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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - V--- if rSS f II CAMS I I V 1 t O 1m m W 1 u e NUMBER 38 VOLUME PROFESSIONAL RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1889 The WHA7 MAKES ANARCHISTS FrjJt Which I Gatlicrel from the Upa Tree or Monopoly SMITH DR A j Tha tremendous discontents mon- aces and dangers of tho present timo lR CTICE LlMITKB TB DENTISTRY aro tho natu al issue of an erroneous unjust ajd oppressive economical sys Â¬ FFK K S hii IViiluit M in Mieet tem Tho monopoly tariff and ovor Offire tun lo taxation aro at tho bottom 900 to 200 M of all tho V tf 400 evils that threaten D D S byWo have anarchy force as preached MORGAN puny agitators who live upon tho r tiKMt L Mwn rtrtfl rtvvr Madi contributions of complaining wage earners On the other side wo hayo 11 Nwhm i fttMik KmHhiumuI Ky tho protected manufacture of anarchy ii 21 privilege compounded on privilege DR J M POYNTZ bounties and monopoly piling up the wealth of the whole people and resign Â¬ AND SUHOEON mSUlAN ing that wealth into fewer and fewer OFFICE iSt wml Bre t next to greedier and greedier hands june22tf Wliites Drim Store i o nave anarchy more hideous monster Ho who goes G EVANS M D thantovice the with it is contaminated out parley AND SURGEON He who seeks to excuso it is lost But PHYSICIAN anarchy is tho fruit which is gathered OFFICE Neoond street Irom tho upas trco of monopoly It is juiifSaf logical that all tho scoundrolst hotÂ¬ martyrs and fools other DRS TAYLOR ASHE heads should flock to gatheroftribute worlds Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery from tho high wagos of America and it is a matter of courco that be- Â¬ RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetovtr Dykes ing cozened tho iro of such adventur Â¬ ers should cool only on tho scaffold juue22t t2rocry Store When therefore society tramples on the red and black flags when tho DR JOHN M fomontors of bloody strife aro caught MAIN STREET and punished society has only healed Next Door to Luxnns Up Stairs the ulcer society has not destroyed Residence at Cor Main and Tates Creek tho seed of tho sore So long as thero Avenue shall be a coal monopoly lo freeze juue22 tf widows and orphans a Hocking Val- Â¬ ley syndicate to extirpate minors DR professtonnl services to the Standard Oil Trnst to torrify a dozon OflTS Ills Slates and olect Senators who desert public ONfee in drug store en lower Main thoir own party on pecuniary quesjiiIy2T ly tions a copper trust to add doublo to Street ltfoltmwi Ky tho cost a sugar trust to drive men DR U C AMBROSE out of employment and into the places of the striking car drivers a flour trust a trust for every eatable potablo FORO KY and convenient a trust of Senators Offlce iHHira 2 to 4 oclock in the af who doublo tho price of every woolen teriKHHt thing in every houso and on every jneS2 tf human balng In the Nation so long Anarchists will make their apparition W T SEXSMITU M D The dragons teeth of protection must PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON not be sown if the armed malcontents or anarchy bo not expected to spring Will J E HALL KY out of our once blessed soil Offer hi proici nhtaal services to the Why is anarchy new Why did our aj 17 1 vr forefathers fail to see that fanatics from European tyrannies would some CORNELISON J day charm our people away from Iholl ItK H MONO KENTUCKY native orators It is because our fore Â¬ fathers did not dream that statesmen Practicing Physician and Presidents could ever rise up to preach a tax is a ouYr- - hi that Irfr knml eervievs to28-the surplus that 300000000 blessingwise con-aÂ¬ MibiK of is a traction of the moneys that tobacco SM is a necessity and sugar a luxury that a man should havo a seat in the 1HYSICIAN AND SURGEON Cabinet because by tax farming he had RICHMOND KENTUCKY amassed a fortune with which to bribe OnV n Ski ill Uuikliug mi Main electors jauly Tbcso things defy reason Sirre That their combined wickedness as linked M D in the McKinley platform should gain HW tho popular approval completes the PHYSICIAN and SURGEON cause the source the fountain of an RICHMOND KY archy No other land is so insane OrnVe im tSiHiid Buikliug on Main Hither lot all criminals hurry The Street wrong is right here Hero the poor SpeetMl atteuiiifH given to Microscop Â¬ may be robbed for they havo been ical mimI MHiHiial examinations of persuaded it Is well to be despoiled tis u ami fltMn nf lilt- - humnti body Can Americans go on hanging vil- Â¬ 22jMH lf lains of a low degree without looking higher Are wicked men steeped in DR C S HOLTON scandal swollen with plunder to strut Hwnwfuthlc Physician and Surgeon before the Nation forever hastening with haughty brow the oviction of Richmond Kkntucky our inhabitants and welcoming the dis Â¬ Office Mam Street overD M Brishts order of aliens M to Office boars 830 10 1 100 These questions are here The Goulds on the outside and the Senators 400 P M Special attention given to dieeaecs of on the inside of official life havo intro- Â¬ women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and duced a novel order of things Why Homeopathic medicine sent to any ad- Â¬ not return to the democratic ways may 16 1 r- which made this laud the envy of man- Â¬ dress Why sustain a feudal system kind which is fast fetching us revolution DR H R GIBSON Surgery revolutionists and anarchy in fact Practitioner in Medicine Chicago Herald WILKES -- jw2 j7c boa political corruptionist Efforts were lately made to indict Dudley for corrupt conduct in connection with tho Indiana olection but through tho in- Â¬ fluence of General Harrisons friends those efforts were in vain Dudley was protected becauso ho is General Harrisons friend General Harrison is no better than Blaine Chicago Globe REPUBLICAN CRIME Soma or tho Unholy W FOSTER aged bj the G O P An Irvington correspondent dissents from a Democratic assertion that if Dudley had been convicted and di Â¬ vulged what he knew of Republican rascality it would have consigned that party to ovorlasting disgrace and oblivion He thinks if revelations of Republican rascality would have that effect tho g o p would long ago havo gone down in disgrace and in support of this contention ho recites tho record of Republican Knavery which includes among other things the following The Credit Mobiller swindle The B033 Shepherd ring frauds The safe burglary iniquity Tho whisky ring frauds The Frccdmans Bank swindle The Belknap impeachment Tho Robeson naval frauds The Sanborn frauds The Indian Bureau frauds Tho Black Friday rascality The stealing of the Presidency of 1876 Tranactlonj Man Â¬ tho fact that they had been beaten thousands of votes at tho elec- Â¬ tion When thoso fraudulent con- Â¬ tests were made tho peoplo of tho South were greatly excited but none of tho carpet bag contestants evor suf- Â¬ fered any bodily harm Is it likely that now when tho Southern people havo settled down to a condition of thorough tranquility and when no political point can bo gained by them by resorting to violencesuch an assassi- Â¬ nation would be committed for political reasons The idea is too ab3urd to bo entertained for a moment Clayton is represented to havo been a man of hininblo disposition Ho re- Â¬ ceived tho votes of many Democrats Ho was beaten by so largo a majority that his contest wa3 hopeless In tho faco of theso facts it is difficult to be Â¬ lieve that his murder was conspired by his political opponents The Dem- Â¬ ocratic Legislature of Arkansas has offered n large reward for the detec- Â¬ tion and arrest of the murderer In so doing it has not merely taken a proper step for tho vindication of tho law but it has given tho lie to tho chargo that tho assassination of Clay- Â¬ ton was a political murder Harris burg Pa Patriot MEETING EXPECTATIONS Mr Harrison Admlli Jta SObserrlcncy to the Protective Tariff Leiigue Tho American Protectlvo Tariff League is thdorlginrlbody of political fat men in this country Ono of its purposes before tho recent election was to secure 1000 men who would subacrlbo 100 each to promote tho protection Of American labor In this it was successful early in the can- Â¬ vass and it then extended its oper- Â¬ ations to special industries Thus from tho iron industry an assessment of 750000 was levied and paid The chemical industty was Invited to chip in but raised less than 30 000 many in the business refusing to subscribe Theso funds wore used in a manner beyond discovery even by a dark lantern In brief this league and its sub agencies raised more money for Harrison than the Repub- Â¬ lican National Committee did directly although the latter body had L P Mortons blank chocks at command It is iristrtlctife td dote that Ben ilnrriebri fully appreciates tho sdrvices of this league He has just sent its president a lotter which roads thus INDIANAroLIS PHIL ROBERTS 1 Â¬ I itli F assassination of Garfield Through theso and other Republic- Â¬ an crimes tho neonlo oflhis emintrv have been robbed of over 600i000i000 and yet the g o p holds Its own honce our Irvington friend is natural- Â¬ ly Incredulous when assured that tha exposure of the Republican iniquities in me last campaign would consign the party to everlasting disgrace and ob-Â¬ livion or do itany harm whatsoever He concludes his lottor which would bo printed in full but for the great pressure upon our columns with tho timely admonition Give us an iron- Â¬ clad election law Indianapolis Sentinel PUBLIC OPINION Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Tho Indian brlbory of 188a Blaino Speakership jobbery Star route frauds Mulligan letters Llttlo Rock railroad enterprise DR LETCHER York How to boil down a thousand If Ammtdoten Eq Aea sooner Cits My Dear to scknonledgo Sr I have not been able and ono statesmen politicians and your telegram ot the ISth extending to me party shysters into seven competent the congratulations of the American Protec me assure you that constitutional advisers is what both- Â¬ tive Tariff League Letthis cordial expressionI appreciate very highly ers Mr Harrison Marthas Vineyard and that It will be my sincere purpose to meet Â¬ Ind Jan 2J 1831 Eltcard Herald BRIGHT 2o 61 50 RED HOUSE ICY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY HARRISON AND BLAINE A Thero seems to bo no longer a doubt Offers hi professional nervices to the Lin any quarter that Mir Blaine is to be puMie Office at Powells store Secretary of btate It Is entirely Bate 12- to say however that he has not a friend in the administration household Mr Blaino will not become a member of tho Cabinet becauso he is liked by Attorneys At Law The plumed the rresident elect RICHMOND KY knight and his friends assert that he Special attention civen to abstracting more than any of the rest of the party is entitled to the first place in the Cab Â¬ titles to IniidK in Eastern Kentucky OflVe in Climax building S E inetand he is General Harrison Corner Main and Second Streets up could not have been nominated with Â¬ June 23 tf stairs out the Blaino influence With few exceptions the corporation representa- Â¬ BURNAM tives tho cormorants and boodlcrs were Blaine men and they dominated General Harrison tho conventirn RICHMOND KENTUCKY knows this Why then should ho gratifying A R Bur have hesitated abcut OFFICE with V F June 22 It Blaines present ambition nam on First Street It is idle for Harrison to pose as a A SULLIVAN man of special integrity in politics He deceived no one by his recent utterance in a Grand Army post in It is favor of honest elections KENTUCKY RICHMOND known that tho workors of his party OFFICE on Fin t street same as plans formerly occupied by County Judge in Indiana submitted all their to him and that he largely directed ct6 ly Miller tho campaign in that State Ho was with tho committee daily for weeks CS before the olection and no scheme of - fraud or corruption could have been concocted without bis knowledge RICHMOND KY Within ten days of the election his 22 tf Office on Second Street June son came from Indianapolis to Chi- Â¬ cago and It was said he collected S largo sum3 from rich men here to promote his fathers chances This money It was said was solicited and contributed for use in Indiana Does RICHMOND KY bellovo that the young man Office corner Main and First streets any one visited Chicago without his fathers up trtaini over Ramseys knowledge or that the money was needed at that late day in tho cam Â¬ CIIAS S POWELL Cer Â¬ J SrEED SMITH paign for legitimate purposes Nover bofore In tho tainly not SMITH history of tho country has it boej suspect thai a son of a Presi Â¬ dential candidate and a member of his lathers household had been en gaged in suoh desplcablo buslnoss It is truo that on his return to Indian npolis in an Interview with tho of a Chicago newspaper We represent ten of the utroiicesl tho son donicd tho charge bufc thero Fire Insurance OmnpanrSi Iu the aro many horo who do not believe ho world wp represent the company tliut told tho truth Somo of tho Chicago ban the largest capital the largest paid men who wore said to have given f5 up capital the largest assetH the onl The sons lixxu 8 without 000 each are well known rfnii il if iui It much I Fcount and decs not agree In Us i denial is doubtless entitled to as IHltcy make you wnit sixty uay credit as tho fathors protestation in We favor of nn honest Datiou afier a fire l get your money write at in jHtti rates given uy any And again knowing Dudloys char company then actor and methods General Harrison i vim to on the Execu Why not Insure the Best tive Committee he nlaoedRepublican NaÂ¬ of the Onr com iw nies are backed by over tional Committeo as his friend and 542000000 capllaj and nverSJSot00000 representative Did he do this be- Â¬ sels It will lie Iihi late after yu are to be elected honor burned out Call and eee us before you cause ho desired ably or not at aur uenorai ixur Injure elewhere Onr rates and terms son then inew as ho now knows that re trie best Dudley has been for years oputed to Clear and IntUiputmble Case or Blanter Like Man Like PARRISH TURNER Attorney at Law J ET Attorney at Law Attorney at LawW MOBERLEY POWELL Attorney at Law 1- POWELL Fire Insurance J rl in 29 28 SMITH POWELL j Tho election of Washburn in Minnesota adds another to tho long list of millionaires in the Federal Sen Â¬ ate American politics arc getting to havo a strong savor of the auction block all around New Haven News Do what he may Mr Sherman ing tho election Its members invested will never convince tho American peo- Â¬ sums of money in the Harrison canvass ple that he is a great man Ho ha just as they would have Invested never even been ablo to convince a money in other extra hazardous National convention of his own party business projects Tho risk was largo that ho is a rcmarkablo person Courier- but on the other hand if tho plan NOTES AND COMMENTS -Journal succeeded big dividends were expected Tho farmers of Vermont want This organization in brief was aptly The Republican Senators aro more protection Farmers havo as described by Governor Hill in his pow Â¬ read to fight for a coaling station good right to all tho protection they erful letter to tho Harlem Democratic in tho middle of tho Pacific Ocean but they wont reduce the tax on home coal want as any other class No one need Club Our Democratic President forced the light Chicago Herald ask where the consumer comes in Oh all along tho line Uo no wo novor mention him Boston ing srmy whose center was was confronted by If Colonel Dudley should bo chiefly composed of an Transcript Rop monopolists whose right wing was made np made Commissioner he could grant and whose Every true American must re-Â¬ ot mercenaries impostors left wing Included himself a patent on tho block-of-fiv- o a in the garb joice that John Sherman has never ofmultitude ofpatriotism ot clothe Washington scheme for distributing boodle Louis- Â¬ pretended whom ville Courior Journal A man who thinks In his farewell letter bade us beware been President As tho contribution of this league that Congressional elections should be JohnWanamaker having dropped regulated by tho President is about as was large its just expectations into the slot tho biggest campaign near to monarchy as ho can well get aro doubtless large also and Mr contribution evidently expects tho ma- Â¬ on this side of the water Louisville Harrison is now presumably commit- Â¬ chine to drop a Cabinet appointment ted to any and overy increase of tariff Wheeling W Va Register Courier JournaL Instigated by the deviL tho The New York Tribune uses taxes that monopoly may seek to twenty type setting machines and a wring from tho people How Mr Am- - United States Scnato has put a tariff stockholder says that machine work mldown stated thoso just expecta- Â¬ duty on tho word of God Theso fel- Â¬ pays If there is a paper in New York tions we are not informed his tele Â¬ lows if left alone will put a special where machine work can be made gram possibly having been marked tax upon tho oxistenco of their own profitable it is the Tribune as its rec Louisville Courier Journal mothers On Saturday private use wisely ord in the last campaign showed Mr Harrison was presented with a What a chanco Jingd James is Springfield Republican copy of tho Bible taxed twenty five missing How he would declare war It is related that in Indiana so prcont and4n its wisdom tho Amer- - and let some one else do the fighting many of the Republicans want to go to lean Protective Tariff leaguo may James has just missed a great many the inauguration and stay to get an of- Â¬ have seen fit to send him another chances lie came within one of being fice that in many localities they draw copy with the page turned down at honest Chicago Leader lots to seo who shall stay to look after Matthew xxv 29 1 A great many Republicans aro the cattlo and saw the wood The Unto every one that hath shall be given find skating on very thin ice nowadays tn him but story Is probably exaggerated as tha he shaU have shallabundance away from that When they go through as very many eren be taken that hath not women could attend to such incidents which he hath of them must since there are hardly St Paul Globe AlbapyN Y Argus offices enough to go round they will not fall into tho water but into tho The New York Evening TeleHUMOROUS HITS gram thinks that if Jingo Blaine I soup N Y Herald Secretary of State in the Harrison Hex lose less sleep from troubled con In repudiating tho action of tho Administration thero is one circum- Â¬ cieaces than from poor cooking German commander on the spotPrinco Is to bo found Sarah Bebxhabdt punch stance that may deter him from rush- Â¬ atneariyall receptions tbesa days They Bismarck has acted liko a sensiblo ing madly into strife It isnt easy call It that becauso it la so thin man It is unfortunate for the ReÂ¬ at present to seo whero any nitrate or Wnsx you write to a member of Congress publicans in tho Senate that ho should guano bed jobbery could figure in a for laf armatioa on any subject you are sure havo done so under a protest and re-Â¬ to get a frank war with Germany It would be a your letter reply provided he answers monstrance from Mr Bayard but warfare involving principle and thlj AWAsnrxoTox paper noting tho depart- Â¬ these little mishaps are unavoidable Is not exactly in Blaino s line N Y Post ure of several statesmen on a short excur- Â¬ sion says They wUl return to day If Wo hope tho Republicans of Ar- Â¬ THE CLAYTON MURDER they axe able kansas will bo patriotic enough to BaAKzsrEAKE says theres good in every Why the Democratic Tarty I In No Wise thing but the man who has taken a five check the attempt to make a party Responsible tor the Crime dollar counterfeit bill can not riia to the question of tho Clayton murder at The assassination of John M Clay- Â¬ level of the poets insight least until after tho hanging It will ton an Arkansas Republican politi- Â¬ bo timo enough to investigate tho Â¬ A small city girl visiting wlh her assassins politics after his neck has cian is attributed by Republican news papers as a matter of course to His mother at a friends houso In tho boon broken in accordance with tho country and seeing some guinea hens political opponents If a Pennsylva laws of Arkansas for such cases mado Mamma look at thoM nia Democratic politician had heon exclaimed St Louis Republic and provided chickens with calico dresses on murdered under similar circumstances would be Republican newspapers Tho Cornhill Magazine tells an Confidence Begot of Success quite content to await tho develop Â¬ amusing story of an ignorant YorkÂ¬ So confident are the manufacturers ment of evidence in tho case before shire man who persisted in using a they would ever admit that politics of that world famed remedy Br positively harmful quack medicine had any thing to do with the matter Pierces Golden Medical Discovery The rector appealed to tho mans wifo To tho jaundiced eyes of tho Repub- Â¬ that it will do all that they represent to exercise her influence saying that lican journalist the South isa Nazar Â¬ In the cure of liver blood and Iudr her husband was surely killing him Â¬ eth out of which nothing but evil can diseases that after witnessing its self To which she tearfully replied possibly come At tho Bame time it is thousands of cures for many years past I know It and manys a timo Tve a fact that more murders aro com Â¬ they now feel warranted in selling it prayed against it in the church serv mitted in tho Northern States in pro- Â¬ as they are doing through druggist ice referring to a passage in the portion to population than In the under a jHwltlve guarantee of its glvlug Litany which she had always rendered South and some of thorn within tho satUfactiou in every case or mouey From all false doctoring good Lord last twelve months were duo to politi- Â¬ paid for it wjll be refunded No med Â¬ deliver us aa cal animosities icine of ordinary uieiit could be sold A young man from tho country About thirty years ago an assassina Â¬ couditiona with had