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JHness tf 4 this breach of aaoafaet loss MORGAN D D S per hundred ol wuor wa than Pr vard or yards here there sinco American oporaUve tamed out more JBtf OFFIOK Mam street ovw Madi S9Bat Vance made- the m n National Bank Richmond Ky most fiL- point hi fact lie made a very this juiif 22 tf WfflBg short ieech and nobody onthoRe paWlein sWe of tbe Senate attempted an- to m swer him Simultaneously the Boston Journal of PHYSICIAN ASD SUROEON Oommercc a well known organ of the xUte industries of New England falls to OFFICE Seeeml street next to discussing the same report and Whites Dthi Stole june22tf tually acknowledges that Mr Scooeahofvir- is lfc mtwes lae wntton opinion of Mr wfcu G EVANS M D bponcer Borden of Fall River that we are Trearlng cheaper at Fall River than any PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON where Use in the world and the Journal adds that Mr Sehoonhof should have all OFFICE Second slreeU due alloTranco forcorrectness of statements juw 22tf if they are capable of ready corroboration According to well authenticated DRS TAYLOR ASHE wages and production the cost of tables of weaving nftv four Tarda nf wint aji iA v IraetitRmera in Medicine and Surgery inglish mills is thirty five cents thocost of vreavlsg the same amount and kind of RICIIMONDKY OFFICE Second btreetowr Dikes goods in Fall River 13 twenty seven cents These are figures procured by Mr Borden UrHery jmie22t indopendenUy of Mr Sohoenhsf which says the Journal ot Commerce wo beÂ¬ DR JOHN M lieve to bo scrupulously correct for Fall River And It adds This less wage MAIN STREET cost in an American mill can bo attributed to nothing else than better fod and more Next Dmr to Luxnns Up SUirx One of the results of Result new nt Cur JIuin him Tali sretk efficient operatives this better fed labor is that one third more Avenue fraae Epindles are tended by girls in aa June 2S tf American mill than in an English mill Which says the Journal is more than DR enough to balance the extra earnings Oflr U proftMinal services to the Other evidence to show that no duty Is needed on cotton cloths is supplied ptibtie fflk e in drHK store on lower Main says the New York Tost by our exports and imports of such goods the former Street iUebliltmd Ky jilly27 ly reaching 201602067 yards in the year 18S7 end latter being only DR U- - C AMBROSE 100 yardi thefhesa figures cmbraca2930 both plain and colored cloths and show that our exports are more than seven times our Fonn ky imports of both grades In uncolored cloths Otttee hwura 2 to 4 oolock in tbe af our exports are about forty five times greater than our imports It is worth men leriHMHi tion that we exported in that year 5336032 yards of plain doths to England and 153S 337 to Saatland and about 2 KW090 yards of W T SEXSMITH M D colored ciotlis to those countries and a much TIIYSIOIAN AND SURGEON nies greater quantity to the British coloAll these facts tally remarkably with Mr Blaines celebrated report on the cotton WHITE HALL KY goods trade of the world which we pubOffers his jMwfeauonai services to the lished In ttie recant campaign In that republic vr port Mr Blaine showed that wages in cotton manufacturing were no higher in this coun try than in England and that there was no CORNELISON reason why wo should not compete with her RICHMOND KENTUCKY on equal terms in any market in the world Tho duty on cotton cioths ranges from 4C Practicing Physician to 73 per cent ad valorem The question a dntv or any duty service to the arises why such Mr Vances motion shouldÂ¬ flr hN irif--iin- il bemainlainod to reIMtbiie 28 duce tho duty was rejected by the Repub Â¬ lican Senators without any reason whatever DR S M beinc given The only reason conceivable for keeping the duty is that although it is PHYSICIAN AND tURJEON not needed a reduction would be setting a bad example There is no cotton goods RICHMOND KENJUCKY trust as yet therefore it is fair to presume Oflkv in Huiith ISuiWing on Main that the competition among the producers keeps the prices to American consumers as Smet janly low as they would be if there were no duty not probable that any such HW M D It isformed therefore we can trust will bo not accuse the Senators of maintainingan unnecessary PHYSICIAN and SURGEON duty in order to give tuturo opportunity to RICHMOND KY form one The only alternative reason is Office in Smith Building on Main that a reduction on one thing might lead to a reduction on others Obsta pnncipiis is Strwt the safe rule of your high taritl man Speoial attention given In Mlurosc ieal Clteuiiral exaruinuiioiis of You may revise tho tariff as much as you tfces awl fluids of the human body please Revising docs not necessarily imply reducing it most commonly means increas22JiiHtif ing the taxes It certainly means that in tbe present case sinco other parts of the cotton schednlo iu the Senate bill increase DR C S HOLTON tbe duties to an aggregate amount of Hemeepilhlc Physician rnd Surgeon j0000d to be added to tho present surplus ntiless the manufacturers of hosiery Hush Richmond Kentucky end other fine goods intercept that sum and nwn nmfits a it ta nf pnnrsp to Office Main Street over D M Brights ndd it their Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to intended that they shall do 400 P M Colored RrubUcans Can Watt Special attention given to diseases of A delegation of very practical SouthÂ¬ women and all difficult chronic cases ern Republicans called upon General Har- Â¬ Patients treated at a distance and rison the other day for tho purpose of giv Â¬ Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ ing him points as to what would constitute mavi6 iy dress the right kind of a Southern policy As tho head of the delegation explained after the visit TVo politicians have got to manage DR H R GIBSON this thing You cant build up a party on Practitioner in Medicine Surgery an abstract proposition You must have tho oEices If we are going to have a new 61 SO RED HOUSE KY Bouth that will amount to any thing it must be built upon party lines General Harrison DR J FAIN was not so sympathetic as the delegation hoped ho would be and he appears to have UNION CITY KY cut their formal address short when it was Ofler hi professional services to the barely under way by saying It seems to mefromwhatyou say that the white vote uWie Office at Powells store in the South is as much suppressed as the 12- colored vote This depressed the delega tion for as their spokesman explained We are not so solicitous subsequently they can about the colored Republicans wait Tho delegations view of the right Attorneys At Law kind of a new South is undoubtedly the one RICHMOND KY BUI Matt Quay which is held by Sjtecial attention given to abstracting Chandler aud Steve Elkins Those de Â¬ termined destroyers of tho solid South are titles to lands in Eaxieni Kentucky Offli e in Climax building 8 E sure that tho new South which is to take its and must built on Corner Main aud Second istreets up place plenty be oUces for party lines only Republicans of June 22 tf with stairs -- NYPost A xian in Ansonla Conn owns and lives BURNAM In a house that overlooks a largo clock Un Â¬ fortunately however the man thinks be can not see tho clock from his chamber window as a brick chimney intervenes To obviate RICHMOND KENTUCKY this and hav j tho pleasure of looking to see A R Rur the time of day or night while in bed for OFFICE with V F June 22 It nam on First Street tbe clock has an illuminated diall he one day bored a hole through the walls of bis bed room close to tho head of his bed inA SULLIVAN serted a piece of two inch gas pipe with a glass in the outir end and now all he has to do is to place bis eye at tho inner opening and ho has a focus upon tho clock without RICHMOND KENTUCKY leaving his bod His friends asked bun OFFICE on Firft street same as when this was completed why he did not formerly occupied by County Judge have a clock in bis room instead of going to ort6 ly Miller so much trouble And for the first time it dawned upon him that it would have been CS as well a A vuf in Ansonla Conn owns and lives in a bouse that overlooks a barge clock Un Â¬ fortunately however tho man thinks he can RICHMOND KY not see the clock from his chamber window Oflk e on Second Street June 22 tf as a brick chimney intervenes To obviate this and havj tho pleasure of looking to see the time of day or night while in bed for the clock has an illuminated dial he one day bored a hole through the walls of hisÂ¬ bed room close to the bead of bis bed In serted a piece of two inch gas pipe with a RICHMOND KY glass In the outer end and now all he has Office corner Main nnd First streets to do is to place his eyo at the inner opening 1- and he has a focus upon the clock without tip stairs over Ramsey leaving his bed His friends asked him when this was completed why be did not CHAS S POWZLL have a clock in his room Instead of going to J Sr EED SMITH so much trouble And for the first time it downed upon him that it would have been eswelL A TTotto of Breath The Cincinnati Times Star a stalwart ReÂ¬ publican organ reads the riot act to tho Indiana Republicans who are making life miserable for General Harrison with their importunities for Cabinet positions It says It strikes outsiders ai rather strange that a State having tho Presidency should strongest clamor for something more in the way of We represent ten of the Fire Insurance Companies in the eminent recognition when at least half a world we represent the company that dozen solid Republican States quite as ha the largest capital the largest paid worthy to bo coesidered as Indiana and up capital the Irrgeit assets tiie only with distinguished sons deserving the high be overlooked onniny that paa its losses without est honors must of necessitymaking np his discount and does not agree in its by President Harrison in p licy to make you wait sixty daya Cabinet The Indiana politicians who are have mislaid afera fire to gel your money We so urgent in this matter good name oftheir the write at th lowest rates given by any modesty and for tho State and their own reputations they should company then lose no time in recovering it Indiana has Why not Insure in the Best no validsav clauathe for a Cibtnet position services of this or that that And to Our comaniei are baeked by over man in behalf of General Harrison entitles 542000010 capital and over 125000000 him to a Cabinet appointment is carrying assets It will le lim late after you are the reward Idei a httle too lar burred out Call end cee us before you Montgomery Is Inure eWwhnre Our rates and terms Tbe Capitol Judge lovers of order giving In tbe great pleasure to the Me the best dlitriet by his jodgaieBts and sentences in 29 28 SMITH POWELL the criEslnal court nllnF 17 L The Dangers of Limiting Competition by Prohibitive Tariffs In the decision of Judge Barrett we They Are Determine JC IST0 drTj W poyntz ary 18S9 In committee of tho whole these shameloss champions of tho tariff com- Â¬ bines have for weeks debated House bill 9051 to reduce taxation and simplify the laws in relation to tho collection of tho revenue What was 8re FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS this bill to reduce taxation as placed before tho chamber by Al- Â¬ lison Morrill Sherman Jono3 of Nevada Aldrlch and Hiscock all Re- Â¬ publican hypocrites aided by two or three doughface Democrats It Was a measure to increase the taxes in all but four of tho fourteen sched- Â¬ ules and to grant a bounty tax in placo of tho double duty in one of the remaining- four schedules Advancing to thoir work the Sen Â¬ ators deferred action on tho woolen schedulo until the night before tho vote The Presidential canvass gave America a good idoa of tho wool rob- Â¬ bery The recipients of tho duty quarreled among themselves tho mill owners at last abandoning tho flock masters In the circumstances tho less debate on wool tho bettor This great subject then comes up for an evening session the only one in the whole moot Mr Vest offered tho amendment of tho National Associa- Â¬ tion of Wool Manufacturers asking a reduction in tho wool schedulo of tho bill to 10 cents from 1L To this Mr Allison retorted with a suggestion - je22tf Â¬ Â¬ JF a7 Â¬ making the tax 12 rather than 11 cents The present infamous war rate is 10 cents being 43 per cent of value It is needless to say Mr Al- Â¬ lisons Idea was seized with favor and tho entire schedulo was loaded with taxes 20 por cent higher than tho present rates Ready made clothing was fixed nt the figure at 45 cents a pound and 45 per cent ad valorem and all tho other wool robberies are to be in proportion The reader may wish a comparison Let him understand therefore that when Salmon P Chase and LotMorrill in time of war surpassed as they feared the bonds of a free peoples gen Â¬ erosity Chase and Morrill mado these taxes on a dollars worth of goods 48 cents After tho war when tho god of protection was further exalted when tho National debt was three billions the rate on tho dollar was made 875 have a warning which all ot the tariff pampered lrust3 must heed The ar- tides for tho formation cf tho sugaf j trust wero drawn by an eminent lar- yer and while all the great trusts do not conform strictly to these articles it is still true that if on an appeal to tho court of last resort tho decision 13 against them an effectlvo check will be imposed upon tho usurpations of the trusts and their power for wide- Â¬ spread evil will bo destroyed The reason for the greater efficacy of tho courts in such matters is found in tho fact that most of these evils ariso from special or class legislation Among the railroads we find extra ordinary charters and privileges in- Â¬ consistent with public welfare and contrary to our constitutions Tho worst evils arise from over legislation and from tho fact that the ropro3enta lives of corporations know what they want and how to get it If the public mind could be so en- Â¬ lightened as to insist on confining leg- Â¬ islation to general laws and to public the difficulties which so purpo3C3 often embarrass us would not arise One Legislature is kept busy rectify- Â¬ ing the errors of its predecessors Unfortunately insteud of repealing bad laws the members set about to amend them thus strengthening tho hold capital and corporations ac- Â¬ quire on commerce and in politic 1 In dealing with railroads and other corporations in rectifying the abuse of tho tariff in correcting the abuses of our criminal laws it will be found best in tho main to repeal the stat- Â¬ utes which have given riso to so many abuses rather than to attempt to roc tlfy the abuso3 by now laws The following trusts aro especially concerned in the decision of Judge Barrett American Cotton Seed Standard Ol Trust Oil Trust Tin Trust Contral Iron Trust Cartridge Trust Soap Trust Knvclope Trust Sail Trust General Steel Trust Nail Trust 7 nc Trust Olajs Trust Spool Cotton Cordage Trust Linseed Oil Trust Paper Bag Trust Crockery Trust Plow Steel Trust CoCee Trust Bessemer Steel Trust LETCHER BRIGHT ai T PARRISH TURNER Attorney at IaTw J ET Â¬ Attorney at Exaw POWELL Attorney at Xawj Attorney at Law WSMOBERLEY m twenty four years after Lees surrender the rate is made 90 cents In contrast with the vicious tax of 1883 which is 64 per cent the now exaction is 90 per cent Journal This bill to reduce taxation now comes before a Democratic House SPIRIT OF THE PRESS Whether or not that House accept a Wages in Pennsylvania are de-conference tho Herald cares little So much for Harrisonian for it knows that if tho President get cliniug Louisville form of this bill against the sky high - tariff prosperity the ho will unload his honest blunderbuss Courier Journal The Democratic party is a low in such a way as to further carry on the war of education which is to en- Â¬ tariff party or nothing If it does not franchise tho people Chicago Herald continue to make an aggressive and uncompromising movement against WHO PAYS THE TAX high protective taxation It will bo disorganized St Louis Republic Tbe lis GlTen to the Two Pet Assertions or Shooters Murchisori alias Osgoodby an- Â¬ During the last campaign in imi- Â¬ nounces that ho will be in Washington tation of the statement in Mr Harri- Â¬ on March 4 In order that General Har- Â¬ sons letter of acceptance it was urged rison may become acquainted with from every stump that the tariff was him If the President elect is going not a tax to be paid by tho consumer to do any snubbing iu his official ca- Â¬ but an impost paid by tho foreigner pacity he will find Murchison alias Mr Harrison Btatcd in his lotter of Osgoodby a splendid subject to prac- Â¬ acceptance that those who argued that tice on Chicago News the tariff was a tax were by that act misstating tho case It is attacking the very principle of protec- to assert asrather a Republican organ does tion It was further argued that tho a United States Judge very effect of the tariff caused a reduction that promptly and vigorously sat down in the price of all articles subject to on the attempt to smirch Colonel its provisions In this connection the Dudley Such talk in viow of the following extract from the Senate sub- Â¬ facts is likely to accentuate the gen stitute for tho House Tariff bill will eral beliof that Colonel Dudley be found suggestive Pittsburgh Dis smirched himself See 2510 All lumber timber hemp maai patch Ind Rep la wire rope and Iron and stesl rods bars spikes nails plates ancles bars and bolts Ocgoodby says I did not com- Â¬ and copper and compos tlon metal which ma pose the letter to West I simply be necessary for tae oonstrncUoa and equip copied It and sent It on in my name ment of vessels la tho United States for for eign account and ownerthip or for tbe parÂ¬ Probably It was composed In the New rots of beinc employed In tbe foreign trade including the trade between tbe Atlantic and York office of tho virtuous Matthew Pacific ports of tbe United Slates alter the Stanley Quay but that is immaterial passage of this act may be Imported In bond Between tho vulgar villain that com- Â¬ under such regulations as tbe Secretary ot tbe Treasury mny prescribe and upon proof that posed It and the vulgar villain that copied it the degree of villainy Is so such materials have been ured for such par pose no duties shall be paid thereon Bat ves slight that it is not worth examination sels receiving tbe benefit of tbls section shall Chicago Globe not be allowed to engage in tbe coastwise trade ot the United States moro than two says The tariff reformew months In any one year except upon tbe pay Mr Chauncey M Depew have the znent to tbe United States ot tbe duties oa devotion of tho propagandists and th which a rebate is herein allowed Provided rbat vessels built In the United States for for-Â¬ fire of the Crusaders They have eign account and ownership shall not be al- Â¬ Depew ought to be lowed to engage In the coastwise trade ot the indeed and Mr sufficiently familiar with history to United States Now it may he fairly asked why It know that these qualities are much the tariff is not a tax to be paid by th3 moro likely to win In the long run importer hut by tho foreigner tho than all the ardor of Interested selfish- Â¬ allowance of this rebate is of any ben- Â¬ ness which Is the main stock in trade Provl efit to tho American ship builder Or with the high protectionist if the effect of tho tariff tax is to re-Â¬ dance Journal duce the cost of every article em- Â¬ braced in its provisions where is any Anybody kin Kansas Rustler benefit to follow from tbe suspension Â¬ is said that be rich if bo exerciser a little ingeof its operation If it nuity Wy in 75 I took the census these aro only a few articles and can at regular rates an mado not bo said to form a basis for an of tho State money took jest a day to argument against a tariff which em- Â¬ a barrol of Impossi- Â¬ New Comer a county braces nearly four thousand others it Not at ble You could not must be remembered that 01 every sun- Â¬ manufactured from raw ma- Â¬ all podner Id hit a town bout article down looking as much as I could like terials imported from abroad the law fore goln an allows an almost similar rebate thus a Boston capitalist price jestcorner lots of ask the to giving the lie to both of tho assertions Bybed Id every man woman an mornin of the tariff taxers to which reference child in the county would be waltln is made fer me and all I had to do was to look This is not an exceptional case out of tho hotel wlndo s an count the Time Every argument of tho high taxcrs is heads squally fallacious when submited to What wrought the change This womans the test of reason Chicago Leader Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cents Now Kubber Shoe Trust Spool Silk Trust Trust Legislation against these combina- Â¬ tions would avail little but if Congress should put all these articles on tho free list twelve months open competition would free us from the worst of these Limiting competition by a prohibitive tariff gives a bonus to the organizers of trusts Hence we say they aro the creaturos of vicious legislation and that the bast way to