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PvvHvffiVAiVW a ra a Pa xvil7 vfllv vlivi 6svl STsJf jH Ofl Sly kS 77b5v Wm 7f2Sf mIIO 753t Vlefef mUD n7 Is iSPy 7T3t ffil I tfm f 1M - W 85 S f v vIB Ma iii AKt I IH C Ki TyfGi 772fcv ISa Hi x72ft iK7m5m y JM vJIL TKWf The most comfortable Bed Springs in the world Come and see them BLINDS BLINDS Every variety of Window BHnds and Shades all sizes and kinds PIANOS AND ORGANS The Finest Instruments that the tories afford and at living figures fac- Â¬ No house in Central Kentucky carries a larger or more complete stock of coffins COFFIFS Handsome Hearse elegant carriages gentle horses taking funeral director In short Collins careful drivers experienced embalmer and pains- Â¬ Hagan have every thing in their line from the highest to the lowest from the broadest to the narrowest from the thickest to the thinest from the longest to the shortest Â¬ AFTER THE VlOTORV Experience of c NlRlit In the Ilomo of a Honorable fconlpotlllon and U0jjr 6 iri True llonecr Joy Its PruIH In Case ol Sticee My first menl iri a cnbiA was not aV All sdrts Of iaces aro being run in tractive It consisted dl cinn dodgers Wed pork aad something thoy called this energetic world of ours Some aro tea which I should never have sup- Â¬ striving for money some lor placo and posed to be tea by its taste but I was power some for rank or name or ap- Â¬ plause some for promotion in business hungry and rathor ull of kealt t enjoyed the fare coarse aa it was Aft some for oxcclenco In art or salonco or supper I had a talk with tho head of or literature But there is a Vast dit wllitih tho the household on a bonch outside the forertco in the spirit withill ihd racd cabin in tho course of which aiUong striving Is ddne Jusl as tho vim and energy of each runner is other things I learned that lie was a brought out by that of his competitor native of North Carolina and that aft the manifold exertions of the r worrying ho had started with his so in tho powers world and facultlos of men wife for Western Pennsylvania lie was not inclined to stop in Virginia and women arc constantly sharpening He had he said enough of a slavo and strengthening each other by hou State whore a poor white man was not orablo contost Not all contcsU how considered ab good as a black one Ho ever is honorable Much Of tho offdrl remained in Pennsylvania five or six mado is simply td get ahead of some years until the people became too one elso at all hazards and in every thick for game when he dvcd Id way if not by fair and honest en Â¬ Ohio spent fomo years in the eastern deavor then by trickery and unfair ad Â¬ He who amasses wealth part of the State as many moro in tho vantage return for western and thence ho came to Indi- Â¬ not as an equivalent valuo given under Â¬ but by ana I have been suid he a hand dealing or oppression of kinder rolling stone but I am a tho poor or gambling on a high or a good deal better off than I was when I low scale has been ongnged in no started I own eighty acres of good honorable competition He who climbs land twenty acres cleared a yoke of laid jiowcr not by proving himsolf the oxen a mule a cart and some farming tools and besides aa good a rifle as fittest man to wield it but by pushing others down and crowding them out you over lid eyes on And then desecrates tho name of emulation The continued he we have all the time been peopling tho earth as tho Bible first object in all effort must bo exccl says we ought to We have eight ence If that be absent the attempt to rise above others is mean and dis- Â¬ children two of the boys have gone to Let competition bo re- Â¬ work in the city It has been pretty hard honorable spected only when tho endeavor is to for her but I said ho straightening give to the world the best labor of himself up am as hearty as a head or hand When this is done or buck I shaVt stay here long if I find as far as it is done the giver may any body to buy mo out You sec stranger I am what they call a iier rightly rejoice in tho high rank he holds among the workers of the world neor and pierneors oughtnt to stay but elevation by any other means is long in the same lilaca Here our Â¬ an honor but a talk was interrupted by an announce- Â¬ not difference betweendisgrace An other honorable and ment from one of the girls that it was con- Â¬ bed time On going in I perceived dishonorable competition is the duct of victor to Some that trundle beds had been rolled out men riso abovo tho vanquished crush others only to from under the large beds and that thetnothcra lift and exalt them Some the floor was pretty well covered by boast with noisy triumph and scorn the sleeping arrangements Pointing those who are left behind othors to the small cot in the corner my host like the child in the story havo morely said Strangor thats yourn a way of making peoplo feel and blew out the candle so that I could comfortable One merchant who not see if I had been inquisitive how is largely deliber- Â¬ successful tho women disposed of thomselves I ately destroys tho business of recollect only that in an incredibly smaller and weaker men another glad- Â¬ short time the room was as still as if ly gives them the benefit of his ex- Â¬ nobody was in it My bed was a hard ienco and knowledge One artist one I could not see whether it was pel who has risen high in public favor clean or dirty but novel as the cir- Â¬ uses his influenco to depreciate tho cumstances were I slept soundly In works of his the morning just as the light began takes them by brother artists another the hand and gives them to stream through the windows I was courage for fresh endeavors One wom Â¬ awakened by the moving back pf tho an who is well established in tho so- Â¬ trundle beds and I was soon left to cial or fashionable world will blast the Upon the bench on name of those sho has dress myself left behind by which I sat in the evening there was a her cutting criticism or scornful neg Â¬ tin basin by it a bucket of pure spring lect will uso her utmost pow- Â¬ water a true pioneer never drives his er to another make them cwtccmcd by recount- Â¬ stakes where there is not a spring ing their admirable points Every vic Â¬ and hanging upon a nail in one of the tor from tho childish conqueror in a logs a conrse but clean towel Hav Â¬ foot race up to the fortunato candidate ing washed paid my bill fifty cents for the presidential chair largely shaken hands with my host who proves his character by his demeanor wished me well I mounted my horse If ho is truly toward the vanquished which had been brought to the door noble ho will uso his power whatever my best bow to the girls and mado it be to lift not to crush tho loss fort-Â¬ who came to sec me off Such was unato and in blessing them he will my first experience in a log cabin I find tho chief joy of his success Phil- Â¬ relate it because it was a type of sub- Â¬ adelphia Ledger sequent ones Hugh McCidloch in Century COMMODORE PORTER RESCUED FROM VEEDS lloiTtlio FamuuiSra Doc Wooed and Won Ills Lorelr Wife The Snegenllve Story or a Rood Farmers Commodore Porter tho father of the Profitable Cruiailn If every thing that grew was already present Admiral had a most romantic fitted for mans uso the Divine com- Â¬ marriage He mado a reputation at the ago of twonty slx and had become mand about bread by sweat of brow Man should a commander after only eight years of would be nugatory cheerfully shoulder the burden of service He had shown himself a weeds remembering that it is as much brave man in our war with Tripoli his duty to battle with the tares of the had been imprisoned and was now back soil as with the thorns and thistles of in tho United States on servico at the Here he sin With this view tho serious can navy yard at Washington enter upon tho duties of opening sea- Â¬ met a very pretty young lady Miss Evelina Anderson the daughter of a son with a determined complacency Weeds do not grow where seeds do not wealthy Congressman from Pennsylva- Â¬ exist henco prevention is the first nia When Commodore Porter met step Get the start in spring and keep her she was playing with a doll for was she was it until too late in the fall for seeds to though she years in socioty Ho fell in of age I dont have time is the only fifteen mature universal response Such apologists love with her at first sight and asked must plead guilty to one of two indict- Â¬ her hand and was referred by Com- Â¬ ments thoy are shiftless or are en Â¬ modore Tingey to Mr Anderson her deavoring to till moro land than they father who was at his home at Â¬ can till well Either horn of the di- Chester Pa Commodore Porter hur lemma suggests its own relief The ried at once to Chester but tho family story of how one good husbandman had been apprised of his coming and Â¬ freed his 160 acre farm of weeds and wore prepared to give him a flat re kopt it so and at a profit will be of fusal They did not consider him a interest to the thoughtful When he poor naval officer a suitable match for took possession buildings and fences their daughter and Miss Andersons and as a matter brother was deputed to receive the were dilapidated of course weeds had almost full con- audacious suitor and give him his walking papers When Porter made trol His first stop was to prevent any his appearance he was shown into the seeding by weeds FoncerowE further parlor where young Anderson met him were cleared of bushes and briars and and asked him his business in a freez- Â¬ these togothcr with the roadsides margins fruityard orchard and past ing tone Commander Porter replied ures were mowed three times each that ho wished to see Mr William to his daughter season docks burdocks daisies and Anderson in relation some other foul weeds growing in and that he could not communicate grain were dug up and destroyed corn what he had to say to any ono else but and potatoes were hoed by hand three him Sir said the brother you have times All was dono so thoroughly como on a fools errand My father that no weeds wore allowed to mature can not seo you and you can not marry Manure was not applied to the land my sister or be connected with this until it had been well composted and family tho weed seeds decomposed Tho sec- Â¬ The Commander jumped from his ond season tho roadsides SirP ho chair his eyes flashing fire and bare spote in meadow and exclaimed you are meddling in a pasture were seeded with grass and matter that does not concern you I clover This farmer was so persistent came hore to marry your sister I did in his crusade against weeds that one not come to marry you and confound time he found over a quarter of a you if you do not leave the room I milo from tho house a dockroot which will throw you out of the windowl he could not pull and he left his hat Tho young gentleman was quite by it returned to the house and sent taken aback Ho sought his father dock a boy with grubbing hoe for and told him that there was a practical-loHalf an aero of quack oking and hat man down stairs who in- Â¬ grass was exterminated by plowing sisted upon marrying his sister Ho roots several times and raking out the was certain that the man would cut each time Leaves are the lungs of every bodys throat if he did not get plants and if these aro not allowed to her and he washed his hands of the grow the roots will decay hence a matter The result was that after a constant onslaught was kept up as they weeks acquaintance all tho family took How did it showed abovo ground a great liking to the would be bridge Ho raised largely increasod groom and tho required consent was pay crops and 60ld all ho raised for seed given to tho marriage The two were because clean at an average advance married on May 10 1808 and Mr An- Â¬ of about ten per coat He paid 5600 derson gave them a very handsomo for tho farm running in debt for half residence on tho banks of the Dela Â¬ the amount newly fenced it made over ware as a wedding present This a mile of open and covered ditches ro house though orected in 17S1 is still paired the house oqual to building standing and its massive stone walls anew built a large barn a carriago It is in tho aro in good preservation house and other outhouses raised a possession of the family to day family of eight children paid the Harpers Bazar balance of tho purchase price and at s the end of seventeen years sold out for The superintendent f tho Yellow Â¬ 18000 This never could havo been stone National Park reports that after He had careful investigation dono by shipshod farming he finds that no high prices for produce to aid him fully two hundred buffalo range over for all this happened just before tho tho divide between the Madison and war Tho farm was three miles from Yellowstone rivers in summer and town and sold for farm purposes only winter In tho adjacent valleys The N Y Tribune elk deer and mountain sheep he says number many thousands and aro con- Â¬ A facetious burglar who broke stantly increasing With proper pro Â¬ into an editors house ona night bald tection ho thinks no fear need be felt the only thing he struck was a match that any ol theso animals will become Texas Siflings extinct in this country A LOG CABIN FACTS A ABOUT FURNACES yOU eed FULL FO FUN ALL ABOUT RATS ad KotSl Sanjttiirxtata6ef on the Effects ef rdrnace licit cri tieitltli In February 1831 tho committco of hygiene of the Medical Society of Kings County rendored a report which is published in full in the proceedings of that society upon catarrh and whether that diseaso was aggravated by residence Jn ditiesi The opinions bf a large number of physicians of lon e3ffcrlcnca Were obtained and their testimony showed that though cli- Â¬ matic and city influences have much to do with the creation of catarrh yet de- Â¬ fective heating lighting airing sun- Â¬ ning and drainage of housos with im Â¬ proper views as to air clothing bath and exercise arc tha main caiisc1 ndlVidual physicians laid special stress upon individual influences as dry and irritating air from villainous furnaces increased furnace heat and artificial methods of living Furnace air perse is not so unwhole- Â¬ some but it is the absence of ventila Â¬ tion which makes it so If a furnace of sufficient size to warm a building without opening every draft and heat Â¬ ing the firepot red hot and if tho fresh air supply is taken from a proper source and not from damp area of un- Â¬ clean cellar and furthermore if there are sufficient openings at the top of the house to allow tho impure air which rises to that point to escapo and thus cause a constant circulation of sufficiently warmed but not ovorhcated air through the house under these conditions a furnaco is not objection- Â¬ able Furnaces are often badly located It is easier to force warm air through a furnaco flue fifty feet away from the prevalent wind than ten feet in tho Opposite direction Hence the furnace should be placed nearest the Northern side of the building or two should b provided Hot air flues should not be carried for any distance through coM cellars halls or basements as they will become chilled and will not draw without being cased with some non- Â¬ conducting material as mineral wool Dont set a furnace in a pit especially in a wet soil where water will collect after every rain storm but stand it on brick arches so as to raise it abovo tho ground also cement tho pit It is unfortunately very common to find such depressions filled with water this causes rusting of tho furnace itself and damp in tho cellar In very many bouses occupied by persons of means tho furnaces are no longer used but have been replaced by open fires This is costly comfort but it is a commend- Â¬ able plan as it furnishes ample ven Â¬ tilation to the living rooms It is de-Â¬ sirable that one room should at least be thus supplied with a cheerful and sanitary fire Where fresh air inlets are carried from tho house drain to tho front of a house at the yard level they should not bo located near to tho cold air supply as there is a chance that during heavy states of tho atmosphere a down draft may bo created and the foul air sucked into the air box and thence upward in- Â¬ to tho house Registers should never bo placed at the floor level as they will collect dust and sweepings which aro liable to take fire Furnaces with heavy castings heat slowly and aro less easily cracked or warped and thoy cool more slowly so that the heat involved is moro uni- Â¬ form It is well to retain the air close to the firepot and thus keep it longer in contact with the fire heating sur- Â¬ face Water pans aro often badly arranged that they admit dust and as they are seldom cloancd that may become so Â¬ offensive They should always be supplied by a ball cock so as to be auto- Â¬ matic rather than by a stop cock which has to be oponed by a sorvant who may bo neglectful Attempts have been made to filter the air before entering the furnace but they usually fall A screen of gal Â¬ vanized iron wira of one sixteenth mesh will exclude most floating ma- Â¬ terial from tho air The air supply is sometimes taken from the attic but it is apt to be dusty and impure Others take it from vestibules of halls or piaz Â¬ Charles zas which aro not bad places Wingate in Philadelphia Press Â¬ Put It in Writing Verbal contracts occasion more trouble dispute and litigation than any The wiso other business transactions merchant taught by experience will endeavor to havo a writing executed by tho party to be charged in every case of importance arising in his bus ness This is especially necessary of guarantees A man enters your offico whom you know to be perfectly re- Â¬ Ho Veils you to sell Brown sponsible a thousand dollars worth of goods Brown is all right he will answer for that eta Make him sign a