applied to his physician for ad Â¬ tion of a character quite similar to under such severe town profit to ita proprietors and no other vice After prescribing tho regimen that of Clayton occurred in the ho wished his patient to follow ho of Jacksonville III Hon Murray Mc tuediciue for the disease fur which it And remember only ono ono of tho ablest lawyors in is recommended was ever before sold added ConnelL Some weeks more promiÂ¬ under a guarantee of a cure or uo pay cigar after each meah that State and a much Well later tho young man returned nent Democrat than Mr Clayton has Iu all blood taints and impurities of my youthful friend inquired Escu Republican was shot dead in whatever name or nature it is moat been a how havo you observed my lapius his office at Jacksonville by somo ono positive iu its curative efiefb Pirn rules Pretty faithfully doctor who fired at him through tho window plee blotches eruptions aittrall skin Only business assassin was never discovered The bcalp dh euses are radically cured the murÂ¬ and this wonderful medicine Scrofu- Â¬ has bothered mo some You should but nobody evor attributed by understand that I had nover smoked der to politics Thero were however lous dUeae may effect the glands Judge quito as good reasons for styling that Excuse mc said the parcel man as there aro for causing swellings or tumors the bones a political murder white swell ilng fever sores but I left a package hero about an doing tho same in tho case of Clay- Â¬ lns or hlp Jolut disease or tho hour age which should have been de-Â¬Â¬ ton reYes sir It Is not reasonable to bellovo that tissues of the lungs causiug pulmonary livered next door but you cant get it the assassination of Clayton was duo consumption No matter iu which plied tho girl Because tho Why to tho fact that he was a contestant for one of lta myriad forms it crops out just yet Golden Medica lady hasnt had Mmo to undo it and ex Â¬ a seat in Congress For years it was or manifests itself the practice dl tho Republican carpet Discovery will cure it II used preserv- - amine tho contents Please call in about Detroit Free Press half an hour haggers down South to contest tho lugly aud In time seats of Democratic Congressmen elect It Is astonishing how many old Its thousands of cures are the beet on trivial grounds with tho Inevitable fellows successful man always advertisements for Dr Sages Catarrh schoolho used ato have Soraorvlllo that the Republican Congressos Remedy result It finds Journal would Bcattho contestants in eplto of Â¬ thatone-clgar-after-mcal the just expectations ot those who not ocly rejoice In the result ot the late election but whose contribution to that success Was so earnest and so large With kind regards for vo sir personally I am Very sincerely yours Bexjaum HAnauox of this The just expectations league were abundantly set forth dur- Â¬ Â¬ THE TARIFF PROBLEM What High Protection Means and Why Its Hardens 3Iast Re KemoTcd Hon Roger Q Mills makes a con cise statement of the necessity of tariff reform wnen no says tnat tnc same broad principle runs through Indus1 trial and human freedom and it is boUnd to prevail Between tho parties on tho tariff issue tho question is altogether this of liberty There is no political lib- Â¬ erty apart from industrial and com- Â¬ mercial liberty It is not a ques Â¬ tion of percentages but of system of Tho government of tl government frCO peoplo must to proservo their1 freedom tako their money as taxes As long as taxes are just and equal It makes no great difference how they are levied Tariff taxes considered morely as taxes for government rev- Â¬ enue arid restricted to government deeds aro tho best Beyond this they arc tho worst lho most insidious in- Â¬ struments of oppression that tyranny ever devised to accomplish by fraud and indirection what it fears to at-Â¬ tempt by an open cxerciso of power If it wore not a question of liberty the whole issue on tho tariff would soon disappear Sixty million people would not long listen to wrangles over percentages but when their rights and thoir freedom are concerned thoy will listed and it will fidt be long bo forG they will ccaso to listen td atiti The whole plutocratic power of tho country is massed in support of tho system that has mado plutocracy pos- Â¬ sible in America that has fastened on the country an industrial and commer- Â¬ cial slavery under which tho vast ma- Â¬ jority of tho peoplo aro required to blindly abandon their industrial and commercial nght3 not to tho gov Â¬ ernment thoy havo established but to a class created by class law withnono of tho restraints of an official govern- Â¬ ing class but with all its vices Tho conditions thus created aro not to bo borne by a people that desires to remain free Not only is the serfdom of labor consequent upon them but a worse consequence is the negation of the right of tho American citizen to control his own affairs in every thing that doos not involve unjust interfer Â¬ ence with tho rights of others If tho American citizen has any liberty at all it is tho liberty of wearing what clothing ho pleases without Government inter- Â¬ ference of selecting his own food of determining for himself what articles it is best for him to buy and what not to buy It is not denied and it can not bo denied that the protectionists refuso to concede that any such right exists Thoir wholo theory is that tho Ameri- Â¬ can citizen must be forced by a juggld of tho tax laws to use goods of ono brand only the goods that havo the American Protective Trust brand on them President Cleveland fitly character- Â¬ ized this system when ho called it tho communism of capital It is a tyr-Â¬ anny that will bo overthrown Tho question is of liberty not of per cent St-- Louis Republic FULL OF A crochety FUN London journal asks of American girls that charm so many foreign No its tho girls green- Â¬ backs Fogg says that somo of tho peoplo on the theatrical stage remind him of his liver because they dont act worth a cont New York Girl Why do you dis- Â¬ like Macbeth Miss Lakeside Chi Â¬ cago Girl Becauso tragedy seems so commonplace to mc You know my papa ha3 a slaughter house What kind of stories do bald headed men prefer asked McwillU gen Dont know Im not bald re-Â¬ plied Squildig Hair What kind raising stories of course Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph Willie Ma can any thing be for- Â¬ eign and domestic too Mother Moth- Â¬ No William Yes it can er You aro wrong my eom Willlo I aint Whats tho matter with Bridget Jinks I mado a bet with Miss do Pink last night Blinks Coves against a necktie I suppose How did you know Oh womon always bet that way If they win they Insist that it waa a box of glovos they were to have if ihey lose yoli get d Philadel Â¬ twentj fi vc cenl necktie phia Record Clara Mother just think of ill Mother What is it my daughter Charles has insured his life for my benefit for 60000 He has Well now my daughter there is no longer any objection to your making him that angel cake you havo been talking about Texas Sittings i A man was noticed to fall off a street car tho other day and was found in an insensible condition On reviving his first words were She thanked me sho thanked mo Who a man in Tho lady I gave up my the crowd Impossible he must bo seat to crazy were the comments of thoso who heard the mans statement And he was carried away to tho asylum Yankee Blade Plumbers Wife I should like td countermand the order for those 5carat earrings if it is not too late Jeweler Certainly madam Something finer I suppose Plumbers Wife Well hardly My husband thinks that this winter has been a little too warm for diamonds Ill take a pair of thoso gold plated cuff buttons Jewelers Weekly if it is the pink faces ALL KINDS OF PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS M i s -- S il eV n m O THE NEW FIEM OF m r 0 P Shackelford Gentry 2 - Y-e- -s 3 will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor to mer- Â¬ it the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as thej public generally whom they will serve with increased fa- Â¬ cilities 0 0 M 1J o ftefa Beltt Ul an a fee s th ape 32 PRIDE MORTIFIED KENTUCKY EtHTRiL B ltow a Silly Voting Woman Was Punished by a Sensible Young Connt At a ball givun In Pyrmont a cele- Â¬ brated watering placo in Germany thd tutor of a young Count a Gottingeri student requested a young lady to dance with him Just as the danco was about to commence the lady in- Â¬ With whom havo I quired of him I am tho tho honor of dancing replied her tutor of Count Von Z partner And a commoner I pre- Â¬ sume she rejoined to which he an- Â¬ Oh then swered in the affirmative continued tho lady as sho withdrew her hand from that of tho tutor I beg you will excuso mo for mamma has forbidden me to danco with a commoner This rebuff completely threw tho modest preceptor out of countenance for on tho continent to bo so deserted on the eve of a dance is to lose caste for the rest of the night if not longer It is supposed to indicate the cxistenco of somo mortal taint discovered by tho person who quits the side of another and which is exaggerated into some Â¬ thing heinous by tho company partic Â¬ ularly if they are utterly ignorant of what it is The young man quitted the room and sought the open air to breatho more freely and collect him- Â¬ self His pupil followed him and learned the cause of his distress You shall soon havo ample satis- Â¬ faction for this mortification said tho generous Count and hastened back to tho ball room followed by his tutor Tho moment was propitious Prepara tions were going forward for anothor waltz tho young Count requested tho rejector of his tutor to bo his partner in tho dance and she eagerly accepted the proposal no doubt greatly rejoic- Â¬ ing at the immense stride sho had taken from ranking with the tutor to pairing off with tho wealthy noble Just before tho danco began ho ad- Â¬ dressed to her tho question which sho With whom havo I herself had put With tho the honor of dancing Lady Von B sho replied Oh I beg pardon said the Count but papa has forbidden mc to danco with any but Countesses and instantly quitted her side Ho bad tho satisfaction of hearing that his conduct was applauded by every sensiblo person In the room Few will deny that it was a wcll- mcrlted punishment N Y Ledger How Selfishness Grows Selfishness is an exceedingly unpop- Â¬ ular vice But when wo consider how many fond and foolish parents spend years in doing nothing but trying to please their children aud nover develop tho childrens sense of duty never call their attention to tho rights of others nover accustom them to give way to others or perform services for others we ought not to wonder that so many persons are wholly devoted to tho grat- Â¬ ification of self The limb that is not used becomes weak and soft and will at length dwindle and wither but tho mighty right arm of tho blacksmith still thickens and hardens the longer And it ho wields the sledge hammer is just so with all tho faculties of body arid mind Once a Week The Blood BLUE GRASS ROUTE tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west FAST LINE BETWEEN Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- WAGONS and CARTS WHITE Clotiaier 30 29 CJGCxIES B Â¬ ytaxt 3 dat lneet iUtt ate 4 vatttt JcSo Ttfc aMat 1 cssat SMfc fL JLJLta jworer Mifc- ti - TaH AT McKEES OLD STANDJ Lexington No 2 SOUTH DOUND Kx Sun Cincinnati No Dally No 6 BxJbau Cor First and Main Streets Richmond Ky apis Mat 83a am 815 pm 200 pm Lve Covington pm 3 Lve Kalmoutli 1003 lB Lve fynlhlHiiH 1105 am 1034 pm 430 pra 1140 am 10C50 pm 510 pm Arr riris An- LeslnKtnn lajopm 1130 pm 610 P Xve Paris 1150 am 1055 pm 520 pra Arr Winchester ujS pm 1135 pm 605 pm ItlclllllODt- l- 300 pm 710 P Arr vio pm Arr Lancaster 600 pm Arr SiantorU lve Klclimoiul roi pm Arr llerea 320 pm S 45 P Arr Livingston - T1 Jbrid 9 v Mil o JtD3 r rr rD USES WI BLF sef MC ptev MB NORTH BOUND Lve Llvlngslou lve lleren Arr Richmond Lve Hlnnforl Lve Lancaster Arr Ulcliniouil Lve ltlcliinunit Arr Winchester -- Arr Paris Lve IexhiKtoti Lve ran lve Iynllilnna Lve Kill mouth Arr Covington No 3 No I No 5 GEHTS FURNISHING GOODS TRUNKS fcoo am 1035 am 1145 am - 720 ara 810 ara 1100 am 130 pm 650 am 335 p ra 740 a m 335 pm 835 am yco pm 7 35 am 300 pm pm 835 am 3 40 pm pm 4 06 p m 906 a m pm ioto3 am pm 451 600 pm 1115 am 650 Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times aprlStf ae or si w 1 lite 8 an fO vs AE ae vr 1 MAYSV1LLE SOUTH BOUND BRANCH HxHuu fcoo No W Dolly Kx Huu No K Daily r Lve MytvlIIe Johnsou Carlisle Mlllerxbuns Arr ram Lexington unvinioon NORTH BOUND Lve Covington Lexlnglou Arr Mlllentburg Carlisle JnhiiKon Mayxvllle am a am fcco pm No II No 9 Dally Dally Ex Hun Ex Sun 1115 635 739 SS 830 915 r am am am ara 334 pm sy Pm i5 pm 140 pra 35 P 6ck pra BR ra 83s ara 1015 ara 1050 am 857 a m 3i am s 435 pm 530 pm 547 pra 6tn pm 75 Pm 740 pm pra No ngton and Winchester ar15 leaves Lexington 715 p m rive Paris 755 p m Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lcx W B WHITE e Direct connection Is made at WlnclieMer with Chesapeake and Ohio for Jit Sterling Ashlaud Huntington Charleston Y Vu nrnl Eastern Cities FAST LINE No 3 and i run via Win clieterKolia Trains with ItiUman Sleeping Cars netween Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Ilaegage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent ot the Coninauyor Breck Phelps- - HBACON SF Jen Iassr Agt li Trav PassY AgL Lexington Ky Covington Ky B MORSE II E HUNTINGTON Richmond General OGlces Covington Ky Jeul Mansger F B CARIt AgU Ky N 106 W Main St uext door to Second National Bank A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every deecriptioa The UNIVERSAL 1LOW both right and left hand equal to any plow Doublo Shovel Plows made The best cultivator in the market Sewer Pipe in abundance PUMPS n 30- jlrd-w-A-r- A JPULTL LINE OF TINWARE LUBN THE MOST Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORD3R - EXTENSIVELY ADVERTISED to LAUNDRY BLUE iH THE WORLD BREGE WHOLCSALE PHELPS CO c Is the source of health therefore NO FREEZE keep well purify the blood by Inking Slass or Dust Hoods Sarsapariila This medicine is peculiarly designed to act upon the NEVER smxssnii3 blood aud through that upon all the 03 SPATTE3 ZrSKw 50 per cent organs aud tissues of Iho body It jBBBaamTBftaBIBLsl cheaper and upon the has a specific action also better than any other bluing In the world secretions and exertions and awlsts BLUINE is more convenient than any other bluing nature to expel from the system scrof- BLUINE Is more economical became yon can put ula humors impure particles and In Just the exact amount and no more BLUINE Is clean and seat no dust no spattering efTete matter through tlioluugi-- liver or spillln bowels kidneys aud skin It effect BLUTNE Is in small sheets packed in a handsome envelope and would be aa ornament on any tially aids wej impaired and debili tabs tated organs A trial will convince BLUINE Is the cheapest because it Is the best you that it does possess pecullnr cura- Twenty Four Washings for Ten Cents 35 33 tive powers M Â¬ Â¬ THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS OF fl a j fs a p jiaa rdff sigTin rf t x m - Watedatai times OenenI Agents Salesmsn rar Iowa has a crematory WboieUs and IteUU Trade also men women bojs aUglrlstodosdrrrtUnilinTeryTlctnlty for disposing of the city refuse It coat only 1700 and disposes of H dead animals and garbage witli great BLUINE M P CO West Acton Mass j 2449 celerity without oileusivo odor JJcs Moines s 3 Qf JESgJs- 7x s sssi YX yv yKv IKV s xy A y it xx A v i v Jjm fS i sj Hji 2 YS S rrir FOR THE TRADE FINE VEHICLES i I 1 -- iiw Imiih aif SSBi kS 9m f i Write for Catalogue CIKCIHKATI OHIO 30 5 US A BL FSi 1 1 MR 9Vr -- - VW Print Shows through I Splendid Healtbe THE COUBIEH JUUKNAL The neprescntatiTe Paper of tho SonthWest largest Circulation of Any Democratic Newspaper in America - THE CLIMAX -- FIFTIETH CONGRESS Second Seulon Washixotoh Feb SrsATr A number Cf licht houio bills and other small measures were passed Peniton vetoes were read and referred Hoase amendments to Mrs Sheri dans pension bill were agreed to House bill to divide a portion ot the Sioux reserraUon in Dakota was passed Tbe army appropriation bHt was considered Eulogies ot the late Rep resentative Burses ot Missouri followed until S5p sl when the Senate adjourned Houst In the House filibustering was com menced by Mr Bland Mo to prevent consid eration ot measures by unanimous consent G F Booher Ma was sworn In to succeed the late James M Burnet The California elecUon contest case of Sullivan ts Felton was called up and fiUbasteriog resulted Senate amend ments to tbe agricultural appropriation bill were non concurred in Roll calls and call ot the House consumed the entire day the Re publicans refusing to rote At 515 p m the House adjourned Washington Feb St Sevate In the Senate a private Mil was passed over the Presidents veto A number ot House bills were reported Tbe House amendment to the Senate bill filing the rate et pension at seventy five dollars a month for the widow ot General Kilpatrlck was agreed to The army appro priation bill was considered and passed A number ot House bills were passed and after a bnet secret session the Senate at 6rf p m adjourned House In the House half a dozen pension Tetoes were read and filibustering prevented stupensl n motions until 11 oclock Several bills on the Speakers table were passed The tuudry civil appropriation bill was reported end a conference ordered on Senate amendments The deficiency appropriation bill was considered and passed The Indian ap propriation MH was taken up and arier aloos struggle by BUnd against the delivery of a speech en Crisp ot Georgia by Kennedy of Ohio the latter was allowed toproceol tor halt an hour Crisp and Turner replied and at 530 p m a recess was taken until 8 pm for the In dian bill Washisotos Feb ST Sen ate The con ference report on the Agricultural Department appropriation bill was presented and agreed to The Senate bill to amend the law to provide fer the better protection of the salmon fisheries of Alaska was passed Hawleys resolution was passed for printing the Inaugural addresses ot all the Presidents Bills were reported for the admission ot Idaho and Wyoming the confer ence report on the Senate bill to amend the Inter State commerce law was considered nntil 6 SO p m when the Senate adjourned HOUSE On motion of Mr Culbertson Tex the Senate amendment was concurred in to the Hoase bill requiring U S Judges to instruct jertes in writing Id certain cases Several bills were passed uader the special order The Indian appropriation bill was considered and passed The conference report on the Dis trict appropriation bill was submitted and at CMS the House adjourned Wabhtsgtos Feb 88 Senate A number et bridge bills were passed The biU to amend tbe inter State commerce act was considered The Senate Insisted on its disagreement to the House amendment Th e post office appropriation bill was passed After a secret session conference reports were agreed to on the Dis trict appropriation bill the army and the fortification bills At 680 p m a recess was taken until 83f p m House The Senate bai to protect the seal and salmon fisheries was passed A motion to recede from the disagreement on the Zoolog ical Park amendment to the District bill was agreed to and further conference ordered The agricultural bill was passed The naval appropriation bill was considered and a conference or Jered On motion to pass the Des Moines land bill over the Presidents veto the question ot consideration was raised and at 51 p m the House took a recess until 730 p m the night session being for the considera tion ot the resolution In regard to the reception of the statue ot General Cass from the State ot Michigan and District business WASHD GTOX March 1 Sesate The cre dentials of Mr Kenea for bis new Senatorial term were presented read and placed on file A number ot conference reports were agreed te and general odds and ends of unimportant matters clear up All the pension bills on the calendar afty twe were passed among them one giving a pension of BO per month instead ot I W0 as in the Mil introduced by Mr Haw ley to the widow of the late General Hunt The House amendment to the Senate bill to InÂ¬ crease the appropriation tor a public building at Winona Minn was concurred In After an executive session the Senate at 5 p m took a recess until 8 pm HOUSE On motion ot Mr Allen Mich the Senate bill was passed Increasing to f 150000 the limit of cost ot the public building at Winona Minn A joint resolution was passed to promote commercial union with Canada A number of unimportant bills were passed The DesMoines river lands bill was not passed over the Presidents veto tailing to receive a two thirds vote At 5 p m the House took a re- Â¬ cess until 739 p tn for pension bills I F riBL16HEB EVERY WEDNESDAY a great city it has such a start and has so much wealth that it can never be impeded by Council Bluff as a rival which is low aud unhealthy suffering so frequently aud to such an esteut from overflow TIIE MODElr CHURCH BErUBUSHEO BY REQUEST - w estiM county FAISVJLLE T X Climax Fmxtixg Co PWENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J Â¬ EWTORS Â¬ PRICE PKR YKAIt WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 150 1869 Â¬ Alfonl will be a candidate to represent the city of Lexiagiatt in the next Legislature MG Â¬ Hor 4 years old by Electioneer dam BeaaUfel Bells by The Moor Bell Boy tlte 51000 animal is The Stanford Inside Journal is 14 years old and as pretty and numy as most girls of her age There will le one colored man 3k the 51st Congress His name is II P Cheatham and he is only 32 Tears old He represents a North Carolina District and has filled the offices of Superintendent of Colored State Normal Schools and Register of Deeds of Yance counÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ty Tas Climax last week merely the assassination of James Abnee by Pat Hunt at atMMNtaced Park