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WMzzs- - ls j tJ W5 AaafctMBttiMiBsMMbttMastat4flisMhMUasM -- tte-r2 s J r c1- - -- sSaH i rSP I M JW c volume PROFESSION n L CARDS RICHMOND MADISON BOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1889 C -- NUMBER 40 Ol5 FULL OF FUN IMAGINARY MALADIES tnkabto Ught buH color which indi Â¬ cates that it is not only all oak tanned to Common lieltnt It Is Kdi National sViw MAkers Who Are Always A Japanese story writer has just DR a but that the leather has beea thor on the I ookout for the Destroyer Stated That They Can Not Walk finished a novel in ninety volumes If For all diseases of the Tliroat and Argrcsas Â¬ t presume there nro twenty or thirty a Japanese messenger boy ever gets There are marked points of differ- Â¬ oughly washed by tho currier to re Altigs no reiutMlr ia so safe siieedy and ence between the chimpanzee and gor- Â¬ move all matter except tho fiber Tho men in oach house of Congress who hold of that story the company might Dektistry sertain as Ayers Cliorry IcctoraL TB LlMITEB PXJUTK illa Tho ears of a chimpanzee are light buff color also Indicates that nro victims of their own Imagination An iudlspensftbk family medicine as well get a new boy Sonurvillc only the best quality of greases havo Thoy are large ylnlc and stand widely to Smith BuiWlng Main Street I find Ayers Clierry rectoral an 01 FlCr sylvania in giving to a Harrlsburg the head but thoso ofout gorillafrom been used if the latter are of Inferior themselves ready always to apply of JournaL any they hear nrc 000 te lltBO M 1 I tOO tO the nr tro invaluable remody for colds coughs mj j Photographer Ah beg pardon correspondent some reminiscences of very small black and are pressod quality ihey darken and impair tho others suffering aliment tmes2 tf M 1 and other ailments of tlie threat and from and are constant- Â¬ did I understand you id say that you 4 the development of that great indus- Â¬ against tho sides of the head like thdse leather lungs M 8 Eandall 201 Broadway ly feeling thoir pulses to detect any try that Y One of tho troublesomo questions sign of weakness or variation They did not want a very large pictUreT j C MORGAN D D S Albany X nsetl Ayers Cherry Pectoral Btniokbut Iashave never seen any those bf math Yes Then please dont ma being so peculiar as liave which architects have never boeri abld nro always on tho lookout for tho de Patron I Tho tho goriiia tor bronchitis and that were witnessed a few years ago those hands of other knownare unliko to settle is the placing of permanent stroyer There aro six or eight men smile ah thats iL Yankee Blade OFFHE Main xtreet over Mdi monkey of any Jon Htiotml Bank niobtnond Ky Miss Mahoney a boarding school at a well in the Canada oil field at Sar The fingers Instead of being free as foundations under large buildings Tho in the House who have their mouths lulled Oh papa nia The well was being drilled for oil far as the palm of the hand are united latest experiment tried in this city ac- Â¬ and throats examined at least once a graduate to her father Tor which I believe it to be the greatest and at the depth of six hundred feet a up to the first knuckle joint so that cording to tho American Architect is to month by a specialist under the im- Â¬ wont you do something for us My medicine in tfce world James Miller DR J- - M friend Mr Gllhooly is in a terri- Â¬ great volumo of gas was found The they can not bo spread The nails in-Â¬ cover before commencing tho foot- Â¬ pression that Caraway N C they are going to bo bestdilemma Mr Patrick Mahoney ble gas was accidentally sot on fire as it My rrlfo bml a distressing cousli SURGEON AND FinSIClAN stead of being long convex and claw ings tho entire area of the excava- Â¬ afflicted with cancer The keeper of with pains in tio side sad breast AVe rushed from the well A fountain of like as nro thoso of the chlmpamee tion of tho building with a thick the Capitol cigar stand tells mo Bad luk to ira Biddie An how long hjtpk E Second street next to tried variooa medicines but none did Washington Post flame more than fifty feet high was arc comparatively short and flat not stratum of concrete laid directly upon that tho talk of excessive smoking is he in for june22tf Wi ite Drug Stwe her any good until I got a bottle of Mrs Yorger the result That in itself was a won- Â¬ reaching to the ends ol the fingers tho top of tho clay hard pan Tho causing this dread diseaso has injured I am afraid Colonel Ayers Cheny Iectoral which lias cured Mrs derful phenomenon for that district and much resembling those of man depth of this course is nearly two feet his business materially I was sitting Yerger is losing his hoaring her A neiglilior Mm Glenn had the G W EVANS M D then and would be to day hut tho flow I am afraid ho has lost it measles and the cough was relieved by Contrary to former belief it is now and its object is to strengthen the clay in the cloak room of the Houso talk- Â¬ Poterby AND BURGEON pinsKIAN of burning gas had still greater pe- Â¬ claimed that the gorilla can not walk that tho sentlement may be reduced ing with soveral members about tho entirely My husband told me that ho the use of Ayers Cherry Iectoral I have no hesitation in recommending culiarities and such peculiarities as or even stand on its hind feet as tho to a minimum Chicago News Or KICE Fecond street Hot Springs of Arkansas Speaking asked Colonel Yerger to join him In a tWsiaedleine Kobert Itorton Fore Â¬ no gas well In Washington County ever weight of the body is borne entirely by of tho efficacy of tho baths for various social glass and ho didnt respond jutit22tf man Headlight Morrillton Ark COUGHING IN CHURCH had common as great fountains of firo the outside edges of the little toes Hes a goner sure diseases ono of the members told of a Mrs Yerger Ayers Cherry Fectoral cored me ol running from them are in tho upper When adult tho gorilla occasionally An Evil Bred of Habit and Apparently colleaguo In tho Houso who was near- - j Texas StfUngs DRS TAYLOR n severe cold vrhioli had settled on my Stranger Thats a nico goat you Thoughtless Imitation district One of theso peculiarities of runs for a few yards updn its hind foot lungs My wife says the Pectoral helps ly dead from smoking too much and I Pnicutioners in Medicine and Burgery Whoever has attendod a placo of had saved bis llfo by thoso baths Ho have there Can he haul more than the Sarnia well was that every fifteen but is obliged to balance Itself by hold her more than any other medicine slu RICHMOND KY ever used Enos Clark Mt Liberty Oh yes sir sometimes Boy minutes as rogularly as a Wook ing the hands over tho head worship must have noticed that the said that the man was so tobacco- - one Kansas Stranger could mafk the time a stream of OFFirE Second streetover Dykes fight in tho orect posi- Â¬ storm of coughing which profatls sOitked that the water in which ho had three of us rido in the cart That it should juue53t Grootrj Store Indeed Why hes strong isnt Water three Inches In diameter spouted tion as stated by Du Challlu Is phys- Â¬ therein and tho throat clearing which bathed was stained a light tobacco Clierry Pectoral Yes Boy sir hes pretty moves like a rabble of wrong notes color The other members laughed he from tho depths and mingled with the ically impossible eo with theodruni DR JOHN M trcrjuicD ur burning gas The forco of the water mtng on tho breast of which Du before the church music are not whol- Â¬ at the story but three of them quietly strong but wo dont mind that now ly natural phenomena Thoy aro to a threw away their cigars One West- Â¬ were used to him MAIN STREET Dr J C Ayer It Co LowcH Mass carried the flames up more than one Challlu makes so much EoM by alt DraspiU rricc 1 ix bottle S Has you heard de Uncle Ezekiel hundred feet and separated the mass Up Stairs make a drum Â¬ largo extent avoidable evils bred of ern membor came back after his That tho gorilla does NVx Door to Luzon Will in darting sprays and sparkling show Â¬ ming nolso Is true enough but it pro-Â¬ habit and thoughtless imitation and fall vacation Main ami TalesJreek suffering Rr icnce at from a scandal Brudder Williams Dunno 03 I has Undo Eze- Â¬ ers of fire The waters chemical com- Â¬ duces the sound by beating a hollow thoir very desirnble reduction Is there- Â¬ colony of boils that had settled on his lams 43 Avpiup tf Even neck and all over his body Bout Jefson Jackson sellin1 fore by no means hopeless position was 6uch that there were cer- Â¬ tree and not by striking its breast Ho has kiel Sell OT733S tain inflammable qualities in it and Tho natives are not afraid of it say- Â¬ where a basis of disease underlies tho been standing the pain with Christian his vote foadollah Williams A WEEK -DR Dat am pufectly explosion a little self control could fortitude nut unfortunately for him his vote fo a dollah these would make brightly colored ing Soko another of Its names toClub System III III lilVwtiHHl wfVll 111 r III- usually do something to lessen Its forco one of the papers of I got lights to mingle with the dull yellow is a man andnothing bad in him mi2t a canTcnlent his State published scandalious Americatwo on a quatoh Ll flame of the gas itself creating a nat- Â¬ When attacked it mostly bites off tho or its frequency Tho samo is of course a paragraph about his condition Sinco fo mine ID uic hmjkx JIT lotttT Mniti II H i UK Mort tniiiTiirm ijhcui la doubly truo In the case of the merely then he has been receiving numbers of In tho silent midnight watches ural pjfdtechnlcnl display that I mans fingers and lets him go a vJultxalt xfot cask iy Sirn Kli llIM it K never saw equaled In brilliant and Liko the orang outang it twists to- Â¬ habitual cougher A variety of medic- Â¬ letters every day from doctors inquir- Â¬ when tho house is calm and still and of tie feSeration startling effects by any artificial com- Â¬ gether branches of trees and rests inal aids might moreover be used in ing after his health and asking ques- Â¬ the businesslike mosquito brings nun meuiDcn icus ns DR U C AMBROSE S wildie ia cli PHILA bination of explosives and combusti- Â¬ upon them The natives laugh at it support of such voluntary cfTorts tions about his physical state that havo around his little bill laugh wp now SoSWuchOubaad rerrtcaii from bles Streaks of bright yellow globes becauso when rain falls heavily tho There Is lastly tho option of refrain- Â¬ made him nervous the Chb for eaca witch before it soei For instance one to hear the b8gger with a plaintive C3CB taember cm payi oat thoo of purple and fantastic shapes in red gorilla never thinks of creeping under ing from tho uso of the voice In wor-Â¬ of these doctors asked some very know- Â¬ sigh give up trying to collect It say Â¬ KY t a week Thh il why vc pre you mote lor vocr monev xnas uv one cue pink and blue leaped and danced and the platform which it has mado but ship should every other means fall to ing questions about his bladder nnd ing By and by and in tho chill Jwufc in the af 4 ii u- - 2 art doicc the Urjnt tai vhy whirled about in that warring mass of sits in the rain with its hands on its assure that reasonable degree of quiet kidneys and in that connection asked October weather crawling off to die watch riritlnrii la the world We kU only Cnt cuallty eooda but our fire in a manner most enchanting Tho head allowing the water to stream which is natural and decent in public if ho felt certain symptoms which any ISHrtkttc oricei are about what otbers cet lor sec I won a bet from Barrows tho eruption of water lasted exactly three from the hair of its elbows for like worship Remonstrance on the part ono who has been afflicted with boils ond oualirr OttrSlO BIlTCxIVatcb r tmtuuuu y u a substantial surer v other day In a very curious way reminutes when the flame of gas would all the anthropoid apes it has the of the officiating clergymen affords knows at onco ho must feel T SEXSMlTil M D and amy kiiun brea W isd Araencaa l ercr and a While long hair of tho upper arm pointing Another possible remedy resume its normal condition Watch eitber bunting case or open i seemed to shako his head gravely and marked Mr Hoskins as he sat down Our SU300 Wate Ia is a Stem wind B nnsiriAN AND SURGEON preacher must indeed bo often tempted intimate that the Congressman had by tho club window I bet him a the water was mingling with the flame downward from the shoulder to tho OpeuFace first quality scacaed Cold v ill Am cncinLcTcr Watch paraniitd tt fc HALL KY a strong smell of sulphur pervaded the olbow while that of tho lower arm to reprove this form of disturbance as better look out for himself He wise- Â¬ tenner that he couldnt hit a barn door votartojnrt It brulTy equal to aCYj air points upward from tho wrist So much In the interest of his hearers as ly gave no advice but the victim wrote with a revolver at ten paces He bet watch sold for f 8 by others We Sad to the Oil - lii- - sro oiuital wrvice A strange thing connected with the when the npe sits with its hands onits himself a ant das Stiffened Gold Case ranch Occasionally his judicious ho could and would you believe it aa 17 tyr i more lariifartrmrand aerrloeable than burning well was tho way in which head tho hair of tho arm acts as a interference might be useful We can promptly to know what ho meant by when he fired the bullet went through aay SoBd God Case that caa be sold at BS his intimations and in a state of alarm v m the meaev as cheao H less birds of all kinds were attracted to it thatch and shoots the rain off th8 not doubt that it has from time to time J F CORNELISON sought bis aid Nightmares of Brights a big knot hole in the middle of the solid cases are iaTariablr tarn weak HW while the water was spouting They body Harpers been resorted to It must bo remem- Â¬ discos8 Have been annoying ol low quality aad worthless alter the Con Â¬ door without touching it KENTUCKY short use Our838 Watdicopulai HIiHMOND Basar would circle about tho pillar of fire bered however that nowhere are tact gressman since According to Doctor Livlngstono numerous important patented Ira- uttering their different cries and acting the gorilla somotlmes picks up a negro and tomper so needful as In the pulpit Yes said Colonel Blood irai-ik-iI saw Ihysician pnrrartieBisj cs vuai rmprrnruT u accur Tho nowspapors published a para- Â¬ sic umiae rout wutrrvtr rtum zitm as if they were frantic Frequently baby and carries It about The natives and that however easy of uso this cor- Â¬ poor Bradley about five minutes after Mrvhj if t ir ilif is fullf equal lor accuracy appearance dura- - ISJ3 tho flames would catch some unfortu- Â¬ rescue It In rather on ingenious man- Â¬ rective may appour it would be un- Â¬ graph stating thnt it was believed that the tree fell on him Now there was a ae- bOitr aad service to Ear tn Watch cither EXa i - - - nate bird in its flight and it would fall ner They placo a large bunch of wise to establish any set method of another member had cancer of tho man cut off in his prime who had every k lupcaractorsiuacas uiiruvguaumouth That gentleman has suffered 11 cspecsallr coascructej lor roaa tvatcn dead on dying to tho ground This bananas In tho way of tho gorilla restraint in a case where so much de He had life enjoyable M DR S the post wiring use aad u the best RaH pangs bf anxiety and suspense ever thing to make A no-Â¬ the fire had such an effect on many kinds which seizes them with both hands pends on personal discretion prettiest who adored him or Hundnf road Watch made Open Face since though ho has no bottor author- Â¬ a wifelwt- - T Otvm eaw n the AH these prises are either all cash or ia dubs -- ll lA lttflj H nninloi- - flnrr ND URJEON of birds that they would alight In the and lets tho baby drop Had the baby tice affixed at each entrance door wren this vague report Bluu arHmjrM em c wwa midst of a crowd of spectators and been one of its own kind it would would probably bettor answer the samo ity than may be t o afflicted for believing worth twenty five dollars at the least jimrr N - i KKX UliY n1 iplifil TO trcfc2 his tintSvnnti Anil BeKeystoDsYatchClDbCo MfcLKSi permit themselves to be caught by the havo clung to its nurse But being a purpose In ono respect indeed both that he i There aro scores of others more or more touching we found in his pocket iir i BiMiog m Main HBO 0YI BMIIIII Htll score The owner of the well tried human baby it naturally falls so that clergymen and their lay assistance aro s e jaiily Â¬ f04 VAII8T ST PMIUIJU FA every means then known to extinguish the rescuers can drive away tho ani- Â¬ open to some degree of blame in the less nervous about thoir physical con- untouched a quart bottle of some of Aecatm Wanted burning gas but all to no purpose arrangements for heatÂ¬ dition Tho disease most commonly tho finest old Bourbon that any ot us the H W M D Mix Witch InsBlxtor 1100 mal and carry off their prize Golden matter Tho Terre Haute Express ing and ventilation are defective in al- Â¬ dreaded by our statesmen is that known over tasted Ii burned without any evidence of weak- Â¬ Days raedfti mwracl WfiwmllrTinail wf QsiiisvV Jl Many have insomnia IllYSUUAKamlUKGEON tt frt ty rajy most every church By seeking out as overwork ening or that it ever intended to CROSSING THE LEGS ELECTRICAL NOVELTY RICHMOND KY weaken for over two years when it 32 5 and amending any evident errors-- in from it nnd tho least intimation to one went out one day as suddenly as it ap- Â¬ An Ingenious Derlce for Ventilation and these respects tho official members of of them that he is suffering from that Some Cnrlous Facts Abont the Most TaÂ¬ OflW in Bmilli Buikliug on Main milian Masculine Habit fclrit t rire Alarm peared Another curious thing about a congregation would at least be doing disease drives him at once from his Men generally cross their legs when A New York inventor who has de- Â¬ what they could to abate the coughing desk and incapacitates him for the S ciHl aiteniii giveii to Mlcrosci this well was that when tho gas took KENTUCKY CEHTRL II I next six weeks Cor Philadelphia there is least pressure on their minds icsi and exuniiiintlons ot London Lancet fire thoro were a number of oil wells voted many years to electrical re-Â¬ nuisance Telegraph You will novor find a man actually en Â¬ li ues mihI lliiklb rf the human body yielding largely for search has just finished an invention on that tract all gaged in business with his legs A REPORTERS WOES i juurtf may come into general that region The destruction gradual which ere long crossed The limbs at thoso times are HEATED DISCUSSION ly increased as the gas weH continued household use It consists of a neat Experience of a College Graduate with GRASS straightcr than at any other because DR C S box containing a peculiar thermometer Journalistic Aspiration to burn and when it ceased burning How They Settle Little Family Affairs Out the mind and body work together A In tho Woolly West Horoco Greeley said one time after not one of the wells was yielding a and hygrometer with electrical at- Â¬ Htneeaithic Physician and Surgeon A man while riding along a road in man engaged in auniting accounts will drop of oil and none was ever found tachments The purposes of the ap- Â¬ ho had swallowed something tho wrong Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ Richmond Kentucky Of all horned cattle deliver Kansas hearing a terrific noise in a never cross his legs neither will a If tho temperature way on that tract afterward although on paratus arc many tral Kentucky to All Points North adjoining leases the drill tapped a lib of the room goes above or below limits me from the college graduate who house near tho road side stopped and msxi who is writing an article or who T ce Main Street over D M Brirhts East West and South west set by the occupants the expanding or wishes to become a newspaper man thus addressed an old fellow who stood is employed in any manner where his 0 e hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to eral oil vein N T Ttmes brain is actually ongoged When at contracting mercury in the thermom Once tho manager of a well known leaning against a tree 1 M 4 FAST LINEBETWEEN CLAYS WINNING WAYS eter establishes an electrical circuit San Francisco paper brought a young Tiedal attention ctven to diseases 01 What means all that racket up work In a sitting posture tho limbs naturally extend to the floor in a per- Â¬ CTen and alt difficult clironic cases How the Great Statesman Consoled a Re- Â¬ which opens or closes a hot or cold air man In to tho city editor and Intro- Â¬ yonder A man may rlients treated at a distance and pentant ZJttlo Girt Oh its only a sort of family af- Â¬ fectly straight lino It open or closed ducing him said that he was a gradu Â¬ register and keeps H ncopathic medicines sent to any ad A lady whoso father was a United until tho desired temperature is re- Â¬ ate of the State University and desired fair cross his legs if he is sitting in an of- Â¬ mavi6 iv lc No 2 No 4 No 6 States Senator in the time of Henry stored tho traveler ex- Â¬ fice chair discussing some proposition A family affair Beyond the ordinary limits to be a journalist Yes said the SOUTH BOUND Ex tin n Dally Ex Sun Clay tells a pleasing incident of that are what aro termed danger limits with anothor man but the instant ho claimed young graduate I want to start in DR H R GIBSON great statesmans kindness of heart Tho higher one is intended as a fire on tho bottom round of the ladder and Yes my sons Bill Dick Bob an becomes really in earnest and per- Â¬ Practitioner in Medicine Surgen Lvc Co vl ucton Bw am 8 pro aoo pro and of the winning way he had with detector and is so arranged as to rLig work up and ho smiled with tho deep Ned are windin up tho discussion ceives something to bo gained his IjVe Falmouth lecoj ara 93 P 328 pm children wlio felt thomsolve Irresist- Â¬ They fall into limbs uncross quick as a flash ho na alarm bell or gong and whero there satisfaction of having already given they had this mornln 51 Lve Cyntblnno RED HOUSE KY 1105 asn 1024 pro 430 pm j The lady was is a tank provided to turn on a stream the veteran journalist a sample of his them sort o things once in awhile bends forward towards his neighbor 1640 ara 1050 pro 510 pm ibly drawn toward him Arr Paris Ait LrzliiKtou icjofpml ti yo pro 61a pm then a girl of about thirteen years of water Tho lower is intended for and begins to use his hands Thnt is Dont thoy hurt each other saw mill resolution Tho city editor DR J 11 50 am 1055 pro 520 pm Lve laris- Bill had a phase that I believe you will always Wall yes sometimes green houses and conservatories and said he was glad to know he had no Arr WJncIieJterJ IK3S pro 1125 Pm 05 pm and was staying at the hotel In which VNION CITY KY 200 pro 7 I0 pm Mr Clay had rooms in Washington Arc lUrlunoiid makes on alarm when likewise objections to starting in on the his arm broke some time ago an1 Ned observe pto pro Ofier hl prifeioiiHl services to tin- Arr Laucuster Men often cross thoir legs at public Her father and Sir Clay were opposed over the temperature falls to a bottom round 6ux pm Arr Stanford There was noth Â¬ had ono o his ears chawed off last Ijilic Office at Powells store Yes its sorter dangerous meetings becauso they go there to to each other politically and the little point low enough to endanger ing just then for him to climb after falL Richmond lve ISeren 25 pro Arr 310 pro girl supposed that they mnst naturally tho plants Tho bygrometric attach- Â¬ but if he would sit down and read tho listen or to be entertained they are Why do you let them fight rr LivingHton S4S P Ac- Â¬ despise each other personally Why did Jonah let tho gourd vino not tho factors in the performance and ment acts in tho same manner regard- Â¬ paper for awhile something might turn cordingly she took delight In saying ing humidity as the thcrmometric does up In about fifteen minutes some- Â¬ wither thoy naturally placo themselves in the H PARRISH No 1 NORTH BOUND No 3 N00 childish unkind things about Mr Clay most comfortable position known to Couldnt help hlmsef respecting temperature its only prac- Â¬ thing did turn up Word came that a Law Attorneys She learned many of tho doggeral tical application so farns the inventor prominent Montgomery street mer Wall then I knint help myself them namely leaning well back in rhymes of which every political makes claim Is to give notice to a chant had failed RIfHMoSb ky The city editor told When they begin to fight mo an my thoir chairs and crossing their legs IJvlngMou Soo a live campaign rhymes in florist when the air in a conservatory young varsity to go to tho merchant wife jest walk away an wait till thoy A man always crosses hi3 logs when he is prolific Hve Be n a -- iaC25 a HlxirMilli rti ml atlctilion ivii KeMurky Arr Itjrlimond 1145 am reads a newspaper but is more apt to which candidates for office are held up becomes too dry or to a refiner or other appraise him of the rumor with tho get through iliw 10 Uiidx in EaiHni - tttanr iti 720 ami lio down whon ho reads a book He to ridicule These songs she sang manufacturer the atmosphere of whose assurance that ho did not believe it Where is your wife I1i h 111 CilMAX iHltldilip b r te- IjinoHSter Eio am Ive SI r rr Kiehinoml 1100 am l fr4- - I I Standin under a tree over on tho reads the paper of course to inform spitefully in the presence of her young drying room bocomes too moist to be of and lay open the columns of the paper lit ve ItichnuiiiiLl 130 pm 650 am himsolf but nt the samo time tho associates who were friendly to Mr any avail for any explanations that he chose to other side of the road rr Winchester 125 p 7 40 a ml I rr lrik perusal of its contents is recreation to Why dont you stay together Clay What was therefore her y5 pm- gjiaml The instrument is now in uso in tho make The young graduate wont out v L T BURNAM 3x0 pm T SS am 3x0 pm extneton Cause if wo did wed bo in a fight him and his body again seeks its posi- Â¬ amazement when her father camo vaults of some of our great breweries with an elastic step and returned in 540 pm 855 am 350 Pm IVe lKllK tzc6 pro coo am 430 pm walking into their little hotel parlor e ryiltlituiia whero lager beer must be kept be- Â¬ about ten minutes with a spotted shirt in about ten minutes Thar tho fights tion of relaxation When a man is j 10C03 am 525 pm 451 P Falmutli with Mr tween 40 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit front and a pallid face- - A gentle over Wont you go up an toko din- Â¬ reading a newspaper and waiting for one evening ccoo pm n a 650 pm trr CTovliiRton Clay his breakfast his legs are always KENTUCKY nUHlOND and in the cold storages of tho lead- Â¬ snicker went up from tho other report-Â¬ ner with us MAYSVILLh UKANCH My dear he said to her this is ing sea ports where fish poultry ers Tho city editor looked up from crossed but as soon as tho breakfast is No thank you R K wit A HiHl F Mr Clay Youll find theboys brought to him ho puts the paper aside Better come No ISl No ie l 22 game eggs fruits fine vegetables and his work and asked what was tho mat- Â¬ irJmif DMily Daily OUTH BOUND I am always glad to make friends tobacco are refrigerated and pre-Â¬ ter Tho young graduate in a falter Â¬ nice an polite straightens out his legs and goes to Kxrtuu Ex Sun with tho children said Mr Clay as served for weeks and even months It ing voice said that he had been ruth- Â¬ work that is begins to eat his mind The report of a gun was heard J A SULLIVAN he took his unknown onemy by tho has also been utilized by metropolitan lessly ejected and had carried part Thar exclaimed the old man now turning on tho duties of the day eeoo am iu5 pm Lve Mavllle Her Things have tuck a lively turn Dont before him LiverpoolCourier fi 635 am xio pm hands and sat down by her side jBllltl who connect with the the swinging glass with him as 79 am 234 pm father was called from the room for a architectsand cold air flues it tho latest of came out without his hat The city bleve Im quite fur enough from the - CnrlKle of furnaces he Millensban 753 m 258 pm Ill HMOXD KENTUCKY m Oonnasnce vjamo 20 am Arr ITtrlR- 3S pm few minutes and during that time Mr 6tyles of palatial houses When editor nodded a nod that may havo houso I must move -- urther So long 915 am 610 pm Clay completely won his enemy over luxlnirton t rrl E i Fir III Mreet wmc 00 pm rovlnglon- 1135 are it is necessary as in largo breweries been to a stranger somewhat ambigu- Â¬ Kiljordnn you know that district iii- - h Flames from Water OltllltV JutltffilHHl by his kindness and charm of manner and cold storages the circuit is so ar-Â¬ ous and went on with his work The No II telegraph boy that somBliHies runs erÂ¬ r Ni 9 xt6 ly and when ho left her to talk with her ranged as to produce an alarm at the young graduate stood awhile near tho Dally Dally NOUTH BOUND It seems rather paradoxical to speak rands for mo Ex Sun Kxtiuu father she watched him with adoring place where the trouble occurs and desk shaking with fright and at a los3 of water as an excitant of combustion C S Yes eyes Then her conscience suddenly also in a central office or superintend- Â¬ to know what o do He finolly said yet Mr Brereton Baker showed the I put up ten dollars on- - him in a 200 pm un- Â¬ Lve Covington smote her as she recalled all tho Ntttorne-u- Lqpdon Chemical Society in 1882 that foot race the othr day That is I bet ents room The fire alarm can also be What shall I do about It Ixlngtoe 735 am 425 pm 830 am 520 pm kind things she hod said about Mr Pari with tho nearest fire and po- Â¬ said thjjeity editor carbon burns less freely in dried than ten dollars hed lose tho race Do about it 857 am Wipn Clay who was now to her tho personi- Â¬ connected RICHMOND KY Arr MIMerabnrg N Y Letter lice station Well you won that rocodidntyou Carlisle in a business sort of way Why write in moist oxygon Continuing his re- Â¬ 921 am 611 pm pm fication of all that was good and great fiVe 111 Second Street June 22 tf 1015 am r s Johuaon- searches the same investigator has Grindstone it up seCo am 740 pm MnVKTllle SCIENTIFIC NOTES She recalled tho3e doggerel lines with What write about me getting found that selenium tellurium arsen Â¬ No lost The telegraph boy won W S shame and regret Being a very con- Â¬ Recent Dseoverles and Experiments of thrown out asked tho graduate in ic and autimonjburn with equal readi Â¬ the race before the other got started No te leaves Lexington 715 p m ar scientious little girl she felt that 6ho rives Pans 755 p m General Intercut amazement ness In dry and moist oxygen but that I learned afterward that tho other fol- Â¬ f Note No 3 Daily between Richmond must make all the reparation within Eastern wood workers are using Certainly replied the city editor the combustion of carbon sulphur low was an elevator boy It was a Lexington and Covfhglon her power for what she felt was a naphthaline as a wood preservative emphatically boron and both the rod and yellow mean confidence game Kll Jordan RICHMOND KY1 No 4 Daily between Covington Lex great wrong Sho therefore followed It is said to bo very effective leaving The astonished young applicant for modifications of phosphorus is great- Â¬ Chicago Tribune Onw corner MhIii ami Firnl utreeta ngton and Winchester Into the hall whon he went away the wood dry and with only a faint journalistic honors slid out of the side ly modified by tho amount ot moisture P 1- nt made at WlnelieMer him Direct connection r RaiutH Theres a letter in the candle is and going shyly and tearfully for- Â¬ aromatic smell with riisaniil mid Ohio for ML Bterllne door and has never been heard of since present Some oxidation took placo in Afhiaud Huntlneton Cliarleston W Va ward said A Swedish scientist claims to have He had mounted the bottom round aud all cases but its extent varied with the title of a well worn song Its a and Etwteni Cities r J SXIJ H Mr Oay I I CHAS S rOWKLX discovered the secret of petrifying had fallen off F Y Qraphic tho degree ot dryness of the substances pretty production but yet we cant help FAST LINE Nos 3 and i run via WI11 He turned around and said kindly wood by artificial processes He thinks eheterolld Trains with Pullmnn Hleeping and no flameappeared when most of the thinking that if the lottor stays there Progressive College Life Carx oetween Ctncinitattand Hlobmond Va Well my dear what is it will be possible erelong to construct moisture had been excluded Yellow long itis going to get scorched so that SMITH it and Winchester and Washington D C Why I Fve been a very very edifices of wood and convert them into Tho process of civilizing American phosphorus was obtained olsucn purity no on oan read it ThronBhTleietsand BacgSBO aiecked to any destination reached Dy a raiiroou Secf naughty girl indeed I rvo said awful stone As it takes three months and colleges has gone on gloriously for the-- that it did not evon glow in dried oxy- For fall particulars addresd or cull on aiy things about about you but T costs about five hundred dollars to last three or four years No one case gen though tho addition ol water The Best Testimonial nceutof the Company or never never say them againr and sho petrify a block of wood of tho dimen- Â¬ of fatal hazing has been reported this caused rapid combustion Arkansaw t K B MOUSE E H BACON Agt Trav Passr Yet published for any olood medicine Oen Paiwr At began to weep while Mr Clay said sions of ono cubic Inch it will probably falL The practice is abolished from Traveler Lexington Ky CovitistoitKy Is the printed guarantee of he manu- Â¬ And what have you said his process will nearly all colleges of high rank and be some time before H E HUNTINGTON F B CAKU Agt- March April May Richmond Ky Oh Ive sung dreadful songs about be generally adopted Uentl linoiKer facturers of Dr Pierces Gulden Medifor the most part without the interfer- - j ou that awful ono that says Tho Are the months in which to purify tho cal Diccovery which warrants that e t r Ueneral Offices Covington Ky novel method of locating a leak in enee of the trustees or faculties A ii Pf nf die friiicm O Henry Clay Iifir iupf CVmpameM in tlia- a water main has been employed at Yalo Sophomores recently voted blood as the ylem Is now more wonderful medicine to benefit or cure Youd better go home I ears raaha C5o n rent ittg cmuputiy tlia Anc there youd better stay Rochester N Y with entire success Against it and this will probably ruisceptlble to benefit from medicine In all cases of those diseases for which Day praSC selUnr I e Punk nf iIib laiireMl Dltlil I ALBUfia We toai And The break in tho main was known to abolish it forever from that institution Hence now Is the time to take Hoods Iifls recommended or money paid for tffril World for low pn a tin iHfioot hmjumk Hie onlv Tears choked her utterance and to be between tho banks pf tho rivor A Cane rushes are sometimes rough but 8ur8aparllln a medicine pecnlirly It will be returned It cures all dis Â¬ piioTOJJKAin atBr1 Jucju a without jtj I3ny i mi W SEBvixun her surprise Mr Clay Instead of smit 1 solution of bi permanganate of potash thoy are not brutal tyrannical and adapted for the purpose possessing eases arising from torpid liver and n tk SUIlSH EmbosMd paUdVd tUe icvO un tBIH nut mptpp In lla j alos clasp boldlnsr at page of Cbo4t aud cu to the ground burst into laugh was introduced at a hydrant on tho contemptible There could bo no peculiar curntive power SSS bonl It expels imnure blood and their names are for SLoS make you wait sixty days picture seat Kororeo retails or eirsvlars HLI ing her XUostrasod t ter From that day to tu ena 01 nts side of the river nearest the reservoir worse element of culture for our young every Impurity from Uie blood and also leirlou All Skin Si alp aud Scrofu tire li crtf j W la Japaaseso and tTXHEB vmtf mnnev its above ot life the penitent offender and Mr Clay and observers were stationed on tho rmon than to suppose it manly by gives vitality and richness It creates lous affections Eruptions Sores and t KTIIJJ C1JT limmt ratM rIVeil bV anv 7oraleiA3eMnUln toy then were the warmest friends Youths rivor along the lino of the main A numbers and force to browbeat and Cluctttflatl weia en appetite tones the digestion Invig- Swellings Sail Rheum Tetter Erjslp Companion d HiOle Ihdr moner harmless stranger orates the liver and gives new life nnd elas and kindred diseases are amouij 1 ty deep redish purple dlscoloratton of annke sport of clime rnr BKA3S not Insure in the Best FiaisLnl Comtfated Self delenso Mrs Jack Raquette river water at one point soon made The contemptible habit whoa rosist etiergy to every function of the body those In which the5Iscoveryr effect Â¬ IL fOC1 Now what tho exact location of the leak apparent lanco was offered led to brutality that to new parlor maid r backed by over sifeit testimony of Ihousanilsas lo the ed marvelous cures - cjmiiihI matd iiverlSBiWV engineer writing would shame savages Probably not The Can be sold ia eterr famllr Olrts would you do Nora it my husband at Â¬ A mechanical s ws t MX Nora prorapt about belUng materials advises ma fone of the loading colleges but has on creat benefit derived from Hoods you W 1W Mlv slier ywr anv tempted to kiss It msamsaw Vi - iui i aji mJ eeuuerore you When everything ele falls Dr iiarilla should convince every BeVaVaVBitb B Strike him sura Mrs chinists toselect belts of a light color J Its record at least ono hazing that 8ra lv Nlitff ILL ln uc h L Hew her Our rules and term ouy mat itis lwcuiiany m kihnft f t AV agg Catarrh Remedy cures iOcts Sead for Ulastrattd drealars to plainer Bngllsnacase ry hehutj iWhnt Nora tor a nve aouar 1r4 preference to others JLne oesi on led fatally Si infaitis Ukbc Democrat j purifier aud spring nlediclUe 8 is by druggists It sAKlXCraste FMSHEE ft I besting has an unmhv of murder -Wn Tmon Topics he writes WELL SMI 2S38 WILKE 3stsO MI iH Best jgh Cure NATURAL GAS WONDER Grand Pyrotechnic Display in Canada Thai Lasted TVro Yearsi Therd art many curious phenomena over present at the natural gas wells told a member of a big natural gas company in Washington County Penn Â¬ Habits of gorillas feodtrafy 1 WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COUNTER AIT Lung Diseases On a Far More Extensive Scale l POYNTZ Int ending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to all of our customers and friends who may take advantage and we offer HOODS FROM EYERY DEPARTMENT ASHE in our stock on the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rates ood vith will tli ere taly FOSTER Ayers Silks Woolen Dress Goods Calicoes and and rip- - Cottons Hosiery Underwear ners lave year dr PHIL ROBERTS jj27 18 rax H Knit Skirts Eibbons Laces Handkerchiefs Veiling inn uar Sboj m whbmp gys KID GLOVES ETC ETC ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUIt FF Riet Bel 5oK- - Hlf Large Line Wraps op OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE ea t Joan aeapc 3S awrl Gen ml a fine IKLP fs p slt Otrdi n a1 h- lubes lew ZTXT -- LETCHER laiteii L Jackets S w iiru at ISftt AND CHILDEENS CLOAKS 3r Et jMth less BRIyHT IS E ST J E3 X 313 3 OF- - IsTa 1 test eb S ts to iicrrel WE ALSO HAVE AX IMMENSE STOCK Citt-iiik-- net WDICII WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YOU CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN sb HOLTON BLUE ROUTE Lai IgdNew Daily Goods CROOKE Put on the Counter i Respectfully BENNETT er da 1 o Me MAS 1SBL Lexington Cincinnati k l apllS tf Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky ope beu sh o jkei for ies Eaiifl ifiiiilt Go THE HOST n f hit T FAIN -- - i- NEW FXRHE IJEW GOODS to announce to the public that we have just opened in the house next door to the Gar nett House on Second street a fresh stock of the besl brands of Wo wish ore EXTESSIYEI1 ADVEUIBBB LAUNDRY BLUE M IKE W8BLB wRs3fffijr9aLttb icuBn m mm M toaa tOB TURNER At cheaper assl better thin any other bluing ia the wort BLTTINE Is more convenient Uian aar other fcMatr BLTJIXE is more economical beese jws can fat is jwt the exact amowit aad ao more BLUINCiscieaaaBdBeat ao Just b apastothig BLUI NE fa ia smaB sheets paelrail at a hnnissmir earelepe and wouM be aa winnat as aay mfiiiuPf HBl32gS4 airvvBB jfcM 6kss SO NEVER ZZ331TT33Z k Mil 3TH13 rs s sj s Tssspi per cent ATI adls 11 ea CL STAPLE arid FANCY table Attorney r- at IaiTsr fe arm-in-ar- m t rF R0 propose to sell BLUDTE is the cheapest beeaase it is the best IXBF F iS We TwFoar Wasji2s fr Tea Gets- Wanted At U Mom OetMtsl IsMM SalMana Mr Waotemle and Retarl Trade assa awLwsniisfi aad gtrts to adTrrtistas la every vtsMtr One Dnsea Sfcert In a package for ttceata Sasftes free of brocen or by atail uC the BLUIXE 3TFG CO West Aden Mass vn Jo f that can be had in the cities vs SaSB 1Y ttorney at Law POWELL CHEAP for CASH Come and see us and be convinced that wo have a first class stock Â¬ 24 49 MARVELOUS OPE at at Law Reasonable Prices Attorney MOBERLEY at Law We shall aim to secure a fair share of custom by square dealing and iSSSSjjaruei reeaieni iBimiaoBwj the handling of desirable goods DAYID CHENAULT 29- - Only Genalne System Voar Uolt Learned la ono tesuUsc Mind Tranderlns cured Every child and adoU jtreatly beneatled o ut indceameats to CjrrespoatiMKa Crimes Prottiectns Hb OjHrrians of llr Wm A lIam mosrfYtas worUMsm d Spwsiirt oib DISCOVERY Trafalea efMeranry - S E tsV M M W CO - pritLoiaKTTE sSrmnJi ATeX y mis omt b 37 48 j 1 HEADQUARTERS FOR Hew Barber Shop COBB 1W - k POWELL Childrens Carriages MOORE -- MB iit Insurance xit Â¬ iBSttlh- ir I er Ib Ibe BarberlBg Bnetaess ail are located at W IS- Mam owr sey buJHlHK next tlos to Bobetla E MAIN 8TKBKT nIiital namglVOfl r A a Wines arg sum l3 AGENT Ini 18 cents Flrst elaM wtk MMrews hair ewts IS wateed 8v 5 itTTTi ffisaVrn i cents Please elve t Insured 81 a SQUIRTS OOBB eaM- - haismeMOB oh el UQOR r- Â¬ AGENTS Carpenters Work BASE ilrnanif st 1 wmm lamp ffiriMHS tein Carpenters work I I am prparI to do ait kind uritMlietl nil of J -- tfst E E McCANN 223 37- - St 32- - uiiiu tyur bx teh n J c18 short rkpo wegyyg ffaAsslsssssssssssssl sswllsssssf f 1 fr- 3sr - i L 31 I unwilling prisoner with the chances against his ever making a good soldier These arguments were loo much for General and he gracefully capitulated PI BUSHES KVBRV TVEDNESDAY Secretary Endlcolt always willing to BY THE do a kind action heartily upproved of Co tbe generals notion and Gov Mo Creary had the satisfaction of being able to write his New Jersey corres Â¬ Would pondent FRENCH TIPTOXJ - Editors charged asthat her sou necessary be dis Wn G WHITS J soon as -- THE CLIMAX Climax Pmktikg For tlie FIVE Cukax1 NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ A King and bis kmlly train swept by And Ilia servile minions great autl small Lined tne tray with uncovered heatls And be haughtily said I gOvOru nlii A stately filsliop next tame by Clotl In tils robes pontifical Willi pious visage and upraised eye And murmured softly I pray forall A lawyer witty and wise and shrewd Ills pitiful victims to enthrall Hurried atong with his roll of brief a And smilingly said I plead for all A Sokller pronSi of his gauds and kettr Ills burnished lielnttlt nhd pltimage tall tU his martial stride Strutted along And said behold X ght for all A workman stood with bis tools of trade His hands were grimy and hard withal And looked at the passing four nnil slgh il aU wo Is me I pay for nil C H Laustjian-n- - Lexington Is to have a Ivlrmess Jacob L Miller dipt In Lexington bn SUnday aged 71 years tlie papers PtICK P1SU YEAR MARCH 150 WEDNESDAY n 1889 could be made out Later Gov McCreary has just re- Â¬ ceived an invitation to attend a wed ding in New Jersey to rake jilace in tbe near future If the work of tbe extra session