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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmsrn u f J t J 1 J J m D i ee NUMBER 35 volume DR A n A RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1889 Throat ami tHngs bo remedy is wj safe Siwwly ami certain as AVers Cherry Pectoral An indispensable family inedieine I find Ayeis Clwrry Tectoral an invaluable remedy for colds coughs and other ailments of the throat and M S Randall 201 Broadway lungs Albany N Y I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral for bronchitis and for which I believe it to 1 the greatest medicine in the world Jame MilU r Caraway 1 C Ky wife had a distreHRlng couch with pains in tho silo and breast AVe tried varions medicines but none did her any good Until I got a bottle of Ayers Cbcriy Tcctoral which lias cured lmr A neighbor Mra Glenn had the measles and tins cough was relieved by the use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral I have no hesitation in recommending this medicine Robert liar ton Fore- Â¬ man lltadlight Morrillton Ark Ayers Clierry Pectoral cared me ol a severe cold which had settled on Jtty lungs My wife says tlie Pectoral lielpj her more than any other Medicine she ever used Enos Clark Mt Liberty ritOFONALjOAEDS Dotal Practice Limiteb Best cough Dure WILKES SMITH Kor alt diseases of tlie to Dentistry OFFICE Smith Building Main Street 0Tce hours 900 to 1200 M 100 to june22 tf 4 00 P M J C MORGAN DDS j OFFICE Mam Mreet over Madl khi National Bank Richmond Ky june22tf Lung Diseases DR J M PHYSICIAN POYNTZ SURGEON OFFICE Seooril street next to june22tf Wiiite- - Drug Store AND G W EVANS M D AND heeonil street SURGEON PHYSICIAN OtFICE ju 22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioner iu Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE SeetMid Hreetver Dykes june22t Grucery Kansas Ste DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to LuxonV Up Stairs Residence at Cor Main mid Tales Creek Avenue June 22 Ayers Clierry Pectoral rnarArtrj Dr J C Aycr SeWbyallDrsgebU Co bt LoweH Mass lrkc Hi houfetS 43 tf DR PHIL ROBERTS Office in drug store on lower Main jul27 ly Street RkhtniHMJ Ky public OftVr liis iH oftrtOBal services to tlie Ml Glienault Co DR U C AMBROSE ETEW FIRES XffKW GOODS to announce lo the public that we have just opened in the house next door to the Gar nett Ilouse on Second street a fresh stock of the best brands of We wish PECTSICI A NT FOHO KY Olliee bours 2 to 4 oclock in the af teriKKHJ jme2tf W T SEXSMIT1I M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional services pibic au to tlie 17 ijrr J F CORNELISON RICHMOND - STAPLE and FANCY KENTUCKY the Practicing Physician fffT liia GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell public jrofeMvioiial services 10 29- - We DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olflce ou First Street janly CHEAP for CASH Come and see us and be convinced that we have a first class stock Â¬ H W BRIGHT MD PHYSICIAN and SURGEON at RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seooml street next door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ We shall aim to secure a fair share ical ami Cheinkal examinations of tfefeues awl fluids of the human body of custom by square dealing and 22juuetf the handling of desirable goods Reasonable Prices DR C S HOLTON Hemeepathic Physician end Surgeon DAVID CHENAULT 29 CO Richmond Kentucky 400 P Office Main Street over D M Blights Office hours 830 to 1100 A M- - 200 to M BAIBWIItfS Special attention given to diseases of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ mayi6 iy dress COAL YARD I keep nt my yard near the depot iu Richmond all kinds of DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 60 Surgery RED HOUSE KY Kentucky Coal and the famous Younliloglieny Alto Anthracite I will handle Coal DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Offer IHiblic 12- - hi professional services lo the Office at Powells store Orders left at W G Whites and C E Smiths drug Mores and at A H Lalurs grocery will receive prompt atRICHMOND KY tention Special attention given to abstracting Mr J M Christopher will always lie titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky found at the yard and will take pleasOfle in Climax building S E ure iu watlng on all customers Corner Main and decotid Streets up fair rfiare I bpe June 22 tf patrouage to receive En BALDWIN of stuirs T Â¬ Â¬ PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAY AND TOBACCO Attorney at Isawj Hew Barber Shop RICHMOND KENTUCKY- E T BURN AM V 29- - nam on First Street OFFICE with F A It Rur June 22 ft E MAIN STREET We have associated ourselves togeth- Â¬ er iu the llarberiug Business and are located nl 100 E Main Street in Ram RICHMOND KENTUCKY sey building next door to Roberts t street same as Wines drug 8tore OFFICE on Fin formerly occupied by County Judge Flrst clas work guaranteed Shav Â¬ octfi ly Miller ing 10 cents chlldreua hair cuts 15 IOC Attorney at Law CS J A SULLIVAN COBB MOOEE Â¬ Attorney atKYLaw Ofllce POWELL cents Please give insured 23- - U8 a mil Satisfaction SQUIRE COBB MC MOORE RICHMOND on Second Street June 22 tf Attorney atKYIaw5 RICHMOND Ofllce corner Main mid up stairs over Ramseys W S MOBERLEY LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Persons desirous of obtalniug life in- Â¬ surance at actual cost should write for circulars to First streets 1- Security Mutual Bbnefit Society 233 Broadway New York This society claims that for six years the cost to a member of middle age has been Less than Twelve Doll a its a Yeak for each thousand dollars of in 30- 6Urauje - J SPEED SMITH CKAS S POWELL SMITH POWELL Fire Insurance SALT We represent ten of liie fctroiiRest Fire Insurance Companies ill the world e represent tlie company that lias the lariat capital the IarReM paid y up capital the Iargert assete Hie company that pays It loxaen without discount and does not ogre In tin PHey to make you wait sixty day afiera fire get your money We write at Uir hi u est rate given by any company then -- - HOTJSI KY LOUISVILLE The Largest and Fiuest Hotel in the city Department thatbohtulnothingtodowith the political aspects of the case that if Hartmann had tried to take tho hfo of any man whether the Czar or a private citizen the United States Government would re- Â¬ gard him as a murderer and that if the Russian Government presented satisfactory proofs Hartmann would bo turned over to the Russian agents The Russian police were watching the action of the State Department closely and thought the prize almost within their grasp When these proceedings began to look seri- Â¬ ous the friends of Mr Hartmann tried to learn from Blaine himself what his attitude iras toward the announcement made by his assistant but the old fax would give them no ot her satisfaction than to refer them back to Mr Hitt A few days later a well known New York lawyer wrote a letter to Mr Blaine on the subject but Blaines reply which ho sent to the press was couched in terms of insult and evasion and many passages showed that Mr Blaino and Mr Hitt wore acting in concert in tho case How indeed could his assistant commence sQoh proceedings without tho consent of Atooco the late 8 P Dinsmore of tho Stoeholder wrote a powerful article of proProbably as some Â¬ test in whieh be said one has suggested Hitt the subordinate may be ptaying for Russian money The empires Government would give a million dollars aye many millions to get Hart manns surrender to its vengoanoe by this groat republican Government of the world The Russian agents here know that the Secretary of State is too wise to bo used to that and They may think however that it can bo done through a subordinate It actually looks said tho New York Sun of August 5 18S1 as though too StateÂ¬ Department at Washington were advertis ing for sealed proposals for Hartmanns de Even be hvcry to tho Czar as a regicide Â¬ from Congressman to Secreta- Â¬ ry of State he has glaringly subserved pub lic interests to private ones But we will now speak of Blaine as SeCTo taryof State under GarUeld It was in July 1S81 that Leo liartraann the then famous young Nihilist of Moscow arrived in New York from Europe Mr Hartmann was one of the great leaders of the revolution ary movement in Russia struggling against the strongest and most despotic government of modern times He had sacrificed cverv thin for the sacred cansut nf freedom His adventures and sufferings were of a kind unsurpassed for daring or danger Mr George Keunans article in the Century shows Iww unselfish and grand these struggles are After the failure of tho Moscow con- Â¬ spiracy against the late Car in which Hartmann was implicated he took refuge across the Russian border to the chagnn of the host of pursuers and spies who were promised enormous rewards for his capt- Â¬ ure By any means and at any cost tho Russian despot was determined to get pos Â¬ session of Hartmann To this end every country in Burops was scoured to find him Previous to this however the Russian Government offered a reward of 700000 roubles for his delivery across their frontier In a short time Hartmann turned up in Paris Prince Orloff the Russian Ahi bassador began operations to securo Hart manns extradition with unlimited treasure at his command He soon made a demand upon France and Hartmann was arrested But Leon Gambettu that grand statesman took an intense interest in the matter and submitted an elaborate brief in behalf of Hartmann at tho Cabinet council held to consider the case The result was that tho French Government took advantage of a technicality in its extradition treaty with Russia and assured Hartmann of his per Â¬ fect safety in France From France Mr Hartmann sailed to En gland to which country he was followed by the Russian secret service officers En Â¬ gland however is not in the habit Of sur- Â¬ rendering political fugitives and Hartmann though ho had taken part In the Moscow explosion with Sophia Perovsky belonged to that category under English law and custom Soon after his arrival in order to make his position clear as to his safety in En- Â¬ gland his case was brought up in Parlia- Â¬ ment A member put to Mr Gladstone tho question whether any inquiries had been aiade to his Government by Russia concerning a certain refugee who had recently taken up his quarters in London Mr Gladstone instantly and emphatically replied that no such inquiries had been made nor would be listened to by the British Govern Â¬ ment His safety boing assured in En Â¬ gland Mr Hartmann continued to reside in London for over a year or until July 1SSI when ho took passage for the United States Here was another chance for the Russian police spies With unlimited means at their disposal perhaps they could secure Hart manns extradition to Russia by the Wash Â¬ ington Government through tho State De Â¬ partment then in tho hands of James G Blaine whom they thought they could rely on to take tlie Czars load of roubles in ex- Â¬ change for tho coveted captive Perhaps they were familiar with his record as Speak- Â¬ er of the House Hartmann s departure for New York was heralded by the cable in advance of his arrival and there were sundry reportorial in- Â¬ terviews in the newspapers Hartmann soon had good reasons for putting himself on the alert as he recognized police spies on his track and beheld them dog his footsteps on the streets When he came to America be had entertained no doubts of his safety in the great Republic and had no thought of his extradition but he soon awakened to the fact that he was in great danger of being kidnaped and put on board of a Russian r two of which were stationed in New York harbor for that purpose He soon saw that he was to be made the victim of a policy quite different from that of Switzerland France Holland England and other countries he had visited after the Mos- Â¬ cow attempt at regicide All at once sundry papers of the Blaine stripe headed by the New York Tribune bristled with demands of Hartmanns sur Â¬ render to Rnssia as a criminal guilty of at Â¬ tempting regicide These demands were furious and seemed all to be acting under a common impulse directed from n common center A litUo later semi official hints beÂ¬ gan to come from Washington through Blaines Assistant Secretary of State a man named Hitt now in Congress to whom Blame sent all inquiries on tho sub- Â¬ ject Mr Hitt Blames appointee spokes- Â¬ man and assistant got up a semi official in Â¬ terview with himself about tho case and this interview was sent through tho Asso- Â¬ ciated Press As James G Blaines mouth- Â¬ That Hartmanns piece he announced ciaim that his act was of a political nature account by the State would not be taken into Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ man-of-wa- ONE OF BLAINES SCHEMES Very lllack iaKo flU Rccord-irs ng nn Asylum inInAmerica to a U- u- in Iatriot Tlio ffu Sheltered By En Clind and France Uarflelds Secretary or State a Crar Policeman Since James G Blaine is vory likely to be given the portfolio of state under tho com Â¬ ing udniinlstraUon it Is fitting that the pe plo should know more of his career But as James G Blaine has been Secretary of State before it is well to inquire how he fulfilled its dutiss Before however going back into the past it is proper tospoakof more recent events in order bwunderstatid the power wielded by this man over the destinies of the Nation Bvery body knows that from the begin- Â¬ ning to the end of the reeeotcampaign Ben Â¬ jamin Harrison was but a cloak for Blalue Knowing that he could not be eWcted Presi Â¬ dent Blaine was content to dictate tho plat form and candidate of the Republican party That platform was made to carry on a campaign of bribery and false pro tenses the candidate was one who it is be lieved will be as pliable as wax in the hand of the arch scbemer Tho platform is as rotteu and corrupt as tho man who dictated it and worst of all Blaineism triumphed against the bost wishes of the Antcticatl beopie In fact there is only ono word that tells better thaa any other what the last campaign was and how it was won that wonl is Blame We have no desire to wasto good ink and paper on this man It would require vol- Â¬ umes to picture him correctly and show up all his shameful intrigues His career is sufficiently illustrated as tho originator of the National Republican platform a docu- Â¬ ment which Is a pillory of public contempt and condemnation to the whole world it is a platform to be seen to be read to shake incredulity As Speaker el tho House more property passed under his gavel than was knocked down by all the auctioneers hammers in the Nation And in every posiÂ¬ Â¬ tion he uM fore ih4 Russian1 jilnlstot1 had made Sny de-m na in tho case this man Hitt runs out to tho newspapers and advertises tho will-Â¬ ingness of the Government to issuo the writ of extradition Is that diplomacy Is that the stylo of a free republican Govern- Â¬ ment which ought to conduct negotiations over such a matter with the utmost caution and tho gravest regard for public and pri Â¬ vate rights for legal methods and diplomatic reserve It is a scandal and ought to have thrown Hitt out of the State Department as soon as ho got his scandalous interview in The real mover in this matter was print the Secretary of State Blaines assistant was only pulling his masters chestnuts out of tho fire And wo must remember this fact here that we have no extradition treaty with Russia even for tho surrender of ordinary criminals that if Hartmahfl tied beed given tip by tho State Department it would have been outside of thelawand if Harlmannhad been executed in St Petersburg it would have been as a political conspirator as murder is not punishablo with death In Russia Now what induced Blaine and Hitt to ignore the lawin order to surrender Hart Â¬ mann 1 Money of course Hartmann soon learned all these facts and ascertained that tha State Departmetit was about to put him under arrest fie knew that if ho remained in tho land of the free and home of the brave ho was in dan- Â¬ ger of immediate seizure and extradition to Russia for a crime which even the EngUsh Government declared to be of a political nature His only safety was in flight and he made his way to Canada being assured that Canada had no law by which he could be extradited to Russia He there found under the British flag that protection which was denied him under Jim Blaine S Amer- Â¬ ican eaclCi Compare Blaines conduct With thatbf GaEbetU and Gladstone and how small he stands in comparison This was a shameful piece of work and one of tho blackest of all of Blaines in- Â¬ trigues It was a piece of work never be- Â¬ fore attempted by any functionary of the American Government a piece of work in base contrast with that done in the cases of Martin Koozta and P J Sheridan This work was done by a man who is said to bo intensely American but bis Amer- Â¬ icanism seems to bo for revenue only But this is not all No man who has read the story of Blaines Peruvian intrigue will doubt the statement that corruption of the grossest kind prevailed Jin the State De-Â¬ partment under James G Blaine It was of a kind to bring shame and disgrace not only on their author but on Republican Harrison on the south in Ills Inaugural Address General Harrison has completed the part ot his inaugural address that refers to the South says an Indianapolis letter to the Chicago Herald In the address it will bo combined with tho territorial subject and hd election reform subject and tho under- Â¬ lying theme of the whole hunter will be the necessity for a free and fail Ballet Tho principle of control by the majority General Harriwu says is tho bottom principle -stone or foundation of the structure of development of the American people Every thing else about government he calls mere ornamentation The question of a freo and equal ballotho declares tobeadomlnant one embracing all others because It in volves the question of a freo and fair tflblt hal to which dvdry question shall be submit- ted for arbitration and final Ictermnatiori Ho warns the peoplo that this principle bf government by majority expressed by a free snd equal ballot is not only threatened but has been tea great extent overturned that not only hare the rights of free citizenship been abrogated to a certain extent but that the industries of tho country and the welfare and jirosperlty of the wdrking men dependent to an extent upon thosd Industries have been threatened because the laboring vote in a large part of the country is sup-Â¬ pressed As to the South directly he says that no one wishes ill of that section On the con- Â¬ trary it is tho desire of every good citizen that her prosperity shall not oaly be main- Â¬ tained but shall increase It is not a question be insists of what has occurred but of what Is occurring now This is he states ihe djihost entire suppression of the colored Republican Vote at the South upbd National questions by which is manufact ured a majority that has kept out of the Union vast communities of free intelligent and lcyal citizens who have for years been petitioning for admission to the privileges of f uL citizenship The questiou is not a Southern one he alleges but a National one He finds especially deplorable the evidence on every hand that the persistent suppression of tho votes of the working men la one section of tho country has demoralized the trust in the sanctity of the cornerÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ I unprotected industries Experience keeps a dear Mhoi tut ii teaches very effectually The moderate tariff reform which Grant Arthur and Cleveland recommended was given a bad free trade namo by partisans and was made a scarecrow to the rural voters who rallied to its defeat They were the vory class left unprotected and compelled to sell their surplus in Europe in competition with the whole world For many years they have produced on their farms three fourths of all our exports and without their surplus to send abroad wc would havo been drained of our gold and silver to pay for tho manufactured goods which our protect-Â¬ ed manufacturers ere incapable ot making at home because they liava been tariffed to weakness and ldcfScicncy By compelling farmers to soil a fCreign frcc trado prices and to buy at domestic pfotccticra pnecs tho income of