Swnday niidiL The evidence before the examining court showed that Abnee was tlte principal wit ness agsiingl Pat Hunts wife who Ss serving a term in the penitenti an for murder and it is entirely probable that Pat will soon follow ftaar Â¬ Â¬ The beauty of Omaha consists large- Â¬ ly in its buildings aud streets fur on every side the eye is attracted by its magnificent and stately business bouses residences and well paved streets rivaling in many instances those of Chicago In 1860 the place only had 600 population and 1E65 only 5000 now it has 130000 and Is and has been for several years past in- Â¬ creasing at tbe rate of 20000 per an- Â¬ num At such a rapid rate of increase it is hardly to be wondered at when it Is said that houses are rented before they are roofed Yet 2284 building permits at a cost of 4418794 wre is sued ia t year The real estate transfers for 1888 on December 1st amounted to 15000000 It is estimated that the amount put Into twenty five buildings just com- Â¬ pleted aud in course of construction will foot up 3528000 The system of graded public schools is said to lie very superior The schools are attended by over 9000 pupils and All over 150 teachers are employed the liquor license from saloons which amounts to 250000 per annum goes into the school lund Six new school houses were built during last year at a Cffrt of 220000 The repair anil construction shops of the Union Pacific aie located at South A very large number of im- Â¬ Omaha mense maiiifucturiug establishments are nlso located tiiere as well as mam- Â¬ The moth packing establishment manufacturing and the wholesale bus iuefS which is very extensive is said to amount to largely more than 50000 000 Well wife Ive found a model church And worshiped there to day It made rue think of eood old times Before my hair was gray Tbe meetlue hoase was finer built Than I hey were years ago Bat then I found when I went In It was not built for show The sexton did not set me down Away back by the door lie knew that I was old and deaf He saw that I was poor lie must have been a Christian man For ho led me boldly tlirotifih The crowded aisle of that grand church To find a pleasant pew I i- - Rev 2 i2v their departure for their nBWhorrieat Winchester the 1st inst Clay Bicohaserected auewdUtillery one mite south of Fainville and will Btart everything Iu operation by Tues- Â¬ day next G F Edwards and John Winn arc buying a lot of bogs and will have them fed at the Bice distillery to get them ready for tee June market Mrs Curtis Ricliardjou bos been quite low witli fever Tor iievernl days but Is rapidly Improviug at present Mr G F Edwards and son were in Richmond to attend to some business last week According to the report of the Com- Â¬ missioner ofLibor there have been 328720 divorces in he United States within the last 20 years 65 percent of which were granted to wives J W ChKney nnd family took o I wish youd heard the staging wife It had the old time ring The preacher said with trumpet voice Let all the people sing Old Coronation was the tune And the music upward rolled Until I thought the angel choir Struck all their harps of gold My deafness seemed te melt away Sly spirit caught the fire I rained my feeble trembling voice With that melodious choir And sang as In my youthful days Let angels prostrate fall Bring forth the royal diadem And crown Him Lord ot allI tell you wife It did me good To sing that hymn once more I felt like some wrecked murlner Who gets a gllmps of shore I almost want to lay aside This weatherbeateu form And anchor in that blessed port Forever from the storm Twos not a flowery sermon wife But simple gospel truth It tilted humble men like me It suited hopeful youth To win Immortal souls to Christ The earnest preacher tried He talked not of himself or creed But Jesus crucified Dear wife the toll will soon be oer The victory soon be won The shining land Is Just ahead Our nice Is nearly run Were Bearing Canaans happy shore Our home so bright and fair Thanh God well never sin again Therell be no sorrow there I wish to proclaim to the world whatS S 8 has done for me For the past ten years I have beeii troubled with dreadful eruptions on- - my face caused by ivy poison X was under the treatment of a number of physicians but obtained no relief I tried the best in the market but blood purifiers without avail I had given up in despair thinking I could not be cured but happening to read thoDetrolt Journal I noticed S 8 S ndverthed and read Mrs Bradleys testimonial I thought I would try this remedy I have taken eight bottle and there is not a spot on my ace It has also cured me of chronic catarrh I have never enjoyed better health than at present I feel like a new persou I can not find words to express my ap preciations of its merits aud the grat- Â¬ itude I feel for tbe glad things that came to me through the reading of that advertisement Wishing you every success I am Yours truly Josib Owen Â¬ Â¬ Montpeller Ohio CONCERNING FARMERS- It - The tobacco growers of Nelson Anderson Spencer aud Washington counties favor a reductioti in the crop Â¬ Â¬ Two cars of mules were bought by Tennessee parties in Garrard aud Lin- Â¬ coln aud Garrard ciiuuties at 70 to 100 Lytle Hudson bought Tuesday from J W Crawford of the West End 70 ehoats at about 4 cents Danviile Advocate J C Woodward of Fayette has leased bis farm of 421 acres for five years for 3009 to Mr Schullz a horse- Â¬ man from the North W N Bush of Clark county eold to Jones and Gay 11 acres of hemp at 425 and J L Smith sold his crop at 450 A Scott county man sold 200 acres of hemp at 400 to 4 50 Â¬ SME OTHER BATTLE The Stanford Journal tells of a sword captured at tlte battle of 2fw Orleans by a Casey county soldier from a British officer who leaped upon the fortifications of cotton bales and was shot dead his body falling on the outside1 We hare made two visits to the plains of Chalmette where the great battle was fought and know its htstorv well Tlte Britisli had bo fortifications whatever landing from their boats and marching up the open plain toward the citv of New Orleans Nor did they get near the earthwork of the Ameri cans Jackson tried cotton bales ae an experiment in a slight contest a day or two before the real battle and as the cotton would take fire from tlte enemys shells and blind the Americans with smoke from their own breastworks the cotton was discarded and on the day of the famous battle pure earthwork was used a trench dug and the earth thrown upon the bank and the trench is there to be seen unto tlte present day In this connection we should mention tlte claim of a man who recently died in Nelson county that he was a survivor of the siege of the Alamo Mrs Hanig told us Wasbisgtos March 2 Sesate Tho Senadjourn until 19 minutes ot 3 this at Austin six years ago that she ate did not The night was spent In considering moraine her baby and a colored man were amendments to the deficiency appropriation Conference reports on appropriation the only survivors ot that famous bill discussions thereon consumed most of bills and the massacre and the histories of time the deficiency sundry civil Indian and bills Texas and Mexico are universal in navalwas being agreed to At 630 p m a re 6 oclock the night cess taken the same statement to say noth being devoted to conference peports session to The ing of the tradition at San Anto- direct tax bill was passed over the Presidents veto la executive session the nomination ot nio and all over Texas and Mexico Thomas M Vance ot North Carolina to be Re We have spent liours even days ceiver ot Public Money at Tacoma Washington about the Alamo and have talked Territory was confirmed appropriation bill Housr The deficiency Mea with Mr Hanig now an ex having been received from the Senate tho tensive furniture dealer in San House disagreed to tbe Senate amendments ordered On motion of a conference Antonio whose wife we mention and Anderson HI wasbill was passed author- Mr a above icine the States of Illinois Indiana and Ohio the United States The two erroneous ideas above to prosecute suits againstaccount of the sales in tbe Supreme Court on mentioned remind us of tlte story of public lands in these States In the House to that Daniel Boone died sitting be- objection was madewerea number ot bills and conference reports hind a fog at a deer lick in Mis idents veto of the directconsidered The Pres tax bill was read and souri in 1812 when in fact lie did referred AtSU p m a recess was taken until gp bu tbe night session being devoted to ap sot die for years afterward propriation bills Where an idea gets well on the Strikers at Brooklyn N Y arrested road it is not always easily overor causing the death ot a man because he taken refused to strike bnt exonerated by the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Is one of Uie greatest packing maikels in the United States standing next to Chicago Those who are not interested or who have given little at- Â¬ tention can not realize to what proportions this most Important business lias grown Last year South Omaha packers killed 135000 head of cattle and 1200000 hogs The cattle are cut Â¬ PRESIDENT CLEVELAND The Court of Appeals has reversed tke decision of the Marlon circuit court awarding damages to Mrs Nlzle Lo Â¬ gan uf this county whose husband was put oft the train for druuked aud disorderly conduct and killed by an other sevrral years ago The court holds that it is not only tbe right but the duty of acouductor to eject a dis- Â¬ orderly aud dangerous passenger and the company is not liable for damages for any injury that may result provid Â¬ ed uo more force than is necessary is used and the rate applies to an intoxi- Â¬ cated person Neither is the company required to take him to the next station before putting him off even though he is so intoxicated as not to be able to take care of himself If he is placed clear of the track the company is not liable by reason of the fact that he goes upon it aud is run over by another train Stanford Journal Â¬ It is the paper for the Farmer the Merchant and the Family Circle Pop Â¬ WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COUNTER AND ular and cheap It advocates a reiorm of the present high tariff aud wages fi vigorous war 011 all subsidies and mo- Â¬ -nopolies It is emphatically the peo ples paper and its immense circulation throughout the United States attests its power as ho organ of the people THE WEEKLY COURIER JOUR-Â¬ NAL Is the largest and best Democrat- Â¬ Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE ic newspaper issued It is an eight all of our customers and friends who may take advantage page paper of eight columns to the offer page and its sixty four columns each week are filled with live and Interest ing matter It is newsy bright and clean and leads the American news- Â¬ papers of the day The regular sub Â¬ in our stock on the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rates scription price Is 1 per year and lo clubs of eight yearly subscribers at one time with eight dollars an extra copy Gfoods c is sent one year to the address of the club raiser or to any other address deMred In other words nine copies The one year for eight dollars CoURlEK JoriRNAi is the one great newspaper West of the Alleghenies and South of the Potomac and the Ohio which has had the courage the independence and the ability to stand and resist the flood tide of monopoly sweeping over the land and to make an upright and disinterested defense of the tolling tax paying masses of the people Fighting all dishonesty the Courieb Jouknai Is as a sentinel ou tho watch tower sleepless and vigi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ un a ar v ore Extensive Scale ail MS FROM EYERT DEPARTMEIT Silks Woolen Dress Calicoe Cottons Hosiery Underwear Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Toiling- KID GLOYES ETC ETC lant for Ihe ESPECIAXLT DO WE CALL ATTESTIOtf TO OUR Weekly and learn the truth and join in the Peoples Battle of Coukier Journai BT A REPUBLICAN Daring those dark and gloomy days my thought up dressed and packed in refigerator cars for New Yoik aud European mar- Â¬ kets Over SCOOO00 a week is paid out for stock ubich means a buiie3 of over 90000000 a year The rapid growth of the business is as wonderful as the amount of business itself und it is still growing Each jear seei ad Â¬ ditional facilities In 1SS5 the first cat- Â¬ tle were packed and only 78000 hogs were mcked in thai year Sucli low- Â¬ ing mid squealing aud bleating no Â¬ body eyerheaid until he experiences it It is paid that witli the completion of the present improvements now going on Omaha will have the finest syslem of water works anywhere to be found So you see everything Is on a large scale uo doubt the good and evil as every where else pietty well mixed Omaha can also boast If boost it can be ot one of the most novel and origi- Â¬ nal games of poker ever played Iu the earlier times when women were more scarce in these parts and no doubt wives even harder to get two then well known gamblers met here by agreement to play poker until one or the other was Iieaten Having played for several days one man lost all lie had even to the jewelry of his wife but this did not stop the game for his opponent offered to place a reasonable value in money upon the wife and play for her her consent having been obtained the ofler was accepted His Often was with him While the air Itself seemed heavy charged as if It caught Infection by suspense my chief est care Was not for him to whom my vote was csst Bnt for tbe fearless man of right Sitting perhaps alone with all his past Spread out before that searching conscience-light Whence nothing can escape his penetrat ing sight Ohl nsto me this thing they call defeat Is rather victory added proof That never dutys call he faded to meet And if some thousands so called friends aloot Stood on the fateful day tbe shame Went with them Reckon not as lost An office that corruptions name Aloae could hold for h m at such a cost Fames threshold had been better never crossed Insult and Battery have alike In vain leveled their poisoned shafts against hit breast In vain self interest knocked there and tbe gain Has been his countrys we haTe taken his best In common fairness let It now be said That faithfully his duty has been done Brave honest upright heart and head WeU halaaced just to all and oao His course with highest hoaor has been Â¬ ran An adversarys praise is no unmeaning thing And truth has always Its peculiar ring Whateer the sound ot this poor son may be Convinced am I from party feeling free Only of his successor would I ask BtVwuat tras at Citv Imi to lAy Chicago America An Open Letter Moute Fox shipped Thursday to Fox BooNESBOROuait Ky Dec 24 1888 Bros Atlanta Ga a car load of 10 This is to certify that I suffered with boBs and 16 mules Tbe entire lot was purchased in his neighborhood at my Kidneys ami uacK from tlte year prices ranging from 75 to 150 Dan- Â¬ 1875 to 1SS0 and was often confined to my bed when hi the year of 1880 I ville Advocate called on Dr T B Smith who told me B D Hollzclaw bought of Mr T L to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney Shelton 11 car loatl of baled hay and Tonic ami if It didnt cure roe he straw at 80 cents for the former and would fin fell 50 in gold I accepted 40 for the latter Mr Hollzclaw bought his proportion and ued two bottler hs of Mrs Hun Sitglelon 23 stacks of hay directed and it etlected a permanent for 300 Stanford Journxl cure I have uever had the least ytmptntiHor pain In m buck Mice mid Richard Gentry Imught Thursday of Wm Bf rkple a pair of gray mules kiduejs re in u perfectly healthy con Â¬ at 425 These mule were shown at dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic all the fairs in this shelton and were the greatest medicine on earth ISATIIANIEI TEVIS much admirred They are 18J hands Smiths Kidney Tonic for sale by W high and weigh 2830 pouuds Dau G White Prescription Druggist Rich Â¬ ville Advocate 31- mond Ky Col Stoner refused an ofler of 50000 A gentleman in Danville has infor- Â¬ laM for Baron Wilkes at Lexington week and positively refused to prici mation from a rvUtlv in New M xc him to an Eitern syndicate We that a mau named Henry Marshal have it from good authority too that who was from this State is dead His Edgemark sold for 14000 instead of relations in Kentucky are unknown but they may learn something to their 10000 Bourbon News A large meeting resistance Daily except 8uudayone year S10 Daily except Sunday one mouth 1 Sunday on8 year 2 Sample copy and premium supple- Â¬ ment sent free to any address A variety of useful and attractive premiums is otlered by the Weekly Cou Â¬ rier Journal Agents canvassing outfit also provided tree of charge No traveling agents are employed by the Courier Journal but a good local agent Is wanted in every commuulty to whom a literal cash commission Addres is allowed W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky The Climax and the Weekly Journal Daily Courier-I year 225 1 year Journal 1125 aud Climax Sunday Courier Journal and CLIMAX Â¬ Courier-- Larg ejumeu wraps OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON 01 R CHEAP TABLE HAs XSSI C3 3R -- WE to lartote JacM AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS 1 year 325 36- - a3 VARIETY Each new Imtcli of items tells of the increase of insanity in New York Stale AHof the HHylums ar lull and ninny Ihe increase being ver crowded 7IU iu the year 1883 over aud above Ihe 14062 of the year 1837 Beware of Ointments For Catarrh Tbat Contain Mereury As Mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucus surfaces Such ar Â¬ ticles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi Â¬ cians as the damage they will do are ten fold to the good you can possibly deiive from them Halls Catakrh Coke manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio contains uo Mercury ALSO HAVE AN IMMENSE STOOK Of- - ATJLL Daily CROOKK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ opponents goodluck continuing the wife too was lost aud surrendered to the winner This tale is told to illustrate that the daring and pluck of Omaha is of long standing The people here like the people of all large cities are gathered from all parti of the earth Here you see the dark skinned Chinaman from across the Pacific at his laundry the Italian from the sunny land of Italy handling his cart laden with inviting fruit the Swede the German and even the red man of the forest all mingling in one throug and convey inn to ones ears the mixture of their different tongue combining with the noe aud confusion of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TW8 REMARKABLE OLD 3JEX flE coroners jury hare been rearrested on a charge ot manslaughter in the aecond deÂ¬ gree Fayette county lost two aged men last week of more than ordi- nary interest G DrHmmoud Hunt died in Lexington aged 94 3ears He was the first to give employent to Senator James B Beck when that distinguished gentleman came to this country a poor and friendless youth While a young man he iwted Daniel Boone in St Charles county Missouri Returning to Kentucky he bought horses in large numbers for the Southern market and 60 years ago brought from New Jersey the horse Brown Highlander for some time the only blooded Itorse in Kentucky In fact be was the founder of the blooded horse interest in the Blue Grass region now the greatest horae center in the world Mr Hunts second wife was a daughter of OoL William Dudley who was killed at Fort Metgs Two sons engaged in the late war but on opposite sides and one was killed at Missionary Ridge while the other was wounded at Chicamau- Â¬ Â¬ diana has been decorated by the Emperor ot Japan with the Order ot the Rising Bun General Williams was at one time United States Minister to Japan and later organ Â¬ ized a financial system for that country Johs Hum of Philadelphia an ex oouncilman has been sentenced to three years imprisonment for embezzlement A IUCnMOXD BOY A L0XC FOXTOiYN WAY FROM Gekeral George B Wiluaks ot In Â¬ ICorrenpandence of The CXixax l Winchester Common Pleas Best Grades system Tbe demon of impure blood 38 oo40 00 allowed B 35 oo35 00 Diptherial croup is epidemic at Wa- Â¬ strives to gain victory over the consti Courtwinding up F Van Meter 53729 Fair to Good tbe Renic estate Common 15 00323 00 In 1796 Thomas Jefferson was defeat- bash Ind 48 deaths having occurred tution to ruin health fa drag victims for 6 Best Veal Calves 5 75 ed for Presldeut of the United States The disease is fatal in every Instance to the grave A good reliable tuedl His claim was Tor 20000 Fair to Good 5S 5 50 but four years later he was triumphant2 25 and consternation prevails clue like Hoods Sarsaparilla is the 3 00 At Tralee Hon Wm OBrien M P Common and Heavy ly elected In 182i Gen Jackson wks HOGS A week ago the Bath county Cir- weapon with which to deteud ones whs sentence to six months Imprison- Â¬ offer for sale privately an excellent defeated for Presldeut though he iiad self drive the desperate eneim from 4 70 4 75 I for ululating the Crimes Act Select Butcher farm of a plurality of the popular vote but In cuit Clerks office was broken into aud the field and restore pence and bodily ment Fair to Good Packers 4 50 4 65 Mr OBriens sentence at Cloumel was Good to Extra Lights 1828 Gen Jackson was choten Presi Â¬ 42 indictments abstracted therefrom 4 60 3 4 70 health for many yeHW Try this pe- four months There tire indictments Light Pigs 60 45 dent by an immense majority iu 1836 Saturday night all indictments save culiar medicine It PAiidiug agninst him with dwelling house on it known as ilher places SPRING LAMBS west Henry Harrison was defeated three were stolen William 6 6 25 the Old To n Iarm 4 miles from sufficient to keep him in prison dtirhie Extra- Other cities may have grown faster for President but at the next election The British Government will ask Richmond xnd reached by the Iticli- MATRIMONIAL- Comin m o Good 4 5 life mnnil and Lnnea ter turnpike but tier history