memoran- Â¬ dum A customer gives you a large order for future and installment deliveries Make him sign it in writing You engage a salesman for a year or for a month or for a trial trip Have it all put down in writing and signed You save taking your chances before a jury who nine times out of ten prove uncertain and too sympathetic with that party whom they consider is tho under dog It is only a little troublo at the time but it usually Baves a heap of trouble in tho future Trade Mark Record Her Majestys Empire Â¬ Â¬ fence-corne- rs The Liverpool Mertucy sketches the wonderful growth of tho British Em Â¬ pire Within a few years Fiji has be-Â¬ come British and so have enormous provinces on the northwestern frontier of India and the whole kingdom of Upper Burmah The foundations havo been laid of a great colony in Borneo which will ono day probably absorb tho whole island Half the enormous island of New Guinea almost a conti- Â¬ nent in extent has become do jure if not de facto the territory of the Queen Great tracts of land including the wholo of Zululand have been acquired in South Africa Advance has been mado on the Congo Egypt is in En Â¬ glish control Berber and Khartoum seem likely to become British Cyprus will hardly return to Turkey and in South America British possessions havo been extended To wrlto the name of tho giver or Intended recipient of a bouquet upon one ol its rose or lily leaves with aa electric needle is the latest device of Mime florists The current bleaches ous the color wherever tho needle touches Bacon to Mrs Parvenu Did The llrotrn and the Illaclc and Their Kninitr to One Another tho avalanches n Switzer- Â¬ Tho black and brown rats are par Â¬ land Mrs Parvenil Oh Jde but ticularly deserving of notice and aro I never mix with such low society tho niosi widely distributed over tha Time known where or how Merchant What do you mean by world It is not were introduced into Europe first using such language Are you tho they but it must have been in recent tmles boss here or am I tho boss Clork as tho ancients did not know them I know Iui riot the boss Morchant Then if Voii are not the bdss why They both appear to bo natives of the central part of Asia The brown rat do you talk liko a blamed fool found it- way to Europe In the begin- Â¬ Sifting i ning of the ciguiedttta eeutury and Up Rlver Politician Are you reached Britain and the western COungoin to tho caucus to night Jim middle of of Europe Jim Dont blievo I will I loft my tries epoch Tho about the of Britain Jacobites revolver at tho gunsmiths to be fixed that with tho and ho says ho cant touch it until noxt had tho notion that they came house of Hanover as they appeared Epoch week about that time and therefore choso A Paris firm has produced porous to call them the Handverlari rat They glass for window panes to assist venti- Â¬ are sometimes erroneously called tho lation Porous plasters are said to be Norway rat good for bodily pains but whether por- Â¬ Tho brown rat is largor and more ous glass is good for window panos powerful than the black rat and thoy remains to be determined Sbrristown are deadly foes The brown rat has Herald succeeded in causing an almost total Wife Why John what mado disappearance of the black rat in you got such a little umbrella with so places whoro it was very numerous much handle Husband That han- Â¬ According to Mr Rode wells theory Yes but tho manner in which the brown rat dles solid silver Wife you cant put the hnndlo up when it has supplanted its black foe is by love rains Husband Well Id liko to instead of war Tho brsttn beins know If I didnt put it up for 5 during the stronger carry off tho females oi tho last wet spell Washington tho blacks by force and thus he ac- Â¬ Critic counts for the curious kind of parti- Â¬ Yes snid the fruit man at tho colored offspring which may bo found corner regretfully Im gettin old I in France Theso rats infest ships cant seo as well as I used to When I and so are carried to the most distant sell a pound of grnpes to a man thats parts of the world some of them get Â¬ in a urry I sometimes gits in a ripe ting ashore at every port and estab Â¬ bunch by mistake And the old man lishing new colonies bighed dismally Chicago Tribune The black rat is nearly seven inches Wife I was so amused to day long and tftc brown grows to tort John I was sitting in the Eden Musce1 inches with a tail eight inches long and was actually taken for one of the Both species are extremely prolific figures by an old lady It was too producing from ten to fourteen at a funny Husband Ha ha ha It birth When they are pressed by must have been Whoro were you sit- Â¬ hunger they do not hesitate to devour ting my dear in the Chamber of Hor the weaker of thoir kind rors X Y World The rats never failing appetite irf Magistrate absent mindedly to especially useful in devouring animal Prisoner Stand up You hereby and vegetable substancos the putre- Â¬ solemnly declare in tho presence of faction of which would otherwise bo theso witnesses that you will love productive of pestilence It is said cherish and protect this woman until that the visits of the plague to West Â¬ death do you part Prisoner badly ern Europe and Britain have ceased frightened Wha whats that yer from the time when rats became plenti- Â¬ Honor Magistrate rousing himself ful Oh I beg pardon its ten dollars or Thoir sense of smell is very acute thirty days so much so that ratcatchers aro care- Â¬ Life Angel Child to distant relative ful to glove their hands when setting who is dining with the family Say their traps The professional rat- Â¬ I got somethin for you Uncle Joslah catcher in England wears a brass Hero it is My image of a rat as a sign of his business Distant Relative good little man why do you suppose Tho ways and means of catching them I want that box of blacking Angel are a professional secret They pro-Â¬ Ma knows Child Mother No I cure them alive and soil them to rat dont my dear Angel Child Well pit keopors These pit keepers havo didnt you say Undo Joslah hadnt any a sort of hole where they let the rats polish America loose and dogs are set on them Crowds of boys and men pay to seo Miss Virginia Tone the heiress this cruel sport Mr Flicus I am utterly astonished Tho skin of rats is made into gloves not to say shocked at your proposal The Idea of my marrying you is the in Paris and in Siberia there is a field most dellclously absurd thing I have mouse that stores up such quantities heard Perhaps you are not awaro of dried root3 and other food to last that I belong to tho F F Vs Mr through the long winter of that coun- Â¬ Flicus The five foolish virgins I try that half starved people there hunt was aware Miss Virginia that you had their nests and carry off most of tho food for their own use passed the period of giddy girlhood A troop of trained rats wore ex- Â¬ but I had no idea that you dated so far back as that 2erra Haute Express hibited some time ago dressed liko They walked on Is tho editor-in-chiin asked men and women a stranger as ho sauntered into the their hind logs and went through a city reporters room at eight oclock in sort of play one act of which was to No sir replied the hang a cat and dance around the body the morning Cor San Francisco Chronicle janitor kindly ho doos not como down so early I there any thing I BILLS OF ATTAINDER can do for you Perhaps so Are you connected with the poetical de- Â¬ Why Their 1anace Was Forbidden by tho Constitution or Oar Country partment of the paper I am sir The word attainder is from tho O what do you do I empty tha French word teindor moaning to stain wite baskets sir According to the old English law when a person was condemned to death THE RULER OF JAPAN for treason or felony or had been out- Â¬ Reforms Knnrtrd by the Mutsulilto the lawed for any crime he was deprived HciRnliii Mikado Â¬ The young Mikado Mutsuhito the of all his civil rights and all his os Â¬ tites were forfeited to tho Govern123d Emperor of the nameless dynasty was the first of hi3 lino to take oath as ment This was called attainder and the person thus punished was said to a ruler Parliament might also On the 12th of April 1863 he mado bo attained oath before gods and men that a thus deprive an offender of rights and deliberative assembly should bo the act was called a bill of attainder formed all measures should bo de-Â¬ Not only did thoso convicted of high ana treason forfeit all thoir possessions cided by public opinion that intellect and learning should be both real and personal and all their sought for throughout the world in individual rights as citizons of tho order to establish the foundations of State but tho offense also worked corruption of blood that Ls tho the empire descendants of tho offender could not The oath was reaffirmed October 12 property his any of 1881 and the year 1800 is fixed as the inherit any civil right that had time for limiting the imperial prerogÂ¬ nor ative forming two houses of parlia- Â¬ Wen his The disabilities created ment and transforming the govern- Â¬ by the corruption of blood could only bo removed by act of Parliament The ment into a constitutional monarchy The Emperors capital was changed bill of attainder as passed by tho from Kioto to Yeddo which was re- Â¬ English Parliament was a legislative conviction with judgment of death named and called Tokio Feudalism or tho holding of fiefs by Sometimes evidcuco was heard on tho the daimio camo to an end in 1871 by case but not often for the object of Â¬ imperial edict and tho whole of great tho act was to secure conviction withwas again directly under tho out waiting for legal proof of guilt Japan The first recorded use of the bill of at- Â¬ Mikados rule The titles of kuzo and daimio were tainder by Parliament was in 1321 also abolished both being re named when Parliament wished to rid tho simply Kuasoku or country of the unpopular favorites Its last uso was in noble families The distinctions be Â¬ the Despensers 1697 when Sir John Fenwick was at- Â¬ tween the lower orders of people were scattered to the winds and oven the tainted and executed for participation in the assassination plot In the 370 despised outcasts were mado citizens years intervening the plan had been by law protected persons Tho degrees in rank among tho used very often to dispose of obnoxious to Parliament A milder Japanese are now as follows of tho First Tho Emperor and tho royal formadopted same method of procedure in the so called bills of was families by which a pun- Â¬ Second Tho Kuasoku the nobJo pains and penalties ishment less than death was inflicted families Govern Â¬ of our Tho founders Third Tho Shizoku tho gentry prohibited distinctly tho ment Fourth The Hcimin tho citizens in passage of any such laws for general Ida C Hodnett in St two reasons first becauso of tho Nicholas injustice of such legislative acts and secondly from the fear that tho power What Peculiar Sieans to inflict such punishment might in Applied to Hoods Sarsaparllla the the hands of a popular legislatureÂ¬ word Peculiar is of great importance lead during times of political exciteTho It raeaus hat Hoods Sarsaparilla is ment to gross abuse that no Federal bill of Constitution declared different from other preparatious in attainder shall bo passed either by Con Â¬ many vital points which make it a gress or by any State As however thoroughly honest and reliable medi the courts might claim tho power to cIdp It Is Peculiar In a strictly medi- convict of treason or to declare at- Â¬ cal sense first in the combination of tainders tho Constitution still further remedial agents used second in the protected personal liberty by provid Â¬ proportion In which they are prepared ing that Congress should have power third in the process by which the to declare the punishment of treason active curative properties of the rned but that no attainder of treason should ciue are secured Study these points wdrk corruption of blood or forfeiture They mean volumes They except during the lifo of the person at well make Hoods Harsaparilla Peculiar in tainded In some casos brought about its curative powers as It accomplishes by our civil war the United States Supreme Court has decided that by wonderful cures hitherto unknown meaning of the Constitution bills o Hoods Barsaparilla the aud which gives of pains and penalties are Included la a clear right to the title of The great- Â¬ the prohibition of bills of attainder est Blood Purifier ever discovered Chicago Inter Ocean ef Â¬ WW a The Clotliier AT McKEES OLD STAND Cor First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky Of GEHTS OHFTPTYfFf1 GOODS FURBISHING hkh Umbrellas Walking Canes U 4 A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men A variety of Gloves Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times aprlStf s n at ftT S WoULjlE D MAIIff P STREET JEWSLER ARMER er at B- - or rs 5- - t all awl yon or as te A JfeflrSX Ml to o fag ayeaa r the feetHi- lasea glfeH - y are eserip- te Jreeer-H-1- 7 fsT y QUEEN AITD CHESCE2TT 0UTE LINE TO 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Ohio D O KDWARDS JOHNCOAULT Aeilmj Ueserul Pwweiiaer Aoeat General Manager R CA HROLL R X RY AX Oeuontl FratfjM Agent General Uuperlntendnnt J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent 1- xtaS32 Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths 3CE1R3 RYANT Roiagk and Dressed Xiinnlsep Lime Cement FInr Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky mava U 30 34 W Bower Roberts of Owentou was the plan tiffin a 25000 suit for dama Â¬ ges sustained by being run over by the night train at Sparta The jury gave him 10600 aud on an appeal the Ap Â¬ pellate Court affirmed to the extent of 7000 Why are you always so blue said the au Â¬ Because Scribbler Harpers thor Im so seldom rod Bazar B H MYEBS Two old women recently fought in the streets of Guadalajara Mexico ovortho Iovo of a mam eighty years of ago 0tLOUlSVillE - STBATTON Business College KY S3 i ssMsasMMMMHiHMMBMBBHMBWBBBHIWBMi HLbbILbbbbbLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI inrmrii - JF 5f if swTI JfiTVJ -- - -- s iSWWV TTWr- - - - THE CLIMAX PUBLISHES EVERY WEDNESDAY FIFTIETH CONGEESS Â¬ ATTEXTIOX CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS it H M n r 4 At a meeting of confederate Soldiers Second EesftloK be marked by three notable events Waskxotos Jan ss SrSATt In the Sen held in Lexington ou the 21st inst it an extension of the suflrxge already BY THE ate among the memorials presented waaoae wan determined to organize n State accomplished beyond the provision from cCUtens cf New Mexico sglcBt the ad mittloa ot that Territory The credential of Confederate Veterans Association and and confidence of the older century Mr BHlIer for a new Senatorial term were pre Â¬ an address was issued to nil tite Conthe opening to women of the aucient tested h Mr Hampton read and placed on federate soldier of Kentucky A schools of learning not quite upon tie BttU authorizing the construction ot meeting for this organization has been FRENCH TIPTON Editors brldcet across the Missouri rlrer were passed T Hueuely bought Tuesday of W equal terms wltti men but upon cer- Â¬ Wm G WHITE J The armj nurse pension bill was passed al Â¬ ordered for the 21st day ot February S Varnsdall of Mercer county 22 bead tain conditions whose performance will lowing twenty fire dollars a month to all wo and will be held in the Opera House of shipping cattle weight 1350 lbs at wisely depend upon experience i anil PRICE PER YEAR men nurses who Mired six mouths during the 3 75 per cwt He also purchased 40 the appearance of Mr Bryces The war The diploma tic appropriation bill wai at Lexington at 12 M Every Confedconsidered until 3 p m when the Senate adÂ¬ erate soldier is earnestly requested to be hogs of Cha Robinson of Burgln American Commonwealth a compre Â¬ WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1SS9 journed present The ultimate purpose of the weight 250 lb at 450 per cwt Mr hensive and philosophical survey of Bocsc The call of State tor the Introduc Â¬ organization is to raise means to pro- Â¬ Robt L Salter returned from Atlanta tion and reference ot bills was dispensed with development of the coun- Â¬ Lt Governor Bryan6 father is and leave was granted to members to file their vide for the destitute widows and or- Â¬ on Wednesday where he had been the political try during the century and the last measures with the clerk On motion of Mr phans of Kentucky Confederate solddead mule ratling He sold two car loads like De Tocquevlliea Democracy in Long Mass the Senate bill was passed In Â¬ prices When he left there America as one of the great treatises at creasing the pension ot soldiers or sailors who iers Buffalo had a 3000000 fire on haTe lost both hands to tKX per month Aeon were over 1500 mules on the market which the progress of the American current resolution was pissed providing tor the SaturdHj LhsI night the Joint Committees of He considers the price about 5 per Republic is certain to evoke from the rounUngot tho Electoral ote on February 15 Danville most competent political students and The sundry civil was consid Â¬ the General Council ou Ways and heat better than lost season The public debt during January ered until S p nuappropriation bill adjourned when the House Means and Judiciary met at the May Â¬ Advocate observers George William Curtis in decreased 122162S6 Wasrisoton Jan H Sbsate Mr Cock ors office to hear Messrs Thornton The Harrodsburg Democrat says Harpers Magaziue for February reU frera the Committee on Military Affairs Allen and Mulligan attorneys for Col William Oassius Goodloo reported back with a substitute the House bin Mailer of Washington City present Mr