permits it he will attend Deputy Marshal Rogers one of the best and best liked Federal ofUcers iu the State was removed yesterday by Judge Barr Rogers offense seems to have been an Indispositiou to accept at their proper value the idiosyncrasies of the Hon Joo D Wnlte Courler Journnl T11 1SSS there were 11000000 bushels more of coal mined than iu 18S7 aud tbe prospects are very bright for a large increase in the product during the present yi nr The value of coal mined Jn Kentucky has trebled since 18S0 aud now amounts to nearly 2500000 tons annually JLNOTMKR NEWSPAPER A circular from Messrs Titos II Fox A Co of Mt Sterling an nounces that they purpose estab lidiing in that town a genuine to be Democratic newspaper devoted first to ike educational Â¬ UNITED STATES SENATR Fpeal Ecsston WAsaoJCrrw ittrdi 11 Mr Beak appeared is ike Feaatr chanter ihta mwntesf and ttelt tfce oath of before enterm OB M third Senatartel term II wu welcosieJ Safest KmraJj hr hU brother Senators end bf the oaVorg sod cm4oycs ot the Scaata Ills geaeral apperaaoe giro tale w no lodtcalkm of reeeat ninsu FVr i Ver a quarter ot an hear there was no movement made to proceed to aajr klaa ot basiness r ad thea a recess was takea UU halt past 1 prosHmaotr to awaK the lrnUHon of 1 executive cominatiees Oa riosrembUai at the foUowlnr nomtaa ttoos were reoeirej from the President Thomas W Ialmer ot If ddgan tob- - E rof CxtraorJi aarr aad Illnlster Plenipotcntiarr of the Am T Swift of Uatted States to Span California to be Karof Bxtriarltasf and M mister PtenipotenUarf ot the Vit d StaUSs to Jnpaa John ll Vfashhnra ot MassacSa settx Miautor Kestdoat aad Ooasal Geaerat of th Catted States to SwIIitUbJ hwtks Ticheaor of lllinote to be Assistant f ecretary of the Treasar vice Isaac I Maynard re stgaed Tbe Senate oa moiioa cf Mr Sfeer maa weal Into rxeratiTe sesssaa to onider thorn At 110 the doors were roopoaci aad the Staatc adjearaed Wamimtook March In the eoatlnaod absence of the Vice Piostdeat Mr Inralls aeted to darasjrestertta as nreidmg omeer pro tern The age of the Prcsldeat trans mtuiag th papers in the rase ot Louis Rtet was presented aad mid oa tbe table Alter a wait ot several miaate Mr Kdenwds broke the sUllaoss bj a stateaaeat that aofead been reqneated by Mr Piatt to sar that the gentle Â¬ men rcpresentma both fides of tbe chamber who had in charge recommendations for tbe committees of the Senate would be ready to anil atteatloa to the sabjen 1h a verj short thaw aad to ask the Senate to remain is session or take a short recess No motion lor a recast was made and tbe Senate coatinaed m sesatoa without any at tempt to transact business The President seat tbe fOlow tag noaunaUoos to the Senate to day Interior Arthur C Mellette of ffa tertown Dak to be Governor o D ikota- - Lu ther B Richardson of Grand Porks ak in be Secretary of Uakoti Justice Cornelius IL Haalord of Washlngioa Territory to be Chief JnsUce of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Washnurtoa George W Irrta of Montana to be Marshal of tbe United States for tbe Ter ritory of Montana Smiley U Chambers of Indiana to be United States attorney tor the district of Indiana Washington March IX A resolution the Committee en Coa t Defenses to fcttdurtae tbe recoss and to eewioy a eiork was introdueod aad referred to the Commit tee cm OootinKeut Expenses A like resolution as to the Committee on Privileges and Elections was agreed to ReouthKs offered by Mr Stewart for the purchase ot 4 8 61 of silver bujtte per month for cotaaaa and by Senators GfbMHi and Call for special committees oa the commercial relations of tbe United States with Mexico aad with Cuba and tbe West Imita Islands was laid on tbe table tor tbe present The Senate then at K1S proceeded to the ceestderatMHi of executive business At S5 tbe doors were opened and tbe Senate ad journed Washington March M la the Senate to day after tbe reading ot the journal an ex ecutive session was ordered At 1 odoolc a recess was taken until 3 p m The following nomtaatieBS by the President were received James S CHrkma of tewa to be First Assist Â¬ ant Postmaiter Ceneral Lewis tVolfley of Tucson Arit to be Governor of Arizona Kathboae Gardner ot Rhode Island to be U S Attorney for the District ot Rhode Island Wa L DnnUp cf Indiana to be U S Marshal for the District ot Indiana Jeremiah SulUvaa of Montana to be Co lector of Cootoms for tbe District of Montana and Idaho John A K vsso o Iwa Wm Walter Phelps of Jfew Jersey and Geo IL Bates of Dela ware to be commissioners to represent the United States at the eoofereaee to be held in Berlin concerntn aaairs in the Samoan Islands Kbert D Weed of Montana to beV S Attorney for th Territory of Montana In addition to these a number of nominations for postmaster and army otScers were received Adranted until Monday ocr and material development of the city and ooanty second to the agricultural and manufacturing tmi mining interests of this sec tion of the country third to the interest of the Democratic party in its relation to the county State and Federal Government We hope that the new paper The News may meet with un bounded success but ML Sterling must grow a little before three newspapers in it can prosper like a cow in clover The Sentinel Democrat and the Gazette have firm holds and it will require an me shaking to shake them But the more the merrier Â¬ Â¬ i li w ArTRK THE 8KAN0 JURY widower and as soon as decency would permit he laid seige to the heart of the CONCERNING FARMERS- - woman he had wronged and she never having been able to smother the ling- Â¬ D P Frazee of Mason purchased ering spark woman like surrendered R H Innis of Fayette ofHE it entirely to bim and they were made their 250 acre farm on Russell Cave one on Tuesday Â¬ The old rascal is CO pike for 522500 and bis bride CS Interior Journal J W Young of North Middletown The indictments which have been sold to Charles Peters of Fleming the standing since 1884 agaiust Henry C black jack with white points 14V Payne and Jolin T Viley of the firm for 5740 bauds coming Viley have been dismissed of Payne Mr F B Harper has consigned to by Judge Jackson This step was Bruce to be sold at their spring taken upon the recommendations of Kidd sale seventeen head of thoroughbreds the Commonwealths Attorney upon and his en- Â¬ tbe presentation of a petition signed by consisting of tire lot of yearlings twelve bead the all of the creditors of the defunct firm Â¬ get of Longfellow Jils Johnson and Mr Payne is in the City of Mexico Ten Broeck The supposition is that where he will remain iu business Mr Mr Harper intends to retire from the Viley is in the city The indictments turf were tlie result of the sensational Payne Viley failure in 18S4 when grave The Bohemiau oats swindler is now Â¬ land doing up the stur- Â¬ charges wers made against the firm abroad in the dy yeomanry with South American Louisville Commercial The Art Amateur corn The man who calls up a dozen The Kentucky Land Improvement Tlte chief attraction nf the March men to a bar and treats away 2 worth Company composed of Col Bennett number of The Art Amateur is a of whisky aud is too poor to take a H Young and Mr Theodore Harris superb entered inlate of Jacqueminot newspaper Is generally the man who ofEohlsVille and C H Dedman and Â¬ Thre is also a charmiux color is always taken in by these E H Gratcher which bought the old ed deergii of maiden hair fern fur tea rascals Paris News government property known as the serviee decoration The black and About four weeks since a dog with Soldiers Home hive had the property whllf designs include an exquisite rabies attacked a hocte aud a calf be- Â¬ containing 190 odd acres added to in Louisiana decoration for a set forget-me-nThe Attorney General was pres Â¬ Tlie longing to Samuel Gulder living in the Harrodsburg as an addition a 4ute orchids a panel ent representing the State in the neighborhood Mercer property has been surveyed ofl into Coruishville a WorceMer vase an county Tlie animals were impound- Â¬ lots and streets and now bids are out investigation and the evidence allar frontul an embroidered blotter ed On last Sunday then brought nut was deemed the horse bhowed for making three streets through It nffieient to put tlte prisoners a deeorative ttorder irii four screens signs of tlie disease by frothiug at tlie Already fifteen handsome sights have this county PEOPLE EVKfcWHERE tlie season and under bond That tlte grand jury representing carved in wood artistic mouth and dreadful contortions He been bought and four new houses built Confirm our statement letters te be The ar- Â¬ killed the calf and was shot to prevent a fifth being now under construction when we say has refused to indict litem is no ticles of praclieal value are in unusual DIED that Ackers English Remedy is in reason that they sltould not be l fusMH3 even for this always well further mitchier The business men of Paris have start every tvay superior to any aud all other brought to trial and a jury decide fitted magazine Another of the in Mrs L M Scrivner died near Waco Prof Green of the Slate Agricultural ed a movement for the building of an preparations for the Throat and Lungs whether they are guilty or not terestmg letters to a young lady who College St Paul Minn has complet- Â¬ opera house based Upon a principal Iu Whooping Cough and Croup It Is in Madison county Ky on Thursday The State officers and district at Â¬ asks if she oau learn chirm pHlnllng ed liis experiments to ascertain the which if pursued iu tlie other towns in magic and relieves at once We oiler March 14th 1SS9 and was burled near torney have but to push tlte case is aecompanied by admirable instruc value of frosted grain for seed His re- Â¬ the btate would result in the course i f you a sample bottle free Remember that place and show that lawlessness does lions for pen drawings by Errebt port shows that from 40 to 90 per cent a few years in the establishment of this Remedy is sold on a positive guar- Â¬ Crockett Pattic Jthree yearokl son of not go unpunished in Louisiana KnattiTt ftn be oonthiued for tainting of the total amount planted will sprout many porfitable and important en- Â¬ antee by W G White Prescription C D Pattie dted in Richmond Ky on terprises They have organized a stook Druggist wild flowerH for painting pansies in anil grow He says that tbe experl March 14th iSSo of pneumonia The POtR HAPPY SlLS water colorn for executing an altar ment may be relied upon and hereafter company on the Building Association seems altogether probable that burial occurred in the cemetery 6n Sat- Â¬ It frontal and forscreen decorating The farmers may plant frosted grain with plau I lie shares being assessible at the urday iu The Washington Star relates a hints to beginners in amateur photo the assurance that it will grow rather rate of 5 per mouth and with the pro Paris will operathe near future have a first class house Several prom- Â¬ James Barnes died in Madifon connty romantic incident in connection graphy are useful as are tho e nfAr than run In debt for other seed Oliv ceeds of the sale of stock the opera inent merchants and mouicd men on Monday night March iSth 18S9 after ehiteer for ltoine decoration Tlie nu er Dalrymple tlie bouauxa farmer of bouse will be built Hie same princi with Congressman McCreary aged about 60 years The merous February Art Exhibitions are Dakota and the largest wheal grower ple could be applied to cotton and have taken the matter in baud and a short illne A Cimnrnrinanri mail U an interest propose to erect a handsome building burial will occur to day in the Richmond reviewed iu an iutertftiiix way and in tbe Northwest is Inclined to believe woolen mills and other manufactories ing atady It fent entirely matte up of and to go to work on it at once cemetery Montezuma My Note Book In that the experiment can be fairly relied which would do weli in a great many Nqoealt for indorsements apptidUions Kentucky towns Mrs Settle Moran Durnam wife of tells tbe remarkable story of how lie upon aud will test further on his ar public rfeeMmtiiite and riemfutda for Fingers Came Off Thompson S Bur nam died in Richmond by free deed farm and then there w a discovered a stipjtosed crayon My little sou five years old was af- Â¬ The construction of the Louisville Ky on Friday evening Uarch isUt mmanee eaweeaied in R Big fatarled Roniieur to be a valueless forgery J C Glazebrook auctioneer sold Hardiusburg and Western railroad flicted with a disease for which tlie Tlie burial occured in the cemetery18S9 on Oer McCreary ofKentHcfcy has just though it sold for over 700 at tne re Â¬ last Monday one Jersey cow for IG from a junction with the Louisville SI doctors had no name The nails came LSunday afternoon Her babe which was Priee 3S cents nsen the itteane of makif three people cent rjtebbins self Texas through Falls of Rough off his fingers aud hi fingers came off one combined mare 70 oue jack 21 Louis very happy It came about in this Montague Majks Publisher 23 Union months old 208 one 9 nine months and Fordsville in Ohio county will Ills hands up to the middle joint For born on Wednesday preceded her to tlie grave Square New York way It old 175 50 cow and calf S2I15 one open up 6ome of the finest coal and three years he lias suffered dreadfully Not long ago he received a letter David B Willis died at Kirksvilie plug horse 7050 oue plug horse timber lands in Kentucky The rail- and has taken quantities of medicine Scribner for Marcb km a lady in New Jersey The 71 Charles McGIIJ of Springfield road company have already contracted He is now getting well under treatment Madison county Ky on Sunday Marcli writer wtte evidently a woman of re- Thomas L James Postmaster-Genera- l 17th 1839 in the 58 year of his age after bought of W M Thomas a bay stal Â¬ for the machinery to erect saw mills at of Swift e Specific Joiik Duiirr in Garfields Cabinet aud now lion Tor 800 and good education Sue Peru Iud Jan 12 18S9 Lee Wakefield of Falls of Rough with a capacity fo turu It a lingering illness of diabetes The funIke Congressman that a Kentucky President of the Lincoln National Danville bought the following horses out50000000feetof lumber annually eral occurred on Tuesday witli interment MMfy bad recently been visiting lier Bank New York writes of the HallA canning estublisment that will in the Richmond cemetery Deceased privately one combined gelding of The road will be completed by the 1st employ 200 hands is now an assured was a prominent farmer and brother of ami banneniug to mention Governor way Mail Service with sympathy and A Rolljns for 135 one saddle of October 1889 and will be in opera- Â¬ fact at MeCnfery names sne bad taken tbe appreciation of tlie faithful work done J Elizabethtown where stock to Postmaster J B Willis and Amos Willis gelding of W C Rogers for 155 one tion It is intended untimately to con- Â¬ liberty to write to nim McCrearya and from the full knowledge given him the amount of 5030 has been subscrib- of this place Win W Willis tills coun- Â¬ black gelding of Ciias Cissell for 130 tinue the line to a junction with the ed aud the business put in charge of a ty Dr Sam Willis of Clark eorreepoiMlent was a widow with oue by his long practical experience iu po and Dr oue bay gelding or A K Russell for Chesapeake Ohio South western at eon eo was iter visitor and learning sitions of authority Baltimore man It will be in operation Robt Willis of Lexington Tlie Masterof 165 Lebanon Enterprise Beaver Dam in Ohio county the tptaJ during lfcat tbe Governor had only oue son Ballantrae Robert Louis Stcvensoug the coming season AWhile visiting in Kentucky Mr W lenglh of tbe road being sixty five tate was inclined to tiilnk be would all exciting romance of adventure has miles Ayeiu HalrLVIgor stimulates the tbe more gtedly listen to lier appeal now reached an important crisis in the C Prewllt orClarksville Pike county hair to vigorous growth 1 Har bey tlte writer went on to say was development of the plot The perse- Â¬ Mo purchased nt Lexington the splen Â¬ Garrard county Is certain to be a all that acan be supplied o It contains make tbe engaged to be married toavsry charm- - cutions to which Mr Henry is subject- - did combined slaliioii Hamlet Den- favored one in tbe coming administra Many m jMri The engagement waa sanc Â¬ jecled by the Master are becoming un mark Price 1400 Hamlet Denmark tion both in fine horses and great men nair ueauttrui and auuudaut removes saparilla peculiar points make Hoods Sar superior to all other medicines dandruff aud rend era the hair flexible tion ud by both families and as the endurable and a quarrel is imminent ranked high among the stallions of tbe W S Beazley sold a fine coach horse Teculiar la combination proportion H BIue-gras- section so noted for its flue at Lexington to be taken to Washing- Â¬ and glossy hoys mother was comfortably well ofl Tbe End Paper which Is a feature of and preparation of Ingredients ton for Harrisons own private use 4m fotdced forward with great pleasure the Magazine is this months contribu- Â¬ horses and Mr Prewitt is to be conThe Henderson woolen mills pay out Hoods SarsaparilU possesses tho t nil curative value of the V W O Bradley may an average of S5OO0O yearly to girls to her son marrying and settling down ted by Henry James who writes An gratulated upon the purchaso Ken Our townsman best known remedies Bat tbe young people bad a lovers tiff Animated XJonversatlon in dialogue tuckys loss iu thla instance will be get a place iu the cabinet Geu Lan who operato their sewiug machiues tho vegetable klnEXAv Xdom which will give an idea of the extent tn engagement was breken off and form between everal Englishmen Mlssoufis gain and Old Pike will drom bids fair to get what he wants Peculiar Jn strength and economy Hoods Sar M a Jitef rfette and madness be enlist Â¬ and Americans who causually meet in get one of tbe best specimens of Blue- - Col John Faulkner will likely get his of tbe woolen business in that thriving saparilla onlymedl- Woodie Dun and rapidly growing oily ed ae a private in Hie array The girl London hotel William K Anthron graf8- horse flesh Mr Piewilt will old post at Louisville which can truly wm lteart broken and the mother was the musical critic describes some of give the farmers and others of this sec lap Jim Duncan Dick Buniridc 3 said r 9 DoHarOne Hundred Doses An excess of animal food and a par- Â¬ dutiraoled at the thought of the hard- the most important of Wagners He Â¬ tion the benefit of the services of this Walker Landram and a I10U of others Medicines In tial closing of tlie 10 res of the skin dur Â¬ larger and smaller bottles will be eaved also While we Demoship Iter boy would have to endure roes and Heroines interpreting their superor horse Georgetown Times ing the winter monts cause the system require larger doses and do not crats are left out in the cold it is nevand would Mr McCreary uoe lite Jit characters witli a great deal of sympa Â¬ produce as good results as Hoods Anlmperative Necessity ertheless gratifying to know thatrGar tem to become filled with impurities liueuce to have Her sou dlseiiarged thy Uunder the title A German Peculiar in its medicinal merits What pure air is to an unhealthv rard will be represented with her flue These can be removed and the blood Iloods SarsaparHIa accomplishes cures hith The Governor went over to the war Rome Professor W B Scott of Iocaiity purified and invigorated by taking erto unknown and has won for itself what spring cleaning is to the horses and great men Lancaster Ayerfl Sarsaparlilit department and laid the ease before Princeton describes tbe little known tho title ot Tho greatest blood Price 1 It the Adut Gen Dram That function German city of Treves which was the neat housekeeper so la Hoods Sarsa- - News puriuer over aiscoverca parilla to everybody at this season ary wasnt disposed to do anything in capital of a large part of the Romau young Seminole Indian Jim roouUarln Its good namo Jo eph Eichenberger a German prisjjOV myre is now moro tlie matter Of eotirae tbe Adjutant world for mere than a century Wil Â¬ The body needs to be thoroughly rcn- - oner confined in the county jail for brave became craiy and started on the uuuie ovated the blood purified aud vitaliz- Â¬ 01 Iloods SarssparUla sold la General couldnt be ezpeeted to take a liam McKemlree Bangs writes a short drunkeness aud disorderly conduct war path In the Florida Everglades iowell where Xjltlsraatk very lively interest in tbe woea of an story with an ingenious plot entitled ed tlie gprms of disease destroyed dropped dead in his cell yesterday With a Wlnohealer rifle he slew seven lhan of zlljr rofher Wood Scrofula Salt Rheum and all other t ordinary every day private General Extenuating 01rciuistance4 purifiers Ecou- jfirSvtzaasr in Its To Indians before beay himself ki led blood disorders are cured by Hoods while talking to n companion AVTjai record ot sales Drum got behind a roll of red tape and j omy in IoleHeetuul Work by Wil Â¬ John Miller his cellmate Eichenber Persons wiehinj to improve their abwad other preparation a copy of the Revised Statutes and liam H Burnham PhD late Fellow Sarsaparllla the most popular mid ger related that he had dreamed of his It own death during the night and that memories or strengthen their powetuuf aas j r Jr ever attained-- such dodu- Blxmed thdt it couldnt be done Rot of Johns Hopkins University gives successful spring medicine Z r XtUliy Ul feV BUUib tUUV LoieUe Mr McCreary told the Mineral Unit I many valuable suggestions to busy aud J N Nullins and W F Bariett his wife ami children would be unpro- attention should siud to Prof his Trw 237 Fifth Avenue N Y for Sjand confidence among all classes tlte keystice of the arcih wouldnt faH overworked men Thomas J Janier Imve been arretted at LiilyKy charg- vided for M filer Irled to relieve Eloli peetus Post free 