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E5rr si T5r 3W53 PHI lM t m ij i i vf gu -- gi 14 tHTTggrr - i Ht RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL very HouseEioSd It Should liavo Ayors Cherry Pectoral saves thousands of lives annually and is peculiarly efficacious In Croup jO im7 LSJ L3J1 TaJy Ci5 tif3pl U CXs3Zi 1889 volume n 3 NUMBER Jiy 42 Cheap Counter AVE PAY TO PATRIOTS For U S Ex Soldiers and Sailors and Their Heirs Â¬ PENSIONS Who Aro Entitled to Them Xncrense or Pension IIotv Obtannd Declaration for Pension What It Should Contain HE soldiers ami wid Â¬ ows of all soldiers who served iu any war prior to tho lato civil war aro all pen- Â¬ sioned All Mexican warvotorans officers and enlisted men in- Â¬ cluding marines mi lilia and volunteers of the military and naval services of the by act of January SO 1SS7 placed upon tho pension roll of tho United States They must havo been duly enlisted actually served sixty days With the United States Army or Navy in Mexico or on the coasts or frontier thereof or tn route thereto in tho war with that nation and wcro honorably discharged Widows o f such veterans can obtain pensions if they have not remar- Â¬ ried Where any person has obtained a land warrant on account of Mexican war service such land grant shall bo considered prima facte evidence of his servico and hon- Â¬ orable discharge Theso provisions shall not apply to any person while under tho political disabilities imposed by the four- Â¬ teenth amendment to tho constitution of the United Siatc3 Pensions are given tho family and legal heirs of sundry discharged United Slates soldiers and certain of the Missouri militia murdered by guerrillas at Centrolio Mo Â¬ I1AVE AGAIN OPENED UP OUR CHEAP COUNTER AND o a Far More Extensive Scale a era s - srcr Whooping Cough and Soro Throat AJter an extensive practico of nearly one third of a century Ayers Cherry Pectoral is my cure for recent colds aud coughs I prescribe it and believe it to bo the very best expectorant now offered to the people Dr John C Levis Druggist West Bridgewater Pa Some years ago Ayers Cherry Pectoral cured me of asthma after the best jnedical skill had failed to give me relief A few weeks since being again a little troubled with the disease was promptly PenMons Bounty la Money and tand Hack Pay Prize Money Allowances The TJornes for Soldiers and Sailors and Schools for Their Orphan Informa tlon and Instruction to All Untitled to Payments Homesteads National or Stato Kctieflts What They Are and Hovr to Secure Thorn Without Focinc an Attor- Â¬ I ney Etc lite ICopyrlsbtod Unded States are 16891 Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to our customers and friends who muy lake advantage and we a iiS Ma lMT DEPAHTMENT at very reduced rales in our stock on the CHEAP TABLE the saino remedy I gladly offer this testimony for the benefit of all similarly afflieted P H Ilassler Editor lr Table Kock Nebr For children afflicted with colds cougluj sore throat or croup I do not know of any remedy which will givo inoro speedy relief than Ayers Cherry Pectoral I have found it also invaluÂ¬ able in cases of whooping cough Ann Lovejoy 1251 Washington street Host on Mass Relieved By T IS probable that at least a million of peo Â¬ ple are directly in Â¬ terested in tho pay ments made to ex soldiers and sailors of tho Union or their heirs Tho amount of money paid foi pensions alono for tho fiscal yaar end Â¬ ing June 787nS62 1SS3 Silks Woolen Dress Cottons Hosier Goods Calicoes Ayers Cherry Pectoral has proved remarkably effective in croup and is invaluable as a family medicine D M Bryant Chicopee Falls Mass Ayers Cherry Perioral Underwear racr ARED Dr J C Ayer BoHbyallDroKglU Co BT Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Yeiling Irkl Lowell Mass six bottles 5 43 KID GLOYES ETC ETC ESPECIALLY DO WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR il 3f OTTB WEEK jV while o tbe buyer as any instilment system is ClubSrstem as convenient wvzruwiLiia tysttm to us The WJ dab members Large Lane 51 Wraps OF ALL DESCSsSPTIOfSS WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE sells us H witches phi la in each SSSWatdi Club and are cet cash from the Oub for each watch before It goes out though each member only pays x a week This is why we gi you more for your money than any one else and why we are doing the largest watch business in the world We sell only first quality goods but our prices are about what others get for sec Â¬ ond aualitvOurSlO gllverWatcli is a substantial Silver ntt imitation cf any Uina Stem w ma American Watch either hunting case or open TOt5ivr Plufc - lew Markets Jackets AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS IlSr C3- JEi E3 A T VAUIBTY WE ALSO HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK OF Biuu a trecic Anita wattx lUMrpf1tfM V MCA MOUM 1116 AmericanLerer Watch ptarantetdto vptarxoytars It is fully equal toany watch sold tor 8 by others We find a first class Stiffened Cold Case much more satisfactory and serviceable than any Solid Gold Case thatcanbcsoldat less than double the money as cheap solid cases are inTsriablv thin weak ol low quality and worthless after short use Our 838 WatcU contains numerous Important patented Im provements of vital Importance to accur ate timlnff Paint Duttroef Patent Stem Wind 6r which we controfeKcluslvelr It is fuHr eoual for accuracv SDDearance dura bility and service to any 75 Watcheither Open Face or Hunting OnrS43001tnll a roava watcnis espeoajy censtructej lor the most exacting nse and u thelmt Rail Â¬ road Watch made Open Face or Hunting All these prices are dther all cash or ia clubs Keystone Watcb ciqd Go uu OpenFace ouv iintu4uoui first quality lret wuiu stiffened Gold tyt m r 004 WAIIDT ST Agents Wanted A iii ones is ws gwi cauaiiaPA FMIUDA Max Watch Iniulator 100 pcrfctprotKtlon train ntfntrtlfm PitmnwWAttk Sent br mall on l feelst Cf rre CD mJ Cnmmrelst Aunty tT 32 5 WHICH WE CAN FURNISH YOU OR HAVE HUNG FOR YOU CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN Tho Rnest Jack In The World sTew Goods Put on the Counter at ourbon Chief Will make lie present season at the stables of V J Collin three miles east of Riohmoiul on the Union City turnpike where lie will serve jennets Daily apllS tf Respectfully CROOKl BENNETT ft DBMSTOI Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky S40 io Insure A Liviiiff Colt The Clothier AT MoKEES OLD STAND Gor First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky Season payable when coalt is foaled Will keep jennets on gross for 10 cents per day In all cases the crazing mutt be paid when the jennet U taken away every care will betaken but no responsibility for accidents or escapes BOURBON CHIEF is 16 hands 3 inches high without shoes and weighs 1200 pounds making him the biggest jack in the world He is coal black with mealy nose aud for bone weight style action aud appearance has no equal Boukeon- - CniEF was- sired Dy Red- Â¬ monds Hercules he by Pattersous Bitena Vista he by old Buena Vista he by Imported Mammoth Hercules dam by Imported Espar tio Boubbon Chiefs 1st dam by Lears Napoleon he by Imported Na- Â¬ poleon 2nd dam by Buena Vista 3rd dam by Imported Castilliau - 40 52 W JJ SCOLLINS HATS CAPS GEHTS ITew Barber Shop COBB TlIOORE Â¬ FURHISHIHG GOODS TRUHKS USES 10C E MAIN STREET We have associated ourselves togeth- Â¬ er in the Barberiug Business and are located at 108 E Main Street in Ram sey building nest door to Roberts Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Wines drug store First class work guaranteed Shav- Â¬ ing 10 cents childrens hair cuts 15 cents Please give us a call Satisfaction Insured SQUIRE COBB 28- M C MOORE Handkerchiefs Hosiery MARVELOUS A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of Onlr Genuine Sritem of Memory Training Joar Uooka Learned in ens reading Mind vronderlnff cured Etitt child and ndnt srrentlr benefitted Groat indacemeats to CiTivspondesca Cuses rruimoetas with 0Iokmi of Tr Win A Ilnm srorid zampa SpKiAiat In Durems mand ts Lir DBSCOVSRY lBd ruriori mid uuituii ilonv V XVndArtor Jndna Gibson Juduh I otbr snt poH froi b A XOISliTTU S37 FUUi Are X T rrofc JT a iLirunru 1 37 49 the times aprlStf FARM for SALE PRIVATELY I W B WHITE 3MJ Uonggli Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings EPI3 D 104Ton offer for sale privalcly an excellent farm or Shingles Laths with dwelling hoiifie on it known hk Farm 4 milea fnim the Old Richmond aud reached by the Rich Â¬ mond and Lancaster turnpike The farm is well watered Tlnie desiring to purchase will plea e cull on or ad- Â¬ dress Joe Bush at Richmond S2- Mns B TAYLOR Q 3E1 E3 33 and Uressed Lime Cement Hair majri U Zjiimfeer Carpenters Work notice 32- - Main Street below I am prepared In 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Carpenters work to do nil kinds of firt cites style Also estimates furnished on short H MYERS H TYLER BAXTER ly tho immensity and far reaching benefits of Governmental liberality Toe innumerable National and Stato laws with endless alteration have been con- Â¬ densed in order to present in plain lan- Â¬ guage precisely what the ex soldier sailor or marine was and is entitled to for services rendered and to disabuso tho minds of tho inlSl Veterans who lost ono foot and ono hand many who entertain tho idea that war serv- Â¬ ices of a remoto relative cntitla them to or aro totally and permanently disabled inÂ¬ receivo a pension for each disareward or that benefits given tho veteran both can lull at or hi3 direct heirs must descend even to the bility widow rating Tho children or heirs of a man fifth or sixth generation way tho lato rebellion aro All entitled to pensions etc etc for who aided in any man afterward voluntarily pensioned if tho services in wars prior to tho rebellion have disarmy with fow exceptions secured every claim enlistedin in the Union duty and was not tho lino of This does consequently but brief mention is made of abled apply to sailors any laws prior to lSfll Every volunteer who joined United Every item herein given is official pro Â¬ States forces in the Territory tHb Montana of Ben- Â¬ posed legislation is not touched upon during the war with the Nez Perce Indians efits to be secured note are alono mentioned and who was wounded or disabled in such and the mode of proceeding to obtain these is entitled to without tho intervention of an agent or law-Â¬ service States Pension all benefits of the United laws And the yer is pointed out widows or legal heirs of any such volunteer Tho rates of pensions for different killed in such war in the line of duly con wounds and degrees of disability vary so receive all pension allowances greatly and aro afCected by so many causes wife it would be impossible to give a list without orIf an insane mvati pensioner have aComchildren dependent upon him the Application to tho creating confusion of Pensions can pay the pension Commissioner will always bring prompt ex- Â¬ missioner to the wife or if there be no wife to the planation of any inequality of rating guardian of tho children General Notes The loss of a discharge Invalid pensioners while imprisoned for docs not prevent the prosecution of a claim crime must have their peuskras paid to their If its los is accounted for by affidavit tho wives or the guardians of their children if Adjutant General of the U B Army the Commissioner so direct Washington D C will issuo a Ctrtificalt All pensions to widows which hare httn Tho Hon Secretary of tho of Soviet Navy should bo applied to under like cir-Â¬ or may be granted them in consequence of a cause which origcumstances in tbn case of a sailor Dupli- Â¬ death occurring from States service since cate discharges can not be accepted as evi- Â¬ inated in tho United 1S61 commence the Kb day of March from dence to establish any claim the date of death of the hvuhand Neither tho original nor a copy of any es- Â¬ A guardian fraudulently converting the sential paper except the certificate of dis- Â¬ pension of a ward is liablo to a fine of charge from tho U 8 service filed in a 12000 and imprisonment at bard labor for claim beforo tho Pension Offlco will bo five years furnished except upon the call of on officer To Obtain an Increase Tho pensioner of the Government or a court mustfilo a declaration setting forth the Communications should be addressed as ground upon which ho makes tho claim follows Such declaration may bo taken before any For Back Pay Extra Pay and Bounty in duly authorized to administer oaths money for army service to tho Hon Sec- officer general purposes except whero a new ond Auditor U S Treasury Dcpt Wash Â¬ fordifferent disability is alleged then the or ington claim must bo executed before an officer of For prizo money extra pay etc for tho a Court of Record Naval Service to tho Hon Fourth Auditor Renewal or Pensions Such applica- Â¬ U S Treasury Dcpt Washington mado to Commissioner by For assignment of Bounty Land War- Â¬ tions must beexecutedtho in original claims as rants and Homestead Lands to tho Commis- Â¬ a declaration Â¬ the sioner of tho General Land Office Wash- Â¬ setting forth that still cause for which pen sion was allowed continues ington Unclaimed Pensions Evidence must be Full instructions with proper blanks will bo furnished freo to any claimant Tho filed satisfactorily accounting for the failand in invalid full namo of tho soldier or sailor the com- Â¬ ure to claim such pensions showing the con Â¬ evidence pany regiment or ship in which ho served claims medical disability time place and period of enlistment dato tinuance of the In the administration of tho pension laws and cause of discharge and full particu- Â¬ lars necessary for identification should bo no distinction is mado between brothers and sisters ol the half blood and thoso of the given in tho letter of request Pensions fob tub Civii War Entitled wholo blood notorious Open and adulterous cohabita- Â¬ to pensions are Any officer of tho army in- Â¬ cluding regulars volunteers and militia or tion of a widow pensioner terminates ber any officer in the naval or marine corps pension from the commencement of such or any enlisted man however employed conduct No person in tho servico shall Notbs in tho military or naval servico of the United States or its Marine Corps any draw a pension as an invalid and the pay of is tho disability bo such as to acting assistant or contract surgeon any lus rank unl employment in a lower grade provost marshal deputy provost marshal or occasion his Any pensioner may surrender his certifi Â¬ enrolling officer who was wounded or in- Â¬ jured or contracted disease in tho line of cate and receive in lieu thereof a certificate duty and while in tho field on the march for any other pension to which he would at some post tort or garrison or en route liavo been entitled Failure to claim a pension for three years by direction of competent authority to his station or if in the naval service was at litter granting causes tho ponsioner3 the time borno on the books of some ship or tamo to bo stricken from tho lists subject other U S vessel at sea or in harbor or to tho right of res iration on new applica- Â¬ tion or if he bo dead by the widow or was on his way by direction of competent Elinor children they furnishing satisfactory authority to some other vessel or station Provided such wound injury or discaso evidence accounting for the failure to claim tho original grant wholly or in part incapacitated such person No pension money due or to hecomo due from procuring his subsistence by manual to any pensioner is or can be liable to at- Â¬ labor Widows and Children If any person tachment levy or seizure by or under any process whatever has died since March 4 1SG1 or hereafter legal or equitable dies by reason of any wound injury or whether tho same remains with the Pen Â¬ disease who would have been entitled sion Office or officers or is in course of to invalid pension his widow or if there bo transmission to the pensioner entitled there-Â¬ no widow or in case of her death without to Pension money must inuro wholly to payment to her of any part of tho pension the benefit of tho pensioner below mentioned his children under six- Â¬ On the issue of a certificate of pension or teen years of age shall receivo tho same bounty land warrantor any allowance tho pension ho would havo been entitled to had head of the department notifies the claimant he been totally disabled to commence from and the agent or attorney that such has his death to continue to tho widow during been issued and the date and amount her widowhood and to the child or children thereof Every person who under existing law is until they attain tho ago of sxtccn and if the widow remarry tho child or children entitled to on artificial limb or apparatus shall be entitled from the date of remarriago can receivo a new limb or apparatus at tho expiration of evory iivo years Ho also is to tho whole amount Widows receivo two dollars per month for furnished by tho Secretary of War with each child under sixteen years of ago of the freo transportation to and from his homo to husband on account of whom she is pen- Â¬ tho place where he must go to obtain tho sioned and this allowance she shall not be artificial appliances or if unable to use an deprived of by reason of children being artificial limb or if ho prefers so to do he maintained in wholo or in part in any pub- Â¬ may receive the money valuo thereof evory lic educational or soldiors orphans in- Â¬ five years at the following rates For arti- Â¬ stitution Children born before the mar Â¬ ficial legs 75 arms 50 feet CO appar Â¬ riage of the parents if acknowledged by tho atus for rosection f50 Those pensioners who requiro trus and father before or after the marriage are like appliances must apply for the same to deemed legitimate Widows of colored and Indian soldiers re- Â¬ the Surgeon General U S A Washington ceive pensions to which they might be en- Â¬ DC Any person who shall receivo as a pledge titled upon proof that they lived together and recognized each other as man and wife mortgage sale assignment or transfer of up to date of enlistment and children born any right claim or interest in any pension of any marriage so proven aro held to bo or pension certificate or who shall hold the tame as collateral security for any debt or lawful children Where a widow is proven to havo aban promise upon any pretext whatever or doned tho cluid or children or it Is shown shall refuse to surrender said certificate that she is an unsuitable person by reason upon tho demands of a U B Pension of immoral conduct to have tho custody of agent or the pensioner such person shall tho same a pension may be refused her unÂ¬ be fined 100 and tho costs of the prosecu- Â¬ til the child or children attain the age of tion sixteen years and then then shall bo pen- Â¬ All applicants for invalid pensions shall sioned in the same manner and from tho bo presumed to have had no disability at same dato as if no widow had survived the time of enlistment but such presump- Â¬ Dependent Relatives If no widow or tion may be rebutted children bo left by a person entitled to penThe payments of pensions to Indians in sion but there be other relatives who were the Indian Territory must bo mado in dependent upon him in whole or part they Standard silver coifirutTeast onco a year shall be entitled in the following order of Officers of tho Missouri Stato or Provision- Â¬ precedence to receive the pension for total al Militia wounded or injured while disability to commence from date of his with the U S forces in tho Civil death First tho mother secondly the war and thoir widows or children are en- Â¬ father thirdly orphan brothers and sis titled to all benefits of tho U S Pension ters under sixteen years of age If the laws But no such pensions shall commence father survives the pension goes to him prior to March 3 1873 and at his death or the remarriage of If a soldier while prisonorof war joined tho mother it is given tho brothers and tho Confederate army even if ho deserted age of sixteen A