Farmers of the McAfee neighborhood as to famishing cannon to Soldiers Homes and bis report the wheat crop as looking very wants a cabinet position of Ohio City of Toledo It was passed It authorizes the Secretary ot claim for payment of five bonds of Hie fine They say it seems to be entirely Lucus County 8 8 War to deliver to any of the National or State city of Lexington known as the Old unaffected by the fly Parties from serviceable cannon bronze Frank J Ciieney makes oath that Oat of thirty one Secretaries of Homes two obsolete firing or iron suitable for Railroad Bonds for salutes The diplo Â¬ Big State only six ever reached tne matic appropriation bill was taken up and con Â¬ eachSandy interest These bonds 51000 tite Rose Hill and Dlxville neighbor- Â¬ he is the senior memier of the firm of and were hoods say it is not so good in those lo- Â¬ F Cheney Co dolug business in Presidency sidered Gibson amendment to make the Issued In 1857 and bear six per cent in- Â¬ calities as at the came lime last year the City of Toledo County and State CUe of Ministers Plenipotentiary Ambassadors was discussion There lias been sold and weighed aforesaid and that said firm will pay Judge Riglitor has decided the Samoan agreed to Fendingappropriation on terest have been lost eight of and to amendment for an against the southern cotton seed preserve the autonomy of the Islands the SenÂ¬ neither bonds nor coupons have ever on the stock scales in Cornish ville the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL Â¬ been presented for payment until re- since tlie first of January 152617 lhs LARS for each and every case of ate at 445 p m adjourned oil monopolies They now aggregate about of hogs and 44637 pounds of cattle Catarrh that can not be cured by the House Mr Burrows presented a petition cently of against 23000 of which one half is certainly Hogs sold at 5 cents and catle at from use of Harvard University has 1140 of thirteen thousand citizens asUtah Catakkii Cure a State Re the admission of that Territory FRANK J CHENEY Btudents and a fund amounting ferred The House went into committee of the barred by limitation Mr Thornton two to three cents owing to quality gave the history of the bonds and on the sundry civil appropriation bill whole Sworn to befme me and subscribed to 546192360 On a point ot order raised by Mr Craln the claims that they are genuine and are a W H Wilson of Cynthiana sold in my presence tills 6th day of Decem- Â¬ clause was stricken out suspending the act ot shipped Friday night to H 8 Snow fell at Pensacola Florida 1SS5 appropriating llStflCO to enable the SecreÂ¬ just debt of the city It will be an un and ber S6 tary ot War to acquire a valid title lo the Fort pleasant burden 011 the city to pay this Russell of Massachusetts twelve brood last Tuesday for the second time Brown Military Reservation Mr Enloe offered A W GLEASON V debt and the joint committees of Couu mures in foal to Sultan nnd Simmons an amendment authorizing the secret service in twenty two jears Xolarary Public cil will thoroughly investigate the Four of them are Smugglers and one force ot the Treasury Department to be used in Noted among them is dealers In counterfeit claim before recommending payment by Revenue detecting preteadeu Catakbu Cure is taken in- Â¬ The post office department re- Â¬ money Agreed to Thi committee then rose ternally and acts directly on the blood is said that there are four more of Bonnie Lassie in foal to Bell Boy ceipts will increase fifty million and the bill was passed Mr Dunn from the It that issue of bonds outstanding that Kate by Stocking Chief dam of Budd and mucus surfaces of the system Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries dollars the current year reported a bOl to provide or the better protec may turn up some day when least ex- Doble In foal to Sultan Gurgle 220 Send for testimonials free fisheries ot In foal to Simmons Price 19000 CO F J CHENEY pected Lexington Press Oity Treasurer Shultz of Mays tion ot the far seal and saltfon Alaska Mr Rogers of the Chinn farm Fayette Toledo Ohio ville is 4000 short in his accounts Washiwgtow Jan 30 Stssatts The cre county sold a weanling Ally by Rnbt by Druggists 75 cents The Art Amateur dentials of Mr Plumb for a new Sen and has skipped the country atorial term were presented read and 34 37 For February givea two colored plates McGregor dam by Mambriuo Time placed on file Mr Mitchell ordered a lion John 31 Clayton who resolution which was agreed to caning upon a charming little moonlight landscape to W R Brassfleld for 600 Bourbon the Secretary of the Treasury tor a statement and the first of a series oi fern designs News was contesting Congressman C R MATRIMONIAL- the the sinking fund to the Breckinridges seat was killed in et the amounts inCentral Pacific Railroadcredit for china decoration The The Columbia Spectator says a peti- Â¬ ot Union and Com panies respectively on the 1st ot February designs include Easter decora- tion is being circulated asking Con- Â¬ Arkansas Tuesday night contributed 18S8 under the Thurman Act with the amount tions lillies and ecclesiastical designs gress to Increase Gen Frank Wnlfords Ou Tuesday morning February 6th of each Invested In bonds the market value ot John E Sullivan County Clerk such bonds and the amount which would have for florsel and banners a large lour pension to 50 We believe Gen Fry the dreary hills and valleys dressed gone to Can- Â¬ been In the sinking fund if no investment In page design for a screen panel the is getting 100 a month for deafness themselves in a covering of pure white at Indianapolis made The Senate ada leaving a shortage of 45000 bonds had been the diplomatic and resumed first of a series representing the sea Â¬ alleged to have been caused by tervices snow as if they were preparing them consideration ot and debts to the amount of 100 appropriation bills the question beingconsular sons designs for a plate orchids two in the war although he is physically selves iu appropriate robes to witness on the amendments affecting the Samoan Itlands 000 salad plates a fish plate and a Royal sound and able to attend to any kind the mHrnuge vows wldch united in HOUSE The OUahoma bill was taken op Worcester vase a striking double page of business On the other hand Gen holy wedlock Walter F Park a promi- Â¬ and after amendment Grover Cleveland will on the providingdebate an rights ot ex was agreed to wild rose design lor a carved and per- Â¬ Woiford who did much more for his nent young ngriculiurist of Irvine soldiers under that the 5th day of March become a mem Â¬ existing homestead laws be extended to the forated panel and u pleasing tapestry country gets a small sum notwith- Â¬ Ky nnd Katie H Simpson one of Pending the ber of the law firm of Bangs Stet- Â¬ new lands covered by at S pbill adjourned fur decoration after Boucher The Foun- Â¬ standing lie va terribly wounded ami Madisons most attractive young ladies McVeigh in New ther action the House SL m son Tracy The frontispiece is a still suffers from its cflects No won Â¬ They were married at the home of I he Washington Jan Seiate The cre tain of Love York City dentials of Mr Hlgglns as Senator from Dela specially flue Head of Creole The der is it that President Cleveland rec- Â¬ brides father at 830 a in and started ware from March 4 next were presented and practical articles relate to still life ommended a more just end uniform immediately lor Irvine where they filed The House amendments to the bill to Crown Prince Rudolph Francis increase the pensions ot those who have lost floner water color and and tapestry syttem of pensions Stanford Journal will receive a warm reception Gkarles Joseph son of Emperor both hands were concurred in Several resolu painting Easter decoration and itome To the farmers of the State I Frawets Joseph of Austria was tions were offered and referred Five thousand adornment A second useful letter is espies ot the Senate tariff bill were ordered have for free distribution a limited DIED- foiHd dead in his bed Wednes printed The diplomatic appropriation bill given addressed to a young lady who quantity of Hiveet Oronoko tobacco was considered and the Samoan amendment asks if she can learn china painting day morning Edmund Shackelford Embry son of seed which makes n splendid filler adopted The amendment to raise the rank ot Amateur photography for beginners Emlirv at hnr Iinmt t de 1h joint session of the Minne- Â¬ American Ministers to Ambassadors wasthen especially receives great attention cures up bright should be well cuitl Mrs S - J feated by one majority The bill was vated well handled and air cured and Silver Creek Madison county Ky on Wednesday psssed After an executive session the Senate Articles of particular interest are the sota Legislature grown only in such quantities that Sunday February 3rd 1889 aged 21 ovemm Gen W P Washburn at 613 p el adjourned Mr thorough Hints from Japanese Homes The burial occurred in Rich On motion ot Mr Hatch Mo Satattention can be given toil years House was elected U S Senator to suc- Â¬ urday 23d ot February was set apart for the Kunz6 talk about jade the review of I also have a quantity of limited pure mond cemetery oil Monday He was ceed Hon D M Sabin consideration ot appropriate resolutions in the Architectural Leages Exhibition BluePryor seed aud as long as my deputy County Clerk until a year or so henerot the memory of the late J N Burnes Gretas Boston letter and of course store ot Missouri After the passage ot unimportant holds out I will send enough for ago Â¬ Moore the Indianapolis defaultMy Note Book Price 35 cents Senate bffis the Oklahoma bill was taken up Mrs Cynthia AMoore Shepherd was er who was bravely remaining The vote on the soldier amendment was recon Montague Marks Publisher 23 Uniou n bed to farmers only who may write for it The Oronoko seed was raised born November lOlli 1815 married to al home in the face of half million sidered and the vital part ot the amendment Square N Y stricken and warranted by R L Ragland of Andrew Shepherd May 14th 1537 dollar deficit paid all his small bill was out The minority substitute tor the rejected and a motion to reconsider Halifax county Virginia joined the Christian Church about the debts and skipped for Canada carried Pending a motion to lay this motion Salt Rbenra on the table the House at 443 p m ad Charles G Wilson same time and died full of faith Jan- Â¬ journed With its intense itching dry hot rkin Frankfort K uary 16th 18S9 Tills is a brief history There is a marked similarity in Washisotov Feb L formation between the heads of tial veto of a pension billSesatz A Presiden often broken into painful cracks and Some estimate of the proportions to of oue of Gods noblest creations a was read and laid on Governor David Bennett Hill of the table Conferees were appointed on the bill the little watery pimples often causes which Phil Armour has grown can be true hearted pure hearted wotnau un Hoods Sarsa New York and Governor James for the admission ot South Dakota A few wasÂ¬ indescribable suffering power from these figures Last year Her character is told when it was truly important bills were passed A rcsoluUon over tills made PHrilla Bennett McCreary of Kentucky agreed to Instructing the Committee on For disease has wonderful his cash transactions in the beef and said Good law abiding citizeus loved It purifies the blood and ex eign Relations to inquire into the condition ot and admired Iter evil doers dreaded pels all humor and the skin heals pork business amounted to 55000000 her presence affairs in Samoa A bill was reported appro Her devotion toiler The Samoan trouble between priating 115003 tor an oil portrait ot Abraham without a scar Send for book con- Â¬ and lm slaughtered 5G1199 head of and Germany Lincoln The numerous claims ot naval officers taining many statements to C I cattle 1140000 hogs and 164539 sheep children was wonderful No triul for the United States arrears were discussed for longevity pay besides disabling and depressing the their sake was too severe This was has been settled by the withdraw- Â¬ In secret session and Brltiih extradition treaty Hood the Co Apothecaries Lowell Â¬ grain market Henry the Eigiith did proved by watchful care and tender al of that part of the proclama was rejected At S p m the Senate adjourned Mass not exercise as great authority over the loving attention bestowed by them on tion referring to foreigners on the until Monday HOWE Mr Hatch Missouri submitted the her through nil her life and especially island FARMERS- - property of bis subjects as Mr Ar- Â¬ In her last sickness Her love of Iter conference report of the bill to create tho De Â¬ CONCERNING mour does over that of American men partment of Agriculture and lt was agreed to was sincere Site and iter two material difference Capt Mack Pitman an officer The onlywas upon the Senate between thestrik Â¬ Ben Gaines of Lincoln Bold to J women and children who eat bread church epoKe of God confidence In her Houses amendment her aud meat Hiscaso presents a condi often who lost on arm in the battle of ing out the clause transferring the Woather D Curry Rue twenty yearling mules dition and no man kuows how the blessed Lord and his saying power the Revas in the Nicaraguan expedi- Â¬ Bureau tofinally new department The House at 05 conferees receded from the opposition to promblem embraced in that condition she practiced that confidence iu her tion was four years with Stone- the Senate amendment and the clause is not Jesse Fox bought of M P Bailee four is going to be solved Louisville daily life When the dark Jordan had wall Jackson and married a retained The diplomatic and consular appro lo be crossed she did not falter and broke mules at 130 per head Dan- Times bill amendments were granddaughter of Patrick Henry priation to thewith Senate on Foreign Affairs shake but supported by His Committee referred ville Advocate The Salt Lake Herald the 8aints is in a Louisville hospital from a A brief skirmish between the friends of the pri arm she boldly crossed and stands cf the Okla fracture of the stub of his long lost vate calendar and the aadherentstor the latter J 8 Robinson of Mercer county organ says Clara Deckera Young to day among the reserved before His homa bill resulted in victory was born in Freedom Catarangas great white throne arm Mrs Shepherd and that measure was taken up for consideraÂ¬ sold to Col Ridley of Tennessee 41 county N Y July 22 1828 died 6pentall her life in Estill county and tion and passed A recess was taken from 4 to mule colts at 80 730 p bl the night session being tor private Saturday In 1843 she married Pres Â¬ was the oldest citizen of Irvine at the A BIG LAND SALE pension bills Mrs D Gay sold Monday 15 cat- Â¬ ident Brigham Young at Npuvoo time of tier death She kuew every- Â¬ Washwgtow SriSATE Feb Not In tle weight about 1450 lba at S340 and was with hitn during ail the trials body and everybody kuew Aunt Mr John V Robinson of Win- Â¬ session he endured in leading his people across Cynthia of Mr House On chester has purchased the John House insisted motionamendment Springer the Winchester Democrat The esteem iu which she on its the plains and establishing them in was held was evidenced by this that Bean farm one and a half miles bill for the admission ot South to the Senate Dakota and W P Givens sold to John Tewmey from that place on the ML Ster- Â¬ Messrs Springer Barnes and Baker of New 45 bead nice yearling cotton mules fur Utah She was driven wltii the Saints when Iter funeral knell was rung every into the wilderness and was one of the place of business closed aud all white York were appointed as conferees Mr Hatch ling pike embraces 405 acres 4090 Georgetown Times Mo from the Committee on Agriculture re three women who entered Salt and black rich and poor flocked to for 205 of which he paid 100 per ported the agricultural appropriation bill and Judge R L Wiimore of Jessamine Lake Valley on the 24th of July 1847 pay her the last sad tribute X 200 including the it was placed upon the calendar The House acre the other went into committee of the whole Mr Mo with the first residence bringing 110 per acre Crary Ky in the chair on the naval appro county has gone to Fort Worth Tex Of these brave company of pioneers women she was the Louisville Tobacco Market An The sum total is 42500 a good priation bill 100000amendment was adopted ap with a car load of Holslein Freiaian longest to survive She has had live By Hover for Durrelt Louisville Tobacco big beginning for a young man propriating at Pago the establishment of cattle Pago Samoa The but coaling station Ware IIoube children two sons and three daughyot in the University of Virginia was then reported to the House and passed Hinder Wilkes tecord ters 7 her sons are both dead Sales on our market for the past her week just closed amount to 2837 hhds The pott office appropriation blU was reported by Bed Wilkes dam Lady Al daughters all survive and placed on the calendar The Senate bilj 2201 her witii receipts for the same period 1773 COXTBIBCTED was passed for the relief ot the occupants oi muut has beeu sold for 10500 lo F market siuce JanJ lie Keefer Milling Company of hbds 1stdales on our 11739 hlids SalesÂ¬ the tows of Flagstaff Arzona Territory Ad C Fowler Modes Uouu by J H WHITE CAPS IX NEW ENGLAND uary amount to Joumed Covington assigned last week Assets Blackford Keeue Ky 1888 Climax Pointing Co mule kicked it and spread the flames destroying the bdrn and contents The loss included 4S fat mules and 3 horses 1200 bushels of corn nnd much valuable machinery The loss wag 10000 nearly covered by insurance The mules were to have been shipped South