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MBMBBBPMBBBMBMsMBBBBBMsBBsBBBBBBBBJMMBBMIE3Ct UBMBBMBHBBWWWiMfcMMBBBBgMlBIMiliBgaiaBSMfcC T AKSb IfeitoffaSev t la P rfajgrgj f n WILKES SMITH Siarg eosi Dentistry jwe22 tf Smith BuHding Main Street 900 to isroo M 1 too to Ht3 Wwxwj Pm si 1 gHg volume DR A RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY EEBRUARY 20 1889 NUMBER 36 PltOFOMCijOABJJlS Practice Limited to OFFICE Office hours 4 00 P M Try Ayers Pills For Eueumatism Neuralgia and Gout Stephen Lansing of Yonkers N Y says Recommended as a cura for chronic Costivencss Ayers PHls have relieved me from that trouble and also Irom Gout If every victim of this dis Â¬ ease would beod only three words of mlne I coukl banish Gout from the land These words would be -- Try Ayers Ictal mm D D S J C MORGAN j OFFKE Mhiu street over Mndi National Bank Richmond junt --2 tl Ky Ayers rils alone I PoraNestly JSeIfihad troubled of rheumaÂ¬ tism me e oI rnontlis These Pills are CrnhSj and effectual ami I believe would prove a specific in all cases of incipieat No medicine coiild have served me in better stead c cj ltock Corner Avoyelles Parish La C F Hopkins Nevada City I have used Ayers nils for writes sixteen years and I think they are the best Pills in the world AVe keep a box of them in the house all the time They havo cured me of sick headaclie ami neuralcia Since takinK Ayers Mils I have been tree from these complaints dorive1 Breat benefit from Pills Five years ago was taken so ill with rheumatism thatII was unable to do any work I took three boxes of Ayers Pills and was entirely cured Since that time I am never without a box of these pills reter Christensen Sherwood Wis Ja DR J M JHYSKIAN OFFICE 1 POYNTZ AND 8URUEON Mieet next U juneSSif Rheumatism iteM Driiis 8imil Stole G W EVANS M D S PHYSICIAN OhKKE AND BURGEON xhhJ erieet Grcier Practitioner in Medieiue and Surgery RICHMOND KY Dykes OFFICE Secom Mrt-etuvt-- drstaylorashe 8lfi jllllTtf a1116 juiit 22l DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Dwr to Luxuii Up Htnlrn at Cr Main mid Tales reek Avenue Ayers Cathartic Pills Dr J C Soll by all Dealers In Medicine rEErABKD BT Ayer tc Co Lowell Mass 43 JUDICIAL OUTRAGE The Knat liut Unblushing Manner In WliIrliDtifllry Ha ISncanml rroaocutlon for Ills Pulltlodl Crimea On January 1U the day following Vho practical dismissal of the Dudley bribery case from before the Fodoral grand jury at Indianapolis by Judge IVoods the In dianapolis Sentinel contained the following editorial If thero Is an honest man left in the Pc publiccn party of Idiana the scandalous performance of Judpe Woods of tho Fed eral Court yesterday must cause him to bang his bead in humiliation and shame Tho spectacle of a judge deliberately and unblnshingly prostituting his offlco to tho service of a notorious scoundrel in jeop-Â¬ ardy of tbeliw is a painful and shocking one under any form of government and Id any stage of civilization But It is more painful and more shockmR in this Repub Â¬ lic perhaps than in any other country on the earth because m our scheme of gov Â¬ ernment the judiciary occupies a higher po sition fills a larger field is clotlied with greater authority and is regarded by the people with moro respect and reverence than under any other government It is nothing less than a public calamity that any American judge and especially one filling so high a post in the jadici lservics as William A Woods should do any act that would tend to weaken tho popular re Â¬ spect for the bench upoa which in the opinion of tho wisest publicists of this coun try and Eurcpe the safety of our institu- Â¬ tions so largely depend It was such an act thit William A- - Woods committed yesterd y under circumstances which preclude the possibility of putting an innocent construction upon it and which present him to the world in the character of au ally of criminals a defender of crime and a wanton and wickod porvorterof the instrumentalities of justice to tho service Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ abuse of his judicial opportunities and a flagrant scandalous dishonorable and ut terly unprecedented perversion of tho machinery of justice to the purposes of knavery and wo believe that it should load to his impeachment instead of as it jifoba blywlll to his promotion t6 the slipretrid bench of the United States as soon as it is in the power of Benjamin Harrison to reward him in this manner for dragging his judicial robes in the filth of Dudlevism Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE TARIFF ROCK m i It SUU nUll rTir ruBWrL S bn VZILTX nn J r publican r M Stands In tho Way of republican 111 - IOWA IN THE CABINET Clarksons Claims for n llaco in Harrisons I IoliUcal Family it S pig iron And A the tariff Tax That Work Like a Iolion In th Blood of an Important Industry The annual estimates of pig iron produc- Â¬ tion for 18SS show 000000 as against 650V D00 tons last year but in the South theprcd nct is ever 1000000 against SG00JO tons last year June22tf DR OflVrs PHIL ROBERTS lib in fts4onal services to the 011 public r Mi Gleiai NEW FIRM We wish Co Street Rieurmmd Ky iflice in drug store lower Main july27 ly DR U C AMBROSE FORO ICY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon June 22 If af- IffEW GOODS to announce lo the public that we have just opened W T SEXSMITU M D in the house next door to the GarPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON net t House on Second street a WHITE HALL KY fresh stock of the best brands of Â¬ Offers his professional services to the public stuj17 lyr STAPLE and FANCY J F CORNELISON RICHMOND - KENTUCKY Practicing Physician offers his professional services In the GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We public 29- - DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY OfHc e 011 First Street janly CHEAP for CASH Come and see us and be convinced that we have a first class stock Â¬ H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE StHNHMl street next door to While- - Dihk Store Seeial Milenlnm given to Microscop Â¬ ical mimI Clieinieul exnmiimlioHS ol tis iif Mini fluids itf the human body 22jimHf at Reasonable Prices We shall aim to secure a fair share of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods DAVID CHENAULT 20 DR C S HOLTON and Surgeon rtemeejuthic Physician CO Richmond Kentucky 400 P Office Main Street overD M Brights Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 2oo to M BAXaBWIBFS Special attention given to Hscmcs of women ami all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines suit to any ad- Â¬ dress mavio-iv- - COAL YARD I keep at my yard near the Richmond depot in all kinds of DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 61 50 Surgery RED HOUSE KY ICentueky Coal and the famous Youglilogheny Also Anthracite I will handle Coal DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Oilers hl professional services lo the public Ofliee at Powells More Orders left at W G Whites and drug rloro and at A H Ialir grocery will receive prompt atÂ¬ RICHMOND KY tention Special attention uiven to abstracting Mr J- - M Christopher will always be title to lands in Eastern Kentucky found at the yard and will take pleas- Â¬ Office in CMMAX building S E ure in wattug on all customers Corner MhId and Second Streets up I hope to receive a fair share of June 22 tf patronage stairs T E BALDWIN TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAT AND TOBACCO E Smith Attorney at Xaw Hew Barber Shop RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with C F nam on First Street A E T BURNAM 29- - Kur June 22 tf R Attorney at Law C S We have associated ourselves togeth Â¬ er In the Uarbering Business and are located at 106 E Main Street in Ram RICHMOND KENTUCKY sey building next door to Roberts OFFICE on First street same as Wines drug store formerly occupied by County Judge First class work guaranteed Shav- Â¬ oct6 ly Miller ing 10 cents childrens hair cuts 15 Â¬ J A SULLIVAN COBB 106 MOORE E MAIN STREET Attorney atKYXaw RICHMOND Office ou Second POWELL Street cents Please give us a nail Satisfaction SQUIRE COBB insured M C MOORE 28- - June 22 tf Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office corner Main and First streets 1- up stairs over Ramseys W SMOBERLEY LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Persons desirous of obtaining life in- Â¬ surance at actual cost should write for circulars to Security Mutual Benefit Society Broadway New York This society claims that for six years the cost to a member of middle age has been Less than Twelve Dollars a 233 for each thousand J SPEED SMITH CIIA8 S POWKIA SMITH k POWELL Yeak dollars of in- Â¬ surance 30- - Fire Insnrs We represent ten of the stronRest Fire Insurance Companies In the world we represent the company that has the largest capital the largest paid up capital the largest assets the only company that pays 1U losses without discount and does net agree In its policy to make you wait aixty days after a fire to get your money We write at the lowest rates given by any company tben GALT -- - HOUSE KY LOUISVILLE The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city Rates25o to 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in 32 31 Hotel Why not Insure in the Best Our companies are backed by over 512000000 capital and overS125000o00 assets It wHI be loo late after you are am prepared to do all kinds of burned out Call and see us before you work in firatcliss style Insure elsewhere Our rates and terms Carpenters n short Also estimate furnished are the best IL TYLER BAXTER nolice 29 28 SMITH POWELL 32- - Carpenters Work I of knaves and villains We print elsewhere a Very fuli history ol the conspiracy to save a notorious malefactor from punishment for his misdeeds which culminated yesterday in an infamous deliverance from the bench The name of this malefactor is William Wade Dudley and his crime wa3 the composition and circulation of a letter giving detaded instructions for the debauebmentof the electors of tho State of Iudiasa Tho publication of this damnable letter shocked the moral sense of the country and evoked a loud de mand for the summary punishment of the author The proof of authorship wa promptly supplied by the confession of the guilty man himself and when in due course the Federal grand jury for tho district of Indiana assembled in thii city hon est men everywhere looked to that body with confidence for such action and that speedily as the law and the facts warranted Fortunately the law was ample tc cover Dudleys ofleuse It made tho aiding abetting advising and counseling of bribery a felony and Judge Woods as in duty bound so instructed the grand Jury In ha charge he said among other things of like import Tht latter clause of the section makes any one guilty who counsels bribery This clause makes it an offense for any one to advise another to attempt to commit any of the offenses named among them is the buying of voles in this section so that while it is not a enmo to make the attempt it is a crime to advise another to make the attempt If A attempts to bribe D that is no offense under this statute but if A ad vises B to attempt to bribe C then tho one who commends or gives his advice is an offender under this law and I wiU say that there 13 some wisdom in thi3 provision The law cited under this construction as it is the only construction it is susceptible of if language has any meaning fits Dudleys case as exactly as if it had been made for it Judge Woods declared in conclude ing his charge that Ins instructions covered all the charges he had heard brought against anybody or that are likely to be brought against anybody and he added If you have heard as 1 hare charges pub lcy brought in our prints and elsewhere against any citizen of his having offended under these statutory laws we havo considered regulating an election it is jour duty to take cognizance of these charges brought against him investigate tbo evidence of guilt that stands against him and fearlessly renderyour indictment without regard to the political party to which he may belong or the official position he may hold or may have held whenbccommitledsuchoffense Under this charge all that was necessary for the grand jury to ascertain was that Dudley had written the manual for vote buyers and sent it to some person in In Â¬ diana to make the return of au indictment against him obligatory An investigation was at once begun witnesses were sum moned from various parts of Indiana and from other States and the evidence of Dudleys guilt much of which is familiar While to the entire public was secured the investigation was in full tide Judge Woods suddenly sent the jury homo for a week ostensibly to enable him to hold a session of Ui3 court at Fort Wayne Tho session was held lasting only an hour and forty miuutes by tho watch but Dudley got the benefit of a weeks delay When tho investigation the jury reassembled was resumed and was continued until tho adjournment for the holiday recess Just before taking tho recess tho jury request- Â¬ ed Judge Woods to instruct them as to whether it was necessary in order to in- Â¬ dict a person for sending a letter advising bribery that tho name of tho porson to whom such letter was sent should be known Tho judge declined at the time to enlighten them upon that point but yester- Â¬ day under tho pretense of answering tho inquiry he gave the jury supplemental instructions in direct conflict with his original instructions and of such a nature as to mako Dudleys indictment practically impossible In November he told thrm very plainly that advising an attempt to commit bribery was a crime yesterday he told them that advising an attempt to commit bribery was not a crime Without this supple mental instruction the jury was bound to indict Dudley and it came just in the nick of time to save that precious rascal It will be seen that Judgo Woods deliberately stultified himself that he ate his own words and put himself in an attitude which no judgo having any regard for tho dignity of bis office for the traditions and associa tions that cluster around the bench and for his oath to justly and honesUy administer the law would bo willing to occupy for a moment It i3 not necessary to enter into details as to the influences and motives that inspired this unprecedented and most scandalous abuse of judicial power They are patent to every body The inUmate personal and which William Wade political relations Dudley occupies to the President elect ol the United States ore generally known Judge Woods it may not be as generally known is also on intimate and confidential relations personally and politically with the President elect Dudleys crime placed a stain upon General Harrisons tiUo to the Presidential office His indictment would not only deepen that stain but it would probably involve revelations that would be most embarrassing to that gentleman and to many other conspicuous members of hii party Some time since Dudley served no tice that his pockets were filled with dyna mite which would bo exploded if he were Matthew Btanley Quay visited prosecuted Indianapolis in his interest a few weeks ga A E Batcman his business partnor was hero day before yesterday on a similar errand The strongest pressure social po liUcaland porsonal was exerted to save Dudley The newspaper organ of the camo to his defense All tho agencies that could bo enlisted in his be fcalf were set in motion As tho probability ot his indictment de- Â¬ veloped into a practical certainty tho press Â¬ ure was redoubled and finally all other expedients having failed Judge Woods was induced to call the jury before him and tell them that he had misstated the law to them and that they had no right to Indict Dudley unless certain things not susceptible of The SenUnel nroof could bo established is informed and believes that this action was taken after consultation witn ana upon the importunities of men as close to Benja min Harrison as his recent law partners Tho occasion is one that calls for the plainest of plain speaking It our bench fails us an honest and fearless public press must supply the deficiency so far as it is in its power Weighing our words carefully and fully prepared to accept all the consequences we pronounce the course of Judge Woods in this matter a monstrous Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho tarifT of 0 72 a ton protects tho furnaces 0 tho North and of tho South Its benign influence creating wealth out of nothing giving employment to idle laborers at high wages and at tho same time furnishing the American consumer pig iron at lower rates than he can buy it for in En glandthis tariff wo say defies tho lavrs of gravitation and overthrows the muIUplb cation table alike in the North and in the South and yet whilo tho total product is less by seven per cent the increase from Southern furnaces is over fifteen per cent Why is this I What explains the great as tivity ht tho Southern furnacos at a time when low prices compel one out of thirteen furnaces in the North to shut down Tho answer is that the cost of producing Iron in tho Southern States is so much less than elsewhere that a price which is un remunerativc in one section leaves a mar gin of profit sufficient to justify the erection of moro furnaces In the Southern Htatcs Every year sees the cost line for pig iron tn the South sinking lower and lower For years money was squandered in the use of charcoal Then whoa coke was used furnaces wero built after the old plans which elsewhere had been replaced by better construction and better methods Tho very abundance of natural wealth with tho prevalence of high prices retarded the progress of the Southern States in thi economical production of pig iron Moro progress has been made during the era of low prices than during tho era ot high prices becauso economy was then the cost of salvation Still wo have delegations of Southern fur hard owners going to visit General Harrison promising him the kingdom of the world and the glories thereof provided ho will not consent to any reduction in the tax en pig iron Pig iron is tho basis of our whole mechanical structure In a new country with bouses and barns to build with great roads and bridges and cities to construct cheap pig iron pig Iron at the lowest possible cost is only second in importance to cheap food and cheap clothes Government science and philanthropy concern themselves or should about tho welfare of the many yet we have a demand in the name of all three for a tax on pig iron of nearly 100 percent in order that the badly located furnaces in Pennsylvania and Ohio may still remain m blast and tho furnace owners of the South may roll up their great dividends or remain unpunished for their bad management The tax of 672 a ton on such a raw ma- Â¬ terial as pig iron is an outrage on civiliza- Â¬ tion If an army should Invade our territory and injure bridges and towns and roads to the extent or M 000000 wo would speak of them as barbarians yet tho robber barons by exacUng a bounty of J673 per ton on pig iron do a much more grievous wrong to the people and we caU them pro-Â¬ tectionists Such a tax doth work like poison in the blood It enters says the Louisville Courier Journal every Industry and clogs every channel of commerce From the finest steel to tho hinges on the gate every article is dearer is more costly because of this pig iron tax It is a tax borno by the millions for the benefit ot tho millionaires The peopieare awakening to the enormity of such a tax and as the discussion goes on the tax of672onevery ton of pig iron will be made soraanifst that its advocates will bo sentenced to some asylum for the care of the incurably insane Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Congressman to the writer iri a conversation at the National capital a few days ago Nor does it take ono long who has given thoughtful attention to the situation at Washington to discern tho wisdom of tho remark That the Cleveland bark went to pieces on the tariff snag is now conceded by all and to none is It more ap- Â¬ parent than to the retiring President him self Ho realized In the beginning tM danger involved in a campaign conducted on this single issue but with tho stoic heroism characteristic of the man preferred defeat la a fight for principle rather than a victory won by pressing a temporizing policy The incoming administration must like- Â¬ wise be impressed with the menacing aspect of this tariff question forthero is more division in the Republican party on this sub ject than there ever was in thd Democratic party The Western States were held in line by the Republicans with tho promise of tariff reform on the Allison plan which differed but sligbUy from tho Mills bill It is already evident says the St Paul Globe that the Allison bill will not bo acceptablo to tho Eastern monopol sts and if the meas Â¬ ure evor passes Congress it will havo been so changed as not only to bo unrecognizable by its framers but it will bo moro advanced in tbo direction of an excessivo tariff than the present law In many instances the duties will be raised in but few will they be lowered and thoso on articles of but lit tle importance while many articles how on1 the free list will bo added to the list of pnJ tccted articles The result of such legisla- Â¬ tion will be to create intense dissatisfaction among the Western people and four years hence the question of tariff reform will be agitated in a way that will bo dis couraging to Republican prospects The wisest Republican leaders fully realize the dangers which environ the party becauso of the probable mistakes that will be mado on this question With tho party management in the hands of the Quay and Blaine crowd they seethe utter hopelessness of securing a reduction of taxation during the Harrison Administration Unless the promise of tariff reform made dur Â¬ ing tho canvass is fulfilled they are con- Â¬ scious that they can not win the confidence of the masses with their promises in the next Presidential contest If tho tariff could be entirely eliminated from NaUonal affairs the Republicans would be as happy as clams in high tide But it can not be Nor will it ever bo until it is setUed and settled right Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Be10 