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followed bj achtovtngthtoivcrslflcalioQot fic hetwsV liuejm pursuit rirnons tfUKtloa tb the wafds peae wbteu no nfiiiofj rud6 arid indrcriat toellwds without protest and surpassing loreliaess The brilliant toilets esicvvtl fMMnisew the carriages containing the V eshlentlal party the people hla brings wealth aad content values more h ghly and aro d the opprobrium1 nnd ftltat dsBecticS A I ott body of the dancers the thoasands of silken banners at stxteea am Thi rc were oar divisions In all First cam ment The cotton plantation 111 not be less nhlch must fa upon the nation that ruthless The peaceful agencies Of commerce are more fligs aad streamers the stately garlands e adnated at lweot the Vnitod Sulci troops the marine nad BaVj valuable when the produot 1 pun n the coun- lyhrehEilL tally revcaUng the necessary un ty of wreathed columns the rich shade ot the heavy ttiix a ymt v i sqr try tpwn by operatives wRosS HesUe9 ball iM ostlRsst ymsr t thecorps and the talllUa ot the District hxi ddtjT devolved by tew apoi the Fl4srii jrlearfcmmaattlfs and the increasing inter- damask satin aad velvet haagusgs the a tor ot stady of law which proLimited to Dentistry for diveHlHed crrJjis and fiKato a home demand to nominate and by and with the advice aad course 6f ouf poop1 rromtlne mutual re ihe flowers the rntute the flood ot radiance were tho National Gnardi ot Pean next Practice essKm nr shhi ter- kylvahla by x - Gbverhof fur garden znd agricultural products Every consent ot the Senae to appoint all public offl jpcit We shall find uaalloye 1 CteoiJrt In the freratlKMisasas ot entered lights the great caa commanded niui d to foilow Ufa Building Main Street Major - General revelation which oar next census will make ot Spies oVrHtttti lt ttsltled to cfeaftnths senses Iheh militia new mine furnace anl factory is an extenslou cers whose appointment lsnot otheiwlsepro Hartranrt collrpre h OFriCE eavD of the product ve capacity ot the State moo sidcd for Inlhc Constitution orby act ot ConM he swift deselopmoat of the great rrsou ces of aad fill the mind witls wo3derin sdmiratioB companies from a dozen Koulheffl and Western ght school aad MnJ- Oft t hours 900 to 1100 - 100 to real and valuable than added territory ww kt the same gress has become very burlensctmand its wise soxeoft oStues Each State will bring its Btates Governcf- Foraltr booted and spurred M- I V tiie for two year aad riding at tho head next tinder tho command Shall the prejudices and paralysis of slavery sjadefrieien Ucharffn mil of dBUu ty Ths generous coutributon to the great aggregate ol in- THE CABINET wsasueeefBlaot And when the harvest tho nation j Incvas1 of Congressman Warner commander-in-chie- f continue to hang upon tho skirts ot progress1 civil list Is so lstfs that a personal knowledge a th s ssvaay cr the Grand Army a division composed of How long will those who rejoice that slaverr no of any large numb r of the APplIeallH Is lib pos- it o the fiHds trie oallle from the hills and sa-his tnntt MM must ly ujion the rep the lireSof the earth shall have been wo gbd Th rrcsid nt Grand Array comralcs old soldier organiza longer exists Cherish and tolerate the Incapaci- Â¬ sible I c-- aim to Hak na y cnt Ii n lf htrrs and these aiR pfln raltdc counted and vauert we fill turn from them all Short Sketches of the Men Whom Presi Madi- Â¬ tions and heeded by the famous Nev York ties put ttpo their communttlis I look uogo rofeli He fre sKFFIOE Main street over lltltTuK SSfSSS Jtrtal vred th law Tsowev- ImfeasiueFaoly and wiho dan1 Just sense o to CrOKfi with the highest honor the Stett tjjl Seventh Regiment and Uniformed chrto orfully to theronllnrJanco df ber frotedtivc sj 11111111 TTi son National BaHk RScbmoud Ky riefit iidrriaOJi lifts fbes n as ij iijNj r ami soou eaMre ganizations General Harrisons bid regiinehc tear and to bhfequent development ot responsibility I have a right I think to insist has most promoted etfttcatton th ttte jusMed tf june the Eetentleh Indiana followed Immediately manufacturing and mining enterprises in the that these who vo unter or are invited to give and patriotism atroag its people His Ath laerS after the ProKidemtftl party in accofdnnce with States hitherto wboly given to agriculture as advice as to appointments shall exercise con C Waite of Toteelo VV f AT THE BALL General Harrisons A high sense proseel wish Tho a potent Influence la the perfect unification ot ilderatloa and fUciity afcrfardChief Jtiee Harrison on Tuesday of lat President militia in line cumbefed over to improve ot duty and an ambition 0M white 110 our people otmet of the United Stat s Scprise r art BURGEON bantft Hcded their umslc to the pageant and AND The men who have taaestea their capital in the service should characterise all pub- Â¬ Tlte Presidential Party Encounters Oae of week recommended the folio wing men to tag hU sluUo he i i i a to Cnetda Or tr PHYSICIAN hatt a million throats ohered its progress Af these enterprises the farmers who havo felt lic officers There art many ways in was married a Mtes Urtml A the Densest Masses Of the Whole Crowded the Senate as members of his Cabinet aad Second street next to ter the ex Presklents departure President Har the benefit ot their neighborhood and the men which theconvenb nce ind comfort Of thosewho OFFICE j bay They were at once confirmed by the Sen- - and laey tea resaove to Fort Waya Ism june22lf rison reviewed the procession from the stand who work In shop or field wilt nt fall to find have business with bur public offices Lites Dmg Store where Miner entered actively mm the stettes WASinsrrrort March 4 The SbifHhir cenc5 ate at a erected in front of the White House It will and to defend a community df merest Is IJ mar bo promoted by a thoughtful and obllgtng mtmies session t Inaugural be after 6 oclock when the last division nbt qulto possible that the larmerJ and officer and 1 Shall cxpetft Wsfl whdm I may of the great laaugurl panorama culminated toot Us KOfeMloa Here he rssaomo tor eight G rears Miller rose rasmtly m hte m oSsjiloa aa night in the brilliant ball at the new Pension has goae by aid an hour teter tho display the promoters Gl tiie ijrdat mining and appoint to Just ry their seectioa b7 a conspicujaviis a BLAIM Atltlrcss in Full tota stood at the head at the Fort Wayaa hat Building No more glorious pageant ever of fireworks wilt commence In wie tart manufacturing bnlerprtses which have re ous efficiency in the discharge ot their duties Mr Blaine Secretary of State was bora la Mr Mlttor H Attoraey OeaevaI covered over In the rear of the executive man teptly been established la the South Honorable party service will certainly not be marked the momentous transfer of the destinies West Brownesville Washlagtoa Cmtaty Pa sion Taken altogether it has been the greil may yet find that the free ballot ot tho work esteemed by me as a disqualification for public ot a Nation into new and honoredhands Asido January 31 l The early education ot Mr Or FICE Keeond streeU BCXJAXIN r TRACT eat ned grandest inauguration in the history ot ingman with ut distinction of race is needed ocace but it wilt la no case he allowed to servo from all ths patriotic senlment which clothes Ulalne was sedulously cultitated and his BeBjamm F Traey selected hy rushtewt rifgllgeheei laeompetenM such ones eni as this in National importune the republic Thert mfc was suoh a crowd in tor their defense as well as for his own I do asashieolof oftlcUl jjne22tr market time for historical studies enabled hira by a TremenTbs Inauguration Witnessed Harrisoa a Secretary t the Navy Washington Tra n en could not begin to es- not doubt that If thoso raon In the South who ef delinquency ll Is entirely Creditsble to ltd eye feasted on a scene unparalleled to excel la literature Brooklyn where he leek pnbllc office by proper methods and with in magnitude splendor and social eclat cow accept tile tariff views of Clay and tve eoh timate the numbers ot Incoming passengers dous Throng the Greatest Seen in the In he removed to Augusta Me war a w dely kmwa as a b U stlttonal erporltionR of VUsev would Courage- Â¬ proper motives aad all applicants will bo treat aJW has since made his home Thorn as a Jou n staaeh Capital or Many a DayThe Pro jrr aad a When 14 Jfiffllk ously avow and defend their real convictions ed with consideration Hut I shall need and nBHiONs iNAcornit APDiteea alist his ready faculty aad trenchant writing the Ilaciltitmew lu Medicine and Eurgery pnMta supwottld not find It difficult by friendly In- the heads of departments will need time for hey There Is no eoastittOBftl or legal rcqutre cecdings Conclude With enabled him to become one of the master war brwie at he wf at RICnMONDKY ment that the Prcadert shall take the alh of struction and co opcratlon to make the black lrqulry and deliberation Persistent Importun Â¬ porters in the politics of the State la IK be th- - front aad ro-- to lo a Grand Ball thp rank ot HrigsmtFr- office in ths presence of the pertpls engaged in the raovemeat tor tho formation of But there man their efficient and safe ally not only In es- Â¬ ity will not therefore be the best support of OFFICE Seooml streetover Dikes After mm Is so manifest in appropriateness la the public tablishing correct principles in our national ad- application for office Heals ot departments tho Republican party with all of his energy In Grocery Store wa uroelatmew he Induction to bfflce ut the Chief executive officer ministration but in preserving for their local bureaus and all other public oncers having 1S5S ho was elected to tie Legislature remaia tieJ in BroofclyB where any duty conuett l therewith will be Inga member through saceASive aaaual elec Washington Mareii 4 At nooa to dejr of the ntitMn thai from tio bginnln ot the communities the benefits of social order end expected he succeeded HeaJ- 1 goverftmnBt the people to whose lervlco the economical and honest government At least to enforce tho civil service law tions for four year serving the last two as Ms Sill man as U uaid the iioiza ct a hundred tbousand Aireri bmdal Is WW oath cousecrates the officer have been until the good offices ot kindness and education fully and without esasion Beyond tnls obvispecter MtimtaL l tnttAltornev yQSLvvw caa citizens draws together almost from IbO MAIN STREET se ous duty Ihore to do something moid to ad foiTMr roraell a va four eo rBcrs ot Uie Republic he Crst tcmo caHcd to witness the seteaui ceremonial The hare been fairly tried the contrary conclusion vance tho rerorm of tne civil srviefc Ths ideal eded him to alt the sext Door to Laxons Up Stairs eratic Bdralblstratioa vbicli has ruled 1RG1 oath taken in the presence ot the people be Can not bo plausibly urged wMrr in the beach of orfevoimy 6 wn ideal 1 shall probably not atÂ¬ comes a mutual covenaat 4 he court of AmieeJs RfrMileuce t Cor Main ond Tatea Creek destinies Pi th cotthtryilnce on Marchof Gov My promise is spoken yoVrs unspoken but tain Hotrosrcct will be a safor basis ot judg Â¬ neral Traer Is a James BoebeDan surrendered the reins 7 -- fii Wo shal not howbver I ment thanpromlscs r fffll orJIUat lawyer aad is Avenue passed outot ex- not the less real aid solemn The people of ernment to Abraham Lincoln w pttt our frltil sorrier upon a am sure be able to i uue22tf known to the whole rj I SI IpV istence Once again and for the first time in CAcry State have here their representative nbn partisan bdsls until we htivl scufcd ad In Surely I do not misinterpret the spirt Of the ntry tHroca hn coBoeetloa with the many years Grover Cleveland sheriff major cbmboncy that fair minded men of the opposioccaskn when I assume that the whole body of great Becar Tlllon trial som few years GoTrmer President becomes a private citizen I tion will approve for Impartiality and integrity i eV ago M EMr 4 and Benjamin llarrison who was presented to the pooptc covenant wtlh me and lth each TJALL ItOJU fCESE InAs the number of such in the civil list is OftVrH lii infesioiml ttervices to the other to day to support and defend the con office wll diminish creased removals from SUlaton and the- - usiea ot the States public r XN VVMKIKES While a Treasury surplus is not the greatest The richly draped gelleries corridors and to ywM wling obedience lo all the ilnwr rfore oh lower Main Mr Wanamaker i a native of Pennsylvania I rvll It is a serious evil Our rfvenuc should be apartments tnadfe firtisttc Mckgrodadi for laws and each to tvey other citizen bis ly baviagheea bora Hfty oae years ago us Phira- KHhmuMllK assemblage ot men and notable esjaal civil t ample to meet tbo ordinary annual demands the ol Ileal rghts entering OeisiMn Cmdit His father was a Uerman and upoa our treasury with a sufficient margin for women from all parts ot the country who prom- Â¬ taas soteom y into covoaant w 1th each other we lli ongia bis mother of French extraction those extraordinary but scarcely less impera- enaded the stately lengths of the vast hall or May reverently invoke and confidently expect C U hi was aa humble tive demands which arise now aad tnen Ex- watched the gay scene from the galleries Asido the favor and help of Almighty God thai lie gramlfathrr father and penditures should always be made with econo from the radiant pleasure ot such a picture wilt give lo me wisdom strength and fidelity hariag been bricklayWaster ul and forgetful ot the decorations that seemed my and only upon public necessity ers aad ta his youth he aad to our people a spirit of fraternity and a KY FOR worked In hfc- - fathers nees profligacy and favoritism In public pi so well a harmonious part ot It there was aa love of rlrtmjasnes and peae This occabrickyard After be penditurrs is crminaL But there It nothing In atmosphere ot rctiMment and of beauty that sion derives peetniar lnteret from Hie fact that 4 ucliKlk in the af- 2 tUttif w 1th an Indelible touch the progress Ct bad been to school a tho condition of our country or of our people to marked ta Providential term which begins this day is II4MIU few years be obtained A a great nation in those subtle arts that wealth suggest that any thing presently necessary to the twenty sixth under our eocnltu ka The position as e erk ta a JI th j public pronrerity security or honor should can not evince without cultivation aad taste book store at it first Inaugoratori of FreMtcnt Wanhirgtm The fashion and wealth manhood and girlhood be unduly ncstionoX week Liter on hi took piee in New York wb re Congress was i drifted must it be sa di old During the war Mr Blaine galaetl great into a evthB PRE IDkT RAKH40S It will be the duy ot Congress wisely to teutb iw1 beauty awl ot KtSO HBOATII W T SBXSMITil M D then titling on the SJth d y of April iS3 hav age made up the tide humrl life hlcli skill and hi s store a- - a so t of ales for his lHirliamentary forecast and estimate these extraordinary de ing been de erred by n aon of dteiaj s afendmg a a I luvo alto ehar rcj ctel the suggestion of m inds and having added them to our ordinary swept continuously about from ono end of the forensic power in the debutes that grew out of perousHe the cr prov AND SURGEON the oi ganiz Ion of the Cvairretn atid the c n in rlothirs that crisis In 1M1 Ulaine was elected to Coa aSTcciol executive policy fo- - any section of our expenditures to s adjust our revenue laws vast court to the other vass f U c r ecicrtt Vote Our perple have Witness and w s rapof cress where In one branch or other he served the galleries the Vmswinging ligbsandlights aad shadows It is the duty of the executive to ad- t it no ronstdcrab c annual surplus will re idly pmaolnL Imrtag c re item i ds of the couTr HALL KY nyhily observed WlillK Ills groA th ta r arata of inicpsn -- ca of the battle ot min Mi r and enforce In thj methods and by main We will fortunvo y bo able toapp y to all the upon this I rilliant fluttering draperies for eighteen years aad unbroken postloa aad these earlr years of his baslaesn ue up e on assemblage matte influence was rapid hi- rvice to the OH r the iisTUdiemalitles pointed out and provided ihe redemption ot ths public debt any small or thrown nti MiitaJ Vo kloKnanJot the adoption of the coustlta ducted a little rape at ntrht railed Fverv Mr Blaise w as appointed Senator to fill the bodys Journal for wiilthhe got subserip-o-ia ii 7 lV by laws enacted by ualoreseea excess of revenue This Is b tcr the attractiveness of the a lew tbo more pleasconstitution all ths u ti jn a d will shortly c eh ate in New York unexpired term ot baaalor Morrill who re and adveritemeal tnun Hi Con res Thee laws ate general and their than tb lestace oar ln mde blow ohv njsary ingly bewildering s5s He alM vade cologne the institution of th seir rd rrent diarunent ww fitting ac- simed to accept the Secretaryship of the Al rrlghtness ant al light was Uat expenditures with th- - rcstt tag choice between admiciirmion should be tiiltorm and of on- - coaslliatioaal sea mp of government He was a mntiev getter by aad sokt PKSdlDRNc PISJIKIK HAHRISOS companiment for the diiplaj ot Hashing jewels Treaadrv aad la the rlkwu was bottled and by it lime be was iwectv winter When the ceEtcnnalof the Ir t tuition of the As r ci son msy not elect what laws he will another change of our revenue lavs and an i andspteadid gowns ouiersed on every side instinct the jers chosen by the Legislature for tbs IM ttuvhm elect public debt It is quite possible nelber three years before of by the saved KENTUCKY the Chlenyo Convention as The Christian jat ciat departmentshall have b vn suitably the ob tcnoro may the executive end towhich he crease ef the effret the nesary reduction in The simple splendor ot the Republican court term On the election of U neral Garfield to had wn- - hisKIKP Two ordown and h traveled KIfHtOND execute I am sure to wil The duty to obey the r m Cojrt health bme nb Statesman ot Indiana becomes the first emb- the constitution In its entirety and our retenues without rea ng d wn our pro was forgotten in the preparation for sucn an the Presidency ot the United bt tes Mr Blaine for a ton while In the South Whea he reZ lJncticiig Physician magistrate ot the Republic It is a memorable sert ed as tru1 it Wi I be our natiou will have tho whole code of ltws enacted under it The tectite tariff or serio isly injuring any domestic event was tendered and accepted th- - office ot Secre fully eater d Its second century turned to PntUdetphio he became Secretary to day for the grandson of old Tippecanoe The foreign Ministers donned their court cos- tary of State December 19 he retired from the the YotiRg Men Christian AMorlaton and I wiI not attempt to note the marvelous evil example of permitting individuals corpo- Industry nH-- rInn if4w hHnl Mrvloe to the From an early hoar the people bean to turn The construction cf a sufficient number of tumes resplendent with bullion embroidery Cabinet and was for the firt time in twenty was Induced by hte father to become a Buuler and In great part hujpy contrast between onr rations or communities to nullify the laws be2S- nitlii themselves loose upon the streets and on the counry as It steps over three years out of pubUc station He was bricklayer This work however was iliaree cause they cross some selfish or local Interests modern warships rnrtof theirntjsary arma and the flashing of jeweled orders and Insignia the arrirat of the regujr early morning and special second century of organizedthreshold into its or prejudices U full ot danger not only to the nent should progress as rapidly as is consistent The fairest Belles at tho Capital whose aug- nominated for the Presidency ot the United able to his and in partnership wtia his existence under trains one contiuous stream of pedestrians the constitution and alJ ta those who S M that weak but wisely or- Â¬ nation at large but much taore to to escape with care and perfection in plans and work- mented reputation may be or manly have Stales by the Republican party at Chicago In brother he opened the Oak Halt Ctetbwg poured ont ot the narrow depots and helped to dered young fbrm 189i anl fsi defeated by Mr Cleveland manship The spirit courage and sklJ ot bur snatched a beauteous graceful Store ta April 1WL He is now proprietor ot nation that looked undauntedly use this pernicious expedient swell the throngs upon the avenues As the their just obligations cr to obtain an un naval officers and seamen have many times in from every great city in the country ontshoae lHYSICIAN AXU SURHEON the largest store m the United States wore a the crowd Increased by tens of down the first century when all iu years just udtantago otcr bthcrs They will pre boars WILLIAM WIStHJit our history given to weak ships and inefficient one another in the daintiness the plcturesque st etched out before it aad perhaps la the worm aad Is aa eSteer aad thousands and what with the oceans of heads KENTUCKY RICHMOND William Wlndom of Minnesota Secretary ot dtreeior la --everal baks railroads and a good Our people will not fall at this lime to recall ently the Jiselrcs be cdmp iei tb appeal td guns a rating greatly beyond that of the naval ness and chic of their gowns So many the va Â¬ and faces the maslc ot numberless bands and the incidents which rcompaalcd the institution the law for protection and those w ho would list That they will agnin do so upon occasion riations of style so boundless the taste exem- the Treasury was born la Of to Bearly sixty many benevolent iestitntieas has taken OlnV- - in miili Huililing on Main the steady tramp tramp of the military and of government under the constitution or tohnd use tie law as a defense must not deny that I do not doubt but tney ought not by premedi- plified that it might have suited any era since two years ago He is a native of He mont an active interest la public affairslie and raised civic organizations as they moved hither and Inspiration Stately janly Sirrei guidance in the teachings and use of it to others If our great corporations tation or neglect to be left to the risks and exl Inaugural balls became certainties stiff bro- County In 1S53 he moved to Minnesota and the first million dollar- - lor the Centennial Ex thither to take op their positions for the inaa example of and woud more scru nlously observe their legal gcacies of aa unequal combat We should en dames In powdered hair and at once became prominent In pontics He was position in 178 He ts aa earnest RepabUcaa Washington and his great associgaral parade the scene by ten oclock as one ates and hope and ta the House of Reprelimitations and duties th07 woulJ havo less courage the estabtistim6nt ot American steam- cades girlish forms In clouds ot tulle rjuatnt V sBd took aa active Interest in the election ot curnse ot such extraordinary animation as to bo mora whioh thirty eight populous in the contrast cause to complain bf the unlawful limitations ship lines The exchanges of commerce de Â¬ figures In the short- - aisled frocks of a century sentatives from that General Harrison and va able through his and prosperous than inspiring- State during the Thir- large business acquaintance to secure valuable of their rights 