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HWk r TWSW W c iH o rH -- nfi 51 ess1 J3 Jr fcu n 1 IP pW sL - iLiEff IT wVQxli SJ volume it DRIFT OF OPINION RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1889 X NUMBER EDISONS Great Fatare PHONOGRAPH 41 PROFESSIONALJDABDS The original Harrison man DR A WILKES SMITH continues to drop in on tho General two or three times a day Cincinnati ZDentaJ Enquirer Practice Limited to Dentistry Chandlers idea of naval admin- Â¬ istration is millions for repairs for OFFICE Smith Bunding Main Street rings and for M unseaworthy hulks but 100 to Office hours 900 to 1200 not a cent for a ship that can float or 3une22 tf ooP M fight St Louis Post Dispatch DDS President Cleveland is said to J C MORGAN be very unpopular among tho citizens OFFICE Main street over Madl of Washington D C This is quite Wn National Bank Richmond Ky satisfactory evidence that plunder has jure 2 tf been scarce at the capital during the last four years Chicago News DR J M POYNTZ Senator Chandlers bill making BURGEON AND a t5000000 appropriation for rams is FHVSICIAN nPFUE Second street next to probably intended as a recognition of juneSStf the services of tho sheep who turned Whiles Drug Store out so numerously and voted for pro-Â¬ tection in tho recent election Boston G W EVANS M D Herald BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN If some of the millionaires who OfrFICE Becond street made their money under a protective tariff and gave it to found universities juiif22tf could come to life and see these- insti- Â¬ DR T J TAYLOR tutions filled with free trade pro- Â¬ Medicine and Surgery fessors they would not be as happy as Pramtiner iu they might be Providence R- - L RICHMOND KY Journal OFFICE Second atreetover Dykes The work of building a navy jutieglt bncery Snre able to give the United Slates rank Â¬ DR JOHN M FOSTER among the naval powers has been carried on well toward completion All MAIN STREET share the hope that the work may bo Nixi Dor to Luxnns Up Stairs finished by the next administration Hr iIfiiCf at Or Main Mid Tates Creek without Ihoso frauds and scandals which disgraced for year3 tho Repub- Â¬ Avenue lican managomont of tho navy Al Â¬ tune 22 tf bany Argus ROBERTS DR Tho biggest joke of tho day is p lux proftrional services to tbe the remark that Blaine may decline oSr pu f State portfolio AVhen tho ice in drug ttrietticliroimd store on lower Mniu tbe grows on orange trees when pol- Â¬ crop Ky jaly27 ly Mrrrt iticians lose their Itching for office when the fountain of hope in the hu U C AMBROSE DR man breast dries up when Wiggins A asr prophecies are fulfilled then James FORO KY G Blaine will decline But that is not to 4 oclock in tbe af 1889 New Haven Register Office hours ternoon It appears that tho prices and jue 22 tf production of pig iron aro to be sub- Â¬ jected to a powerful combination of W T SEXSM1TH M DM speculative manipulators iho inwill bo felt such a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON fluence of the lino syndicate manufactur- Â¬ of our all along WHITE HALL KY ing industries It is an important Uficrs hi profewioaal service to the move ia tho great game of money- auj17 xyr making profit for the texr loss for j ulic the many Buffalo Courior lilH iaBriBBnHiHiHBaBBiHaKViBE3HaHnafoaMaBnauonaH xxuvvn given np to As a eaving in the writing the phonograph promises to far outstrip the type writer The borf ness man can dictate to the phono- Â¬ graph as fast as Jn can talk and tho wax cylinder injlojvl in a suitable box can be sent aft by mail to read out its meseag3 perhaps thousands of miles away Or else as U mow doae in Mr Edisons laboratory in Orange N J the type writer girl can print employer has on upon paper what dictated to the phoaograph For tho Talkh- i- MxMa rrtll lias ftwr t Xw The Ok Doctors Itcace bloo1 modern doetom deaaae it i reasrl rirauuati for Altera tive It is nnw w ll known jtMjMi are tine nut to over 4 ant to imparity of the Blood tmd H H rnnally well attested that no bkwl is no efficacious aa Ajrera Jrew ts I e hr Sanaparilla - Om of a thiMren k We Weak wt on the Inc viwnla reunites tor a V lis xnmwonMsbftrtlv heat Bat it Torse We oagUt mnucai aavnaw were tetd that aa alterative J Aycra SarjapaoHa was Mecejaary aciag alanve all others w naeI it with aaer rrtons tMnts TU sore healed aa health ami strength rjKtiy returned J J Anuatruug Weimar Texas MI Clad The Most Phenomenal Success in the Mercantile History of Richmond is the PHIL pstsici Â¬ Â¬ 3L3stllisliecL et Pew Yegs And Now forIN the Spring- of - a 1 RAPIDLY AND PRICES ARE BEING NAMED NEW GOODS AEE POURING THAT FOR CHEAPNESS FAIRLY TAKES THE BREATH OF CUSTOMERS OUR STORE IS ALREADY PACKED AND JAMMED FROM PLOOR TO CEILING WITH TIIE MOST reporter the editor and the author who can dictate a djvico has been adapted to tho phonograph which eartsee it to atop its message at every tenth word and to cootinua only when a spring is touched Thus the editor can dietato his article to the phono- Â¬ graph a he does now to his stenog Â¬ rapher aad when tbe printer at the ease gets the resulting phonogram tho instrument will dictate to him in short not set np If ho senteaees sentence at oao hearing tbe it will repeat it ten words If he U sati3ed it reads out ten words more I really see no Veafeon why the newspaper of the future should not eocte to the sub Â¬ scriber in the shape of a phonogram It would hare to bogin bowerer with a table of contents in order that one might not have to listen to a two booni speech upon tbe tariff question in order to get at ten lino of a musical notieo Bat think what a musical critic might bo able to do for his public He might give them whole arias from an opera or movements from a symphony by way of proof or illustration The very tones of an actors or singers voloe might be re-Â¬ produced in the morning notice of last nights important dramatic or musical event It has been remarked br the war that bu tinesa letters and orders by phonograph would not be so irimlinr as whoa pat in black and white upon paper A little wax c microscopic with inder covered dots would not be eoneidered as But in court good evidence inflecvoice if the speakers n Recom mended Ayers Sarsananlla A MoeA tho rare wtniirable remedy disease I presenile it aad it don tha S I Pater Jf work every time fc totem t Manhattan Kjasaa we have aold Ayera aawnpadaw here for over thirty year aad always reeeaaaaend it when asknl to name the WT best Moed puriner Augusta Ohio Dross continue te ha Ayers stanalani remetUes in spun oc au TWK etito i lake Mich Ayers Sarsafiariila Dr J C Aycr ntErAszs by k Co Lowea Maes WonaaAahaUl 3 rrtel 43 fcc botifa liAWEEK CiubSrtt I OU3 i wUcucravaiut to tbe brvcr s zsy iMCalmect syw- a j MffSSttfe - 4rJS9isB jvjfrif to u co opcrau3 j T I uc rmraSfls ha 7w5jt fcs Witch C3ub V uuia wi vac ok sm kv w are tkaMF ui lamM wiich busmes la tbe trwrld W mUJ IMiltf first mulitv voooc bet aStmr ic at otiicr set fbv ec 1 mu- I fund lta mon mrotr mm out tboovi each Club for each I and wcRtcadh wuch Mac it ssof is icubtr sly prJ rl mm -- radquatr OarMeSttverWatekj m IW4 zwKwzaamn amy i mti Stem-- Wind Aacncaa Lew Watch caber hancnj cue or opee Opes race ftnt quality ttaTened Goki nmrnrinTrTrrW Hr1 m- Â¬ LITTLE CHILDREN KENTUCKY RICHMOND They Are Mm rortry of the World and Practicing Physician the Fre ili Flowers or Our Homes Children are tho poetry of tho world nR rs his nrofessional services to the 29 the fresh flowers of our hearths and public homes little conjurors with their natural magic evoking by thoir spells DR S M what delights and enriches all ranks PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON and equalizes tho different classes of RICHMOND KENTUCKY society Although children often bring with Office In Smith Building on Main jttiily them anxieties and caros and live to Sireet occasion sorrow and grief we should M D get on very badly without them If H there was nover any body any whore PHYSICIAN and SURGEON to be feenbut grown up men and wom- Â¬ RICHMOND KY en how we should long for tho sight Offlee iu Smkb Building on Main of a little child Street Evory infant comes into the world Hpeeial attention given to Microscop Â¬ like a delegated prophet the harbin- Â¬ ical aud Chemical examinations of ger and herald of good tidings whose tissues and fluids ef the human body office it is to turn the heois of the 22juiietf fathers to the children and to draw the disobedient to the wisdom of the DR C S just A child softens and purifios the Physician end SaraeonV heart warming and melting it by its Heawjuthlc gentle presence it enriches the soil Richmond Kentucky by new feelings and awakons within Office Main Street over DM Brights it what is favorable to virtue It is a Offier liours S o to 1100 A M 2 00 to beam of light a fountain of love a a no P M whose lessons few can resist Special attention given to diseases of teacher Children recall us from much that women ami alt diftcult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and engenders and encourages selfishness Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ that freezes the affection roughens tho marx6iv- dress manners indurates tho hoart they brighten the home deipen love invig- Â¬ GIBSON orate exertion infuse courage and DR H ol life Practitioner in Medicine Surgery vivify and sustain the charities if it It would be an unattractive world 61 50 RED HOUSE KY was not embelished by little children N Y Lodger i t -- Wheres the Fascination 7 UNION CITY KY The proprietor of a pool room re Â¬ OnVrn bi profes lnnal pervicea to the marked as ho glanced over a hundred puMic Oflicr at Powells store 12- or two men who wore scattered about It is a mysterious thing to his place me where the fascination of the game BURN AM of pool comes in There aro men hero to night who have been coming here steadily every evoning in the week ex Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY cept Sundays for eight or ten years tur Some of them arc old some middlo AR F OFFICE with June 22 tl 111111 imi Firct Street aged and someyoung men They arrivo with the regularity of fate immediateJ A SULLIVAN ly after dinner usually smoking a big cigar pull off their coats and go to work in a leisurely manner to play pooL Of course they aro good RI HMOND KENTUCKY must 1e after so much OFFICE on First street same a formerly occupied by County Judge practice They poke the balls for an orto iy Mnler hour or two drink three or four glasses of beer light another oigar CS and toddle off home perfectly content- Â¬ ed and thoroughly satisfied with their evenings amusement I am oasily en Â¬ RICHMOND KY tertained but it would take more than that sort of thing to keep me going Offlee on Second Street jane 22 tf night after night as tho years go by These men however soom not to know S Pool to seen a sensation as boredom them is an exciting pastime forever Chicago Journal RICHMOND KY Hoosier Bennys Cabinet Offlee corner Main and First streets 1- up Mains over Ramseys Secretary of State J F CORNELISON Attractive Assortment of Seasonable Goods ever displayed in this city and every article on shelves or counters is a real LETCHER great big bargain AS T are thrown out as baits and prices advanced on other things to make up loss of profit But while Muslins Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all staple domestics are from lines are astounding This is the banner department of our mammoth busfness There is scarcely a shade or quality not to be found here including all the new novelties in Plaid and Striped Woolen Fabrics all new shades of Henriettas c on down to Satteens and cheap Dress Goods We sell the choicest importations of French Satteens best make at 30c per yard Call and see them Â¬ Â¬ W BRIGHT to spend a cent in our house until you are thoroughly convinced it is the best place in this or any surrounding city to invest one to three cents lower than regular old fashioned prices the reductions on other HOLTON We would rather not have your money than fail to make such an impression on your mind But we do implore you most earnestly to wander through the wilderness of splendid attractions and matchless values we display Â¬ R DR T J FAIN K5qBsa3 Attorney at Iaw ET We can show you Carpets of all grades and patterns from the cheapest to the fin- Â¬ est and we guarantee to name prices that will suit you all You cant afford to buy a Carpet before you see this stock Attorney at laaw POWELL K Use to Ask How play--erTh- ey A keen wide awake buyer always on the it Is 3Giie about half of one side of the entire store being given to Shoes and the only wonder Often is how thev can be sold bo low either the leather or the labor represents Somebody has lost every cent we ask money on them but we cant help that and our customers get the benefit Chil drens Spring Heel Shoes 60c to 85c in Kid or Goat that seli at 140 to 150 Shoes that we price at 100 to L50 entirely dumbfound customers when quality is considered Genuine Hand Made Calf Boots at 275 worth 450 Â¬ Â¬ It is simply a Great Sihas Stare itself SHOE DEPARTMENT tion and acoont were so reproduced Ibat rfitnesse could swear to the perÂ¬ How sonality would it not suffice couhl there be any diapute over a mans will wnea the voice of the dead man was heard In music as I have already said the value of the phonograph even in its present condition is indisputable MuÂ¬ sicians are divided and probably al Â¬ ways will be as to the manner in which certain famous symphonies ought to be conducted Tbe metronome marks used by Beethoven are but uncertain guides at best while no written directions as lo gynamie values expression etc are worth much The phonograph will at least make it possible for the musi Â¬ cian of tho future to know exactly how our composers wished their music ft wilt repeat that music as given playd to day with evcy hadu of ex Â¬ pression with oU its infinite changes of tiBo Moreover tho phonograph will offer to tho composer that long sought irretrutmmt an automatic re-Â¬ corder of improvisation upon the piano or other instruixrent In the far off future when our descend Â¬ ants wiah to compare our sim Â¬ ple little Wv7eor operas vrith the complex production of thoir own days requiring perhaps a dozen orchestra playing in half a dozen dffrant krnstone j tjiey will have accurae phuo graphic record of our harmonic sim Â¬ It ufalireJ liltrfS S by others We fad a fint cUu Srdeaed Gold Case Bach I more utKtorv and aervKeaUe thaal any Sobd Gold Case that can be sold at I cheap I less tbaa double rb nwoey sMiritMri watch Mid Sir tobd cases are urrwubly tlua weak j sbortnse Oa Watch contuaol Baacreas important paieMK tra- nrovemeataof mal hnoeftaiKC to accarH 39 niMn9 JArr TMAmf- - Patl StM0t I HTWcrVwsjicfcireeoBtforwclosrreiy It ifaav MlfaruBncr aBBeonacedWa either bttty aadserwee to any K Watch - ODeariceorHnaUBe JUJ- the aostexactiBe ase asd is Iroad Watch made Jpea race or Rataf Al these prices are either cash or ia dobs j IJUOilMrSMMA OwiaOHUnjutniKDU eyciiy uimuneu r ifcct 1100 a terete 0C4 Tire Kewlot RitaSaliCsrteotea Pi ST HKM Aeuts Wasted inxtMl Ml MM WtMtM Wiles utBi tl I UT 1 CO Max Watch Iswalator I A mrrfrrtsrotMtSM MlmM bum Sr1 by lfwr - wSrV Wt rtn- - sua- oi r tr UfTtC7 fr 32 j s - Yon IDoiit Save to Go a Step farther for a splendid bargain in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hats Clothing Underwear Trunks Ya lises Attorney at Law Attorney at J STEED SMITH market with bullion to back him can do anything All people want is the goods 1 aaus tSism at low prices asid ill Ilfi WMl At pro323t but lew of the new phono Â¬ graphs have been finished and those SHORTtST MJIES When only for exhibition purposes oSfered for sale seems to they will bo be doubtful probably within a few Mr Edison says that by tbe months BETWKRN beginning of 1S3 th3 phonograph will be far loss of a curiosity than the teleÂ¬ phone ia now and that he could begin GtnciDnali and selling the instruments at once if he were fully satisfied with them There TIMS 27 H0UHS is always something which needs im- Â¬ proving Just at present there is 12NTIRE TKAINri BAGGAGE CARS needed a funnel for so magnifying the DAY COACH sound that it the instrument is placed AND SIjEEPBBS in tbe center of a table all the persons sitting around can hear its reading or music For tho last year it has been Run ThrHJh Wiih nt Gtwufe the same story the phonographs would be ready for sale next month 110 MILES TIIE SHORTEST It was so a year ago and it may be so 7 HOURS TIIK QUICKEST a year from now But these many de Â¬ BKTWEKM lays which have made people rather JacksoaTiHrkeitia skeptical as to the doings of the phono- Â¬ Cincinnati graph do not make the wonders al Â¬ TIM1528 HOURS ready achieved less wonderful or warÂ¬ Line Running rant any doubts as to the vast possi Â¬ T1m Ouly Cars rtoetaaatl to Ttweasgh Jack- SleetiiwK con- Â¬ bilities which the little device Withewt Chimja MHivilre tains Atlantic Monthly plicity