Allison of Iowa regarded as a clean handed headed it levellTnnPTp member Â¬ land and his services Colonel Lamont hastily wrote a litUo sketch of tho candidates career threw in some of his public addresses and sent it to the printer When ho was revising the proofs his attention was called to the fact that he had not prepared a title for tho pamphlet and he wrote one that was descriptive of tho contents This was too long togoiatooncline across the top of tho title page and the printer urged the Colonel to give him a short and catchy heading Colonel Lamont has had some experience writing bead lines for the Albany Argus and he promptly wrote Public Office is a Public Trust Immediately under this heading was a portrait of Grover Cleveland Thus hastily christened the first campaign biography of Mr Cleveland was given to the public Wherever it went it carried the picture of the Presidential candidate under the lofty and sonorous sentence Public office is a public trust and everybody supposed the title was a quotation from some official communication of the original of the portrait But it was not it was invented or remembered by Daniel Lamont at the behest of an impatient boss printer Â¬ Â¬ VERY NEAR THE TRUTH The Origin of a Quotation Familiar for Four Yean Tho Chicago Herald i3 not far from literal truth in the following Immediately after Mr Cleveland was nominated thero was a loud call for some account of Graver Cleve- Â¬ IHrt ITitivifrt Tlnritif h0ici or convention of 1SS8 there wore not wanting thoso among tho shrewdest of the Repub lican leaders to express the belief that as between Harrison and Allison the Iowa Senator would bo easily tho moro popular candidate of the two and could poll as near- Â¬ ly as any ono tho full strength of tho Republican vote This was a well earned tribute lo a life long record of personal honesty and integrity not less than one of ability and sound statesmanship Senator Allison is now quoted as saying Of courne I do not know that Iowa is to have a place in the Cabinet But it she does I have suggested Mr Clarkson for that place His services in the campaign entitle him to important recognition This is the same James S Clarkson says tho Chicago News who staads charged with having received as vice president of the Hephblicart National Committee sundry stolen property knowing tho same to be stolen and thereby rendering himself liable to a term in Sing Sing under the New York penal code It is the same Clarkson who boasted unblushingly of his attempt to bribe Governor St John with 25003 to abandon his party in 1SS4 and who in the event of Mr Blaines election was to havo been rewarded with the position of It is the same Clarkson who witn his colleagues Matthew S Quay andW W Dudley put tho hugest cam Â¬ paign corruption fund on record where it would do tho most good in New York and Indiana His services in tho Campaign do certainly cntiUe him to important recogniand so did Mackins Tho Illinois tion rocoived his recognition fine worker through the medium of the grand jury Senator Allison should not ignore this precedent Ho would be more discreet if ho waited until it be seen whether Mr Clarkson is to wear stripes for his services in tho campaign Surely neither the State of Iowa nor the Republican party is so barren of creditable material for Cabinet officers that the President elect must be forced to official association with tho men who do the dirty work bf the party They Want a Scaprgoat Certain Democrats in New York are just now showing their lack of wisdom by abus ing President Cleveland for getting him- Â¬ self defeated This is really very rich considering the sourco from which it comes New York defeated President Cleveland and at the same time elected a Democratic Governor whose official record is notoriously bad This being the case says the Chi- Â¬ cago News tho Presidents failure becomes a certificate of good moral character of which he has a right to bo proud The Democratic iarty a3 led by President Cleveland in the late campaign was a better party an honester party and a more united party than it had been for years bo 30 29 fore If tho loaders of the party are prepared to carry on the work so well begun by the President they may hope to profit by tho mistakes of their opponents and return B B KENTUCKY to power in afew years But if they choose to mako tho President a scapegoat and to go back to their blind wandering in tho wilderness they will have little to say in future about the conduct of National affairs New Yorks scepter is passing from it Tho battles of future National campaigns Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen will bo largely fought outside of its terri- Â¬ tral Kentucky to All Points North tory Tbo day of cleaner politics is at hand The Cleveland Democrats of whom there East West and South west are many thousands are nearer to the Re- Â¬ publican party than they are to the Hill FAST LINE BETWEEN Democrats If the latter want to striko out in a now direction or rather the old one they will find their following some- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ has long been and one of the of the upper UJJ KINDS OP PLOWS VA T K P THE NEW FIRM OF i-- Shackelford Gentry q 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- Â¬ cilities i- - ee M Ma Â¬ Â¬ TT CHr Cr T I Rl i tee er aH tBS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WAGONS and CARTS CHIUL tat i tin 4t- - for BLUE GRASS ROUTE W i Km- XT at The Clotixier AT McKEES OLD STAND hrT Â¬ Ure Unga teral Ipsis Lexington Cincinnati No t Dally 835 pin Pm pm pm pm what scanty Cor First and Main Strssts Sy Hj h1 K3 ixaar bLESZSbh 5J - Richmond Ky ra els- - TAX Tho republican Scheme to Perpetuat Their TarW System on tho Necessaries ot Life A few Democrats in Congress were made a catspaw of by tho Republicans and vot ing with the Republicans secured the reference of a bill to repeal the tobacco tax to the THE TOBACCO Â¬ Â¬ EDITORIAL DRIFT The Australian system of voting is worth an experiment in the United States says the Chicago Times Ind Illinois has now been a State for seven- Â¬ ty years and yet of the fifty one members of the present State Senate but nineteen were born in the State Of 147 House members but fifty one claim Illinois as a birth- Â¬ Â¬ AppropriaUons Committee The Ways and Means Committee has in its bill embodied tho repeal of the tobacco tax but has insisted that at the same time other aud more burdensome taxes shall be repealed Tbo r peal of the tobacco tax will not add one dollar to tho revenue of the tobaccc raiser as it is paid by the man who consumes the weed The repeal will not help our export trade for no internal tax is paid on the tobacco we send abroad Because there is no tax in America oV tobacco exported Germany imposes a tax ol eight cents on imported tobacco It is the tariff which is destroying the value of certain grades of tobacco anortne only relief possible must coma by a reduc tion in our own tariff which would at ones to our give additional value in exchange tobacco crop tobacco tax is to be repealed it If the should bo done not by a Democratic but by a Republican Congress for the results can not possibly jusUfy the expectations of the tobacco growers and the benefits will accrue to the protected classes of the North Tho Democrats have since the war contended for the repeal of the taxes paid by the poor tho Republicans liave during this whole period insisted on the repeal ot the taxes paid by the rich Tho Democrats have declared for cheaper the Republicans for cheaper clothes whisky The Democrats havo insisted on a reduc tion of taxes on our homes household goods agricultural implements mechanical tools fuel and clothing The Republicans have abolished the In como tax tbo stamp taxes tho bank taxes the taxes on sales and havo reduced the taxes on jewelry and precious stones Today they are ready to abolish the taxes on whisky and tobacco in order to perpetuate the infamous tariff taxes on the necessaries of life No Democrat should join in a raid of this kind To repeal the tobacco tax and leave tho tariff unaltered is a base betrayal ol the people Louisville Courier Journal Â¬ place Tho Richmond State Dem does not believe that thero is any assurance to be found that wero there any considerable accession to the Republican party of the Intelligent and thrifty men of tho South the colored voters would divide The St Louis Republic Dem tells General Harrison that to succeed as President ho must make his strongest alliance with men who really represent Western Republicanism Neither IMaino nor Sher man represents anything politically but the corporate interests of the Northeast The St Louis Globe Democrat Rep makes It known that the people have de-Â¬ honoring Confeder- Â¬ creed that the policy of ates and Copperheads with such Government positions shall be discontinued in favor of the theory that preference should be given to men who stood by the Govern Does ment in its time of extreme peril it mean this as a reflection on Presidents Grant Hayes and Arthur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LITTLE LEADERS Philadelphia Times Big money has been appropriated for tho navy but what the country needs more is a big navy for the money Philadelphia Record Tho White Cap mys Â¬ tery Is resolving Itself into a miserable farce Sensible people can not bo fright ened by such displays of full blown idiocy Boston Post Tho chief though not tho only source of rats cutting and of other like troubles in railway management is un doubtedly tho building of parallel or superfluous lines Boston Herald An order has been intro duced in tho Legislature looking to the in Â¬ crease of the penalty for tho larceny of pou-Â¬ ltry It may occur to some member to sug gest that the author of this order is no friend to the black man Boston Globe Tho figure of Senator Chandler of New Hampshire arguing lor an increase of the duty on skates to protect us from the German skate makers with the present poor prospects 01 ice is nooutas much in season as tho rest of the high tariff buncombe New Haven News Tho olecUon didnt setUo the tariff question Florida orange growers now ask that we pay one dollar a box more and the Kansas Legislature is considering measures to abolish the teach ings of tbo British doctrine of free trade Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ttio Democratio Way intelligent It is astonishing to find so going Dema journalist and such a steady ccrat as Henry Watterson talking liko this Tho essential difference between the modern theory of government established in America and the feudal theories from which our forefathers emancipated them- Â¬ selves may be found in the movement to divorce politics from office and to recast tho public service on what are called busi Â¬ ness principles Docs Mr Watterson not know asks the New York World that the spoils system which he favors is essentially the feudal theory of tho past and the monarchical theory of tho presentl The Kings and the Barons of tho old regime acted on the theory formu Â¬ lated by a Kansas Senator that public They carried to office is a private snap its logical conclusion the principle that to tie victors belong the spoils The public ofaces were bestowed upon their favorites and henchmen as a matter of right The modern political boss and tho patronage-pCongressmen are the legiti- Â¬ eddling mate successors of the Old World rulers whose theory was borrowed by Aaron Burr and put in operation by Van Buren and Jackson This was one of the things from which cur forefathers emancipated themselves TLcy accepted office as a publio trust and administered It on business principles for th publio good During the first forty yors of the Republic the theory of the re formers of to day was the practice of the Presidents Appointments were made for fitness tenure was regtlatcd by faithful nets and removals were made for causa only This Is Uie Democratic principle Â¬ A Contemptible Measure The clause in the Senate Tariff bill which Imposes a duty on fish if frozen or packed in ice tho same being now free is a sec- Â¬ tional measure of a very contemptible sort It proposes to favor tho people within easy distance of the Canadian border at the ex- Â¬ pense of all the rest of the country Sena- Â¬ tor Plumb was right in objecting to this dis- Â¬ crimination but we do not imagine that his opposition wdl be very tenacious or effective The clause in question throws much light on the meaning which tho Republican party gives to the phrase revision of the tariff Years ago says the New York Post when the party was in easy posses- Â¬ sion of all branches of the Government and when thero was no Treasury surplus menacing tho business interests of the country it put ail fresh fish on the free list At that time frozen fish and fish packed in ico was a common article of com- Â¬ merce in the chief markets of tho country but no distinction was mado in the law be Â¬ tween frozen and unfrozen Now with a Treasury surplus on hand and with a mouthful of promises to revise the tariff we find the party going back to ways and practices once discarded in order to add a new tax on tho many for the benefit of the few Flro Dollars Reward The following letter along with a five dollar bill was recently sent to the Terro Haute Gazette I offer the above reward for the name of a reputable and prominent Republican who has up to this time publicly raised his voice for conviction of Hon William Wodo Dudley the author of the most in paper ever known in American famous politics Church members deacons and ministers of the gospel arc not barred The guilt of this man is unquestioned With brazen auaacity he practically admits it Ho has tune and time again been chal lenged to entor the State A dollar reward has been offered him to come to his own home and make affidavit that the published letter is not his This man was and for aught we know is to day the bosom friend of the President elect It is a matter of popular belief that he was put in his present position as treasurer of the Re- Â¬ publican National Committee at this gentlemans earnest request Has this any thing to do with the oyster like silence of those who as Judgo Gresham says go to church one day and go out and corrupt Aim DcDLrT vothers the next Â¬ 1 Â¬ No 2 SOUTH BOUND Kx Son Lve Lve Lvc Arr Arr Lve Covington Falmouth 830 a 1003 1105 1140 1130 1150 1135 No 6 ExJSun CynthiaUM as liris Lexington Arr Arr Arr Arr 1arln Winchester Richmond ljincasler Stanford - live iUchmoiKl Arr Bere Arr Livjnifxton NORTH BOUND Lve Lve Arr Lve Lve Livingston uerea Kichmoml l tanford Ijincaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Arr Pans Lve Lexingtou Lve iari Lve Cyutlnnnn Lve Falmouth Arr Covington 100 510 000 105 1014 am 1050 pm 1130 am 1055 p m 1125 am p pm pm pm pm pm aoo pra Pm 439 pm 510 pm 610 pm P m 5 30 p m pm 65 pm 710 pm y rf5JUJal DEL bg Htr JS8 3 10 5 45 XJESINGr HATS CAPS fiSS gl F0BH1SH1HG GOODS te as l a ride reary zSon jcMtw e for No 3 No I No jGEHTS TliS VALISES they Soo am 1015 am 1145 710 810 1100 130 115 am am am am pm pm P t Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Hosiery Cravats c Jek lM in 300 pa 73s m 340 pm 835 am o6 am 4x6 pmj 4 51 pm iou3 am 009 pm 11 45 am 650 am 740 am 815 am They a do Presc 3o pm 35 pm rTori 430 pm 515 pm 650 pm 12 MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND NT Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 635 a 00 So W Mo Lve Maytville Carlisle Mlllersburc Arr Pnrli Lexlngtun uovingion NORTH BOUND Lve Covington Lexington -- joiinon am ml pm 1135am No 11 No 9 Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 735 830 857 911 am am am 300 415 510 547 11 753 am 830 am 915 am 140 134 158 31 Kio 600 105 pm pm pm pm pm pm A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men 2a a pm pm P Arr No Carlisle Johnson- Mnysvllle MMIereburg nrn pm pm pm pm am 1050 am KX15 am 7S 740 Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester Direct connection Is miule at Winchester Fun tn Politics with Chesapeake and Ohio for ML Sterling Thero is an immenso lot ot fun says tho Ashland Huntlncton Charleston W Va New York Bun in tho wild effort of the aud Eastern Cities FAST LINE No 3 and 4 run via Wln anti Blame mugwumps and anti Blaine Re- Â¬ Pullman Sleeping publicans to keep Brother Blaine out of the chesterklld Trains with and Richmond Va Can netween Cincinnati new Administration and yet nothing will and Winchester and Washington D C come of it At the head of the State De- Â¬ Tbrongh Tickets and Baggage Checked lo any destination reached by u railroad partment Blaino is bound to be For f nil particulars address or call on any Yet there would be a great deal more fun for outside philosophers especially thoso of asentot the Company or E It BACON our sort if General Harrison should take 8 F B MORSE Agt Trav Passr Agt- Oen Paiwr tho advice of the mugwumps and drop LextutouKy Covington Ky overboard Then the fur would fly H E HUNTINGTON Blaine FBCARU Agt certain and the Indiana statesman for Richmond Ky Ueul Manxger would find that the great mass of the Re Â¬ Oenoral Offices Covington Ky publican party would havo something to say about the actions of their President There Is no difficulty about running a Re publican administration on the great lines of the Republican party They are plain and simple and the wayfaring men though xhJB ra XB8y HJT A fools need not err therein But to run one outside ot thna lines would be a jolly experiment THE MOOT ar- 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m rives Paris 755 p m Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times apr 18 tf i Breck Phelps H A IR ID W IR IE -- u N IOC W Main St next door to Second National Bank A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every tkecriptioa Tin UNIVERSAL PLOW both right and left hand equal to any plow Double Sfcoval Plows made The best cultivator in the market Sewer Pipe in abundance POMPS Bn A FULL LINE OF TINWARE - 115 fee Bl Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware Br 1 ROOFING and GUTTERING- DONE to ORDER 30 29 i2r There is a man in our town And he is very wise sir When eer he doesnt feel just right One remedy he tries sir Its just the thing to take in spring The blood to purify He tells his friends and nothing else Is he induced to try Beeause having taken Dr Pierces Gol Â¬ den Medical Discovery to cleaoce his svstem tone H up and enrich the blooJ and finding that it always pro- Â¬ duces the desired results he considers thst be would be foolish to experiment wilh anything ehe His motto Is Prove all things and hold fast to that in the State University Thats why he pins which Is good The struggle ot Providence Journal DisMr William llahono for a position of honor hia faith to the Golden Medical may bo upon a principle similar to that covery established by the Swiss General when the for Dr Walklng advertisement Prenoa General asked him why it was that while the French were always fighting for tlnni- fight Safes Catarrh Remedy are the honor tho Swiss seemed to bo always General replied sanda it baa cured ingfor money The Swiss that ho supposed both were fighting for Somerset is to have an ice factory what they needed most Â¬ EXTENSITEIY ADVEMISKD Is the source of health therefore to LAUNDRY BLUE IN THE WORLD NO FREEZE keep well purify the blood by takiug Hoods Harsaparilla This medicine la Glass or Dnst peculiarly designed to act upon the NEVER blood and through that upon all the C3 STATTSS organs and tissues of the body It u wiuni c TllllMa SO per cent cheaper and has a specific action also upon the better than any other bluing in the world secretions aud exertions and atslsta bluing nature to expel from the system scrof- Â¬ BLUIKE Is mora convenient than any othercan pot BLCnfE Is more economical because you ula humors impure particles and in Jest the exact amount and no more effete matter through the lung liver BLTHNE Is clean and neat no dust no spattering orspUUttf The Blood BRECK FEEXaPS CO JELLi THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF IllSlJppf 1 -n 1 32aSEl foCxPzxZ AV 11 I - i 8 fi I Vug bowels kidneys and skin It effect BLUINE Is In small sheets packed in a handsome envelope and would be as ornament on any ually aids weak Impaired and debilitable tated organs A trial will convince BLTOvE is the cheapest because It Is the best you that it does possess peculiar cura- Â¬ Twenty Four Washings for Ten Cents- 35 38 tive powers Â¬ la g KfiiHlMfc J The laundry and stables Hill Academy at ShelbyvlHe were burned Tuesday night anil only a favorable wind saved the school build BLUINE lugs 1 Wanted at n times General Agents SalsaiB tor of Science Wbolemla antBetaU Trade also nwrt women 6071 uulSirUtodoadTcnlinxrlnirTcrTlcuuty jssssttmm FG CO fjf P West Acton Mass ltiT t rffli TRADE FINE VEHICLES FOR THEOHIO S CINCINNATI im k y x J ANTxAAHAy S J S v V AiL mi fMsTIT IW1M11 t - c - VhsB 49 30 3 Writs for Catalogue U A Jw aft Mi jm aH VH SHI at Tiilfe jtjjgafik L H lri iAj w A - - aAa aaa - bMB WgWTTHWTn Mt IBs THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE HE WANTS CANADA AND CUBA AND IS 1IR A FRIEND TO THE SOUTH CLEVELANDS DEMOCRATIC OPINION OF THE PARTY Climax Feinting YEAH Co FRENCH TIPTON Wh g WHITE f Editors PRICE PER 150 1SS9 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY so Bishop McTyeire was the Glad etone of Methodism Gon dent Harrison last Thursday The Confederate veterans meet- Â¬ ing at Lexington has been cancelÂ¬ 0 M Clay called on Presi Â¬ ed port Kentucky has According to the Treasurers re380000 in bank Â¬ Mr Blaine said in an interview last Tuesday that he favored the annexation of both Canada and Cuba He also said he was a friend to the South and wanted Mr Haralson to appoint Conservative progressive Ropublicausto office in the Sou them states If Mr Blaine really favors the annexation of Canada and Cuba he is a friend to the South In those two countries there are no persons who could expect pensions from the United States and therefore would vote solidly against the increase of pensions We hope Mr Blaine may con- Â¬ tinue to advocate the annexations and that in the near future the same tnaj be consummated The day they shall come into the Union good bo pensions Republican party and all their contingencies Â¬ Â¬ The