or the road on that line The diflerencc in distance and construction is so much in favor or the Speedwell route that nothing but the discovery or vast mineral wealth about Waco will secure the road to that place But if the mineral resources along the Speedwell route arc equal to those along the Waco route the difference or distance and cost or construction in favor or the Speedwell route will undoubtedly secure the road to her That the Speedwell route is the shorter and easier or construction there can be no doubt in the mind ot any one who has been ov er the tvfo Now as to the minerals and other resources along the way let us 6ee The timber speaks in unmistakable terms for itself There is no end to the oak walnut poplar and pine Also forests of hickory for hooppoles Real chestnut oak for tan bark Fotty years ago two men bored for salt water on the creek at the mouth or Harris branch They struck natural gas it burned the derrick and house singed the horses tails off and ran the men out of the camp The finest quality or salt water is found Louisville Commercial at several places along the line The Louisville and Nashville people vAt one point there is a territory or sand and the Chesapeake and Ohio managefive miles square and its quality is unex- Â¬ ment arc taking steps toward an agreecelled or the latter At Round Mountain and Long Moun- Â¬ ment by which the business between Louisville and Cincinnati will be tain in Estill county vast quantities or transacted over the L and Ns Louisville lithographic stone are found Cincinnati and Lexington or Short Line oil has been known to exist for Coal division The business from Louisville many years destined for points on the Chesapeake and Potters clay is found in paying quanOhio is at present carried over the Louis- Â¬ tities ville and Nashville to Lexington Ky Epsom water and other water that where it is turned over to the Elizabeth makes salts equal to Crab orchard town Lexington and Big Sandy and goes Stone coal as good as the best and over that line to Huntington where the easy to mine C and O proper is reached So with Look at tlte live stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iVunr sns that rio time will be lost cotnpelin the line and that it will be the sanu first clas style as was the line Cdu- from Harfodsbura to Loiilsvlllei tier Journal A ropoilcr for The Commercial met Coh Bennett Young yesterday afternoon and asked him the latest news about his nciv railroad the Richmond NicHolas Said Ville Irvine Well Beattyville he the road is located and the contract will be let this week Judge Richards is at the head of the construction company and the work will be pushed through as rapidly as possible The new road will run from Versailles to the Three Forks of the Kentucky river where it reaches the heart of the rich Kentucky coal fields and will open the vast timber resources of the State Its importance to Louisville can not be over estimated as it makes the best part of Eastern Kentuckv territory tributary to this city Bcatty Hie by this route is only 137 miles from Louisville TbVcoal at BeaUyville for domes Â¬ tic purposes is superior even to any other in the State and has been mined for sale along the Kentucky river for the past thirty years and is preferred by those who know It to Pittsburg The Govern- Â¬ ment now has 200 men at work on the dam at Beattyville which when completed will give a navigable stream 18 miles up each or the Three Forks or a total increased navigation or 54 miles said the Colonel as the By the way this dam is the reporter was leavihg work or John D White who got the bill through while he was in Congress Our Girls Kitty w itt Netty is pnrtt 1 v Bertha is healthy And health is the best or all Perfect health keeps her rosy nnd radiant beautiful aud bloomlug sensi- Â¬ ble and sweet It fa secured by whole some habits and the use of Dr Prices Favorite Prescription jlertlm takes it and the also takes the cake The only guaranteed cure for those distressing ailments peculiar to wom- Â¬ en Satisfaction or your money re- Â¬ turned For Constipation or Sick Headache use Dr Pierces Pellets Purely Vege table One a dose Â¬ Ltllie is cute and small Irene Is a queen Annette is a net Nell is the hell of the ball j Diantha is wealthy Olff-- The man Fizee who claimed to be a brother of engineer Black and rob ed him of his watch while pretending to weep over the supposed dead body at the time of the railroad accident at liri i has been Pent to the peniteu tiary for three years Â¬ Overcoats Winter Suits Oioaks lankets Winter Dress Goods S Diuelli ner next day Dinner will set a good din- Â¬ Monday Couuty Court Co BOOTSPertaining to WINTER Everything wam J3I sJLJr gSteag -- JLbBim sasssr r3 M Ptii Audi GOODS There are many men In this country who carry very large amounts of life insurance Among them are John Wanamaker Philadelphia 5600000 Edwin Kuth Chicago 500000 Chaun cey M Depew the United States Seua tor 55000011 Hamilton Uisston Phila Â¬ delphia 500000 George K Anderson New York 375000 George K Ander- Â¬ 350000 W H son Titusville P11 300000 Isldor Laugley GallipolKO 290000 Cohnfield New York P 255000 Cyrus Lorillurd New York V Field New York 250000 - it It member This is for COURT DAY ONJLY Re Â¬ ONE THIRD OFF From the Regnlar Price Only Chance at ONE THIRD OFF Dont Forget It Now Is the ANNOUNCEMENTS GRHD CLEARANCE OF along this Speed Ring Lost A Solid Gold King 18 K marked inside G EW to LB at my store in Richmond on Saturday night Jan- Â¬ uary 26th Reward of 500 Leave at The Climax ofllce 33 34 w ell line Let the engineers and the Board of Di Â¬ rectors carefully consider all these items If the proper attention is given the matter the road will take the Speedwell route D THE IMS PROBLEM Editor Tie Climax - Having just learned from a prominent citizen and tax pajer that tlie following report was in circulation concerning the proposition the Gas Company had made to the Council I ask to correct it One or the Council say you want 10 cents a post per night the city to do the lighting and furnishing glass and extinguish Tiro High Bridges The Louisville Southerns bridge across the Kentucky river will only be a couple ot feet lower than the world renowned High Bridge on the Cincinnati Southern This will give to Kentucky two of the highest bridges in the world The Ken- Â¬ tucky river which bath of these bridges span has some of the finest scenery in the world Old travelers who have been among the Alps and admired the scenery along the banks of the Rhine say that the canyons through which this river finds its way are decidedly more attractive Woodford Sun ing lights at 1 1 oclock This is a very great error how any one or that honorable body could so misunderstand my proposition I cant under- Â¬ stand Here is my proposition The Gas Company agree to light the street posts for the sum or 10 cents a post per night for the nights tliey are lighted ac- Â¬ cording to the natural schedule as agreed upon by all companies and cities This is the same schedule in use here last year The Company furnishing a man to light and extinguish these lamps clean and in order The city to furnish all glass as heretofore The lamps to be lighted at dark and extinguished at 12 oclock I made the proposition at so much a night so that one could at once see it was as cheap as coal oil or any other light they could possibly get If the city will take in consideration it will take about one half gallon of oil for each post per night and no one can say how many changes hey will readily see how cheap the lighting has been offered to say nothing of expense of man to fill lamps and keep them clean during lighting nights Also one of the honorable board has been so complimentary as to give the company credit with having written and had pub- Â¬ lished the calls for light on the street He should be more just than this ascer- Â¬ tain if this be true first then make the accusation I positively deny it and stand ready to prove every word I say by the editors or both papers Also the fore- Â¬ going proposition is the only one I have ever made to the Council which fact I - Mr Tntt Burnam or Richmond came can establish by some or the members up yesterday and astonished the natives All I desire is that the tax payers may by playing a great game or billiards perfectly understand us and know that There is probabfr none in this city the Gas Company has made them a liber- Â¬ who displays as much skill in the carom- Â¬ al offer A ing or the ivories unless it be Mr Earnest Johnson the insurance agent Lexington Press Â¬ c Â¬ business west bound destined to Louisville aud points south thereof It goes over the E L and B S to Lexington and then over the L and N railroad into Lou isvillc This gives the E L and B S a haul or 139 miles from Huntingtoa and tlie Louisville and Nasvillc a haul between Lexington and Louis- Â¬ ville The C and O wants all or the haul possible on this through business and although the Huntington lines the E Land II S and Kentucky Central will be cut out the re organized C and O will reap the benefit or the new ar- Â¬ rangement H freight or passenger