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augment dr j7m rHW V POYNTZ june2f all of our en stomers and friends who may lake advantage and we In Stole offer G W EVANS M D fllWiIAN AND SURGEON GOODS FROM EVERY DEPABTMEIT trKIiE Hcoud sUe ofrlt - SURGEON AXD IAN street next to F Seeond s2i Tr xjSlsj issues okt- - A Cure Intending to make it very ATTRACTIVE AND PROFITABLE to for Nervous Debility caused by an in- Â¬ active liver and a low stato of the blood Henry Bacon Xenla Ohio For somo timo I havo been troubled with heart disease I never found any- Â¬ thing to help mo until I began using Ayers Sarsaparilla I havo only used this medicine sir months but it has re- Â¬ lieved me from my trouble and enabled mo to resumo work J P Carzanett Perry 111 DR T J TAYLOR I fiv in our stock on the CUEAP TABLE at very reduced rates iii iier in MedteiBe ami Surgery RICHMOND KY ur FICE Seoond streetover Dykes june22t 11 Hf Sire DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Silks Woolen Dress Goods Calicoes and reliable an alterative and blood jmriOer as Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr M JlaxstartLouisYillc Ky I havo been a practicing physician for over half a century and during that time I have uever found so powerful BAGGING AND TWINE Trust TVliieh 1rojiosos to Groir IUeU at the Innners- - Ilxpense Jute bagging nod iron ties are essential to the proper and economical marketing of cotton the staple orop of th South Twine is just as essential to tho proper harvesting of wheat the staplo crop of the Northwest Tho protective tariff on bagging is 54 per cent on twino it is 40 per cont By the Mills bill bagging wa placed on the free list and the duty on twine was reduced to 25 per cent When this question came before the people the coUon pantors voted to hiistain the Mills bill but the wheat farmers of the Northwest were so afraid of the Southern brigadiow 4hat thoy could not trust them even to reduce taxes and so the Mills bill failed and the farmers IMurth and South were handed ovor body and breeches ona to the twino trust and one Jo tho bagging trust A CLARKSONS CRIME Tho Sliaily Iloeoril Ayers Sarsaparilla Cottons Hosiery Underwear mEPAUED BY Dr J Av hi i if nit at Our Mhiu ntl Tales Jreek ue si Door Lhxohh Up Stairs Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs 10 C Ayer It Co Lowell Mass Price 1 ilx bottles 5 Worth 5 a bottle 43 I une22tf DR itt PHIL ROBERTS n- Veiling otrs A WEEK The - inrft wotal wrvk en to the More jut t rft dice in drug RictinHMtd Ky oh lower Malu jiily27 ly KID GLOYES ETC ETC ESPECIALLY 1VE CALL ATTENTION TO OUIt Hi ai convenient to tne Dover s any instalment system a qMerrall3 ji urJirilM til ritif rm sytttm to cs Club System 1 U0 J waICh O MsISS T SEXSMITII riiSldAN AND SURGEON M D V dab metaben a VVHI1E HALL KY hit professional services to the auj 17 tyr Large Lime 2 Wraps OF LL DESCRIPTIOHS 1 F CORNELISON RICHMOND - KENTUCKY services to the 29- - the dab far each watch before it goes out though each member only pays ii x weekyourThis is vhy we give you money than any one else more for and whv we are doisz the Ureest watch business la the world We sell only first quality goods but our prices are about what others get S secÂ¬ ond auahtrOurSlO BllverWaUh is asubstandalSdrer lmtimittun tf anr kind Stem Wind American Lever ii VYatca ctuier Hunting case or open OpenFace rst quality stiffened Cold Anencanuever w aunfwarjjvd I It tvear20fart i3 Is tally equal tsaay watch sold for br outers We End a first class SoHined Cold Case mnch more sacsractory and serviceable than anr Solid Gold Case thatcan be sold at less than double the money as cheap solid cases are invariably thin weak of low quality and worthless after short use Our 938 Watxtl contains numerous Important catented Its n j III U S witcbej in each PHI LA SSSWatchOaband ventcash from sells us cmzsssuiz Practicing Physician oflvrn his professional public DR Office- - S M WHICH ARE ALSO INCLUDED ON OUR CHEAP TABLE LETCHER junly u Main PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RH HMONI KENUfKY Street iu Smith Building Plushes lew Markets Jackets AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS nmuaV M W at timhj HW OflV Si r i ICSI BRIGHT RICHMOND KY in Smkii BmWJtg MD h Main PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Hili