deal with them Is to repeal the law which has warmed Louisville Courier them into life Lead Trust SENSIBLE GIRLS I to Study the Constitution of rheir Country A society of young women of tho well-to-d- o class has lately been formed in New York for the systematic study of the Constitution of thi United States and of the time and condition whioh led to Its adoption It 13 the purpose of those young women to leave the study of the customs manners and institutions of foreign lands to those who aro ashamed of being Americansj while they by special study become acquainted with the history and spirit of the system of government under which they live These girls aro not of the strong minded variety They have simply concluded that it is worth the while of American girls to know something about thoir own Government As the schools in which they were educated did not furnish them tho desired In- Â¬ formation they have fallen back upon their only resource that ot To this in the desired direction end they are holding private meetings for reading the best works they can find on the subject and availing them- Â¬ selves of the counsel of tho best in formed of their friends Their course might well be Imitated by all young Americans of both sexes But what shall bo said of the system Of education which renders it neces sary for fairly educated young people of cither sex to rely entirely upon their own exertions for a knowledge of what ought to be the very groundwork of every Intelligent Americans educa- Â¬ tion Is it not a shame that even native born American people aro de Â¬ pendant upon private association with those like minded with themselves for ah onportunity to study intelligently tho Constitution of the United States Is the shame not all the greater in view of the millions of foreigners that are becoming American citizens with- Â¬ out an opportunity of becoming Amer- Â¬ icanized The extent to which this ignorance of tbe American form of government prevails even among peoplo who aro considered well educated is appalling Tho legal profession affords tho only exception to this rule and it is entire- Â¬ ly safe to say that nine tenths of tho law students learn little or nothing of the Constitution until they leave school and college and enter upon the course of study prescribed for admission into their future profession Business men teachers physicians and preach- Â¬ ers are well posted In nearly every thing but that which they should know most about and hence it comes to pass that the country 1 overrun with a con- Â¬ stantly increasing army of cranks male and female who think tho mlllenium may bo ushered in by an act of Congress Every child native or foreign born should bo taught in tho school or col- Â¬ lege It attends the principles upon which our Government rests He should know just what Congress may and may not do the limits and scops of the ex- Â¬ ecutive and judicial powers granted by tho Constitution and above all ho should learn that the Constitution was the result of years of striving toward a uuion ot separate republics and that it was a sacred compact in tho making of which each State with many mis Â¬ givings at tho time surrendered some- Â¬ thing for the general good If all citizens understood tho American almost insurmountable difficulties un Â¬ der which the Constitution was framed and adopted there would be less dis- Â¬ position to violate its provisions or to treat them as of no importance For the present no adequate public provision Is made for tho Instruction of the young in the principles of the American system of government and those who want to know something of it must do like the Now York girls Fortunately the teach themselves multiplication of libraries and books makes this a comparatively easy task if some way could bo devised of mak Â¬ ing it fashionable It has been tho fashion of late to despise every thing American but may it not be hoped that this movement of tho New York girls means the inauguration of a healthy change If societies for tho study of the Constitution were organized in every neighborhood perhaps the edu- Â¬ cators of the country would wake up to the fact that a knowledge ot the form of government under which it lives is quite as Important to an Amer- Â¬ ican child as a knowledge of two or Philadelphia three dead languages Times self-cultu- re wcll-mean-i- SOME FULL OF FUN Mrs Westend at a party How brilliant Mrs Tiptop is to night Mr Tiptop dryly shes an aw- Â¬ fully jolly woman when away from home Philadelphia llicortl Facetious Customer to Walter Do you ever entertain the nobility in this restaurant Waiter who writer little puns and such for a daily paper Not when they have no bility to pay Texa Siflinq Editor newspapor Get any subscribers to day Business Mana Â¬ ger Got one Editor Lets see We had one subscriber to start with and this other one makes two Ill an Â¬ nounce that the paper has already ZYiiir doubled in circulation Mrs Golddust Will you kindly excuse my daughters delay Herr Wachtatnrhaiu She i i dressing for a germau Herr Wachtamrhein mak Â¬ ing an evening call Oh matam it vas a pity she should change her dress 011 my account America This is Indeed a existence sighed the druggist as he tore off and licked the po3tage stamp for a chance customer Im also do- Â¬ ing a light business said the man at the cigar counter at least my gas jet seems to be tho only thing wanted by Tuck half the men who come in Mistress Are the eggs ready Bridget Maid Faith an theyre not I had no clock to tell me the right time when to put them in Mistress But there is ono hanging in tho kitchen Maid Sure I know that but its a quarter av an hour fast so it is Jewelers Weekly Li descending the stairs Bobbys foot slipped and ho and tho coal hod which lie was carrying rattled to tho bottom Here here shouted tho old man from the parlor whats up out there Nothings up pa shout Â¬ ed back Bobby who wasnt much hurt Epoch every things down A German professor says that thirty five flashes of common lightning would keep an incandeecent lamp burn Â¬ S1 ing for an hour Owing to tho diffi- Â¬ ia5BBfa culty of capturing a flash of lightning and preserving it until wanted persons who use incandescent lamps will con- Â¬ tinue to depend upon electricity at so much per lamp torrutoiou Herald Hongrec Jane I wish you would serve somo of your nice appetizing corn fritters at breakfast to morrow 30 20 Cook morning Indado then Oi Hongrco No Why not wont Cook Shurc th mibsis bees Ondly jist afther tillin mo ov Oi fritthcrcd KEHTOCKY CENTRAL awoy inny more o mo time shed dis charrudge mc sorr so she wud Drak ea ilajazine GRASS ROUTE Squire Oatcake in New York post office Hev yo got any letters for mo Clerk savagely Whos Shortest and Quickest Route from Cenmet I dont know you Oatcako tral Kentucky to All Points North tta al youre a purty feller to bo East West and South west drawin a big salary for sassin the people who are taxed to pay yer Look FAST LINE BETWEEN a here young man our postmaster up Cincinnati to Squeohawket dont git moren forty dollars a year an he knows me every time I come round Judge Xo2 No 4 No 6 SOUTH BOUND Ex bun Dally Bzjjun AN ENVELOPE WASTED Sy am AFiither Reckless and Inexcusable Ex Â¬ Lve Covlnyton travagance and Forjretfalness tve Falmouth 1003 am Lve Cynllilan- n- 1105 am The marriage ceremony had been Arr lJarls 1140 am 1230 pm 1130 pm 610 pm performed the guests had dopartcd Arr Lexlngton 1150 am 155 pnt 5 30 pra and the last vostigo of a sumptuous Lve Pari pm fco pm pm Arr V liiclinter repast was even now being stowed Arr HIchmond 1235 pm 1125 200 710 pm pro La caster 510 away under the blue coat of a guardian Arr Y-e- -s hand-to-mou- th ALL OF PLOWS AND CULTIVATOR L i THE NEW EIEM OE Shackelford Gentry he re iy Hi Ml ill h P K9 will continue business at the old j stand and will endeavor to mer-Â¬ it the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the i public generally whom they will serve with increased fa- Â¬ cilities n ve ear ar nop tleh Belte akee 3 the 32 mocil ipolia JzS C 5 C3- - T TH jsoWaK TtaXing 3 WAGONS andC JJrtTso 11 ww a nnpfar d at all nest at XPS Genuine see tin xr3 f 45- - Tatott a idKeu kSox BLUE a P old array etaatara altK taate Â¬ Plie Cor t aatrtgl1 Clo-thiex- - jaaUpah tMtbiSg VTSSMal AT McKEES OLD STAND 15I7 e Lexington First and Main Streets Richmond Ky 4 11 of The bride was taking an inventory of the pickle casters and the groom had just left the house ostensibly for the purpose of smoking a cigar but really to seek his father at whoso door ho was about to lay a charge of awful import Father said tho young mau and the aged parent trembled with appre- Â¬ hension as he noted the stern visago and heard the cold harsh tone father do you know what you have done What is it my son Tell me the the night Arr Stanford lve Klclimoml Arr Bcrea Arr LivlUKiton 600 pm 205 p m yo pm 545 P IgllllCJLjiOTHilNGa HATS OJLIPS No 1 plots Mill leat of hake i of Hoi Id PK tlcCres ELF XORTH UOUKD No 3 No 5 8EHTS FURNISH1H0 GOODS TRUNKS USES 800 am Lve Livingston 1025 am lvc iierea- Arr Richmond ii45 am Lve btanfonl 720 am Lve 1 ancanter 810 am Arr Richmond 1100 am Lve Klrhinond 130 pm pm Arr Winchester Arr Pans - 225 Pm 325 Lve Lexington -- 300 pm E eissick r le will eu th one f Umbrellas Walking Canes 650 740 825 735 835 am am am am 300 pm am 350 pm Tb and ite Pi Curious Marriage Customs The marriage customs in some parts of Brittany aro very curious In Cornouaille for instance the village tailor is the important personage to whom the candidate for matrimony applies for a list of eligible girls Having selected one the tailor at once proceeds to the maidens father carry- Â¬ ing a wand of broom which gives him the title of Bozvalan tho name of He Is dressed for the octhe plant Â¬ SMITH h POWELL Fire Insurance Â¬ Tho rope should not bo altoÂ¬ Is ruddy with a roses grace gether displaced by electricity It Her eye is bright might be a National misfortune for Her heart is light jive the protection Senators rope enough and they will certainly bany Ah truly tis a goodly sight A few briei months ago her cheek Chicago Herald themselves Was pa Had and her step was weak A Wifes Point of Vie The end is near For her I fear Poor Jennyl It must be an awful Sighed many a friend who held her dear shock to you sympathized her friend I caiiatell you what wrought he And to think that you trusted him all those years while he was embezzling change in her She was told by a friend who like her had suQered such enormous sums Yes sha sobbed I knew my mil Â¬ untold misery from a complication of linery alone came to more than his female doubles that Dr Pierces Fa t vorlle Prescription would certaluly salary but I never suspected him Life cure her This friend knew whereof Down In Central America tho she spoke for she had been cured by printers have an aasy lime Theio aro the remedy she advised her friend to about three holidays in each weok and use She is enthusiastic Iu her praise no printer can be forced to work on aud tells her friends that Dr Pierce those days Sometimes it delays the deserves tbe universal gratitude of publication of a papar or makes It woman kind for having given It this miss an issue but the Central Amer Â¬ infallible remedy for Its peculiar nil such small ican carta very little about matters Tho main point with both nients It is guaranteed to give tails employers and employes is to enjoy tho faction In every case or money refund ed holidays a Dr Pierces pellet one a dose Cure Pet dogs wearing sealskin blanket are among tho sights on Broadway headache constipation and Indiges New York Moo 1 face casion in official stockings one of which is of violet color and tho other red and with him is the suitor and his nearest relative Whilst the family chiefs are making their arrangements the lovers retire to the other end of the house and discourse their own sweet music It Is necessary that tho engaged pair should put an end them- Â¬ selves to the term of the negotiation They approach holding each other by therhand to the table where their Sewer Pipe in abundance PUMPS mutual parents or relatives are seated The Girls and Mother when bread wine and brandy aro LKV13 Tbe young man and brought in Idleness and oxcessive labor are OUTLERY edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware Choice lot of the maiden cat with the same knife about equally bad It all the girls and drink out of the same cup and the carefully avoid ono extreme it may in abundance day forunlon is then agreed upon happen that some of the mothers will DONE ORDER N Y Ledger bo kept from the other By forming THE MOST a limited partnership in which the EXTENSIVEIV ADVERTISED 30 3 Tbe Blood girls who are just home from school regular duties upon them- Â¬ LAUNDRY BLUE ifl THE WORLD Is he source of health therefore to take certain com- Â¬ keep well purify the blood by taking selves and learn to produce that HO FREEZE GO fort which they wish to enjoy both Hoods Baraaparllla This medicine Is Glass or GosL parties may bo boncfited The moth Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF peculiarly designed to act upon the NEVER ers will share the results ot their ex- Â¬ ami blood aud through that upon all the iinss 3POI3 perience and perhaps-- the daughters aaV a BMJ88V7ttfiifilJa C3 SJATTIcent organs and tissues of the body It will Improve upon these results SO per litis a specific action also upon the good way aaHsaStUBtadBaaBaBaaaaaBaaB cheaper and Mothers way Is usually a better than any other bluing in the world and agists bat the home students of housekeep-Â¬ secretions and exertion bluing nature to expel from tbe system scrof ing will not bo confined to any single BLUUxE b mors convenient than any other can jut BLUING U more economical because you - iiaaaaaaaaff aaKsafrN humors Impure particles and mode of operation They will talk and In Just the exact amount and no more uli effete matter through the lung liver think and read about what they are do- Â¬ BLUUJE U clean and neat no dtut no spattering orspilliiif ing and get as much light upon it as BLUINE In small sheets packed In a handsome bowels kidneys and skin It effect envelope and would be an ornament on any They uatly aids weak impaired and debili possiblo from all directions table tated organs A trial will convluco will want to know tho be3t way what- Â¬ BEUTNE Is the cheapest because it la the best ever It may be It is entirely possiblo yoj that it does possess peculiar cura- Â¬ that they will convert mother to some Twenty Four Washings for Ten Celts 35 38 tive powers now ways Meanwhile their presence C V and their llvo interest In all that is go Â¬ Wanted Jr X tcr times OenerU Agents fJ rr Bailie Maey widow of Ihe ing on will mako home a moro cheer- Â¬ Wholesaleat all Retail Trade everymen Salesmenbora women and ale vietaity and girts to do adverttdnx In IaMj R Ward Wacey- - of Versailles has ful place and there will bo no chance j One IttneeteuaraekserarOceSs Samples received 7000 in hack pension nnd lor two opinions as to tho pleasantness freeef Oroornorbymauoitae will get 25 per mouth lie remainder f rem being horns Irom schooL Dora BLUINE 3TFG CO West Acton Mass I CINCINNATI OHIO U S A Write for Catalogue I 303 31 49 cf tier life E B doodah 4o6 p m 96 am 430 pm Ivc Lve Kaliiimilh 451 pm 1003 am 325 p m worst 600 pm 113 am fcjopm Arr Covington This night you gavo me a check for MAYSV1LLE BRANCH five thousand dollars as a wedding gift No 10 No 12 Dally Dally SOUTH BOUND So I did and I ought to have made txKun Ex Sun it ten thousand dollars Oh my son I am very very sorry 6coo a m Lve Jlnyfcvllle 105 pra JnhnKon 635 am 140 pm Yes you ought to have made it ton lltrlltle 729 am 234 pm thousand dollars but ho added grim- Â¬ Mlllerxburg 258 pm 820 a m 325 pm Paris- ly it is too late now But that is not Arr Lexington 913 am 610 pm alL Covington 1135 am 600 pm Oh heavens I can not enduro No II Nn 9 Dnlly Dully NORTH BOUND further censuro gasped the miser- Â¬ Ex Sun Ex Sun able old man It pains me beyond measure to Lve Covington- 23co pm thus torture you but father your Lexington 733 am 425 pm pro- Â¬ am 520 pm 830 Iuns- conduct has been characterized by a Arr Jllllerxburg 857 am 547 pm reckless extravagance that can not bo innmie- 921 am on pm Johnann 1015 am 7S pm too severely condemned Mnyavllle- 1050 am 740 pm In what way my dear son asked No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar the afflicted parent faintly rive Paris 755 p m You placed the check in an enve- Â¬ Note No 3Daily between Richmond apr 18 tf lope did you not Lexington and Covington I did No 4 Daily between Covington Lcx And it was a white envolope was it ngton and Winchester not Direct connection i mnde nt Winchester with Chesapeake ami Ohio for lit riterllug It was it was Axhlniid Huntlngtou Charleston V Va Why would not a common bun en- Â¬ and Knslern Cities FAST LINB No 3 ami I run via Wln velope answered jut as well I can cheMerHlid Trains Willi Pullman Hleeplnt overlook your forgetfulnoss in filling Care netweeu Cincinnati and Richmond Va DC out the check incorrectly but that you anil Winchester and WaHhingtnn Checked to Thronxh Tickets and BatgnKe should have wasted a good white en- Â¬ any destination reached by u railroad -velope on it is really inexcusable For fnll particulars addrctd or call on any aceutof the Company or But the old man had swooned away N 10C W Main St next door to Second National Bank B II ere the son had finished It was ail 8 FUen SJOtWE Agt K TravBACON Agt Paiwr Paasr A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every description The Covington Ky Lexington Ky too true In a heedless moment ho UNIVERSAL PLOW both right and left hand Biial to anyjitow FBCARR Agt had wasted a white envelope on a snide HE HUNTINGTON Richmond Ky Ueul Mancger made The best cultivator in the market Double Shovel Plews Texas Silings wedding check Ueneral Office Covington Ky ram lve Iynlhtnna 340 pm A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c e for 1EN aaeet jr A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men wot t Won 1 tort TE- 1 castle c LKRK 1 Â¬ Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times J930R- - Breck Phelps EI JL IR A t BR1NT ID W A ir to ej FULL OF TINWARE ROOFING and GUTTERING EESGK FHEJLPS THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE J i laCPf 3h - PMA TsW I1- J X Jim LEN i 1 Â¬ Al r FINE VEHICLES FOR THE TRADE afiSftui pz 5 C PaHaT aaaaSr i A THE CLIMAX rUBUSHED EVERY WZDXKSDAY BY POLLED HIS EARS Joe Blackburn walloped Bill Chandler in a committee room of the United States Senate on last Friday Chandler had made an Co attack on Secretary Vilas and Climax when Blackburn asked him for FRENXH TIPTON Edtors- - his authority he called Blackburn Wm G WHITE a slave driver Blackburn seized him by the ear and slung him PKICB PER YEAR 150 about the room for some minutes WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 37 18S9 until the ear assumed the shape of a red cotton sock which had been just wrung out of wash Dr D W Bliss President Gar fields physician died Thursday ENDORSED CLEVELAND THE Printing dry crazing the first year they opened out In consequence of a fpare population but the next year Dundee Place Addition was Iayed out aud built upon and then they were In high clover Mr Pigg remaiued at that location until about two years and a half ago Â¬ FIFTIETH CONGRESS Second Session nleaUon was presented Iresi the Secretary of the Commonwealth et PeBBSjlfanla with a certified copy ot the set to conform the bound ary lines between that Commonwealth and the States ot New York asd West Virginia and to ratify ami confirm the agreement entered Into by Commissioners on the part ol Pennsylranla and New Verb in relation to the boundary linos approved June 0 1E87 Laid on the table The direct tax bill was recalled from the House The statuo of Lewis Cass was accepted Mr Coke concluded his Texas from Michigan outrage speech The bill for the eleventh and subsequent census was passed with maximum cost ot KS40QOW At 6 p m the Senate ad journed House Mr Itatoh Mo called attention to thefaottbatio July UwtMr Conirer la from tee thJ fm for the bill regulating of compouBd lard asd that it had been placed upon the House calendar This he maintained had been an fmprojter reference and he held that the bill should be referred to the Committee of the Whole Carried The bill tor the protection ot Alaska fisheries was considered and recommitted with instructions reducing the term of lease from twenty to tea years Washiroion Feb 18 Sksatb The cre dentials of Senators Iterry and Harris for their new terras were presented read and placed on file A resolution was reported instructing the Committee on Privileges and Elections to inquire into election methods in the South It was laid over until to morrow A reso for was lutkm agreed calling to recent reports relating to sugar investi gations and undervaluations In woolen and worst J goods The motion to reconsider the direct tax but was debated and anally rejected yeas 8 nays is The Sundry civil appropria tion bill was considered until 6 pm when the Senate adjourned HODSE An hour was accorded to the Com Â¬ mittee on