from Louisville destined to points on tlie new C and O were sent by way or the L and N to Lexington and Kentucky Central from Lexington to Covington and deliv- Â¬ ered over at Covington to the C and O the haul would be ninety four miles over the Ii and N Louisville to Lexington andninety eight miles Kentucky Central to Covington or 192 miles between Louis Â¬ ville and Covington Under the new ar- Â¬ rangement the C and O will get all the haul on business to and from Louisville except the no miles via the L and N be Â¬ tween Newport and Louisville ninely-four-mi- L T WliJSON Â¬ WhethThe Midway Clipper says er not the amount ot drinking of liquor has been lessened high license lias been n gieat benefit to Midway bis years ago when the license tux was 50 we had seven saloonn and the majority of them dens of iniquity When tho tax was increased to 150 the number was reduced to four aud at present with the license of 500 we have but two aud they are as well kept and as reputable as such places cau be Vegetables freMi at Dinellis Let- Â¬ tuce Itadiihes Celery always on baud The Board of Railroad commissioners has reported for tlie past year During the year twice as many miles or railroad were built in Kentucky as the average for other states There are now 200 miles under construction The total assessed value is more than 42000000 The in- Â¬ crease in value or railroad property in the Â¬ Mr John M Price and wire celebrated the 35th anniversary or their marriage at Price Villa Atchison Kansas on the 10th inst by giving a supper or immense pro- Â¬ portions Mr Price wore the vest In which he was married and Mrs Price who was Miss Park or Irvine wore her weddjngail Mrand Mrs W WPigg Madison Countys Wealth The Assessors report shows that the this place were invited sum total of Madison countys wealth is eAvery enjoyable party was given by 7864990 This is a falling off of 69 Mr and Mrs E P Woods Friday night The number or acres or land listed inhonor or their guest Miss Lillie Miller 170 the past year by the whites is 250964 a ofRichmond The young people com- Â¬ decrease or 3510 acres That listed by posing the Surprise party gang paid the colored people separately is 8131 their respects to Miss Lizzie Farris on the acres a decrease or 139 acres The value same evening as above Dancing and the or the land listed by the whites the past new game pig tail with which we are year is iSS82So a decrease or 1590 noVyet acquainted were engaged in and a The personal property listed by the Jijfyiening was spent Stanford Journ whites is 1902400 a decrease 093420 The town lots listed number 761 valued aln the Boston Herald of the 34th we at 950960 an increase or 55 lots in number and 25613 in value Both white and sec that Miss Bettie Arnold daughter of Mf William Arnold this county was colored increased one offhev Tew young ladies who was se Bonrbon Banks Jectedby the Trustees or New England Bourbon countys five banks show indi Â¬ Consqrvatory or Music on the reception vidual deposits to amount of 439i3S6 comnjtee for an extensive entertainment given tnetjovemor the Legislature and while Madisons four banks show 692 manyidistinguished persons A grand Richmond Climax S4308 Bourbon lias seven banks five in Fans slipper supplemented with music ana ud or the one at Millersburg and one at North Mid leaux were the principle fcatures of evening dletown In above estimate the branch the Northern Bank and the North Mid - A RABE WINTER dletown Bank were omitted The latter advertises 47125 deposits while the Editor Climax Northern Bank has over 1 00 poo Paris During the memorable winter of 182- 4Kentuckian CitUen thunder showers occurred We cant see that the Kentuckian Citi i8fr frequent ana propiiesicu m the least Old folks dreamed dreams zen has helped the matter the end or the world near at hand The The seven banks foot tip only s86r306i and peach trees were in foil bloom which lacks more than 100000 of being cherry the bees were out in work Â¬ in February as much as Madisons four banks reptiles and insects quickened ing foice thn dailv music of fros con liU Bridges To Be Baised all the waters Mayor Taylor or Frankfort has been certs could be beard in No maple sugar was made and the notified by Secretary of War Endicott was tainted bacon in un that the St Clair Street Bridge over the farmers portion All the men who raised measurable quantity Kentucky River wfll have to be the Southern market were or a draw put in so that navigation will drove hogs to fed dear corn and not be obstructed at any time This bankrupted They for cool weath- Â¬ county in an expense waited long in the market involves the city and That did not come As a last resort or 2000c or 30000 as a new bridge wfil er N Rail Â¬ they drove down to Columbia South have to be put up The L butchered In a short time road bridge win have to put in a draw Carolina and was hauled down to easily The time all the meat spoiled which can be done Congaree river and dumped in as a given to complete the change is January the last adieu to the swine of their sorrow 1 1890 Brown L Yates Will the Richmond and Lexington and the turnpike bridge at Clays Ferry Hooda SarsaparIHa cures catarrh by K C bridge at Ford have to be raised blood the expelling impurity from the ir not why not Does the fact that cause of the complaint river is locked and dammed at Frankfort which lathe u Give Jfra lri1 have nothing to do with the case Â¬ State for the year is 6573373 The inKeane crease in value or tax paying roads is 33 38 Mrs Samira Hockaday died suddenly leaving a fortune of Desires to announce that be has about 100000 The valuation or roads nearly 25000 to be scrambled for by opened a new for taxation was returned by the railroads VANTED Special News bis relations to the Auditor at 23850162 The valua- Â¬ Correspondents to represent leaditigEng- tion fixed by the Commissioners on the PreVHHt If you want to makp j nfpp inki I lisli aid American papers neeery same roads is 35677463 a net increase buy of Covington Arnold Bro the experieiiee imt alcoliilely Mwt lijeral terms for gtMxl erviee or 11 827309 This increased valuation 30 33 celebrated Acme Flour EuhopkaX Willi stamp Addre- represents an addition to the State reven 7 AND Pkkss Richard Hicks shot himself fatally at Ambrican Boston Association- ANo ue ornearly 60000 Comment is made Uploci Si Mas U H Monroe Ky because while under the 33 34 that for three 3 ears past the valuation or influence of liquor he had quarreled roads as fixed by the companies in their with his sweetheart returns has steadily decreased from 25 your druggist foi it It Examination of his accounts Bince 000000 in 18S6 24085000 in 18S7 and Covington Mitchell have the larAf The Louisville Commercial is assur- Â¬ his death shows that H P Marshall gest and liest line of Overcoats at very 23850000 in 18S8 The assessments on years cashier of the Sea Â¬ same property by the Commissioners was ed that great activity will prevail in who was for 20 24- low prices Call and see them in 1SS6 33620000 18S7 35570000 and Eastern aud Western Kentucky The mens Bank In Wall Street N Y been a defaulter to The new Government building at 18S8 35677000 This increased valua- Â¬ new railroads are going forward rap- Â¬ shows him to have 7001 0 His high Lexington is to have a 2000 clock MR JOHN E GREENLEAF has tion affects not only the revenue or the idly their progress being greatly aided the amount of Co New Haven Con- Â¬ bought out the interest of Mr W M State but also stands as an assessment for by the tine weather The new towns church standiug precluded fctwplcion Beth Thomas Ballard in the late firm of Bttehanan necticut received the order all the counties cities and towns and tax in the mountains are laying out many during his life J Ballard and the undersigned will con districts for all purposes of local taxation beautiful streets The old towns in GUARD AGAINST THE STRIKE If you want a good uit of first class tinue the It appears from the report that there are other parts of the Slate are bringing And alwavs have a bottle of Ackers quality at very low price go to Coving- 30- about 14000 persons in the employment or out their booms aud reburnisuing 24 Mitchells You tun ts a Enclish Bemedv in the house railroads in this State that the number them Take It altogether there soon Croup may Eighteen of 3 Massachusetts cities promise of lively time just ahead of us can not tell how orpassengers carried one mile was 150 strike your little one or a cold or cough have retrued to the license system af-Â¬ AND 000000 During the year there were 746 Painful Sores may fasten itself upon you One dose ter trying prohibition while seven persons killed or injured by railroad acci- Â¬ 1 have been afflicted with very pain- Â¬ is a preventive and a few doses a posi cling to their old love Or these 570 railroad employes dents ful sores In times past causing bad tive cure All Throat aud Lung troubles were killed or injured and or this latter Buy your groceries field seed grass sample bot- Â¬ The Hostetters of Pittsburg have sold number 203 were injured or killed in coup- Â¬ boils and showing that my blood