next day lantern wbeua 18S9 k rr -- e C Z V TtST unS HuYTV f E m r The centeunry of the constitution wil J 150 Â¬ The Largest and M ost Complete Line of Clothing1 Ever hown in Richmond our line at LOWER BOUGHT Â¬ fir We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in PRICES AN Satate VIJU THEM AT BEFORE Â¬ 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¬ Halls All the latest Styles in Buits5 Ovreoats cc in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout seal Halls A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HATS CAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLORS AND SHADES c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jfjSod A Complete Line of Furnis hmg Goods I black-and-whi- Â¬ Â¬ hJt Â¬ is complete embracing all of the Â¬ Taiioring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first Latest Things to be Found in a First CSass class fit workmanship Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ illi 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 mM see for vourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as Â¬ 01 MS AI MARKED we are AT PRICES TO BEAR IS OUT II MAT 1 HAYE SAID Â¬ With thanks for past patronage and hoping tor the continuance m same Very Respectfully Â¬ COVINGTON MITCHELL BEuSLjrrcr Â¬ 2X3 WiilST STR1E3S T Â¬ lt 1 WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COUNTER A T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OPENING OF On a Far More Extensive Scale I Inlending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to all of our customers and friends who may take advantage and we offer It OVEBOOATS AND GOODS FROM 011 ETERY DEPARTMENT in our stock the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rates Â¬ Â¬ Silks Woolen Dress Goods Calicoes Â¬ five-year-o- ld Cottons Hosiery Underwear The people North of the Ohio river have long held the opinion that Kuklux and similar disorder-Â¬ ly and murderous people belong exclusively to the South But the imection is spreading and the who are only White Caps Northern Kuklux have expanded beyond the bounds of Indiana and Ohio their native soil and have slopped over into Pennsylvania It is now time for Foraker and Don Cameron to shoulder their gHns in defense of the country Jobu T Hughes has sold lo Randall Welser of New Mexico a pair of coach ILetter from lion C M Clay White Hall Ky Jan si 1SS9 horses for 5000 the highest figure My Dear Friend In disposing of ever paid fur a pair of carriage horses the many presents gien me for my life to a Kentucky breeder work I cannot forget j our noble father William H Caperton who was so dis- Â¬ A GIFT TO BE TREASURED Eggs are selling at 10 cents at Flem tinguished as a profound lawyer and lugeburg 15 cents at Paris and 20 cents here W j who stood unsurpassed in his day of eminent men as a popular orator He was my friend from the time I first en- Â¬ tered political life till his death He was a man of too much genius and patriotism not to see and follow the banner of Jus- Â¬ tice which led up to a higher religious Climax Jan 23 1889 And this self same order is and political liberty To you then his increasing in numbers and widen- Â¬ son who hae inherited his friendships ing in its dominion to such an ex- Â¬ and his principles I give the revolving tent that even staid old New pistol pretented to me through the Sec Â¬ England is stirred unto the hub retary of War Hon Simon Cameron for Recently the paper with the next my defense of Washington in 1S61 by largest circulation in the country the immortal Lincoln esteem and grati Â¬ With sentiments of opened up with a half column tude CASSIUS M CLAY flourishing head lines publishing Col J W Capkrton-wide the operations of the White Richmond Ky Caps right here in Massachu- Â¬ P Givens sold Monday to 45 bead nice John Tewmey yearling Ad- Â¬ cotton mules for 4070 vocate Danville Terhune sold to Joe Phillips of Lebanon 20 mare mule colts at 105 per bead This is said to be the best lot of weanling mules iu Kentucky as the price Indicates Danville Advo- Â¬ cate C D Felaud of Liucoln sold here Wednesday to Johu Woods 25 shoats at 4 cents per pound W F Pitlmau of the West Eud sold his farm of 90 acres to Mr Kimberiiu of Marlon at M 155 per cre E Danville Advocate Anderson has leased his 40000 liabilities 80000 This firm bought grain to the amount of 3500 only a few days ago from N W Fra zier Co of Harrison county but by a lucky act of making collection the gentlemen succeeded In editing their money the day before the assignment Several parties about Maysilck and Helena were caught for about 12000 bushels The failure will bring out aii interesting fight in the courts between the First National Bank aud the assignee The assignee claims that the deed of trust was filed several hours ahead of the suit of the bank The claim of the bank is 63000 but the assignee says that it is his be- Â¬ lief that they still have uupaid drafts iu their possession on which they ad- Â¬ vanced money to Keeler which will amount to fully 9000 making the total due the First National Bank 72000 The Enquirer says the total liabilities out side of the banks claim will be about 18000 to date amount to of the crop of 13311 hhds Our market has been without any new features in the past week The offerings of New Burley have been composed mainly of common grndes which have shown some irregularity but no positive decline has occured The medieum and good grades of New Burley have beeu in good demand and have shown no tendency to weakness The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark and dumaced tobacco 200 to 350 Colory Trash 400 to 600 Common Lugs not colory 350 to Winter Clothin g Hats Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Veiling KID GLOYES ETC ETC PURfilSHIirG GOODS LARGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO 00 500 S18 00 Colory Lugs 0 00 to 800 Common Leaf 550 to 750 Medium to good leaf 8b0 to 1300 13 00 to Select or wrappery leaf Large Line op Wraps OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABUS compound IB ply of Col J W Capertou Glengary farm the Alex Brand farm setts the recognized center of Richmond Ky Jan 23 1SS9 of 500 acresto Louis Cook of Edgebill of the world Truly tis spread- Â¬ Hon Cassius M Clay Block Farm iu fccott county the owning My Dear Friend Your note of the Mr J C Â¬ tie ups at the court of Judge Lynch Boston Globe Feb 1st Culchad Bawston reads with great greed the account of the big tie up of the street cars in New York but think nothing of a score or so heads being cracked by the billies ot the policemen or a few brave men willing to lace the mob being seriously injured Bight here around Boston it is an every day occurrence for union men to mob hard working men simply because the scabs choose lo work at living wages for the support of their families But such actions are perfectly right They are home affairs and only protection after all Wo retum the humble opinion that there are ten mobs in the North to one in V the South Boston Feb 1st SO N and for the highly er of General Wilkes who will use it 3 1st inst received cold day in tho South complimentary allusions to my lamented as a stock farm The lease is for five when thore are not two or three father and the rare valued and historical years at 6C0 per acre Lexington It is a gift to me his son of the weapon pre- Â¬ sented to 30U through the Secretary of War Hon Simon Cameron for the deÂ¬ fense of Washington in 1861 by the martyred President Lincoln my sincere thanks are tendered 1 prize the gift highly on account of its past glorious associations I know the high esteem in which you were held by ray father based upon close social solid friendthip but in addition for your very high order of talent unsurpassed courage grand patri- Â¬ otism and splendid services rendered your country civil and military in the hour of its perils and to the cause of universal liberty To the Republican party your services hare been and are splendid and valuable and I can and do say that my friendship for you is true genuine and cordial Most truly your frund JAS W CAPERTON Observer Peter S Anderson of North Middle town bought of Evans and Anderson of Wades Mill about 18000 pounds of Hon Cassius M Clay White Hall Ky tobacco at 8 cents all around to be delivered iu keepiug order May 1st Mr Anderson says this is the finest crop he has examined this season Norwegians live frugally but not- Â¬ He has inspected at least 500000 withstanding this their farms are gen- Â¬ pounds erally mortgaged They can not com Â¬ pete with the great corn producing Mr The Pineville Messenger says countries especially since America has Pal Walker of the headwaters of begun to supply the markets of the Stinking Creek iu Knox county has world with its enormous production of a herd of thirty deer 011 his lauds corn and pork Many are now trying which have become tame He feeds to confine themselves to sheep and them Just as he does his other stock cattle only but the change involves they seem to enjoy the attention and much expeuse aud the character of that is given them When he wants does not dispose tbem to goes out to the herd aud the people venison he easily relinquish the labor of tilling kills one Justus he would a sheep the soil it is the noblest BJnrnsijerne T G Crozier of Nelson county Bjornsou in IJarhera Magazine for went iuto bis barn at night with a February As the greater part of the corn aud pasture land is situated on tliehill and mountain sides Its cultivation is neces sarily arduous and expensive aud for every Ave years the farmers generally count upon one bad year sometimes two Either two much rain spoils the crops or early frost nights destroy the the corn and potatoes But the people do not lose heart they try again When they have forests or fishery they make good their losses from these sources or tbey carry on more exten- Â¬ sive sheep aud cattle farming by means of their great mountain pastures than the farm otherwise could support The EmwnyLsw Suits to Order From Samples Piislie I33 CS 5 Sew Markets Jackets FIT Jfflii iiiiniiiitq AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS 3ES E3 jSu We will make you a suit to order from 815 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as Tre are the leaders and wont be undersold at 3 7 jSl ES X 33 2 WE ALSO HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK OF not be overestimated for without pore blood yon cannot enjoy good health At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to parity vitalize and enrich the blood and wa ask you to try Hoods Itstrengthens Donnlloi- - Sarsaparilla up the system ana builds creates an appetite and tones the digestion while it eradicates disease The pecnllar proportion and preparation combination of the vegetable remedies used give to Hoods Sarsaparilla pecni-- p 14 Qplf UOCll lar curative powers No othermedlcinehassuch a record ot wonderful cures If you hare made up your mind to buy Hoods Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other Instead It Is a Peculiar Medicine and Is worthy your confidence Hoods SarsaparOia is sold by all druggists Prepared by G J Hood Co Lowell Mast The Importance of purifying the Wood can- Â¬ rcCUIiai STOUFFERS THE OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN RICHMOND YOU WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN WALL PAPER B n FIRST ST may2 tf Daily apll8 tf Kew Goods Put on the Counter Respectfully TfDHOPAll 11 IXUMOIU IOQ 29 28 Pqsss Ono Dollar Ky Cor Main and Second Sis Richmond jfeiJii-kjMif- e- anSii aScsAs iJtfsWB THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1SS9 February 22nd 2o exceedingly handsome invita tions for their exercises of Friday evening Storehouse to rent See ad reoruary 22nd The Chairman Is Mr We want a goat See court Â¬ McFerran Ctow The speakers for the Mule sold well Monday Epiphyllidan are J H Vanlear C H We want a first class public bath room esy report Dobbs and B F Bedinger For the We want cheaper coal We want direct telegraphic communi- Â¬ John G Taylor sold twenty one plows Philalethean T W Tyler A P Gregory and J R Cooke The invitation commit- Â¬ cation cort day tee is composed of E C A Boggs We want a new depot building JJ A gentleman in Dakota writes to ask if Schafhausen WJ Hardin W O Shew We want you to read the advertise Â¬ Waco is a reality or a myth maker R E Douglas and M V South ments in The Climax itll do you m m a good All the stock is taken in the Fair com- Â¬ Pavements in Kirksville We want you not to patronize these and the Fair is now assured pany The ladies of Kirksville have determin- Â¬ unknown traveling fellows who are going Fvc hundred hogs have died of cholera ed to have sidewalks which have been over the country selling groceries Better needed for a long time on the streets of patronize your home grocers t W iiite s distiller in Bourbon county that flourishing town They are going to We want you to keep your eye picked Have vou seen Watts cyclone fence have a supper next Saturday night for We want vou to not send your photo Â¬ li 4 horse high bull strong and pig tight the purpose of raising money to carry out graph off to Chicago or New York to this enterprise It is to be hoped that the fellows who agree to send you a life size A Georgetown man writes for copies Climax containing information community will endorse their action and portrait free youll never get the portrait cf The neip in tne good work When the Kirks- Â¬ without paying more for the frame than aim Waco ville ladies undertake anv thine it is the the picture is worth Dr A Wilkes Smith has employed same as accomplished Every gentleman We want to know who struck Billy T B Ayres as book keeper and col Â¬ who tails to aid the undertaking should Patterson walk in the mud and not on the pavement lector See notice We we want the general public to quit i asking us where Parrish is Will Organize To nigbt Clcge Hill is organizing a mining We want Richmond to have 10000 roTTipanv and will pipe natural gas into We have received an anonvmous postal people Then you can have the daily V s and Richmond card without date or place which reads as Climax follows There will be a meeting at the We want a boy to learn the printing Hon beautifully the gas looked on Lan Town Hall Wednesday nicht February cacr Avenue Saturday night Oh City 6th 18S9 for the purpose of organizing a business We want the town clock illuminated at Pa did you observe h Commercial Club You are earnestly re- Â¬ night m Dan Rowland a brakeman on the quested to be present We want more town lots put on the boutliern was kitted by the cars We dont know where tlie Town Hall is market a Icxington Tuesday night of last week and the sender of the card will please en- Â¬ We want somebody to run or the Leg Â¬ lighten us islature T ie thermometer registered 23 last That Richmond needs a Commercial We want stock in Willis Hisles sand c emng and the cloudy weather and Club cannot be doubted and that it will company sight snow say the ground hog is correct have one in the near future is well settled We want the Southern mule market to The Climax is in receipt of a letter get stronger He Saw His Shadow from one of the large cities asking what We want to know what went with True to his time honored custom that Cchances are for a good big slice of venerable and widely known weather Mrs Bullnettle and Miss territory about Waco prophet the groundhog made his appear Â¬ any how We want ou to know that the 22nd The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette ance at high noon on last Saturday FebAs the day was bright and at Central University will be a dandy write- for back numbers of The Climax ruary 2nd jescribing the possessions of the Waco shiny the old fellow saw his shadow and according to the elegant invitations just in accordance with a natural and inborn issued Mining and Manufacturing Company We want a fear inherited from remote ancestors be Â¬ Mr W H Sale agent for the Ken Â¬ came greatly frightened To be continued in our next at the opaque im Â¬ tucky Mutual Life Insurance company age cast by his body and returned pell has paid to the heirs of Mrs Arthusa melt into his subterranean abode PERSONAL In Rjcker deceased of Waco her policy of commoner and more sensible language he Miss Lizzie Bennett has returned from 5 O0O got scared at his shadow and ran back in- Â¬ Missouri The tobacco growers met at Lexington to his hole So therefore now according Col D W Tribble was in Louisville Monday resolved to plant only half a to Hoyle and other eminent authors there last week rrop endorsed the Louisville warehouse Â¬ will be forty days of cold weather in men and agreed to ask Congress to take Miss Heacox of Lexington is visiting Januarys Weather the tax off tobacco the Misses Feland That the weather in this locality for Dr M C Heath has returned from a Mr W A Powell has removed with January was noticeably umnual in mild- Â¬ his mother from Union City to Richmond ness has been remarked by nearly every Â¬ visit to his old home in the South anJ occupies a residence on Aspen Ave body Prof Orville A Kennedy the Mr G B Dozier of Shelby 111 paid nue Mr Powell has an eye on the meteorologist of Central University and The Climax a visit on Monday who has charge of the signal service Richmond post office Mr A D Ruff has returned from a station in this place informs us that the Shackelford Gentry sold on Saturday lowest temperature recorded during the trip through the Northern part of State t ir largest lot of hardware ever told in month was 15 degrees above zero on the Mr and Mrs Robt Caldwell of Mis Rchmond to a railroad company It night of the 20th The higltest tempera souri formerly of this county are visiting goes