Prohibition convention at Louisville last week endorsed Woraans Suffrage THE PEOPLES CHOICE ft t Governor Buckner announces that he is not nor will not be a candidate for United States Senator Â¬ The complete returns are all in and the exact vote for President is as follows Cleveland received i It is said that Frank Grime a farmer aged 50 years died of lock Â¬ jaw in Bourbon county last week the result of a frostbitten toe The Fayette county Grand Jury has condemned the Lexington jail which is now half a century old aiid suggests the building of a new oe The various Commercial Clubs of Kentucky organized into a league at Louisville last Tuesday with Governor Buckner as PresiÂ¬ dent The Lexington Observer says ris has not and ought not draw from the gubernatorial race that State Senator John D Har- Â¬ wont be necessary to with- Â¬ 5630578 votes Harrison 5534 079 Fisk 244959 and Strealor 136443 making the total vote of the lour 11353061 an increrse of 1357094 over the total of 18S4 Cleveland received 96499 more votes than Harrison Who can say that the country is not Democratic The law ought to be changed The present system is not fair Take Kentucky for instance Of all the Republican votes cast in this State for Harrison not one is counted Look at Indiana Cleveland is not credited with a single vote of the large Democratic strength in that State The electoral system must go but it wont do so until a Democratic administration comes again and then it Â¬ Â¬ A Washington Correspondent has had a talk with Mr Cleveland concerning the Democratic party It is a grand party and was never in better shape than it is at present When we consider the condition it was in before the tar- Â¬ iff issue was formulated the want of unanimity the wide divergence of views on many points and the hearty united support it gave me during the campaign who can doubt that its status has been im- Â¬ proved and that it has a glorious future before it The President is as firm now as he ever was in the opinion that tariff reform is the great living issue for the Democracy Ho regards it as an issue in harmony with the spirit and traditions of the party and one involving enormous benefits to the people He believes that sooner or later the toiling masses will be thoroughly roused to an indignant perception of the iact that the taxing power of the nation is be ing recklessly used for the benefit of a favored Tew He does not tolerate the idea that the Democratic party was beaten on the tariff issue last fall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sort of poetic fiJucssnY- - such a FIFTIETH C0NGRES meeting Politics wa3 not named Second Session in our interview except when 1 WjkEnxNGTOif Feb ll Senate Tha cre told Gon Harrison that after dentials or Mr Coke for his new Senatorial term Kens presented and placed on flle Mr Dawes Blaine he was my first choice presented a petition from ISO Indians students at Hampton Va against the continuance of the I called the Generals attention Indians as aa encouragement to the fact that a Cabinet boom ration system torecommendlnc their eqalralent to Idleness and had been wandering around with In farming Implements and stock A secret ses sion was ordered at 1325 p m and lasted until his name as its guiding star p m The naval appropriation blU was The only boom I ever had or 3S considered until 3 S p m when the Senate ad journed ever expect to have he answered House On motion Caldwell Wis is that which my public life en the House Insisted on of Mr its amendments to tho titles mo to I never asked an direct tax bill and a conference iras ordered election case wis called up office of any President either for The Smalls Elliott by and antagonized the post odd appropri myself or a friend Since Gen ation bill but finally won the floor on a vote of yeas 121 nays 89 Crisp of Georgia opened the Harrison was elected I have for- Â¬ case for Elliott the Billing memtx r Itowcll bidden anybody to apply to him of Illinois followed for Smalls Pending fur on my part and if such has been ther debato the matter went over until toÂ¬ morrow Messrs The Speaker done it was contrary to my desire Caswell Seneyand Oates appointed on the as conferees At the same time I will admit direct tax bill Tbo House then adjourned Sesate Among the YVashisoton Feb that I wrote a few letters to per- Senate bills reported lifrom comnUteees and sons in Kentucky and outside of placed on the calendar was one to provide for that State not exceeding ten I the enforcement of the quarantine laws and for the the should say notifying them that regulations of of a United States and Health establishment National Bonn of would likely be suggest- Â¬ An executive session was ordered after whieh mj name appropriation bill was considered ed to Gen Harrison for a Portfolio the navalA message from the President on and passed the and in such an event requesting Alaska seal fisheries was read acd referred My By a party vote of 22 yeas 19 nays the resolu their favorable consideration tion directing a revision of the laws regulating purpose in doing this was to create the election of members of Congresi was taken an outward public sentiment so up and at 4 15 p m the Senate adjourned Mr McCreary House that if I should happen to be ap- the SenateOa motion of the Prescient toKy pro bill to enablo pointed I would not be crowded tect tho interests of the United SU es In Pana referred as I was in 1861 by interested out- Â¬ ma was and leave to the Committee on Foreign Affairs granted to the committee to siders Courier Journal 15th report at any time The contestod election Â¬ Â¬ STEAM OUTDONE WIT FKQH HIGHER SOURCES CoSTElBUTEDJ fjfffl r tM 1 fliiWI HiHBft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SHE SPANKED THE PRESIDENT Â¬ Â¬ DESTITUTE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS The Directors of the Louisville Board 01 Trade have taken steps toward the celebration in 1S92 of Kentuckys centennial of admiss ion into the Union Â¬ Alien of Massachusetts to W Corbett of California for seven celts This is rather a big average ior untried stock V 8 at Lexington last week by W It Sixty thousand dollars was paid Filly people were burned and crushod to death Monday morning in the Park Central Hotel Hartford Conn by the explosion of a boiler which set the hotel on lire after demolishing it Â¬ Â¬ CJaliin University at Orangeburg South Corolina has nine hundred and twenty live colored students Throughout the Southern States there are one million colored children in school plicants Â¬ Gen W T Shermrn says he wishes Congress would throw open all the Soldiers Homes provided by the Government to destitute Confederate soldiers This is an evidence of a softer spot in the old warriors heart than he has ever had credit of possessing Gen Sherman heartily favors the Confederate Soldiers Home at Aus tin Texas and wrote a strong letter of recommendation for the effort being made by Maj Stuart to raise funds in New York Among other things he said I am willing to say that any means to relieve the Confederate Soldier made prematurely old by a war he could not help meets my sympathy and I wish it all success The people of Texas have dova ted 16000 and sixteen acres of ground with a house have been bought and 113 inmates are now being cared for with 200 more apÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An elderly woman named Wil liams applied to an employment agency in Indianapolis ihe other daytor a position as housekeeper When asked who would recommend her she replied President Harrison I reckon as I was his nurse and lived in the family a She was then number of years asked why she did not apply to the distinguished gentleman for assistance The old lady answered that it would look like bpg ging and that was precisely what she did not want to do or even appear to do Upon being asked if she recollected anything of the Presidents boyhood days she said He was one of the baddest little boys that ever lived always teasing and trying to scare somebody One day I was packing an armful of wood upstairs when he hollered I fell down the wood lell on me and by the time I reached the bottom I was almost dead Little Bens grandmother heard the noise and quick as she found out what it was she dressed him down with a switch right across her lap and he yelled loud enough to be heard a mile away It was only a few days after that when he tried to scare me again and I hickoried him myself that time Oh he was always playing pranks and nobody would have ever thought that he was going to be President I have been a Democrat all my life but I am a Republican since he was elected Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A JOKE ON SENATOR BLACKBURN- - The London Echo notices that John C Jackson was born mar ried and died in the month of February and also that his father was bora and died in that month In this connection we should remark that the later lived to be 95 years Â¬ Â¬ AS GOOD AS CAUGHT oW tower at Paris France building for the worlds exposition next summer has reached the vast height of seven hundred and thirty eight feet It is to be 1000 feet high Do you want to climb to the top How cool and nice next summer The FOR STATE TREASURER Adam Cobb of Owen county was nominated by the Prohibition convention in cession at Louisville last Wednesday for State Treasurer Steve Sharp will use this Oobb right roughly and dont you forget it A TRIPPLE GULDEN WEDDINU Â¬ In the year 1830 three broth- Â¬ ers named Read were married in Allen connty Ky They and their wives are alive and purpose celebrating their golden weddings by a grand gathering and big din- MIGHTY IN PROPHECY BUT NOT MUCH ner at the old Read homestead IN PHILOSOPHY which still exists precisely as left by the father of the Reads in the The Winchester Democrat anlong ago This is an unusual oc- nounces that Clark county has curence if not the only one of the more milos of railroad in proporkind that ever occured tion to her territory than Madison county will have in the next Â¬ The Legislature of Arkansas has authorized the Government to offer a reward of 5000 for the apprehension of Claytons assassin With other rewards already offered the large sum of 20000 now stands ready to drop into the pocket of any one who may discover the murderer Clayton was the Republican candidate for Congress and claimed to have defeated Clifton R Breckinridge While in pursuit of a stolen ballot box at Plummer ville he was killed The press everywhere Democratic as well as Republican condemns the killing The Republican press of course calls it a political murder The deed was no doubt committed by some senseless creature who thought he was doing the Democratic party a great service and who had not the advice of any human being on earth But theorizing is useless for the 20000 reward will find the man and all the facts in the case will be brought out and the day of his finding is in the near future Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SENATOR Gov Buckner has stated that lie is in no sense a candidate lor United States Senator Let us attempt to induce that pure statesman the Hon James BMcCreary to make the race and if he should consent to do so make a united exertion to put him in He is worthy and competent and while we do not mean to disparage the claims of others we feel that his public service demands a hearing in the contest Lancaster News Â¬ Â¬ BUCK AND HIS BUGS r confinement to bed with a broken hip to prevent his utterance of a truthful remark now and then He says The Midway Clipper says that Minester Buck will sail from Peru for home the 12th on a several months leave of absence Blaine will likely extend the leave inde- Â¬ finitely and Buck will most probably never be heard of again ex- Â¬ cept when the Clipper reports progress in his bug hunting Â¬ not near enough killed by his long The Stanford Journal man was THE KIRMESS The ladies of Louisville wanted to establish a free Kindergarten but had no money They decided to have a Kirmess a dance of all nation lasting a wwk A In re number of the niusi graceful danc era were engaged and every dance of the world was represented even to the exact costumes A theatre was secured and performances were given every night for a week The receipts were seven thousand dollars --and ihe expenses three thousand leaving 4000 for the Kindergarten Aside from the financial result the entertainment was exceedingly interesting and instructive more National campaigns eleven in all than any other living man I began in 1840 by sup man may go to Congress in pro- porting Wm Henry Harrison portion to the Blair Educational first in convention and afterwards Bill but he cant build railroads in on the stump throughout the country Knowing the grandfa- Â¬ proportion to territory In the meantime Madison has ther so well I came here to make more miles of railroad than Clark the acquaintance of the grandson and continues to build It seemed to me ihat there was a Â¬ Â¬ century What Madison may have with in the next century is a matter of prophecy and as we are neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet we shall not essay to argue the point But of the proportion to territory we have a word to say If Clark and Madison counties were the same size lhisproportionidea of the Democrat might count something but as Madison is one and three fourths times as large as Clark it cant come into the count The reason is obvivous If Clark had precisely the number of miles of railroad it should Imvft then Madison would be compelled to have more miles of railroad than it should in order to have as many miles in Dronortion to ter-titory On the other hand if juauison should have just the number of miles of road necessary to commerce then Clark could not have enough railroad for her com- Â¬ merce without destroying the proportion As an illustration take a territory say one mile across each way and you have about a square mile of country Build a road across it and you have in that territory one mile of road for every square mile of territory Then lake a territory ten miles across and you have something like a hutilre Mpiitrr miK- or territory w 10 build in Intt territory as many miles of roud as there are in the smaller territory in proportion to the size you must build the road ten times across it Thus you 6ee the Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Not long ago Senator Blackburn went out to Western Texas on a pleasure excursion and en route took in Indian Territory He was so pleased with its blue grassy appearance that he concluded to make a horseback journey through part of it One day when he was riding along taking in all the glories of the great pasture land he was overtaken by a well mounted well armed and well dressed redskin who spoke a little English Cow man eh was his first inquiry Oh no Im just looking at this line country I dont live here I live in Kentucky Kentucky Uh You got whis ky The Senator had a small flask of Old Crow in his side pocket and immediately produced it In a little while the aboriginal wanted another drink and finally the whole flask but after giving him two small jiggers the civilties were brought to an end That evening when the Senator was in the public room of the lit- Â¬ tle Texas town he told the circumstances of having met the Indian and said In all my life I have never seen any human being on God Almightys green earth that had a tithe of the appreciation for a bottle of whisky that this redskin manifested Gentlemen lam telling you not a whit more than the absolute truth when I say that Indian began by offering me his repeating Colts rifle and ended by dismounting from his horse and offering me his Arrapahoe blanket his Mexican silver mounted saddle his gun pistols and the horse itself for what remained in the flask I really believe he would have given me his leggins moccasins gee string and all and gone back home naked lor just that lit- Â¬ tle modicum of whisky Well Senator said one of his auditors why didnt you trade with him Trade with him exclaimed the Kentuckian in utter astonishment at such a suggestion My God man it was the last lialf pintl had Washington Critic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ case of Emails vs Elliott was taken up Speeches were made by Messrs OFerraKVa Cooper O Johnson lad McComas ML Outhwaite O and Smalls Penillnz further debate a bill was passed authorizing the Com Below will be found a list of the missioners of Internal Revenue to refund to Hardin County Ky certain moneys received thoroughbreds that sold for 2500 on dividends on shares of stock ovned by the and over at public auction in the county in the Louisville and Nashville Railroad United States in 1888 The cheap- Â¬ Company At 630 p mIX the Houso adjourned WAsmscTOS Feb Sksati Mr Hale est horse sold was the bay stallion presented the conference report oa the diplo bill imp Royalty by Kingcraft he matic and consular appropriation by Mr which was agreed Hale after a changing ownership for the insig- Â¬ in reply to to question statement of Mr Sherman that a tho appropriation of halt a million for the pro nificant sum of 10 tection of American interests In Samoa was re King Thomas b c yearling by tained and that the appropriation of 1100000 for a coaling station at Pago Page had been Imp King Ban dam Maud transferred to the naval appropriation bill Hampton 38000 which had passed the Senato yesterday Oth erwise there was no substantial changes In the French Park b c 2 by King Ban dam Lou Pike 12100 diplomatic bill100 A bill was Introduced granting a month to the widow of Gen a pension of The Lioness b f 2 by Billet dam eral Hunt The Senate proceeded in a body to House to count the Electoral vote After Vega 10100 the their return the District militia bill was passed Eric b c 2 by Duke of Magenta The Congressional election resolution was con dutn imp Second Hand 8500 sidered After an executive session the Sen ate at 5 S5 p m adjourned Houston b c yearling by Hin pension veto messages wero House doo dam Bourbon Belle 8200 read Bills Three reported from committees were Bradford b c 4 b Bramble or 1 p m the Senate arrived and Senator At Glengurr dam Nevnda 6000 Inpalls presided over the Joint assmbly The certificates were opened and read and the Once again b o 2 by Ouomluun election of Harrison and Morton President and dam Black Maria 599o Vice President respectively announced by a voteof23JtolG3 After the count the Smalls Chestnut colt yearling by Iro- Â¬ Elliott election case was considered and Elquois dam Leiola 5500 liott declared elected yeas 113 nays 12C At 6 p m tho House adjourned S by Longfellow Leonatus b h WAsnnrGTOrr Sex ate The reso dam Semper Felix 5300 lution heretofore Feb It by Mr Stewart for a offered Strideuwaych c 4 by Glenmore select committee of seven Senators on irrigadam Spinaway- 5050 tion and reclamation ot arid lands with a clerk at 10 per day was agreed to Mr Morgan offer Blue Bird b c yearling by Biled an amendment to the resolution reported let dam Mundane 4500 from the Committee on Privileges and Elections which was laid on the table und ordered Blue Rock b c 2 by Billet dam printed Instructs the committee so to frame Calomel 4500 legislationIton the subject ot elections that it Duiiboyne b c 4 by Uncus dam shall not apply to any State whose constitution imp Frey 4500 and laws provide ample security for the honost exercise ot the right to vote etc Two pension Kalnolab b m 5 by Longfellow vetoes were presented and refeiTcd After dam Svlpb 4500 morning hour business a speech wvs made by Wilson of Iowa on Frys blllreUting to Im Glidelia ch m 12 by Bonnie ported liquors from neighboring States The Scotland dam Wallz 4100 Texas outrage resolution was taksn up Mr Coke replied to Mr Evarts arraignment Triftan b c 3 yr by imp Olen a short secret session the Senate at 310 eljr dam La Travista 3900 After adjourned p m House The Senate amendments were non Chestnut filly yearling by Mor- Â¬ timer dam Lizzie Lucas 3850 concurred in to the legislative acd executive appropriation bill and Messrs Forney Ran Monsoon b c 2 yr by imported dall and Cannon were appointed conferee Kyrle Daly dum Mura 3800 The Senate bill was passed providing for writs of error to the Supreme Court in all cases in Sam Wood b c 2 by Longfellow volving the question of Jurisdiction ot courts dam Lucy Jackson 3700 below A bill was passed to divide a portion ot the Sioux Reservation in Dakota The confer Cortland brc yearling by Hin Â¬ ence report on Senate Mil for the admission doo dam Katie- 3500 ot the State ofthe South Dakota was considered Galifet cbc 3 b Falsetto dam A resolution was agreed to providing for the India 3500 admission of two Dakotas Montana and WashÂ¬ ington At 5 p m the House adjourned The Tigres s b f earli ng by imp Wasiiingtov Feb 15 Sesati The cre Â¬ Billet dam Vega 3500 dentials ot Wm D Washburn as Senator from tha State of Minnesota for the term be Phillip c 2 yrs by Longfel Â¬ ginning March next were presented read low dam Sylph 3400 and placed on file Mr Hale gave notice that next Monday he would ask tha Senate to pro- Â¬ Brown colt yearling by imp bill A Sir Madried dam Plaything 3300 ceed to the consideration ot the census Several pension veto was read and referred So So cli g 2 by Longfleldl im bills were reported including a bill authoriz- Â¬ Sozoilont 3250 ing the commissioners to condemn land for a Rock Creek park The credentials of Mr Falcon bl c 3 by Falsetto dam Washburn from Minnesota were presentod Mollie Woods 3200 Several bills were passed and Mr Coke con Â¬ tinued his speech on the Texas outrage EuloÂ¬ Autocrat b c 3 by Prince Char gies were delivered on the late Representative He dam Blomida 3100 Robertson and as a further marl of respect Locust bl c by Virgil dam Mrs the Senate at 415 p m adjourned until toÂ¬ morrow Gummidge 3100 House Mr Mills Tex from the Commit Bay fitly yearling by Glenelg tee on Ways and Means reportet back the Mills tariff bill with Senate amendments and dam Malta- 3100 by direction of the Speaker it was referred to Flatbtish b c yearling by Glen- Â¬ the Committee ot the Whole The Ecnate bill elg dam Florida 3000 was passed appropriating tSOOOO to protect American interests in Panama By a vote ot b c 2 by Longfellow Lanne 104 to 109 the Houso finally passed Instructions dam Wigwam 3000 to