was yield to its treatment A remarkably I may say almost incura- Â¬ tle Is given you free anil the Bemedy seed salt and lime of Covington their stock in the Pittsburg and Lake ling cars and 86 from falling off moving 3033 TORNADO bly impure After using a great num- Â¬ guaranteed by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ Arnold Bro At the same place They will keep on Erie Railway to the Vanderbilts The cars of remedies without benefit I at tion Druggist of ber number of shares was 18000 and the A bloody war Is reported iu progress sale the latest aud handsomest styles Officers or the company building the length bought Swifts Specific SSS price was 75 per share or 1350000 Seven Splendid Companies At Bowling Green Mr Bryant Lan Â¬ between rival factions iu Sedgewiok Â¬ Three Forks railroad give glowing ac- and it has cured me sound and well 70 years of age couuty Kansas over the location of a ders au old gentleman North America Philadelphia Judge Lindsay the President or the counts or its prospects and are filled John Tier was married to Patsy Mottley 60 years school house Massachusetts road when in town Mondaysaid they pro with much enthusiasm over its fu- Â¬ Springfield Iron Yorks Hamilton O of age Neither of the parties bad Nile Two corps of engineers are New York posed to be running trains over the new ture Germaaia -It beeu married before and they have Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ Dec 27 1888 tism or money refunded Price 76c at line from Frankfort to Georgetown by rapidly completing the final location Connecticut Uartford Mn M W Cboru administratrix been sweethearts for nearly fifty years Whites Drug Store becoud street -May 1st and there would be no let up till or the road while small construction New York Niagara 150 5- near Gnrnett House it was all finished on through Paris to crews are at work at different points of James Chorn deceased sold Amazon Cincinnati A DUTY TO YOURSELF Eastern Kentucky He also exnreed on the line Within the next Tew weeks shares of stock in the Traders Deposit - rhibutolphiat Pennsylvania use a The brick residence of Charles It is surprising that people will the opinion that it would uUimatelKS ex- Â¬ the engineering work will have progress- Â¬ Bauk of this city Monday as follows ordinary pill wnn they can Clark near Millersburg with Its con KOCK BOTTOM RATES Lawrenceburg ed sufficiently to enable the company to 80 to J M Blgstafl 50 to J T Patter common tended to Lawrenceburg valuable English onefar the tents was burned lat week Loss road- Â¬ sou of Lexington 10 to John H Old Â¬ aecure a place a large force at work on the News Office at Farmers National Bank Dr Ackers English f57O0O lusured for 54000 And everything else in their Hhc ham and 10 toS W Galtskill The same money will be done immediately For several days past the private car or bed which cure for sick-hea- d pills are aposltive Call ami see 12275 same time every effort is being highest price brought was If youvvant a nice buggy phaeton Their prices will be as LOW as the your Insurance us before jtadnz the directors or the Louisville and Nash- Â¬ At the 120 Average S12225 Total ache and all liver troubles They are rockaway made to develop the wonderful resources lowest oVrrlage or LOWEST barouche ville railroad filled with directorshas not They will also attend all oal Ir The or lhis country in advance or tlie ooening amount realized 18338 Mt Sterling small sweet easily taken and do BURNAM 4k HUME coupe go to John Doiitjon apr4 t been moving over the Kentucky Central gripe Sold by V G White Prescrip Gazette Undertakers line with a or the road N B Milling property and railroad and the information is given out A man named Ford living ubcr tion Druggist The potters clay from Madison county To The Inaugural country stores a pecialty unofficially that that road has been added High bridge sent a dog by express to took the premium at the Philadelphia 32 31 Tbe report ot Public Printer Bene- Â¬ the State of Texas The dog came Parties going to Washington to at- Â¬ to the Louisville and Nashville system and the same tend the Inaugural festivities will do dict just issued shows that over 22 They solicit your patronage or Centennial Exposition home about two weeks after it reached No one in Louisville knows anything the best or fire clay well to secure their tickets via the 000000 envelopes were printed for the any such deal but it is not altogether im- neighborhood has its destination A C BUCHANAN In addition to this there is a sand which Queen Cresent Eoute we can in con- Â¬ use of the Fiftieth Congress during 30- JOHN E GREENLEAF probable that it has been made The Conelsou will make you as good a experts have pronounced after a practical nection with our own line give the its first session Most of these were Kentucky Central has practically been on buggy or carriage as can be bought be equal to any in use in the man- Â¬ choice of four diltereut lines to Wash- Â¬ used In mailing printed speeches to be- Â¬ any where In America the market for some time and the Hun- test to apr4 tf ufacture of glass A company is being ington and in no case will there be loved constituents Courier Journal PLAGE tington syndicate the Eeast Tennessee organized with a capital to handle these carp eome of Mr Emanuel Fischer and Evane more than one change of Virginia and Georgia and the L and N A Lady iu Strath Carolina Writes and has already negotiated with Owned by J R Krtill and Mr aad vllle dry goods merchant was cow have all along been named among the pur- Â¬ products the lines in chartering special cars have Mrs M C Estill of Clark eotmty sit- Â¬ faciliMy labor was shorter and less pain- Â¬ hided by Mrs James Bowden the would it is well the railroad company for shipping overburdening their run the risk of chasers The L and N uated on tbe FpeedweJI pike about ties It is their expectation to handle transportation facilities but as we are ful than on two former occasions wife of a newsdealer the woman known like to have the road as it would I offer for sale priv atcly an excellent four miles from itiefenond eoataiainc from ten to fifteen carloads or freight near I thauk you claiming that Fischer had slandered farm of working In connection with all of the physicians astonished prove a valuable short liije to them and it daily Another company is being organ lines running Into Washington we can for Mothers Friend It is worth its her is expected that in a short while it will Land 400 Acres of No for the purpose of mining the Beatty- Â¬ Address afford to consult their interest of our weight In gold transpire that the purchase has been real- tied Acme flour has taken the premium ville coal which is said to be equal to well improved Good Brick Dwbli Co Atlanta dwelling bouse ou it knowu as passengers In routing them so as to The Bradfield Regulator ly made Courier Journal four years at the Madison aud Bourbon with Old any on tlie market for steam and domes- Â¬ the 29 33 Ton Farm 4 miles from IKU tine barn out buiWltn good or-Â¬ Ga 33 37 make the best connection is for Fairs Sold by Covington Arnold actually beÂ¬ tic purposes Richmond and reached by tbe Rich Â¬ chard never foiling spring The work of grading has This company will have Tbe sale privately to eloae a partnership 30 33 mond and Lancaster turnpike The Bro gun at several points on the new Lex the capital to erect a first class modern The Lexington Observer says borees trotters and runners Road e desiring therein This place was formerly farm is well watered in ton branch or the Louisville Southern plant and will be prepared to ship from shod in any inanuer desired I have cemetery in this city was dedicated Adam Berkerles a victim of Ohio to purchase will pleae Thn on or ad Â¬ owned by Col C R- - E rfUI For fur- Â¬ cull from Lawrenceburg and before the twenty five to fifty car loads a day In just received an extra lot of four year Juue 16tb 1849 Lexington at that White Caps has brought suit against dress Joe Bush at Richmond ther pirtleulars enquire of S2-week is out the line will be dotted with addition to this a company has been orMrs B TAYLOR I C Vanmhtbh Jr Wioenesier Ky old second growth timber for repairing time had less than 10000 inhabitants sixteen prominent citizen of White or J V Capkrtok Riehnnntd Ky crews or laborers over the entire distance ganized with a capital of 500000 all Kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ The cemetery has now nearly 14000 Oak township alleging that they are 28 38 Dee 2 1SS3 Co or Louis- Â¬ for the Messrs J R Serpell building a anteed at tbe very lowest prices Shop craves and Is still increasing in num the Ku KIux who maltreated him purpose of Co or Louis- Â¬ mining and manufacturing town at back of Brookss drug store ber That city seldom loses a citizen ville and Morris Young Don elson uses tbe best material that ville already have a large number or Three Forks or Kentucky river at pres- Â¬ Respectfully X C1IILD KILLED the market affords and tbe best work- Â¬ laborers at work near Lawrenceburg and ent the proposed terminus or the road 8febly 8 L MJDKIFF U AH persons