Printing during which resoluUons were passed pit Tiding for the printing of vari ous documents The post office appropriation Mil was ooBSidered The conference report on the direct tax Mil was called up awl filibuster ing continued until it was withdrawn The post office appropriation bill was resumed until 5 p m The pending amendment reducing to 600 a year the minimum salaries ot stenog raphers to postmasters was defeated A re-Â¬ cess was then taken until 7 p nu the night ses sion being for bills reported from the Committee on Military Affairs Waskinotos Feb SO Senate A number of executive documents and memorials were presented A resolution was offered to continue the existence ot the Select Committee on Pacific Railroads A resolution was offered for the appointment of State Commissioners to the r uoare Bonuera etec- pcK tkms resolution went over until to morrow The sundry civil appropriation bill was taken up The conference report on the Territorial bill was agreed to At 630 p m tho Sennte adjourned House The direct tax bill conference re port was called up and passed Tho conference report on the admission ot North and South Tlll ntn Unntan anil 1V Ti I n rrl fn nio Qfcuri t0 Tlw report o the District Commissioners Investigation was made and posponed lnde nltely The post ofSee and appropriation bill was considered until 5 p m when the Houso took a recess At 7 p m bills from the Committee on Commerce were considered Washikotox Feb 21 Senate A resolution was reported by Senator Spoonor direct ing the arrest of Thos D Fister of the Super Tisinfr Architects office for refusing to answer questions propounded by the Committee on Privileges and Elections Mr Morgan objected and It went over by agreement until Monday next The conference report on the legislative appropriation bill was agreed to The joint resolution for printin ten thousand copies of the Inaugural addresses from Washington down was practically kleJ with amendments HOU8K A resolution v as offered by Randall to tit a day for consideration of the Conies to bacco bill and prohibiting dilatory motlons The posl ofBee appropriation bill was taken up and passed The legislative appropriation bill was finally passed The deficiency bill was considered and an amendment adopted appropriating 60J0 to pay Colonel Lamont the dif ference between bis present salary and fS0Q0 a year which his successor will receive At 5 p m the House adjourned VfAsnisGTOx Feb Si Sexate The House amendments to the Senate bills authorizing the construction of bridges across the Mississippi river at Alma Wis and across the Tensas river at Daniels Ferry and for the estab lishment ot a collection district atTampa Flcu were severally concurred In On motion of Mr Hawley the resolution to print tho inaugural addresses of all the Presidents was recommit ted to the Committee on Printing The election outrages were taken up by a party vote Mr Gorman got the floor but yielded for the sun dry civil biu which was passed The resolu tion for a revision of existing election laws for Congressmen was debated The House amend ment to Mrs Sheridans p3nsion bi 1 was non concurred in and at 51 p in the Senate ad journed after some filibustering against Hoars resolution House Mr Mills was recognized and called up the resolution against the Senate tariff bill but Randall raised the question of considera tion to make a report from the Committee on Rules The House voted against Mills yeas 83 nays 1 Randalls resolution was adopted to fix the hour for assembling at 10 a m A resolution to consider Mrs Sheridans pension bill was reported After some filibustering It was passed fixing the rate at H5M a year The bill to retire General Rosecrans as a Brig adier General was called up by the same methods and passed after an exciting debate Mr Randall called up his resolution and it was laM over until Monday next The deficiesoy appropriation bdl was considered until 5 pm At 730 pension business was considered Washington Feb SJ Sbs ate Among tho petitions and memorials presented and referred was one by telegraph from the Fourth En carapmest of the G A It Department of Texas assembled at Fort Worth asking that at least one half of Oklahoma be reserved for entry and settlement by old soldiers ot the Union without their being subject to the exist ing homestead law requiring entry and cultiva- Â¬ tion Hoars ele ton outrage resolution was taken up by a parly vote Mr Daniel of Virginia addressed the Senate speaking five hours At 550 p m the Senate adjourned House The Chaplain In his Invocation feelingly alluded to the fact that to day the House would pay Its last tribute ot respect to the memory of the late Jas N Burses of Mis souri who while the mortal mists were gather ing around him kept In his place and earnestly aad taithtullyperformed his duty Bland of Missouri filibustered from 10 to 11 a m to de- Â¬ feat the recognition of members under the Ran dall resolution The Senate amendment to the House bill for taking the Eleventh Census was concurred in The deficiency appropriation bill was considered until 2 p mtwhen eulogies ot the late Mr Burnes of Missouri were delivered and at 530 p m the House adjourned Â¬ Washisotok Brta 18 gDWArE A Mama when he removed to his present location He has lived to sec the street grow from nothing uutll to day there are about 300 business firms ou it and ranks as the second retail f treet in the city He enjoys a lucrative trade and I is a popular and enterprising citizen He removed to Kaunas in 1609 from Richmond Kent tick v aud In 1S7G came to Missouri aud like all Ken luckians thinks uell of his native The Estill Eagle favors Hon The Tariff Reform League in Georgfl Matt Adams for Governor Chicago adopted the following stale but has more tailit in the future of tills Mreet than in Kentucky and We honor Presi- Â¬ we believe he is about right too If Tlte Fiftieth Congress has enter resolution Cleveland for his al on the last week of its exist- - dentand statesmanlike brave man- Â¬ you want to known all about the early ly course in history and growth of the street just ottee making tariff reform the issue be- Â¬ goto his store and you will find him James C Flood the California fore the public We see in the one of tlte cleverest men you ever majorities struck and free to confess that its millionaire died at Heidelberg increased popular which that issue has won for him growth has been most wonderful inGerman Thursday and in the increase of his vote in deed Kansas City Progress Star Â¬ Â¬ Among the have returned stock disposed ql was the horse Pick- Â¬ wick which was sold for 20000 and n span of Kulhland horses brought 5000 South America oilers a good market for speedy horses aud a large trade has been opened by a Vermont syndicate for fast horses and blooded sheep The expense of shipment is large which relatively increases prices smcK PAIXT LICK SATATE0F0HI0 Died near Paint Lick in this county Nancy Wil Mrs on the 6th inst Co Cheney burn Horton in the 95th year of her F Toledo age She was the widow of Thos W the City of She was the oldest aforesaid and that Horton deceased or ONE person in this community- - Had been a the sum j Lupus County 8 8 Frank J Cheney makes onth that he is the senior member of the firm of CITY OF TOLEDO doing business In County nnd State aid firm will pay HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of consistent member of the Baptist church can not he cured by the for 71 years was highly respe died by all Catarrh that who knew her Peace to her ashes She was buried bv the side of her hus- Â¬ band who was buried in the family bury- Â¬ WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COCSTEK AI rscnf A Kam sey auctioneer reports from 300 to 400 cattle 011 the market Tlie following public sales were made 15 choice feeders 1250 pound weight brought 400percwt 46 feeder 1100 pound weight 360 per cwt 20 plain sleets 1000 pound weight 21 per head about 200 broke mules ofleretl bul few sales were made Winchester Court J use of Halls FRANK Catarrh Cure ing ground 18 years ago K1XCST0N Sworn to befote me and subscribed in my presence this 6ih day of Decem Â¬ ber 86 A W GLEASON j J CHENEY On a Par More Extensive Scale seal j Bjrnto a girl Mrs R C White on the 22nd Xolarary Public Is taken Â¬ Â¬ with 00000 derived from his individual estate credited Louisville has a banded indebt Â¬ the industrial centers assurance edness of eight million dollars yet of the early triumph of the peoeJe grows and jjrows ples cause and we pledge ourselves to increasing agitation until Dick Tates shortage has been that triumph is won Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY STATE WEATHER SERVICE I5ULLETIX FOR JANUARY 1SS9 Â¬ FORTY TWO STATES Eleven girls were killed at Ply President Cleveland has signed month Pennsylvania Monday py the bill admitting to statehood the an explosion of dynamite territores of Dakota Montana and Mr Harrison will be inaugura- Washington and dividing Dakota ted President of the United States into two states North and South Dakota There remain only six on next Monday March 4 th territories unbroken line of Henry Dalton sltot and danger- states now extends from the Atously wounded his wife in Lin lantic to the Pacific except a coln county He ought to be small ann of Idaho that extends up between Montana and Wash hung ington to the British line President Harrison and party These new states are supposed lnve gone to Washington to be to be Republican but grass ready for the inauguration next dosent need protection and the Monday Dakotas will soon be Democratic The map makers and historians Stanley the African explorer can now go about getting out new again Seems to has been killed us the Africans never grow tired books to conform to the new condition of things and the school of a thing children can have new books next The bondsmen of ex Treasurer session Tate gained their case in the Cir cuit Court at Frankfort having UOV BUCKXFR OX THE TARIFF LEAGUE MEETING IX CHICAGO been sued on the bond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Upon his return from Chicago Heavy snow storms occurred in Virginia Georgia and South Car- Governor Buckner said of the The olina last Thursday while Ken- Tariff League meeting Chicago convention was a most tucky had nothing of the kind enthusiastic and earnest one Last year the gold product in Democrats were in attendance the United States was 33175000 from every State from Massachua slight increase over the preced- setts to Nebraska and every one ing year and the silver product seemed to be enthused with the was43000000 objects of the League There Three hundred and twenty was no thought of a retreat from eight thousand seven hundred and the principles as embodied in the sixteen divorces have been grant- last Democratic platform The ed in the United States within convention indorsed the Democratic principles and declared the past twenty years that taxes should be levied for Judge O P McManama who revenue only Every man in atdistinguished himself as Judge of tendance was opposed to a prothe court that tried Buford for the tective tariff except one calculatkilling of Judge Elliott died at ed to meet the expanses of the Government and that only Frankfort on Wednesday The convention is calculated England is to add seventy war to do much good to the cause of vessels to her formidable navy tariff reform It has incited interAs peace loving people grow more est all along the line A commitand more numerous preparations tee was appointed to effect a perfor war grow greater and greater manent organization and another meeting will be held at the call The Confederate Veterans of that committee The purpose meeting announced to be held at of organizing a bureau for the disLexington was postponed because tribution of suitable literature and the time contlicted with that of to supply speakers believing that the horse sales It will occur the people are more open to calm further along dispassionate debate and reasonCongressman McCreary is ot the ing now than they would be in opinion that the United States the heat of a political campaign We in should take a hand in the construc- such as that of last fall tion of the Panama canal and tend to work tlioroughh and syslias prepared a report recommend- tematically and will try by all honorable means to educate the ing the same to Congress people up to our ideas of tariff A little cold weather visited the reform The Tariff Reform League North west Saturday night The will establish branches in every thermometer registered all the State in the Union tud with way from 11 degrees below at hearty co operation much good Chicago to 52 degrees below at can be done during the next three Minnedosa wherever that is or four years All the speeches and discusSenator Kenna was on Thursday sions some of them very animatredacted to the United States ed which I JKiened to in Chicago Senate by the Legislature of West showed that the epeakers were Virginia after a deadlock of sev- Â¬ thoroughly posted as to the inieral weeks So West Virginia is quitous workings of a protective not so much Republican alter all tariff and they were most earnest A man named Unsell has lied in their endeavors I think the from Kelson county because he best and ablest speakers heard at was accused of forging notes on the convention were those made numerous deceased persons It by the operating mechanics thinkappears that for several years no ing men who plainly Bhow the man could die without owing Un- evils and injustice of a protective sell money evidenced by note tariff Not a single delegate was there who was not bitterly opposThis is a new scheme ed to the present system of taxaIn Chicago on last Thursday tion in the Tariff Reform League a OLD TIMERS letter was read from President Cleveland reiterating his positive Recollections of Mr L P Pigs One of and well known views of the neThe Old Timers of Eighteenth Street cessity for reducing the tariff to a revenue standard and repeating From Mr L P PJkr tlie well Known his confidence in the inevitable grocer at 2709 E 18b street who is triumph of the policy for which among the old timers of I81I1 street the reformers are laboring we Rattier some very interesting facta Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The mean daily temperature of the State for Jtuuury as deduced from the tii dHjiy ol ei vations whs 37from the mean of average maximum and minimum temperature 28 The figures are about 4s in excess of the normal The mean daily maximum tempera- Â¬ ture was 45 7 The liighet tempera Â¬ il ture ami thi iman muimitmi 304 The awi wa 398 The lngt 11 u 65 was located at Peliville hi the 18 h aud the lowest 13 at Ashland ou the 22nd The average warmest day in the month was the 15th anil the aver age coolest the 9lh With the excep tion of January 1876 and 1SS0 where the mean temperatures wete 431 and 501 respectively the pnst month was the warmest January since the opeu- ing of the central station in 1870 The average preclpltaiton for the State was 352 inches which shows a deficiency of nhout three fourth of an inch This deficiency Was however confined to the Southern aud Western portions of the State In the Eastern aud Northern counties there was con Â¬ siderable excess The greatest precipitation rexirteii was 506 indies at Lexiugton and the leas t 1132 inches at Owentou The snow fall was as a rule very light and unevenly distributed throughout the mouth At no place did the enow remain upon ground any considerable length ot lime The ouly stations representing snow on the ground at the end of the month were Frankfort and Shelbyville the depth in each case being les then one inch The average number of rainy days was 7 cloudy das 14 fair Gaud clear Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Col Roy C White lias returned from the South We recently applied to breeders of Mrs Elijah Beasley of Garrard county Improved stock for prices with a view Mrs T J- - Gibbs some for friends In is visiting to the purchase of Mr Elliott of Jessamine county and different parts of the state Ifthere is any doubt in Hie minds of our readers Miss Sallie Boen were married on Tues Â¬ ns to whether it pays better to rear day the 19th Elder Milton Elliott of good Mock thau it does scrubs they Kirksville officiating in have only to try to buy some of the RELIGIOUS A price list former to be convinced of 2 year old colls ami fillies before us A churcli was dedicated in Lexington No 89 1000 No 90 S1000 reads No 92 3000 No 105 2000 No 112 by Bishop Dudley Sunday 2000 A list of BS and only two as low Rev Dr Witherspoon of Louisville s 400 Breeder- do not only ask says there is no hope of pardon after these high prices but buyers are not death scarce at these figures One firm says The WiJows and Orphans Home of the Nothing on hand for sale but ear was dedi Hugs as we sold every head last Christian Church of Kentucky Tlie cated in Louisville Friday night How did these men begin spring common building cost 16000 Simply by breeding their aod Coiitiliu- mutes to standard hor Rev Harry Henderson will preach in girtdf up A fill firt d by a the Methoist Church next Sunday morn- Â¬ iil -lii il rd iit il iMii e noil where dam ing and evening The meeting will be was by ueh a hor e is eugerly sought protracted Rev Mr Means assisting ut 200 to 500 Wheel Enterprise To morrow about one hundred pilgrims Little Rock Ark of the Catholic church two of whom are Entries to tlie four stakes of the Ken- Bishops will sail from New York on a tucky Association at Lexington closed journey to Rome and the Holy Land as follows The intention is to visit the chief places THE NATUKA STAKES of interest in the old world be received For two- - ear old fillies S10 each to by the Pope the Khedive of Egypt and accompany the entry 40 additional the Patriarch of Jerusalem and worship to start with 700 added by Hie propri Â¬ in places mentioned in the Bible as spots etor of Natura Stud of which 100 to consecrated by the footsteps of Christ second aud 50 to third Five furlongs The Pope has granted special privileges to the pilgrims who will not return until the Forty three entries middle of June BREEDERS STAKES -- ternally and acts directly on the blood Intending to make it vor- ATTRACTIVE AND IROFITAML and mucus surfaces of the system all of our customers and friends who may take advantage nu ofler Send for testimonials free CO F J CHENEY Halls Catarrh Curb in- Â¬ gSoltl by Druggists 34 37 Toledo Ohio 75 cents GOODS FROM EYEEY DEPABTII Calicoes A CHILD KILLED in our stock on the CHEAP TABLE t very reduced ratt- - Another child killed by the use of opiates given iu the form of Soothing syrup Why mothers give their chil Â¬ dren sucli n deadly poison is surprising when they can relieve tlie child of its peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opium or Morphine Sold by W O White Prescription Druggist Jlardi Uras Crescent Route hs made excursion rates from all princi Â¬ pal points mi its lino In New Orleans and return for those ivMiiug to intend Ticket on sale March Manli Gra 1st to 5th good to return until March 15th 1889 For further information apply to any Coupon Ticket Agent on 36 37 their line To The Silks Woolen Dress Goods The Queen Cottons Hosiery Underwear Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Yciling KID GLOYES ETC ETC ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTEHTI0X TO OTtt An Open Letter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 would forfeit 50 in gold I accepted his proposition aud ued two bottles us Given by the breeders of Central Ky MATRIMONIAL- directed and it effected a permanent For lwo i ear old colts and fillies cure I have never had the least 10 to accompany Hie entry 40 mldi Mr F B Crooke and Miss Aunie symplous or pain In my buck since and 700 added of which tional to start Urmston will be married in Christs kidneys are in a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ 100 to second and 10 to third Five Church Richmond Ky on dition I btlleve Smiths Kidney Tonic furlongs Thirty entries mi rning Thursday Febntary 27 tiie greatest medicine on earth 1MV1S AND GUS STRAUS STAKES 18S9 ut 1030 oclock Rev C J Win Nathaniel Tevis 10 each gate will pronounce the ceremony A handicap for all ages Smiths Kidney Tonic for sale by W to accompany the entry and 25 ad Â¬ Messrs W B Bright and M G Y For G White Prescription Druggist Rich man are to he the ushers Mr T E mond Ky 500 added by Louis ditional to start 31- and Gus Strati- - leading clothiers aud H Urmston will give the bride away Donelson uses the best material that fine tailors of Lexington Kyof which Mr John W Crooke Jr will act as 100 to second weights to appear best man The couple will drive im- Â¬ the market a fiords and the best work- Â¬ two days prior to the race One mile mediately to Lexington and go thence men He puts up none but the best to Washington Philadelphia and New work Buggies carriages etc made Twenty one nomjnntions apr4 tf to order Call on him York DISTILLERS STAKES 50 entrance half For all ages forfeit with 700 added by tlie distillers 300 to the of Western Kentucky TliObo not 100 to the tecoud first haviug won 0000 iu any one year allowed 