its confreres to agree to tho admission of the Â¬ North and South Dakotas Montana and Wash Retrieve b f 2 by Duke of Monwas trose dam PattI 3050 ington The post office appropriation bill bills considered until 5 p m At 733 pension Cambyses gr c 4 by Mortimer were considered WAsnrsG roK Feb 18 Senate Bills wero dam Lizzie Lucas 2950 passed for a light house and fog signal at Old Bay colt yearling by Kyrle Da- Â¬ Y and for the retirement ot Orchard Shore N ly dam Mura 2900 Major Joseph Belger as Colonel on the retired list The Texas outrage resolution was fur Bay colt yearliug by Sir Mo ther dlscnssed by Mr Coke Messrs Blair and dred dom Faustina 2800 Edmunds made speeches In opposition to the Longford be yearling by Long Â¬ direct tax bill and at 4 p m the Senate od fellow dam Semper Idem 2800 journeo The conference report on the diplo House Miss Cody b f yearling by Bil- Â¬ matic- appropriation bill was agreed to Messrs 2800 McMUlln and Breckinridge reported their re let dam Belle Palmer spective tariff bills and they were placed on Racemede ch f yearling by the calendar giving the n priority over tha reported tobacco tax Calomel 2700 Cowles appropriationbillbill was later The post Hindoo dam office considered till Frisco cb c yearling by Hin- Â¬ t3U p m wnen mo uouse aajourn ja HORSES THAT SOLD FOR OVER IN 1888 2000 OR Â¬ ore aLM BUs SLh H w3 JR fi E f SELS H An Irishman who was very nearsight Em s 39 i probably the most remarkable for ed about to fight a duel insisted that he pressure nuil the Immense quantity of should stand sir paces nearer to ms an water supplied of any ever opened tagonist than the other did to him and More than a hundred of uch wells they were both to fire at the same time from 500 to 1600 feet deep are to day In CORK WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COUNTER AND successful operation distributed through Â¬ Foote was praising the Irish for their Yank- Â¬ out twenty nine counties from asked him ton in the extreme north giving forth hospitality when a gentleman No sir strpam it he had ever been at Cork g a constant but I have which is in no wise aflected by the In Â¬ answered the commedian it creased number of welle and liowlng a seen many dra wings of whose gauge pressure In some Instances as high as 160170175 and 187 Kunds to Sidney Smith being ill his doctor ad Â¬ temendous pow- Â¬ vised him to take a walk upon an empty the square inch This said the wit er is utilized in the more important stomach Upon whose Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to towns forwater supply fire protection NOT TO BE DEALT WITH all of our customers and friends who may take advantage and vr anil the driving of machinery at a A farmer sat down on a piece of hot offer original cost wouderful saviug ou the iron in a blacksmiths shop and in rising of plant and maintenance when com- Â¬ a hold in the ceiling pared with steam In the city of broke GOODS W M L Yankton a forty horse power turbine wheel operating a tow mill by day and Kentucky breeders are again in the an electric light plant by night is lead with winning sires tho three in onr stock on the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rates driven by the force of water flowing largest winning sires having stood in from nu artesian well Ihe cost of obÂ¬ Kentucky the next two beiugTenne taining which is no greater than would spc stallions while the sixth on the have been the cost of asleam pngine list Is the Imported horse Rayon dOr developing the same power not count- Â¬ now standing in Pennsylvania ing the continual outlay necessary had steam been employed for fuel Satate of Ohio City of Toledo J Lucus County S 8 repairs and the salaries of eugiueer Frank J Cheney makes oatti that and flreman What has been accom of the firm of pllshed through the aid of natural gas he is the senior member Co doing busiuess in F Cheney and cheap fuel In building up raanu County and State factories elsewhere may some day be the City of Toltdo aforesaid and that said firm will pay rivalled on the prairies of Dakota by DOL tapping the Inexhaustible power stored the sum of ONE HUNDREDcase of LARS for each and every biiieath the surface P F McClure Catarrh that can not be cured by the in Harpers Magazine fur February ue of Halls Catarrh Cure The s of Dakota ll 151 never-varj-in- Oo a Par lore Extensive Scale TF3rirer tast sbasoint EYERY Goods FROM DEPARTMENT Silks Woolen Dress Calicoes Cottons Hosiery Underwear Knit Skirts Kibbons Laces Handkerchiefs Yeiling KID GLOYES ETC ETC OO Â¬ THE COURIER JOURNAL The Representative Paper of the South- West Largest Circulation of Any Democratic Newspaper in America FRANK J CHENEY Â¬ Â¬ Sworn to befoie me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Decem- Â¬ ber S6 A W GLEARON ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO j seal j T Xotarary Public Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Db Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ doo dam Franceses Hardwood br c yearling by Virgil dam Finework Mattle T b m 5 by Imp Billet dam Jaconet- Bohemian b c 3 by Ten Broeck dam Oleander Brown colt yearbng by Sir Modred dam Sweetbrier 2500 DRIP ROCK Born to Uie wife of T J Ross a boy 2600 James Mc Born to the wife of W H Cox Febru- Â¬ 2500 ary ist 1SS9 a girl 2250 Mr Hyram Winkle of High Bridge is visiting relatives in this section 2600 Â¬ Ihe highest priced private of Jonesvilie Gilmer Parsons transactions were Terra Cotta17 500Egmont 10500 Deceiver Va passed through town representing Galen 10000 10000 and the Knoxville nursery Mr and Mrs Henry Webb of Mon Wheeler T 7500 Ringing Noises Â¬ Â¬ tana are visiting friends and relatives here after an absence of 22 years Â¬ GEN CASSIUS M CLAY PAYS HIS RES Â¬ PECTS TO THE GRANDSON OF THE GRANDFATHER In the ears sometimes a roaring buzRev J G Parsons and A B Little zing sound are caused by catarrh that have been holding a protracted meeting at exceedingly disagreeable and very common disease Loss of smell or the Baptist church with eight additions bearing also result from catarrh Died at the residence ot Richard Hislei Hoods Sar8aparilla the great blood Mr Allen Hisle in his 102nd yar Allen purifier is a peculiarly successful rem Hisle had been an invalid tor several edy for this disease which it cures by years purifying the blood If you suffer Mr John P Cox has been sjck for sevfrom catarrh try Hoods Sasaparllla eral weeks with pneumonia but is improv the peculiar medicine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One of Gen Harrisons callers to day was Gen Cassius M Clay of Kentucky He spent a pleasant half hour and says politics was not mentioned Gen Clay is not unknown to the Hoosier politicians having stumped that State on repeated occasions and in the lintel lobby this afternoon and to night he held quite a levee His whitened hair gray beard sparkling eye and magnificent physical proportions contributed to tiuike him the object of much attention He suid concerning Â¬ his visit 1 have perhaps participated in won for Itself such universal confidence as To The JIarJi Gras Ayers Sarsaparilia It is the most The Queen Crescent Route has powerful combination of vegetable almade excursion rales from all princi Â¬ terative ever offered to the public und pal point on iUi lino to New Orleans is iicktiowledgt d by the medical pro- and return for those wishing to attend fet elmi to lie the best blood purluer 1ioftets on vale March Mardi Gras 1m to 5t good to rrinrn until March EKgs and chickens are too valuable 15tn 1889 For further information n be allowed to go to waste when apply to any Coupon Ticket Agent oa GanterV Chicken Cholera Cure is sold 30 37 Willis and wjrra uttd by Stockton their line The Supreme Court of Georgia grant Â¬ ed a new trial to Tom Wool folk con- Â¬ victed of the murder of bis father step- Â¬ mother and six brothers and sisters Thescene of the crime was near Macon and Woolfolk was branded as the moat notable criminal of modern times The grounds upon which a new trial is granted is alleged errors of the court below In the admission of certain liere say testimony JusiiceSimmons who delivered the decision referred to the demousiiutiiiii 111 the coiirl icmm at Mhcoii iluilng the trial of the case whets the crowd cried Hang him Th- - Justice also ceiiMir hung him fd ilit-- court below fur not taking num Â¬ mary means for the punishment of those who raided the crie3 ing slowly and will be out in a few days Married at the residence of M DJ Alcorn by Rev A B Williams L F Parsons to Syntha Alcorji The couple left for their home in Hunt county Texas Also at the residence of E Pursons by Rev Joe Parsons John W Sparks and Milly Murphy Mr Harry Webb of Nebraska who has been visiting friends for several weeks past has gone home accompanied by Mr Noland Webb and family of this county who aexpect to mike Nebraska their future home They did not leave without tears Mr J L C has sold his horse and declares that he is going to Nebraska too No other spring medicine has Â¬ week ju t closed amount to 2609 hlidt with receipts for the same period 1227 hhds Sales on our market nince Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 17092 hhds Sales of the crop of 1S8S to date amount to 16357 lilid The offerings of New Burley on our market this week have been ngain ou a liberal scale and we are able to report URMSTON RENNETT an improvement on Ihe good to tine lant grades of leaf Common Burley re Â¬ eaTSubscribe for the Weekly mains firm at such prices as were cur- Â¬ Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky apllS tf Oouiuek Jouhnai and learn the rent a week ao the great bulk of the truth and join in the Peoples Battle of offerings are very poor in quality The following quotations fairly rep resistance Burley Daily except Sunday one year S10 resent our market on damaged tobacco tobacco Trash Dark and Daily except Sunday one month 1 FOR JAILER 2 50 to 100 year 2 Suuitay one Colory Trash 450 toSG50 JOHN F WAGERS Is a candidate Tor Jaitr Common Lugs uot colory 350 to ot Madison county subject to theaeuouot Sample copy and premium supple the Democratic parly ment sent free to any address A 550 Colory Lugs 6 50 to 350 JAMES C LACKEY Is a enndWate for variety of useful and attractive premMR JOHN E GREENLEAF hai Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ Common Leaf 600 to SS 00 tion of the Democratic party bought wit the interest of Mr V M iums is oflered by the Weekly Cou Â¬ Medium to good leaf 350 to 1400 a candidate late firm of Buchanan SAMCEL Select rier Journal Agents canvassing 1850 or wrappery leaf 1400 to for Jailer of BIGGERSTAFF labflbjeet to 3-the Ballard in thethe undersigned will con- Â¬ Madison county Ballard aud party action of the Democratic outfit also provided tree of charge tinue the THUMAS 8 FERRELL to a candidate tor Nu traveling agents are employed by LIVE STOCK MAEK3T E3P0ET Jailer of Madison connty subject to the ac Â¬ the Courier Journal but a good local tion of the Democratic party By GREENE 4 EM BUY agent Is wanted in every community JOI1N HILL Is a candideate for Jailer of e Stock Commission Merchants at Clncln Mpdison county subject to the actlouot the to whom a liberal cash commission Ll nail Union Stock Ynnls nutl Covington Democratic parly mock Yards is allowed AND Adilres4 AJBROADDUSlsa candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action -of W N HALDEMAN 31Cincinnati Ohio Feb it 1SS9 Democratic party the President Courier Journal Co SHIPPING CATTLE GEORUE V MAUPIX to a candidate for Louisville Ky Jailer of Madison county subject to 31-the Good to Extra 4 00 4 25 action of the Democratic party The Climax and the Weekly Cou Fair to Good 3 So 4 00 FOR ASSESSOR rier Journal 1 year 225 Daily Cou Common and Rough 3 00 3 40 Tbey will keep on 3 50 3 75 rier Journal and Climax 1 year 1125 Good to Extra Oxen A J WlLLOUGHBY to a candidate Tor At the same place Oxen 3 oo 3 25 Assessor of Madison county subject to the sale the latest and handsomest styles of Sunday Courier Journal aud Climax Fair to Good Rough party 2 25 Common and 2 75 action of the Democratic 1 year 325 36-W J HARVEY to a candidate for Assessor BUTCHER CATTLE of Madison county subject to the action -of Good to Extra 123 60 3 75 the Democratic party REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Fair to Good 3 40 3 60 C R TODOR Is a candidate for Asesorof Extra Fat Steers 3 25a 3 40 Madison county subject to the action of13-the 2 85a 3 00 Democratic party The following list of desirable prop- Â¬ Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows JOELT EUBRYlsacandidatefor Astssor 3 00 3 25 erty has been placed in our hands for Fair to Good Cows 3 75 ot Madison county subject to the action of 2 50 11- sale We will take pleasure in show Common Cows 1 50 2 00 the Democratic party ing the same and quoting terms and Rough Cows and Oxen 1 25 I oo - FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT prices BULLS J B HARRIS to a candidate for County A new two story brick metal roof Best Shipping 2 65 2 75 Superintendent ot Public School subject to 8-Residence situated ou West Main Best Bologna 2 25 2 50 the actlou ot the Democratic party 2 oo 2 15 street rooms large and conveniently Fair Bologna MRS A T MILLION Is a candidate for re-Â¬ 1 oo Fair to Good 2 00 election to the office of County Superintend Â¬ located gas water works hot air fur- Â¬ Common and Feeders 1 25 1 75 Thin ent of Public Schools subject to the action -ot And everything else in their line 35nace good cistern stable and in every the Democratic party FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Their prices will be as LOW as the way a desirable home Good Extra Steers 3 75 3 6o LOWEST Two cheap houses on East Main Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 50 They will also attend all calls in the 2 56 2 75 street four rooms each and kitchen Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers 3 oo 2 25 Undertakers Hue with a Terms easy COWS AND CALVES 200 Acres of Rood Blue Grass Laud Having re purchased tho farm I 45 oo50 00 large Residence near school and Best Grades Fair to Good 30 00840 00 moved from ou Muddy Creek I will church Everything a farmer could Common Tbey solicit your patronage 20 00 25 00 remove tlipre about the first of March deMre Best Veal Calves 5 00 5 50 18S9 I desire trfpell the farm where I v An unimproved lot on High street Fair to Good 3 50 4 50 now live two miles oortli of Rich 30- JOHN E UREENLEAF- Common and Heavy 2 oo 3 00 mond Ky on the Otter Creek turn- Â¬ next to J J Brooks residence 200 pike This la roi contains fifty acres all HOGS feet front aud 255 feet deep desirably in enifs except ten acres Jays well is Select Butchers 4 6o 4 65 well adapted to any kind of crop well located Size of lots to suit purchaser 4 4 f air to Uood rackers 4 55 watered A new two story Frame Residence Good to Extra Lights baa upon it 4 60 4 65 on West Main street ten rooms a Light Pigs 4 50 4 60 desirable home SPRING LAMBS Little Hardware Store unimproved Seyenteen Building Extra- 6 containing eleven rooms good ice house barn hen house carriage houe Lots In Lyman addition uitie lots Common to Good 4 OF two good cellar splendid cistern good sold Cheapest lots iu Richmond 4 spring convenient fiue garden well to 10 perfoot fenced extra good orchard of two acres Two story Frame Residence seven well ieuceil fine apples pears peache9 plums prunes grapes cherries c Is tmt quite as large s some others rooms two cisterns good barn and nice yard well fenced Land all en- that ynu have seeu but he wishes to large lot on Lancaster Avenue closed with new plank fence cond say that his pricvs- correspond with Makes the Ures ot stony people miserable A one and one half story Frame neighborhood good neighbors and often leads to self destruction Distress Oflier the feizc of Ids hou e He has just reÂ¬ Cottage in Estill addition just com- Â¬ land adjoining that has no improve Â¬ ceived A FULL LINE OF after eating soor stomach sick headache ments can be bought at reasonable heartburn loss of appetite a faint all gone pleted cheap feeling bad taste coated tongue and Irrego prices aud on easy terms If not sold A oue story Double Frame Dwelling KATTOCKS HOES above I will ot the bowels are House on lot 100 feet front 212 feet niotrnrn larlty of the more common before highestofter the on the fifty acres PL0VS to the bidder premises Mistress some deep ou Irvine street near li It Marrh 2nd 1S89 at 11 oclock n m symptoms Dyspepsia does After not Will take pleasure in showing above crossing A good investment Et well ot Itself It described land to any one desiring Pxmw rennlres careful persistent -- utmS to of every description aud everything A nice little Cottage Home for a look at it HIRAM J KIT attention and a remedy like Hoods Sarsa Pope Is sole agent the farmer need small family on North street Feb 11 89 Richmond Ky for the celebrated parOla which acts gently yet surely and Two story Frame Residence with 35 37 efficiently It tones the stomach and other basement well located and desirable organs regelates the digestion creates a good appetite and by thus 490 Acres of well improved farming I SAc Ic local symplauds eight miles South east of Rich Â¬ overcoming the the sympa lQ3CnO toms remores for which he keeps a full line of reptirs mond thetie cSccts ot the disease banishes the EST Remember he makes bis owu Six unimproved Building Lots well headache and refreshes tho tired mind Tinware IhaTe been troubled with dyspepsia I located 60 leet by 160 to 190 feet with bad but Utile appetite and what I did eat alley at back I cfler for sale privately an excellent Unrtwm distressed me or did me farm of Two new Frame metal roof Real little good In aa honr 35 3 deuce eight and eleven roorusuew de- Â¬ bum after eating I would expe Â¬ rience a tiintness or tired all gone feeling signs and just completed on good size with dwelling house ou It kuown us ftflf Awf1trMneTT as though I had not eaten anything My trou- Â¬ lots well located Aaa aaaalklltela - - - - - - aj ff the Old Ton Farm 4 miles from r ble I think was aggravated by my business y T 1 I iiraav w jb i Two unimproved Lota in Crow addi- Â¬ Richmond and readied by the Rich Â¬ mobx which Is that ot a painter and from being 3 m ia mtM l cttoi mond and Lancaster turnpike more or less shot up in a tion The nm f innck lmIW7 oour farm is well watered Tluve desiring JSTIf you desire to sell or buy call room wlthfresh paint Last- StOmaCH wcriCwtt alt tSM turaK to purchase will please cull oil ornd spring I took Hoods Sanawta aiao ttB rrc ou us for terms rllla took three bottles It did me on dress Joe Bush at Richmond Wr tH ItftHB 32- Immense amount ot good Respectfully Mrs B TAYLOR It gave tne an for the Farmer the Merchant aud the Family Circle Pop- Â¬ ular and cheap It advocates a reform of the present high tariff and wages vigorous war on all subsidies and mo- Â¬ nopolies It Is emphatically the peo- Â¬ ples paper and its immense circula- Â¬ tion throughout the United States attest its power as the organ of the people THE WEEKLY COURIER JOUR- Â¬ NAL Is the largest aud oest Democrat- Â¬ ic newspaper issued It is an eight pane paper of eight columns to the page and its Mxty four columns each week are filled with live and interest lug matter It is newsy bright und cleiti and leads the American news Â¬ papers of the day The regular subscription price Is SI per year and tu clubs of eight yearly subscribers at one time with eight dollars an extra copy sent one year to the address of the club raiser or to any other address desired lu other words ultie copies one year for eight dollars The CouiUKlt JouRNAl is the one great newspaper West of the Alleyheuies aud South of the Potomac and the Ohio which has had the courage the independence and the ability to stand aud resist the flood tide of monopoly sweeping over the lmd and to make an upright and disinterested defense of the tolling tax pa iug masses of the people Fighting all dishonesty the CouBiEitJouHNAii Is as u sentinel on the watch lower sleepless aud vigi- Â¬ Â¬ i- - It is the paper Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternnlly and acts directly on the blood aud mucus surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Large Line o Wraps OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE QTSold by Druggists 34 37 Toledo Ohio 75 cents - MATRIMONIAL- contributed W Laidtan and Miss Ollle V EWIlilermutli were married at Cincin Mr J Â¬ nati Friday evening Febtuary loth 1S89 and arrived in Richmond the fol Â¬ lowing day on the 8 p m train to the great sorrow ot the young men of RichA grand supper was spread at mond No 400 East Main Street by Ihe young They are one of friends of the bride the brightest young couples that ever They entered the city of Richmond We were formerly natives of Indiana winli hem success all through life and hope they will make this their future Â¬ rlsi sites lew Markets Jackets 5 AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS I3ST C3- - 33 1 VAEHBTY WE ALSO DAVE AN DD1EXSE STOCK OF home F Louisville By Jlover Tobacco Market Tobacco WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YuL Sales on our market for the past CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN Durrett Louisville Ware House Daily INew Goods Put on the Counter Respectfully k Mi S- ANNOUNCEMENTS NEW FIRM Â¬ 1- FUEMITUEE unuertaxinfi Bnsmess 3- BED ROOM SETS Parlor Sets Wardrobes Bedsteads Chaiks SOicreFarmiorSale HANDSOME HEARSE a nuiniiin THE CABINET The A Good Brick Dwelling Dyspepsia Â¬ Plovc Gear u FAUM for SALE PRIVATBIVg 03ESE3S BISSEalcXi PLiO W narl Call and See Him aii b35v3K3 J3 isiu 3l vVF 104 Smith Powell As a toilet article Ayers Hair Vigor stands unrivaled It cleanses the scalp and removes daudrufl cures itch Â¬ ing humors restores the original color to faded and gray hair and promotes It appetite and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced OzoxaE JL Fade Watertown Mass Sir c I AjbA nnrtfcatiliMvkeacntSn9 tkU Hoods Sarsaparilia JJ rreparedonlr 8oUtrrn druggists bj C L HOOD CO Apothecaries Slttfor LoircU OO 29 23 Doses Ono Dollar Hsu its giowth It It prepared with an experienced set of hands to lo all kinds of house building and repairing Give him a call mary tf Contractor and Builder H KSIriUEY A Hirt IPU XM tig Tf vk lIL5rW tlw