havlnc claim against Another child killed by the use of men He puts up none but the best Lexington and Col Young who re- The company has a corps or engineers Ibe estate of Andy MeOrd deceased C Ry Kankakee opiates given In the form of Soothing work Buggies carriages etc made will pleas present The U I St L turned last Friday from Lexington says and a number or laborers engaged in the fame to rae Â¬ apr4 tf AND properly verified for payment that great headway is being made AtJ preparing the location for the new town Line with Its connections makes the syrup Why mothers give their chil- to order Call on him deadly poison is surprising knowing tlt tnstlv indebted Tboe the great bridge across the Kentucky Steam saw mills will be erected business fastest time from Cincinnati to Council dren such a Hanover A small colony called to the estate will plea en II and settle river in course of construction by the houses and residences built and every Â¬ Bluffs Omaha St Paul Minneapolis when they can relieve the child of its has been founded in Simpson county N B DEATH ERA GE 32 troubles by using Ackers Baby and a number of families direct from peculiar Union Bridge Company of New York thing done to make their venture a suc and tbe West aud North west 32 35 Administrator The nmfenigMd wotrid mpectfeBy ao Soother It contains no Opium or the old country will arrive next month iron is being received each day and the cess Advice to Brothers Dovoee to thaw cotetnnlnhng bundhtg by W G White They will open small farms of from Morphine Sold Other enterprises for the development lTrsWniJLowB 8xminiQ 6racrhotiiaa3war work is being pushed with all judicious that they arayparcA to Sbatract for b caed vhen children era catting tetth It r Prescription Druggist A portion -- of the grading out of of the country along the line will be speed 50 to 60 acres each os Kvsry Drsckihtiox llevea the little uBtzeratooce itprodncesnataral joist sleep and the little clierub awake u brigb t Contractor and Lawrenceburg has already been finished speedily organized so that by the time Satisfaction guaranteed ca a button 25000 Lbs Flonr Specific will cure Hlieuma- - Ts It it is very pleaeant to tastepain Sanns prepared with an vporfttiecd aet of Estimates made free of change PWn and- is ready for the ties which will cars are running a large freight traffic Ktbe tbe chDdeoftenttbeguinaUayi til regulates ths bowels andia tne beat known remedy Wallnw iunmnw tf application ciri In Bro have just Ltlsm or money refunded Price 7oc at hand to do alt kinds of hou Coylngton Arnold vwituurgg pfn mKnc shortly be placed in position to be fol wilt be ready as a proper reward for those diarrhoea whether risiss tiosx teetblcg or tat COLBY Whites Drug Store Second street and repairing Qiye tim a C1 it Twenty-OTa received 25000 pounds ef Acme Flour cent a battle other cause lowed at once by a laying or heavy steel who have invested their money In the 5- rauor ami Bu ikters near Garaett- - House 80 33aprntf raar7 tf 0 5 rails a eoon as the tie arc ready Col Farmers of the United States receive more clear money from chickens and eegs than from any other one source and it is a fact that Gunters Chicken Cholera Cure is nddlng dally to that has been fnlly demonstrated to the peorevenue Sold and warranted to cure ple of this country that it is superior to by Slccblon Willis It all other preparations tor blood diseas At Tlntonville Teun the father of es It is a postlve cure for syphilitic the groom conspired with him to mur- Â¬ polsonlug Ulcers Erustions and Pimfor the 300 she ples It purifies the whole system aud der his mother-lu-lapossessed The daughter also entered thoroughly builds up the constituinto the scheme and the deed was com- Â¬ tion Sold by W G White prescrip- Â¬ mitted The crime got out and the tion druggist neighbors quietly proceeded to the John Greenwall who killed Lyman house of the guilty Irio and bung them Weeks in Brooklyn is the first man to all to flic limb of a convenient tree be convicted of murder in New York Fresh Catawba Grapes only 50 cents since the new law inflicting death by a basket at Diueliis It electricity weut iuto effect aud a lest of it will likely be made- in his case A clear skin adds to the beauty of a fine face and often lends a charm to HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT homeliness To beautify your com Cannot go hand in hand If we look on plexion you should purify your blood the dark side of every little obstacle Willi Ayera barsaparnia as a tonic Nothing will so darken Hfo and make and alterative medicine it has no it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers equal Price 1 Six bottles 5 It Dytpepsia Tablets will cure the worst Constipation and For more than forty years Acers form ol Dyspepsia Indigestion and make life a happiness Cherry Pectoral has been successfully and measure Sold at 25 and 50 cents prescribed in case of consumption Prescription Drug This medicine always affords great by W U White gist relief in pulmonary diseases Ask Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Florida Oranges at 30 40 and 50 cents An Open Letter 1 1 Ky Dec 24 18S8 a dozen at Dinellis BooNESBORonau FOR JAILER This Is to certify that I suffered with Acme Flour the Best Flour Made JOHN F WAGERS I a candidate for Jailer year eold by Covington Arnold Bro my kidneys and back from the of MftdiMm county subject to the action of tlie Democratic pari v 1875 to 18S0 and was often coufiued In 30 33 JAMES C LACKEY Is R candidate for my bed when in the year of 1880 I Judge Clay Turner killed Calvin Jr Iter of Madio euitnty sabjeet to the ac Â¬ called on Dr T B Smith who told me tion of tbe Icmoeratlc party Kidney Watson at Cumberland Gap Friday to usefour bottles of Smiths SAMUEL BHHJERSTAFK w a eandidate the for Jailer Underwear very cheap at Covington action of Iit Madhn eountv vMibject to 3- Tonic and if It didnt cure me lie lie Dneratie part 24- would forfeit 50 in gold I accepted Mitchells 1 a candidate fcc TIIOMAS S FERRELL Jailer of Madb on coanty subject to the acÂ¬ his proposition and used two bottles as fine soft hats variety of tion of the Democratic party Stetson directed and It eflected a permanent styles at Covington Mitchells 21- JOIIN HILL Is a eanriMleate for Jailer of Medl m county cure I have never had the least heet to tbe action of tbe Mrs Minnie Hall and four children Deoioeralie party symptons or pain In my back since and kidueys are In a perfectly healthy con Â¬ were murdered and burned in a house ofAJBRUADDUSisa candidate for Jailer Maillson enmity subject to tbe action of n- the Democratic party dition I believe Smiths Kiduey Tonic at Brookfield Mo QBOnuBW MAUPIN K a candidate inr greatest medicine on earth the The best line of Gloves in town is to Jailer of Madison county subject to the St- Nathaniel Tevis be lound at Covington action of the Democratic party Mitchells 24- Smiths Kiduey Tonic for sale by W FOR APSKSeOK- G White Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ The old Northern Bank building in 31- A J WILLOUGIIBY U a candidate for mond Ky Lexington erected in 1882 is to be of MiiiHoii ennnly xubject to the 3- act km of the Dtxaeerotte party Gen L G Brown who commanded demolished and a new one erected W J H AKVKY Ik a candidate for Asnmh a regiment of colored troops during of Madison county subjet to the action ot If you owe Covington Arnold 12- the Democratic party the war attempted to kill himself at Bro go settle with tliPin 30 33 C K TUDOR Ik a candidate for Aangonorrf He had been sent to jail Cincinnati MadtfcOH county One hundred persons were entombed Democratic party subject to the actlou of13-the to await the result of an inquest of by an explosion iu a miue near Man- Â¬ JOELT EM HRYfe a candidate for Ammsmm lunacy of MadtHon eouHty mthject to tbe action of chester England 11- the Democratic party WE CAN AND DO Use nothing but Covington Arnold Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it celebrated Acme Flour 3344Ai--- SUE WALL PAPEE For 1S years of my life in RiebHHHl tiie eopie of tim im jmI joitiimc enmities have been exceedingly xetiertHra in me by their patronage for which I bpjr to retnrti my moet incere tliaukn and tx-- to merit that --ante lilwfal patruttage in the future I ant receiving Uina ISTTV now in oocLs G daily ami have lt 4ock the largest ami Ht eomMe sloek that has ever been shown in thin eity in fact my three slttry Imihiing t iwekett fwll from eelfar t roof Hut on or about March I will receive two car Utmht of Wall Pajier ami I have not room lo store same f I ncopo e to make room by saerirteiog my present Hoek so LOOK AT Wall Paper gooti value at loe mow 71c j j 2Sf GiR 30 lie f HE PRICE 4aV M li 1 vt Bros the best In the market 30 33 The remains of Mis Rosalie A lite action ot lite uenioerauc party Booth sister of Edwin Booth were buried at Baltimore last week A large aud well selected stock of j Superintendent of Public School subject lo - J FOR COUNTY SUPKRINTKNDrHfT R HARRIS is a candidate for County t 9Jt Imp -- ildi 50c 25c 50e Hats Caps Covington c at reasonable prices at 24- Mitchells Edlson