U 8 Hours the Quickest ii m 4 j lew Qrieus a a 8 a n s - W MOBERLEY te It Wonldbe tie GreatestFolly Xsaw CKAS S POWELL SMITH POWELL Fire Insurance We represent ten of the strongest iu Hie Fire Insurance Companies world we represent the company that has the largest capital the largest paid up capital the large t awels the ouly company that pays IU losses without d acount and does not agree in lis policy ti make yoa wail sixty days after a Are to get your money We write at the Iouet rates given by any company then Secretary of the Treasury Secretary of War Secretary of the Navy Secretary of the Interior Postmaster General ME TOO Attorney General SmtsrT of Agriculture B Harrison Keeper of White House Nashville American ller Face Was Her Fortune Rhnwas as pretty as a pictnre and eo animated and lively that It did one good to look at her She teat all tlila but she is not now Poor soul the roses linger no more In her cheeks the former luster of her eye i gone She Is a woe bygone looking piece of hu manity now She has one of those Â¬ for us to claim to offer inducements that did not exist and subject persons visiting our establishment to disappointment and chagrin Every word in this announcement and all else we say is based upon strong abiding confidence in our ability to delight and satisfy those who call We have such unequaled facilities for buying that we feci that successful competition with our goods and prices is impossible Call it audacity assurance cheek or confi- Â¬ Â¬ pslsil Mattings Cur-Â¬ tains and many other lines of goods often made special lines ol business You ought to take a walk through this Great Bargain Mart If you dont want to buy a nickels worth LOOK It will impress you with the folly of paying too much for anything Carpets Oil Cloths Clotling Department ful bargains Mens Cassimere Pants for 125 that you never saw less than S250 A good Union Cassimere Suit for Men only 8325 you ought to see it Mens all- wool Cassimere Suits 875 worth 14 An extra suit for 1150 that sells for 18 everywhere Call and see these goods It will do you good to look at such values In this department you will see wonder- Â¬ WhynotlnsureintheBest Our comtianles 2000i0 capital and over 125000000 assets It will lie too late after you are burned out Call and fee us before you injure elsewhere are tie best 29 23 are backed by over Our rates and terms SMITH POWELL Carpenters Work I am prepared to do all kinds of Carpenter work In first clns style Alan estimate furnished on nliorl notice 32- - JITXLEtt BAXTER stomach and boweK take Dr Pierces I Pellet It One a dose troubles so common to women aim Favorite Prescrip- Â¬ need Dr Pierce tion It recuperates the wasted strength and puts the whole system righti restores the rose and the Itisler and makes the woman what she onre was Faviiie bright well and happy Prescription is the ouly medicine for women sold by drugelsts under a positive guarantee from the mttnufac- tnrers that It will give saiwacnon 111 every case or raaney will e refunded This guarantee has lieen printed 011 bottle wrapper and faithfully carried out for many yean For all derancements of the liver dence it means faith in our ability please the public When we give you 7c Calico for 5c and a 10c Gingham Shirting for 7ic there is a silent logic the proceeding that needs no conviction to a or i in TALK IS CHEAP but we have endeavored to give some wholesome facts for all those who lay out CASH for anything that people wear from sole to crown And now all we can do is to extend to one and all rich and poor a most earnest and cordial invitation to visit us we will risk all the rest To look is to buy but dont fail to look whether you want to buy or not Tery Respectfully- - RAMSEY OLDHAM Edgertons Asinine Kick FROM JUKCTION CITY T The kick ol ex Commissioner Edgerton is precisely what was to have been ex peeled Daring hfa en Â¬ CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM tire occupancy of a place on the Civile Service Commission he was the round MKRLDIAtf man in a square hole He never had JACKSON any real sympathy with the reform it VICKSBCRO was his official duty to promote and tho most ea nest speeches he ever MOBILE made concerning it were in ridicule of it Measuring it by his own narrow Close ConaeetrwH Made at New Or Â¬ ostimato h3 believed the whole system Km Southern PacMe leans to be a farce and It is doubtful If he ami Texas Paeifle for over gave JfresKtaat caeveianu ereait California for any roal faith in the plan or any Texas Mexico honesty of intention in carrying it out 12 Hours Quieker thH any other Line Naturally therefore he ia bitter over the discovery that the President Direct ConHeetrOi Made at Sbreveport was in earnest Detroit Free Press with Texas aad Paeifle By without Transfer for Have another piece of tbe cake said Johnnys mother to a female Hothem Tesas Hesico C liibniia friend who was taking tea with her aad to Wni No dont yon do it put in Johnny Why Johnny it will make you ilL Rales MafMs Ac addrees aint you ashamed of yourself to talk ia yRANK W WOOLBY that way said his mother -- Well Trav Paaa AkI Lexington Ky mother that is what you always tell me or C S BARRETT srhan I want another piece aad I am Trav Pate AgU Cltattwaooga Tens sure I can eat four times as much aa Mrs Greon car answered Johnny D U Kdwarss N Y Ledger C Gavlt Gen Paa Agt Qenl Mgr March April Slay ClXCIft ATI O Are the mouths in which to purity the I blood ns the syelem is new more susceptible to beuetlt from medlelne Hence now is the time to take Hoods Sarsapitrilla a inedleiHe peeHHrly adapted for the purpose porieouiog p collar curative power It expete offer for sule primtely an excrtlfut every impurity from the Wo ami also ntrrn of It efealee gives vitality and rfOriHW tan appetite tones the digestion wviK- frates the liver and gives new Hfeaml with dwelliirg beuae on i known aa euergy to every function of the body live Oh Tovtn Farm 4 on lee front The testimony of thousands as to the RJelimond and reached by the IJiHi I ha great benefit derive1 from Hoods mouil and Iencasler tnrjpiKe Th o iriruaj farm is wrll watered SarsoparlHa sboul eonviuce every- to purHiaw will plea or adÂ¬ i cul body that It is peculiarly the best Wood dress Joe Bul at KrttuDni it 32- 38 L Mrs purifier and spring niedkine nR THE SHORT JAKE K Si 1 SFr i for SALE 1 PRlVABJLiYx 5 - 104 ACRJES i i - I Â¬ JHW THE OLIMAX rVBUSHBB EVERY WEDNESDAY o THESC0Tra RELIGIOUS TIIE ORPHANS UOME CONCERNING FARMERS Beware of Ointments Contain Climax Pbixtifg Co FRENCH TIPTON J Wm G WHITE ED1TOts- - rIICE rKR WEDNESDAY YEAR MARCH 57 150 1869 revenue colllec- Tlie for the first eight months of tions the fiscal year amounted to 53 3G4 241 h increase of 2608 744 over the corresponding period last year Tlie lIo Jefferson Davis in a letter from Beauvoir Miss proÂ¬ Â¬ itntl nounces the story now in circulation that the Southern Confed eracy contemplated a union of Church and State silly and absurd Â¬ Justice Stanley Mathews of the Supreme Court of the United Vates died in Washington City Lit Friday after an illness of one 3 ar He was an able man and as soldier statesman and jurist lie always did his part and did it veil WhiteJaw ReUl editor of the New York Tribune has been ap pointed by the President and con irmed by the Senate as Minister Â¬ Â¬ tu France During the war he was a correspondent of the Cin cinnati Gazette lie was born in iio but his father emigrated to that State from Kentucky Capt- - Mary M Miller has re newed her commission at Louis Tille as Captain ot an Ohio river steamer She has worn out one commission in I be faithful discharge of her duties This demon sl rates that a woman may be alraid of mice chew gum and exult in extravagant styles of big ribbons and long handled parasols and after all be of much account Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WEMMRAT1C STATE CONVENTION Â¬ The State Central and Execu tive committees met in Lexington on last Thursday and decided that the State Democratic Convention should be held in Louisville and fixed Wednesday May Sth as the time Tlie purpose of tlie State is to nominate a candidate for state Treasurer Judge Stephen i Sharp the incumbent is the iily candidate at present and t here will probably be no other 1 bus it goes without saying that Judge Sharp will be tlie next Treasurer ot Kentuek and after nil tlie aid ship might sail from Dan to Bersheba and do worse than to take him Con-u-nlio- u JBX CLAY IN WASMIGTN Ojwis M Clay of Kentmeky Is in tlie city thesttest of Judge Emhry at Lis reWeee 1S30 let street He has liot vMted Washington since he was Minister lo a He is one of the Rs-s-i- moat hNwie nersoosges iu America having eopoweed the eause of emanei ratiott in a slave State kwg before Die war and to wbieh lie eonseeratetl hh life and ftwttiite Mr Clay has been tle reeipfent of many attentions and Las had calls from mauy di tincuiehed people frinee he arrived liere Post KENTUCKY AWAKENING Our large exchange list readily obtainable embracing nearly every new paper in Kentucky allords means of information not so otherwise concernÂ¬ ing lite wottderul ppirk of enterprise alert in every section ot the State Everywhere there U an awakening to tlie opportunities of the hour Willi railroad raauiifeetorie miner mills natural oil and gas and other enterprises not only projected but already established and in course of completion and development the advancement of Kentucky in wealth and commercial importance is even beyond Hie knowledge tit many who are practical ly interested in lie imlrfeet It is not Baying loo much to assert that no other JStale allords welt opportunities ami Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ meaiw for bale ami profitable inveot ment as Keatucky bow affords One healthy indication is the amount of local capital seeking investment at home While tlie assistance of foreign capital Is necessary lo secure the full and early development of the latent resources of tlie State the fact that local capital is generously supplied gives eonftdenee to enterprise and adds to the positive wealth and im IKHlanee of the Commonwealth Frankfort Capital KENTUCKY STATE WEATHER SERVICE ADVANCED BULLETIN POR FEB Â¬ RUARY 1SS9 The avers ge temperature for the State during the HHWtth of February as determiued from the tri daily ob servatfon waoSll fromthe mean of the maximina and minimum 34 3 These figures indicate a temperature of V less than the normal for the mouth Thw deficiency is more than sufficient to neutralize the excess which existed January 81st The mean daily maxi mum temperature was 48 6 and the mean dally minimum 25 The highest temperature recorded in tlie State was at Shelbyville on the 18th and tlie lowest 4 at Auland on the 13th Tiie month was remarkable for the extreme monthly ranges of temperature reported the State average being 697 the greatest n at SUeibyville and the least W at FrmiklH The 16th was in all seetfoon of the State the warmest day frtb Ttb ISlh ami 28rd the ooWest At the central station the average temperature for the winter was 363 wuleu is 1 below the normal The average precipitation for Febru Â¬ ary was 1 1 itioiies which was a de-Â¬ parture ot about 260 inches less than the normal The greatest amount of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ from Shelbyville and the least 86 at Mt Sterling The snowfall was much less than usual the amount being insuffi Â¬ cient as a rule to cover the ground for any length of time The average number of rainy days was 6 cloudy 15 fair 6 aod eiear 7 The prevailing wind direettuu WetL Thunderstorms were reported at Frinkliu on the 16th and at Bernstadt on the lOtli and 18th precipitation 2jl was repotted Lunar hales at Frankfort and thveu ton and the 7ili Solar lislos on the 61 h and 19Ui Frank Bubke Sergt Signal Corps Br E A Grant Director S DGotl bought this Week In Chi- Â¬ Thomas Ewtng Sherman son of Gen Rev L Payne Agent and Trustee of the Orphans liome at Jlacou Ga cago 10O feeding cattle welglit 1200 Executive Office Sherman is to be ordained priest in New Nashville Tennessee Writes a Letter Dated Febru Â¬ lbs which cost him 363 at home York ary 5th 1889 TO TIIE SCOTCH IRISH RACE Wiuchester Democrat Elder M Elliott will preach at Flat Recognizing the Scotch Irish Con- Â¬ 11 on Sunday morning at gress to be assembled at Columbia in Woods church I have been using Swifts Splflc Territorial Statistician Sheridan Is oclock with the childreu of the Ophaiis responsible for stntement thai there is St ate on the 8ih of May next as this shortage of 3400000 bushels of wheat The protracted meeting al the Baptist Home under my charge with the best an event of international Interest will welcome to lis repre- Â¬ church closed on Monday night with 3 results I began its use between nine for bread and seed in Dakota Tennessee and ten years ago and have seen sentatives of that lineage from all parts additions Co of Boston Charles H North of the world No political or sectarian the second largest pork pncltlng firm A six weeks meeting at the Methodist mauy rernarkablo results Quite a number of the children hud east of Chicago have assigned The siQnlficance attaches to the Congress church in Chattanooga closed with four constitutional blood diseases resulting liabilities will probably reach 750000 Its object Is to revive memories of the hundred additions from the sins of the parents and every race and collect materials for compil- Â¬ No services at the Methodist Church one of the children were cured of the T B Mulr of Chllesburg sold lo J ing a history showing their Impress P Gartner or Chillicnthe Ohio the upon modern civilization especially next Sunday The pastor at Stanford horrible tulnt by the use of S S S There have also been iicores of chil bay stallion Esgle Wilkes by Count upon American institutions It prom- Â¬ holding a meeting ises to be one of the roost notable meet Â¬ A series of prayer meetings will be in dren Iu the Institution whose systems Wilkes dam the dam of Wilcox 2161 ings ever held In Tennessee augurated at the Christian church in this they having been mostly without for 2000 were enervated by Rhdkrt I Taylor place to night Tnere were five additions parental care Capt Nat 8 OfJutt sold for Mr dirt eating and other foul practices Governor Sunday night by letter Every one of the children have tnkeu Wm Payne to Jeff Davis Grover the Rev James E Lee will preach in the S S S and all have been signally ben- Â¬ tract of land SO acres and a fraction THEILACE AND PARTICIPANTS Baptist church on Saturday and Sunday efitted by it All have been cured who known as the Keene Richards place The Scotch It ish Conga18 at Colum- next 30th and 31st All invited have taken enough of it We have lying within the corporate limits of bia Tenn in May will afford vi itors At the Baptist Church this Wednes Â¬ also two inmates of the home subject Georgetown for 51062 3 and especially those tram the North day evening at 730 oclock the ordi- to painful recurring attacks of erysipe- Â¬ John H Ferby of Chicago has sold a fine opportunity not only of witness paptism will be administered las Neither one of them improved to Knapp Brown of the Merchants ing the proceedings of the Congress nance of for the dis Â¬ Hotel Omaha the famous pacer TJ Rev Dr Moses D Hoge has celebrat- uuder the treatment usual but of seeing the best portions of the ease When all other medicines uas Bet aud running male record 207 South under the most favorable cir ed his 44th anniversary as pastor of the discarded and they took 8 S S the The price was 7500 Lexington cumstances A rate of lj fare and Second Prtsbj terian church Richmond cure in each case was quick and per Stock Farm probably half tare for the round trip Va Only six of the original members manent for they have been well for will be secured Columbia in in the survive L 11 Dickinson of Nicholasville five years and there has beeu no return heart of the blue grass regiou of MidThe Sunday school Convention com- Â¬ of the disease I cou Id tell much more Kysold to Leigh Rowell of the dle Tennessee the home of most posed of representatives from Madison cures of blood dis LaBelle Stock Farm Lexington his splendid Wooded stock which will bo Garrard Bo le and Lincoln will convene of the remarkable by S S S for I have seen it ued thoroughbred stallion imported Har- Â¬ on exhibition and only a few hours at Stanford on Friday of next week ease old by Reverberation dam Blanche aud know its value by rail from Birmingham Florence April 5U1 by Voltlgeur Price 5000 L B Payne Chattanooga and other rapidly grow Treatise on Blood aud Skin diseases Elder Z T Sweeney of Columbus ing towns of the Southern iron and Dr L Herr has sold to W C France Ind leaves this week for a tour in Great mailed free coal regions the chestnut Htallinn Al THE SWIFFS SPECIFIC CO Among the distinguished men who Britian in behalf of the Foreign Mission lundorf by Onward dam Alma Drawn 3 Atlanta Ga It will deliver addresses are