fa An MIMQ far ffiin riTCliwnlnitllMllllJMJ i ilis 1il maefcina 2rr k in Uw Mrt J3 Jfe CO Box ttO A ngmtM Mi gfcty -- - JJS- - If THE CLIMAX FEBRUARY II HJ - - - Raylurns Sale Cant P p Ballard renort al rr w J Raybum yesterday Large crowd and iVEDXESDAY 1SS9 plenty ol raoney YearKng heifers J 19 butts Sitto j carting steers S2S05 robe lot-- See Jecal Buggy cows Sio to 30 calves S12 horses co 10 l30 mules v95 for rent See ad Residence 30 jennets m 147 to 377 sheep hay small Gamett Houe for tale See ad fxi toSia per stack corn j shoats in 480 per head The best sale for a long The cigar factory has aH the work it urae ctndo I wetttbs CLOUDY ren TH E CLIXil DAYS is danger of dust settling on this funless joke il too long exposed RELIGIOUS Preaching at the Methodist chunh Sunday night Rev Benjamin CaudHl of Laurel coun- Â¬ ty died last week while iiting in Ten Â¬ t5i Bras Co occured at Lexington last During the sir days 456 horses Jack Freeman hat retailed six hundred Syrup of Tar were sold for 158405 being an average of bottle of Rowlaad m 5347- Sixteen thousand new posts card Messrs S 15 White and John B Chen- Â¬ were received by Postmaster WfHis Sat- - ault were among the buyers and sellers urdav the latter buying two horses and the form- Â¬ Counts Attorney Sullivan is at his er buying one and selling two Mr oJace again alter some days absence Whites purchase was Estelle Belmont n two year old bay filly by Belmont dam having been side oy viOKjsmilhs Abdailah for 90 The The Bonanza Roller MiHs vrere rcpre two he sold brought S770 tented at the State Millers Association in Distinguished horse men from all parts Louis ille last Tuesday of the Uuited States were orescnt and it is estimated that their combined wealth is Senator Bennett attended a board meet Â¬ fifty million dollars ing of the directors of the R N I and B W T Woodwards great combination RR ir Louisville last Friday sale of Soo horses began on Monday the m Ow rg to the rain and darkness Friday lSth at Lexington and will conclude on n b1t the Tourists club did not organise March 2nd Twenty horses sold at the Woodward Another meeting wilt be held soon combination sale Monday for 13620 an Co have been award Â¬ D Shaiahan ttuagc Ul flUI ed the contract for building the R N I B R R between Richmond and Nicho Â¬ Improvements See Railroad news las iHe The new hotel is growing steadily Mr Young E Allison the journalist Dr A Wilkes Smiths new residence is anJ several other gentlemen from Louis- - assuming habitable proportions The residence in the Foster addition ie came up yefterday to be present at will soon be finished the organization of the Commercial Club The two residences in the Parrish ad- Â¬ Mrs Anderson Chenault of this county dition are growing apace recc ed on Monday a telegram announc Excavation for the Burnam building on i g the djing condition of her mother the Pigg lot is in progress Mrs Fogg in Woodford county but sick Â¬ Mr Samuel Bennett will soon break ness presented her going dirt on his Main street residence Albert Lalor is building a commodious Mr H H Colrer left on Monday with car of jacks for Bates county Missouri addition to his grocery house on East a Main street They are good ones and the numerous A residence on the new street leading in Madison county men in that section wit front or Mr W B Smiths residence is tile hold of them readilr finished the property of Mr Wardroper When the thermometer ran up into the Myers Douglas are watting for the jos Saturday faith in the ground hog court of appeals to settle the title to the ran down into the teens but when the Barlow mill property and if favorable to thc mometer ran down into the teens them they will at once begin the n ght before last faith in the ground hog erection of a planing mill ran up into the 70s Forman Stones coal yard buildings are nearly ready for use Would it not be well for Richmond to Another residence is building in the repeal her drummer tax law in accord Crow addition aree with the decision of the Supreme A house lias just been finished in the Curt of the United States Charles Burnam addition on Irvine street ton Savannah Mobile Natchez and Mr J E Greenleaf has erected a good Merr ihis have repealed theirs staole on Water street Co Joseph Cabell Breckinridge Pat Cunningham has secured the ma of Messrs John F and George terial for a house in the Crow addition S D Parrish has two residences about W Wli teof this county has been appoint ed by the President Assistant Inspector completed on I nine street near the gas General of the United States Array with well Mrs Presley has just finished a resi Â¬ the rank of Brigadier General dence on High street The Epiphylhdian and Phiialethean Two residences on First street near the Lterary Societies of Central University city school are nearly completed will hold their anual aind of February Prof J B Harris is building a residence celebration Friday night in the chapel m the Lyman addition The speakers have heretofore been an Â¬ Gov Powell has just finished five resi Â¬ Good music nounced the public cor dences on Irvine street near the marble djuly invited works When a man comes along taking orders A residence on First street third lot from individuals for shirts the town from corner of Irvine street will be com Â¬ makes him pay license When a man pleted in a fevr days comes along taking orders from individu als for newspapers the town does not make him pay license The shirt law must go or the newspaper law come m m The broom factory capacitr k running at iuH The field week At The Big Horse Sale combination Sale of W R Tlie hind where sunshine ever tal Ik but a land of gravs Where fierce simoom with blasting breath Sweep up in dreadful wavrs AVUere never cloud with cuulin gloom Spreads oer tlie dreary wnte But hot sun glare 011 burnlngmnds The land ot tbe unblent So lire without some clouds would be A waste to ruin run Unbridled freedom crows too rank Neath passions UlnilnR sun Then let us trust tbe band that works In dark mysterious wnys And thank the mercy that has blest Oht life with Cloudy Days nessee Baron Hirsch who has given to the oppressed Jews of Eastern Europe 40 000000 and to the poverty stricken Chris Â¬ tians of the Continent 10000000 is dead We Have Again Added to Our Usual iLarge Stock an Pl fcri8 v5 lE m C 31 LAUSTMASK Is marriage a failure J is a question PERSONAL that has been going the rounds for some months Look at the picture presented Mr J F Hedges of Cynthiana was aboe It is the happy meeting of the here last week editor and his wife upon his going home Mr L D Hollirgswofth of Louisville after an arduous days work among origi Â¬ was liere Monday nal poems curiously shaped rocks and Mrs Judge J R Morton is visiting vegetables and hours of spiriled discussion with agents and some slight kussing Mrs Admiral Lee in Philadelphia of his neighbors clients Marriage is not Mrs H J Streng and daughter Ray a failure returned on Saturday from a visit to Iriends in Gallatin Tennessee Miss Alice Arnold has gone to Law renceburg to teach in the city school an institution of two hundred pupils The Harrodsburg Democrat chronicles Miss Mary Sheppard among the guests at a German in that place last week Miss Lizzie Willis daughter of Dr S W Willis of Pine Grove Clark county is visiting her uncle Postmaster J B Willis Â¬ lrrr i Paducah is to have the next State Convention A special train carrying none but Sunday school dele- Â¬ gates will run from Catlettsburg entirely through the State to Paducah Sunday-- School sr iSy csacao e2z3 The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has purchased a large tract of property in Louisville and will immedi Â¬ ately commence a building for library purposes Mrs J Lawrence Smith gave 50000 for this purpose and the late Dr Boyce contributed his library of 13000 volumes to wliieii we invite tlie inspection of everylsdoy Come and give 11s a call we will save yon money and sliow yon tlie The Rt Rev Dr King of London is on trial before a Bishops Court charged with resorting to improper ritual in the administration of the communion and is prosecuted by the Church Association A like trial has not occurred for two cen- Â¬ turies The Arch Bishop ofCanterbury and the Bishops of London Oxford and Winchester are presiding A suitable memorial sermon will be preached in the Methodist church next Sabbath morning at it oclock by the pastor Dr Henderson in honor of the late Bishop McTyeire of Nashville Tenn This service will be observed generally throughout the Southern Con- Â¬ ference and in many churches in the North as he was the Senior Bishop of the Methodist church North and South of Holland N McTyeire Senior Buhop the Methodist Episcopal Church died at Nashville Friday aged 65 years He was a native of South Carolina edu- Â¬ cated at Randolph Macon College Vir ginia and had been Bishop since 1S66 He was President of Vanderbuilt Univer- Â¬ sity at the time of his death and was buried Sunday in the plat with Buhops Soule and McKendree Bishop McTyei rees visit to Richmond several years ago will be recalled by everybody here It was throngh the Bishops influence that Vanderbilt gave half a million dollars to the school at Nashville which took the donors name and made the Bishop thereof President Â¬ NEWEST AND BEST STYLES AND VALUES EVER SHOWN IN BICHMONDLIHE of IiACE CUBTAINS e liave also an entire HE APERIES for CURTAINS PLUSHES and PONE Come and see me 0 -- - Mr G E Black of Madison county was in London last Friday and Saturday and took the Chapter Degree in Mason Â¬ ry London Echo The London Echo announces the pas Â¬ sage through that place of Miss Laura Clay and Mrs Sallie Maret both of this county en route to Williamsburg as dele Â¬ gates to the W C T U Miss Sadie Cecil the vocalist late of Boyle county is sick in London and her sister Miss Annie has gone to see her The latter was accompanied as far as New York by her older sister Mrs Gov Can trill Â¬ step-b-oh- Â¬ Â¬ Tbe Garnett House For Sals Elsewhere in this issue wiH be found the advertisement of the Garnett House for sale publicly March 16th Possession will be given May 1st It will be offered m three paicels suitable for business houses and then as a whole It is excellent pro perty and will bring a good price Â¬ Spelling Match The Mission Band will engage in a Spelling Match in the Chapel on the Hill Saturday evening February 23rd at 730 oclock Will also have some good music The public is cordially in- Â¬ vited Admission 10 cents Miss Grace Hart Prest Mr A P Gregory Secy B sad B Minstrels Burnam Bartons New Era Minstrels will appear at the Court house Doors open night February 21st at 7 oclock Performance will begin at S Half the Prices 15 25 and 35 cents house will be reserved or white people The New Era Minstrels are not cork- faced but thoroughbreds and local If yoj want to know how the colored people of Richmsnd can sing dance joke and otherwise perform go and hear them They promise the best of order and that Also that nothing tough will be allowed chestnuts will be prohibited as much as Â¬ possible Commercial Clnb The meeting on Tuesday night of last week resulted in the selection of Mr Samuel Bennett as chairman and the appointment of several committees among whom were Messrs Geo Y Forman J W Crooke Jr and Streng a com Â¬ mittee on constitution and by laws The meeting was well attended great interest was manifested and the meeting adjourn- Â¬ ed to meet again last night at the court- Â¬ house No doubt the organization was fUly completed and everything done to tttthe club effectually to work When spring opens and the new railroad begins Hiding with a vim the Commercial Cib will place the advantages of Rich- Â¬ mond before thewhc4e world HJ Two weeks ago took It Wont Do a man came along and orders from numerous citizens in Richmond for letter heads bill heads ens elopes bank checks and the town did not impose any tax on him Tweeks ago a man came along and took orders from numerous citizens in Rich- Â¬ mond for shirts and the town informed bim that he could pay a tax or cancel hit Green He canceled them The newspapers of Richmond have al Â¬ ways advocated the patronage of home institutions yet they go unprotected against drummers whHe the shirt men and the clothing men are protected We propose however an abolition of tlie shirt law rather than an enactment of a printing law State Medical Society The subjoined is self explanatory and s a copy of a handsome invitation just ent out Richmond Kt February i 1SS0 Dear Doctor It affords me pleasure to notify you t the next meeting of The Kentucky State Medical Society sriH occur on May - 9 to at Richmond Ky You are earn tttly solicited to be prercnt and if you Ma favor us with a paper please notify e Secretary Dr Steele BaHjr Stanford Ky No pains wiH be spared to make meeting a succes RrpectfiHiy 8- T Chmn Com cf Arrangements Reduced rates at hotels and on railroads d be secured John M Foster joioing eoutities have been exeetfcMriy generous lo me by lbir pairoMftejMr Rev Dr Stewart of Winchester who which I beg to return my mant riwetro thanks and hope lo merit that mnm Cancer has often preached in Richmond and Deputy Ilevemie Collector BoimI literal patronage in the future I am Rev Dr Caldwell of Danville have I am satisfied that Cancer if heredi Â¬ made the Circuit of his division last reeeivinjc been appointed delegates to the Interna My father died of In my family tary Dr James Lewis Howes Lecture on Pot- week visiting the euuuties of Shelby tional Sunday school Convention in Lon- Â¬ It asisttr of my mother died of it and TTv tery and Porcelain A Word for Henry mid Owen He reports that of don July 3rd and 4U1 mv own sister died ot it Mv feelincs Madison one hundred distilleries in this collec- daily ami have now in 4oek I be uge Would you like to be transported to mav be imnirined theu when the hor- Mr Charles F Nelson well known tion district sixty live are now S11 and most eompiete twfc that hs ever Dr James Lewis Howe lectured last been show 11 iu this city in feet my in connection with the building of the night at the Polytechnic Society on the New York City some bright Sunday rible disease made its appearance on full operation and several others we three story building te peeked full fawn laS morning and make a round of the differ- Â¬ mv side It was a malicnant taticer Kentucky Central extension now of Subject of Pottery and Porcelain In tn or about peutlstry about 6 pages Deoent ol are jMrnml by Mr Bowl are gelling cellar willroof But oncar loads ofMaeti 1st I receive two Florence Alabama was here last week opening his lecture Dr Howe said that ent places of worship and sec just how eating luwaruiy In sucn a wav that i Man 6 pages Development llpges ready to start There has imH bee a Paer ami I have not room to Walt a stowa he says his town is outgrowing all the the difference between pottery and porce- Â¬ New Yorkers worship from the protest couldnotbecutoit Numerous reme- - Diet 8 pages Digestion 23 pages i same so I proftore to mak room by young towns in the South and is a f econd lain is that porcelain is fcmi vitrified and ants to the Jews To get an idea of them dies were usedfor It but the Cancer grew s ix years Oue uiMiimiv iii Louis Â¬ sacririeiog my present Mock so Diphtheria o pages there are bn iir Birmingham translucent while pottery is not vitrified all taking in the Catholics and the Chris- worse steadily until II seemed that I a Urge number of really helpful illus- ville received an order for 30000 bar Â¬ to follow the others of the tian Scientists would require many Sun- was doomed T A F F Dr John D Gilbert and wife of Clark and is opaque Pottery is divided into two days but Demorests Monthly Magazine family I tooK Swifts Specific which trations The form of the book is moat rels of whiskey to be made awl placed L OH tijJ classes hard pottery of which fire brick county stopped off here on their way the paper printing ami in bond this year Anderson News day forced out the poi- Â¬ convenient for March just received has simplified from the Brst i infusable and value at lae now 7e binding are all very good This is emhome from South Carolina where they is an example and which TheC I St L AC By Kankakee Wal Paper 4 Religious New son aud continued to use until it had iA uu soft potter which is fusible and of matters by bringing had been to visit the Doctors sister Mrs 4 4 n A d when I found phatically the Cyclopedia fir the peo- Â¬ Line with lis connections York to us and illustrating the article taken several bottles which common brick is an example ple aud the extremely low price James Jones lormerly Miss Pattie Gilbert fastest lime frum Ciueinoati to Couaeil Gilt c t jskk so beautifullly and profusely that a stran- myself well I kuow that S S S 4 t k of this county The Doctor says South Soft pottery again is of four parts only 50 cents a volume iu cloth or 66 Blutls Omaha St Paul MiaBeapoiis ger can get more information from it cured me 3DW-3J Carolina Georgia and North Carolina Unglazed or biscuit like flower pots 32 cents in half Morocco brings it within and the West aud North west Mrs 8 M Iuou than could be gained by twenty Sunday Imp l M M We are prosperous and have a great future lustrous or flossy like old Greek vases the reach of all A specimen volume 26 SS Wlnstou N C Nov It visits Each number of this beautiful Â¬ at saw sacrMafme The Scott County Library and Lec- Â¬ jCy Borders The change of National administration glaze covered with a thick Jglaze the or- family Magazine seems may be ordered and returued if not to surpass its dinary earthenware and enameled and at eui prfcnJ does not have the slightest effect upon the satisfactory John B Alden Publish- Â¬ ture Association through oue of its price and all other predecessor and now they have started enAui erica for February 14 contains a er New York Philadelphia Chicago Directors reports since its opening on Vows with mmuv thank people personally or on the business of that covered with a white or colored in with a new leature a corner for Little post card iu fac tlmlle from the Hon May 19lli 1SSS fiom an aeeurale re- the country and that good crops are ex- Â¬ amel of which tin oxide is an ingredient Ones and It GEO M WILLGING certainly the children will be W E Gladstoue testifying to his Atlanta and San Francisco The finest modern ware is of this latter f cord kept by the Librarian about pected The price of mules continues Interior Decokatob 40 years ago class and is often known under the names delighted with Young Japan at Play study of Washington 3400 visitors averaging about 440 per low 32 31 PEOPLE EVEUYWHERE No 20i W Main Sf Feycnce or Majolica names which are handsomely illustrated for it will not with love and admiration A singumonth Rooks bound iu eloth and only teach them new games but show ou lar fact iu connection with this card Confirm our statement wheu we suy properly applied to Italian pottery only leather about S50 in toner about 100 THIN COLUMN Porcelain is of two kinds the soft por- Â¬ how the yonng Japanese play some of is that although mailed at Cheetir that Ackers English Remedy is in clai iritd as Fiction Histwy Everybody will be interest Â¬ England Nov SO and received at every way superior tn any aud all other graphy Essays ami Miseella celain which is fused and resembles a their games The goose bone says it is sick white glass and the hard or genuine por- Â¬ ed in Snowed Under for Six Months Chicago Dec 12 It was not delivered preparations for the Throat aud Luugs Science Books Alexander Campbell was killed at Char- Â¬ celain of which China is a type This by Frederick Schwatka and the water until Jan 29 thus bearing testimony Iu Whooping Cough and Croup it is try Voyages Travel of Reference anil Bound Magazines lotte N C last Tuesday and under the signature ol Englands great- magic and relieves at ouee We oiler Georgetown Times is formed from a peculiar clay the best color picture and fine engravings There seems to be some relation be- - variety ol which a pure salicate of alum- Â¬ if our space would permit we would men- Â¬ est statesman to the defective service In you a sample bottle free Remember The Cincinnati Southerns earnings for IS LIFE WORTH LIVING inum is found only in China while fine tion a long series of attractions in this the aecoud most important post oftice this Remedy is sold on a positive guar- Â¬ the month of January slvow an increase tween Uncle Sam and Samoan antee by W G White Prescription varieties are found in France and Germa- Â¬ wonderful March number Be sure and in the United States Not if you go through tbe warM a of 41752 over the last year Andrew Jackson has been dismissed by ny from which Sevres porcelain and see it Published by W Jennings Dem Tbe same number of America con- Â¬ Druggist dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia TaWels N earnings for the past six the Bell Circuit Court for killing a man Dresden China are made Pure clays are orest 15 East 14th Street New York tains a reprint of Washingtons Fare- Â¬ The L are a Kiitive cure for the wwst forms Desires to announce thai months show an increase of 220326 over The Danville Advocate mentions a found in this country but thus far Price 20 cents An Open Letter well Address nnd a heretofore unpub- Â¬ of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency opened a new visit to that place of Mr Hartshorn from none of the best quality It is not impos- Â¬ the corresponding period of last year lished letter of his in fac slmile to his Ky Dec 24 1SSS and Constipation Guaranteed and BooNESBORonaii DOYLESVILLE Schagticoke sible that in the development of new parts niece Mrs Frauds Washington dated This is to certify that I suffered with sold by W G White Prescription Judge Lindsay President of the Ken- Â¬ March 171793 It my kidneys and back from the year Druggist The Lexington Observer remarks that of this country very valuable clays may ex Governor Cantrcll tucky Midland and The ch icken pox is raging all through 1875 to 1SS0 and was often couilued to President of the company organized to Mr Brown Lee Yates of Madison coun- Â¬ be found indeed iu our own Stae many this vicinity such are coming to light The clays ol Tbe annual dinuer of the Tobacco my bed when in the year of 16S0 I ty caps the Climax construct the road will go East in a few AND