5 lls niiidens allowed if 3 years old 7 lbs if 4 and upward 14 lbs Allowances not accumulative One mile and a quarter Fifteen nom- Â¬ inations Boonesborouoh Ky Dec 24 1888 This is to certify that I suffered with my kidneys and back from the year 1675 to 18S0 and was often confined t my bed when in the year of 1880 I called on Dr T B Smith who told me to use four iKittles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and if It didnt cure me he Large Line 51 Wraps OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OIR CHEAP TABLE Plushes lew IIST mm MiK ES If AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS C3-- Et E3 JS 3 V L Et I iT WE ALSO HAVE AX IMMENSE STOCK Ol Â¬ The land barometer area which paew ed ov r the State on the 9th was ac PIED- Mny Garner Turner son of B W and Ruth Turner died in Richmond Ky on Tuesday night Feb- Â¬ ruary 19th 1889 The burial oocured ou Thursday iu Richmoud cemetery four-year-o- ld Â¬ Louisville ByUlover Tobacco Market Tobacco W-A-i-ii- Li Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ companied by violent winds which did considerable damage at South Fork and Shelbyville The maximum ve- Â¬ locity reported were 50 miles au hour at Lexington and 40 mile t at Louis- Â¬ ville The following miscellaneous phe nomena were observed during the mouth At Falmouth faleet on the 2011 at Frankfort lunar noloo on the 7th and 14th at Madison ville lunar noloo ou the 18th and 22ud and solar halos on the 19th aud 22ud at Richmond luuar halo on 16th The percentage of verefication of weather signals received from Wash Â¬ ington and distributed to 28 poiuta in the State was for weather 81 per cent and for temperature 83 per cent Cold wave siguals were ordered on tlie Stlil 13th 10th and 26th Of these those of the Sth 20th aud 26th were testified Makk BtlltKE Dr E A Grant Director Â¬ Â¬ Durrclt Louisville Ware Ilonse I-- Â¬ H Cobb died in Livingston county Illinois on Thursday Febntary Minor 14th 18S9 NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ Â¬ Abo Smith of Boyle county sold two jacks for 1000 of nrgaulc disease of tlie heart aged 19 years Deceased was a sou of Jesse T Cobb formerly of Mad Â¬ has ison county and a nepb6w of Mrs S Parrish of Richmoud TUE C0UKIEK J0URXAL Ferguson has been elected President of the Paris Fair W Dr Robert Thompson died in Wood Â¬ ford county aged 86 years J Â¬ Â¬ SPEEDWELL ORGANIZED AND WANTS 15 It It THE It N I Editer Tie Climax An article inTiiECiiMAXnot long ago D called attention to the aluable minerals and other things on the line of It R R tlte survey of tlte R NI by via Speedwell nl a V Â¬ Â¬ At the Tariff reform League Oonvoution the followinc resolu- Â¬ tions were adopted We hold that it is the natural right of every man to freely exchange his labor or the product of his labor to the Â¬ best advantage We declare ourselves unalterably opposed to the eo called protective system and demand the prompt abrogation of all protective features from the tariff NATURAL GAS IX L00ISVILLE Kentuckys metropolis we dont mean Winchester has taken a long step in the progressive direction she is to have natural gas piped from Meade county A party of Louisville capitalists went to Brandenburg last week ami perfected araugements It is the intention of the Union Pipe Line Company to expend not less than 40000 before August 1 and to complete the main through to Louisville as rapidly as possible The pipe line will cost about 600 000 They state the main will be small at the extreme end of the territory but as it passes through it coming this way it will be increased in size so that the pipe will be of sufficient dimensions when they leave the gas territory to bring all the product of the wells now bored and to be bored lo this city It is thought that enough wells will have been sunk by July to yield a flow of 60000 000 cubic per day Â¬ Â¬ of the directors ot Ilk K x It K to the adv ntages ot thi e Latet came another from II A week ago word came to alt interested in the devel- Â¬ Â¬ opment of the resources along this line to be at Little Rock Friday 22nd inst A large crowd of deeply interested citizens of Estill and Madison grew impatient as the sunny hours stole away but by high noon a number of prominent citizens ol RichÂ¬ mond had arrived and Hon W B Smith stepped upon the platform and briefly stated the object of the meeting He said he spoke authoritatively when lie said the contract for the completion of the N R Â¬ B R R to Richmond by September I Â¬ next had been let and that by the terms of the Madison county subscription that meant the completion of the road bed to the Estill county line by the same time Waco is offering every inducement she can to secure the road She needs one and I wish she had one I dont want to beat Waco out of anything I hope she will get this road if we dont But we need the road for the development of the resources of the country along this line But we must act offer inducements in the for our readers this week Mr Pige located on lfitli street in the right of way proof of mineral and other This could best be accom- Â¬ year 1681 Laving in connection with resources W M Marterd built a house and open- Â¬ plished by organizing and making exhib- Â¬ He then read an obligation as to ed a grocery on the southeast corner of its 18th aud Tracy Tiie house has since right of way which a number of persons teen removed aud the ground is va- Â¬ promptly signed He also read a form of cant now being k part of the Lock lease in the name of II B Dillingham and others and several thousand acres ridge estate At that time the street was only a were teased in a very short time The He stood in country load aud the neighbors lived people were enthusiastic far aimrt There as only one houe sight ot the gas well where D said the in Dundee Place Addition and stood horses tails were singed off many j cars near what is now Utli and Trooat and ago The gentleman who owns the land promptly leased it-- Another citizen ex- Â¬ was known an the Evans homestead The very ground being occupied now hibited a very rich specimen of lead ore by the house of Mr James Lillis who which came from a point almost in sight of the speaker and immediately on this resides there He stood also in sight of the Wbipples first addition which ex Â¬ survey tends from O K creek to 16th and mountains of lithograph stone and was Virginia to Flora um laid oft ami 8 assured of the finest quality free from Citizens also or 10 I wen lintl bren built Umii it the iron below the limestone year previous to Mr Piggn coming assured him of the existence of vast quanand the eiile living in lliee houses tities of white and yellow sand potters ulnoli werenn 17lh Mrt el and Ljilla clay yellow ochre coal and chalk Be Â¬ avenu were abmi the only Iical trade sides the purest of limestone which all he had and lor the rent be had to de Â¬ burns into lime as white as snow there reaches from near Speedwell to Crooked pend npon the country trade At this lime there were only four Creek the very finest fire rock of any other stores on the street two east of thickness and it can be easily quarried 50 This material blm aud two west one located at the to 73 feet long if desired is right on the survey made a few years comer of 18th and Vine aud one at IStb and Highland run by Anthony ago and right at hand for the construction Fintcn and the More of H T Hovel of piers and culverts Altogether the meeting seemed to more man at 18th and Charlotte and one on than confirm the statements made by D the 16th and Oak owned by Duchard I and H and another meeting was ap Wolfe A short time after Mr Pigg located pointed for Friday March 1st at same EPB the building on the southwest corner of place 16th aud Traoy whloh is occupied ut pretest by the grocery store of L W Two great enemies Hoods Sarsapa Wilheiro was fitted up and occupied by rilla and impure blood The latter is W01 Abell as a drug store utterly defeated by the j te tliar ttifli Messrs Pigg Mwrters had pretty ciue It Â¬ s t 1 t t- - ntkm Â¬ Â¬ that brought 86074 guincno an average of 161 J guineas or S77265 per head This average is not much great- Â¬ er than in America Live Stock JRe 1SS3 FOR JAILER JOHN PWAUER3 Is a oh ml date for Jailer ot MiultMiit county Mtbjeet to the actum - f the Democratic parly It is the paper for the Farmer the JAMES C LACKEY Is a enmlWste for Jailer ot Madison eotity suiifeet to tbe ac Â¬ MR JOHN E GREENI tion of the Democratic party The Doctors of Nicholasville have Merchant aud the Family Circle Pop- Â¬ bought Ht lh interest of Mr V ular and cheap It advocates a reform BIGGERSTAFF Is a candidate Ballard in the laltt firm nf B SAMUEL fixed a scule of prices and tlie people llw for Jailer of Madison emiuty Mtbjeet to S-of the present high tariff nnd wages Baiter and tlie umiersignt are dissatisfied action of tlte Democratic party vigorous war ou all subsidies and mo Â¬ tinue the THOJf AS S FERRElT t a candidate tor Clifloii R Anderson of Dinville and nopolies It is emphatically the peo Â¬ LIVE STOCK MARKET R3P0BT Jailer of Madison etranty subject to the no Â¬ tion of the Democratic parly Miss HollInshiHid of Cincinnati were ples paper and its immense circulaBy GREKNE BMUItY JOHN II I LI Is a camlMeate for Jailor of LI Stock Commission Merclinntd nt Cloclu married last week tion throughout the United States Median county subject lo lite actlouof the nail Unlou Block Ynnls and Covington Democratic parly Stock Yards Mr W M Hughes ol Danville and attests its power as the organ of the AND AJBR0ADDD31sa candidate for Jailer Miss Katie Woods of Garrard were people of Madison county subject to the aetlon of Cincinnati Ohio Feb 25 1SS9 M- COURIER-JOURNAmarried last week the Democratic party THE WEEKLY SHIPPING CATTLE GEORUB V MAUP1K K a eandklrte for Is the largest nnd best Democrat- Â¬ Many Voters are agitating Hie of Madison comity subject to 31-the Good to Extra 4 00 g 4 25 Jailer of the Democratic party action through the ic newsnaper issued It is au eight Fair to Good ques Ion of free turnpikes 4 00 3 So pace paper of elcht columns to tlie Common and Rough columns of the Lancaster News 3 40 3 00 FOR ASSESSOR At the same place Tbey will kce ii page and lis nlxti four columns each Good to Extra Oxen 3 coA 71 A J WILLOUGUBY in a candidate Tor sale the latest and uaiidsome t s t es f Mrs Elizabeth Pimmit in Per week art- - filled with live and interest Â¬ Fair to Good Oxen 3 00 3 25 sor of Madison county subject to the 2 75 action of the Democratic party 2 25 ryviliH geil 60 year She as funn Â¬ ing matter It it newsy bright and Common and Rough Â¬ BUTCHER CATTLE el ly the wife of Rv William Breckina candidate for Assessor WJ HARVEY Is tubjt ct to the action of cleiii and lead the American news Â¬ ridge of Louisville 3 60 3 85 of Madison county K- papers of the day The regular fciib Good toto Extra the Democratic party Fair Good 3 40 3 60 scriptton price li 1 per year and to Extra Fat Steers The Assessors report shows 1500 C It TUDOR a candidate for Assessor of 3 25 3 40 Madison county Is subject to me action or lae 2 Sj fewer sheep and 1650 more cattle and clubs of eight yearly subscribers at one Fair to Good Steers 3 00 Democratic party U-3 oo 3 25 600 more horses than the year before time wlih eight dollars an extra copy Good to Extra Cows Assesbor JOEIT EMBRY isa candidate foraction of Fair to 2 75 2 50 in sent on year toth address of the CommonGood Cows of Madlvin enmity subject 10 the iu Bourbon county H- Cows 1 50 O 2 00 the Democratic party club raiser or to any other address Rough Cows and Oxen 1 25 t 00 CONWAY DOZIEIt Is a candidate fer E Madden of Lexington has desired In other words nine copies Assessor nt Madison county subject to the BULLS sold the horse Bosque Bo one year for eight dollars Jaction 01 tne uemoorauc party The Best Shipping 2 75 2 75 nita by Maceye Hambletoulan to Is the one great Bet Bologna 2 25 2 50 Courier FOR COOKTV SUPERINTENDENT a Cuban for 10000 Fair Bologna 2 25 2 40 newspaper West of the Aliexbenies J B HARRIS la n candidate for Connty 1 oo Fair to Good Feeders 2 00 Superintendent of Public School subject to And everything else in their I ie and South of the Potomac aud the Common and Thin 1 o-1 25 Dr F C Fowler Moodus Conn 75 me action 01 me ueniocruie party Their prices will be a LOW a tla Ohio which lias had the courage the paid 10500 spot cash for his recent FEEDERS AND STOCKERS A T MILLION la a candidate for re- Â¬ LOWES1 MRS CONCERNING purchase the noted chust independence and the ability to stand Good Extra Steers J 3 Co 3 75 election to the office of I mnty SHDerliitend They will akH attend all calls In iLe eut of Public Schools subject to the action -ot 2 Wilkps and resist the flood tide of monopoly Fair to Good Steers 3 3 y the Democratic party 35Undertakers Hue with a There was 588 colls and Allies foals nut trotting stallion Hinder sweeping over the land and to make Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 2 75 and yearlings only sold in England 86S5 record 2201 by Red Wilkes dam an upright and disinterested defense Common and Thin Stockers 2 oo 22 by Almont second from January 3d to November 12th Lady Almont COWS AND CALVES of the tolling tax paying masses of Â¬ A colored woman was burned death at Winchester by her clothing catching fire Tho Representative Paper of the Sontli- West Largest Circulation of Any Democratic Newspaper in to America Â¬ Sales on our market for the past week jut closed amount to 2335 hhd with receipts for the same period 1557 hhds Sales ou our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 19547 hhds Sales of ihe crop of 1SSS to date amount to 17854 hluR Our market lias been very firm and active during the week on tlie good to fine grades of NewBurley hut the com Â¬ mon grades have been somewhat ir- Â¬ regular with a tendency to lower piices The recent weather conditions have not been favorable to the hand Â¬ ling the crop The following quotations fairly rep resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark and damaged tobacco 2 50 to S400 Colory Trash S4 50 to650 Common Lugs not colory 350 to S550 Colory Lugs S6 50 to SS50 Commou Leaf Sfi00 to S 00 Medium to good leaf SS50 to S1400 Select or wrappery leaf 1400 to 1850 WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG Foi V CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN Igz-New- fapkr 1 I Goods Put on the Counter Daily apll8 tf Kespectfully Cor Main and Second Sts Kichrao Kv NEW Fllill 1 S- 4- Â¬ 4- FURMITTJBE MertaltiiBiisiiss -- dil Ae 3- 1 BED KOOM SETS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Parlor Sets J Wardrobes - Journal Bedsteads Chairs Â¬ FARMERS cord Â¬ J P Foster slaughtered four of his pure Berkshire hogs last week weighing respectively 510 400 450 and 430 one of this lot gained 150 pounds in 50 dajs These hogs were sold to parties in the county and brought the neat sum of near 100 This shows what advantage is gained by having the best of stock Hartford Ky Herald Â¬ it Â¬ At thefaleof Segal Vaughn February 6th horses sold at from 90 to 180 mules 2 year old in the Spring 133 to 1C4 per pulr milch cows 30 to 48 heifers 15 to 519 short yearliug steers 2 per barrel 2050 per head corn oats 12 per stack hemp seed S175 to 5190 per bushel one Petosky filly Z kota in Harpers Magazine for Feb- Â¬ years old 141 one Forest Clay filly ruary there is reason to believe that 127 2 years old Georgetown Times hereafter the United States will obtain its supply of tin from the Black Hills J C Sibley has purchased of Gov Dakota The deposits of tinstone there Stanford the brown colt Electric Bell yield a larger percentage than ore foaled 1SSS by Electioneer datn Beau- from the mines of Saxony or Cornwall tiful BellH by The Moor He is full and now that jigging a simple aud d brother to llimla Rose Inexpensive process of separating the re-Â¬ St Bell record 219 tin from the enci mpasslng rock has cord 224 and other faiit petfnrmen been devised the proper working of Mr Sibley mid SI 2500 for Electric thete mines will not he prevented 03 Bell which is the highest price ever formerly by the insurmountable barpaid for a weanling in this or any other rier of a lack of money to erect the old county Farmers Home Journal style of separating planli Messrs GofT Prewluwhotooka let Persons wishing to Improve their of Shorthnrns to California some time memories or strengthen their 1 vow it of ago dhl not sell them They propos should semi to Prof Loisette ed to bell them at auotiou but a combi Â¬ attention 237 Fifth Avenue N Y for his Pros Â¬ nation had been formed by buyers and pectus Post free rt3 adyerti ed In an Â¬ be- Â¬ breeders to get them at prices far 37 40 low their value and rather than sacri- Â¬ other Column Mi Eggs and chickens ate too valuable Messrs Golf and fice their stoek Prewitt determined to send them back to bo allowed tn go to wiikIo when TUey wereaccorditigly bent to Sacra Â¬ Haulers Chicken Cholera Cure Is bold mento aud put ou grass Winchester and warranted by Stockton J Willis Democrat S wins Specific will cure Ulieuma A n CoTtn and V Henry Willie- - 1 n Mam or money refunded PcJpfiV at t It V 1I10 vih Bi Wtiit V Drue St ire beColld ftreel 6- A its t k kv uiuuihs auo with Vermuul near Uaruett House Â¬ three-year-olfour-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ HI - the dam Coriune by Matnbrinn Chief people Fighting all dishonesty the third dam by Edwin Forrest He Is is as h sentinel ou the faslest trotting stalliou by the rec- Courier Journal Hie watch tower sleepless aud vigi- Â¬ ord got by Red Wilkes lant Three trotting sires now stand at or the Weekly SSTSubscribe 500 They are Nutwood Dictator and Courier Journal and learn the Bell Boy Baron Wilkes commands truth and join in the Peoples Battle of 350 The fee for Red Wilkes Patron resistance Onward Kentucky Prince Harold Daily except Sunday one year 10 Belmont Victor Von Bismarck and Daily except Sunday one month 1 6L Bell each is 800 As ho book of Sunday one year 2 these sires fill readily each season and Sample copy and premium supple represent an income of 15000 to 30 ment sent free to any address A 000 It is not to be wondered that their variety of useful and attractive prem owners value them at from 10000 to iums is ottered by the Weekly Cou Â¬ 100000 rier Journal Agents canvassiug The United States according to the outfit also provided Ireo of charge latest statistics imported during the No traveling agents are employed by calendar year 1SS7 283836 gross tons Ihe Courier Journal but a good local of tin plates From stutemeuts of Mr agent Is wanted iu every community PF McUlnre in his article on Da- Â¬ to whom a liberal cash commission Â¬ Â¬ Best Grades f 40 Fair to Good 30 Common 15 Best Veal Calves 5 Fair to Good 3 Common and Heavy 2 HOGS Select Butchers f4 Fair to Good Packers 4 Good to Extra Lights 4 Light Pigs 4 SPRING LAMBS Extra 6 Common to Good 4 00 3500 00825 00 Having re pureliael Uib farm 00 5 50 moved from ou Muddy Creek I will 50 4 50 remove there about Hip flrttt nf March 00 3 00 1880 I desire to sell the farm where I now live two miles oorlii of Rich- Â¬ 60 4 65 mond Ky on the Otter Creek turn- Â¬ 40 4 55 pike This Itirm contains fifty sores all 60 except ten acres lays well is 4 65 in 50 4 60 well adapted to any kind of crop well oo oo45 50AereFarmfBrSale HANDSOME HEAESB They solicit 30- - yor patronage I A C BUCHANAN JOHN E GREENI ffijaft LIcfet Patent rF Pri j I r tras Br8 AS TRASSFL W watered has upon it oo oo 6 25 4 25 A Good Brick Dwelling Rf - Si roas and Be Sure It yon haro mado up your mind to boy Hoods SarsaparlUa do not be induced to take any other Hoods Sarsapirilla Is a peculiar medicine possessing by virtue ot Us peculiar combination proportion and preparation curatlTe power superior to any other article A Boston lady wbo knew what she wanted and whose example Is wortby Imitation tells her experience below Is allowed Addresa W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky year 225 Daily aud Climax 1 year 1125 Sunday Courier Jourual aud Climax 1 year 325 36- Journal The Clisiax aud the Weekly 1 Courier-Courier-- To Get In one store where I went to buy Hoods 8arsaparllla the clerk tried to Induce mo buy their ownlnsteadot Hoods lietoldmethelrS would last longer that I might take It on ten days trial that If I did not like It I need not pay anything etc But he could not prevail on me to change I told him I knew what Hoods SarsaparlUa was I had taken It was satisfied with It and did not want any other Journal T ft -W tlui amIt lfrran r Mtata rui imAiI in iin good ne containinc eleven rooms SOU bo Matter how stuky w rea house barn heuhousecarriuge house ease It tkw possesses ngBS OTr aB other diggers in th- - two good cellars splendid cistern good di- eiUMkt WMhttaBoncan It iscx eeiur spring convenient fine garden well to hotel pec day nU car UghMtTrrtroBglrmale fenced extra good orchard of two acres ranted Price 4 well tenced fine apples pears peaches plums prunex grapes cherries c G PETERSEN a CO nice yard well fenced Lind all en MOIJNB closed with new plank fence good neighborhood good nehthbors Other 29 2 land adjoining thai has no improvements can be bought at reasonable mil