the inventor nlaims that he A number of good fresh milch cows for sale by J P Embry Silver Creek Ky 31 331 Borlers fee at same eaerillcing price ami all other gootfc at cut prices Yours with toany thanks GEO M WILLGIXG 19 5T at Intkriok DecosATo 32 31 Xo a W Main Sr al has been victimized ol 250000 through sharp practice by his lawyer John C Tomliuson 7 Wo hereby warn all perong under AH persous indebted to Covington to lie--- penalty in the law Bro please call aud settle at any wayof hunting not Arnold Hilling or other Â¬ 30 33 onre wise on our jiremi in MadWmi J J Adams a St Louis newsboy couutv Win if HarQware Store M CLAUDE SMITH Hardware Stove TINWARE HOUSE No 26 N Second St Â¬ NEW FIRM Armers old stand INSURANCE iRflertuMiig Business FIRE LIGHTNING and BED EOOJM SETS Parlor Sets Wardrobes -- Bedsteads Chairs SNDSOIGil HEAESE Â¬ For Sale Privately FARtf for SALE THE ESTILL Â¬ PRIVATELY Â¬ 104 j2LOS3E3 Â¬ Creditors Notice I Â¬ BUILDERS CONTRACTORS- Â¬ Builder - a LOr m IP HRp -- i fliBHMBHHalamaHHHIaaa pCi jaBVwtHwTT--T- T BwJ- - -- wmr--t- -5- pn3fR-fcwc f- ti if h A correspondent of Yisks Magazine fayst Evsry ono should know that a little calomel mixed with Hour or asho3 sprinkled on cucumbor or squash vines will keep thorn entirely clear of tho yellow bugi rf S According to a correspondent of -UC tho Rural New Yorker the cost of rear- Â¬ ld colt is 81 Such ing a or awytajV a colt will sell for drdinary farm jlu posds he gays for 150 thus giving a We wish to announce to the jnot profit to tho breeder of 66 pttbitc tlmt we have just opened Pure butter fat doos not readily undergo decomposition or fermenta- Â¬ h the ltouee next door to the Gar- Â¬ tion of any kind in common with all net t House on Second street a other fats and oils but tho dthor in Â¬ fresh stock of tlie best brands of gredients of milli do rapidly change producing rancidity and sourness Farmers who can not make a liv- Â¬ and FANCY ing on ono hundred acres of land bet-Â¬ ter sell off fifty acres and spend tho proceeds in improving tho remaining fifty In nine cases out of ton fifty DKAIEK IX acres well Improved will return twice as much profit to tho owner as ono hun- Â¬ that can be had in the cities We Watclios Clocks Jewelry Silver and This uowtler never varies A marvc I of dred acres of half tilled land It is a fact confirmed by oxperience purity strength ami wliolcwmenesR JInro propose to sell ilaletl waro tic Specii1 economical than the onlluary klmls and the world over that Clover used in a Â¬ cannot be sold in competition with the mul attcnliun given to titudes of low tet short weight nlntn nml rotation whoro other crops aro well Phosphate powders Sold only In canR manured will return to tho surfaco ItoYAi 11akig 1owdekCo 106 Vail Street 21 39 soil through its decaying roots as DIAMONDS Uew York Oeme and see us and be convinc- tnucn plant food othorwiso lost to vegetation as Is removed when the top od that we have a first class stock AND OTHER PRECIOUS STOXFS is cured for hay at A correspondent of tho Massachu- Â¬ setts Plowman says that when tho bco btarts out to gather nectar or pollen it always visits the same genus of flowers Promity ihiee ami in a workmanlike Forrun down debilitated and overworked If the apple Jrotnm Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription 13 It makes no mistake maimer the bnst of all restorative tonics It isa potent blossom is fir3t visited all subsequent We shall aim to secure a fair share Ppeeiflc for all those Chronic Weaknesses and secured are mado to Diseases peculiar to Women powerful gen- Â¬ ef custom by square dealing and Cast Paid for 0d Gold and Silver eral as well as uterine tonic aand nervine It visits till a load isBy apple blossoms this means fer- Â¬ imparts viuor and strength to tbe whole system We hattditHg of desirable goods tilization is secured and all chance of It promptly cures weakness of stomacbnausea Dont loreet tlie pluee nrxt tlmir iadnrestion bloating weak back nervous pros- Â¬ hybridization done away with tration debility and sleeplessness in cither sex Kkj moinl Ky Jo tlie It la carefully compounded by an experienced A fact generally conceded that DAVID CIIEXAULT fc CO physician and adapted to womans delicate n4 If cream should be kopt cool and sweet organization Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition or the cvEtem churning Farorlto rescrlp- - until there is enough ripened f WlCQlUTirn Ii tlou s the only medicine and then all soured or for I alike I LUI for women sold by druggists I li annan by putting in a warm room and stir- Â¬ mml under a posltlvo jJfi WEEK Runr I ClubSrstea antco of satisfaction In every case or price ring from bottom to top once an hour 100 refunded This guarantee has been wiafc ascocvcoiect WSSaCUr S Est Experts claim that by this means one printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully KEiKSTJ GHICKEN la tac buer as anv V isKainMW carried out for many years more butter will bo mado than httnltncrt system B Al For large illustrated Treatise on Dtoaecs of tenth Women 180 pages with full directions for by a premisctious mixing of the cream tyttflH M as The home treatment send ten cents in stamps Cholera Cure co cseratioa of Ike Address Worlds DisrENSARr MedicATj in all stages of ripaning Association 663 Jlain Street Buffalo N Do not use a blinder bridle in train- Â¬ watches in Cftdl rHILA J 25 21 ing your horse it is not a sensible - tLc for caca watch before it gees M h est though esck member only pays thing A horse especially if ho is a track Tti is why we gte you nervous is much moro likely to be than for if wayyoor moneydetag any one else J tbe largest we are alarmed by the sounds of things ho ncseu Hwatca Basrnrss in tnc worm can not see than by the sight of things IobIt first cuahtv coeds bat oori prices are about what ocacrs get far sec- In fact it is a he can not understand aadaaalirr OorSlO SllverlVatcll w a aubatantulSBver InolimHatim mf foolish thing to make a horse wear amwtmJ Stem Wid American Lcrec blinders under any circumstances with- Â¬ ul Hauic imiming wiw ot jh v n i ww out the bad habit of them has been sttficaed GoM OpcaFace first qu iily forced upon him Prof Gleason AmencaaLeTcrWatcbfvdritMttf 9mr 30 years It IsfiuYv equal tcaByi Vf When butter is salted and worked I watch sold far fee by others Wc fiid eV a ant class Saneoca Cow Cate and until it is quite dry or free from moisture mare satisnctorraaa serviceable than the salt Will form in ntinuto crystals on any Soul Gold Case that can be told a 1 9 leu than double tbe susey at cfc the outside of the packagd 15utter ia cases are inrariably ths wi soud Ikr5cr cf Life b letter 6ShilL not so good worked too dry There ox low quality and worthiest J short use Our 639 Watch coot ins a Ui free should be enough moisture in it to JiJKZi HtCULAlORLO aasacress important TJatcnted Thousands of dollars worth of nRACH7LD make it pliable Wash the butter- Â¬ proverasts of ezl iapcrtaBue to ac sr KJ3 chickens die every 3ear from Cholate tiimng FMtKt Zhutfrtcf Patents milk out but do not be so awful par- Â¬ 29 33 which we controIexclusiTely Mindc era It is more fatal to chickens than istaly equal feraccracy appearance a ticular about a little water and then all other diseasescombined But the maty aaa service to any tft vratcn ejt2crrjqjj it will not be crusted with salt on tho OpcaFace or Husnss Our 4300 BaU CW discovery of a remedy that positively road Watcll is especially constructed ferjg j outeide of the roll Farm Journal uc SMVoi ciwinn uc UK wv cures Vhas been made and to be conroad Hatch made Open Face cr Hurting fjitsf The OriginaS Wins vinced of its efficacy only requires a Am taese prices are cttner all case or xs cas BUILDING A S LO C3J c r1 Simisor s fct Icnis Trcpr Wtux siou a tvecic M A Simmons Liver Medicine Kstd trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for miMiiiriiwipi s u aaa ca SevcralSmall Onet Preferable to One Very wv uic u o vouri DEFEATS J one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ r t iiTmoni i llXfllin - -1rtn Tbs KejrslMe Watcti Cfsii Ga LJtrgo One er Kegulator iEsfd by Zclin iSCSjir anteed If after using two thirds of Kail CSes Is Cst Sirs BtHMia The silo may be a new building an At A i I M tWI years 47 lt04 WAIICT ST FHrUtJL FA cured Indigestion BiLioisvses a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly annex an old cellar or a hay bay Agent Wanted DVSfEpslASjci ISADACHELnT satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken refitted The location should bo such Appetite bom fcToMACM Etc Max Watch Mubter 100 Cholera return it to the undersigned a neams i K as to prevent unnecessary oxwrtse in l aiafcalliiiaacrtan acalaat nafacttna ecn ay mai a rpt ICharch Adams Tennl astoril rwefaaa a writes I wJLtiblamU s r pm cz and your monev will be refunded t construction and economize labor id touia nave aeea Head out i lor you tienuice M A Sisa- filling in and in removing the contents 3 35 19 18 STOCKTON icona iiver Meoicine WILLIS have I Sometimce ti A tr mltii As a rule these conditions are best Zeilins stuftfor joar Medisecured by placing the silo