of Madison county are for some purposes Mr Wallace Combs has gone down Club held January 16th at the Gait called on Dr T B Smith who told me Remaining unclaimed in the Post days for the purpose of negotiating the It has been discovered that Sam Owen unsurpassed and by proper admixtures Ky inspired the to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney Office at ltiehinnnil Ky week ending House Louisville below Winchester to hunt employment bonds subscribed by the counties to raise does not live in the Samoan Islands at all may prove capable of many uses especi Â¬ hotel mauagement to provide a bill of Tonic aud if It didnt cure me he February lth 1S89 money to extend the road East of this city but down here on Tates Crees and farm of William Wil The house ally in connection with the bed of pure fare the like of which from an epicu- Â¬ would forfeit SoO in gold I accepted Adam AU x tr McKennr K M News Paris quartz sand said to have been opened in Ioughby deceased was rented last Satur rean point of view has been but seldom his proposition aud u ed two bottles as Black Solon Mr McKmnejr Jofca It is announced that the Scrutin DAr Wm J Hisle Sr day by illie AT Some important railways report earn Â¬ equalled and never excelled We have directed and it etlected a permanent Brochinsn Nan MissParks rondissement has become a law in France the same county MrParkes Nettie Mies Blackmail Out ings for the first week in February The lecturer then described the potters Saw in The Climax last issue that a copy of the menu before us It is cure I have never had the least Brazelton GLink B Charley Ross will now probably come Peaton Lena A Mrs of of a list fourteen only three showed de- Â¬ wheel comparing illustrations of the Owen White of Garrard county was beautifully printed on pale blue paper symptous or pain iu my back since and Brown Albert PinkMon M Miss home creases They were Toledo and Ohio wheels used four thousand years ago with sick of brain fever but it is Owen White The dishes are few but of the choicest kidneys are In a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ Bromton Jane Mrs Ronton Geo W The tony looking barber who wears a that used to day the form being essential Â¬ of Fayette county Central 6902 Buffalo Rochester and kinds and are set forth with their dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic Cartter Sarra Mrs Roberts James Miss Cougch Minnie B Richardson E Pittsburg iott6 Wheeling and Lake straw hat is evidently not a friend of the ly the same The molding baking and nre of the greatest medicine on earth Dunlap Robt M MrRevnolds Wm The ground where many years ago English names The wines St ground hog He is undoubtedly a goose glazing of pottery and porcelain was then Erie 146s The increases were list of tonts The Smith b IS Nathaniel Tzvis Edwards 1 stood Friendship meeting house owned superb quality Tole- Â¬ bone man 10600 Louis and San Francisco Simpson A II Mr described and illustrated by steropticon with apt quotations A Smiths Kidney Tonic for sale by W Fowler Nannie by the Christian people of this vicinity scintilatcs J Flotd Smith Rubin Mr irry Â¬ do Ann Harbor and North Michigan Judgment for 6500 has been rendered views after which the lecturer gave a was sold Saturday last and bought by piece of tin foil representing the wrap- G White Prescription Druggist Rich Â¬ Guess Sallie Mrs SneedSoppronia Mrs Norfolk add Western 14028 S 7S Â¬ Is past- Â¬ mond Ky 31- Hughes RO against a Maysville man for beer It is brief resume of the history of the developTaylor Turner Mi Shelby for his brother Hiram bring- Â¬ per of a package ot flue cut 20- Denver and Rio Grande 3000 St evident that all the beer is not drunk in ment of pottery and showed many views ing JO Jett ed ou the back of the page which con Â¬ llailv Mary Miss Turner Francis Miss Paul Kindred M E Miss Turner I P col 2 interesting and beautiful specimens from 32050 Louisville New Albany Cincinnati tains the menu aud bears the Inscrip Underwear very cheap at Covington Kindred Reuben MrThornton Richard and Chicago 412 Evansville and In- Â¬ pre historic pottery of Northern Europe tion Here is your health and your FAINYILLE 24- Iankford Steve Mrwhite Salty Mks Mitchells dianapolis Sjt6 Evansville and Terre Governor Knott announces his belief in and of Troy and of Mykenac as excavat- Â¬ familys May they live long aud White Jenny Miss Lamb Z T Peoria Decatur and the ground hog and speaks somewhat ed by Schliemann to the latest produc- Â¬ toS2 Haute The total cost to Cincinnati of its LackeyMatilda MissWhite D Miss unique Tbe whole forms a Miss Rinda Fain is visiting friends and prosper Milwaukee and North- Â¬ disrespectiully of the goose bone and the tion in Sevres and Dresden porcelain White Bobbie Miss Evansville 2000 Lewis George W and exceedingly clever production aud Southern railroad is 528102079 relatives in Jessamine county Williams Pattie Louis Phill Esq ern 2416 Louisville New Orleans and signal service accusing the last two men Â¬ The next lecture will be on Soap and oue which does the Gail House great Stetson fine soft hats variety of Mason Etter Miss Williams John Mr A grand ball was given tbe people of credit Daily National Hotel Report Â¬ S2 tioned of standing in with each other Texas Candles Courier Journal 12th styles at Covlugtou Mitchells 24- - Martin Sarah Miss Wiliis Sopte Mrs Fainville by Mrs E J T Turpcn on the er January 25th 1SS9 It Montgomery W MrWest James The contract was yesterday let to D Mr Rainforth somewhat tight jumped HORSES RIDERS DONKEYS AND MULES night of the 4th inst TORNADO W B Jarvis fell from a train at Million Mrs Mary Wenlielle W Mr Co for the construction of from the train forth into the night and Shanahan McKenny A Miss Youdj II J Esq z Kenney Station aud was Killed Rev J W Chaney and bride have re- Â¬ CAUTION TO MOTHERS twenty flve miles of the Richmond Nicho the cold cold mud with one fell swoop Editor Tie Climax Post Office hours from 6 a ji to 7 p from a tour in the sunny South Seven Splendid Companies Tlie best line of Gloves Iu town is to Every mother is cautioned against lasville Irvine and Beattyville railroad near Mt Sterling one night last week It has long been known that Kentucky turnedwill it Money order and registered letter locate at Winchester They Mitchells glviug her child laudanum or pare- Â¬ be louud at Coviugton hours prompt 7 a m to 6 v r between Nicholasville and Richmond He was taken to Louisville and put in is the center for fine horses of all grades - Philadelphia North Ajiteriea 24- rented his old goric it creates an unnatural craving G F Edwards has Under the terms of the agreement the jail until he recoverd from the jimjams and denominations The sires of the fin Â¬ J B WILLIS P 3f Springfield - - Ma work is to be completed by September I est saddle horses in Kentucky were Gray homestead and will remain there until the for stimulants which kills the mind of Two hundred nnd fifty million dol Â¬ - Germanift New York The Elizabethtown Independent tells of Eagle Berthune and Denmark old turf 1st of November when he will go West the child Ackers Biby Soother Is lars have been sunk in the Panama 1SS9 and the construction will begin at Connecticut Hurtftrd GROUNDS Niagara - - - RESIDENCE once The contract lor mat pan 01 me a little girl who went to Sunday school horses that were on the track when they Mr J T Turpen and Miss Eva T Rid specially prepared to benefit childreu canal Nw York song Im only a little run four miles and repeated sometimes line between Nicholasville and Versailles and heard the Walter aud cure their pains It is harmless dell were married the 4th inst - - - - CiRcinaati Amazon A large and well selected stock of DELTES3SI7I Not would run sixteen miles to decide a race or Morphine will be let within the next few weeks gleaner among the harvest sheaves Stacy and Maggie Kerby were the attend- Â¬ and contains no Opium Pennsylvania Phihtdeipbta Hats Caps c at reasonable prices at understanding the words she went home when two pluckd one and up to twenty Sold by W G White Prescription and the contractors compelled to complete ants 24- Coviugton Mitchells I ofler for rent for Ihe year 18S9 the Im only a little green horn miles when three pluckd one So it took Druggist ROCK BOTTOM RATES September 1 Since the return singing it also by one half mile Simmons Residence J H Edwards has returned from a tour bottom and pluck to win with all these from the East of Major Hine President among a half of cheese Heury Walllngford hanged himself from Richmond on Irvine turnpike Office at Farmers National Bank Washing- Â¬ Bradfields Female Regulator through Dakota Montana and staying qualities of the road and Judge A E Richards Id Mason county the result of ill Eight or ten rooms In good repair You have only to read the subjoined The finest equestrians in the world are ton Territories and is highly pleased with Should be used by tbe young and bud- Â¬ health Call and see as Were pteciag Nice yard good garden tc Will also President of the Ohio Valley Improve- Â¬ from the Frankfort Capital and youll especially the latter rent pasture land if desired your insurance ding woman she who Millers from any ment and Construction Company who know that Polk Johnson is the editor sons of the Blue grass soil of Kentucky the country 36- H B DILLINGHAM Coviugton Mitchell have the lar- Â¬ They know how to mount and dismount BURNAM A HUMS went for the purpose of arranging for thereof John Sciivner of color employed by disorder peculiar to her sex and at the Mrs Cleveland has not taken like trained cavaliers and how to sit Sim Hamilton and one Thomas Kerby change of life it beueflts all who use gest and best Hue of Overcoats at very mortgage bonds there has placing their wine since she has been in the when mounted N B Milling property and 24- a glass of COMMISSIONERS It is a joy to see them it Write the Bradfleld Regulator low prices Call and see them been an increased activity in all matters White House Neither has her husband bounding along the rocky highways with became involved in a quarrel Thursday country stores a specialty 34 37 Robert Clark aged 66 years was and Its success is resulted in Kerby getting Company Atlanta Ga evening which concerning the road who says the old Kentucky product is the ease of the antelope enjoying the ride 32 31 found dead ou his farm in Bath coun- Â¬ a severe beating which may prve fatal now assured Courier Journal good enough for him in all its dreamy sweetness that no other The negro was arrested but gave bond for Road bones trotters and runners ty Do our people realize that we are no Trustee White I have If you want a good suit of first class his apgearance before the Justice of the shod In any manner desired The Lexington Drummer says one of people can enjoy vs longerin the jnain line of the Huntington The first donkeys imported into Ken Â¬ Just received an extra lot of four year quality at very low price go to Coving Â¬ R J White observed is the Peace on Monday next Creditor Ac srsteafefc Tbe building of the road from the saddest things to be tucky cf sixteen hands high were Mam- Â¬ old fcecond growth timber for repairing large number of real good Kentucky to- Â¬ All persons havitig claims against R 24- FOXTOWJii ton Mitchells Ashland to Cincinnati has left Winchesmoth first then Castillian and the great Co 8 W Or AH work guar- Â¬ ail kinds of wagons bacco wormers that are spoiled annually J White Jr are hereby requested to W E Griosiesd Lovisville Ky 7th Main 6ts ter and Lexington on a side track and by medical colleges When God creates donkey boom soon after from 184O to anteed at the very lowest prices Shop The Jailer at ScoltsviHe shot Monroe file the same befire me properly prov- Â¬ Our 1S60 set in and a boom of joy and glad 1SS9 or same through traffic and travel will no longer Mr D T Chestnut will be 1h Mr Editor wont you please send us back of Brookss drug store Wllkereoa a condemned murderer en on or before May 1st a man especially to kill tobacco worms it ness in Kentucky from border to border Richmond every county etert itey will be barred come this way It will make a vast dif one of your second hand valentines while trylnK to escape Respectfully Will call on county merchants at their is wrong for him to try to practice medi This February 19th 18SU State bank bills were the red star of golds ference in the volume of business that cine SCOTT Miss Maggie Clay who has been viiit 8febly S L M1DKIFF It multiplies worms and kills off value at home and abroad Our taxes SEM C P C sum es W E GR1NSTEAD CO Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ ultimately lead Sanns passes this point and may 33 M 26 27 tng in Bath county has returned home peoole Blue Grass Clipper tism or money refunded Price 75c at were one fourth of what they are now Ladles to the Chesapeake Ohios abandonment Drug Store becond street The marriage bells are resonant with of the Big Sandy which only held by a The Winchester Democrat exutingly No State Equalizing Board no Common Dout be in a hurry to buy Spring Whites 5-t Th limd te rnmintr when the Ken- - remarks that Clark county has more Pleas Courts no Blocks of Fives no merry music once more look out for the Millinery Tbe Greeu Front Millinery near Garnett House spring celebration important miles of railroad in proportion to her ter mailing list thieves tucky Central will be the more Mrs O G Martiu sister of Mayor Store First Street will have a larger Warrior of olden times was American line but this can not be until it passes into ritory than Madison will have in the We hereby warn alt prsoe under Miss Lou Burgin of Versailles spent stock thau ever In due season and all Garner of Winchester died on last Â¬ penalty of the law not to treepaes Jh centurv The Democrat may be bred and a noted breeder without a peer last week with friends and relatives in New Goods 8tock carried over will Thursday hands that can give it a Southern conany way hunting fishing or Mfeer FOR nection If we get another road through able to size up John Bosley since he has in his day He descended from Royal this vicinity a solemn trio sadly mourns not amount to twenty dollars 34 36 h JuMsea wise en our premises If you want a nice buggy pbteton from the King of Spain to the mountains to tide water we may con had the mumps but it cant size up Mad Â¬ Gift a gift her departure J C Adams cohui v or carriage rockaway barouche hold a place on a great line of ison and especially for a whole century George Washington while President MBS Samiba Hockabat 33 86 tinue to Adrlea to Mothers apr4 t Henceforth we stake our small coin on name Royal Gift Royal Gift Mrs TOssioWls SooTHisa finer tliOTildahrers coupe ro to John Douelson travel from East to West but it will no to come Next thing you know the hence the t tued when children an cnttinjj teeth It rt the ground hog that vigilant and prophet- Â¬ was the first donkey that ever brayed the litres thUttlernfleirt once Uprodaeesnataral Dr Montmollins wife son and To close out the partnership we will longer be furnished by Mr Huntington Democrat will be posing as partner of the quiet eleep and the little cherub avaXei u trifli t announcement of his arrival on American ic gentleman of infallvble reputation has as s button It who will foster his Tiver route of course ground hog in foretelling the weather it is Tery pleasant to tutapain daughter have all died of scarlet fever On Saturday March 16 1889 House lo Bent Â¬ shores and he was the only plant of roy Â¬ once more downed the goose bone soothe the chflatoReatUieguiaaUarsal at Ashland And besides is a shorter connection be leg tai lie ixnreis aoauu DeeicsoirBremear at 2 oclock P M sell to the highest French Tipton tacitly admits that mar Â¬ alty that Washington delighted to culti- Â¬ as well roxalaiTccsa wnetoes annus Jrota teethioor Several of the most energetic citizens bidder the tween the seaboard and Cincinnati Douelson will make you as good a overcame XvsitT flTe cent bottle fun out of him vate To day Royal Gifts descendants took advantage of the cold spell and filled Â¬ knocked all the as the cities lying farther West Win riage has buggy or carriage as can be bought Gamett House Property P 6 Residence with six rooms Cistern Â¬ by copying Bruce Champs article charg are westward bound keeping pace with their ice houses so ice cream that delightchester Democrat apr4 tf In Richmond Ky The property will garden 2 lots barn Terms reasonaanywhere In America arc the van couriers of civilization ing it The readers of The Climax ful beverage will not be a nonentiy as A DUTY TO YOURSELF ble Call en J Me Otlon be sold lu three parts and Boggy Robe Lost The first mule foaled in the United was apprehended by some Natural gas lias bean discovered at It will be so divided auto as a whole D T CHESTNUT tobe congratulated They dont have to make three 36 7 Is surprising that people will use Il tb hold their sides uny more while reading States was the property of George Kervllle Tenn on the Chesapeake On Tburedny evenlnR Februnry elegant business rooms with splendid The quaint darkey hnmor ofanti hel Â¬ commoq ordinary pill when they can We feel mighty Washington a hundred years ago and between my residence nod Mnble a the Thin Column Eugllsh one for the Ohio railroad at a depth of 60 feet officesof and bed rooms itbove eaeli and access buggy robe wlib red lin- - glad ourselves that Tip is married Stan- Â¬ now the mule is the indispensable bless ium and old plantation days is not wholly secure a valuable very great easy grBy gnst MiIn Dr Ackers English aud the volume escaping is t This property will be geld on a credit ing in all our agricultural and commer- extinct One of those dark angels was same rnouey Interior Journal Ub raLrewara ford luz Donelson uses the best material that to May 1st when poaaesslou will be Local and travelling salesmen tewll few days ago when pills arc nposilive cure for C T Fox much of our com cial relations The mule is and has been heard to remark a It There is entirely too Apply tot lra to nnd all liver troubles They are the market affords and tbe best work Â¬ given the remainder eix and twelveÂ¬ Lubricating Oils concerning his religious aspi- Â¬ measured in other peoples half the anchor line and carrying trade of juestioned mouths with 0 per cent with approv The Ditterichs OH Ot ClevefeiHf mnst remarkable cures of scrof gwine to set right up dar In Email sweet easily taken and do not men Ho puts up none but tbe best ed security aud a lieu The rations lse Reaped fulljr Ohio The Cliamp ion of the Bourbon Kentucky and the steamboat landing it Tpk Dietvbichs On Co ula on reconl bawe been nccotnpllsbed bushelsand his pal of the Inside Journal our doors so to speak Abrahams bosom and be one of dem gripe Sold by W G While Prescrip work Buggies carriages etc made Pale absolute and without reserve Try It Sold News tn order Call on him 26 29 apr4 tf S3 36 i ttu1 HareflDarllla POWELL EVANS tiou Druggbt JM oright little cherry bubs Brown L Yates would both do well to obterve Uiat there ll j by all drugslats I Â¬ We present a striking portrait of Ru the Crown Prince of Austria about whoe recent death there is shroud Â¬ ed an impenetrable mystery He is re-Â¬ ported to have died of heart disease com- Â¬ mitted suicide murdered by an angry husband fallen out ot bed and broken his neck asphyxiated with gas died of jim jams talked to death by an encyclopedia man and otherwise The Crown Prince was a remarkably handsome man and ex Â¬ ceedingly popular with the women Our engraving is by young Dorc a son of the old man whose engravings have charmed the whole world Â¬ fer Id Leader in Styles of Carpets and Curtains PIMPLES ON STRENG GRAHO OF dolph THE FACE Aldens Manifold Cyclopedia Volume XI carries this work from Debt to Dominie The CIO pages are packed with information of just the kind which the vast innjority of read lug people desire to obtain Like its predecessors it is truly manidd in its Iu a single volume it gives character an utiabridged dictionary and a cyclopedia of information which i ample for practical use is fully reliable and is brought down to the present year Among the articles treated Rt some length we notice that Debt with its various sub beads has over 7 pages while kindred topics as Debtor and Creditor occupy over 6 pages more Delaware has about 5 pages Delirium Tremens 4 pages Democracy nearly Â¬ 1 Denote an Impure state of the blood and are looked upon by many with suspicion Acker Blood Elixir will remove nil impurities and leave tlie complexion smooth and clear There is nothing that will so llinrouclily purify and build up the constitution strengthen the whole syntem Sold and guaranteed by W G White Preserip tiou Drugcist A rock weighiDg 11 pounds was thrown by a Must on the Kentucky Midland rosd from n cut in tbe rear of Mr W II Barbees to Opt A K Lairs breaking a feee rall and going Ihrough a chicken cuop The dfetaaee was fully 500 yards Georgetown Times Sunns Specific will eare Hbenma tism or money refunded Prlee ve at Whites Drug Store Keeofid street 5- uear Garnett House limm SiLE I i - WALL PAPEE For IS years of my bwotoeio Nfe in IliehmoMtl tlte nple of this aMi sJ t a tfe lye Â¬ Goods TlliUii ee tbe M Is 1 Â¬ vi Mtee Â¬ Â¬ uuuli 4 jfer taK Â¬ Kl 4 stat Ha Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ MHaTufar8utorB Â¬ CLAUDE SMITH Hardware Stove LETTERS I TINWARE HOUSE No 26 N Second St Armers old stand fc ii INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and -- admits FOB Notice to Creditors Jr3 RJ Jrs Wholesale Grocery Â¬ a Garnett House nt Â¬ ii Kirhie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WANTED jctj -- toafaci 1 r Mafcteft aiisgs rr Jri tWi jf fr teh l rrrli n d ADRUFF Esw rnnval a1 ifc W i rt f 4 WTCHffiKERJEWELER DEALER E Watebes Clocks Jewelry Silver aud Absolutely Pure necr varies A marvel of purity Htrengtli and wliolpsonieness More economical Hutu the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in competition Willi the mnl titHoes of low test Miort weight alum and Hold onlr In cons phosphate powders lloYAi KakiG rowDEK Co 106 Vail Street 21 30 New York Tills powder ilatetl wnre etc Special attention given to SEEING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING Promptly dune ami in a workmanlike maimer Cash Ss Paid for Ola Gold