ma8ieS5C0rri proBI f If not sold prices and on easy terms ALBLJ- before I will oiler the above fifty acres to the highest bidder ou tlie premises rrw utiu iliimi rBiiTouRirn March Soil 1889 at 11 oclock u m jton cusev hoktiac 3 isp Will take pleasure In showing above tn described laud to any one desiring to or JneA Morv o Jh - t tk abore tad fU KK fi njfj look at it HIR A M J ETT SET YLKS or M Richmond Ky Formliee A Mc3Ihliffca Feb 11 S9 Cincinnati Ohio su BBS US 33 37 -t- Hi Â¬ litsid i i- HAPPINESSAXD C0XTENTMEXT PAEM for SALE 4bn8 R 11 Sri SfflfflJS frni an r ii 7 J3 S1FE17 LA T a- i i Cannot go hand iu hand if we look ou Ihe dark side of evtry little obstacle Nothing will so darken Hfo and make it a burden ns Dyspepsia Ackers Dyspepsia Tableta will cure the worst form of Dyspepsia Constipation and Indigestion and make life a happiness and pleasure Sold at 25 and 60 cents by W U White Prescription Drug Klst paiVATEisr ltM -- ixt lit th i La n tlirt Sv 3 t - HoocPs taking Hoods Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable suffering a great deal with dyspepsia and so weak that at times I could hardly stand Hooked and had for some- time like a person in eon sumption Hoods SarsaparlUa dhl me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes Mes and my friends frequently speak of It TftTA A Gora Cl Terrace Street Boston When I I began 104 jloes I offer for sale privately an excellent farm of kiiim iotr o4 23 3S -li FOfiSHEEHcHAKINOic rot illiMtrstJ iiol a good rule to accept only such medicines as are known to bo worthy of confidence It has been the exper ience of thousand that Ayers Cherry Pectoral U Ihe best medicine over used for throat and lui g diwase It is It with dwelling house ou it known as the Old Town Farm 4 mites from Richmond nnd reached by the Rich Â¬ mond nnd Lancaster turnpike The Those desiring farm Is ut 11 watered ptetve cull on or ad Â¬ to purchase will dress Joe Bush at Richmond 32- Mns B TAYLOR gSBBrf e3S JBimr JHPJ -- a innca wv 1ST w will - IW KiatiMinl JTjffiIKJIM MlfB3 m Tr Si Cl - I IIW III I I IhBHHLMlJiLMhiBa II Sold bj all draggUU gl iliforS Prepared onlj sluts dj C t HOOD CO Apotaeearlei Sarsaparilla w h kbliey lUllfil f AlltritCtOr 11111 jt brt B hiCfcSV j oat omi - Yowell bought of Ed Carter F i 10 cotton mules at 12 5 M 10O 29 23 Iwn Doses One Dollar j Is prepare J with an experienced set of haruh to o all kinds of Ihhkc building and repairing Give him a call mar tf nWKii no Ire tte Jfc CO r -- cbmMm Xtl ZI b i du M At5 a5 THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY ay 18S9 Cottage for rent Speed well has organised a manufactur ing company tion elsewhere hi Ink issue i See ad Â¬ Mr E E McCaiM iavkes yeur atten Mr T S ftMTHm mm purchased a lot and will feuiW thereon a residence in W T Griggs at EMfekm adertkes for tliree hundred thouand dozen eggs As we go to press an electric Hght meet ing i in pragreK at the Garoett House Â¬ The street sprinkler should have done a good business Monday bat slight rain fell that night v i Orders left at Cerington Arnold President and J Will Sayre Bros lor Bald wins coal yard wlH receive Treasurer Among the Directors are prompt attention found Judge Harry Buford Dr Scott The ground hog has been getting in his Stanley MHward A R Hodges and T D Murray These names clearly indi work the past week Sunday was one of cate an organization worthy of patron Â¬ the coldest days of the winter age The managers sav thnv wruu i B F Van Meter a prominent farmer glad to see a good delegation from Rich- of Clark county made an assignment on tlWrU Monday Liabilities 20000 Confederate Relief Association Col O H ChenanKhas lost one mule At Lexington on Monday of last week b death and six ethers are sick Wheth Â¬ the Confederate Veterans of that city and er they were poisoned or not is the ques county met at the Phomix Hotel for the purpose of perfecting a county organiza Â¬ tion tion under lite title of the Confederate The yonng men gave an impreptn hop Relief Association of Fayette county at Tcvk Halt on Friday night the 2Jnd S G Sharp was chosen Chairman and Treats orchestra made the U havtoo k Harrison Secretary An executhc committee was appointed consisting of Mr W O Sweeney of Lancaster was two members of each ward and precinct here Fridar He had been to Ford to of the city and county with directions to buy a lot el lumber for a lumber yard at perfect the organization by the election of permanent officers and the adoption of his place constitution and rules of gocrnment Speedwell and vicinity organized on Tlve meeting also considered the quef tion lasi Fridar and says in substance Give of forming a State Association and to B or give us death us the R N I that end the committee was directed to See report in another column call a meeting in this city in April or May We have seen three life size portraits of at which time Gov Gordon of Georgia Gov Buckncr Senator Blackburn Col Mr McRoberts wife and daughter of Stanford executed in crayon by Mr Mal- Â¬ Breckinridge and a number of other emi Â¬ nent ex Confederates are expected to be colm Lackey They are decidedly life Â¬ present like Â¬ Â¬ Since tio rest or cm iiU hud llirlr say Filled up to tic brlra with eoiiU maxims Became you ore coins hvhv Take the advice they give ktudly TistlieliearUeKiuonlllons of rrlcndt the shoulders and But dont follow all of It blindly Better loolt out to see where It puds had a waist 77 inches in girth After his Be cautious be candid be careful death when his wig which he always Be sober be modest be good wore was removed it was discovered that Be patient bo pious be prayerful he had kinky hair and consequently Of the vlrtae jatt be Hie whole brood of ne gro origin Now this flrht rate In the books Rube But ir your brains are ns heavy as oorlt Masquerade llall You cau ee this cargo o for heaven But devllsh poor stock In New York The Climax is in receipt of an invitation to attend a carnival for the benefit of Doiit He Ilube unless you lie smoothly Only cheat when theres something to make the Lexington Athletic Club at the Opera Do not take the advice thatl givo Rube House in that city to morrow night The But I know s art take Athletic Club appears to be a permanent When you tei it the vice you will saw tered awhllcon the seo Of trade with the sharpen 1 goess institution of considerable merit as Col John R Allen is President James W You will nnd hut one sensible maxim Theres Dothlng succeeds like success Carroll Vice Â¬ A Giant Dead Many persons will recall the gigantic figure of CoL Goshen who was in the tide show of Robinsons circus here rears ago Col Routt Goshen the two noted gfunt died last week in New York hght was 7 ftct 8 inches weight His SSS pounds was jS inches thorough the chest s feet 6 inches across ZEKIKLS ADVICE TO ItElCEX TO XliVY YOttK Conic Mil OX GOING j our old uncle good bye Hube Madison County People Who Read We leoill the time when we began our newspaper career that the people of Richmond and Madison county who read the best periodicals or even periodicals at all But such is now were exceedingly few not the case Year by year the number who subscribe for magazines and other Then only a few periodicals increases professional gentlemen and wealthy per Â¬ sons indulged in the luxury of literature Now we find that all classes are becoming Only the other day the keeper patrons of a toll gate subscribed for the North American Review The keeper of a dairy took the Century Scribner and the Amer- Â¬ ican while a man who breaks rock on a tupnpike at a small price jper day reads Â¬ THIN COLUMN The man who siole a plow from P M Pope Sunday night is requested to call and get the extra point that goes with it It matters little whether or not Walton of the Inside Journal recovers from that broken leg or not for we have decided to kill him for personal reasons Two men had a fight and one bit a piece out of the cheek of the other When rn officer went with a peace warrant the wounded man objected to the other man keeping the piece The papers editors-in-chie- We Have Again Added to Our Usual Large Stock an f of the Winchester had CM Laustmanjc From The South will read our article elsewhere Col Roy C White and MrW S Dunin this issue headed Marked Increase in can has returned from Columbus Geor Literature you will learn something of where they sold a lot of mules recent- Â¬ importance about the people of Madison cia ly taken there They received a fair price county and while they lost nothing they did not hi If you Â¬ -- tUl II Si - make any money worth mentioning They report the mule market as dull hav Â¬ ing been so all winter with no prospect of any material improvement Tliey say that Mr J E Smenncr formerly drug clerk for Dr J P Herndonthis All persons desiring to employ book place has been in Columbus ever since he keepers clerks or other agents will please left Richmond is married and has a posi Â¬ communicate the same to Sam Rice tion with the Enquirer Sun a morning Chairman Committee on Employment of daily of that city His wife was Miss the Commercial Club Minnie Smith The Bussey defalcation of 16000 At a meeting of the board of directors of the Chautawawa Assembly Tuesday which was developed while these gentle- Â¬ of last week Prof W D McClintock men were there created a big stir but t was elected Superintendent and Col R the father of the unfortunate cashier made E Edmonson Secretary- - and Business good the deficit and the bank continued interruption confidence Manager The Assembly cleared ooo without any was soon restored and no serious trouble last year More than a hundred tons of anthra Â¬ cite coal have been sold in Richmond Three years ago an- Â¬ since January let thracite could be gotten in Richmond only on special order Â¬ The large number of persons who have called at the Madison National Bank within the past two weeks and examined the specimens of ocre - copper clays sands and other stones from Waco are unanimous in the opinion that there is mre mineral wealth in Madison county than they believe to exitt Heals the Reretd resulted Col White reached ltome in time to be welcomed on the 22nd by a beautiful Â¬ daughter whom he named Martha Wash ington Told Yon So Mr TiC McKhtney of this county has a ewe that gave birth to a weH developed lamb four weeks ago and last week had One of the twins has died but twin the other one and the first born are alive and well March 5th Commenting on the BredeHi concert The Climax expressed itself in favor of a repetition the following week re Â¬ peating the wish Madame BredelK now Dredelli announces that another entertainment will occur next Tuesday evening Let everybody attend si Feund Party Good Templars Lodge will have The a pound party at the lodge room on Main street at 730 oclock to morrow evening Everybody invited to be present and contribute a pound of some useful article More than a pound will be equal Â¬ ly acceptable but less than a pound will scarcely pass Let no one faH to send a pound if it is inconvenient lor the indi- Â¬ vidual to be present in person Oar New Office The Climax has removed its editorial room into an adjoining room to its old stand and has fitted up quarters even nicer than the old office It does not ask odds of any office in Kentucky and all you have to do to be covinced of this fact is to call and see for yourself The entrance from the street is by the same door as heretofore but the door to the ed- Â¬ itorial room is one bet ond the old one next to the printing room For Assessor Mr Conway Dower is announced in to days Climax as a candidate for As Â¬ sessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Dozier is a weH known young man belongs to one of the oldest families in tie county and a family that has always i oted the straight Democratic ticket He will be around to see you soon and will talk the matter over with you If elected he promises to make a good officer Xot Dead Some month ago The Climax announced that the suit of the C R Mason Manufacturing Company against the Jel lico Mountain Coal Company for Si3ooo had been decided against the plainlifls in a Louisville court We further stated that the case would be appealed and that the judgment of the Louisville court would be knocked into pi And so it has The court of sppcals reverses the decision of the loner court and gnes to our old friends well known here in connection with the K C extension their rightful The Coal Company sub let 13000 from the lessees of the penitentiary a number of convicts to work in the mines and when the Coal Company had worked the convicts to the amount of 13000 they were returned with a refusal to pay The lower court lieW that the law allow Â¬ ing convicts to be worked outside of the penitentiary was not good and that the Coal Company therefore could not be compelled to pay for the services of the convicts The higher court thinks differ- Â¬ ently and Justly so When C E Hoge and II P Mason get left in a convict scheme the weather will have to be made up at the north pole Â¬ different names Many copies go outside of the county so the number of separate and distinct subscribers in the county would drop down into the vicinity of 1500 As five people are supposed to constibuilding tute an average family it is seen that not rROGRAMHE more than seven thousand five hundred Music Prayer Music Oration Jas people in the county embracing big little W Tyler Ky Philalethean Union Sub- Â¬ old and young black and white are ject Battles Old and New reached by the county papers As there Music Oration John Van Lear La are more than 35000 people in the county Epiphyllidian Union Subject Know it remains to be seen that at least the dis Thytelf tressingly large number of 17500 people Music Oration A P Gregory Va in Madisoncounty do not read the county Philalethean Union Subject No Ex- Â¬ papers or any other papers and we cellence Without Great Labor might add or anything else We shall 11 Music Oration Chas Dobbs not say how many more ought to be added Texas Epiphyllidian Union Subject to this number Thus it may be obferved The New South that there is a vast field for improvement Music Oration J R Cooke Va But the readers are increasing in numbers Philalethean Union Subject Voices of and as the county improves in roads and the Past otherwise new post offices will be estab- Â¬ Music Oration B F Bedinger Ky lished and other facilities added for the Epiphyllidian Union Subject The distribution of newspapers and the papers Downfall of Grenada Bene Â¬ Music will never grow less anxious to extend in diction circulation so the good time will yet come Marshals Philalethean R E Doug- Â¬ when a really reading people will be the las D Clay Lilly Huston R Taylor result A Van Lear S A Epiphlltdian T We do not mean to convey the idea that Curtis Harding the people of Madison county are less intelligent or read less than those of other Progress of The Commercial Club counties in Kentucky or in the counties of Last issue we announced that the Com- Â¬ other States east of the Mississippi As mercial Club was billed for organization a rule the people live in communities in the night before and that the indications which they were born and reared and pointed to a successful beginning they do not feel the necessity for reading A good number of Richmonds most that is felt by the people of the Western enterprising citizens assembled in the and therefore newer country Kentucky Court house and were not slow in organ- Â¬ has less than two hundred newspapers izing with fifty members with officers of while Kansas has more than eight hun- Â¬ the best material to wit President Hon dred J Speed Smith First Vice President J Stone Walker of the Second National PERSONAL CD Vice President Bank second Mr R M Dndley Jr is at Cornell Chenault of the Madison National Bank Miss Jessica Campbell is in Louisville W Crooke Jr of the Treasurer John First National Bank Secretary M G Y Miss Alcorn of Stanford attended the Forman of the Bonanza Roller Mills 22nd celebration The meeting was conducted with enthusi- Â¬ Mrs C B Sale is visiting her parent asm and a mere glance was sufficient to convince an observer that the Club was at Bessemer Alabama Â¬ The 22nd Anniversary The literary societies of Central Uni versity held their annual meeting in the chapel on Friday night The house was well filled and Saxton Trosts Orches- Â¬ tra was present to enliven the occasion The speakers having been preceded by the chairman entered the chapel escort- Â¬ ed by the marshals and seated on the rostrum Mr McFerran Crow presided and Rev Dr Hamilton opened the exerÂ¬ cises with prayer The speakers were duly applauded and received an unusu- Â¬ ally large amount of flowers the time of year considered Theyoung men sustained the reputation of the college in the line of oratory The program is given below Dr Barbour pronounced the benediction After the exercises the societies received in their respective rooms in the college Â¬ Littells Liing Age The London Quar Â¬ terly and other similar works We re- Â¬ call others which wc might mention in evidence of our statement This advance in the appreciation of good reading is en- Â¬ couraging in many ways not necessary here to mention But we do not mean to say that all the people in Madison county arc readers of even their county papers It would be astonishing if w e were to tell you how many people there are in the county who do not read either of the home papers or any other paper or an thing else There arc however probably twice as many readers of new spapers now as there were We shall add that fifteen years ago neither of the home papers claims more than 1 500 circulation and it is safe to calculate that a great many people read both papers so we can say that the lists of the two papers embrace less than 2000 Â¬ been waylaying each other with dynamite bombs have made friends shaken hands and taken a drink That was what brought on the thunderstorm who the other night Col E Polk Johnson of the Frankfort Capital offers 1000 reward for any paper in Kentucky that hasnot mention- Â¬ ed the ground hog the goose bone Jack to wMcIi we invite the inspection of everybdoy Come and give us a call we will save you money and show you the -- the Ripper and Harrisons Cabinet The reward is safely offered as the Capital is the only paper entitled to it NEWEST AND BEST STYLES AND AALUES We have also an entire NEW LIME of XACE CURTAINS FLUSHES and PONGEE BE APERIES for CURTAINS Come and see me EC J STIEIEILNra- Leader in Styles of Carpets and Curtains WE CAN AND DO Some Russellville parties who have the necessary machinery are considering the plan of starting an ice factory in Irvine All you will have to do is to haul your barrel of Water to the factory it will be made into ice in a few minutes the facto- Â¬ ry will take out a percentage for toll ami you take the remainder home Great scheme Estill Eagle The Danville Advocate has smiled for the second time in its life Some weeks ago it told of a lawyer so absent minded who went to his office and seeing a card which read gone to dinner sat down and waited a long time for himself to re-Â¬ turn Now it tells of a little girl who knows b from d because one wears a bustle before and the other behind If this hilarity on the part of the Advocate con- Â¬ tinues we shall fear that Prohibition at least the kind which Danville has does not prohibit Â¬ Some days ago a suit was carried up to the United States Court one party WJ Â¬ charging another with infringing on a patent for preventing rip and tear in the crotch and seat of drawers by means of re enforcing Ex Congressman John S Wise was attorney for the defendant and in the course of argument said It strikes me that a patent for a patch upon drawers designed to remedy the evils of rip and tear to which they are liable in the crotch ought never to have been granted interferring as it must necessar- Â¬ ily do with the prerogatives of the house- Â¬ wives of the civilized world to patch the drawers of their husbands fathers and sons freely in their own way with no patentee to molest or make them alraid It seems to me that this patent is the re ductoad absurdum of the patent system of the United States It is impossible that the patch can be novel as to the sim Â¬ ple mater of strengthening the seams and material of the drawers in the immediate region of the crotch for if drawers do continually give way there it would be a reflection upon the housewives of ciiliz ed society not to admit that for hundreds of years they have been patching garments and the forks thereof as the patent reads by lapping the seams and re enforcing the rents in that region As to the disorders of mens drawers in and near the crotch which have troubled housewives for cen turies I do not think any person in our day can employ a patch for the purpose Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it bus been fnlly demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations lor blood diseases It is a postlve cure for syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Ernst ions and Pimples It purilies llio whole system and thoroughly builds up the cotistitu tion Bold by W G White prescrip tion