Atnericad farmsj baisido of California has been reduced to about thrro per cent per year on tho value of the land If any one thinks says the San Francisco Alta that there can bo general prosperity if this condition continue long the expecta- Â¬ tion will bo found to bo based upon igno- Â¬ rance of economic laws Thero is great dan- Â¬ ger of financial troublo ahead wo are sorry to say The financial and trade journals seo it and say it aud some of them infer entially express regret that the efficient plans to prevent it which were formulated by tho present administration were not in- Â¬ dorsed by the majority of Stales as they were by a majority of the people In com- Â¬ mercial circles thero is a hope that laying aside pride of consistency the next admin- Â¬ istration will adopt the policy of the present bile afitl by carrying it out tide the country bver it Crisis It is admitted that this will require a good deal of humility of spirit but the great financial interests of the country and the prosperity of all the people should not be sacrificed by a political party being ashamed to confess itself in the wrong The next President must consider the interests of the country even at the cost of admitting that ho was elected on a false pretense If ho can not do this ho will disappoint tho best elements of the country Ono of tbe Republican organs that was foremost in claiming tho rural vote for protection and assuring farmers that their prices are made by tho homo market and the home market depends upon war tariff for manufactures now sounds this awaken ing note Unless the United States place gniirf and provisions at prices that will boar shipment to foreign markets the gold will go there in steady streams The present policy is wrong Another great crop will soon be calling for room in our granaries Of course the United States doesnt place a price on grain and provisions The meaning of this paragraph is that the farm- Â¬ ers believed tho promise that their vote for Harrison and protection meant higher prices after next March for their grain and other produce and now they aro holding and hoarding so there is no export and our trade balances with Europe are made good by specie shipments This tends to further increase the finan- Â¬ cial tensity caused by the Treasury surplus by reducing tho circulation of tho country and as its volumo declines homo prises will fall with it and when tho farmers get done holding their breath for higher prices they will sell at lower than when they stopped export and will be the ultimate sufferers There is something finely brassy and impu- Â¬ dent however iu this call upon them to save tho export of specie now by putting their prices down at once to tbe figure at which the pauper labor of Europe can af- Â¬ ford to buy its grain and provisions Tho fact that the demand comes from tho soma organ that three months ago was insisting that W0 must consume all we produce and produce all wo consume gives edge to tho difference between its theory and practice In discussing a great economic question and a financial issue of the first order the country has been delnded by charlatans who aro tho first to recoil from the result which was the most natural and normal ef- Â¬ fect ot their success Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Moody Shirt to U ilorodsly iVrff el Freo Trade a Scarecrow lo a Class Al Â¬ ready trHuthr tuprolcctcd by the Jres ent Tariff IALL KINDS OF PLOWS AND CULTIVATOR THE NEW FIKM OF i t Shackelford k Gentry 1 the year 1SS0 1 and but 85 cents for the year 1SSS while that of corn was the same at both periods At the same time while there has been a decrease in tho production of wheat thero has been an increase in that of other farm products but accompanied by a decline in value Now what we would particularly call at Â¬ tention to in tlieso figures are tho facts that our foreign trade in agricultural products In point of their purchasing powcrabroad and of course at home has decreased that consequently agriculture is not now nearly so remunerative as it was ln1SS0 l that this country has less of agricultural commod- Â¬ ities to spare than it formerly bad and therefore less means to pay for its foreign purchases arid that yet iu the face of these facts we are at present more largely importing than ever before Finally now that our statesmen proposa to stUl further increase rather than de- Â¬ crease the burden of the class that fails to exhibit its former elasticity of production would it not be well for them to giro thoughtful study to those pregnant facts SCENTS AND SAVORS Salt and Sugar as Treated by the Repub Â¬ lican Protectionists Attar of roses is on tho free list Salt is not Attar ot roses delights dainty nostrils Tho luxurious who must have its fragranco are well ablo to pay for it Salt is in uni- Â¬ versal use Senator Vest moving to strike attar of roses from the free list and substi- Â¬ tute salt quoted Tom Bentons denunciation of tho tax on salt as a tax on the entire economy of nature and art a tax on man and beast on life aud health on comfort and luxury on want aud superfluity on food and raiment on washing and cleanli- Â¬ ness a heartless and a tyrant tax It is a superfluous tax The revenue arising from its importation is not needed at all But it Is such a little tax Tlie consumption one Senator explained averaged about a bushel per capita a year and a bushel of salt costs but eleven cents Hero a little and there a litUe makes a mighty aggregate the burden Tho general belief that corrupt and im Â¬ proper influences have come to have a great influence in determining the results even cf Presidential elections tho tally sheet for- Â¬ geries aud similar crimes in many States outside of tho South tho revolutionary pro-Â¬ government itself ceedings in other States whereby duly Is James G Blaino the man who should electol officers have been prevented from receive the portfolio of State even in such exercising the functions for which the peo- Â¬ uu auuunisuauon as me next one promises ple hal chosen them aro somo ot the evito be Grey C Harlan in Indianapolis Sen- Â¬ dences of the danger that threatens free in- Â¬ tinel stitutions throughout the failure of general faith in the fainfcss of the ballot There A STUDY FOR STATESMEN will bo other references to the South in the Trado Statistics or the Country fur 1833 addrejs in the part that deals with the tariff questin and they will it is understood be and What They Disclose While the Republican Senators aro pre of a nature to please what has come to be paring a tariff reform bill which prom- Â¬ known as tho business element but they None of tho ad- Â¬ ises to add to rather than take from the havo all to bo perfected burdens of our unprotected industries dress will bo absolutely finished until a few would it not bo well for one or more of the days before it is delivered certainly not statesmen composing their numbers to tako until after tho President elect has gone to What is being done now is stock of tho trada condition of the year Just Washington the drafting of the various sections separate- Â¬ expired If they will but do so they Will discover that ly Another part of tho address that Is since 1SS0 1 a complete reversal of our for- pretty well under way is tho part dialing eign trade conditions has been in progress with Qvil Scrvico reform During thoso years our exports reached OUR FOREIGN WRANGLES their maximum they exceeded the imports by 239712718 In each succeeding year Ylewfrt In the Light of the Kevi Manipu Â¬ the excess of exports has been growingless lators the variation bcjng from J23OXlO00 to over If all that appears in public print shall ba 161000000 In 1SSS however for the first taken as a basis of Judgment says the Cin- Â¬ time in years there has been an excess of cinnati Enquirer then this country is in a imports amounting to K8000000 bad way as to its foreign relations Lotus The peculiar feature of tho statistics to quietly go over tho list of strained rela- Â¬ which wc beg to call the attention of our tions statesmen says the Chicago Dally News is Wc arc quarreling with Canada on the that this great and radical change is mainly fisheries question duo to a decline in our exports of agri- Â¬ Wo havo trouble with tho Sandwich cultural products for whereas the imports Islands becauso of the disposition of Ameri- Â¬ were greater in value in the later of the two can talent to control its Government years by only 81000000 tbo exports were We aro out with Hayti because its usur less by over FJOG000000 Further than this per laid free hands on a blockade runner tho returns show that tho decrease in the and had to give it up value of agricultural exports in 1SS3 is There are constant difficulties all along greater by over 23000000 than the decrease tho Mexican border arising from rather in the total exports It is also of prime in- Â¬ promiscuous excursion trips from tho one terest to the Northwest that tho decrease in side and tho other value of agricultural exports is nearly one There is coolness between us and Italy in half for wheat and flour while tho decrease tho matter of immigration in quantity is only about one third while China is closing her doors to us and pour Â¬ for Indian corn both value and quantity ing her wealth into European capitals on have declined to tho extent of nearly three tho charge that wo have broken faith fourths Again as to prices wo find that Tho Argentine Republic has soured on us the value of wheat per bushel was 111 for and in driving our wheat out of British j Â¬ Â¬ ballot 3 will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor to mer- Â¬ it the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased fa cilities H e a WA GONS and CARTS 30 29 BIT 1 3 t lee er -a at KENTUCKY CENTRAL 11 J f - the for 5 t e- at - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to AH Points Not tit East West and South west N FAST LINE BETWEEN Xlie Clotliier AT McKEKS OLD STAND t ryi IS at Lexington SOUTII BOUND No 2 Kx Sun Cincinnati No 4 Daily Cor 6 First and Main Streets Richmond Ky ci 4S- 1 Exjjuu No into power France is enraged with us becauso of our constant efforts to break up her Panama Canal scheme Germany is on the point of war with us because of our performances on the Samoan Islands Russia is very angry because we would not UO our much advertised surplus to ease her financial difficulties And finally Spain is sending us insulting messages about our conduct toward Cuba This is sadly solcmc if it all be true But let us cheer ourselves with the two follow- Â¬ ing propositions 1 Tiio news manipulators of an incoming party always seek to show that the outgoing party was uot possessed of common sense 2 It is especially desirable just at this time to exhibit a situation calling for a great intellect iu the State Department Â¬ markets Great Britain has insulted us by refusing to seed a Minister to replace Sackville West intil the new Administration comes Rates 250 to 4 Per Day Blaine 1 According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in 32 81 Hotel Why not Insure in the BestJ Our com trn tile are baokwl by over 542000010 capital mid over glSSO00n00 -- MM Carpenters Work 32- - of which Is grievous The salt tax is in itself inconsequential Then why levy it Why not mako salt free Mr Palmer declared that tho effect of protecting the homo industry had been to mako tho price of foreign salt come down one third iu fifteen years notwithstanding tho enhanced price of labor abroad But asks tho Chicago Times what has been tho effect on the pneo at home If the tax docs not sustain prices in some measure where does protection como in Wheat is raised without tariff aid and does anybody sup Â¬ pose that with or without protection salt Would no one wells would not bo utilized develop a natural resoureo under the press- Â¬ ing demand for an indispensable article without the artificial stimulus of a tariff Mr Plumb boasted that thero is absolutely no limit to the salt production of Kansas within a thoroughly understood ani circum- Â¬ Gloom Outlook For Labor scribed field Kansas raises corn without Wilkesbaiire Pa Feb 4 Out of SO Congressional assistance Is not Kansas capable of making salt 000 mine laborers in the Luzerne District without such aid I Merely to pump saline only 0000 obtained steady work during water and utilize the solid is an industry Januiry The falling off ot wages ni Tho wholo year It must be protectedpeoplo engaged country compared with the same month in this is 97233 Ths outlook tor February la must be boxed that have comfortable profits But still uorse Business ot all kinds Is great work shall plowing planting hoeing and tho gather- ly depressed ing of the corn fed to hogs is not an in Â¬ dustry wherefore wo have no protection Save That Sweet Girl for tho farmer The farmer works hard and his reward is bare existence for him Doot let that beautiful girl fade and self and his family But technically he is not engaged in an industry and the need droop Into invalidism or sink Into Â¬ of governmental discrimination in his be an early grave for wanl of timely care half doos not cxirt such practically is tho at tlii mot critical stage nf lier life assertion of protective legislation and the farmer i3 satisfied For peoplo who like Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will that sort of thing as Lincoln once said aid In regulating her health aud estabthat is tho sort of thing they like lishing II on a firm ban la and may save Â¬ Â¬ Fraud in West Virginia The Democrats of West Virginia havo set an cxtrnple to be comoiended to all those who desire a fair ballot throughout the country for while others have done much talking on tho subject ot election frauds thesomen have accomplished something They havo secured the names and personal descriptions of between 800 and 900 fraudulent voters who were marshaled in Virginia and after voting Ta that State were transferred in blocks of varying numbers and voted in various parts of The task has been an West Virginia arduous one says the Albany Argus and when it was stated in these columns somo time ago that it would bo a good undertak- Â¬ ing thero was little confidence that it could be done Tho evidence however is so far complete that the grand jury of Kanawha County alone has before it this session 500 cases of fraudulent voting which have teen detected by the Democratic com- Â¬ mittee The Governors message demonstrates that about 6000 fraudulent votes were cast in Weit Virginia and to detect and try to punish those who cast them will bo recog nized lis a tremendous undertaking The courage and industry which the Democrats of West Virginia and especially their Icadec Judge Fleming have shown com mand tho respect and admiration ot the coustty The Republicans of tho State are so demoralized by this earnest and unex Â¬ pected prosecution of fraud that they do not dare to orgunizo the State Senate where they tavo a majority even refusing to vote for their own candidate for President of the SenaUs when tie Democrats supported him Saturdays deto effect an organization cision of tho courts will In effect compel an orjfaajsatkra Sy am 835 pm nnpai Lve Covington Pm 1003 am 93 3 Ive Falmouth Lve Cynthiaua 1105 a ra 1034 pra 43PD Arr Paris- 1140 am 1050 pm 510 pm Arr Lexington 1330 pm 1130 pm 610 pm lie Will Druvr the Color Lino Lve Paris 1150 am 1055 pm 530 pm says the San Arr Winchester 1335 pm 1125 pm 605 pm Mr Harrison has intimated 200 pra 710 pm Francisco Alta that he will draw the color Arr Richmond 510 pra line in making up the Cabinet by refusing Arr Incaster 600 pm Arr Stanford to put a negro in Since the suggestion Ive Richmon- d- 205 pra was originally mado in the Alta tbe colored Arr Berea jaopm Republicans have taken it up evidently in Arr Livingston 54s pm bopothat it would succeed and so at last they would have a reason for urging the No 1 No 5 negroes to stay with tho Republican party NORTH BOUND No 3 While many of them try to conceal their disappointment over Harrisons rejection of tho proposition others aro less reserved Lve Livingston- - 800 am 1035 a m The fact is that the next President desires Lve Berea aro to leave open the way to negro disfran- Â¬ Arr Richmond - 1145 blanlonj 730 am chisement after the method meant by SherÂ¬ Lve Lancaster 810 am Lve man and Injralls If he had selected a negro Arr Richmond- - nan am for the Cabinet disfranchisement would Lve Richmon- dy pm f 1r have been impossible but he lacked the Arr Winchester 335 pm 740 am 335 pm 815 am courage to follow the logic of his partys Arr Pans Lve Lexington 300 pm 7353111 3x0 pm professions pm Pnrli 350 He is willing that tho negro shall vote the Lve Iyntlilana- - 340 pm 835 am 430 pm pm 406 Ive o6 am Republican ticket and by his vote give Lie Falmouth 451 pra 1003 am 515 pm 600 pm 1135 am 650 pm that party tho States of Indiana Illinois Arr Covington and Ohio when it holds the balance of MAYSVILLE BRANCH power but he is not willing to affirm the No 12 No negros right to the ballot by taking one of Dally Dally SOUTH BOUND tho race as a Cabinet adviser This evasion ExSnu Ex Sun argues ill for tbe coming administration It proves that it will not have the courage 600 am 105 pra of convictions nnd wiU shrink from tho in Â¬ Lve Mayfcvllle Johnson 635 am 140 pm itiative It will not lead it will bo led Carlisle 739 am 334 pm We are sure that the Democrats North and MUlersburg 753 am 358 pm pm 810 am South would havo applauded the boldness Arr Paris Lexington 915 am 610 pm and tho manliness that would have dared 6oopm Covington 1135am all things for tho sake of principle and conNo 11 No 0 sistence by taking a negro as a member of Dally Dully NORTH BOUND the official family There were none to op-Â¬ Ex Sun Ex Sun pose it except the white Republican politi- Â¬ Therefore let us hear no more cians jco pm about tho color line in the South After Lve Covington Lextngtou 435 pm 73s this act of cowardice no professions can runs 830 am 520 pm ever make the country bcllevo that Har- Â¬ Arr Mllleniburg 8 57 am S47 P Carlisle rison or bis party is sincere on tho negro 931 am 6cii pm Joluihon 1015 am 705 pm question Tbe act is in such contrast with Jluysville 740 pm 1050 am the consistency and courage of Mr Cleve- Â¬ to seem pusillauimous land as No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- Â¬ rives Paris 755 p in Study the Picture Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Tho New York Graphic of January Is contains a picture which should be used to Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex pamphlets during Illustrate protection the year as a contribution to the campaign ngton and Winchester of education It is entitled The Protec Direct connection Is made at Winchester tive Tariff Leaguo Dinner at Delmonicos with Chesapeake nncl Ohio for Mt Sterling V Va Ashlnml IiunllnEtou Charleston Lost Night It presents says the Albany nnd Eastern Cities Argus the faces and forms of about one FAST LINE Nos 3 nnd 4 run via Wln hundred men all of whom incline to fat cheiterSolld Train with Pullman SleeplnK seated at gorgeously furnished tables Cans Iwtween Cincinnati and Richmond Va Each man is clad in a dress suit of English and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to broadcloth and French doeskin with a broad expanse ot Belfast linen shirt front any destination reached by u railroad particulars For studded occasionally with a diamond The agent f nilthe Companyaddress or call on any or of tables were freighted with Belgian brass S F B MOUSE E H BACON candelabra imported cut glass decanters Uen PasAr Agt Trav PawY Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky and bottles of French champagne and bur- Â¬ gundy Havana cigars protruded from tho H E HUNTINGTON F B CAItn Agt Richmond Ky Genl Manager lips of many The picture commemorates a banquet in honor of protection to Amcr Uennral Offices Covington Ky Labor however has no place can labor in tho picture except in the form of attendant English aud French waiters Tho picture is true to history tor labor has no place in the Republican tariff scheme Wo ntcommend every working man and woman a id farmer to study the picture It is an object lesson in protection Theptnzle THEXOST is to find out where labor comes in jf all 3 V asS FUUHG sJSS asd 1 a it lew as tde t GEHTS GOODS TfiUHKS VALISES 1 wry Setf