li ut- - and 22jtni Sjti tl H I IHI tlHis CS Mivrweii- Iff XHHHHHH fllle IttiHIKH buds km H ikt W-A-Xj- C3 ei e a -- WE ALSO HAVE AS IMMENSE STOCK OF t variety IPiLIPIEIR or Respectfully t is fully equal for accuracy appearance dura huityand service to any Watcbdther Open Tace or Hunting rasvd Watch is especially conitructed for the most exacting use and Is the best Rail Â¬ n M Uti fUtal lm - Patent Paint Dutlrrtf H7rwuchvecoBtrc4uchuiTely Sltm It makcrti first Assistant The attention of the New York grand jury has been called to the robÂ¬ bery in which Assistant Postmaster GoiMsral Clarkson was an accomplice before the fact and if it does its duty he will be called away from Washing Â¬ ton to show cause why he should not change the Posl Oaice Department for Sing Sing The proof of his guilt isconclusive Tho property stolen a3 a result of the robbery was of great value It was the mailing list of Funk Wagnalls containing the names of the subscrib- Â¬ ers to the Now York Voice As Clarkson was no doubt afraid of be- Â¬ ing shot by the wetebmau If he entered the oiilco with burglarious intent he hired two young men Charles A Durfoe and James I Jansen to commit tho theft Dudley was also iu the conspiracy and during its progress ho wrote Durfec as follows My favor Lat autumn the bagging trust reply Dear Sir YoHr as soonJust Ireceived laI ready I would nay that at robbed under the forms of law the shall be triad to have yotir services amthe mat in Southern cotton planters of about ter that Mr Clarkson and I were talking to 1000000 and thoy are preparing to you about It will necessitate you- - cooiluft here and I can arraige I th nk for yoa to repeat the game when the cotton-pickin- g bare a room to sleep In the headquarters bogins building We w 11 settle about the details is now getting when I am ready for you to come The twine In explanation of this the other l eady for ita harvest It has not only secured control of tho twine product young man employed as Clarksons but also of the raw materials from accessory says in his confession Mr an interview I which it is made This raw material showed Clarksoi and I had and lists him the circulars hemp is now taxed 23 a ton the For these I sts already furn shed Clarkson rebel brigadiers proposed to put it asked v bat price I wanted I said tJ9 He on tho free list but the plutocrats de-Â¬ sad the price was fair It the work was ef lertlve feated this proposition jjnd now no This young man a deaf mute em Â¬ lelief is possible Wagnalls naturally ployed by Funk We do not think tho trust will be felt that after robbing his benefactors nblo to put the price up to 25 cents for it would be unpleasant to remain in such an advance would lead to heavy their employ He told Clarkson that importations and as with copper de-Â¬ ho would havo to leave them Clark- Â¬ feat the purpose of the combine Still son urged him to remain in order to tho fact remains that under the protec-Â¬ gain more information and promised tion of the tariff a monopoly has been to make it 250 Promises of Gov- Â¬ established and tho Woetern farmers ernment clerkships in tho ovent of Re- Â¬ must pay the piper Ths following dis- Â¬ publican success were also raado as patch from Minneapolis Is worth re-Â¬ further inducements for the commis- Â¬ producing sion of tho theft Slowly but surelr the binding tvr ne trust Tho crime committed was a felony tghemng its coil about tiie farmrr Already As thieves employed by Clarkson and Uo effect or it is seen here in Minneapolis where most ot the nnt in stock has been Dudley were in tho employ of Funk bought up tor the trust and now lies in a Mln somo legal complications nsa oils warehouse and whre the price has Wagnalls already advanced materially An agent ot the might bo created to enable Clarkson Dakota Farmers Alliance which last year to escape if ho should be indicted but bought its twine d roc from the factories was there are no complications to obscure sent East to contract for th s years snrply lie dscovored that the whole output had been tho moral asecls of the case and bought up by the trust Further he discov morally Clarkson is guiltier than tho ered that the tw se w eh last year could be deaf mute ho paid for the commission bought for no tens a rOTr d would co t of theft and