and Silyer la lm Jau Dtt totRel the place Oicf Itteliuond 4 l4 1 next door Ky f AFTEE CHICKEN taToriie medicine WarrahtedJ tloit is tbe only drtitfirlt- fnrvnmpn nriM hr under a positive punr- every case or antce of satisfaction in guarantee has price Forerun down debilitated and overworked women Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is the best of all restorative tonics It is a potent Specific for all tbose Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to Women a powerful jjen eral as well as uterine tonic and nervine It Imparts vigor and strength to the whole system It promptly cures weakness of stomachnauseR Â¬ indigestion bloating weak back nervous pros tration debility and sleeplessness in cither sex It is carefully compounded by an experienced physician and adapted to womans delicate organization Purely egetablc and perfectly harmless in any condition of the system rrescrip Cholera Cure S1X0 refunded been This printed on tbe bottle wrapper and faithfully carried out for many years For large Illustrated TreaUe en Diseases of Women 160 page with full directions for home treatment send ten cents In stamps Address Worlds Dispcsart Medical Association GG3 Main Street Buffalo N Y 25 24 flADFlELDfc rWEwalLATGR monTHLY r of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is raore fatal to chickens than alt other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that posithxly cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for oee hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of s bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded 18 18 STOCKTON fc WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thousands iwco ciunrgr orange Of Lr- recxt danger jf he aCCidcBL At1ff bcfKMtaaaqc to BorneoL rmtlcdfrcc Sickness ity carruists 34 37 Ijol BRADflCLDlfEGULAlORCo ATJJAtTA GA V Dobbins Electric Soap THE BEST FAMILY SOAP -- IN THE WORLD ItisStricUyPSrs Uniform mons i iver iuedictne I have lsiHC4l torn eUnes had to substitute Zeihns staff for your Med cine but it dont answer the I IA I purpose Dr J R Grares Editor Tkt Mnnnbn f Tnn Jo -W I 1l yn mft Ui 1VUI AIC A A scuiuuc uu nave uku nan ot it It works like a charm I want ro better Liver Regulator ard ccr txinl no more ot Zcihas mwaare iiararsiAICK HEADACHE ArpETiTi Soir Stomach LotT Etc 3L er i u Keams Pastor if K ITltlH ll Ai1a T sun writes sia X i tlthiok I should have been dead but 1 lor your Genuine M A Sim - M A Simmons Liver Medicine Lttd 1640 in tbe U S Court DEtEaTS J HZeilinProprAQSimmoo Liv- Keeuator Estd bj Zeilin io M A S L M has for 47 years cured Indigestion IIiliolsmsj The Original Wins C Simmons St Xoms 1 Iropr j is Qaelity THE enfiitul formula for which wc paid 50 000 wars a has never been modified or in the slightest Till ftonp Is Jarctho ens cotes aad bleaches hnr no othersoap TTwzdtct flannels and Uanlets m the world does without shrmlting leaving thta soft aad white and lie new Iibnght In quality lo dny vritb twenty years nsn coBUim iiiltilic ttint ran In 49 40 linet fabric- - READ THIS TWICE tion bw PpHERE fa a aavlnp of tine of labor J f soap of bid and U the fabric where Dob Electnc Soap i usod jkccordlue FACTS ABOUT PAPER tome Interesting Historical Notes Con cernlntr Its Origin We have raked up the following facts from a fen- musty tomes which wo trust will pleaso numerous corres- Â¬ pondents and proro as interesting to them as it has been laborious for us to unearth them It is not known whon paper was first made from linen rags nor to whom we owe the invention Dr Prideaux is of the opinion that linen paper was brought from tho East because many of ths Oriental manu- Â¬ scripts are written upon it Mabilon is 6t tlie opinion that the invention be- Â¬ longs to the twelfth century One of tho earliest specimens of papor from linen rags yet discovered is a docu- Â¬ ment with the seal preserved bearing date A D 1239 signed by Adolphus Uasiri how- Â¬ Count of Schaumburg ever asserts that there are in the Es curial a number of manuscripts both upon cotton and linen paper whioh were written prior to the thirteenth century The invention was early in- Â¬ troduced into England for some acts in existence of John Cranden Prior of Ely made on linen paper boar date in the fourteenth year of the reign of lung Ed ward II A v 1230 and in the Cottonian Library arc said to be severnl writings on this kind of paper as early as the year 1335 Some twenty years ago Mr Thomas Wright in a note to the London Athenaum wrote I have made a little discovery which I think will be considered curious in the his Â¬ tory of paper 1 believe that tho first traces of the ue of paper in Western Europe are found toward tho ond of the twelfth century and we have no reason to suppose that it wai in use in England until the thirteenth or the beginning of the fourteenth It is un J dristood to have been brought west Â¬ ward from Italy where it was in use earlier and 1 boioro that our word papor a corruption of course of papyrus is considered to have been borrowed with tbe article itself from the Freftei I saw years ago in Paris 1 believe they belongfd to the royal collection it was in the time of Louis Phillippe a few of tho earliest docu-Â¬ ments on paper known belonging to Western Europe in the period since the Romans which interested me much They consisted of receipts or rather bonds for money borrowed from the Jews in the time of Cour de Lion given by chiefs who were starting for his crusade and if I remember well resembled much that of the the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries except that it was of a rather coarse texture It would seem as if ia the West its uee at this early period was known principally among the Jews Xow I am just pass- Â¬ ing through the pre- an edition of a glossary of Latin and English or as we are accustomed to call it Anglo Saxon words of I think not later than the middle of the tenth century We may safely look upon it as the English of the days of Athelslau and in the part of which I have just received the proof I find papyrus paper The word paper docs not occar in Dr ISos worths or ay other Anglo Saxon dictionary but we have here evidence that it was in use in our language at a very early period and there cannot be a doubt that we derive it from the -Saxon and have not taken it from the French of the Middle Ages But this fact leads us to another namely that our Anglo Sjxon forefathers to have the word in an Anglo Saxon form in their own language must have been pretty well acquainted with paper it- Â¬ self and no doubt they found the Roman paper in use on the island when they came It is a fact indeed which opens to us several others equally new in the social history of our Anglo Saxon forefathers I need hardly add that paper probably never went entirely out of use in Western Europe after the Roman times and a little research might still throw some curious light upon its history during the early Middle Ages It certainly was not supposed before that it might be in use among the Anglo Saxons The rupzr Mill - FARM AND FIRESIDE SCIENCE AtffJ INDUSTRY MUTUAL SACRIFICE you MISCELLANEOUS ixr - Anglo- There should bo a supply of red poppers kept during the winter to bo fed to poultry with thoir regular food Good feeding racks always rotura a large Interest upon tho money in- Â¬ vested It nover pays to throw feed of Farm any kind upou the ground Mfi3 Field and Stockman No greater error in judgmontis ever committed by any farmer than to suppose that painstaking work is not paying work You novor hear those who are succeeding host and who are making the money expressing them- Â¬ selves in this way All birds should be picked and drawn as soon as possible after being killed To do this properly every pin feather should be removod and tho bird should be singed then drawn tho hood and feet cut off the oil bag re- Â¬ moved and the wind pipe taken out Tho giblets should be dressed The great secret in making under draining a permanent improvement is in securing uniform fall when laying the tile and maintaining a good outlet When this outlet ha3been closed ayear or two if there ba a good fall roopon ing it will cause it to wash out ob- Â¬ structing sediment Many farmers lose eggs in winter by leaving one behind as a nest ogg It is much more profitable to buy a few glass ones than to have good eggs frozen when worth four or five conts each Glats ogg3 will not cost over three or four cento each and will last any fength of timo with care Collect oggs as soon after they are laid as pos- Â¬ sible in cold weather otherwisa they will get chilled and will not hatch Apple Omelet Pare coro and stew six lurge tart apples as for sauce beat them very smooth whilo hot adding one tablespoon of butter six tablespoons of white sugar nutmeg to the taste and one teaspoon of rose water when quite cold add three oggs beaten separately very light putting in the whites last pour into a deep pudding dish previously warmed and well buttered Bake in a modorate oven until it is delicately brownod Eat warm not hot Beans or peas designed for seed should be put into tight barrels as soon as dry in the autumn and kept headed up until the time of planting and then hot water should be poured in through an auger hole to kill all of the weevil In in whatever state of development this way they may be gotten rid of In small quantities they may be kept in tight boxes or heavy paper bags Tie a lump of gum camphor in paper and insert it in the middle of the box or bag Lime may not show its beneficial effects on the soil for a year or two as the character of the soil must bo con- Â¬ sidered Lime adds but verv little valuable plant food to the soil as all soils contain lime but its chemical action on the inert matter of tho soil liberals other substances that would not be otherwise available It should be applied as regularly as manure in order to secure its assistance in de- Â¬ composing the plant food already ex- Â¬ isting in the soil Clam Pie Wash clean twenty good sized clams put them in a pan and pour three pints of boiling water over them cover them tightly until the shells open take out the clams and chop them quite fine Make a crust as for chicken pie line a three quart basin with it and put in the chopped clams season with butter and pepper Pour over this the water in which the shells were opened and dust two rolled crackers over the top Cover the whole with crust and bako in a quick oven Rural Xew Yorker rret THE FARMERS FAMILY to direc Â¬ JJ taudaad fJSTK trial win demonstrate lt great merit wB pay you to male that trLA T IKE al beat Hi Intra U is cztetsJrely ooaaterCnted It irai- - JJeware of Imitations Klectnc Dont tale INSIST spen nobl lna PaiUtidpfcia Electro Magic Electnc or any orher fraud simply becaaHc it k cheap They w ruin dttfecs tad are dear at any price Ask for -- DOBIirjrB lltECTBIC--- THE TBlFPEEFilL CUTTEE GRINDER AMD and talc- - no other Nearly every gimxi from Maine to Mexico keeps it in stock If years hasnt it be ww order from his nearest wholesale grocer Q EAD carefully the Inside wrapper aronni each J1- - bar and be careful to follow directions on each ounude wrapper Yon cannot nfTortl to van leaser before trying for yourself this old reliable and truly wonderful SHELLER Combined in One Frame The Onljr Combined Feed Mill Made 27 53 Dobbins Electric I L CRAGIN iLMrn Soan CO PHIIADKIPHIA Pa af Warranted to Give Satisfaction Can uy tu re dttTeret dxed Grinders npon the wm MIS OB ax jjj- time EeaHj fire t in rar Send for dmhr to a ktysiei ifaBKIC SJfB 1 a t M wTSwtME Best Conch errap Taste good Um m uma noia UTartCclSXH CORES WNLBf AIL ELSE fills i rJ 27 53 rKAZEU MACT AVIIIiamsburg Ind 1 I 3 S I The best Cough Medl- cine is Pisos Cure fob Consumption ChUdren take It vrithout objection By all druggists 25c WI1EHE All asTfXis Brrcm Tastes rood lntme Sotdbydrorelstg 1 B i I I EJ HI eH i I vtJfesiinfft3xZ Jt Ulm jCY fcCoiS mm tuar7 jjj Cf ES fa BcetCosgb fjS Cincinnati Tat EaUri Tnist ojggyrfe The Popular Ltao letwcea f tSc il JPJ5 1 - PWr t lkj Indianapolis end Use irrHhjftsAntfaiyfiM ly Fine Carriages Citip Pullman Sleeplna- - Cars avndElapantllo rIlnlng Cliir Cars on liiffht Trains Ha gnlflcent Parlor Cars on Day Trains TETOlca THUisst CHICAG Cn BETWEZN C LAFAYETTE O eOIiTDWHAlXS and Tsndslla tint Faliman Bnflet Slerpinc Cars P llmanlteclinlnp Chair Cars New First Class Coachc Second Class Coaches and Bapfags Cars all run tferourh without change between Cinciaoati and St Louxs Cincinnati kand St Louis Four lis lie C L Bt L Ballwxf CI Elegant Reclining Chclr Cars Cincinnati and Peoria HI TIA THE C 1 Bt srTwrrn 1 L Jl C lad II VT Kbort Tlna KENTUCKY Inilhnlis Commodious RocIInlnr Chair Cara BITWIIN Fesrii Ilk Via SHEU0HP ni foM teh CARRIAGE rW WORKS PKOPIUETOB C I Bt L a end T P A V IT IM icj It fhlctro St I odareand IVorls clo- - Licet n Brdlats connections to vaic with all and from the fiorthwelt YTist end Sosthrrrtt Tsricfk TitttU tit Earrap Cietti t til frfsf il riiati Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I Ft I JOHN DOKELSON tf 7 HARRISOK DMILLER 109 CRTalsoviathisl rensllCooponTicU t Offices IhrrmhfM t lue counrr IOHN ECArOeairaiiaadTttXtjt l CTirciirsrsw o 11 IRVINE STREET Office Next Door to Post Eiiraite f ProaipUr Repairing Done And mm mmm 1 SSiJQoM WuehT aattl Utl7 nERA - ti cprrtat ync It Wr S4C3I1 lrH5XrTV m - OV d im Umt i t at Cue tti M J gvau mil vrfili rctva f in Upniig STYLE tfc CARPETS LAID IN FINE GivehimaCstH 34 wfc vrh One lrfMin btukW- rAtir rt crr e nr iisir Urc m1t1 tttwronwtei fotrHoateboIU buI bHiuDtrt ThM nu4ct raa b rack w wn llflT kVC Atl After Vl In kvm for 3 icathi 4 iImwi tfarm t tko ww prvpcrtr Tb bwj 1mt cmUad tker biiDini writ ac caa b aar f rctrla tb Smp1e- - Vf m Q xks ftrltt cw Tateh XAtnm v mw m 7r V 7r 27 28 The average home is just about what the wife makes it and it is also true that the average wife is just about what her husband makes her With this iew carried out on tho part of the husband from thebeginningof married life there would be assured one of oui Creators noblest institutions a happy home But in too great a proportion of farmers families this is not the case The labor of the farmer is hard he comes in at night weary and if his evening meal is not ready and household affairs not tidy he is apt to put on a wry face After several repetitions of this character he begins fault finding which increases from bad to worse He seems oblivious of the fact that his wife has trudged all day long like himself at her household duties with per haps two or three little prattlers at her heels and the youngest one undor one arm half the time of its wakeful hours If she be of a quiet retiring disposition as so many women are she gradually sinks into a moody despair ingsilence and trembles when she sees him coming for fear of the reproaches he may hoap upon her Sunken eyes sallow cheeks and wrinkled brow follow and death finally gives her the rest she so much longed for When he stands over that pale corpse he can manage to mutter She was a good wife to me He can speak well of her now that she is gone hut for years had not spoken well to her He was sc obtuse he had never seen that even one kind expression from him would have been of more value to her than gold and he never surmised how her years for heart ached all thfesa lo that kind en atu uca drst wur her love o case but This may ue an c t there exists jj man it from the same and other cauv a 1ne husband should work more hoars than his wife because he is stroogjr Whenever about the house he sao ild be on tho alert to take off from her shoulders all the toil and unpleasant things he can just as he did when he was pleading her to marry him remembering that now in addition to her daily labors she has to endure tho worst of all the bur- Â¬ den of motherhood Some wives fall into the evil habit of scolding but if they knew how much more unhappy it makes them and how utterly detestable the habit is in the estimation of most people whose opinion is worth any thing they would cease it It must be admitted that in most families there is more or less growling and faultfind- Â¬ ing If both or either of the parents are addicted to these sins tho children will surely follow their example I have a panacea for this disease no patented and if this prescription be faithfully followed a radical sure will Set apart one room in the be assured house which shaH contain no furniture or decorations whatever oxeopt ono hard bottomed choir and call this room the Growlory Then let the family old and young all agree that when ono is guilty of any of these little disturb- Â¬ ances he or she shall be sent to the Growlery for a stated time on a major Â¬ ity vote of the others This will remedy the oviland create much amuse- Â¬ ment at the same time Life is not long enough to spend a portion of it scolding John Wesley said ho T7oald no more scold than blaspheme Ha considered thera equal sins Cor Y Tribwlc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- An UflTcctlro Prescription fur tho Destrojlnc Disease of bcoldlnc leace Eastern woodworkers aro using KlC and Sirs SIcSwnt BweaesofTfor Torty Eight Uappy Hours naphthalino as a wood preservative Lobelia my love another long aad It is said to bo very effective leaving the wood dry and with only a faint delightful evening is before us The young husband was arrayed in uromatio smell The Austrians aro constructing a drossing gown of gorgeous variega portable electric light plants to be ted and dazzlinsr complexion Ho sat used in entraining and detraining in a luxurious arm chair and rested his troops at night and the Germans are tired feet on the soft plush cushions of going to have a similar portable plant two other chairs In his hand he hold a magazine of large print which he attached to their sioe trains with the saving which will result in was trying laboriously to read The aid of an eye glass he had purchased substituting olectrioLty for horseflesh conviction on the street railways of this country under the deep and solemn is hinted nt by the fact that the opera- Â¬ that his position in society required kind tion of one street railway in England him to uso something of the Is there any thing that I can do by olectricity will reult in saving 60 Billigor tondcrlj 000 per annum over and above tho for your comfort present host of operating it by horses inquired the young wife Lobelia ho repliod I The curious fact has been demon- Â¬ after think not considering a few momonts strated by Sir John Lubbock that though if you will kindly open that certain kinds of ants aro unable to package of Lone Jack and put th oxist without keeping other ants as smoking set within reach I shall bo slaves though why this is so he has not lound out On receiving the slavos obliged MoSwat did so aud with hor Mrs from a nest of fifty slave holding ants his now meer- Â¬ own fair hands she he found that the latter immediately schaum whoso bowlfilled already taking was commenced to die off and were speedily brownish tingo that gave promise reduced in number to six When the on a of richer and grander results in the slaves were returned tho mortality happy future ceusod You dont know Lobelia puff According to Engineering some experiments condueteJ at the Ports- Â¬ how gratefully I pnff appreciate no mouth Eig dockyard with a view your puff kindness in interposing objection to my indulgence in puff to determining the resistance of metals at different temperatures indicate that puff this habit Hard as would have puff the strength of iron increase uni- Â¬ been the sacrifice Lobelia I is formly up to 5 degrees F while the would havo quit it oheerfully that cheerup to about 390 to say puff with comparative ductility diminishes degrees it thoi increases until a some Â¬ fulness if you had exacted it How could I have asked you to quit what higher tsanaraturs is reached smoking Blllger replied the young and then remilns nearly constant up wife whon you have never made the to a temperat ire of nearly 500 degrees Steel siiniltirily tested showed no least objection to my chewing gum Mr McSwat laid the pipe down and diminution of strength up to 500 de- Â¬ gress but at thU paint its ductility was looked at hor in astonishment he Do you chew gum Lobelia reluced one half I never suspactedit A new Parisian industry is the said I I confess 1 do sometimes Billimanufacture of hoar frost glass which gor Â¬ is coverel with fjathory patterns re said he sovorely Mrs McSwat sembling thoss naturally produced havo you any idea of tho conseupon window pane3 in cold weather The glass is first givea a ground sur-Â¬ quences of inveterate gum chewing face either by the or the Do you know any thing of the inconordinary method all J is then coated ceivably vile materials of which the with soft varnish The varnish con- Â¬ stuff is made It cant be any worse Mr McSwat tracts strongly in drying taking with filthy recking of glass to which it than tho poisonous it the particles adheres and this reproduces very fumes of that dirty old pipe you accurately the branching crystal of are Lobelia McSwat have a care Dont frostwork A single coat gives a deli-Â¬ cate effect and several coats yield a provoke me too far or Billiger McSwat do you daro to bold design threaten me Dont glare and squint A lecturer in the Iliyal Institution glass till you London attempts to define poison ac Â¬ at me through that eye have learned how to use it sir You curately as follows Any substance which other wis 3 th a 1 by the agency of arc Lobelia exclaimed the heat or olestricity is capable of destroy- Â¬ band pale with conflicting younghus emotions ing life either by chemical action on sneeringly of this you have the tissues of the living body or by meerschaumspokencost twenty five dol- Â¬ It physiological action after absorption lars But let that pass I can bear it into the living system The fact To think though that the woman I would seem to ba that poison is a question of quantity not quality Very have vowed to love and cherish and upon whom I have small quantities of aconite hydro- Â¬ his voice faltered cyanic acid etc sulfice to destroy life poured out the troasure of a hearts but ucd in limited quantities they are richest affection is a g gum chew O O O na well known chewer valuable drugs B Billiger sobbed Lobelia Ill definition of poison is substances qu