6f of violent lnfrference wih mand stated rel able and rapid means et com ago lithe forms in all the gradations of the States offer to the thirteen States weak in ere PliYSlUlAN and SURGEON ty sixth Thirty seventh Both the re iring Tirsident and the Presidentheir oiierations The community that by con- munleatlon and untU- these are provided tho Empire and Dlrectolre gown and the clinging ry thing except courage and the Tblrtr elRMK Thlrty- -- contributions to the campaign land Mr Wa t-elect were amoni tho early risers this that then fringed our Atlantic lote of liberty RICHMOND KY cert open or secret among its citizens denies development ot our trade with the States drapery of the Grecian maiden were a tew of naasakt r H Iotni3tereDeraL seaboard mntn ana t onietn uoamorning President Cleveland was astir in the the numberless phaes and features that the rights lying south of us is Impossible to a portion ot its membtrs their plain Our pension resses and was then The Territory of Dikota hss now a populaOffice in SasitU Building on Main White Ioasi- - by six oclock and three quarters DDOlnted to fill aa un- under the law has severed the only safe bond laws should gis e more adequate and dlscrlminat boll toilets presented The men had no such tion greater than any of tho original States WHIMS ASOUT BABIES Strwt or an bear later his secssor had vacated his except Virginia Vi ixpired term in the Sen aad greater than the aggregate of social o der and prosperity The evil works lng relief to the Union soldiers and sailors and to variety of costume to make the occasion a N tie ana suDseqoeaiiT KowJtal atletiiifin niven to Microscop sleeping room in the Arlington and was enjoy- ot fire ot the smallerStates in 1TO The center from a bad center both wnys It demoralizes thjlr widows and orphans Such occasions as memorable one for them The sea ot smoothly-fittSuperstitions Thletly lleilgo Abmlt the lected to a full term re liveries of broadcloth was brightened This ical aoil Tieioteal eXHtninuiions of ing a dainty breakfast room concluded heSec- of population when our National capital ws those who practice it and destroys the faith of this should remind us that we owe every thing ing InHocent LHtle Thtngt tVhen General Garfield paired to the drawing here and there ty the glitter of brass first notifying located was east of Baltimore and It was ar- - these who sun r by it in the efficiency of the to their valor and sacrifice jecame President he tfcvtte awl fluids of the human body Amonc Voges pheasants chiWren retary Ilalford that with the exception of law as a safe protector The man la whose Is a subject ot congratulation that there buttons and shoulder straps ot the military cosMr Wlndom Sec It nade three persons whose names were given he Sutietf born at new mooa have timir toegues breast that fa th has been darkened Is nat- Is a near prospect ot the admission lata the tumes ot many of the guests etanr of the Treasury -would not be able to receive any visitors prior With the arrival of the President and his le held the office for a better hung than otbe s while thoe urally the subject ot dangerous and uncanny Union of the Dakotas and Montana and Wash to his departure for the capltoh Shortly after party all Interest was transferred from ths liort time only but in suggetions Those who use unlawful methods ington Territories This act ot justice has been C S hat period demonstrat 10 oclock President Cleveland entered the at the last quarter have Iet tosgue if moved by no higher motive than the selfish unreasonably delayed la the ease ot some ol scene to their progress up and down stairs and d his --HWi tnan iereanscity as a but reason Iiotter A daughter bora executive carriage and drove over to the At ness that p ompted them may well stop and them The peoplo who have settled these ter- theclrctltorthohall vwaKMrv Physician and Surgeon linpton within sght of the White House A that rtanssfiithic past 13 President Harrison was cCKVW Jif time he has Since prac About half Inquire what is to be tie end ot this ritories are Intelligent enterprising and patricordial r ticing law la been York during the waxen aaoee is always pre-Â¬ welcome nwaltrd 04V him from An unlawful expedh nt can not become a otic and the accession cf these hew States joined by tne ladles ot his family and the ReNew Richmond Kentucky incoming the Chief Masrstrate and pcrmauent condition of government If the will add strength to the nation It is due to ception Committee forming a line three and and bas not been much In Minnesota Soma cocious the two statesmen spent some time In educate I and Influen ial classes in a commdu the settlers In the territories who have availed four abreast la the front and rear ot the party years ago hd built a magnificent house on A pair of tongs ot knife put is the Office Mam Street over D M Bright social conversation Meanwhile the escort of Ity either practice or connive at the systematic themselves ot the invitations ot our land laws aproces loa was made up tor a tour ot the Scott circle in this city which lost him the es cradle will satisfy the Wstefe Bother as Office Itours S o to itoo A M 2 oo to honor comprising General Harrisons old ball room At the special request of President teem ot the narrow minded grangers ot his own violation of laws that seem to them to cross to make homes upon the public domain thai P M regiment the Seventieth Indiana two com- Â¬ their convenience what caa they expect when their titles should be speedily adjusted and Harrison that no police should surround him State His enemies at home had full drafts to her childs safety The knife is also Special attention given to diseases of panies of cavalry two batteries of ertillery and the pleasurable task of protecting him from made ot the building and circulated them need in parts of England the lesson that convenience of a supposed class their honest entries confirmed by patent two companies of the milit a ot tho District of women and all difficult chronic cases interest Is a sufficient causa for lawlessness It Is very gratifying to oberve the general the presence ot the crow was devolved upon throughout the State as an argument that he A small bit of red ribbon h all the Columbia with contingents ot the marine Interest ndwbelng manifested id tho reform ol the committeemen has been welt learned by the Ignorant classes Patients treated at a distance and corps was not a fit representative of the unpreten From the stkirway leading tb thd Boor the tious Ni West He Is a eH equipped man Roumanian infant requires to secure it A community where law Is the rule of conour election laws Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ hotel had formed on the avenue in front of the The appearance of the President and duct and here courts not mobs execute the from harm while the EgtheiaB anoth- Â¬ Those who have been for years calling at ball room presented the spectacle of a vast sea for the position to which he has been caJed mayi6 tv dress President elect arm In arm was tho signal for penalties Is the only attractive field for busitentlon to the pressing necessity of throwing at faces apparently occupying every inch ot and combines a knowledge of Wall street a er attaches a bit of aeafetida to the expressed his sympathy with the West aad a knowledge of the space a prolonged burst of cheering from the throng Presidmt Harrison ness investments and honett labor about tho ballot box and about the elector fur which extended as far as the eye could reach childs neck Garlic salt bread aad Our naturalizatloi laws should be so ther safeguards in order that our elections doubts ot the polbllltj ot opening a passage resources of the country Upon entering tho carnage President elect as to make the lrqulry Into the char- Â¬ might not only be free and pure but might way but said be was willing to make the atamended steak are first put in the cradle of a Surgery Harrison took the front seat with his hack to Practitioner in Medicine acter and good disposition ot persons applying clearly appear to bo so will welcome tho acces tempt Afer much exertion an Opening was KEDFIELD PHOCTOn new born child in Holland A suflseieat the horses while President Cleveland occupied for citizenship more careful and searching Our slon ot any who did not so scon discover tht Proctor Sec- Â¬ Itedfield 61 50 RED HOUSE KY the back seat of honor Then the door was preventive for aa Irish babe is a belt existing laws have been in their administraneed of reforms The national Congress has retary of War went into slammed the signal given end the earrlaxe tion an unimpressive and often an unintelligithe army from Vermont made of womens hair rolled oft with Its escort right and left before as a regimenUl quarterble form We accept tho man as a citizen In Iovcr Brittany on the birth of a master ws promoted and behind In the direction of tho capitol without any knowledge of his Illness and he successively to Major child neighboring- women at ottee take The doors of the Senate Chamber were openassumes the duties ct citizenship without UNION CITY KY and Colonel and retiree ed at tea minutes of 11 and a quartcrof an hour any knowledge as to what they are The It in charge wash it crack its joints from the army on ac Otters bi professional services to the later the spacious chamber was Cited to reple-Â¬ privileges ot American citizenship are so great He count ot wounds and rub its head with oil to solder its tion In the diplomatic gallery were the memÂ¬ was Governor nt ht jKiWlic Office at Powells store and its duties so grave that we may well Insist cranium bones bers of the French Italian Chinese Cortan It is then wrapped State nnd was chairman upon a good knowledge ot every person apply12- of the Vermont delegaaad other embassies the latter in their blight ing for citizenship and a good knowlodge by up in a tight bundle and its lips moist Â¬ tion at Chicago and cast colored robes of state lendin a plctnresqua htm ot our institutions Wo should not cease TUE EEVIEWIKQ STAND the vote ot his State on ened with Drandy to make it a full appearance to this portion of the chamber The to be hospitable to Immigration but we should every ballot for General gallery east of this was oecnpied by Mrs nar Breton says the Manchester Ubioh gued by many well Informed persons that It cease to be careless as to the character of It Benjamin Harrison He ricon Mrs llcKoc Mrs Morton Mrs Hanni- Â¬ would move eastward rather than westward There are men of all races even the best has been largely Inter In modern Greece the mother before bal Hamlin and sereralot their friends while ested in American mar Yet in 18 It was found to be near Cincinnati whose comng is necessarily a burden upon putting the child in its cradle turns ble production He 1 the too divisions aijonng were completely and In the new census about to be taken will our public revenue or a threat to social order RICHMOND KY spoken ot In the high packed withtiieads an I UmlHes of the Senathree times around before the lire show another stride to the westward That These should ba identified and excluded est forms by every one We have happily maintained a policy ot Special attention jriven to abstracting tors and members of Congress To the right ot which was the body has come to be only the while singing- her favorite song to ward who knows him the President of the Senate sat the Justices of rich fringe ot the Nations robe But our avoiding all intcrerencc with European affairs Kentucky titles lo lands in Eastern away evil spirits the Supreme Court to the left the members of growth has not been limited to territory popuWe havo been only Interested spectators ot OffiVe in Cuscax building ti E sechet inr or the ictsrior the Cabinet behind the latter the hign officers lation and aggregate wealth marvelous as It their contention in diplomacy and in war In Scotland it is also said that to John Wlllock Nobis was born in Lancaster Cmer Malu and St cmid Streets up of the army and navy c oselv elbowing the has been In each of those directions ready to use our friend y offices to promote rock the empty cradle will insure the O October SO 18SL He passed hi early days June 22 tf Governors and ex Governors of States The masses of oar people are better fed peace but never obtruding our advice and itHirs In Columbus and Cincinnati where he enjoyed coming of other occupants for it members and Tho members elect clothed and house 1 than their fathers were never attempting unfairly to coin the distresses good educational advantages He attended representatives ot ot the House ir you reek the cradle empty The facilities for popnar eduoitlon have been of other powers Into commercial advantage to Miami University and afterwards Yale College occupied seats to the right ot the members ot vastly enlarged and diffused Tho virtues of ourselves We hare a jnst right to expect that Then yea shall have babies plenty graduating from that Senate President Cleveland and Presidethe courage aad pairlotsm have given recent proof our European policy wld be the American The Swedish mother puts a book Institution In 1S5L Upnt-elect Harrison entered the Senate wing ot ot their continued presence and increasing policy ot European courts It is so manifestly on his graduation he under the head of the new bora infaat the capitol by the bronze doors on the east power in the hearts and oer the lives of our incompatible with those precautions for our studied law first in the that it may be quick at reading aad RICHMOND KENTUCKY TBK 2A6TEHX rORTICO OFTSE CAPHAU front tho President going to the Presidents people The lnfljences of rellgioa haso been peace and safoty which all the great powers office of his brother and ur room back of the cnate chamber and General maitipHed and atrengthened The sweet of- habitually cbservo and enforce in matters af A R OFFICE with C F in that of Henry Stan puts money into the first bath to Harrison to the Vice Presidents chamber fecting tbcm that a shorter wtterway not as yet taken control ot elections in that cass fices of chirilyhave greatlylncreas8d The virberry subsequently dis- guarantee its possession in the future June 22 tf iihiii hi Fin t Street where Mr Morton was avalting hlm AU three tue of temueraace is hold in higher estimation between our eastern and westera sea over which the constitution gives It jurisdictinguished as Attoraey The Turks load the child with asau by any tion but has accepted and adopted the elecGeneral ot the United We have not attained aa id ai condition Not boards should be domUiatsi States under President lets aa soon as it is bora aad a stsall tion laws ot the several States provided pen- A aH ot our people are happy ann1 prosperous not European Government that wo mar confiJohnson Mr Noble al of thira aro vrttzous and law abiding But dently expoct that such t purpose will not be altles for their violation and a method of sd l settled first in St Louis bit of mud well steeped in a jar ef hot on the whole the opprlunlics oHirgd to entertained by any fnoo ly power Wo shall pervlsioa Only the inefficiency ot the State laa-KT- Not meeting n 1B3 to secure the comforts of life are in the future as In the paft use every mdeavor laws or an unfair or partisan adminlstratlonol the individual vith the success In tne water prepared by previous eharass practice cf law that he is stuck on the forehead better than are found els where and lsrgely to maintain and enlarge onr friendly relations them could suggest a departure from this RI HMQND KENTUCKY xpected he removed better thau they were here one hundred years with all the creat powers but tbey will not policy It was clearly however la the con In Spain the childs faee is swept he following year to expect us to look kindly tipon any p ojectthat temptation of the framers ot the constitution effected la the crowd and the procession began street fiarm n OFFICE ao Keokulc la where he with a pine tree bough K Y Star JXhejiprreBderofBli rge measure of sover would leavo us subject to the dangers of a hos- that such aa exigency might arise and pro- - its tour around the halL Colonel Cody Buffalo ooMpled bv Cuut Juilue lonnerl ri sj became prominent at eigaLr to the general governm nt eCectd 1 y tile observation or environment We have not vision was wisely made for It The freedom nm oct6 ly captain Fred Braekott ta advance Miller the bar At the break jffX was not ac sougiit to dominate or to absorb any of our of t o ballot is a condition of our national their herculean shoulders doing good service In T rfW V IfcT tbo war he cnlisled as a private in She had given her servant a holi-Â¬ complished until the sa v Dillon of reason was weaker neighbors bnt rath tr to aid and en- life and no power vested in Congress making a pathway and followed by about a logout of Iowa Cavalry Mr Noble steadily C S courage them to estabbsh free and stable or the exeoutive to secure or perpetuate it dozen committeemen preccllng the distin tho Third strongly reinforced by ha more Imperative rose In It until be becamo Colonel He was In day and thought she wouM surprise governments resting upon the consent of Ihelr should remain unused upon occasion The guished guests voice of experience Tl 3 divergent interests President Harrison walked the battle ot Pea Kidge was presssit at the her husband aa he entered the house XsaT3ir- ot peace speedily demmlcd a incc perfect own people We hare a clear right to expect people of all congressional districts have an with General McCammoa Mrv Harrison with surrender ot VIcksburg and took part in the union The mcrohaat tie shlr master and therefore that no European Government will equal Interest that the election in each shah Colonel Britton and tho other ladies with their cavalry raid Into Alabama and Georgia At by throwing her hands over hk eyes RICHMOND KY the manufacturer dUeoicndand disclosed to seek to establish colonial dependencies upon truly express the views and wishes ot a ma husbands and imprinting a kiss on his brow as Vice President Morton and party the close ot the war he was promoted to a Brigour statesmen and our people that commercial the territc y ot thoso independent American jorityot the qualified lectors residing within followed in the n ake or the President but sep- adier Generalship for meritorious services He In the days of their honeymoon The 22 tf Office on SecMid Street June to the political States That which a sesse ct Justice restrains it The result ot such eloctlons are not local arated by a considerable space Admiral was mustered ont la IftJS After the war Gee jpsaancipationmuUe husband retn lated the salute with in- Â¬ fresom wUiefa has been ae bKueJywon The us fnom seeking they msy be reasonably ex- and the insistence of eleotors residing in other jouctt ecorted tho Vice President In St Loulv where on the era Noble settled districts that they shall be pure and free does commercial polcy of the mothercocntry had pected willingly to forego President Harrisons appearance was the sig Attorney General Stan terest and asked a he disengaged bet S It must not be assumed however that our not savor at all of impertinence If In any nal for an outburst of applause and clapping of recommendation of United States District At- Â¬ hands not relaxed any of Its hard and oppressive feaMtttie darling where Is youi berry he was made LEVI P MOJtTOK TICE rBXaiDEST tures To hold la check the development of Interests are so exclusively American that our ot the States the public security Is thought to hands which was kept up all along the line of torney by President Johnson He resigned his Ho merely asked for In- Â¬ our merchant marine to prevent or retard entire lnaUcntlon to any nvent that may trans Â¬ be threatened by Ignorance among electors the march Slowly and laboriously a narrow lane position in 1370 and has since been engaged la mistress of the leading persons to the great event were the growth of manufactures In the States and pire elsewhere can be takon for granted Our obvious remedy Is education The sympathy was made through the dense throng and Presi- Â¬ the private practice ot law formation and got all be wanted calm and self possessed After the lspse so to secure the American market for their citizens domiciled forpnrpoes of trade In all and help ot our people will not be withheld dent Harrison stopping at frequent Intervals RICHMOND KY countries aad In many tslauds of the sea de- Â¬ from any community struggling with special ot a few moments they were escorted Into tho shops and the carrying trade tor their ships way to 3l3mas Gittin Better JtEXXlAH U RCSK ond Flrfet streets Senate chamber whero vacant seats had been was the policy of European staesmon and was mand and will hare our adequate care in their embarrassments or dllficnltles connected with to allow thoso ahead ot htmthe foroe their court Office corner Main Immense marched entirely around Mr Rusk Secretary ot Agriculture was bora There is a gladness in the household 1- Immediately in front ot President la pursued with the most selfith vlor Petitions personal and commercial r gats The necessi Â¬ the suffrage If the remedies proposed proceed and party back again to the upper rooms op dairs over Rauisoye reserved O ties of our iavy require coavtmlont coaling sta- Â¬ upon lawful lines and are promoted by Just and Here tae Vice President caught up with the in Morgan County boy galls desk In quick order the oathot oITloe poured in upon Congress urging the Imposition The shadow fades away June 17 IBM His was administered to the Vice President by Mr of discriminating duties that shou d encour tions and dock and harbor privileges These honorable methods How shall those who first part ot the procession an 1 a few minutes hood was divided be Â¬ That darkened all the sunshine and overtrading privileges we will feel free to practice election frauds recover that respect later the whole party came ont again and were tween work on the farm Infills and tho organization of the Senate age the production ct needed things at home CHAS S rOVZLL J SPEED bMITII Of many a summer day having been thus efftxted the Inaugural pro The patriotism ot the people which no longer obtain only by means that do sot In aay degree for the sanctity of the ballot which is the first escorted by one ot the stairways to the first and acquiring a com Â¬ partake ot coercion however feeble the gov- condition and obligation ot good dtlzenthlpj balcony and thence to their rooms The Presi Â¬ mon school education headed for the ro- Â¬ found a field of tierctse In war was energeticalcession was formed and O mamas getting belter twenty three He was tunda to the platform on the Senatorial portion ly directed to the duty or equipping the young ernment from which we a ik such concessions The man who has come to regard the ballot dent took the pressure of the crowd smilingly years of age when he Tlte happy children cry ot the east front It was headed by the mar Bepublic for the defense ot Its independence But havicst fairly obtstntd them by methods box as a jugglers hat has renounced his alle- and bowed his acknowledgements in return to removed from Ohio Into - eoaSHtent with the