to Miller Creek and Beattvville for ture was 58 degrees on the 15th at 1 rel Uives and friends here BRR the R oclock p m The total rainfall for the Mr W G Watts of Gallatin Tenne Mr R J QuiKenberry late of this coun- Â¬ month was 367 inches Prof Kennedy see formerly of this county is among his does not indicate in his report to The ty hss removed to the Lipscomb place old friends for a short stay four miles this side of Lexington on the Climax the depth of snow but we should Miss Florence Barlow who has been Richmond turnpike He has a number of think there was not more than enough to track a rabbit There was little hard visiting Mrs I Shelby Irvine for seveial fivers and will be heard from the coming weeks returned Monday to Lexington wind office Â¬ m mm Cin-c-nMur-rye-y- er Â¬ The Literary Societies of Central Uni versity hac received from The Climax Â¬ We want an early spring and a pros- Â¬ perous crop year We wint the Ureitjlli concert to be re Â¬ peated We want a few more candidates to announce themselves lor county offices XI season Children should be careful about the fire A little daughter of Mr A R Bur nam came near being seriously burned by going too near the grate last week and a child of Mr John Ballard was painfully burned the week before Irvine ha sold to Capt James T ShackeHbrd the filly Wilkesana three jears old by Bud Crooke 318 by George Wilkes by Waxy by Berthune 2nd dam by Grav Eagle 3rd dam by Cherokee 4th dam by Rode Whip M Col W Achilles Daniel was tried before Judge Chenault yesterday for the shooting of it Bear Wallow a month ago an account of which appeared in The Climax at the time and was hekl in the sum of 500 Holland died of his wounds Holland A large meeting of tobacco growers and shippers met at Winchester court Gen John S Williams presided Sam Stone of Madison Secretary A com mittee from Bourbon Bath Clark Montgomery etc pro Â¬ Jessamine posed that measures be adopted to reconcile differences between warehouse men of Louisville and the manufacturers Â¬ Students Evening of Song Four hundred invitations were sent out last week by Madame Brcdelli and Saturday evening a full house greeted the accomplished teacher and her chorus class in the chapel of Central University The programme presented a rare musical treat The ladies were Misses Campbell Sharp McDowell Russell Kyle and Mrs SchlcgeL The gentlemen were Messrs Sweets Palmer Smith Spencer and Arnold brothers The soloists were Miss Campbell Miss Sharp Mr Sweets and Mr Palmer Miss Campbell received unbounded applause and Miss Sharp was scarcely less complimented Both ladies were in full evening dress The two gentlemen were loudly applauded Really the entire class won golden plaudits A noticeable improvement was voice of the apparent in Miss Campbell which has often hereto- Â¬ fore been pronounced nearly perfect Fourteen pieces were rendered Madame Bredclli presiding at the piano Candidates to Meet The Lexington Improvement Company asked to announce that has sold to the Kentucky Union Railroad the candidates for various county offices are requested to meet at the court house the Anderson property in Lexington for at 2 oclock on Saturday February 1 6th 140000 to arrange for a primary Do you hear By a vote of 510 to 8 Mt Sterling lias decided ro gie 35000 in money and land Conrt Day to secure the location of the Newport News Z E Buslt auctioneer reports 100 cat- Â¬ and Mississippi Valley Car and Ma Â¬ tle on the market 50 of which sold at 35 chine shops Committees were appointed cents 35 broke mules changed hands at to confer with Mr Huntington and to JSj to 175 several nice horses sold at secure option on land suitable for the pro- Â¬ plug horses went at 25 posed works Our neighbors are evident- Â¬ 135 to 170 to 50 A large crowd in town and ly in earnest in the matter plenty of money After February 10th all the East Â¬ m ern freight from Cincinnati will go up Mr Clay Elected President and down the new Huntington road from The Waco Mining and Manufacturing Ashland to Cincinnati via Maysville Company held a meeting on Monday and This of course will make no great differ- Â¬ Mr Brutus J Clay was elected President ence if any with Lexington The pas Â¬ to succeed Dr Smith of Cincinnati senger train will run as usual As for Messrs J Stone Walker C D Chenault the freight it never did come this way and T S Moberly were elected directors lut went over the KC from Winchester This looks more than ever like business The Climax k in Lexington Press Steam Laundry Mr C E Tipton proprietor of the Lexington Steam Laundry was in Rich- Â¬ mond on Saturday and secured the ser Â¬ vices of Mr W B Bright as agent The basket will be expressed every Tues Â¬ Mr Bright day and returned Thursday promises first class work and asks his friends to give him a trial shipment A Potato Country From what Mr W G Watts of Gallatin Tennessee formerly of this county tells us his community must be a minia Â¬ He ture Ireland as regards potatoes says that two crops a year are raised and the yield is abundant being usually as heavy the second crop as the first He says a man rented a tract of land at 10 per acre and raised last year seventy barrels of potatoes per acrewhich he sold at t per barrel Mr Watts estimates that there are now buried in the vicinity of Gallatin at least twenty five thousand bushels of potatoes They find market at Nashville Memphis LouisvhHe Cincin Â¬ nati and other cities Nothing Unwanted- - Sew Opera House Mr A R Burnam proposes to do a large part in the erection of an opera house in Richmond He agrees to build the first story of a business house on his lot next to the new hotel 40 feet wide running back a requisite distance and al Â¬ lowing an opera house to go on top of the business bouse he taking stock in the opera house company to the value ot the tight thus given We think the proposi Â¬ tion a fair and practicable one and that it will find ready takers An opera house theatre or public haM is sadly needed in Richmond and would prove a remunera Â¬ tive investment The location is altogeth Â¬ er desirable and we hope the scheme may tal e root at once and grow with the swift new of Jacks beanstalk We want the earth and we are not ashamed to acknowledge it We want the Three Forks Railroad We want Kentucky River locked and dammed We want Waco to have 5000 people with glass factories porcelain works tile and pottery works c We want Speedwell to boom We want College Hill to boom We want Richmond to boom We want street cars We want natural gas We want electric lights We want a telephone We want a grain elevator We want the court house heated with a furnace or steam or electricity or all three We want the K C car shops We want an opera house We want a goat We want a Commercial Club We want the Revenue office to remain in Richmond We want water work We want a steam laundry We want a car wheel foundry We want the Fair to continue We want a regularly ordained race track is Par- We want to know Where rish We want a dairy We want gas on the streets We want everybody to subscribe for The Climax who has not done so We want Charley Searcy to be Mayor of Waco We want to know where Tascott is We want to know where Dick Tate is We want a chestnut We want a rat We want a goat We want the price of cattle to get bet ter - Â¬ Nathaniel complete sloetc that ha ever and but worse off than ever they have got no It is worth its weight in gold Is a Smiths KIduey Tonic for sale by V been sbon 11 in this city in foci Mty A large and well selected stock of stove to burn it in common expression But while the G White Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ tnree siory mining is peekml AMI rrwm FOR AS5BS60K iiats Caps c at reasonable prices at cellar to roof Ittit m or about Xarrtt 31 Mr Horace Wells and Bennie Parke value of gold is easily effected the mond Ky A J WILLOUUHBV is a eftiwrUnle for 1st 1 will 24- Covington Mitchells receive two ear ii AMMr of Maiilson county subject to the Paper and I have not kitMfc of Wlt left last Monday for the West The girls worth ot Avers Sarsnparllla as a blood 3- rnon to s4r action ot the Democratic party each charging Three Indictments purifier never depreciates It will Twenty seven horses perished in a are almost heartbroken over their depart- Â¬ W J HVKVKV a eaotHdate for Ase ww same m I propose to make mMM by eradicate scrofula from the system murder in theflrst degreewere returned 20000 livery stable fire at Annistou of Madison county Is suejeet to the action ot saeriMeisg my present Mek se ure rtne leraoeratic party when everything else fails It against It R Hawes by the graud jury Ala There is a crazy woman wandering Hives murdered at Birmingham K TfDOR U a 1 imiialate for Ammmw AT THE PRIGS Mitchell have the Inr MixttMin county suoject to the acttoM of around through this vicinity The Lexiugtou Transcript says his wile nud two children and U the Covington and a-very iwuMicraiie party eest and best liue of Overcoats at Physicians in this city think that mau whom the mob was after has already scared two beys nearly to Wall Paper jeood value at 15c now 71t JOELT EMBKYisaniHiidatlorAaeHr 21- low prices Call and see them A lu meningitis may be hereditary death A paof Miiu county Mibject to tbe actio ot 12t j je the Democratic party PIMPLES OX THE FACE tient has recently died with it whose There was a buzzard crossed this place Gilt 30e iac ai uwingsvine a coioreo yotiin aeci the with a bell on not long since e Me It was mother had it and while the mother Denote an impure state ofmany blood denlly killed a little colored girl aud FOR COCKTY SUPERINTENDENT -witli shot two t i u 4L i li Have heard that it hud it her father mother and three and are looked upon by quite a curiosity other children J B IIARHIb N a candidate for Coo My 1W 3te other children all died with it in one suspicion Acker Blood Elixir will came from Illinois StiperlntetMleiit of 1ubtlc bchooK subject to Imp If you wautagood suit of flrst elasS till UliAti nf ffliA Ikinmratl naptv week and this case is thought lo be remove all impurities and leave the gjtf Borders Ac at saerMeine There was a nice party at Mr Austin possibly hereditary complexion smooth aud clear There quality at very low price go to Coving prime prke and all oOht m4n at Whites Thursday night All hid a fine 24Mitchells is nothing that will so thoroughly tou Yours with many thank Miss Lela Willis daughter of Mr Dave time Another one at Mr John Reeds purify ami Hereditary build up Ihe constitution Willis of Kirksville has gone to CincinGEO M WILLGING Vast tracts of land on Red River Saturday night Christmas is just beginMy father died of Cancer and the strengthen the whole system Sold and Louisiana are submerged by to attend the conservatory of music nati INTKHIAK DfCOftATOM the break- Â¬ ning here same trouble developed near my right guaranteed by V G White Prescrip Â¬ ing 32 31 No 2i W Mam Sr of levees Mrs Colonel Holloway and daughter The excellent two story brick store There was preaching at the M E eye in 1883 it was at first a strawber- Â¬ tion Druggist have gone Miss Mamie of Vinchester m mm Kanus Specific will cure Rheuma houe ou Irvine Street next door to Church this place Sunday last by Rev ry color but changed o purple and to Florida for the remainder of the winJ It Tolleson and James M Rich tism or money refunded Price 75c at the Kist offiue For time and terms D P Ware pastor A very large crowd grew to the size of a patridge egg F M BItlNKLEY ards respectively President aud Cash Whites Drug Store faecond street apply to ter was in attendance Mr and Mrs John My right eye became much inflamed 24 ier of a flimsy Atlanta banking con uear Garnett House 5- Mrs J F Stone has returned from a Walden joined and the dreadful disease was rapidly cern have been sent to jail for irregu Â¬ visit to Bedford Trimble county and asks wasting my life way I used quite a The School Board of Louisville lias business proceedings BEREA and Collector her numerous customers to call and see number of remedies but without ben lar ordered that the study of German be Book her efit At this crisis I began takiug PEOPLE EVERYWHERE discontinued in the schools of that city Charles second son of Mr and Mrs Swifts Specific The Improvement Col ONeal of the Ewalt House Paris Confirm our statement wheu we say If you want a nice buggy phfeton Samuel Hanson is quite sick was apparent in a few days and I conformerly of the Garnett House was here that Ackers English Remedy is in carriage or barouche tinued tn use until the cancer was every way superior to any and all other rockaway Dr A WilKes respectfully in Desires to announce that Mi AHB Rev A A Myers and wife made their last week looking at the new hotel He coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t forms hiiiatroiis Smith has employed re- Â¬ entirely gone and my health fully opened new that he friends a flying call about a week ago says it is the finest thing in Kentucky preparatlous for tbe Throat and Lungs stored and I know that S S H alone Acting Governor Bryau has signed Mr T B Ayres as Book Keeper ami Whooping Cough and Croup It Is Collector Parties uwiuo nrooUHls Dr G V Holland has moved to Bour- did it because I left oft all other treat- Â¬ In Mrs M H Rogers of Dayton Ind magic and relieves at once We ofler the death warraut of Monroe Wilker I please call aud settle bon county to make it his future home is visiting her parents Dr and Mrs C ment It saved me from this heredi- Â¬ son of Allen county Hlchmiuil Ky Keb 1 89 It you a sample bottle free Remember C Smith at Elliston this county The Mr and Mrs Frank McCollum left for tary Cancer which went away over Â¬ Donelson will make you as good a this Remedy is sold on a positive guaris their home in Bracken baby which is now two weeks old county on Tues- Â¬ two years ago and left not a sign and antee by W G White Prescription buggy or carriage as can be bought AND named Mary Spencer day I owe my life under Providence to Druggist any where in America apr4 tf SSS Mrs Laura Deeoax Dr J W Walker of Drip Rock Mrs Betty Branaman who has been Tlie City School building in Pails Dawson Ga Sept 26 1888 We hereby warn all per im- - under It The St Louis Crematory was des- Â¬ Jackson county was here on Monday confined to her bed for many weeks is in troyed by fire Tuesday Loss 515000 was burned Friday night Loss 10000 penalty of tlie Ihw not to tiepain company with Mr A H Williams thought to be slowly recovering any way hunting fi diiiii or other Â¬ Captain John B Wilguss will was The crematory was built about ft year Insurance 6000 AT merchant at Alcorn They were going wise on our premist i in MadknKj The day of prayer for colleges was ob- Â¬ probated to day and directs that all his ago Thirty bodies have been cremat- Â¬ to Louisville on business Donelson uses the best material that county Adams served here General religious exercises estate be sold and converted iuto mon- Â¬ 33 36 Mrs Saxika Hockauay since Its completion the market affords and the best work Rev Preston Blake who recently ac- Â¬ at the chapel in the forenoon and meetings ey He wills one half of his entire es- ed men He puts up none but tbe best cepted a call to the Baptist church at in all the schools in the afternoon CAUTION TO 3I0THERS tate to Ills widow and dl tributes the work Buggies carriages etc made WANTED Stanford has returned to Richmond and Sptcial News other half to relatives and friends in Every mother is cautioned against to order Call on him Mr Hays and daughters from McKes apr4 tf will resume charge of the churches at small sums The will appoints John T giving her child laudanum or para Correspondents lo represent leading Eng Â¬ visited his brother in this place as they Kirksville Waco and Republican Miss Leiia Marksbury and Mr L M lish uiil American papers Prevtow K Mil ward executors gorie it creates an unnatural craving ill were going to Kirksville The Missis Miller and H not atixvluiely necetwary wife of Hon Geo Hays were going to enter the Elliott In- Â¬ without bond The estate is estimated for stimulants which kills the mind nf Landram of Lancaster were married expeiience Mrs Sarah Adams Miwi liberal terms for gol ervke at 150000 Lexington Leader Mat Adams Secretary of State and Mrs stitute Adilrecs with stamp Euhopkan tbe child Ackers Baby Soother is last Weduesday 28- No 7 Amekican 1kkss Mary Garner wife of Mayor John E specially prepared to benefit children It Dont Pay Rann8 Specific will cure Rheuma Uplo St Boaloii Association A The regular monthly temperance meet Â¬ US Mas Garner of Winchester visited their sister and cure their pains It Is harmless tlsm or money refunded Price 75c at 33 34 means when sutler Mrs B W Turner in Richmond last ing was held in the college chapel Tues To use uncertain aud contains no Opium or Morphine Whites Drug Store Second street The exercises which log from diseases of the liver blood or Sold by W G White Prescription day night Jan 22 week 5- uear Garnett House were all in the hands of the young peo- Â¬ lungs such as billiousness or liver Druggist Messrs John P and Congreve Gaines skin diseases scrofulous ple consisting of selections essays and complaint C Ry Kankakee The C I St L of Clark county were among the mule orations interspersed with good music sores or swellings or from lung scrof-Â¬ As the Court house clock was being Llnej with its connections makes Ihe men in Richmond on Monday The were varied and interesting ula commonly known as consumption wound up yesterday morning the wire fastest time from Cincinnati to Council All persons having claims again t former attended school here years ago of tbe lungs when Dr Pierces Golden rope holding a 1400 lb weight broke TORNADO Bluffs Omaha St Paul Minneapolis