19 adyeitirtd iu an of people so steadfastly 1 tbe strength of the United States an aoknewiedged authority on Mexico ed with swindling merchants In many enbergers despondency and told him Da not be Induced to buy other preparations 37 49 w reduced by one man that contributes s bundle of curious super cities by purchasing goods under the to pay no attention to the dream but other Column nrniy hat bo sure to get the Pecaliar Medicine tbe happiness of three peeple depend eliilons and folk tales which he has name of J D Taudklus Co receiv- Â¬ tbe latter continued to moodilyfret aud Several new oil jielk have been sunk on his deoisioM and that It would be collected from odd characters The ing the goods at eorne out of the way gtieve over the prediction of his disor in Barren county nud efforts are being a great deal tMtler to dkoharge the poets of the number are Thomas Went stations and without payment carry- Â¬ derly sleep After talklngawhile with mmlelo establish jk grtt industry at SciMljyaHdnjggltU gsiifrfs Prpre4oslr by a X HOOD 3c CO ApothecriMLcnrtU Hue polish young man who heartily re worth Hlegiuson Graham R Tomson ing them elsewhere and selling or se Miller Eichenberger walked oyer anil Gfusgow for tbe ul it ttfou of this val- IOO Doses Ono Dollar gretted hie folly tban to keep him aa and Zee Dana Underbill It crellg4liem al ter lifting a bucket tf wafer dropped uable product 29 23 well-to-d- The New Orleans enters a protest against mob law The grand jury of Iberia parish has retused to find a true bill against the persons implicated in the late troubles there It is not denied that the troubles occurred thai two men were lynched a number of others whipped and ran out of the parish There does not seem to be any difficulty in finding who the parties were en gaged in this lawlessness and the testimony adduced before tlte Mayor in the investigation 0011- dacted by the Attorney General disclosed a number of tlietn Yet notwithstanding this notwith standing the very strong charge District Judge Mouton in which lie called the attention of the grand jury to Die demoralization and injur resulting from the encouragement or palliation of mob law the grand jury has refused to find a single indictment If there was any doubt as to the facts or as to a number of tlte persons en gaged in these disturbances such a report might be excused but there is none It is simply an approval of the acts of tlte mob The grand jury of Iberia lias proclaimed that it certain citizens nt that parish wish to override the law if tliey wish to whip kill or banish objectionable persons and instead of going to the law go outside of it break it and ap peal to Judge Lynch they will escape all punishment therefor It could have done nothing worse for Iberia It could not have ad Â¬ vertised that parish to worse ad vantages before the whole world In the name of Louisiana and of law we protest against tlie decla ration just made by the Iberia grand jury that lawlessness mob rule and lynch law should go un punished If that idea is current there it is current nowhere else Times-Demo-er- at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ilarper for March Frontispiece The Right Hon John A McDonald Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada The Institute of Six- Â¬ France By Theodord Child teen illustrations drawn by Alexis Lemalstre Comments 011 Canada Tlie By Charlc Dvmlley Warner country the people the Government What the author saw on ajouruey William over the Canadian Pacific M Chase Painter By Kenyon Cox Illustrations from a bronze bas relief by Augustus St Gandens aud paint- Â¬ ings by Chase Slowtopps Confession By John Lillie New Illustrated Vienna By Curt ven Zelaii Four- Â¬ teen illustrations The Origin of Celestial tfecies By J Norman Lock yer F R S- - Cor Ins France Jupi- Â¬ ter Lights By Constance Fenlmore Motleys Let- Â¬ A Novel Woolsou ters By George William Curtis A By New Arabian Night A Story Ed ward Everett Hale Scene Wash Â¬ ington Hero President of the United States One Story is Good till Another is Told By Brander Mat- Â¬ thews and George H Jessop Poes Mary With Protraitof Brady Au- Â¬ gustus Van Cleef confides a love story of the poet and told by the heroine Norway and its People Second Paper IllustraBy Bjorustjerne Bjornson tions by T de Tliulstrup and H W Ranger The Shipmans Tale A Poem By Thomas Bailey Aldrioh Louise A Poem Winter Boughs Imogen Guluey Departments Geo William Curtis has a word for our national hero William Dean How ells gives a sympathetic analysis of Charles Dudley War Â¬ Americanism ner tells the story of a bonnet and draws a generalised moral Literary Notes by Laurence Hutlou and the Mont lily Record of Current Events complete the Number It Â¬ Â¬ Natural gas will soon be iu use at Louisville Mt Sterling and Glasgow At thelatter place two strong wells have been sunk within six miles of the city and 10000 has been subscribed to lay a pipe Hue for the purpose of heating and lighting the city A similar find lias been made near Mt Sterling Geo A Collett is nbout building at Bowling Green the largest brick kiln ever established iu Kentucky It will supply brick for the round houses of the two new railroads about to be built through that city and for the numerous new residences aud business houses which will be erected durlug the year Judge Durham has resigned his office in Washington aud we expect to welcome Col S A Walton R R West and J M Harbison back to our city in a few days to remain with us until 192 when the people shall have been educated to believe in the reduction of tariff at which time Cleveland will return to the White House and tatto them back to remain forever Laucafter News A large number of German tmnil grant8 entered the State last week aud will settle near Milledgeville in Lin Â¬ coln county in the vicinity of which there are already two Austrian Colonies which have been very successful and profitable The opportunities for fruit raising and truck farming iu Lin coin aud Hardin couuIIps are except- Â¬ ionally fine and in a few years this section could be made among the most valuable in the State Â¬ Twenty five years ago W B Wes of Troy N Y deserted Miss Jauo Trueman for a newer love He was married to the latter and Miss Trueman consoled herself by suing her recreant lover and obtaining damages Not long ago Mr Wescott became a cott Â¬ Â¬ three-year-o- ld Â¬ 1 Â¬ res slick-ton-gu- tete-a-te- te ot dead Coroner Miller who made his Beware of Ointments For Catarrh That inquest at 9 oclock found that death fs Mercurvvoniain jicrcurydestroy the was caused by perouitis Courier will surely Journal tense or smell and completely derange The strange dog llitil bit the little1 the whole system when entering It son of Mr Hays Nuniiplley on Sunday1 through the mucus surfaces i Suclnar aweek ago amTHufmc the day bit Ucle9 should never be used except f on several other dogs made his way o prescriptions from reputable phjI Midway where he bit four or five clans a3 the damage they fflTl do are dogs and a steer at thn distillery The ten fold to the good you can possibly strange dog was killed at Midway as derive from them Haiis Catarrh were the other dogs Marshal George Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Cole Went to Midway and identified Co Toledo Ohio contains no Mercury the dog as the same one that was at aud Is taken internally and acts di- Â¬ Â¬ Georgetown The day the strange dog rectly uponthe blood and raUcus sur was killed another rabid dog was kill Â¬ faces of the system In buying Haus ed on the farm of Mr T M Parrlsh CAtarrix Cure be sure you get the near Midway He had bitten several genuine Is fatten internally and made dogs and a horse belonging to Mr hi Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Geo Duulap He is supposed to have Company rj65SoId by Druggists price j5 been bitten by the clou first killed As 3S 41 cents per bottle - Mr S M a matter of precautionDavis Chairman of the Board of TrusJudge R J Breckinridge has an an- Â¬ tees of Georgetown has issued a procla- nouncement for State Senator If it is mation ordering all dogs within lie Boyles time the people couldnot put corporate limits to be confined other out a better man aud if a Garrard wise tbe Marshal Is directed to kill county man dont want It we are for Georgetown Times them the Ccl our full length feet included Lancaster News A terrible crime has just come to light in the remote part of this county Cheap Excursions to Florida 011 Spruce Creek in which a father The Queen Cresent Route will run joins with his mistress and her broth ers and poisons his nine children from cheap rate excursions to Bruiiswich three to nineteen years of age Two and Thomasvllle Georgia Jacksonville of them died on last Thursday night and all points in Florida leaving Cen- Â¬ Jim Holden aud his sister a bod tral Union Depot Cincinnati 755 A M character went to tho houe of Frank and oOO P M 011 March 27th at one Conkwright thewoninn arriving early fare for the round trip Tickets good and Frank about twelve oclock The going and returning for confinous pass Â¬ woman Susan Holden was living hi age and good 30 days from date of tale Cres adultery with Conkwright and be on regular trains The Queen cauo the children protested they had ent Route is 110 miles the shortest and been chastised nud oflen driven from 7 hours the Quickest Cincinnati to home When Jim Holden arrived at Jacksonville autl the only line running tlie house he went to bed with Conk sleeping cars between these twi cities d wriglit8 daughter who through without chauge The route is Â¬ wa3 taken sick about 3 oclock Friday through the blue grass region of Ken morning and died with convulsions tucky over tlie famous High Bridge Tlie three year old alone the Emory river and in view of that afternoon child drank water at eleven oclock Lookout Mountain also through the Thursday night and died at fouroclook Piuey Woods of Georgia a constant Friday morning aud when Dr School succession of Panoramic views along arrived Friday he fouutl all the chil- Â¬ the whole line Unsurpassed in Gran dren except the oldest very sick witli deur by auy other route For further unmistakable evidence of having been information address D G Edwards G Pi T A poisoned Tlie father who has been a 40 48 Cincinnati Olrio widower for thrco years Susan Holden and her brother Jim are now iu jail Win Payne Harvey aged 22 son of here and Bill Holden has made his Rev W P Harvey editor of the West- Â¬ escape Iu the section where tlie crime ern Recorder attempted to commit was committed excitement runs high suicide at Harrodsburg 011 Wednesday and could bunds be laid on these fiend- Â¬ by shooting himself The ball from ish brutes the State would be relieved the pUtol struok a rib near the heart of further costs Mt Sterling Tele- I and glanced outward inflicting a se gram Gth vere flesh wound which may prove A peculiar death under singular cir- fatal He was despondent and drink Â¬ cumstances was reported to the Health ing Office yesterday The victim was A DUTY TO YOURSELF Chester the eight year old son of Peter is btirprising that people will use a It o carpenter who re Smith a tides on Fairmouut Avenue Fair common ordinary pill when they can mount The boy was found dead in secure a valuable English one for the Dr Ackers English bed at one oclock Monday afternoon same mouey Last week he complained of leeliug ill pills area positive cure for sickdiead but nave 110 particular explanation achc aud all liver troubles They are Saturday the lad was well enough to small sweet easily taken aud do not play but on Sunday he Complained gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ again At noon when his sister was tion Druggist giving him a bath he noticed his left Co who established a tobac- Â¬ Rice ankle was swollen Dr T E Taggart co factory in Hopkinsville a year ago examined tlie aukle The boy seemed have been m succesful that they are to sutler little pain nud said his shoe now enlarging their works considerab- Â¬ had been rubbing against his ankle ly and will diversify their manufac- Â¬ after bathing tlie foot the boy went to tures bed In the morning he did not awakLive of great men all remind us en at the usual time He slept till one oclock Monday afternoon when his that If we can not do more we can sNter tried to awake him He was tell our neighbors how Ganters Chick- Â¬ dead The body was still warm Dr en Cholera Cure restored our chickens Taggart was called and made another that were sick enough to tlie to perfect examination Tlie outer side of the health and that it it fulls your mouey Willis left ankle wasswolleU and showed In will be refunded by Stockton dications of clotted blood under the Mrs Mary A Peyton has started a skin On the inner side and near the Â¬ joint was a small wound nearly healed bustle factory in Paris which is turn ing out 5f0 dozen bustles per week which looked as though it might have been inflicted by a locust thorn Hanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ or nail The wound did not extend to tism or money refunded Price 75c at tlie bolle but the flesh and ruusoles Whites Drug Store Second street were pierced It was evidently a case near Garnett House tf of blood poisoning Dr Taggart be- Â¬ lieves that clotted blood under the MATRIMONIAL bruited ankle broka loose and passing up through tiie arteries got into the At the residence of tlie brides father heart or brain which ci used ileathT Wm Parke near Union City Charles Cincinnati Enquirer I L Tipton to Miss Susan Parkesboth of Â¬ nine-year-olÂ¬ Â¬ ALL KINDS OF PLOWS UND CULTIVATORS THE NEW FIRM OF Shackelford 4 Gentry Â¬ O will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor o merit the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased facilities Â¬ XT 30 29 An Open Letter BooNESnoROUCjH KYDec Si 1888 This is to certify that suffered with WAGONS and O ARTS my kidueys and hack from the year 1875 to 18S0 nnd was often confined to my bed wheti in the year of 18S0 I called on DrT B Bniitli who told me to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and If It didnt cure me lie would forfeit 50 in gold I accepted his proposition and used two bottles as j directed and it eflected a permanent cure I have never had the least Symplons or pain iu my back since and kidueys are in a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic the greatest mediciue on earth INATIIANIEI TEVIS O Or IE WW I i Tlie Clothier AT McKEES OLD STAND Cor First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky Smiths Klduey Touic for sale by W G White mond Ky Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ 31- - Ladies Hare Tried It CLOTHING HATS CLIFS FURH1SHIHG GOODS TRUNKS VALISES A number of my lady customers have tried Mothers Friend and would not be without for many times its cost They recommend it to all expecting to R A IAvNE become mothers GENTS Greenville Ala Write Brad field Regulator Compauy 3S 41 Atlanta Gi Road horses trotters and runners shod in any mtinucr desired I have just received au extra lot of four year old secotid growth timber for repairing All work guar- Â¬ all kindsof wagons anteed at the very lowest prices Shop back of Brookss drug store Respectfully 8 U MIDKIFF Sfebly Tlie U I St Jm C Ry Kankakee Liue with its connections makes tbe fastest time from Cincinnati to Council Bluffy Omaha St Paul Minneapolis 32 nnd the West aud Xortli-west- Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c A variety of Gloves Clothesfor fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro Prices to meet the demands o fusion Donelson will make you as good a buggy or carriage as can be bought apr4 tf auy where in America THE COURIER JOURNAL The Representative Paper of tho South- west Largest Circulation of Any Democratic Newspaper in America the times apr IS tf Â¬ Â¬ Sw It is the paper for the Farmer the Merchant and the Family Circle Pop- Â¬ ular and cheap It advocates a reform of the present high tariff and wages vigorous war on all subsidies and mo- Â¬ nopolies It Is emphatically the pec pies paper and its immense circulation throughout the United States attests its power as the organ of the people THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL W B WHITE lew Hardware vtnro j MATED lew -- Is tho largest and best Democrat- Â¬ ic newspaper issued It is an eight Aiisiralioii CLAUDE IN SMITH ha Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Pecu iar Â¬ 7ot JJPr jAr isj5lJtho p page paper of eight columns to the page and its ftlxty fourcolumus each week are filled with live and interest- Â¬ ing matter It is newsy bright and clean and leads the American news- Â¬ papers of tlie day The regular subscription price Is SI per year and to clubs of eight yearly subscribers at one time with eight dollars an extra copy is sent one year to the address of tlie club raiser or to any other address desired In other words nine copies one year for eight dollars The CouRiBK JointNAL is the one great newspaper West of the Allegheny and South of the Potomac aud the Ohio which has had theeourage tho independence and the ability to staud and resist the flood tide of monopoly sweeping over the land aud to make an upright and disinterested defense of the toiling tax paying masses of the people Fighting all dishonesty the CouBlEit JoURXAf is as it sentinel on the watch tower titepless aud vigi Â¬ Â¬ Desires to aiinoence that Le opened a new HEW GOODS Hardware Stovl AND NEWPEICES I have received a large invoice of TINWAEE HOrSMI AT NEW WALL PAPERS AND- - 1Nov26K Second St New Window Shades Arniers old stand Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ O w Â¬ r and have marked same at prices un heard of before in this city in fact are I FECIAL Hi bo rxceeuingiy uueap iiiai luey are bound to go quick at prices named 20- The Grand Clearance Sale waa suc Â¬ cessful beyoud the most sanguine expectationThere is nothing like printers ink when yott do what you promise to do lant in- Â¬ The public SSTSubscrlbe for Hie Weekly spect my newgenerally la invited to stock CotnuER JoimxAii and learn the Yours Very Truly truth aud join In the Peoples Battle of GEO M WILLGrNG resistance Ijctbkior Decorator Daily except Sunday one year S10 32 31 No 209 W Main St Daily except Sunday one mouth SI I keep at ray yardannear the depot i Kinu3 ii lttehmowi Sunday one year 2 Sample copy aud premium supple ment sent free to any addresti A variety of useful aud attractive prem J AND YooRhiogheny I os I iums is offered by the Wkkicly Ooo- - GOODS --FOR SALE AT COST and tbe fa mows I will Iiaudfe Also AndiraeHe mMl 1 BALDWINS GOAL YARD- fHOUSE EOR RENT Kentucky Coal LUMBEB GRAIN BALED HAY J Â¬ TmcEjrjr r I I n fJno J SJL Agents canvassing outfit also provided Iree of charge I dere to rent my store house In No traveling agents are employed by Richmond and sell my stock of Groce- Â¬ the Couriuf JuHrn but a good local ries at cobt to the renter 88- JOHN TAYLOR agent is wanted iu every community to whom n liberal cash commission kikk Jouknai- 1 Â¬ is allowed Â¬ Addres W N HALDEMAN President Courier Journal Co Courier- Wholesale Grocery n I AND TOBACCO and M iTii yrensK at v HI r- I Â¬ Hoods Sarsapariila Â¬ Louiiviliei Ky w TS r rHi ii u a m tiri Tiii uiiuaiwu t 4YA a nr viit till tentwiu MaIiiStsLovisvieKy and the Weekly TheGwmax Jt Mr JMUMrrMpne - V 1 j tar 225 Dully Ou- f rnireni wstiugonall conie rler Joumal ami Cijmax j ear 1 1254 RIUmoDd on every jtpnnty nqint rrT I hope twill eall county merchant in their patronage to receive Ea BALDWIN euiidty Courier Journal and Climax stoiea T W B GRINSTJSAD CO 20- 1 year 5S25 36-35 rn -Journal 1 Tiu ulnnminN iiBinr d Kraeery wm rcwwv r l rSr jS5 - fr -- 4-- VJSi 3Mlr ft m As f BMM - MHHnnnnnnnnnnnMTf Z - jrflv J y- - THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY MARCH so 1SS9 The tobacco factory said water work private Htbscrip ties u coming wiH It k be built by A business roan tcHs bs that business hai been better in Richmond this spring than he ever knew it te be Greenlcaf have Messrs Buchanan an exceedingly handsome received carriage and have a new hearse and pair of horses B The first train en the R came through Richmond yesterday It uis tram of suHcy scrapers and the longest ooe ever seen in thk country Bourbon Chief NI Quarter of a Centary at One Chnrchi Elder J W Harding of Winchester came over Friday to preach at Fiat Woodson Saturday and Sunday This Is Ihe EWers twenty third year as pastor of that church or nearly a quarter ot a century that he has labored in that par ticular locality of the Lords vineyard But the chances are good for another quarter of valuable sen ice The flock tire not of their shepherdjor does the shep Â¬ herd weary in well doing Elder Harding is past three score and five years but is nearly as able and equally as eager to continue the good Sight as in hk younger days Hk mother k now living at the great age of S6 years Hk grandmother reached the even greater age of 8S and hk great grandfather attained the truly marvelous age of 1 10 years A Â¬ VtHV Philip- Deatbcra e Iks above firm have opened a breed Â¬ ing and training stable it the Fair Grounds and have the following named horses Yazoo by Harold sire of Maud S 2S2 i first dam Belmont Second dam by Mambrino Chief This horse will make the present season and then driven for a record Dr Roberts Colt by Hylas sire of Susie S 318 at 4 years old dam by Ericbnson This colt will make a short season and be trained for a record Billie M Wilkes by Count Wilkes sire of Georgette 228 first dam by Ad ministratorthe sire of Catch Fly 318 second dam the dam of Andy Mention 225J- - Billy will make a short season Of BtHy we expect 225 or better this season Next comes Durkee by Dictator out of the dam of Andy Mcrshon Innk by Lumps sired by the great George Wilkes Lumps record 221 first dam by Administrator second dam by Kavnnalighs Gray Eagle Verjfie H