giance taking a shals ot the Supreme Court and the district Wisconsin Ac by making its people so t dopandent Socic les and for purposes entirelyAnd the light of hope shines bright again the salutations of the ladles us exalt patriotism arrl moderate our mem for tho promotion of home manufactures and most frierdy dliposltio jap nrd all other Ver Let President Cleveland and Mr Ingais the Before retiring to their rooms the President farm near VIroquv In the loving husbands eye bers of the Supreme Court aa1 then the Presi Â¬ for ths oncatirag ng the use of domestics in the powers oar ccnsentvtil benecessary to any party contentions Let those who would die and Vice President at the request of General non County In 19 hetho memb rsof dress of the people were organized in many of modification crimpoirmtnt of the concession for the flag on the field ot battle give a better McCammon csmO to the tailing ot the balcony cniini wg wuium In thousands nf homes women are dent and -mv Sin was n Afalor It proof of their patriotism and a higher glory ta overlooking the ball eoom and for several min- and afterward Lie utcn- dtplomaes etc b insing up tbo the States The revival at the end ot the Congress sick unto death with the terrible their country by promoting fraternity and Jus utes watched the gay throng below Another ant Colonel and Brevet rear The patform rcaehtd the President century ot the same patriotic Interest la the diseases so common to their sex aad tlco A party success that is nehieved by un- Â¬ brief reception w then held aad at 11 20 Brigadier Gene rat looked firmly but without a trace either of per- preservation and develor mrnt of domestic infair methods or by practices that partake ol oclock the Presidential and Vice Presidential Shortly artttr tho close or a smile upon the vast concourse dustries and the defense of our working people turbation It would seem as If all the happiness nt the Wftr he wu elcelrevolution Is hurtful and evanescent even party escorted by tho Reception Committee In front Then tho oalhxif oOce was adminis- Â¬ against injurious foreign competition Is an In Camp- TTe should hsldou loft the building We represent ten of the troiiKi tered by Chief Justice Fuller the President Â¬ eld en t worby of attention It is sot a defrom a party standpoint Cheers greeted them Inces- Â¬ ed State Bank which he filled3 from 16Cd to had gone out of life aud the household differing opinions In mutual respect and bar santly as they descended the stairs and walked troller an office Tue IiiMiratMte Cumpxuie in tln elect repeating it in a firm tone The oath parture buta return we hayo w messed The For when the wife 1670 He was a member of tho Forty second In consequence tag submitted them to the arbitrament ot ths ont of tho ball room throng de Wild r rrMe flit llie company that taken the sew President taslngthe jqlcar loudÂ¬ protective policy had then Its opponents The terms tuily sufCongress and ballot should accept an adverse jndgmentwith The arrangement ot this grand finale of the In Washingtonserved three consecutive com aud mother suffers all the f his Inaugural address In a arguments was made as cow that Its benefits ban the lnri ct Among tne important the laigei paid livered IU conclusion was greeted with proÂ¬ the same respect that we would havo demanded Inauguration celebration has ben admirable fers with Iter Thb ought not to be voice enured to particular class or sections It the wero tip capital the iirge t asset the inl longed cheeriag andfcoom ng of cannon Then ot onr opponents If the decision had been In The attendance estimated at 10009 has ex- mittees on which he served Mines those of War aud it need not be for a never falling la any sense or at any time Agriculture aad Mining t jmpany I but pays it lopvs wilboul returning through the Senate wing the new Question became only because slavery existed our favor ceeded that ot any previous Inaugural ball but Public Lands Us was chairman ot tho last sectional it was Pensions remedy for womans ailments Is at d ftunt ami No other people have a government mere with a keen foresight into the possible emer- Â¬ aad not agree In lis President sad Ex President Cleveland ac In some ot the States But for this there did material service ta worthy ot their respect and lore or a land so gencies that might arise and with absolute named and rates Mr Rusk lb34 readjustingÂ¬ band Many a hum o has been made P licy to make you wait aixty days companied by the eommltteo of arrange was no reason why the cotton producing States was nomila to the pension magnificent in extent so pleasant to look upon thoroughness ot method everything seems the procesafern fire i get your money We mea a were driven at the head ofwhither Mrs should not hare led or walked abreast with on the Republican ticket and so full of generous suggestion to enterprise have been done necessary for the comfort ot nated for Governor a majority of nearly twelve happy because the shadow of disees the New England States In the produ tlcn write at the loweit rntcs given by any sion to the Executive Mansion He was elected by and labor God has placed upon onr beadadla those attending preceded them of cotton fabrics There was this reason orly Harrison and ber friends had In 1SJJ aa amendment to the State has been banished from It by the potent company then dem and has laid at our feet power and wealth Tho credit lor the success ot the event to- thousand Then format adieus were exchanged aad a whv the Stales that divide with PtOnrisylvana constitution was made which had the effect ot power of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip Â¬ beyond definition or calculation Bnt we must night and for tho completeness with which all extondlnj his termor Incumbency la common zsosieat later tho ox President was being tho mineral treasures of tho great Southeastnot forget that we take these gifts upon the con- details of tho arrangement ot the ceremonies ot with that ot all the State officers from expira- Â¬ tion the unfailing remedy for all whirled away to tho maasioa of cx Sccretary ern and Central mountain raugos should hare AVXJtTJS ON PENHSTtWAHIA PARAD dition that justice aad mercy shall hold the tbo day wero made Is due primarily to Colonel tion on January 1 1831 to the same day 1SSJ weAkneeees and diseases peculiar to glory of inaugura smelting fur In so Bat the pc Whitney was yet toerownlng was the parade been andtardythe bringing to theand Iron from vm reins ot power and that the upward avenues ol A Ti Britton who as Chairman ot the Execu- Ut Rusk served two other terms aa Governor come This ic unuivi u mill thu coal to naoe tion flay women We shall neither tail to respect the flagot bops shall be free to all people tive Committee has worked day and nght since 000OIHI aanilal and overSlSoOOPOOO upon which ex Governor Beavr of Pennsyltheir near opposing hHUldos Mill fires were attained Dangers Its I election to nation or seiB it wni nc KM laie oner yiru nre vania aad als staff had spent so many weary lighted at the funeral pllo ofslatery The any frloodlyexact the tht just rights ot tor citi- beendo not mistrust the future our path have bad efficientachieve the resultthe member Ha has 500 Reward offered for au incurable wxixiav Hsrar harejsos xizxeb of the treatment our wo assistance from frequent ambush along zens nor to in bat life burred out Call and fee us befornyou days aad nights TdegrBph stations had been emanolpation proclamation was he rd in the Mr Miller or Indianapolis the former law Case of Catarrh by lbs proprietors of Large numbers of people uncovered and various and Calmhess line ol injure elxewln re Our rates and terms erected at short distances alorg the delays depths of the earth as welt as In the sky men own characterizejustice jomacj consideration havehas swept some vanquished them all Pas- left the committees Â¬ bunding Immediately after the depart partner of tbo Presldcst elect li now In his Dr 8agea Remctly 50 cents by drug of our communities but our d The officers sion were made free and material things became should route so that tbtre wero no breads or are the best new demonstration of President Harrison aad by midnight the forty eighth year He was bcrn in Augusta ths and the moment tiie President had left the cap- our better servants The sectional element of an Intelligent dlplemalty or otirlendly arW only to give us a pie arestable patriot that law- - ure was sufficiently cleared for dancing At Oneida CcV Y aad as his name fadl- - gtstn afieoaaffitp creat bodyof poo Boor and 29 28 txaatii2lrc3iHis0Jst be SMITHS POWEiiL tho sjcnal to move was jgvoa Gorernoi has fcappir ixea eliminated from the tariff tlj rilOFESSWNALjDARDS DR -- eta WILKES SMITH SW REASONS Ayers SarsapariHa is preferable to any other for the cue of Blood Diseases ihhfarsosis BecsMM to poisoaoa iKv4iBis enter isle the ts pastrami Why of Â¬ 1 Â¬ m 1 4 I The United States Has - 1 J- Ayers Sarsapanlla- - j cTmorgan d d s a New Executive Â¬ Â¬ i lEvk ttmjztz IfSl -- fhor taw stij Ayers Srsapsirllla rossraisw purest and moat cScctiva usaiislisl ftOipSafXw6 Â¬ drTj m poyntz Greatest Civic and Military Display of the Century te srJrtrsirM IcsmUbst fS j 0t 1 Â¬ I Â¬ Hte President Harrisons W EVANS M Df rnsiciAN aid burgeon DRS7TAYLOR Â¬ tit Â¬ Â¬ j j Â¬ ASHE Â¬ Â¬ ljl ma is msMCtrlTssit hy phjaicistSH sor sail Ayers SarssvparilU everywhere ami rei osaestlssl by all finrt elass drupgists Ayers Sarsarmrills is sraedicine amtl not a beverage m diagram Ayers SarsapsurilU aerer tads to effect ts rare whets riscatrY aaed a4Xordiag to itucctioas Ayers Ssvcsamuolla ta a highly coss eetssratcsl extract ssmI tlwresosw the saoat tmsMmaujU Stood MesUcisw ba ths Ayers SsutssssssrilU cne skill suasl Ayers JmrrmparilU fisimsui with ctaammssssm Â¬ drTjohn m foster jet market Ayers SartapanlU ha had a sne cnwful career of Brartr half a century ami was never so popular as at preseat Tnonaands of tevinaonials aro on filfrotutliosIeBfitedbytbeascof rarrsacD kt Â¬ -- Â¬ Ayers Sarsapariila Dr J C Ayer V Co LoveoU Mass Wwthfi a battle lrtw 1 tax tjottlo Â¬ Â¬ jftfe Â¬ Â¬ Will i 43 S i I DR PHIL ROBERTS ittifl jil27 Â¬ to j Â¬ CA irk wfce Ni uutrt menl convenient to lb b iyT a py a Pi OTJ Iff A WEEK - i vrnv-MtrJit- ClutSri9 r t altluUt- DR AMBROSE w t ItQnbk-ea-iwatchVt-S- Â¬ Â¬ liiri e2tl Â¬ SJi2iI vjs fal 8 tgocs ont tho ijh ejeh member omy pays Scr Si a wcut lull wny jive you i 9 I Bore fc r your money inan mj e arc ikxmz the lanrutl la ui h L witch busocss m the wo id We seil j Sonly first quality goods aut onrl nnr reabonrwhAt DtbeM Kf fe See S ktiauairi OirllOStIvttiVatckJ r ts a -- nbuialTtoil Sitvr mtliMtfaZM - ce operstion idnb member septus aa watche- - m ra n - t fncait trtttn lo ui Te of to eew- BrViYfcr J tf 3E fc nk nt Pl IILA lin 1 lrlAN WadA KMnLmil aTliirfSfm biaong o- or opm Watch tither e x 1 Â¬ iAscncanLe-MrtAalditrv-- Â¬ J F CORNELISON zzszvyy s I a ant cu ItmsoIlycqttaltoaDyg brothers We Sadl e auaca c SnSene 1 Ooiu SiS J til u t ci i Â¬ l soy So ueap kaa Uuu tlaiixnr toe mtr solid oises arc Adjia 17 xt a weait leaf sow QUALtT acd rcrhitba anerj ilMsTtTtse ur3S IrV triihcoiitaiwl nuiaMTCKaJ importast xsaestca ra- nt-il nrt w f t vrrTtr we rrIWVblIIVSliaWS J ate BmimtPaml DiiUtTtef FtUtrt Sttm Â¬ iMfi Windb Â¬ DR LETCHER lOs taFiceorHanuag CwS43ee Rail Â¬ road Watch is espcoauy coaMructtJ fcc rue aaa is tac oni ta Vmsch nude Onen Face or Huarjaz Al these prices are either ad cuh ec la dnbs J WMc I14HI s wets 444 mmnm frw c hibry and semce to 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Â¬ 15 leavea Lrxsssgton 7 - p m rives Park 755 p m- n-i NeTR No 3 Daily between Lexingte a and Cowiagtost No 4 Daily between Covington Lex Bgton and Win chcoter TMred eonneeUoB K wade at Wlncbter wHh Choi nnanre nnd Utito for Ut AshlHU d H lBUncton Cluirlealon W Va KaMara Cttwn aad FAST LINE No 3 and t run vm TrHt a with PullinxaWnapiiist Can between Owcinn ati and ruciiinanii a aBd WlPChotiler and Wniliingtmi II Throoah Ttekets aa d Is amtge ehcek d to any iluullsiaMof roaahed by a railroad For full p rtletslmrs aekireaa or call on aay agent of the tomssu or E H BACON S V B MOKWE Trav Paanr Agt Ucn Pamr Act Covington Ky LrxlaKton Ky B tARK Al H K HUMIMiTOS Rlc anond Ky Oeul Wuger General Offlcostovlngtoii Ky No rUc-rno- cHci-lin- t Â¬ Â¬ de InbtMl pik Iwi h slsn etup hotd ur ss r piesares aens fur ti en rvc is Moroem IH m SWxMH a AtaiissiAK ibaTxo t00 per - B3 H svrsiHft w beat BK91sTl H SVl AlJeofs low nrSaen 163 at fl W1I tor xxr7i jtMD fitjsit ruTooruiH 1 BMW -M A Mcl Wn Cnatnot for -r- Â¬ or ronnn t JleJIahln dneiunsaii unro C j4PaeM or UMtUtuarisui i liTTTXS J iiJ it - boue n Ir C rS at StSCX kH Why not In3ure in the Best j AiEMTS th told in mor s IUht tho iebe iheir ii sir uioacv rn- - til iniianir Â¬ KFlKIBSSimrLAMp Uttiy htl bijmI HnthK vo-- f- mti Labp r frair tbn artUurr ia- MflU fcf Kxyww p G-- f- de -- tn b fcy toe we 9 for itol 9198 je r- - -- i f THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY A RESIGNATION If VI Climax WM G Phixtmg J Co I WHITE HWT6RS riicK risu WEDNESDAY YEAR MARCH 13 fl50 1SS9 Daring the Fiftieth Congress marly te milikm dollars were ap propriated for the construction and fication of 1my successor In the improvement of public buildings meantime will look closely afterthe duties of the office Most reA J GROSS Okarfe L Scott manaser of the speclfully t iHMise IrtSxinstoH oiMra 75 and costs by Â¬ Ashlord Wylie has a very sick child Gapt A United States Marshall for Ken- Â¬ 600000 people being ahead of with a deep cold tucky sent the following letter to nine states and any other territory John Burton and family have recovered President Harrison last week Also 209 banks exceeding two from a severe attack of mumps Office of United States Marshall thirds of the states and in Mrs Sallie Davis who has been very Louisville Ky March S 1S89 schools colleges churches and tick is recovering slowly but has lost her To the President ol the United other indices of civilization she mind entirely States Washington D C Dear ranks far ahead of many states Owing to ill health and my and is almost equal to all the ter-Â¬ Johnson Fletcher has bought him a Sir Mrs fixed and firm belief that all Fed- Â¬ ritories Her product of wheat in small farm of four or five acres from Eliza Cotton and is building on it eral offices should bo filled from 1SS1 was greater than that of any the ranks of the party in power I other state or territory in oats Eli Short and Dan Reed stole come hereby tender my resignation as she exceeded all but Iowa and Il- Â¬ meat from Baker in Jessamine county United States Marsall for the Dis linois in corn she was excelled recently Short skipped out and left and trict of Kentucky to take effect by only nineteen states and in Reed was tried and sentenced to the pen Â¬ upon the appointment and quali- Â¬ rye buckwheat and root crops itentiary for four years and a half J Grossj or Louisville miles of railway more than either of twenty six states and eight ter-Â¬ ritories She has at the least KDEMOX she fell but little below the average of all the states Â¬ UNION CITY AFTEK TUB the court in Lex ington lust Saturday for assault The Cincinnati Colntnercial Mtd buttery on S J Roberts editor Gazette having done up the Demof the Kentucky Leader ocratic party to its own sufisfntS A very disastrous fire occured tion is mixing outside matters in Ixniisville lart Friday afternoon with its politics and is after the in which the mammoth clothing robbers of trains stages houses hmie was completely destroyed aitd people It says Tlte Arizonn iden of making with all its stock Mr Henry Mordt a salesman perished ia the train robber punishable by death is a new one A large part of the HMueg law abiding population of the Jesee K Jogar one of tlte prin country is of the opinion that cipal men in tlte Mercer County death by hanging or other process Coal and J rain Company attempt is not too severe for the dare devils ed to shoot Thomas II Hardin a and scoundrels who for the sake prominent lawyer of Harrodsburg of loot place the lives of innocent Only one shot was fired which people in jeopardy The dastards did not take efiect The trouble who wreck trains for robbery are rw out of Hardin reflecting on a degree deeper in crime than Vigars integrity those who hold up trains but the latter can afford no good plea Mrs Cleveland was the recipi for being permitted to live They est of a bouquet of beautiful flow are read to commit murder on ers from Mrs Harrison The bou the slightest provocation offered Met was accompanied by a note by people disposed to defend their in which Mrs Harrison thanked own property or by train men 34re Cleveland for tlte courÂ¬ entrusted with the property and tesy aitd kindness displayed by lives of others There is a pretty the retiring mistress of tlte White common feeling too that the burUotiee to Mrs Harrison since the glary of dwelling houses is deservlatter arrival in Washington ing of the death penalty The Lexington seems determined to State can not provide too strong a Iiog all the persimmons next time protection within reason for the though only four candidates for citizen and his family in their night If the terrors of State offices are out or speken of ltonie at can strengthen his the law castle as yet They lay out now is M against intrusion by robbers preC Alford Lieutenant Governor Col John O Hodges Superintend- pared and willing to murder let ed Public Instruction Charles J litem ivot be hampered by sickly Uronston Attorney General and and simpering sentimentality Let the same protection too extend dipt S G Sharp Treasurer to the highways Stairfwd Journal Â¬ Â¬ was fined ROBBEItS Â¬ Â¬ Bismarck the capital of the Territory will become the capital of South Dakotaand either Devils Lake or Grand Forks the capitol of North Dakota It seems to be entirely esenlial that Devils Lake should be the capital city Devils Lake is a beautiful town in a beautiful country and on a beautiful lake The country is one of the richest is soil anywhere to be found and the lake miles and miles in extent That extension railroad the St Paul Minneapolis and Monitoba runs through the town of Devils Lake Newspapers banks schools an artesian well 1500 feet daep and many other institutions these are to attract the capitol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs J I Fain will begin her school on the iSth imt Rev John G Adams pastor of the Christian church delivered an interesting discourse on Sunday lasL R R Noel of Lancaster will deliver a sermon at the Baptist church this place on Sunday March 17th They are expecting to secure his services for the ensuing ear Uev In last weckb Register there was a list of names of exceeding great length Mr Register will please remember that Old Union hasent passed out of existence yet as Mr YVhittington Burlington JDud ley Wheeler BFodksltire lives in this sec Â¬ tion of the county D0YLESVILLE Born to the wife of Robert Wells a Â¬ Judge R J Breckinridge anBorn to the wife of Jerry Reeves Jr a nounced himself for the Senate in grand boy an appropriate speech here yesWc are having a very cold spell of terday Boyle is entitled to the honor this time and it is very grat- weather here at present ifying to know that 6he has preMr Hiram Jett of Richmond has resented such excellent timber turned to his old farm at this place Stanford Journal The Misses Waldens of Winchester Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ big boy FIFTIETH CONGRESS Sckate The croval of bills by the President and some un important legislation occupied the time until coon when a final adjournment was announced by the Vice President pro tern and the inaug ural ceremonies were commenced with the reading of the Presidents message calling the Senate Into extra session HOUSE The appropriation bills having all been passed nothing was done except the passage of a resolution protesting against the Senate Interfering with the right of members In the Capitol A complimentary resolution was voted to Speaker Carlisle who made a suitable reply and declared the Fiftieth Con tress sojourned tint dii March 4 ap- Â¬ who have lieen visiting friends here the past two weeks have gone home And always have a botlle of Acker8 Hell fioy will stand at the AlnPy English Itemedv in the house You Bros stables In Woodford at 500 the can not tell how soon Croup may season strike your little one or a cold or cough may fasten itself upon yoU One dose Tom Rankin was here from Berry is a preventive and a few doses a posi Â¬ vllle j esterday selling maple syrup at tive cure All Throat and Lung troubles 5160 per gallon Paris News yield to its treatment A sample bot Â¬ It has been decided to havh eleven tle Is given you free ami tbe ltemedy days racing at the Lexington Spring guaranteed by W G White Prescrip meeting April 2tth to May 6lh tion Druggist Bam Bell says that he shucked an Contracts for four iron furnaces with ear of corn Saturday which had twenty-f- a dailycapaciiy ol 125 tons each have our rows of corn on it Paris been signed at Cumberland Gap where News the great American Association of The Boyd county lair comes early English capitalists is operating this year on the 3d 4th 51 h and 6th Ladies Have Tried It of July The company wants to give A number of ray lady customers sweltering humanity a chance to swell have tried Mothers Friend and would in flno style Paris News not be without for many times its cost Phil Kldd and It E Edmonson They recommend ft to all expecting to have formed an auctioneering combi- Â¬ become mothers R A Pank nation and agreed not to sell hors Greenville Ala es for any other combination than Write Bradfleld Regulator Company their owoj which will be held In tbe Atlanta Ga 38 40 flpring The Bank of England ii said to be The Chicago stable of George Han the most Pxtensive banking institution kins represent an outlay of close to in the world It employs over 1000 100000 he having paid for the follow Â¬ clerks nnd its buildings cover more ing twelve performers no less than S0 than 8 acres 000 Terra Cotta S17500 Edgemont Road horses trotters and runners 10500 Galen S10000 Wheeler T 7600 Little Minch 0000 Huntress shod in any manner desired I have 4500 Billy Pink just received an extra lot of four year 5000 Kaloolnh erton 4500 Girondist 4000 Rob old second growth timber for repairing AH work guar- Â¬ esyiere 4000 Santalene 3500 and all kinds of wagons very lowest prices Shop anteed at the Florence E 3000 backwf Brookss drug store James Miller of this precinct in Respectfully partnership with W H Wilson of MIDKIFF 8febly Cynthiana has purchased tlte stallion Bau Gabriel from The young men of this city are or- Â¬ Gov Merreamof Minnesota for 0500 ganizing a gymnasium and have 40 They pro- Â¬ Ban Gabriel is by Bultan out of the members already enrolled famotls mare Minnehaha ibe dam of pose to rent a hall and have bath Alcazi Beautiful Bells Eva and rooms attached This Is a step in the Sweetheart Beautiful Bells is the right direction Let the good work go dam of the Bell Boy re- on Paris News cently fold at Lexington for 51000 Advice to Mothers Paris News UrsWrssuvr8 