has been one of con- Â¬ he swept the country There Is noth Parliament for an appropriation of The II Ttitwe ileMrltiir tfrKl arm k tinuous and steady growth and pros ing in the above narrative out of our 100000000 pounds for military aud All perssas doslriasr to buy sell or Mr W F Powers of this place and itH il plea t cull on orad tiri perity political history to discourage Grover purposes i lie construction or aooni tu Miss Mary Bent of Lexington were jxchango Esal Estate trill do Troll dree Joe Bush at Richmond 37 33 32- magnificent business houses Clevelaud besides the election of Ben war vessels is contemplated February 27th tocalloaSaltliPowolL Whilst married in Wiuchcster Mrs B TAYLOR him hi open and residences are going up all the Harrison was bought J G Breslin died Saturday at Hun- ISS9 Specific will cure Rheuma Hnn time and real estate Is rapidly appre- market aud il the next Administration tington W Va aged ninety years S- MARVELOUS tism or money refunded Price 75c at ciating in value you do not hear so is disastrous iu the sense uf a iinancial Nearly half a century ago Mr Breslin DIED- The other subject of our sketch much talk of a boom or of speculation crisis no tiower on earth can prevent Whites Drug 8tore becond street It U tbat Impurity In the blood which ac was Treasurer of Ohio and sklppod to was Winn Gunn who died near which seems to be cumulating la the glands ot the seek pro near Guniett- Hou if the nomination and elcotiou of Mr Canada with the State funds the rage Mrs Helen Forman wife of AV daces unsightly lamps or swellings which Lexington aged 81 years He as you do of business and growth So Cleveland in 1892 Louisville Times White Forraau died at Paris Ky ou PeiHons wishing to Improve their causes painful running sores on the arms wa one of the twelve brothers great has been the push and energy An English journal estimates that which derelopes ulcers In MoudayMarcb4tb 18S9 ol inflamma memories strengthen their power of legs or feet nose often causing blindnessthe who with their father went in a aud enterprise of it citizens that it is or India has a quarter of a milliou lepers tion of eyes ears or CAUTION TO JIOTHEUS the stomach after an iirness attention ehould send to Prof Loisotte DISCOVERY deafness which la the origin ot pimples canÂ¬ body to the polls in 1534 and cast said that Its fame has spread not only Kvery mother is cautioned against and that their number is increasing Onlr Genuine System at Blijaory TraJsIn days Deceased was a of two 237 Fifth Aveuue N Y for Ms Pros Â¬ cerous enrtrths or the many other manifesta Fear Books learned la cne resdlBg 13 votes for Henry Clay for Presi through all parts of this country but giving her child laudanum or para which is not surprising in view of the which of Rv El Forman of this place tions usuaSy ascribed to humors Mind TTmaUrrlsc cured In dent Four years later they cast through all Europe and that emigrants goric it creates an unnatural craviug fact that no attempt at isolation Is who with his daughters aud the MU pectus Poet free as ndrertioed 37 an fastening upon the longs causes consumption Srcry child and adalc creUr benefitted 49 un uasonacais to tatnspaadeaca uuim other Column and death Eelnc the most ancient It is the 13 votes for Zachary Taylor know of Omaha before they leave their for stiraulantK which kills the mind of made Pranxetat vilh opinions of Dr Win A tXam ses Crooke will attend the funeral this load the warlfrmad Specialist most general of all diseases or affections tor When the old man died ho son Donelsou uses tbe best material that very few persons aro entirely free from it ccUt Orernlenf Thompson IU Mind lhseases EkDaniel Ihs craat IHfc Aid eneh ruin the ehiM Ackers B iVy Kontlier Is J E Callahan of Covingtoii was afieruoou J M Bnckler DJv vauoroi me iatuu Oik oi Ue briuif all it w pnijilr Umiilitt inula t peeially prepared to benefit children killed ai tho Big Four yurJs hi Cincin- Â¬ were iiis pall hJtrer the market a fiords and tbe best work- imcai the RetantiftiZ t lodge O Ibsoa Judai 1 Prof H Turner formerly of this men He puts up none bnt the best HowCan Benjamin andAtor minister tiietn wiili ojf n brm mid bids tiieui uudoure their pains It is harmless nati He was employed as switchman Bons was a Methodist fiee by ottmrMst I place died of pneumonia at Greenftrot AVXODiETTE gSf FlfUi AtcN T or Morphine The A C work Buggies carriages etc made It l MiutUed on the right aud contains no Opium O frieght train was back but early became tu per mm ted neicotucounty Missouri on 37 49 apr4 tf One day lie was si ruck by light- Â¬ bunk of the Missouri ltiver hii1 m the Sold by W G While Prescription ing Into the- - Grand Central depot wood Jackson March 1M 16S9 aged to order Call on him By taking Hoods Sarsaparilla wolca by Friday morning remarkable cores it has accomplished the Callahan had turned the switches and 63 years Deceased lived here in 158 5 ning which partially burned his Eastern line ol Hie rjlate of Nebraska Druggist often when other medicines tare failed has PEOPLE EVERYWHERE was standing several feet from tbe clothing melted the works in his being opponile to aud about iuur miles proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar and temporarily taught in Madison made watch and the nails in the heels lUtaut mini Council Hluffs It is the A motion wasLumber Thursday to track Suddenly a coupling pin broke Female Iustitute Leaving here he Confirm our statement when we say medicine for this disease Some ot these Company iu one of the heavily loaded cars pitched that Ackers English Remedy is in cures are really wondertol If you softer from of the Union Pacific place tbe Ford of his slices Mr Gunn was stunn- Eaotern terminus weut lo Colorado where he engaged every way superior to any and all other scrofula be sore to try Hoods Sarsaparina W E Grinslead Co B W Cor 7tU railroad and also of the Offl iba and the bands of a Receiver by Charles from the track and before Callahan ed and frightened but not hurt Main Sts Lovlsville Ky going thence to Missouri preparations for the Throat and Lungs My daughter Mary was afflicted with serof and Starret of Mi Sterling who claims to could move the car struck him crush- Â¬ iu mining On the contrary the powerful elec- North western and the Omaha Our Mr DT Chestnut will be In where he resumed leaching aud preach In Whooping Cough and Croup it is oloos sore neck from the tune the was 23 months be a partner in its ownership but it ing him to the ground When picked age Lmps years became tric shook restored his lost powers South western lines aud by bridge and was overruled by Judge Scott Wining Prof Turner was a native of Paris magic and relieves at once We oiler old tin she her necksixand oneofof them after Richmond every county court day formed in up he was dead though there wasnt a ou Will their whereby he had for some years ferry to Council Blulls It is connect chester Democrat Ky and was oiice President of Hock you a sample bottle free Remember glowing to the size ot a pigeons egg became atnieucall W county merchant at CO XUilrnad fysteniF E GRIKSTEAD sign of blood upon his body been snpernnatea ana tie re i ed with the Eastern er College Lexlugton nof Hamilton this Remedy la Bold on a positive guar a running sore for OTer three years We gave 35 i both Mii A slight cold ofteu proves the fore- Â¬ bar Hoods Sarsaparilla when the lamp and sumed preaching The clothing a Over the mid soiin River there From College and subsequently was Profes Â¬ antee by W G White Prescription Ladies llave Tried It wugoti bridge rallioad indications ot scrofula entirely dis all runner of a complaint Which may be bin College of watch and shoe are preserved in Druggist A number of my lady customers sor of Hebrew in he Bl appeared and now she seems to be a healthy bridgt lliere m a beautiful fHial Avoid thi rtult by inking the Smithsonian Debased left a Institute in il wugnii Iiuvm frlml frtliprn Kripnd and Would Kentucky University child J8CAnui3NaurishtNJ and Acers Cherry Pectoral the best remeÂ¬ drive viisHty fet uie vey Dynamite is the most deadly of all wife and live cUHdreii tnnse sons ana Washington VH Be sere to get only laid hi AethuU which invites a great dy for colds cough aud all throat and not be without for many times its cost and cholera was sure expectlug to two daughters- - The oldeatson Harry explosives It rarely happens that a com- deul of pleasure driving Tliertt is also It They recommeud It to all A Pane I am prepared to do nil kiuda of Turner of this place left 00 Frldaya death to chickens Until tbe discovery EoKbjallCxBggjt 9liIxfarS4 Trepuedoslr R munity is called upon to give up a motor line ruunlug between the two lu tig diseases become mothers lu lirstcltu afternoon train to le present at the of Canters Chicken Cholera CurCi bjCJ HOOD A CO ApetbseulcslAwen Hus Carpenters work furnished ons style Greenville Ala two men within a few Tiours about places Also estimates Two men went homo drunk In Chi short plan rtprMiiainrnomtianv family will return to It is Bold on the funeral Tbe IOO Doses One Dollar notice Writ Rriinii H TYLER BAXTER whom cluiiter so many historic Omaha is upon high rolling ground cago blew out the gas and were suffo- Â¬ by Stockton Willis 29 23 32- It Richmond to live J M0 items of interest Atlanta Gs favorable in every way to building a cated before morning The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Omaha Nkb March 1 1SG9 A great deal has been paid and la known in the corainunily oltoiit Kan tas City and very little lias been said and is known about Omaha the Met ropolls of Nebraska and it lias occurred to me that it might be interesting to some to hear more about the latter Her citizens claim that it is defined to be the great city ot the great North- Â¬ business Is often calculated to remind fellows like Widney Cobb aud myself aud even throw in Cy that we are a long way from Foxtown There are a great many Southern people here and a great many Ken many of whom are well tuckiaus known to you all and I am glad to say all seem to be doing well and are prosperous I have met a great many pleasant people and am greatly pleas- Â¬ ed especially with my business po- Â¬ sition I am most too young and inex- Â¬ perienced to express opinions which would be of much value and have therefore confined myself to statement of facts and giving statistics Well as what I intended tn be a short letter is getting to be long I will clone Hoping that Waco will have the tame boom that Omaha has had and still has I am very truly Mt Sterling C H B Jc FOR JAILER JOHN F WAGERS ts a candidate for Jailer Â¬ Cuke ot Madison county subject to ttaeaetioiiof i While Robert Hudson a fireman on genuine is taiceu internally and made the Democratic party JAMES C IiACKEY Is a candidate forÂ¬ by F J Cheney the Cincinnati Southern was Handing In Toledo Ohio Jailer ot Madison county subject to the 3-acMR JOHX E GREE2CLE W i tion of the Democratic party ou top of a car viewing the work In Company boHghlmit the of Mr V Company one of the largest organiza Â¬ progress on 5 price n candidate ranaru 111 by Druggists SAMCEL BIGGERSTAFF Is S3SoId the burning tunnel where uie mie mm 01 uuciitiT t is the for Jailer of Madison count subject to 3- - Ballard ami the HHtIenigiicd tions that has ever yet been organized NEWS PARAGRAPHS 38 40 wIl c the frightful wrec occured last week cents per bottle action of the Democratic party hopes to be supplying the Eastern a rock Untie tlte thrown by a blast struck him on THOMAS 8 FERRELIi is a candidate for Tennessee Legislature has made The market with beef It holdti its char- Â¬ LIVE STOOS MABEET REPORT Jailer of Mndlson county subject to the ac- Â¬ it a mlhdemeanor to steal a ride on a ter under the laws of New Mexico tbe head and literally knocked it oil tion of the Democratic party EMBUY By GREENE The remains were carried to Somerset railroad for Jailer of JOHN Merchants at Clocln Madison HILI Is a candldeete aelkmof the where much of Its properly is situated Live Block Commission county subject to the lor interment natl Uniou Stock Yards aud Covlnglon Democratic party The bonded indebtedness of Louis- Â¬ and has an authorized capital of 25 Stock Yards AND- A J BROADDUS Is a candidate for Jailer 3000000 and constantly in- Â¬ 000000 The company holds in fee ville is Boad horse trotters and runners of Madison county subject to the aetloti -ot Cincinnati Ohio March 5 1889 creasing St1859000 acres of land a tract larger shod in any manner desired I have Democratic parly the SHIPPING CATTLE than State of Rhode Island and owns just received an extra lot of four year GEORUEW MAUPIN Is a candidate for Ohio has 10227 miles of railroad Jailer of Madison county subject to 31-tlte 4 oo 4 25 action of the Democratic party the stock and debts of which foot up 200000 head of cattle 2000 horses and old second growth timber for repairing Good to Extra 3 8o 4 00 a large stock of sheep and bogs besides all kln Js of wagons All work guar Fair to Good 558605471 Common and 3 40 3 oo FOR ASSESSOR-a large number of refrigerator cars anteed at the very lowest price Shop Good to Extra Rough At the same tlace Tbey will keep cr Oxen 3 50 3 75 Six divorces were granted In Louis- - The plan of the enterprise la to control back of Brookss drug store A J WILLOUGHBY H a candidate for sale the latest and handsomest styles o oo Good Oxen Fair to 3 3 35 Accessor of Madison county subject to the ville in one day and the docket is full every staga of the beef buiiineas from 3- 2 25 2 75 action ot the Democratic party Common and Rough Respectfully of such cases the ranch to tbe consumers table BUTCHER CATTLE W J HARVEY Is a candidate for Aaseisor 8febly 8 L MIDRIFF of Madison county hubjeel to the action -of Good to Extra 123 60 Winfield Ecton was seriously hurt Stores will be erected in New York 3 85 tlie Democratic party 60 to Good AtPlneville the store houses of T Fair 3 40 3 by blast on tbe K IT In Clark county Baltimore Boston aud elsewhereas 00 CBTODOR Is a candidate for Assessor of Extra Fat Steers 3 40 Madison county subject to the action ot the 3 25 F Blusher and W G Fair to Good Steers casion may demand aud sales will be J Hosklns while looking on at the work 13- 3 3 00 Democratic party made direct to consumers Hides fat Colson the Monroe Hotel and the res- Â¬ Good to Extra Cows oo 3 25 3 JOEL T EMBRY is t candidate for Assessor Noah Bryant after lying in jail two hoofs Ac fiud a ready market in idences of H P Moyers and T Hoa Fair to 2 7s of Madison county subject to the action of 2 to years at Owensboro has been acquit Kansas City where the companys kius were burned It caught from a CommonGood Cows II- 1 50 2 00 the Democratic party Cows brother oo ted of the murder of I 25 I COKWAY DOZIER Is a candidate for are The ranches and flue in Colson4 house The low is Rough Cows and Oxen daughter houses Assessor of Madison county subject to 37-the BULLS action of the Democratic party The assassius of the Hon M John ranges that have been turned into this fully 40000 with but little Insurance CO 2 75 Best Shipping 3 D CRICK is a candidate for Assessor of Clayton are known and it is expected pool are In Mexico and New Mexico Best Bologna 2 40 2 60 Madison county subject to the action of tbe Adrlec to JKetbn where frost snow and blizzards are un that they will be arrested shortly H-2 35 Democratic party 3 15 Fair Bologna Aud everything eke in their UisWmra88ooTHDraSTStriboBldihrri t nscd rbea chlldrui nt cattfcg tetth It Fair to Good Feeders Gibson of the Baptist knuwn where cattle are probably Rev James UereitheUttltrclTcrtraioQce Their prieea will lie as LOW as the Uprofaecsxutanl FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT 1 25 t 75 Common and Thin deep church was drowned while crossing a freer from disease by reason of the quietocuon asd tht littlt dumb awaknu iijht a J B HARRIS Is a candidate for County LOWEST FEEDERS AND STOCKERS u n Tery pieuant to iuk xt climate and the grasses than Iu any Superintendent of Public Schools subject8--to oothethditl3ofUnithriiailU7UpJn creek near Columbia South Carolina Uiey will also attend all calls in the S 3 6o Good txtra bteers 3 75 the action ot tbe Democratic party ngulttet th boirtl and U th bet kaan imad other portion of the country undertakers Hue with a for dUrrhooa irfcctbr arista tna tecihisgor Fair to Good Steers 32 3 40 O S W Porter fireman on the C MRS A T MILLION Is a candidate for re trcUK TvcntT fiTt Cecia a bottl Good to Extra Heifers 2 75 2 50 election to the office of County KnDerlntend- road died at Lexington on Tuesday A Great Battle 66 Common and Thin Stockers 3 oo 2 25 ent ot Public School subject to tbe action ot morning from an accident received at Is continually going on in the human 35- the Democratic party ii COWS AND CALVES Â¬ of cattle men was held in Kansas City on Friday All tat tbe Stales West of the Mississippi were represented also Illinois aud ODD OCCUPATIONS Kentucky They resolved to combine It is said that a couple of ladies in Pitts commission men and packers field Mass earned 5000 by teaching tna agaiut It is believed that the price of cattle art and mystery of whist playing A Cnicioo woman has taken out a num will thereby be increased ber of patents for building furniture into G C P Cecil sold Thursday o the walls of flats she utilizes the space within the walls to a great extent L Varple of Mcndon Mich the bay There is a man in Los Angeles whoso business it Is to travel East with tbe yenrling colt Greeubred by Gambetta corpses of pcoplo who go to Southern Cali- Wilkes 226 dam Nutwood Bell by fornia ta find health and who dio instead Nutwood 218J for 1000 and the bay A man in New York has fitted himself for colt Generator two years old by Gam an expert witness on chirography and once having seen a mans signature he can betta Wilkes dam Juanita by Messen identify it again if simply shown one single ger Chief 650 Danville Advocate letter of the name By next Summer the American Beef Â¬ Â¬ advantage this office communicating with Kentucky papers will please make a note of this paragraph by WUICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE IICNG FoL V CHEAPER THAN EArER BEFORE KNOWN PAPER BEMSEn DBMSTOj - Danville Advocate THE FACE Denote an impure state of the blood OX fggHNew Goods Put on the Countc Respectfully Cor Main and Second Sis RichmnU PIMPLES and are looked upon by many with suspicion Acker Blood Elixir will remove all impurities and leave the complexion smooth and clear There is nothing that will bo thoroughly build up the constitution purify and and is taken internally and acts di- Â¬ Blreugthen tbe whole system Hold and rectly upon the blood aud mucus sur- Â¬ guaranteed by W G White Presarlp faces of the system In buying Halls tion Druccist be sure you get the apll8 tf NNOUNCENT SEW FIRM inters Catarrh i 4- 4- IT Merita Braes Parlor Sets BED BOOM SETSi Wardrobes J J hi Bedsteads Chairs lti u j HANDSOME HEAESEI Tliey solteityour patronase 30- - FARM for SALE PRIVATEIS A C BUCHANAN JOHN E GREENlAI Â¬ Ryans DIGGER Patent EostMe MOTBaaSPliHTEu Â¬ 104 lqe3e3ss xv LIsht Simple Etronz and Effective made and can be used in ar L sou no matter how sook y wit1 r ease It thus possesses tTea c - sr Uuree oer all other di jrgers r ket TahitnHiancaa easily uf KH to 400 holes per day It Is eiceedoigU light yet Tery strongly made ana waa ranted races Tt la tht finfv ftplf rteiLn -r Â¬ wscjeLs fr zs rit- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCROFULA C FETERSEH S CO Â¬ 2I0LXKB Hi 1 - now-a-da- Â¬ rid mr e S5W Bai profit 1 pvldrd IK X 1K y ion clasp bofclln 35 pa ot Ca lor it w retail fcr S Flelnres 3Ur o lituafratc OX tn abore FIVEU sister-inla- itia rLUsii wioTccati1 n KmlMMsed ALSlSS WtrM 10- - V- if - at HV MB TI LIK Off Forshcv Jt HcXnklu Cincinnati Obis afessyS tiFIL Kt Â¬ I RFn mSfc lntp ismi ti fisufienR S4F2H uvfti a irtiMi 104 thiit tnr e tilt nwil tX Bf it s ao thirty oeeB- Will Off ioSev Head fez iliettrateU n- - r Wholesale Grocery Ioi FORSHEEfclcMAKIMCncIrjaU i Â¬ 23 38 69a R92fllBiETSJKBS Â¬ To t aro wsxw w -- Â¬ Â¬ SM2jSr aa Eas - - fflpj33rsp3 Â¬ lel 1 Carpenters Work aaaafarceatlr anAi irwnt fC3V wpHwaatlawa kmww rala atTvor a waieahav riia W artM WlUKWairw uca ieraiT nrior oacBb xUwixi all taa Mtacaj wid tr 1 AoataaaUtbalt actom i MttT Taia ci xvchXMBta I 1 Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla 0tl im CS99E xre rerc nL i SS fi watBBte- - J- air it- - Bin Mfact i raaaart rMMtanuwoaoi a- - cr pW S v rfV aAnamW Tl w J arina in 5a casual r5- a -- aa tan 1V twm MM I kaa iatawtt au mat UK an in a7 i Zl i ar5 -- - i ir n r n jdasftwraiwirn t jsffiS Ptfii3Ufr JBfr ts THE CLIMAXI BANK REPORTS Central took efject on last Friday but the THIfy COLUMN RELIGIOUS Co time card did not restch Us Until too late or the cowdHlo of tlm Second WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1SS9 WetmHHMl lu ine Mr Hightownerhas married Miss Hilh t lo correct the table on the first page of EklerZach T Sweeney has resigned MateNational Bank tlieciewj at business 01 Keuiueky hi the this ituc The morning train leaves as Otter Creek turnpike same as advertised acres 2750 ID Mr Oddr and Mr Muskrat seem to be his pastorate of the Chrislatt church at February 26Ui IS Join the Commercial Club m The CLiMAX for S Maupin to Stephen Jett 112 acres heretofore at 650 and arrives at the temporary inhabitant of Stanford The Columbia Ind and accepted the Chan- Â¬ 4570 cash There RESOURCES Union depot in Cincinnati at 1145 The Inside Journal should collect material lor cellorship of Butler University of that are 50 acres with brick residence and A team laundry In Richmond U now 390 good Loans and discounts- afternoon train north docs not leave a museum State nierriraftK wcuretf aud unsecured- - 11JWWJ improvements Possession given March W II Spainhower to Albin Cornelison assured 0600 tt until 315 which is 35 minutes later than US Bonds 10 secure dreBloHon 10th Mr Parrhh will remove 40 acres 1838 The meeting at the Methodi1 church is Duo from approved reserve agents