mother therefrom and rejoined the Union forces sisters until tho Is assumed to bo dependent if at tho dats before firing a shot ho can not nor can his of death she was supported by her own helri receivo a pension A pensioner whose name has been manual labor and tho contributions of her son or persons not legally bound to aid dropped from tho rolls can apply for its her The pension ceases upon tho remar- Â¬ restoration thereto at any timo no matter riage of any widow mother or sister but for w hat reason his name was so dropped No offlcerclerk or employe of any United this does not bar her right to a pension to tho date of remarriage Any arrears of States Department can actus counsel at Â¬ pension due a dead person shall bo paid to torney or agent for prosecuting any claim the heirs in tho full amount to which he against tho United States cor aid in prose- Â¬ cuting such claim while in the department o would have been entitled Such accrued pension shall not be considered as part of for two years after leaving Pensioners under Special Act of Conarttt the assets of the estate of deceased nor liable to be applied to tho payment of the aro entitled to the benefits and subject to debts of his estate in any caso whatever the limitations of the general pension laws but shall inure to the solo and exclusiro Suot pensioners can not receive in addition benefit of tho widow or children ani if to th e special act pension any pension underÂ¬ no widow or child survive no payment tho funeral law or arrears of pension un whatsoever of the accrued pension shall less tfhe spscial act expressly 6tates that bo allowed except so much as may reim Â¬ such aro to be granted Tlii Invalid claimant should carefully burse the person who bore the expenses of state his Company and Regiment names of his last sickness aud burial coml tending officers and dates of his en Â¬ In Navy cases listment and discharge the -- esse etc eta on which the man Clovor sod loaves a much larger servld should be given Tho nature and amount of plaut food in the soil than Iooaty of tho wound or injury the time timothy in seedinjj down to build up place where and circumstances under tho fertility clover should bo used la which It was received and tfea dutyln which Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ figures exhibit These plain was it prof erenco to any thing else the tiau was then engaged Every minute detail should 1 given Ifthacjalra bo for disability from disease stato when the dis Â¬ ice under the same provisions aad restrie service in tbe war of 1813 or prior to 1 Usa vaa or V Hnsamn roa ISIS saw be prea sated to Uw Third AmH ease first appeared the place where he was UoBsas ruled la other bounty acts ass Hegolar aypEoprhukma are aaad Veteran bounty can sot be allowed for ter of the Treawtry WaaainKtoa D C when it appeared and the duty he was then Ubaffrens to Icrnis feeodstoara for Mea transferred from the amy to tin an engaged upon He should detail the cirÂ¬ enlistments or re enlistments made after graves File tbe anpiicsH Ik Volunteers who eabsted navy m the civil war and discharged as with the Qwarterutastcr Geaerat V cumstances of exposuro to the causes April 1 1851 A after July 17 1S64 and before May 1 1685 sailors Irom the naval service ahonhl aantj Washington D C which in his opinion produced tho disease He should give the names numbers and for one two or three years were promised to the Fourth Auditor of the Treooury far MUeag is ot allowed to soldiers basef localities of all hospitals in which ho was a bounty of 100 for one years service blanks and instructions fleers of the United States votnateondar treated and tho dates of his admission ROO for two years service and 800 for iagthalate war are entitled t coauaatat years service unlets sooner iHtehargvl thereto as correotly as he may bo able three at travel pay and ration from place of aSs HOMES Ho will state if he was in the military or This bounty was payable iu three equal inahorge to residence allowing one day nay stallments One third on muster in one For Solillers atxl Sailors naval service of tho Unted States prior to Both State ana aad rations for each twenty milsa ana third at expiration of half the term of envioVd they resigned by reason of rtiiahiBlj or after the term of servico in which his National He will give his ox listment and the balance at the expiration disability originated Soldier honorably discharged HE Soldiers Uoee at of full term To become entitled to all the act post offico address and the street and Washington re- Â¬ sarrice arc giveu these same 1 installmcntsof thi3 bounty the soldier must number of his residence if in a city ceives Extra Dltt Pat at the rata of Those wbti of Courts Magistrates Witnesses Testi have served out his full termhis enlistment have served faitbfal ive cents per day was allowed aatQ or been mustered out with company or iiont Etc Swcsr to your declarations and regiment by reason of expiration of term of ly twenty years oc 3 133 whoa it was abolished bat was agaaa claims if possible bofore a Court of Record more including serv- Â¬ given by act of July 13 laC3 service or discharged by reason of wounds and have placed on them the seal of said received line of duty ice in tbe volunteer OmtB9 Pat rou Axn Aa If discharged becourt When magistrates and others ad- foro the in forces if any as Burial or Veterans Many Sianea aad expiration of his full term of enauthority to do so minister oaths their ettitnt men in the counties sprourute sums fromOtaftnV becauseof services no longer re- Â¬ must be verified by tho Court of Record listmentor by army Those who under varocs regiatioas lor tho close of the war he would ono acting as deputy of an officer of quired Anr have become dis partial expense of burial of bo entitled to the installments which a Court of Record end administering an only actually accrued during bis service and qualified from further service by wounds Tbe Adjutant General of each oath to a witness must sign his own name had received or diseases contracted in tbe serv- members of the t A B can grrn all la to the certiScate of the fact and not that of remained unpaid at date of such discharge which bounty he generally received with ice and in the line of military duty as en quired information the person for whom h i acting Tmk State op Nebraska by law anv listed mea iu the Regular army An inmate In prosecutiou of a claim the witnesses his pay at muster out Whero a soldier penaiocer can havo his pension or part of it empts from levy and sao naoa oacsckat should be if possible otlier vervons than who was entitled to this bounty died in the paid to his child wife or parent otherwise sr attachment taOW worth of araaaity if near relatives of the claimant and overy service or afterwards without having re- Â¬ the pension is drawn by the Treasurer of the same was purchased and improved ay witness must state whether he or she has ceived it it is allowed only to his widow tbe Home b tt tho pensioner receives snail the owner with atoney received as aaasonai any interest direct or Indirect in the pros- Â¬ children or mother if she was a widow at amounts while an inmate and the balance Rsoaey Alex Dckb Baaua ecution of the claim in which ha tes- the date of soldiers death If there be no is paid to him when he loaves the Home tifies and givo bis post offico address Wit- Â¬ such heirs his other heirs if any can only In case cf bis death any pension money doe AW ORATOR DUPED ness should give a detailed statement of claim tho installments of this bounty actual- him is paid to his heirs if demand is ssade facts known to them and bow they obtained ly earned by ami unpaid to the soldier st within three years Each inmate receives Heir Taritn Hricttt ttttrm Vp such knowledge The officer taking the date of his death Gavi Awar a With the exception of tho heirship men United States uniform comfortable underdepositions must certify to the credibility clothing good meals ami a good bed with A Seoteh correspondent scndu tho of tho witnesses and must slate why he tioned in tho paragraph immediately above twenty five cents pay per day for such labor considers them entitled to belief ho must this the order of heirship and payment of as he may be willing and able to perform Fishing Gazette a little anecdote rasas certify that the contents of their depositions bounty is as follows First to the widow In certain cases tbe commissioners grant ing to John Bright which may passage third to the was mado known to them and that tie bos second to the children I picked it apt ka out door relief not to exceed 38 per some interest no interest direct or indirect in the claim father it he has not abandoned the supÂ¬ month to those who do not desire to be Â¬ Alterations or interlineations or erasures port of his family fourth to the mother come resident inmates This is only jrivea says at a little Hhland hotel where must be accounted for by certificate of the and lastlv to the brothers and sisters totfaeunpensioned or to those who receive Mr Bright at one period of his Ufa oath administering official that they were of the whole and half blood in equal less pension than 6 per month these used to stay for a night when an an made with knowledge and sworn consent of shares If the father mother or more re- Â¬ tetter receive sufficient to increase their in- Â¬ angling excursion One night ha aasl mote heirs of a deceased soldier were net the affiant come to eight dollars his party were returning after a any af Surgeons or physicians making affidavits residents of the United States at date of Apply by letter to The Commmkmenof the in support of claims should detail the nature the soldiers death they would only be en Seldttri Home War Department Washing Â¬ poor sport to all except hinwclf anal he bad a brace of fine Sainton By tans of the disability dates of treatment and titled to such installments of bounty as bad ton D C accrued and remained unpaid at the time of death symptoms and opinions as to connecNational Military Homes Volunteers roadside on a heap of stones tihsy his death tion between disease or injury and disease Togas passed a wretched looking nsnn wann- Â¬ Heirs more remoto than brothers and find homes in these institutions at Mdwaa and it should be in the handwriting of the Hampton Va Dayton O ing with his hands on his face nasi alt of soldiers are not entitled to bounty Ma Wis or Leavenworth Kan sisters party signing it kee in rag In answer to Mr Mrighis in Tho official certificates of judicial officers except when it becomes a vested right disabled in any of the wars of Volunteers Â¬ General Order No 77 War Departnwjjt using a seal or of commissioned officers of United States arid who never fought quiry be told a piteous tale of starva the the army or navy in actual service will be A O O April 23 1S65 was the fint oraer against its Sag and those incapacitated tion at home of a sick wife anal accepted without affidavit but all other issued by the War Department discharg from earning a livelihood if honorably dis- Â¬ hungry children The Tribune put hta ing men by reason of dose of the war witnesses must testify under oath charged are entitled to admission to these hand in his pocket but unluckily had All non commissioned officers mustered Homes These institutions are not public If an attorney docs not prosecute a case no ehangc Never mind take that given him in one year from receiving it the out after April 23 155 as supernumeracharities soldiers do not rate themselves infc--iPension Office must tho claimant ries on consolidation of their companies as paupers by accepting the benefits there offering a salmon it will at least nsahn a good dinner for you for once Tbn With the blanks and directions obtainable are regarded as mustered out because in offered them from the United 8tiea Departments nearly their services were no longer required The comforts given are similar to thoso sequel was as follows After wnohina and they are entitled to full bounty every claimant of any class can maka out his bands Mr Bright was conUngda wn The members of the First Corps United of the Washington Borne Extra work on his claim and prosecute the some himself the Home farms or ia tride pursuits paid stnirs to dinner when a girl hnpnaana1 Volunteers Hancocks States Veteran But vrbere through nfoessityorpreference ono of standing Corps who enlisted after July 17 1S64 at the rate of from 6 to 13 a month and to be crossing to tbe larder with n Inn an attorney is employ and before January 1885 were paid 800 skilled artisans can earn considerably more fish That h my salmoo staid Mr and high repute should be selected Au Blank forms for application for admission Bright I know him for he was hooked agent or attorney cua only collect ten dol- Â¬ extra in advance in addition to other and Â¬ If they enlisted after to a Military Home will le furnished by ap Â¬ lars for prosecutirg a pension claim or regular bounty WUeredidyoagetlkr twenty five dollars whero the claimant vol- Â¬ January 1 1805 they were not entitled to plying to the Governor of the Home near- ontheouteide S est to the residence of the applicant or to Oh just Xraa utdy said the sinsnia gives that amount aud a contract this extra bounty untarily McMafcon Secretary Seoteh lassie Mr Bright tooking to that effect is signed and approved by tho No bounty is paid to volunteers who en- Â¬ General Martin T National Military Board of Managers Commissioner of Pensions and 110 agent listed after April 3 1865 ratber grim forced bis way into that 98 Nassau street New York Homes No has a right to demand any fee before the Bounties to Regulars Soldiers who en City tap room where bis lachrymose friend case is settled Higher charges than these listed in the regular army bot ween July I For Sailors The United States Naval sat with a number of thirsty cronies are illegal and these making them are sub 1SC1 and June 25 1SG3 wero ontitled to 100 Â¬ ject to heavy penalties No agent or other bounty under the same conditions as vol- Â¬ Asylum is in Philadelphia Pa Kvery per recounting in full glee his adventasa TIM toar gilt sump thrvd gart ana stattsc person is entitled to any compensation for unteers Those enlisting for five years son who has served as as enlisted man m Aaa kiraea a aia wi raeluf services in making application for any ar-Â¬ within ninety days from June 25 1S03 were the United States Navy or Marine Corps 20 years and received an honorable disrears of pension uo agent or attorney can entitled to 400 payable in installments for charge and who is disabled by age or in- Â¬ Sandy wasnt a bit abashed at the stem assign a claim to another agent or attorney and the same bounty for all enlisting or re face of the great orator but bad began without the written consent of tbedatmant enlisting for threo years under joint reso- firmity from sea service is entitled to a When an aeent or attorney is disbarred a lution of January 13 1S6I and General borne in the Naval A ylum but ia lieu of a long explanatory statement when claimant may appoint a new attorney and no Order No 36 also rho same amount to Ml this provision he may receive a sum equal the glance of scorn which bad fee is due the former one If an attorney serving under enlistments made prior to to one half the pay of b raung when dis- times Parliamente electrified paid him quarterly calledn for new evidence in a case docs July 22 1S1 and rc enlisbng between June charged to be person who served 10 years hushed mighty audiences Every like not fm nisli it in ninety days the claimant SO into their old and August 1 can file the samo through another and tho regiments Thoso enlisting after July 17 may apply for aid from tbe surplus income silenced the man and without a of the Naval Pension fund aboard of offi Mr Bright left the astonished first forfeits all fees 1861 and be Tore July 1 1805 were entitled his of revelers Fishing Gazette In-A fee will not be allowed to a guardian to the same bounty as volunteers under act cers and surgeons will examine into a suitable amount gUwho prosecutes the claim of his ward nor of July 4 1S64 see volunteer bounty No condition and recommend of the to a firm of attorneys of which the guardian bounty is paid to regulars who enlisted for his relief TbeD Hon Sectr apalien Navy Washington C must be is a member after June 3J 1S05 aud do bounty can now to for these benefits CURREKT PRESS OOCHTIES be paid for enlistments in the regular army National and Statb Homes receive ds BOUNTY LAWS A encaen at Abnoat Mich raises amnsy during the late war aud before July 1 1661 abicd sailors not of the above etasees The Write to the Second AuditorUnited States regulations give a regarding soldiers being m a novel way A box is placed h tan Who Aro anil Who Aro Not Entitled to Treasury Washington D C for blanks the same ehnreh and the members on their ssrtadnfs Bounties Fees to Attorney and Agents and instructions free State Komus for Disabled Ex solwers drops as many pennies ia the box as tasjr All volunteers who joined tbe United and Sailors Massachusetts New York are years oU O Bounty is given to A Daovna in West Plains 3ehs has States forces in Montana during the war New Jersey Pennsylvania Michigan Iowa commission edofficors nslss or for enlistments with the Nez Perce Indians are entitled to Illinois Nebraska California Vermont and trained one of h horses to go oat aad ovary prior to April 12 1831 one dollar per day while so serving from Wisconsin all have State Homes eon tbecaltlobouie At about nve oclock jA ui Kg nor for enlistment or the time he left his home until he returned dueted under the same rules as tbe Na- evening the animal starts out nahnannn and service as Confeder Â¬ thereto including all time spent iu hospital tional Homes Other States are erecting duly appears in the course of an hoar at ate prisoners of war if wounded or injured in said service And institutions of like character Applicants tbe keels oi the herd A Cocncii Burrs coroners jury we in the six regiments any such volunteers having lost horses or for admission should address the Adjutant other U ij brought in the fsllowias 1 of the so called United arms in said service can recover actual General of their State S we find that the deceased value for the same as fixed by the com- Â¬ In very Soldiers Ouptiaxs Homes States Volunte e r s nor to one hundred manding officer of and the United States many of tbe Nrtacm States these in- Â¬ death by being crushed under a and we therefore recommend that an la volunteers Hut Quartermaster for the district of Montana stitutions are in successful operation day or threo months saector of sand banks be appointed In all cases where the charge of desertion and ia other States they are projected in cae of death in the tergiee of any enlisted is removed from against a soldiers ttarae Where the surviving parent relatives or man belonging to such an organization A Xaxtland horse has deveioyed a won Â¬ by any of the many acts providing for such friends of the orphans or half orphans of derful appetite for oysters A pad sf tan his widow if living or if she be dead his children are entii led to f 100 bounty under removal the soldier or his heirs or legal deserving army or navy veterans can not succulent molliisks was recently left at as representatives can obtain a certificate of properly care for these children they are stall by mistake He at Section 11 Act or March 3 1S65 The transfer or assignment of all bounty service and discbarge from the Adjutant received in the orphans homes welt fed them and since then he General United States army well clothed educated and given saeh prac greatest delight when aay of the bUatsas claims is prohibited by the Joint Resolu The laws of the United States do not tical preparatory training as to fit them for are put where he can get them tion of April 10 1SC8 AU wHUHlecrs enlist- Â¬ pension either to a father mother earning their own livelihood uirls ana ing after April 11 1SGI and beore July 22 grant a A hat and a cat are great ftienan at 1S61 for three years and who were dis- Â¬ or brothers or sisters of a soldier for