3oonrraQSiBCFshraldlwsTS Â¬ Â¬ five-year-o- CONCERNING FARMERS- - GUARD AGAINST TUE STRIKE alTkinds M op PLOWS AND CULTIVATOR THE NEW FIRM OF Shackelford Gentry 8L d will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor to mer- Â¬ it the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased faÂ¬ hH cilities four-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Second Session Mrs Wilda Cottman attended the burial of her daughter Miss Loula Moore in Clark county week before last The singing school taught by Prof Edwards and C H Ray of this place closed Saturday last with success They will begin to teach another one in two more weeks BEKEA Miss Nora Maret and Mr Coleman Ogg were married on Thursday last Â¬ Â¬ of Short horn bulls in this city low prices 172 ruled Nine averaged The best animal was a calf Wild Duke of Springfield calved August 23d 1SSS ami said to be the bes t bred Wild Eye Bates bull in the world He was by the King of the scoopdd In Short horns Thos Conrlti Anderson of Sideview this county at the prfce of 700 The bid was 500 but Mr An derson increased the price This calf is said to be richly worth 2000 Mt Sterling Sentinel Â¬ At J M Bigger tads sale be used when children axe cutting tetth It re Â¬ lieves the little stuTererot once it produces natural bright quiet sleep sod the little cherub niraxes M a battoo it Is very pleasant to taste It MO tics the chfldsoReoa the gumi allays all pain regulates the bowels and is the best kmnrnremedr fordianbtDflj whether arising from teething or other causes Twtat7 flTe cents bottlt u 6 G UNITED STATES SENATE March 5 Sesate Whp Mr Inpalls entered anS took the seat wMfch be Biett to bectfry before being tiioswi as pre fctdtafe officer be Was greeted with a round ol bpptause from tlie spectators and a like com plement was paid to Vice President Morton as he came ia with the chaplain The opening prayer had allusions to the peaceful and hope- Â¬ ful change In the administration of the Govern Â¬ ment After the reading of yesterdays Journal Mr Edmunds reported that the committee which had been appointed yesterday to Walt on the President of the United States and infornt him of ibe meeting of the Senate in extraordi Â¬ Prof L V Dodge and four of the stu nents attended the V M C A convention held Mr Cleveland conducted him self admirably during the closing scenes of his term Of Mrs leveland it is but simple justice to say that as site leaves Wash ington site bears with her the best wishes of tlte American people that is an honored distinction any living person may well prize and the fair lady has fairly won it Â¬ Â¬ TI1E DAK0TAS Washington Fpcclal Session at Georgetown Â¬ nuaerctal Gazette In the Ilouse of Representatives yesterday on ltehalfof the citizens of Huston Representative Ham blen presented a beautiful gold medal set with diamonds to Miss Annie Dowling only child of Dick Dowling who on the Slh of Sen4ember 1S63 in command of only forty two men held at bay and drove off from Sabine Pass Inion forces of more than a tltou sand men Miss Annie is twenty years old prepossessing and very intelligent She and Iter widowed mother reside in this city Austin Texae Star Â¬ -- Governor MeCreary called on the President Monday morning and was pleasantly received Speaking of tlte measure which Governor MeCreary introduced in the House of Representatives and which ie now a law providing for the Congress of the three Ameri ca in Washington next fall the Prendeiit said that it he had the choice of all matters of national importance with which to con nect his Administration he would rid act that of this conference of the Republics of this continent The Governor was quite pleased with the high compliment Â¬ Of the three territories recently admitted to statehood Dakota is least known hence the question is often asked what about Dakota why was it divided Dakota lies along the northern line of the United States immediately south of the Canadian Province of Manitoba and between nary sssos hia performed that duty and had Minnesota on the East and Mon been informed by the President that he would early to the Senate in tana on the West Two hundred writing day communicate with oath of office ad Mr Mars ton had the 3Tears agoits existence was merely mlnisered to him by the Vice President nnd known and fifty years ago but lit- took his seat as a Senator from New Hamp shire after a spirited debate as to the method tle more was known At this last of procedure in bis case In the meantime Mr of the Presidents had mentioned period it was mapped Pruden onemessage in writing secretaries Cabi a being the as Missouri Territory a little later delivered net appointments and on motion of Mr Halo as the Mandan district and in the Senate proceeded to consider them with closed doors The Senate promptly conflrmed 1S49 congress included most of it them all and adjourned 1243 at in the territory of Minnesota orWashington March ft Se6 ganized that year In 1854 Ne ate met at noon to day and having no business it on motion of Mr Allison adjourned braska was made a territory in- before adjournment a caucus of nepubllcaa After cluding nearly all of Dakota In Senators was held which lasted an hoar The 1SC1 congress created the territory discussion was devoted entirely to the question of reorganizis tbe Senate Committees and its of Dakota reaching from Minne- executive officers Washington March 7 The Vice sota to the summit of the Rocky President was not presentSenate opening of at the mountains but when the first this mornings session and the secretary Mr prayer territorial legislature met in 18G2 McCook read after be woulda note from Mr Morton stating be absent from the entire white population was to days session that Thereupon Mr Socman of below 5000 In 18G3 congress fered a resolution that during the absence of President should be pres cut off tlio territory of Idaho in tbe Vice the Senate Mr Ingalls An amendment pro tem ident of 18G4 the east half of Idaho was tor that resolution was offered by Mr Harris organized into the territory of substituting the name of Voorhees for that of Mr Ingalls The amendment was rejected Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Lttsk has relurilecl from lltd medi cal college in Louisville where he has been attending lectures There are many cases of sickness but it has all readily yielded to treatment Miss Hattie Sloan however is in a crit- Â¬ ical condition Mrs E L Kerby whd felt about a year ago and was so badly hurt is not gaining as fast as her friends could hope When the spring weather comes it is hoped the change will help her greatly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev C S Bullock of Detroit has been holding a three weeks meeting at the College Chapel Very many have been awakened and on Sunday over fifty presented themselves for baptism The ordinance will be administered next Sunday Â¬ Â¬ at three oclocki Â¬ Â¬ SESATfi--fh- e w FAIXV1LLE ESTlLL COUNTY Â¬ Winston has plenty of gas but no light it is natural gas of course Jas vicinity on business G F Edwards Â¬ Englc of Engle Ky is in this He is stopping with Â¬ Â¬ formerly of this place week On busineM Charley Rice of Frankfort Kentucky is at Irvine this Montana and in 18GS congress KrD ADVICE When a man points a gun at TOknoek him down Dont stop to ask him if it is loaded but knock him down and dont be par ticular what you do it with If Â¬ there is to be a coroners inquest lei it be over the other fellow Exchange he wont be missed That is right and kick him when yon get him down No more egregious idiot lives than he who would point a gun at a fellow being The fact that the gun ie not loaded makes the matter alt the worse for unloaded guns kill more people than the loaded Â¬ do- MR CLEVELANDS OBJECTION In vetoing the Direct Tax Bill Mr Cleveland said that a sheer hold gratuity bestowed either upon States or individuals based upon no better reason than sup ports the gift proposed in the bill has never been claimed to bo a proriMon for the general welfare The baneful effect of a surplus in the treasury of the General Gov Â¬ ernment is dairy seen and felt I do not think liowever that this surplus should be reduced or its contagion spread throughout the States by metliods such as are provided for in the bill Â¬ A VALUABLE SOCIETY Inxington has organized an hi Iutrial Union and he sub- t el section taken from its riiiitHMi recommend it to the jr irre ive people of every town Yrtiele 1 Hid name of this r ietv shall be Lexington Indus tral 1 Union Article 2 t fo - Its object shall be third to attain if possible and if employ suitable assistance r x deserving applicants all n i to be conditional upon good conduct and progress Article 3 Every department c is work shall be completely from all questions of religious be lief politics and nationality 1 1 ri industry uilloymenl diminifth pauperism beg- and imposition second to ncournge thrift self dependence r Â¬ clipped off S9G55 more square miles from Dakota and created the Still territory of Wyoming another clip was soon made to square the boundaries and still Dokota had and has 149100 square miles of which 1500 are covered by water It is as if New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Maryland Deleware and Virginia were all in one commonwealth Dakota as a territory was second in size only to Texas and California Population began in the South west and North east and the railroads running through from Eeast to West have kept the people of the two sections apart so that there is no community of feeling between them The Legislature has always enacted laws for the two sections of Dakota The growth of Dakota has been phenomenal In 1 SCO the present area of Dakota contained but 2 400 white people in 1870 there were but 16181 and even in 1877 the increase was not notable except along the Northern Pacific railroad In 1879 the wonderful boom began and increased so rapidly that in a single season one railroad brought in 80000 immigrants Census takers could not keep up with the increase In 1880 the national census put the population at 135177 in eighteen months it had doubled in 1885 in June a territorial census put it at 415203 but the railroad and land office returns showed it to be increasing at a rate ex ceeding 1000 a week In 1SSG the total vote exceeded 100000 and the present population cannot be below 600000 and may great- Â¬ ly exceed that The total assessment of property in 1857 was 157053366 the real value now cannot be much below 300000 000 There is a Dakota university at Vermillion and a University of North Dakota at Grand Forks a penitentiary for the south at Sioux Falls and one for the north at Bis march and normal schools agricultural colleges and other institutions in like quality and all of fine modern finish and appointments At Yankton 215000 were expended in erecting a hospital for the insane and in 1553 another was erected at Jamestown for North Dakota Both are models in their way and that of the north under the administration of Dr Archibald has acquired a world wide reputation for its succes in the non restraint system The visitor would think unless otherwise informed that he wasin a pleasant rnral retreat a country hotel on a scientific basis Dakota as a whole has 4300 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Estill Eagle is soaring high May it continue to be a shining light to Estill yeas 27 yeas 29 and the resolution was agreed is the wish of its many readers la Mr Ingalls thereupon entered upon the Mh ahd Mrs Allen Winkler took their duties of presWIoff otBcKr pro tem the oath or fcflice haling first been administered to him by departure for Kansas on the ist inst Mr Sherman and it was ordered that the President of the United Statos be notified of They will make Kansas their future home Mr Ingalls election The Senate then at 1220 Spring term of Circuit Court is now in adjourned UU Monday session Tbe boys are hiding their old Twelve thousand Inaugural ball tickets guns and are quiet for one time in life rrrre sold making tbe receipts from that We wish the Circuit Court would last a source 67000 month if it did the boys would quiet The House has refnsed to pay tho widow down and reform of the lata Chief Justice AVaite the balance bf her husbands salary for the year In Prof A B Patrick and Rev W T which ha died Tharp have just returned fram Washing- Â¬ The Stale Inspector of Mines for the Third DUtrict of Illinois has filed an in- Â¬ ton D C They were present at the Harrison They formation asking thit tbe CaUett coil inauguration of Gen mine at Fairmount be closed becausi the also visited New York Philadelphia and mines have no means of exit except the all the important points of the East hoisting thnft and the protection against Rev W T Tharp is now preparing to go fire is inadequate Eabtiiquakxi are reported from South to India and other heathen countries We hope he will succeed in the grand America TnE report that the Westlnghouss Rnd work of a missionary Edison Electric Cjmoaniei had consoli- Â¬ F0XT0WN dated is denied by the officials of the forÂ¬ mer concern A fellow calling himielt Jack the Mr W O Chenault hiving grown Choker is terrorizing Denver CoU by tired of city life has removed with his choking women family to his farm Seaborn Joxes was arrested at Chatta- Â¬ nooga Tenn on a charge of poisoning his The rusty plow shave is once more wife brightened from the upturning soil for The suit of Addie Kelley a well known business has begun indeed young lady of Ritchie County W Va againstFioyd Heed a farmer and business Dr Gibson of Red House recently re man for breach of promise has been con- Â¬ moved a cuckleourr from the throat of cluded in ths Hitch e circuit court the a child which it had swallowed two weeks jury giving plnlntiff 4000 damages F T lYitESLKR and Lucius B Fischer before sockhoders of the Pullman Iron andSteel Jim Munday has to enclose his sheep Ccmpany filed a bill in the superior court at Chicago asking for ths appointment of in a stockade at night and guard the fort a receiver for that concern The company with a shot gun to keep the foxes from is in debt t thi amount of 3X0K of carrying off his iambs which 18000 is onin to the Pullman Mr Thos Gibson is making extens ive Palace Car Company which kept fie iroa and steel campiny ninnn when it was preparations to bid adieu to the scenes The nssats of and familiar faces of Foxtown and wrap in an insolvent condition A special from Chattanooga says thi company are abont 4231031 himself in immortal glory by going to Twenty five thousand acres of land on Dr Ctrvs L Zimmikwak one of the prominent busneii men of Ent Ten Â¬ Spain from which place he will import a the North and West side of the river opposite this city embracing the valu- Â¬ nessee died at hli lionii uetr Knox lot of fine fast stock vKIe coal deposit at Waldeu Ridge James Smith and Tom Williams caught able 3L ConKX of Cncinnati ha ben ar Â¬ large iron ore mines and immeuse tim a fox last week belled it and equipped it rest el on a charge of selling clarettos to for a grand chase They turned it loose ber lands have been sold to a Boston a minor but with sad hearts fully expecting to New York nnd Philadelphia syndicate Â¬ Mike Mtmrrrr was knocked out in eight rounds by Jack Cottoa near Ulverslde see the noble beast soon caught and killed the consideration exceeding one milIII but like Mark Twains smiling cayote it lion dollars The compauy will erect Traii robbery is now a capital crime in soon bid adieu to its wary pursuers andj a bridge over the Tennessee river and Arizen run n railroad to the top of Waldeus The estate of tbe late James C Flcod Is when next heard of his fbxship was seek- Â¬ congeniel companionship mid Ride valued at i42 000 ing more Jn an affray betwee i P ince Bryant and the far off hills of Jackson county Donelson use3 the best material that Brown near Besemer Ala the JSam P S The senior editor doubtless will former was dangerously if not fatally the market aflords and the best work- Â¬ jwounded and tbe latter lost his life The question the reality of the fox tail but men He puts up none but the best Infllelity of Browns wife caused the proof can be established beyond a meas work Buggies carriages elu made trouble urable peradventure npr4 tf to order Call ou him Suarrr shocks of earthquake were felt through- ut Middb Pennsylvania and A DUTY TO YOURSELF etit of Henry Petit ton of Wm Maryland on the evening of the 8th It is surprising that people will use a Fayette who was injured last week by Two men were run down and killed by common ordinary pill when tliey can falling ou a sharp stick while sliding cars at Kent O Hamilton ilosnoK was Instantly killed secure a valuable English one for the down from a hay stack died Wednes Â¬ by cars near Sayraoar Ind Dr Ackers English day morning at one oclock with lock- Â¬ same money Mabttx weswaia was killed by a boiler pills are a positive cure for jaw explosion at Wayne Mich and all liver troubles They are ATFostoria O William Gessler shot his stniil sweet easily taken nuil do not Persons wishing lo improve their wife and then killed himseif Xns Panama Canal Company Is declared gripe Sold by V G White Prescrip- Â¬ memories or strengthen their power of by the Frenci Court of Appeal a civil not tion Druggist attention 6hould send to Prof Loiselte a commercial organization 237 Fifth Avenue N Y for bis Pros Â¬ The new Pos master Genoral will have K H Tomlinson received tho sad orir thirteen hundred appointments to news of the death of his Bister Mrs pectus Post free a adyertli ed in an57 49 mtke as soon as he settles down to work other Columns tMoIlie Robinson at Buena Vista IIiIh Clark who boufihl Bell BoyiforSol ringworm county She hud lingered for some Lives Boils pimples tetter autl all other manifestations of time with neuralgia of the stomach 000 Is the O N T thread man and it impure blood are cured by Hoods Bar and was in her 44th year Lancaster is said he did It merely to tJvertlse his busiuess eaparilla It News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Mr John C Brent cashier of the Citizens Bank got out of his bed yes Â¬ THE COURIER JOURNAL morning and was walking terday across the floor when one foot became The Representative Paper of the South- tangled in a rug which threw hira In Largest Circulation of Any West WW Democratic Newspaper in a twist breaking both bones of oue leg America just above the aukle He will be con- Â¬ fined to his room for several weeks S A Brown Co Kalamazoo and in the mean time Mr Lot Kelly It is the paper for the Farmer the Midi and M It Beseell Graud Rap a former assistant will act as cashier Merchant and the Family Circle Pop purchased though J W id Mich Paris News ular and cheap It advocates a relorm Knox San FranclsGo the of the present high tariff and wages An Open Letter hay stallion Auteeo record 216 vigorous war ou all subsidies and mo Â¬ AT McKEES OLD STAND BboNESiJORobOir KY Dec 24 188S from Sonoma Collnty Stoch Breedcra nopolies It Is emphatically the peo Â¬ Association Santa Itoa Cal for 30 This Is lo certify that I suffered with ples paper and Its Immeuse circula Richmond Ky 000 cash Auteeo is sired by Election- Â¬ my kidueys and back from the year tion throughout the Uniled States Cor eer dam Columbine by A W Rich Â¬ 1675 to 18S0 and was often confined to attests its power as the organ of the my bed when in the year of 1880 I people mond and is a full brother of Antevo lo record 210 Columbine is one of called on Dr T B Smith who told me THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAseven mares that have produced two to use four botlles of Smiths Kidney Is the largest and best Democrat Â¬ horses belter than 220 and the only Tonic and if it didnt cure me he ic newspaper issued It Is an eight mate that iins produced two stsllions would forfeit 50 in gold I accepted pace paper of eight columns to the better than 220 his proposition and used two bottles as page and lis sixty four columns each The following were stock transactions directed and It effected a permanent week are filled with live and Interest Â¬ cure I have never had the least ing matter It is newsv bright and at the livery stable of Vanaredall Giveus on Lexington street James symplons or pain iti my back since and clean anil leads the American news- Â¬ Wheeler sold lo Asa Jewell 1 nice har Â¬ kidueys are in a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ papers of the day The regular sub ness horse price 125 Wm Graham dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic Kcrlittnii orlce h 31 Der year anil lo to Jam Leavell 1 nice combined the greatest medicine on earth clubs of eight yearly subscrlDers at one FURHISHIHG GOODS TBUHKS VALISES ISathaniel Tevis gelding ot125 Monroe Vandiviere lo time with eight dollars an extra copy GENTS Kidney Tonic for sale by V is sent one year to the address of the 1 fancy harness Smiths Samuel Vanarsdall gelding price not given Ben Gabliart G White Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ club raiser or to any other address 31- lo J B Ruble of Garrard pair of mond Ky desired In other words nine copies The mules 175 Font Wolluslon 1 fancy one year for eight dollars Christian county held a local option Courier Journal is the one great 150 gelding to Chas Scott Wm county Graham to 8 E Nichols 1 good har Â¬ election Saturday and the newspaper West of the Alieghenies went wet by a large majority Hop and South of the Potomac and the ness gelding 150 t W H Crossfleld 5 gave 650 mare mules 400 W C lrather to kinsville the cotiuty seat Ohio which has had the courage the majority against local option It had independence and the ability to stand d mare John Williams 1 c been under the local option law for two and resist the flood tide of monopoly for 85 Harrodsburg Democrat years during which time there were sweeping over the land and to make seventeen places where whisky was an upright and disinterested defense From Texas About 6even years ago I had the eold on the sly Paris News of the tolling tax paying masses of the measles and before the Uisense left me people Fighting all dishonesty the A CHILD KILLED and gave me it attacked my lung Courier Journal Is as a sentinel on Another child killed by the use of l he watch tower sleepless and vigi Â¬ what the doctors pronounced Consumption From the clearly deliued symp- opiates given in the form of Soothing lant Â¬ toms and from the fact that members syrup Why mothers give their chilfor the Weekly S 8ubscribe the of ray family had leen effected that dren such a deadly poison Is surprising Courier Journal and learn way I am confident they were correct when they can relieve the child of its truth and join In the Peoples Battle of in their diagnosis I suffered terribly peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby resistance for about five years becoming almost n Soother It contains no Opium or Dally except Sundayone year 10 living skeleton with death constantly Morphine Sold by W G White Daily except Sunday one month 1 staring me in the face I finally con- Â¬ Prescription Druggist Sunday one year 2 pro- Â¬ cluded to try Swifts Specific as an ex- Â¬ Sample copy and premium