the estate of Andy McCord deceased and has never forgotten his fondness for After diphtheria scarlet fever or Medical Discovery is guaranteed to and tbe weight crushed through 3 will please present the runib lo me 32 West aud North west the place pneumonia Hoods Barsaparllla will cure ail these effect Ions if taken in floors No one hurt but damage tn tbe and the properly verified for payment Seven Splendid Companies Burglars broke into tbe Christian toThose knowing themselves indebted Mr I D Winn Circuit Clerk of give strength to the system and expel time or money paid for it will be building is about 160 Kentuckian the estate will tileae call and settle poison from the blood refunded It promptly church at NicholasvlIleTue3day night North America Philadelphia Estill county was in Richmond on Mon- Â¬ all CItireu N B DEATHERAGE mem - - Maseachtwetts and stole tbe communion service Be- Â¬ 32 35 Administrator Springfield day He says that Irvine is to have an500 offered forau incurable case of A DUTY TO YOURSELF NEWS PARAGRAPHS fore carrying it away they melted it - New York Germania other newspaper the Estill County Eagle Catarrh in the head by the proprietors It Is surprising that people will use with blow pipes edited McCarty late of by Mr Connecticut Hartford of Dr Sages Remedy Mrs Nancy T Scantlaa died fit common ordinary pill when they can Nicholas ville - - - New York Niagara Road horses trotters and runners Harrodsburg aged 81 years There are now 17 prisoners in the jail secure a valuable English one for tlie - Cincinnati Amazon Mr Stephen Jett of Clark county who Dr Ackers English shod in any manner desired I have January 18S9 will long be remem- Â¬ tbe largest number for years A few same motiey Pennsylvania Philadelphia recently bought ofMrCrate Maupin a four year just received an extra lot of cure for ns a month of funerals An av mouths after prohibition had set in pills are a jttstfue farm near Kingston this county was bered boarder and and all liver troubles They are old second growth timber for repairing Owens had not ROCK BOTTOM RATKS erage of three a day have thus far oc- Â¬ Jailer here on Monday and will remove to his All work guar- Â¬ few of the small sweet easily taken and do not all kinds of wagons is curred aud yet the month Is but little now the jail crowded A MB JOHN E GREENLEAF has Office at Farmers National Bank new purchase at an early day He says most rabid predicted that there would gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ anteed at tbe very lowest prices Shop bought out the interest of Mr W M gone A peculiarity iu he grew tired of waiting on those slow more than half drug store back of Brookss prohibition tion Druggist Call and see us before placing Ballard iu the late firm of Buchanan this great mortality U the fact that be no use for a jail after so Clark county fellows for a road Ballard and the undersigned will con Â¬ your insurance a year or but we Respectfully most of these deaths have beeu from had been in effect tinue the Samuel Gregg was killed at Pittsburg 8febly S L MIDKIFF Miss Minnie Smith has returned from among tlie prominent classes and are sorry to say that they caut claim BURNAM HUMS a victory as they bad once hoped Ky last week by a brakeman on a a protracted visit to her sister Mrs John totally unexpected Lexington Ob-Â¬ such N B Milling property and C F 8trouse aged 64 years Mrs through train of the Knoxville Brauch Stanford Journal S Park at Fort Smith Arkansas A server country stores a specialty Sohn Sewell aged 74 yearsJohn Craig About fifteen shots were fired fine specimen of portrait work in pastel To Tbe Martli Gras and New Orleans 32 31 aged 60 years and G Bush Lyle aged special from Ifaw York says A by the young lady is on exhibition in the IS LIFE WORTH LIVING AND 19 years all of Montgomery county Tickets to New Orleans and return Dr Jasper Bryant ofWodblue Ky window of Mr C E Smiths drug store Not if you go through the world a are dead buy 3500 via tlie Queen aud Credent Route 17111 It is of her father Mr W B Smith and saw a chancej he thought to dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets money for 270 and be be ou sale at all principle ticket offices was mistaken by a drummer for W C in counterfeit worst forms Ring Lost came here on tbe iavitatiou of J M Id the East West and North from are a positive cure for the Breckinridge P of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency A Solid Gold Ring 18 K marked Henderson to get it Henderson work- Â¬ February 25ih to March 3rd good re Guaranteed and inside G E W lo L at my store Prof Jason W Chenault was on Wed Â¬ ed the old game on bim and Bryant turning until March 23rd at 2100 for aud Constipation sold by W G White Prescription in Richmond 011 Saturday night Jan- Â¬ At the same place They will keep ou I offer for sale privately an excellent president of the University has only a bag of scrap paper to show the round trip from Cincinnati nesday elected farm of uary 26th Reward of 500 Leave at sale the latest aud handsomest styles of Club at its organization in Louisville Traiua of the Qneen and Cresent Druggist for his 270 The doctor made com- Â¬ n The Climax office Yale Harvard Washington and Lee plaint at tne York ville Police Court to Â¬ Route leave Grand Central Depot Cin Tbe Goosebone foretells the weather 33 34 L T Wilson Princeton Bowdoin University of Vir- Â¬ day about his loss aud the Jndge told cinnati at 755 A M and 800 p M but who can tell when you will need with dwelling house on It known as the Old Town Farm 4 miles from ginia Kentucky Military Institute Centre lilm he was served about right Ho every date entire Train BagjzageCar Cure Â¬ Chicken Cholera Recently a man was arrested at HarGanteis Itiehmotid and reached by the RJeb College Miami University Renssalaer was retained as n witness Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars run Keep a stock on hand for theres no rodsburg for carrying concealed dead Â¬ rhh1 ami La nearer turnpike Tta Polytechnic Institute Cornell Johns change 8 hours telling when you will need it If it ly weapons He produced letters and Thnee desiring form is ell w atered By Ihe terms of the will of tbe late throuch without Hopkins University Kenyon College to purehaso will pirate eull ou or ad Â¬ 94 miles shorter than any fails you money will be refunded by a badge to show that he was a mem- Â¬ C Barkley of this county the quicker and dress Joe Bush at Richmond University of Wisconsin Asbury Univer- Â¬ Jacob spaco In Stockton It Willis ber of Ihe German Detective Associa Â¬ 32- of Boyle and Mercer coun- Â¬ other line time 27 hours For Mrs B TAYLOR sity West Point Stevens College and Poor Houses from your near Â¬ or rates About this time an Cincinnati ties are given one tenth of an estate es- Â¬ Sleeping Cars L Kibbee of Boyd coun- Â¬ tion of Institute of Technology Massachusetts Sheriff J Address agent of the State of Tennessee appear Â¬ timated at 20000 The Presbyterian est station were represented D G Edwards GenI Passr and Tot ty Ky is said to have fed tbe State ed and claimed the prisoner as au es Board of Foreign Missions and tbe in leaving bis accounts short about 14 34 37 Agt Cincinnati Ohio caped convict from the penitentiary Cumberland Presbyteriau University 000 RELIGIOUS and carried bim thither It turns out And everything else in their line located at Lebanon Tenn received an New Music AND Croup whooping cough sore throat that the prisoner is the man who was Their prices will be as LOW as the equal amount Danville Advocate Among late musical publications are sudden cold and lung troubles peculiar dangerously wounded in Menifee coun- Â¬ Prof Crook preached art excellent Stock The Kentucky Farmer and LOWEST Across the Bridge analytical sermon on the Golden Rule the following to children are easily controlled by ty last fall while being persued by offi- Â¬ They will at tlie First Presbyterian church Sunday man which begun publication in Lei Â¬ a timely pathetic song and chorus by promptly administering Ayers Cherry cers who thought he was the Chicago TTnilnrtjtlcprn also attend all calls in tke The undersigned wold reapeetMhr an Â¬ lino ivltli n Ingtnn a few weeks ago has been con page 40 els nounce to those contemplating butMiag remedy Is safe to take murderer Tascolt Method Ut church at Bristol solidated with tbe Lexington Weekly Bruun with picture title A 20000 Pectoral This Â¬ that they are prepared to contract for Open Now Thy Blue Eyes a mod and certain In Its action It N H and the German Reformed church Press BtHLDures of Every Dbscriitjon em classic song from tbe French by i completed at Dayton O were nearly Of Thee I am Satkfectkm guaranteed They solicit your patronage One of the most valuable aids to Ibe Massenet 30 eta Jim Waller for many years a resi Â¬ burned Sunday Estimates made free of charge Plant 80 dent of the Four Mile and Two Mile Remaining unclaimed in the Post professional bee keeper is a droue and Thinking a ballad by Strelezkl A C BUCHANAN famished on application on short notice The second quarterly meeting will be queeu keeper trap recently inveutel cts a sacred song by vicinity In Clark county was found Office at Richmond Ky week ending Gethsemaue 30- JOHN E GREENLEAF LONG COLEY Fehmary 5tb 1889 held at the Methodist church Saturday by John 8 Reesof this city He has BarrI 35 cts and a brilliant new dead near McCords shop last week apr iitf Contractors and Buiidts McKinney Katie 3 Adams D R February qth and oth also invented a bee escape for trami piauo piece by Sidney Smith entitled and Sunday AdTleo to Mothers Pope Kittle BradUelils Female Regulator Bannina Alia 3InWrjmaTrSoammaSTSimhoTddrtrs7S Rev Joseph Rand will preach Friday ferring swarms He has sold his In- Â¬ being a transcrip-Â¬ Angels Serenade CoRay C H FranklinDavis tw used vhen children ere cattlsg tettb It re used by tbe young and bud LGill Mrs Mollie will be protracted ventions to an Ohio parly for a nice tion of the famous song 40 cts night The meeting Any Should be USTestiMUUIera2eTeratoace itpredeoesnstarsl Shepard Sallie bright j quiet sleep sad the uttlsttKrabs-s-akesding woman she who suffers from any Gilbert Annie TayJor t ranlc Contractor and ns button Rev Preston Blake who was called to sum aud will also receive a royalty- of these pieces will be sent to any li is rrrr pleuact to tuts It peculiar to her sex and at tho p joofes the chfid softens the ffumtb7sslpfti8 Post Offlce honrs from 6 a m to 7 Is prepared with an experienced set of Baptist church here We were shown a letter from Mr address on receipt of the price by Q disorder the pajtorate of the Is ths change of life St benefits all who use M Money order and registered letter regnlstes the hove ssdariiias best kaown remedj hands to o all kinds of hoa tasflsfing from teethlsff or for ditrrhmi whether and who accepted and preached several McLalo of Washington City the di-Â¬ itson Co Boston Mass Send also Ctv tiii 1 i tl nd rvninns boaie oUmt causes Regulator hours prompt 7 a Jr to 6 p it WfatT CT eecis Brndneld for free catalogues ot all kinds of it Write the sermons here is held by his three church Â¬ rector of the American department 6- B WILLIS p 5T J 34 37 man f Company Atlanta Ga It es in Madison who will under no circum- - asking that it be exhibited at the music Tevis Worlds Fair Paris France Congref s has vpprnprlnleil 250000 to pny Hie expense- - f the Arurfcuii exhibit without a pastor Stan r J Journal TJierc were three additions by letter at WnieheMer Democrat the Christian Church Sunday morning The entertainment given last even Â¬ and Sunday night Misses Grace Hart and ing at the reside nee f Mr W N Hnl Margaret Wilmore confessed the Savior deroan 906 Fourth avenue by the la Â¬ These young ladies will be baptized Sun Â¬ dles of the Confederate Monument Prof Wil Association was one of the handsomest day night after the discourse liamson will speak next Sunday night on and most successful affairs of the kind the subject Why do we immerse rather ever given here The proceeds were to go towards the Confederate Mouu than pour or sprinkle Â¬ Ken- Â¬ meut fund and the results of the evenEld J W Ingram well known tn ing could hardly Lave been better or tucky and formerly pastor of the Chris- Â¬ tian church in Shelbyville has created more gratifyiug than they were The Â¬ something of a sensation at the Fint ladies Uad labored a loug while In anticipation of the event and all felt Christian church in Memphis of which he is pastor by taking the position that the amply rewarded on summing up the New Testament does not demand a Sab- receipts to find that 750 bad been bath and that we are not bound by the realized Courier Journal Old Testament law Bank stocks are more on the boom He also argues that of the sales made Monday can bo taken Sunday newspapers are a necessity as a criterinu There were disposed of Clipper at public outcry ten shares of the Cit PERKINS izens Natlouul and five share of the Boyle National The former were sold No maple syrup and prospects of none in bloeks of five shares John L being mode Smith purchased the first lot at 17550 Preaching at Sylome second Sunday per share and W A Markwell the by Rev J G Ison next at 181 the highest price this Five shares of Born to the wife of Leroy Hayden a stock has ever reached the Boyle Bank were bought by Saml girl January 20th to Bottom of Perry ville at 195 These Mr A J Holman is teaching a neigh Â¬ prices speak for themselves and Indi borhood school near here cate the demand lor this character of W S Sowers has bought several Investments Danville Advocate crops of tobacco ranging in price from Ladies to Dont be in a hurry tn buy Spriog Died daughter of Jeff and L Bell Millinery The Greeu Front Millinery Davis of pneumonia February 1st 1839 Store First Street will have a larger in the third year of her age stock than ever in due season and all It is reported that Merideh Haden has New Goods Stock carried over will bought part of the old Thos Broaddus not amount to twenty dollars 34 36 deceased tract of land of G W Pother in The elegant country mansion of Col gill Price 775 for 10S acres Jack Cliiun was destroyed Monday Robinson Bros have begun night about 10 Leach oclock by fire brought operating their distillery with more and about by a defective flue The hout e better facilities and the out put will be was the haudsomest in Mercer county larger than preceding years Their repu- and one of the most elegantly furnish Â¬ tation for making good whisky is unquesed in the county When built it cost tionable it 80000 and the furniture 15000 Col Cblun bought the place of James Shut- Â¬ DOYLESVILLE tle worth now of Louisville ami had on Born to the wife of Johnnie Jordan a insurance of 16000 ou the house and 6000 nn the furniture A portion of girl the latter was saved but the total loss Miss Loulie Hisle is visiting relatives in above the Insurance will reach over Winchester 15000 Mrs Calvert a sister of Mrs Mr Hiram Jett near Richmond will Chinu roomed In the second story of return to his old home in this place the the building lost nearly all her cloth- Â¬ first of March ing and some valuable jewelry and diamonds Durham and Wells have got coal now stances accept his resignation and the consequence is that the church is agiin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MnbaJKH We Have Again Added to Our Usual Large Stock an sx Xes -- to which we invite the inspection of everybody Come and give us a call we will save you money and show you the NEWEST AND BEST STYLES AND AALUES EVER SHOWN IN RICHMONDWe have also an entire NEW LINE of LACE CURTAINS PLUSHES and PONGEE BR APERIES for CURTAINS Come and see me - 4c 5c n J STREKraOF Leader in Styles of Carpets and Curtains ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ my kidneys and back from the year 1876 to 18S0 and was often cunfiued to my bed when in the year of 1880 I called on Dr T B Smith who told me to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic ami if it didnt cure roe be would forfeit 50 in gold I accepted his proposition aud ued two bottles as directed aud It eflected a permanent cure I have never had the least symptous or pain in my back since and kidneys are in a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic the greatest medicine on earth Mrs James Oney Ihe mother-in-laAn Open Letter BooNESBOROuair Kv Dec 24 18SS of Congressman Taulbeedled last week This is to certify that I suffered with iu Matolllu county w Underwear xery cheap at Covlngtou for ae thm of tlie Democratic party SAMUEL RIUUERSTAFF is a camlktefct Stetson fine soft hats variety of for Jailer of MihIImiii comity Mikjct to the styles at Coviugtou Mitchells 21- - action of tlie Democratic parly THUMAH S FERRKLL is a eaHdMitte for MrsT D Cheslnut died suddeuly Jailer of MmltMHi county sobfect to the ac Â¬ tion ot the Democratic party last week in Garrard county JOHN HILL ts a mBtttdeate for Jailer of Medlsou county The best line of Gloves in town is to Democratic party Mibjeetto tbe actios of the be found at Covington Mitchells A J BROADDUS is a eamlldate for Jailer of Madison county object 10 the action of 24- 31- the Democratic party Lexingtou is to have fuel gas for GEOKbEW MAUPIN H a catttlMale for Jailer of MatltaHi coUHty subject to Ibe heating M- aetion of the Democratic party of Bourbon died on Thursday 21- Mitchells JAMEN C LACKEY a camlklote a prominent citizen Jntlerof Madlnoii county Is sutJeet to Ihe James McClure FOB JAILER JOHN F WAUER3 it n eamlMale tor Jailer of MntllMiti county subject to titeaeiioaof 3- the Democratic party 3- duo mmm sale WALL PAPEE For IS years of my boetoees Ml in Richmond tbe people of Ihfci ami ad Â¬ joining eounties have been