Umbijplls Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men 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 Masea beyeaa fer the a Greeer 4417 irsT KeDtsi BMSH pj a Â¬ N 106 W Main St next door to Second National Bank A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every description Tim UNIVERSAL PLOW both right and left hand equal lo any pew Double Saoval Plowf made Tho best cultivator in the market Sewer Pipe in abundance PUilPS 13 jl A B reck r Phelps W ID are PHELPS CO 1 jfawpfc the ei PULL LirrE OF TINWARE edge tools of all Muds Builders Hardware Jt jraDoog A state Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance Bfeery i2Mu James ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER The Blood lt Is Hie source of health therefore keep well purify the blood by taking This medicine is Hoods tjarsaparilla KXTENSIVELV ADVJ3UTISKD to LAUNDRY BLUE IN THE WQRU HO FREEZE BREGK PeZchas fsfWH 2 Â¬ Â¬ Earthquake In loo lute after you are I am prepared to do all kinda of burceil nut Call and nee us before you Carpenters work in llrst cho s style injure elsewhere Onr rates ami term n xhort Also estimates furnished are the best TYLER BXTEU notice It will In- - 29 23 SMITH POWELL n morning It wai very distinct and rattled things generally but no damage is reported Ths shock was alio plainly ftlt at Payueiiville sareral miles distant quake shock was felt here at 715 Saturday Clabxsvhxx Ma Missouri Feb 4 An earth her 5 ears of chronic suffering aud con seqiiont unliapplneso A more pleasant physic You never will find Than Pierces small Pellets The Purgative kind jieculiarly designed to act upon the NEVER SITUS SKLL3 blood aud through that upon all the S3STATT2S3 organs and tissues of be body It 60 per cent cheaper and a specific action also upon tie lias better than any other bluing in the world secret Ions and exertions and assists bluing any nature to expel from tbe system scrof- BLUTXE is mora convenient than othercan put BLUIKE Is more economical because you ula humors Impure particles and In ust the exact amount and no more effete matter through Ihe lungs liver BLUINE is clean and nest no dost no spattering or spilling Ixnvele kidneys and skin It affect BLUINE Is In small sheets packed In a handsome envelope and would be an ornament en aay uitlly aids weak Impaired and debili Â¬ table tated nrgaus A trial wilt convince BLVINE Is the cheapest because it is the best you that It does possess peculiar cura Â¬ Twenty Four Washings for Ten Cents 35 33 tive powers Gov T T Garrard of Clay is one of the cooimlbijinuers appoluted by Gov liucknertu represent Kentucky at the Centennial of Washington tion at New York City InauguraÂ¬ Siass or Dust THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF fA f igtetere ILLI3 A jC H Wanted at n Umrs Oenenl Acents Salesmen for Wholesale and RetaB Trade also men women bojs MuSglrUtodoadTenlsinjctaeTeryTlclnlty tStotu BLUINE JTFG 24 49 CO eta S X Jf 7v Tfest Acton Mass FINE VEHICLES FOR THS TRADE A U 80 3 ai4aasa3Eavcdfl S lyy X - rS t Vt J r i7mxttaa OHIO C -- -- SHSI Lrtjfffir MH sE Write for Catalogue CINCINNATI S l JsBsssssssPP OtsssH PP --------- 19 IMF - - - - - TFnr9tei- - -- r mwmgmmmm HnR IW JWJI I -- 7WT - THE CLIMAX rCKLISIIKO FIFTIETH CONGRESS 6eeand Seulon Washisotos reb 4 Senate Mr Man denoni credentials as Senator frm Nebraska CONCERNING FARMERS- - A WORD FOR SPEEDWELL rVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax --Wm Printing YEAR Co FRENXII TIPTON G WHITE J Editors PKICE l u PER 150 J3 1889 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY Senator Beck has returned from Cuba Brandenburg had a legal hang- ing last Friday JiokL Die Wolfe circuit court has been and there was no trouble of any kind and no soldiers The Ohio and Western Coal Company in Ohio assigned on Monday Liabilities 3000000 The ladies of Virginia have raised 30000 towards erecting a monument over the remains of Stonewall Jackson Â¬ Bill Bussey teller of the Eagle and Phoenix Bank Columbus Geogia is short in his accounts to the seng sum of 18000 The Three Forks Enterprise 6ays that James B McCreary as U S Senator from Kentucky would be worth a dozen such men as Blackburn Col Thomas Barbee and David S Hinman two prominent citizens of Boyle county died suddenly the former on Sunday and the latter on Saturday Â¬ A Prohibition amendment to the constitution has passed both branches of the Pennsylvania Legislature the Governor signed the bill and a State vote will be taken The Grand Castle of Knights of the GoWen Eagle of Kentucky was instituted on Monday night in Covington and Past Chief degree was conferred on more than one hundred Sir Knights SCOTCH IRISH CONGRESS The annual Congress of Scotch Irish will convene at Columbia Tenessee on the 8th day of May next It will bo an international gathering therefore all people of Scotch Irish blood are invited AN e are informed that the Congress will bring together representatives of the race from all quarters of the English speaking world for the interchange of social amenities and reminiscences and that dis tiHguished scholars and orators will read historical papers and de liver orations commemorating tho deeds of the Scotch Irish -- Â¬ Â¬ nORRIBLI MANGLED I W B Jarvis a freight brake man of Covingtonsingle and aged 25 fell from his train at Kenneys Station yesterday morning and his bend and one leg were cut off The entire train with the exception of the ongino and front car passed over him His remains were brought here and placed in a casket and sent down on the fast line in the afternoon to his friends in Covington When the remains were first gathered up and brought to town the railroadmen failed to find his head and a special locomotive was sent back and it was found at the foot of the embankment almost in the creek Bourbon News Â¬ Â¬ were presented The legtttatlre appropria toa biM iras reported The Texai election In TestlgaUea and report thereon from the Committee on PrlTtleges and Election were or dered printed Unimportant Irflli vera raised The bUl declaring trusts unlawful iras debated The Union Pacific funding bUl was considered A conference wai ordered on the diplomatic appropriation MIL Mr Chandler gate notice thathewoald call up the Louisiana election case to morrow and at 3 p m the Senate ad josrned House Fittibusterin was inaugurated by Parson of Illinois who presented Iocs bills nnder tbe call of States and demanded their reading to prevent the suspension of tho rules for the passage of the Union TadSc funding bHl This kilted the Sheridan pension bill the International copyright bill and otiior measures The conference report on the amend ments to the inter State commerce Jaw was eessMereil as a privileged mailer Another reafereaee was ordered The Xlcarag aa Canal report was 0KscsseL Fending action the House at 10 pm took arecess nctil733p m the evening session being devoted to Indian aSairs TVashikgtos Felt 5 Sesaie The Okla homa bill was reported from the House and after a struggle fur its reference to the Indian Affairs Committee it was eet to tbe Committee on Territories Mr Hawley offered an amend ment to the sundry civil appropriation bill which was referred to the Committee on Mili tary Affairs for the payment to tbe widow of General Sheridan of tVt0M in grateful recognition of bis eminent and extraordinary services to bis country The Bouse joint resolution for payment of 16CO000 to tbe representatives of the late James IJ Bads xras taVec up and passed The Union Pacific funding bill was the regular order but it was laid aside for tbe legis lative appropriation bilL The conference re port on the bill amending the later State com merce law was presented HOC6E On motion of Mr Kelly Pa tho Senate amendment was concurred In to tho House bill for the retirement of General Wm F Smith as finally agreed to the bill author lies his retirement with the rank of Major of Engineers Mr Clardy Mo called up and the Hcnse proceeded to the consideration of the Canal conference report on the Nicaragua bill Pending debate the House took a recess the evening session to be for the consideration of District business Tbe evening session of the House was devoted to the consideration of District of Columbia business WASHrscTOK Feb 6 Senate In the Sen ate the Presidcntss message on the ofler of the Creek Indians to seU their lands was read and referred Tbe naval officers claims resoÂ¬ lution was discussed and laid over The legis lative appropriation bill was considered until 435 p m when the Senate adjourned In tbe House tbe credentials of Frank B Posey of Indiana General Hoveys successor was presented and the new member sworn in The conference report on the Nicaragua canal bill was adopted after a lengthy discussion An attempt was made to take up the bill increas ing the pension of the widow of General Emory but it was prevented A 3 p the House took a recess the night session being devoted to Indian affairs Washington Feb 7 Sevate The con ference report on tbo Nicaragua Canal bill was agreed to Some unimportant bills were passed A Joint resolution was reported pro proslng a constitutional amendment to secure woman suBrage with a minority report against it A bill was passed to remove the charge of desertion where soldier afterward served A resolution tc appoint a Senatorial f aithfaUy committee on the inauguration was passed A bill to provide for wnts of error or appeals to the Supreme Court in all cases involving the Question of jurisdiction of courts below was passed The naval ofQeers claim resolution was discussed The Legeslatire appropriation bill was taken up At SW p m the Senate ad journed House The Senate bill providing tint pub lic lands subjeet to private entry shall be dis posed of according to the provisions of the homestead laws only passed A bill to Increase tbe pnsum of the widow of General Emory was passed notwithstanding Mr Cheadles attempt to filibuster The army ap propriation bill was ctrattderej and at 5 pm tbe Uonse adjourned Washisotos Feb E Senate -- The naval appropriation bill was reported with amend ments and placed on the calendar The Senate bill to remove tbe bar of the statute of limita tion as to certain claims for compensation for horses and other property lost in the service of the United States was reported from the Com mittee on Military Affairs Several district bills were pissed A number of resolutions were sgree1 to The House bill to quiet titles on Dcs Moines river lands was debated and passed The legislative appropriation bill was considered A mesage from tbe President on Samoan affairswas read and a number of private pension bills passed At 333 p m the Senate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A ewe on Mr John E Baldwins farm is successfully rearing three lambs of one birth N S Dudley sold at auction at Flemingsburg on court day four bead of registered Jerseys at an average of 7523 per head ditor of The Climax It B Buudrum bought of Dr Miller 600 barrels of corn With acres to feed it on at 186 a lot of 160 per barrel Winchester Democrat E J Hlggins of Fayetteville Tenn sold SO mules In three weens for Two carloads were purchased by Gentry Bro9 of Lexington 0- Will Robb boUKht of W H Cuuning ham a lot of 125 pound hogs at 4 cents also a similar lot of Abe Renick at the same price Winchester Democrat Hamilton Mellon has a mare mule that he will match next county court day wiih any one who has a like animal aud set a price give or take S M Prvor sold two good specimens of bis berkshire breeding to Collins Parsons weighing 1350 lbs the male 750 and the female 600 They were from his breeding herd Keutuckiau Citizen Pontiac black stallion eight years old by Peru Gonier has been purchased by Milton Young from Dwyer Â¬ Brothers great for S6000 racer aud Mild 517000 Tile Hutchiusou farm of 75 acres at Hutchinson Station sold at Master immissioners stile Weduetday to Jas McLeod at 12575 per acre Mr McLeod bought tbe property for his eon iu law toil Jacoby who will remain in business at t lie citation A large crowd in town but little ttck About 100 head of cat I loon the market nud generally sold but at low prices A few medium aud yearliugs at 3 to 3 cents Some broke mules at fair prices No horses sold publicly Keutuckiau Citizen Pontine was a at one time for Lexington Press Paris Court D L Moore has sold his distillery and 361 acres of laud in Mercer county to J S aud M Dowliug of Anderson couuly for 535000 cabh Mr Moore dbpoaet of his distillery iu order to give his entire attention to the estate of the late W 11 McBrayer or which he is executor The large tract of coal and timber laud containing 900 acres advertised fur sale in the Danville Advocate by S V Rowland C S Nield and Geo Givens watild Wednesday at PittsCalnrrh originate in scrofulius taint burg Laurel county and bought by Hoods Hir partita purifies the blond W F Evans C S Nield aud George and thus permanently cures catarrh Givens for 15000 PERKIXS Richmond has always had two ways Irvine one by Waco and the other known as the upper Irvine road passing through Speedwell and crossing Drowning Creek at a place now called Little Rock Until the Irvine pike was constructed the upper road to Estill was the main road and was the most used The distance by this route was about the same as by Waco and the crossing of Drowning Creek was always safe and easy The surveys heretofore made show that the upper road is the best way for a railroad from Richmond to Irvine The country through which this route would pass is a good agricultural country cat- Â¬ tle sheep hogs and grain will hunt a market over this way The sand about which so much has been said and written abounds on this route and the potters clay which is about Waco also abounds about the Upper Crossing of Drowning Creek The timber on this line is more abundant and better than by any other way and Jackson county can furnish coal in abundance at a point not exceeding six miles from the Upper Crossing of Drown- Â¬ ing Creek besides if this route is adopt- Â¬ ed the entire trade of Jackson county will be brought to the railroad which trade will be lost if this is not done This should be considered by the Company and doubtless will The greatest obstacle to overcome on the Waco line is the crossing of Drowning Creek The road will doubtless be built on the best and cheapest route and if this is done then the great cost of get- Â¬ ting over the hills of Drowning Creek on tlve lower route can be obviated by crossing the creek at Little Rock or what is better known as the Upper Crossing of Drowning Creek If it will cost 100000 to cross on the line by Waco then it will cost but one fifth as much to bridge the creek at the Upper Crossing A careful and most correct survey has been heretofore made for a railroad to Irvine and those who did this work se- Â¬ lected the upper route being influenced by the ease and cheapness with which the road could be constructed down to Drowning Creek and across the same and thence out of the hills around this creek and thence to Irvine The line by way of Waco has not one single advantage over the upper way The Speedwell route can offer an thing which Waco can and in addition points to Drowning Creek and gives you a cheap easy and secure crossing and offers also the trade of Station Camp Creek and of Jackson county The lriends of the line only ask an honest fair investigation and they will be 11 satisfied with the result Â¬ Â¬ 8 Lucus i Frank J Cheuev makes oath that member of the firm of to he is the senior Satate of Ohio CityopTolkdo Counvy 8 C F Cheney dointr business lu the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by tbe use of s Halls Catakiui FRANK J CHENEY Curb Sworn to befoie me and subscribed In my presence thhi Gtli day of Decem- Â¬ ber 6 j The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing1 Ever Shown in Richmond We have iust 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 our line at LOWER ES seal - W GLEASON Xolarary IhibUe Halls OATARim Cure is taken in- Â¬ ternally and acts directly 011 the blond and mucus surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY S7Sold 34 37 CO Toledo Ohio by Druggists 75 cents MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Mr Ed Million of Madison aud Miss Jennie Kennedy of Garrard was omitUd from The Cli Â¬ max by an oversieht The wedding occurred at Old Paint Lick church El- Â¬ der M Elliott officiating The atten dants were Mr Chris Tudor aud Miss Josie Kennedy A number of Madison people were present The groom is a son of Squire Green B Million ami the last single one of the family of seven One sister married Mr Samuels last year and another shier married Mr S D Parrisli the yeur before So one by oue and year by year they have all made the matrimonial venture Â¬ flUX ffiR BOUGHT THEM AT BE FORE Our aim is to sell vou goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces All the Latent Styles in Suits reoats o in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will lit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout A BEAT3TXFUX LINE OF HATS CAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES cga Q DIED- - Mrs Florence Chcuault wife of C D Chenault died iu Richmond Ky on Sunday afternoon February 10h IStO Her babe was still born on Wednesday The funeral ociurrtd from the reti denceon Monday and the burial in the cemetery Deceased was a daughter of H B Dillingham Mrs Emily Stevens wife of Hub Irani Stevens and si ter of Mr H ury or uiciitiioml UHrgi1 died near Bmtucsuoriiugli in tlark county Ky on Weiliie diy February 8th lSbO aged 45yeats The burial occuind lu the Winchester cemetery Deceased was a strict membei of the Prenbyteri an Church Mrs SallleA Wagers died at her home ueur Elliston Madison county Ky on Saturday February 9lh 1SS9 at an advanced age priilmil 75 years old The btitial ociutrtdou t undtty in the futility burying grmnid Df ceased was a widow of Ambrose Wagers who was noted plow manufacturer aud died before the war A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods RELIGIOUS embracing all of the Latest Things to hs Found in a First Class TaS oring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all department We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as is complete TO BEAR US OUT adjourned Â¬ AX AGED LAWSUIT SETTLED Forty years ago a suit was brought in the Breathitt Circuit Court which was never finally decided until the recent term of that court During the long period of forty years the case had many lawyers and judges and clerks and sheriffs and courts Yet it was about an insignificant piece of land only 27 acres One lawyer was only a year old when the suit was brought but lived to grow gray in the profession while it was on the docket The Court of Appeals rendered a decision thirty four years ago but it would seem by no means a final one Jndge Belvard J Peters of ML Sterling who long since retired from the bench of the Court of Appeals was in his young days a lawyer in the case Considering the amount of land in controversy and the length of time required to dispose of it we are reminded of the New York Texas and Mexican Railway which is only thirty miles long Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ House On motion of Mr Barnes Ga the Senate amendment in tbe nature of a substi tute was concurred in to the House bill rela tive to the judicial districts of Georgia As agreed to the biU creates the northeastern di vision of the Southern Judiciary District of Georgia and provides for the holding of U10 court at Augusta Ga Tho conference report was agreed to on a bill for tho relief of David Merriwether of Kentucky The army appro priation bill was considered and passed The agricultural appropriation bill was also passed At S p el the House took a recess till JO p m the night session being detoted to private pension bills Washisotos Feb 8 Sbsate In the Senate tbe credentials of Mr Ransom of North Carolina were presented and filed The bill to establish a U S Court in Indian Territory was considered The fortifications bill was passed The Union Paciflc funding bill was discussed Conferees were appointed on the direct tax bill At 3 2a p m the Senate adjourned HOUSE In the House a number of unimport ant bills were passed The post offloe appro priatkra bill was taken up and at 519 p m the House adjourned 