any boys can be entered therein when quite Louisville The former was caught in causo service rendered by him prior to March 4 young On reaching the sixteen trap tbe other day and turned loose ia taa t charged before serving two years for they arc apprenticed or placed in such presence of a number of mea The ant other than wounds received in the lino of 1S81 Tho fees allowed claim agents or attor- Â¬ trades or occupations as best suit their in- was produced and muck sport 22 1S73 duty are entitled by Act of April to 100 bounty if they havo not already reÂ¬ neys for the collections of back pay bounty clination or natural aptitude To tho surprise of at the two For particulars write to tbe Adjutant greeted each other affectionately and ceived It If ho was enrolled as above and prize money or other moceys from the United States to persons who are or General of your State or the State Super been Loon companions ever since discharged for promotion before serving enlisted men of the intendent of Education or tbe superintend two years as an enlisted man he can ob- Â¬ havo been officers or corps The waters of nearly all the hot 1 of home or intain this bounty If tho soldier entitled to army navy or marine are painlythe United ent of the nearest orphans Grand Army in Black Rock ree on Nevada are se States or their heira and fully quire of the local post of the strong V imprezaated with mineral it died without receiving it his heirs can set forth in the circular from the Second of the Republic recover tho bounty Excluding exception- Â¬ Comptroller United States Treasury which that they will petrify vegetable or A record of all surviving soldiers and matter m a few years One al organizations this act applies to all volun Â¬ circular included in the instructions is sailors who served in the civil war has just genius lately had tbe bodies of teers enlisted after April 11 1SC1 and be- Â¬ furnished with the blanks to all claimants been established in the Pension Bureau were uansart soak and when fore December 24 1SG3 or between Aprils for tho above moneys who apply for the The Commissioner desires to learn the rec- dians instone he expectedthey 18G4 and July 18 1SC4 for not raoro than tomafceafwWai samo to the Hon Second Auditor United ord of each aad where he can trace them edmto exhibiting them threo years nor less than six months wero States Treasury Washington D C scads a printed request But as many will Jat entitled to 100 bounty provided they served There is a Bodntt Land was given in lieu of money not be found by his circulars every officer f rom Klberton maiden lady in a city notthat 1 for two years or during the war 6a who is so constituted bounty to soldiers or thoir heirs who served and enlisted man whoso served should send wero discharged after April 23 1S03 on under tho United States Sag in all wars live ou of water hot a short while at tbe following statement as it may in the fut- she can account of services being no longer re- Â¬ prior to away from a hath tho rebellion There aro few if ure benefit himself or bis heirs Wnto plain- a time After remaining she coianwiacsn to quired or on account of wounds received any entitled to such benefits who havo not ly Your fullnamelate rank company sum tab for a couple of hours if enlistment was for long since in tho lino of duty faint and almost suffocates and to procure The Com- Â¬ or on account of missioner ofreceived the same all blanks ber of regiment arm of service date of en- relief must at once cover her entire bony ht two years or more Tensions furnishes listment and discharge and present post esWwater She has ia her room a post mt wounds received in battlo if enlistment to applicants address was for less than two years If tho sol- Â¬ instructions and informationis given to vet- Â¬ ofttcecompany or If you served in more than fresh water aad iata she isaanu a No bounty land was or regiment state the period one died in service his heirs aro entitled to erans dier of the civil war but the Homestead of servico in each If you were at any or part of her tfane both winter all bounty then due him Law provides that every officer or enlisted time detailed from jour regiment state the No bounty is paid for enlistments or re man who served in the army navy or department ia which enlistments in the Veteran Raservo Corps marine corps during tbe civil war for branch of service or of said service DiMarked ebanges bare been noticed men transferred thereto from otVer ninety days or more and who wa3 honor- Â¬ you served also dates but information of umbrellas regiments are entitled to the bounty they ably discharged can enter upon and receivo rect the letter containing this Washington Ia the manufacture to Commisioner of Pensions would have received in their old regiments patent for 160 acres of public land and is D C and write on upper left hand corner Chiefly noticeable is tbe greater eleÂ¬ when discharged after two years service allowed six months after locating home Â¬ Armty ami Atan Survteort gance of tbe umbrella of to day than or at expiration of full term or by reason stead and filing declaratory statement of the envelope that of a decade or two ago A sflk DivUioH of wounds within which to make his entry and comtraooreUa is no longer uncommon The Veterans should attend to this at once soWiera discharged by reason of mence settlement and Improvement All For Veterans Sons Who mat Desire to srje is also changed Once the popu- Â¬ wounds received in battle or in line of The timo which the homestead settler has Arjct and Navt Admission to West duty are entitled to the full bounty they served in United States service shall be de- Â¬ Entek Military Academy or the United lar size wu thirty iaeh now a man Point would have received if they had served the ducted from tho time heretofore required States Naval School at Annapolis is open to will carry a twenty six or a twenty- full term of their enlistment to perfect title or if he be discharged on any young man at least seventeen and under wgbt with ease using it asa Tho only bounty given to drafted men or account of wounds or disability received in twenty ono years of age who is of perfectly to men who enlisted as aubUtntei for draft- the line of duty then his full term of en- Â¬ sound body and mind and who can obtain an ed men is 100 bounty to those who enrolled listment shall bo deducted as aforesaid appointment from the member of Congress Eli Ghost was WCed by a f Jung tree or enlisted f r three years and who served without reference to tho length of time ho of tho district in which he resides As a nearTra O two years or more or were discharged by actually served Cadet at West Point or for tbe Midshipman Thx body of Wn Ryan was fennd ia a reason of wounds received in the line of Widows or Soldiers if they do not re-Â¬ class at Annapolis the candidate for admis near Bavrtowa O Ma had bosa duty before two years service marry can take up a homestead and re-Â¬ sion must pass satisfactory examiaatioBs ia lake mhsleg for a moata Colored soldiers and their heirs are enÂ¬ ceive credit as above for tho time of tho English grammar geography United States Das Wabd ged sixteen seat and In Â¬ titled to the samo bounties as white soldiers husbands service and if he died while in history reading writing and spelling For the army credit for the full term of his en Â¬ tho class of Cadet Engineers examination stantly killed KJ Barkr agad afem at and their heirs AU volunteer recruits who enlisted alter listment is made in the above studies and also in the Birmingham Ah ChildhenopaDead Soldier ia caso of elements of geometry algebra aud the Edward Kaibwj a nag maker aad raw October 28 1803 and before December SI 1603 for threo years in an organization al-Â¬ the death or remarriage of tho widow can theory of applied mechanics ohaat oi ChMapeake City Va committed 74 they are minors take up a home Â¬ ready in tho field or who enlisted after only Sailor boy apprentices sound in body and wloWe oa the 2Jd by casvlag his throat stead through a duly appointed guardian December 23 1833 and before April 2 1801 mind are enlisted and placed on a training with a razor for three years were entitled to 900 and receive credit for their fathers serv ship where they receive a small bounty and Jobs Sarsfwlb taa Lesa lootoneod to They are paid regubounty payable 00 in advenes and 40 ice as before mentioned and none but an outfit of clothing Ivs years la the New Hampshire Stato after each two six twelve eighteen widows or snob minor children can derive larly according to their grades and taught prison far wife raardsr twenty four and thirty six months respect any benefit from tho soldiers service in every art pertaining to the navy connection with entries of public land ively A school ship stationed at New York In Vocalists are not always oppressed If tho soldisr served his full term or was Laudthis matter address the Register of the City receives boys of good marl eAoroeter Office in the Territory or State in onty and pays them while educating teem discharged prior thereto by reason of wish ears but tbe weO known tenor wounds or under any of the general orders which is tbe desired land or Commissioner upon the samo plan as that pursued with treqaeatty looks upon Ms solo as a for tho reduction of tho army because of of tbe GeneralLand Office Washington DC United States sailor boy apprentices Civii Sbkvice Rules and Laws provile The Hon Secretary ofTVar can be applied C rious undertakingtermination of the war he was entitled to tho full amount and generally received it that in appointments therein and examina-Â¬ to for further information regarding West on final payment at muster out If dis tions of place all things being equal tho Point admission the Hob Secretary of the March April May charged by reason of disease or by way of honorably discharged veteran of tho United Navy in respect to the school at AnaapsHs purify l States service especially if wounded or dis and the apprentice system and the Com Are the moulUs ht whteh to favor or to accept promotion he was only abled shall be given tho preference Pay mander of School Ship New York la re- bleed as the syslen h bow more entitled to tho accrued installments actually drawn from tho United States Government lation thereto duo him at the time of his discharge susceptible to benefit from medicine VARIOCS NATIONAL AND STATE GRANTS Soldiers who were discharged after nine in the Civil Service does not bar tho payment now Is the lime to take Hoods Knustsd Men Retired Soldiers of the Henee mouths army service either in the last of any soldiers or sailors pension If a soldier has lost his original discharge regular army who have served far thirty Sarssparllln a medicine pecullrly war or prior thereto as volunteers drafted and also his certificate of servico if ho had years any volunteer service to be etwated adapted tor the purpose posfteaalog men or substitutes or as regular army men are placed upoa the retired Hat wero permitted to become veterans pro one it will be only necessary for him Â¬ in peculiar curative powers It exnete ruled thvj rt enXMeU prior to Ap H 2 18S4 as when entering a homestead to make af and receivo 75 par cent of the pay ef their every impurity from the blood and also fidavit as to his military service giving rank No service pensions are granted vetunfters for Vtree year If they wero dis Prison em or War All mea who were gives vitality awt rtehnees It creates charged to re enlist into tho samo regi- Â¬ company and regiment and State in whieh ment they must have previously served organization was raised the Land Ofitae at held as prisoners of war during the rebel aH appetite fcwwa the dlgestioa Hjvig two years to become ontitled to re enlist as Washington will havo his services verified lion are entitled to 96 oeats per day as eraiea thelfvtfr RlHl Hew Ufe aad Where a soldier is borne on the rolls as a commntation for rations Address tbe veterans and were usually paid at their of tbe bedy deserter tho chargo of desertion can bo Adjutant General U S A Washington D energy to every re enlistment all bounty duo them for first service As veterans so mustered they removed only by the War Department all C The heirs ol the sotdier can recover on The testimony of tbOasaudfl as to the were entitled to 400 bounty payable Ad evidence to prove suclt charge unjust or un Â¬ this claim great benefit derived from Hoods vance 25 or 30 after September 33 1858 founded must be sent to the Adjutant-GenerThere is a National Association of Union United States Army In Hke cases in ex Prisoners of War that furnishes infor Sarsaparilla shoul convince every Â¬ and 1 0 nfteroach two six twelve eightÂ¬ een tweaty f our aud thirty months and the tho naval or marine service the Hon Scc-- mation aid and comfort to all such The body that it te peculiarly the best MoeC balance at the expiration of tons of serv rotary of the Navy must be applied to address of its rrrsdent Is Gen W H purifier aad eprlog iwedlclne S9 42 Claim for pay orjbotraty of soldiers fojr PowclL BostOB Ha3 j v L i Â¬ Â¬ aa Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n t 1 1 1 1 1 T 4 e e f 1 d 3 a r K r- - P t- lle tee ho cil lia ins jer lne ag all at en- - at 14 11 M e- - ht or IX It n irs all tod you r as of r- - i tt 1 ae t sea can the lisii ad are not rip- eer J 1 I Â¬ K sB nlcesH on 1 Â¬ anl Â¬ y-- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J osU dink Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is Irs - ffin uiytu Â¬ y x KnAil5 swsps r J11 SeXi THE CLIMAX r rBUSHI r KVBRY WEDNESDAY BY IHE j Co am IS Cliiiaz Printing FRF CH TIPTON - - Editor PRK E PER -- WI YEAR 8150 3 tSSg DKESDAY APRIL fr the great English sUetnau died 011 Wednesday Jyn Bright fc 1iree member of Congress Iwm JitJ within the past month da su 111 in Irry South is again i a Candi r Stale Treaserer The re iil be s before Imhisos Â¬ loiUyone 1 is nhA in Dixon were burned Thursday Loss 60000 has been in 1 led and in the museum of Mairal Ilietoty in New York ceeds Miss Mary L Booth deceased ms editor of Harpers Bazar Cornelius Jumbos skeleton lire Margaret E Langsler suc Â¬ Mathews a literary man a friend of Edgar Allan Poe died in New York Tuesday aged 75 rears conveittioH to send delegates to the Stale convention will be held on April 27th Dont forget that the County President Harrison has issued liis proclamation opening Oclaho- ma to white settlers the 22ih1 of this month A test exhibition of natural gas illumination was had in Louis i ille Friday night and was entire- Â¬ ly satisfactory The eleventh annual meeting of the State Colored Teachers Asso ciation will be held at Lexington July Sttf 3rd and 4th Â¬ Two U S and two German men- of war were sunk by a hurricane jn Samoan waters last week and others damaged Man7 lives were lost Drnry K Burehett of Lawrence county is nominated by the Pres ident as United States Marshal for Kentucky and James N Huston of Indiana for United States Treasurer Postmaster General Wanamaker announces that offensive parti sanship shall not constitute 1 cause of removal from post ofHces this is good news but even great mens minds are liable to change rreetaeni Harrison has grave uoudls as u witeiiter mere is a South He has not only failed to give any good offices to the Kepub licansoftlte South but has dis charged all the colored servants about the White House Â¬ Hon Win O Bradley received the appointment of Minister to ores the tail end of the foreign missions but declined to accent Mr Bradlev should have received tlie appointment to either Pern or Mexico General Wade Hampton has returned to the survivors of 65th Pennsylvania Company two Hags captured of them by his command during the late war Wonder if Foraker will object to this pro ceeding Â¬ Jay Gould is in favor of the Inter State Commerce Commission Cut it be for the public good or the good of the railroads Jav and the people have not lteretof ore pulled together and we fear that there is a screw loose somewhere Mrs MeKee daughter and Mrs Russell Harrison daughter-in-laof the President say that tlte bus tle must go and Miss Blaine daughter of the distinguished Sec retary of State seconds the coins May the Lord prosper these good ladies w Â¬ Â¬ It is said that Mrs Harriet Beeener Stowes mind is shattered If lier chief production Uncle Toms Cabin could be shattered now that its usefulness is long since past the onnressed theater going public would have cause lor joy Â¬ last September The Scottsville idea should spread all over the country as it would greatly relieve the public generally and the courts in particular Â¬ Monroe Wilkerson was hanged at Seotteville Ky on Friday of last week by due process of law for a murder committed only The Colored Methodist Confer- Â¬ ence was in session at Paris Thursday night Ben Killis has a rested pew He left the church a moment and upon returning iound John Page in his seat He ordered Page out and when the latter reached the door he turned and fired two shots down the aisle killing Kellis There were two hundred ministers in the house Page is in jail and ought to be hung MUTING FORWARD fl t jung Kentucky is developing and advancing in material nrosneritv faster than ever be ore Every city town and village is starting enterprises to increase its business and add to its population This is not Hie case here alone but all over the Ssate The people are awakening to their possibilities using their energies and investing their capital and the courage ot their convictions has convinced Eastern capitalists that we have something great around and be neath 6 and foreign money is flowing rapidly into all Eastern Kentucky Four important lines of railroad are beinc raoidly con structed toward our mineral center seeking the great natural wealth of that region Old fogyism and crokerism is fast disappearing ba- Jie fresh blood new ideas and energies Let push bo the irv and success will be the crown Â¬ Â¬ -- thence up the creek to Reeves bra u oh and up this branch lo he THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MOST oldstoue bouse on the Oldham BEAC0LISUED farm thence down tbe Oldham branch to Drowning Creek at Little There is now no necessity for Rock the existence of a State Board of There is hardly any grade this Equalization since thenew law line Iu fact it cant be excelledon This enacted by the last Legislature route runs over the very best agricul- Â¬ virtually repealing the Haggard tural portion of tbe county and will law restricts their duty to the furnish rive times as much grain and simple work of determininz the stock as any olber way to ship This value of lands according to the route is from three to five miles shorter actual sales recorded in the than any other way yet proposed or county clerks offices All that can be found and will cost 100000 the Board has to do or can do is leso than any other route to take the certified list of sales Tbe very best sand stone or Kenmade out by the county clerk from tucky granite abounds on litis way a book kept by the clerk for that and cau be found in inexhaustible special purpose as required by quantities on tbe farms of C It Estill law and by adding up the col- Â¬ and Boyle Doty and then at Speedwell umns of sales find the actual cash The property owners of the town are value of the lands in a county not disturbed or injured by his route Then the law requires that GO per and it is folly to state that any better cent of the actual value be set or cheaper way can be fouud to get apart as the value of lands in that into and out of the town county for taxable purposes The The depot at the junction of the Board cannot make the per cent Barnes Mill pike with Lancaster pike greater or less than the G9 per in the limits of die town will be of cent of the actual cash value as great convenience to all of tbe Silver determined by the actual sales of Creek farmers and will secure heir trade and then this dppot will pull the record in a count clerks office that A large clerical force is allowed town in crill direction and 11 street connect this depot with railway the Board of Equalization for