eseeetliNKty by their pMroMax for getKri4H lo whKeh I beg to return my Mot rhtifrure thank and hot to mrit that fmm liberal patronage in tbe ftttttre I mm receiving 3- 4- ie 4- ISrW7 now in oods G 4oek Ibe targeec daily ami have mt e a 1 S3 - fL00K Â¬ all at the for 5- j K- sa et - Â¬ Store House for Rent t at Â¬ Â¬ lew Harawara tors rs pate osedy tre- mal rsys taper Â¬ E3IPLOYED CLAUDE SMITH rs 45 Â¬ of all Â¬ Hardware Stove POSTED JC TINWARE HOUSE No 26 N Second St Armers old stand - Â¬ Creditors Notice INSURANCE- ITS FIRE LIGHTNING and mm m Â¬ SEW FIRM sick-headac- Mer m Business PAEM for SALE PRIVATELY xs BED BOOM SETS 104 ooe3 Parlor Sets Wardrobes Bedsteads Chaies BUILDERS CONTRACTORS HANDSOME HEARSE Â¬ Builder iiU ji 335KS IlaTifl duanlt Co ADRUFF Making an etching a JIaater IIand No branch of art within tho past low years has attracted such universal atÂ¬ tention as etching The art of etching is riot ad Is popdlariy supposed a now invention but the revival ot an art In which Rombrandt and Albert Durer cxcoled Tho process by which an etching is made- is both delicate and difficult It is accomplished by coat ing a ooppar plate with a preparation of wax upon which tho artist traces with a sharp instrument Jailed tho necdlo or point tho linos of hlfi picture Tlie jilate is thefl immersed in acid which eats into the lines laid bare by tho ncedio and tho acid is bath repeated The Hues whon sufficiently bitten nro slopped tip withflno Fronck varnish This process has bedn repeated moro ihan fifty times in some plates before the proper effect of light and shade was obtained Etching Is really a drawing- - on a plate thus giving tho genuine work of tho artist as much ef- Â¬ fect as in an oil painting It is thla absolute quality of art possessed by etchings as distinguished from the purely mechanical methods of cngrav ing which gives to thorn their value Tho ink Used in printing is thick tho plate is armed by placing it on a heated marble slab so that the ink will flow freely enough to fill up all the lines Af ter inking tho plate is rubbed clean leaving the Ink only in theline except where certain effects of light and shado may be deslrod not repre- Â¬ sented by tho lines These tan be ob- Â¬ tained by tho skill of the pointer- - whd can produce beautiful effects bv his manipulation of tho Ink upon the plato There is a great difference in plates in this respect somo requiring much more skill to print than others After tho plate Is ready tho paper having first been dampened Is placed on it and then covered with felt Tho press consists of an iron bed perfectly true and lovol for tho plate tb rest on and an iron roller which passes over the plate exerting great pressure so that the paper is forced into tho lines of the plate After each impression tho plate is cleaned and inked again and the same process gone through with so that the printing of etchings can not bo hurried To insure uniformity a sample print is before the printer to look at This is either printed by tho etcher or superintended by him So great is the skill required to properly print etchings that less than half a dozen printers in the country havo won a reputation as being flrst class htchings aro quite expensive and often bring as high as 1000 N Y Evening Sun - It Is a Delicate TTndertaklne and Requires MEW FIRM IffEW GOODS Wc wish to announce to the public that wo have just opened in the house next door to the Gar net House on Second street a froeli stock of lite boet brands of MISCELLANEOUS Several boys when arrostcd in New York tho other da were working in-Â¬ dustriously as thoy afterwards exÂ¬ plained in court to create a haunted house rjarei The last society spoken of in Cali Â¬ fornia Is tho Pay Nothings It is said to be alarmingly prosperous The pass word Is Lend me a dollar the response Brokol Whats the mail convincing proof that you know df risked tho philo- Â¬ sophical tramp that tt man possesses an inherent right to own property A bulldog in the front yard prompt Â¬ Chicago ly replied his companion Globe hence tho increased demand for Altera It is now ell ktifcwn that mcfet diseases are due not to o er abundanoft but to Impurity of tho Blood and it is equally welt attested tliat ltd bloed medicine is so efficacious as Ayera Drew blood modern doctors cleanse U 1U Old Doctors ttres Sarsaparilla Ono of my children had a large soro break out on the leg We applied simple remedies for n while thinking lie sore would shortly heal Bnt it grew worse We sought medical advice and were told that an alterative medicine was necessary Ajers Sarsaparilla being VV v MB ALL KINDS JvKfrrlrl AN CULTIVATORS I 198 t 1 Ha STAPLE and FANCY WATCHiAKERJEWELER -- GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We Watches UEALEK IX- Silver and mr WW Clocks Jewelry Absolutely Pure SteaiS Ilatetl ware etc Special attention given to Uome and Me ed that we have a first class stock AND OTHER PKECIOUS STONES Â¬ CHEAP for CASH SETTING us and be convinc- DIAMONDS Tills powder neer varies A inartcl of purity strensIi and iiolcvomcns Jloro economical limn iho ortliuary kinds and cannot be sold in competition Willi the mul Â¬ titudes of low tet short weight alum and phoophale owden hold only in ctns Hoi ai-- Hakino PoivderCo 100 Vail Street New ork 21 20 Ml Reasonable Prices We shall aim to secure a fair share RKPAIRIFJ Protuptly dune and in a workmanlike manner uf eMftotH by square dealing aid Cash Paid for Old Geld and SilVer the handling of desirable goods T Dont loret Hie place next diwr DAVID CHEXAULT 2- CO to the Post office Kicbmood jan 4 If Ky C i r I D 1 convenient rtk astxnrer as anv to ike tsffcatoefit system Uaveek Club Sr stem is The CHa 99 ntTT rpra QS AISTTEE5 CHICKEN Cif WSjp iysssais v9 Y rtttrm to us I f - in GtffZfLBI 13 matches ii fa each rW2S5etfa FnlLA Cholera Cure Dr Pierces Golden Medical tllseoVery Is the only medicine of its class that is gunr- ia anieca to Denent or euro UADDAU TCn I in all diseases for which nAHrUlnltU lit ismnnpv recommended or rutlrt thfk far It will bo prompUy refunded Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors from the common pimple blotch or eruption to tho worst Scrofula or blood poison salt rheum or Tetter Eczema Erysipelas Fever sores nip Joint Disease Scrofulous Sores and dwellings Enlarged Glands Goitre or Thick Keck and Eatimr Sores or Ulcers Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump- Â¬ tion which is Scrofula of the Lungs by its Invigorating wonderful blood - purifying and nutriUre properties if taken io time For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Short- Â¬ ness of Breath Catarrh in tho Head Bron- Â¬ chitis Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred affections it is 0 sovereign remedy It promptly cures the severest Coughs For Torpid Liver Biliousness or Liver Complaint Dyspepsia and indigestion it is an unequaled remedy Sold by druggists 25 34 1 bjmbwwhh Mistress to servant Look at above all othors wo used It with marÂ¬ Tho soro healed and velous resultt tho dirt on that chair Bridget Your heBlth and strength rapidly returned work is shockingly neglected this Armstrong Weimar Texas JJ weeki I know it is mum but Ive I find Ayers Sarsatiarilla to be an admirable remedy for the cure of blood been loo busy 15 attend tb it enure prescribe it and it does the Im a candidate for tho Boord av Iddl diseased I time work every E L later M 1 Kansas Manhattan cashun mum and I havo to canvass my Wo have sold Ayera Sarsaparilla Texas Siflinys ward here for over thirty jears and always Â¬ Uncle Cutty Which is tho cheaprecommend it when asked to name tho est de fly blister or de poor house W T McLean best blood purifier plaster Druggist Just tho same Druggist Augusta Ohio - continue to be the Ayers medicinetwenty five cents apiece Uncle C standard remedies in spite ot all com- Â¬ Well doctor you bolter give me all Bear petition W Richmond take Mich two ray old ooman is berry low wtd de rdmcriiajan Iwaritum furhab ebry comfort Detroit Free iVtaf Crooked and Straight aro iho rUEPAIlCD ET names of a pair of clergymen in charge Co Lowell Mass Dr J C Aver of an English church Lock Key Price 1 six bottles 3 Worth 3 a t oltlei were long familiar names over the door di a hardware Store In Louisville Ky 43 Scarcely loss appropriate were the last named parties to their business than were the famous U Ketchum I Chealurfl flrni of latf yc rs CR A Enthusiastic Traveler Ah tli gland is a glorious country indeed A nation of conquerors possessions everywhere all over tho globe enor- Â¬ Practice Limitfd to Dextistrv mous financial resources why you OFFICE Smith Building Main Street know they say tho sun of Victoria Office hours 900 to 1200 M teo to never sets junej tf Mrs Porkehoppo of 400 P M Chicago I wwt to know dont ho C MORGAN D D S ever get tired of standing Town Recommended 85 ci -- r4 THE NEW FIRM OF-- 02 0 e Shackelford Gentry Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla will continue business at the old lJPIOKLjCA WILKES SMITH q stand and will endeavor to merit the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased fa- cilities rH 0 02 Topics1 J the Crab for each watch before it goes cut thoogb cash member only pays B ijt avttk This is why we pre you E men for YOar eioocr than any one ebe E and why we are dotnr the largest tj LwatcfabesiseuiD the world Wtsellj lonlr first duality troois but ourl f prices are about what others get fcrscc B osd ouafctr Our S10 SllTxrWatcli j is a vbstaacal Saver ini imitMum of Men Wlna American urrr j IftADFIELDfc Mi eL r EwilLATOR fflonTHiY at iQrvcn i L OpenFace ItlsfiuTvensaltaanT I watch sold farliS br others IVe find first class Scaesed Cold Case such is satisfactory and serviceable than more aoT SoUd Gold Case list can be sou at i less than doable the money as cheap soba cases are invsnaory mm wcax si low cjaalfty and worducss after short use Our 833 Watch contains Bamcroas Important patented Im provement of vital iaportaace to occur-ate Dulttrcaf PattKtSitm B c which we controTeadBsirely j WinA It j is fisBy equal for accuracy appearance dura- fbihtyaDa service to any rs WatchceitherS Open Face or Hasting Ocr4300KalI- romd Watch is especially constructed far J iHiramn nt ouaLtv ruficed God AzencaiujeverwatcnritriiaAYaM mmmsi Sickness ciunper 5rcQi SsUtr 34 37 idir tmm5aage fcmttf i31iiU fl t OQger Uharoc of tiPe vMI he ovoidecL uuifi UR VJJ ATXANTA GA A contest has been going on in a New York newspaper between a num- Â¬ ber of young women for tho honor of being tho youngest grandmother In the country It has been shown by the let- Â¬ ters of tho contestants that a woman who was a grandmother at the age of thirty two is by no means an unusual personage in this country A few days ago Mr Davis of St Augustine Fla heard a boll tinkling and couldnt tell from what quarter it came tlntil he looked in the air and saw a buzzard with a small brass bell around his neci Ho shot tho buzzard and on examination saw an indistinct 1565 on the boll date He thinks it must have been hung there by old Menoridc7i -OFFICE Main street over Madi Â¬ son National Bank Richmond Ky June 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22if Whites Drug 8tore G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Necond street junt22tf WAGONS and CART 10 2 BXJGGIE R 3 DRS TAYLOR ASHET KENTUCKY CEHTfiJlL R uuacrtrt illl I iviuu read Watch eu Own Fare or Hontm j 41 these prices sj cilhcr all cash or In deb UK UMSC1 fcjBT itU 13 aKTs A4U1 irascA llwuvrfkMfM tca rTfre Kerstos e watcb Clab Cs KLYTC wmk a iJMirsea 1004 WAUIT tT RIUA fl Aeceu Wasted Aitx Watch Iniehtor 4100 s porSM4vrtctl selBl mafStltm t irwmm C St fH r I Mr Cm S 23 OTrf Sr Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the disco very of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded 19 18 STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ c3eruma rCIJSnnon M A Simmons LirerMedianeEstd iSm in the U S Court defeats J er ZeiIinProprAQSimmonsLiT for SI Tho Original Wins St- - Louis Propr cured by fpator Estdhas Zeilin 1S6S LM 1 IJlsrirSIASICX IIEADACHILOST ArraTiTE Solr Stomach Etc ertT Rms Pastor M E 47 Indigestiov Biliousness years Church Adams Tenn writes I wuia uave occn a cad out iur jour ocnuine M A- - Sim someUmea had to substitute Zt1ifi iufrrA jMn meal cine r it dont taswer the bat purpose ltGraTesEdltor The BALiDliVIIS irji Dobbins COAL YARD I keej at my j ard near the depot in Ittelimottd sll kinds of Sktric oap k fJ THE BEST FAMILY SOAP IN THE WORLD --fet VI Mediane and have usedWUI1IKI half of it It works like a charm I want no better Llrcr Regulator and cer- tiinly no more ofZeUins rcixture ItisStmliyte MomialMily original Kentucky Coal and Jle farHous Ynaehioglieny Coal Alse Autliraelte I ill handle LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAY AND TOBACCO Orders left at W G Whites and C drug Mores and at A H LaJw s grocery will receive prompt at tetttieH Mr J M Christopher will always lie fwtril at the yard and will tHke irfeas Mfe in watmg on all customers I hope to receive a fair Miare or patronage T E BALDWIN the world without shnnluns than soft and white and like new in the slightest Tills onp la In quality wills mads twentr yent ago TT contain uotlitnjr lint run in xJnrotj finest fabric ItLnght cn colors and blcachrs whites Tlinwashes flinncU and bbntets a no other soap does to-l- 3M THE fonrnli tar which we paid fjocoo mart a has uccr been modified cr 49 40 tearing READ THIS TWICE J bins ofwapof fuel and of the fabric where Dob HectncSoapiscsedltcCordlnrftofllroe tloiia QMI trlnl wiH demonstrate its great merit It will pay yoa to rnak- - that tnal LIKE all be H ttililrs ft Is exttmlxJr Imi- and CoUntrifdtcd rrtHERE is a trreist waving of time of bfcor 3i Smitka 33eware of Imitations TNSIST upon noblilns Efcctnc Dont take - Maimetic Hecrro Macrc Psitcddpliia Electric or anr other fraud s tupty because it is cheap They will rum clothes and are dear st any price Askfor T5EE 29- - P0 FEED HILL EMdfclhL C8K15 WrJiV BeetCcmsbSrrap WXlfii 111 Tastes cood Cce ui uioh dou DTurnfinsta JTogiiJ C T j I zm if PSf fill1 iii Tl I believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my UCb A H Dowkll Editor Enquirer Eden ton N April 23 18S7 to it in stock If yonra hasnt it he wal order from his nearest holesaie rjecer T3 EAD carefully the inside wrapper around each Ja bar and be carefjl to fellow rllrrctloDii on each ournde wrapper You cntinot ntTonl to wait longer before trying for younelf this old reliable and truly wonderful lOBllI3rB ELECTRIC 3- and uVe no exher Nearly errrr grocer from Maine Mexico keeps o CUTTER GRINDER AUD SHELLER Combined in One Frame The Only Combined Feed Mill Made Dobbins 27 53 SrEED SMITH Electric Soan CIIAS S Warranted to one Give Satisfaction a Can iu9 three different eixed Grinders upon the rime Miil at any time Rew fire nuLehlaes In Send POWELL tor circular to SMITH h POWELL 27 MACV FKAZER VIIIiajis3nirr Ind 53 r Fire Iosnrance The BEST Conch Xfntt- cine is Pisos Cure fob CONSr MPTInV PliililrAn take it without objection By all drnggists 25c MaUi WHUr BestpoturhSTrnn 111 POWER OF COAL tror Newberry Calls It the Dominant Factor In Slodern History Prof J S Newberry of Coluiribia College interested a largo audience at the collego by a lecture on Coal tho Dominant Factor in Modern History Tho speakor first told how coal was formed and what It was from a scien- Â¬ tific point of view He then discussed the views of different writers on tho subject and traced the history of na-Â¬ tions since the days of intellectual ac- Â¬ tivity in Egypt showing what a re- Â¬ markable change occurred in tho pros- Â¬ perity of different nations simultane- Â¬ ously with the general use of coal Ho said in part It may seem a reductlo ad ab3Ur dum to attribute such mighty powers to a substance so common so sooty and in somo ways repulsive but a lit- Â¬ tle thought will show us that It is scarcely more interesting in its prac- Â¬ tical Value than in its history Few of ydu have realized the magnitude and dignity of tho work it is doing in tho world and fewor still have thought that it is really sunshine of bygone ages and that it has once com- Â¬ posed the tissues of various strange plants some of which are among tho most graceful and beautiful of vege- Â¬ table forms Buried in the earth or covered with water vegetable fiber de-Â¬ cays or oxidizes slowly forming in successive stages of decomposition peat lignite coal anthracite graphic the hydrocarbon gases and petroleum By regulating and controllng the fur- Â¬ ther oxidation of these wo are ablo to utilize tho resulting force as light or heat or motive power To help you to realize tho potency of this wonderful substance coal let me recall to your memories tho meas- Â¬ urements of tho power evolved in its combustion It is estimated that with the average engines now in use about ono million five hundred thousand foot pounds are practically evolved from the combustion of a pound of coal and aro available In tho performance of any work done Now this is about tho power exerted in a days labor of an average man Hence a ton of coal Is capable of yielding an amount of force equivalent to that of six and two thirds men or of six men and a well grown boy throughout the year Or the an- Â¬ nual production of ccalin this country and Great Britain is equivalent to a thousand million men working for a AI Y Trtbune year TROPICAL Some of the Condition THE An oil export from Pennsylvania Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ is of the opinion that thuro is more dil tral Kentucky to Ail Points North under the soil of California than in DR JOHN M East West and South w est Pennsylvania itself lie finds that tho MAIN STREET ledge