druggist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office nt Richmond Ky week ending February 2Uh 1SS0 Adams C L Rain C R Anderson Mrs L Turner ThoJ Balfew Francis Yclton il C Fawks si LETTERS Lou THE CABINET The Little Hardware Store OF M Glienaiilt Co Mis Our Baby Our baby when two months old was attacked with Scrofula which for a long time destroyed her eyesight entirely and caused us to defpair of her life The doctors failed to relieve her and we gave Swifts Specific which cured her entirely and she Ron have 20 well G J Whilo now hale and hearty E V Dbik mules for Wills Point Texas broke by Court day will salein If not lie town t old Scrofula developed on iny tlHiighter Those wauling Mich mules will do cl swelling and lumps on her neck to waif It We gavo her Swifts Specific and the result was wonderful and the cure HEADQUARTERS prompt S A DkAiuiaxd FOR Cleveland Tenu It GA M to 7 v Money order and registered letter Jp m is nut quite as large as seme others Lours prompt 7 a r to that ynu have een but he wishes to J B WILLIS pm say that his prices eorrespoHd with re- Â¬ the f ize of his house He has ceived A FULL LINE OF Pot Ofllce hours from 3M NEW FIRM S3 NEW GOODS Wc wish to aniKMiBee to the public that we have just opened in the house next door to the Garnett House on Second street a fresh stock of the best brands of Â¬ MUL1S MULES jst PLOWS MATTOCKS HOES Mules for Sale i- of every description and everything the fitrmer needs Pope is sole agent fur the celebrated Plow G ear STAPLE and FANCY BXSSEIaXa PIiOW for which he Keeps a full line of repairs Jsgltemeraber he makes his awn Tinware GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We The Minstrel Show The court house was crowded last Thurs Â¬ Covington MttcheH the well known merchant UHors and clothiers are not eead or even asleep as might be inferred from the absence of their big advertisement in The Climax They are merely catching their breath for a fresh hold and jou will hear from them shortly if not sooner Mr Cotington has returned from th- - cities whitlKrJhe went for an immense spring stock of everything pertaining to Uieir line This is both an extensive and re labe house ad you shoud bear this in Â¬ day night to hear Burton and Burnams New Era Minstrels a home organization ofvoung colored men that appeared for the first time More than half of those present were white people and among the best in town For variety the pro- Â¬ gram exceeded all expectation and was surpassed only by quality of execution everybody pronouncing the entertainment an entire success The harp duet would have done credit to Haverleys Minstrels and the timber man who stood flat footed oent backwards and with his teeth picked up a glove on the floor between his feet would bring down the house inany of the The jokes cities The dinclng was good were a mixture of new and old but render Â¬ ed in a professional like way There was an entire absence of ever thing objec tionable The singing which was com Â¬ duets and choruses was posed of solo roundly applauded there being a number of line voices The tambourine and bone mtn could get situations with Thatcher Primrose and West or with Barlow or any other good company The farces were well acted The high kicker was a daisy The financ 1 pait was alto a Â¬ success m Hand f 2777 10 combination sale of W T Wood The ard is in progress at Lexington and will During the six days close on Saturday sales last week 393 horses sold for J77 o This made a high average but the sale or BeH Boy for sijooo made the av Â¬ erage much larger tbanitothcrwise would laiebeen BeH Boy was purchased by J II Clark oi Efcnira New York The 7S aierages eacfcdajrwere as follows i 5362 Thft i 423 33vid7 r aroed average was Ar the day on which BeIBoy wasaeM W elsewhere last week Seeral hen a lor large price fa CanTorma the trotter Stamtxml fold Jo W S Robert of San Ijanckoo fer 5000 The Kentucky uorse Antic otd also in CaWornla to J Knox for 35000 Edgemark the Tripertyof Twmaa Brothers of North Middletown Kv sld to H S Russell c Boston for ie0O0 Edgemark is by Wtor Von Bismarck dam by Edge 393 Horses Sold For Wuler I1 Eleten Years In Office Captain John D Feeny has for eleven years been town marshal of Richmond This is a longer time than any one else has ever held the office In fact it i about as long a time as all his predecessors together held it We recall in the long ago Sam Myers who if vje remember cor Â¬ rectly was the first town marshal He was followed as near as we can recall by Billy Adair A J Mershon Ed Mc Conahi Wm Simmons Wm Craig H G Baxter II T Baxter Abner Oldham Gus Edwards and CK Oldham During Capt Feenys long years of service he was out for a few months at which time loha A Mershon filled the place Times have changed materially since the town first began to have a marshal In those old days evil doers were not used to having the law enforced and they made free to perpetrate infractions against and dignity of the common Â¬ the p wealth that would now be rather risky Gambler from a distance came in those for times and took rooms at the hotel time and indulged daily and weeks at a -nightly ia elaborate games of old sledge was no uncommon thing and the lite It atley for a grand performance of the boo the most public streets boo to ttccur on to and the town marshal who interfered entirely too smart stop it vas considered of the But fortunately such things are dead past Â¬ not organized for premature decay The Police Court room was secured for future meetings until permanent quarters can be obtained Among the speakers of the evening was Mr Ilinton Helper of the Baltimore Manufacturers Record who gave a glow- Â¬ ing account of the great work of the Louisville Commercial Club The Manufacturers Record is a journal of extensive circulation devoted exclusively to the development of the South and therefore Mr fielper was in a position to be to the Club what his name would indicate Mr W B Smith and others talked earnestly and effectively in favor of the Club Wednesday morning an adjourned meeting was held and still another on Saturday evening at the latter of which a constitution and by laws were adopted The meeting Saturday night in many ways exhibited an increased interest in the Club Among the evidences was the infonnation that the membership had reached eighty A number of members reported the re- Â¬ ception of communications from factories schools and other institutions desiring to locate in Richmond and the same were referred to the proper commit tee At the Saturday night meeting Uie fol- Â¬ lowing committees were appointed Finance Samuel Bennett C D Chen- Â¬ ault B C Potts N B Deatherrge D R Forman Building G H Myers J C Chenault G White C E Smith W B White Entertainment and Arrangement G W Willis E T Burnam W B Bright A W Smith F H Adair City Improvements T S Bronston L H Blanton W L Cruncher C S Powell G W Evans Employment Sam Rice G M Will ging F L Wardroper Lon Hay E B Wallace Public Press C E Woods French TiptonJ A Higgins Public Policy John E Greenleaf S D Parrish A R Burnam W B Smith Brooks Immigration II J Streng E W Wiggins L P Sanders F B Carr Manufacturing and Mercantile Inter- Â¬ ests T E Baldwin W B Smith T S Burnam J S Walker F B Crooke Names of members enrolled Sam Pragheimer J W Crooke Jr A T Chenault C S Powell J P Herndon H J Streng T S Bronston W B While T S Burnam J Speed Smith F B Crooke G W Evans L T Wilson TEH Urmston S D Parrish L Baxter JSamuel Bennett FBCarr B Juett C E SmiUi A W Srahh B C Potts N V White J H Powell E T Burnam J J Brooks J E Greenleaf F II Adair TJ Tribble Sam Rice C C Wallace J A Higgins W A Powell M G Y Forman V L Crutcher C E Woods Wm Bennett G M Willging T J Taylor D R Forman D M Chenault J C Chenault FL Wardroper George Myers E E Mitchell D P Armer C W Spencer G W Willis Joe Gmchiliani R C Stoekton f C Douglas W B Smith A C Buchanan T T Covington J M PoynU Cy Stone Geo W Pickels L P Sanders N B Dcatheroge Lon Hay T S Moberley R L Gentry B I Clay W G White J F Cornelison French Tipton A R Bdrnam W B Bright A E Richards E B Wallace A II Lalor W C Gormley M McCarty T E Baldwin C D Chenault E W Wiggins J Stone Walker E M Huguely John Donaldson leler Hampton shot H C Mills through llisrarm at Lancaster Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of preventing or curing them that can In arguing the have any real novelty case counsel for the patentee said the value of the drawers was so incraased by Mrs Abner G Daniel of Griffin Ga being re enforced that one ptir was is visiting her old home here equal to two pair of the other kind Miss Mattie Denny of Garrard county Among other amusing things said by Mr Wise in reply was that this could not be visited friends here last week true because it was well known every- Â¬ Prof C A Leonard of Cynthiana where that twopairs beats one and was present at the University the 32nd this was only case where a split counted Miss Jeanie Lackey of Kansas City against the dealer Mo i visiting Mrs Gregory near Richmond Col O H Chenault left on Wednes day for a brief stay in the far West on Â¬ The ohject of J Norman Lockyero paper on The Origin of Celestial Species in Harpers Magazine fur to March will be in ills own words point out the high probability that the various light sources In the heavens have a meteoric origin that is that Btones have fallen on the earth from heaven because the heavens nre full of stones nnd practically of nothing else ami that the luminosity or every kind of heavenly body is produced by rue teoritks differently aggregated ami dillereutly circumstanced iu the various realms of space Il Childrens Carriages Ciill and See Him CHEAP for GASH 33 3 BALDWINS Come and see us and be convinc ed that we have a first class stock Â¬ COAL YARD at Reasonable Prices I keep nt my yard near the depot in We shall aim to secure a fair share Richmond all kintM of of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods Kentucky Coal ami Ihe famous YwiKhhsheny Coal Also Aiilhrucle I will Imtidle Â¬ Tpl yA Vj vl Lr ysass f I DAVID CI1ENAULT 28- - CO liradilelds Female Regulator Should be used by the young and bud- Â¬ ding womnu she who suffers from any disorder peculiar to her sex and at the change of life it benefits all who uso it Write the Bradfield Regulator 34 37 Company Atlanta Ga LAWN TENNIS CROQUET HROKANOI K BASEBALL E E McCANN HOODS 223 Main St LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAY AND TOBACCO Order left at W G Whites ami C E Smiths drug MoreH and at A H Lalnrs srocery w ill receive prompt atÂ¬ M Harare vtniQ 1 business Miss Carrie Forman returned on Wednesday from a visit to Mrs J S Winn of Â¬ Winchester Miss Sal lie Ellis teacher in the D and D Institute Danville spent the 32nd at home with her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Turney of Bourbon county with their children were visiting Dr and Mrs Poyntz last week Mr John Burnam son of Rev Edmund Burnam is at home after a two years absence in the schools of Europe Rev T B D Demaree of College Hill represented Madison county at the Prohibition Convention Louisville Mr John Reid and wife and Miss Grace Hull of Clinton Ills who have been visiting Mrs Homer Baxter left for their home on last Friday Mr C E Lyddane the local editor of the Winchester Democrat was in Richmond from Saturday until Monday and made The Climax a pleasant call Miss Susie Stuart Darnaby of Fayette county made a short stay with Mrs French Tipton last week and attended the 22nd exercises at the University Â¬ t Road borse trotters and runners shod in any manner desired I have Just received nil extra lot of fouriear old second growth timber for repairing All work guar- Â¬ all kinds of wagons anteed at the very lowest prices Shop The St Louis Air Line will pass into of Brookss drug store the hands of the Mackey Syndicate back Respectfully March ist 8febly S L M1DKIFF The Kentucky Union is in a fair way to be built through to Virginia this year J Norman- - Lockyer F R S Cor as 7000 men are said to be at work along Ins France the eminent Eng Â¬ the line lish scientist declared iu a recent Loudon Pall of the In Kentucky last year 12000000 was number expended in railroad building and it is Mali Budget that in the United on estimated that the sum this year will States astronomy in cultivated a scale which puis the Old World reach 15000000 and expecially the old country to Harrodsburg will not get the Louisville Hhame This conviction probably Southern shops Since the lease to the had something to do with his contrib Â¬ Monon the shops of the latter have been uting to au American magazine Ham enlarged sufficiently to do the work of the pers Monthly fur March the account Louisville Southern of his new theory of The Origin of A nnmber of men and mules from Pine Celestial Species It ville having been at work on the L X Advice to Mothers near Cumberland Gap reached Rich- Â¬ MrtWnraLona Soothucq SiECPihonldlwsji mond on Monday and proceeded down t used when children us ratting tetth It re once itproduceanataral the little the line to work on the Louisville South- Â¬ Here j sleep andsnflertrnt cherub awmke as bnght quiet the 11 ttle ern Garnett House SALBI We will sell tlw Garnett House in Richmond Ky On Â¬ FOR tention Mr J M ChrMopher will always be found at lliejHrd hihI will take pleas Â¬ ure iu wating oh all customer Desires to announce that I hope to receive a fair share of opened a new patronage T E BALDWIN 29- - CLAUDE SMITH he has Hew Barber Shop COBB Hardware AN- D- Stove MOORE TINWARE HOUSE AT Â¬ 106 E MAIN STREET We have aMciated ourselves togeth to the highest bidder It will be offered er in the Bartering Bttehtrss ad are in three parcels and as a wlvoJc It has a located at lOti K Main Street in Ram 6o foot front is Sii feet deep three sey building next doir to Roberts stories high with good cellar has 50 Wines drug store rooms and - doing a g nd hotel business Shav Â¬ Fintt claS work guaranteed being well arranged for aine The lioube ing 10 cents childrens hair cuts 15 can be with little expense converted into Saturday March 16 1889 No 26 N Second St i- JJ V on Wednesday en- Â¬ The L C B from building joined the R N I 6G through a certain gap in Estill county V is through which gap the L C Everybody needs a spring medicine located But this will not stop for a mo- Â¬ By using Ajera Sarsaparilla the blood B ment the building of the RN I is thourougljly cleansed and Invigor Â¬ Miss Laura Clay delivered a lecture It is feared that the tunnel on the Cin- Â¬ ated the appetite stimulated and the before the W C T U at Williamsburg cinnati Southern in which the frightful system prepared to resist Jhe diseases and Mrs Dodge of Berea read a paper accident occurred last week by the tele- Â¬ peculiar to the summer months Ask The formers subject was Womans Rights scoping of two freight trains firing the for Ay era Sarsaparilla lake no and the latters Social Purity Mrs wooden framework and a vein of coal It other Dodge was elected Corresponding Sec- Â¬ will have to be permanently abandoned retary and Miss Sarah Randall of Lon- Â¬ GUARD AUAIXST THE STRIKE C P Huntington has withdrawn from don President all his railroad properties East of the And always have a bottle of Ackers Messrs F 11 Adair and F B Curr Mississippi Valley and the Chesapeake English Remedy In the house You handsomely entertained a few friends at Ohio will be consolidated into a new iys can not tell how soon Croup may Madison Club Saturday night to meet Mr tern of which President Ingalls of the strike your little one or a cold or cough F B Crooke or rather to bid him a long Big Four will probably be at the head may fasten itself upon you One dose farewell is a preventive and a few doses a posi- Â¬ The dining room opened at The Kentucky Midland Railway Com 1030 and disclosed a mouth watering col- Â¬ pany has executed a mortgage upon the tive cure Ail Throat and Lung troubles lection of the best products of the season road to the Central Trust Company of yield to its treatment A sample bot- Â¬ embracing a few standard articles such as New York City for tle is given you free and the itemedy 5000000 The by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ Pomery Sec mortgage is limited to 25000 a mile guaranteed The present term has transacted a great This mortgage insures the immediate tion Druggist deal of business and no man has ever rat completion of the Midland from George- Â¬ The U I St L- - C Ry Kankakee on our bench who gave fuller satisfaction town to Paris and its early extension to Line with Its connections makes the to lawyers litigants jurors and witnesses Hedges Station in Clark county and also than has His Honor Judge Scott during through Bath and Morgan counties to a fastest time from Cincinnati to Council the two weeks psst He is a ripe quick connection with the Virginia system of Bluffe Omaha St Paul Minneapolis 32 and the West and North west accurate lawyer is firm but pleasant in his railways manner and isalwas pushing the busi Â¬ Donelson will make you as good a Cyclone Fence ness of the court so as not to unduly buggy or carriage aa can be bought Arnold has the agency Mr Robert L crowd it but never to lose any time apr4 tf any where In America for the Cyclone Fence Call at Coving- Â¬ Winchester Democrat Breck ton Arnold Bros or at If you want a nice buggy pbseton It is a Carious Fact Phelpss and see the machine Mr Ar Â¬ rockaway carrlge barouche or That the body Is now more susceptible nold will canvass the county so look out coupe go to John Donelson aprl t to benefit from the medicine than at for him This is the fence exhibited by AV H Keliey will build you a good any other season Hence the Impor- Â¬ Mr W G Watts See fence below court Â¬ house cheaper than any mau in town tance of taking Hooda SarBaparilla house mar7 tf now when It will do you the most A DDTY TO YOURSELF m good It is really wonderful for enrich BannatJpe ciflc will cure itheuma It Is kurprlalng that people will ue Jug and purifying the blood creating common ordinary pill when they onn tism or money refunded Price 76c at an appetite and giving a healthy tone secure a valuable English one for the Whites Drug Store Second street 5- to the whole system Be sure to get same money Dr Ackers English near Garnett House Hoods Sarsaparilla which is peculiar pills nre npoaitivc cure for It to itself They are aod all liver trouble Pat Hunt assassinated James Abnee in small sweet easily taken and do not I Paris Sunday night The White Caps gripe Sold by W G While Prescrlp Two Five Rooji Cottaoes in Par They tlou Druggist visited Paris one ngh last week rishs addition with plunk walk from mtm should oomc again All persons iealria to Imr soil or Main street Apply toH Myeks on Geo Lancaster lias a new military com eschansro Seal Estate will do wall 37- HIS ACJEST 8 D PARKISU 3S ii Â¬ ft is Ten pleasant to taite It l button soothes the chnaotena the gmnuaIUriaU pain regulate the bowels andia the bcit known remedy fordisTihcsa whether arising from teethicgor other caues Twraty flTO cents a bottle u cents three first class business lkouoes and is the Please give us a cull Satisfaction best located propeity in town for hotel or SQUIRE COBB business houses Excellert opera house insured 23- M C MOORE or theatre with professional offices on This second Hoor could be arranged house is opposite the Court house an im- Â¬ posing edifice with beautiful yard LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST One third cah Mav 1st TERMS when possession will be given one third in Persons desirous of obtaining life in- Â¬ 6 months balance in 12 months note with approed security with 6 per cent surance at actual cost should write for interest and lien reserved circulars to 36 30 POWELL EVANS Security Mutual Benefit Society 2S3 Armers old stand U 20- I M INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and AUGURATED Broadway New York TORNADO This society claims that for six years the cost to a member of middle age has been Less than Twelve Dollars a Seven Splendid Companies Yeau for eaoli thousand dollars of in North America PbiUufelpiiia 30- surauee - - Masvacnusets Springfield in -- m AdMr IN- - GALT the city NEW GOODS FEWPBIGES I have received a large Invoice of - - - New York Germania Connecticut Hartford - - - - New York Niagara - - - Cincinnati Amazon LOUISVILLE KY Pennsylvania Philadelphia ROCK BOTTOM RATES The Largest and Finest Hotel in -- - HOUSE gif - ci Office at Farmers National Bank Rates 250 to 4 Per Day Gall and see us before ptacmg According to rooms BTJRNAiE HUMS Turkish and Russian Baths in N B Milling properly and 3231 Hotel country stores a specialty your insurance COMMISSIONERS 32 31 NEW WALL PAPERS AND Notice to Creditors R RESIDENCE GBOOMDS New WindowwShades and have marked same at pricej un heard of before in this city iu fact are so exceedingly cheap that they are bound to go quick at prices named The Grand Clearance Sale was euc ceisful beyond the most sanguine ex pectations There is nothing like printers ink when you do what you promise to do The public generally is invited to In- Â¬ spect ray new stools Yours Very Truly GEO M WILLGING IxTKHiott Decorator No 200 W Main St 32 31 Â¬ Â¬ I ofler