Col A K Society ot the Christian church Paris Al- Â¬ Mater dam of Alcantara 223 McClure and Dr Macintosh of Phila Â¬ Kentuckian cyone 227 Alicia 229 Almeta 230 THE FAST MAIL delphia Dr John Hull Dr McCrack Aline 232 and Arbiter 230 by Mam In the absence of the pastor of the en Mr Robert Bonner of New York brino Patched Price 25000 Baptist church Rev J G Pond of The train as it leaves New York is Dr McLoskie of Princeton College Kirksville will supply his pulpit Sunday made up of five cars which are follow- Â¬ w u riobart who recently pur Hon Henry W Grady of Atlanta Services will be morning and night ed by express and baggage cars and chased Stamboul is one of the wealth Senator Zeb B Vance of North Caro held at tlie court house one passenger coach The car next to iest men on the cast and has the rep- Â¬ lina Dr D C KeJIey of this State The Rev W H Felix pastor of the the engine is devoted entirely to letter utation of never selling any thing Tennessees Governor Root Li Taylor FirstJBaptist church Lexington has gone mail aud the four followiug it to pa- Â¬ Those who know him best say if he will deliver the address of welcome to Florida hoping to find a permanent pers and packages The letter car is ever parts with Stamboul it will be to A C Floyd Secretary cure for his throat which has given him fifty feet In length while those for the give him away to a friend L J Roe Columbia Tenu serious trouble recently Lexington newspaper mail are ten feet louger of Los Angeles former owner of Press The platforms are enclosed by swing Stamboul has bet 10000 the horse UNITED STATES SENATE A letter from China brings the news lug doors which when opened afibrd a will trot In 212 this year Half of this that the mob at Chin Kiang burned the protected passage between the curs is pay or play with Councelor Craw Fpeelal Session M re 18 The thri week or Baptist church and the residence of Mis- Â¬ This arrangement no doubt suggested ford Stambouls record is now 214 WAneK Hie called Executive gseion ef the Senile sionaries R T Bryan and W T Hun the moderu improvements now known epefifd this moraine with the Vice President Winchester Codrt J A Ram as the vestibule train The letter car is hi the ebotr Resolutions were oSered and re nex who went with their families to provided with a mail catcher which pey auciioneer reports 300 cattle on ferred to the Committee on Coattngrnt Ex Shanghai This violence was in revenge penses authorizing the Committee on Woman for the murder of Chinese in California is placed at a small door through which the market Tlie following sales were Suffrage and en Additional Accommodations mail pouches are enacted from con made 28 good steers 1275 lbs weight for the Library to ott darintr the recss The Mr Bryan is a graduate of Theological veniently placed posts at way side 4 12J 22 good steers 1083 lbs weight resotatioa heretofore offered by Mr Gibson Seminary at Louisville appotnt aoBt ot a select committee on btations where stops are not made S375 23 fair steers 1000 lbs weight for the 3 30 Caroline Wilson colored tlie Old Sex- Each car is divided Into three sections S350 20 plain 925 lbs weight relations with Mexico and Central America was taken up and dteeuprfoa followed The ton of the Christian church died of con11 common 1000 lbs weight 300 all fitted up alike witli conveniences President sent the following nominations to The services for the services to be performed the Senate to day Smith A WhltSeld of sumption last Saturday The 25 common 800 lb weight 25 10 per Ohio to be Second Assistant Postmaster Genwere conducted by Elder P H McGufiey letter car however is somewhat dif- Â¬ heati 15 heifer phIvcs 910 Market eral Abraham D liases of Pennsylvania to Caroline as she was familiarly known by ferently arranged from the others to active anil nil offerings sold at an ad- Â¬ be Third Assistant Postmaster General Jus W Bodd Deacon of New Jersey to be the members of this church had acted as meet the requirements of that particu- Â¬ vance of 25 per cent over last court tice 250 hogs sold for 1st of Juue delivery marshal e f the Uattd States for the district Sexton for about twenty years and was lar branch of the work of New Jersey John S Bartnri of Mississippi highly respected by the congregation There have been received in this car at 4 25 per cwt marshal of the United States for the northern district of Mississippi Edwin L Karsheedt of Nicholasville Democrat before it moves out of the Grand Cen WeatherCrop Bulletin or the Ken Louisiana to be marshal or the United States for the eastern district of Loaistna Brad D Rev Fred D Hale pastor of the 22nd tral Station betueeu 1000 and 1500 tucRy State Weather Service or the Slaughter of Nebraska to be marshal of the and Walnut street Baptist church Louis Â¬ packages of letters and in addition forty week ending Saturday March 16th United States fir the district of Nebraska ville asked his congregation before or fifty sacks of Dakota and Montana 1889 The temperature during the William II Wbitomaa of New Mexico to t associate jettiee of the Suprems Court ot the preaching a sermon Sunday night for J50 papers To handle this mass of corre- past week has been largely ii excess of Â¬ Territory of New M ex too When he could not spondence there are six men in addi- the normal the weather generally to go to a mission Washisoton March IS The Vice Presi or 35 he refused to tion to the chief clerk or superintend- Â¬ cloudless with almost complete ab- Â¬ dent assennend the nppetatraeat ot the follow raise more than 30 This offical Is not assigned to any sence of rainfall The conditions are ing select Committee on the April Centennial take that and dismissed his congregation ent Cetebrattea In New York Senators Hlscoclc abruptly without any sermon at all particular duty but he supervises the exceedingly favorable to the growing Sherman Bear Verbees and Eattls The rule general work and lends aid where it is crops and to the prosecution of farm reeaitisg resolutions calling or intormatita Strange to say in his morning sermon he required The second clerk work of nil kinds Some damage is lo from the departments to be re erred to commit Â¬ had preached on the sin of persons giving most tee aas dtscased and finaltr recommitte handles Ierters for Ohio Dakota and be apprehended from the coming of a way to their temper SeTeral nominations were received and at 2 r Montana the third clerk take charge sudden cold spell since the mild weathm the Senate adjourned The following At the Episcopal church during the ot those for New York State the er of the past week has advanced the nemisatieas by the President were received Whtteiaw ReuL of New York to be Envoy Ex forty days of Lent divine service will be fourth Illinois the fifth opens all buds of fruit trees so far that u severe traordinary and Mmsier Plenipotentiary of the said in the chapel every afternoon except New York and frost might prove disastrous to them pouches labelled Untied Stales to France Julius GoldschmMt On Wednesday Chicago Railway Post Offlce distri- Â¬ Report that spring plowing and plant of Wisconsin to be Consul General of the Wednesday at 4 oclock United States lo Vienim A number of nomin the service will be at 730 in the evening butes their contents and afterward ing are well uuder headway tobacco aUoncsentin reffnliv wer- - confirmed every Wednesday and Friday works on Dakota and Montana papers beds mid garden crops are being sown Washi-sgiO-- I Mrh W The Vice Presi Lectures dent laid b fare the Senate a commanlcatlon Usual Sunday sermons at 11 oclock A the sixth Michigan State letters and The prospects of the wheat crop were from the Governor of Khode Island stating that m and 730 p m At the Sunday eve- Â¬ the seventh California letter mull never better at this season of the year theresuraatien of Mr Chare as Feaalor frera ning services the Rector will deliver lect- Â¬ The salaries of these men entrusted Reports received from Southern ludi Rhode IMen hal been presented and aecpted Laid on tlw t tle For half an hour the Sena ures on the Early History of Christianity with so much responsibility and of ana and Ohio show that similar aver Â¬ tors raatfd with arh otSer without any mat The lecture next Sunday evening will be whom so much is expected range from tible prospects prevail there ter of public business beta brou bt forward 900 per annum for the lowest grade to Then Mr Cullom rose and miA- - a mot km for a on the Early Persecutions EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS recess tilt half past one but bfo e the q jcs 1300 per annum for the superintendElder John I Rogers preached Sun- Â¬ tiea had b en put a paper was Ban Jed to bits Shell vllle Maple groves are yield- Â¬ ent From The Rallwny Mail Ser and en realia it he withdrew the motion for day night for Bro Sweeney w1k introing finely Oats and tobacco beds are a reeegt and sulsttued one which was agreed by Oex Tiios L James in duced him by saying He has convert- Â¬ vice being sown Wickllfte Fanning is to that the Sen proceed to executive ses Scribners for March ed more people than any minister in the sion The Senate received the following nom progressing rapidly with the moot inatiees by the President Frederick D Christian church now living and had prosperous conditions attending nil Grant of New Yorc le be Enviy BEREA departments Wheat crop never look Â¬ and Minister Plenipotentiary of ths Unit- been preaching longer than any one in Although three ed States to AusT i Hanary John C New the State 46 years ed belter at this season of the year of Indiana to b Constil Generd of the United times married Bro Rogers looks comMiss Flora Cone made a short visit to Madisonville Wheat crop never look- Â¬ States at L noon Paul Fncke of Texas Bro Rogers first her friends in this place and has gone on ed better at this season of the year to be U S Marshal for the Western District of paratively young Texas preaching was in Lewis county Result to Minnesota Farmers are preparing for as big a crop Washington Ma ch 11 In the executive in S weeks 80 additions and So Second The closing exercises of the winter of tobacco as usual Greendale Some Fessioa of the Senate this afternoon Senator Shermin announeed tba- - President Ilarrsoa meeting was at Millersburg late in 1843 term were held in the college chapel last oats sown tobacco beds sown and had tBformedhisithat he the President would at the dedication of the church Result Friday night gome gardening aud potatoes planted be so far along with his nomination that the additions Bro Rogers has been with Millersburg Trees budding rapidly Senate raifBt eonven ently adoum next week 40 U are holding a scries The W C T It ft the expectation the spc4al sesson will his son Elder Wm F Rogers in South of public readings at the Glade church some early gardening being done end en Thursdav er Frday next In order to ern Kentnckr and reports a series of Lexington The sunshine of the past every Saturday assist the President is his intention the Senate meetings footing up over 125 additions five days seems to have put new life did net lak the usuil tbrc day recess to day Mr A Settle has bought the property into all field and garden vegetation but will met again to morrow The President and large contributions to Kentucky seat the following Bomtealkms to the Senate missions owned by R Gillon and has moved his Farmers are busy plowing Park Kentuckian Coving Â¬ o day Miles C Moore of Walla Walla W East Bernstadt to dwell ton In the countiesof Kenton Camp T to be Govcrior of Washington Terr tory A Rome cablegram says The Ameri- family from OMver C WhHe of Dtvton W T to bo among us hell Pendleton Grant and Brown the Secretary of Washington Territory Henry N can College gave a grand dinner in honor Ground Mrs Adalaide Fairchild accomoanied weather has been very fine Blese of Montana to be ts Chief Justice ot of tlie leaders of the American pilgruu tee Supreme Court of Montana John D Flem Many prelates were present Fruit not far Bishop by two of her children have come to in splendid condition ing of Colorado to be United Sulci Attorney Keane the President of- the new Catholic spend a few weeks with her daughter and enough advanced to bo injured by n tor the District of Colorado Postmasters cold snap Nearly an average crop of S ephea A Phlbey Troy Ala Carlos C Wil University at Washington spoke in Eng- Â¬ President Fairchild son Mlltedeviie I1L Alenson U Reed Flora lish Latin and French tobteco will be put in Richmond His remarks Mr B McCollum and wife have gone IX Wm R Parks Petersburg Ill Graham Blue grass The Popes to Cincinnati to visit their daughter Mrs Soil in excellent condition were much applauded LRiee West Superior Wit Daniel Kerns New nrindeipbie O John F Welch Nelson Vicar Cardinal Parocchi delivered a Markham Mr McCollum will go on from has begun to grow Red maple in bloom Irish potatoes being planted rJle O Geo W Baker Athens O Jas powerful Latin oration on behalf of tlie that place to visit his sister in Mississippi Beeves Unon City InL DeWitt C Carr in gardens Frank Burke Â¬ Pope He expressed the Popes admira Fewlerrille Mh John P Yost North Bend Frank Gould a young man from Illi- Â¬ Sergt Signal Corps Neb John W Banbury Brittoo Dale tion for American institutions and spoke Washington March St When the Senato of tlie deep interest taken by His Holi nois who has been a student here for sev- Â¬ Dr E A Grant met to day and the journal hal been read a eral years was taken with a feyer and on Director ness in the birth of the Washington Uni- Â¬ s performance which oeeurieil about died His remains were of a minute Vice President Morion versity which he regarded as one of the Friday last he burial banded the Secretary a letter written on chief glories The Kentucky Steam Laundry at of his Pontificate Cardinal taken to Illinois for btoek berdered sole paper It was riad end Lexington does first class work Bright He sketched proved to be a simple announcement of Ch ef SchiafHno spoke in Latin 40 43 ageut Jnstiee Fuller ot the death ot Mr Juitice Mat the work of the Catholic Church in es- Â¬ On Saturday afternoon a carriage thews Mr Hoir of Massaehu setts was im mediately on Is feet to make a motion to ad tablishing unit ersities in all ages and in containing Mrs Modeua Curtis and First class work done by the Ken- Â¬ journ a a mark ot respect in a lew touching all countries and eulogized the Washing her little son was struck by the west- Â¬ tucky Steam Laundry Call at Brights and ercaeeat remarks Just as the chair was ton Uuiversity as tlie crowning work of bound train while attempting lo cross declaring the motion to a loura carried As Â¬ 40 43 see for yourself Christian education a work that was the track near Tuomson and the ve- and sistant Secretary Pruaen of the Whits House appeared at the door with a lare Wue envel destined to display America to the world hicle completely Mrs demolished AdWce to Mother ope which of course contained nominations as a living exemplification of perfect ac- Â¬ Mr WnreLoWa SooTEma Szacr ihocldalmT Curtis was iuslaully killed aud the The tissue duplicates Intended for public con ha used vhen children srs catting teeth It re He was carried lieTeitbeUttletnSereratonce it produce natural sumption were also seen la one of his hands cord between the highest learning and boy severely Injured But he was too late As sonn as he realized the Catholic faith Mgr Jacobini traced to Mt Sterling and died Sunday from quiet sleep Bad the tittle cherub airakei u bright as a button It U Terr pleasant to tute It that the Senate had put up Its shatters he Americas wonderful progress and paid a icothes the injuries Mrs Curtis was a daugh- Â¬ regulate the chDdscftens the gnmjallaTiall pain turned and made a very hasty departure as the boveli andii the beitfcaorn reeled 7 though afraid somebody would seize him tribute to the priests who placed the seeds ter of Jas Peel ot Klddvile Her fordiarrhesa rbether arising from teething or throw him down and trJce the prdous papers of the Catholic religion there an 1 fostered first husband was Mr Jacksou aud other eauie Twenty flro cents a bottle from him 6G He referred to the she was married a few months ago to WAsnncGTOJt March s Tae President sent its advancement the following nominations to the Senate to day treasures of faith poured forth by Catho D Curtis who survives her now GUARD AGAINST TIIESTUIKE James Tanner of Brooklyn N Y to be Com lie Ireland and contrasted the strong and Winchester Democrat rassiooerot Pens ons James IX Shackelford vigorous life of Americas institutions and And ahvajs have a bottle of Ackers of Indiana to be Jnlge of te U S Court for English Remedy In the house You the Indian Territorr Zaehariah L Walrend people and of the Catholic Church in of Kansas to be attorney of the U S Court America with the sadly painful situation The passenger train from Lexington can not tell how soon Croup may for tha Indaa Territory Thomas B Needles to this pitted