of oil producing rock begins at Fast between Peru crops up at San Diego then dips Next Door to Ltixnns Up Stairs and roappcars at Santa Barbara and Residence at Cor Main ulid Tales Creek again appears at San Francisco and Avenue Practitioners in Mediciue and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Grocery Store June22t BLUE GRASS ROUTE FOSTER To The Public BOOTS SHOES tSs-- line Lexington Cincinnati -- No 2 HOUTU HOtJNb Ex Sun AUD HATS FRUITS Which Render Y FtSF Tartes cood Use fill mmmammBiGmmCaMmtlmtoAm mar7 ly company then anil Inps lint nrru In llci policy Its make iou wait sixty days after a fire to ge t your money We write at the lowest rates given by any dlSCnimt We represent leu of the strongest Fire Insurance Companies In the world wv represent ihe company that has the largest capital the trgest paid up capital the largest HPseln the only uoujjKiny mat pa its losses witiiout 1 amtmrmeymmmi Hew Barter Shop COBB 106 Why not Insure in the Best Our companies are backed by over 542000000 capital and ovcrS125000000 assets It will be too late afier you are burned out Call and see us before you insure elsewhere Our rates and terms are the best 29 28 T1IOOBE Th TftTstsTftT Tln VtA4 wWAa Cincinnati Tat Eitin Train KCI - Indianapolis and TEEOCCH E MAIN STREET We liave associated ourselves togeth- Â¬ er in the Bartering Business and are joeated at 108 E Main Street in Ram Bey building next door to Roberts Wines drug store First class work guaranteed Shav Â¬ ing 16 cents childrens hair cuts 15 cents Please give us a nail Satisfaction insured SQUIRE COBB 28 JH V MOORE SMITH POWELL Fine Carriages Pullman Sleeping- Oars and Eleirant Be cllnintr Chair Cora on Kiyht Trains Magnificent Parlor Oars on Say Trains CHICAG C LAFAYETTE KUktit O tluri rhelr Exportation Unprofitable The Impression Is no doubt general that the tropics are especially favora- Â¬ ble to fruit culture Travelers de- Â¬ scribe In glowing colors the appear- Â¬ ance of orange trees bearing at one and tho same time blossoms green fruit and ripe Such a condition of things is convenient and desirable In cases where tho fruit is raised for home consumption but it is a serious drawback to exportation A fixed season for harvesting is necessary if the aim of the culturlst be supplying a foreign markot- - In the case of fruit which has to be gathered In clusters like the grape this habit of ripening indifferently at any time of year is a most inconvenlont one It is said by observers that in Brazil and in tropical Africa grapes look well but tho bunches never ripen thorough- Â¬ ly In fact tho same cluster will con- Â¬ tain berries of every age from tho smallest green to the oldest purple For the making of wine this makes necessary a sorting of the berries which involves a great deal of labor and trouble as well as a waste of fruit Again in many parts of tropical Amer- Â¬ ica tho hot season is also the rainy season The wet and heat together lead to rapid decay as the fruit apÂ¬ proaches maturity To protect Itself from this danger the skin of tho grape is said to become thick and leathery and it acquires an unpleasant taste We are all aware how thick i s the peel of an orange and lemon and how abundant is the oil it contains to proÂ¬ tect from decay the pulp within Youth 3 Companion Cincinnati kand St Blr Foar Louis Tla the Rallrray L St L Pnllmsn Tta3et Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining Chair Cars New tint Class Coache- - Second Class Coaches and Baggsg Cars all run through without change between Cincinnati and bt Louis w and TssdalU line C Persons desirous of obtaining life In- Â¬ surance at actual coat should write for circulars to LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Cincinnati and Peoria HI TOE fI St L Elegant Reclining ChIr Cars BETWEEN Bbcokitv Mutdal Benefit Society New York This society claims that for six years the cost to a member of middle age has been Less than Twelve Dollars a Year for each thousand dollars of In Â¬ 3Q 288 Broadway KENTUCKY CARRIAGE apr4 WORKS surance JOHN DONELSON Proprietor tf GALT -- - HOUSE KY HARRISOK DMILLER 109 C and T P A If B Eds St L Chicago St tools and Tcoria doe ard tm Bfdiate connections are Dai with all Llrrs to and from the Rorthwest West end bouthwrt Tarorra TUltU ul Cbetb tt ill rlsd fobii Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St I- tt C Ity also via thuline t ail Couponl Officea throughout the coantrr C1 Commodious Reclining Chair Cars nmrera FeofiiIlh iii Eeskk Via SHELDOIT t VIA C and 1 B k W Short IJn iA hi It Uv ict -- lOHH ECAHGtnirauandTlitAjc t CJifCErS ITT O LOUISVILLE IRVINE STREET rtMll iri uiimHr J Next Door to Post Office The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city fiiroilro Repairing Aid mmiifs ggrg0r tcr i tiy 4M4 ai as Csms bfta Isdici mum i tlfJl ates25o to 4 Per Day According to rooms tana i Tsar km fbr 3 natas a4 sftvira hm t UOM TfcM wb wnM k aac rma o cr sr ncitrwc til Tnrkihh and Russian Baths In Promptly CARPETS LAID IN FINE wfcairaaTeMBeJtheywoonrorw impmyivntch as samples Wsmy an exam retrtiite AGdrtt Hotel Mttaimc Vo Urs tUMorUasd Usvlce 30 31 STYLE Qitrehim a Call 27 26 24- f eai ick la sua One r r 1eran mm tnm en Mwr ac wilh r Iiitb- - aod l tr ttabt f Ilousboltl ninptr TkM MKikkt arter ya hT arpt free 1 u ft uu n4Mlia wrbf r ass A boy living near Abilene Tex was recently bitten by a snake and was soon taken with convulsions An old Mexican scraped out the bowl of a briar pipe applied the scrapings to tho childs wounds and the next day the boy was welL Arkansas has received the honor- Â¬ able mention of showing the greatest number and best varieties of seedling apples before the Illinois Horticultural Society That Stato won tho same award at New Orleans Boston and Riverside Cal is Lexington and Covington rtt nn nanBrd In an ta tant Samrilft zi Richmond Kentucky bT malLa cms In stamps or SirflT aai er Torn No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ami state to parfle purcbaaUis territory these Seat Fastener will uT Ountr a wy low Hlaht forSae and l figure AiMrm ngton and Winchester Office Main Street over D M Brights fc V- aIAXGIDTt Aiilnirn Direct connection is made at Winchester Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to with Chesapeake Mill Ohio for Jit bterilng M 400 P Ashland llnnllnstou Charleston W Va Special attention given to diseases of and Kuatern Cities women and all difficult chronic cases FAST LINE-N- O3 and 4 run via Win Patients treated at a distance and chesterolid Trains with Pullman Sleeplng Cum between Cincinnati and Ulchmon fVa Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ luMtcm uuu iTanuillglflll u U dress mayi6 iv Through Tickets and Bui gage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad bent The cook in a St Louis family For full particulars DR H R GIBSON agent of the Companyaddress or call on any or broke six of a lot of eggs in a vain -O F B MORSE E II BACON Surgery search foja fresh one She then un- Â¬ Practitioner in Medicine Jen Pass r Act Trav PassV Agt tovlngtonTCy known to her sisters boiled all the 51 50 N 10G W Main St next door to Second National Bank Lexington Ky RED HOUSE KY H E HUNTINGTON F B UARR Agt rest cooled them and sent thorn back Genl Manager A variety of STOVES of the best make including the BAYLESS Richmond Ky to the grocer to bo credited back in ex Â¬ DR J FAIN General Offices Covington Ky COOKING RANGE Cooking Stoves open front and Cannon Heatchange on a new bill for other articles UNION CITY KY ing Stoves Anthracite Base Burners and other stvles Russia Iron One day after that a darky woman -passes and Corrugated Piping Grates Mantels and Hearths came tearing down upon that grocer Offers hi professional services to the TSaTgi public Office at Powells store and asked in tho presence of other 12- A-customers why ho sold her blled eggs Hehad hardly got the colored Choice lot of CUTLERY edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware woman off with a new lot of ejgs when in abundance THC MOST a white woman came in with the same Attorneys At Law complaint about tho sending to her EXTENSIVELY ADVEKTISE3 ORDER house of boiled egg3 Tho grocer RICHMOND KY thought he must be getting Insane Special attention given to abstracting LAUNDRY BLUE H THE BOELB a and after holding hlsheadamoment to titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E assure himself that he was all right broke several eggs from another tub Corner Main and Secoud btreets tip CO NEVER June 22 tf found them all right and pacified his stairs CTTLK WIILS WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF customers tJW HWfcLUIlgr BURNAM GENUINE GROWTH clieauer and better than any othsr bluing In tho world The Great Dancer of Itilyln- - Upon Fast BLUINE la more conrenlent than any other bluing Successes and Triumphs RICHMOND KENTUCKY BLU1NH is more economical because you can pot Success in the past is no guarantee In Just the exact amount no A R Bar BLUINE U clean and neat and dustmore spatterinr OFFICE with C F of success in the future Careless re- Â¬ do no or spilling nam on First Street 23 tt June liance upon past triumph ha caused S3 BLUINE is in amaH ihceK pnekrd in a handsome 8 the downfall of many a one Every envelope and would bo an ornament on anr A SULLIVAN table stop upwards is likely to require more BLUINE is the cheapest because It Is the best effort than Its predecessor When one gets to be very high up every step is Tweoty Fonr Washings for Ten Cents also likely to become more porilous RICHMOND KENTUCKY oV 1fcrTV7rv5 V than its predecessor Every past tri Â¬ OFFICE on First street same as umph only raises the public expectation formerly occupied by County Judge srulElrlatocViajTirUsliulneTerTYklnltjoct6 ly for still greater achievements tho next Miller norrTrrkuIr0CntVSaInIIe tf tlmo If the author or lecturer is not CS DLLIXE 21FG CO West Acton Mass constantly eclipsing former effort ho is in danger of falling flat It is not Xjiamr 24 49 safe for any victor to rest upon his Write for Catatosue CINCINNATI OHIO U 8 A 30 S -- tS-2 co SeiTlaffMe1n laurels yet with every stop forward RICHMOND KY tv T at mc klAbllih he who has triumphed thus far is apÂ¬ Office on Second Street June 22 tf MActsr r tMCUSM proaching nearer the limit of his COKiVMnutpMpit ra m C WJPi n make 83CO rr t Ss iwsi wi wui vena 1 rc toTrr powers These powers it is ue aro Mnca la Mtt VKttjLh fSyass patent S MM fwtf cuchis4 ntd i a AUSUkJS We bant She susceptible of a legitimate and ever wrtL wlh ail ik World for jow an- W will Jr a rvacplctt m iiti3iT ruaTuBArriTirnn progressing growth but onen eager Â¬ Katifw comIt and Tutlrt IVtf X 1SW LralMdH nmplta Iartterxiwukuut7 DISSEH iHD TAiKSPLAKTEL ness to fully sustain reputation and to kw wbtt w ten to tfcoM wb RICHMOND KY my 4rC at J9vr auroaaaa after A surpriso with now revelations of weiBi u uu oacwiM yosr w Light Etravtc Slroni and Effrotlie property Tkt rraad nachiaa H if Oflice corner Main and First streets hitherto unsuspected power thoso who mad after U Mitata 1 up stairs over Ramseys txfort patesta aicaTixaatoloarr whh tba rrabe Jt MeJIaUIn look up to him may spur hlia on to m et ft ad andSU3 actla tot Ctnclnnnil otiioTj It fa the onlr 4fWnhig- Kfe worn tfrtorau perilous or impossible leaps There is made and can be tssd in anr im cr 9iM Mtatrott4tttsaiUBet- t Z tOft fatf flotiola thl MA aCeK k lair ttnattlB n ia wU sob no raamrr anr ncy a nn penr verge beyond which he may not ven-Â¬ a 5rB taW Mmul eaao It thus posaeveea xrrat auaa briaf tn tTMtM rivtro Thwa whe mi to Mati can ae at ae ture without being hurled over the taKssowaH ether dlgjjtra In tho ma -ran IV la tin wacM aa ta t ti fln SAFETY I AMP ket TVUhitamanean easlj die a tn Nrk tfairt nt itc rttwi tscatfccrla AaMrica precipice Sharply defined within nar Â¬ 7VO JLucuaCn Main to MOhoapcr day It iancceedirjcr XJiUE fe CO Can b scW ia tnrr farollr Glm row bounds is all human genius and Ught ret Trrystrenglj made aiX var- Rht hB orrtairy lan zanteu PricoSi Vnn I am prepared to do all binds of 27 26 Human capacity to be The man is b7Xrthairfr tbirtr cents V born who can scale eternal heights and Carpenters work in flrst class style siin tenra Pot barethe G PE7ERSE3 a CO W H Kelley will build you a good In Also estimates furnished on short TaHaflsal tend for lUnstratsd Ciller C tos who has no need for modesty in the notice house cheaper than any man in town F0RSHEE4 3IOU3TB HX H TYLER BAXTER presence Of tho Eternal S St Timet 32- 23 38 29 2 mar7 tf been found Ho lives in Reno County and in wtiting to the treasurer of Sedgwick County in a mitter pertain- Â¬ ing to his taxes he used a postal card that had done duty onco beforo and spent at least three hours In effacing the address stamp and first message from off tho card Tho postal is to be framed and hung up in the treasurers office as a nlemento of mans avarice IrtcAifa Kan Journal In a letter from Salt Lako City de- Â¬ scriptive of the Mormon Tabernacle Mrs Julia Ward Howe writes A glance at the congregation easily cor- Â¬ roborated tho statement that Mormon ism largely recruits itself from the most wretched and ignorant classes of European countries Some of the heads of those present might have been termed well advanced on tho way back to the gorilla Vacant countenances eyes emptvof thought were seen on every side It was a rather queer remark that a Buffalo N Y businesi man made lately Said he I can get a better bargain In any storo in this town if I dont pay as I go than I can for cash and what is still moro to the purpose can command better treatment and bet Â¬ ter service while I am making the pur- Â¬ chase Tho moment my money goes over the counter tho interest in prompt delivery and such accessories mnst all fall back on the character of the house I am dealing with But if I do not pay at once I am still a customer to be looked after and every thing will be done to retain my good will A Boston sportsman who has been enjoying the sport at MoluncusLake in tho northern part of Maine entered a lumbermans house and was well en- Â¬ tertained during tho night In the par- Â¬ lor of the house was the lumbermans library which the visitor had the curi- Â¬ osity to examine The list was as fol- Â¬ lows Lives of Eminent Saints Mysteries of Paris Robinson Crusoe Suro Way to a Happy Mar- Â¬ riage Life of tho Popes Teachings of the Catholic Church and Her Divine Founder and Saviour Catholic Faith and Our Deportment The lumber- Â¬ mans mind had certainly a serious further north The meanest man in Kansas has iune22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS No I Dally IirSuu n6 OQits his professional services to the public Oflice in drug store on louer Muiu Le Lve Slreet Richmond Ky jiil2 ly Arr A rr lc Co ltigtrm Unthlaun DR U C AMBROSE Office Kalmoutli Paris LexiiKton 8 11x03 jo ternoon June 22 tf FORn KY hours 2 to 4 oclock in the MD af- Â¬ Lve larls Arr Winchester Arr Itlchmond Arr InncHBter Arr Stanford Kiclimonil Arr Ueren Arr Livliigilun 1105 11 40 12 30 si 50 1235 2 00 8 aj p m 200 pM am ara 93 pra 3S pa am ro34 Pi 430 pra a m 10c 50 pin 5 10 pm W LLACE BCFS Goods pm le pra p ra 510 pra 6x pra 05 p ra 3 20 p ra 2 - am 30 pra 1055 pra 11 tieio pra it 25 520 pm pra 605 pm 7 10 pra We have an immense stock of PaU--aad--Wint- 545 pra er- W T SEXSMITII PHYSICIAN Offers XOKTII BOUXD Lve Livingston Lancnitcr Klclimonu No 3 8 00 am 1025 ara No 1 NO 5 CONSISTING OF AND SURGEON aug17 public WHITE HALL KY Lve Ierea Arr Klchmoml his professional terices to the Lve MunfonJ AZjI GRADES 650 ara 740 a fa S 25 ara 7 35 8 35 am and n 4S 1 Le tjr Arr J F CORNELISON RICHMOND - KENTUCKY Iichmond le Vans Arr Winchester Arr it 00 2 25 7 20 8 10 am ara am am pra 30 pin Practicing Physician offers his professional services to the 29- public Le Lexington ijve r aris Lve yntlilima Lve Fnlmnntli Arr Covington 325pm 300 pal 340 pm 406 pm 45 600 pra P 906 am 430 pm ji 35 10C03 too pm 35opm ara 5 5 pm am 650 pm 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 cood honest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share 01 your patronage if prices are a condition PRICES Respectfully mtlt2l iy MAYSVILLE BRANCH MOUTH BOUND DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly Kxbuu No IB L ally 00 a m 635 a m 729 ara No li Daily Ex Sun 140 pra 234 pm 1 WLLftGE RICE H W BRIGHT MD Lve Mujsville Johnson- Carlisle MUIersburs Arr rarls Lexington Covington- 05 pra 830am 015 am 35 7 53 am am PHYSICIAN and SURGEON - NORTH BOUND RICHMOND KY OFFICE Secoud street next door to Whites Drug Store Lve Covington- Lexington- Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ Tarls ical and Chemical examinations of Arr Mlllentburg tissues aud fluids of the human body Carlisle No 9 Dally Ex Sun 735 am 830 am 1015 ana ExSun ooo pm No 11 Daily 2 58 pra 3 25 Pm 6 to pm ills 2 f -- R JrfvlJ SEAT FASTENER T fg T T MB Zf IS THE J1UU 22junetf JohiiHon- Mayiiville rives Paris 15 leaves - am 921 am 8 57 sod pm 425 pm 520 pm 5 47 xo50 am 611 pm 705 pm 74 Pto ZIZ JSTaSggsagJigggC r iTPAmpnrn UlsillJiOl Uimx kirn DML urea an pm Â¬ DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic No Physician and Surgeon Note No 755 p m 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington 715 p m ar iggjS JSJON SUclBjgg WAfp TASPFKnl m imwmmi r Breck Phelps HI A IR TD WA IR IE T Â¬ FULL LnXE OF TINWARE PARRISH TURNER ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to mmmjm BRECK PHELPS THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE Attorney at laaro J ET a6 Attorney at Law POWELL Vy -- Attorney at W FIWE VEHICLES FOR THE TRADE Pdv t Attorney at MOBERLEY wmm Xxawi lllJi Carpenters Work A Tt yt lix ssjsiffSTi SS2 fi 1 lfiME5 T ti - rA jCSJf jAA