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tee Senate Committee on Military Af Â¬ fairs has reported a bill to retire General Rosecranj with the rank of Brigadier Rev Thomas Crumpton the oldest Mr John Biirrus and Miss Jimmie Episcopal rector is still active in service Kinatzar were married Wednesday at Pittsburg although he is in his 91st February 5th iSSo it the home of the year bride by Rev J X Iton of the M E Rev Boyd Vincent was consecrated church Bishop for the Southern Diocese of Ohio EDEXTOX at St Pauls church Cincinnati by Bish- Â¬ op Spaulding of Colorado the Senior Miss Rinda Fain of Estill county is Bishop of the United States assisted by visiting friends licre Bishop T U Dudley of Kentucky Several fine rafts of logs passed down The protracted meeting that was to the river on this tide have begun at the Methodist church in Sam Nance of Paint Lick passed here this place Sunday was postponed till the the other day from Tyrone Anderson first Sunday in March at which time Rey Harry Henderson of Versailles county loaded with farming implements ill be present and on Monday following Alex Short and Dan Reed of Jessa Rev Mr MeansJof Xicliolasville will mine county were arrested for stealing preach meat from Wilson Parker a nd were tried before Judge Phillips They were found Harper for February guilty and held in S150 bond Not a dull page mars the editorial department iu Harpers Magazine for - DOYLESYILLE February George William Curtis tells fionie reminiscences of a dinner given There was a Gypsy fortune teller here by Thackeray at old Delmonicos Monday William Dean Howells reviews the Mr John Thompson is very near blind life work lof Walt Whitman apropos or the poets lutest volume with sore eyes Novem lier Boughs aud then makes what Born to the wife of Shelby lett Febhe calls a zigzag approach to great ruary 8U1 a ten pound boy Norwegian poet and speaks of the Singing school will begin next Monday variety of Bjornsijerne Bjorusons week by Professor Edwards greatness Serious thought along with There was a grand hop at Mr Bill characteristic grace and lightness is Wellss Thursday night All had a jolly woven into the texture of Charles Dudley Warners eseay in the Editors time Â¬ Â¬ Louisville By Olnver Tobacco Market Durrelt Louisville Ware nouse lobacco Sales ou our market for the week ju t closed amount to 2S44 hhiN with receipts for the same pennd 1557 lihds ales 011 our ninrket since Jan uary 1st amount to 145S3 hhds Sales of thecroporiSSS to date amount to 14SVJ hlius Our market has ben very active during the week and we find it proper to advance quotations The oflerings have been largely of the common and medium grades and have been decid edly better Willi favorable weather conditions recelpta would likely be targe here at an early date The following quotations fairly rop resent our market ou Burley tobaoco Trash Dark ami damaged tobacco SoU to 500 Colory Trash S450 to S650 Common Lugs not colory 350 to 500U 01 MS 41 IAD AT PEICES ptt we are II MAT IE HATE SAID With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of Yery Eespectfully same OOYINGTON MITCHELL TJZJJLJST 2X3 TTESS ST ES1 Sis oti LIVS Colory Lugs 0 50 to SS50 Commou Leaf Sfi00 to SS 00 Med in 111 to good leaf S 50 In 51400 Select or wrappcry leaf S1400 to WE UAVE AGAIN OPENED UPOlR CHEAP CO UNTEII AND STOCK MABKBT EEPOST By GREENK EM11RY LI r Stock ComniiHion Merchant at Clticlu uali Union Stuck YnnNarul Covinglon Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio Feb 11 1SS9 This city has lost its music Mr John General A House bill proposes to give WaldenJr has sold his banjo to Mr him the rank of Major General A portrait of Abraham Lincoln Thomas Moore has been offered to the V S Government Owen white son of Ben White of for 51500a Jobs Chapivs was fatally stabbed by Garrard county is very low of brain fever and not expected to get well TTd McNally at Pigeon Creek W Vn Judge A TV Bucker was arrested and Miss Lulie Hisle who has been visiting fined at Denver CoL for assaulting an ed Â¬ relatives in Winchester has returned home itor named Arklns Timer persons were arrested at Logans accompanied by her cousin Miss Walker port Ind charged with illegal voting Bradley White Caps in Virginia Drawer In the same department pears a poem and a iwirtrait of James Whitconib Riley H W McVickar who now draws exclusively for Harpers publications makes the illustration for A Colonial Valentine a charm ap- Â¬ Â¬ ing bit of verse by Clinton Scollard Newest wit is found in the collection of Facts and Fancies It REAL ESTATE EXC1IAXGE Hxteral persons bare been STATE OFFICIALS whipped by Â¬ Governor B B Euckuer Lieutenant Governor J W Bryan Secretary of State O MAdams Aesistaut Secretary of State Willis Ringo KENTUCKY DEMOCRATS INVITED TO ATTEND THE TARIFF REFORM CON- Â¬ VENTION AT CHICAGO Private Secretary to Governor W RUriflltli Attorney General P W Hardin Auditor Fayette Hewitt Assistant Auditor Virgil Hewitt Treasurer 8 G Sharp Clerk James HnwKina Superintendent Public Jnstrucln m H Smart Librarian Ed Porter Thompson Clerk Walker Peters State Geologist John R Procter Marriage teems to hare knocked all Secretary E A Fellmor Inspector of tbe fan out of French Tipton He used Mint C J Norwood to give us a splendid Thin Column Public Priuter and Binder E Polk which fairly sprung the cojuran rules Johnson with humor Now Ths Climax drop Penitentiary Officers Warden Ed w in on us a flat as a spelling book Tip H Taylor Depuly Wardeu George give your ubtcriberca TMn Column Taylor or give them a St50 the next Tjcttthing Railroad Commissioners L ASpald to liberty Bourbon News ng W B FJemlpg John F Hager Â¬ The American Tariff Reform League with headquarters at Chicago has called a convention to meet in that city February 19 20 and 21 and cordially invites all who are interested in the great work of tariff reform without regard to party affiliations to meet and co oporate with it Believing that the Democrats of Kentucky almost to a man are reformers I beg to call your attention to this meeting and urge the attendance of as many as can possibly so Kentucky who proudly boasts of such great reform leaders as Wat terson Carlisle and Beck is ex- Â¬ pected to be well represented All who purpose going should at once notiiy the Corresponding Secretary of the League the Hon JohnZ White No 115 Monroe street Chicago and also advise me Democratic papers thorough out the State will please copy Very respetfullv M C ALFORD Chairman Democratic State Central Committee Â¬ Â¬ Joe Desha Pickett ClerksE C Went and E D Pickett Register Land Office Tlios H Cor bett Deputy Hal Corbett Commiseioner of Insurance L C Norman Deputy CoturoUbiouer Hen Â¬ ry F Duncan Clerks J A Conns and George P Gillum Adjutant General Samuel E Hill Abeistant Adjutant General S rJ An Â¬ derson Supeiintendent Arvenal W G Thompson State Inspector of Public Trusts Reuben A Miller Clerk Court Appeals Sam M Gaines Deputy Clerk Superior Court Thomas G Poore Kerceant G A Robertson Tirn tafl J McAuliiX Frebldint Jutie Superior Court James H Bowdn Judge J H Buwden J Barlmur J Q Ward Sergeant J E Kane TipMulf John Comr Agriculture Horticulture and Statisiiw Char lea Y Wilson Cbelf Justice Court of Appeals J H Lewis Judge W 8 Pryor Casi well Bennett J If Lewia W HH lt Reporter E V Hiuw Clerk Court Appeals Thomas J Heniy Deputy Mr James Miller and Miss Carrie L The following list of desirable prop Â¬ Hisle of College Hill were married last erty has been placed in our hands for Thursday evening at 3 oclock Rev D sale We will take pleasure in show Â¬ P Ware officiating ing the same and quoting terms and prices A new two story brick metal roof KMKSVILLE Residence situated on West Main Maple sjrup best and largest crop ever street rooms large and conveniently known located gas water works hot air fur- Â¬ Born to the wife of E G Mutli a nace good cistern stable and iu every way a desirable home daughter Two cheap houses on East Main Matrimonial market here on a boom street four rooms each and kitchen Keep it up boys Terms easy 200 Acres of good Blue Grass Laud Mrs E Mutli of Paris is visiting the large Residence near school and B F Tevis family of church Everything a farmer could Born to the wife of Jno F White a desire son James Field White An unimproved lot on High street J W Wilmore has moved into his next to J J Brooks residence 200 palatial store room and has an excellent feet front aud 255 feet deep desirably located Size of lots to suit purchaser stock of groceries A new two story Frame Residence Messrs James and Collins Coy have on West Main street ten rooms a opened up a 6tock of groceries and dry desirable borne goods at Round Hill Seventeen unimproved Building Miss Dora Denton and Mr Sam Lots lu Lyman addition nine lots Cochran of Garrard county were mar sold Cheapest lots iu Richmond 4 ried on February 7th to 510 per foot Two slory Frame Residence seven Mrs Mary Cosby of Louisville and Mrs Wra WiUerson or Lexington are rooms two cisterns good barn and large lot on Lancaster Avenue visiting Mrs C C Chrisman A one and one half story Frame Farmers well pleased all in cood humor Cottage in Estill addition just com- Â¬ icehouses all lull and mint juleps c pleted cheap will be in order next summer A oue story Double Frame Dwelling Miss Lela Broaddus and Boyd Brosddus House on lot 100 feet front 212 feet were united in the bonds of double cussed- - deep 011 Irvine street near R R ness February 7th at Richmond crossing A good investment A nice little Cottage Home for a Messrs Ben and Jave Simmons have opened up a stoclTof general merchandise small family on North street Two story Frame Residence with in the Masonic Lodge store room basement well located and desirable Rumor says one of our prominent mer 400 Acres of well improved farming chants will wed a young lady of Missouri lauds olght miles South east of RichHe is a good Walker and will Carry mond weight and influence with him in his suit Six unimproved Building Lots well for the young ladys hand located 00 feet by ISO to 190 feet with Ladies of Kirksville are very entcrpris- - alley at back Two new Frame metal roof Resi ing Will give a Hipper on February 19th to have sidewalks through this lively city dences fclx and eight rooni9 new de Â¬ All should patronize this supper They signs and just completed ou good size will dispense their usual hospitality at lots well located Two unimproved Lots In Crew addithe low sum of 25 cents tion you desire to sell or buy call When an editor dies he goes to a coun Â¬ try where he has nothing to do but read on us for terms dull exchanges forever without rest Respectfully Lexington Observer Hjaitu Powblu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fair to Good 4 00 4 common ana itougn 3 oojg 3 to extra Jxen uood 3 503 3 fair to uooa uxen 3 ooff 3 Common and Rough 2 22 BUTCHER CATTLE uoou to extra 3 75 4 Fair to Good 3 5o 3 extra rat steers t 40M 1 Fair to Good Steers 2 75 3 000a to extra Lowt 3 oog 3 uooa cows 2 25 2 ratr to common cous 1 com 2 Cows and Oxen Rough 1 00 I BULLS s 2 75 uesi snipping Best Bologna 2 to8 2 Fair Bologna 2 Fair to Good Feeders 2 00 2 Common and Thin 1 1 25 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers f 3 6o 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 23Q 3 uooa 10 extra neners 2 50 2 Common and Thin Stackers i eo 2 COWS AND CALVES uesi uraues j 45 00 50 Fair to Good 35 00A40 Common 20 0030 Best Veal Calves 6 75 S 7 Fair to Good 55 Common and Heavy 3 oG 3 HOGS Select Butchers 4- 70 4 Fair to Good Packers 4 50Q 4 Good to Extra Lights 75 4 4 Light Pigs 4 75 4 SPRING LAMBS Extra 6 oo 6 Common to Good 4 oo 4 SHIPPING CATTLE s 4 izm uooa to extra O PBNING OF o a Far lore Extensive Scale 4 o 15 50 75 25 75 Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to all of our customers and friends who may take advantage and we ofler 1JSr 3LSE7 SS5ASON in our stock on the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rates 00 7 o 25 25 75 OVERCOATS AND 00US FROM EYERY DEPARTMENT 00 25 Silks Woolen Dress Goods Calicoes ooi oo 60 25 15 75 S5 Cottons Hosiery Underwear inter Clothing Hats Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Yeiling o 75 25 00 00 00 00 5 KID GLOYES ETC ETC ro FTjRirisEiira goods LARGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO 0UK 75 70 h5 b5 Large Line 51 Wraps OF LL DESCRIPTIONS 35 25 Jlaay peculiar point i make Hoods Sar saparilla superior to all other medicines xccullar in combination proportion and preparation of Ingredients Hoods Sarsaporllla possesses tXVthe full curative- value of best known remedies tho vegetable king- dom strength recullar In XlT teU MVUVU1J h r saparilla which can truly clno of r fc One Hundred Doses be said C One SDalar Medicines In iTi i and smaller a c - require larger doses andbottles do not produce as gjod results as floods recullar In Its medicinal merits Hoods SarsaparUla acomjdishes cures hith erto unknown and has tho title of Tho grearest blood purioer ever ulscove Pecullarin its cood muno home there Is sou Minora of Hoods Sarsaparilla Lowell a jr other Lsr recullar In its pbeuome- nal record of sales V abroad jC to otbsr preparation srei attained such popu - LOWEST PRICES WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE - S S Suits to Order From Samples nskes lew larkets Meb FIT GrXJA ItAlfTEEI r We will make you a suit to order from 15 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS X3J0 C3S ES3S3JS3 VAKIBT IPAIFIEJIR VK ALSO HAVE AS QOIENSK 6T00K OF fw6YXl tv r-A-LI- Li SS ly Saad Do fcjC iso retUned ene 1H C0Bj its popularity among all etesaea inert a tine STIlTTTiRRS Ve laLU THH OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE IS RICHMOND FIRST gT - WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YOV CHEAPER THAN FvTSR BEFORlf KNOWN but be sure to get Eoldbrilldroggljtj cot be tnduecd to ha r other r reparatioits Peculiar Medicine stMtdtastly Daily apllS tf New Goods Put on the Counter Respectfully BIf Moods Sarsaparilla fOO Dosos Ono Dollar gljixforji Prepared only LI0O3AO0AitbearIeLoweMas Clfill BEMMTT k URMSTON 292S Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1889 Home in Kirktville to rent See ad There was a hop at the Garnett House Thursday night A Commercial Club was billed for or- Â¬ ganization last night Quarterly Court is in session this week Judge Chenault presiding Sixty acre farm for sale See adver tivement of N B Deatherage The M R B Club will give a great wide hop in the Tevis block Fr idajr night The three inch snow last week came as an accompaniment to the three inch ice Marriage Licenses for Jannary Charles Norrel and Belle Johnson John Baker and Marine TodJ 1 w Curry and Alice Lone Lman PatrirV- and Annie Dixon Zack Simpson and Alice Coy Jas T Moore and Elizabeth Wallace J B Thompson and Nannie A Blions J C B Goens and Alice N Mize D D Warner and Clide Teater H S Gay and Lizzie A Todd EJgsr Tudor and Emma Poer Wm Coving- Â¬ ton and Elizabeth A Gentry Wm M Ross and Dora Cotton Geo Lowrey and Martlia Baker E B Snowden and Candies Freeman W G Bicknell and Davie Gentry L P Barreck and Nan nic Perkins Albert E Yelton and Grace Million R T Whitaker and Jimmic W J Gooch and Sallie M Jenkins Larie E P Million and Jennie C Ken- Â¬ nedy Kentuckys First Born The Harrodsburg paper was joked some time since for publishing a quilt being made in Shelby so many years before the State was settled and now the Harrodsburg Democrat tells of Marian Kyle colored of that county being 115 years old having been born in Garrard county in 1772 a slave of Bledtoes It is shown that he could not have been born in Garrard before 17S0 as the first settlement there was at that date by the Bledsoe One of them was Judge Jesse Bledoe who lived here in Park as Cir- Â¬ cuit Judge and was once US Senator The first child born in Kentucky was at Boonesboro in 1777 and was son of Monk Estill a slave of the Estills Monk after Capt Estill was killed packed James Berry who was wounded for 25 miles Monk was for this made the first freed negro in Kentucky He had three wives and thirty children Paris Kentuckian Citizen R E Baugh to Emily Stone 5 acres acres W V W S Moore to A W Creekmore 43 300 B Haley to Lion Lamb 7 acres acres 300 II P Long to Charles acres 1450 Tobe W Green to S acres M James B Young to Thomas Hill 175 G T Embry to Hisle Searcy 40 Cottonr iS 36 P Robinson 10 JGreen Coto James Leech 67 acres 85500 W S Norris to A S Hisle 104 acres 1000 Joel Todd to Lincoln Kirby 31 acres 282 Joel Todd to A Kerby 15 acres Joel Todd to Lizzie Todd 2 acres R M Hagan to P G Parrish acres JM 223 100 113 After the third Monday in March 1S5S six inch ice was gathered in Madison county Ice has been put up every day the past week It ranged in thickness lrom 24 to to 3 indies m 4093 Smith to Isaac Agee 2 acres S D Parrish to N Crain 60 or 70 acres 420 R B Duersonto W F Fish 6y acres 3442 F Hood was in town yesterday looking reasonably weJi after his long and Dr J S356 Joe C Adams to Jno D Harris 90 x TOWN LOTS dangerous illness P M Pope has a word to say about plows and other farming implements tin- Â¬ ware W W Pigg to A R Burnam 6000 C B McCord to T E Baldwin 5000 C D Chenault to D R Forman 1750- - freling the cold air The train arrived over the Monon about 1130 oclock and drew up at the First street depot where it will be on exhibition until 4 oclock this afternoon Mr C W Coffin is the conductor in charge The Monon Company exhibited it yesterday at Lafayette Ind and 1000 people went tnrough it When it arrived at Louisville fully 2000 people were waitinc at the depot to go through it Two thirds of the crowd were ladies Mr Frank J Reed city passenger agent of the Monon at Chicago showed The Times railroad reporter its beauty The first two cars were sleepers The Trini- Â¬ dad and The Calmar Each contain ed twelve sections drawing rooms and toilet rooms for ladies and gentlemen They are finished in mahogony and car- Â¬ peted and upholstered in blue silk velvet By the side of each berth is an electric light by which theoccupint may see to read at night should he feel so disposed Then every car containes a small nicely assorted library The Ponce De Leon is the dining car and is furnished with all ihe usual and well known conveniences The Atzlan is a composite car It con tains the apparatus for generating and operating the electric lights a barbor shop bath room and smoking room The L N company will exhibit the train at Nashville Montgomery and Birming- Â¬ ham Louisville Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Open Letter BorxESBOBOuair KYDec 24 18SS This is to certify that Iuifered with my kidneys and back fmni the year 1875 In 18S0 and wiih often Confined to my bed when iu the year of 16 S0 I called on Dr T B Smith who told me to use four bottled of Smiths Kidney Tonic and if It didnt cure me he would forfeit 50 in gold I accepted his proposition and used two bottles as directed and it effected a permanent cure I have uever had the least symplous or pain Iu my back since and kidneys are iu a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ dition I believe Smiths Kidney Touic the greatest medicine on earth for sale by W G White Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ 31- mond Ky Oranges are now being moved from Florida in the eame mauner as potatoes The cars are piled about three feet deep Paper Is ruu around the sides of the car and the floor is cover- Â¬ ed with fine marsh grass These car- Â¬ loads ot loose oranges now come regularly to Baltimore from Orlando on the South Florida railroad They have attracted much attention at Calvert Station where they are uuloaded This new method of moving them does away with tho old idea of wrapping them in paper aud excluding the air much as possible Several varieties come in a car partitions being put up The last car to Baltimore contained 42000 oranges and had been six days making the trip The freight on the lot was 165 Baltimore Sun Â¬ Â¬ Tifciill IT T11 if Mm JSmP QbbeSPb We Have Again Added to Our Usual Large Stock an Smiths Kidney Tonic Nathaniel Tevis to wliiclii we invite tlie inspection of everybody Come and give ns a call we will save yon money and sliow yon tlie NEWEST AND BEST STYLES AND VALUES EVER SHOWN IN BICHMONDWe have also an entire NEW LINE of LACE CURTAINS PLUSHES and PONGEE DRAPERIES for CURTAINS Come and see me - c See ad We Point