Saturday night crashed btrikeour little one oracold or cough of Illinois to be Manbal or the U 8 Court for of the people and church in the old world the Indian Territory Walter P Corbett ot Rector Pacquet of the Quebec University into a hand car a few mile west of may fasten itself upon you One dose Georgia to be Marshal ot the United Stales for tendered his congratulations on the birth this city and killed one man and se- Â¬ Is a preventive anil a few dotes a posi Â¬ the Southern District of Georgia Ed riously hurt another The foremans tive cure All Throat aud Lung troubles to be Assist of a sister university and w ished it pros win Withfi of Michigan Commoant Secretary of Agriculture perity Mgr Maxilla wrote as an Ameri- watch was several minutes ton slow yiehi to its treatment A sample bot Â¬ dore DatM B Harmoar to be a Rear can citizen of Georgetown College and a and they were thus unaware of the tle Is glveir you free and the Remedy Admiral Captain Francis M Itairgiy to be a proximity of the passenger train until guaranteed by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ Commodore Commander William T Sampson Jesuit regretting his inability to be pre to be a Captain Lieutenant Commander R B ent The Pope presented his portrait by It was too late The man killed was tion Druggist Bradford to be a Commander Lieutenant E Ugolini J D Gullelt a while section baud who H C Lentie to be a Lieutenant Commander a a He was bailed from near Morehead Lieutenant Charles M MoCartenay junior MATRIMONIAL- Four men named John Elliott W instantly killed his head and chest grade to be a Lieutenant After t e nomina tions were received an executive session was H Mill E V Burton and J Caflrey being cbrushed The man injured was Dr Rj land DPratt and Miss Jean ordered At 430 p ra the Senate adjourned representing the Farmers Supply a colored man named Dick Hardy H Logan both of Shelby county were after confirming WhKelaw Reid and Fred Grant as Minister to France and Austria re House of Toledo O have been in Jes- Â¬ Coroner Boone held an inquest over married in Kausas Cilv lust week speeUvdy samine county taking orders from the remains of the dead muu yester- Â¬ The groom is a son of Rev Wm Pratt farmers and grangers They sold many day which adjourned until to morrow formerly pastor of the Republican Bap- Â¬ C L Scott of the Lexington opera sample staples at close figure and Winchester Democrat tist church this couuiy bouse had his trial Saturday for as Â¬ gulled the victims with jlm crucks A CHILD KILLED Roberts of the and notions These schemes did not sault upon editor S J MIs Dora Sherer daughter of Sam Leader The warrant for cutting and comply with the requirements of Ken Another child killed by the Sse of uel Shearer Jr who resides Jn Madi Â¬ wounding with Intent to kill was lucky laws A license of S10U is the opiate given iu the form of Soothing son county uenr Ford anil Mr Cha dismissed and he was fined 75 and fee for each peddler The merchants syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ Swluord of Berry Station formerly costs for assault and battery who must pay State couuty and city dren such n deadly poison is surprising telegraph operator at Ford were mar tare soon laid complaints against the when they can relieve ihe child of its ried at the Ashland House In Lexing- The popular Mood purifier Hoods men and they were arrested by the peculiar troublee by using Ackers Baby iton on last Saturday Mlsf Shearer Sarsapariila is having a tremendous SterlfTnnd held oyer under S100 bond Soother It contains no Opium or was the Ford correspondent of Tub sale this season Neirly everybody I each They sold about 200 worth of Morphine 8old by W G White CUMAX therefore t1ibCI3SICxwIs1 ei Prescription Druggist her ut bounded joy Ukwjt Try It yocreelf Jt goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Catarrh That Mercnry As Mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the uiucus surfaces Such ar Ucfes should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi Â¬ cians aa the damage they will tin are ten fold to the good you can pwNily derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio contains no Mercury and is taken internally and acts di rectly upon the blood anil mucus sur- Â¬ faces of the system In buying Haixs Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine is taKen internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Company Sold by Druggists price 76 JD 38 41 cents per bottle An Open Letter BooNESBOROUcm Ky Dec 24 1868 This is to certify that I suffered with ALL KINDS OP PLOWS AND GULTIVATORS M HARDWARE THE NEW E JEM OE- CD CD i z Tl mc o r-- f- n my kidneys and back from the year and was often confined to my bed when in the year of 1880 I called on Dr T B Smith who tohl me to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic anil if It didnt cure me he would forfeit 50 in gold I accepted his proposition and us eil two bottles us directed and it efltcted a permanent cure I have never hat the least pymptous or pain Iu my back since aud kidneys are iu a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ dition I believe Smiths Kidney Tonic the greatest medicine on earth 1875 to 1SS0 S Shackelford k Gentry Â¬ O O o Nathaniel Tevis Smiths Kidney Tonic for sale by W - G White mond Ky Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ 31- WE CAS AND DO j Â¬ Â¬ will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor to merit the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve with increased fa- cilities H O Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it lias been fnlly demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations lor blood diseases It is a postlve cure for syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erustions and Pim ples It purifies the whole system aud builds up the constituthoroughly tion Sold by W G White prescripÂ¬ Â¬ tion druggist f Extt-erll-a- Â¬ Ladies Have Tried It A number of my lady customers 30 20 have trie Mothers Friend aud would not be without for many times it cost Cbeap Excursions to Florida They recommend Jt to all expecting to R A Payne The Queen Cresent Route will run become mothers Greenville Ala cheap rale excursions to Bruuswich Write Bradfield Regulator Company and Thomasville Georgia Jacksonville 38 41 aud all points in Florida leaving Cen- Â¬ Atlanta Ga- tral Union Depot Cincinnati 755 A M Persons wishing to improve their and 800 r 31 on March 27th at one memories or strengthen their power of fare for the round trip Tickets good attention should send to Prof Loisette going and returning for contiuous pass 237 Fifth Avenue N Y for his Pros- Â¬ age aud good 30 days from date of sale pectus Post free as advertised In an Â¬ Cres Â¬ WE HAVE NOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE on regular trains The Queen 37 49 other Column ent Route is 110 miles the shortest and STOCK OF Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ 7 hours the Quickest Cincinnati to Jacksonville ami the only line running Price 75c at tism or money refunded Whites Drug Store becoud i treet sleeping cars letween these two cities through without change The route Is tf near Garnett House through the blue grass region of Ken- Â¬ C Ry Kaukakee tucky over the famous High Bridge U I StL The Line with ItS connections uinkes the along tlie Emory river and in view of fastest time from Cincinnati to Council Lookout Mountain also through the Blull Omaha St Paul Minneapolis Piuey Woods of Georgia a constant TBLTS 32 succession of Panoramic views along and the West aud North west the whole line Unsurpassed in Gran- Â¬ If 011 want a nice buggy phteton deur by any other route For further or barouche rofkaway carriage information address coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t TA D G Edwards G P 40 48 Cincinnati Ohio Leave your Laundry at Brighls for the Kentucky Steam Luuudry at Lex- Â¬ A DUTY TO YOURSELF 40 43 ington is surprising that people will use a It is chuck full of the Leading Styles in Plaids Stripes ami Mixtures in Call at Brighls and see samples of common ordinary pill when they can work done at Kentucky Steam secure a valuable English one for the Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Oassimeres in fact any- Â¬ the 40 43 Dr Ackers English same money Laundry at Lexington thing you may want there is to be found in a first class Clothing pillsareajwsiruc cure for slck-heaSanns Specific will cure Rheuma- uche and all liver troubles they are tism or money refunded Price fie at small sweet easily taken and do not Store Whites Drug Store Second street gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip 5- near Garnett House tion Druggist Donelson will make you as good a Road horses trotters and runners buggy or carriage as can be bought shod in any inanuer desired I have any where in America apr4 tf Just received an extra lot of four year far surpasses any line ever shown before in this city at low prices old second growth timber for repairing guar- Â¬ LIVE STOCK MARKET 2EP0RT all kinds of wagons All work anteed at the very lowest prices Shop EMBItY By GUEEKE back of Brookss drug store Live Stock Commission Merchants nt Clncln untl Union Stock Yards and Covington Respectfully block Yards Sfebly S L M1DKIFF Cincinnati Ohio March 25 18S9 BuaaiEs WAGONS and ARTS O EVER BROUGHT TO CITY SPRINGS SUMMER GOODS j Our Mens Suit Department Â¬ OUR CHILDHEFS DEPARTMENT OURMRGHANTTAILORINGDEPiRTMENT Â¬ SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 00 is full of the leading styles in all of the different Plaids and Mixtures 4 3 3 3 3 2 3 Common and Rough Oood to fc xtra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 co 3 00 3 503 3 oo 2 25 3 75 BUTCHER CATTLE 3 3 3 3 50 3 3 3 3 3 Â¬ - Â¬ three-quarter- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Extra Fat Steers 25 Fair to Good Steers oo oo Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows 2 75 Common Cows 2 00 fa 2 1 00 1 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 2 65 2 Best Bologna 2 2 35 Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 Fair to Good Feeders 1 Common and Thin 2 50 FOR ASSESSOR FEEDERS AND STOCKERS A J WILLOUGHBY In a candidate for Good Extra Steers 7 3 90 Asc sor ot Madison county subject to the 3 3- Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 75 action of the Democratic party Good to Extra Heifers W J HARVEY is a candidate for Assessor 2 50 2 85 CoinmonandThin Stockers 2 00 2 50 of Madison county subject to the action -of 12the Democratic party COWS AND CALVES C It TUDOR Is a candidate for Assessor of Bestrades 00 Madison county subject to the action or the 40 13- Fair to Good 30 oo33 00 Democratic party Common JOELT EMBRYlsncandldatefor Assessor 15 00 25 00 Best Veal Calves 6 00 ot Madison county subject to the action -of 5 75 11tho Democratic party Fair to Good 5 50 4 50 CONNVAY DOZIER Is a candidate for Common and Heavy 2 50 4 00 Assessor of MadlMin county subject to the 37- HOGS action of the Democratic party Select Butcherr D C RICE Is a candidate for Assessor of 4 90 4 95 Fair to Good fackrs 4 70 4 co Madison county subject to the action of3S-the Democratic party Good to Extra L ghts 4 603 4 75 Light Pigs 60 4 50 4 FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT SPRING LAMBS J B HARRIS is a candidate for Conntv Extra- s 50 Superintendent of Public School subjects- -to 5 25 mo action 01 me ueiuocrauc party Commpn tc Go d 3 50 3 00 MRH A T MILLION is a candidate for re election tothenmce 01 County Superintend Â¬ ent of Public Schools subject to the action ot 35- the Democratic party 441- 00 FOR JAILER 90 Is a candidate for Jailer 40 ofJOHN F WAGERS subject to the action ot Madison county 3- 75 the Democratic party 25 JAME8 C LACKEY Is a candidate tor 75 Jailer nt Madlxon county subject to the ac- Â¬ 3- tion of the Democratic party BIGUERHTAFF Is a candidate SAMUEL 85 for Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the 3-65 action of the Democratic party 50 TIIOMAS 8 FERRELL Is a candidate for 25 Jailer nt Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ 25 tion of the Democratic party 00 JOIIN IIILTj Is a candldeate for Jailer of 50 Medlson county Mibjectlo tho action of the 50 Democratic party A J BROADDUS is a cand Idate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action ot 31- 75 the Democratic party 50 GEORUE W MAUPIN it a candidate for 25 Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of tlie Democratic parly 00 Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Cassimeres in fact ALL THE NEW and NOBBY FABRICS We cordially invite you to come and examine and you will see the nicest line of piece goods ever shown in this city Our Furnishing Goods Department is full of all the latest things to be found in a Furnishing Goods Store all kinds of Balbriggan Underwear our Negligee Flannel Shirts far excel anything ever shown before in this city OUR HAT DEPARTMENT is complete a large and well selected stock of YEOJIANS STET- Â¬ SONS oo5 C in fact anything you want in the HAT LINE i lt for you ji- we have Â¬ Come and Give Our Line an Inspection and we assure you we can make it to your interest for past favors We are Eespectiully Thanking you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Makes the lires of many people miserable and often leads to self destruction Distress after eatins sour stomach sick headache heartburn loss of appetite afalnt aU gone feeling bad taste coated tongue and irregti- larity of the bowels are some ot tho more common AftOr symptoms Dyspepsia does not get wen of itself It requires careful persistent attention and a remedy like Hoods Sarsa Â¬ pariila which acts gently yet surely and efficiently It tones the stomach and other organs regulates tho digestion creates a good appetite and by thus overcoming the local symp-toms removes tho gympa HOaciaCrlB thetlc effects ot the disease banishes the headache and refreshes tho tired mind I have been troubled with dyspepsia I had but lltUe appetite and what I did eat did cm Unarta distressed me Inoraa hour alT UtUo good after eating I would expe Â¬ rience a faintaess or tired aU gono feeling as though I had not eaten anything My trou Â¬ ble I think ires aggravated by my business which Is that ot a painter and from being nioro cr less shut up In a Cnur room with fresh paint Last spring I took Hoods Sana- rilla took threo bottles It did me an immense amount ot good It gave me an appetite and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced Geoece A Face Watertovm Mass D yspepsia FOE RENT Main street 37- - COVOTTON 4030 MITCHELL Two Five Room Cottages in Par riahs ndditlon with plank walk from Apply to Geo H Myers or His AORvr B D Parrish 13 Wos t ivr in street Distress fcatlno BAZBOTHPS COAL YARD I keep nt my yard near the depot iu Blclimoud all kluds of HOW DUILU Intrflt COST TO BUILD THEM gv ccrtsav How ready TH contain plans IfinatratloiH and complete descriptions of 3 new imatlluL ana cheap Country Houses costing dob fXB to ran can boOd a for PmIIT mak then f ll Eoirs how 70aeonxesleatfriOOO hossellcht91750 and how to la smnmer handsome alrr HfiffiTirTrrHti warm and cheaply healedhealth r Tellscool and bsllders of homes tn wtstes iatndtar bosses aimted what to do and warns tbem what to do Describes tooU ettmalo HATIOSAI AUCUITECTS L21IOM 5S--gtOQbymaa 937 Caestant Street rhiladelpUa Fa fcraMki 5ii SENSIBLE LOW COST HOUSES 41 14 Sick Hf bum StOmacn Sold by aUdrngglit Jlj tlxforfs Prepared onrj fcy C I nOOD CO ApgtheauicsLoircn Han Hoods Sarsapariila 100 Doses One Dollar 20 28 Will maVc the present season at Silver Creek DUtilierr at Brother lo Yuba 234Jr by Harold ami Ibe famous Ynuehinglieny Coal 25 ForJrHBeU sad 110 Far Hares to la Alo Authrucile I will handle sare in Foal 1st dam Yolande by Belmont Clixtox U 16 hands and one Inch high 2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrlno fine bone and substance jet black mealy nose and makes a grand appearance Chief Bred by John W Allison of Bourbon 3rd dam Portia by Roebuck pacer county foaled May 24th i3i cot by TOBACCO 4th dam by Whip thoroughbred Longfellow 1st dam by Peacock 2nd dam by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by Q Whites and O Orders left at V Leviathan 4th dam by Mountain Leader E eimUhH druj Mow and at A H The above horse will make the season got Ljiloru Rrccery will receive prompt at Â¬ or 1SS9 at stables of Phillips Death 1stLongfellow waRoyal by Lorr Madiion Duke 3nd dam br dam by imp tention erase at Fair Grounds Richmond Ky Mohawk Mr J M Christopher wilt always be at FOIITV DoLLAltS TO IKSURB A LIV Â¬ Jack men throughout the county av ha found at the yard and will take pleas- Â¬ ING Colt is the best bred jack in the Stale ure In watlng on al customers Apply to Phillips DfatheraRe WUt graze mares and jennetf at the Richmond I hope to receive a fair eliare of treeK Ky Ky or to- - us at Silver rate or to cents per day T E BzVLDWIN patronage W S HUM