for rent for the year 1888 the one half mite Simmons Residence AU persons having claims against R from Riolimomi on Irvine turnpike repair EiKt or are J While Jr before hereby reque ted to Nice ysnl leu rooms in dee oolWtil ako good garden me properly prov Â¬ file the same en on or before May 1st 1889 or same rent pasture lad If desiretl 36- H B DILLINGHAM will be barred This February 10th 18S 8 E SCOTT M C MC P C 36 37 R J J White Jbs Creditors WniTE v Jb s Trustee c Wholesale Grocery W MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY j t S W Cw 7tk Main Sts Iivuville Ky Our Mk IX T Chistkut will be lit Richmond every emmi eHrt day Will call mi eoMHty merphmttn at their siies W E GRINSTKAErA CU E GriiRled 33 Carpenters Work 32- - I am prepared 10 do all ir the Corpenlera work In tirst cIim style lions IV VS Ator Jaie iff MB furnished Als estimate oi ohort Bi iumjnfiuidotowieDpoijrl notice H TYLER BAXTER 37 40 Only Rcsnlne Sjiteni at Memorr Tralnln Four llaoka Learned in ana readlac Mind Trajiderlna- - cored Ercry child and nUntt creatly benefitted- Gnat iBdacnieots to Gsrwpandesc CUs FrsRwctss vita opinions of Dr Vm A II am- moou wurtorwaAa ttpeotim fa MKta x kinds nf DanirlllrFrnlenf Thompson taarrMt 1 louse io lit I in We lUEsrSFT HHU1 - pany tocallcaSmltifcrowell Residence with ns garden 1ok bum ble Callou J Met- room- - 37 337 T in Itrms Csfero raMMM jjwftlp frJeJ Pzper j j PONDEROUS ADRUFF y nUTALpflirMl i niCIUIEIUnElEL HKMKK IN Watebee Clucks Jewelry Silver and nOrtitiatt given to Absolutely Pure A Iiiittel of TliM rwIi aii lipo purity Mir am ik s Mvc tli fti U11 r kiitds ttml 1itn 011 CHiiuotlNv t iii tli3 md nnyit nrisslit nluin uiul r vlioit titiipK of low tlioihHc jiWri H - l li nly in rHitK AnllSTipet Hoi i Kamm l to 2 31 New ork CToniHnit 111 11 llalesl ware ete Special tliIrn -- ETOHG A2CD DIAMONDS lr OTHER PKKCIOUS STONES REPAIRING Prtly C Aunt ami in a workmanlike mtuiuef Cask Paid fcr Ola Gold and Silver t ilm Dit lvt-t-4H- forget the plaee next door Kiclinuml Ky jn 4 If 73 B3 CHICKEN Cholera Cure Dr Pieroce Golden Medical DisroTcrr is tha oniy medic uo of Its clnss that is puar- ni t auicca to new loror ciin diseases which WARRHTED reoomnH nded or tbe money raid for it will be promptly refunded Golden Medical Discovery cures all humor from tbe common pimple blotch or eruption to tbe worst Scrofula or blood poteoa salt rheum or Tetter Eczema Erysipelas Kcer aorea flip Joint Disease crofulous bores and Swellimjs Enlarged Glands Goitre or Thick rteck and Eatinjr Sores or rieers Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump Â¬ tion which Is Scrofula of the Lungs liv he invigoratingwonderful blood purifying end nutritive properties if token in time For Weak Lungs Spitting- of Blood Short- Â¬ ness of Breath Catarrh in tbe Head Bron Â¬ chitis Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred It affections it is a sovereign remedy promptly cures the severest Coughs For Torpid Liver Biliousness or Liver Complaint Dyspepsia end indigestion it is Sold by druggists an unequaled remedy gtf 5 21 iiSf W ijrccu I ftADFELite SL frBS 5 J VX eJ offif p STJop niLY or iarci eiuriPcr njoilcdfr ec 34 37 cianocrwiii ftc ctfotata 2P jffr buKrletuqt fcVomcn Sickness Uhanoc worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than aM other diseases combined But the cures Thousands of dollars sh vunnu nLOULftiUHUJCA vrxfV KTA cSSruistx discovery of a remedy that positively it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only require a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for oik hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a hotde the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your raonev will be refunded 1 1S STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ SHUT FliMT The Original r- - XI cured AMmmonLirerMedianc Kkid wo in uie u 5 Court dkicvts J JicilinProprAQSimraonf Lir er HepltorEtdbYZeilimMiS- M A S L M ho for 47 years ArreviTa ivct 1 ibuiu QInu c r Wins 1 Indigestiov Eiliolsmss iIsrirSIAlCK llEADACHELOST Soca Stomach Etc c eara raitor ii K O arch Adams REPORTING FQ3 PAPERS Advice to a You 115 Man Thirsting for Uterary Glory One of thj g ealest essentials of suc Â¬ cess for a reporter on a city paper is a thorough knowledge of the city and n general acquaintance wiwithe citizens Men of ordinary ability who possess extended kaoirledgu of points for guth crinp news md a f vjitiiarity with noted local characters ate oft mi of more value to a ue xspapsr than men capable of writiajj brilliant and 1 ighiy polished articles who are comparative strangers in the looality A reporter must get all tbo news If acquainted with every thing aal oery body in town he gathers his iUoi and writea tbera up in a erode manner parhaps but they coetain the one point of news wanted and the city editor revises tho item to suit his fancy Under these circumstances a young man from the country unused to the atmosphere and surroundings of a city life hm very small chances of becoming a reporter on a city newspaper and if he should his limited acquaintance would proro a drawback which it would take years to overcome The only exceptions to this are the large metropolitan daily newspapers where the work is as- Â¬ signed There each day the city editor makes out an assignment book containing a memoranda of all the principal events of that particular day Opposite the various notes of ovonte are placed the names of reporters de- Â¬ tailed to look after them Each reporter sign his name opposite tho detail to denote that he has gone in search of the item After securing thj the news in hi assignment reporter returns to the office and writes it up after which it is handed to tho city editor who generally culls all superfluous words and attempts at padding leiving only the bnro skel cfcou of the avtiole o con J en ho1 that it tells in a terse form the exact points of the news The reporter is paid by space work that is so much a col Â¬ umn hence the cutting down of his article There have been instances where young men from tha country possessing talent and nowpaper abil-Â¬ ity have been ery successful on me Â¬ tropolitan papers without an extended knowledge of the city but they aro rare and of tho thousands of weary re Â¬ porters writing againot space oa tho Xew York dailies only a favored few make more than a miserable existence earning j ircely enough to keep them alive At a reporters billot is an unenviable one a d if you have a talent for any other calling it would be well to cultivate it ah the chances of success in the literary field are all against you and oven after you havo gained the top round of the ladder you will find that you have struggled in vain and are bound for life to a call- Â¬ ing which requires harder work lon- Â¬ ger hours mora anxiety and unceas- Â¬ ing trouble for less remuneration finan- Â¬ cially and less saUt faction over perÂ¬ sonal efforts than any other prolession you could follow If you are deter Â¬ mined to leave the country and be Â¬ come identified with life in tho city turn jour attention to commercial pur Toledo suite and let newspapers alone Blade DONT GO TO SEED The Most Deplorable Tate Tint Can Detail a DmiuesiMan One of the saddjjst things-- that can I 4 bt come to a busnessman Is to go to AVe seed have sympathy for tho man who meets with misfortune in his business ventures wo pity tho store Â¬ keeper that an unexpected turn in tho market forces into bankruptcy but wo have no commiseration for tho fellow who allows his business to dio of dry rot who sits sluggishly in his store year after year without making an effort to lift himself out of tho slough in whlc his whole concern is sinking He thinks because ho was first on tho ground and built up a goootrado in tho surrounding territory that ho can hold his custom without further offorfc He has such an exulted idea of his own importance that ho believes customers will continue to como to him without any particular induce- Â¬ ment and so he sits and goes to Young competitors over tho seed way establish thomsolves and by lib- Â¬ eral and judicious advertising and modern spirit of push and energy they mnke their stores attractive they car- Â¬ ry lines of fresh fashionable and de- Â¬ sirable goods they offer special induce- Â¬ ments to patrons and ono by ono tho customers of the old fogy merchant desert him The flies roost upon his ceilings un- Â¬ disturbed and spiders weave their wobs among his wares and across tho dingy window panos of his storo front He never advertises ho rogards it as a needless expense he will not buy a fresh stock of goods until ho disposes of the old stuff on hand which as tho years go by grows more and more un- Â¬ By and by his expenses ex- Â¬ desirable ceed his income Ho does not go rcck leasly into debt he and his family mubt livo somehow and tho business must go on If there is a deficit at the end of tho year he borrows a littlo and tho inter Â¬ est accumulates and at last ho wakes up from a quiet snooze some morning to find that the sheriff has quietly taken possession of his chattels and that ho has gone to seed from a lack of energy and legitimate business en- Â¬ terprise There are few towns even in the wide wake West whero aro not going to seed Younger and more active business men are tak- Â¬ ing their places and arc crowding them out of existence Tho spirit of tho new generation i3 alert active aud eager to please and this is what wins and holds the popular favor lo not go to seed If y u find that you are running behind and feel that you have not tho requisite vim and energy to keep up the reputation of your establishment close it out sell off the old stuff that has accumulated upon your hands get rid of it somehow and give way to a more energetic per-Â¬ son do not die of dry rot do not go to seed Grocers Criterion store-keepers I i Dobbins filsotric Soap THE BEST FAMILY SOAP IN THE WORLD It is Strktl j Pirc UHira is Wly trnly ri 4t sih never been iaodn l or rhuaaoa in ike Mot 1itl op is Identical in ninliiy to rtay with ty yeno ago tttnt cml I awnsi siollttnsr flint rtri In Jrtre tli Snealfalirjc Ii tnht caseoVsiwdhiudiavh tec E onpaal formula for which we paid f 50000 CffiSrs La purpose Tr jf TT ft--- -- v T- T- 4T A miiii 1 - Kirl F fic ui luw t Medicine and have used half of it It works like a char n I want no bettrr Liver Regulator and cer- h more 01 cuia s tcislare Tenn wntta 1 EBDma cave ocen oead out lor your Genuine M A Sim mocs Liver Medtdne I hare omeuracs had to sabstitute Zeilias ttuf f or joor Medicine but it dont aniwer the rrivJ iici LUUC IN NUMBERS Superstitious Heller 0r Many People Told In a Few lVords To see nine magpies is extremely unlucky In France a sevouth son in direct succession is called a marcou Virgil toils us in the oighth ecloguo DRESS AND FASHION Useful Information nnd Suggestions for that tho gods esteemed odd numbers Home Dress Makers The seven days of the creation led to The tournure continues to be worn a septenary division of time to all ages but not visibly by women of fashion There were seven wise men in an- Â¬ Every dross has two or three short tiquity and seven wonders of the world Nine grains of wheat laid on a four steel springs in the foundation skirt but the cushion has for the most part leaved clover enable ono to see tho AMONG THE JAPANESE Some or the rieasnnt Things to lie Soon In the Land of the Mikado Tho firstthlng that strikes the visitor to Jupan Is tho exceedingly civility of ovory body custom house officers in- Â¬ cluded Cheerfulness good temper nnd polltenoss are universal Tho mothers smile tho children chatter without quarreling in tho streets and it is a pleasure to watch the ordinary work people as thoy meet and go through tho proscribed otlquotto of bowing and shaking hands with each other Differences over tho carriage of your person and effects if they exist are speedily settled without tho use of bad language and angry oaths and in loss time than it takes o write the trnvclor and his bag- Â¬ gage aro put into jinriklshas or light carriages drawn by ono or more men scantily dressed with funny while hats shaped liko mushrooms and arc trotted off to the Grand Hotel famous for its English comfort and French cuisine Those jinrikishas or man power carriagos deserve a word or two in passing Of modern invention they havo been improvised to supply the want of horses and flys and it is marvelous to see what power of endurance and capacity for toil is to bo found amongst tho little broad shouldered coolies who draw them It is quite a common thing for them to keep up a good steady pace of six or seven miles an hour on a diet of rico fish or tea for as many hours in tho day and all this for tho scanty wago of a littlo over two cents a mile Theeo aro stubborn facts which by comparison make ono tremblo for the future of the English working classes unless they make up their minds to gird themselves up for tho coming struggle The bitter cry of employers at homo increases yearly with tho increasing dislike of tho ris- Â¬ ing generation to hard manual labor Throughout Europo nnd Asia is tho snino story Germans and Japaneso beat us with our own weapons because thoy work harder longer and for less wages It was not always so but edu- Â¬ cation bos softened us and philan- Â¬ thropy with tho best intentions Is doing all it can to destroy tho sturdy feeling of self depcadonce once tho pride of tho British workman In Japan man certainly wants but littlo here below With cotton clothes a diet of rico and fish and a house of wattle and daub domestic bills aro not high An ordinary couiie or laborer in the fields is content with half a dollar 1 week A clerk in a government of- Â¬ fice is well paid with 2o0 a year and a Cabinet Minibtor with 5000 The so called necessities of life in all classes are at least one third of what they would bo in tho United States or in Europe The street and roads in and about the capital are good clean fairly lighted and admirably policed and the railroad of eighteen miles to Tokio built like all tho railroads of the coun- Â¬ try after tho English model leaves littlo to bo dosired Tho capital itself extends over a largo area and is said to contain a million inhabitants Tho area it covers is enormous embracing as it docs numerous temples surround- Â¬ ed by groves of evergreen trees and parks laid out in European fashion Nineteenth Century - AMERICAN HOUSEKEEPING It Is Unfavorably Compared with Parisian Lire by Mary J Holmos I would not go back to America again with all tho worries of house- Â¬ keeping for tho world I heard a lady say while her companion fresh from tho worries of American housekeep- Â¬ ing was ready to take them again and would not stay here for all tho world And so opinions differ But of the two disappeared A 49 40 TT wa lrs Jlaants a ad liaketx a no ether soap i rhe worU tioes wijnt shnkiu kavut thesa soft a4 white and like unr READ THIS TWICE rrUf FRE k a crest niirlnp of rmre ef labor J of -- p rf Aid and of Ac fcbr vkae Dob- bm rieanc Soap u used jMrconliuc to dlreo tiOMX 3t trM demonstrate hi creat Brent wdl pay job to m ike that MA trial It imi- - L1KI aa best IttiBjca and ceuntcrfcitjai it ejaestlveiy pswara of Imitations VaVhWw VUMlW VVMV KJrcinc Dont tale Mipenc Klectro Macc IMUOdpfau Electric er sef Miter fctwl limply Itcahk K cheap They wM law tstfecs asd are ilor ai nce Ak for TNSIST often bs4 tale no er Kearlf errry trocrr from Mmc to Mcxtca keep rt ii sieck If nHn awt H be vfll vter from k tcaret fcoiale gncrr T3 RAD earriflf the humc wrafr fcrntrnd each Jtar and be cartful le follow directions en each MMde wrapper YenCJtiiunt nSTonl to DoltMiu Tmo Peso Mill U aBflHBBBlG BPaasaBaaBaB iEEL i D SaMMHaB CUTTEB GBXNDER AKD SHELLER Combined fn One Trame The J Combined Iced Mill Made Only ak anger brfnr trj ngforyoritf the oldreluble aai tndy wx6eHul Oebbins Efecic I L CRAGIN 27 53 SoaCO - Wsrrsntsd na te Give mt Satisfaction IliirAiiKiriii W61S WISH All ELSE AILS Ii re JUS at for tfcre MSrtmt -- e ar nd Griaers vjrm the liixj firo meliinc In Intl ofreltr to ViiHainsbtirg53 BertCoschEjnip In Hma Tarteieood Use CnM K A U I believe PIsob Cure for Consumption saved A II Doweix hit life Enquirer Editor Eden- loo N C April 23 16S7 g H nimnj CilSUSr3r-f-CvV- Jj The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine Is Pisoa Cckk FOB CoKsujfpnoy Children take It without objection By all druggista 25c I ff Hiloitswet 111S ra a CbEES MtHIef riKF rv T t Best Coach Bjrop Tarteggood Dee via i i oaiq riT nrnrtnita at rl fins Cincinnati Tit Ixtirt Trxics t IjiZiansolia t- - tnar7 ly Fine Carriages Pnllman8Iaplnr Cars andElairantra cllnlng Chair Czxa on Tralna XgnificsstFarier Cars Kht Trainx 03 Day CHICAG tCJ T220CCH LAFAYETTTi an J CTtut Cuifi O Cincinnati 4and St El Foar Louis TU tht C L St L liaIa ijr Fatlman SOIiTJDAEKrS zetwuk ui TaaealU Lias Mullet Sleeping Cars Tollman C Chair Cars New First dass Coerhe Second Class Coaches and Baggar Cars all nn tbroueh without change between C in issati ai J bt Iwiu J RTrlnlnr Chir itrrt fPeoria Cincinnati and Elogunt Reclining VIA Cars ILL CI Kt T 1 C and f K W Start lias Rsctintng Cii sir Cars Commodiousmrera- - THE KENTUCKY CARRIAGE aprf tf WORKS PsopRrBroa r aedlita 1 Via SHELDOX Rt a a na r a 17 t t rail te JOHN DONELSON ui4 from tbo c8ectlis othwltlt r mad rlth ill LUm rl Ki1 Tfr HARRISON DMILLSR IRVINE STREET Next Door to Pott Office 109 Un be oMained at tny Tiekn OSiee C 1 S T-t tVCHTvalsevi tlit lires t jI Caf Ofllcfi fit t c rmrirXTtiZZaA XLLvTtT 4QKII ECAK Gea tiH il MIT jfc H Furniture Repairing Dons And natfdw Jr4SoUiia Wuetur UttT f W ClaikMer ffl8ffi Xfa itsUUMwtkrrli reiw Wi ia h IS ft BIN I 1 ctmcI Xitr I r IiUCA j m r fati rfWIIIIttl KHek ifc K U t fiv with Mtr Urf 1 Upholstering PrompUr WI via wnia at aac caa o aad Aatailea- JP7 tr MJ STYLE CARPETS LAIDIN FINE Give him a Call 34- - ar rUn ctitci 9 BMAta larrr biecm r w t tio aim prvfwm lti mra af newTtsr U lVAtch U aipiaiWaaaT- Atklm tw a4 27 20 It is an anciont beliof that a change in the body of a man occurs every seventh year Falstaff bays They say there is divinity in odd numbers either by na- Â¬ tivity chance or death think the Parisian housekeeper has The number 3 was tho porfect num- Â¬ I best ot it with better servants tho ber of the Pythagoreans who said it smaller wages and so many trouble- Â¬ represented the beginning middle and some things done outside no washing end or ironing for this is done by tho In the Faroe Islands there is a super- Â¬ blanchiseuse and no bread making stition that seals cast off their skins for the bakers furnish all that and of every ninth month and assumo the hu Â¬ an cxcelcnt kind too although so hard man shape that more than Gladstones thirty Miraculous powers aro supposed to three chews aro necessary to it bo possessed by the seventh daughter mastication fifty at least aro req- Â¬ but as usual in the cose of women it uisite for I havo tried it has an occult power There is also less expected from the When a servant maid finds nine green outside world in tho shape of enter- Â¬ peas in one pod she lays it on tho win- Â¬ tainment except of course on some dow sill and the first man who enters especial occasions Bread and butter will be her beau and a cup of delicious tea with straw Â¬ Among the Chinese Heaven is odd berries and cream was the menu ono is ovon nnd the numbers 1 3 5 summer afternoon at the house of a earth 7 9 bolong to Heaven while tho digits Countess who lived In a palace and are of the earth earthy this was served in the gardens with as known superstition There is a well littlo formality as possible current since tho days of Ovid that Nearly all the nrut class hotels and particular virtue strength or danger pensions in Paris ara good and with lios in the ninth wave of a series a few exceptions reasonable in their Tho ancients not only noted tho im- Â¬ charges while of restaurants there aro portance of seven as an astronomical legions with pricoj varying from 25 period but also connected with tho cents for dinner to 12 to a roast seven plauols tho seven metals then chicken and 5 for a lunch sums act- Â¬ known ually charged I have been told at The number 9 besides being re Â¬ ono restaurant where the waiters are garded a3 a lucky one is possessed of required to pay 30 francs for tho priviÂ¬ mysterious properties intensified from lege of serving there they of course its being the product of thrco times depending upon gratuities for their three pay The Siamese have a regard for odd Of student and artist life here I numbers and insist on having an odd should like to write something but number of doors windows and rooms 6pace forbids and I must closo by say in their houses aud that all stair- Â¬ ipg of Paris that it is tho city of all cases must havo au odd number of others where I should chooso to live steps N Y Mail and Express if my life had to be spent upon this side of tho Atlantic Mary J Holmes Any dearth in chestnuts may bo Paris Correspondence accounted for by tho celebration of Some festival makers in- Â¬ Halloween Tho Wo st vs tho East One phase of the interminable discussion troduced a new feature by naming pairs of chestnuts on the fire with