to his Some method should be devised to keep new purchase and Mr The merckn Dnn Iroin other National Banks had a fair trade W 11 Spainhower to W H Hendren heretofore and 15 after the train south the hogs from sleeping in 30 Jett to his Doyles the new court growing in interest daily Dn Means of Dti tram State banks anil bankers reaches this place and arrives in Cincin13 Monday ville farm expenses ami 1627 4 acres Nicholasville is aiding the pastor Let Current other Banks taxes paid - t808 Breathitt county is not able to or meeting at house Bills Perry Crosthwait to Thos Leer 130 nati at 630 the two trains everybody hear this gifted and eloquent Fractional paper errancy nickels Marriage Licenses for February 1 The plow and teed men had a Kg trade Richmond instead of Red House as here- Â¬ afford a 10000 hog pen Jackson Hust Â¬ We wish to armoBRce 9 the and cents acres 300 divine Hew ill remain ov er Sunday ler on Monday Jno H Barnes Jennie A Kanatzar B H Coyle to John A Johnson 33 tofore The train from Stanford arrives enderifte- - Treas Â¬ la9M public that we have just jr9ed Iegal W F Park Katie H Simpson W P Mary Ann Lemons a little girl 10 years Redemption fund with US at 1100 as usual and the train from Liv- Â¬ Irvine is a bad place for drunkards no acres 1200 The Commercial Club wlH meet Friday Reedy 3 per eent of etreotaUoii in the house next door to the Gar Stan- Â¬ lamp posts for them to hold up Estill old from Pendleton county is preaching Duo urer U S Treasurer other Lou W Barclay James W Todd trom Commissioner to B B Million 103 ingston at 1145 Returning the night Let everybody attend 5 per cent reoempuwu than in Scott She joined the Christian church on Second street a Lizzie B Todd Wm D Broaddus Lc ford train leaves at 230 and the Living- Â¬ Eagle 2193 00 nett House acres 1800 fund When you get tired old boy of that a few weeks ago and has been preaching fresh stock of tlte beet brands of Mr Arbackle sod four mules for lah Broaddus Silas Williams Susan Jane Commissioner to Wilson Eads4S acres ston train at 320 The evening train ssoussei Gabbard Richard I Long Jennie B ever since She speaks without the least fiom Cincinnati does not reach here until I kn1 f Cl comc back to Nicholasville 5xo and Fox Son one for 133 63o LIABILITIES Long Allen Fort Annie F Christian seeming embarrassment and without any Capital sloek paid In jmeeoos Nicholasville Democrat Commissioner to G R Teater 8 735 and FANCY WUJUUJ The Waco Mining and Manufacturing II G Kaufman Fannie HnrnllH fluid r Mathews James Why not stop in Richmond and lean hesitancy at any time as to what to say unuiviueu iiwi acres 550 - - iOf4a Messrs Breck Sz Thornton attorneys Company will hold a meeting Friday W 10 A Elliott Sallie Boen John Chenault Commissioner to Merriett Baker 43 of this city Tuesday filed an injunction against the lamp posts here they dont handling her subject in a masterly manner Kntintml Bank notes natsiarMlim m m Individual deposits vabjeet tn sefaeek 1SM8B f Sarah Buford F B Crooke Annie E whether of her own production or not 9W 30 seem to be used for any other purpose to other National lUnU Dae acres -- 409 Waco says her line for the R N T suit in the Fayette Circuit Court enjoin- Â¬ Sin Wi Due to Stale Bank tuid Bankw- uUrmston George Cates Alice Moody Paris Kentuckian 87 B 78 B n fire miles thortcr than that of Speed- James Erskin tn Stephen Ratcliff 200 ing the Fidelity Trust Company from Notes and bills re dlacounted From the fact that Mr Powers lived B S Johnson Susan Cates W D Rucker to M Lackey 35 acres delivering to the Louisville Southern in Richmond George O Barnes has taKen another well -IU8 Miss Bent in Lexing- Â¬ Total 200 In a letter to the Interior STATE OF KENTUCKY Ikh Railroad Company the Si 00000 bonds ton and that they were married in departure Same Old Story C T Fox has told to JenVfcw Mc- Saddles and harness made to order that can be had in the cities We Coostt or Madison f J Mc Cotton to Thomas S Hendrn voted to said company at the election held Winchester we infer that it was a runaway Journal he says that he has homestead The Stanford Journal says The goods I J Stone Walker Cashier of Ibe above Atee Elisabetbtown a harness horse for AH work warranted and none but the So acres propose to sell 3600 in this city last May The total amount is match We presume that they were Bent ed claims on Sanibel Island on the named Ixink do Rotemnly swear that the ordered by the innocent and unsuspecting best material used 600 L T Griggs to W T Griggs the 100000 The grounds relied on are on marrying and all the Powers that be Florida coast and is now putting up above statement la true to Ibe beet of ray knowledge and beiiei grangers of the Toledo firm began to arrive Gormley has an excellent stand and an small houses to make them good by law Elliston Mills and 12 acres 1750 J STONE WALKER Ctwhter that the question was never submitted to coudnt head em off Mr Percy Breck left on Monday for Wednesday There never was seen so excellent stock of goods and first class He will be compelled to remain in posses- Â¬ Subscribed and sworn to before rae thts 5th James C Cooley to Irvine Isbell 28 the legal voters that a legal voter of Lex- Â¬ Omaha where he has scoured a good much kicking as was done and for awhile workmen The Register will have on exhibit to Â¬ sion six months to establish valid claims day ol March 1SS0 acres 500 ington must have paid his poll tax prior Come and see us and be eoaviae position R E TURLEY Notary faMle it looked as if the Toledo representathe The Dig gins Emory Case Irvine A Isbell to Adron Stocker 18 to the election that this was pot consid- Â¬ day a monster hornets nest measuring for himself and family and during the Cobhect Attest ed that we have a first class stock over feet in circumfer- Â¬ time proposes to evangelize in the neigh A letter of tMwsual interest and exceed- Â¬ would be mobbed by the angry tillers of T D CHENAULTered at the election that it has never by The unfortunate girl in the article acres 500 W T TEVIS Directors the soil who had realized that they had These nests seldom exceed the size hood of his ncv home at ingly welt written appears in to days C Frazier to John Doty 24 the Mayor been allowed to be a legal ence JUNE WALKER J JA been badly bitten We would suggest copied below from the Paris News was this one is as large as Climax from Omaha election submitted to the legal voters and of a mans hat but formerly a pupil in Madison Female In- Â¬ acres 45 that our friends who seem to be in the Almost miricliinu4 are some nf the TErORTor the comlillon of the Tirst big watermelon It was found on a tree Maupin Seth Maupin c to Bales that money was used in the election a m Uk t The Second National Bank has an ex- Â¬ soup patronize home institutions in the stitute but is not related to the Embrys at Flat Rock Garrard county and is the cures accomplished by the use of Aj ers XV National Bani the Ktehiaoadbtuiuet cioee of 2680 67 acres Slate of Keulttcky hi The Fuit is one of the most important of this county cellent display of wares made from Waco future and they will save both money and Snrsnpanlla In the case of R L February SKh HW After a trial of two days the suit for James M Sebastian to Wm Warner filed in this court for a long tine and property of Mr J F Stone of this city clay They are beauties Kiog Richmond Vu who suffered lemper We shall aim to secure a fair share Richmond Register RESOURCES 530000 damages against C V Higgins 25 acres 150 has taken the public generally by surprise Yes we know you have a pretty good for 47 years with an aggravated form Lonni nnd Discounts brought by Mrs Rebecca- Aker for the Long to J M P Keller 10 acres From the West James Lexington Gazette John W Creole Jr and T E H of custom by square deetiftg and hornets nest a monster and we are glad of Scrofula Ayera Sarsaparllla eflect Overdrafts tn txcure circulation Col O II Chenault has returned from seduction of Miss Cynthia Embry was 300 U b Bonds Urmston bought of Smith Powell four The Cincinnati Enquirers reporter has yon have but Capt Sam Anderson of ed astonishing results 67K8S the handling of desirable geede OtherstookRbonjKaud mortgases It Due from approved reserve agenta 2S7MM Joel A Johnson to B H Coyle 104 had an interesting interview with C P 50 foot lots in Lyman addition for 1700 the West and found the cattle market out brought to a sudden and rather surprising um this city has the monsterest hornets Due iromoiner nauonai there greatly depressed He spent several close Wednesday afternoon by Judge acres 1200 IS LIFE AYOKTH LIVING Doe from State Banks nnd tankers Huntington the great Railroad King nest on record it measures six leet long CO DAVID CHENAULT Gormieys window contains specimen days in the markets of St Louis and Kan- Â¬ Scott iving peremptory instructions to hSI7 2 A Jackson to Marinda Walkeep 19 Real estate furniture nnd flxtares J Not if you go through the world a Current expenses ami taxes pahl from which we take the following ex This nest the Captain secured while on a is im 08 29- of Waco clay and the diploma and medal sas City purchasing cattle for a ranche in the jury to find for the defendant acres 83 2400 Premium nahl- tracts In regard to the 3750 08 hunt for deer in the Cumberland moun- Â¬ dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Bills of other Banks- awarded them at the Centennial in 1876 Kansas He hopes that much good will The Judge based his instructions on the Lyman Taylor to Squire Taylor 29 are a positive cure for the worst forms Fractional pBFerenrreney nlekete sale of the Kentucky Central he says tains of Tennessee last fall If Mr Reg Â¬ come of the large cattle meeting embrac- Â¬ grounds that the suit was improperly filed acres 850 and of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency Specie cents Mr J E Greenleafs little It Js reported that y ou have disposed cX2ee that Mrs Aker was not the proper ing representatives from all the States and John M Walker to Thos Turner 50 of a Urge share of your Kentucky Central ister wishes to warm up and finds his nest ami Constipation softies Ieeal TeHder Note Guaranteed and Redemption fand wllh daughter who was thought to be insufficient come over and we will chuck Territories west of the Mississippi in its person to file a suit- for damages that acres tooo 250 ea eircelaUoB W G White Prescription stock dying yesterday was better at going to Â¬ sold by you into one that will fit you NicholasMiss Embry was not legally adopted by effort to combine against the commission Joseph Johnson to A M Reed 1 Druggist press I have not sold one share of my own ville Democrat tHMlt Totai men and packers of Omaha Chicago and her that she had at the time of the filing acres 25 LIABILITIES stock I may have in the past year sold careful how you talk Say neighbor be M Willis to R B Terrill 138 acres C Ry Kankakee Capital stock paid In The U I St L The ground hog limit expires other large places The millionaire pack- Â¬ of the suit a living guardian or trustee J a few shares of somebody elses stock but about chucks in connection with Mr Llnej with its connections mkes the Surplus fund- - week and the weather from that for- Â¬ ers hae absolutely forced the small butch- Â¬ besides a living father who would have 274- fi440 38 Undivided proAtsnot a share of my own has been disposed Woods might suggest wood chuck and W O Chenault to D M Harber 88 fastest time from Cincinnati to Council Xntionftl Itank notes ofltMandlne- - HMH HI ward will be in the hands of the signal ers entirely out of their line of business been the proper person to have filed the of nor is it for sale except at my figures to efceekl3SE 57 deposits sMeet then we would chuckle Bluff Omaha St Paul Minneapolis Individual and hae the field in their own grasp suit It was also shown that Mis Aker acres 5030 5MSS7 service Due to other atlosaI ManKs There are three different parties after 3tM Sf Due to btate Banks and bankers 32 R B Cornelison to Wm Fish 219 it two and the West and North-west- to manipulate as they see fitr The only had been paid a nominal sum for caring K1RKSV1LLE- of whom I do not care to name Ex Postmaster John Taylor desires to escape S485H1H Total- IX- from disastrous results is through for her ward by Miss Embrys guardian acres 9300 I have set my price and it must be accept- Â¬ Donelsnn will mttke you as good a rent his stare house in Richmond and combination of the cattle men OK KENTUCKY and that on her becoming of age the sum J W Garrison to Clark Rice 40 acres ed at a very early date or there is liable J B Walker has gone East to buy his buggy or carriage as cau be bought STATK Or JTABISON 1SS COUNTY sell h s goods at cost to the renter An of 5800 was paid her after deducting SS C L S C Whittier Day to be a stiff advance when they ask for spring goods auy where iu America I J K GreenleafCaahler of the above apr4 tf excellent stand expenses for education clothing etc G W Harp to A J Herd 133 acres figures again named bank do solemnly bwear that the I am not anxious to sell On Wednesday afternoon of last week Miss Mary Shearer of Lancaster is above ctatement Is true to the beotof ray There was great interest centered on fJ 763 The directors of the Fak Association the C L S C celebrated with the Kentucky Central as it is a good road visiting Mrs James Shearer If jou vvaut a nice buggy phceton knowledge and belief appropri Â¬ the trial and a dozen or so of rare letters Madison Todd to Charles Blythe 7 J E Uhbenlbaf Caehter will hold a meeting at the City Council ate exercises curtiHge and a valuable one to my present system rockaway or barouche Whittier Day It was the were read in Court some of which con acres 310 Subscribed ami sworn to before rae this 5th Mits Etta and Ilattie Simmons are vis coupe go to John Donelson t rooms in Richmond at 2 oclock on Sat anniversary of apr-l-It gives me a good route South In the day of March te the birth of Longfellow tained some very endearing expressions Alex Vaughn to W C Fish 30 acres near future and in fact this year I in- Â¬ iting their aunt Mrs Dave Simmons urjaj-- afternoon 3 so W Cbooeb Jr Notary PnWIe but as his birthday was celebrated by the such as My darling little sugar bird 650 Satins Specific will cure Rheuma- Corbbct Attest tend to build several new branches which Mr Will Hagans daughter Miss Hal Circle last year they chose this y ear to My dear little Sis Mrs Howard Maupin of the Blue Lick I have been trying David Hudson to G L Toley 63 lrice 75c at W MIRVINK will greatly enhance its value as these lie is dangeroudv ill in Lexington where tism or money refunded j Dtreetore DMBKIOHT tcinity this county has eleven turkeys pay the compliment lo his friend and conto Io e another girl but the h 11 of it is acres 300 I have received a targe ittvefee Whites Drug Store Second street yery valuable ones to it she is attending school 1L L WHITE feeders will be temporary John G Whittier 5- two ueeks old I cant One of them contained a pro- Â¬ L A Ballard uear Garuett House Arent they about the WC Fish to J W The value of the Kentucky Central in the Mrs A R Rurnatn is President of the posal for a secret marriage and live as 76 acres 3442 of the Farmer fgMrs E Cosby and her daughter Mrs first of the season KKPORTof the condition RiehiiMma ia the next few months will be more than it is Bank t Circle and the meeting was held at her they had previously lived and then get W D Roy of Louisville have returned Louisville B F Ames to A W Creekmore 5 now ttlate of Kentucky at theelofceot bssiBegg Tobacco Market February SMli 18 Mr Owen Taylor of Union precinct home on West Main street home after visiting the family of Mr C married again in public acres 550 Have you made up your mind where ByOlovcr Dnrrett Louisville lobaeeo sold on Monday to Mr Robert Burton AND Regular meetings arc held weekly with REaOlKCES It being understood that Miss Embry Wm J Rayburn to D B House 175 you will locate the Kentucky Central C Chrisman Ware Houe of Garrard county a yearling jack for varied programs hut on this occasion the can not now bring another suit for dam acres Loans and Sales on our market for the past Overdrafts discountsand nu oiired 158r S6 7875 5AM 21 secured Dr Jack Burton of Springfield Ky machine shops dandy He wa 575- exercises all pertained to the life and work ages lor seduction she lias sworn out a week jtict closed amount to 2853 I1I11N U S HoihH 10 eurc circulation- - soiH m Wm J Rayburn to James Lucas 105 Not yet there are several places after and Mr Fred Burton of this place have with receipts for the suniepcuod 2147 Other stocks bonds and morlKKev warrant against Mr Higgins for bastardy acres 4031 The store house and goods of E G of the New England poet them Paris Richmond Lexington Win- Â¬ bought of J McCotton the furniture and hbds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ Due from approved reserve HKents 33MS8 ami liave marked same at prices un- Â¬ 17111 83 from other rtalionai The following was the program Jerry Sims to J E Reagan 82 J acres chester Newport and Covington This is undertakers business and will sue for the maintenance of the MuthsoH-m-lauary 1st amount to 22400 lilul f Sales Dne from State Hanks andiwiikh 677 68 ot Mr B F Tevls of Don tanker art heard of before Roll call answered by quotations from child 550 W so exceedingly in this eity m fact are of the crop of 1SS3 to date amount to Real estate furniture ami Hitmen 55 cheap that Ibtsy KirUville were burned at Decatur Ala paid AK83 the hands of Mr HEHuntingt- Â¬ howevern Current expciwei and tates The store house and residence of E G 1VKX UhU Since the above was put in Whittier Later S B Kellcy to W B Smith Clierka aim other casta itemn lUi 71 bound tn go quick at Kites Hamed Sunday night of last week on and I am satisfied that he is aole and Muth Ullls of other Biiks closes Autobiography and autograph letter type Mr Higgins was arrested in Lex- Â¬ WC Fish toG J White 46 acres competent to take care of the matter I fire Decatur Ala were destroyed by ofOur market we are firm on all grndt s Fractional paper eorrency nickel fcM W The Grand Clearance Kute wmne Â¬ hurley and able to report for Feb 24th Lost everything barely ington through a telegram sent to the and cents Richmonds four National Banks ex- Â¬ from the poet Mrs Cornelia Clay cessful beyond the BHwt sWRWit ex 1402 believe all the places offer better induce- Â¬ the week more than the usual number Specie 8WH8 pectation Tliere is sotMttg like American History in Whittiers time Sheriff and was brought here on the hibit loans and discounts to the amount o Lanter to John Thomas 26 acres ments than Covington but 1 have paid escaped with his life Insured mites- TJ of hotheads iw having fold above printers ink when ytrtt dowkat ym Redemption fund with U S Tres- was shortly after- Â¬ afternoon train but 2 and individual 146914 deposits to Mrs T J Smith 1100 While Mr Walker and Frank Tevis 1200 per 100 lb some sales of the nrer 5 per cent o eiresiaUos promise to de no particular attention to it uew as Instrumental Solo Mrs Jason Walker wards released on bond of 1500 to ap the amount of 67591479 L T Griggs to Clay Covington Ar were returning from calling on some S1550crop having reached as highcon- Â¬ Total The ruWfe generally is iavtted te in Â¬ per 100 Iba The ollVrings Recitation At School Close Miss pear Monday for trial Bro 64 acres 1480 nold spect my new stock young ladies the horse that Walker was tinue to preponderate LIABILITIES In common Mr S D Parrish sold on Monday to Minnie B Smith PERSONAL Howard Martin to Bryant Holman 30 KWJ 60 Yours Very Truly diiving stumbled and fell over aj pile of grades and the crop of 18S3 shous a Capital stock paid in An Autobiographical Sketch Messrs T E H Urmston and J W 5UJW9 M Surplus fund Whittier the typical New England acres GEO M WILLGLNG large rock that was to be beaten for the greater variety of ailments and imper4IS8 S7 500 prnftls Undivided Mr Green B Turlcv is at Hot Springs Crooke Jr a lot in Parrishs addition on poet A Critique Miss Sally Burnain Rev Stephen Noland of Nicholas ville tSilwS W fections than we have ever seen exhi National llaui Htrtps oolandlns Nancy A Perkins to Woodson Maspike seriouslr hurting him Intkkiok Dei okatok tlejoNttsMojfCt to cheek lav9I M bited iu any other crny The recent Individual Main street near the CathoKc church for Ark the lawyer and banker has written a letter ters Vocal Solo Mrs Rollins Burnam HIM 85 Due No 209 W Main Sf 32 31 other National Hanki 44 acres 41 weather conditions have been favora- Â¬ Due to State Banks and Bunker- sZJMi JS to We copy a portion UNION CITY Mrs I to the Estill Eagle Reading trom Snow Bound Mrs Dr Evans went to Cincinnati to S QiRoycc to Jas W Garrison 44X ble for handling tobacco and we adtici as follows tfHIS6e pale very larje otfering withing the Totm acres iti8 see Our Mary The closing exercises of the colored Shelby Irvine In September 1833 1 was a poor boy The mud roads are very near past trav next few weeks STATK OF KBNTUCKY IK Whittiers Home Life Mrs John Wil living public school of Richmond will take place to Harvey Parrish 50 SJ HJett Mr Asa Bean of Montgomery visited cling County of Madihoa J three miles from Irvine near the The following quotations fairly rep acres 4750 at the Baptist churchFrklay and Saturday liamson I S S Parkea Cahler of the above named Dr Poyntz yesterday Richmond road in the Witt neighborhood resent our market on Hurley tobacco bank do solemnly swear that the above Legend of the Robin Mrs K G Urotherton is improving Samuel House to N B Coy 1 acre 50 Recitation eenios at at 730 oclock G B Milter Trash Dark and damaged tobacco statement is true to the bent of ray know Â¬ One Sunday morning I dressed up in my Mr H J Strcnir has gone to New slowly Miss Mary Burnam A J Crews to J M Crews 1 acre ledge and belief Principal 250toS400 new suit made of bed ticking threw a S FARKKS Cashier York for his spring goods Colory Trash 5450 lo650 Instrumental Duet Miss Minnie B Elder Newton Taylor preached at this Mr C W Rodebaugh of