the calcula- Â¬ the Kentucky Central depot aud tills purpose of making these will help Richmond tions sur- Â¬ as yet This We propose the abolition of the veyed line has never promise been been Promise after has Board and the reference of their made to survey this way but why it works to the Auditor The same has not been done no reason has yet clerical force can make these same been given stereotyped calculations for the If the Intel est of the construction Auditor as well as for the Board company is to be considered nnd the and the expense of the Board can best and cheapest line of road Is to be thereby be saved adopted then somebody is to blame if The law directs that if the As- Â¬ a fair and honest survey of this route Is sessors returns as corrected by the not made County Board of Supervisors Look nt the county map aud tee that should place the value of the lands It is air line from Groggius Iaue to higher or lower than the value as Little Rock and from Groggius lane determined by the actual sales re- Â¬ to W H Baruetts the road would be ported from tho county clerks on one continuous ridge not crossing office then the State Board of one single stream of water and from Equalization shall increase or di- Â¬ Burnetts on Muddy Creek up abeauU minish the Assessors returns ac- ful bottom then out of the bottom up cordingly This too is mere cler- Â¬ Reeves branch to the old etoue house ical machine like work that could near Speedwell and from there to be done by the same clerks but in Drowning Creek there is not and cau the Auditors office instead of in not be a cheaper and better way on the rooms of the Board of Super- Â¬ which to construct the road nor one which will be more profitable to the visors road when built The County Boards of Supervisor the right of way on ors have access to the records of Thirtepn miles this route have been secured and sand the county clerk and therefore clay and timbtr and the same information that is trans- and on this route or near iron and coal thereto and are to the State Board ot mitted about 10000 acres of laud have been Equalization and ought to correct leased for the minerals and sand and the Assessors returns so as to show clay on same A straight forward precisely 69 per cont of tho cash clean clear survey f this line will bear value according to sales and then i lout every thing herein stated and we the fatate Board of Equalization flatter oitreelves that an honest candid would have nothing whatever to and fair chance will be given to this QO- L route Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HE LIKES THE NEWSPAPERMEN Tennessee is progressing Gov- ernor Taylor has signed the bill making women eligible to the ofPresident Harrison is the best fice of County Superintendent of friend the newspaper men have Education had in officesince the beginning of the Republic The editors have OLD L1UBY thus far gotten more big plums removal of the noted old out of the pudding than any other The Libby prison from Richmond Va class of men Wo mentioned in to Chicago has failed A payment last issue tho appointment of of 1000 was made and there the Whitelaw Reid of the New York matter seems to have dropped Tribune as minister to France The scheme was probably design- This week we chronicle the aped to excite the Illinois G A R pointment of Murat Halstead of and save the State from General the Cincinnati Commercial GazPalmer tho Democratic candidate ette as Minister to Germany and for Governor but as a removal Allen ThorndkeRico of the North could not be made in lime for the America Review as Minister to election the scheme was dropped Russia One or two smaller appointments have been made from FAILED the same source The President recognizes the influence exercised Murat Halstead the great big in his favor by the great journals Republican editor ot the Cincin- Â¬ that supported him and abundantnati Commercial Gazette the ly rewards them great big Republican pnper of Ohio a great big Republican State SADIE AND MARY failed of confirmation by the United States Senate a great big A remarkable sfory comes from Republican institution for tho German mission although appoint New York as a special communiIt ed by Mr Harrison the great big cation to the Courier Journal relates to Miss Sadie Cecil formerRepublican President Great God said the wood- Â¬ ly of Boyle county now in En rope and Miss Mary Anderson cock the famous actress STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ABAN- Â¬ Of late Miss Anderson has been DONED compelled to retire from the stage fer a season of rest and rumor has The recent Legislature failed to once or twice had it that her mind make an appropriation for further was wrong maintaining the Kentucky HistoriThe source of her trouble accal Society established by law cording to the authority above set seven years ago and the Governor forth has been discovered Miss has ordered the rooms closed and Cecil took acting lessons from a the collection of relics manu- New York teacher the better to scripts and other contents trans- fit her for opera to which she asferred to the State Librae This pires She fell in love with the lack of encouragement on the part teacher Subsequently he engaged of the Legislature does not speak to remodel a play for Miss Anderwell for a great State like Ken son Miss Cecil so the story goes lucky became jealous of Miss Anderson and resolved herself into an avowA SMOOTH JOB ed enemy Her health failed immind pairing A most daring performance was Europe her relief and she went to for For some that of a mild manered man in the she has been writing letters to time dracity of Denver in the afternoon of matic critics in this country last Friday He called at the were in no way complimentarythat to First National Bank and asked to Miss Anderson Several of those see the President in his private letters found their way to St room In a short time the stran- Louis and ger and the President returned merciful the result was an unattack on Miss Anderson with a check for 21000 signed by by the St Louis papers during a the President The money was recent engagement in that city paid and the man departed Then The severe and unjust criticisms so the President related that he was weighed upon Miss Anderson that made by the stranger at the muzshe became prostrated zle of a pistol to sign the check That Miss Anderson is seriously If this is an actual occurrence it is the cleverest performance of the ill and that Miss Cecil is under kind for many a day but it seems medical treatment in Europe with to us that the case deserves strict a shattered mind seems to be true investigation with special refer- Â¬ but we hope there mainder is imagence to the President of the Bank inary We cannot believe that a woman of Miss Andersons vast experience and grand success on tho BLOOD WILL TELL stage of two continents would be Mr Harrison obviously believes stricken down by the comments of in the time honored doctrine that the St Louis papers Miss Cecil is a sister of Mrs blood will tell He is a grandson of a former Presidemt William Gov Cantrill formerly connected Henry Harrison and probably with Madison Female Institute thiks that his success is in a meas- and has visited in this county We hope that both ladies may ure inherited His appointment of Mr Robert soon recover Lincoln son of President Lincoln as Minister to England and of Col THE CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE FROM Fred Grant son of President GROGGLVS LANE TO LITTLE ROCK Grant as Minister to Austria OX DROWNING CREEK clearly demonstrates his belief on this subject These gentlemen have never demonstrated any Tbe railroad we understand is locat marked ability but the President ed to Grngglns lane about two miles perhaps has fait h in their breed- west of Richmond Now for tbe beat ing The have had the peculiar and cheapest way to Richmond and advantage of mingling with diplo- about tliis there cannot be any mlHske Up the Irvine lick brancii lo the colmats and other men of prominence and the additional aid of distin lege or near tbe same on top of the guished parentage Besides we ridge and there erect a depot and are not prepared to say that the then run on the ridge to Bnggs school United Suites will be less ably rep- house and thence to Harris Station resented at the courts of England and then through Mrs Gregorys to and Austria than those countries Win Bates apple orchard at Muddy Creek and all of this way is ou tbe are at Washington ridge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DOTTED STATES SENATE Washington March Si Tho Senate did not hold a sets Ion to day owing to the funeral Fpeclal Scadon For The Cllmttx TO II E 51 PEOPLE EVERYWHERE Â¬ lerrlccs over tho remains of AssodJtl Jtutlco Matthews Among thoso bo attended the services were Senators Butler Hoar Farwoll Sherman Payne Erarts Morrill llale Man denon CoclcreU and Call Waehisgtos March SO The Senate lmme- dlately after tbe reading of Saturdays Journal proceeded to the consideration of executive business While the Senate was sitting with closed doors Mr George care notice that he would to morrow submit remarks on tho rcso InUons heretofore offered by Mr Dntlet as to tho continuity ot tho service of the presiding officor pro tempore Tho following nominations were received by tbe Senate Second Lieutenant William A Mercer Eighth Infantry to ray be Assistant First Lieutenant master Harry It Sullivan to be a Passed Assistant Paymaster in the navy Francis K Warren of Wyoming Territory to be Governor of Wyoming Territory BooJ F White of Dillon Mont to be Governor of Mon tana Lee Moorehouse of Oregon to be agent for tbe Indians of tbe Umatilla Agency in Oro jon Robert V Belt of Maryland to be Assist Â¬ ant Commissioner ot Indian Affairs OscirM Spcllman of Arknusas to hi Marshal or the United States for the Eastern District of Ar kansas Chas C Waters of Arkansas to be 0 S Attorney for the Eastern District of Ar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kansas WASrnsCTOS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ March 27 In the Senate the resolution heretofore offered by Mr Mitchell authorizing the Committee on Mines and Min Â¬ ing to continue its inquiry into the causes o delay In considering uncontested coses In the mineral division of tbe General Laad OIRoe was taken uo nd referred to the Committee on Mines nnd Mining The resolutions heretofore offered by Mr Cutl r declaring that tbe tenure of the President pro tempore dcos not expire at the meeting ot Congress after a recess but Is held at the pleasure of tbe Senate were taken up and Mr George made a constitution al argument in opposition to them After dis cussion the mater was referred to the Com mittee on Privileges and Elections The Pres- Â¬ ident sent tbe following nominations to the Senate to day Robert T Lincoln of Illinois to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni potentiary ot tbe United States to Great Ohio of Halstead Murat Britain to Extraordinary Envoy anl be ot the Plenipotentiary Minister United States to Germany Allen Thorndyko Rice of New York to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of tbe United Stales to Russia Patrick Egaa of Nebraska to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary ot the United States to Chill Thomas Ryan ot Kansas to be Envoy Extraor Â¬ dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary ot the United States to Mexico John Utcks of Wis- Â¬ consin to be Envoy Extraordinary act Minister Plenipotentiary of tbe United States to Peru George B Loring of Massachusetts to be Min Â¬ ister Resident and Consul General of the United States to Portugal Washington March as In tho absence of the chaplain the business of the Senate was entered upon without the usual prayer Mr Mandcrson offered 3 resolution which went over till to morrow ins rue ting tbe Committee on Contingent Expenses to take such steps in connection with the architect of tho Capital as may bo necessary to help the ventilation of the Senate Chamber and of tbe Senate wing Mr Sherman offered a resolution which also went over for tbe appointment ot a committee ot two Senators to wait upon the President and inquire if be has any other business to lay before the Senate The Vice President announced tbe appointment of Senators Regents as Gibson Cutloai and of ibe Smithsonian Institution to fill vacan Oockrell made a report on tbe meth cies Mr ods ot business in tbe Government Depart Â¬ ments An executive session was ordered and at 4 p m the Senate adjourned The President sent the following nominations to the Senate to day Postmasters Orlando B Happy at Mayfleld Ky Wm Jenney at Mt Clemens Mich Interior Cassius M Barnes of Arkan sas to be Receiver ot Public Moneys at Guthrie L T John L Dille of Indiana to be Reg Â¬ ister ot the Land Office at Outline LT Chas E Montcith of Idaho to be Agent tor the In dians ot the Nez Perces Agency in Idaho Washington March In tbo Senate the subject ot ventilation was discussed and a resolution agreed to looking to tn Improve ment A memorial to exempt honorably dis Â¬ charged soldiers from civil service examination was presented to the Vice President A com Â¬ mittee was appointed to attend the New York Centennial celebration At 153 an executive session was ordered on motion of Mr Sher- Â¬ man and at 5 p m the Senate adjourned The President sent the following nominations to the Senate to day Robert Adams jr of Pennsylvania to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of tbe United States to Brazil Lanzlng B Mlzner ot California to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary jjf the United States to the Central America States Wm L Scruggs of Georgia to be En voy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United State to Venezuela Wm O to bo Minister Bradley of Kentucky Resident and Consul General ot the United George B Ferguson ot Maine States to Corea to bo Collector of Customs for the district of EeUast Me George Chandler of Kansas to be First Assistant Secretary of the Interior Geo L Shoup of Idaho to be Governor of Idaho Edward J Curtis of Idaho to be Secretary of Idabo Jacob V Admire of Kansas to bo Re ceiver of Public Moneys at King Fisher Stage Station Indian Territory Jacob C Roberts ot Nebraska to be Register of the Land Office at King Fisher Stage Station Indian Territory Sien A Darnell of Georgia to be V S Attor ney for the Northern District of Georgia Wm S Tipton of Cleveland Tenn to be U S Marsbal for the Eastern District of Tennes see WASHIXGTOS March 30 In the Senate ex- Â¬ ecutive session was ordered during which were considered Senators Sher nominations man an d Ransom were appointed to wait upon tbe President and ascertain what further com munication be bad to nuke AtS10p m tho Senate adjourned till Monday at 1 p m The execntlve session of the Senate lasted two hours being devcted almost exclusively for the third time to the case ot Murat Halstca nominated to bo minister to Germany Mr Halatoad was rejected by a vote of S5 to 10 Among the nominations sent by the President to the Senate were the following John T Abbott of New Hampshire to be Envoy Ex Â¬ traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States to tbe Republic of Edwin H Terrell of Texas to bo Colombia Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo tentiary ot the United States to Belgium To be delegates to the conference between the United States of America and the Republics of Mexico Central and South America llaytl Santo Domingo and the Empire ot Brazil to be held In Washington In 18 John B Hender Â¬ Cornelius N Bliss of New son of Missouri York Wm Picckney Whyte of Maryland Clement Studibaker of Indiana T Jo3erson Coolidge of Massachusetts Wm Henry Tres cott of South Carolina Andrew Carneirie of Pennsylvania John R C- Pitkin ot Louisiana Morris M Estee of California J H Hanson of Georgia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Your heart to night Is very light Aud you are glad and blithe aud gay But ah fair maid twill not be so When I am gone from Mice away For oftentimes In lonesome hours When lam far away from thee Your heart will yearn forme in pain Bat It will yearn la vain for me And youll regret tbe scornful look And youll regret the angry tone And youll regret tbe careless langh An 0pn Letter That made me hasten to be-- gone BooNESBOROoair Ky Dec 34 1SS8 For love Is not a blooming flower This is to certify that suffered with That may be withered In a day my kidneys aud back from the year stream But llkoa deep impetuous 1875 to 1SS0 and uns often confined to Resistless rushing on Its way my bed when in the year of 18S0 I you speak with wishing peorn And tlio called on Dr T B Smith who told me When my name may li converse rise Fnll well I know when all alone to use four bottles of Smiths Kidney Theteors will dim those dark brown eyes-- Tonic and if It didnt cure me lie And tbo yon dance from mora tilt eve would forfeit 50 in cold I accepted From eve again till morning light his proposition and ui ed two bottles us nil are gone Too well I know wlicn directed and it effected a permanent your sight My face will rise before cure I have never had the least Tcrhaps nt times on may ha glad pytnptons or pain in my baok since and t liluk j our lo ve for me was vain And But days will come when your prour1 lieirt kidneys are in a perfectly healthy con- Â¬ Will only beat to throb with pain believe Smiths Kidney Tonic dition the greatest medicine on earth You send me from your side with scorn And bid me hasten to be gone fclATHANIBI TEVIS Thnt scornful smile will melton I caw Bmfths Kidney Tonic for sale by W Full well I know when tliourt alone G White Prescription Druggist Rich- Â¬ Your ejes will EH with tears ut times 31- mond Ky When your heart yearns In vain for me Yinr cry of anguish lhentgo up Persons wishing 10 Improve their Miserere Domlne memories or strengthen ihelr power of For love Is not a plnyttiing girl attention should send lo Prof Loisolte That may be crushed aud broke at wilt 237 Fifth Avenue N Y for his Prns- But like the giant rooted oak peetus Post free as advertised In an Thro storms and years llstandeth still 37 40 other Column Cin Confirm our statement when we say that Ackers English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat aud Lungs IujyVhooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relieves at once We offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy issoliLon a positive guar Â¬ antee by V G White Prescription Druggist I FOR JAILBft JOHN F WAUKRS Is a onndidate for Jailer of Madison oonnty subject to tlie action ot Hie Democratlo party JAMES C LACKEY Is n candidate for Jailer of Madison connty subject to the ac Â¬ tion of the Democratic party SAMUEL BIUQERSTAFF Is n candidate forJullerot Madlsou county subject to the action of the Democratic party THOMAS B FEUREIL Is a candidate toe Jailer of Madison county subject to the 4-ae lion of the Democratic party for Jailer of JOlIN II ILL is n oindideate action of the Medlson connty subject to the Democratic party A JBROADDUSlsn candidate for Jailer ofilaillson county subject to the action of nnriAn nf tlm WE HAVE NOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF tue iiemocrauc purtjr GEOnuEW MATJIIN Is a candidate for Jailer of Madison eoiiuty subject to the - femrriitleartv 1- I FOR AS SBSSOIl A J WILLOUQ11BY 1 a enmlldate for Aevsor of Madison county subject to the action of the Dmoeratle party W J IIARVKY Is a candidate for Assessor or Mmlison county subject to the action -of -the Democratlo party C RTUDOItl a candidate tor Assessor 01 Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party JOEL T KJIBRYlsaoandldnle for Assuror of of JlHdiwn county subject 10 the action the Democratic party CONWAY DOZIEIt Is n candidate tor AbMrsrof Madlton county subject to 37-the action of the Democratic party RtCE Is a cnndldnte for Assessor of D Madison counly subject to the action of the Democratic parly I- imm I SUMMER GOODS EVER IBIiOTJG EtT TO TBLTS CITY Our M ens Soil Department is chuck full of the Leading Styles in Plafcte Stripg and