supple Â¬ In a fight at PrincetonDempsey Scott periment I began to improve while cut to any address A and seriously wounded William ment sent free first few bottles alid after taking the variety of useful and attractive prem- Â¬ who in turn killed Scott Tlte Â¬ using a dozen or more I found myself Perkins cause of the iums is oflered by the Weekly Cohale and heafly and with no symp wife ot the latter wai the urier Journax Agents canvassing trouble toms of the disease left I honestly outfit fllso provided tree of charge -aprlStf B S will cure consump Â¬ Beirare of Ointments For Catarrh That No traveling agents are employed by believe that S tion if taken in time Wishing you Contain Merenry the Courier Journal but a good local Very truly every success I am Mercury will surely destroy the agent Is wanted In every community As J B McGee sense of smell and completely derange to whom a liberal cash commission Dodd Texas July 11 1883 It the whole system when entering It is allowed Address W N HALDEMAN through the mucus surfaces Such ar- Â¬ A scoundrel called President Courier Journal Co ticles should never be used except on hns made his appearance here prescriptions from reputable physi Â¬ Louisville Ky He goes along the street and tries to cians as the damage they will do are The Climax and the Weekly Courier-slip notes into the hands of the young ten fold to the good you can possibly Journal 2J25 Daily 1 year ladies Ho tried his little game on derive from them and Climax 1 year 1125 Halls Catarrh Desires to announce that he has several here oue evening last week Cure manufaclured by F J Cheney Sunday Courier Journal and Climax IN- and Deputy Marshal Hill caught him Co Toledo Ohio contains no Mercury 1 year 325 opened a new 36- and choked him until his eves almost and is taken internally and acts di- Â¬ popped out Paris News rectly upon the blood and mucus sur- Â¬ faces of the system In buying Halls HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT Catarrh Cure be sure you get the Cannot go iiand in hand if wo look on genuine is taKeu internally and made AND the durk side of every little obstacle In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Nothing will so darken life and make Company -- FOR it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers SSoId by Druggists price 75 38 40 Dytpepsia Tablets will cure the worst cents per bottle I have received a large invoice of form ol Dyspepsia Constipation and AT J MJenkltiH of Martinsville Va indigestion and make life a happiness ami MissAuule Senieur of Mt Sterl Â¬ and pleasure Sold at 25 nnd 50 cents by W G White Prescription Drug- Â¬ ing were married ou the 27th Wc will tell the Garnett House in Rich- Â¬ gist AND mond Ky WAGONS and CARTS 30 29 BIT Or Gf XE I 3 nine-year-o- ld The Clotliier First and Main Streets - EPJuM HATS CAPS OTHIMG Umbrellas Walking Canes Ihree-year-ol- A superb line of Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Hosiery Cravats 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 Prices to meet the demands of fusion ftf the times O WHITE NAUQURATED MHar Store ft X AJlISHiOS CLAUDE SMITH NEW GOODS Hardware Garnett House HEWPEIGES Stove SALBI Saturday March 16 TINWAEE HOUSE No 26 N Second St NEW WALL PAPERS Iiwvfl On 1889 New Window Shades and have marked same at prices un heard of before in this city in fact are so exceedingly cheap that they are bound to go quick at prices named The Grand Clearance Bale was f uc censful beyond the most sanguine ex Â¬ pectation There is nothing like printers Ink when you do what you Â¬ Armers old stand 20- - Wii Q At MMITTTT The importance of purifying the blood can Â¬ not be overestimated for wltbcut pure blood yoa cannot enjoy good health At tab season nearly every one needs a good medicine to pnruy vitalize and enrich the blood and wo ask yoa to try Hoods 8arsaparilla Itstrengtheas and builds up the system creates an appetite and tones the digestion while It eradicates disease The peculiar combination proportion and preparation ot the vegetable remedies used give to Hoods Sarsaparflia pecnl- jj IIOCII lar curative powers Ho medicine has such a record of wonderful other cures If yoa have made up your mind to buy Hoods Sarsapartlla do not be Induced to take any other instead It Is a Peculiar Uedlclne and is worthy your confidence Hoods Sarsaparflia is sold by all druggists Prepared by I Hood Co Lowell Hue IIMUMMlll to the highest bidder It will be offered in three parcels and at a whole It has a 6o feot front it 82 J feet deep three stories high with good cellar ha- - 50 rooms and it doing a good hotel business being well arranged for same The house can be with little expense converted into three first class business houses and is the best located propertv in town for hotel or Excellent opera house business houses or theatre with professional offices on This second floor could be arranged house is opposite the Court house an im- Â¬ posing edifice with beautiful yard TERMS One third cah May ist when possession will be given one third in 6 months balance in 12 months note witli approved security with 6 per cent interest and lien reserved 36 39 promise to do The public generally is invited to in Â¬ spect my new stock Yours Very Truly GEO M WILLGING 32 31 BAIB WISPS COAL YARD I keep at ray yard near the depot in Richmond all kinds of Interior Dfcoratob No 200 W Main St POWELL EVANS HOUSE FOE BENT AND Kentucky Coal and the famous YeuuIogheny Also Anthracite I will ltaudie Coal ITew Barber Shop I COBB MOOKE Â¬ GOODS FOR SALE AT COST DaMiliar rcbvlliai ru calf a IOO Doses One Dollar 9 28 106 E MAIN BTREET We iiave associated ourselves togeth Orders left at W G Whites and C er in the Barbering Busim es and are H located at 101 E Main Street in Ram E Smiths drag How and at A at sey building next door to Roberts Laine grocery will receive prompt Wines drug more W E Grinstead Co 8 W Cor 7th itriiiiuiift a Mr J M Chrhlooher will alwa First class work guaranteed Shav Â¬ Main Ktfl TjivnvIIIp Iv v ing 10 cents childrens hnir cuts 15 Our Mr ami WW tase ieu- DT Chestnut will be IiH custawew cents Richmond every county court day urelii watingon all t Please give us a rail Satisfaction Will call on couuty merchants at their hope to receive a fair Mia I 8QDIRE COBB Insured patronage T K BALDW IN stoiM W E GRINSTEAD CO 28- 29- MOORE I desire to rent my store hnnse in Richmond and sell ray stock of Groce- Â¬ ries at costrto tbe renter 38- JOHN TAYLOR LUMBER aRAnsr BALED BAT AND TOBACCO Wholesale Grocery MC 35 Jb I flflflLMHHLHMMBIHBVRfiinEYSinflaLLVLLLLHLHLlHLfliLLLHHHHlLLLL ga zysir M Preliminary Contest Last Friday night the young gentlemen of the Phtlathcan Literary Society of MARCH 13 18S9 Central University held a WEDNESDAY preliminary contest in their Hall to decide upon five 000 steam fire en- - representatives for the final Declaimers Mt Sterling Jhl Contest which takes place en the last Fri Â¬ day night of April A large crowd of lad Â¬ Â¬ Wanted Everybody to join the Com ies and gentlemen from the town assem Â¬ mercial Club bled to hear the declamation The fol- Â¬ the Uoi want a nke new Spring Suit go lowing gentlemen were this successful five Mr William Crowe of MiteheH city Mr A k Coiington P Gregory of Virginia Mr Mitchell of Â¬ If rou have corn for sle see advertise Lake Charles Louisiana Mr Banister of elsewhere in this issue Boone county Mr Phil B Newman of ment Versailles Ky The judges of the contest Pneumonia is prevalHng among the were Dr J V Logan and Prof T M WOrk stod in Fayette county Clark no Wanna The result of advertising March April May maVer as Postmaster General Are the mou lbs in which to purify the Mitchell have the nicest blood Covington as the system is now more Flannel Shirt yet seen line of susceptible to benefit from medicine mow is the time to take Hoods Spring Suits of alt grades shapes and Hence SarsaparIIi a medicine peculirly Mitchells colors at Co iogton adapted for the purpose possessing MiteheH now have their peculiar curative powers Covington It expels Â¬ Spring and Summer Goods open for in every Impurity from the blood and also gives vitality and richness spect1 It creates an appetite tones the digestion Invig- Â¬ Mrs Nannie Faalconer and Mrs Bettie orates the liver nud gives new life and Bvrum are erecting two neat cottages on energy to every function of the body Avenue Fft The testimony of thousands as to the The Masonic Library Committee of great benefit derived from Hoods whuliW F Francis is a member is in Sarsaparilla should convince every body that it is peculiarly the best blood session at Louisville this week purifier and spring medicine 39 42 The first regular meeting of the Com Â¬ nurcial Club last Friday night was a com Slate Oratorical Contest plete success On with the good work Messrs James M Duncan and John Van The mssque baW given at Lexington Lear representatives of the two Literary Â¬ for the benefit of Ac Athlete Club men Societies of Central Universitv on the tioned in The Cumax last week cleared Executive Committee of the Oratorical Association of Kentucky were in Lexington on last Saturday to at- Â¬ The nicest line of Spring Suits ever tend a meeting of the Executive Commit Â¬ shown in this city at very low prices is to tee for the purpose of making arrange- Â¬ be found at the popalar clothing store of ments for the Second annual contest and Mitchell 213 West Main to select judges for the occasion They omgton street report that the opera house in Lexington sale of the Garnett has been secured for the contest and that Dont forget the Haueonnext Saturday at 3 o clock P it promises to be a grand affair It will held with Kentucky University but the It will be sold as a whole and in par be M This is and always will be desirable opera house was chosen as the place as it cV offers better facilities than the University pioperty and a good investment at almost Chapel Mr Robert H Adams of Little arv price Rock Arkansas is the reoresentative of Senator John D Harris Joel Embry Central Univeriityand Mr Henry Duncan aid a third party representing Madison the representative of Kentucky University 1 The other representatives have not been it syndicate were at Ans C Shrop The judges selected are Judge ti 1 last week and bought bis premium chosen Wc did not learn the Caleb Brooks of Mt Sterling Lieutenant aO Longfellow pree but know he refused 1400 for him Governor OBrian of Frankfort and Hon Kentuckian Ckizen a ear ago Helm Pruce of Louisville The date of the contest is Friday night April 5th Dent Want Gar Shops Inter-Collegiat- e THE CLIMAX n DOWN SOUTH Correspondence ot The CliuaxJ Mr New Okleans March 9th T business lojytng Lenton regulations were announc Â¬ ed t E Arnold U in Louisville on All the week days of Lent from ASi PERSONAL ii rl niiFi - IM - mm r m - The medical detriment of the Uni- Â¬ versity of LouUville turned cat 129 young dectors Friday SHERIFFS SALE -- OF Winter is as much a creature of the Miss Alice Clay of Lexington attended past here as Graver Cleveland is at the Inaugural Ball Washington Roses and peach trees Mrs W L Arnold is in Louisville in bloom strawberries while dresses visiting her sister Mrs A B Elkin parasols soda water and perspiration Mr Gus Straus the popular clothier of But the frolicsome oyster has not gone he remains all the year round The Lexington was in our city one day last oyster and the Louisiana Lottery never week desert the Crescent City Mrs S H Thorp Jr has been quite Mnrdl Gras is over and the visitors ill for several weeks but is reported much from all quarters of Ihe globe are leav Â¬ better ing The festival was of course a sucMr W L Holton of Mason county cess spent Sunday with his son Dr C S The people here are not despondent They seem not to care after nil so Holton much about whether a Democrat or Dr Neely Fitch of Frankfort Ky Republican is President as they do visited Dr Henderson and family the about the development of the South first ot the week If Mr Harrisons policy should be even Mr H R Bates of St Louis who has in the vicinity of a fair one the New many relatives and friends here visited will continue to grow There South this place last week is room for growth On the Queen Judge A E Richards and Mr Wm rough Louisiana milCrescent road In lions and millions of acres of piue forests Cornwall Jrof Louisville were registered in their native condition are teea at the Garnett House last week This is true of Alabama and Georgia Miss Bessie Hugueley of Red House Tbeie is no lack of minerals The ag- Ky spent Saturday and Sunday with the ricultural lauds are endless Money is family of Hon A T Chenault pouring in from the North and the Mr John B Francis of St Louis is on nil sides boom What the father of Gov Francisspent Sunday with South wants is people not politics There is room room room every- his sisters Mrs Ballard and Mrs Cornelison where down here Mrs C M Clay Jr went over to New Orleans is cleaner than I have ever seen it and the yellow fever is Madison yesterday accompanied by Miss Sue Clay her stepdaughter not exppcted this summer Kentuckian The races which began last Novem- Â¬ Citizen ber will close in April Elder C Walden of Cynthiana with The mild weather up North the his wifeJ and son visited his daughter past winter kept the usually large Mrs J A G Williamson the first of Tip number of visitors away the week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 M j of Lexington has re- Sad Death by Accident submit to the voters of that city to Mr Randolph Henry son of Mrs a proposition to donate to Mr Hunting Emma Henry of Memorial Hall met of land and 1 0000 ton carshops 25 acre wkh an accident at Seattle Washington in money equivalent to 35000 payable Territory one day last week which re- Â¬ in bonds sulted in death on Friday Mr Henry n left here about six or eight weexs ago for A Dread Disease He was Fourteen mules valued at about Si 600 the West to engage in business ac- Â¬ haie been lost by Col Overton H Chen Â¬ employed on a railroad when by some cident his right foot was crushed by a car ault of this chy The disease can not be paced bv any veterinary surgeon and He was taken to a hospital and the next day the foot had to be amputated Friday the greatest skHl could give no relief was suspected but analysis failed night a telegram was received announcing Poison his death The entire community was to show any in the stomachs of the vic Â¬ greatly shocked and sympathize most tims deeply with the bereaved family The reA Madisen Dentist mains will be taken to Versailles the We learn from a Chattanooga paper former home of Mrs Henry and the J at Dr A Conrad CorneKson formerly interment will be in the Frankfort Cem- Â¬ cf this county is quite a success as a den etery The three children of Mrs Henry He and his partner Dr who were absent Mr Alex Henry at the tist m that chy S B Cook are the only dentists in Chat- Â¬ Theological Seminary in Virginia Miss tanooga who have a formula for a local Mary Henry and Mr James Henry in ana stheticby the use of which teeth can be Woodford county and Mrs Fishback a extracted without pain Dr Cornelison sister of Mrs Henry of Woodford couni alto ery proficient in making dental ty have all been with her this week pate of aluminum Weather Crop Bulletin Removed ion is brilliant and her eies are as lovely The following is the first of the new Mr W O Chenault formerly of the series of weather crop bulletins of the as a poets dream Mrs Jones is a wom Â¬ firm of Forma n Chenault Co has re Â¬ Kentucky Weather Service in an of most charming manners and a con- Â¬ moved to his farm in this county on the versationalist whom De Stael might have the United States Signal Service Boonesborough pike Mr Chenault rent Â¬ For the week ending March envied Washington Critic 9th 1889 ed his house in town to Mr E T Powell The temperature during the past seven Mr II R Pickets foreman of the Reg Â¬ The Big Four the Bee Line and the the railroad contractor The friends of days shows but a slight departure from ister office has gone to Lexington to take Mr Chenaults family regret very much the normal the rainfall was considera Â¬ Cairo Vincennes and Chicago have been a similar position on the Gazette He his decision to leave Richmond as the bly below the average In the Western consolidated had been with the Register 23 years He society here will suffer a serious loss in and Northern portions of the State it was The Bank of Maysville has bought was a good workman prompt and reliable himself and his excellent wife and his pop Â¬ very light some districts representing no 10000 worth of Mason county bonds in every way and it will take many a day ular daughter Miss Mattie rainfall at all In other sections light issued to the Big Sanday Railroad at a to find a man to fill his placeif indeed it is showers were reported during the first premium of 665 A Pew Wow and a Wnmpas ever done As a citizen we regret to give three days ot the week with occasional Warren county voted a subscription such men up and Henry was the last man The new Fair Association met at the gusts of snow which however was not Saturday of 200000 to the new railroad we would have thought of leaving Rich- Â¬ City Hall last Saturday to receive the sufficient in amount to cover the ground mond Our best wishes arc yours to be run from Bowling green to Evans deed to the grounds bought from Messrs only temporarily The prevailing high ville and Chattanooga Brooks and Evans and to perfect a per- Â¬ winds rendered the ground much drier Cassius The New York World says manent organization It soon developed than is usual for this season of the year Col R AJohnson General Manager M Clay the old time Kentucky states- Â¬ Uiat there was a wide difference of opin Â¬ This will greatly facilitate farming opera Â¬ of the Charleston Cincinnati and Chica man is an interesting figure in Washing- Â¬ ion as to how much land the Association tions Reports from all sections of the go Railroad has abandoned the traffic ar ton at present and he attracts marked had bought It was a lively meeting and State indicate that the crop prospects are rangements that road has hitherto had attention wherever he goes When his considerable feeling was engendered excellent especially so tor wheat and with the South Carolina Railroad from leonine head appeared in the doorway After a heated discussion of the question grain The rainfall during the past sea Â¬ Camden to Charleston This insures a of Mrs Bowens reception on Saturday a issue the meeting adjourned to meet son has been much lighter than usual direct trunk line from Chicago to Charles- Â¬ afternoon there was a moments impres- Â¬ again next Saturday at 2 p m and the ground has been bare during the ton Boston capital is to control the com- Â¬ sive silence among the guests followed by n greater portion of the winter Some pany The road is now built from Cam- Â¬ a buzz of comment Although his head Cutting Affray den S C to Rutherfordton a distance of is whitened with age his shining eyes On Sunday afternoon a difficulty oc- Â¬ slight damage was done to wheat and rye Wc have denote that his intellectual vigor is not Col Johnson says 200 miles curred in Powefls Valley between Tevis by the cold snap of Feb 6th and 7th Nearly the average crop will be planted just entered into contract tor about 250 impaired Owens colored and a white boy named miles of new road This will make the W illiam Mofield Both patties are young in the counties of Kenton Boone Grant RELIGIOUS Pendleton and Harrison In other sec- Â¬ road from Rutherfordton to the Ohio Mofield was cut in neither being of age tions the indications are that the acreage River Charleston S C Telegram tie wrist the back and left lung Dr John W Jones died near North Mid The prospects for general railroad build Â¬ dletown aged years Crnelison was called in and pronounces will be somewhat less than that of last lie had been an 69 lum very seriously wounded It is clamed year Ihe present prospects for the fruit ing in the State are growing brighter crops are good and no serious injury is every day At the present time construe- - Elder for 41 years that Owens brother was present and lcw a pistol Mofield has the name of reported to the buds from freezing weath- Â¬ tion is going on upon about 300 miles of The meeting at the Methodist church lasted one week and closed Sunday night beng quiet and well behaved Owens is er Tobacco beds have not yet been pre- railroad comprising six line as follows pared Maple sugar crop reported to be with a sermon by Dr Hamilton Mile- in jail excellent Kentucky Union Railway 120 Services may be expected morning and Not So Sure Kentucky Midland Railway 100 night in the Second Presbyterian church Commercial Clnb Last Wednesday night two men trom Ohio Valley Railroad 40 next Sunday conducted by the pastor The Richmond Commercial Club held Louisville St Louis and Texas C ncinnati appeared before the city coun 40 Japan has decided to tax the Chris- c and made a proposition to furnish the its first regular meeting Friday night at Falls oi Rough Railroad- 30 tian churches no longer but to put them cy with electric KghL Nothing definite the City Hall President Smith presiding Cumberland Valley- 13 on an equality with Buddhist and Shinto was agreed upon but the matter is being The chairman first called the Board of Total 1 343 temples under advisement by thn council Directors together when seven new names In addition to these there are seven Mayor Collins says that he thinks the were presented for membership Appro- Â¬ Rev E W Bedinger D D of An cances for Richmond to have electric priations were made to pay the printing other lines upon which construction will chorage will preach at the First Presby I jts are very good but that it is not so bill and the traveling expenses of the vis- Â¬ be carried on with more or less rapidity terian church next Sunday morning and during the summer and which may carry night si re a thing as our contemporaiy the iting delegates from the Louisville Club Register stated it was in its last issue The The Club was then called together and Kentuckys new mileage for 1SS9 up to Rev Edwin Muller of the Westminis Â¬ council has not yet made any agreement the committee on city improvements ask Â¬ 450 miles or add 135 miles more than the ter church Louisville has received a Â¬ Â¬ ih either the gas company or any elec ed for more time to report on the ques record of iSSS while there is no calcu- unanimous call to the Southern Presbyte tric light company to furnish lights but tion of locating the railroad through town lating the increased value of the roads to rian church at Shelbyville Most of them will ex- Â¬ we earnestly hope they will soon give us as they had received no definite informa- Â¬ be built this year Preaching next Sunday morning at the 1 A motion tend through virgin territory and will tion from the railroad people gU oi some kind was carried that it was the sense of that give to the mineral and timbers of an ex Providence church by Dr Henderson Probable Appeals body that the depot should be located at traordirity rich section their first practical and preaching Sunday evening at 715 at the Methodist1 