With Pride C M Taylor to Nancy Tribblc The prettiest maple sugar we have seen for many a day was made this season by Mr Marion Todd Phelps call your attention to their remarks on plows gear c eke where in this issue Brcck J T Shackelford Feeney 150 Sjioo M Co to Louisa T S Bronston to C S Powell 2000 L E Francis c to J S Wallkcr 690 L L E Francis c to II Zeiman 132 E Francis to Cornelia Cornelison Curtis foi the past three years in the Revenue office in this place has gone South to reside permanently M T 5or Mr V J Rayburn will ha e a large sale of personal property and a farm on Tuesday February 19th See ad Sheriff J W Bales has rented of Mrs Lena Fox her residence on Smith Ballard street and removed to it for the year The Climax has printed for a Rich- mond lawyer two thousand deeds Does this not look as if a real estate boom were through the head death resulting almost expected right soon instantly Fair Association to Brooks Evans Sad And Fatal Accident 9400 Nancy Wearren to J McCotlon Kirks Judge Charles II Breck of this place was called to St Louis on Saturday by villc 1800 L J and L A Frazee to S E Chen- Â¬ telegraphic announcement that his brother Ed C Breck assistant cashier of the ault 2400 D C Lyman to J S Walker 950 Commercial Bank of that citv was dead C S Powell to Maud L Wardroper Judge Breck found that his brother hsd reached home about midnight and in 270 C S Towell to J E Dykes 260 walking across the room in the dark stum- Â¬ C S Powell to S L Tudor 250 bled over a broom fell and a pistol in his S D Parrish to Berry Wallace overcoat pocket discharged and shot him 537- - I The deceased was about 55 year old a There is at least one consolation in not having an opera house or theatre in native of Richmond and left here before Richmond dont have to be bored with the war Ac resided for a time at Savan-- Uncle na Mo where he lost heavily by the war Toms Cabin Removing to St Louis he became cashier Dirt has been broken on the foundation of the Exchange Bank and more recently of the new opera house building on the went to the Commercial Bank He was a PigC lot Mr A R Burnam Co will man of fine business qualifications lived in do a grand wotk for the town in the erec Â¬ comfort with an interesting family had tion of such a house the respect and esteem of his neighbors and the confidence of the business men of We have seen the plans of an exceed- Â¬ the city His death is a sad one ingly handsome brick residence to be erected in the near future by Mr Samuel Missouris Kentucky Governor Bennett on the vacant lot on Main street We read with pleasure and pride the opposite the Christian church tribute to Gov David R Francis of in Mr Hiram Jett offers for sale his resi Missouri At his first reception he nis dence and fifty acres of land two miles wife and her six bright sons captured the It is told of the Governor that in from Richmond on the Otter Creek turn- callers pike It is a portion of the Squire P T Boone county Mo when he was election- Â¬ Here comes Bill Phelps place and in tine condition See eering he was told Small wood a character who was born as advertisement you were in Madison county Ky You J A Higgins has at his grocery on mutt pretend to know him well So Main Street specimens ot wares manuGov to be Francis called out Glad to factured from potters clay You cannot see you Bill looking and doing so well look at those beauties of workmanship Missouri beats our old Kentucky home and say there is nothing about Waco or Yes said Bill but Kentucky is great Speedwell for a railroad to haul on raising men for other States Dave glad A life size crayon portrait of Mr John slapping Gov F on on the back After C Miller it now to be seen in the parlor to know you are to be Governor n the fellow of Madison Club It is the work of Mr they parted bill said D I never knew him but he cant beat me Millers nephew Mr Malcolm Lacke Gov Francis married into and evidences a rare amount of artistic on courtesy skill as it is sketched from a photograph one of the oldest families in Missouri and the original subject combined and is Mrs Francis great grandfather Judge Erickson having been State Treasurer not the work of any instrument near Co years ago Paris Kentuckian Paroled Who Were They John Turner sent to the penitentiary A correspondent of The Climax from this county four years ago for twenty one years for manslaughter was writes that four or five years ago a paroled by the commissioners of the man and wife were driving in a buggy Sinking Fund at their monthly meeting to the Richmond Fair Near the Fair Ground gate two men and a woman were last Wednesday seated on their horses talking in rather Their Mao Among Us an animated way One of the men said Messrs W E Grinstead Co whole Â¬ to the otlicr get down and we will settle sale grocers Louisville are represented by tins matter here They jumped to the T D Chestnut who resides at the Hagan ground and one knocked the other down place near Silver Creek Mr Chestnut The bottom man drew a knife opened it will be in Richmond every county court with his teeth and cut his opponent sev- Â¬ day and between courts will visit the eral times the opponent seizing a rock county merchants at their stores A and striking the man who had the knife good firm represented by a good man At this moment the lady in the buggy hi bolder rushed between the combatants held A Big Bond them apart and begged them to cease The Irvine Eagle of last Friday says fighting saying to the man with the knife Hon John Bennett of Richmond was on most likely you have a poor mother who Monday appointed by county Judge Ben- Â¬ does not know what you are doing and ton and endorsed by the Court of Claims would be heart broken to hear you had as trustee to hold in trust the bonds of killed a man To the other man she Estill county voted to aid of the R K made a similar appeal and the fight stop- Â¬ B R R until said road complies ped The correspondent pays a glowing I with Estill county and entitled to receive tribute to the heroism of the lady and the bonds closes by expressing a desire to know the names of the men For Superintendent of Public Schools Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Mr W T Richmond B Williams of Irvine is in Mr W O Chenault Attorney at Law Mt Sterling is a candidate for County Attorney of Montgomery Mr D Breck McDowell of Indianapolis after an absence ot a number of years is visiting his mother on Lancaster Ave- Â¬ nue Â¬ Miss Susie Cromwell of this county has returned from a visit to Mrs J B Mc Crcary in Washington City and we are sorry to learn that she is quite sick Lex- Â¬ ington Gazette Mrs Rutherford Blanton gave a hen party last week to meet Mrs Prof Preston A novelty was introduced the guests all bringing their knitlin and spending the evening Gen Cassius M Clay will visit Wash- Â¬ ington this month The General has not been to the National Capital since he was Minister to Russia during Mr Lincolns Administration Kentucklan Citizen Mr G W Kildow formerly a student of Central University but recently in the South western Presoyterian University at Clarksville Tenn is here on a short stay and will go to Iowa Park Texas for an indefinite sojourn Mrs P F Adams of Waco who spent a month in Richmond under medical treatment for a chronic trouble has gone home entirely restored and is nnbounded in her praise of physicians and numerous ladies who were kind to her Mr W H McCarty and wife late of were in Nicholasville now of Irvine Richmond on Wednesday Mr McCar- Â¬ ty is the editor of the new paper The Eagle is a four page 38 coIumn paper that the people of Estill should subscribe for read with profit and be happy The Kentucky Central Railroad Com- Â¬ pany has contracted for suit of offices in the new Chamber of Commerce building Cincinnati Large veins of red and yellow ochre of the Tmest quality lie within a few miles of Irvine near river transportation and close to the line of the new railroad Eagle It is said that the Kentucky Central Mrs Amanda T Million is announced elsewhere in this issue of Tub Climax as a candidate for re election to the office of County Superintendent of Public Mrs Million has filled the oSce admirably well and now asks an endorsement at the hands of the people by a re election according to the time honored custom of the county Democ Â¬ racy Schools An Aged Lady Uonc mother of Conductor James Win- Â¬ The ston of the Kentucky Central died re Â¬ 800 Long to James Malear 80 acres cently in Bourbon county aged 88 years Jesse W 1200 Â¬ She was a niece of the founders of Bry to James W Stotts 7 ants Station and her mother rode horse Â¬ John Masters acres 100 back from North Carolina to Kentucky Stephen K Ashley to G M Lumpskin in the old pioneer days being a niece of 130 acres 2250 Daniel Boone and sister of General Grant Geo Teater to A F Teater 30 acres of Revolutionary fame Jacob T Bryant 400 relative of Mrs Winston born in Fayette R W Hill to John Witt 6 acres 200 county died at Fulton Missouri recently Geo W Lewis to James M Owens 25 aged 89 years acres 300 Richard Herber to Hiram Asbcll To Hare Gai Again City Council and the Gas Company acres 700 The Jas P Prather to Robert A Noel 32 have come to an understanding and the gas posts will be lighted again as soon as acres 820 R A Noel to W H Bogie xx S300 the needed improvements can be perfected Morris Long to W A Moberley 13 new consum- Â¬ at the works A number of 200 ers have recently been added and the new ncres S F Todd Mary J Fry to W C are inadequate hotel coming on the works t to the demand and are to be at once So acres 1500 Jas P Prather to W H Bogie 15 double cepacited The price agreed upon is 10 cents per ceres 300 James H Witt to Wm Warner S acres post per night for the nights the posts are lighted which wHl amount to about i8 SS5 J V Tussey to W T Cotlon 8 acres per year Let the City Fathers be ap Â¬ plauded Railroad Company has purchased the Rogers homestead property on the West side of the railroad near the Lit He Tunnel Real Estate Transfers at Covington This gives it about forty For the month of January 1889 are as acres in that vicinity The machine shops will probably be located there Bourbon follows David Chenault to C L Griggs 72 News acres 2463 The first work on the Louisville South- Â¬ David Chenault to Annie E Grinstead ern railroad in this county was commenc- Â¬ 29 acres 1537 ed Saturday three miles from this city Lyman Parrish to S D Parrish 6S Near that place a camp has been estab- Â¬ acres 500 lished and from now on the work of J T Oldham to J FJohnson 77 acres grading will be pushed to completion as 1500 the right of way is now about clear Lex- Â¬ W CTodd to James Evans 73 acres ington Observer It has at last been definitely decided that the general offices of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company will be re- Â¬ to Cincinnati moved from Louisville March 1st at which time the headquar- Â¬ ters of General Passenger Agent Harry W Fuller and Chief Clerk C B Ryan will be changed to the latter place - to- Â¬ gether with their clericle farce as it at present stands Friday work was begun on the Rich mond Nicholasville Irvine and Beatty ville railroad W T 11 Williams direc- Â¬ tor for Estill county in the railroad man- Â¬ agement has been busy for the past two weeks making proper arrangements for beginning the work Everything being in readiness teams and men engaged and on hand ground was broken this morning on the farm of Mrs Cockrill about four miles above Irvine The force is under charge of Mat Cockrill Esq We are assured that wprk will be continued all summer Estill Eagle The Montezuma special a train ing 200000 arrived in the city this morning from Chicago over the Monon railroad It consisted of four cars two sleepers a dining car and a car which contained the kitchen and the machine or generating electricity with which all the care are lighted These are by far the finest specimens of rolling stock ever exhibited in this city They were built at Pullman Jll It is a com Â¬ plete train and will run three times a month between New Orleans and the City of Mexico over the Sunset route I the Mexican International and the Mex Â¬ ican Central One of the chief points of Interest is that it is a solid train Each car is joined to the other so nassen- gers may pas- - to and from one without coit- - Joseph Tussey to Isaac Tussty Wholesale 35- - 1 acre 3 Assassination Mr John H Miller contribute the following Gov J P Eagle of Arkan Â¬ sas had a brother an uncle and a cousin assassinated ell on the same night and the assassination of Gen Hindman C S Aof Arkansa wiH be readily called to mind If the taking off of the Hon John M Clayton has any political sig Â¬ nificance K would scan that the Demo Â¬ crats of Arkansas are yet behind on that kind of huskies but had we better not conclude that death love a shining mark in Arkansas especially since all the abo namcd celebrities irrespective of politics were taken off by candlcKght Stanford Journal j acres 300 James Malear to Wm M Bogie 22 acres 900 11 acres - Madison Todd to S Browning Geo J F Stores to John G Galloway Grinstead to Moltie Eikin 117 104 acres 1240 Win Burtoa to M F Bybce ooo acres Joseph Jones to John P West 25 acres f JOO Anderson Lakes to Owen Lakes 50 acres 325 Wm Taj lor to Harry Baldwin 32 acres And always have a bottle of Ackers English Remedy in the house You can not tell how soon Croup may strike your little one or a cold or cough Underwear very cheap at Covington ANNOUNCEMENTS in House to 21- GRAND CLEMHCE SALE Crulcher Mitchells Starks clothiers of Lex- Â¬ may fasten itself Uon you One dose is a preventive aud a few doses a posi Â¬ ington and Frankfort have bought FOU JAILER Dr 8 W Hurst died at Millersburg Oak Hull of Wauuamaker OF Brown tive cure All Throat aud Lung troubles aged 39 years JOHN HWAHEIIS is a caailklato for Jailer of MadlMHi county subject to the ncllou ot yield to its treatment A sample bot Â¬ Residence with six rooms Cistern Louisville the Democratic puny garden 2 lots barn Terms reasonaStetson fine soft hats variety of tle Is given you free and the Remedy a candidate JAMES C LACKEY It is customary for all our people to guaranteed by W G White Prescrip Â¬ styles at Covington Mitchells 21- - Jailer of Madison county Issubject to the forÂ¬ ble Call 011 J Mc Cotton ac36 37 turn out when a circus comes to town tion Druggist DT CHESTNUT tion ot the Democratic party William T Quisenberry a well known It is nlso customary for nil who have SAMUEL niOQEnSTAFF is a candWato ii the Chief of Police Madigau for three citizen of Clark county died last week for Jailer r Madison county subject to 3- For IS years of my Vmttm life iu ever tried Uanters Chicken Cholera action ot tlie Democratic party RieiiBMHMl tlie people of this and al years he has been iu office reports 439 aged 67 years Â¬ Cure to recommend it tn their neighFERKELL Is a candidate for THOMAS S joiniiit eottnlies have been exece iintgly cases tried and fined in Police Court bors It is sold on the plan of The best line of Gloves Iu towu Is to Jailer ot Madison county subject to the t-ac- Â¬ gettero M 10 me by their patronage Uvc tion of the Democratic party 353 of which were colored aud 235 by Stockton w E Grinstead Co S W Cor th whieii I Willis to return my mo4 sineete be touud at Covington Mitchells JOHN HILL is a candldeate for Jailer ot white a difference of 23 81 of the Main St Lovi9ville Ky thank and ho- - to mrit that am 24- Madison county subject to the action of the Mrs Louisa Thurmond mother of uegroes were women The greatest Democratic party I ant Our Mr DT Chestnut will be in liberal patronage in tb future Col Thomas P Hill of Stanford died number of times any one came before J P Gaines sold Saturday to Will AJIlllOADDUSlsa candidate for Jailer Richmond every county court day receiving county subject to the action of Will call on count merchants at their on the 4th inst aged 78 years the Police Judge was 11 for a white Fox a pair of IS hands mules for 235 of Madison 31- the Democratic party CO stores W E GRINSTEAD Winchester Democrat GEOIUiEW MAUPIN is o candidate for My little twn three years of age man aud 8 times for n negro woiuao 35 daily ami iMtvenow in s4ock the larger- of Madison county subject to the A large aud well selected slock of Jailer of tlie Democratic party 31- was terribly afllicted with scrofula The books showed that from February action and most eomptae stock that hag evrr 1889 the time of his Installment to Hat Cups c at reasonable prices at been fcboun in ihia eitv in feet nt His head was entirely covered with FOK ASSESSOR 24- three story haiMinic is packetl rait from Mitchells scrofulous sores and his body showed February 1889 that he had collected Covington cellar to roof Ifeti on or about March A J VILLOUUHBY Is a candidate for mauy marks of the disease A few for flues 2974 82 Winchester Sun Miss Dora D Denton and Mr S D Assessor of Madison county subject to the I will receive two car loads of Wall party action of the Democratic bottles of Ayers Sarsaparilla cured and I have not nxxu to s torw HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT Cochran were married iu Garrard coun- Â¬ AssesMir a candidate WJ HARVEY is subject to foraction of same so I proM e to make room by W J Beckett Hyracra Iud bim ty on the 6th county of Madison the Caunot go hand iu haud if we look on saeririeing my present s4oek so 12- the Democratic party The Lexington Steam Laundry is Ihe dark side of every little obstacle r Covington Mitchell have the lar Â¬ C RTODORLs a candidate for Asser of iTrtflTr AT tttttw nvYMw v Call at Nothing will so darken lifo and make gest and best Hue or Overcoats at very Madison couuty subject to Uwaclton of the here even at your door HQ ilUUil IV Democratic party 3 BJS IE3 IE3 Brighta and leave your culls collars it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackera low price Call aud see them 24- JOELTEMBRYIsacandMBteforAsstNMW Wall Paper ROOil value at 15c MOW 7J Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst c It county subject to tlie action of j3 as laree na some otlierx In Mrs Elizabeth Wolf wife of the of Madison II- the Democratic parly form of Dyspepsia Constipation aud that yi have eeu but he wishes to 2V IJ W W Alexander asie eor of Mer- Â¬ Indigestion and make life a bappiuets County Clerk of Scott died suddenly cf say that hie prif3 correspond with Gilt 3Ue lie vei rrTrenv UU ACAJU1 cer county is dead IUkUUtll citmldtvtDvuuvt me Me ui nr irw- - wT tH jtrm le- - i and pleasure Sold at 25 aud 50 cents heart disease aged 53 years Je aviih U HARRIS Is a candidate for County reived A KTTrr 4 4 5fW J in IVR OF by W U White Prescription Drug- Â¬ Cold Snap If you want a good suit of first class Superintendenttheof Public Schools subject -to 1 uu Imp av I action of Democratic party We will sell you our Heating Stoves gist quality at very low price go to Coving Â¬ the HlATTUUK b HUES ESF Rontere 4c at SHtt eriMeing MRS A T MILLION Inn candidate Torre- - rLUWb this Cold Snap for net cost We have 21- Iu Cincinnati Court James Robin Â¬ ton Mitchells -- 1 1 election to the office of County Sutxrinteud- nrup aiul nil- w grmwv wot bw uuj an unusually large assortment and want son brother of the late John Robinson ent of Public Schools subject to the action -of 35Yours with tuaay thanke Walker Sanders of Scott couuty lliu LKUlucrauc party to muke room for other goods We millionaire circus proprietor who died GEO M WILLGING will sell from Large and Handsome last August petitions to set aside the aged 33 years committed suicide at of every description aud everything the farmer needs Pope Is sole agent IXTKR1K Dfia OWATOK Anthracites at 53500 to rimall Stoves will of his brother and declares that Cullman Alabama i 32 31 Xo J W Main Sr at 250 If you want the benefit ot the petitioner is the only legal heir of Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ Remaiuintr unclaimed in the lost for the celebrated Net Cost dont forget to bring your the vast estate The contestant claims tism or money refunded Price 75c at Ollice nt Richmond Ky week ending Febrnury 12th 1SS9 cash iu your pocket that John Roblnton was never mar- Â¬ Whites Drug Store becoud street Ashley W Y Harven Annie SUACKELFORD GEXTKV 5- It ried to the mother of the three son3 near Garnett House Harnett wm Irvine Ann for which he Keeps