by Stranger son of Goldsmiths Maid 2114 dam by Adminktrator Colt by Vatican sire of the greatest yearling Belle Vara 238 in a race dam by Abe Vanmeter full brother to Brown Chief the sire of the dam of Prince Wilkes 214 Colt by Vatican dam by Whites Hambletonian second dam by Black Dia- Â¬ mond Colt by Stranger son of Gold Smiths Maid 214 dam by Administrator Bay filly by Post Boy 222 full broth- Â¬ er to Glummey G 215 dam the dam of Lizzie R 225 Several nice roadsters and harness horses Everybody invited to inspect the Stable Â¬ v iv mTrvfTrir J T nutria 11frrrcurtnn mx wa3fc i Ho Get There the finest jack in the A letter from Cunt Gsorge W Tipton world1 i announced in this issue by W relates that he has reached the West Read hk pedigree and Indies after a Si J S Collins stormy and protracted terms and sec if you on d any better voyage of it days twelve days of which Ccnington Arnold Ike have sold he was out of sight of land Thk k the thirteen hundred hnehek of clover seed Captains fourth trip to the sunny ijlcs snce Februarr tst the krgast sale of of the Carribean He found his tempocloser seed ever made m Richmond by rary successor mentally and physically out of balance and the property in a one house m a greatly demoralised condition He at Redefcaugh have once shipped hk suflering friend Messrs Donosson back to rented the large ttoru haute on Main the States and went about repairing next to Foxs stable fbr a carriage damages and getting the force in working wareroom and have it filed with beauti Â¬ order The thermometer he writes was ful work 8 1 degrees on hk arrival which is unusu- Â¬ He promises in a future letter Heavy blasting is daily heard down at ally high to give a full account of hk voyage and Shanahan Powells camp on the R X we shall take the liberty of giving it to B and men and machinery continue I to arme by every train A party of the readers of The Climax forivseven men arrived yesterdy Sale of Jacks n MItcbeM the extensive Covington Mr Lconidas Duval of Richmond merchant toilers and clothiers come to Mo was here last week and bought the the front this week with a column an Â¬ following jacks which were shipped on nouncement They have a choke lot of Friday Of T E Baldwin one at 550 the latest ideas in goods and mean to sell of J W Herndon one at S350 of I Ihem Shelby Irvine two at 1300 of J W Lincoln county four at Dr Sam Willis of Pine Grove and Dr Baughman 1950 Bob Willis of Lexington came over on Mr H H Colycr who recently took Friday to see their brother Mr David B Willis of KirksviHe who has been a lot of jacks to Missouri has returned seriously ill for some time and grew He sold the animals for good prices and made money Thk transaction demon- Â¬ w orse last week strates that Mr Colycr is a universal Another Sale ef Real Estate trader for he has handled horses cattle M II Pigg sold to C H Pigg one half sheep hogs dogs coonskins tobacco of the J M Pigg property on the Lexing- Â¬ wheat and other small grains corn cot- Â¬ ton and sorghum molasses and has prov- Â¬ ton pike for 1750 en himself successful in all these branches Yazoo He is now ready to buy anything that This well known blooded horse is set k for sale and to pay the cash fbr it forth in another column His sen ices have heretofore been duly appreciated Steam Lauudry and Messrs Bumam Co will no doubt Messrs B J Clay and D R Forman reap a rich reward this season have purchased an outfit for a steam laundry and as soon as a she can be secured Esalite the building will be erected and machin- Â¬ The card of EgaHte appears in thk issue ery put in place of The Climax He k a popular and A steam laundry in Richmond k an ex- Â¬ excellent horse and in reliable hands J periment bnt the evidences are strong B Chenauk Co The price k reasona Â¬ that it will pay The people of Richmond ble and a good patronage will be the reand vicinity send away weekly to Lexing Â¬ sult ton Louisville Cincinnati and Dayton quantities of laundry work besides paying Book Keeping T F Leary the famous teacher of out large sums at home for washing It is not considered an extravagant price for double entry book keeping is getting up family of two or three to pay annually a Â¬ a night class He has taught here sever- a wathbiil of 75 to 125 and there are al times before and refers to a few of his families that p2y 200 to 300 a year former pupik who are practical book Â¬ Considering the large number of fami- Â¬ S P Deatherage J S keepers viz lies that hire washing done it is encourag- Â¬ Collin D B Shackelford L P San- Â¬ Besides money ders W D Oldham Geo W Pickles ing to the new laundry kept at home k far more prootablc than and M G Y Forman money sent away Big Trade in Oats and Flows Therell lie Kiekcrs We are informed by the seedsmen that The time k coming apace and drawing since the first of January eleven thousand bushek efseed oals have been sold in near when Richmonds new and elegant Richmond and the plow men tell hs that hotel will be open to the public But all nearly four hundred plows have been sold the people who patronize hotek will not to date Thk k certainly an unusually nx h pell mell into thk one no matter large quantity and shows that the farmers what its appointments may be for its are preparing te meet the boom Clover price being a little above the ordinary will keep away two classes of people seed in proportion first those who are two stingy and second Turnpike Extension those who are too poor They will not The survey was completed last week go silently on their way elsewhere and for the building of the Stony Run and let the new hotel alone in its glory but Ford turnpike and the contract k soon pretend a vast dislike Theyll kick and to be let Thk road k an extension of kavort and kuss and say that there k the Richmond and Otter Creek turnpike no style about the proprietor and little and will fill the gap between -- Richmond more about the building that the furni- Â¬ and Winchester making the dis ture k poorly selected the pantry bad tance by turnpike much shorter Mr and the cooking miserable In fact that Brutus J Clay k President the new hotel k too far from Foxtown nearly a whole square further than the Change in Stage Schedule other hotel and therefore theyll take the On next Monday week April 1st the nearest But the new hotel will never Richmond and Irvine stage will leave theiessprosperand as it S a human beings Richmond at 330 oclock P M and inalienable right to kick and as kicking reach Irvine at 8 oclock Returning embraces more 0 less of that element will leave Irvine at 7 oclock A m and called human nature we can but exclaim reach Richmond at 1130 oclock Passen Â¬ with the Psalmist Lem rip gers mail and express carried The office will continue in Gorratey Cos They TookIo the Woodi shop corner Main and Second streets The sujofned special telegram from The mail wilt on and after AprM 1st close Gainesville Texas to the Fort Worth at one oclock Gazette with the aboVe heading was re- Â¬ ceived on Friday address to The Climax The Finest Yet in- - an envelope postmarked --McGregor Last weeK k said to have been the Texas No word of explanation accom- Â¬ most beautiful weather ever known for panied the clipping It says On Sat- Â¬ the month of March in thk country urday night Jtwo young men from Ken- Â¬ In fact the entire month so far has been tucky arrived at Nacona a little station one of unusual mildness and beauty We West of here to vkit relatives It was recall however the spring of 1S69 their first visit to Texas and they were twenty years ago which was delightful afraid they would be hurt during the night up to near he first ef May when a snow before the arrival of their relatives The caire and weighted down the trees like landlord noticed the nervous movements mid winter the leaves being as large as ef the young men and tried to quit their a silver doHar We recall that later along fears but during the night they left the on the 18th et May a frost cut down hotel and went to the woods They re- Â¬ vegetation of every kind including the mained hid until Sunday at dinner when leaves of the forest trees Its a wise old they were seen going to a town near by saying dont holler till you get out of Several citizens also went to the house the woods to talk to the strangers and -- assure them that their fears were groundess No They Got The Church sooner did they approach the staragers Bids were opened at Owingsville on than the latter began to fight cutting the last Thursday for the building of a 10000 clothes of one man and striking several church by the Christian denomination others They fled to the woods and have and the contract was awarded to Eason not been seen since It k believed they Wiggins proprietors of the Richmond have left the country afoot and if found Planing Mill This certainly speaks well their relative believes now they can do for these gentlemen They are now nothing with them building the court house at Pineville re cently buMt the Witherspoon mansion in Progress of the New JIadison County Fair Winchester and have been awarded the Company contract for erecting the coHege in that The Fair Company assembled on last place so soon as the courts shall have Saturday and after a short cession arriv decided the question Judge Morton of edata perfect understanding withlhe own- Â¬ the Circuit Court on Wednesday decid Â¬ ers of the grounds and amphitheatre ed the college question in favor of WinEvans and Brooks and the deed was chester but the case wHI go to the Court drawn up and signed Evans and Brooks 01 Appeals Bason Wiggins have much retained that part of the grounds fronfing other work in progress on Irvine street and running back 300 feet The Company get the remainder Circuit Court at 12500 divided into one hundred- and The March term of the Circuit Court twenty fire shares while the aforesaid convened on Monday In the absence owners retain sixty five shares having of Judge Morten Senator John Bennett therefore a controlling interest Thk was elected temporary Judge and is pre Â¬ sale shows that Richmond reo4eMae has siding with a much dignity and efficiency advanced considerably within the past as the regular Judge Mr C J Bronston year At a recent meeting of the Fair Comrepresents the Common wealth There are 145 criminal and 9 other cases pany the following officers were elected S H Stone Foreman President Col I Shelby Irvine First Grand Jury Root Covington J W Smith Ab Vice President John B CbenauH Sec- Shearer Twyman Million Leslie Ballard 1 ond Vice President CapL J Speed Smith Thos Jones W II Sale W C Talbott Third Vice President Cpl D W Trib Assistant D C Munday W O Thorpe J W ble Secretary J A IHggiri Embry Joe Gentry Thos Phelps D M Secretary B Cook Potts Treasurer J E Greenteal Assistant Treasurer J Bright W C Harris Richmond Petit Jury A K Lewis Stanford Stone Walker Directors Oldham J W Green S F Harbor Sara ColTSMoberiey John W Fox W Rice J E Cosby W A Burgin David B Smith and D Bates Shackelford Fox Chenauk Jr Jas B Butner George town J J Embry Union Ja Noland KirksviHe W Myers WI I llarbcr Dan Harfeer D Glade Wm Fitzpatrick Million Thomas Samuels S Hume Doty W K Oldham J E Dykes C Wm Arnold TJ Million J J Embry Eliiston Algin Hinle Yates Dr Giles Harris Wra Gregory G W Bcrce Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --I Â¬ - outside the walls since iS8j Previous to this the first si named get tlemen were Ine iesieesi this lease begtrinitig in tSSi Every one of the gentlemen ire first class business men and the corporation is one of the most substantial in the State They have also leased the branch peni Â¬ tentiary at Eddy ville for a term of ten yearsand as soon as it iscompletedvrill put in the necessary machinery for the opera- Â¬ tion of the same They are now execut- Â¬ ing a contract to complete the work of the prison at Eddy ville which will not be fin Â¬ ished before the year 1890 This contract amounts to about 200000 They have just completed a new brick building In the Kentucky penitentiary which is 60 feet wide by 370 feet long three stories high The contract for this building amounted to 53000 and It is a strong and substantial building construct- Â¬ ed tinder plans made by Mr Chas J Clarke an experienced architect of Louis- Â¬ ville it - it WALLACEffjS Why I d8 hot want to be thought cheeky Hor dd I wish to puth myself into print but after haflnj read The afld find Â¬ Madison County People Elsewhere Go where you will and you find former residents of Madison county and generally they are keeping up with the procession In New OrleansIast week we saw Mr B R Forman the well known lawyer of that city He has built a new residence on St Charles Avenue n a most delight- Â¬ ful locality possesses good health and an increasing practice Mr David Martin Curtis continues at 17 Tchoupitoulas street and judging from his rotund person beaming face and good clothes is doing a good commission bus- Â¬ iness He said 1ik brother Will was in Louisville Ed in Denver Al in Mississip pi and Tom in West Virginia and if there were more brothers still more States would be occupied At the depot in Birmingham we were told that Mr W J Owens and James McArdle Theodore Hacker and Henry James were prosperous in that thriving town In Chattanooga we found Dr J I Ashbaugh just moved into his new res- Â¬ idence on East 9th street It is located on an eminence where a fortification stood during the war and is conspicuously in view from all parts of the city even from the summit of far away Lookout Moun- Â¬ tain The entire interior finish of the house is the handiwork of the Doctor and as he is a recognized genius it goes without saying that it is artistically dene The wood work is a combination of pop- Â¬ lar and pine done in varnish the natu- Â¬ ral grain beautifully brought out and not a particle of paint used The Doctors practice is increasing and as his partner is soon to retire from the profession hk field of labor will be greatly widened Dr A Conrad Cornclison dentist is mashing molars and crushing cuspids at a great rate and making a reputation not Â¬ withstanding he is young in years He has recently made some valuable discov- Â¬ eries in the use of Aluminum in hk pro Â¬ The lessees will place new machinery in tltis building for the manufacture of chairs exclusively When plated in run- Â¬ ning order they expect to- - turn out 1000 chairs every day the output now being about 500 For some time they have manufactured wagons and carts but they intend to abandon the branch entirely so that they may have more room to enable them to increase the manufacture of ladies shoes the demand for which is increasing daily They manufacture different Grades of the latest and best pattern the daily output at present being five hundred pairs They expect to double the capacity of this department with the increased machiner that will be placed In the prison within the next ten days The manufacture of broom t will be continued and the capacity of the factory will be doubled Every class of work in operation within the walls is light and beneficial to the convicts and is not injurious to their health Under the law the convicts at work outside the walls will be placed inside as soon as the branch penitentiary at Eddy ville is completed This will of necessity result in the creation of manufacturing establishmens inside the walls of the pris- Â¬ on to employ the labor confined therein and place them in a condition to be self sustaining to the lessees The officers of the Mason Foard Company are as follows viz C E Hoge President Jo F Foard Vice President H P Mason General Man- Â¬ ager and G T Blackley Secretary They are prompt in fulfilling every con- Â¬ tract entered into and are polite and ac- Â¬ commodating to every one with whom they come in contact either socially or in a bnsiness matter They are men of integrity who do business on business principles ing it to be one of the best county papers that I ever read and seeing something in it from all other points in the county I feel that Wallaceton too ought to be known in your paper and by its readers Wallaceton is by no means a dead place as al will tee when 1 tell you that there is a postoffice here to which the mail comes every Wednesday and Sat urday evenings at which times there is always a crowd ranging from ten to twenty-five persons anxiously waiting for the news that is expected to be on hand at 5 t m And you need not be surprised when I tell you there are forty papers coming to this office every week Again there were over 650 rabbits bought and sold the past winter also during the year i838 there were Brought to thk place and sold at the highest market prices 4225 dozen hen egs and goose eggs Now we folks down here think that this shows at once that there are places of less importance than this Please give us credit for what we have done to feed the people of the Commonwealth if it is only on rabbits and eggs But oh we took at least 2500 lbs of good old country Irncon as we went along So I will tell no more this time and if this dont find its way to the waste basket I will write again Climax for more than a j ear Do you gd tfay far yotir goods f hen Genfry can fell yuti at Sluickelfurd city prices Thpy have jut Sold1 to four new buildings Twenty Handsome Mantles and have a Handsome Line of Samples in stock It Dinrlli Has Fresh Vegetflbie New Candles SHERIFFS SALE OF Land for Taxes WE HAVE NOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OJ I WILL OH and the Finest Fruits U The Kentucky Steam Laundry at Lexington does first class work Bright 40 43 agent m MONDAY APEIL - 1 SS9 The finest tropical fruits Apples Grapes Bates Figs and Itatolns at Dluellis It First class work done by the Kentucky Steam Laundry Call at Brights 40 43 and see for yourself Â¬ SPRING SUMMER GOODS EVE3R BI20XJGS PIT TO in front ef tb Cort howm m WUcfciL Ky between the hoar at M ami 6 oclock P M- tc mg property to pay the taao t8M I THIS CITY V5TECITE Ekhnood District 27 1 Vegetables of every kind fresll from the gnrileii at Dinellis It Call nt Brights and see samples of the wtifk dune at Kentucky Steam 40 3 Laundry at Lexington llS Brruot Bcttie aad ner i town lot jajaw fe Baxter Mrs RcMcca I town lM Ballard Nancys hens 4S acre ImmI aas it you want a nice buggy phceton or is chuck full of the Loading Styles in Plaids Stripes ami Mixtures in FraaUs Mrs Pettis 1 lows tel carriage barouche rocknway ia Miller T t tow lot coupe go tn John Donelson apr4 t 4fa Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Jassimeres in fact any- Â¬ Parks John HoraceNR 55 act feast la Satins Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ Richmond Moling Co 1 town lo- t- 3astt Price 75c at thing you may want there is to be fotmd in a first daw Clothing Snortndge Mrs tism or money refunded J 1 town lot ioso Whites Drug Store Second street Store 5- Fsrte jrs District 2fa 2 near Garnett House Jackson Elizabeth 68 acres land Advice to Mothers Xcwby lames 15 acres land Mrs Wrrswsrti Soarauia Binup should ahrayi 150 bo used when children are eattic teeth It re lievcs the little snffererutooce itpiodaceanatara quiet eleep and the little cherub awakes as blight as a button It is very pleasant to taste It soothes the child softens the g umi allayiaUpaln regulates the bowels and i the best known remed r for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other canset Twenty Bye cents a bottla 0or Mens Suit Department --1 1 Garnett House Sold TheGarnett House sold to Dr G W Evans at public sale Friday for 13110 Dr EVans has since we hear sold it to the Masonic Lodge PIMPLES ON OUE CHILDEEFS DEFAETMEFT far surpasses any lino ever shown hefore in this city at low prices TJoiea District Sta 3 Denney James P s acres land Powell Isaac 4 acres land Jo aoa 6 6 These gentlemen have never had any issue with the State They have paid their rental promptly as their contract provided although they have been depriv- Â¬ ed of the use of one of the main buildings in the prison since it was destroyed by fire in tSS7 It was a very lucky day for the State when this corporation leased the prison They have done more than any other firm or corporation to develop the resources of Kentucky They have invested their money in every enterprise tliat intended ths devel opment of mines railroads and other public improvements throughout the State They have entirely changed the whole penitentiary system in Kentucky They have driven out the manufacture of hemp which was certain death to all who worked in this department and in its stead have been placed establishments for the manufacture of shoes brooms and chairs the labor in which k healthful to the con- Â¬ Â¬ Donelson uses the best material tha OUR Denote an impure state of the blood the market aflords and the best work- Â¬ and are looked upon by many with men He puts up noue but the best suspicion Acker Blond Elixir will work Buggies carriages etc made apr4 tf is full of the leading styles in all of the different 1laids and Mixtures remove all impurities and leave the loonier Call on him complexion smooth aud clear There Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Cassi meres in fact is nothing that will so thoroughly build up the constitution purify and Remaining unclnlmed in the Pnst strengthen the whole system Bold aud Oflice nt Richmond Ky week ending guaranteed by W G White Prescrip Â¬ March 19th 1880 Auston Rose Anna Masters John W tion Drugelst Parish Mrs BUrnic Collins J 3 Richardson Sallie Francis Samuel We cordially invite you to come and examine and you will see the Franches Lipie Roller J C RELIGIOUS Fletcher Sallie RunionJennie nicest line of piece goods ever shown in this city Holly Mary Vanbolt Sanford 1 Services at the Methodist church Sun- - JettStephen Wilson J B day morning and night White Sam Likes Jennie Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 1 Rev Mr Bedinger preached at the sr Money order ami registered letter