church by the pastor Judge Scott had before him at his last the back of the new hotel near the inter Â¬ connection with markets Courier-Joquestions that section of third and water street The nal CTiof court here three Presbyteries in Kentucky meet as fol hive never been before the Court of Ap Â¬ question of water works was brought up lows Ebenezer at Richmond April How to Kill a Town peals of Kentucky The first was wheth Â¬ and earnestly discussed and the committee Louisville at Bloomfield April 9 11 er an executor can in any case be allowed on city development were instructed by a Send away for everything that you can Transylvania at Stanford April 16 raore than five per cent prescribed by the rising vote to investigate the subject and purchase two cents cheaper than the merWest Lexington at Winchester April 9 a te Judge Scott decided that the draw up such plans and propositions as chants of you town can afford to sell If of Owenton Ky fatute is restrictive but that the court seem most fearcible The committee ap Â¬ you have a few dull business days adviseÂ¬ is Rev L H Salen Williams pastor of assisting Rev Mr ca- - allow five cent to the total amount pointed to call upon Mr Huntington in every one of the fact slop your advertise per the Baptist church this place in a pro- Â¬ c personality The second question was regard to locating the car shops reported ment in the paper and let your general tracted meeting Services every day at tare railroad companies or contractors that they had unofficial information that dejection be most permanent Do not oclock in the afternoon and at 715 at e rght to use surplus material such as Richmonds chances were best of all if we attend any public meetings or assist in 3 rne coal c excavated by them in had a good system of water works The any public improvements and publish night ffi k ng cuts or tunnels for purposes not committee on manufactures reported that your disapproval whenever an opportuni- Â¬ Rev Mr Fraser of Lexington preach Â¬ received one application from a ty presents itself Abuse all those who ed at the first Presbyterian church on Fri Â¬ ciected with the construction of the they had road The decision was that such tobacco manufacturer but he refused to may happen to show a lively interest in day night and Saturday morning and atial may be used by them for any come unless there was some guarantee the welfare of the community Continue night On Sunday the ordinance of the -In almost every question that in this spirit through the affairs of your Lords Supper was administered Mr ose when it was necessary for Ihe of water I enC to be removed The third ques rjime tin broueht out the necessity of daily life and when you have succeeded Crooks filled the appointment at Walnut n was whether a married woman who water The advisability of a public mar Â¬ in attaing a sufficient degree of general Hill church for Mr Frair Sunday 1 been authorized by a decree of court ket house was referred to to the coramit- - nastiness wonder why your customers Rev J M Evans returned to Maysville 3 trade as a feme sale and dispose of her tN on TKiblic DOlicv The hfeh rates of have forsaken you attribute the fact to from Bowling Green and McHenry pery by will can deprive her hutbaed insurance were discussed and Mr C D the want of enterprise in the newspapers Southern Kentucky where he has been c s courtesy right Judge Scott dectd- - Chenault and T T Covington were ap Â¬ in which you will not advertise and to engaged some time in rivals At former hat the wiH depriving the husband pointed a committee to investigate the Uie ill will of those whom you have villi places there were ninety two additions to 01 the ts courtesy right Is valid if made wkh matter and report how the same mightÂ¬ fied Then youwili perhaps find that and the church and 400 raised for evange Â¬ s consent but thequsstfon as to whether be remedied A committee was appoint town is not so good as it should be listic purposes at latter places there were - consent is a fraud on his creditors ed to correspond with the Western Union the great object which you have had in forty four additions and looo was raised town The not detcnatoed AM of these deck- - Telegraph Company and if possible secure view is nearly accomplished for the chunsh - probably be appealed Winches- - an office down nearer the centre of the being deadyou will doubtless be happy By order of Bishop McClotkey the fol- Elizabethtown News town cnotraU fd The city council Â¬ Â¬ Rev R B Mahoney formerly pastor There was a very enthusiastic meeting ot the Republican Baptist church this held at Waco Saturday March 9th over county now of Sumpter S C is visiting The object of friends here- 300 people being present the meeting was to induce the directors Mr Alexander Campbell and wife B R R to locate their of the R N I of Bethany W Va are visiting their road through that place The meeting daughter Mrs B C Hagerman of Mad Â¬ was organized by electing L T Griggs ison Female Institute Chairman and Wm Benton Secretary The audience was addressed by Dr Ayres J O Embry has located here as busi- Â¬ P F Adams and others It was demon- ness manager of the Mt Sterling Land strated by the speakers that Waco would and Coal Company along the line of the be the best shipping point between Rich- Â¬ Ky Union Railway Kentuckian Citizen mond and Beattyyille that all of the Mrs S E Curtis of Georgetown is at stock grain and other farm products from Mr Willis Hisles on Fourth Avenue the rich Muddy Creek and River bottoms She is spending a few weeks with her son and the lands lying between Waco and Mr Sam Curtis who is attending Cen- Â¬ Union City on the one side and Waco tral University and Speedwellupon the other would be Miss Sup Cromwell of Fayette gave a concentrated at and shipped from that point and that all of the products from delightful tea Wednesday evening at her the first named boundary would be ship Â¬ home It was given in honor of Miss ped from Red House Station via K C Anna McClcllan and a young lady friend R R and last by to the new road if its line who is her guest should be located further South Also Mr L E Francis returned on Satur- Â¬ that immense quantities of coal and lum- Â¬ day from a trip in the interest of his ber would find a ready market at Waco broom factory While gone he visited as the timber is comparatively exhausted Rockford 111 Mrs Francis accompan- Â¬ and the farmers will be compelled to burn ied him and is still at Rockford coal Further that the wonderful depos Â¬ Jake Miller son of Old Corner its of koslin potters clay glass and cum reached home Sunday night after an ab- Â¬ mon sand jellow ochre hydraulic ce sence of two years of railroading in the ment lime and free stone flint salt lead Take says he will stay here if and an inexhaustible supply of water with far West he can get work but if not he will go every indication of coal rock and petro West again troleum will certainly cause alarge man ufacturing city to be immediately built at Col Swope backed by strong influen- Â¬ Waco assuring a large freight as soon as ces ind friends has had an eye on the Commissionership of Internal Revenue the railroad is completed The entire audience was invited to a and if it goes to Kentucky he is sure to most abundant and delicious dinner pre be the man Senator Sherman it is said pared by the ladies of the vicinity After will back Swope up to the handle for any- Â¬ which the right of way and a large sum thing he wants in reason Washington in cash were subscribed and tendered the Dispatch incorporators of the Ohio Valley ConMrs May Viley Jones is one of the struction Company provided that they Kentucky beauties of the Capitol and has B R R through construct the RN I the widows loveliness and charm to a that thriving village most fascinating degree Her complex- Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Waco to the Front Wednesday to Easter Sunday are fast days of precept on one meal with the allowance of a moderate collation in the evening The Church excuses from the obliga Hon of fasting but not of abstinence from flesh meat except in special cases of sick ness the infirm those who are attaining their growth those whose duties are of an exhausting or laborious character women in pregnancy or nursing infants and those who are enfeebled by old age The following dispensations are grant- Â¬ ed for this diocese by the authority of the Holy See First The use of white meats that is butter eggs cheese and milk is permitted at every meal during Lent Second The use of flesh meat is per Â¬ mitted at every meal on the Sundays of Lent and at the principal meal on Mon- Â¬ day Tuesday Thursday and Saturday with the exception of Ember Saturday and Holy Saturday Third The quality of allowed at a col- Â¬ lation in this diocese is bread fruit salads vegetables cod fish and white meats Fourth A small piece of bread with a cup of coflec tea or chocolate can be tak Â¬ en in the morning Fifth Where it Is not convenient to take the principal meal at noon it is law ful to invert the order and take collation in the morning and dinner in the evening Sixth Drippings and lard may be used in the preparation of the kinds of food which are permitted Seventh On Sunday there is neither fasting nor abstinence but fish can not be used with flesh meat at the same meal tt any time during Lent Eighth Those who are exempt from the precept of fasting can partake of flesh meat at every meal during the day when by special indult flesh meat is permitted at the principal meal The time for fulfilling the Easter pre- Â¬ cept of communion in the diocese extends from the first Sunday in Lent to Trinity Sunday inclusive Grace Episcopal church has arranged the following for the Lenten season Rev George C Betts will deliver six lecturers D V at 4 oclock on the Sun- Â¬ days named March 10 Introductory March 17 Romanism March 24 Presbyterianism March 31 Methodism April 7 Baptists and Campbellites April 14 Unitarians and Other Infidels The other services during Lent will -Â¬ If jou Want a nice buggy pliteton ro kawuy cnrriugei baroucliet or coupe go to Jobll Duiielson apr4 t Mrs H B Million died in Woodford UNTER WE II AVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COUNTER AND couuty Land for Taxes I WILL ON Sanas Specific will cure Rheumatism or money refunded Price 75c at Whiles Drug Store Second street 5- near Garnett House Â¬ MONDAY APRIL 1 89 On a Par More Extensive Scale Genrge J Allen son of James L Allen of Boyle county died suddenly In New Mexico Feb 0th Sunns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ in front of the Court house in Richmond Ky between the hours of id oclock A M and 6 oclock P M sell the follow Â¬ ing property to pay the taxes for the year iSSS TEC auTST offer tism or money refunded Price 75c at Whites Drug Store faecond ftreet near Garnett House tf Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE ANlT PROFITABLE to all of our customers and friends who may take advantage aad w LAST SEASON EMY WBCITE The cost of the Paris exposition is estimated at 10000000 and it is design Â¬ Richoni District No L ed to make it eclipse all other Indus- Â¬ VALUE trial exhibits ever held Byrutn Bettie and Nannie Faulk- Â¬ ner 1 town lot 2500 The C I St L C Ky Kankakee 600 Baxter Mrs Rcoecca 1 town lot Line with Its connections m lies the fastest time from Cincinnati to Council Ballard Nancys heirs 48 acres land 500 600 BlufR Omaha St Paul Minneapolis Francis Mrs Pettis t town tot Miller John T 1 town lot- 450 32 and the West and North west Parks UoraceNR 55 acres land 800 A big saw mill and a brick manufac- Richmond Milling Co 1 town lot 3000 tory will soon De established at Beat Shortridge Mrs E J t town lot- - 1500 tyvllle where the Three Forks Invest Â¬ Fosto cra District 2To 2 ment Company U alo about to con struct a flue new lintel This part of Jackson Elizabeth 6S acres land- 340 Newby James 15 acres land 150 Eastern Kentucky is booming 11 Â¬ GOODS FROM DEPARTMENT at very reduced 1 s3 in our stock on the CIIEAP TABLE rats r- - Silks Woolen Dress Goods Calicoes Cottons Hosiery Underwear Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Veiling t If you want to spite your neighbor steal his chickens if you want to do him an act of kindness tell him that Gnnters Chicken Cholera Cure will certainly cure them of cholera and that it is sold and warranted by Stock Â¬ ton Willis It Miss Annie Bally of Georgia died Saturday night at the Female College of brain fever and her remaius were shipped to Atlanta yesterday The scene at the depot was one of the sad dest ever witnessed here The entire school marched down and paid tribute to their dead comrade Mlllersburg Cor in Bourbon News Â¬ Ualoc District ITo 3 30 200 Dcnney James D 5 acres land Powell Isaac 4 acres land KID GLOYES ETC ETC ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTEKTIOX TO OUR Ellistoa District Nc 4 Benton Hiram NR 20 acres land Daniels Jas N R 3S acres land Elkins Fielding 20 acres land Wilcox Thos N R 50 acres land 160 too 200 400 Yates District Archibald W D 2To 5 60 acres land Asbell Litfield 30 acres land Benge Rice 30 acres land Cox Elizabeth 45 acres land 200 60 100 150 100 150 Large Lineo Wraps OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE Corpenter Fielding2i acres land Gooch Mrs Eliza 100 acres land Gooch Cornelius 30 acres land- Hunter John 45 acres land Take Ayers Sirsaparilla in the spring ol the year to purify the blood invigorate the system excite the liver to action and restore healthy tone and vigor to the phyeicnl mechanism Re Â¬ member that quality not quantity constitutes the value of medicine It 60 100 be Sundays 7 a m ii a m 8 p m Week days Mass 7 a si Matins 10 m A Evensong and Address except Compline and ser Â¬ Saturday 5 p si mon on Wednesday S p m Confirma- Â¬ tion classes On Mondays and Thursdays at 4 p si for children and S r m for adults Confirmation April 7 at S p si Dont let Caught This spring with your blood full uf your digestion impaired your appetite poor kidneys and liver torpid and whole system liable to be prostrat- Â¬ ed by disease but get yourcelf into good cnudition aud ready for the changing and warmer weather by tak Â¬ ing Hoods Sarseparilla medicine equalled for purifying lie blood giving an Hppetite aud for a general spring It stands un- Â¬ it PARAGRAPHS NEWS -- Mrs Mary E Field of Woodford county died last week in Georgia The negro exodus from North and South Carolina to the West is said to be 1000 a week Two Flemlngsburg firms have hand led over 4000 hides of miuks foxes skunks possums coons etc The Supervisors of Tax iu Fleming county raised the assessed value of property about 140000 Major T P Young of Fiat Creek had threo head of fine cattle killed by a stroke of lightning Saturday night The cattle were standing near a leuce that had a barbed wire running along on top of it After killing the first one of the cattle the lightning followed Ihe wire some distance and killed the other two Owingsville Outlook The Maysville Republican says A special says It is semi nfllcially stated the Paris will get the Kentucky Cen- Â¬ tral machiuc shops An effort will be made to get the shops of the Kentucky Midland It will take a blase louder than Gabriels to wake up some Mays Â¬ ville people And they will richly deserve to get there halt an hour after good St Peter has hung nut the sign Standing Room Only A speolal from Harrodsburg says Win P eldest sou of Rev W P Harvey attempted to suicide by shoot ing himself In the left breut Just over the heart the ball coming ont under Young Harvey has been the arm drinking heavily of late through grief over the death of his grandmother to whom he was greatly attached It is thought the wound will not prove faÂ¬ Â¬ 1 A call has been issued for a confer- Â¬ ence of colored Republicans to be held at Washington March 15 to press Olao District Ho 6 upou the new administration the ne cessity of recognizing them with lib- Â¬ Crowley Mrs Pattie 80 acres land- - 200 Hendricks Dudley 4 acres land 50 eral slices of pie - 200 Harrison Levi 15 acres land WE CAN AND DO Hay Wm 1 town lot Berea 150 Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it Parks James heirs 5 acres land 30 lias been fnlly demonstrated to the peo- Â¬ Preston Alice 1 town lot Berea 350 100 ple of this country that it Is superior to Pigg John 105 acres land all nther preparations lor blood diseas Â¬ Phillips Ann N R 1 lot Berea 300 es It is a postlve cure for syphilitic Ready Gabriel 10 acres land too poison lug Ulcers Erustions and Pim- Â¬ Kirissville District No ples It purifies the whole system aud I Baker Mrs Julia A 12 acres land thoroughly builds up the constitu- Â¬ tion Sold by W G White prescrip- Â¬ Gentry Mrs Nannie 330 acres land 8400 Long Nick V 1 acre land 3 tion druggist Tussey Joe R 8 acres land 200 The new directory of Louisville Poosoy District No S shows an increase of 12000 in its popuAgee R and H C Whittaker 41 lation in a year S 200 acres land DIED- 60 Murphy Merriman 10 acres- 200 Short John NR 13 acres land The funeral of the lale editor of Har Â¬ Sanders Giles NR 99 acres land 1000 pers Bazar MIsa Mary Louise Booth llillioa District No 0 occurred in New YorK Friday Â¬ Â¬ Land Marian 5 acres land 50 So Lamb Sarah 80 acres land McQueen Thomas 90 acres land 200 100 McAnally Sallie 25 acres land 200 Rose Hayden6o acres land Todd J King Admr for Maggie Todd 204 acres land 2040 Terry Wm 50 acres land 50 Plushes I3ST C3- -- 5 leu -- Markets Jackets AND OHILDEBNS CLOAKS 3R S3 A T V j- - FL X 3E3 17 OF- - ST WE ALSO HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK wjlijXj fHNew Daily CROOKE WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YOU CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN pafer Put Goods on the Counter Respectfully BEffiTT IIROT Richmond Ky apllS tf Cor Main and Second Sts In Washington Oily on Thursday Mrs B F Rice wife ofex Seualor Rice of Arkansas De- Â¬ ceased was a sister of Hon Ribt Rid dell and John M Riddell of Irvine March 7th 1S89 Agee Ambrose 45 acres land f 450 Clark Mrs Matilda 70 acres land 950 Davis Mrs Ben NR 25 acres 130 Newby Alsie 25 acres of land 130 Tudor Patsia 1 acre land 70 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOK JAILKR JOHN F WAGERS H a eamlklale lor Jiter ot SIimIImhi county MtbJet to tbelMmof the Democrats parly JAMBS C LACKEY Js a esiHklle for ac Â¬ Jatl or Mwltwn eounty saieet tion of the Deraoerattc part SAMirRI RIGUERvrFF H k camiMtt ih for jHtlerof llmltm eounty MbJet U J-S- Davifl Unit Go Â¬ Â¬ tal A revolution was passed by the Mex Â¬ ican Veterans Inst Friday in this city unanimously recommending their old comrade General W J Lundram for the position of Pension Agent for Ken- Â¬ tucky under the incoming administra Â¬ tion in the event of the removal of the present incumbent The appoint ment would be an excellent oue and givB general siitisfuction Lmcaster Kcwu Â¬ Â¬ ur Â¬ -- Â¬ Thu Liaily brothers who Were tried befortia Magistrate near Re ilville this till- - county it year since 011 the Charge ku kluxhig and who afterwards made their escape were captured in Illinois last week and brought here Thursday And old and respectable and JHiled widovr woman named Morgan and her two daughters were heateu at the time by a band of six or eight men ou 110 particular charge at all except Mr Morgan n good man had died and left them defenseless with no male relative to take their part Mt Ver Â¬ non Signal Our Vinston correspondent us Hint At Morehead Sunday March 3rd Mrs Annie wife of John E White traveling salesman for Warren Co of Louisville aged 25years Mr White Ulciuaoni District Ho 1 is well kuowu in Richmond aud his VALUE friends sympathize with him in his 600 Boyd Isaac I town lat misfortune Campbell MatJr l town lot 150 David Bevins born in Madison coun Chenault Tobe 1 town lot 200 ty Ky 84 years ago the eldest of 9 Chenault Lucretia 1 town lot - 250 children died in Clay county Mo Clay Frank t town lot 250 where he built the first house lu Liber Francis Samuel 1 town lot 50 ty His wife Huldah Riley of Fay Â¬ 150 HacketJohn 1 town lot ette county Ky lived with him 58 Irvine Maria 1 town tot 250 years and bore 10 children whom he Irvine Henry 1 town lot 150 left 5000 acres He was six feet four Marshall Thomas 1 town lot 150 inches tali and weighed 310 pounds Peyton Ann town lot - 50 was long a devoted member of the Stone Wm 1 town lot 200 Christian church At hi princely res- Â¬ Turner Daniel I town lot- 150 idence he entertained us and asked White Sarah 1 town lot 250 after acquaintance lie had made here Yates Charles 1 town lot - 300 In Bourbou aud other portions of Ken- Â¬ FoztOTTn District 27o 2 tucky Paris Kentuckian Citizen 220 Chenault Letcher 15 acres land Davis Chas NR 20 acres and 300 - 100 Fox Amanda 2 acres land Remaining unclaimed in the Post Soo land office nt Richmond Ky week ending Owens Lucy heirs 5 acres Stevens Richard 1 acre land 50 March 12th 1689 Hupson Miss Y Bowlin David TJalon District 2To 3 Burton Martin W Hughes Jar Clark Miss Bell col Jefferson Mrs Kate Benning Patsy N R t2 acres Leckcy Robt Coonan Wm Land T 120 Martin Susie 2 Davis Marcellus 200 Karr Amanda 18 acres land Martin Phii Devary Joseph Miller Mollie Edmine Mary No 4 Ellistoa District Montague Ella Estill Mrs Mary Ewalt Sam E Street Bell Harris Ben 5 acres land f 30 Tudor Peter col Francis Mrs B - 40 Irvine Viny 7 acres land Glazier Abel Whittey Hatty 200 Stewart George 33 acres land Gregs Sam White Lizzie - 50 Stone Cyrus 8 acres land Heathman Joseph Yeash Jonnte Huges Joe Small Charley 1 acre land- 40 Post Office houre from G a m to 7 p TateDistrict No 5 ar Money order nnd registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to 6 1 ar 20 Crockett Squire 10 acres Iand J B WILLIS P M Collins Lizzie 4 rcres land 40 100 Collins Hannah 8 acres land Goens Mary NR 6 acres land 30 Robt 5 acres land Moberle Thos 30 250 We want 500 barrels of corn delivered Todd Jeptna 49 acres land 100 at Richmond Ky on cars For further Terrell Cato 10 acres land information call on Will am Hunter White Mariah 3 acres land 100 Richmond Ky Yates Berry 5 acres land 50 PARRISH BROS Pineville Ky 39- Glade District No 6 OOLOHE13 ncttonof the lemeraileiMrty NEW FIRM ItfEW GOODS wih public that w r THOMAS S KKRREtX U a cimHI Jailer of Madhon eounty Mrtert to the - -party tion of the Democratic irIN- - llllr Ik a eamiidrafe for Jail uf MeUlson eoanty subject o lh tctfcmur tlw 4- Jailer of Madison action ot the Democratic party mntounte to the ive juat opened e iHfXl UmC to tke Gr- exiHtldate for JnHw 1H trKJ h A J BROADDUS tea net IlHe rrarcJrVblet SH1 rfFMt a georue w maupix a candktate fer fresh sJock of the bsi brands f county Huojeet te the V l- - LETTERS VILLOUGHBV M a eandtdato tor A J Asesor of Madison eouaty sabjet to the 3-action of the Democratic party V J HARVEY h a candidate for Aesser of Madison county subject to the adteH -of Hthe Democratic party for Aessorof CR TtDOU tea candidatethe netloa of Ihe Madison county subject to W- Democratic party for Asstssor JOELT EMURYtsacanUldate of Madison county subject to the action -of Hthe Democratic party CONWAY DOZIEtt is a candidate for Asesorof