Ohio is in my shoulder 100 Snbenbed little bundle of clothes across Common Lugs not colory S850 to day of March ami sworn to before me this 5th Mrs Geo W Pickels J T Tatum to W J Tatum 28 acres 10 Mr White Forman of Paris attended place Sunday Richmond with a view of locating a buggy Smith and an old fashioned quarter and 550 Jno W Crooke Jr Notary PMie It was a delightful treat for the lovers stored away tn my pocket and thus with 700 the Crooke Urmston wedding Colory Lugs 6 50 to 350 factory on a large scale He has bought ninepence Mrs Wm Bruce is better after a very Correct Attest a merited com- Â¬ a O T Chenault to J W Suittle 66 Common Leaf SfiOO to SS 00 an interest with Mr John Donclsonand of music and literature all my worldly goods equipped I struck C F BURVAM Mr W G Watts returned to his home severe spell of fever Medium to good leaf S3 50 to 1400 acres 1050 pliment to the famous boy and a beauti- Â¬ JOHN BKNNHfrr f Directors Desires to announce that be hug the business will be enlarged out on foot for Richmond At 3 P m at Gallatin Tennessee last week j Select or wrapperv leaT S1400 to T J SMITH ful tribute to one of Americas most gifted D anij Moon to R T Hulett 6o Mr Charley Bruce of Locust Brandt opesed a ew 1850 I walked into the town a bird of the Miss Kate Walker returned on Thurs Â¬ Estill county is visiting his grandfather Judge T J Scott on Thursday appoint- - poets 663 rarest plumnge that ever entered it the T EPOKT of the condition of the Madison Wm M Warren to Wm M Collins day from her winters stay in Europe G W Strother Master Commissioner of XV National Bank at Kietnaood In lira Nathan Bonny of this place Mexican Veterans poorest boy that ever walked its streets State of Kentucky si the ekneof bauinona tne Common Please Court in the place of February atth in Judge William Walker and Capt T A A meeting of Mexican Veterans resid Â¬ and having no knowledge of a soul within tj acres 130 Messrs George Noland and W R Remaining unclaimed the Post W H French resigned Mr Strother ing in Garrard county for the purpose of James Cotton to II J Fletcher 5 acres Elkin of Lancaster were here on Monday Green are at home near this place on a Oflice at Richmond Ky inweek ending At once I found its corporate limits REoOURCEK is an active bright good business man celebrating the anniversary of the battle Marcli 5lb IfcSO IWTS2 U Loans and dtocounta friends and never lost them and found AND Mrs S L Tudor and daughter Hallie vacation from the Commercial College at T 79 Ambrose Calico to J H Vincent 28 J4 and has had an experience as Circuit of Bucna Vista was held in this place on OvenlrtiltK aeenred ami unxeeured Adams Annie Lee Rice Dr C D Lexington work and have never stopped labor to this acres Sttjm M ure visited US HMo M eurecirculation Richmond this week Irvine will be of great service to V Clerk which Duvall Jennie Richardson Jas E 400 U S Roods to tteooalts 7M Among those day I was three days a tailor six months the 32nd of February Eagle 12 The Singing Society consisting prin- Â¬ Finney Decator Smith Miss Adeline Due from approv eit teaerv e aeenta TOWN LOTS IN RICHMOND Winchester present were Gea W him in his new position 2JS tg Due from other National Hank J Landram First a dry goods clerk and five years a deputy Terrill Rev R cipally of the young ladies and gentlemen Gibbs T J JtrniKs ami bankers Democrat lHie from Mate TSl SS E H Cole to N B Deather Assessor John W McPherson and two JG Sargeant of Capt Johnson Prices Com- Â¬ in the clerks office in Richmond Dur Â¬ Price Wm C Whlttley Lucy Ileal Iv tale furniture ami fixtures- - SH8 ett arc sojourning for a spell at Spring- Â¬ sing every bunday evening at half past 2 expense ami taxes paid age 1750 fons ll8 SS Posl Office hours from 6 a 31 to 7 p Current rosiponcd pany Aof Garrard county FJ White -- AT ing this latter period I studied law and 1SC0 GO oclock John Hill president jr Money order and registered letter Ulllol other itonK- J G E H Cole to Mary E Death field Illinois paper rnrrenev nwKeis Company D from on the very day that I was 31 years old fmclimmi The BreddK concert which was to have of Capt James Stones 12 anu cents erage 2506 Union City has the boom over Waco at hours prompt 7 a si to ti v 3L Mr W W Watts returned from Texas gjmw occurred last night was postponed on ac- Â¬ Madison county both commanded by viz May 13 1839 1 left the clerks office J B WILLIS P 3L SpecieUnder note- Phillip Roberts to Emmett Embry last week but wilt leave again this week last on natural gas We have it in abund- Â¬ Legal Marshal and Charles and entered a law office In the spring count of the Hlness of Madam Bredelli Col Humphrey UeUemptbiR fund with Uh Treas- Â¬ too ance I will try and not personate We urer fa pr cent of clreulatkm 2350 09 for another trip to that State Due notice of the time wHl be given Gallagher of Capt E A Graves Com Â¬ of 1840 having learned I located in Iryine Commissioner to J W Prather 3500 have plenty of clay and ore and some tlSS7 93 Several fine voices will be added to the pany F of Col Fibbatts Regiment 16th where I practiced law for 13 happy years Total Mrs W W Adams and daughter crawfish B B Million to Stephen L Simpson a LIABILITIES Infantry The veterans marched with I was the first lawyer living in Irvine list of singers Miss Annie Lee of Lexington were at Capital stock pah In- AND xaoee8 to the Lancaster Then followed S W Barnes J H Rid Â¬ 375- appropriate badges Mr Martin Moberly a nephew of Mrs HuriluH fund the Crooke Urmston wedding D C Lyman to Samuel Reed 500 Off a Week profits- Hotel where Cnpt Gallagher had pro dle and J W Irvine At the first Breath Wm Blackwell formerly of this place GOODS FOR SALE AT COST UndividedBank notes ouUtamline I5ytiu 00 National Sallie A Cobb to Calvin Clay ti6 Mr John Spears of Jessamine visited went to Missouri about one year since The editor with his wife wlH leave this v ided a sumptuous repastprepared by Mrs itt Circuit Court while I attended it May Individual deposits Mibieet to cheek 2MMS 76 United btaten ilepoil 73JW 06 Joseph Collins to Tabitha Williams Mr and Mrs T T Covington and Mr morning for a weeks absence This is Holmes exprcst ly for the occasion and Clark the Clerk of Estill brought 14 His friends received a letter stating that I debire to rent ray More house In Deiotlsof USilbbHmlHKOfliers 10BS 76 and Mrs Edgar Turley Sunday 37 410 This showed the first time he has been out of town which was served by that accomplished suits for me in my absence Richmond nnd sell my stock of Groce Â¬ Due to other National IWuikH Died with oneumonia he was dead Due to mate Banks ami bankers 1173 OS Tibitha Williams to W S Hunley ries at cott to the renter 17893 71 Mr J J Adams the chief water Bill Davis with precision and that I had friends and they had confidence Notes aud bllU ie dhieounted since last October May Turner and Miss Mollie Mis 33- JOHN TAYLOR Foreman will attend to all business dur- Â¬ good taste I was 1000 in debt when I went 1200 in me SPEEDWELL Bates were among those who went to Totaj tM7 0e Berea Trustees Berea College to G chary m to Irvine on which I paid 12 per cent The old veterans were not see Mary Anderson ing the editors absence Cincinnati to STATE OF KENTUCKY S8 N S Maret 39 calling attention to the fact that a gooa per annum interest for several years M loumy 01 jiautson Mutnpi are subsiding for want of ma- Â¬ Mrs Mary Cosby of Lexington and I C D Chenault Cashier of the above- G W Evans to Richmond Gas Light For Assessor square old fashioned Kentucky meal was When I left Irvine I was out of debt and terial to work on named bank do solemnly swear that the daughter Mrs Roy of Louisville visited Company 15000 above statement Is tme to the best of my Mr D C Rke is a candidate for As Â¬ a decided improvement on the hard tack worth 3000 knowledge and belief The interest in the Sunday school at Bettle A Byrum to G W Evans at Hon W T Tevis brother of the first so scantly sessor of Madison county subject to the and pickled pork that was On the day that I was 33 years old I C CHENAULT the churches here is growing named last week The Little Hardware Store Subscribed ami Dsworn to beforeCashier Mr dished out to them by Uncle Sam when was elected Commonwealths Attorney In 3500 action of the Democratic party me this A Copy Attest 5th day of MarcM 1S89 keep at ray yard near the depot ia Rice has always been a handworker for they were on the march from Comargo a district embracing Franklin Fayette Hendren and Wells have dissolved part- Â¬ Squire John McCord of Clark county OF a P DKATHEHAQE Notary Public I Richmond all kinds of Thos Tiioarr Clerk Gen Landram related an Woodford Jessamine Clark Madison and Mr Joe Phelps of Fayette county nership in the planing mill It is being the party and belongs to a large Demo Â¬ to Monterey and Correct At tet Bv J II Thorps D C JZUL were here on Monday and the latter now run by Mr Wells individually cratic family that never had a county incident that occurred at Comargo while Estill counties I ran on the faith that A RBUIINAM y Directors B J CLAY office bought some jack stock they were encamped at that place A the election coming on my birth day was II B DILLINGHAM Mr Gordon of the L S was looking Is not quite as large as some others Suttler was selling cider at ten cents a an augury of good success Not a friend that Dr C D Pattie and family for some over the route for the R N I 3 R R say you have seen but he wishes to An Aged Horse Dead and the famous YoaghJogheay Oal with class from the inside of a tent one end of that I had in the world believed that I Also Autbraeite I will handle months residents of Wichita recached last week He was favorably impressed the t that ofbis prices correspond just re- Â¬ Old Prince HEADQUARTERS the faithful buggy hotse ize hit house He has Elijah Herndon loaned the barrel being against the back part of would succeed Richmond last week and will again make with this line ceived A FULL LINE OF of the late Dr Thomas S Moberley died FOR f ir nt A soldier entered and asked me a wnue norse wuicu x ruuc tliti place their home on Saturday at Forest Grove aged 31 When the ditches are obstructed on the price per glass and when told that it months in the contest and A A Curtis Shanahan Co have bqught Holmans 5 ears Prince was driven by the Doctor was ten cents a glass remarked that he pulled off his coat and gave it to me I Mrs James E Cantrill received a cable Â¬ each side of the road so that the water PLOWS MATTOCKS HOES goods at Million and rented his property for 25 years but was turned out to roam gram last week from London saying pours into the road all the fall months till could get it for five cents on the outside never used a dollar in the election in any They will conduct a mercantile business CTr GS at will about the premises after the Doc Â¬ Miss Sadie Cecil who is winter comes and the road gets impassa Â¬ AND TOBACCO and taking the proprietor to the rear of way The first court that I attended at Shanahan Aanger have rented property tlitt her sister tor s death and for some years had not ble and the overseer all at once concludes of every description aud everything is progressing favorably the tent showed him a soldier who had Frankfort after my election I was truly at Stringtown and will open a store ill there 4C Orders left at W G Whites so much as worn a bridle something must be done piles in the brush the farmer needs Pope is sole agent Georgetown Times B at tapped the cask and was selling out of a terror to evil doers Gambling houses Work has begun on the E Smiths drug rtoreo and at A H and piles on the mud so that the passer for the celebrated Lalors grocery will receive preospt at Mr F B Crooke and wife Mr B W the other end of the same barrel at a and whiskey houses suffered My fees those two points and will be pushed with Tea Males Dead on horseback gets his picture taken tentiou cheaper rate and in consequence was nominally were 600 I went to W T rigor Large numbers of laborers are Turner and wife Mr E Tutt Burnam Last weeks Climax mentioned the whether drunk or not is the overseer in Mr J M- - Christopher will always be It required Herndon the Sheriff and told him how daily arriving Col J W Caperton Col John K Faulk- Â¬ nourishing business death of tour mules the property of Col doing a found at the yard and will take pleas Â¬ no way responsible for which he keeps a full Hue of repairs sales of the much I needed money and asked him to B White were at the to suppress the ure iu wating on all eoatomere O II Chenault from an unknown cause but a moment The C S trains arc now running on ner and Mr S CSTReruember he makes his owu The meeting at Little Rock in the in who immediately fled to a place take the list good or bad fix his flwn their own line on schedule time The intuguration of President Harrison Mr share I hope to receive Ba BALDWIN nf p lo yesterday ten had died and others outsider I Tinware terest of the Speedwell Boom last his ill gotten gains It was price and buy my fees To my surprise new track around the tunnel is in good patronage T Mr W Grant Berry of Lexington were sick Col Chenault thinks they re of safety with Â¬ 29- Friday was very interesting Many spec Â¬ plfcce Uiat Joe Murphy of he gave me a check for 400 on the Farmcondition but it takes two engines to take formerly of this place was here on Mon Â¬ ccned poison in their food in some sort of also at that Company A lost twenty five dollars on ers Bank and I went to the bank and over1 a rain of ten cars the grade for a day taking orders for shoes When this imens of valuable material were exhibited 3 35 accidental way They are on the John a bet that Christmas came that year on drew my money on my check and my part of the way being at the rate of 365 old shoe dealer cant get a good big share and many more leases were taken and Duncan farm on the quarters salary which was 75 That company mean to push business the 26th of December as it came feet to the mile The fire in the tunnel of the pic its a poor showing for other i6 was was the richest day in feeling of my There are to be three meetings this week Precisely So 35th the previous year Attention fellows is out and the work of re arching ha at different points Wednesday at Wm 1 to the fact that the railroad that life I got the money in small bits stow Â¬ commenced Stanford Journal The Baltimore Manufacturers Record Mr C L Searcy is in Canada looking Waltons on Crooked Creek Thursday rnm thi rountiv to the City of ed it away closely in my pantaloon pock- Â¬ was begun on after the interests of his patent ledger Richmond growing with won- Â¬ sajs On Monday last work at Blue Bank and Friday at Little Rock famous Black Fort ets and when I reached home my wife derful rapidity A number of very costly Mexico passes by the Winchester to Beatty He has patents from the governments of again j thence by the cel Â¬ was sitting at a little table sewing and I theL 166 E MAIN STKEBT FOR pr rate residences and the finest hotel in in front of Monterey rille on the farm of Mrs Butler five France England and other foreign coun- Â¬ Bishoprt Palace that was stormed drew out all the money right quick from We have associated oarselyes togeth- Â¬ lie State outside ol Louisville are under ebrated E E McCANN 223 Main Kentucky Central Railway Company and both pockets and threw it all over the miles above Irvine It is not believed by tries and will visit Boston New York and er In the BarberiBg BueiBrss are develop Â¬ by Gen Worth and on to Saltillo will be prose- Â¬ other cities during his present trip construction and the certain Passenger Department came near our people that this work 37- located at lOtf B Main Street Jm Ka over the battle field of Buena V ista Col table She jumped back and ment of pottery in the county is giving cuted many thinking that it is a bluff Cincinnati February 36 18S9 f sey building uext door le Roberts b at the Mr Evan McCord made a happy WmR McKeewho was killed Forty giving a Methodist shout in Versailles to force the R N I B road to bujr t g impetus to things Wines drug store On and after Friday March 1st 18S9 On election day I was Wc will sell the Garnett House in Rich- Â¬ LIFE INSURANCE speech at Staunton Vat Friday night in was a native of this place Â¬ battle First class right from them We are not post Sbav passenger trains of this line will arrive at mond Ky AT ACTUAL COST iog 10 ceuts work guaranteed eeta IS thcse mM Therf had been a tide in the river and their Court Day two vears have passe1 tnce ohihlreaa bahr and consequently accept response to a toast The Students of and depart from the Central Union Pas fifty or one hundred of my frienJs were ed in the matter Persons desirous of obtaining life in- Â¬ cents Lee during the meeting senger Station Cincinnati O 2 E Bush auctioneer reports 100 whowere then twys left home for a spree word of the projectors of the road Washington On Saturday March 16 1889 surance at actual coat should write for clad to down the river They oeiermmea 10 the Please give us a eolL SaUsfeetfea f nl irsre doubles common cattle on the market Monday to build it Estill Eagle of the Alumni Association The Spectator Alley S F B Morse v hnmc in time to vote for me that they intend fcJQUlRE COBB iusured circulars to and the Vindicator both speak in high the get home alive having learned some Of his number 75 changed hands It will be offered Finding Genl Pass Agent to the highest bidder 23- M V MOOKS The Stanford Journal says man said Many of them passed through Versaillies terms of the effort in three parcels and as a whole It has a Security JIottjat Bra bfit Society Huntington H kc selling at 3 cents Several yokes of thing of soldier life and as the passed Judge Good it impossibc to clear up the tunnel which 6o foot front i 82 J6 feet deep three his bear got to sec a on Sunday As they c cn sold S75 to Gen Manager 233 Broadway Now York that Mr and Mrs E TPowell a pleas mt 125 about 50 roulesen who was showwg stories high with good cellar has 50 locs house two miles from Richmond on fell in tm the Cincinnati Southern f e market and 17 broke sold at 140 to great deal of the country rooms and is doing a good hotel business ccuple passed here last evening to Rich Â¬ Tills society eialuis that fur six years --United the Irvine road he said he asked a party company has contracted with the L A DUTY TO YOURSELF CThe territory gamed by the S 0 one mare sold for being well arranged for same The liouse the cost to a member of middle age has 150 said N to run its through passenger trains mond Mr Powell has contract for the was what were then of them if they had seen me and they with little expense converted can It Is surprising that people will use a threebefirst class business houses and isinto been Less than Twkivk Dollars a colt for JtiS plug horses 35 to States in that war 90 mile extension of Louisville Southern Mexico and that they had not seen me but but that over this branch of the road to Chatta LOUISVILLE KY called therovinces of New 5 Pans Kentuckian Citi- - common ordinary pill when they can bet located property tn town for hotelthJ Ybak for each thousand dollars of in- Â¬ Iarge crowd but rather dull day church nooga until a rood can be mint arouna iu prist Richmond or about 700 I was preaching in the Methodist secure a valuable English one for U10 buRiness houes New Californii a territory of 3ft- Excellent opera house surance East and as they passed through and that they heard The trains will pass this place about 30 zHi From Texas Dr Ackers English or theatre with professional offices on miles North and South and 900 They are stopping at Mr T S Elliss same money minutes ahead of each passenger train square miles the old brothers and sisters inside sayin Tho Largest and Finest Hotel in This r second floor could he arranged Mr J W Heradon has returned from West a surface of 630000 cure for pills are a out Â¬ but will make no stops except to tile on house is opposite the Coutt house an im- Â¬ f at hirwm uiic tiiaux - Amen I Bless thq Lord and on the the city e winters stay In Texas Bnrsaparllla la peculiar to They are He reports equal m pas Hoods u t Ai finTnrano side of the house some iwo hundred peo coal and water A measurement of theÂ¬ Ittelf and superior to all other prepa small and all liver troubles and do not posing edifice with beautiful yard e Urroers traders and stockmen tn lair includes cawornia sweet easily taken TERMS One third cah May 1st Day to 4 i road shows that it is onlyvbo miles fur th rien- - pie were halloing hurrah for peavinc xt ffirn Two PiVB RoOM COTTA0HS in Par 3 good Dttlons in streURth economy and gripe Bold by V G White Prescrip Â¬ when possession will be given one third jn condition wRh encouraging pros- - I Arizona UUn na domain Goodloc was a candidate for Judge ther to Chattanooga via route they are qfedecJaal merit rlshs aritlllieg Tlh plunk walk from Judge 6 months balance in 11 months note It tion Druggist little According to rooms He ulyb the cattle trade i t portion of our national will give us eight pa- with approved security with 6 per cent Slaiti slreef Apply o at the time My majority in Madison now going This xr there than here- - The change of ancaster News Gbo II MYEHS or Turkish and Kasaptt Baths is W B Belkuap one of Louisvilles Internet and lien reserved Julia Head killed T V Wolf at White was a son of printer Jim was over 900 and over 500 in E still Nev eenger trains daily onal adminUtratlon notwithstanding 87- Mexico er can I forget the people of Madison and MtS AGENT S D PVKBI6K prom iu cot business tucu w dead 83 31 Hotel 56 30 rOWELL EVANS of Richmond and went to spring schedule of the Kentucky greenwood Pulaski county The s I rm Ca ctt rwwt Tmocrat4C White Estilt from this pucx- rit wiH hvc o eflfect on business Mr Hiram Jett Sale of Farm sold to Mr Harvey lvca nouseJns SquirePhelps place two mCej from Richmond on hs I Horse Men Tickled to Death impossible for a man boy or any boJy else to pass W C Gormley Cos saddlery and harness house without gaz ing in at the windows There displayed with