Mixtures in Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Cftseimeres in fact anyÂ¬ a Iublio Superintendent ofln J FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT candidate for County U HARRIS 8- the BClkm of the Democratic party MIW A T MILLION Is a candidate for re Â¬ StoTe election to the office of County Sunerinteod cnt or Public Schoolx subject to the action -of SeHie Democratic party Schools oubjeet to thing you may want there is to be found in a first clasg Clothin SHnns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ Price 75c at tism or money refunded CONTRIBUTED Whites Drug 8tore becond street If You make me thiuk said a young near Garnett House man of our town dropping on a to fit The C I St L C Ry Kankakee beside a pretty girl last Sunday evening of n bank whereon the wild Line with its connections makes the Do I r she murmur- Â¬ fastest time from Cincinnati to Council thyme grows Its so nice nut that in Pas ttep Binds Omaha Bt Paul Minneapolis ed 32 in the hall and unless you drop out of and the West aud North-wesfront window before I cense speak Â¬ the If you want a nice buggy phreton ing youll have a little wild time with or barouche rockaway carriage him my own for he loves yon not apr4 t coupe go to John Donelson His descent was rapid During a trial for assault in ArkanLeave your Laundry atBrights for sas a club a rail an ax a knife and a the Kentucky Steam Laundry at Lex- 40 43 shot gun were exhibited as the instru ingtou ments with which the deed was done Call at Brigbls aud see samples of It was also shown that the assaulted man defended himself with a sythe the work done at Kentucky Steam 40 43 a pitchfork a chisel a hand flaw Laundry at Lexington and a dog The jury decided that Banna Specific will cure Rheuma theyd have given u dollar apiece to tism or money refunded Price 75c at have seen the fight Whites Drug Store Becond street HayH an astronomer to a bright eyed near 5- Garnett House girl when talking of rain bows Donelson will make you as good a Did you ever see a lunar bow I have seen a beau by moonlight if buggy or carriage as can be bought apr4 tf that is what you mean was the Bly any where In America AV M L rejoinder Tlie Kentucky Steam Laundry at CONCERNING FARMERS Lexington does first class work Bright 40 43 agent At Cambridge City Ind 67 horses First clas3 work done by the Ken- Â¬ sold at the Lackey Carmony sale tucky Steam Laundry Call at Brlghts Wednesday amouuted to 31000 40 43 Wayne Wilson sorrel stallion brought and see for yourself WIT AND IIUM0K Â¬ t- SADDLES EARMESS The old and reliible Saddle and llarness House of No 2G QTO 0H1LDEEFS BEPAETMMT far surpassos any line ever shown before iu this city at low prices OUR IERGHAITTAEORISG BEPAI1TMENT Second Garnett House stock of Street next to is full of the leading stylos in all of the different Plaids and Mixtures has a complete Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Cassimeres in fact Saddles Harness Bridles Â¬ Â¬ EW amid Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Scrapers Boots Curry Combs Oils and Toe Weights Seaps everything else needed by persons We cordially invite you to come and examine and you will see the who handle horses nicest line of piece goods ever shown in this city Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the best material used boys ALL THE J9BBY FABRICS Â¬ Not if you go through tlie world a dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Wm Spaldiug bought of Dawson are a positive cure for the worst forms Russell of New Haven 18 of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency mules at 7750 Joe Phillips sold aud Constipation Guaranteed and to T O Crozier of Bardstown SO extra sold by W G White Prescription 130 mules at The same mules were Druggist bought a few weeks ago in the blue grass region W C Rogets and Ben Hgp Bsowirs iron Cures Indigestion Mllousccss Dyspepsia Mala B McElroy 1h 11 glit In Tennesee last Nervousness aud General Debility Physi Â¬ week the king of tipanifh jack Im Â¬ ria recommend it All dealers sell it Genuine cians has trade tasrk and crowed red lines onwrapper for S1400 Lebanon ported Leoue two-year-o- 11000 sold toEmile Ambus Colum- Â¬ bus Ohio Raven Boy blk p to S McKInuey of Wisconsin S36O0 IS LIFE WORTH LIVING ladies and Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Haines Backhands Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm O11I3 experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from S up All pricos of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Some- Â¬ thing entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot of lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond Gentlemens Â¬ Our is full Purnishing Goods Department of all the latest things to be found in a Famishing Goods Store all kinds of Balbriggan Underwear otir Negligee Flannel Shirts far excel anything ever shown before in this city UE HAT DEPARTMENT is complete a large and woll selected stock SONS ifcC f YEOMANS STET- Â¬ in fact anything you want in th IIAT LINE we have it for you Come and Give Our Line an Inspection and we assure you we can make it to your interest for past favors We are Respectlully Thanking you 41- - bitters Â¬ EGALITEI Tlircc-Ycar-Old COVINSTOIT 40 30 MITCHELL fc Standard Weekly Crop Bulletin of tbe Ken- Â¬ tucky State Weather Service in c operation with the U B Signal Ber vice for tho week ending March 23rd Ky The weather 1880 Louisville crop conditions during the past week have been most favorable for all agri- Â¬ cultural interests The temperature was generally Mlghtly iu excess of the normal and the amount of sunshine Light rains were about the average reported ihroughnut the Btate on the lOih and 19th The average amount was about 30 of an inch which is less than a third of the normal The warm day weather has swollen the buds of A severe lrost fruit very rapidly would doubtless prove disastrous to the crop Bo me light frosts have been re ported during the week but no damage is reported to have refilled from them Oats and tobacco beds are being sown aud the ground being prepared for corn planting EXTRACTS FROM BBPORTS Record 233 218 CAUTION TO MOTIlEllS Every mother cautioned against giving her child laudanum or para go ric it creates an unnatural craving for stimulants which kills the mind nf the child Ackers Baby Soother is i- - specially prepared to benefit children aud cure their pains It is harmless aud contains no Opium or Morphine Sold by W G White Prescription LIVE STOCK MARKET SEPOET By GREENE EMBRY LI Stock Commbtoloii Merchants at Clucln nstl Unlou Stock Yards aud Covington Stock Yards t Cincinnati Ohio Aprit Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 3 3 3 3 1 18S9 SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough Good o Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good oo 4 00 ho 3 90 Q 3 40 00 508 3 75 00 3 25 2 75 2 25 3 851 BUTCHER CATTLE A SOUTHERN ABOLITIONIST Northern people take natural pride in the great work which Garrison Phillips and other Northern Abolitionists ttid toward awakening sentiment against chattel slavery Phillips had two or three bad half hours with rough crowd but tbe roughest would rather hear his wonderful eloquence than stop him Five minutes start would have held a hallfull of Bob Tombess The mob did shake Garrison up pretty badly in Boston once but that was the worst of it Without in the least de-Â¬ preciating tbe great work of those at the North what did they undergo com- Â¬ pared to Hinton Rowan Helper Jas G Birney and Cassius M Clay Next to Birney Cassius M Clay was the most prominent Southern Abolitionist He is now at Wlllards hav ing run up from his home at White Hall Ky He was repeatedly In dan Â¬ ger of his life He never hesitated to defend himself with his weapons which Kentuckians are in the habit of carrying Probably one of the most remarkable encounters in tiie history of his State was a duel with bowie knives on a platform at a political Â¬ Â¬ Everything indicates Madisonville an early spring Corn laud preparing for planting Fruit prospects good barring frost Frankfort Fall grain looking well fruit buds swollen toliac co beds burned and seed sown every Â¬ thing promising Berustadt Borne oats sown ground in good condition busy plowing Greeudale farmer Some danger of grain being too far ad- Â¬ vanced lor the season Farmera well advanced iu all spring work Covlng Ing Weather has been fine rain Monday favorable to wheat and oats Fanners preparing for spring seeding Bhelbyvilie Corn ground nearly ready for planting fruit trees very much swollen almost in blossoms a hard freeze would be damaging to them Mt Sterling Weather cloudy grass beginning to grow Richmond The past week generally favorable to crops Versailles A fine week for farm work Franklin Peach trees in bloom farm- Â¬ ers planting cum Heavy hail storm ou tiie 19th but no damage to crops Oats sown Caddo wheat and rye looking well fruit buds swollen Lexington Rain Monday made the soil too damp for plowing but winds Tuesday and Wednesday dried theHoil and permitted Its resumption Owen ton Tobacco beds all bown fruit buds swelling rapidly every Â¬ Wicklifle thing advancing rapidly peach trees Farm work in blossom Litchfield progressing rapidly average crop of tobacco willbe planted Extra Fat Steers 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 Good to Extra Cows 3 Fair to Good Cows 2 75 3 Common Cows 2 00A 2 Rough Cows and Oxen 1 oo 1 BULLS Best Shipping 2 65 2 Best Bologna 2 35 2 Fair Bologna 2 00 2 Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin 1 2 50 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 75 4 Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 2 Common and Thin Stockers 2 oo 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 00845 Fair to Good 2 oo3 Common 15 oo2r fe Best Veal Calves 5 75 Fair to Good 5 4 50 Common and Heavy 2 50 4 HOGS Select Butchers 4 85 4 Fair to Good PacVcrs 4 4 85 Good to Extra Lights 4 70 4 Light Pigs 4 50 4 SPRING LAMBS Common to Good Extra- 6 00 4 50 3 Co 3 40 3 25 3 15 4 00 3 75 60 40 40 00 50 50 75 50 25 00 00 75 85 50 00 00 00 00 00 J SPEED SMITH 00 WHOLE SOLED place in 1S54 inakint Ins record of 233 in a jog Sirfd hv Egbert Mre of limniii pacer Superior 225 210r Ejinont 223 Illinois Benefactor 4 year old 227 Etrberl 2201 1st dam by Stocl bridge Chief sire of m dam by the dam or uiosier 17 Alexanders Norman wire of Lula215 May Queen 220 and the dams Nor Â¬ The extensive dealers in man Medium 220 Fanny Itobiuson 220 Maiden 223 Banner Boy 225J Alice Addioon 2 27 nnd Red Jim 230 Egbert by liysdyfts Hanibletnulan LisEts dHtn by MeseiiKer Duroc aud he by liysdyla Hitmbleionian EGALITE is a very rich chestnut sorrel 1G hiuds 1 inches high and Goofls weighs over 1200 pou mis He i3 the finest horse ever s ten iu thb county either standing or in harness His colts ill have size finish and nciion Although at No 104 West Main Street he has sired but few colts he is sire of Richmond Ky have received oue or the best in Ken- Â¬ their tucky His record is no indication nf his speed He could trot close to 220 at a Mr Henry Traynor who traiued him says barringHiisie S he la the fat test and gamest horse he ever handled He will make tlie season of 16S0 at John B Clieiiaulla place 1J miles trom and it is much larger than they Richmond ou Lexington pike at have ever before handled But 25 TQ DTSUEE A LIVING COLT their prices are no larger than beMoney due when mare Is parted with fore They have otherwise when colt is fouled EGALITE has never made a season Grade for less than 50 but in order to give him an opportunity to prove his supe Â¬ OF riority a3 a sire we have placed his services within tlie reach of all this jear In placing the services of this horse befoie tlie public we will say that the public could wish Their that you can not possibly make a mis- Â¬ line of GENTLEMENS take by breeding to him If you dont get a trotter you will get a horse that CUT will always command a big price Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day Accidents or escapes at owners risk 40-JNO B CJ IENAULT CO sam- ingt Winner of the Kv Fir stakes at in 1SS3 stake at Lex- and both 3- I West IWCftisx Stocoo fill 0 Wallace Slioes Rice SADDLES Ai D fMMll CO con Â¬ FnrHisii ing Hats tinue in tlieir elegant liouse corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herndon as a drug ttore WC GORMLEY Saddles id Harness Â¬ three-year-ol- MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work- Â¬ men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckles Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Spring and Summer Stocfe Â¬ Every and Variety Hame Strings BOOTS SHOES else belonging to a complete dlery and Harness Shop and everything Sad- Â¬ CltAS S rOWELL HIGH LACED CALF SKIN SHOES A specialty of Light Road Track Harness Gormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Bell Vani raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 ALL WORK WARRANTED 41 40 SMITH POWKLL 90 00 80 75 is especially full Tho same in Congress and Buttons Also Goat and Kangaroo Both THE CELEBRATED JACK nre Iiisiiraiice tacli anl American Calf Â¬ 6 23 4 75 e Sure It you have raado up your mind to buy JJoods Sarsaparilla do not he Induced to toko any other Hoods Barsaparilla Is a peculiar medicine possessing by virtue o its peculiar combination proportion and preparation curative power superior to any other article A Boston lady who knew what she wanted and whose example is worthy imitation tells her experience below Frank Burke Sergt Signal Corps Dr E A Grant Director meeting which he was addressing HOWS THIS Mr Clay to day shows his physique and power Of medium height he We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ has broad shoulders and powerful arms ward for any cage of Catarrh that can and muscles Like all Clays he it an not be cured by taking HALLS easy and magnetic speaker When Oatarhii Curu the time coma for true history to bo F J CH BNEY CO Prop written the Southern Abolitionist will Toledo Obo stand even lined with iheir Northern We the undersigned have known Washington Post brothers F J Cheney for tho laet 15 years and believe liltn perfectly honorable iu nil Lost I dont know where I cant business transactions and financially tell when I dont see how something able q carry out any obligation made of great valtto to me and for the return by their firm West ATruax Wholesale Druggist of whloh I shall be truly thankful viz Toledo Ohio a good appetite Walding Kiunan Marvin WhtJIe FonND Health and strength pure blood an appetite like that of a wolf Bale Druggist Toledo O regular digestion all by taking that E H Van Ilcasen Cashier Toltido popular and peculiar medicine Hoodd National Bank Toledo O Saraapariliu I want everybody lo try Halls Cataruu Cube is taken In Â¬ It is sold by nil drug Â¬ ternally ncting directlyupin the blood it this senson gists Ono hundred doses oue dollar mm mucus tsurfuces oT ihe svsuln Prir75 cents per bottle gsjld byfal 42 ii Fine flour at Bonanza Roller Mills DrttESias To G In ono store where I went to buy Hoodd SarsapariUa the clerk tried to Induce mo buy their own Instead of Hoods hetoldmothclrs would last longer that I might ako It on ten days trial that if I did not like it I need sot pay anything etc But he could not prevail on me to change I told him I knew what Hoods SarsapariUa was I had taken It was satisfied with it and did not want any other Fire Insurance Companies in the world we represent the company that lias the largest capital the largest paid THEY HAVE ALL THAT up capital the largest aseln the only company that pays its lotses without discount aud does not agree in Its The Best Markets Afford policy t make you wait sixty days after a flre to get your money We write at the lowest rates given by any French Medium and Common Sense heels in Oxford Ties Lou company then Newport Why not Insure in the Best Buttons ijucKlcs Ties andBrazon Aaoms Our companies are baoketl by over 42000000 capital and over 125000000 assets It will be too late afier you are burced out Call and see us before you insure elsewhere Our rates and terms are the best THEY HAVE THE 29 23 fcMITH POWELL Will Thejiew and popular Ooze Calf Creek make the present season at SiUer Distillery at with Tanfox 25 For Jennets and 18 Per Mares to InWe represent ten of the strongest IfiLAOSES SHOES IN HATS EISTS Kiiox Stetson Marwick and sure a Living Celt ClintoX fe 16 hands and one inch high fine bone and substance jet Mack rnealr nose and makes a grand appearance Bred by John W AlKsun of torbon couatr foaled May 24th ifSs got br Longfellow nt dam hy Peacock 2nd dam by Lord WelKsgtefl 3rd dam br Leviathan 4th dam hy Moantam Leader Longfellow was Rot by Long Madison 1st dam bv haa Roval Bate 2nd dam br 4 Mohawk Jack men throughout the county say he is the best bred jaek m the State Will graze mare and jennets at the rate or 10 cents oerdav W S HUME CO 39-Sihrer Creek Ky S- Mill unHil nuLui both hard and soft A Full LiKEof Gf Austin Drew YAZOO STANDARD Brother to l9t hlef MCORD2ll J I began taking Hoods SarsapariUa was feeling real miserable suSerlug a great deal with dyspepsia and so weak that at times I could hardly stand I looked and had tor somo time like a person In consumption Hoods SarsaparUIa did mo so ranch good thatl wonder at myself sometimes and my friends frequently speak of It Kits Ella A Gorr 61 Tcrraco Street Boston When Furnishing Goods YufSJJ sr- - Harold I Â¬ SarsapariUa SoMb7aIldmggit by including Monarch Shirts E - W and Goon Collars and Cuila NECKWEAR Hi PROFUSION Glovoe iu great variety An as sort ment of Silk and Linftn Ilnnfl kerchiefs aid dam YmiK Portia dm Yad b BelmoBt by Maabrino Â¬ 3rd dsm Portia by Roebtiek peoer 4th dam by Whip Uirrotsgbbfel KENTUCKY a L HOOD 4 CO Apothecaries LOTretl Mai JOO Doses Ono Dollar fl sir for SB Prepared aalJ 0ABRIACK I WORKS Psopkistor rj mrDDprr 4M0 jf f Rl Thjs abovo 18S8 at tlsWw of Phillip hrrse wilt make the season A Death- - JOHNrpOtfELSOtf r i tf uiuuuuaon in shk anu gfXMts- - with assorted handles olnorist colt Forty Dollahs to IsthKA lav-- 9 28 Elegaut line ot Shirt Jewelry Apply m PhlHipa A PMUuTgp liwhmnml Ky or tn ho mI Silver Or Ky 40 52 T S BURNAM IO gJHr v y s y KHI t nn ilMEfrinr w Tirinirr-i- i- iaapogjB wwip1 Circuit Court Circuit Court adjourned on Saturday after a sceefcm of two weeks Five crim iDNESDAY APRIL 3 1869 inals were sent to the penitentiary for oneÂ¬ year Aaron Doathltt Ike McKee TbetU Oil exhibition on Monday wag malicious shooting and wounding Law Â¬ rence Plnkston grand larceny William White alias Bogie house burning Tevis sinJuv m the worst day of March Owens malicious cutting and wounding wlaJ mi d1 conMdeei AM colons except Pinkston Sheriff fH close eat Ms fr W A Powdl Bales and ex Sheriff Deathcrage left with jatat I mon City by Atctfen the prisoners yesterday The grand jury returned one hundred ha bought of O Burgta T V Co is nare mules ij hands high twenty five indictments but none were xT4f for murder or manslaughter THE CLIMAX TuJge jrli Ct fi Tne j Vliastian of OwskyaBd Green e apfMcaists Tor of rulasU o Internal Revwwte in this dw- s - o- D B WMk James Barnes j ukn v Maupin the Uwt named cet era were probated in the cessty court cn Vomit ctt dog of his age da 1 J- The tn t o Mr cyis ai- o i in Ken capering ahwrt the grocery rceman on First street It one pound and three otmces I - weeVs old v b km ti rd Gentry ace gehs to - jKijt jjjr ic M ne 500 leg ii iderof dynamite capacity to and other j Hi1 iii 1 It will be located Complimentary 1 GraxdJury Rooxi Richmond Kvm March 2i So j On motion of Mr D M Bright the following resolutions were adopted That the Grand Jury now in session recognize the services of Mr B Dud Miller who has acted as Deputy SheriB in attandance on them by passing a vote of thanks for his efficency and his promptness in executing the wishes of the jury and all unite in the statement that no Grand Jury on which any of the members of this jury haye ever served has been attended half as well as Mr Milter lias cared for this one S II Stone Foreman J WSmith