Madison county subject to 37-the action ot the Democratic party D C RICE N a eaTidtdate for Aiwessor of Madison county subject to the action of Ihe Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT J B HARRIS ofUta candidate for County Superintendent Public Schools subject -to the action ot the Democratic party MR3 A T MILLION Is a candidate for re Â¬ election to the office of Comity Superintend Â¬ ent of Public Schools subject to the action -of 35the Democratic party S- for assessor STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES that can be bad in tbe eitieg propose to soli We CHEAP for CASH Come and see us and be convinc Â¬ ed that we have a first claes stock at Eeasonable Prices We shall aim to secure a fair share of custom by square dealing aud the handling of desirable god -- LUI THE MOST DAVID CHENAULT 29- - CO v1 EXTENSIVELY ADVERTISED HEADQUARTERS FOR LAUNDRY BLUE IH THE WORLD KO FREEZE HranNHfFa BBKoHBKa pHrnj Glass or DusL 3T7LZ3 Childrens Carriages NEVER ETUIS Collins Arch 4 acres land Deeney Gum 1 acre land Parks John 10 acres land On Wednesday March 20 Parks Nellie 4 acres land Simpson Anderson or Antis 1 acre 1889 I will offer for sale four miles north of Mt Sterling Ky on the Maysville White Allen 1 acre land Forty head of grade White Thomas 4 acres land- pike the following and thoroughbred Jersey cows calves and Poosoy District No 0 heilers 12 head of Jennets some good One Smith Peter 13 acres land ones some good Horses and Mules Patchen mare in foal by Vasco one Ster Boy filly one Forest Wilkes filly one SliUioa District No 0 filly Rosco Broaddus Phillip 3 acres land JOHN S PARRISH it PuMie Sale 6b 20 30 50 30 50 50 cheaper and better than say other bluing bx the world SLTJCTE Is more conrenleat than any other bhusg BLTJISE te more economical because you can pot In just the exact amount and no more BLTJIKE Is clean and neat no dust no spattering or spilling BLUINE is In small sheets packed In a handsome envelope and would be an ornament on any table BLTJEiE Is the cheapest because it is the best jwim SO per cent 23 821X1X23 Twenty Four Washings for Ten Cents 100 Wanted at all tunes General Agents SsJesmtnter al Wholnala and BetaU Trade everymen women DOJS rteinlty am slrls to do MTtrtliUix in Samples One Dozen Sheets InasackaseterJOcents free of Oncers or by mall of the BLUINE MFG CO West Acton Mass - a1 if informs Amos Finney a prominent oitizeu of the couqty aged near three score aud ten has been Jin constant search for sliver more than a year on the farm of John Newman and he now claims that he has found the hid den treasure alter digging in the cllft 40 fretf then descending at a deptii of about t0 feet- - Specimen of the ore has been examined by the scientific min eralogist JJr Jas A Stevenson of Ohio nnd pronounced genuine but not in paying quantities but he be Â¬ lieves t a greater depth It can be found u abundance Irvine Eagle Â¬ Â¬ Pectoral Is the natural remit if its use hy aV classes of people for ovijr fory years It haa iroven very best ppeoifitt fur okJ Itveif coujhand pulmonary Complaints cj Ayit Cherry Tha extraordinary popularity of le Will make the present season at Silver Creek Distillery at 25 For Jennets and 10 For Hares to In Â¬ sure in Foal Fr-ri-- r I wo Frvn BooM rtrrraBs l Clinton is 16 hands and one inch high DISCOVERY Hhtthm - ii pUuit walk firms fine bone and substance jet black me2ly M hi Mm Oalr fJennno STStetaofMemrTTralnIaa Ap to nose and makes a grand appearance ens reading lour 13 Us learned la card OKIl H VYBftS OK Bred by John W Allison of Bourbon 3tal trunilerlnr - benefitted D PAHMBC Errrr chilA anil ndas retfoaled May 24th 1882 got by HtS AfiKNT coflnty Groat ixuZnocxaasia to G7epuaJie Chw 1st dam by Peacock and I offer for sale pri irately an excellent p njti Longfellow th omnwr1 of Dr Wm A ITnm farm of mo j I 1 ir WaniM cHwani tS la Miaa SPswttl dam by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by Leviathan 4th dam by Mountain Leader AJvccal Longfellow was got by Long Madison Itanv V t jwtfwbr 1st dam by imp Royal Duke 2nd dam by with dwelllug houee ou It known hs Bjnln4etk2J 4 70S A J4U13 1 XX 6 JTUA A cff Mohawk the Old Town Farm 4 tullea from 37 49 men throughout the county say he Richmond and reached by the Rich Â¬ Jak do All Jc id of I am DreBHrvd The mond and Lancaster turnpike k the best bred jack in the State sty la CariwiHef work In nrt rl uepiniiK WW gnu rnares and jennets at the farm Is well watered win rasv ym as good a aI tihwen nnni esilft4ea far i t v f cull itopunliKsvrlll ral rafe oT 10 SthM per day tM bebewebtliottee mrv nr W t TWTnNr AWAN5 a3 THE CELEBRATED JACK 50 Broaddus Samuel 20 acres land 100 Crews Armstead 25 acres land 130 100 Mitchell Henry NR 5 acres land N B DEATHERAGE Sheriff Madison C nntr 39 41 1 I I 24 49 KOQUET CROlvANOLE BASE BALL WW TENNIS GOODS St MARVELOUS E 7 E KcCANN 223 Main PAEM for SALE PRXITATBISr GR EiSTT a 1 vteS 1 Carpete - W orJL 3- - - WSkIIUMECO 3951 Silver Creek Ky 52- - Mrs aTAYLOB any where luAruwlca hh inriif I - r - ids E i If M What the Ladle ol New York Are iTear-Iat the Present Time CombinatioBB of furs are not uncom- Â¬ mon and are rather effective Laee rills peeping just a quartor of tuiInuh above Hie edgo of nook and sleeves are again used JJalnty caps are worn with matinees or tea go vrns They are itvshionod from aaaaaaJjfe- - mm bki wTtw bits of lace and ribbou and pive tbo 2tf a t head a look of curious coquettish dig- Â¬ nity Intricate designs in every tone of Color on tho soft French flanuals of which many new house dresses aro made blend easily with silk or velvet usod in the makingMonkey fur grovf more popular overy day New cloaks and coat aro bordered with it While the muffs and WiTCNMMERJEWElER a few capes aro sooni the scarcity of tho fur will not permit the making of many IKALEK IN Throat and wrists are well eel drf by Va4tter Clocks Jewelry Silver and broad plaitinjjs of muslin the samo Theso Tills powder never varies A marvrl of shade as the gown or white lWUeJ wre tc Special purity KlreiiRli aud wliolcsonicnesg JlDre are sewed on the inside cdpe of neck eeotHHnlcMl iliau I he ttrdiCHry kliida nml adeetteu given to and sleeves and allowed to fall out flat cunitot be soll n mretUrn Willi the inul UtiMlea ot lour tet altort weiftlit Hlom and Low heels broad sole3 and fine top3 lioitbat powder Sod only In cans Royal Bakinu PoDEBOo 106 Vail Street of calfskin closely buttoned bring tho DIAMONDS Iew Yortc 21 30 walking boot of to diy as near per-Â¬ fection as footgiar can aomei Walk Â¬ A2JB OTilER PRECIOUS STONES ing beirues R aSlight and the ill treattl members are comfortably dressed lot any event ol the day Stockings in every shade for even- Â¬ ing wear come with fanciful open work FrHHy Aho hu4 in a workmanlike designs extending tho whole way up maimer For runlown debilitated and overworked Even the little silk shirts woeaeo Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is the front Cash sia fcr Cli Geld and Silver the beet of all restorative tonics It is a potent for women so popular from their Bfieclrlc for all those Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to Women a powerful gen Â¬ warmth and trim flt are woven in open TVmt lot get tlie ee wxt door eral as well as uterine tonic and nervine rt Vs and bands down the front traptrts vlpor and strength to the whole system Ut tin Utchmttttd Ivy A simple but charming tea gown lt promptly co res weakness of stomachnaustit todiiresuon bloaunc weak back hervru pro worn by a vf oinan of wealth and fashion tration debility and sleeplessness in either sex It is carefully compounded by an experienced was of old rose brocaded alpaca long physician and adapted to womans deticate and full in the back with hanging organization Purely egetabte and perfectly harmless in any condition of the srstera sleeves The front was a gathered a von 10 reBcrip-tlon is the only medicine mass of pale green surah caught at tho I for women sold by druggists waist by an inside sash of rose colored under a positive guar CHICKEN antee of satisfaction In every case or price silk with heavily ombroidered and ftl00 refunded This guarantee has been fringed ends printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully Giove makers at their wits oad for carried but for many years Cholera Cure For largo illustrated Treatise on Diseases of Women 1I6O pages with full directions for a novelty have introduced funny little home treatment send ten cents in stamps bits of white kid abaut tho bottom of Address Worlds Disposary Medical AsociATHjr3 Main Street Buffalo X V tho six button undressed gloves Only the gray green and full gray gloves 5 24 are so decorated the tan gloves still holding their long established position of universal popularity on the strength of their natural adaptability to any costume time or plac Eery shade ol dress material is closely reproduced in the suede kid xQNX slippers embroidery in silk beads a A- v gold and silver threads decorate tho S toe while straps of ribbon cross the in 3r sVep Black kid slippers with high Louis 2 Quirze heels and a buckle of brilliants on the pointed toe will transform the worst foot into a dainty pleasing ob-Â¬ x ioLlor fefcWli Thousands of dollars worth of inco-- cr chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ ject era It is more fatal to chickens than Tho lace veil rests not from its laboi 3 all other diseases combined But the after the new and peculiar At both SS 41 discovery of a remedy that positively top and bottom a deep frill is added ettreskMS been made and to be conwhile the once modest dots have sprung vinced of its efficacy only requires a into sprigs of flower designs or trailing trial A 50 cente bottle is enough for garlands The hats to which such veils The Original Wins find themselves one hundred chickens It is guarÂ¬ best adapted havo C 1 Simmon St Louis Propr broad brims upon which ostrich feath Â¬ 1 A Simmon Liver anteed If after using two thirds of Mediarc Etd 1K4A in ttm rr c r ers bows of ribbon etc are lavishly a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly er Regulator Estd by Teilin i85S heaped- satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken JI A S K M ha for 47 year Fancy buttons that were steadily on Cholera return it to the undersigned cured IXblGIsTioN BiuouiiJess tho wane for the past year have with and your raonev will be refunded AprrriTE Sovr Stomach Et the Directoirt coats and gowns in Â¬ a 1 arai raxtor At H 19 IS STOCKTON WILLIS il Church Adams Tenn creased rapidly Some concave in wnteX Jthmk I should have been delU but shape and decorated in painted scones ior your wrnirat n a Sira- ivwiTu ncuioDe 1 nave or flowers might be mistaken for nico Zeilin ituffforyour Medl little butter plates These bring a high cine but it dont aniwer th price owing to the really charming purpoie workmanship displayed Curiously irTe JEditor Tht THE BEST vkWilY SOAP wrought metal buttons in steel and received a package of your Liver IN THE WORLD Mediant and have uied half of it bronze appear upon the severely plain It work like a charm I want no short coat as its only ornamentation better Liver Regulator and cer Pure UiiftmiaQaaity It k tainly no more of Zcxlin mixture Those of delicately carved tortoise ioal fonmiU tor 2uch we paid fomo shell and silver set with garnets ha tkHfcr iw HKnltnttl or should be sacred to the new reception w THEo Tzrxtle j InrieM This tonp is in n tHlity to day Willi gowns as being somewhat too fine and tnentv jaiin azo costly for stroot wean Al 1 Kotldi cosuua iotliiH dial rim I11 n- 4DRUFR FRESH FASHION NOTES KEEP BABY WARM Kotes on a BARNES GHEELEY J JUDGING HORSES Snrabjr of Ever Interesting Nuraery Topics Absolutely Pure 5WIHQ RESFAIRIETG- WKWl -- tir AITEE5 -- 52r U WnCHiJUD SlRTtf r -- a1 -- i 4V64KofeWfre i Â¬ Keep babies warm in the first place doing away with aohoa and cramps and perpetual need of handkerahlef keep them Well fed asd strike off all dys poptlo troubles t dross thorn loosely and lightly covering wrists welli and U Ihoy cry nervously soothe them by out door alriug or a warm bath or warm wet cloth laid over tho skull or by stroking thom from tho shoulder down with both hands as they lio on tho bed The mesmeric influenco of this treatment is wonderful Not a few babies aro born insane with nerv Â¬ ousness and cry violently at slight which aro not slight to discomfort them Im afraid of these crying babies s nld A wise doctor to me bnO 1 have Beveral of them irt my day practlco who cry for hours apparently without cause I am always afraid of mischief with the brain in such cases Tho treatment for such highflyers Is not spanking but a warm bath when Â¬ ever tho fits of crying come on drying with soft warm towels and a long leisurely rubbing Or stroking as it lies in its one gown on the blanket Iict the baby lio undressed on a piU low in ft perfectly warm room and sprawl liko a frog to rolieve his mus- Â¬ cles and make them grow It is good for tho development of children to let them run about a warm nursery naked half an hour at a time after thoy can walk You romember tho lovely figures of children in Alma Tadomas classic interior playing naked about the gyna cecum and the bath They were nobly built because naked or nearly so the first year of their lives and thelx1 hodses with their healing flutfaJn tho walls and under the floors wore hotter than any thing we shall have in this generation The constraint that bands and tapes and the woight of cloth are to a babys pulpy form and butterfly strength can hardly be understood by us grown ups but they are quite enough to deform in frequent cases Carrying a child too much on ono arm will make it misshapen Babies ought to be held with their breasts against the mothers and an arm at their back supporting the back of the head by a hand carefully as it rests against tho They should lie on their shoulder stomachs a good deal on a pillov or Heroes tne knees for change of position and the ease given by warmth and pressure of the little abdomen Babies limbs aro made symmetrical and vigorous by leisurely tender strok- Â¬ ing and if they will get bow logged by dancing on their eager feet too soon there is no need to torture theni with surgical appliances and steel boots Tho surgery for such cases is daily hourly stroking the legs with both hands and gently moulding them into straightness Clever doctors discour- Â¬ age the use of appliances for straight- Â¬ ening young children prefering the gradual traction of the mothers hands which will be found all efficient You can do any thing with a baby except keep him still when awake Andtheroisono rule which ought to ba the Draconian Never wako a child eode of nurseries for any thing less than a fire or an In- Â¬ Gossipy Chat Abont the Great Xotc Tort Points by Which a Good Animal may b4 Determined Kdltors Only IJrnther Fivo mitos west of this place near t Tho tirst consideration i3 posture A tho little village of Columbus in au horso standing should come woll on Dobbins SiectriG Soap -- r0f 1 i m saaaaaaV EDUCATED FOOLS A Class Which Unfortunately Is Numer Â¬ EH ous and Growing Tho young lady who upon hor first visit to the country asked which cow gave the buttermilk was probably rsWERE ia a rreiU svlnr f bc of labor familiar with the philosophy of Kant aap rf fad aad I tKc aSnc where DoU J and could talk discursively of Brown- Â¬ Uaa I Jconc Si x us l HCCordius- to Oireo ing but to the matter-of-fapeoplo K QN rdl trlttl vl uiHinMiitc hs great Bait It who heard her she must have appeared par you to asiVe tint tn t things LIKE a mi tMiMUrfMcd k is cxtcaCvely Inii silly in the extreme The story serves as an illustration of a class that is nu- Â¬ merous and growing peware of Imitations Americans have fallen into the habit of talking of common things in a far TMStST aaoa olMfik Elective Dm talte A Macaouc Oeara alas MhVMbM Elmnc off transcendental manner as if they araarather fraud a irpl hceautc K drop Tfcey had neither lot nor part in that ordin- Â¬ M nam djuWa aad --re uau st y poec AL for ary earth which can grow potatoes and RIO rleBHISB ELECTItlC pansies cheek by jowl taL ao cjrcr Xcattf every graeer fran Name aluoa lac c n sicca If oars l aset tt be Meanwhile the sun of the social sys- Â¬ walarrwaiar ncareat vfcataaie giDccr hireling and children get T EAD caniaCy thr it ate vnaier aravnd eacb CUTTER GRINDER AUD tem is a lessons in life from a protege Wr aa4 ac careful m follow dircftloiia their first acadiaatwaacvTanr Ymraanot 8orl to SHELLER a laatcr aafere tryag hcymmtX as ok ratable of an open door society oataaaiy wtaucrnti Combined in One Frame The Only If I were to make a world said Combined reed Mill Made Ingersoll Dobfcfts 4 Eieeiric Soaa I would make good health Whereupon some ono asks Wtrfsated io Give Satisfaction t catching CO I L CRAGIN incredulously Why doesnt Mr In 27 68 CVa an tahrr dtferent fixed Grindera upon the PHILAnKlPHIA IA gersoll make a world ha ha a brand Keofij fire XiU t vaj ttrrn j nw t ia new world with all modern conven- Â¬ iences - in it when he ao well knows Scndcr dreaUrto how ajThere never were any mira- Â¬ 2IACT FIMZE ViIIIamsburr Ind cles cries the writer of Robert Els- msro No miracles when the world 27 53 is full of them The air you breathe is a miracle Thank Heaven that it bo not owned by a corporation that would TORNADO shut it off ten feet above your head un- Â¬ til you had paid your tithing No miracles The egg you eat is a miracle Seven SpJenOid Companies Your own eye is a mira- Â¬ of miracles Nrth America - PliilaHelpliia cle lou can tell all the chemistry of - Massclusetls Springield its Component parte but cad you put 6armBi New York the light of life in it dear educated fools OoHMdiettt Hartford When Hercules tried to kill his ene- Â¬ Niagara - - - - New York my he dashed him 04 the ground and Amazon Cincinnati saw him instantly revive for the com- Â¬ PettMeryirama - - Philadelphia mon earth he touched gave him re-Â¬ BOOK BOTTOM RATES newed strength It has been said that the man who can Oaaee at Farmers National Bank make two blades of grass grow whero Omll and see us before placing only one grew before is a benefactor of his kind year insurance Tho Posulr 2 Jao tctwecs A pretty pastoral story is told of a Cmcisiiati BURNAM HUME father who sent out his son as a herder LAFAYETTS and N B Milling propertj and and gave him only these three words of oawntry stores a specialty instruction Remember your sheep The boy was an innocent and could S241 Tit Eatfn Trxha tCI TSEKtH WilSiat Cit pTjUman Sleeping Cars and Elojrant B only do the ono thing and his mind cllnins Chsar Cars oa NichS Tralna only retain simple lessors But he MaBalflceat Parlor bars oa Day Trains remembered the sheep and herded -SOXjXJJ TtT them so well and did his duty so faith- Â¬ TTTfit BETtTiEIt fully that he knew every sheep and lamb of his flock by just looking in its and TI ths C L St L C Railway Er ToEr face It is Iang syno now but Rob Â¬ and TaadalU LUs rsllman Buflet Sleeping Car Pellrnan KeeJinlng bies sheep were known for their ex- Â¬ Chair Cars New Firit CIa Ceadif Secocu cellence far and near Claa Coaches and Baggaga Cai all run through King George IIL has been much without chango between Cincmaati and bt Irult laughod at for Inquiring how thcTapple fcEloEant Reclining Chulr Cars got into the dumpling Yet theapplo BiTwaan Til- - dumpling is more uecorsary to the com- Â¬ fort of a household than tho discovery T1A THE of a new comet Who would prate of f I KtUaraiid B loimrt T discovered star to a starving man Commodlou1 Devout or unJ it iat Iniiaplk FjLiihu would be mad KENTUCKY Via SHHIjSC To be educated above the common things of life is not to ba educated at CARBIAQE itrhlciroStf esli tat 1rr- alL Take the Lstinwdnls out of ur aedlat eusaertlons art Bd t and r om tin orthwtt V at language and we can still live love JOHN DO NELSON jsjeej eat and do with the rest Detroit IknerhTltttti tsd Bastxri Ctti t Hi i jtn be obtained at any Tlc OtSo- Free Frett Propjuetor rr4 tf m also via thiali a CRy Offices 1hwrlMit the ronn A Swedish scientist claims to and Tit J 3 40HM EG AH Cuirau have discovered the secret of petrify- Â¬ HARRISOH D MILLER ing wood by artificial processes He thinks it will be possible ere long to 109 IRVINE STREET Satld SS5 iw a a 3sld Wuca a uu aani uttiy la E construct edifices of wood and convert te tlackMcs-la vrwM Next Desr to Pest Office WirrcM them takes three 9 riWM UCTJ m fck monthsinto stone As it500 and costs about to petrify And r Qtui tvI cur V 01 lUneiinnUMkk a block of wool of the dimensions bo A ir rta Mnn ono cubic inch it will probably v1- t rtLrr whh fir Um Vu H some Urns before his process will bo UauyflHH MII rample - TaMBi4c ra K S5S5S-generally adopted liplolstofiiif S II a tt la kt ana fr S BMaca 4 abnra thMa l 11mm 7bM vraBa7cattellLvbMD Tbe curry comb Is Dleas wa wxlu at nu W mt i Prwnpdr CARPETS LAID IK FINE e4 flttaapleattwWfy aS rr r IMCM2C4 Wateh urs to the hors or aaasource of A4orM instrument of Uaaad Oth Xtax 8f5arUouUjiae STYLE Give ttaa a CaH torture accordingly as it handled 27 SS 24 71 uhiu a vraaacs fUnuci and L anVets as Tift other scrip a the arotH doe withou tnrV BS Icmog aaoa agataad will and Ute new cascaVrs aad bUach jHrbeURpit2ubrlc liLnsat 49 40 READ THIS -- TICE ct et THE KEB iiILL INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and M Indianapolis CHIOAG O i Fine Carriages -- Cincinnati StLouis Cmcinnati riid Pecria o-s- aiU-o-iom-ar WORKS 1 tnaKiwi tIIKTr Finiitin fitfuriij Mb IIIkl4 ar4Hv rra J- - old weather beaten frame house tbo only brother of the great editor Horaod Greeley lives the life of a hermit Barnes Greeley who is now nearly eighty years of age has lived ori this farm for tho past sixty years Ho is known far and wide in Erie and Warren counties on account of his family and his many eccentricities and because of his never- failing good nature his abundant and unaffected warm heartedness and his keen though somewhat erratic in- Â¬ telligence The old farmer is tall and spare but of poworful bulld and is noted for his slovenly dross and his antipathy for waterf both internally Ho says that Water and oxiernally taken into the system in immoderate quantities is fully as injurious as whlSky In His elovduliness of at tiro maydoubtloss bo found a family in Horace characteristic which Greeley had been too often attributed by his critics to a weak affectation lor tbo purpdse of attracting public atten tion Tho farm on which Barnos Grceioy has lived so lon is a large and fertile one but it has a look of desertion and noglect He seems to care to mako only a living out of what would havo made a thriftier man independently rich long ago It was on thi3 fnrm that Horace and Barnes Groeley warn boys together and it was here that Horace who had gone to tho great East to learn tho printers trade came sometimes to spend a vacation and even in those days the yearnings of Horacos am bition were plainly sliOrfil In their tramps through tho forest he would confido to his brother his dreams of Long afterward future greatness when Horace Greeley became a grcaf editor and a man whose name was known on both