tho about General Harrisons Cabinet which now has namos of the political candidates If weeksbeen going on every for over seven one except tbe and in which FOOD FOR PIGS the nuts remained together during tho party most interested appears to take part Experiments Made by Irnf lluut of tbo roasting process tho men were fortu Â¬ is the development of what may be reIllinois College Irami nate if they snapped apart bad luck garded as sectional leehng between the 1 It required 1380 pounds of skim would at loud the presidential aspir- West and tho Cast Beyond the AUe ghames there Is manifested a decided hos- Â¬ milk to produce one pound of pork ants tility towards the predominance of Eastern when fed with corn meal in ratio 1 1 7 influences in the next Administration and to fattening hogs dingo Howling for War tho persistent efforts of Blaine Miller and 2 Skim milk could not bo econom- Â¬ to force themselves The Samoan trouble has been tho Piatt and their friends special advisors aro ically fed to fattening hogs uuless it upon Harrison as his was a waste product which could not iignal for a good deal of that blatant looked upon with no friendly eyo by tho hifalutin and flapdoodle known as leading Kepublicani ot tha West All the be otherwise utilized Jingoism Fellows with their Bepublcan Presidents except two have 3 It required oa an averago 41 come from tbo West the two exceptions mouths full of the clamor for wah pounds of shelled corn to produce one tha propose that some other fellows shall being Johnson a representative of into pound of pork during an average period South and Arthur and they stepped sock it to tho successor of Charle Â¬ the White House from tbe Vice Presidenof four weeks or one bushel produced magne without further thought or hes- Â¬ tial chair The West being the stronghold 13 pounds Republican party is not inclined 4 It required 4 pounds of corn itation They aro enduring the panga of the now says tho Albany Argus to brook tho meal to produce one pound of pork or of humiliation because of the cow- bestowal of tho best positions in tho Cab From ineton Eastern men There is a feeling In ono bushel o corn made into meal and ardice of tho administration their ragged remnants of sackcloth that section which has been developing in fed dry produced 12 pounds of pork for some 5 When fed dry shelled corn Is and throne of ashes thoy cry out that strength are being years past that Its re drained to swell the sources more economical thau corn meal to the only proper caper is to shot the coffers of Eastern capitalists nnd that it guns and blaze away and make the feed to fattening hogs unjustly Thoy are a has beenundeservedkept in the background predominance to East to give 6 It required 7 J pounds or bushel German Empire howl fine job lot of Hotspurs and if any em influence and interests of ground oat3 to produce 1 pound of intensify the belief that porkf when fed with equal parts by thing could war is aroproach to Christianity and Won the Od Gents Heart corn meal weight of 7 One bushel of corn is worth nearly civilization if would be the fact that Old Man from the head of the stairs these welkin splitters arc its first nnd 3 bushels of oats for fattening hogs Hasnt that young feller most persevering advocatos Brook- Â¬ harahly 8 Cora fed pigs gained about 4 gone yet Clara lyn Eaglo pounds per week and ate about 21 Clara No papa hes ia a serious pounds of corn per 100 pounds of livo He forgot to deposit f 13 A Georgia negro who preaches quandary weight 000 in the bank thLt afternoon and is for a living recently selected this text 9 The gain for tho amount of food Bo ye thoreforo wiso as serpents and nervous about carrying it with him so consumed decreased during fattening harmless as doves lato at night and thon began 10 Pork was produced during the Old Man in a softer tone Tell Well breddorin in order that we cold weather with corn at 28 cents per may all know what wo are talkin him to wait a minute and Til bo down bushel for less than 3 oents per pound about will jest drap do word serpint He can put it in my safe until mornÂ¬ I 11 An insufficient food supply for and say snakes You has all seen a ing And youd better bring up half two weeks caused a very considerable snako when he dozen bottles of twer from the cellar didnt want to hear Epoch loss ia feeding thereafter nothing He jes puts ono oar right 12 Indian corn is the most econom- Â¬ down on de ground and ho sticks he The Falls of Niagara carry down ical pork producing material during tail in de odder 10000000 cubit foetjf water per tho winter months la regions where extensively grown Professor what aro your views minute equal to about 3000000 horse Â¬ concerning Uie schools of medicine and power I By pulling up the cabbaga stalks theology Professor That depends People who go through tho streets and storing away and thon setting out upon circumstances When I am of Alexandria Ya singing or whistling next spring as early as the soil can bo worked into a good condition a supply slightly ill I am a homeopathlst and a after ten oclock at night can be arrest Â¬ of early greens can bo secured earlier Unitarian but whon I am very lck I ed for disorderly conduct am an allopathist and a Calvinlst than by sowing spinach or dandelion Bands of silk embroidery are now made and sold by the yard and form a a convenient trimming for woolen dresses Hats are many of them made with an eye to the costumes with which they will be worn E Bglish women wear wool Balmoral skirts faced half a yard deep inside and out with tweed that is made water Â¬ proof Gaiters of similar tweod aro worn outside the boot covering it from the vamp well up on the ankle The new white piece laces and trim Â¬ ming laces for drosses tea gowns etc are called Empire Ibcos and have the email prim designs of other Empire fabrics The dinner dressos are gayer and are made of richer materials Tho various shades of gray are all fashionable Mtttelasse galloons are no vol trim- Â¬ mings and will make exceedingly rich borders for cloth and silk dresses A new christening cloak made ia cashmere is bmbroidered all over with tiny floral sprays and edged with a lace headed by the coquille ruche It is lined and wadded entirely with wool Fur is used on childrens coats and hats A felt hat displayed a novelty in the form of bulrushes made of ot-Â¬ ter and a cloth coat made in the Rus- Â¬ sian form was trimmed with ojter which appeared also on the cuffs The millinery especially arranged for children savors much of the Directoiro and Empire periods Hats havo a wide brim over the face almost oval in form and are intended to bo worn set well at the back of tho head Tea jackets and house waists for almost any hour of tho day are of the new bordered silks twilled and ar mure silks with the border of gay flowered embroidery Terra cotta is a warm comfortable color which keeps its good appearance a long while and does not show dirt a consideration K Y World Â¬ Â¬ fairies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MACHINERY Edison claims that gasoline In an reparations Made for Work on Unci Sams Army nnd Sary absolutely sure preventive of yellow Every year tho machinery in the fever Ho has experimented with it Pittsburgh Fa is being and says that organic germs ca a not Iron milts at The necessity made more ponderous withstand it boen Issued for this lies in the demand for immense A German patent has for the preparation of wood fibre for castings Every thing is growinglargerÂ¬ are big spinning The fiber is separated in lhan In former times Ships powerful in a sulphur- Â¬ ger locomollvos are more the first place by billing ous acid or bisulphite solution and the iron front buildings are higher and vastly fibers are driod and sotoncd in water agricultural implements are larger The development of mill ap- Â¬ and subjected to sundry mechanical been operations Strong fabrics are made paratus to meet this Increase hasyears j gradual but within the last two from tho product Quill tooth picks como largely a wonderful impotun has been given j from France which possesses the the forward movement by tho building largest factory in the world This of tho n w war vessels for the Unitca factory which is located near Paris States navy Andrew Carnegie has just comploted was originally started to make quill pens but when tho3o went out of use tho building of a mill at Braddock ono the proprietor turned it into a tooth- - of the suburbs of Pittsburgh expressly ptCKmui ino present nnuuai uuipm ui intended for the manufacture of this government work There is not a which is 20000000 quills A new glass recently invented in single bit of apparatus in it but whati3 Sweden is said to bo capable when tho largest of its kind in the world made into lens for a microscope ot The shears which snap a bar of iron in two as though it were tissue paper enabling us to distinguish the 204 700000th part of an inch It is also exceeds any thing in size that has over said that there is a great promiso of been known by the sons of V ulcan Ino tho glos3 producing wonderfully power- Â¬ lathes are greater the rolls aro longer ful telescope lenses and a new depar- Â¬ and heavier than any thing the remain- Â¬ der of the country can show and oven ture in astronomy Further investigation upon the the steam boilers aro the largest evor solar spectrum ara thought to prove mode by the hand of man In the Black the presonco of the metal platinum in Diamond steol works Thirtieth street tho suns atmosphere though no linos Pittsburgh there is the largest steam The corresponding to that clement havo hamnief in the United States Additional blow of fifty tons which it strikea hitherto been observed evidence has also been found of the every second of time that it is in opera- Â¬ presence of cadmium bismuth and tion shakes tbo earth for two squares silver which have always been con- Â¬ around tho mill Yet it is so easily sidered doubtful while the presence of controlled and so nicely adjusted that lead tin potassium lithium and tho tho hammer man has placed on tho cerium group is not confirmed anvil block beneath it a dolicatc wine Firing is only done properly when glass containing an egg and turning the fuel is consumed in the best possi- Â¬ on the steam full force would let tho ble way that is when no moro is ponderous weight above fall until at a burned than is necessary to produce certain distancs and then shut tho the amount of steam required and to steam off In this way tho hammer keep tho pressure uniform To obtain has been kept for several minutes this end complete combustion must bo gently tapping the glass nnd egg with- Â¬ obtained in the furnace and this is go Â¬ out breaking them But now the Government itself ia ing on when the fuel is burning with a bright flame evenly all over the grate going to throw all these marvelous Blue flames dark spots and smoke aro achievements in the background by tho evidences of incomplete combustion improvements at the navy yard in due to lack of air Washington City They will transform An interesting development in pho-Â¬ that quiet place into the most power- Â¬ tography is the uso of clockwork in ful workshop In the universe For in- Â¬ By this stance there wns not found in the mills printing from negatives means a continuous web of sensitized and foundries of the whole United paper is drawn at suitable intervals States travoing crane3 big enough under a negative exposed to a source tomove about tho immense castings and of light After printlug the paper is wrought iron parts of large cannon drawn still by the mechanism through which the war and navy departments toner and fixer suc- Â¬ havo projected These cranes are very washer cessively and appeaw finaUy as a familiar objects in the yard3 of iron They are simply a scries of finished pictures ready for mills everywhere mounting and all alike ia exposure block and tackle arrangement so fixed color and tone upon a steam car that they will pick Rapidity of execution not fine up a heavy piece of metal and rush of work is the distinguishing feature of speedily to any part of tho building American with it Tho largest of these travel Â¬ all American handicraft carpenters and wood workers do more ers in P ttsburgh will carry a burden good work in a given time than any of of thirty tons with safety to the ropes their brothors of other lands but it and rigging In tho Midvalo steel Pcnnslyvania does not havo tbe faultier neatness of works a traveling tho product of Chinese and French crane of twenty six tons capacity artisans The Chinese for instance has been erected to facilitate the make chairs cabinet and even houses handling of castings for the new witnout tho uso of a single nail and war ships The3e are now tho two every piece of wood is fitted to its largest apparatus of the kind in tho placo with hair line exactness It is country But work will soon be com Â¬ not considered exraordinary in China menced on a traveling crane for the to spend three years in tho construc- Â¬ Washington navy yard which will havo tion of a single beadatoad a carrying capacity of 110 tons This is intended fo- - use in the manufacture PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS of a 110 ton gun which when finished You caa always get a woman to will be the largest in the coast defense of the United States To turn this keep a secret if you give her chloroform wonderful cannon a lathe is now being enough Louisville Journal Poor Simpson A year ago he made which will surpass all other was ono of thirteen who sat down at a lathes in size The machine will have to be 120 feet long and will have a No dinner What is he dead tread of nine feet The gun itsell married last night Denver Repub-Â¬ will be fifty feet long and to turn and lican Ethel O papa did you see the bore it the lathe will of courso be re- Â¬ quired to be double that length new parlor lamp Aunt Julia sent me All tho tools and machinery to make tho latest thing out Papa It Its this big cannon are being made pur Â¬ will be Sunday nights anyway posely for the job so large and strong Terre Haute Express Tho occult is very popular in fic- Â¬ must they bo The contract for de- Â¬ tion just now as it always has been livery of tho necessary steel forging with husbands when they were trying has been concluded with the Bethlehem to explain to their wives just how it steel works of eastern Pennsylvania happened that they were so late in But before that company could make the forgings they had to erect a new coming home Journal of Education large enough for the big The New York Sun says The plant 110 ton gun will be of 13sizes iuch wickedness at present is safe The favorite caliber will roquire a charge of 1000 This rascality i3 per- Â¬ breaking pounds of powder and will throw a formed by those who have no particu- Â¬ projectile weighing 2000 pounds To business but aro best known au a lar even make these projectiles will neces- Â¬ Jack of vault raids sitate larger machinery in that line Now York City is said to support than Is now in existence Then to about six thousand lawyers and it is transport tho gun finally over the difÂ¬ claimed that the immense amount of ferent lines of a railroad if the ocean litigation done here through the courts route is not taken would roquire or private offices of counsel attracts stronger iron bridges than aro now In and keeps hero the highest legal talent uso So tho work of enlargement goes of tho State if not of the country on almost indefinitely Pittsburgh Cor Alas said a moralizing bachel Â¬ Cleveland Plain Dealer or within earshot of a witty young YELLOW FEVER MICROBES this world is at lady of the company Yes best but a gloomy prison They Aro ao 8mU Thnt llllllnns Can In Â¬ habit a Drop of lllood sighed the merciless minx especially A yellow fever microbe has the ap- Â¬ to the poor creature doomed to soli Â¬ pearance of three joints of sugar cane tary confinement Belinda No father I am reÂ¬ I got them from Washington in a glass solved not to give up Alonzo You tube that somewhat resembled a gourd Tho tiny microbes are placed may threaten and cajole as you will but rather than be parted we will die in the big end but by looking at it you could never tell thnt there was together Stern parent gruffly any thing but air in The small end Youll be lucky if you fce together is sealed up and tho microbes are in America If you really want to know which there though apparently dead Some of you is the better man why dont you microbes live in such places for twenty meet in some room in tbo presence of years a few friends and settle the matter to We will suppose ofnow that we want look at some them under the Why not quit blowing and go to fight Â¬ microscope Upon the little glass slide ing Sir replied the great man we put a drop of gelatine of the con- Â¬ with lofty scorn I am a professional sistency that will not run Wo take a Chicago Tribune prize fighter cambric needle and after heating it to Are you a guest of this house destroy all microbes that may be in the asked the clerk at the cigar stand ot a nir we quickly break tho seal of tho traveling man A what A guest gloss tube and insert the needle draw- Â¬ O nop not at all I am simply ing it out quickly aud reseating the permitted to live here tolerated at tho neck of the tube Â¬ Merrate of four dollars per day We insert tho needlo into the drop chant IVai efer of gelatine on the slide and quickly The report of Warden McComb put on tho little cover to shut such of tho San Quontin Cat prison shows germs or microbes that may bo float- Â¬ that opium smoking plays an Important ing about in the air Then wo place part in California crime Of 1377 the slide under tho microscope In prisoners now in that prison 600 were forty five minutes the microbes brought there through opium and its fully aroused from their Rip have Van associations Nearly all the thieves Winkle sleep and now you see what he says aro opium smokers curious things they are As I said bo Friend I always read your jokes fore they resomblo three joints of twice Fred Author Ah you find sugar cane but the joints are not them interesting then An author straight but at opposite angles whose writings aro reread can not be Take this fellow for instance and said to have written In vain Friend you see a joint drops off leaving them TJm yes ahem you seo I have to with two joints Presently another read your jokes twice because I can not joint joins onto the dropped joint and see the point at first Yankee Blade by this time a third joint appears on Say that you will be mine dear Â¬ No 1 Now look at No 2 and there is est Angolina I will upon one con- Â¬ a third joint Now a joint drops from Name it my adored and if No 1 and by the time It gain another dition it were to get you to the moon joint No 2 drops a joint and this with It is easier than that in brief simply the joint from No 2 join togethor and this that you will invite mo to spend a there is microbe No 4 Another joint month in your fathers house previous grows on Nos 1 and 2 and one drops Of course certain Â¬ from No 3 and these joining together to our marriage ly but why do you make such a Btrange make microbe No 4 and bo they go request Well I wish to learn to until the littlo drop of gelatine is a cook liko your mother N Y Ledger working seething mass of microbes Now these microbes are in the blood of a yellow fever patient and theres One More Unfortuuate where thoy live Thoy get into a blood Yes you bet marrigo is a failure corpuscle and cat out all tho red part he exclaimed as he came out ot a saloon as n darkey eats out the red meat of a wiping his chin Heres my own case watermelon and tbe blood is thon a drop of a clear fluid to prove To Dont you live happily asked ono can give you an idea of how many crowd into a corpuscle of blood let of the crowd me say that it tnke3 3200 corpuscles No strung together to raakoan inch Well Why you can string just 150000 microbes Why Because I have only three across the diameter of one corpuscle dollars a week to run on My wife consequently you can guess billions earns five but she wont give up but after billions of microbes in a drop ot thrco and Ive got to squeeze along on blood Tho theory ia that these mi Â¬ that while some other husbands have fifÂ¬ crobes eat up ones blood so rapidly aa teen Yesraarriaga is a dead fiat failure to take it all away from him in a very Nono of us husbands are loved and short time Some men can stand the letting of moro blood than others and 8ipported as we ought to bo Detroit consequently some men recover from Free Press yellotf fever Macon Ga Tckg aph SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY High - Pressure Living characterizes these modern days Tho result Is a fearful increase of Brain and Heart Diseases General De- Â¬ rsi iAWEER CkibSrtftm iiuimi COTW HE WW - oxrxb wane as caavaateat t nVe bayer as amy at j t 1 lsi PL i- 1 HI4Y j bility Insomnia Paralysis and In Â¬ sanity Chloral and Morphia augment the evil The medicine best adapted to do permanent good is Ayers Sar saparilla It parities enriches and vitalizes tho blood and thus strengthens every function and faculty 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