within or cine but it dont sxswer the t rr DnnwMr1 adjacent to a hill side barn Thorough ftllTa i- T71 SFlXl Tr I Tt n WiXfU drainage is essential and the general BaMtif Im tit Tv n - requirements for a good ioe hOuse ap Â¬ Medicine and have usol half of it THE BEST FAMiLY SOAP ply very well to a sild it may there It works like a charm I want no better Llvef Regulator snd ccr- fore be wholly underground or wholly -- IN THE WORLD taioly no more ofZeJins muturs above the ground leveL It is prefera- Â¬ ble to have the silo partly under J keep at my yard ner tlie depot in life UMfem in Qnellty ltretimoird all kinds of ground to secure and maintain fairly HE origin fcnnH frwbch we paid 50000 an even temperature at all seasonsi tmnij irarjf un never ueen skouinca or chanced in the stoutest Tills oonit id ror materials stone brick concrete 40 40 Idoniicaa in quiliy to lay witb wood and paper may be used and a tlllttasncZo ttrenfv Tcart azrn TT contains nujhiurf thnt cms in- and tbe fomotis YoHgliroglieny Coal simple trench or hole in tho ground JarcthnCneat Jabrlc Itbnsht- Aroe Acrtbraeite I will handle ens ce ors and bieacbes whites will serve the purpose TT washes flanaels and Uaalets as no other soap Excavations in an imporvious soil in Ihe world does without slnuljig leaving Vlam soft and white and lie new LUlkiBER or a well drained gravel bed which may or may not be lined with boards to prevent caving or insure cleanli Â¬ ness make good silos Such wero tho TOBACCO first made In this country I know rpHERE k a pppnt Harlncr of time of labor J f oap of fijel sad of tbe fabric where Dob such trenches in Illinois simply dug Orrfere left at W G Whites and C em HearicSMpUusi accord tijr to tUrOC- in the open field through a tonacious IE SHha drag i torw and at A H tlOHH demoBstnte hs soil and a hard pan sub soil to a strat- Â¬ Iaiws grocery will receive prompt at- - QXE trlnl wiH nuke that tii1 great merit It wiU pay you to TIKE aH bot nins It it cxtenCvelr imS um of gravel below filled with uncut C tated aad couateridtcd corn grown in the field and covored Mr J M Cliristoplier will always be with the earth thrown out of tho pit fBd at tbe yard and will take pleasure in waling on all customers3wars of Imitations which have made good ensilage and I ltope to receive a fair l hare of TKSIST upon proved unquestionably profitable for SobhlnO Electric Dont take T E BALDWIN ltroaaKe MajcaetK Electro Mage PhnadclplHa Electric several years Yet I believe a sub- Â¬ BSO 29- or aay other fwid saiply because it is cheap They stantial masonry silo is the true econo- Â¬ will ruin clothes and are dear at any price Aslc for my in tho ond It should be water- Â¬ jiomirss EtECTnic-b-tight and preferably but not necessa- Â¬ aad take no other Kearly errry grocer from Maine CUTTER AND rily air tight and frost proof Oval or to Mexico keeps it la stock If yuan hasnt it he CWtfS WttEBE All Sf MIS will orHer from his nearest wholesale grvecr Best Cough Syrup Testes good Use BHELLER rectangular is tho best shape if tho T5 HAD carehNy the iaude wrapper around each m atag aoia oyarugaiatg Combined in One Frame The Only Jbar and be carefnt to follotf SlrrrtlonS latter the corners may bo filled and en each oatside wrapper Vou rxtmat Rtrord 10 Combined Feed Mill Made rounded or concave The walls should wjit longer before trying for j oursetf this oh reliable and truly wonderm be smooth and vortical although some I believe Tisos Care Warranted to Give Satisfaction for Consumption saved Dobbins Electric Soaa-- I Out se three dtffereet tdxed Oriaders upon th prefer them to flaro or slope a littlo my llle A H Dowiox from the bottom toward the top Make i nao 5S1H at aay time IleaHy fire niaj Mnfff in 27 53 Editor Enquirer Kden the silo small and deep rather than OtM ton N C April 23 16S7 large and shallow and tho depth con- Â¬ Bead for drcaAr to tHAK tOWKLL J SrEEDSMTH siderably greater than tho length 5IACY rKA3E5t width or diameter 9 ViliarasUurs Intl Several small silo aro greatly to be 27 53 preferred to one large one They may of course be built adjoining and if desired communicating by doors at the bottom of the partitions But the silo should not be too small in The best Contrh Mfi1l- cine is Pisos Cuke pob surface While I have preserved on uoKficwnos Children silage pretty well ia boxos and bar- Â¬ We rereMitt Ipii of the strongesl take it without objection rels with and without pressure well Fire Insurance Comprtmes in the By all druggists 25c world we n Hfeit Hit- - txmmny tiiHt housed and exposed to all temper-Â¬ has the larxt CjfCmI lite laigt atures of the year lam convlncedt hat puil up CHpital tbe btrge t a e4H Hie tmly for the best results a silo should not UBat VflillF All FlRF ItWZ company that pays it bluett witlioiu Eestpoatrhfiynip Tastes cood Use be less tbn ten feet in its least dimen- Â¬ ilMMiiut ami 1h k not agree In its In tone holdbydrtMslsts sions and I prefer twelve feet orovoa policy ti make yon wall slxly tlavs fifteen feet still a good rule is to have after a lire to grt yHtr money We write at l lie low tlie silo so suited in size to tho quantity rates Rivenby any company then of ensilage to be used from it that at least three inches in depth over its en Â¬ not Insure in the Best I tire surface shall be removed daily or Our enmw are backed by over every other day at any rate while tho 5Huooutiu CflpiUiiKl overSlljKWU pit is open The Popular Line between assets It will lie to lle nf r u are Although more labor is involved in Cincinnati burced out Call and see s itefuro yon the method unless hoisting apparatus insure elhewhere Our rates awl terms LAFAYETTE and 306 E MAIN STBEET is provided the best plan scorns to bo are tbe best to have no opening in the bottom or We bave associated ourselves togeth Â¬ 28 28 SMITH POWELL er in tbe BarberioK Bnsluess and are walls and to remove all the ensilago He Lstire Trtlsj US THaOCCH Wllhast Clis leeated at 108 E Main Street in Ram Â¬ pnllmaa Sleeplnsr Cars and Blesttnt Its by lifting it out Side doors will often clinlng- Chair Cars on llighl Trains sey building next door to Roberta be found convenient however and XXapniucent Parlor Cprs on Day Trains Wiaea drug store may be used although a certain cause First class work guaranteed Shav Â¬ of more or less loss of material if ing 18 cents chklrena hnir cuU 15 betwiek used make these door3 as small as pos- Â¬ cents and sible and take ovory precaution for Please give us a call Satisfaction Tit tbe C L St L k C Ballrir Elg Four their being made air tight insnred aad Tsndilla Idas SQUIRE COBB 28 If circumstances mako tho use of a Fcllnan BaSet Sleeping Cars Pullman Hecllnlng M C MOORE Cars Ke r First Class Co2che Chair Second door advisable and thus empty the Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through without change between Cincinnati and St Louis silo from the bottom let the silo bo LIFE INSURANCE built deep and narrow but long with Elegant Reclining Chair Cars AT ACTUAL COST BETWEEN the door at tho ond instead of deep Persons desirous of obtaining life iu narrow and short whoro tho ensilage Cincinnati and VIA THE Burance at actual con eltould write fur Is removed from the top The idea is C IKt C aad f B A W Short tas to have the least possible surface of tho oirculars to Commodious Reclining Chair Cars packed ensilage exposed to tho air BETWEEN fiBconiTY Mutual Benefit Society while the silo is open and its contents Miasapeli 1tmUkt aad SjsM lam KENTUCKY 28 Broadway New York A curb apron being daily removed Via SHELDON This society claims that for six years or upward turning extension of tho C I St L k C and T P A W K Hds the cost to a member of m iddle age has CABBIAGE walls should be made equal to one At Ohlngo St toals aid Peoria dose and been Less than Twelve Dollars a nedlato eonneetlent are made with all Liarsia to third of the depth of the permanent JOHN DONELSON and from the SorHiwcit TTtit ted Routhwrnt structure to allow for tho settling and Yeab for each thousand dollars of in Ttrtcsa Tkktti ui Eisip Chctti t til rrkdjU rditi tills may oe oi wooa in an cases apr tf Pkopkietob snranee go j Can 1 obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L C RT also via this line r t all Coupon Ttckit The Baltimore American celo- Offices throughout the country bratcd the 115th year of its cxist- HARBISOK -- JOHH ECAH0enlPssaadTUit enee by publishing a fac simlle of its CTJf CHr TATI Q issue of August 20 1773 Among tho 109 IRVINE STREET LOUISVILLE KY RollJ Cot1 TnAni S Hi incidents mentioned in the paper aro BWU W H11 MU I Next Door to Post OSce nw wu ia ta WTK i some that aro very familiar in theso bMkMKC Wr rlKI ivi iiea bm ut days A boy hot himself with a sup Â¬ The Largest and Finest Hotol in Hrfua uml act issuer rdgcsumuwlUiWMk posed unloadedgun a lady In Virginia Furnituro Repairing end m e mikI the city OaeXeraon hitsca U died at the age of one hundred and can r csb marr a ftrh tAraiT wfta Mir Urr mI l ttronty omj years who had never drank to 4 Day XSoasehelit ebe a fTacsr ss Nimple4 any kind of spirituous liquors during w Done wvll si tas wercbafaiscaa mod 4W vu bar tiA According