a full line of tepairs JJlUI u Johnson Sarah M nr Dmr win Bailejr Straturc u hmti Mrs Mary Henderson was burned to James John aud Gilbert who are teJrRemember he makes lib own owraan George Kanatzar Wm M t death in her home in Covington made the beneficiaries of the will and v Tinware iaii3auuui iiuiiu t innca Burdettc Dollie 2 Martin Mrs U icianui r that besides John Robiusou was of of Danville was killed by a train in Kurnliam Dollic Mabgyer Andrew Thursday night unsound mind when the will was Tennessee Million May Burk Chas X Eaton W B Miller May Money Wanted made 35 31 Stewart J P If jou waut a nice buggy phicton Gragg II H Wanted to borrow 500 nt 10 per cent carriage or Gorden James W Whitteti Shepper rockaway barouche WE CAN AND DO Will give good for twelve inuuths ort Desires to announce that lie kts coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t HallJutlgie collateral security Borrower wants Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it Post Office lintire from 6 a m to 7 opened a new Mr V O Hildreth of Paris won the M Money order and registered letter money for a business in Richmond has been fnlly demonstrated to the peo- Â¬ ple of this country that it is superior to first prize in the oratoral contest of the hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p M Address Ky and couuty all other preparations for blood diseas- Â¬ Ann Arbor law class J B WILLIS P M Geo T C Richmond Ky es It is a ostlve cure for syphilitic It Donelson will make you as good a s s poisoning Ulcers Eruptions and Pim- Â¬ f MR JOHN E GRKENLEAF liai E M Sparks aud Miss Uuice Ham Â¬ ples It purifies the whole system aud buggy or carriage as can be bought AN- Dbought out the iHterest of Mr W M apr4 tf ilton were married In Nicholasville thoroughly builds up the constitu- Â¬ any where In America Ballard iu the late Hrtn of BuehanHH Local and travelling salesmen to sell last night The Anheuser Busch Brewing Com Â¬ Lubricating Oils tion Sold by W G White prescrip- Â¬ Apply for termi to Ballard and the undersigned will con- Â¬ pany lost 5220000 by fire in St Louis The Dittericba Oil Co Cleveland tinue the tion druggist No other medicine is so reliable as Respectfully Ohio Ayers Cherry Pectoral for the cure The official records show that there on Sunday The Dietkriciis Oil Co AT 35 36 JM Douelson uses the best material that of coughs coldi and all derangements are in the U S of Freemasons 600000 of the respiratory organs It relieves Odd Fellows 530000 Grand Army of the market affords and the best work- Â¬ AND the astbraetic and consumptive even the Republic 380000 Knights of men He puts up none but the best iu advanced stages of dit eas It Pythias 210000 Good Templars 200 work Buggies carriages etc made apr4 tf 902 KuightsofHouor 124756 The to order Call on him Miss Downing a niece of Eld James total number of Masons iu the world Ben Skiltmnn formerly of Bourbon L Alleu of Danville died iu Lexing Â¬ I will sell In front is estimated at 4000000 county killed a man at Auburn Neb door iu Richmnud 1111 of the eourt house N county court day ton on account of Skiilmans sister MARCH 4TH 1880 the 60 acres of A DUTY ToyOLRSELF land near Poud Meeting house the At the same place They will keep on Excellent work aud reasonable pri Â¬ Sanns Specific will cure Itheuma property of Mrs Nancy Gentry to sat Â¬ sale the latest aud handsomest styles of 20- It Is surprising that people will ue ces by the Lexington Steam Laundry Good house with common ordinary pill when they can tism or money refunded Price 75c at isfy executions Send a trial order to D M Brights secure a valuable English one for the Whites Drug Store Second street other improvement 11 N B DEATHERAGE 5- Dr Ackers English near Garnett House John Craig Srt aged 90 years died same money pills re positive cure for in Harrison county Mrs William Urraston near Lair and all liver troubles They are Station fired agasalinestove to sudden- Â¬ Popular Piano Collection small sweet easily taken and do not ly whereupon it fired the house and Another splendid collection of good gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ everything was lost The 2500 in- Â¬ Having sold my farm I will on piano music in one large took sheet tion Druggist TORNADO surance expired a few days before the music In one large book sheet music Tuesday Feb 19th 1889 fire Early in January W D Strode lost size finely printed and bound and sell on my Anderson Yates 5 Seven Splendid Companies a fat shoat and four weeks oro found Ry Kankakee miles southeast ot Richmond farm to entitled Popular Fiano Collection Ky It iu his ice bouse into which it had has been published and will without North America Line with its connections makes the to the highest bidder all my Philadelphia doubt find a ready welcome among fallen It was still alive notwithstand Â¬ fastest time from Ciucinnati to Council STOCK Massac Jiaaetl GRAIN AND FARM- Â¬ And everything else in their line Springfiekl all who admire music that la above the ing it had been entirely without food Blulft Omaha St Paul Minneapolis - New York Their prices will be as LO vV as the bermatua ING IMPLEMENTS 32 ordinary and yet nut too much diffl during this lime Winchester Demo- Â¬ aud the West and North west LOWEST Connecticut Hartford consisting of 10 milch cows 11 calves cult for the young player The choice crat -New York Tbey will also attend all calls iu the Niagara A company with a capital of 200000 8 yearling steers 5 yearliug heifers 4 Undertakers Hue witli a piano pieces in this new book are by A CHILD KILLED - Cincinnati Amazon steers 1 thorough- Â¬ t Philadelphia the well known composers Bobm Another child killed by the use of has been organized to teat the oil fields bred bull 6 mares well broke aud Pennsylvania Behr Arditl Wilson Mack Sudds opiates given in the form of Soothing n and around Somerset There Is a gentle 2 horse colts 4 aged work HANDSOME ROCK BOTTOM RATES Lauge syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ great deal of excitement there over the mules 1 mare mule 2 They Kin Hoffman Eilenberjr solicit your patronage Pupp Goerdeler Smith and others dren such a deadly poison is surprising recent discovery of oil and the people suckling mules 5 good jennets one Office at Farmers National 6ank jennet colt by her side A C BUCHANAN and have been carefully selected with when they can relieve the child of its believe they are on the road to fortune bus ajack colt by her aide and one a fine All time 30- Call and see ns before placing B GREENLEAF JOHN the view of satisfying the taste aud peculiar troubles by usiog Ackers Baby Road horses trotters and runners jennets are of the best stock and not your inssranee Tweu-ty-tiv- e over five years old and In foal meeting the requirements nt ordinary Soother It contains no Opium or shod in any manner deeired I have oas fle win 34Xa h la sheep 20shoats 4 stacks of hay rfiPtS BURNAM 4b UUHE performers on the piano The Popu- Â¬ Morphine Sold by W G White just received an extra lot of four year 2 v m utetania stacks of wheat 150 barrels of corn fcCi y5VlSe2S1 Mm t lar Piauo Collection will be sent by Prescription DruRgist r oudkit Dtactnr N B Mining property and old second growth timber for repairing in crib a 2 horse wagon a new wheal ac g aoos wao m mail to any address on receipt of price r ukd wta wju mvaa i hjomw on country stores a specialty All work guar- Â¬ drill a mower and reaper combined a pnea Men iocs xrrj t Yesterday afternoon at the residence all kinds of wagons hay rake and all my gear and farming Jacs Mwfsmcfcui bu4 t 100 by the publishers Oliver Dlt 32 31 fM fttt til uir fttttrtUMTttl Sale to commence at 10 of James Rutledge Jr in this city anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Implements ffUItlwHaJfrfeaeptrii Co Boston MU9 It 8on eeu r sod fHuU oclock a in Terms made known on 3 t9KQr 3 ffV i lint ef evrIarttarawaukUutyosait by Rev A D Rash James S Erton back of Brookss drug store 4 JjSl iwwlN11 r W J RAYBURN day or sale Respectfully win wa n i win ww The wife of Dr W B McCIure died Sr and Mrs Frances Eatee This is rail at yar fcaa4 aAtr S ww lib ail taali btcMM S L MIDKIFF 8febly at Junction City on the 5th Ihe grooms cecond matrimonial ven- Â¬ tSFI also desire to sell privately the ms4Ar tt filacer pattau 11 place where I liye containing 10 ncres ture and the brides third Winchesratcaaavvnaavt Mnnpairaia Dakota has 4005 publlo schools A good rersldence for wit na ot U Mhl aa S9U wuaa Ika outbuildings A Successful Physician aw Ttcax9axak ter Sun ht Tbey are supported by a direct tax orchard and all modern improvements Â¬ urn m b nilt0Z9Umnrt h a im raa wotm vuniKB b 5113LfrM rN M2 raalr4 7laia I ofler for sale privately au excellent In a large and lucrative pnictice run WJR It Bradflelds Female Regulator upon the people amounting in a re- Â¬ I HIi h aa at aawa caa wto writ farm of ning through a number of years my Wf iaacntctMU cim tewioc aiacala iat tfca warU aa4 taa ion fee ta at Should be ued by the young and bud- Â¬ cent year to 1633561 a sum which oaw actaaTta Aawrica art 1 eai ttaaafwarks husband by using Swifts Specific -XUUK CO lix 140 JLacutm JUalKC ding wnmau she who sutlers from any Mr P F McClure says in Harpers restored health to a great many people 27 26 disorder peculiar to her sex and at the Magazine for February is larger than with dwrlling lMMiee oti It known as in whose ewes all other remedies bad Ihe Okl Town Farm 4 mika from change of life it benefits all who use that devoted lo the same purpose by proven useless To give a list would Rlehrooad and readtcd by ih Rich Â¬ it Write the Bradfleld Regulator any one of the twenty four Slates Having re purchased the farm I mond ami LancaterJirnplke Tlw be to write the history of stubborn 34 37 Company Atlanta Ga desiring farm is well watered Tit The Kentucky OH Company with a moved from on Muddy Creek I will maladies and remarkable and wonder- Â¬ to purchase will please eull oo or ad 1200000 was organized at remove there about the first of March ful cure I will mention the case of Irvine In Estill county is preparing capital of for 1SS0 where Richmond I desire sell the purpose of working now live twotomiles the farm of Rich-IÂ¬ All persons having claims against dreM- Joe Bttsu at Mas B TAYLOR Several capitalist are Somerset u young man afllicted with blood poi Â¬ for a boom 52north fields of that county O H Wad Â¬ mond Ky on the Otter Creek turn- Â¬ tho estate of Andy McCord deceased son for five years He was helpless a thluking of establishing a bank there the will please present the same to me pike Tills farm contains fifty acres all properly verified for payment year was blind for some days and A new paper will be started In Irvine dle Esq was elected a director in grasps except ten acres lays well is Those knowing themselves indebted Ids case seemed incurable lor under Ibis week by Wm H MCarty re-Â¬ well adapted to any kind of crop well to the estate will please oall and settle grown cently of this office Nicholasville The Mardi Oras and Neiv Orleans To the usual treatment he htul watered has upon It N B DEATHERAGE worse inAil his coudilion wits to aay Journal 32 35 Administrator Tickets to New Orleans and return AND hi Dwelling the leant horrible rheumatism came via the Queen and Cresent Route will Ladies on to add to his sufferings Dr Love rooms good ice to buy Spring be on sale at all principle ticket offices containing eleven prescribed Swifts Specific and by its Dont be in a hurry In tbe East West and North from house barn hen house carriage bouse Millinery The Green Front Millinery good cellars splendid cistern good The undersigned would retpectfaliy an Â¬ use the poison was gradually forced good re- two spring convenient fiue garden well Store First Street will have a larger February 25ib to March 3rd We hereby warn all persons uuder nounce to those conteniplsttng buUag of his system the sight restored out stock than ever in due season and all turning until March 23rd at f 2100 for fenced extra good orchard of two acres penalty or tlie law not to tresuasa In that they are prepared to contract for the rheumatism cured aud to day be well Jeuced fine apples pears peaches auy way hunting fishing or other Buildings or Every Dbscrhtmk Goods Stock carried over will the round trip from Cincinnati plums prunes is a sound and healthy man My New Trains of the Qneen and Cresent uice yard well grapes cherriesall Ac Â¬ wise on our preraisfH in Madison Satisfaction guaranteed not amount to twenty dollars 34 3G enfenced Laud J O Adams husmud regarded Swifts Specific as Grand Central Depot Cin Â¬ closed with new plank fence good county Route leave Estimates made free of charge Picas 33 36 MBS 8AMIKA HOCKADAY furnished on application on sbort aotier the best kuown medicine fur diseases Sl Â¬ neighborhood good neighbors cinnati at 755 A 3r and 800 Other W Scott Glore a merchant died Iu LONG COLBY which it professpd to cure avery date entire Train Baggage Car Innd adjoining that has no improve- Â¬ Louisville Contractor aad Builders apr ntf MES J T IiOVK i Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars run ments can be bought at reasonable easy terms not sold Adrlce to Slather Leesburg Ga Sept 20 1SSS It through without change S hours prices and onofler the above If noren Mrs VTistLova Sooxanto Stbuc should 1w7 fifty before I will fclXliijSf Sf be used irbea children Bra catting tMth It xt quicker aud 01 miles shorter than any to the highest bidder on the promises Take your laundry to D M Bright UereatheliUlsraScrtratODee it produces nstaral For space in Jlarclt 2nd 1SS9 at 11 oclock a in quiet sleep sndUuUttlccberobainkisu bright other line time 27 hours agent for the jLexington Stetira Launto it i Terr The u a button eh0aorlBS thepleasantallaritastepal It Sleeping Cars or rates from your near- Will take pleasure in ahowing above hou38 excellent two gtory brick store- - IsContractor an oothes toe all J gnmi prepared with art of dry It uu Irvine Rireet next door to described laud to any one desiring lo ttcntates Use toiret and Is tbs best known noaij est station Address For rime and terms bands to O all i r N the post olUc look at It fordiarracea whether arising rem teething or UlltAH J1STT C and rtfwi ir other causes Twvaty flT9 cents bottl D G Edwards Genl Passr and Tct Charles Dllger will be Hanged in Richmond Ky apply to F M BRINKLEY Feb II 80 I Agt Cincinnati Ohio 34 37 C6 35 37 tnar tf Louisville March 16tb To Hie Good name at home won by Hoods Sarsaparillu Iu Lowell Mass where it is prepared there is more of Hoods ISursnparilla sold than of all other medicines ami it has given the best of satisfaction since its intro- Â¬ duction ten years ago This could not be if the medicine did not possess merit If you suffer from impure blood try Hoods Sarsaparilla and realize 11 its peculiar curative powers GUARD AGAINST THE STRIKE Leader in Styles of Carpets and Curtains lent lirlsvillc 3- Â¬ WALL PAPER Ik 3- Wholesale Grocery 4- re lt sr Gooas rnlLin THE CABINET II 18 3- I fje O E3 IB aM at far t at Ctt if 4 b- jEIow G oar -- LETTERS J rTitre3 BISSEIala FIGW if Mi are Kmm gtiB K DgK C all and See Him CLAUDE SMITH 1 -- r SEW FIRM 1 Hardware Stove TINWARE HOUSE No 26 N Second St FASI FOR SALE under m Bis Armers old stand BED EOOM SETS Parlor Sets Wardrobes sick-headac- PUBLIC SALE INSURANCE FIBE LIGHTNING and TheCIStLC Bedsteads Chaies -- -- HEARSE czc - m pi - Jf Â¬ FAUM for SALE PRIVATES iSlOSIESJS SOAcreFannrorSalB 104 Creditors Notice BUILDERS CONTRACTORS m A Good Brick POSTEB Â¬ r Store House for Real Â¬ Â¬ Jtrltwilrter KS Wra i frrwjT vjiKr 4 READ THIS TWICE t f Ponderous Qer It Did Its WorkContrivance Hot Well It has been claimed that to Rhode Island belongs the honor of using thd first practical stationary stxSAm crtglnd In tho United States Without at Â¬ tempting to Vouch for the historical accuracy of the statement it is suff- Â¬ icient to know that the engine was at work in the town of Cranston moro than a hundrci yoars ago and that although of crude construction and ponderous movement it did the wdrk for which it was designed The en- Â¬ gine Was built by Mr Joseph Brown of this city i nd cost upward of 1000 It was founded upon tho English typo of engine known ns tho Nowcomen but contained some improvements and simplifications original with the build Â¬ er The engine was sot up at tho Cranston oro beds beyond KnighUi ville and one of tho most complete ac- Â¬ DEALBK IN counts of it is to be found in tha biography and diary of Stanassoh Cut- Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Sliver and ler LL Di Ipswich Mass Dr Cut Tilts powder never varies A marvel of parity KtreiiRt i and wholeonienes More lor appears to have learned of this en Â¬ Plated ware etc Special economical iliati the onlluary kinds and gine and took occasion to visit it In cannot be sold in competition with tin mul- Â¬ attention given to titudes of low test nliort weielit nluin and Ihe diary undej date June 27 1787 ho phosphate powlrs Sold only lu runs thus describes the mechanism RoYAI ItAKlNO lWERoIW nall street To go to the furnace and engine was 21 20 York SEOTINCJ DIAMONDS Sew eight miles nearly out of my way but my curiosity was 90 much excited by AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES thodosoriptlon of so singular a scheme the only one in America that I for an Incurable case of Catarrh could not deny myself the pleasuro of In the Head by the proprietorsof viewing it I arrived at the ore bods DR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY iron ore at twelve oclock The en- Â¬ Headache Symptoms of Catarrlt Promptly dime ami in a workmanlike otetrucuon of nose discharges falling into gine was at work raising wator from a man ner throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid well eighty foot deep The iron flue is at others thick tenacious mucous purulent two and nnohoAf feet wide by six foot bloody and putrid eyes weak ringing in ears throat expecto Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver deafnessof difficulty of clearingoreath offensive Â¬ long with a square hearth at tho offensive matter ration smell and taste impaired and general debility mouth secured from hro by large these symptoms likely to few Z Dont torcet the place nxt door Onlyata onceof Thousands of cases result be pres Â¬ thick iron plates On the back part in con Â¬ ent In the Pos t ufllee ICM raond Ky sumption and end in the grave of the flue is a w inding funnel which By its mild soothing and healing properties jau 4 If Dr Sages Kemedy cures the worst cases 50c passes into a chimnoy back of the building The Original Above the flue is placed a wooden boiler six foet in diameter which is Liver Pills As constantly kept full of wator when tho sCt Hi X ITnrmlriA engine is in motion The boiler rises UWU CHICKEN Cmflllocf TTh11 a s F IvVI11 Pellet n fllMm above the first story of the building Dose much in tho form of tho One est easiest to take large cisterns Cure Slclt Headache Blllou Hcadnebe Indigestion Dlrzlncsa Constipation derangements of used in distilleries whore it receives Cholera Cure Billons Attacks and all eta by druggists at tho top the condensing cylinder S3 the stomach and bowels two and one half feet in diameter and 5 24 made of plated iron From this cylin- Â¬ der a large worm parses with many IflADFIELDfc windings down the boiler The valve 1351 that passes into this cylinder is moro than two feet in diameter and rises and defacenda by moans of an iron rod 1 T TN made fast to ono end of a largo beam Around the top of the boiler are numerous leaden pipes some connected vith tho con- Â¬ denser and some not furnished with stop cocks for admitting or excluding w vto oiunncr onanoe or r ire 5reQr air or wator as necessary in working Q9P Mf he avoirJca the machino but they are too numerÂ¬ eulfljtlr oMttaiaqcfoVomto mcukdfrce ous and complicated to admit of any Thousands of dollars worth of IsiiT iJftltDriLULAIORU A description from a mere view of the VXXiAMTA chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ I cccructlslm A largo reservoir of water machine 34 37 is more fatal to chickens than era It is placed in the third loft of the house alt other diseases combined But the and is constantly supplied with a pump discovery of a remedy thatfosimfy for the purpose by tho working of the machine