CO 40 52 20- T 8 BDRNAM CO p Ky 39-- YAZOO CLINTON Kentucky Coal THE CELEBRATED JACK STANDARD I RECORD 2S4J LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAY AND f S- sler JlHaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaflHaaaaaaaanaaimaBHon liiiHMaalaMaaa-aWaaHaaa-ariaWi- ri -- - V afell THE CLIMAX Cirenit Court presiding this week Nobody has been MARCH 27 1889 WEDSESDAY sent to the penitentiary this court except lcniaps a cowred boy for one Mran wiR rent her Bronston case and also the year The Mr- - Jtnnte B Todd cate of 300 acres next Saturday t See have been continued George Richardson jttrtirfmenU colored for burning Burgink bam was Tf About one hundred indict druggist have a acquitted Win Stoclton for you elsewhere ments for small offenses liave been found latch of nformaiion Â¬ Judge Moiton came on Monday and is ia jo dirt Climax Not so Bad as Reported Mi H F Turner received a telegram on Tuesday night of last week stating that his brother Tom had been run over by an engine at Indianapolis and a foot so badly mangled that amputation was necessary A letter from the young man states that only Uie front part of the foot including the toes was removed He is Powell say in todays Climax Smith in the employ of the C I St L will sell your farralfyou want C tbtttheT road it told or will buy you one If you want a Sale In The Crow Adition firm On Friday April 12th Rev William shoe house was established Freeman Crow will offer for sale publicly thirteen sore ibn half a century ago but is new lots in the Crow addition These lots tr wJ brighter and larger to day than are situated on Irvine and other streets See ad creT before and while all of them are suitable for resi Â¬ Dr V R- - Ashe the young physician dences some of them are good for fac Â¬ tories and other purposes lying near the o lacated here a year or se ago remov- Â¬ ed on Monday of last week to his old railroad the planing mill and other essen- Â¬ tial institutions including the 1700 foot boTtn North Cirolwa well TI long estaMielied and widely known A Strong Claimant houe ot J hn G Tayter calls your atlen Col Bob Herd of Kingston this coun Â¬ ioninM inaie to carload lots of salt ty thinks he has a death grip on the fcne cement and fertilizers Richmond post office as he is an appli- Â¬ Son proprietors Me r E Forman cant for postmaster He went into the Mills ask your atten e Ijiiij7 Roller union army as a private and rose steadily ton 3 their choice brands of flour made through aH grades to Lieutenant Colonel riV liere at home See locals lie has been married three times has 17 mm F pie know where to advertise to Irving children and 5 dead The twoyoung Read the new advertise est arc twins If this aint a ree cord jnt c mone then what is a ree cord mers ths week Register You are right Roger they do PnbliVsale The PigB residence on the Lexington turtpilenear citj HaUs for rent See ff WanJ C II Pigg Din Rices old whHe horse known to 4 Trs ago died recent 1b itim B0 js Bourbon count aged 1 years t The Embry Higgins Case Two weeki agoTiiE Climax irave the proceedings in the above stvled case lit the Bourbon Common Pleas doilrt say Â¬ ing among other things that the case had been dismissed for the lack of proper authority on the part of the Jady who brought the suit Since then Judge Scott has ordered a new trial Of the case the Bourbon News says In the Bourbon County Court yesterday in the case of the Commonwealth vs C V Higgins for oastardyi the jury returned a verdict of 506 per year for eighteen years There is a suit now pending in the Bourbon Common Pleas Court against C V Higgins for seduction for 30000 The suit is brought by Mrs Rebecca Aker the grand aunt of Miss Cynthia Embry Higgins was sent to jail last evening in default of 9000 bond He will probably give it this morning Later The Semi Weekly News in ifas last issue says The HigginsEmbry seduction suit which has gained such notoriety in the past few weeks culmi- Â¬ nated last night in the marriage of the principals The ceremony was perform- Â¬ ed by Elder J S Sweeney at E M Dicksons law office This is a happy tcimination of a deplorable instance of youthful indiscretion and young Higgins in this step has the good wishes of all and thereby relieves all parties involved Tie Richmond Public School will close tier Tuesday with examinations Monday nd Tuesday Patrons invited Prof Harris will continue as a private school three story brick business houte ecJ bv Covington Mitchell will Id Saturday be April 6th by J B Mc Cearv and S S Parkcs Trustee of L T e - E I F aicis it thought that Mr Luther Benson a ranee lechirer wiM be here next vtfl We hear that the Prohibitionists v put a candidate for the Legislature in the tit A for August tern- - The wife of Judge J R Morton of the Oi in Court will receive a large share of the estate of her uncle M B Gratz a prominent tanner and stockman who died in Woodford county ernor Buckner has set apart next SatrJav March 30th as Arbor Day Dont fail to plant a few trees on that dir If Richmond had more trees it vol Id be more beautiful Go McKee near Traynor of Highland Park oner the pedigrees of three excellent stallions John Wilkes I tmus and George McGrath for publ- Â¬ ic inspection in to days Climax Read and see for yourself In Uie Democratic primary election in Montgomery county Kavanauh Tipton so of ex sheriff William B Tipton and grandson of Hezekiah Oldham deceased of Madison county received the nomina Â¬ tion for Jailor He was educated at Cen tral University Â¬ Richmond If you want to see how Richmond is booming observe the new advertisements n the Register this week four columns Register If four columns in the Register are any gn nine columns in The Climax ire a heap signer Mr J A Higgins left a barrel of coal oil on the pavement in front of his house one night last week Next morning he found the oil wandering along down the gutter for nearly a square The boys had bonfire 200 feet long a foot wide and a yard or two high for an hour or so Public Sale Squire John Hjll auctioneer reports the sale of John Eads at follows Cattle 4 cents hogs 6 cents sheep 6 75 corn 96 one old mare S77 Household s goods sold well Do You Want to Go An effort is being made to get up a partv for the Inter Collegiate Oratorical contest to be held at Lexington April 5th If ou want to go call oh Mr John Van Lear or Mr J W Tyler Up With the Bojs That wide awake and hustling raer chant Mr H J Streng gives an intima Â¬ tion in to days Climax that he has something you want to see and that right away is a mighty good time to drop in on hm SitttE- - Yen Cant Hiss You are compelled to see the unusually large and spirited announcement of Ram Â¬ sey Oldham proprietors of the Busy fee Cash Store on the first page of The It They are simply ripping the whole world right up the back HI Climax Pickels Pickek proprietor of the oldest saddlery and harness house in Central Kentucky looms Hp in to days Climax with valuable information to all persons who ride drive train or in any way handle horses He is at his old stand next to Garnett House Mr George W Ocatherage Philips The above firm have opened a breeding and training stable at the Fair Grounds and have the following named horses Yazoo by Harold sire of Maud S 2oS2 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 or Wm Hadens sale on the 21st of March Susie S 2iS at 4 years old dam by was largely attended and his property Ericonson This colt will make a short sold well except his cattle they sold low season and be trained for a record sheep common sold for S7 per head Billie M Wilkes by Count Wilkes hogs sold for j per hundred yoke of sire of Georgette 228 first dam by Ad- Â¬ oxen S6 one mare 170 one mare toa ministrator the sire of Catch Fly 218 one mare 40 one weanling colt 63 second dam the dam of Andy Mershon corn 5175 per barrel bacon sides o 2255 Billy will make a short season cents Hams 14 cents shoulders S Of Billy we expect 225 or better this sea cents Z E Bush auctioneer son Next comes Durkce by Dictator out Reads Like It of the dam of Andy Mershon The subjoined paragraph is from a Innis by Lumps sired by the great Washington special to Thursdays CouGeorge Wilkes Lumps record 221 rier Journal We dont know the war first dam by Administrator second dam like Doctor in fact never heard of him by Kavanaughs Gray Eagle Vergie H before but the item reads like the truth Stranger son of Goldsmiths Maid Dr Sidney B Cunningham Disbursing by 214 dam by Administrator Clerk of the House of Representatives Colt by Vatican sire of the greatest and a native of Madison county Ky yearling Belle Vara 238 in a race dam had his examining trial yesterday for by Abe Vanmeter full brother toBrown shooting at the riding page Turner K Chief the sire of the dam ot Prince Hackman and was held under 300 bond Wilkes for the grand jury Colt by Vatican dam by Whites Electric Lights at Stanford Hambletonian second dam by Black DiaOur former citizen Mr W N Potts mond Colt by Stranger son of Gold Smiths wants to do a good thing for Stanford The Journal of that town says Supt Maid 214 dam by Administrator Bay filly by Post Boy 222 full broth- Â¬ Potts is anxious for the town to put in electric fights He says if the council will er to Glummey G 215 dam the dam agree to pay a reasonable rate per light of Lizzie R 225 Several nice roadsters he will aftach a dynamo to the mil and harness horses EveryboJy invited engine and furnish them and the citizens all to inspect the Stable the light they want When we can have Physicians Enrolled electric lights at a reasonable figure and Under a recent act of the Legislature can provide water works so cheaply it is a wonder that moneyed men do not take entitled the Medical Practice Act all physicians are compelled to regit ter at hold of both enterprises the County Clerks office their names A Miootinjr place of birth school or system practiced Yesterday morning about day break as and school from which they graduated Welsh Hughes son of Dr Hughes of this date of graduation c The time for county was passing Green Harveys registration expires April 1st We give house in Madison county driving some below the list to date in the order enroll cattle Harvey put a shot gun loaded with ed squirrel shot out of a door and fired the J M Poyntz Scott county allopath contents into Hughes body It seems University of Louisville 1S61 that the two men have been at outs for C S Holton Mason county home some time the cause being it is alleged a opath Hahnemann College 18S5 woman Harveys wife and the latter Phil Roberts Madison county electic sought this mode of avenging hk wrongs Eclectic Medical Institute 1866 It is not known how bad Hughes is hurt John M Foster Jessamine al Univer- Â¬ Nicholasville Democrat sity of New York 1SS1 H K Middleton Garrard al Univer Â¬ The Same to Yon sity of Louisville 1S71 It is an old and true saying that laugh J Ayres Pcnn ec Eclectic College ing is catching The Register laughed at Medicine 1S57 The Climax because it got two figures J B S Frisbie Wayne ec Eclectic wrong one each in two separate articles College Medicine 1S53 Last week in one paragraph the Register Giles Harris Virginia al Ky School killed off a quarter section of the kings Medicine 18S0 English and subverted an ancient myth W R Ashe North Carolina a ological fact all in one fell swoop as fol University New York 1S88 follows He grew weary and laid down H W Bright Franklin al Bellevue to sleep Scarce had Morpheus folded New York 1S86 him in her gentle embrace before a bright C P Spillman Garrard al Transyldream visited him Moral People who vania 1844 reside in vitreous habitations should not C J Bales Virginia al University fling rocks of Maryland 1S7S W B Pigg Estill al Ky School Commercial Club Proceedings At the regular semi monthly meeting Medicine 18S2 J W Harris Madison al Ky School of the Richmond Commercial Club on last Friday evening Mr H J Streng Medicine 1864 Fain Jessamine al Louisville presided in the absence of the President The- - committee on printing reported Medical College 1S79 LJ Frazee Mason al Ky Medical that the five thousand circulars ordered School 1S69 at the last meeting setting forth facts J A Henderson Mo al University about Richmond and Madison county of Louisville 1867 Â¬ were ready for distribution and a commit A W Smith Ohio al Hospital Coltee appointed to take the same in charge lege Medicine 1SS5 A committee was appointed to confer T J Taylor Clark al Jefferson Med- Â¬ with the water works company ical College 1S74 The chairman of the committee to in C S Willmore al been practicing 43 quire into the general business outlook of the town reported that in his opinion years Wm Jennings Garrard al University every establishment within the city limits of Louisville 1849 is prospering and growing F Mc Hanger Va al University of A number of persons appeared at the Treasurers desk and recvived certificates Virginia 18S3 C E Hostetter Ohio al University of stock of Louisville 1S89 A Word from the State Geologist W T Hockaday Madison al Jeffer- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iife changed by the engineering corps and Fine flour al Bonanza Roller MilK will beimade just six inces higher than Dr James Rawlins died in Ecolt High Bridge thus giving the Louisvillj Southern Railroad Ihe highest bfidg county aged 03 years Flour meal bran and ehlpsltitt at structure In America Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken- Â¬ A trip over the line of the R N I It K Fc RjrAN Son B from Richmond to the Kentucky tucky River since our last issue revealed a larg s The Mayor of Lexington has ordered amount of work done on that part which all dogs killed which are found on the has been located mouth of Shallow Ford street without muzzles to the river The road will run aleng AND Young man youll ney r succeed at the loot of the hill on Uie left bank of with that girl until you buy her a box tile creek and crosses the river a hundred of biueliia sUperb cahdy It feet below the ferry landing on this side In the Court of Appeals the case of touching the bank a little farther down c was on the other side Heavy work is in Ihe Commonwealth vs Tale progress on the other side at the top of advanced and docketed fur the next the hill On this side of Uie river the term of the court work is unusually light except one tunnel Choice fancy candies in great quanti- Â¬ of probably six hundred feet There arc ty put up In boxes and ready lo send two camps one at Million and one at Per- Â¬ to your girl S Dinklii Co kins and they are well supplied with Whn the mangled remains of one mules carts scrapers and other requisites of Mrs Frances Barneys boarders was Laborers continue to come in especially brought to iter house In Knnxvllle from Virginia The work is moving she was so shocked that she dropped right along and will be finished before dead you know it has gotten under good head Â¬ Beans in quantity and variety and way all other Garden Seeds at Slocktou The annual meeting of the Stockhold 41 42 ers of the Kentucky Central Road was Willis A bank with 50000 capital has been held at the office in Covington yesterday The following Directors were elected I organized at Beattyville John Dining E Gates George Blis H E Huntington McGuireis President and O H Pol i Gen Sam Thomas Elliot Pendleton M lard of Henry county Cashier All of which are of the Latest E Ingallsand Calvin Brice No chang Designs Best Paper Hanging and House aud Sign Styles Choicest es were made in the Board The annual Painting by Balleuger Workmanship and at Prices to Horiue report was read and showed that the road Orders left at T J Trlbbies will re- Â¬ Defy Competition had done remarkably well during the past ceive prompt attention It year The gioss earnings for 1888 were Cyrus Young died in Lincoln county roi26SoS5 operating expenses 559 S6SS i net earnings 48362430 an in- of lockjaw caused from a wound in II crease over those of 18S7 of about 55000 the foot with a Flotort rifle His General Echols was in attendance at the father died two years ago of lockjaw WE ALSO HAVE meeting The Board of Directors will or Â¬ caused from a broken leg ganize next Tuesday and from the pres The Handsomest Line of Neckwear ent indications there will be ho change in ever shown in this city just received THEHfiNDSOfESTHERSE the management of the road The ques- Â¬ at Covington Mitchells 213 W tion of locating the machine shops was Main Street It Ever brought to Richmond and not discussed at all and the statement Miss Lncy Heeny of Winchester are prepared to attend to all Unmade in the Enqairers interview with Mr has become deranged over the death dertaking in the best stylo and in C P Huntington that the matter of loof her father which occurred last any part of the county cating the thopi was in the hands of Mr week and has been sent to the asylum jgsFWe solicit your patronage II E Huntington was verified It looks in Lexington satisiied that we can please you as if the shops