to rooms Tfl and a first class snake her life tbcM la TW acna for 3 Caias sad Ma aw t fws wb v7 aav eJled tatr beram 70U im semr TsM elory is related- - with interesting de J Turkish and Russian Baths in Promptly CARPETS or nanaf ma Wateh k ent u t aa an a4 Sajzsplea- - Yrpav sa Rtna nrtirMrae iann tails The only thing of importance LAIDIN FINE BUnnon Hotel ds Co XSox MIA tortiaad Ulae 8231 missed in the issuo is the sea serpentSTYLE Giv ehiraaJCalL 2427 26 IM CieiHlt Co ADRUFF rv - FACTS FOR FARMERS SIEW FIRM IffEW S OOBS rAKC45 2lE 2lfirrtf three-year-o- STAPLE IITC1UIIIUL1ELEL GROCERIES Absolutely Pure CHEAP for CASH SETTING Reasonable Prices REIPAERZZffG- e r AISTTEE SNHMB a S r Vks -- 1 5fi i IP UomPSaaM VrJiJ 1 Â¬ fc Â¬ iiw 1 Uoston Doy rfashingtdn Beans Poet Stngorly Jawklns did you over hear mo sing Within a Mile o Edin jawkins No ndr Hort Toon within a mile of any other tunc1 Terre Haute Express A trading establishment in the Congo recently sent an order to En Â¬ gland for a consignment of rum And Very appropriately it was added in d postscript Send moro handcuffs Smith to milkman Til havo to Milkman ask you to chalk it up Oh thats all been abstractedly attonded to oh or bog your pardon certainly take your own time Life Bobby cautioned his mother is it they wero guests at dinner possible you are oating with your Yos ma respondod Bobby knife with a look of intense chargin but I forgot I was visitin 7arperi Bazar Foreigners genorally speak with a foreign accent A carpenter with a broad-axe-soA writer of plays with a four or five acts sent An In- Â¬ dian with a littlo axosent tomahawk tt And a butcher with a Texas Siflings Small Boy to grocery clork Come cant you get my things im in an awful hurry Mother wants them Clork for supper What will you A Small boy havo young man bar of soap and a quart of kerosene Detroit Free Press You Magistrate to prisonor are charged sir with beating your Yes sail an 1se wife lriooner proud of it sah Magistrate Proud Kase sah sho of it Prisonor weighs twonty pouns mon me Epoch Young Man Do you mako any reduction for goods purchased in quan- Â¬ Cer- smiling tities Jeweler Young Man Then give irie tainly a dozen of your dheairest engagement rings I am going to lire in Salt Lake City and feel that it is necessary to Jewelers Weekly economize Husband Whores John tho Wife butler I discharged him Husband Wife What for I told him to givo tho canary a bath and he let tho hoso loose on tho cago Husband for a quarter of an hour Is the bird dead We dont Wife ifYnie know whore it is A violinist was playing over a piece of music with his man servant who had beon tho public fiddler in his native village and when they had fin- Â¬ You handlo ished ho said to him your bow very fairly but you aro al- Â¬ ways a beat behind hows that Monsieur it is out of respect La Gaulois But you know said Miss Single- Â¬ ton with a simpar that Im not so young as I used to be 0 Miss Singloton exclaimed NumheJd effu- Â¬ sively you do yoursalf justice I knew you ten yoars ago and you didnt look a particle younger then than you do to day Boston Transcript nt meal-axo-ser- Or FUN Tho Utcs threaten to make miuco moat of the Pluttu Then we shall hear of the mince piutos Puck Wnat is Sunday School Toaohoc the fruit of the tree of knowledge FULL Dress the Hair ness beneficial effects on tho scalp ami lasting perfume commeml it for uni Â¬ versal toilet nso It keeps the lialr soft and silken preserves Its color prevent It from falling and If the hair lias become weak or thin promotes a hew growtln TO restore tho original color of ray hair which had turned pretnaturelT gray 1 used Ayers Hair Vigor with entire success I cheerfully testify to the Â¬ With Ayora Hair Vigor Its cleanli Â¬ ALL KINDS AND CULTIVATORS or THE NEW EIRM OE Mrs P H David of thli preparation son Alexandria La I was afflicted some tlireo years with scalp disease My hair was falling out and what remained turned gray 1 was Indnced to try Ayers Hair Vijror and in tnv in a few woeks tho disea disappeared and my hair resumed its S S Sims He v original color Pastor U B Church St IlnrnU e Ind A few yoars ago I suffered tlte entire loss of ray hair from the effects of tetter I hoped that after a time nature woul 1 repair the loss but I waited in vain Many remedies were sngcestwl none howovor with such proof of merit as Ayers Hair Vigor and I liegan to use it Tho result was all I could have desired A growth of hair soou came out all over iny head anil grew to be as soft and heavy as I ever had and of a natural color anil frmfjf set J H Pratt Snofford Texas Efficacy Â¬ Shackelford Gentry Ayers Hair 43 Vigos ranrAUEn cr Dr J C Ayer It Co Lowell Mass Bold Vy Dnijsists ami Perfumers DR A WILKES SMITH Sestal Siirs-ess- - Practice Limited to OFFICE Office hours 400 I M Dentistry junc2 tf Smith Building Main Street 900 to 1200 M 100 to will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor co mer- Â¬ it the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased fa- Â¬ cilities J C MORGAN D D S Mam street over Mndl SSTOFFIOE sou National Bank Iticbmoud Ky June 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN Second 6treet next to OFFICE june22if Whites Ding Store 3 G W EVANS M D SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecond street junt22tf WAGONS and CART 30 2 DRS TAYLOR ASHE IEIT0C1T CEHTBIL 1 1 Practitioners In Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second slreetover Dykes juue22t Grocery Store BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west DR JOHN M FOSTER Residfiice at Cor Maiu and Tales Creek Avenue June 22 tf To The Public oes ATO HATS VALLACE MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxmis Up Stairs FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati lis tiun 83a am DR PHIL ROBERTS No 2 No I Dally No 6 ExSUll AFRICAN Messenger RUNNERS -- BAXiBWIXtTS COAL YARD il lotric Soap npf My to Kentucky Coal GRAIN 1 BAiED HAY AND READ THIS TWICE Â¬ THE FgBMjLL GRnHER zwtzj7n i2X2SjP - iss S SMITH POWELL M Insurance Whoo Powers of Kuduranco Are blmply Marvelous The Arab couriers of tho Sultan of Morocco arc required to make on foot the distance between Tangier and Fez about one hundred and fifty milos by turttious roads climbing big mount- Â¬ ains and swimming bridgoless rivers in three and one half days They would bo apt to regard tho tanbark In Madison Square Garden as a regulat picnic and they would not require any rubbing down or other attention Their littlo doura cakes would suffice for nutriment and when they rotired for a thrco hours snoozo a cord tied to a foot and set on firo at tho other ond would wako them at tho proper time Then there arc King Khamas postal runners in Bechuanaland They are short distance pedestrians but they are rattling travelers over tho rough- Â¬ est of roads and toughoned by long exporiencethey would probably do well in a six days burst of speed They aro placed fifteen milos apart between Shoshong His Majestys capital and Kimborloy and they get tho royal mail over the ground at the rate of 130 milos a day without any star routo ex- Â¬ pediting But human endurance is seldom test Â¬ ed so sevorely as among the postal messengers of tho Chinese Government between Pekin and Lhassa These mossengcrfl are picked and trained men who in times of great urgency aro required to cover tho 4500 miles between tho two capitals on horseback in thirty six days or 125 milos a day The messengers lettors inclosed in a yellow bag aro nevor taken off his back except when ho changes his dress once a week He changes horsos every fejv miles eats and sleeps in postal stations is under tho most rigid re- Â¬ strictions as to articles of diet and is pormitted to sleep only four hours a day This romarkablo feat is said to be accomplished whoncver there is need of special dispatch but on ordinary oc- Â¬ casions just double the timo is given to tho journey Detroit Free Press Offers his profeseioual services to the public Ive Cov In Eton Office in drug More on lower Main Ive Falmouth Ky Lvc Cyntliinn jiily27 ly Street Richmond Arr IMrls Arr Lexlnston DR U C j-- c-sr szc AMBROSE sr lve larls Arr Arr Arr Arr FORD KY Ofllce hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon af- Â¬ June 22 tf Winchester Richmond Lancaster Stanford Ive Ktctuuoml Arr Beren Arr Livingston NORTH BOUND Livingston Lve llerfa Arr Itichniond Ive Maiifnrl Ive Lancaster 2U pm 825 p pm am 938 pm am 1024 pai 43a pm iro ara pm 1050 pm 1140 6e pra 1230 pm 1130 p pm am 1055 p 1150 05 pm 1135 p m 1125 pm pm pm 200 510 pra 10C03 P -- We have an immense stock of FaU--and- -- 600 205 320 y43 pm p pm pra Winter - Goods CONSISTING OF W T SEXSMIT1I M D PHYSICIAN public No 3 Nol No 5 AND SUIIGEON services WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional Ive to the aug i7 iyr Arr ltclnnonil Lve Kirinnuml Lve Lexington Lve larls Lve Cynthiiiua Lve ralmoutli Arr Covln2ton 1025 am 1145 am 720 a m 8 xo am 8o am am 130 p AXaXa EULX3S3S and FRIGSSS noo J F CORNELISON RICHMOND - KENTUCKY Arr Winchester Arr Tans a5S P pra 3 300 pra 340 pm 4 06 p m 4 51 50 Practicing Physician oflers his professional services