quit ch chewing if voull quit smok- Â¬ which derange the vital functions and produce death by an action not me- Â¬ ing Ill do it my love he exclaimed chanical His brow aflame with a lofty and no- Â¬ A curious photographic apparatus Â¬ in which a camera is raised by a rocket ble resolve Billiger wrapped his smoking set with pipe tobacco and all in a and lowered by a parachute is being developed by a French inventor M paper and threw the pnekaga to the Amedee Donisse In its experimental remotest depths of a dark and gloomyÂ¬ Loform the cylindrical camera has twelve attic on the topmost floor whilo belia gathered up all her wads of gum lenses round its circumference with a sensitive plate in its renter and is pro- Â¬ from their various hiding places vided with a shutter which opens and rolled them into a compact bundle instantly closes ai the apparatus com- Â¬ and threw them into the attic likewise Â¬ With these slight sacrificos Lomences to fall The descent is oased by the opening of tho attached para- Â¬ belia said Billiger tenderly we pro Â¬ chute which is drawn back to tho pitiate tho good angels of domestic operator by a cord attached before tho bliss and banish forever the demon of firing of the rocket For securing discord from our hearthstone DISABLED ANIMALS birds eye views the photo rocket offors Forty eight hours had passed forty The Danger of Allowing Uoskllled Cow several important advantages over oight short happy hours Night had balloon photography such as compara- Â¬ Doctors to Treat Thcui Even on the best regulatod farms tive cheapness in operating and free- Â¬ come again Billiger was in that attic He had when all due care is exercised animals dom from risk in case of use for mili- Â¬ sneaked into it and was fumbling will get sick and disabled In such tary reconnoitering In around noisole3sly for something cases it is best when practicable to tho dark his hand came in contact with NAPOLEONS FAMILY call in a skilled veterinary surgeon at a shoe and he grasped it It had a foot once By prompt and skillful atten- Â¬ Honr the Lite Kmncror Was Uailscrod by in it tion an injury may often be ropalrod Ambitious Itebitlvos There was a faint scream and an animals usefulness proserved The late Emperor Napoleon does not Mrs McSwat is that you or a simple ailment may bo prevented appear from Count Fallouxs memoirs Mr McSwat it is from growing into something more to havo got on very woll in his private What are you doing here madam serious so that the extra expense is transactions with his numerous rela- Â¬ Sir I am looking for my gum usually a saving in the ond In tho ab- Â¬ tives It was during tho period of tho sence of a veterinarian the family phy- Â¬ Presidency of tho Republic that his What are you doing hore Madam I am hunting for my pipe sician may sometimes ba pressed into Uncle Jerome wo are told said ono Chicago Tribane Ho will often do quite as well day to his nephew after a storm of re- Â¬ service as a vet when willing to act in this proaches You havo nothing of the AMERICAN CANNIBALS Some farrnsrs are quite suc- Â¬ Emperor about you capacity to which the cessful in treating the simple ailments of President answered bitterly Strange Stories Abont the You are A Missionary Hudson ilay Indians These are mistaken my dear uncle I havo hl3 their stock themselves Rov E W Young of Toronto Can- Â¬ men who have made an intelligent family While his colleagues In tho ada has been in Washington for a Study of the struoture and habits of the ministry were deeming it good policy animals in their enro and when symp- Â¬ to show court to the Emperors un- Â¬ week telling large audiences about the toms of functional disturbance pre Â¬ cles cousins and aunt3M doFalloux Indians of tho Hudson Bay region sent themselves they can make a dispensed with all this and he adds Having been a missionary among these pretty correct diagnosis of the case and with a sly touch of cynicism the Indians lor twenty years Mr Young get at the root of the difficulty As a President nover showed me any ill will is competent to talk about them The rulo however the way in which sick on that account It was a relief he Hudson Bay section ia like a scaled and disabled animals are dosed and assures us from a painful embarrass- Â¬ book to a great many people and Mr treated in the absence of competent ment when M Odillon Barrot helped Young tells some Interesting facts He medical skill by their well meaning to solve the problem how to provide penetrated the country for hundreds of owners and tho losal harso doctor for needy uncle by suggesting that miles jiing a skiff in summer and a We have known ho should ho made Governor of the dog team in winter Is simply atrocious Tho Indians of Hudson Bay said a man to bore a half inch auger holo Invalides Tho President appears to are very clear through the skull ot a inuley cow havo been equally frank in the Mr Young to a reporter much like the American Indians in as a remedy for what he callod hollow case of his cousin Princa Napoleon horn It is scarcely necessary to ex-Â¬ M de Falloux relates that when general appearance They are not at They live in all like the Esquimaux plain that the cow died M Drouyn de Lhuys at a Cabinet In another case an ignorant feilow Council was entering with some em- Â¬ wigwams and spend their lives hunting Many of them were can- Â¬ who treated most of the sick animals barrassment and much periphrasis on and fishing nibals It was their custom also to kill In his neighborhood poured a pound tho subject of the Princes intrigues at of quicksilver down a horse as a remedy Madrid where ho was then occupying tho aged and decrepit as soon as they for colic The dose ruptured the poor tho post of Frensh Ambassador the got too old to spare a rabbit or catch a horses stomach and he was soon re Â¬ President interrupted him and with fish Were you ever attacked lieved from his sufferings Turpentine his usual coolness and deliberation The poured into a cows ear3 is a common said I see your conclusions M were medicino men and conjurers those from which I suffered remedy for all sorts of imaginary ills Drouyn de Lhuys You may believe They made their living by If the poor cow shakes her head it is that I am well acquainted with my most preying upon the superstitions of the doing her good Cayenne pepper is cousin My cousin is a monster It used in the same way The actions of will be perceived from this as well as Indians and as my teachings neces- Â¬ the animal testify to the excruciating from other passages In the volumes sarily broke up their business they suffering caused by tho application of that lack of outspokenness with those wanted to kill me How is tho climate there suoh fiery substances to an extremely he knew intimately was not one of the In tho winter it is exceedingly cold In 18G0 when M sensitive surias In fact a sick animal Emperors failures the thermometer often ranging from is often more danger from tho doctor- Â¬ de Falloux as Director of the Academy ing of some ignorant quack or its 6ought according to custom an audi- Â¬ forty to sixty degrees below zero and Mr thoughtless owner than from the dis- Â¬ ence of the Emperor in order to an- Â¬ This is how we dressed ease which the treatment is aimed at nounce the election of Father Lacor Young removed from his trunks a There are quacks among veterinarians dalre the ex Minister took occasion to heavy leathor coat made of tanned as well as among family physicians express his opinion that the English moose skins and prettily trimmed with and unless a man can show a diploma alliance from the dynastic point of beads Attached to the coat was a fire from a reliable veterinary collogo it is view was no more favorable than the bag also of leather in which a Bint To this our and stone were carried Pants and as a rule safer to trust the case to revolutionary alliance nature than to have any thing to do illustrious neighbor aad good ally as moccasins and a heavy beaver skin with him Dont waste time and add to it was then the fashion in many quar- Â¬ which he said was also used as a chest an animals sufferings by administering ters to call him replied I know that protector were also produced But ho continued it Is not al Â¬ heroic remedies for such mythical dis- Â¬ very wolL England never Is a true About three eases as hollow horn wolf tail etc ally and he added with some bitter- Â¬ ways winter there If a cows horns are cold boring them ness She months and a half in tho year begin- Â¬ sho is even an enemy and blowing pepper into the holes will spoils evory thing sho touches Such ning at the last of May and continu- Â¬ not cure her oi tho indigestion which It appears was tho private opinion in ing until early in September 13 beau- Â¬ I have known tho ther- Â¬ is probably at the bottom of the whole 1860 of tho sovoroign who eleven years tiful summer difficulty If good medical skill is not later was dreaming as we know of mometer to got up as high as ono hun Â¬ within reach and unless you are cer- Â¬ retrieving hi3 fallen fortunes by incit- Â¬ dred degrees The only white people in the sec- Â¬ tain you know what ails an animal and ing Germany to an unprovoked war can treat it intelligently it is better to against that country Cleveland tion said Mr Young aro fur traders and no whisky or alcohol at all is al- Â¬ rely upon good nursing and let reme- Leader lowed to be sold to the Indians This dies alone Philadelphia Press It Seemed Very Funny is one reason why wo have been suc- Â¬ Â¬ Worthy of the Prize Ho was talking with aNankin farmer cessful Canada has never had an In dian war In all Its history Instead of One of the prizes for virtue given by yesterday and in tho courso of conver- Â¬ fighting them we educate them Mr the Paris Academy this year wa3 award sation aske- dYoung added that there are now be Is your wife in wit you ded to Marguerite Pauline Rault who tween 4000 and 7000 Christian In Noap replied tho farmer grinning dians in the Hudson Bay country was born noar St Briouc and was first Washington Post a schoolmistress in Brittany Sho came a little Didnt sho want to como to Paris at the age of twenty in 1855 to Cases have been observed of restor Â¬ Noap with a broader grin watch over a younger sister became a ation of tho voice after a considerable When she comes in with you bring nurse devoted eight years to tho res- Â¬ destruction of vocal chords It seems cue of fallen women and has since inÂ¬ her up to dinner to show that they are mere duplicat will chuckled the husband gutter or mendicant terested herself in I I ures of clastic membrane and not spechildren ill treated by their parenTs7i Say what aila you You seom cial structure Jbofa Health Monthly She teaches them to make umbrellas greatly pleased and has sometimes to give money to It seems funny Man seldom amounts to much until What docs the parents to save her charges from ho gets married And very often hia Asking about my wife Shes bin usefulness falls to materialize then being taken back to hardship and cru Â¬ dead seven years Ditroit Free Press Baltimore American elty IT Y PosL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m I have my opinion of Well you can keep Citizen it The last opinion I got from you Ybnkers Statesman cost me 150 That boy of ours is getting to be a terrible story teller said Mr Chorl said his wife ho tolls Yes try fibs on the slightest prevarication Puck One firm in New York supplies electrical power to 150 different manu- Â¬ facturers some of them ton miles from tho dynamo This has replacod 107 steam engines when a ver- Â¬ At Owenton Ky dict of not guilty was declared In a homicide trial the audience applauded Tho judge ordered tho doors closed and imposed a fine of 250 on each person who applauded The braidy cigaretto is tho latest thing from Boston It is mado of to-Â¬ bacco that has been soaked in brandy and the smoker is enabled to keep mildly intoxicated withont touching a drop of liquor excitedly Whats tho matter asked a passerby as a throng of hat loss wild eyed mon came tumbling out through the front door of a concert Has a fire broke loose in there hall Worse a thousand times yelled ono An amateur olocutionlst of tho men Chicago Trionne has broken loose Special Agent Tingle of San discoveted two Chinese Francisco women on board train going from Vic- Â¬ toria to Tacoma They were dressed in Amorican fashion and were heavily veiled Thoy were arrested as was It also an accompanying Chinaman was evidently a shrewd case of smug Â¬ Lawyer gling Telegraph operators it seems are developing a disease of their own One or two cases recently occurred abroad in which the finger nails dropped off ono after another Tho affection is supposed to be duo to the constant hammering and pushing with the finger ends required by the working of the telegraph instrument An eastern mechanic attributes some of tho mysterious fires which aro of frequent occurrence to blisters in tho window panes If these blisters are convex enough to form a lens and combustibles are stored within its focal distance a fire would be very likely to result A young man of SL Helens D MAIM STRESS P ARMER JEaWEalsSR J JB8JKffei1g TCaK rVfjri sj5 sJft L arrjri j2- mis Imf 4 y xKA fe l - Bf 3 Ore Â¬ To The Public I00TS SHOES AND HATS -- has had a touch of both kinds of fortune ne won 700 in a lottery and immediately and properly started for He was Salem to see his sweetheart so anxious to hurry to her that he could not wait for the train to pull up to tho station but jumped from it while it was running at full speed and broke his arm and banged himself up gen- Â¬ erally The Cincinnati EntjHirer is re- Â¬ sponsible for the following Pink nails indolence Red nails a war- Â¬ like nature Narrow nails incline to mischief Filbert nails are associated with deceit Small round nails de- Â¬ note obstinacy Crooked nails indicate a fierce nature Nails abnormally pale or with black specks on them denote sickness Broad nails are considered to be indicative of bashful aud gentle natures Long nails appertain to those of a temporizing disposition These are the nails of persons who hate scenes The wondeiful manner in which nature in the long sweep of years e olves her products and adapts them to their environments is manifested in A horse can not lie down the camel on the scorching surface of Sahara in the eyo of the sun without scalding or excoriating his tender skin But all tho parts of a camels body which touch the sweltering sand in his atti- Â¬ tude of repose are provided with cal- Â¬ losities of thickened hide which enable him to rest on the burning surface without danger or discomfort Some of tho chain or progress Â¬ ive schemes for raising money would have curious results if carried out For instance one of them calls upon No 1 to send ton conts and send tho appeal to ton other persons each of whom Is to do likewise the process being repeated fifteen times Now if this chain should not be broken it would reach 1111111111111110 peo plo an Impossibility of course and would not the author of tho scheme 111111111111111 X T Tribune Tho Raleigh N C Kcws Observer states tho leap year situation thus Twelve years must elapse before the interesting event takes placo again but it was just tho same in 1800 and 1700 but not in 1600 for that was a leap year and the year 2000 will be a a leap year also Why this should bo is a problem To explain In detail would be a tiresome task but it rests on the principle that the difference of eleven minutes por year exists between actual time and calendar time Thus a year is computed at 365J days three years being 365 days long and tho fourth year 366 days In fact tho year is 365 days five hours and forty fivo minutes long or eleven minutes short of 365 days IN DOOR ATHLETICS How to Keep Up the Muscle and Health in Winter Time 2 WALLACE HICES Goods We have an immense stock of Pall--aad--Wi2it- er- CONSISTING OF AIiIb GRADES and from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought gool to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We handle the best mukes of custom goods and want a share ot your patronage if prices are a condition PRICES Respectfully ElQl mcfczi iy OJJEEN AID CEESCOTT ssssaikBf EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads swssraaBtMastssrsssssssrranrrw QUICKEST MOST DIREC1 AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Pries m Points Sni East m flTlil So- - fo in wj cf 1 THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- - uJmifr 1 inllf TlllinsftMn M Cne1 Only Line Travelers have acholre of two kl of Sleeping Car en SiiPPisi TCftt 1PP dolr Uunet Car and Pullmans Finest raliwe Dunet Sleeper state Room Pattern JciWia TO JACK3 ii ami Lexington Cars 0 nearly a Florida is Jjrand Central Union Depot lu Cincinnati passetHters hoMIng tlefcetn vIk a therefore Raved transfer across tbe City and are assured a Journey attended tint Inte with tetV comfort and convenience Nearly All the Leading Railroads andcreknt QEPe Travel via- - Queen and Crescent JOH J Lne of l 9 SI1 ilirOAULT V Cold weather and stormy days pre Â¬ vent most men from taking their ac- Â¬ customed exercise during the winter months Out door sports are abandoned from necessity Base ball cricket ten- Â¬ nis rowing and athletic sports of track and ring are impossible and unless in- Â¬ door exercise is taken up the muscles become soft and flabby and the general health of the man suffers Young men engaged in office work and other confining occupations spe- Â¬ cially feel the loss of their summer sports How to keep tho physical man in condition from now until tho warm days of spring mako outdoor sports possible is the thought upper- Â¬ most in many minds If one has room for suitable appara- Â¬ tus at home he should devote half an hour to vigorous exercise both morn- Â¬ ing and evening Lifting machines Indian clubs and dumb bells take up very little room except when in use then they should be given wide range The variety of movements with the clubs and dumb bells that moy be learned with a little instruction is so great that every muscle in the body is brought into play The lifting machine which consists of two weights attached to ropes run- Â¬ ning over pulleys and lifted by means of wooden handles at the ends of the ropes affords excellent general exer Â¬ cise The motion of rowing striking pulling and lifting may he varied In a number of ways and by sitting on a low stool a nd placing the feet in the handles the legs may be exercised If one is a member of an athlotic club where thoro Is a good gymnasium he will do well to take a regular course of gymnastics devoting a certain amount of time overy day to the work Bowling is good exerciso for the mus- Â¬ cles that it brings into use but should not be relied upon for general develop- Â¬ lu Mt CtneiaHatl Ohio D G KDWA Kltt Acting UBral Passeoeer Agent VSI5rAsTIan8er ik T RYAN General Superintendent J QL INLAN General Advertising Agent Ueaeral Freight - st Paul Building West Fuarth Aget I- 3yESBIR3 Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths HongL and iDressed JLnniber Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky mayi tf Lime Cement Hair D H MYERS Club System TO Htttj CiiAWEEK white as convenient 4l tas Iz3 Fateil Pcsttt ana Effertlre to tne boyer aa aar i instalment system V ft m iRSST to as The tjtltrt wi Lac chili members sells as 18 DISGER AMD TE1HSPLAXTER wpaiiuun vjmamsfl WtU mm before it eoes oat though each member only pays zx a wees aius is wny we jitt you I more for your mosey than any one else and whr we aro dolnir the larcestu watch business la the world We sell B onlr Brat analltv foods bat oar prices are aboot what others get lex sec- - a CSWtek rW sm A the dab for each watch witches ia each Jim l Light Simple Ston I M1- fwtM cndcnalirrOartlOSllrcxVaUliil OpenFace first quality stttTesed Gold IitehtyetTerysiroBglyinado and war ranted VrScati G It is tbe onlr self cleaning T zser made and can be msed in anr ki3 cJ BOB no matter how Micky with perfect ease It that possesses great adTan taged orer aH other diggers in tbe mar Â¬ ket WRaiiaraaacan easily dip SM to 409 boles per day It is exceedingy FETEBSEH IsainbstannalSQTer not imitation of n any ittna diem- - w ina American jcrer n watcn euner annting case or open a GO MOLETB 29 2 HiB ment An excellent plan for winter exorÂ¬ cise is to go through a course of box Â¬ ing lessons Sparring is one of the best forms of goneral exorcise that can be followed It gives work to every muscle trains tho eye and makes tho boxer agile on his feet and quick with his hands Aside from the exercise it affords boxing is an accomplishment that is of value to every one N Y Mail and Express uiu a wiea liifariiii irqrsmnfr nu mcs it cm TMeystoBeWatciiCioiiCo 004 Agccts Wasted Ktx Witch MaltQf 100 Ofr rU any SoGd Gold Case that can be sold at less than doable the doner ascheaD solid cases are Invariably thin weak oS low quality and worthies after short tue OurS3S WatcU contains ttomeroas imoortsst txueated lm- proveraentscf Tltal Importance to accur Â¬ als tixainsPaltnt Duir-MfPali cl Sir Windtrc which w csstjolexchishrely It Is fully equJ for accuracy appearance dnra bBtty and terrica to acy n Watch either Open race or Hunting OnrUMIOUall road Watch U esnedaDv ecnatmcleJ tat th most exacting use and Is thelicst Rail Â¬ road Watch made Ooen Face or HiieHit All these prices are either all cash or la clnhs AmeiicanLeTcrWatchniisravj 9 any It war30rart Sj3 UtiilTy equal to find g watch sold for by others We a tirst ciaas bnescd Cold Case craci more satuctory aad serviceable than d X1K Emboa padlea sloa clasp holduur K pig of Cabinet ac-for Jl fiittures snt sfomrrooe r tails for tus boend ireuJurs xRlC or tat snore unci FIiiEcX j strati kci ILtjait ptiuToe mrn oy Macisnaii uiiio 1L H nrr ar5s I ran snake S300 pr r Dmr profit aen we ues aXBCXS a World for low pre tatii njcr edseiJ dnnU Foraltee A nrJlsli In iWfv tMir 3- 13 LKillQC BRA1 T ri iTssaH 23 38 mi vwa us un DBwana VAU5TST FH1USA PA ib BEFLEGIISI SiFETT LAMP Can ba sol 1 in Try ftaUl C res mors light than three ordinary lamjs Fnl sisnt Laatp sent br Express l r tbirrr cents W also cars ths best mine toot Scad for UhutraUd drenjart to F0RSHEE4 McHAKIiCUcinnaUO rot uuti a Cyy rwln I my Ofmmufiml qmi WH Kelley wlllbuHU youttgocul house olieapec than any man in town mar7 tf 32 3 i