would go to very much Stockton Willis have the very both in goods and prices Paris Ky as that city offers liberal in- Â¬ ducements to the company in the way of paints you want for your oprhiK paint Â¬ BUCHANAN GREENLEAF ground and 50000 in cash Cincinnati ing If you have a house or a barn a Main St East of First fence or a gate to paint call on Stock Â¬ Enquirer 41- ton Willis 41 42 PERSONAL - Oils Soap Drugs Medicines PaintMiss Mary Pickels has returned from Dye stufl Window Ghu s Putty BruBhes Books Stationary Periodicals Lexington at Stockton Wil Â¬ Kev R M Dudley of Georgotown and Newspapers lis 41 42 was here yesterday Mrs Jennie Champ wife of editor Judge I J Faubus has bought property Bruce Champ of the Bourbon New Â¬ at Armville Jackson county and removdied two weeks ago after a lingering ed from Middle Fork FDRNITDKE purchase A WHOLE SOLED FIRM When you buy furniture NEW GOODS LATEST DESIGNS Chamber Suits from the large stock now in our Warerooms Prepare tojk Pleased And all from a practically limited Stock of Bright AHGAINS H ifl at Xo their is- - Wallace BUD IS Rice The extensive dealers in FlM Hats GooQs 101 West Main Street Ky have received Richmond Parlor Suits Chairs Wardrobes Sideboards Extension Tables room Suits un- Â¬ Spring and Summer Stock- is much larger than ITew Styles For Spring ami it ever before handled they But have their prices are no larger than be fore They have OF Â¬ -- Racks Bed room Suits Facts and Figures Convince Every Grade and Variety c all Comers tliat we offer tlie BOCTS SHOES Opportunity of tlie Season tiiat the public Their line of GENTLEMENS could wish TN IIV Â¬ UNDERTAKING SPECIAL STYLES andLOWPEICES HIGH CUT LACED CALF SKIN SHOES is especially full The same in Congress and Buttons Abo Ueafc Â¬ OD OF AXIi KIEIZS OF EVERY ZUESSGRIPTIQET and Kangaroo Both French ami Â¬ kmn Ml Â¬ The new and popular Ooze Calf with Tanfox IH LMHES SHOES THEY HAVE ALL THAT Medium and Common BOOTS and SHOES ZST The Best Markets Afford French Sene heels in Oxford Tie Adonis Buckles Lew Buttons Newport Ties and BraaoK EVERY VARIETY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TJ Â¬ Teachers A T Million County Superin- ttndentof Public Schools informs us that u will be necessary for all teachers of Public schools now holding certificates to bere examineAon the one subject of Civil Government FriJay July 5th has been d apart as the day of examination Qoraley W C Gonnley Co announces this eek a complete stock of every thing Pertaining to a well appointed saddle and tamest shop They continue at their egant stand corner Main and Second lreets formerly occupied by Dr J P HernJon as a drug store Call and see hem Riot The merchants of Richmond rls up A wis week Frankfort Ky March 23 89 J Clay Esq President Waco Min- Â¬ ing Company Richmond Ky Dear Sir Just returned from a prolonged trip I find your letter and box of clays awaiting These clays are most excellent material and suitable for all purposes for which clay is used This applies to the sand as well With this letter I send you a volume bearing on clays and their industrial applications which I trusty may Te oTuse io you All the specimens sent have been properly mount- Â¬ ed and placed In the State Museum We will be pleased to receive other specimens you may have to spare and wc are much indebted to you for the material kindly sent Wishing you success in this enter Â¬ Very Truly Yours prise I remain John R Proctor Kentucky Geological Survey BJ son Medical College 1S66 J T Hood Clark al Jefferson Medi- Â¬ Â¬ cal College 1865 W T Sexsmith been practicing for more than 25 years W U Martin Fayette al University of Louisville 1S62 Druggists G W Willis H L Perry E C Wines W G White R C Stock- Â¬ ton J J Brooks G A Lowe B L Mid- Â¬ dleton All have diplomas John Scott a big railroad man of Penn- Â¬ sylvania is dead The Northern Pacific and tne Milwau Â¬ kee Central railroads have been consoli- Â¬ dated on their own ess td by force of arms and their pocket- oons too took possession of the columns f The 1 Climax We hope our readers be patient under the pressure this k as we promise not to slop over Sam unless another riot occurs Placed His Order Mr C L Searcy returned from a tour fthe eastern and northern cities After ttteving numerous propositions he con trcted whh the extensive publishing eof R S Peale Co of Chicago r the manufacture of Searcys Ledger now m the hands of one of the lare- concerns in the world and will be ed for all that i In k An agent will sent to the great French exposition ummer and it is probable that Mr i fll trn nrnn In tnnV w his interests rr The contract has been let for the Dr M C Heath has bought of Squire Louisville Hardinsburg and Western WHHs the latlers blue grass farm of three Railroad and work has begun hundred acres out on Barnes Mill turn- Â¬ It is believed that the Kentucky Midpike near White Oak Pond church at 50 land Railroad will be running trains from per acre or 15000 Squire Wilfis has bought of Dr Heath Frankfort to Georgetown by the middle of May The railroad has purchased two the St Nicholas Hotel on Main street engins four passenger coaches two com- Â¬ in Richmond formerly the Willis House for 10500 This does not include the bination cars and a number of freight cars Wherritt property on the west side or to begin operations with as soon as the bridge is completed the frame house on the east side The work of grading the Louisville Possession will not be given of either property until next fall or possibly until Southern road bed in Fayette county be- Â¬ tween Lawrenceburg Versailles and Lex Â¬ the end of the year Dr Heath tills is merely an Idea of ington is being pushed forward very rap Â¬ our own will probably handle a few idly by more than 1500 workmen all fast ltorses blooded cattle and fine sheep along the line and within sixty days the and hogs as a sort of diversion from his laying of rails will be begun from Versaill- Â¬ profession Squire Willis will this is an es The bridge being constructed over otheridea of our own likely be a candi Â¬ the Kentucky river at Tyrone which or Â¬ date for County Judge when the time iginally was to have been five feet lower than the famous High Bridge has been comes around next year Â¬ Big Real Estate Deal Judge Whittaker W II Crigler of Malaga grapes Tangerine oranges Covington Dr J W Pryor J Krausc A O Hodges Lexington L C Norman Cuban bananas California lemons W II Posey Frankfort registered at the Fiord ia pine apples South American dates aud Irish potatoes at Dinellis Madison Club the past week Henry B Russell of Wood lord coun- Â¬ That Tired Feeling ty who was a member of Company Afilicta nearly every one In the spring D 7th Kentucky Cavalry has had u The system having become nccustonied pension allowed him which amounts to the bracing air of winter ia weaken- Â¬ for back pay between 0000 and 7000 ed by the warm days of the changing Watermelon Cantelope Muskmtlon season and readily yields to attacks of disease Hoods Sarnaparilla is just Squash Cymbllug Pumpkin Cucum- Â¬ the medicine needed It tones ami ber Tomato Radish aud Turnip Seed build up every part of the lxdy and fresh from Laudreths at Stockton 41 42 expels all impurities from the blood Willis Trv it this season It The first coke from the new oven3 near Piueville has been turned out M Bernard Gralz a wealthy farmer It is beautiful in texture aud color and and stock raiser died at his home in closely resembles the Pocahontas coke Wonlfonl county Monday aged 67 Landreths Celebrated Garden Seed years He was a bachelor and leaves 900 acres stock etc He was working fresh from headquarters and warrant- Â¬ when suddenly attacked with acutn ed to be as good as any seed iu the world for sale by Stockton Wiluremia and died in three days lis 41 42 If you require a spring medicine If At Floreuce Sunday morning the you are suffering with languor debili- Â¬ ty pimples build catarrh chronic wife of Esquire Billiter died of iufla sores pcroftila or loa of appetite or matiou of the bowels and Esquire any disease arising from impure blood Billiter died of grief next morning take Ayers Sarsaparllla the safest The couple were aged she being 57 and most economical of all blood puri- Â¬ and he 64 fiers Sleepless ulghts Have you a cough It need no longer trouble you Ayers The K U Railroad Company on Cherry Pectoral will stop that cough Saturday bought the farm of Mr 8 J allay the inflammation heal the pulCurry in the northwestern suburbs of monary orgaus and give you health the city coutaluiug 1 23 acres tor 22 Last Sunday the remains of Geo J 000 cah Speculation is rife to the many thinking the car Allen son of Rev S L Allen of this purchasers chops of the company will be located city reached Lexington from Seven there The company also purchased Rivers N M where he recently died all the land the road may cut oQ the The body waj buried in the cemetery farmofT C Robinson at 11250 per at Ldzluglou acre Winchester Democrat If you have not tried any of our var- Â¬ ious brands of flour do so at ouce aud For Rent House uml 4 acres of be convinced that you can get as good ground J of a mile from Court house flour at home aud at as low prices as on Lexington pike Apply to W W you can anywhere else 41 42 C H Pigg 41- E Fobman Son For 33 years New Hampshire has If you have a dress or any otber gar Â¬ had a prohibitory liquor law But the ment that ueeds dyeing go to Stock temperance people desired to have it ton Willis aud get their Fant Culor incorporated in Ihe Constitution to Dyes 41 42 which the last Legislature agreed Mr 8 AL Duncan of this city has The result was Ihe defeat of the amend- Â¬ been made a member of the Fflsou ment by a good majority Club a historical society of LouisAll of our show cases are full to over Â¬ ville This a distinguished but well flowing aud still they wont hold our deserved honor Nicholasville Jour- Â¬ Immense Spring Stock of Neckwear nal Call and tee for yourself Goveuor McCreary Pride ot Rich Â¬ Covington MrTcnrxt mond 011 Gold mid Bluegru8 Belle 213 W Muiu St It flour al Bonanza Roller M Ills 41- EFORMAN Among the many interesting letters Son which Rev Dr R Ryland of Lexing Â¬ Louis Daggart a well known Bath ton received on his 84th birthday 14th county citizen sober and industrious was one from his oldest pupil who is went to 11 neighbors Saturday and re- Â¬ now in bis 85ih year and one from quested him to take charge of his fam- Â¬ his youngest pupil who is in his third ily fray lug he was crazy aud was going year his baby grandson to whom the lo kill himself He Instantly whipped venerable doctor is teaching the alpha- Â¬ out a razor aud cut across his uetk bet From Boston to Santa Fe from making a mortal wound Mt Sterling Virginia to Maine manifested their af Gazette ectlon in the moat gratifying maimer Donelson uses the best material tha There have been more chickens de Â¬ the market affords aud the best work- Â¬ stroyed by cholera since the war than men He puts up none but the best there were men killed during the war work Buggies carriages etc made but Gantera Chicken Cholera Cure to order Call on him apr4 tf will soon stop that It is sold and Flonr Willis warranted by Stockton It At the Bonanza Roller Mills you Roswell Beardsley postmaster at will find such choice brands of flour as North Lancing N Y is the oldest Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Ptide of postmaster In the country having Richmond and Governor McCreary by John Qnlncy been appointed 41- E Forman Son Adam aud holding the office for 63 How to Get Rich years He la about 00 years old Go to Dinellis on next Monday aud ret your dinner It will be ready by Dont fail to call at Covington lie tima you get there It Mitchells and see their Latest Spring Styles of Neckwear It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ilintss IN THE NEWEST BESIGNS- - ats in all Shapes CARPETS IN HATS THEY HAVE THE Knox Stetson Marwick and Austin Drew both hard and soft A FcllLixk of Remember that our Stock of Calicoes Furnishing Goods Â¬ Shirts Domestics Challis Sateens White Goods including Monarchand CuffsE W and Coon Collars Laces and Embroideries is unsurpassed NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION variety Gloves in Come and see us and we will convince sortment ofgreat and Linen An as Hand Silk kerchiefs you that we have the goods you want and Hosiery of Every Grade at the prices you like UMBRELLAS in silk ami other - goods with assorted handles 41- Â¬ - el jr STiELiEiisra-- it Elegant line ot Shirt Jewelry a saddles IF RE EM AS w This space is reserve for m mwi CO con- Â¬ Â¬ -- Jackj rFreomans advertisement of IM extensive atnl choice lot of hoots Aand shoes which is now arrivirtg tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Itichmond Ky formerly occupied bv J P Ilerndon as a drug tore WCtiORMLEY bFull particulars next week Y Sales fciJ S C anil Harness Â¬ as sf LsXs- CD 0WE1T McSEE McKee Traynor Xiclnnoiid Kentuclcy AT TSATNOE SmilOiS PUBLIC OF Hum uy Uiiis BI6lUJD io PARK FOR 1889 hv 30 to insure dFOlEEIr TnrTj- - Vermont 3rd dum by Uray KajIe 1 JljlIES amMnoaclMn 21 specialty of MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gokl and Silver Buck Â¬ les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Carry Combs Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings anil everything else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ dlery and Harness Shop A a IB i ot r- - e re I0WR At 2p M LOTS GEORGE MAGEATHSSTMr 89 luli by Abdullah mTTTUfflirTff U j JLlJ jLXSUL by Rysdicks Hatubletoiilan dam Zidia Warren by Light Road Track Harness Black Bashaw Jr 2nd dim by Voorliees Abdal Gormley made the harness with 50 to insure sire of Kysdickd Hambletonian which Susie S won her great BufÂ¬ On Friday April 12 I will oiler for f nle at publio auction THIKTEEN LOTS in my ad Â¬ dition to the City of Itichmond Two of th e are large corner lots adjoining the K C R It TERMS One half cash nnd the re- Â¬ mainder on January 1st 1890 without interest A Hen will be retained to se- Â¬ Will make the present season at the Mablesof W J Collin three miles cure deferred payment east of Richmond on the Union City 41 43 WM CROW turnpike where he will servo jennets that with which brmo Pntchen 2nd dam Alice Walker by Alexanders Edwin Forest 3rd dam Bell Vara raised herself from 2 ai 10 m- - 500 to IJird by Crusader sou of Sir Archy 4II1 dam oy uiu ioiperooiioin 5000 4M sure ALL WORK WARRANTED 41 40 The Finest Jack In Tha World falo race and also lourbon Chief EGALITE Three-Year-Old Record 233 Public Eenting OF at stake at Lex Â¬ Winner of the ington Ky Fnlr iu 1SS8 ami both stakes at same place in 1S84 making his record of 233 in a jog Sired bv Egbert sire of Emma paer Superior 225 210 Esraont 223 Benefactor 4 year old 227J Illiuoi t Eebert 229U 2nd dam by the dam of Uloster 217 Alexanders Norman wire of Lula 215 May Queen 220 and the dams Nor Â¬ man Medium 220 Fanny IinMnnn 220 Maiden 223 Bjuner Boy 2s Alice Add tain 227 and Bed Jim 230 Egbert by Kysdyfcs Hauibteionian lain by Messenger Duroc aud he by 1st dum by titnekbridge Chief hire of SADDLES HARNESS AIKB GEAR The old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of 1I S40 to Insure A Livma G No OT James Elbert Powell of Kansas City a temperance lecturer died of delirium tremens at Juuctlon Cily Friday night IIAPPJNESS AND CONTENTMENT i Cannot go hand in hand If we look on the dark side of every Utile obstacle Nothing will ea darken II fo and make it n burden as Dyspepsia Ackeru Dyt pepsia Tablets will cure the worst form of Dyspepsia Constipation and indigestion and make life a happiness and pleasure Sold at 25 and 60 cents by W O White Prescription Drug Rlst Reason payable when coalt is fooled Will keep jetints on crass for 10 cent per day In all casea the crazing On SATURDAY MARCH 30TH must be paid when the jennet U taken at 10 oclock a m near Mrs Tatums away eviry care will betaken but no residence I will rent for the year 1S89 responsibility for accidents or escapes about 250 Acres to go in corn and oats BOURBON CHIEF U 16 hands 3 and about 50 acres of grass land weighs For full information see M F Arbuck inchiBliigh without shoe anil bigeft 1200 pounds making him the Ie or T S Burnam jtok in the world He Is coal black Terms made known on day of sale with mealy nose and for bone weight Jt MRSJEXNIEB MORAN style action uud appearance has no equal BouttuoN Chief was sired by Red Hercules he by Patterson mond Buena Vista he by old Bueua Vista be by imported Mamraotii Remaining unclaimed In the Post Home- Â¬ Hercules dam by imparled spar- Office at Richmond Ky week ending March 26lb 1889 1st lam by car- Â¬ tlo HOURBON 1IIIEFSImported Na Â¬ Lears Napoleon he by Adams Thomas Price John poleon 2nd dam by Bueua Vista 3rd Ilrotice Annie Rice Mrs G P dam by Imported Castilllan Green Bell Roberts Al vie Parker Cella E Wood Robert WJ J S COLLINS Phelps Larra 40 52 Post Office hours from 6 a 21 to 7 v G II Money order and