to the 29- public 600 pm pm 740 825 735 835 906 ioeo3 1135 am am am am am am 3o pm S pat 4 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 ami want a share oi your patronage if prices are a condition am am 3 JO pm pm pm Respectfully MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve MayfcvlIIe WALLCE mch2l iy BICE DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofllce on First Street jauIy BxSan 00 3S No 1 Dally Kx No 12 Dally P bun Johnson ami 105 ami H W BRIGHT M D Arr larls Carlisle Mlllenburg PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Lexington Covington 753 ara 820 am 915 ara 1135 raoara 140 pm 23a pai 28 pra ara 325 P ock pm 600 pm THE LBWSTT PM SEAT FASTENER NORTH BOUND RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Whites Drug Store Lve Covington- Lexington Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ Paris ical and Chemical examinations of Arr Mlllerxburg Carlisle tisvues aud fluids of the human body No 11 Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun No 9 735 ara 830 ara 8 57 a in 921 ara 200 425 520 547 6cn IBB IS THE pm pm pm Pra MATESTAEBEST 22junetf JotinHon Slaysvllle 1050 ara 1015 ara r Pra 740 pm 5 pm DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic No Counterfeiters in China tt ITew BarTDer Shop COBB Vhy MOOBE Indianapolis CHICAG - O Hue Carriages Cincinnati St Louis t Peoria HI Two coppersmiths out of employ Â¬ ment in Hankow privately formed a littlo company to make copper cash and began their operations for some reason by melting down about eight pounds of imperial copper coins The band had made but liUlo progress in their secret trade having only manufactured altogether some ton thousand coins equivalent to littlo more than threo pounds when they wero captured tried and condomned According to the report the ringleador was sentenced to immediate decapita- Â¬ tion for molting devn coin of tho realm the next who had assisted in tho work of coining was sentenced to decapitation after imprisonment while two others who had polished tho spurious coins and the last who acted as book keeper wore treated not as principals but as accessories liable to importation to Turkestan and employ- Â¬ ment as slavos to tho troops thore a fate believed to bo worse than iinmedi ato decapitation Some other men who seem to have nothing to do with tho coining itself but acted aa domestic servants to the principals received son ten cos of three yoars1 banishment and a hundred blows each Pekin GaÂ¬ 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington and Covington Richmond Kentucky No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester Office Main Street over D M Brights Direct connection made Office hours 830 to noo A M 200 to with Chesapeake amiIsOhio forat51Winchester 1 Sterling I M V Va Ashland Huntington Charleston 400 Special attention given to diseases of and Eastern Cities PAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 run via Win women and all difficult chronic cases Pullman Sleeplng Patients treated at a distance and chesterSolid Train with and Richmond Va Cnrs between Cincinnati Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ aud Winchester and Washington I C mayi6 iy dress Through Tickets and Baagnge Checked to any destination reached by u railroad For full particulars address or call on auy DR H R GIBSON agent of the Company or B F B MOUSE E H BACON Practitioner in Medicine Surgery Gen lassr Aet Trav Fassr Agt CovlngtonKy LexluitouKy 51 50 RED HOUSE KY H E HUNTINGTON F B CARR Agt GeuI Mausger Richmond Ky Surgeon Physician and Note No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p rives Paris 755 p m m ar- Â¬ gpONiS31JBK S SEAT FASTENER EVER MISTED M to firmly and Imnwablr and Trt nn efcaniwd in an Sample oy laaH 55 eenta la stamrfi or 100 per dozen sew JtTiktb Ctoeit ana State taatMt for Sole soil to parties purchasing territory these feeat Fasteners will be soM at a very low Watts Address and wen re IV V- - I 1IATJGEU jVulurn reck Phelps N 106 W Main St next door to Second National Bank A variety of STOVES of the best make including the BAYLESS COOKING EANGE Cooking Stoves open front and Cannon Heating Stoves Anthracite Base Burners and other stvles Eussia Iron and Corrugated Piping Grates Mantels and Ileartbs Â¬ IK A K ID W Jl K E DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY General Offices Covington Ky public 12- - OHers bi professional services to the Ofllce at Powells store ra LB THE ili 5 MOST mm PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention civeu to abstracting titles to binds in Eastern Kentucky Oillce in Climax building S E Corner Main and Second Streets up stairs June 22 tf Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance FULL LIjNE OF TINYVIRE edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware - ROOFINGLA6N3RY GLIiS 18 THE WOBLO K8 FnEEZ ZCl ss Itf22i7naar VK p fa asQ 30- - and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER BBSHGK c PHESXhFS CO 0 C WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF Attorney at Iara Attorney at Iaw KENTUCKY RICHMOND OFFICE on First street E T BURNAM RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F nam 011 First Street June 22 tf ciwaper ami better then any other bluing in the world BLUIXE Is store convenient than any other Malng BLTJINE is more economical IwcnOKe vou can put in just the exact nrrount and no more BLUINE Is clean and neat no diat no spattering or spilling BLUINBis in small nWK packed In a handsome envelope and would be an ornament on any fi NEVER BrcaaMgyu ssms kills Ill i M 0 SS3rr5cS r5SA4 pjgiyCaflrWaitepagsiS Sass or Oast THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE 4 P 8 J A SULLIVAN table S BLUTNE is the cheapest because it Is tbe best Twenty Foar Washings for Ten Cents p a P zette Astonishing Ignorance same as AVaaf at all tlm H U4 wnti Asentf Salesmen for Mle Heiail Tnic als mpn women boj formerly occupied by County Judge Vi clrlj toanI atlTcrlUinff ao do ia erer rtclaltj oct6 ly Miller Ot Thrft ShecM tan package forlOcent gfrnploa r e of Grocer w by twul oT th CLUING HTC CO West Acton Mass C S WORKS GAL HOUSE DMILLER -- mmm Can you boar J piece of bad news Amolia hoarsely whisperod tho mer- Â¬ chant to his wife What is it Cyrus she exclaimed Dont keep me in suspense I have made an assignment for the benofit of my creditors O Cyrus Thon well havo to giv up this house and the carriage and sealBldn sacquos I had ordered for the Â¬ Attorney atKY RICHMOND - Office on Second Street POWELL iLaaWa 24 49 faatllaaa J js ftTs Ml uc ail ctro kr iafEJ Vturad ia aar tsbllth Kruitr ssuian ran e Pepl and Cod wttrt cons wa nu aroa i to mm la 5aaSW3f3N2 5aI pcrsca WTriieach loeZtjjLhrtrrto fecit tMekina vaJ HVM1tail a tb tfMaurtatt e villtoa atmirreea comokte ZLCa of oar costl aad rtloabl ait FSfyiE 30 5 Write for Catalogue VEHICLES FOR THE TRADE A CINCINNATI OHIO U S June 22 tf Attorney atKYXxaOT RICHMOND OOJce corner Main 1- W SMOBERLEY fc3 miiteD vTfJi ck latf CAvtal4 ims uRisat izs re ran nnro 63AO per iraiis acuicjr our ALBCait We beat tbe ltKl ISjats Fatut Puttole DlBflEB JLSB TRMSPLUtTES j 0MD4FT3 fciigsltzUrzVi A 1 lad MW1m and First streets girls Well no Amelia its hardly so bad up stairs over Ramseys as that But I think wed better dis charge the coachman on accoun of Rates25o Per Iplsterk - But youvo assigned for the benofi XlUCiSsCOt iSox 740 Aucutap Maine Of tho creditors Wont they get every 27 26 I am prepared to do nil kinds of thing Carpenters work in first class style W H Kt lley will bulb you a good Amelia your ignorance of businee Also estimates furnished on short Chicago Trib notice house cheaper than tiny tnan in town is absolutely pathetic TYLER BAXTER H tine 32- - Carpenters Work va tbaaa wbo what we borne an after 13 our call at ntvBB auaau oaceica year vwb rprwptn rreaa cuciuiia is iX Vi C iaRrr tka Bluccr paKata bid bar ru oat orfar patents ran ont U aokl for SOS wkh tbt irrVihweDta and bow sails for xSJlrd 2t3tatroB7astmott a 0 a fclinacluM ia tb world Ail U Jrto N cacttai reocired FUIa 1 bam wbo witia to na brief fcrurjot4 ai ooea can t bx tka world and lb rsra JVC tko tn saafworktof ffbarCewrtoavK tettbef h America tho tid rar itu alM Emboased padded aides eds a sloa clasp aoMiair pa s of Cabnet andextea Card plctores sent for lt 09 retails ior 3oouiirt U Mr2St0Vlutn11 - srrjva or va aa IHJtlt V PUWTtMJRASM-As-tli- World for low trices m A JaeCTa aaa aula Cincinnati Orip Ti I2 tt en - CamL EmEGTHO SIPETT J Cao l so ia every family Gists more lijjlit thaB three ordlaarr lamps urn juann jar IT an also the SSEBKi irtr cents iIIibj toCee rot aaratke Vbeat S la Sead for illnstrateil elrcalen to F0SSHES MsK fiSlNCtaciaaallA fi s EHTS SrlaT r BEK S8 JTaSaE ifaj i aoouia taeir bmkm ilu nr BHASS t IT lflahe tftA Llsht Simple Stronx an Effectlic rsj K WJ BT f m It is tta only EeK deaBtoK made aad can he cseJta aay son no saatter htnr sJely with perfeei creat advan It ttoa tagrCTveraWl8Jcerste tlw JXZ ng vww rooted tet WitiiltaasweMIt easflydlg tea botes per day faexceeJbtfT w 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