cum it has been made and to be conTho large beam is a massive piece of vinced of its efficacy only requires a The Original Wins C Simmons St Loois Propr trial A 50 cents botde is enough for timber near four feet in diameter and M ASimnionsLiTerMedicineHstd iS in the U S Court dcfbats twenty feet long being two very large one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ J HZeUin Propr A QSimmonj Llr oak timbers nicely forged together anteed If after using two thirds of er fpator sfd by ZeiHn 1SC8 At L M has for 47 years It moves on a large iron bolt in tho a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Cored IKDIGESTIOV BlLlOliSNISS center like the beam of scales and satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ArrxriTi SotR bTOMAcn Etc has two arching timbers al each end Cholera return it to the undersigned Jieains rastoril H forming tho segments of a circle Adams Tenn writes and your raoncv will be refunded I Cfnbi luuiiin nare Deen uuu aead Dnt along which two chains of a prodigious tor your ienmne M A Sim IS 18 STOCKTON WILLIS size play as the bean moves One of nions Liver Medicine I have sometimes had to substitute these chains leads to the piston or 7tinat fntYrAw mji valve of the condenser and the othor Ooisrs cine bat it dont aniwer the narrwM at tho opposto end to the pumps in ISBSl1 mjt j orarciEditor Tkt the well There are four cold wator received a package of yourLirer pipes one feeding pipe and one vent- Â¬ THE BEST FAMILY SOAP It works like a charm I want no ing pipe By tho samo motion of the better Liver KeenUtor and err beam which raises the wator out of the IN THE WORLD uu uiuic vi cuin s mixture well all these pipes open or close by ItKSfrictlyPnre Umfona ia Qaality means of atop cocks and valve3 as the design of them requires There onguul formula for which wc paid f 50000 ytart of has never been modified or are two large pumps in tho d in tee tightest Tills fconp 1 49 40 well which is eighty feet deep and la quality to day nilh mode twenty yenrn oo twenty three feet wide Tho sides of iMIMIMBBSaBMaftansMaMMSHiMHiBSiBssnjajnjaj TT contain uotlifue lint cm ln J n re the 11 nest fabric ltLnght the well are supported by largo tim- Â¬ aas colon and bteaches whites bers laid horizontal so as to make the washes fliMKls and blanlcets as no other soap IT the world docs without shrinking leaving form of the well quintangular and the them salt and white and lie new ends of the timbers are let into ono another The engine raibos seven hogsheads of water in a minute and the flue consumes two cords of wood in rnllERE is a g reot narlne-- of time of labor twenty four hours at soap of and of the Tabnc J Electric Soapfuel used according where Dob- sues Is The immense weight of the beam tod Ireo tiwnii the cast iron wheels large chains and w demooMrate Its peat oerit It QXE trial par Ton to make that trU other weighty parts of tho works occa- Â¬ TIKE all bet tbin it is cxtcaiZvely ImJ sion a most tremendous noiss and tattdandeseatericttui trembling oj the large building in a ii mm which it is erected when tho machinery J3eware of Imitations is in motion By the sides of tho well from which the wator is drawn are TNSrST upon Dobbins Hectne Dont take Magnetic Hectju Magf Pluladelphta Etectnc 1 EEB two other wells seventy feet deep cr any ether fraud simply because It is cheap They w rata cluhes and arc dear at any price Ask tor These are sunk down in tho bed or e JDOBmSS ELECTKIC fr o ore and in these are tho workmen and take no ether Nearly every grocer from Maine CUTTER GRINDER AKD ten or twelve in numbor digging ore ts Mexico keeps it is stock If yours hasnt it be The ore is raised in largo buckets vr order from bis vcarest wholesale gluccr SHELLER Q EAD carefully the inside wrapper around each which hold about one ton weight let J- bar and be careful to follow directions Combined in One Frame The Onljr down and drawn up by large chains on each outside wrapper Yon cannot afford to Combined Feed Mill Made before trying for yourself this old reliable carried from tho well to a largo cap- Â¬ and truly wonderful stan which is constantly turned by an Warranted to Oivs Satisfaction Dobbins Electric Soa ox As one bucket arises another goes Caa b three tfWereat adred Orlnden upon tb down These wolls are kept dry by BeaJ five machine ia sajoe UtH at asr time 7 53 ooe tho water continually drawing off into ed for cTTiij r to the well where tho pumps are fixed 3IACY FEAZER and tho pumps keep tho wator below CSKIS WlilMl All USt I AllS sVJlIiamsIitirg Ind Best Cough Syrup Tasteagood Um the height where tho men work eWPnnjssBBsnBkBBBBBBBBBaslBaBanaaanwannnnnHaeannnnainBaal la time Sold br drazrists- SI Providence R J Journal A D RUFF OLD STEAM ErJQlNE P0YAL JL And Uses of aluminium The Advisability of Its Introduction Intft Various Manufactures ROYAL FAMILIES Glimpses of the Vlelous Interior Ufa of Despot Ism FARM AND FIRESIDE ruto that specialties in farming pay Under average conditions mixed farm Â¬ ing is the most profitable Cork Cako Ono and one half cups 6ugar ono cup of warm wnter three eggs two cups of flour and two toa Bpoonfuls of baking powder Because in the aggregate tho farm stock has paid should not bo satisfac- Â¬ tory It Is important to know not only which kinds of stock but which ani- Â¬ mals pay the largest per cent of profit A healthful and appetizing salad is made by chopping fine ono pint onions and tomatoes salt and pepper and mix In two hard boiled eggs shred fino thon pour over it all three tablo spoonfuls good vinegar and four of salad oil well mixed A swamp that contains muck mny be profitably cleaned plowed nud used for a celery bed It may require two or threo years to got it in propoi condition for the purpose but once it has been cultivated it will bo ono of tho best locations for celery that can be had For tin roofs the best paint is a metallic one which oxidizes with the linseed oil and having an affinity for tho metal adheres firmly Tho brown iron oxide paint with boiled linseed oil makes the bast roofing paint and if put on after the new roof has become a littlo rusty and it is renewed ones irl five years it is the most durable of all coverings Rural Sew Yorker It will cost but littlo to keop the surface df tho grouud around young trees sprinkled with fino lime Many insects will avoid the lime and on some soils the lima will prove bene- Â¬ ficial An excellent mixture for such purposes is two parts wood ashes ono part lime and one part coarse salt Only a small qutlitlity need be used at each application To roast ducks Clean and wash them nicely prepare a stuffing of bread- Â¬ crumbs and butter seasoned highly with onions and 6age pepper and salt In a range or stove one hour should suffice to roast a duck A duck is spoiled by too much cooking sooner than any other meat Bread crumbs grated over tho ducks while the bast- Â¬ ing with butter is well attended to give a delicious crispnoss to the outer sklri which ought to bo browned to a turn Servo with rice and current or apple Virginia Cookery Rook jelly MISCELLANEOUS All scientists still assert that It would take n cannon ball eight days to reach tho moon It has beon found that a goose can stand the weather until tho thermome- Â¬ ter goes to sixty four degrees below zero Then her feathers wont save her Wild ducks can go twelvo degrees lower and come out on top The Marquis Tsenj former minis- Â¬ ter to Londou and Paris latoly cele Â¬ brated the wedding of his daughter Lady Blossom whon for the first time in Chinese annals the brides consent to tho choice of a husband was actually asked An electric current observed on a a telephone line running from Bridge water Nova Scotia to tho mines thirty miles away is supposed to be produced by a natural battery formed by de- Â¬ posits of copper silveri lead and iron oid in tho vicinity of tho gold mind Wo frequently read of some per Â¬ son whose hair has turned white in a single night through grief or fear but the white haired old sinner who goes into a barber shop and comes out in half an hour with hair and whiskers black as the ravens wing never gets a line in tho papers A lawsuit in New York has de- Â¬ veloped the fact that after the owner of a lot in Cypress Hills cemetery has buried a deceased meniber of his own family in it ho is absolutely forbidden by a law undor which the cemetery is incorporated to ever transfer or soil the lot outside of his family A Pittsburgh physician wrote aqua fortis spring water in a prescription in placo of tho moro ordinary expres- Â¬ sion aqua pura Tho druggist sent You back the proscription saying take that prescription back to Dr and tell him that hes put enojgh aqua fortis into that prescription to kill ten men There ard orily twd carpenters in Neiv Boston Neb a town Which is small but growing rapidly Oua of them was taken sick a few days ago when the othor man promptly gave it out that ho would lend his services to the highest bidder Something like an auction was held and the lucky carpen- Â¬ ter dropped the hammer at 550 a day for a job of three weeks Yes Id liko to Western mail buy nice house in New York but I have no ready cash Will you ex- Â¬ Real Es- Â¬ change forWe stern laud Glad to hear tate Agent that How much would you want for say an eight or nine room houstj on Fifth Avenue Real Estate Ageat Well if it is good land throe or four counties will be enough That was a gentlemanly thief who robbed tho postmaster of Lyons Farm a suburb of Newark In consideration of rifled letters and stolen stamps gold 100 In cash the post Â¬ watch and master found the following note and a 1 bill Dear Sir Tho fellow who robbed your houso to night Is a born gentleman and no hog I leave you this bill ns capital upon which to begin life anew Miller stands near the wheel look- Â¬ ing disconsolately nt tho dry channel with a beautiful dam extending from Tears to bank to bank Sportsman be a big drought in this section Silence All you need is a littlo Youve got a good Silence rain site here and youve dammed the stream well Miller feelingly Stranger I haint done nothin else Detroit Free fress Young lady in dry goods store These goods will wash of course Ml Spindle Mr Spindle who is de- Â¬ votedly fond of young lady while at the samo time in easy hearing distance O yes indeed of his employer that is I think they will or of course you know they ought to wash theyre high enough 1 wouldnt like to say though they would wi3h if they wont Employer em- Â¬ wash but er m ah You may say to the phatically young lady Mr Spindle that the Mr Spindlo re- Â¬ goods will wash Yos Miss Withers the goods lieved will wash1 Epoct A negro of Washington Ga was driving a bull in harness through the streets A dog attacked the bovine and tho latter immediately took after the dog The bull was attached to a bale of cotton on which the negro was seated The bale flew onto the bulls neck and the negro still retained his seat filling the whole village with his cries Nothing however retarded the animals pursuit of the dog until he collided with a load of cane After the collision tho street was strewed for rods around with negro cane cotton bull broken harness etc Nobody was hurt Y-e- -s It Is the exception rather than tc Absolutely Pure REPAIRING J 500112 1 ANTEE QQvL as J KonTHLY mmm Sickness 7iEwilLflT0R Â¬ Dobbins Electric Soap Architects call Undoubtedly do some thing toward assisting the introduction of the metal aluminium into common use The present price of aluminium is about eight dollars a pound or about one half that of silver by weight while as the specific gravity of alu minium is two aud One half while that of slUei is more than ten one can Bxchango a piece of silver for one of aluminium eight times as large For many purposes this would mako tho cost of an article of solid aluminium no larger than that of ono of brass plated with silver while the advantage would be all on tho side of tho former Many years ago drawing instruments wore occasionally made of aluminium in placo ot German silver although thon very costly they wero so light to use and so strong and hand Â¬ some that thoso who could af- Â¬ ford them thought their money well in- Â¬ vested At present prices the use of tho aluminium should add only two or three dollars to tho cost of an ordinary pocket case of instruments and the in torest on this outlay would be repaid many times over by tho superior deli-Â¬ cacy which would be possible in hand- Â¬ ling tho lightor tools tho avoidance of much of tho risk of blotting valuable drawings by the fall of heavy dividers from the fingers and tho lessening of the fatigue from which the hands of very busy draughtsmen sometimes suffer Opora glasses aro very com- Â¬ monly made of aluminium at present for lightness in use and drawing tools which are in tho fingers all day havd quite as much claim to be made light es an object only held for a few mo- Â¬ ments in tho courso of an evening Besides articles for their own profes- Â¬ sional service architects could think of many building appliances for1 which a white strong metal not subject to corrosion Is greatly needed To say nothing of locks keys bolts hbdks chains and other Items of builders hardware the portions of plumbing apparatus now commonly formed of brass plated with nickel or oilver would be very advantageously replaced with aluminium The brass used for those purposes is soft and weak while aluminium is nearly as strong as steel and is much better in point of permanent beauty df appear ancc As every ono knows silver plating is soft and soon wears off by polishing while the fumes of a match or even long exposure to tho ordinary atmosphere of dwelling houses turns it black Nickel plating while hardor does not cling so tightly as silver and sometimes peels off while lemon juice or other acids attack it ener- Â¬ getically Thore are people enough who can pay for the best material to be had and are willing to do so and who dislike extremely to soe tho basin cocks in their houses turning black and yellow from corrosion and wear or the bath tubs and pantry showing red streaks of copper through tho lining In one of the Vanderbllt houses there is said to be n bath tub of solid silver and we have known an order giveu for a pantry sink of German silver so as to avoid the unpleasant effect of wear Tho cost of a pantry sink stamped out of sheet aluminium would certainly bo no more than ono cast In German silver and would prob Â¬ ably be very much loss while an alu mlniumbath would be Inexpensive com- Â¬ pared with ono of silver and would bo better and handsomer American Ar- Â¬ chitect It is fortunate for lloyal Houses and especially for thoso of tho despotic typo that their privato sayings and doings aro seldom reported for when Â¬ ever we obtain a glimpse of the interior life of despotism it sickens us Truly has it been said br a distinguished essayist that the misters of mankind when stripped of too artificial pomp which invest them ia public resemble nothing so nearly as tho moanest of the multitude There aro sound philosophical grounds for this opinion The very highest and tho very lowest of tho human race are oqually beyond tho influence of that wholesome control to which the irtormodiato classes are subjected by their mutual dependence D P STRSBT JEWELER ARMEB RIIIff Â¬ LANGUAGE OF BIRDS THE TKE TBIO IiILL - t i WANTED HIM BAD Au- Â¬ How Farmer Hell Would Make an tomaton Kara III Keep V I Their Ability of Communicating with Each Other by tlio Voice The power of speech is generally considered as the exclusive preroga- Â¬ tive of the human species but dumb animals have the ability of communi- Â¬ cating with each other by the voice in a marked degree The caw of tho crow who watches while the flock ia feeding the call of tho mother hen when she finds food for her chicks and tho cry which all kinds of birds mako frequent use of either for warning or for pleasure aro noticeable nt all times Whether tho vocabulary of speech extends to the communicating of Ideas is an undecided question but tho following which the Talker has found in his reading point Ono strongly In this direction day sitting hidden in tho garden I observed a crow fly to a wood pigeons nest which was in a tree close abovo me and bring from it ono of tho eggs which was hard set Carrying it in his beak he flew to a neighboring tree and proceeded to pull out tho young one from tho shell and eat it slowly Presently another crow camo sailing along on leisure wing and seeing what was happoning ho alighted boside tho thief who must have explained every thing vory clearly as after a minute or two tho newcomer flew straight to tho wood pigeons nest which was well hidden In the tree and notwith- Â¬ standing the cries and resistance of the parent birds he soon appeared with tho second egg which he ate with much relish on the grass a short dis Â¬ tance from me Christian at Work H B U ffl g The best Congh Medl- cine Is Pisos Cure job Cossdhptioit Children take It without objection B I g rl CL fcSJ LTjJ usB i fTha TnrmlflT Tfn VrftrraAi S ASSji LrcvSS LAFAtETTE antl KI TEtOCtH B Acgl BestCoocfaSyrsp tntuao yiAJirfri8 Tastes rood Qs flftlfl WfiiifiaT Cincinnati Iki atirs Trtiu IndicnapoliSj THttitt CIibh tnar7 ly Fine Carriages Pullman Sleeping Cars and Elegant ZU cUalne Chair Cara on Hizht Tpaina atfcgnlfloent Tailor Cars on Day Trains SXTWZEK asiaw3 o AC Big- - and TaadalU Use rnHmsn Bnflet Sleeping Cars Pollman Hecllnlng Chair Cars New First Class Coache Second Class Coaches and Baggara Cars all mn throneh without change betveen inannaU and St Louis Cincinnati and StLouIs TU U C L St b Ballwar Fair kElogant Reclining Chair Cara ssrrwxaH C Cincinnati and Peoria IU I St L Commodious Rocllnincr ChatrCara t C sad VIA THBTB k XT Miort tlno KENTUCKY MsmlSs DABBIAGE WORKS Pboprietob JOHN DONELSON i frSft apr4 tf HAPxRISOH 109 DMILLER C acflTPJt TT K Kdi locis tsd it conaectiees areand Peoria c1sac Linesim mediate made with alt to and front the orlhwnt VTtst aid hoahwtr rintrs TkirU ui Earxaci CIkU ts U rtitdftl Mali Un be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St I CRvalsaviathisli eiiUCoiinnnTicV t Offices lhmmhffwt 1Kb Chicago St-coantrv -- qiKtL via snEiJJoa- MiMh ai EkM ha - stnrtit IOHH ECAN Ccniras sad Tit ctlt cwcTrrjrtTT u wnM71 iji t IRVINE STREET Next Door to Pott Office ParCrXSv SIS tWjKlXA Mon STYLE Rcpalriflg liiil I 3eBra9 tMjM3ttK ind AB4IPaXMBWy yS mWmWwtwt T i wi i aiuilrtrl CMS M lust nt to Wl tu Ury artj uU fc Ml V lli IJpliolstoiiff Done PxompUr CARPETS LAID Give him IN FINE 24- a CalL - tWn la ytmt kaaM vlmiyliwtiadawhriiiirHHwpipNlr Tbm WW wtU at rsa b aor f raedrlar ta Wateb a Sauaplea Wp7 0 ericUau Aadnu Uaaaa Oe JBox 813 iertlaJiC Slatae ItouselioU isaatne ThnaiwHci a wrtl ss lh wtlca irsi rr 9 nwmai u4 slum tkna I tkM ha T su 27 26 sizes coats and colors long haired short haired and curly coated rod brown or yollow or sedge grass in mister color Having gunned on one of tho He represents a Turk choicest shores of the Gunpowder Let mo seo his innards Tho manager opened Ajcobs breast river for more than twenty years and Why hes got more brass wheels consequently outlived many early prej- Â¬ in him than a oight day clock haint udices 1 can say that by far the most satisfactory dog for tho true sports- Â¬ he Whut do you think o him Jake Dunno exzackly but I reckon he man is tho medium sized otter-coate- d dead grass color tho shade of beats a monkey Wall I reckon he do Kaint talk your shooting suit This settles tho question of color advantage They none ken he mister do not carry dead water to shake over No he never sn3s any thing you like any long haired animal and Whatll you take fur him consequently suffer less from cold I wouldnt sell him Wall now ef I had him you bot I themselves having a fine fur next tho wouldnt let him set around an play hide They are powerful fast swim- Â¬ mers with scent equal to any dog of chess tho best breed The large dog tires What would you do with him Why Id jest shove him in the crib quicker is hard to keep out of sight an make him shuck corn You bet and of course Is in tho way about tho hed earn his keepln of he staid about blind The endurance of these dogs me Id like mightily to have him as a breed and their intelligence for Thars another thing Id make him do their business is almost beyond bo Pd make him thump that o lief But they are