Clerk Decidedly m y9pf of the town r 4 aged 16 years was her bed in Lexington Sw a iJ Tom OBrien who kMkd Si ea le Vi t e months ago has been ar iirged with the crime - - bewitching picture in Rich- Bennett Uiwutons i Crooke wort ot ScMegel It k a Jc arrayed in white veil and evi- - 03 happi for anything - an excellent jack 6J hand of fine bone and substance blood owned by W S Utme b cr Creek and wSt stand at j f o to insure a living colt See a I - The New Planing Mill A month or so ago The Climax an- Â¬ nounced that a Michigan man had been hare with a view to building a new plan Â¬ ing mOl and that he and Mr David My- Â¬ ers were considering a partnership in- Â¬ cluding the Barlow mill property and Myers lumber yard Afco that they were awaking the action of the Court of Appeals concerning the title to Barlow prop- Â¬ erty The courts decision was published on lat Wednesday and on Thursday Mr A E Caret-- of Kalamazoo Michigan bought out the half interest of Mr Alfred Douglas in the Barlow mill property and he and Mr Myers owner of the other half formed a partnership and will at once begin the erection of a planing mHI alongside the grain mill Â¬ m Colyer bought in Clark Killed in Lcc as week of S A Ramsey an Mrs R S Oliver of Union City this ui for 700 of Nick Hadden Jr county received information last week x c od jack for S6eo and of that her son Robert McClancy one of c Daniel a jack for the Sheriffs posse had been killed in Lee c county where he lived by one Bob Pow- Â¬ a it the North American Re ell whom they were attempting to arrest after a c ear and a vohune entitled and did finally succeed in taking tt I Re of Abraham Lincoln bv long chase and desperate resistance tn r iee distinguished men of his time Powell is a bad fellow generally and we the t tor f s 00 the price of the North are happy to state is not related to the A e an Reiiew alone caM at The large family of that name in this county Dr James P Reeves of this place tesCi m x office tifies to the good qualities of McClancy who was a pupil in his school some ears Marriage Lkeases Per March Gl Cates Alice Moody B S ago Pen ell is in jail at Beattyville and - Suan Cates C I Ogg Nora L the sheriff was compelled to manifest great Id T White Pattie White C coolness and firmness to prevent the ex- Â¬ fir T i Susan ParVes Wn C Todd cited people from lynching the prisoner I J Lakes John Moody Snsan Ability Backed With Bullion Does It I Â¬ Â¬ TeMperaEec LectBre M r Luther Benson delivered a Register lecture at tne Jhmtian church it If four columns in the Register is any As a temperance lecturer Mr ik tlie equal of any man on the sign nine columns in The Climax are a He will lecture aeam to nieht heap signer Climax A r v treat is in store and every one It is easy enough neighbor to fill your ci j hear him paper with advertisements when you give a man a five column ad one week for Xew Drag Store and it k easy enough to increase S5 A G Woods of NichohuviMe your subscription list when you furnith in t v er last week avl opened his new your paper six months for twenty five r - nandbome drug store in the new hotel cents Yes it is all easy enough but If you want to ee a work m what bothers us is how you can afford it true artUtic skill is ditniayed isit Register H t - iow drug liouse Mr Woods was Yes yes dear boys and you forget to d at Central University and is mention tlie large amount of unsurpassed -- nd generally known here The job work we are doing at prices little opening occurred on Xlonday and above the cost of the blank material tors were numerons A Street Fight Maj There Be Sere Charley Clark and Aurclius Biggerstaff Dan Moore Senator from Ander engaged in a controversy near the new Snl- ny was in the ckjr last week and hotel Monday that resulted in Clark e for the estate of W H Mc shooting Biggerstaff and Biggerstaff stab Â¬ er late of Lawrcneeburg paid to bing Clark twice The shot took effect or L II Blanton 10000 This in the hip and was a slight flesh wound lat payment of a 30008 gift to the ball lodging near the surface It was M J jwment fund of Central Universi- - extracted by Dr J Foster r McBrarrr was an unusually The knife wounds were also slight It is - jl business man and noted for his said that Clarks pistol had but one load generous gifts to educational and in it and Biggerstaff s knife was a poor jle institutions one Both men have been tried before and each has killed his man If their A Man ef Drains weapons had been belter the result would T master General Wannamaker have probably been worse The affair i iphVs greatest merchant says grew out of a business transaction con - continue an advertisement is like cerning Clarks child of which Biggerstaff n your sign If you want to do is the guardian - y eu must let the public know h The men were taken before County -- - g advertisements when changed Judge Chenault after their wounds were y are better than reading notices dressed and gave bond in the sum of t A more substantial and business rooo w 3 inspire confidence I would as Real Estate Transfers for March- t nk of doing business without -Howard Martin to Bryant Holman 30 a as without advertising acres 300 A SuceessM Trip S Q Royce to Jas W Garrison 445J y Judge ChenauH received notice acres 11 18 State Board of Enuaiization that Sarah J and ILJett to Harvey Parrkh - c nt was about to be added to the 50 acres 4750 r is returns for Madison county Samuel House to N B Coy x acre rioned Hon W TTe k Hon 50 T CUenaultand Mr ThosJ Smith AJ Crew6 to C M Crews 5 acres T WtA 2ubu ac mn w a mknm incj 400 vf eJed in defeating the advance Two Jno T Tatum to W F Tatum 38 Koard were for and two against the acres 700 and Auditor Fayette Hewitt A T Chenault to J W Smith 60 -- cj i faiorofthe oeuntr bv vottnir acres 5050 the advance D and J Moore to Richard T Hulett 65 6oJ acres Cwrt Day Wm V Warren to Wm M Collins E Bush Auctioneer reports a cool acres 130 muddy day a fair crowd and IlJi Jas Cotton to II J Fletcher 5 acres eav 300 cattle on the market o changed hands 30 yearling Ambrose Calico to J H Vincent 2SJ4 5 tS heifers 1660 9 Soo lb cat acres 400 5 42 3 calves 35 6 heifers G W Maupin c to Selh W Maupin 1210 t Seo lh heifer f 93 acrcs 5jSo j 16 5 yoke of 30 Soo lb cattle Elizabeth Williams to T F Comdison VO to 85 a yoke 12- Horses 343 acres 600 J marc 155 a weanling colt Henry Broniton to D While I acre j both the property of B H Neale Seo Z coti 53S- - A few broke mules A Maupin to II White 2 acres 30 VJ hands at Steo to Siao AHo- - Wm Haden to Chenault Bennett er a good court day 232 acres 3330 TOWN LOTS IN RICHMOND The List Lengthened D C Lyman to Crookc Urmston e 51 e tlie list of physicians who had 709 - with the County Clerk up to C S Powell to Edwin Brown ioo a - 5 jc of Thb Cum ax DaringS D Parrish o G H Myer6o - lerofthe week the foNowing C S Powell to S L MSdkiffjioo s were added S D Parrhh to G H MyersJ75 Conelison Mkml University C S Powell to Ross DozierSsoo S D ParrUh to SalHe J Ward 150 It bKn Vanderbnt Unirersity Wm Cunningham to Jno E Green leaf 600 L Lusk University of Loakrile Edwin Broun to Tnof Harris 190 Crooke S D Parrish to Urmston tcm- heru e see how Richmond is booming observe the new advertisements in the Register this week four columns If you want to tj -- 1 1 c- k cie -- 5 v5mth Univarsy of Louisville es Mc Williams University of Lou- - i5eC D Irr ffcaHre t r i is Drac Business ottoks nr so many years a s - Ji - r gist in Richmond but who i hi bussnesf to Mr C B C S Powell to Bcttfe Bynm3i4 uciaed the interest of Mr Cbrisman Rose to Sam Rice 1200 in the extensive drug firm J J Brooks to D R Forman Sjoo ViJlss It is fortonste for G Schaf hausen to Jas D Dykes 200 v that her good wen can J S Colhni to Bat Cunningham 400 incr tends to leave when Pat Cunningham to J S CoHfrH S4C0 and it is booed that Mr Urmston J S Walker to Croake olow tie example of Mr u go awav Mr Stockton 1000 Z the drug business and What you need is n medicine that y pure tfiloJent s an escaWeitt bogmning rellabje Saab is JJieton win conaoue with Hoods Serwparila It possews pe- Â¬ It culiar curative powers Lyman to J Stone Walker 780 Jno C Chenault c to G W Evans c 487 Bu Brown to H C5tagner 230 Chas S Powell to Edwin Browntoo C S Powell to Nannie Faulconer for Freaks to faith in Schweinfurth replied to re It is mortifying to recogntre the natural marks by the pastor Dr Conde insisting weakness of mortals for treaks of nature Out he hd better investigate and like such as four legged Chickens double her he would be convinced that Schweinheaded lambs and curiously grown vege- Â¬ furth was the perfect one Dr Conde tables that bear some resemblance to a rated her soundly lor running after false human being an animal or some other prophets and insisted that Schweinfurth object meant devils and that he was a monster It is no unusual occurrence for a man like one of the swine into vhich Christ to lug some hideous deformity half across cast the devils This caused a great out- Â¬ a county to exhibit it to an editor and break from tlie half dozen male Beckman- Â¬ occasionally there is attached to the ites Disciple Whitney made remarks specimen more or less interest and tho offensive to the members of the church editor is proportionatelly gratified but the and called them Scribes and Pharisees pains taking man may know of half a Deacon Wallis seized Whitney and andozen happenings of general and real other disciple and threw them headlong interest yet not mention them How J frorr the room The other Beckmanites seldom do they drop into a newspaper fled They held a meeting last night and office or with a note to say that a neigh- Â¬ vowed they would yet force the West- Â¬ bor has died a house burned a frightful minster people to receive them and ac-Â¬ storm raged a whole community pros- Â¬ cept the truth of their doctrine trated with a disease or any other similar THIN COLUMN item Correspondents do such things but others do not at most but rarely Miss Rockfeller married Mr Strong The chronic four legged chicken and the at Rochester This is a strong combina- Â¬ ever present double headed lamb have tion and will no doubt grow stronger the drop on the real news of the day Mobile has a man with the remarkable Only the other day a man came in to show us an egg with two yellows in it name of Pork and Beans All this be- Â¬ and by accident we learned from him that longs to one mnn and hes not married his brother had died Mr Jos W Briscoe has a dog that is Georgetown Times The Largest Passenger Steamship in tho raising a Iamb What will the dog do when he gets it World raised Wc are somewhat tardy in acknowledg- Â¬ What is the difference between Riching the receipt from Peter Wright Sons agents of the Inman Line Ocean Steam- Â¬ monds natural gas well and a 1225 da mond pin Neither of them can climb a ers New York a magnificent picture large as a cellar door of the new but tree now widely known steamer the City of Whs 1 is the difference between a roan New York and a ban el If a man gets tight he is The picture is an attractive work of liable to fall down If a barrel gets loose art done in colors and covered with glass it is liable to fall down and represents the great steamer moving Tlie Bourbon News is truly facetious out of New York harbor the city appear- Â¬ foling in the back ground Brookln bridge and decidedly sensible in uttering the In preparing anonymous con- Â¬ lowing on the right and the Jersey City ferry boat tributions please write on only neither passing to the left side of the paper This steamer was launched last summer by the Messrs Thompson at Clydebank One of the eight daughters of Chief and is the largest passenger steamer in the Justice Fuller of the United States Su world the largest steamship ever built preme Court ran away last week and except the Great Eastern It is 580 feet got married The old mans family was long 63 wide 42 dcephas a gross tonage Fuller of daughters than it should have of 10503 tons and develops iSooo horse been anyhow power or nearly double that of any other There is no use in Waco and Elliston ship now afloat except two or three javing about which shall have the R N English war vessels The engines are I B Frogtown which is situated triple expansion and control twin screws half way between the two places has or propellers which screws may be used discovered crawfish with jewels in their so that in case backs singly or in combination more valuable than pearls and the of accident to one the other will do the road will certainly go that way to get work The steamer has fourteen com- Â¬ them plete water proof and air tight compart- Â¬ The Paris Kcntuckian Citizcn gravely ments without any communicating doors In London the widows of so that a hole may be knocked through remarks the hull filling an entire compartment private houses are washed by a limited whh water without sinking tlve vessel or liability company at the rate of eight a fire could not spread beyond the com- cents a widow It is probable that llterc is an n lacking partment in which it originated The cost of tlik truly immense steamer is be- Â¬ in the widows Craddock is having wash- Â¬ yond tlie belief of persons not acquainted ed with ocean steamers The price paid for At a public meeting held in Beattyville this marine palace was two and a half one day last week a resolution was adopt- Â¬ million dollars Thit boat is cited as il- ed pledging support to any candidate lustrating the highest development of the who would introduce a bill to remove ocean liner as regards power size safety the Capital to Beattyville Upon hearing and luxury If you desire to see a spec- Â¬ this Winchester sent a man to Beatty- Â¬ imen of perfection in marine architecture ville to demand what the devil you peo- Â¬ drop into The Climax office at some ple mean up there anyhow r leisure moment and behold the faithful Somebody put a small mud turtle likeness about the size of a silver dollar in a bed at a Pineviile liotel and the stranger who PERSONAL was assigned to that room on preparing Dr M C Heath is in the South to retire caught sight of it Heat once I exDr Dave Bennett of Lexington was assumed his clothes remarking pected to have a pretty lively night of it here this week but if theyre as big as that I dont pro- Â¬ Claiborne Lisle Esq of Clark was in pose to get in with em Bourbon News the city this week Col McCarty of the Jessamine Journ Mr J Tcvis Wilkerson of Lexington nal who can carry all his cath in a small was here Sunday part of his capacious breeches pocket and Mr G C Francis lias taken a position is therefore not up to the requirements of in tlie house of Mcilenry Co Cincin- Â¬ us millionaires who run semi weeklies is disposed to be facetious at the expense of nati Ohio our mutual friend the Danville Advocate Captain Hanna and wife formerly M16S which recently spoke of the robbery of its Coralie Walker made a flying visit here safe He asks Whats the use of a safe last week and returned to their home in in a country office anyhow Why not Cleveland keep your apples in the cellar Stanford Mr H B Hanger contractor on the Inside Journal B R R located at Perkins R N I Apples We keep coal in our safe in Ky has been called to his home at Staun- Â¬ winter and in summer it makes the best ton Va by thr illness of his father beer case yeu ever saw Solon Cox and family and Richard Jeff Davis Mitchell Ex Mayor of Rich- Â¬ Taylor of Estill on their way to Boze mond Ky was in town last week repreman Montana their future home stopped senting the wholesale grocery house ol off here on Monday to sec the formers Ford Eaton Co Cincinnati and book- Â¬ sister Mrs J P Reeves ed a big trade but still he was not happy Hon II B Hogg of Booneville Ky because a fair one away up in Ohio jostl- Â¬ and J H Flancry passed through the city ed his affections rather rudely He had Sunday on their way home from Louis- Â¬ written to her with the greatest tender- Â¬ ville where they purchased from the Three ness and informed her of his great desire Forks Investment Company of BeattyviIe to mate with one who would soothe his trobulous woes wash his victuals and cook a sight for a large lumber mill his clothes Her response came while he Dr S B Cook and A Conrad Cor was booking Pineviile orders and was nelison have secured and are the only couched in the following lines dentists in Chattanooga who have a for- Â¬ Jennie had a little doll mula for local anaesthetic by use of which With eyes the kind that shut teeth can be extracted without pain And rosy cheeks like other dolls Knowing the great danger of chloroform And kid gloved hands but or ether they have secured this greatest When around its waist she felt of boons for their patrons Chattansoga And touched a little spring Times It warbled underneath its belt Rev Dr L H Blanton President of Im sawdust when I sing Pineviile Messenger Central University was in our office yes in terday He has lately returned from in DIED- Florida He and Bennett Youn going from Naples one of the extreme Mrs George Christopher died at her Southern points had Bro Barnes as com- Â¬ panion on the boat for some 20 miles home near Richmond 011 Wednesday Bro Barnes was interested in his location March 17th 1SS9 of land on the Island of Sanibel He will Miss Einerine Oldhnm djed near have 640 acres four of the family taking Red House lu Madison county Ky 160 acres each and after building on it on Wednesday March 27th 1880 aged can in six months locate by paying 125 probably 75 years per acre Kcntuckian Citizen Miss Theresa Schmidt second daugh- Â¬ ter of L O and Eliza Bcliraidt died in RELIGIOUS lliohmond Ky on Tuesday morning The Kentucky Churchman is the April 2nd 1889 after an illness of two name of a diocesan journal the publica- Â¬ weeks wllh typhoid fever aged 20 tion of which has begun at Versailles years The funeral will take place from the Catholic church at 9 oclock by Rev W G McCready It is an eight page paper devoted to tlie interests of the this mnruing thence her burial in the Episcopal church and will be ably edited Richmond cemetery It should find a place in every family of Col Rhodes Estill died at his home in Georgetown on Bitturday evening the church Itinerant Club of the Kentucky last lu the 83rd year of his age He The Conference of the M E Church will had beeti In poor health for a tiumter of yearn He was a native of Madison hold its first meeting in the Centenary M E Church Lexington April 0 to iS county but for about twenty years BUhop John Vincent had made his home in Georgetown inclusive 1889 Â¬ the founder and Chancellor of the Chau- Â¬ He was an elegant gentleman and en joyed the unbounded reopect of all who tauqua vn preside throughout the entire He sprung from the session All arrangements have been knew him earlier settlers of the State who pos Â¬ well matured for the best series of lectures ever given in Kentucky The following sessed the sterling qualities which so are a few of the names mentioned on the admirably fitted them for the duties Bishop John H Vincent of the limes whiclTtried mens souls programme many years he had been a faithful ithop John M Wahlcn Dean A A For Wright of Boston Dr Arthur Ed- Â¬ member of the Christian church Georgetown Time wards of Chicago Dr W P Thirkied The deceased was an uncle of Col of Atlanta Dr T C Carter of ChatJ W Capertou who Attended the tanooga Dr Earl Cranston and J A Bayless of Cincinnati C M Griffin and funeral service Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Fondness DGYLESViLMJ St vrril have planted tlieir gardens Whooping Ciiiikh is raging arcunJ Col- Â¬ lege Hill and here uo Mr Dave Durham iot hS mare last wcet Quite a tnir fortune Miss Maggie Lyttlv of Manchester is visiting her cousin Mas Nannie Jet t Mis Lula Hisle went fishing the oilier Saturday and caught a very Urge red lvortc very low not expected to last loot s very old Mr Alfred Thompson still continues as he Mr John Eads has sold his farm to Mr Hugh Parke and Mr Eads has booght Mr Bill Blackwcils place near Union Cit Tftere will be a corteert given at this place Saturday night by Ray aud Ed wards and there will be several more to