Presbyterian church on Sunday hours prompt 7 A ir to 8 v jr J B WILLIS p jr Bishop Dudley has written that he will is full of all the latest things to be found in Furnishing Goods visit Richmond on Monday May Cth at Store all kinds of Balbriggan Underwear our Negligee Flannel which time a class will be presented for confirmation Shirts far excel anything ever shown before in this city The Singer Manufacturing Company In Louisville the Sixth and Green street Presbyterian church sold to Harry H building a machine with Hand Attachment and Porable specially Bishop for 40000 It was erected in adapted for invalids c to travelers 1838 at a cost of 75000 cost 25 cash Any one wishing n machine of this type will please leave Elder R R Noel of Lancaster will order at the office 13 First street is complete a large and well selected stock of YEOMANS STET- Â¬ preach at Viney Fork to day at Kingston J F Stone to morrow and to morrow night and at P B It Is sold only by order not SONS C in fact anything you want in the HAT LINE we have Forest Hill 5th Sunday morning and keptlu stock J F 8 night 40 it for you THE FACE MERCHANT TAIL0EIK DEPARTMENT SUiatoa District S 4 Benton Hiram XR 20 acreIand Daniels Jas X R 38 Elkine Fielding 20 acres land Wilcox Tho N R 50 acres iao ood Kb vill -- the ere Yates District Jfe 5 LETTERS ALL THE 3E and Archibald W D 6s acres fcrndS AsbeU Litfield 30 acres land Benge Rice 30 acres laad Cox Elizabeth 45 acres land Corpenter Kidding 11 acres Gooch Mrs Eliza 100 acres Gooch Cornelias 30 acres Hunter John 45 acres Land Marian 5 acres Lamb Sarah 80 acres land McQueen Thomas 90 acres land Mc Anally Sallie 2 acres land Rose Hayden6o acres Ims Todd J King Admr far Maggit Todd 304 acres land Terry Wm 50 acres land bly liul and np- 5 150 nera lave -- year triBK oar Shop aao too 300 -- Our Furnishing Goods Department FF Rieh Belte Please Read a Sow 3 tods District Iva S OUR MAT BEPARTMENT Crowley Mrs Pattie So acres buss- Hendricks Dudley 4 acres land Harrison Levi 15 acres hmd Hays Wm 1 town lot Beiea Parks James heirs 5 acres tend Preston Alice 1 town lot Berea Pigg John 105 acres land PMrafK Ann X R 1 lot Beea Ready Gabriel 10 acres land katsee jn 200 s the JnBeeil teapoWa 32 io ja 350 mo wtaHag Ml ja w Siriaville District So 7 Rev Mr Balem of Owen county a converted Jew has been preaching in the Baptist church this place since Sunday night of last week Five conversions night before last YAZOO RECORD 2341 STANDARD Brother to Yuba 224J by Harold Come and Give Our Line an Inspection and we assure you we can make it to your interest We are Kespectlully for past favors Thanking you Baker Mrs Julia A 12 acres land 4 3a Gentry Mrs Xanaie 330 acres land 34 Long Nick V 1 acre land 3 Tossey Joe R S acres land son nmH at all finest at see IBLPs 1 the Rev C J Wingate is delivering a series of lectures in the Episcopal church on the early history of the Christian 1st dam Yolande by Belmont church Services this evening Friday 2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrino evening and Sunday morning and even- Â¬ Chief ing 3rd dam Portia by Roebuck pacer lili dam by Whip thoroughbred Loos pastor of the Chris Â¬ Elder W tian church here tells the following Once upon a time a gentleman of an- Â¬ other denomination introduced his the pastors friends as follows Let me introduce you to a reformed preacher whereupon Mr Loos responded You have doubtless heard of and probably met before reformed drunkards reformed gamblers and other reformed people but doubtless you now see before you for the first time a reformed preacher COVINGTON 40 30 MITCHELL J fessidn vict Mr C A Lkle and family continue to reside in the city but we did not see them Mr Barnes several years ago a popu- Â¬ lar agent of the Kentucky Central in Richmond has been located in Chattanoo- Â¬ ga ever since he left here and is now in the employ of the E T V and G who would not exchange him for any other man in Tennessee Albertzart the painter is adorning with porcelain and houses other artistic signs At Glenmary Tenn we asked as the train slowed up where is John Farley Over at the mines replied a small col- Â¬ in ored boy Whats he doing over there1 The peculiar purifying and building Does he ever come up powers of Mendin watches Hoods Barsaparilla make over here to the station No sahj not it the best medicine to tako at this sea- often hes afraid Afraid of what Bon It Afraid hell git on the cars and go back to Kentucky he says its powerful winnln PERSONAL up that way Mr J J Brooks is in Nashville on busi Â¬ Two Great Companies ness As nearly all the gentlemen are well Mrs J F Stone has returned from a known here in connection with the build- Â¬ visit to her brother in Cincinnati ing of the Kentucky Central Railroad we Maj AJ Reed of Louisville is here copy from the Frankfort Argus the sub- Â¬ and seems to be prosperous indeed joined Rev C J Wingate will deliver a lect- Â¬ THE MASON GOOCII AND HOGE CO ure at Mt Sterling next Wednesday Messrs C E Hoge Wm F Dand ridge Jno King H P Mason and S D Miss Lizzie Wherritt has returned Goocli compose the firm that make a spec- Â¬ from the winters stay at Vicksburg Mis ialty of building railroads bridges and sissipi other public improvements throughout the Miss Ida French is temporarily at home State H P Mason is President and W from school at Cynthiana her eyes giving F Dandridge Secretary and Treasurer her slight trouble Since the year 18S6 they have construct Congressman McCreary and wife and ed two hundred and seventy one miles of railroad in thk State which cost about son Mr Robert McCreary have reached 3100000 In addition they built the home from Washington masonry of the Cincinnati and Covington Rev J I Wills and xvife left on Mon Â¬ bridge near Cincinnati at a cost of about day for Dloomington III to see the sister Siooooo and completed a railroad in Ala of the latter who is low with con- Â¬ bama at a cost of about S3oooo The to sumption tal value of work completed by this firm Mrs Procter of Russell county who since thc year 1SS6 is about 3480000 This is the largest firm doing this charac- Â¬ has been visiting her parents Mr and Cornclison for some weeks ter of work in the State They are Mrs thoroughly practical in their business and has gone home give all their contracts their personal at- Â¬ J F Crockett Wichita E C John Â¬ tention son H C Lovenhart Lexington S F They have a large amount of railroad J Tabue Louisville WJWalsh Cov- Â¬ construction under contract in this State ington Alexander Campbell W Va the cost of which will amount to about Dr S W Willis Pine Grove J H 1700000 all pf which will be completed Beatty Beattyville George HLockhart within thk year They have done their Paris were registered at Madison Club work well everywhqre and have given the past week m m general satisfactioh in all their contracts Choice New Music The gentlemen composing the firm arc For the pianotorte The follovfJng men of integrity and worth with a finanFilense cial standing second to no corporation in publicil Ions are just issued a brilliant study piece by Chiraltiade the State Their headquarters are in thk city wifh fingering for the use of learners 100 a ballad where all communications should be ad- Â¬ arranged by Brown for Although I go in poor array dressed firm or company employ annually base or baritone voice in the olden This a popular in addition to the convicts worked In rail Â¬ style by 35 Foster 35 cts road nontnietinrt frAm twenw five hun songoutitled Remember These Max Â¬ dred to four thousand free laborers mosrt ims My Boy by Hennessey 30 cts of which they are compelled to bripg from a devotional song very high class and Virginia North- - Carolina Georgia and excellent by Tosti called Guide Us 35 cts Alabama so that the convict labor consti With Thy Heavenly Light tutes a very ImaH part of the number of aud a pretty gem by Booth eiilltietl 30 cts All ilTe A Love Song men to whom they give employment songs have tasteful accompanaimuits THE MASON AND FOARD COMPANY Any of these pieces sent by for piano The above corporation have leased the maill to any address on receipt of the Kentucky penitentiary in this city for four price by Oliver DiUun Co Boston years from April 1st next with the privit Mnss lege of extending the lease to eight years IS LIFE W0RTII HYINO if they o desire The corporation is composedof the following members and Not if you go through theworS a Col CE- - Hoge H dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tabjets stockholders Viz P Mason Sv D Gooch WF Dandridge are a positive cure for the worst tina S B Mason John King Jo F- - Foard ofDyspepsia- - Indigestion Flatulency Guaranteed sfnd Wm Morrow and Wra Duncan hand Constipation This firm has operated the labor of the eold by W G White Preeorlptjon I the Kcntuekj nfnitcntiarr both imidcand Druggfetl The institution k clean throughout and an air of purity surrounds the whole atmosphere The men are not overwork- Â¬ ed and they seem satisfied with the labor they are required to perform They purchase all the timber required in their business from our people for which they paythe highest market price Col Hoge and Capt Mason have pur- Â¬ chased farms in our county and have made their homes with us They have also purchased city property and improv Â¬ ed it They are among our best and most enterprising citizens and have added much to Uie ptosperity andUadvancemcnt of our city county and State TJ -- Â¬ - exhaustive and carefully prepared address on the subject Dr Young holds the great and principal elements necessary for a successful preacher to be grace grit and gumption He considered classical knowledge to be a valuable acquirement but said that the greatest scholars often make the poorest preachers He thinki that there are too many cranks in the pul- Â¬ pit and condemned ministers with sensa- Â¬ tional titles for their sermons A committee consisting of Revs Crooks Waltz and Witherspoon was ap- Â¬ pointed to make the necessary arrange- Â¬ ments looking to the organization of a Dr State Ministers League Rev Crafts Field Secretary of the American Sabbath Alliance will be in the citjTMay 30 for the purpose of effecting the organization The topic for dicussion at the next meeting is announced as The Bibli cal and the Modern Scientific Views of Courier Journal Conscience It is a matter of history that the first relirious services held this side of the AUeghenies at Boonesborough by the Rev John Lythe in May 1775 were and that held under a large elm tree the first sermon by the Rev Teter Tinslcy preached in Kentucky was also under an elm tree at the Big Spring now within the corporate limits of Harrodsburj The first sermon preached by a Presby terian Clergyman in Kentucky was in i7St by Rev Terah Templln The Rev David Rice however was the most prominent of the early Presbyterian min- Â¬ isters His memory is revered among Presbyterians as Rev Wm Hickman among the Baptists and Rev Francis Clark among the Methodists He came in 1783 and vas the second or third Presby Â¬ terian minister in the State He perform- Â¬ ed the marriage ceremony for the first couple married in Kentucky by a clergy Â¬ man previously the marriage ceremonies had been performed by civil officers This ceremony was performed at McAfee station on the 3rd of June 1784 but the names of the happy couple have not been preserved On the next day June 4th he preached the funeral of Mr James McConn of the McAfee settlement the first funeral sermon preached in Kentucky and the first sermon of any kind preached on the Salt river Â¬ Â¬ FOR JAILER JOHN F WAGERS Is a earn date lor Jailer Deatherage of MiuliMHi county subject lo the action or Apply to Phillips Richmond Ky or to n ut Silver the Democratic party Creek Ky JAMKS C LACKEY is a candidate lorÂ¬ Jailer of Madison county siijet to Ihe 3-ac 40 52 T S BURN AM CO tion ot the Democratic imrty SAMUBL niUGERSTAFK is a camlidatr tlio for Jailer of Madison emmty subject to JThe Finest Jack In The World action of the Democratic party TIIOMAS 8 FERUKLL H a candidate for Jailer of Maditon comity f nbfeet to the ac Â¬ The Essential Elements of Effective tion of the Democratic party Preaching was the tonic fordiscassion at JOHN HILL Is a eandklettte for Jailer of Mpduon eounty subject o the aetlonof the the regular meeling ot the Ministerial As- Â¬ Democratic party sociation in the Y M C A parlors on A J BROADDUS Is a candidate for Jailer Walnut street yesterday morning Rev Will make the present season nt the of 3ladlon county Mibjeet to the aetlonof 31- party D B Cockerill presided and the atten- Â¬ stableTof V J Collin three miles the Democratic on the Union City GEORUK W MAUPIN l a candidate for Richmond dance was large The disscussion was led east of Madiwu county suhjeet to the turnpike where he will serve jennets Jailer of the Democratic party aetlonof by Rev J H Young D Dwho read an at The above horse will make the season or 1880 at slablesof Phillips Dentli eraRe at Fair Grounds Richmond Ky nt Forty Doll a its to Insuke a Liv Â¬ 213 t757est 3iH n NfNCEMENTS tiot ing Colt Pcce7 District Ka 3 Agee R and H C Whsttaker 41 acres land J aon Murphy Merriman 10 acre- s60 Short John XR 13 acres Land aoo Sanders Giles XR 99 acres land i o District Na 9 Agee Ambrose 45 acres land 5 450 aoa Clark Mrs Matilda 70 acres hunt- Davis Mrs Ben XR 2 acres ijn Xewbv Atsie 25 acres of land 130 Tiulor Patsia 1 acre land js 95rs45-far ft stutt at wuKea- - ASok jtcantttor t MaMahrsTi Mta 3lllii tte a ItraaBfaje 9VresMfc7 teen ager Xd lf 45 i Slippes meatf LakHa aU COIiOHSD idtnca Dtatrkt 3b J Iaac town lot CinibJI Mat Jr town lot Bo 1 1 sfeato aad 1 Bourbon Chief 4- K 1- S40 to Insure A Liviaa Colt FOR ASSESSOR A J WILLOUGHBIl Is a candidate Ar Mror of 31 ml Iso n county subject to IILfS TIE SI8HIST 8 Hours the Quickest BETWKEX 3- action of the Democratic party Season payable when coalt is foaled W J HARVEY Is a candidate for Assessor Will keep jennets on grass for 10 cent of Madison county subject to the a el Ion -ot 12per day In ail cases ho grazing the Democratic party must be paid when the jennet fa taken C R TUDOR Is a candidate for Assessor of away every care will be taken hut 110 Madlfcon county subject to the aettea of13-Ihe responsibility for necideuts or escapes Democratic party JOELT EH BRV ten candidate for Assessor ROURBON CHIEF is 16 hands S of Madison county subject lo the aetkm of 11- inclushigh without shoes and weighs the Democratic party 1 200 pounds making him the biggest CONWAY DOZIER la a eandlitate for jack in the world He is coal black Asseshoror MadL on county subject to the with mealy nose and for bone weight action of the Democratic party style action and appearance has no D C KICK la a candhlale for Assessor of Madison coauty subject to the action ofJK-the equal Democratic party 7- the for Cinciiinali anil Ita Orleans TIME 27 HOURS ENTIRE T1JAIXH BAGGAGE CARS DAY COACHEH AND SLEEPERS Run Through Without Change 110 JULES THE SHORTEST 7 HOURS THE QUICKEST BKTWBKN Cheiauit Tobe 1 town lot Chenault Lucrctia 1 town lot Clav Frank 1 town lot Frarcis Samuel 1 town lot HacketJohn t town lot Irvine Marin 1 town lo- tIr ine Henry 1 town lot Marshall Thomas 1 town lot Peyton Ann 1 town lot Stone Wm 1 town lot Turner Dnoict 1 town lot White Sarah 1 town lo- tYates Charles 1 town lot a 39 MM y s of flow a W Pride Sok a McCreary T 19 Jjjp jak SELF - jptewHlwes e for t 1 efa Bagttst tr sek ned - - Tbey aw and do no kite Preeerip 1 s rsstows District 31s S re for Grei 4417 Chenault Letcher 15 Darn Chas NR 20 acres ten Fox Amanda 2 acres land Owens Lucy heirs 5 acres tana Sterens Richard t Benning S toset the Be Batf uasnutr Boukeox Chief was sired by Red monds Hercnles he by Pattersons Buena Vista he by old Buena Vista he by Imported Mammoth Hercules dam by imported Espar tlo Bounnox Chiefs 1st dam by L ars Napoleon lie by Imported Na Â¬ poleon 2nd dam by Buena Vista 3rd dam by Imported Castillian W J J SCOLLINS Â¬ SUPERINTENDENT J B HARRIS la a candidate for Coanty Superintendent of Pnbllc 8choofc subject -to the action of the Democratic party MRS A T MILLION r a candidate for re election to the office of County Superintend- Â¬ ent or Pnbllc Schools subject to the action -ot 35the Democratic party FOR COUNTS 8- TJrtisa Dtetriet Patsy X R 18 So 3 12 - Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida TIME 2S HOURS Tha Only Line Running Thretgh Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Jack- Â¬ sonville Without ClwBge Land Karr Amanda OeMGEa acres land itatilt a Ellistoa District Harris Ben 3 acres land Irvine Yiny 7 acres land Stewart George 33 acres land Stone Cyrus 8 acres land StnaW Charley 1 acre land 4 Iff - Bta MMl7W 40 52 The Steblins Manufacturers of OIL EGALITE Three-Year-old THE SHORT LIISTE KHOSI JUNCTION 5 - CITY TO Yates District Crockett Squire 10 e Record 1 Lex- Winner of the MERIDIAN incton Ky Fir in 1883 and both JACKSON place in 1884 year old etakes at Mime making nia record or in a jog VICKSBURG Sired bv Egbert Mre of Emma parer MOBILE 249J Egmout 223J Superior 225J 2271 Illinois Benefactor Egbert 229J Close Connection Made at New Or- Â¬ 1st dam by Stockhridge Chief sire of leans with Southern Paoitia the dam of Gloster 217 2nd dam by and Texas Pacific fir Alexanders Norman sire of Lu la 215 May Queen 220 and the dams Nor Texas Mexico California THE STEB1M HMOS man Medium 220 Fanny Robinson 220 Mniden 223 Banner Boy 223 von 12 Hours Quicker than any other Line which Alice Addison 2 27 and Red Jim 230 Quality of Tone Beauty of Design Egbert by Ryedyka Hambletnuian FINISH and adaptability for starr- Â¬ Direct Connection Made at Siireveport dam by Messeuger Duroc and he by ing In Tune have no equal Willi Texas ana raeillc Ky fiysdyis Hanibtelonian without Transfer EGALITE is a verv ricli chestnut EveryPiano Warranted fcrRva Years sorrel 16 bauds 1 inches high aud And sstlsf action guaranteed to erery porcnaseii Nothern Tesas Mesico California weighs over 1200 poututalie f the tlnest Also Manufacture the WoaiD RawowsiD horse ever 6eeu iu this county fitiier and tha West standing or in harness His colts all size finish and action Although have Factories Derby Conn 8SFor Rales Mbm atkiress he has sired but few colts lie Is sire of FRANK W WOOLHY in Kenbest one of the 4013 Tray Pass ArL Lexington Ky tucky t His record U no indication of his er C S BARRETT THE CELEBRATED JACK speed He could trot close to 20at a Tray Base AgU CnftUaHftngn Taut Henry Traynor who Mr named himsay8 barring Susie S lie D J Edwards B6fe 9 J C GAIUT Is the fastest and garnest horse he ever WsSftslf Geo Mgr Gtm Pae Agt handled season at Silver Will make the present He will make the season of 18S6 at Creek Distillery at CwcnesATr O CAUTION TO MOTHERS JolurB Clienauils place 1 J miles lrom 25 For Jennets and 10 For Mares to In Every mother Is cautioned against Richmond on Lexiugton piKe at sure in Foal giving her child laudanum or para 25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT creates an unnatural craving Money due when more is parted with ClisTon is 16 hands and one inch high gorle it We want coo barrels of corn deities ed fine bone and substance jet black mealy for stimulants which kills the mind of otherwise when colt Is foaled Ky makes grand nirtner Is never made a season nose and John wa Alnson appeamnce at Richmond oul on cars For Haniey EGALITE has the child Acker Baby Soother on William of tfourbon information Bred by 60 but in order to give specially prepared to benefit children for less than I countr foaled May 24th i5s cot by Richmond Ky opportunity provehls supedam by PARRISH BROS aud cure their pulu It is harmless him an as a sire wetohave placed his Longfellow ntWellington Feacocfc 2nd riority 3rd PinerUle Ky 39- ruid contains no Opium or Morphine of all this dam by Lord dam by Mountain dam by services within the reach Leader m In placing the services of this Leviathan 4thwas got by Long Madison Sold by W G White Prescription jetr Longfellow horse before the public wo wlU say tst dam by imp Royal Duke 2nd dam by Druggist that you can not possibly make n mis Mohawk you Leave your Lauudry at Brights for take by breeding to him If borecdont Jack men throughout the county say he get n trotter you will get a Â¬ f Two BtvB lto3uUOTTAewB in Pttr the Kentucky Steam Lauudry at Lex will always command a big price that is the best bred jack in the State aiitlltlon kith plaMk walk from 40 43 ington Will graze mares and jennets at tfie trinlts street Apply to Mures kept on- grass at 10 cents per CM ifu m day Accidents or eseape at owners ratc of to cents per day Gbo H Mybrs or Candy of every grade and variety risk W SHUME CO 37- 40- Silver Creek Ky H13 ART S D Pawumi JNO B CI IEN AULT CO frcli from the factories al Dinellis 3- 2334 stake at CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM 2t acres land Collins Liaase 4 rcres land Collins Hannah S acres land Goens Mary XR 6 acres lan-dRoot 5 acres land Mobertey Thos Todd Jeptha 4Q acres htnd Terrell Cato 10 acres lad White Mariah 3 acres land- Yates Berry 5 acres land Glade District Ko 6 Â¬ ColKas Arch 4 acres Deeney Gum t acre land landf 355a4W fr Parks John le acres land Parks Nenic 4 aes land Simpson Anderson or Antis i acre White Allen I acre land White Thomas 4 acres land the F tjRJI aed laweeKei Ky m JrnPl e ERS - a M - 4Mlnfcn Pocssy District So 8 Smith Peter 13 Mengwi S D MWetta iougi Annie STERLING ORGAN acres land- So 9 cSjHK Million Distric three-year-ol- Â¬ eT TfsTnfTCf bl Broaddai Phillip 3 acres Und Broaddns Samuel 20 acres land Crews Armstead 35 acres land Mitchea HenryNJti5 acres land Monteoesery mTd Morten Tames Pasts Frank 3uaderJ n Chaa Shearer Sneea ijn- - W -- SfttBWK Sophro tahs Thorn X 30 41 B DEATHERAGE Sheriff Madison Countr sbhh6a M atfd wgtetered wr COBM CORN PAEM for SALE FRIlTATEIaYtr I offinr for xm - 1 Â¬ B Â¬ AOR3BS FOR RENT 104 M farm is well watered rptwhaw will drew 4 