unsatisfactory for any other purpose they know duck mine ever time he como on the place Ive got a good yoke o steers Td like duck and nothing else Forest and to trade fur him No Wall Jake lots Stream go I dont reckon Its safe to stay Cannon Balls in Their Course round hero nohow When they git to Tho well known photographer An makin men outen wood an brass I guess its time for a honest an natral schuetz of Llsso has ior some years feller to take a back seat Arkansaw been experimenting with photograps of the flight of cannon balls from tho Travelor moment of their projection to their A Most Unkind Cut striking the target or object aimed at Last month on tho trying grounds of They had pirouetted for about three the Gruson works neap Buokan ho minutes when she signified in the has demonstrated the perfection of his way her desire to stop usual studios He succeeded in obtaining reÂ¬ Im very fond of tho waltz said markable and highly interesting re-Â¬ he sults His plates were submitted to Indeed I should think you would the expert Prof Dr Koonlg of tho have learned it then Berlin University who was perfectly And the silence that came over the able to mako therefrom tho desired room was so deep that all attempts to Ho established practical calculations measure it by throwing the load were the fact that the projectilo thus phoÂ¬ Harpers Baser futile tographed had a velocity of four hui drad meters du- Â¬ Trains de luxo Is a term now apÂ¬ ration of the a second and that the Â¬ light thrown on tho pho plied to tho rich and comfortable tographic plate did not exceed the ten means o traveling devised by the car thousandth part of a second Ameri Â¬ manufacturers can ficgisUr son-in-la- w Squire Abner Bell and his son Jake of Indiana while in Chicago the othor day visited the EJen Musee and while there saw Ajeeb the chess automaton The old man watched it play a game and then turning to the manager said Whut sort o man do you call him Great Dogs for Ducks Like the Newfoundland tho Chesa Â¬ peake Bay dog is still to be found with the samo capacity and aptitude for his calling in several strains and the1 need they have of the good will and osteoma of their fellows Those who are at the very bottom of tho social laddor aro beyond the sphore of this influence those who stand on the top- Â¬ most round a e above it Persons who have nothing to gain are pretty much in the samo position relatively to the rest of the world as wretches who have nothing to loso and both are oqually liable to disregrd the maxim of reckon- Â¬ ing ones self last which is the basis of all politeness as woil as of all be- Â¬ We find accordingly that nevolence absolute monarchs however respect nble some of them miy have beeil as monarchs have gsiorolly boon posi- Â¬ tive brutes in their fdmilios Frederick William of Prussia the father of Frederick tho Great starved and boat his wife and children rtnd was accustomed after having eaten his dinner to spit Into oach dioh lost thoy should partake of the remnants of the meal Peter the Great compelled the Czarina Catherine to associate with vile creatures most of them scullions and washerwomen whom ho had en- Â¬ nobled and raised to tho dignity of and ho also frequent- Â¬ ly amused himself with caning his en Â¬ tire houshold from the Empress dowri In fnct whenever a Prince or a Princess tells tales out of school as a sister of Frederick tho Great the Margravino of Baireuth did or we get by any means a peep behind the vail judi- Â¬ ciously interposed between the pub- Â¬ lic eye and tho privato history df absolute sovereigns i e invariably find that lha objects of vulgar worship aro as brutal as violent as neglectful of all the usages and proprieties of decent CHICKENJCHOLERA society in their palaces as the most Cleanliness the Only Means by Which Its Spread Can Be Irevrnted dobascd of theii ubjects in the wretched hovels to which misery had The disastrous disease known as consigned them Thus do the extremes cholera is one of the mostcortainly and of vicious power and vicious poverty speedily fatil of nil ills that chicken meet on a common level of abatement flesh is heir to The fowl when at Â¬ Let us be thankful that our system of tacked becomes weak and drooping government exempts us from the curse with disheveled plumage high fever and diarrhea with green droppings of rulers to whom vice is privileged and that our social system is but little When cholera ontors tho flock and no infestod with those dregs of humanity precautions are used to prevent its that bcem inseparable from depotismi spread it is likely to make a clean and in fact its complement it 1 sweep You may hoar of many cholera cures and perhaps see a number df Ledger them offered to the public but it is a CAUSES OF CONSUMPTION waste of time and fowls to doctor Improper Urlna i of tho oil Largely Re them Loss from this source however sponslblo for It can be cut down ninety per cent by Some interesting statistics have been turning attention to preventives in- Â¬ Â¬ gathered by Simon upon the substead of cures The only means by ject of consumption In fifteen English which I over got aheal of chicken towns recently recorded by Dr Simon cholera was cleanliness clean houses tho deaths from consumption fell im- Â¬ clean roosts cloan yards clean stables mediately whon the subsoil was dried clean hog pens and clean every thing lrcm a system of drainage In Salis- Â¬ While this is a preventive of cholera in bury the doaths from consumption fell fowls it also pay3 in a general way 49 per cent in Ely 47 per cent and Every poultry house should be con- Â¬ Merthyr Tydvil which gained loast structed so that the droppings of tho had its death rate from consumption fowls may be removed daily A plat- Â¬ lowered 11 per cent From statistics form two feet wide should be erected wo know the high mortality from con- Â¬ some two feet frthri the ilodr to recelvd sumption in the British army and es- Â¬ these droppings The roost polo pecially in tho Guards is due to con- Â¬ should not be higher than ton inches fined air a mortality which has been abovo tho platform No droppings so affected by better vontilation of bar- Â¬ should be allowed to reach the floor consumptive death rate and if found should be removed at racks that the fell in the Guards from 125 in 10000 in once All poultry houses should have the year 1858 to 169 in tho year 1875 a good board floor which should bo that is to say the deaths from con- Â¬ swept at least twic3 a week as clean as sumption alone in the Guards in 1875 a kitchen Air sluckod lime is one of were less than a seventh of tho number the bast agents in keeping everything of 1858 sweet and clean The platform should The researches of Dr Bowditch of be sprinkled with it every day Immedi- Â¬ Massachusetts and Dr Buchanan of ately after tho droppings are remoVed England also strongly confirm that the The floor should also bo dusted with comparative degree of wetness in tho lime after being swept out White- Â¬ soil is a fair measure of the proportion washing inside and out should bo done of consumption among the residents threo or four times during the sum thereon Dr Pepper of Philadelphia mor There are sororal kinds of force attempted an investigation of the dis- Â¬ sprinklers for this purpose A small tribution of tho same disease for tho ordinary house con be thoroughly State of Pennsylvania and presented washed with tho assistance of one in a his data and certain conclusions to the few minutes The best pumps for this Climatologlcal Association as a contri- Â¬ purpose cost only a few dollars bution to tho climatologlcal study of It has been saw that lice are the the disease His inquiries were sent foundation of all diseases of poultry to 650 of tho 5000 phynicians distrib- Â¬ Cleanliness and lice can not be found uted through sixty seven counties in a house at the samo time If there and replies were received from 120 cor- Â¬ aro lice turn out the fowls carry a respondents in forty seven counties shovel full of hot coals in tho house The general deductions from tho an- Â¬ close tho doors and throw one fourth swers are that the localitios having of a pound of powdered sulphur on high mortality from consumption are the coals This is very purifying oven thoso of littlo elevation and large an- Â¬ if lice are not present Allow no nual rainfall and that the hemlock dirty filthy pens or places about regions which correspond quite closoly where the fowls are running Give with the favorable climatic regions pure water every day and plenty of have the greatest immunity A vory good substantial feed Use kerosene small proportion of the respondents oil on the roost poles onco a week at recognize the influence of special local least If the businoss is run on this causes for this disease such as tho plan you will have little trouble in the greater dampness of ono houso than way of cholera It is of tho utmost another Tho hereditary nature of tho importance that on discovering a sick diseaso Is almost unanimously admitted bird in the flock it be removed at while its infectious quality is receiving onco to isolated quarters Use special more general recognition In race the care In every thing pertaining to the negroes seem tho most lioblo and the flock Feed a little sulphur use the Jews tho most exempt but there are Douglass mixture in their drinking many other factors than thoso of na- Â¬ water When a bird is ontirely out of tionality to bo taken into account Dr reach of tho rest you can try experiÂ¬ Pepper regards his paper as the first crude and imperfect result of an inves- Â¬ menting with cures but it is far better tigation which he hopes to bo able to to cut its head off and throw it away continue to a much greater degree of at once than let it remain with the Tho address for which flock completeness Roup is a disease very common in the author deserves the highest com- Â¬ mendation is accompanied with elabo- Â¬ poultry and I have lost largo numbers rate maps charts and tables N Y of fowls by it but I do not now con Â¬ Mail and Express sider it a bard disease to control Roup is similar to catarrh being an FLOWERS AND INSECTS affection of the had and mucous How Busy Sloth Carry Procloaa Tokens membranes in which there will bo disÂ¬ from Iilossotn to Blossom charge at the nostrils of a very offen The slender stamens now explore tho gloom and hang their festoons of web sive nature The head swells on one by pollen across their tips None too or both sides and if tho disease is al- Â¬ soon for even now a sllvory moth cir- Â¬ lowed to reach its worst stage tho bird cles about tho blossom and settles will loso one or both eyes This may among the outstretched filaments sip also bo prevented to a groat extent by ping tho nectar In tremulous content keeping fowls in comfortable quarters American Agriculturist But ho carries a precious portion as he a hies away a golden necklace porhap3 Some Donts for Farmers aud with it a message to yonder blos- Â¬ I dont liko to seo a farm neglected som among tho alders and thus until till it is entirely worn out I think the dawn his rounds directed with a deep dosign of which he is an innocent the owner docs not make improvements I dont like instrument but which innures a per Â¬ trading horses to seo a farmer given to I think ho does not petual paradise of primroses for future pay proper attention to his cattle Nor is it neces Â¬ 6ippers like himself sary to visit the haunt of the evening of I dont like to seo a farmer ashamed his occupation I think it will soon primrose to observe this beautiful episode The same may be witnessed bo ashamed of him I dont liko to see a farmer who would almost any summer eveuing much rather be a gentleman I think ho will nearer home oven about your porch soon become company forneither and among city walls heralded by I dont like to seo a farmer all for ex- Â¬ those fresh dewy whiffs from the night- periments Pbegin to think he is fit blooming honeysuckle where the bright bevies of blushinjr buds are for nothing else 1 to see a bursting in anticipation nf that kiss natedont likopersuasionfarmer so obsti Â¬ will induce him that no which harms not ns the welcome sphinx moth piloted by the two great to try an experiment I think want glowing lanterns of its oyus hovers in will drive him to it I dont like to hear a farmer always the murmurous cloud of its humming phantom wings How oflon have I complaining of hard times and high watched these mimic hummlng birdt j taxes I think ho is discontented in the gathering dual whirling about I dont like to see a farmer measure the flowers following tho circuit ol his corn before ho gathers it I think each fresh blown cluster tilting and he will have none for tolL swaying in their buoyant poise above 1 dont the blossoms1 throat onlf their long tolling like to seo a farmer in the fall how many cattle he can winter bodies visible in the fizzy buzzj halos of wings the faleadar capillary I fear thoy will not winter welL tongues uncoiled nearly lx inches ir I dont like to see a farmer driving a longth and thust In turn deep into the lean pair of oxen I think he docs not TK HainiUoni Gibton like his barn honeyed tuba J L Htrsey Western in Harpers Magazine Plowman ladies-in-waitim To The Public BOOTS SHOES AND HATS - jnWALLACE RICES Goods i We haAe an immense stock of IaU--and--Wint- er-- CONSISTING OF AXaXa lr RiLBSS and PBXGE2S from the medium price to the highest Il i our aim to stiil I lie public and to do it we have bouht -- ooU to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but 0h1 honest goods at lioiiest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share ot your patronage if prices are a condition Respectfully WALLACE facfc2i xr RIGE qUBM ATO CEESCEIT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the PricMPois Sol East end Soii M THE SOUTHERN ltOUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST the Important Cltiea of the South without change a t SUNDAY IN LONDON The Sharpness of Contrasts in Metropoli- Â¬ tan Lllo Vividly Keallzed If one wants to realize tho real sharp-Â¬ ness of contrasts in London where horrible slums are side by side with wealthy squares and where the beggar and millionaire tread tho same pave ments one can not see it better than by walking a very few stops from the well dressed middle class decorum assembled In St Georges Church Bloomsbury or tho fine drawn Intel lectualism of Mr Stop ford Brooke at Bedford chapel into Seven Dials on any Sunday morniug It Is really a matter of some diffculty to pass along Neal street or littlo Earl street so crowded is tho whole roadway with costormongers and Cheap Jacks bar- Â¬ rows Every one of tho littlo poverty stricken grimy shops is open and the whole scene is more busy than it is on any other day of tho week Tho sight is ono to freoze tho heart of a strict Sabbatarian but moro than that it is a truly dreadful picture of the real con- Â¬ dition of life in west central London I stood for some time in tho doorway of one of tho sickeningly odoriferous butcher shops where loathing scraps of trimmings of bone fat and skin were sold at two ponce a pound A tall gaunt woman came and looked them over but the butcher said No pickÂ¬ ing yor takes a3 they comes with them missus Well she answered then yer might lot me have two pounds for threo pence half penny Cant was the venders prompt and laconic reply and the woman turned away but she stood by tho barrow of a potato dealer till his back was turned and furtively appropriated first one and then another of his tubers Not only were the evidences ot pov-Â¬ erty something appalling in this Sun- Â¬ day fair but the looks of utter degrad Â¬ ation of soul and body in the majority were truly lamentable Angry words and an occasional blow even occurred but that terrible apathy and sullen In- Â¬ difference to all but the immediate ob- Â¬ ject ia view spoko volumes of the lives they lived Young mon In dirt and rags girls who had lost the feminine pride of vanity which leads them to bestow a thought upon their personal appearance strong middle aged men whose love of drink was apparent mothers with babies In their arms but who looked old and careworn enough to be grandmothers those prevailed In the crowd And tha noigo and the bustle tho tumult and bargaining lasts till about 130 whan things resume a more week day like tranquility But one posses out into Shaftesbury avenu6 and sees tho conventional and well-to-d-o going home to Sunday dinners and ne realizes that in London of all places One half of the world knows not how the otherhalf live3 London Echo alumina and Night Trains running TnuouGH rvns ftiilv JU1I1L TWKNTY EIGUT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE OI11J Tirin a5SS2SsJI3 FLORIDA IS have a eliniee of ot Steeping Car on SnnPinl TWifinn QUEKX HOUTB 0ILLili U I tCU Travelers AND CKKhCKNT two kifxj MnR Klegaut Bou- Â¬ doir lluflet Cnr and Pullmuurf Finest Pulaco Buffet Uieeper State Koom Pattern a Irnnd Ceutral Union Depot In Cincinnati- - passeneers therefore ia 1 trsiiKfer across the City and lire assured comfort aud cenveulence Nearly All the Leading Railroads via- - Queen hoWtg tickets vta this line ar a Journey attended with pee tiSJSSSSS Ohio andcrSbnt KS Ua ot lh Travel JOHN ind Crescent Gneral Offlees St Paul Building O OAULT GfPTyanagcI BLAHROLL General Superintendent West Fuorlh Mt ClHcimatl D O KDWA RDH Actis GeneralXRYAN R Pseer J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent Agent General Freight Agent 1- - Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths MZTEIR D t Kongk and Dressed Limifoer Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Bichmond Ky maya tf T1gi H MYEBS iRjais Paiat P JAWEEK ClubSrslem while as coarenient to tae buyer as aay instauneni system is mem UfSR7ri Pests Luri Tif-t-- a DrufBAM9TRinSFliHTl Light Simple Strong and Effective ma aad easfce ued hi any kind ot sea bo Buster MwsacKy vrim j ease U tha peseesses great adTan Â¬ tageseveraSeihertalaTgersIn the mar ket WtthRaituaeaa easily dig SCO day It is to4e holes perstiwglyHiadoexceedingly and war isaht yet very raatod Price Si G m tyttm The co operation ef the 3 watches ia Phi la 93S Watch Club asd arentcsh from tie Club for each watch before it goes out though each mera rr culy pays x a week This il why we gire you more for your money than aay one else and why we are doing the largest watch business la the world We sell only first quality goods but ouri prices are about what others get for sec ond oualirr OnrSlOSil rerWatcli IsasubstancalSilTer uvtiixUiUionif anrxina stem- - w ma Amman Lever Watch either huaung caae or opco Our SiOUO Watcliis a Stca wUvJ OpenFace Erst osahry stiffened Gold to us club members sells a each t 1 i u PETERSEN S GO HOTjETB XCX watch IxfiSIra others We find a Urn class Suoeaed Ccld Case much more satisfactory and serviceable than anr Sohd Gold Case that can be sold at less lhaa double the raoaey as cheap solid cases are invariably uun weak ei low quality tad worthless after short use Our 833 VatcJj contains numerous tracortaat catenied In ate tinuag manor tiri sold AmencanLcrcrWatchnurax idtt It tofuliyee ial to aay mn mat seiurg per ssj pront 300 r We iki lCTJSfs Hd KIHM BQ0K4 fiTomn sioa etasp LoMuur Piotenw ccl fcr 51 l C AIBISor or d i tw p- - c p ii5 - j vi ay equal for aecuxacy appearance dnra baity and service to any Jjs Watch either Open Face or Huaung OtrS4300 Hall road Watch is especially const acted for the most exacting use and b the best Ri3-roaa watca made Open Face cr Hunting All these prices are either aQ cash cr is cilia larar titmt f Faint Dustfrtff PaUelSttm which we eoatreXexclusively It sj Fnraheet JfcSiablu H J Cincinnati Ohio ilral Jppe u hi I iarjjwa sarr ss a a J of Thlat ajHi ta a ii or SSJft boon r itricxl etrenUrs ftsXU t aj I ISENTS donM - TMeploaaWalcfiCIabCo CfM WAUBT ST fri arfia Melius ftwrntl41 FBIU8A FA M 2S38 BlaEmlri Agent Can ha rl I in every family inves more lia fct tbn three ordiearr tamps Feil Fiswt Line sent by Xxpres for tbirtr feat We alao have tha teat seere a ot ia toe setiii1st iltestrated eirealers t to Sm4 fORSHIEUcUAXlNClaetoaaUQ sreot arm lamp inub nc our B K 1 3 Corrida eJ thfeit Watch IntulatorSlOO a pf fsetmcasttaa mcslnit macaattf s J f arias T rV- flaxriW a Alu Wanted Q V H Kelley lt bulIU yni a Kiod house elieaper than aBy man In town uiar7 tf 32 5 UtB WalMSfe Wt