assist them Everybody come Â¬ f Lumber Coup my weiv durtroyed hy Irre last Swminr nfeht Umi mhlnlght The actus1 losses ovvr Unftutr and nd uiUL h again if the h- - of time attd hi abiljy now to hrp up thalr ottfttroeh be taken lu to Mi cixint Messrs J L and Nat Lafon of thU dace J D Hughes of ami Edger ton and Siory of Ilith Bridge consti- Â¬ tuted the company Almost of them are wealthy there is nedgabt the es Â¬ tablishment will bf rebulit The stury told by the watchman that he was tied hy men who set fire lo the mills Is too thin for any one In believe There was no insurance and the una is a heavy one Uurrmtsl uru Democrat JkWjiie Nh-hola-- v The sw mil IjMl f ikmi J WUmmmmmmii JMJ miw Are tarolrco dotrn from overwork Many Persons household rabutVis the system aids Igestioa reeieTes ex Ccm of Wle and cstree maWria atttbesenuine Browns Iron Bitters el Not a grain of corn has been planted But Shackelford Gentry have sold overflfteen Browns Cultivutois to people who have used them They place their orders so as to he wire and get them They are stilt selling It No Cere No Â¬ Pay a pretty severe lest of any oVo lorM skill when the payment of his fee is made conditional upon hid curing his patient Yet after having fr many years observed the lliou ands is It of marvelous cures t fleeted In liver blood aud lung dieas hy Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dhcoveiy its manu- Â¬ facturers feel warranted in selling it as they fire now doing through all druggixt the world over under a cer- Â¬ tificate of psaitive guarantee that It will either benefit or cure in every case ofdweatefor which they recommend it If taken in time ami given a fair trial or money pnlil for it will Ik refunded Torpid liver or bUHou1 nes impure blood skin eruption scrofulous wires aud swelling con Â¬ sumption which is scrofula of the lutigsj all yield to his voinlerltil metl ioiur It is both tonic or nlrviiglh-re-6torin- g and alterative r blood cleansingChronic Catarrh positively cuied by Dr Sages Remedy 60 cent by Druiglsts It Nal April 2 18S0 Armstrong John II Knight Thomas 3 Brady James C Lee Henry Million Haman Co Carrington Coating Mag Phillips Katie Davi A C Richardson Nannie Davis V II Tanner Lucv Gilbert Pattie Walker Marie F Gorman Emma Walker Amanda llatten Mios Nannie Wilson D M Willi Stoding Juacbey D Ketoe Ztna YennerTomy p hours from 6 a m The Railway Mall Service at the M Foit Officeorder and registered to 7 Money letter close of the flucal yar ending June 30 hours prompt 7 a m to 0 p jr 1886 gave emploj ment to 5081 clerks J B WILLIS p r Matter was distributed un 126810 miles of railway and on 17402 miles addi tional closeJ touches were carried There were also operated 41 inland Two Five RooJx in Par Â¬ seamboat line ion which postal clerks ishs addition wllh Cottaobs plank walk from were employed The postal clerks Main street Apply to traveled lu crews 122031104 miles Geo H Myers or by railway and 1767019 miles by 37- ms aokxt S D Pakbisii steamboat They distributed 0628 772080 pieees of ordinary mail matter aud handled 10001060 registered psok ages and cases and 1108033 through regbdered pouches and inner registered SIXTY ACRES OF GOOD GRASS sacks James near Red House for rent Apply to EUGENE PARRISH in tho March Scrlbners 42- orS D PARRISH If yru want to see some Handeome Mantles call on Shackelford Gentry 9 They have just received a bill from Fisher Leaf Co for 40 Call and nee Local and travelling salesmen to sell Apply them it Lubricating Oils Oil Co for terms to lhe Dieterichs Cleveland The Northwestern Miller says Ohio Respcctfullr 42 43 The DiktkrichsOii Co More than the usual number of mill i ran last week and though most of OalTlTS those depending entirely upon water AGENTS WANTED for motive power fared poorly the work of nil put together crowded the description flour output to the highest point in orUarrels of the Uoirerea craphlo aaTcniarrof tne woaderrai taisgs la nature wtujuib Treat ex and Sea e months The aggregate produc Â¬ oa Land PubUshed renowned dlscoTeries ot est rases thr In Enttilsh and Oerman plorers SUlllnitratlOR A GXEAT BOOK TO tion of the thirteen mills running was eireolsTS asd eritTMto events FUE3 rolUUCG SZcJlAKir a Cincinnati O 9o2o0 brN averaging 16011 brl daily against 83270 brls the previous week and 100500 hrls for the corres Â¬ COFFEE MAKER A new laTeaucn lor naaing ponding time lu 1888 Some fl mr is Coffee an4 Tea better taa nj gtring from here to Duluth there 1 thine now tn use pare H of tne iC Coffee and ea be nsed with any CoCms or Tea Pot Samnle will be being 76280 brls in store there Sutur teat by mU for twenty cent In htivps Agents lTnntfrt to dav pu this 1 -- Remaining unclaimed in the a Richmond Ky week ending Post-Oflt- -1 BARGAINS Prepare WE Pleased And all from a practically limited Stock of Bright 2Tew un- Â¬ Styles For Spring s iass Grass Facts and Figures Convince all Comers tliat we offer tlie Opportunity of tlie Season s xra SPECIAL STYLES andLOWPEICES IIS GOODS OS AlaX KIBJBS Sl sSfWr if glsmraaa Â¬ 6KIr-lUus-tra- utzzzjj 25vf2i JE cjassssa tp OF ESRY Js 5 H 5k3f BESGRIPTIOlff TwtM inn G A C HUTCHISON A G WOOD Jlexie California Tho Semi Monthly Excursions of the Queen ACre eenl Route slilf continues to be a popular feature of this line These excursions are equipped with Tourist Sleeping Cars aud families going to their new homes 11ml this a comfortable route and the cot of a berth in these sleepers is but nominal they are supplied with Matresses Pil lows Blankets mid Sheets but one chauge is neewsary and that at New Orleans in the morning Tn the pleas- Â¬ Advise to brothers WE HAVE THIS WEEK OPENED A Svacr ure seeker the delights of a trip over beITr Wrswws Soothomj euttgsbonldvrsyi ussd whea children are teeth It it navathalMUeiu1teeraioac i prodaeoBataral this route in all that can be desired by quet sleep and the little cbernbawaaesas SELECT LIKE OF bright the connolseur of fcentc effect Thi- - a button O is very pleasant to Ueie It Booties allays route is through the Blue Gias Region regulatesthe fhiMsofKmithejpirai kaowa allpalu the bowels and 11 the best remedy of Koutueky over the famous High ferdfcurrbcm whether ansing from teetfeiae er other causes Twenty fire cent a bottle Drugs and Druggists Sundries Bridge spanning the Kentucky River 66 along the shore of the Emory Hiver Do Yon Wast t i VvM a Itesae Round the base of Lookout Mountain through the cotton fields of Alabama if you do call at SharkeiforU A Gen- Â¬ ALL E33H AND NEW GOODS aud Mississippi to New Orleans where trys and ore tbeir Mm ties Ae cud ask connection i made with the overland their price Theu you will bwikl express For further information ad Â¬ Mire It dress D G EDWAKDS G P T A Â¬ B J Treacy of Ashland Park this city has sold to Corrigan Waldo of Chicago lhe well known thoroughbreds Long Chance 4 by Longfellow dam Chance and the three year old chestnut oolt BKxlIer till brother to MltH Ford hy Enquirer dam Bribery by Bonnie Scotland The price mid - private but is reported to he 10000 for the two Long Chance won the St Leger at Louisville last while Boodler is yet to appear in public He was purchased the fall he was a yearllnif at public sale by lr Treey for 5100 Ixingtou Stock Farm Â¬ i- ticnLrs of tend for fait and other fast veiUac articles Forshee ft UcUaalfiCincbn3tIf0 42 21 BOOTS and SHOES US EVERY VARIETY THE fSEHf HOTEL 0 unti ats in all Shapes IN THE NEWEST BESIG NS Remember that our Stock of Calicoes Domestics Challis Sateens White Goods Laces and Embroideries is unsurpassed Come and see us and we will convince you that we have the goods you want and at the prices you like 31 4i- - t 42- - Cincinnati Hail Koad O Men who know what they want and what it Is worth know where tn gn to get it Suoh are the men who are now buildiugthe L S R R They go to Shackelford Gentrys aud get Stovts Shovels Picks Drills Mattocks Blasting Powder Dynamite c They have bought from them more than twenty Cooking Stoves since they have been in the county aud They apother gtKHls in proportion preciate men who attend to business and induce people by close prices and fair dealing to confine their trade to Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE Prompt Attention Salt Lime Cement the Celebrated Home- Â¬ stead Fertilizers in car- Â¬ ttUALITY GUARANTEED load lots just received and trade supplied at Wc respectfully solicit a share of your Lowest Prices patronage JOHN G TAYLOR 41- - Low Peices J STZEZEHSTGr 206 Main Street 7Call and see our stock A G WOOD 42 45 Drugs Medicines Paints Oils Soap Dye stufls Window Glass Tully Brushes Books Stationary Periodicals and Newspapers at Stockton Wil- Â¬ CTTrrrm FMMAfl a X 11 Ml CO Druggists This space New Hotel Building k reserved for Jack 01 home dealers A Ladj In Texas Writes VMycase Is of long standing ia filed many physieans have tried Watermelon Caulelope Muskmelon every remedy J could hear of but Squash Cytubling Pumpkin Cucum Â¬ Bradflelds Female Regulator is all ber Tomato Radish and Turnip Seed that relieved me fresh from Laudrelha at Stockton Write The BradQeld Reg Co Atlau Willis 4142 42 45 la Ga Landretha Celebrated Garden Seed Poisoned ly a Calf fresh from headquarters and warrant- Â¬ My little boy broke out with ulcers ed to be as good as any seed in the Wiland sores the lesult of the saliva from world for sale by Stockton 41 42 a culPs mouth coming in contact with lis a out liuger The ulcers were deep If you have not tried nuy of our var- Â¬ and very painful and showed no in Â¬ ious brands of flour do so at once and clination to heal I used quite a num Â¬ bo convinced that you can get as good ber of remedies with 110 benefit but flour at home and at as low prices as gofSwifls Specific aud he improved you cun anywhere else with the Hrst few doses and in a short 41- E Fokman Son time was sound and well of the puisou If you have a dress or nny other gar aud his general health much improv- Â¬ mont that needs dyeiug go to Stock ed John T Heard Auburn Ala Feb 15 I860 It ton Willis and get their Fast Color 1 Â¬ 10 Flour meal bran aud ship slutt at Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken Â¬ 13 Fokman Son has tucky liss 41 42 EDMEITDE When you buy furniture purchase and rrreemans auvenisement ai 4 ou extensive ami choice lot ef boots and shoes which is now arrivij Full particulars nest week as ot i U a h IB Bit Mi Â¬ tre OWEN LATEST DESIGNS from the large stock now in our Warerooms vot ip- McKeeTraynor Riclinioncl BZentuclcy- T GUIs Vermont McSE3 a C 73A72T05L - er- - Chamber Suits Parlor Suits Chairs Wardrobes Sideboards sees n STALLIONS HIGHLEfD PARK FOR 1389 Â¬ Energy will do almost anything Govenor MeCreary Pride ot Rich Â¬ but it can not exist if the blood Is im- Â¬ mond Old Gold wml Blupgrasa Belle pure and moves sluggishly in the veins Hour at Bonanza Roller Mills There is nothing so good for olensing 41- EForjian Son the blood and Imparting energy to the Bed room Suits as Ayors Sarsaparillu system Price Duuelson uses the best material tha c 1 Sax bottles 5 Sold by druggists the market aflords and the best work Â¬ Dining room Suits up none but the best men He puts All of which are of the Latest Homo mid Sign Fainting Paper work Buggies carriages elc- made Styles Choicest Uest Designs Hnuglng and Ceiling Decorating by to order Call on him apr4 tf Workmanship and at Prices to a 11 Ballanger Horine Orders left at Defy Competition Flear T J Tribbles will receive prompt atAt tlie Bonanza Roller Mills you tention Satisfaction guaranteed it will find such choice brands of flour as may have to guess at the dis- Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Pride of We tance to the sun and moon but Ricbrnoud and Governor MeCreary 41- E Forsian Son we htuiw without a doubt that o Ganteis Chicken Cholera Jure will WE ALSO HAVE For Rent Hpue ami 4 neres of most dread disease It is cure that ground f of a mile from Court house warranted and sold by Stockton on Lexington pike Apply to W W Willis It 41 42 C H Pigg Djts 41 42 JOHH WILKES XYlt2s dam by TTTTP 3rd dam by Oray EaRle 30 to gi and insure Extension Tables dam by U JLl JL JLItJ U 3 Black Bashaw Jr 2nd 50 to insureVoorhees lali by Abdallah sire of Itysdicks Hambletonlan rBTVTSnrTg y RyMiteks Hambletonlan dam Zidia Warrea sy AWdai Racks sure bnno Patcheu Jiud dam Alice Walker by Alexanders Edwin Forest 3rd data 30 to te Bird by Jrusader son of Sir Archy 4th dam by Old Copperbottom 41 4 GEORGE MAGBATH52JW - Â¬ B reck 131 N 106 W Main Phelp door Second National Bank 3 j Jl IR ID VT to St next A-- E E7 S 4r A DUTY TO YOURSELF people will use a common ordlnurv pfll when they can secure x valuable English one fur the same money Dr Ackers English pills are ajosttits cure for and all liver troubles tThey are small riweet easily taken and do not gripe Sold by W Q White Prescrip Â¬ tion Druggist A slight cold often prove ih lore ruiinerjif a Complaint which may be fatal Avoid the result by taking Ayera Cherry Pectoral the best rem- Â¬ edy foe coughs colds and all throat and lung diseases It It Is surprising that Stockton Willis have the very paints you want for your spring painting If you have a house or a bru a fence or a irate to paint oall on Stock Â¬ Â¬ ton Willis 41 42 Louisville Br Glover Tobacco market Tobacco Isaac Cook of Kentucky and many others All lectures are free and every PIMPLES ON THE PACE Denote an Impure state of the blood body invited and are looked upon by many with The SchweinfUrth people at Rockford suspicion Acker Blood Elixir will Illinois mean to convert the other peo Â¬ remove all impurities and leave the ple of that place whether or no A tele- Â¬ complexion smooth aud clear There There was a is nothing that will so thoroughly gram of the 19th says riot Wednesday night in the Westminster build up the constitution purify and Presbyterian church A body of the strengthen the whole system Bold and church of the Redeemed or Beckmanites guaranteed hy W G While Prescrip Â¬ who believe that the Reverend George J tion Druslst Schwalnfurth is the Christ returned to Beans In quanjity ami variety ami earth took possesion of the meeting Mrs M Kinnehan whoiamemberof the ail other Garden Seeds at Stockton 41 42 church but has recently been converted Willie Gentry are goiug to ShaeSellord build a magazine of SOO keg capacity aud will furnish their customers with Powder Dynamite and High Explo It Ives at city prices f r - m Road horses trotters and runners shod ibany manner desired I have just revived an extra lot of four year old eeclind growth timber for repairing All work guar Â¬ all tilitfc of wagous anteed bt the vrry lowest price Shop back of Broufess tlrng store Bespeutmlly the pat Sales on weekjut closed amount to 2741 hhds with receipts for the same period 1705 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to H3C54 hhds bjalt s of the crop on 8SS to date amount to 26380 Illicit The weather conditions have con- Â¬ tinued unfavorable for handling tobac- Â¬ co since our last report consequently receipts have been light and prices for all grades of Burley have been strong one new hogshead having been sold 1060 per hundred and a crop for rouud averaged over 12 cents We make a slight change in quotations The following quota Ions fairly rep resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark aud damaged tobacco 250 to 5100 Calory Trash S450 to 5700 Common Lugs not colory S4C0 to Â¬ DurreU Louisville Ware House our market fur A variety of STOVES PLOW GEARof every deoriptioB The UNIVERSAL PLOW both right andlfeft hand equal to shy ptewr made The best cultivator in the market Double Shovel Plows Ever brought to Richmond and Sewer Pipe in abundance PUMPS are prepared to attend to all Un dertaking in the best style and in anypart of tho county Choice lot of CUTLERY edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware solicit your patronage in abundance SWe satisfied that we can please yeu ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER both in goods and prices 50 23 GREENLEAF BUCHANAN Mftiu St East of First TilEUBSDlSTilEmE Â¬ AFULL MNE OF TINWARE EREGE FHEZaFS 41- - SENSIBLE LOW BewATIASeoaueJ SESSIBliK COST HOUSES 0 Tift S L5 W HOW PUBLIC SALE OF y rrr t- - jj-i-- r sjsmi 3 TL1 LOW DUIUI InCRIs IU Dllll TUCM COST HOUSKS HOW TO BUILD TUKM now tooj I His mubm visas Bmstnsoos ana easptets aesenpaea w so man onwinm iiew uemntUBLsna inrnp covnirr tat 91730 aad Shows haw 70a cm build a U800 house iiMiouif hsw to mtXa tbesi handsome conTenleat hralthr Ilcbt cooU sad airr ta wanner banders of hoiarn warn and cheaply heated la winter Tells Deseriees - EJJ whft t st du sad mru Ihea what sjat la dabttmdiar hesaea adovtea toalicKsufc AUCUITECTS StOObrEAa TJUT10KAI OCT U510J Chestnut Street PhHadelpMa Pa TOWN LOTS On Friday April 1 2 89 At 2 p M 41 14 PAY UP The Singer Manufacturing Company is building a machine with Hand Attachment and FonaWe specially I AH persons Indebted to Wallaoe fc auapieci ior invalid travelers s 10 Rice prior to January lit 1SS9 wHI cost 525 cash Any one wlilikij a pkae call at onee and settle Tfcat machlue of this type wlllplea leave falling to do si hy the 1st day of May order at the ofllce 1 First street SSr wKt Sod thetr aoooqots ia tb J F Stosk P B It la sold ojqly b ordar wt j haetfci tt ah effieer for ooHeciioii This itotlee means precireiy what itwjra 40 41 45 Sfebfy 8 L MIDKIFP offer for eale at public auction THIRTEEN LOTS In my ad Â¬ dition to the City of Itlcbmond Two of thee are- large corner lots adjoining the K C R JR 6 50 One half cash and lhe re T12RWS Oolnry Lugs Sf8a to S8fi0 BitilBiIer on January 100 without Common Leaf 300 to 8 00 -Medium to good tear SJ OU tn 51500 Intent A lien will be retained to se- Â¬ Select or wrapiiery leaf 15 00 to cure fJeferreii pftyaietit- 41 43 WM CBOW j S2Q80 If I will - lt WAM447 Bice L - - m Mgtflj frWpi M JMKMW JfcaUgjJtKJfc W- -T Bag XtiFrTvm iffiffSSftWflfff9 tn I jprfF RW8PJW rir5T OPENING Aa Operation Which A MINE Absolutely Pure rily xtrencili and wholesoroeness More evotMunir il than Hie ordinary kinds and eaunot le miUI id compel It ion with tlie mnl and litadrs of low if 1 s short weight alum cans Sold only in phosnhnte kmi Kuiii Kvkin 1iWBERto 106 tVali Street 21 30 Thfas A marvel of will only yield half this amoaat This mine can be worked hat is the ors can be raiaed and milled it a minimum cost of 13 per ton This wilt leave a net profit of say li Now the cropping show along the surface for 200 leet and are so situated that a tunnel ooaW be ran 893 leet below There is no doubt 3Crw that the ore will hold oat and after the tunnel L run there wiU be la sifiht praeUcally S500 will as you wtU tons of ore which at M readily see yield a prolt of SMO 0M AH I need is enough money 1o ran ths tun Â¬ nel lean tana haalths ore to a oustomrolll there Is one about a mile distait unJ after that the mine will pay for itself I only need ties at the outside and if you will put up this amount you may hare a half interest In Uto For run down dthihtated and overworked property vramea Dr Pieroe s Favorite Prescription is On paper this is a fine proposition tfce beat of all restorative tonics It is a potent Specific for all those Chrome Weaknesses and A sure fortune for 800 Th 3 capital-Â¬ Itweascc peculiar to Women a powerful gen Weil as uterine tonic and nervine it ist is caught and up goes his 3033 end a I vleor and strentrth to the wboJc s rstem The first thing to be done is to drivo M promptly cures weak Bess or FUHBflch nausea a tunnel into the solid rock sorm 8 feet irftncuti an bloating weak back nervous pros tnrtfcm debility and sleeplessness in either sex It is carefully compounded by an experienced square and a distance of 200 feet A pkystaao and adapted to womans deHcate double shift of men say eight are hired nmauation Purvlv vegetable and perfectly also a blacksmith to sharpen tho tools nanMees in any condition oi tne svstem avorne man to clear away the ground etc medicine is Wahrahted1 for women the onlv drug Fists This oan easily be accomplished for 50 sold by Kuar- under a ponltive or cabin has to bo A bouse antec of satisfaction in every case nas