privately 9e farm of aa exeeOeat fearftLtk- the 15 Aj t- - - wkh dwelling boose on it know Town Farm 4 wife the ItMtmond and renewed by th BMb ttm taoud aMl Lhneaeter UnpHs Joe JJusli M - ifu euM an fiimnnd Tli dceMo eraeV 3u v - yj-S-1- s B TAYLOR fe -- - 4a M V -- t -- I llf Ii la t 11 W J - - - A I RUFF li TARIFF LKEB JEWELEB HFAIKK IN Watches Ctweke Jewelry Silver ami Absolutely Pure A marvel of This Kiwdr nerr a I piirliy fctrenE I aid h rfinicties Mnrp econouiHil tKiu Uir orJiairr kinds niut CHiiiiolbcsol J ncntupcti ii Wlli the null tiliules of low r t sliurt wt iglil Hlum ami pliovphntr powJe Sii J only In ennis Ilaled ware He SpeciiU atl ttiioti given to EOTING DIAMONDS Holt ItAXiXu Kework FuWDSK 106 alisipt 31 20 AND OTHER PltETlOUS STONES RSSPAXRIBIG Promptly done Casa Paid sum 1b m workmanlike manner fr Old Gold and Silrer 68 Dont forget tlie to tlie Port office plee next door Ky jn llf rijjmf iHldULP AITSE5 GHfGKEN Cholera Cure Dr rieroes Golden Medical Discovery is the only medicine of its clan that is gnar- Ianicea to oenent or cure for which it is recommended or the money raid lor it will be promptly refunded Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors from the common pimple blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofula or blood poison salt rbeum or Tetter Ecxema Erysipelas Fcver Bores Hip Joint Disease Scrofulous Sores and Swellings Enlarged Glands Goitre or Thick Neck and Eating Sores or Ulcers GoMen Medical Discovery cures Consump tkra which is Scrofula of the Lungs I by its invigorating wonderful blood - purifyingand nutritive jropcrtics if taken in time For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Short- Â¬ ness of Breath Catarrh in the Head Bron Â¬ chitis Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred affections it is a sovereign remedy It promptly cures the severest Coughs Liver Biliousness or Liver for TorpidDyspepsia Complaint and indigestion it la an unequaied remedy Sold by druggists 25 24 - Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than ill other diseases combined But the discover of a remedy that fvsitirrfy cures it has been made and to be con- meed of its efficacy only requires a trssl A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and jour money will be refunded 19 16 STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ fecadVoU 3S 41 BMr cr ute fa The claim that tho people can ex- Â¬ pect any proper revision of the tariff by the Republican party can only d celve those who afe wilfully blind The Harrison Administration and the next Congress were elected upon a platform declaring that they Kould effect all needed reduction of the Na-Â¬ tional revenue by repealing the taxes upon tobacco which are an annoyance and burden to agriculture and tho tax upon the spirits used in the arts and for mechanical purposes and by such revision of the tariff laws as wilt tend to check imports of such articles as are produced by oUr people the production of which gives employment to our labor and releaso from import duties those article of foreign pro- Â¬ duction except luxuries the like of which can not bo produced at homo If there shall still remain a larger revenue than is requisite for the wants of the Government we favor the en- Â¬ tire repeal of internal taxes rather than surrender any part of our pro tective system at tho joint behest ol the whisky trusts and the agents of foreign manufacturers Here is a distinct pledge on the part of tho Republicans Under it they have succeeded in frying tho fat out of our manufacturers and with it greased tho way to powen It Is not supposed that the Loader considers any pledge binding upon tho men now in control of the councils of the Repub- Â¬ lican party For years they have made that the party of broken pledjres Thoy have given the lie to their own uttorances and proven fahe to the teachings of their best mon But there are conditions under which oven these men will remember their promises They can look back upon the infamous surrender of 1882 without a blush Jey can read With composure the plat forms in which they have made to the people promises to the ear to be broken to the hope but tho platform of 1888 was a contract not with tho people but with the combined forces of corporato monopoly and private greed A wholesome fear of losing the support of tho men controlling tho purse strings will force tho next ad- Â¬ ministration to stand by the pledges made in the platform on which it was elected It will bo romembarod that in 1884 tho Republicans proposed to correct tho inequalities of tho tariff They had placed upon their ticket an avowed tariff ref ormor in the person of John A Logan Every act of the party had been a confession of the need of a Complete revision of the tariff Uul in defeat as in victory pledges to the people were broken and every effort to revise tho tariff was resisted and denounced as tho work of agents of foreign manufacturers Republican Fledges Urokon Time and Agnln LESSlNQ3 That nave I Been cultural paper advises the farmerj to boycott the blnding twino until they can get it at something like fair terms It will not bo feasible however for tho farmers to simply stack their grain loose and they are likely to be t the mercy of the trust They will have an excellent opportunity of com- Â¬ paring the protection offered them by the Mills bill and that afforded by tho Republican Senators The passage of tho Senate bill by tho next Congrcs3 would bo the signal for tho formation of countless new trusts In addition to tho goodly number that now oppress American industry Groat is protee tection and to the trusts is its profit Albany A N Y S Argus MERiTfb REBUKE j How President Cleveland Disposed of the Direct Tax Uefundlnc MIL Among the last and most rightooiis executive acts of President Cleveland is his veto of tho so called Direct Tax Refunding bllL Tho pretended motive of tills meas Â¬ to the several ure was to refund commonwealths about 17000000 col- Â¬ lected from thole inhabitants tnoro than twenty five years ago upon a di- Â¬ rect tax lovied by the National Gov- Â¬ ernment to provido for its defense and safety Tho real motive was to get that amount of surplus revenue out of tho Treasury vaults in order to re- Â¬ move an awkward argument for re- Â¬ duction of the war tariff In reality tho Dill was a schemo to appropriate tho money of the people for a purpose wholly foreign to any constilutionil purpose or any just pol- Â¬ icy of the N ational Government Tho Congress may lay and collect taxes may in duties imposts and excises othor words raise a rovenuo by any of these modes for these specified pur- Â¬ poses To pay the National indebted- Â¬ ness to provide foi tha common de-Â¬ fense to promote the general welfare These goneral purposes include all the purposes of pence and of war for which the National constitu-Â¬ tion was ordained They include the establishment of justice tho insurance of eternnl tranquility and the secur- Â¬ ing of the blessings of liberty no less than the defense of tho nation against foreign and domestic cnomlos and tho promotion of the general welfa o of tho Republic not tho spe- Â¬ cial or particular welfare of sections classos or individuals Certainly the proposed appropria- Â¬ tion or 17000000 from the National THE TARIFF ISSUE A Necessity to the Successful xtstenceof the Democratic Iarty The adjournment of the Fiftieth Congress with tho Democratic reform bill defeated by tho Senate the Senate bill loft unconsidered because of its unconstitutionality and tlie Cowles bill smothered will lesvo the Issue be- Â¬ tween the parties exactly as it was made by tho St Louis and Chicago Tho Republicans may platforms abandon tho Chicago platform in tho Fifty fir3t Congress pod attempt to draw a tariff bill ot their former theory oi incidental protection but tho Democratic party will not change Its attitude In our prosent politics the fjdestitm of tariff Is tho only one which presents issues on which a Na- Â¬ tional party can bo held togethoP Tho Republican party distinctly sec- Â¬ tional and holding its theories of the tariff in subserviency to wealthy cor- Â¬ porations in a single section plays for power by forcing sectionalism as an issue above all others It has not yet felt tho neod of a distinctly Na- Â¬ tional Issue and there is no immediate prospect that it will do sa To the Democratic party on tho other hand a National issue involving its historic principles is a necessity of existences Kxcept as a National par- Â¬ ty It can not exist at atL It was Only by roslsting sectionalism and forcing tho National issuo of low taxation and econominal Government that its orÂ¬ ganization survived the shock of a war in which it was tho peace party and held together with increasing strength for twenty four years during which tho administration and patronage were in tho hands of tho warparty backed by the military power orgafl tzed a3 a sectional party and operat Â¬ ing on a sectional basis Following this National poicy the Democratic party has gained steadily on the popu- Â¬ lar vote since 1864 Tho fd3Ult of the advocacy of a low tariff for revenue is Illustrated by tho increased vote of the twonty years since 1868 The follow- Â¬ INCREASING TAXES The Republican Scheme of Ddcreaslnjr Itevenue by 110X1101 the Tariff the The official analysis of tho Sonata substitute for tho Mills bill shows ho tho Republicans have aimed to decrease the revenue by raising tho taxes In tho sugar schedule where 9 of every 10 paid in taxes are for revenue the ad valorem tax has been reduced from 7691 to 4087 and in chemical prod- Â¬ ucts wood and earthen ware there has been a reduction not averaging over 2 per cent in tho ad valorem rates In all other schedules tho ad valorem rates havo been increased by making the tax specific The following table from the report of the Treasury expe ts shows tho proposed increase In tho bverago ad valorem rates of tariff tax Â¬ ation aU ErMVi Itouit 3341 Chemical products Earthenware aad glais- 5308 ware XM C Metals D Wood and wooden wares ia47 E Sugar and molasses 7891 F Cigars tobacco etc 8333 2356 G Provtslons etc 7391 IL Wines liquors etc L Cotton and manufact 3999 ures of cotton J Flax hemp and Jute Â¬S3 10 1C Wool and manufact ures of woo 581 4971 L Silk and silk goods M 2213 Books papers etc 2474 N Sundries As a bribe to the iron A Ijxa 2707 50C1 JtV JIM 8065 B EC10 4023 axoo 6243 S33i 2633 7393 8907 2J91 4000 4971 UU1 4037 9340 2SI3 7893 4143 3291 7140 MB8 2476 2BJ1 uts Â¬ SF03 2314 and steel syndicates and trusts the rate of tax- Â¬ ation on metals and articles of metal though it is already excessive is to be On some increased 15 per cent articles in tho schedule as on cotton ties the proposed increase is from 100 to 300 per cent over present rates of tariff taxation No more audacious demand on the patience of a people was ever made than is made in this Republican measure drawn and offered for adoption by tho Republicans of the Senate in disregard of the constitution and in usurpation of the powers re- Â¬ served by tho constitution to tho House Some such measure will pass the next Congress and then the issuo will be ready for settlement It is be Â¬ tween a plutocratic government for plutocrats and a freo government for freo men Tho Communism of ing table exhibits itt Seymour in 34 S ates Greeley in 37 Slates Tilden nn So States Cleveland Hancock Cleveland IS8I 1838 2703613 83M79 4231835 444i03S 4911017 5534168 It is woll to keop before tho eyes of OCB Â¬ C K Suamons St I ouis Propr M A Simmons Lirer Medicine Eitd iso in the V S Court DEfiats J HZeilm Propr A QSimmont Liv Â¬ er Kecuiatar EMM br Zellln ls I A C 47 jeara cured iNDlorsTioN Biliousness Y rnui3icit IIKADACIIIUOST Dr f Tho Original Wins Bobbins EieciriG Soap iiux rr ArraTiTE Sour Jtomach Et o iieanai aaiorai jr CharehAdannTennM writes I mum a anoum nare been dead but lor your ueniune M A Sim raoat Liver Medidce I have sometimes had to tubsututa rmrpoe J la aa a a CMRrj THE BEST FAIRLY SOAP IK THE WORLD 11 qkhij iiissreflyrae VTHE mJ J J tmmujr raiagrrt CPlil a ZeiUna ttuB for your Medicine but it dont answer the 14etitea in ttnlKr to day tilth lEHmae incair ycar oco ill- TT OBOBl IlcSlllHC llBt CM II A jwrelfj fanesi xaiie It bright ni otaersoap frs eamthicst m Ox fca Omula for uiia R Graves EdHor Tkt a received a package of your Liver Medicine and have US4J half of it It workalike a charm I want no better Liver Krjrulator ard cer Â¬ tainly no more of Zcilina mixture DrJ i-h we paid Merer heen awouted or fjox the people certain facts in regard to that protective system which is so sacred in the eyes of modern Republicans that they would maintain It at the expense of free whisky and tobacco When a tariff for protection has been made to cover more than the total cost of production including both tho raw material and labor it will be difficult even for a protectionist to claim that the laborer gets the benefit of the tax or that the foreigner pays it For instance the duty on cylinder and crown glass is equal to about six per cent inoro than the cost of production Tho presence of such a law upon our statute books is a plain evi- Â¬ dence of the corrupting influence of the protective system Hero are a few articles that can bo clearly con sidered as within the range of the inequalities of the tariff Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ treasury to the several State treas- Â¬ uries was not to pay the National indebtedness was not to provido for the common defense was not to pro mole ike general welfare It was in fact a proposition to be- Â¬ stow a gratuity upon local treasuries without either a National or a local motive but only with vicious and cor- Â¬ rupt purposes of a monopolistic pluto- Â¬ cratic and unscrupulous class party Ism The veto of the iniquitous schemo is one of the righteous acts for which Grover Cleveland is entitled to the applause of all upright men The pass- Â¬ age of the iniquity by the Senate against the veto is an act for which tho Senators on that side havo estab- Â¬ lished a valid title to the execration of all upright men Chicago Globe Â¬ CLEVELANDS VIEWS He DIicumm His Administration and tlifc Future of the Itepubllo A few days before retiring from the Presidency Jlr Cleveland gave a long interview to n correspondent of the Herald As a result of the interview the correspondent has sent the follow- Â¬ ing to the Herald I have had a long talk with President Cleveland this morning It was really a talk for Mr Cleveland objots to a formal Interview Â¬ Xiil KOnp Is 49-4- Â¬ Ti 1J1 a n out ut ihe wort i oe- s aad white sal 11 uew airdics flmit baud bUnfectsac sniniipg leaving Cylinder and crown glass Steel for railway wheels Iron andsteel beams K ce cleaned Cat tor o L Woolen cloths from Ptr ttvt 105 ioi 102 113 05 to 00 jji HEAD THIS TWICE rri REptsRrotsTioof time of bbor o ef fuelnd J k Ubncwbcrc UoU b XI -- i ancbopjsulcccorIlistoUrec-tie Q MIll trtnl wH Jeawaurate its great aak It par you to auke ibtt mi T TKF JI b- - things u u extrauveiy Is ih sauJaadcwiatcfCmd -- How completely tho burdens have been placed upon backs least able to bear thorn can bo seen from the fol- Â¬ lowing statement On every dollars worth of the fol- Â¬ lowing articles purchased by the conÂ¬ sumer the amounts sot opposite have been levied as a tax Sugar about Salt about Fish from Common woolens Uncut diamonds Cot diamonds MtoSSo to Mo Freo 10 per cent 73 42o 500 JJewsrs of Imitations or anr othertnuui i i aaea RoMtlnit Heclnc Dnt Monictic Electro Mas c PI ihdctpMii Electne Wcatbeit Kdteaf They ria ct teat aad ate tiear at -- By price Al Set tle sily T5EE ZeSBI2kS EEKCTJKC tale taiMcaios as ceher i- s - aaa fellow rji naSiia ae caref J toYoarnniinflltvctiBSto aiappc ndoni va oigarafcntrataryowiclf isas 4d ratable J- aUcfif6Ccr EAD carefullylow land wrapper afasad 131tfaw the Lar t Keufjr crrry grocer frma M ine keep k ii aieck If okra loiat M lie each ILfllLlmk CUTTER GRINDER AND SHELLER Combined in One Frame Th Combined Feed Mill Made Onlv on r i tralr oaasriiil OobHits Efeotnc I L CRAGIX 27 53 Saaa- UO Wsrrasled a a to Give Satisfaction 1ilIIADRIriIIA 1A MpScE FIRE LIGHTNING- and - three duTeraot sized erteders upon tha niM xua at aay time BtaKy fire machlses is ana Scad ter drsalar to FBiZEU 27 53 HIACT IVKIianwhnx Ind TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies North America - Philadelphia - Massachusetts Springfield Get mania - - - Xew York - - Ilartford onrreeticut Niagara Now York Amazon Cincinnati Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia ROCK BOTTOM RATES Office at Farmers National Bank This list can bo extended to cover nearly every article required for daily use by the produolng classes in the country It is tho result of legisla- Â¬ tion by a party claiming to be the es- Â¬ pecial guardians of American labor It is the kind of protection that it is pro-Â¬ posed to maintain even at the expense of on entire abolition of tho internal taxes on liquors and tobacco Under this policy tho only equality contem- Â¬ plated is that the poor shall pay as much in amount as the wealthy Tho tax upon the sweetened coffee drank from Sevres china shall be no greater than upon that with which the miner softens his crust in the heavily-protecte- d tin cup Falling upon the ac- Â¬ cumulations of monopoly it is but a drop from on ocean of plenty Fall- Â¬ ing upon the earnings of tho manual laborer it becomes the warrant for perpetual slavery the death knell to all hope Tho farmer stopping for his noonday meal resting from a toil the product of which must compete in the open markets of the world pays more tax upon the woolen shirt that screenB him from summers heat and winters cold than does the protected million- Â¬ aire upon a pocketful of diamonds that would buy tho richest county in the State of Illinois But the farmer must toil or starve Ho must pay the taxes or starve for with the ingenuity of demonism they have been laid at the very door of life and control every avenue from the cradle to the grave By their weight the victim is denied all power to obtain that self culture need-Â¬ ed to expose tho fallacies with which his protests aro confronted and the old story Is repeated ignorance tho slave of avarice becomes the parent of poverty and the progenitoirof crime Chicago Leader GREAT IS PROTECTION How the Fanners Are Robbed by TaruT lired Monopolies Call aad see us before placing your lHHiraiiee BURNAJI HUME N B Milling property and country stores a specialty 31 Cincinnati The Popular Xtna between LAFAYETTE Indianapolis and TOiict Cizizu and then deelared his hope that the Repub lican party on its access on to power would pursue no course that could In any way rehabilitate the sectional animosities which have been dying out I was anx ous to know what he would say of the future prospects of the Republic He satd I am a Democrat with all the word implies I am moreover an intense Democrat in that I believe that the true principles of the Demo- Â¬ cratic party ars essential to the highest well being of th s country During tho war the Republican party had snpreme aad unques tioned control of public pol cr No one wll Question the servee it rendered at that time but the rank aad Sle of the army was composed largely of Democrats The Generals who won renown were also maayof them Democrats While there were among the Republicans a small minority of hot heads who found fault with the Lincoln Administration and among the Democrats an equal number of foss Is whose timidity was a National m sfortune the great bulk of tho people from East to West without respect to party ami ations were solidly patriotic and ready for any amount of sacrifice for the preservation of oar institutions It Is folly to claim that the war was fought by either Republicans or Democrats as It was fought by the Amercaa citizens of the North But it ii plain that under Ropubl can Administrations there has bees given a fresh Impetus to monop clies tiusts and combines Immense fortunes have been accumulated unknown In tho days of our fathers They are a peculiarity of post bellum times and the control which they arbitrarily ezereise over the cost of existence Is a direct menace to the well are of the working men and of our farmers On my surge it ng tho race question in the South Mr Cleveland sa d The South has partly recovered from the effects of the war and for twenty years 01 more has been putting all Its energies Into the soil and Into manufactures It has risen from a condition approaching ruin to a degree of financial and practical en terprse which renders it in some lnduv tries a sharp competitor with the North The sudden and marvelous recovery of the South in Industrial In terests Is a fact in which the wbolo Nation may well take pride And this fee ling of pnde would be universal if the professions so often made of complete reconciliation and a desire to Join in a hearty united effort to work out ourdestmy as a Nation were sincere The new relations between the whites and the negroes at the South are gradually arranging themsetves It must however be a work of time and of a long time before an entirely satisfactory result can be reached When I suggested some quest on as to the differences between the Incoming and the outgoing Administrations Mr Cleveland was quick wlih an answer Evidently he is in no wise disturbed by the fortunes of political war fare which have befallen him The people alone hs said have the right to rule the country and their will is law Mr Cleveland has no fear that the Demo- Â¬ cratic policy of an adjustment of tho tariff to the wants and c rcuinstances of those of our people who work for their living with a due regard to all other legitimate laterosts and en terprises will not ultimatsly commend ItseU to the American people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Cleveland referred to the last four years HIE