great taste are cooling blankets horse boots toe weights spurs stirrups bridles muzzles in one window and In the other harness saddles blankets trace chains collar pads blind bridles and ser cingles Hie handsome glass cases along the walls contain fancy and plain saddles sad Â¬ dlery hardware harness gold and siher buckles harness oils harness soaps horse brashes and curry combs The show cases display riding and driv Â¬ ing bits fancy riding and driving bridles whips and other fancy goods The truth is Gormley lias everything He makes a specialty of light road and track harness He made the harness with which Susie S won the great Buffa- Â¬ lo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2500 to 5000 It Real Estate Transfers For the month of February are as follows II B Dillingham to W H Douglas IM CiGMllt 3 Â¬ -- Â¬ - ll IffEW FIRM ItfEW GOODS f 1 STAPLE M GROCERIES CHEAP for CASH 9 111 r-- three-and-a-ha- lf - Reasonable Prices- - much-talked-- four-year-o- - NftUGURRTED M XlMill mw GOODS EWPEIOES Â¬ Â¬ KEW WALL PAPERS New Window Shades n Â¬ jeis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if Mi are Store A CLAUDE SMITH LETTERS Hardware Stove TIN WAEE HOUSE No 26 N Second St -- HOUSE FOR EENT Armers old stand Â¬ THE CABINET 3R COALTARD POPE oar 1 Kentucky Coal Si iu 3Elo GRAIN Childrens Carriages LUMBER HAY BALED RNI BISSjEZXsZ FlaOW pi Call and See Him Garnett House ITew BarberShop COEB CV SALEI sgfKf tru ujj 0 MOORE ad St Â¬ ti 1J Â¬ GALT - HOUSE jwit6 -- I i - FOR RE23T c- - -- 1 I- 7 Rates25o Per pi Â¬ TH ji jxj Si m ia2i-- -- ADRUFF r rjROYAL AN ECLIPSE Grand Spectacle tVltnesied In Japan tn August 1887 WATCHING ri 1 j WATCHH1KER JEWELEB DEALER IN Watabe Clocks Jewelry Silver aud a4teMfon given to Absolutely Pure- This powder neer varies A mnrrel of purlly MreiiEli ul wliolesomenesb Moi e economical than the ordinary kinds millÂ¬ eaBBot be fcoltl in cool petition with the mul titude of low tet Ebort weight nlum unil bold only In chiik owders nbovphnte Hoi ai KaeiG IowdebCo 106 Wall Street Kew York 21 20 As the time for tho eclipse drew near tho number of visitors to tho cas tlo greatly increased and the prepara- Â¬ tions extended through long week At last received their final touches the the 19th of August dawned groat the Important day ushered in with the clearest of skios and the most radiant sunbeams Twenty or thirty of the guards in snowy dresses watched the castlo and all its entrances and none excoptthe specially invited guests wore admitted The instruments wero carefully adjusted for instant use and in spite of the torrid heat we were all Tho astir with eager anticipation guests quietly gathered in the open space below the instruments and a subdued hum of pieaiant conversation The eclipse filled the hot noontide was to begin at thlrty soven minutes af tor two oclock About an hour before this a delicate little white cloud floated up toward tho zenith and spread very quiotly over the bright blue sky un- Â¬ til oven the visitors began to look up- Â¬ ward with some fear lest tho after Â¬ noon might be only partly clear after all And that little white cloud not only grew into great size itself but it was joined by other nnd darker ones from all directions which as they seemed to gain confidence from numbers nnd blackness soon shut out tho sun com- Â¬ pletely and spread consternation over every face around us The beginning of the oclipso was not seen at all but we caught a few glimpses of tho sun afterward a gradually narrowing cres- Â¬ cent As it became apparent that my part of tho work which was to draw the filmy outermost streamers of tho corona could not bo done I left my appointed station and hastened to the upper castle wall Here standing near the instruments I watch oil the strange landscape under its gray Even inanimato things seem shroud endowed at times with a terrible life of their own and this deliberate slow moving pall of cloud seemed a malig- Â¬ nant pow er not to bo evaded At tho Instant of totality a darknoss and silence like that of death foil upon the castle and the town and all tho world around Not a word was spoken tho very air about us was motionless as if all nature were in sympathy with our sus- Â¬ pense The useless instruments out- Â¬ lined their fantastic shapes dimly against the massing clouds and a weird chill fell upot the earth Djrker and still darker it grw Every trace of color fled from ihe world Cold dull ashen gray covered the face of nature and a low rumblo of thundor muttored ominously on tho horizon Even at that supreme moment my thoughts flew backward ovor the eight thoutand miles of land and stormy ocean already traveled the ton of teleÂ¬ scopes brought with such care the weeks of patient waiting at the old castle all that long journey and those great preparations for just theso of precious time throe minutes which were now slipping away so fast And already they wore gone One sharp brilliant ray of sunshine flashed down upon us Totality was over and lost This tiny rift in tho clouds showed the slender edge of the sun for a second and was gone And a pro- Â¬ found sigh as of great nervous tension relieved came up from the crowd bo low The calamity was too great to be measured at once and it was some minutes before we cared to speak We had trusted Nature and she had failed us and our sense of helplessness was overwhelming Every astronomical studont now knows how the track of this ill fated eclipse was followed by clouds all along its course and how totality and tho wished for corona were hidden by clouds from nearly all the eager oyes and waiting instruments through its entire length Ilut an astronomer must be philosophic and our astronomer nobly displayed this quality And so gradually our visitors left us and the sound of demolishing and packing was heard on the bill Tho tents were folded and the party dis- Â¬ Mabel Loomis Todd persed in St Jtieholas HIGH BUILDINGS A Protest Agalnsttlie Sky Scraping Struc Â¬ tures of Oar Days The daily papers interest themselves o good deal in the building which it is proposed to erect in Minneapolis We do not know whether the scheme is a serious one but if so we are decidedly inclined to agree with the persons who believe that such in Â¬ ordinately lofty structures aro not likely to prove profitable to their owners There Is no doubt that with care and skill a very lofty office build- Â¬ ing or apartment house may be so con- Â¬ structed as to be safe against ordinary sources of danger but it is also certain that very few buildings of the kind are so constructed and nearly all the twelve and fifteen story structures that wo know have within a few yean after their construction shown signs of movement which must inevitably lead to speedy deterioration if not total ruin In most cases the cracking and twisting which the observant eye readily detects appear to come from unequal settlement in dif- Â¬ ferent portions of the walls and in the substance of the walls themselves and such unequal settlements would be increased by carrying the masonry to a greater height unless tho usual system of building was modified by abandoning close jointed facings to rubble through brick walls and con- Â¬ structing all exterior and division walls of block stone of nearly the same dimensions This would add consider- Â¬ ably to the cost of tho building and increase the amount which must be charged for rents in it Moreover even If properly and safely constructed such a building would have many ob- Â¬ jections from which more modern structures are exempt Wo ought never to forget that we live In a coun-Â¬ try where earthquakes are tolerably frequent Probably each one of our readers has felt ono or more shocks strong enough perhaps to shako bricks off a chimnoy top and the effect of such shocks at tho top of a building three hundred feet high would bo so vigorous as to frighten the tenanUof the upper stories if nothing worse More than fifty years ago there was an epidemic of lofty buildings in New York and although elevators were then unknown six seven or eight stories were not considered too much to placo ovor the valuable lots in tho lower part of the city Between 1830 and 1840 some earthquake shocks were felt in New York and the owners of the taller buildings mtde haste to cut off the upper stor es and reduce them to moro stable proportions What would be the effect of a lively earth- Â¬ quake shock on the tenants of a twenty eight story building may be imagined and the fall of a person from an upper window oranyoneof adoten probable accidents would depopulate all the structures over a certain height in Min- Â¬ neapolis or in other town3 that might follow Its example American Archi Â¬ tect twenty-eight-story Ptaed ware ele Special ETONC DIAMONDS AND OTHER PHECIOOS STONES REPAIRING Promptly Ante Cash niHi mauncr for an incurable case of Catarrh i the Head byUioproprictorBOf letft3u in a workmanlike DR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY 1 v iJ Paid for Old Grid and Silver ISUseDtttit lorset Poet office to jaii 4 the place next door Hiciinond Ky If AITTEE CHICKEN Headache Symptom of Catarrh obstruction or nose discharges falling Into profuse watery and acrid throat sometimes at others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody and putrid eyes weak ringing in carsÂ¬ expecto deafness difficulty of clearing throat offensive ration of offensUe matter breath debility smell and taste impaired and general Only a few of theso symptoms likely to be pres Â¬ ent at once Thousands of cases result in con Â¬ sumption and end In the gjave By its mild soothing and healing properbes Dr Sages Remedy cures the worst cases Ac Tlip Oricrinai r IG1PCQS - - nz -- trrru n Cholera Cure Ja3Ks cst ouawt to take the stomach rneoualcdasaIlTerPHl Smallestchcap One relict n Dose aireSlckHeadaclicBIIIoutiireadacUe Iiidigeitlon Dlzzlucss CoimUpatlou derangementfl of Ililious Attacks and all eta by druggists S5 and bowels 4 of dollars worth of chickens die ever year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discover of a remedy that positively tmres it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS HIS Â¬ Â¬ Thousands 3arecrcf v nrwVsV 0MJrU Life Hclhsr CeChildl I lb -- SS 41 iTtArnwvv Â¬ C r Simmons St I omj Pmpi M A Simmons Liver Medicine tfctd JS40 in the U S Court dkfeats J The Original Wins er Kegulator Estd by Zeihn 1566Iir M A S L M has or 47 years cured ilZcilinrroprAQSimmoni ArrrTiTE Dobbins Siectris oap THE BEST FAMILY SOAP IH THE WC fiLD liBMrictyrtK UfiMiii Wy THEariBjl hs Uoest This honp la in nvHUIy to J ay vitli mac tweaty yowrs eik the -- ntmi i astor ii K Church iAdams Tenn wnlpi4 Jthiok I should have been dead but ior your oenuine Ai a Mm mors Lit er Medicine I have had substitute Uw5 sometimesstuff fortoyour Medi rrr Zeihns IBira cine but it dont answer the purpose Dr I R Grares TCAttnr TO CCoat BaMut MemohlsTenn caire receiTed a Dackaire of tost I iver Mediane and have used half it It works like a charm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer- no more ot ciuas mixture 1 a uisrtnum IIEADACIIILOST Son tohach Etc Indigestion Biuoisnsss formttU for which we paid 0000 ucver been moduicd or ca cmor mJ Me s uh tcs waftbes lUnaclsaiht bLmVets a bo other oop wirf out hnakiB leaving c mi the vor J tfccM soft aad white aai lie mv Jreii UHia HulliiHR II bat Jirt Jabric-- Jtbncht n In 49 4 READ THIS TWICE laas laccinc Soap is used ncconlitic rIKRE a kof crcat mis vine fuel and of the of time of labor iabne wliere Dob tlen its fTti trial wilBieBalratetril great Bent It --J wiH you 10 aalce that att T IKE ir iKrtl thlnra k ii cxtcjfelrcly UaJ H tatesaadcmiMerfcncd r tu cllreo 33eware of Imitations TJfSIST po Xefebr Klectnc Demt uVe MacetJC learo MX PMtaddfvhu Electric er my iher fnw 1 opiy Itcmim k k cheap They wfl mm ctbcs aud arc dcax u any pnee Aik for QUEER BUSINESS WAYS Tho Manner In Which Purchases Aro Made In Guatemala Maximiliano Krolick a merchant of Champorico Guatemala is at tho Oc- Â¬ Mr Krolick says the coffco cidental crop of Guatemala Is unusually heavy and that In conscqucnco more than tho averago amount of goods will be bought in San Francisco by tho merchants of tho Southern coast That is a strango country to do businoss in said Mr Krolick I have sold goods in Massachusetts and Colorado and been a good deal ovor the world and have noted the pecu- Â¬ liarities of different sections but that is tho oddost of all I have ever been in Of 1800000 population in Guate- Â¬ mala now 1200000 are native Indians and as may bo supposed the big por- Â¬ tion of tho business is with them They are n vnrv nnlitn neonle and oncominc into the store will make some remark about the weather and ask how busi Â¬ ness is Then if I am well and if my wifo is and my sistor and my cousin and every body connected with me and when 1 say they aro well they say they are extromely glad of it and hopo wo will always be woll I must ask tho samo of them oven If Itconsumos an hour or more to do it and must vlsh long life and prosperity to them Then wc smile all around and I ask if there is any thing I can do for thom to day They say they hadnt thought of it but will look at this that or tho other I get down goods of every grade and thoy examine them all and prico thom and discuss them very sociably and after spending a good deal moro time they thank mo with many pleas ant woids for the kindness and con sideration I havo shown them and say yo voy avizn that is wo will go and advise meaning that they will now go home and consult all their other folks about it With many bows and polito words we separate and tho next day they come back accompanied by tho wholo family men women children cous- Â¬ ins and whoever clso may constitute tho household The same formalities as to health are gone through with and then tho goods are all brought forth again until the counters are all littered over the fabrics and cost aro discussed thoroughly again and then it is possible thoy may buy However perhaps they will say having selected something that it is very fine and beautiful and cheap but that they will call for it at somo day soon and thank me for tho kindness I have shown thom I sec then that they have not the monej just ready so I say that I shall be more than pleased to havo them take whatever they want and hope they wont bother thcmsolvcs at all about tho mere matter of com- Â¬ pensation Well then they say they will bo pleased to take the goods and will pay In thirty days or whatever timo may They thus soonest suit their purpose at last accept the goods and with many polito bows take their departure This is the way business is done there I thought I could never get used to It It would harrass most busi- Â¬ ness men terribly but I soon got ac- Â¬ customed to it I fell right into tho easy ways of the people and took to it quite naturally And doyouknow theso people llvo up to time on their agree- Â¬ ments Whatever thoy agree to do they perform to the letter They aro very honorable and come right up with their money This modo of doing business at Champerico is an illustration of how it is done all over Guatemala Tho 400 000 mixed Spanish and Indian natives and 200000 pure blood Spanish and highly educated people have much tho same way of making purchases and it is not such a bad way when a busi Â¬ ness man gets used to it When Presidont Barrios took his seat in 71 there were only twelve schools In Guatemala and when he died in 85 there wore 1700 Now under Barrillas thcro nfo 2900 and 1200 of theso are in buildings of eight to ten rooms each There is compul- Â¬ sory education there Every child is forced to go to school There are many teachers there from the New England States and the condition of tho people is being steadily raised to a high standard San Francisco Exam THE BOWSER FAMILY Mr Bowser doesnt intend to let sickness or death get ahead of us as a family if any effort of his can prevent and he is always doing tho right thing In the nick of time One day he came home an hour ahead of time his coun-Â¬ tenance wearing a very Important look and tho first thing he did was to bolt upstairs to our bedroom and lower the window although I hnd just closed it after airing tho room for two hours He then camo clattering down to ask me for a pan What on earth do you want of a pan now Mr It Cleared His Home of Bac- Â¬ teria and Other Perilous Things iner LUCK IN BIG NOSES Famous Persons IVho Hare Prominent Xasal Protuberances Doctor my nose is too big and too flat It spoils my entire face Ill pay you any sum if you will tell me how to reduce its size and change its shape And ayoungheiressof gilded Murray Hill sank into an easy chair in tho offico of tho old family physician and began to pout Bless me what a notion My dear Do you think child aro you crazy that we doctors go around with our saws in our hands ready to shave peo- Â¬ ple down to just tho proportions thoy may choose for the moment But doctor petulantly resumed the pampered pet of an old millionaire Ive road in some newspapers that doctors now cut out the cartilage or whatever you may call it of tho noso and then by putting on a plaster cast it can be made to grow into any shapo desired Physicians do a great many things when necessity compels them and noses have been cut when disease made it compulsory and as you say plaster casts have been used but no sane per-Â¬ son except yourself ever came to a phy-Â¬ sician on such an errand Its prepos- Â¬ terous little one really preposterous Run off for a walk and dont bother your pretty head about such trifles And as Miss Murray Hill flounced out of the ollco the long headed old doctor took out his memorandum book For professional advice about nose to Miss Murray Hill 25 and in duo time it will be added to papas bill The gamy miss who wanted her noso made over again probably didnt know that a big nasal appendage is ono of the sure Indications of mental shrewd- Â¬ ness Tvo never known of a man with a big noso who wasnt smart said a professor in Bellevue hospital college when spoken toon the subject Tha great Napoleons nose was big Gladstones nose is big but it ends in a sharp point Bismarck has a big nose that is however almost flat on the end General Grants nose was not too large but it was large enough to be promi- Â¬ nent Blaines no3e is very prominent aud all his children including his daughters are easily distinguishable by the same large protuberance Jay Gould is possessed of a large nose So aro Rjssell Sje and Cyrus W Field President Clevelands nose Is a trlfio above the ordinary size Dan Laments nose is very prominent The late John Kelly had a flat pug nose General Harrisons nasal organ Is quite large but not so prominent as that of Levi P Morton or the Old Roman Joseph Pulitzer and Charles A Dana both have large nose3 Pulitzers is very prominent Governor Hill Is an ex- Â¬ ception to the rule His nose is qulto small Dr Talmago and Dr John Hall both famous pulpit orators havo large noses So have Secretaries Bayard and Whitney Ben Butlers nose Is qulto small so is Henry Wat tersons but George W Cbllds Austin Corbin Chauncey M-- Depew Lawrence Barrett and scores of others who rre prominent before tho public have thtir full share of nasal organ A Y Mail and Express i TEE m talc t mo v4l arJer rm M emo fcoicslc grocer Ty RAD the iikmc rpcr sromd each JWr aad he careful to follow directions en each aataaac wrapper You afford to kascr before tryiag for youoetf thts eW reliable DOBBIXfT ELECTRIC fco-eW Kesri crrrr grocer from Matnc Iccem tt in trck If yunrs hasnt K be TH0 FHFiLL ta Give carri csrviuliy ha nk aadtaay xmdjul Dobbins 4 Electric I L CRAGIN 27 53 cannt CUTTER GRINDER AND SHELLER Combined in One Frame The Only Combined Feed Mill Made Soa CO 1A Warrsgted OS Satisfaction PHILADELPHIA Can u9 threo rfiCerefit stsed Grinders upon th EeaSy firs marMnrs la some Hill at any time INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies Kortk America Philadelphia SfNiagfield - ail tor dreular to CTLXZYZS 27 53 Williamsburg Ind 3ttACr f Hartford Kiara - - - - 2sew York - - - - Cincinnati AmasoH PaHe3iriiia - - Philadelphia BOCK BOTTOM RATES OCee at Farmers 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and threo cups of flour stir in a cup and half of molasses a cup of cold water and one egg 7ery welt beaten add a table spoonful of ginger a tcaspoonful of soda and two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar bent the mixture nnd bake in a Christian Union I asked ho an- Â¬ To save all our lives swered How Your bedroom is full of poisonous gases which must be absorbed by an open vessel of water Nonsense I expected it Thats tho weapon of the ignorant Mrs Bowser if you want to dio by poisonous gases poison- Â¬ ing tho blood I have nothing to say but I shall save the life of our child if possible I havo felt a strange lassl tudo for several days and a sanitary plumber tells mo that we havo pois- Â¬ oned air in tho room Your lassitude couldnt havo come from being out to club nnd lodgo four successive nights until twelve oclock could it Ho seized tho pan and hurriod up- Â¬ stairs and when he had filled it at tho lavatory ho sat it in tho middle of tho floor and came down with a relieved look on his face to say Sec if you dont fesl bettor than you havo for a month Its wonder wo are not all dead Did tho ancients know about theso poisonous gases I asked Not a thing Thoy never gavo them a thought And yet the averago of health was turist seventeen per cent above that of to-Â¬ The value of clover a3 an egg food day and tho average of mortality that is readily seen by tho large percentage much lower How do you account for of lime and phosphoric acid Of all it vegetable kingdom it is tho most acces- Â¬ O well if you want to dio go ahead sible and cheapest food Fed with Ill even buy a rope and help you to meat scraps it makes a nearly complete hang yourself I expected this of egg food Sulphur Is also present as course but ridicule never moves me well as salt in fact all ingredients Mrs Bowser never necessary to the formation of an egg Two hours later