registered letter 41- 20G Main Street hours prompt 7 a ji to u p sr J B WILLIS P M 26 Second PICKEIrS Spurs C0RN OAT GRASS LAND Garnett House stock of Blankets Whips Street next to lias a complete Horse lBfV Saddles Harness Bridles Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Oils and Too Weights Seaps everything else needed by persons who handle horses WHOLESALE LETTBRS -- Salt Lime Cement the Celebrated stead Fertilizers in load lots just received and trade supplied at Lowest Prices JOHN TAYLOR George J Hnydwi died in a cheap boarding houfee In St Louis He was supposed to be poor After his death it was discovered that he bad over 60000 ia cash bonds aud stocks The KInger Manufacturing Company CATTLE CATTLE ii building a machine with Hand Attachment and Forable specially O adapted for invalid travelers to In order to close out n partnership All persons Indebted to Wallace Me desire to sell SEVENTY HEAD of nice prior to January 1st 15S9 will cost S25 cash Any one wlidilnK a Cuttle it not void privately they will please call at once and settle Those machine of tbia typo will pleas leave bj oflered to the hlghext bidder in failing to do wi by the 1st day of My order at Jne office 13 First street BJchmoud on April court dny J F Stonk 18S9 will Out their ucumints In the haoib ot an olllcer for collf ciinu This P 8 It Isaild only by order not Hasii DeJarnett kept in stock notice means precisely what it eajs Stephen D Pakkisu J PA 41 46 RicumoudKy 40 Wallace Ricb PAY UP Please Head Ryzdyks Hambletonian EGALIIE is a very rich chestnut sorrel 16 hands 1 inches high ami weighs over 1200 pouuUslie is the finest horse ever seen iu this county eltlier standing or hi harness Hia eoltsall have size finfedi and action Although he has sired but few colls he is sire of in Ken- Â¬ one of the best tucky Jiis record is no indication 01 his seed He could trot close to 220 at a Mr Henry Traynor who named hiinsus barring tiusie 8 lie Is the fastest and gam est horse he ever handled He will make the season of 18S0 at John B Clienaulls place 1 miles trom Richmond on Lexington pike at 25 TO INSUE3 A LIVING COLT Money due when mare ia parted with otherwise when cult is fimled EGALITE lias never made a season for lees than 50 but in order to give him an opportunity to prove his supe Â¬ riority a3 a sire we have placed itis services within Ihe reaoli of all this j ear In placing the services of Ibis horse betoie the public we will say that you can not possibly make a mis lake by breeding to him If yon dont gela trotter you will get a horce that will always command a big price Mares kept 011 grass at 10 cents per day Accidents or escapes at owners risk 40- JNO B CI IENAULT CO i three-year-olds Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the best material used Gentlemens ladies and boys Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Haroes Backhands Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Only experienced workmen em ployed If you want a Saddle you have a hundred to selcet from ransing Â¬ V rMaaPLIi want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 3 up All prices of Plow Gear tlie cheapest to tlie best SMM- thing entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ot lap Cloths ever brought to 11 inprice from 4 upwards It oix aV rw Bm mBBMBjjBBK 3wfrf3i rv c v wi I I ft ADRUFF 1 ABOUT BLOOD HOUNDS Ill t The War to Capture Cat Throats Who Operate In the Mounlalnt The frequent murders committed in this State have revived the subject of using blood hounds for the capture of the murderers The roads loading throughout the mountains afford a safe field for the operation of such Sends Under existing conditions a man may bo murdered in opon daylight and no matter how vigilant the officers it is next to impossible to hunt down the Cheap Counter WE HAVE AGAIN OPENED DP ODR CHEAP COUNTER AKD V I THE TENORS REVENGE SHERIFFS SALE OF He Brood Ornr the Kncore anil Decide sweetness of his voice and consequent ly a favorite with tho public This was gratifying to him but encores grew lie was a tenor singer noted for tho to Trf It lllronrlf ill The Clothier First and Main Streets 1KALEK IS Waiahoa Clucks Jewelry Silver and Absolutely Pure Sewlork niftrrfl of trrnRili and wlialemenfKs More FOttHHiural than the onluirv klmls antl cannot Iw m11 in roiitiK Ilttoa Willi the mul UliHJrN tit low le t Hliort weiflil hIuiii ami pliopliata ixlfi K SiUl only in cull Royai IUKIXuIowdbsCoHS Vail street Tills purity A PMed ware ete Special atleMthm given to powlr neter Tarir HWINQ DIAMONDS AKfl OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Prmni- - thane ami In a workmanlike rammer DR LULi psnn 19 21 20 OFFERED TT1 J lSs U7 VBT W Vb9 Ii II mi for an Incurable case of Catarrh 11 tad bj the propnetors Of In the Carii Paid for Old Gold and SilYer Xar Dont forget the place nt xt door lit the Port olficr KidMlHHid Ky Jmn 4 If ASTER5 CHICKEN obstruction of throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent Woody and putrid eyes weak ringiDg in ear deafness difficulty of clearing throat expecto rattoa of offenslvo matter breath offensive etneU and taste impaired and peneral debility Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres-Â¬ ent at once Thousands of cases result la con Â¬ sumption and end in the RTat e By its mild soothing and bealin properties TJr- - Saiffs Kemedy cures the worst eases 50c SAGES CATARRH REMEDY ITcniJache Symptom ot Calarrli falling Into nose discharges porpetrators Once out of sight of the scene where the tragedy was committed the murÂ¬ derer is safe unless phre occidont reveals his identity But if each sheriff of the different counties were empow- Â¬ ered by law or demanded by custom to keep a pack of blood hounds escape would be next to impossible If it were known that at every county 6cat there were such animals the discoverer of a dead body in the highway would guard the spot and keep all footsteps away until the dogs arrived so that the sure scent would be gained Then the officers would only have to follow the hounds to catch the guilty party Blood hounds are said to be able to follow the deer or other animal of which they are in pursuit through herd after herd of the same animals and they will recognize its trail on the ground as long as twelve or fourteen hours after the creature has passed by and if it is lost on one day and they are put upon its fresh track the follow- Â¬ ing morning they will follow it sislong as it runs on solid ground In pursu- Â¬ ing they arc so slow that a horse can always kesp them in sight and in a Â¬ Cholera Cure U3 UelKovdut rneQualedasaHTCrPIlI Bmalestcheap One Pellet a Dose est ea est to take Cure Mcli Ileadnclic ISillous Hcadacbe riidlgestioD IizzincJS Cottstlpatlou dcranscments of KUIous Attacks and all cts by druirgists 23 bowels the stomach and 25 24 ivoasaTvt QWSbB IXQlVCOS The Orifflnal UTTIB I IVFR Pill S Tiwla Tmf4 i WiLSN A 1 Wj - mzmw w Fe Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every jear from Choi en It is more fatal to chickens than J1 other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positniy tmm it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial- - A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a book the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded 19 IS STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ lrt4 XS 41 tec VRcAurtct D RrciH fcp -v TtAw IlSr Ht h ritJ ryvA Ml long chase an active pedestrian can keep them in hearing They can be trained to chase slowly if necessary These dogs never make a mistake in their man They will follow the trail of the one they are after no matter how many other foot marks cross it Let it once be known that blood- Â¬ hounds are within reaching distance and highway murderers would be ex Â¬ ceedingly scarce It would break up the traffic for such men would know their detection was sure They have been objected to on the ground of inhumanity But these humanitarians seem to think only of the murderers and not of the innocent who are the subject of their brutality The ownor of a pack of bloodhounds in a county would be a terror to ovil doers It would break up the gangs of despera- Â¬ does that now flourish It would make life and property more safe Incendi- Â¬ aries and burglars would soon quit operations if they knew their trail Blood- Â¬ would lead to their discovery hounds would save the counties need-Â¬ less expense in the trial of innocent persons who are sometimes arrested on Bloodhounds ought to bo suspicion kept in every mountain county Ke vada Cml Herald BREAK BONE FEVER GWKS WHE8E All LS FAilS BMtOouh8yrnp- - Tastes good Use in time boiaujaroepstfl - rvu I believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Dowkli Euitor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 16S7 Dohbfoo SIrctrlo Soap - TWL BEST FAIRLY SOAP IN rx THE WOULD UjsSsn few KtiadsSfFna e Gilj - pa1 f 2000 Axn itw u d or w- flE Cw iWctw f i w- t yf u i tfee 1 is j it iiiuitjrTa cMicr viiit ta 4 11 - n r uhi The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is Pisoa Cure rou Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c CURES WHFftF InthrI cvci u Jtirlairae J itU- tr ajfx sftil Iw s wb TT wa tiH au art- - 9s 13 otbrsatp ke verb dor w j it srukfli Jcavifcg i T Jatt- - - S - 111 F1SF ltba L loft aad vrbUe -- ui Utc f BestConghSyrcp Tastes ood Dss ii wsio coiu orfiruianfts 41 11 fiUS READ THIS TWICE J ba rjTS -- tone Sauj itwjw IxlSU trlHl a 3 J IKrl 1 p cf ftxt s great aaTinrcftHBe of labor a1 of tW fabric where Hob Md HCCortUiitr lo 1 lrtc- - par all I ItitSM ilai aarf oonaarrtiitwL 6Ht taB3kethsttnit it a citererdy iau aiawaMiate its gnat merit It J3eware of Imitations Klectnc Dont take PubaMpIisa Eicctnc Icc3sc it is cheap Tfcey rayacrfriH aacaacibsr at ny pree Ailkt vflaataa TWHST am EMiii alacacuc T cuo M lAA ztrcca5yT1v--o- i - cu Hiuw Mraaa rcjn it 11 hoc If vwr luut it be orJer fas fe iaic irumlt trcccr fAD carefully il um4c wrapticr amtind each -- bar aad he canto directions csaacaasMaVivT YoacnitDot nflortl ta r tr sag in yo rxeT thw aid rehabk mm talM other Bar ezeutsu K4y er ry gmecrlrow 3 vi u1b1ot Oeiifctns Eieatrlc Sorb I L CRAGIN CO 27 53 2ha PoBniar Tin fcstvrcm CinciiiDatlj Tkt Satire Traiai IiidiauapoIiSj and TD2eiS8 Philaikipjiia Pa LAFAYETTE Characterized br a Hash Kesem bllng That of Scarlet Ferer During the yellow fever postilonce in the South this year thore was re-Â¬ ported an outbreak in one place of dengue or what is commonly known in this country as break bone fever pronounced gen ga Dengue is characterized by savero pains in the joints back nok temples and eyes by severe prostration and a rash somewhat resembling that of scarlet fever Most of the bodily organs may be more or less affected The patient may have felt well up to the first mo- Â¬ ment of attack and his first symptom may have been a pain in a single joint of bis finger wliich soon extends to the other joints and bones After one or two days there is generally a remis- Â¬ sion from two to four days when the fever returns This at length gradually subsides but leaves the patient weak and in much pain and recovery to health is slow It is a self limiting disease with a tendency of itself to a favorable termination In some cases it is exceedingly mild in some it may be exceedingly severe and fatal It is probably duo to microbes and like other diseases having a similar cause tends to become epidemic and may have an extensive spread It is native to India and some other Eastern countries but is wholly unknown in England It has prevailed as an epi demic in the West Indies South Amer ica and the Gulf States of the United States Its prevalence seems depend- Â¬ ent on some undetermined atmos- Â¬ pheric conditions but like most epi- Â¬ demics it follows lines of travel and social intercourse It seems to be well established that every epidomic of dengue has been carried directly from place to place Its course and the means by which it has made its jour- Â¬ neys are usually capable of being ac-Â¬ A Disease curately traced Epidemics prevailed along our South1828 1850 and 1880 all of which it is bolievod wore clearly traceable to importation In 1885 the dengue swept over Texas and spared but few towns It was a peculiarly severe type was attended by unusual complications and followed by very grave sequoias or after results In Austin alone there were twenty thouÂ¬ sand cases and yet of those only twolve proved directly mortal The infectious character of the disease seems to have been generally unknown and honce no efforts wore made to prevent contagion The microbe the living organism to which the disoase is believed to bo duo 4s thought to have boon discovered by Dr J W McLaughlin president of the Texas Microscopic Association Youths Companion Â¬ INSURANCE TOBNADO Wtist Cbtsn td PHllraan SlerliT Cars CTirtXloccstTic cllaing Ohair Csri on irairj Uacmlflceat Xrlor Carj oa Day Vrsiac ern coast in so Tzi SETWEBW A 1 tadalM -- FIRE LIGHTNING and Cincinnati and St Louie TU thi C I St L r lUtlasy KS Seven Spiendid Companies North America - Thiladelpiiia Sprntgfield -- rallaiaBafletSierpnC t p KttunHcrr rfiit Cnair Cars Xevr ttrst Clors Lcai 41 foid Claas Ceacbes and Bapepa Canit - n t uo s wttkeot chiage bUwrea laujaatt utt K Lii- r- sad Uks lsr Jermania Connecticut Niaepra - Reclining CMir Ci Hartford CommodiousBrrwcn New York IsiiiSifslk FK n21il55 l Efthk I Antaxon - Cincinnati rewHiyivaHia - Philadelphia C I fit L A C s4 T T a W W 4 rJc- St Irl r itric ROCK BOTTOM RATES nedlate cuaat ni ere ffom tfcs rttrlbwf t Tttt r Qce at Farmers National Bank Tbmfk Tklrfi rsi Bejjsr I f r- t l he obtativcd at Call aod see us before placing Can CKtIuij nrT Tr c OiTrrsl r your insurance IOHH ECAsTlseMr BDRNAM HUME N B Milling property and country stores a specialty - MasgachuseUs - New York - Cincinnati and Vcorli c 1 feEegant Rcciinlnjc Cis3r Car BtTWTSif st L r e4 xrw - JJao -- I i f 4 t t c Emperor Francis Joseph The Emperor of Austria is the most eccentric of smokers His tastes in tobacco run In a very democratic di- Â¬ rection for his favorite weed is the oheap and evil smolllnjj cigar affected by the Vionnese cabmen The Emperor will hardly consent to smoke any m other tobacco and as the cigar in quesSS St OUl 1 tion is particularly pungent the gen- Â¬ tlemen of his court who have to danco attendance on Ills Majesty endure mar- Â¬ tyrdom Some years ago a benevolent F fraud was attempted on the Emperor Cigars ol the finest brand wore pro pared in the exact shape and form of the vile weeds the Emperor smoked and were sent to His Majestys purvey- Â¬ or who was instructed to represent to annouace that lie Las these choice imitations as the abomin- Â¬ Dedres opened a new But the Im- Â¬ able weeds themselves perial palate was not to bo deceived The imitations were thrown away and ever since the purveyor to the Emper- Â¬ or has refused to bo corrupted The Emperor still revels in his regalias Cor Detroit Fres Press AND Tho Republican party returns to KENTUCKY power on tho grand platform of pro- Â¬ tection to trusts The debts of the OABBIAGE campaign of boodle must bo paid As for the public the party will put into JOHN DONELSON practice once more tho sentimont so apr4 U PROPRIETOR pithily expressed on a certain occasion AT by the lata William H VanderbUt - -- Tho only public worthy of the consid- Â¬ aXU tM l W A eration of the Republican party is VUU War V4t lvv ai that of the trusts Albany Argus aT Jt ktVt aflPl ifllnaafTL Case lauC -V -- - -- lew Harflware Â¬ IE CARRIAGES OLATTDE SMITH Hardware Stove WORKS TUSTWARE HOUSE -- WftU tO No 26 N Second St BBWi itvirVBr i r rf i1 - ErfMUMW jlUarakl J raara f iHWl ai AlMMMaek T W fS rfc iaH7HiaailM1UtaMMfVftww V J5rJzr irlCi tJ Wpy tfl cziarwa tVJtaJr wot r AdrfM i hI TMT arna fe Car WbW IlM WaYia r Matt VH ajaal aiaaal Vaaat tWaval PafmbM Q innfi t at ii aJ af tI fllZati Armors old stand REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 3 Lincoln County Ga requires oa the average only a day and a half of court At tho last session the orly prisoner who has been In Jail in tho county for several yeara was let go ou his own recognizance the prosocutor failing tc appear consider It unfair that he should bo competed to perform doublo work every night that ho sang lie thought theso things over until he waxed wroth tho I WILL ON Ono day whtlo promenading fAT McKEES OLD STAND principal street of tho city where ho 1 89 was singing ho thought ho would do a MONDAY Richmond Ky little encoring himself and see how It Gor in front of the Court houe in Richmond would work- - He stepped into a hat 1ST Ky between the hours of 10 oclock A store found tho proprietor whom ho recognized as a patron of tho opera M and 6 oclock P M tell the follow Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to ing property to pai She taxes for the year and asked the price of a silk hat Seven dollars was the reply all of our customers and friends who may take advantage and