price a day but this will or cost some 900 only ueen built tSIXOf refunded This RTiaraniec printed on the botUe wrapper and faithfully Powder tools timbers lumber and earned out for many years For tantc illustrated Treatise on Diseases of provisions will make the first 1000 to Women HO pages with full directions for use a popular expression look awful home treatment send ten cents in stamps Address Worlds Dispensary Medical sick AmooatiOK ess Mam Street Buffalo N Y For the first few days tho work 25 21 progresses favorably and the capital-Â¬ powder never varies Deroan SIny Thoo lands of Dollars Working a old xnino sounds very nice but very few people are aware of the difficulties and oxpenso attending this operation Thora are plenty of men in this city who have been bitton in small mining schemes and who do not now under stand why they wera failures very common thinj for some hopeful prospector to stumbleaisrosaWcropJ pings that show free gold and that from all appearances could be worked to advantage with tho expenditure of a little money The first thing the prospector does is to thiHk up some capitalist friend whom he thinks would bo willing to invest in the enterprise He then writes a letter something after this fashion I hare oae of the faest praposltioni you over heard of I hare discwere 1 eroppinss that In Â¬ dicate the praseaoe at a ledge 8 leet wide and which I sa certain will bs faaad permanent The cropptBrs show that the ore will mill at least US per too L t us siy thea that the ore jHIIpf Iisa i THE 1 llH PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS Manufacturers of pure ground coffee will ba interested to know that there la no duty on chicory or dande lion root Texas Siflings Only poor men write books on How to Get Rich The rich men themselves will not pive tho snap Â¬ Oirijl taai Co away N O ricayunc Whilo the modern husband has much to answer for it can not be said against him that he ever goes through his wifes pocket Boston Courier If anybody wants to test the folly of gambling lot him take chances at a NEW FIRM IffEW OODS irk The Most Phenomenal Success in the Mercantile History of Richmond is the atn t iiiJ EstgtblisJaeeL st 5Prw Yegtrs And Now for Aga 1 IfcABFlELDjj iolJMRCiULfirrQRj lHonTHLY SlCKNESS Life ecar oicingcr wu isc avoitJcet UtKritiuqtfcVJcmLn iendfcr BHiMri - iqkco wunrgr uijangc of J 4irr 42 15 AJSTTEXt5 CHICKEN im B Cholera Cure of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy ihatfositrnfy tmrts 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 guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded 19 18 STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Thousands ist receives the most encouraging let ters from his mining friend After that the letters are less frequent and not near so encouraging The miners have struck a horse This is generally some rock about as easy to drill through as so much cast steel A hole sis inches deep may be drilled into the rock in about ten hours and when the giaat powdor cartridges are put into this bole they shoot out as if fiom a cannon There may be 10 feet of this sort of work there may be 50 at any rate before the dirhcultv has been over- Â¬ come some 2000 or more will have been sunk in the enterprise and tho ground scarcely scratched Of course more money will be de manded and then still more until tho capitalist becomes disgusted and quits the thing all together This is the way it generally works Difficulties are not only encountered in running a tunnel or sinking a shaft such as the caving in of ihe work rebellious rock and others too numerous to mention but it is often discovered after the tunnel has been run the de- Â¬ sired length that it should have been run in some other place To estimate the actual cost of tho opening up of a mine from the grass roots would be avery difficult matter Under the most favorable circumstances however unless a pocket or hunch of very rich ore is encountered from 60000 to 75000 may bo set down as a very close figure to put a mora prospect in paying condition As much sometimes as 300000 aro spent in opening up a mine before any money is taken out All this refers merely to those little mining propo- Â¬ sitions or flyers as they are called in which the uninitiated in the hope of becoming millionaires on a dollar investment oome ont in almost every instance at the small end of tho horn N T Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Sp ring- of - NEW GOODS AKE POURING IN KAPIDLY AND PRICES ARE BEING NAMED THAT FOR CHEAPNESS FAIRLY TAKES THE BREATH OF CUSTOMERS ODK STOKE IS ALREADY PACKED AND JAMMED FKOM FLOOR TO CEILING WITII TIIE MOST m Attractive Assortment of Seasonable Goods ever displayed in this city and every article on shelves or counters is a real gbeat big bargain are thrown out as baits and prices advanc ed on other things to make up loss of profit But while Muslins Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all staple domestics are from one to three cents lower than regular old fashioned prices the reductions on other lines are astounding NO CATCHISre JLEABERS Â¬ 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 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 wrander through the wilderness of splendid attractions and matchless val- Â¬ ues Aye display WE BOSTT ASK YOU mo how a handkerchief flirtation is Easy and simple Bob worked enough sister wilh two fools and two Town Topics handkerchiefs If the granito bowlders that make tho Falls of Niagara should ever wear away they can bo replaced by the cheeks of Niagara hackmen and be made to last forever N O Picayune Will the coming man perspire asks an exchange Not unless he is a dudo If he is an ordinary everyday citizen he will simply sweat Burling- Â¬ ton Free Press Wife What a lovely little bon Â¬ Husband net Who brought it up Wife A small boy my dear Husband Did be bring the bill O no I guees theyll send that up on Washington Pott a hand cart George writes to inquire what athletic game he had better cultivate in order to improve his appetite Try draw poker my boy Stick to it aad you will be hungry most of the time Terre Haute Express Young Doctor B is run down with You must earn a mint of business money said a friend to him one day Not at all my patients dont pny No But their heirs ought to stand something handsome Judge Freshly Betwten you and me Springley Miss Rosalie is a charming girl Im really quite gone in that O you dont quarter Springley know how that will please her She told mo the other evening that when you called she always thought you would never go Boston Post It is said that in eight cases out of ten if a man gets 50039 all of a sud- Â¬ den he will either go cracked in the head or make a laughing stock of him-Â¬ self Thats doubtless the reason why Providence keeps 30000 away from so many of us Detroit Free Press Newspaper humorist sarcastically to his best girl People may sneer and laugh at my special line of work but it brings in the dollars just the Best girl reproachfully same I hope Charley you dont include me I never think of laughing at your work N T Sun Impatient husband Where in the world have you been I want my din Â¬ Wife Excuse me John but I ner ran down to the sewing society at five and to my surprise it didnt wind up You mean it until eight Husband was wound up at five and didnt run down until eight Exchange Paterfamilias at the supper table to Mr Thomas Catch Susies beau It is said that a Spaniard can livo upon an onion and a few olives a day It seems surprising to us does it not Susies Little Brother Mr Catch I know what you live on Mr Catch Little Brother What Tommy On your aunt pa said so Yankee Blade The Governor of Alaska in his annual report to the Secretary of the Interior states that the white popula- Â¬ tion has greatly increased and he es- Â¬ timates that there are 25000 natives The total population is 49850 and of this number there are 6500 whites 1900 Creoles and 2950 Aleuts He further states that tho climate Is favor Â¬ able and the soil rich and he sees no reason why Alaska should not soon take its place as a rival of Montana and Wyoming territories We wish to announce to the public that we have just opened charity fair The experience will be a in the house nest door to the Gar Baltimore Amer- Â¬ good object lesson nett House on Second streef a ican Bob I wish you would tell fresh stock of tlve best brands of Elsio STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We CHEAP for CASH Cone and see at w mid r le cum ed ihal we lmv a first clu Reasonable Prices We shall Mini lo secure a fair of custom by square dealing v the handlitis tf desirable good- DAVID CI1ENAULT 2fl 1 o UTE0 lew 11 Aflffl -- IN IE IEW GOODS HEWPEIOES I have received a large invoice i f NEW WALL PAPERS New Window Shades heartl of before in this eity in fact a a so exceedingly cheap that they u bound to go quick at prices nanif The Grand Clearance Rale wassu cessful beyond the most sanguine ex pectations There is nothing ie printers ink wuen you do wtiat j j promise to do The public generally is invited t in spect my new stock Yours Very Truly GEO M WILLGIXG ISTBKieR DeCOKATuR 32 31 Xo 209 W Mam Â¬ and have marked same at prion ul ADRUFF Â¬ GAUDY COATS-OF-ARM- S Bob Burdette Dlscussei One of the Dear Â¬ est nights of Citizenship New Haiui are Store CLAUDE SMITH Desires I announce that opened new Hardware ASD Stove TINWAEE HOUSE AT No 26 N Second St Inquirer of Fort Hamilton I sent this inquiry to tho leading journal of New York Is it proper to make use of a derived from a female ancestor there being none in the direct line1 and received from tho editor the reply Xo you can not use a of a family whose name you do not bear Is this corrects We are surprised that Inquirer should write to a New York paper for information upon any subject except its circulation No tho answer is not correct You can use any that your royal star spangled American pride has set its he lias Fourth of July heart upon If you fancy the Queens you can and may use that just as freely and independ Â¬ ently as though you sold soap for a living If you prefer that of the Im- Â¬ perial family of Germany have it en Â¬ graved on your stationery painted on your panels and embroidered on your horse blankets and if any editor in New York tells you that you cant do it pin his scalp to the seam of your leggings If you can find no ready made to suit your fancy any good stationer will have one designed for you Cant wear any you want to indeed Thats a sweet idea to introduce in Why lots of our this free land writes coat-of-arcoat-of-arcoat-of-arcoat-of-arcoat-of-ar- This is the banner department of our mammoth business 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 c on down to Satteens and Henriettas cheap Dress Goods We sell the choicest importations of French Satteens best makeat 30c per yard Call and see them 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 We can show you Carpets of all grades and patterns from the cheapest to the fin- CARPETS CARPETS Â¬ about half of one side of the entire store being given to Shoes and the only wonder is how they can be sold so low Often either the leather or the labor represents every cent we ask Somebody has lost money on them but we cant help that and our customers get the benefit Childrens Spring Heel Shoes 60c to 85c in Kid or Goat that sell at 140 to 150 Shoes that we price at SI 00 to 8160 entirely dumbfound customers when quality is considered Genuine Hand Made Calf Boots at 275 worth 8450 Â¬ Â¬ It is simply a Great Siioe Store Itself Kb Use to Ask How market with bullion to back him can do All people want is the goods anything at low prices and we iiavs them for us to claim did not exist and subject persons visiting A keen wide awake buyer always it is Done on the ITou Armers oldHstand REPAIRING society belong 1 WUITI INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies North America Springfield - Philadelphia Massachusetts New York Germama - Connecticut - - - Hartford Niagara - - - - New York Amazon Cincinnati Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia ROCK BOTTOM KATES Office at Farmers National Bank Gall and see us before placing your insurance HUME EURNAM N B Milling property and country stores a specialty 32 M yours wear clothes that to other people cat food they havent paid for live in houses belonging to other men and in some instances subsist entirely on a female ancestor whose name they do not bear and yet we aro told that we can not wear her Come oS We can and will wear any thing we can get on And indeed every American citizen should maintain a good three ply It- - costs nothing and is within the legitimate reach of the humblest In a demo- Â¬ cratic nation it is a choice boon It will keep a man warm when his other coat in hoe tigno tribalis It will lend him dignity when his trousers are fringed at the hem It will keep last years coHar from chafing his neck To the man who wants a it will he sweet to the soul and health to the bones and would be great medi Â¬ cine to his brains if he had any Any man In this country who can afford to borrow a Sunday paper and study tho Illustrated patent medicine advertise- Â¬ ments and then goes hungry for a wishing one would perish of thirst if he fell into Lake Michigan Still thats the kind of a man usually who pines lor a and hasnt the originality xr courage to invent or steal one Bless you simple ones theres no copyright on a unless its a soap trade mark or some Â¬ thing of that sort In that case hands off But if it only belongs to soma Queen or Emperior or that sort oi person why take it and use it its people coat-of-arcoat-of-arcoat-of-arcoat-of-arcoat-of-arcoat-of-ar- It Would be the Greatest Folly to offer inducements that Â¬ 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 feel that successful competition with our goods and prices is impossible Call it audacity assurance cheek or confidence it means faith in our abiiify to please the public When we give you a 7c Calico for 5c and a 10c Gingham or Shirting for 7ic there is a silent logic in the proceeding that needs no conviction Â¬ and Fancy Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hats Clothing Underwear Trunks Ya lises Carpets Oil Cloths Mattings Curtains and many other lines of goods often made special lines of 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 farther for a splendid bargain in Staple Dont Have to G a Ste Â¬ Clothing Department ful bargains Mens Cassimere Pants for 8125 that you never saw less than 8250 A good Union Cassimere Suit for Men only 8325 you ought to see it Mens all wool Cassimere Suits 875 worth 814 An extra suit for 81150 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¬ HOUSE FOR BENT AXD GOODS FOR SALE AT COST Who steals my steals trash Us something nothing Twas mine as much as It Is hlsn Bat he who lays his thievish claws upon The trade mark of my Prime Leaf Lard Which cost me twenty dollars to design KnA two to copyright TO smart for Jt if there he any law In aU this 1 ssd BurdeUc In Brooklyn EaqU coat-of-crÂ¬ who lay out CASH for anything that people wear from sole to crown Aijd now all we can do is to extend to one and all rich and poor a most earnest and cordial invitation to visit us wo will risk all the rest To look is to buy but dont fail 1io look whether you want to buy or not Yery Bespbctfully gTALK IS CHEAP but we have endeavored to give some wholesome facts for all those The largest carpet in the world I desire to rent my store house in Richmond and sell my slock of Groce- Â¬ has been on exhibition at the Cincin ries at eost to the renter nati Exposition It contains 270 8- JOHKTAYLOR square yards T - BAMSEY OLDHAM S HOURS OF LABOR 3SjW Figures Showing That tho Struggle for jrrwyw rymb JU1HC WOTM 4 A Ilfo Is llecomlng Uasler The hours of labor as a whole have been diminished In the factory ten hours have been cuHomary in place of eleven or even twelve the usual hours of work in textile factories forty or fifty years ago having been thirteen and even fourteen In the building trades nine and ten hours have become customary in place of eleven and twelve or oven more In all the great retail shops and wholesale warehouses in which goods aro distributed the DEALER IN hour of closing is earlier and tho hour of opening is later than it used to be Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Tho optimist oan thus find on every side facts which sustain his view that Plaleit warc eta Special the general struggle for life is becom Â¬ attention given to ing easier and not harder while the Â¬ statistics of the life insurance companies prove that tho duration of life DIAMONDS is lengthening Forty or fifty years since tho daughters of the farmers of New England wtyked thirteen hours a AND OTHER PftECIOUS STONfS day in the cotton factory in order to earn 175 a year to day French Cana Â¬ dians working ten hours a day earn 300 a year yet the cost of labor is less Promptly dune and la a workmanlike manner now than ever before In a broad and general way it might be proved that Uncle Sam and his children have obÂ¬ Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver tained such power over the mechanism next doer of production and distribution during efiT Dont forget the place Ky to the Post office Kiebuaond the last twenty five years that if tho jan4 lf long hours of work required thirty years ago to produce the materials for a narrow and poor subsistence were -- now applied undortho new conditions the same hours would yield at least one third more of all theiiecessaries of KY LOUISVILLE life than they did then Edward At-Â¬ kinson in Forum The Largest and Finest Hotel in ANTIQUITY OF SUGAR the city The Frqcess or Making the Street Sab stance of Chlneso Origin to 4 Per Day The Chinese who invented almost every thing before anybody else heard According to rooms of it claim to be the original discoverTurkish and Russian Baths in ers of the process of sugar making and 32 31 it is said that sugar was used In China Hotel as long ago as three thousand yeara This is misty but the fact is well estab- Â¬ LIFE INSURANCE lished that it wa3 manufactured in AT ACTUAL COST China under the Tain dynasty two hun- Â¬ Persons desirous of obtaining life in dred years at least beforo the Christian era began India has put forward a surance at aetual cost should write f claim for priority of invention but tho clrculara lo probability is that the Hindoos loarnnrl Security M uttjai Benefit SocirxY the art of sugar making from tho Chi-233 Broadway New Yrk nese and that through them the knowl- Â¬ This eelety claims that for six years edge finally spread to the Western na- Â¬ age tions Nearohus when sent by Alex Â¬ the cost to a member ef middle been Less THAN Twblye DoixRSA ander on an exploring voyage on the Yhak for eaeU thousand dollars of ui- Indus brought back reports of honey StT- which was made by the Asiatics from surmiee cane without the help of bees At this time neither the Greeks nor the Jews HARRISON D MILLER nor the Babylonians had any knowl Â¬ J09 IRVINE STREET edge of sugar but later the art of mak Â¬ ing the artificial honey became Next Door to Port OSce known and practiced though its progÂ¬ ress and development was exceedingly slow It was prescribed as a mediotno by Galen In A d 150 and up to the seventeenth century it had bocomo nothing more than a costly Inxunr to LA be used only on special occasions i Done Promptly CARPETS Call FlffE STYLE Givehim a xjvuq as lave as me Beginning of tha eighteenth century the annual con Â¬ sumption of sugar in Great Britain had reached only 20000000 pounds where Â¬ as it is now mora than 2000000000 pounds Itefined sugar was not mada W B Grlftstead fcCo S W Cr Tu in Enriand till 1659 Th art r MalH tjtts I vb viHe Ky n Ing wad learned by a Venetian mer 1 Our Mr 1 1 Chestnut i cnani irom tne Saracens who sold tha Riciiniortl evrrv ttnniv fui r sooret to him for 100000 crawm Wiilculiou cupv ru rehi Qotd Hotmkeegmg st ies E OKI5crKAD ilCHBJiEltl ETTINQ RBPAIRIIffG GALT H0US3 Rates25o ls Furniture Repairing UPHOLSTERING Wholesale Grocery 35