he went up stalrs In can be found in the above foods and bis slippers to look for a paper In an- Â¬ all aro in such a form as to be readily other coat and of couso he sat his assimilated by the digestive organs of foot plump down in that pan of water a fowl There was a yell and n jump and over Browned Oysters on Toast Open wont the pan and when I got up there two dozen large oysters keeping them he stood holding up ono leg as you separate from their juice Then mix havo seen a hen do on a wot day smoothly tha Jfolk of two eggs with a What I said on that occasion kept Mr little flour beard tho oysters and Bowser quiet for a wholo week Then season them with salt and peppefj he began to grow restless again and then dip them separately In the mix- Â¬ one night he brought homo a suspicious-ture of egg and flour place them in a looking package and sneaked it sauce pan and brown them in a little up stairs After supper he suddenly clarified butter When brown tako disappeared and when I looked for them out of tho sauce pan and pour him up stairs ho had something in a tho juice of the oysters into the butter basin nnd was about to hold it over a remaining in the pan Thicken this gas burner with a little flour and after simmering Mr Bowser havo you got a new it gently for two or three minutes put theory I asked in tho oysters and let them remain Look here Mrs Bowser ho ro -- until they get thoroughly hot thenl plied as he put down the basin you take them out and serve od slides of havo heard of bacteria I presume toasted bread 11 Yes sir They are germs of disease floating THE FENCE QUESTION about They aro alive If inhaled Farmers Comment on This cholera yellow fever and other dread An EasternPerennial Subjaet diseases aro the result Fumigation Undoubtedlyi as an exchange sug- Â¬ kills them gests the best way to ntannge breachy And you aro going to fumigate this animals is to have the kind of fences room that they can not throw down or jump I am I am going to kill off the over for bad fences make unruly stock dreaded bacteria Cattle reared on farms where the Well youll drive us out of tho fences are poor are apt to be trouble- Â¬ house or kill us some ever after but if they can be kept I went down stairs and he burned a from jumping until four or five years compound of tar and sulphur In ten old it is surprising how slight a barrier minutes wo had to open doors and will keep thom within bounds It is windows and the cook camo running therefore important that cattle should in to ask be kept from contracting breachy Is it cremation Mr Bowser is try-Â¬ habits while young What kind of ing on us fences a man can most economically I am simply driving out tho bac- Â¬ build and maintain will depend upon teria he replied coming down stairs his locality the scarcity of timber etc at that momont In regions where chestnut or some And theres bacteria in tho house other durable timber is plentiful the Im afraid so old Virginia worm fence possesses some And Ive worked here four weeks advantages is easily built under the noses of the dreadful crea- Â¬ readily movedIt when necessary and to tures Mr Bowser I quits I quits change the shape and size of fields now But there is no economy of timbor in And quit sho did We had to steep tho worm fence and at the best it on tho sitting room floor last night atten- Â¬ every caller requires constant care and and three weeks later il tion A good solid fence could still detect that odor It was bettor1 cladS of timber requires hardly gone however when Mr Bow and more a labor to build but it will ser began to sniff around again last many for years with little or no Any more bacteria I asked and if made five rails high is Mrs Bowser if you want to sit hero care about the most unjumpable thing and die I have no objections but I at- Â¬ dont propose to neglect common sense that a breachy animal is likely to tempt On farms encumbered with precautions to preserve myown health stones stone walls If well laid up on a Is anything wrong now below frost line I think so I think I can detect an foundation with slight repairswill last long time but or odor of sewer gas in the house dinarily the work Is done in too much Impossible I shant have no moro ot a hurry and a poorly built stone stuff burned until I know it is neces Â¬ wall is only a nuisance It Is a ques-Â¬ sary you sewer gas tion whether in most cases the stones Wont If there is could not bo disposed of to better ad Â¬ hero it must be eradicated at once For the next week the entire house vantage injsome othor way An old smelted of chloride of lime until one stone wall that has been staked and could hardly draw a long breath but ridered is about the most untidy and ugly a combination In the shape of a Mr Bowser was not satisfied one imagine The I havo been thinking he said to fence that fence can spite of draw- Â¬ in its me one evening that 1 may bring tho barbed wire germs of some terrible disease home in backs is rapidly growing in popularity my clothes I ride on tho car you Its comparative cheapness and the ease with which it maybe kept from becom Â¬ know and I ought to take precautions ing a harbor for weeds and other foul How Carry a disinfectant about mo to growths are in its favor There is a tendency to do away with tho long and repel the germ3 dangerous barbs that were first Intro- Â¬ might be a good idex It Now you are talking sense Now duced and to make them just long you seem to understand tho peril enough to act as reminders An ani- Â¬ mal soon learns to respect a fence with which has menaced us Ho got spmothing down town tho even short barbs on it Still tho wiro next day I think some of his friends fence even in itii modified forms is far put up a job on him knowing his from being a perfect one The best craze It was a compound which loft fence Is still a thing of tho future him alone on the street car before ho Perhaps Yankee ingenuity will some had ridden three blocks and ho had day furnish us with a cheap portable no sooner got into tho house than we and durable stock barrier that will not had to retire to the back doors Tho be a terror to the man who wishes to cook got a sniff of it and down went go across lots or to the toiler who the dinner and up want her hands and yearns for a rest on tho top rail at tha end of his row Philadelphia Press she shouted at Mr Bowser m A man as will kosp a skunk under HUMANITY TO HORSES his house would bent me out of my Downright Cruelties Perpetrated by Other Â¬ wages and Ill bo going this minute wise Kind Farmers Â¬ It took soap and water and perWithout a check rein horses are con Â¬ fumery and half a days time to re-Â¬ stantly nibbling at tall weeds or any move the odor and when I declared thing they can reach before the plow that it was the last straw Mr Bowser or If standing they will put their heads crossed his hands under his cot tails to the ground getting the lines under and replied Mrs Bowser I tielieve this houso their feet or back over the traces Tho be loose to be clear of bacteria owing to my check should however prudence and sclf stxritke and I want enough so as to not interfere with pull- Â¬ ing or free action and so tight that they it kept so can not drop their heads low enough I suppose I gotem hero Without a doubt madam to eat any thing I have seen horses And all this rumpus has been on before the plow with heads drawn my account up tight to make thom even This is Exactly But dont go too far with downright cruelty besides the files You must me Enough is enough stop right where you are I havo have pretty much their own way with There ougnt to be societies in De- Â¬ them humored you all I propose to tho country as well as In cities to troit Free Press prevent cruelty to animals I havo not Habits of the Death Watch a word to say in favor of the overcheck As most people know the death this is shameful and crueL Old horses may sell very cheaply or watch is a small bee tie which frequents decayed or rotten wood and is of else be given to poor or heartless men lonely and retiring habits It is ono to get rid of thom The remnant ol of the smallest of the vagipenna of a their lives is thus driven and whipped This old a crying shame dark brown with irregular bright outdamagedis horse If the owner An too or is brown spots the helmet turned ip and poor or stingy to koep him in idleness the upper Up hanl and shining It should have vein in the neck opened produces the ticking sound by pecking when he will part with his life and small hard pro- Â¬ sufferings together without pain As at tho wood with boscis when in ihe act of securing the cold weathor comes bits should be food Tho writer once chased down a covered with now strong muslin and death watch through a pile of old paÂ¬ sewed on tightly If you trust to pers in a cigar box and was fortunato breathing onbethem or dipping hot In water It will oftener neglected than enough at last to see it at work Tho attended to Some object to covering ticking was quite an loud as that of an the bit for fear of carrying disease old fashioned watch wbllo tho insect but as horses should wear their own was not much larger than the head of is small danger a black pin fan Francisco Chronicle bridles there in N Y Tribune hore S M Palmer post-and-ro- FARM AND FIRESIDE Placing sod or soil on a stump and wetting it once a week will cause a gradual rotting It is said that boring a largo hole In tho stump and filling It with sulphuric acid cuts the fiber and causes decay Ginger Crackers Ono and a half teacups sugar one teacup molasses one teacup butter two largo table epoonfuls ginger three teaspoonfuls soda dissolved in a little warm water mix rather hard roll out thin bake quick Albany Journal Tho common Brown Macaroni pipo macaroni is used for It This is first boiled then cut tip and stewed in brown stock until it has absorbed tho wholo when it should bo spread on a flat dish and a little more stock poured over the dish should be garnished with pieces of toast Womans World Egg Hash Three teaspoonfuls of milk and a pinch of salt to each well beaten egRl to each threo eggs add one cupful of chopped cold boiled potatoes and one teacupf ul of chopped fresh meat of any sort Grease a spider lavishly with meat drippings and stir constant- Â¬ ly until well heated through A horso that Is naturally courage-Â¬ ous may be mado cowardly by abuse If he often receives blows the fear of them is uppermost aud any unknown noiso is imagined to bo a coming hurt the escape from which is an uncontrol- Â¬ lable Impulse The man who abuses his horses is often rewarded by the destruction of his property and injury to himself tho result of runaways Soiled bedding should bo kept through the day away from the stalls If piled under the mangers the horses aro compelled to breathe the offensive ammoniacal odors which are injuri-Â¬ ous to their oyes lungs and general health Many a horse has learned the habit of pulling on his halter through his efforts to got away from tho smell of soiled bedding American Agricul- Â¬ MISCELLANEOUS The electric lights in Willows CaL Can be seen by the naked eyo from tho town of Orland eighteen miles distant Investigation of tho court records at Washington discloses the fact that nearly nine tenths of tho crimes in the District of Columbia aro committed by negroes Gum chowers should take warning from the fate of a Nowton Conn girl A piece of gum slipped aged sixteen down her throat and lodging at the entrance to the stomach caused a fatal ulceration Two citizens of Washington Ga started out in tho early morn toward tho outskirts of the town whore they were to fight a bloody duel Tho way was long and when thoy arrived at their destination one proposed a rest before they commenced hostilities While they rested their rage cooled off and at last accounts they were still Every ISouseliokl Should havo Ayers Cherry Pectoral It saves thousands of lives annually and is peculiarly efficacious in Croup Whooping Cough and Sore Throat After an extensive practice of nearly one third of a century Ayers Cherry Pectoral is my cure for reeent coliU ami coughs I prescribe it and believe it to bo tho very best expectorant now Dr John C offered to the people Levis Druggist West Brklgewater Pa Some years ao Ayers Cherry Pec- Â¬ toral cured me of asthma after the best medical skill had failed to give me re-Â¬ lief A few eeks since being a gam a little troubled with the disease I was promptly the same remedy I gladly offer this testimony for the benefit of all similarly afllicted F H Hauler Editor Argus Table Bock Kebr For children afflicted with colds coughs sore throat or croup I do not know of any remedy which will give more speedy relief than Ayers Cherry Pectoral I have fonnd it also invalu Â¬ able in cases of whooping cougli Ann Lovejoy 1231 Washington street Boston Mass ClukSrstem Uk ascoeveaieat to Ot buyer as aay isutalmcnt syascas nuk a mlultuUi tjtlm to as efTh the co operation dub ssembers scDs a kUa4 114 A waicbes is eata 33SWatchCtaaaad wegeteash tte Club Ibr eaca witui before r oat taooaa each member onr w s SStaweek This is why e give j frsJl C fiAWEEK OTJ31 st fes J m more lor your money man any one and why we are dotag the targ i watch bosuiess fas the world Vickl only first quality goods ba c- Dnces are about what others aet fur scr and quality OurSieSHvcrWatchiF te Relieved By lsaubstaacaiduYcr n1tm1LJUwn9j jj anyxtna asea rv ma American litres Watcheither haBtssg case or opes OorS iHaO WtebisaSteci wa upenr ace arss quaucy scueneu UJiU resting in tho world of which there is authen tic record grows In a churchyard and against the old church at Heldorahelm Germany Eight hundred years ago 60 the records say Bishop Hepilo caused a trellis to be built on which it To day the main stem was supported is thicker than a mans body The Uncertainties of Life Pationt You say doc- Â¬ to young physician tor that I am well now and that no further danger is to be expected I apprehend none sir but Phj slclan life is uncertain Patient Perhaps I Physi Â¬ had better pay your bill now Well yes sir it might be as cian well as I have said life is very uncer- Â¬ Epoch tain said Mr Chugwater Samantha as he entered the family room I have brought Mr Yellick the author of tho famous new book Random Reflec Â¬ tions1 with mo to tea He Is in tho tho parlor I have been telling him how much wo admire the work and ho For good seems greatly pletsed nes3 sake Mr Chugwater exclaimed take him into somo othor the wife room while I cut tho leaves of that copy of Random Reflections thats on Chicago Tribune the parlor table There are forty eight national so- Â¬ cieties of women in this country with a direct membership of 500000 mem-Â¬ bers Tho largest is tho Womens Christian Temperance Union with a mambership ot 210000 Then follow the Missionary the Peace the Suffrage organizations and philanthropic and educational societies Twelve of theso have joined national organizations with the National Council which was formed to unite all tho women societies of the nation into one great and pow- Â¬ erful league A party of prospectors headed by McDonald tho half breed who induced the Flathead Indians to divulge a long kept secret as to tho location of some remarkably rich mines in the Blackfoot country while clambering aver tho deep mountain sides were horrified to find the skeletons of two whito men Ono had a bullet hole through his fore-Â¬ head and both had evidently been killed by hostile Indians Besido the skeletons lay a small pile of quartz It Is supposed they were tHd first prTJS pectors nnd ttfonedrs of tho Blackfoot Hills and for y oars had lain on tho hills Maine has some notable trees and the Journal of Lewlston has been writing them up It tells of an apple tree at Boothbay which is still in act- Â¬ ive service and 112 years old Class day exercises atBowdoln are held each year under an oak planted by a mem Â¬ ber of the first class of the college sev- Â¬ enty years ago One of the best cared for trees is an elm in the yard of Charles It stood near Parsons of Kennebunk his stable and when it became neces- Â¬ Â¬ It Is said that tho oldest rosobush ZrT AaencaaLeTexWatchtraaraji jh It wariojtari fag asauiyequai toaa watch sold fcr brothers WcL a first das Stuzenea Cold Case m more saosectory aad serviceable t aay Sood Gold Case that can be so i less thaa double the money as ihe sood cases are isranabiy uun weu of low quality and worth ess a- - j i saortuse uursaa v aicn cnota 2J i naaw0 r luiuviuiufc puicsica inz- - I --- t - ate nmmg Windc WBKh we costrof chlsivelv is feBy equal tor accuracy appearance Paint Duttfrtff PaUcS Sirm D Ayers Cherry Pectoral has proved remarkably effective in croup ami irf invaluable as a family medicine M Bryant Cldcopee Falls Maw i Dutrjr ana service to aay 57s w itc i ODenFaeeorHuntEur Our S 1300 Rail road Watch is especially censtrcted I r tsenoK ezacrjBg use aaa is weDel r- roan natcauuoe upea race or riusuig A a these prices are either aU cash or cuiii I dura 1- e cr ll L -T Ayers Cherry Pectoral Or -j The Keys s3 WatGw urn Gafei 3100 a week amji MtiiinT aja Tax r NatauScshCsiOwiBslMfH J C Ayer lc Co Bold by aH Druggists LoweH Mass Trice i 1 sU bottles tr Biuiiii AgcatTWantcd Sot ty atl nfr f 9 na tjl Y Y i fn AtHrWW itf frte 63 1 Max Watch Iftuiator iTQO fcetanttetlM m- r iclm t fs ymsTi s 43 32 D MAIM ARMER P STREET JEWELER v ft A fy3I4SrSiEs5a a 5x 1 sary to enlarge the building the addi- Â¬ tion was built around the tree and now two large branches project through the roof and the top spreads above the stable like a gigantic plant growing in a gigantic pot m m To The Public BOOTS SHOES A2TO TEMPERING STEEL A Simple Mechanical Art Whose Theory Is Not Generally Understood In the wholo range of the mechanical arts it would be nearly impossible to find another process at once so simple and so common in principle and yet so little understood in theory as the hardening and tempering of steel It Was probably this fact which somo years ago led the Institute of Mechani- Â¬ cal Engineers of England to place this subject among those to be specially in- Â¬ vestigated by a committee of its own members who reported upon it in due time To illustrate the facts that re- Â¬ quire scientific explanation tho pro-Â¬ cess of hardening and tempering a cold chisel which is usually done at ono may bo briefly described operation After heatin the point it is dipped in cold water and thus the tool Is hard- Â¬ ened After cooling the smith lifts the steel from the water and watches it closely as the heat remaining in the body of the metal diffuses Itself through tho hardened portion As tho heat spreads the color passes from a white luster to a pale yellow to straw color to a brownish Orange Then the point is dropped into water again in the full confidence that after cooing the temper will be that desired If the smith delayed the brown would and become dappled with purple would then pass successively into full purple light blue full blue dark blue and each color would give its own temper upon cooling as bright blue for swords and watch springs dark bluo for saws etc These are the well known facts and yet their how and why has always been equally a mystery to the artist and the scientist although upon the correct solution of tho problem de-Â¬ pends so important a matter as knowl Â¬ edge of how bost to roach that judi- Â¬ cious compromise which should blend tho maximum of hardness and tough Â¬ ness Now either can be procured at pleasure as the colder the bath the harder tho steel and the slower as in oil tho tougher but extreme hardness Is produced at the strength of tenacity and vice versa The committees con- Â¬ clusion was suggested by Edisons exÂ¬ periments upon wire which ho made public in 1879 These experiments showed that incandescent platinum wire became covered with minute fis- Â¬ sures due to the expiration of the oc- Â¬ cluded gases under the action ot heat and that when the wire was cooled in a vacuum the fissures closed By a succession ot heatings and coolings the gases were entirely expelled and the platinum became much harder and densor As the committee suggests It may be that the first and oxtremo heat dries out tho gases occluded at ordin HATS jasr WALLACE Pall--and--Wint- er-- RCE 10 Soods We have an immense stock of CONSISTING OF AIX GRADES -- and from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought ool to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We liandle the best makes of custom goods and want a share or your patronage if prices are a condition PRICES Respectfully WALLACE mch2i iy RICE QUEEH A2D CEESCEHT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECr AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooj Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Primal Pits MEast uniSonMBSl THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC C0AM the Important Cities of the South without change Mornins and Night Trains 2SXELXLtix 1 RUNNING THKOUOII CARS AtiI V JU1I1U TWENTY EIGHT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE r L VJJ1 J Traveler Iwve a clinic f tt Kiita of Slw n Qrifinio Vrifinn OUbOlal AiUllliLQUSKN ANDCUKSCKNTKOim MHiui s tlolr Buffet Car and Pullmana Finest Palace Buffet Kleenex Stale Itooin Pattern th ary temperature thus producing the denseness of hard steeL When the metal is slightly heated as in temper ing reabsorption begins and tho char acteristic colors aro due to the changes in the surface tho gra ual opening of minute fissures which are produced by In connection with this reabsorption this latest theory may be mentioned 3 or two earlier ones Une is that en steel la heated the cafbon he mes amorphous and the steel is soft while if cooled quickly tho carbon crystallizes taking the properties a diamond and the steel becomes as it were diamond sot in Iron This theory of Julicns is perhaps the most strik ing one but while accounting for hardness it docs not explain tho tcm per of steel to say nothing of objec tions to tho postulated liquefaction ol carbon Jewelers ltceicvo Â¬ Â¬ trand 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