wo lSSS Tho tenor selected ono and paid for offer it and then he shouted Encoro asked tho What do you mean proprietor in amazement GOODS Repeat tho hat said tho tonor Richmond District No 1 Certainly sir said the proprietor VALUE handing down another and exact stock on the CHEAP TABLE at very reduced rates in our Byrum Bettie and Nannie Faulk- Â¬ duplicate ner l town lot 2500 The man with a voice picked them Baxter Mrs Iteoecca I town lot- - Coo both up and started for tho door GOODS TRUNKS VALISES GEHTS FURHISHEHG Rallard Nancys heirs 48 acres land 500 Hold on thore cried the hatter 600 you havent paid for that other hat Francis Mrs Pettis 1 town lot Miller John T 1 town lot I got it on an encore explained 450 Park HoraceNR 55 acres land Sco tho tenor An encoro Richmond Milling Co 1 town lot 300a Yos its an encoro hat I paid for ShortriJge Mrs E J 1 town lot- - 1500 one and then I called for an encoro Postcvm District No 2 and got It Thats all right But we dont do business that way Elizabeth 6S acres land Jackson 540 You oblijro U3 to though Newby James 15 acres land 150 Explain Union District No 3 Tres volontiers You wcro at thft wero you not Denney James D 5 acres land 30 opera last night Yes I was there but I dont see Powell Isaac 4 acres land 200 what that has to do with your getting Elliston District No 4 a hat for nothing Listen You paid to hear the opera ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR Benton Hiram NR 20 acres land 160 sung Daniels Jas X R 38 acres land 100 no deadhead Gertainly I did Elkins Fielding 20 acres land - 200 Sposo we call tho twoIm hats Wilcox Thos N R 50 acres land 400 Dont call them yet You didnt pay to hear that opera sung twice did Yates District No 5 you 200 Archibald W D Co acres land How absurd Certainly not What Co do you say to 12 for the two Asbell Litfield 30 acres land Say nothing until I get through I 100 Benge Rice 30 acres land pro- Â¬ Cox Elizabeth 45 acres land 150 am the tenor of that opera troupe 100 Nearly every nria that I sang I was Corpenter Fielding 2 1 acres land Gooch Mrs Eliza 100 acrts land 150 required to repeat and if I am not you jelled encoro louder Co mistaken Gooch Cornelius 30 ncrcs ljnI- Metaphorically 100 than any ono else Hunter John 45 acres land speaking you wore getting two hats Land Marian 5 acres land 50 npr 18 tf and this caps tho climax for tho price 8 Lamb Sarah So acres land of one sec McQiiec Thorn is 90 ires r d ioo Tho hatter did see and ho wanted o McAnallv Sal lie 25 acre- - land 100 make tho singer a present of a hat to Rose Haden6o acres land- 200 set tho matter even but ho declined WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF it k Todd J King Adinr lor Maggie bowed and pursued the even tenor of TodJ 204 acres land 3 2040 his way Texas Siftinga Terry Wm 50 acres land 50 THE BEGGING HABIT Gldo District No 6 C5- - IE Has Varlou IThya In Which It Make the Crowlet Mrs Pattie So acres land- - 200 KxUtenca ot Duty 31 en it Harden Hendricks Dudley 4 acres land Two school girls of sixteen passing 50 WE ALSO HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK OF- Harrison Levi acreUnd - 200 through a crowded street the other lla Win 1 town lot Bcrea 150 day wore accosted by a etout boy of Park Jame- - heirs 5 acres land 30 twelve who bogged loudly for monoy IP-A-IPIEW-A-XjIPreston Alice town lot Ierea 50 to buy a piir of shoes IR Li o Why should I givo you money 100 Viii John 105 acres land Why do you not said ono ol them Phillips Ann N R 1 lot Berea 300 work and earn it WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YOU Ready Gabriel 10 acres land 100 The girls hurried homo and sat CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN SirksviUe District No 7 down eagerly to write a lottor to a in Baker Mrs Julia A 2 acres land 200 man holding a high official position CINCINNATI OHIO U 8 A Gentry Mrs Nannie 330 acres land 8400 the country soliciting his autograph Write for Catalogue and a sontiment They inclosed a SOS Long Nick V I acre land 3 two cent stamp for a reply This mans iusscy Joe K t acres land 200 time was given to his work so entirely Poosoy District No S that ho scarcely reserved tho hours necessary for rest or sleep He re-Â¬ Agee R and II C Whittaker 41 UKMSTOI BENNETT ceived numbsrloss such np peals for acres land 200 autographs which if ho answered Co Merriman 10 acres- Murphy them would cost both labor and time Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky Short apll8 tf John NR 13 acres land 200 What right had any stranger to beg Sanders Giles N R 99 acres land 1000 either from him simply to gratify their own whim Uillien District No 0 N 106 W Main St next door to Second National Bank The habit of bogging is not confined Agee Ambrose 45 acres land 450 to professional mendicants A mer- Â¬ A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every description The Clark Mrs Matilda 70 acres land 95 chant puzzled about a legal point in UNIVERSAL PLOW both right and left hand equal to any plow Davis Mrs Ben NR 25 acres- 30 his business puts the case at dinner to made Double Snovel Plows The best cultivator in the market Newby Alsie 25 acres of land a friend who is a lawyer and receives Sewer Pipe in abundance 3 PUMPS Tudor Patsia 1 acre land 70 tho advice for nothing for which he is able lo pay Tho uncles aunts and cousins of a young physician consult John on all Choice lot of CUTLERY edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware their minor aliments but would never in abundance think of tendering John a fee Richmond District ITo 1 GUTTERING- All classes and ages of mon and BOOFLNG VALUE women write to tho editor of the morn- Â¬ so- Boyd Isaac i town lot 600 ing newspaper for information upon may2 tf overy imaginable subject information Campbell Matjr I town lot 150 Chenault Tobe 1 town lot 200 which they could readily find for themÂ¬ 1 town - 250 selves in the nearest library The man Go Chenault Lucretia lot lot who answers them takes from his own Clay Frank 1 town 250 Manufacturers of work tho time to find it What right Francis Samuel town lot 50 have they to beg from him Ilacket John 1 town lot 150 Americans are an exceptionally good Irvine Maria 1 town lot 250 humored race and KBSSSs1IS5JBhBi gjaaaa I all ready to glvo to Irvine Henry 1 town lot 150 each othor both in monoy and aid It Marshall Thomas 1 town lot 150 is an admiablo trait to bo willing to Artmiim n Peyton Ann 1 town lot - 50 give but it is contemptible to ask that flflW IJ11U Stone Wm 1 town lot 200 which a little exertion or money would Turner Daniel 1 town lot- 150 bring to us -- IN white Sarah l town lot Very few of our readers would prob Â¬ 350 300 ably beg for monoy Let them then re-Â¬ Wo wish to announce- - lo the Yates Charles 1 town lot jaaSBBBBMBSSaaasnwSMlfllliKk member that tho knowledge strength Poxtowa District ITo 2 public that we have just opened aaBaBBWaasSlilntcBiPli and time of a busy man are worth more in tho house next door to the Gar Chenault Letcher 15 acres land 5 220 to him than dollars Youths Com- Â¬ JMi i5aaata ag3jyaKRaqy nett House on Second street a Davis Clias NR 20 acres land- - 300 panion Fox Amanda acres land - 100 PIAHOS THE fresh stock of the best brands of Owens Lucy 2 ORATORS FRIGHT heirs 5 acres land 800 which foa Stevens Richard 1 acre land CUTTER GRINDER AND 50 An Uncomfortable Feellnr from VThlcb Alt Quality of Tone Beauty of Design and FANCY Speaker Hare Suffered I have received a large Invoice of FINISH and adaptabllityforstand- SHELLER TJaica District ITo 3 The beginnor in oratory is llko ono Combined in One Frame Ths Only ing In Tune have no equal Benning Patsy N R speaking In a foreign language he says 2 acre Combined Feed Mill Made Every Piano Warranted for Five Years Land 120 what he can not what ho would When m subsequently tho Warranted to Oivs Satisfaction Karr Amanda 18 acres land AND 200 Stratford Canning Also Manufacture the Woais RxxovxzD cool Imperious English Ambassador at Ckn tu thrse different crad GrimMn open im Ellistoa District ITo 4 Constantipolo made his first speech in rv MiU t n Uzio Really fire rrirhrrrf la en Parliament ho was so frightened that Harris Ben Factories Derby Conn that can be had in the cities We Irvine Viny5 acres land sS tcr drcalar io ho felt like a 6kater undo whoso mid have marked same at uricej un- Â¬ acres land 7 2HACT FltAZEK gyrations tho treacherous ice has given propose to sell heard of before in ibis city in fact are Stewart George 33 acres land IVUllxunsbarsy Ind to exceedingly cheap that Uiey are way and left him to flounder in tho Stone Cyrus S acres land bound to go quick at prices named water Small Charley I acre land 27 53 Rale was suc- Â¬ The Grand Clearance Lord Derby the Rupert of Debate beyond the most saiiRulne ex- Â¬ cessful chaffed him about his failure 2To 5 Tates District CC3 3wtBc Sae1BV pectation There is nothing like LOUISVILLE KY rOk J Come come my lord replied TaS--i- J irid hi aU pan by printers ink ulieii you do what jou Come and see us and be convinc Crockett Squire 10 acres land 20 r aaacainw Diaeiar w aad fvoda whra tat paola ca t in splto of your Stratford Canning to do promise ed that we have a first class stock Collins Lizzie 4 rcres land i5tia 40 great ability and success how is it rrH rffirP tftfiwvV viwuiifMirera hi aata wrotr jb xtrr The public generally is invited to in- Â¬ at Collins Hannah 8 acres land aewtpr mafhiaa aaada in The Largest aud Finest Hotel in 100 with you spect my new stock all tfr SrrS 3 lltfca wridwiJaaatiat taa attack mmt a Goens Mary NR 6 acres land VTa will aaa flVeat k analata the city 30 Well answered the great debater Yours Very Truly Baa after coatly aad ntaabla art Moberley Thos Robt 5 acres land tauspjca m return waaaautij aa 30 Til toll you honestly When I have GEO M WILLG1NG how what wa arad ta Oaaa wa Day Todd Jcptha 49 acres land to 4 nay cau at year nostaa arr 3 350 a statement to make in the House I au taaii Iktkkior Dfcobatok jasr TtnrTV Ttaad aaftarTala KtMiteMaaawsta Terrell Cato 10 acres land rraa4 r 100 dont fool at all comfortable but in 32 31 No 209 W Main St tba Blaser vataata EfttR QK According to rooms Wttoaaatanrt White Mariah 3 acres land LwhachaavaruaaJ too debate when I have to deal with some A far win at m fat tt tola tsd99 I aHa IIt We 6hall aim to secure a fnir share Yates Berry 5 acres land saw Turkish and Russian Baths in irnahatt antagonist the caso is quito different 50 SSO BaaLatronat aaatt aaa-falaaacUaa m 32 31 and a flash from his eyo confirmed the ffBKiLi HTurwiaaft Urn eastta taa wart in W Hotel aaOauiaaf Ralav HEADQUARTERS of custom by square dealing and Glade District ITo 6 WWf tocractlona truth of what he said ftm Tfcaaa wkawrha taaa at aBieacaa aa aara tVee taa btat ttwiaf aaataraa te taa world a4 Cat FOR Collins Arch 4 acres land 60 the handling of desirable goods Robert Smith brother of Sydney fwn mi afwarka af bifh art aaowm tafataar ta Aawnaa XUULiiUJJiaZ 7o LIFE INSURANCE Decney Gum t acre land 20 Smith known among his friends as -- 26 Kobus was a wit a scholar and a AT ACTUAL COST Parks John 10 acres land 30 DAVID CHENAJJLT CO Persons desirous of obtaining life in Â¬ ParksTNellie 4 acres land 50 lawyer who before judges and juries 29- Syais Patent Post hole surance at actual cost should vrrile for Simpson Anderson or Antis 1 acre 30 had a reputation as an advocate but when he spoke in the House of White Allen 1 acre land circulars to 50 Commons he tried to pass from ono White Thomas 4 acres land- D12GEH AKD THAHSFLiSTEfl 8ec0bity Mutuai Benefit Sociktt 50 branch of argument to another and 233 Broadway New York Tooscy District STo 8 in nautical phraseology missed ULzht Simple Strong and EffecUTC Tliis society claims that for six years stays and was obliged to sit down Smith Peter 13 acres land 100 There aro effective orators who aro It is ths oalr tclf deoslnff Dfecer the cost to a member of middle age ha made and can be used In aor kind of been Les3 THE MOST Million District 27o 9 never free when they rise to speak than Twelve Dollars a boo no matter bow sticky with perfect ease It thos possesses great advan Year for each thousand dollars of in- Â¬ from the apprehension of failure Ono Broaddiss Phillip 3 acres and EXTSMSIVEtr ABVEnXISED 50 tages orer all otber diggers in the mar-Â¬ SO-ot the most witty graceful and elo- Â¬ ket With It a roan can easily dip 300 surance 100 LAUH9BY BLUE IH THE WORLD Broaddus Samuel 20 acres land to 400 holes per day It la exceedingly quent speakers in Parliament George Crews Armstead 25 acres land lizhc ret Terr stronrlrmada aad vtr 130 ranted Price JU ho Mitchell HenryNRt5acres land too Canning said lie never rose without of being obliged to sit down tho fear 0 PETESSEK S CO mil or Cbst N B DEATHERAGE 109 IRVINE STREET for lack of something to say Doubt NEVER HOXJ2TB TTiT Sheriff Madison Conntr Ins tho apprehension made him more 39 41 Next Door to Post OftTce 29 2 03 BATt2i eloquent for nervousness if controled t3SJ y3jOiiV vv 3 50 per tent stimulates an orator to do hia best Uftrr and LAWN TENNIS Youths Companion MARVELO US better than any other WUiig In the arorid CROQUET AX BLTJIXE is more convenient thau any ot 4er bluing CROKANOLE The Critlo prints a hitherto-unpublishe- d BLUINE Is more oeonomlcnl l eciiiiw y m can put BASE BALL In J ist tliexxact amount and no morv letter from Mrs Carlyle In BLTJINE is clean and Beat no dust nq spattering which sho says My husband I re- E E McCANN 223 Main Done Promptly CARPETS LAID IK or f iUIins gret to say is lost in his books beyond BLUINE Is In small sheets packed In 3 imilsome FINE STYLE Give hint a CalL 24 37- 106 E MAIN STREET envelope and would be oa crnasicjt on any redemption and It has long been table DISCOVERY We have associated ourselves togeth Â¬ clear to me that tho only thing I can Only Gennlna 8 jsteraef Memory Trx5na BLUINE U the cheapest because It ts t be best do with him Is to let him well alone er In the Bartering Business and are lJaalta Learned I - ana rending loar Mind vranderlita- cured located at 106 in Ram Twenty Four Washings for Ten Gents If you are fortunate enough to have sey building E Main Street Roberts fc AND next Errrr elilld nnd ndot jrrealr benefitted your own way you would think I Wltiea drug store door to Grut lodoeesuDts to Oxntyaoieac Clusea GOODS FOR SALE AT COST Prarpecttj with optntsrt of Ur Wm ATBavx NYE GrInsIendCoS W Cor 7lh should make a struggle at least to Wanted at all times Oeneral Agents Salesmen for ffiond ths iruriJ tutM SpaculiH In iliai V mum First class Siiav WbolevUe anl UetMi Trade olyo men wlmcn boys Daniel Main Sts LavtavlHe Ky cenIeiiTTrTpsotirrMtPiTei I have mine but when ono knows Ones Ing 10 cents work eoanuiteetl aUfcirittoaoadTemebubUferyTiaattr osbt J fll Uucxley I L odiUirof tia CMUiat childrens hair cuts 15 Our Ute tetania Mr D T CHBacstrr will bo Jq rfiwZnVUIchnrdPiwtnr I det ire lo rent my ttnre linue In One rvtrpn tOxftt In a pact sea tvs 19 ccnQk Samples Hans Vf Vv Xt or Jni3c 3iboa JudtUil eelf sure of being defeated it is beat to cent Richmond evt ry eHiy ooart Riuhmnod and fct ll ra stock of Groce Â¬ Tree el uroesi or by tajilot eo BptuamlnLixl otori set Mt f r V maka a merit of necessity is it not call BatUfncllon Will rieaao mi ries at coit to the renter BttlXE lVFVt CO West Actn Mass trot JlLOtaKT5KLJ MnuAve 2t Y j and let a man travel M3 own road i insured give us aBQUIRE COUB 1I stores call W cmiHty merchant- at tbir 38- E GRISSTKAU 37 43 JOHN TAYLOR 24 19 23- peace M V MOORE 35 vj Land for Taxes APRIL On a Far More Extensive Scale TlOIA XirJI 13 FROM BTO DEPMTIEI V7ECIT3S3 CLOTHING HATS CLAIFS Umbrellas Walking Canes Silks Woolen Dress Goods Calicoes Cottons Hosiery Underwear Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Yeiling A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c KID GLOVES ETC ETC Large Line Wraps OF ALL A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men DSCBiPT80S WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in Prices to meet the demands of fusion the times Hosifs lew Jiffkek A Mfls f THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE CO AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS IW TV 8T S iijP2gElll -- 1 gNew Goods Put on the Counter FINE VEHICLES FOR THE TRADE Daily Respectfully k ML Br eck Phelps ZE3I Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths MYERS A IR ID WA IR El Rongli and IDressed Lime Cement Hair ILxonfoer Main Street below OOLOHEID 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky and DONE to ORDER BRECK FHSXjFS MnHTD Mi Ciii ISEW k The Sterling Ol 1 SaSssEiSis2Ei5SSaflP goods BE W GOODS HEWPEIOES the TrjoTeed Mill STEM STAPLE NEW WALL PAPERS New Window Shades GROCERIES CHEAP for CASH tnnrfl 40-n- STERMNG ORGAN GALT - HOUSE ft--- Eeascmble Prices Rates25o Per Childrens Carriages I BBi3BlSg Jrjfe igssgSKsiss mm HARRISOHDMILLBB IC OODS ITew Barter Shop COBB Furniture Repairing UPHOLSTERING St MOORE HOUSE FOR RENT WMesde Grocery - 1 tu