CARRIAGES Pnllmwn Sleoplng Cars and Elegant IU cllnlnc- Chair Cora on llight Trains HagnlflrantParlT Cars on Say Trains CHIICAG Tit Estirt Train ETI THEGiCa O Ballot lurlQcation Congressman Hills of tariff bill fame says that ho behoves in the exposure of election fraud and corruption in all its manifold phases until bribe giving and bribe taking shall become odious in the estimation of all decsut men of both parties and until men who buy votes and men who sell them shall be ab Â¬ horred by every rospcctablo citizen Mr Mills thinks that more can be secured in this direction by newspaper agitation than by the enactment of laws While tho news Â¬ papers appreciate tbo compliment to them Implied in Mr Mills suggestion we are still of tho opinion that the laws and their enforcement must be mainly relied upon for ballot purification The newspapers are always ready to aid In any good work and have invariably proved valuable allies to tho authorities in ferreting- out wrong doing But cays the St Paul Globe the porpetration of election frauds is one of the crimes that can not bo stamped out unless we have proper laws th a public sentiment to enforce them The Legislature of this State has now a bill before it embracing the Australian election system which is conceded to be the most successful experiment that has yet been tried Iu the way of securing ballot As the platforms of both purification political parties in this State declared In favor of the Australian system we take for granted that this or a similar bill will bo passed during the present session When that is done the newspapers can bo relied on to do their share in accomplishing the results designed by the law - SOZjED Louis Cincinnati and St El Fsar TU the C L St L Ballniy Pallman BaSet Sleeping I an Pullman ItecKntor Chair Cars N Flrat Claaa Coarher Secoad Ctass Coaches and Haprr CarK all ran through witheut chaakrc between Ciaoacatl and SU Loiua Brrwtix A C TS OJXXZBi asd VaaJalls line kEIognnt Reclining Chair Cam TRtUrSDdT UfRhert TJn CsmmociiGus Reclining Chair Csr ar C Cincinnati and Fsorla HI I Tl srrwrajt rwEU K KENTUCKY CARRIAGE 4 WORKS PEOPniETOB sasdiate and from tfcs C I fit ItibitftRaSt f4is tad rrrt rvaarrllom art fortbwft tatit V 1 t Via FeUllM fc W SHSaTEOX 4 C and T P V - JOHN DONELSON prt tf st ia - TtaHijfcsiteniCtatp I aa be obtained tOHH Casta t ill iftedtil r at anv Ticket OaVe CI C Ryalsowa hialir talCoapoa 1 Offices llirrm t - rci a t r- HARRISOH D MILLER ie9 IRVINE STREET ECAH0taririrfjr7 crsr TtnStlM JtUM Mr Next Door to Post Office mrrssb a SBrJBRjKafa - SIM timlil Hue 2 tHB UMtr I ri ia U wcrML FPIE iwri 7i rime Cimi a fym II Aid mm m tUi aUMfttWfcbWarltl - fcrt fettos inn ldSV TTrilMmi iiaVr1 1 One 1tmici is Mrh u crltir I Car a lvwtt f It ti b nt vt r Urjrt IIB4halCt vU famak wh Frotnjtir CARPETS LAID IN FINE ilTVLE Gtre Mm Can 4- b ran f tmrm Am Wjatek at mem cA wt Wat a Scb16 frrtktrtc Addmc fDAHacCUtH sbs Bt2XortSaBeULjalee mJ jmmt 9 owfti mn cBaAHT hicaw km for Vre Li a tka watrk and aXtr Tm 1wt km tarn iawt- thm t Tli t Br aVavA f 27 26 The farmer must be protected wheth Â¬ er he fancies it or not and to ensure him the benefits of protection tho binding twine trust was devised It is organized for tho philanthropic pur- Â¬ pose of controlling the supply and price of an Indispensable article Tho rast wheat fields of the West consume in harvest time enormous quantities of this twine on which the present tariff exacts a duty of thirty five per cent ad valorem and from which tho Mills bill proposed to take off ten per cent The twinemen encouraged by the unconscionable increase of duty proposed by the Senate bill have com- Â¬ bined to take the fullest advantage of the opportunity which will be afforded them should the Senate bill become a law in the next Congress According to the Republican method of protect- Â¬ ing the fanner tho duty is to bo forty per cent ad valorem on tho most expensive kind of twine and about two hundred per cent on the least expensive The manipu Â¬ lations of the trust may send tho price of binding twine up next summer to a figure that will place it out of the reach of tho farmer unless ho is prepared to mortgage his harvest to obtain supply of an article that Is Indispensable for his work The Western Rural an influential agri it The best time to give a full allow- Â¬ ance of corn and corn meal Is when the weather Is very cold Corn pro-Â¬ motes warmth and a liberal feed of corn is the best protection against cold next to shelter During moder Â¬ ate weather tho supply may bo dimin ished accord in r to the necessity of the Â¬ case These figures show that the Demo- Â¬ cratic National vote has more than Louis Republic kept pace with tho growth of the CURRENT COMMENTS5 Whon after tho surrender coiyitry of 1872 and the nomination of a pro-Â¬ The irresistible tide of enlight Â¬ tectionist the party nominated a Dem- Â¬ ened public opinion sets more and more ocrat in 187C on A tarlfMorrovenue strongly against tho spoils system only platform it olectod him and N Y Evening Post polled more than a majority of the John Chinaman has no reason popular vote With its to complain of the inequalities of the candidate In 1880 the party tariff Joss sticks are on the free list gained only 157000 votes over 1876 Bibles pay a duty of twenty five per but in 1881 it gained 479000 over 1880 cent Chicago Leader and in 1838 623151 over 1884 If Elijah Halford the Winsome The Tilden vote of j876 on tho tariff Whistler of tho Wabash makes as reform issue gavo the Democratic good a private secretary as Daniel S party its rightful place as tho National Lamont he will be second best private party When Hancock shirked the secretary on record Utica Observer National issue the majority vote went A Mr St John is now booked to Garfield but it came back to Cleve- Â¬ as tho next British Minister to this land who not only held it but country This will bo rather unpleas- Â¬ it on the single National issue ant for Secretary Blaine who will havo of tariff reform against war sectional- Â¬ to receive him The name has dis- Â¬ ism and war taxation agreeable associations for tho Maine Take away this National issuo and man dating back to 1884 Boston the sectional party may be as sectional Globe as It pleases without losing control of History will count tho Cleve the Government provided it maintains Â¬ of decency and curbs its land Administration as honest patria semblance otic and remarkably industrious The propensity for wholesale plunder If the Democratic party dared abandon country is the better for it and tho tho only important National issue in country will more and more clearly our politics it would not havo a fight- fecognlzg tho fact as tho years go on N Y Commercial Advertiser ing chance in a pinglo one of the Men engaged in the business of States and the Southorn Northern Stato3 would become Republican as canning vegetables meats etc are at soon as the Republican party would last awakening to tho fact that the Senate bill by more than doubling the let them St Louis Republic tax upon tho tin plates they use will greatly injure their business A pe- Â¬ WHAT WE MUST DO tition is being circulated through the Some of the Sacred Duties of the Iarty In country protesting against this in- Â¬ Opposition creased and unnecessary tax Albany There is no philosophy that can sweetN Y Argus en a defeat but there aro many considThe number of working men may mitigate it3 bitter- Â¬ erations which who believe that a high tariff is detri-Â¬ ness It is well to make tho most even mental to their interest has been of a losing cause and to study its posswelled considerably since tho 6th of sibilities for good November last The promise made It is well to remember that the Dem- previous to that time that ocratic party was not driven from of President Cleveland wouldthe defeat lncreo30 power on account of any offense the compensation of the working men against the public welfare any overt and infuse new life into industrial es- Â¬ act contrary to tho host interests oi tablishments to havo been an Sins of omission in- empty one seem3 tho country Tho reductions of wages deed it had to answer for but only idle workshops put tho on account of the disloyalty of a fac- and the fasohood on have stamp of it Harrisburg joined the Republicans to Pa tion that Patriot prevent wholesome legislation but the power of that faction had been reNot Democratic Crime duced to a minimum and a great It is a singular fact that from the avÂ¬ measure of reform had been carried as far as Democratic votes could carry erage Northern stand point lawlessness occurring in tho it before the day of defeat Tho party Is never attributedWest and Northwest to party spirit or therefore fell while doing its duty to party influence Murders lynch and in tbo plurality of the popular vote which it secured car ied with it ings mob law terrorism and every a vote of confidence from the country conceivable form of outlawry in the Tho successful party has tho power Western and Northwestern States and and the patronage but it is a mistake Territories are complacently sot downÂ¬ to underestimate the influence of the as wild westcrnlsms tho natural outIndeed as a rules the growth of a new and semi barbarous opposition party in opposition is much more use- society which excuses aro always at ful than tho party in power Partly hand for such manifestations of disorfrom patriotic considerations partly der and crime Tho country in which from motives of party policy the op- Â¬ they occur is nearly always spoken of Better things position has for centuries been the as new and tough palladium of the peoples rights It are looked for by and by when society has been under the protection of mi- shall have been fully organized and norities that tho spirit of liberty has law shall havo been established in all watched and waited for its oppor- Â¬ its strength Tho region of Arkansas in which Clayton was killed is In tho tunity new tough and Flushed with its victory dubious as same sense It was the Republicans return to power Some of its people are not unlike the The shot gun and with the inclination to inaugurate a Western desperado tho revolver settle mo3t of the dis- Â¬ Â¬ saturnalia of agression and of rapac- putes ity Between that and tho barriers of tions there as they do in many sec- Â¬ of the constitution which they would over- Â¬ Colorado Dakota Montana Wyoming and Idaho Crime in that leap between them and tho Treasury which they would pillage stands the section of Arkansas is no more Demo- Â¬ Democratic minority in both houies of cratic than crime In some of the Congress charged with Iho duty of pro Â¬ Northwestern Territories named Is Re- Â¬ tecting the interests of the people to publican Efforts to prove to the the full extent of their power It will contrary will not do successful Chicago Herald be theirs to scrutinize with tho utmost care every measure proposed by the SPIRIT OF THE PRESS majority to resist every vicious pro- Â¬ The Ohio crowds greoting the posal and to expose by free discussion where free discussion is possible every aew President were the largest and assault upon tho interests of the musses noisiest Every Ohio man is expecting Louisville Courier-Journand every concession to monopoly something and greed As the advocates of the The fiery and frothy Foraker people it Is thoir duty to prepare a cose for submission to the voters nt protests that he was true to Sherthe Congressional elections of 1890 and man In the Chicago convention last So was Garficd in 1880 1892 and the Presidential election of summer Uncle John must sigh for a double the lattor year Freed by defeat from the importunities of ofHco seikera dealing traitor These true blue sup- Â¬ they will have leisure to preparo for porters aro fatal to his chances N two great educational campaigns in Y World Protected Pennsylvania now prothe y oars named and the Democratic press and the rank and file of the poses to stop work in her anthracite party as well will heartily second tboir coal mines two days each week-- The country Is so prosperous at the mere efforts Louisville Courier JourniJ propeot of a high tariff Administration that Pennsylvania wants two holidays Station Annunciators every week to shout over it CleveThere has recently been adopted on all land Plain Dealer Russian railroads a device which might Mr Arkell editor of the Judge well be introduced in this country hoth has just presented Mr Russell Harrison on ordinary railroads and on the ele with a plug hat that C03t 100 Wo hod vated roods of this ally It conilsti supposed that Mr Arkell had more merely of a tablet conspicuously dis taste and discrimination than to mae played in each compartment of a train a gift involving the beneficiaryi wearbearing tho name of the next stopping ing moro on his1 head than in it place A simple bit of mechanism ena- Chicago News bles one of the train hands to mako the No Democrat for a half century necessary chango for each station Such has done so much to redoom the Dem- Â¬ an arrangement is comparatively inex- ocratic name and fortune as Mr pensive and Is of very great sorvice to Cleveland and he retires with the passengers Tho United States oujht cordial egpoct of a vast body of his not to bo behind Russia in railroading countrymen for his- patriotic purpose If tho Czar s subjects are thus informod Tils integrity and his courage Har Â¬ that the noxt stop will be at Samoohtra pers Weekly IQd- lovitchl or Goponovslschlno or what Four new States aded to tho ever it may be surely he citizen of Union during President Clevelands ad- Â¬ this enlightened community ought to ministration That will not sound have something bettor than a brace badly when chltdron read it in mans yawp to toll them the d fferorfco their school histories ten years hence The last State to onter the Union came between Trtvth art and TwtzkV1 N Y Tribune in under the administration of Presi Â¬ dent Grant Boston Globe Â¬ Â¬ Wealth forces tho issue and it will bo forced to abide tho result St REPUBLICAN CONSPIRACY the a O P Proposes to Maintain Its Bold on the Country is ques Â¬ What are we hero for tion no longer asked In Republican circles It Is perfectly well under Â¬ stood that where two or three Repub- Â¬ lican politicians are gathered together tiu object is to get office It is quite truo that the hunger for office is not wholly confined to any one party Even among Democrats who are politically speaking the salt of the earth there sometimes may be found men possessing a generous am- Â¬ bition for the honors and emoluments of office But it Is among Republicans that the appetite has attained Its high- Â¬ est development To them it is the breath of life By a curious miscarriage of our electoral system tho Republican mi Â¬ nority in the United States have capt- Â¬ ured the offices for tho ensuing four yeara They are not satisfied with this unexpected and undeserved favor of fortune Having secured tho pat ronago ior ono Presidential term they are resolved to hold it forever To this end they have formed an elabo Â¬ rate and far reaching conspiracy tho details of which are developing from day to day Tho creation of new States out of such of tho Territories as are consid- Â¬ ered reliably Republican and a refusal to admit those likely to bo Democratic In this is ono oioment of the scheme way the Republican majority in tho Houso and the Senate will be increased and tho chances ot controlling the Electoral College greatly augmented But this Is not enough to make Re-Â¬ publican success at the polls a certain- Â¬ ty Four new Republican States would add perhaps twelve electoral votes to tho Republican column Last year when King Boodle gave them Now York and Indiana they did not neod these votes On tho other hand in 1834 when Cleveland obtained 219 electoral votes to 182 for Blaine twelve additional votes would havo done the Republicans no good Hero is a contingency that has to bo proÂ¬ vided for To guard against any such untoward accident as Democratic success in Presidential or Congressional elec- Â¬ tions tho plan is to take charge of the election machinery in the States Give tho President power to re elect himself nt will or what comes to tho same thin to count himself in Give XIow D MAIMT P STREET ARMBR JEWEXBR 1 JvBBaHaHTiarl 3bL9SSbP 1 I SaHaM W tbB laffll Hr T To The Public BOOTS SHOES -- him the right to control th rough his ap- Â¬ pointees all elections for members of Congress Subsidiary to this schemo is the proposition to subject the Southern States to some sort of discipline by which some of them may be forced to give Republican majorities Precise- Â¬ ly how this is to be done is not yet apÂ¬ parent but no doubt a plan has been matured for the purpose and will bo developed when the opportune time ar- Â¬ rives Will this conspiracy be successful Unquestionably there are elements of danger in it Tho Presidency was stolen once and there is a possibility that the crime may bo repeated But tho chances are altogether the other way Efforts of this kind are pretty likely to come to naught In very closo elections fraud and conspiracy not infrequently may de- Â¬ feat the peoples will But when there comes a popular uprising when the people awake to the danger of losing their sovereignty the most elaborate plots count for nothing and the con- Â¬ spirators come to grief The Repub- Â¬ lican plot to hold on to power is too elaborate and is likely to work out its Louisville Courier own destruction AND HATS aSaTV WALLACE RiC L Ui We havp an immense stock of Fall--and--Wint- er-- Goods CONSISTING OF AXjZj GRADES and from the medium price to the liighot Ii - ouraiwi to suit the public mid to do it we have bmihi munis to suit everybody We do not keep sImmM tat good honest goods at honest prices We handle fie best makes of custom goods and wnh h lMre gi i- PRICES your patronage if prices are a condition Respectfully Journal mch2l iy CALLAGE BICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BUDDHA IN GOTHAM American Followers of Confuclns Who Believe In Transmigration About fifteen years ago Wong Chin Foo the Buddhist priest came to this CO country from China on a strange mis- Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF sion He announced that as the Christian- Â¬ -fcj ized world has been for many years rJ sending missionaries to his country to p cr teach his people their religion he thought it no more than fair that thoy should respond by enlightening the people on this side of the world re Â¬ S m Whereupon he garding their faith o proceeded to expound the religion of K Buddha which he claimed was taught by Confucius many centuries before p o the era of what we call Christianity Wong Chin Foo was a graceful speaker and managod to evolve some CJ very clever argumonts Ho traveled from ono end of the country to tho oth- Â¬ er finally making his headquarters in Now York Write for Catalogue CINCINNATI OHIO U S A Meantime other exponents of the 30 3 Buddhist faith have risen and clubs havo been formed throughout the city of people who call themselves Theo But the articles of their faith sophists and that taught by Confucius are al- Â¬ most identical Their meetings are usually on week day evenings at somo private dwolllng ns they have no places especially so apart for their classes N 106 W Main St next door to Second National Bank A peculiarity of this belief is im- Â¬ pressions For instance one of their A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAlt of eerv description The clubs was in the habit of meeting al UNIVERSAL PLQW both right and left hand eqMI to anv plow tho home of a lady who lives in nn old Double Stwvel Plow house on Thirty fourth street and who made The best cultivator in tlie market PUMPS always has a number of people in her Sewer Pipe in abundance family A change was made to a new DLI1VE house on Seventy ninth stoot The reason assigned was that the Choice lot of CUTLERY edge tools dtUll kiwis Builders Hardware impression of all the people who had abundance lived In that house and who were pres Â¬ in ent there day by day made such confu-Â¬ sion to the spiritual senses that very much of tho profit of their meeting was 30 THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE I Si 13 u FIflSE VEHICLES FOR THE TRAD E Breck Phelps E3I A IR FULL ID TAT Jl IR jB A OF rilSTTVVItE ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER lost s al Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Some of them eschew flesh as an ticle of diet Most of the Theosophists believe ia tho theory of reincarnation and many of them believe in transmigration Those of the latter class hold that one ot the punishments for sin is being condemned to pass a lifetime inhabit-Â¬ ing tho body of a lower order of ani Â¬ mal life Some of them havo a vory comfort- Â¬ able belief that the things we miss in this life will be made up to us In that which is to follow Followers of the faith claim that a race of beings may bo produced with such high spiritual sense such freedom from all that is earthy that tho world and the people in it may bo entirely cleansed from sin It will be upon the principal of evo- Â¬ lution thoy say a process which has been going on sinco tho world began And in proof of thoir theory thoy com Â¬ pare tho intelligent highly cultivated jnen and women of to dny with the hu- Â¬ man beings who existed in prc historio times who with prehensile jaw and ravenous instinct tore the raw flesh of animals and had no othersensos save that of the coarsest animal desire N Y Morning Journal ar- Â¬ Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings jvebr3 BRECK Shingles Laths JSm T ftOt SevrlBKMnchlneTI jn i trad trocw all can a 1 ii ia y i FMEXPS Rough and Pressed JLumber Lime Cement Hair Main Street helow 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky B H BTEBS toJfZ7s 1 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