breach of trust St- - Louis twenty tire cent this year The o ly remain Irs plan left the farmers s to boycott the trust Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Hrnthcr Wana- - tj Our4300IlaU road Watch made Ooen Face or Hunting All these prices are eiiher all cash or la dubs oavu m vree je An AJaa waxtx Ctevry tnwvtmumwmm wum m Hie Keystone Watch Club fsc Co1 if 004 WALIDT ST PHILAOX PA Agents Wanted Alax Watch Insulator 100 fit r1c IIIUBEIIIU lUVBDVIIIIII ufitc tv aad this tbey seem inclined to do Minneap o is twme dealers are in the same Ox as are the farmers About two months ago a young man dressed as a front er farmer came here and bought up all the twine In the bands of the dilers It nas discovered too late that he was an agent ot the trust lut tho twine bad b en solL The local dealers are now kicking while the tw ne Ave hundred thousand bolls of it is pecked an ay If the farmers get no twine it is likely to hare a bad efleot upon the wheat crop as that can not bo harvested In a good ooLd tton without the use or twne CONTEMPORARY OPINION DR Office 4 m HOLTON and Surgeon KeKTUCKV FtnwWtck CJ pcrftrt protection urtlsft murartlnn l -- X5 SeBtbrnusllefi rrceipt rafe U jf Comrr4aX Attncg t Xj 32 5 HtReoBitbic Physician RlCMMOKD Main Street o Ohce liourc PM Special attention Riven to diseases omen and all difficult chronic cases 8o to er D M Blights to 1100 A M wnicn 2o HAVE HUNG FOR YOU WE CAN FURNISH you CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN Tho Finest Jack In The World of EgsSgKNew Goods Put on the Counter GROOKE ourbon Chief at Will make the present season at the tables of V- - J Collins three miles east of Richmond on the Union Oily turnpike where he will serve jennets Republican jackasses are still kicking at tho Hon they suppose to be dead N Y Herald When Bismarck sees Mr Phelps bang he will understand that he might shoot if drivon to do so Louis- Â¬ ville Courier Journal one out This is one result of tho defeat of the of oneOne hundred and thirty General hundred and forty of Mills bill and of the election of Mr Harrisons Indiana regiment have ap- Â¬ Harrison the strike at Fall River is plied for ofliee Chicago Mail another tho Reading failure is an- Â¬ Whitolaw Reid has achieved the other For four yean longer the peo- Â¬ ple must bear the burdens of which objects of his ambition wealth power the Mills bill proposed to relieve them social station and official preferment Â¬ But at what a fearful sacrifice of conLouisville Courier Journal science and manhood Indianapolis ANOTHER SALARY GRAB Sentinel How the Ilutocratii of the Senate Propose to Reduce the Surplus Homeopathic dress Patients treated at a distance and medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ mayJo iy Daily apllS tf DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 50 Surgery BENNETT URMSTOii RED HOUSE KY Cor Main and Second to Ibshfd Sts Richmond Ky S40 A Lirimr Colt Attorney at Attorney at CS E T BURNAM Xaaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F June 22 It nain on Firt Street J A SULLIVAN Lcara RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on Firct street same as formerly occupied by County Judge ocUJ ly Miller The Clothier AT McKEES OLD STAND Attorney atKYXaw RICHMOND Ofliee on Second POWELL Street Cor First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky June 22 tf Attorney atKY aw RICHMOND Ofliee corner MhIh and up Min nvrr Rame SPEED SMITH W S MOBERLEY Firt S OIF uEUo etreets 1 J CIIAS POWELL HATS CAPS FUBH1SH1HG GOODS TRUHKS OTHIIG VALISES Season payable when coalt is foaled Will keep jeunls on iras for 10 cenU per day In all cases the grazing must be puid when the jennet U taUen away every care will be taken hut no responsibility for accidents or ei cupes BOURBON CHIEF Is 16 hands 3 inches high without rhoef and weighs 1200 pounds making him the highest jack in the world He is coal black with mealy nose und fur bone weight Myle action and appearance has no equal Boukbon Chikf was sired by Red mondb Hercnies he by Pattersonri Buena Vista he by old Buena Vista he by Imported Mumranth Hercules dam bv imported Espar tio Bouriion Chirps 1st dam by Napoleon he by Imported Napoleon 2nd dam by Buena Vista 3rd dam by Imported Caatillian W COLLINS The Republican Senate of the United States