sides the Atlantic ho did not forget his brothor up in tho Ono day he wilds of Pennsylvania sent for Barnes to como to New York and mado him his traveling agent and then gave him a place on his editorial staff and offered him Various positions from all of which tho farmer retired id turn and eventually went back to his farm a disappointed man Drj yoii want to know why I returned home1 h5 still asks his henghi Well Ill tell you I bors sometimes wasnt fit to fill any place I would ac- Â¬ cept so I came home I preferred to be a king among hogs rather than be a Barnes Greeleys hog among kings antipathy to water is not a whifi stronger than his disliko H whisky Ho is a strong prohibitionist and ad Â¬ vocates the doctrine of no whisky or His present good health free whisky ho attributes in a great measure to tho fact that he never usee tobacco and always abstained from whisky Although remarkably woll preserved physically for a man of hi3 years Mr Greeley is convinced that he is apÂ¬ proaching his second childhood and figures out by some mathematical sys Â¬ tem of his own that in fifteen years hid mind wilt become a blank and that five years later ho will die at the exact dian attack age cif dnd hundred years He has The babies who havo the bost chance never married and is the I really believe arc those brought up of the older branch of the in homely ways in the warm and neat Greeley family Corry Pa Cor CAt living rooms along with kittens and cago Herald m m house plants and singing of kettles in ABOUT SHOP LIFTING the sunshine of tho mothers constant piesencJe comforting voice arid ready How a Detroit Jlorchant Treats Persons Caught at rhferlujr Hoods Most of our great men and tendance Do you havo much trouble with greatest beauties have been reared so asked a reporter of a The child is apt to gat more of the con- Â¬ shop lifters ditions for healthy development in this Detroit dry goods merchant Very little he answered I havo unstudied way than in formal secluded been in business a groat many years nurseries Shirley Dare a and havo probably had as good a chance to know as any one in De- Â¬ SMUGGLERS DOGS now They Are Trained by the Excise Law troit We havo had very little stolen from us Breaker of France How do you account for that The smuggler trains his dogs one by In several wajs Ono is that wo one dud always at night In the day time he walks across the frontier ac- Â¬ do not leave our goods lying round at companied by one of his pupils and looso ends or thrown promiscuously goes to visit his accomplice in whose upon tho counter Then if some ono house he leaves the dog It is detained is caught stealing a pair of gloves or a till after dark when it receives a suff- Â¬ yard of lace or a pocket handkerchief iciently smart beating to make it glad wo first assure ourselves of the fact to scamper home to its master who that it is a theft and then ask for a welcomes it to an excellent supper return of the goods and let the parties This routine is repealed several times off with a reprimand I havo no timo till the dog can find its way homo on to attend police courts and can not make myself seo the necessity of ar the darkest night without hesitation It is then promoted to carrying a small resting peoplo for trivial offenses I light packcontalning articles of trifling have faith enough in human nature to value but by degrees the weight is in- Â¬ believe that tho parties themselves will creased till the dog is accustomed to do better by me with such treatment said ono of the partners Yes carry many pounds When each dog that has always been our firms policy knows its duties thoroughly it is taught to work in company wth othors tho and I think it is a good one I remem Â¬ most intelligent in each pack being ex Â¬ ber a stranger who was passing our empt from carrier service and taught old store nabbed a man and brought I caught this to act as scouts to ascertain the where- Â¬ him in by tho collar abouts of possible foes and so enable the man stealing ho said He had taken main body to avoid the danger of fall- Â¬ some trivial thing from outaido My ing into ambush Tho method of train- Â¬ brother looked at him a moment then ing the customs dogs is of course quite he asked sternly What did you do that for different Fron their earliest puppy Tho man shivored and shook and ex Â¬ hood they aro taught to play Â¬ with pieces of tobacco and small pected to be seat to jail but my partner just looked him over and said bags of coffee or rolls of lace When Got out of this Dont let me over six or oight months old their educa- Â¬ seriously hear of your stealing again tion in theso matters is taken How about tho rich kleptomaniacs in hand and they are taught to sit quietly in ambush never barking but who purloin fine goods which you merely giving a very low growl or charge in your bills All nonsense There are no such cocking their ears to attract the atten Â¬ tion of their master whonever they de- Â¬ peoplo or if there are they do not tect any unusual sound Should they patronize me All this talk about be guilty of barking thoy are of course systematic stealing and shoplifting is Â¬ punished but a wise dog is rewarded nonsense Thoreare professional shoplifters wo Bhould probably know them Â¬ with lumps of sugar After some practice a well trained excise dog will scent at a glance At all events I would out even one solitary smuggler dog at rather lose a few dollars in that way a distance of two thousand yards and than to expend it in convicting some Detroit he soon becomes wonderfully expert in poor wretch in tho courts tracking the law breakers human or Free Press canine and in giving notice of their TWO HISTORIC CHAIRS approach Blackwoods Magazine How a German Ofilcer Obtained Posses Â¬ 1 a n sion of Them PLAYED POSSUM An incident of General Sheridans Another Illustration of the Credulity of visit to Europe during tho Franco Vonng Married Women Prussian war is perhaps omitted from A ymng married man was invited his article in Seribtiers through ignor Â¬ out one evening lately to a restaurant ance of the facts When the General supper whore the presiding dish was reached Berlin he asked the American baked possum He ate heartily in Minister to recommend to him some compliment to the friends who invited young American who could speak Gor- Â¬ him and moistenou ihb possum with man fluently to act as an interprc so many and frequent libations that he ter Tho Minister recommended Mr reached home in a state of somnolence Charles F MacLean better known to When he awakened the next day it was New Yorkers as a Police Commissioner noon and his anxious young wife sat than as an intepreter and he followed beside him in an indesoribablo state of General Sheridan through 4ho cam Â¬ mind She expected penitonco and paign The Genoral relates In Scrib tears and was prepared to be very ners how Bismarck the Greet and Na Â¬ firm with her erring lord But what poleon the Little sat on rudo wooden was hor astonishment when he greeted chairs in front of a cottage near Sedan her with a pedl of laughter discussing the situation and there is a John Henry she said with dignity picture showing tho two men one tri- Â¬ I am ashamed of you umphant tho other downcast in tho What for my What has peasants garden A few days later your Iovey dovey done Genoral Sheridan dinod with Bismarck Dont lovey dovey me sir Where who began to talk of the surrender said the Prussian That meeting were you last night I sent will be historical Why I told you my d dear I Chancellor w went to a p possinn party with tho over yesterday and bought those two chairs from the peasant for ten franca other b boys Yes and came home here actually apiece now I havo them cs memen Â¬ toes and I suppose he added with a snoring and couldnt walk straight laugh the English will go on buying oh oh oh Why my8 sweetost that wasp part theso chairs for years to corns- There was a general laugh at this re-Â¬ of thetalnment I was just protend- Â¬ mark but ono officer had more to ing dont you see playing possum love of course youve heard of playing laugh at than the others and gave his possum The others all played possum reason to Mr MacLoan after ward You see he said I krow as well too hatha Didnt Icorry it out well as Bismarck that tho meeting would be She believed hiia 7Jelroil Free historical bo the very next day I rode Frae over myself and got the chsjrs for fivo 2f Y Sun According to Johanna Faber the francs for tho pair famous manufacturer of Nuremberg A Calif dVnla fanner bollevlng that tho people of tho United States use in cats will oxtorminate squirrels and round numbers 100000000 load pen- Â¬ gopnors purchased n large lumber awl cils every year set them at liberty on bit la Jit m hide-and-see- k That is hs fore legs should in front his hind legs under tho incident of weight or tho point of tho quarter Horses of val Â¬ ue cover their ground long low natur-Â¬ Tho Happy hit of ally and Wide strength and refinement Marketabld hBlegs bo placed well Tho limbs anywhore and any day should be placed well outside tho body e g long and promlnont el- Â¬ bows bold well placed stifles on a line with the elbows Feet should not turn in or out but point forwards Odd foot aro tho sign of disease past or present in a chronic Harmony of proportion is ft form sine quanon here Length under a horso must bo gained by a deep re Â¬ clining shoulder His height through tho floor of his chest up to hb withers and not by his logs Width at the shoulder points and by a doep wide and capacious middle width ot his The position of the fore feet hips are regulated by tho shoulder in tho ilifcd legs by tho width of tho pelvis A horse may bo taught to Or hips Stand but the judge demands a natur- Â¬ al rather than an artificial fir1 educated pose Logs should bo short stout with muscle and clean along tho tendons Knees woll to the ground 1 c short likewise the nocks woll cannons down In examining a horse dont ap- Â¬ proach too closely at first let him form the base and you tho apox of a triangle you then can catch his ends It is early enough to go up to him whon you desire to manipulate him for exostoses otc e g splints etc spavins A horso is So much for tho profile said to havo a riding angle tho acme bf perfection for all work where a lino let fall from his pdle just grazes his nose Manners makoth botH rrian horse and without this angle wo can have no true manners in oither harness or undor the pigskin A long rein or uppor line to the nock and a clean ar- Â¬ ticulation or junction at tho head and throat are essential as contributions to A full throat is an index perfection of full wind Tho head should bo blood like and convex for courage at tho base of the ears and across the eyes Tho head should be full yet neat no coarsnest at tha race just above the nostrils A mcJderateiy lorig neck for comfort This with a moderately flno wither gives you a light forehead Necks should a horse before you always be muscular of moderate length The breadth of chest depends od the breed and trade We will now Only deal generally in points and make but for galloping a deep thorax rather than a round ono admits of greater expansion undor of forta of endurance and extreme exer- Â¬ tion Stand well in front of a horse to see this Thon pass to7 his rear and judgo the quality and muscularity of tho hind quarters Stand woll bckhere and step two paces to tho side gives you form at a glance or the concert of points from his head to hb middle and quartor You must go round a horse on a system to save time and gain ad accurate judgment The quarter should bd wid haunches well let down and always neatly cltf3ed in horses worth tho name Light ends in the fore band volume and area super- Â¬ ficially in tho middle massive hind quarters and four good feet well placed leg3 like bars of steel London NDUSTRY geologist claims to havo A Scotch discovered in Scotland evidences ttf prove that the earth lay for 150000 years In a liquid state London Truth says that the art of the working goldsmith is disappearing owing to the cheapness of diamonds Every one who buys an ornament in Â¬ sists now upon precious stones and es- Â¬ timates it rather by the valua of the stones than by tho beauty of the work Â¬ manship when tho rosewood tree la first cut tho fresh wood exhales a very str ng rose like fragrance which sooa passes away leaving no traco of the peculiar odor There aro several varie Â¬ ties of rosowood trees Tho best how Â¬ ever are thoso found in South America and tho East Indies and neighboring SCIENCE AUG D WLRXM P STREET JEWIER ARMER blands The now explosive now being man- Â¬ Agricultural Gazette COLLEGE SOCIETIES An Established rower In Alt American Ktlucatlonil Institutions I am often nsked by anxious papas What good is a socret society for a Tho form of tho boy in college question suggests tho idea that the papa is not likoly to havo had any per-Â¬ sonal experience either of tho one or tho other but tho answer is plain Tho secret oollego fraternity organiza- Â¬ tions of tho better class haVo Cdme to be an established power in American colleges and in proportion to their merits they exercise an influence for good or evil upon tho career of every student that is in the average not much loss important than that exerted by Alma Mater herself As an in- Â¬ fluence it is stronger while it lasts and as a rule lasts much longer It Is no Shall I permit my more a question eon to join a fraternity The question Can I hope that is my son will bo accepted by one A curious instance of of tho best their practical workings has been re- Â¬ cently told mo on good authority A Southern gentleman more than twenty years ago joined one of these institu- Â¬ tions Soon after this his chapter bo Ho himself became in came extinct turn a teacher married and reared a family of children He was industrious and worthy in every way but the yol yow fever panic in the South deprived him of his only means ol support The wolf was at tho door Tho last re- Â¬ sources of economy had been exhausted In his despair he addressed a letter detailing his circumstances to the fra-Â¬ ternity at large asking aid A telegram to tho president of a Southern college was answered with a satisfac tory indorsement and within a few hours a sum of money was on its way to the unfortunate one which was quite adequate to his immediate needs and for which ho has the satisfaction ol knowingho is not indobted to organized charity but to organized love N 1 Truth Â¬ ufactured in Germany is called secunte It Is described as a granulated powder of a light yellow color with an odor It rcsoml ling that of bitter almonds Is quickly manufactured does not de Â¬ teriorate and costs about the same as dynamite and is of nearly equal explo- Â¬ sive power It can not be fired by fric- Â¬ tion blow or jar only strong fulminat-Â¬ ing caps producing the explosion A new life boat which is supplied with a reservoir or oil in order to sup- Â¬ port boics in tho water is based on the recent cases of successful expe- Â¬ yfi riences with oil in overcoming tho power of the waves The reservoir in this case is provided with an outlet by means of which the oil may escape automatically no matter on which side tho float or buoy may bo turned when thrown into the water A microscopic examination of a groat number of specimens of ancient paper dating back to the eighth cen- Â¬ tury has shown them to have been mado as now from rags and not from new fiber Tho most common con- Â¬ structed is linen but cotton hemp and animal fibers havo also been detected FurthermoVe it is discovered that many of tho samples aro clayed With3Carch pas to Iron when heated bends very readily under weight so that it can not be considered the best of material Stone and for fireproof buildings especially granite is very little better than iron to withstand the ravages of fire There is no material according to the best fire insuranco authorities that can be used for construction equal to brick It is tho opinion of both in- Â¬ surance men and heads of fire depart- Â¬ ments that brick has stood the test bet Â¬ ter than any other materiaL Ono ot the troublesome quostions which architects have never been able to settle is tho placing of permaneut foundations under large buildings Tho latest experiment according to tho American Architect is to cover before commencing tho footings tho entire area of the excavation of the building with a thick stratum of con- Â¬ crete laid directly upon the top of the Tho depth of thi3 clay hard pan course is nearly two feet and its ob- Â¬ ject is to strengthen tho clay that tho settlement may bo reduced to a mini- Â¬ mum A recent analysis of tho potato shows that tho starch la the tuber is chiefly formed at a comparatively late period of its growth In an early stage tho experimenter found of ash 108 and Tho same variety of starch 164 yielded when near maturity but 70 of ash and 214 starch showing that tho proportionate increase of starch toward the end of tho growing season was very great Thoro is much less water in a potato tuber toward the end of its growth than in tho earlier stages It is from theso facts that new potatoes aro more waxy than those that are JUL jggac f rf k S3S S S3 rV5 To The Public BOOTS SHOES 8D HATS JT nnUnCEi Pall-and---Wait- er-- IPf U L Wo havo an immense stock of Goods CONSISTING OF and Alsla 6RADSS from the medium price to the highest It i our wii tosuit the public and to do it we have boudit uoiK to suit everybody We do not keep 1nk1J but cood honest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes ol custom goods and want a share or your patronage if prices are a condition PRICES Respectfully rn rach2i iy STALLAGE RICE ripe PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS How true tho proverb is Jarvis that a man is what his wife makes And how true it is him Jervis t o that a man docs what his wifo rrre Saute Express makes him What more HusbanI severely THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS CG a Of money Suppose I was dead you would havo to bog for your cash Wife calmly It wouldnt be as though 1 had nover had any practice 0fj Freshly rising to go Im sorry to break up your hand at whist Miss Rosalie but really I cant stay any never mind later Miss Rosalie Mr Freshly Im sure wo shall got on Boston with a dummy just as well sir Chicago Globe 3 a 3 3 o I O 3 0 IB Post At a public dinner a distinauished statesman was placed between Madame How do Stael and Madame Recamier lucky I am said ho here am I And seated between wit and beauty without possessing cither one or tho other observed Madame de Stael Slavery times wero recalled In Wilmington N C the other day when two dsrkics got into a loud dispute and almost came to blows quarrelling in regard to the social standing and per- Â¬ sonal accomplishments of tho men that owned them before the war 3 0 1 TRADE FmEforVEHICLES FOR THEOHIO S Catalogue CINCINNATI Write 30 3 V A Breck Phelps E3I Nothing better reveals the unsel- Â¬ UoT a Vf Utlclsm A POINT BROKEN Confounded a Lawyer Cloven Argument A witticism based on truth and truth when witty is tho wittiest of all things confounds an argument or breaks the force of a Robert Morris the colored lawyer of tho Boston bar whilo defending a col- Â¬ ored dressmaker charged with stealing silk from her customers and substi- Â¬ tuting for it a poorer material cross examined the principal witness a lady twenty who declared emphatically that she could tell the value of silk within fivo to her Knowing that it is difficult for white people to distinguish one colored per- Â¬ son from another Mr Morris asked tho lady if she could recognize the colored man who had brought a bundle cents a yard No she answered I think that all colored persons look aliko to me Oh they do do they rejoined Morris Well see and ho asked several colored men to rise Now madam ho continued look at me and then at these gentlemen and tell the court whether you can tell us apart seo much difference re plied the lady Perhaps by studying you all I might but your heads are all ebaped aliko and except that some aro darker than others I find it hard to distinguish one from another Now madam said Morris with a triumphant air do you mean to swear after telling the jury that you can judge of the viJue of silk within twenty five cents yard that you cant tell tho difference between Mr John Â¬ son here and me She regards herself as a judge of silk not a judge of wool interrupted the prosecuting attorney The court laughed as did the spec tators Morris smiled for ho saw ttat the witticism had broken off the point I his question Youths Companion W I dout fishness 5f clairvoyants than the fact that for a paltry dollar- - they will re- Â¬ veal to others tho lottery ticket that will draw tho capital prizo instead of keeping the valuable information to themselves and profiting by it De troil Free Press Why do you call the phonograph she asked tho horse editor of the snako editor who had used tho feminine-pronoun in speaking of that in- Â¬ vention For two reasons First it talks back second it always has the Pittsburgh Chronicle last word Wife critically 111 What does Husband the doctor say George That you aro very very ill dear Wife after a short pause H I should not get well George give my sealskin sacque to your sister Ill just let her seo its real She has more than once insinuated that its only plush Epoch He was determined to go out at the end of overy act Three acts had been played and throe times had he scraped by and trodden on the feet of his neighbors At tho end of tho fourth act as ho went crashing through the narrow space a lady in the aisle seat said in hor most dulcet tones Sir I trust 1 do not incommode you by sit Â¬ 2 Y Kewt ting here The newest thing in wedding tours is called tho Secret Honeymoon neither bride nor groom having any idea where they aro going The Idea Is not new For years many young people havo married without having any Idea where thoy wero going or how they wero going to get there whon they did know They didnt havo enough money to go to housekeeping Norrislovm Herald Judgo Why did you attempt to throttle your friend horo Prisoner He callod me a liar Judge What caused him to address that op-Â¬ probrious epithet to you Prisoner I was tolling him that my grand Â¬ father Is still living at the ago of 107 Judge and That certainly offcrodhlm no excuse Prisoner I was telling Mm that my grandfather Is still living at the age of 107 and M Judge That certainly offered him no excuse Prisoner I went on to say that my aged relative doesnt tho aid of glasses and is habit pf walking ten mUei three cords of wood before Judgo Then you are a A IR ID 10G W Main N St next door to Second National Bank A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of ererv description The UNIVERSAL PLOW both right and left hand equal to any plow DoVtble Snovel Plows made The best cultivator in the market Sewer Pipe in abundance PUMPS W JL IR IS JL FULL LIISTE OF TINTVARE Hardware Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance edge tools of all kinds Builder ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE 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