is the seat of American luxury extravagance and ostentation It fol- Â¬ lows as a matter of course that all salary grabs should have their first oratora in the upper chamber Since tho catastrophe of 1874 when so many statesmen were retired for their per- Â¬ sonal meanness the only salary raid on the Treasury has been the hiring of a private clerk for each Senator This was accomplished in tho firjt session of the Forty ninth Congress It was abetted by the House becauso its mem-Â¬ bers expected to sOon share tho lars Â¬ 40 52 JJS Few Barber COBB 106 Shop plunder Now the Senators in the person of their poorest colleague a rich man named Piatt stand forth and ask for more money They declare that a Congressman can not live on a salary of about 5590 a yoar paid for less than six moiths labor There are a hundred millions in tho Treasury and yet a Senator on whom the people lean to be taxed must live at tho humble rate of 100 ra week He the magnate of sixty millions of people the ombassador of a State must dwell like any prosperous g ocer must carriages grooms forego horses opera boxes presidencies honorary dignities all those delights of modern lifo which are on sale to liberal Perry Belmont is Minister to Spain Ho is the first foreign Minis- Â¬ ter to be superseded It was Porry Belmont wo believe who undertook to investigate James G Blaine Bos- Â¬ ton Traveller To protest against the appoint- Â¬ ment of Frederick Dent Grant to the Austrian mission will do no good yet there are thousands of intelligent people who are curious to know when if ever in all tho course of his life Frederick Dont Grant did an honest days work Chicago News The Republicans of tho Fifty first Congress intend to eviscorate tho Treasury Thoy may make a salary grab a part of the process but if they do they will hear tho truth about it and themsolves in language that will not accommodate itself to any deli- Â¬ cacy they may feel as they fill their St Louis Republic pockets Wo can not undertake to fur- Â¬ nish a caioless an extravagant gambling or a vicious Senator Congressman with all tho money can spend in Washington To do would simply THE BLAINE CABINET The Nobodies Which Jingo Jim lias Gath- Â¬ ered Around IIlmsel The Cabinet is Biaine With the possible exceptions of John W NoMe of St Louis and the Indianapolis William Henry Harrison Whose other name is Miller it represents nothing but Blaine his greed for monev and his itch for political meddling and boss ism Besides being a Blaine Cabinet it is a Northeastern Cabinet framed to exclude the West from the consider- Â¬ ation to which it commanding posi Â¬ tion in the Union entit es it-- It will repeat in the finance of the Govern- Â¬ ment that discrimination against the West which has impoverished this sec- Â¬ tion to put into the hands of theNorth eabt the money of which Blaine is bo fond of boasting Without regard to party the peoplo of the West are properly indignant that Windom should be credited to the West which he abaadoacd to do a doubtful businM3 on the shadiest side of the back alleys of Wall s treat The fact that Blaine selected and insisted on him shows he is still the Blaine of the guano enterprise aad the Little Rock transaction Proctor of Vermont is a very Tracy tht small Blaine politician New Yorker who is made Secretary of the Navy Department a depart- Â¬ ment in which extensive jobbery is possible is another retainer of Blaines with nothing but his Blaine ism to recommend him He has a local reputation as a practitioner of law but he was appointed solely be- Â¬ cause he was entirely subservient to Blaine when the young Republicans of Brooklyn were attempting to reform Blaineism out of politics in that city Tho selection of Wanamaker for Postmaster General is in line with the Blaine policy which always has been a policy of demoralization and cor- Â¬ ruption Wanamaker bought his way He represents noth- Â¬ into the Cabinet ing but bribery and Blaine The Northeast has the departments of State tho Treasury tho Navy and the Post oflico Tho West has only tho minor departments of tho Interior of Justice and of Agriculture The South has nothing The Pacific coast nothing Tho secretaryships allowed tho West are given to mere nobodies Miller of Indiana no one ever heard of a month airo Noble was unknown in politics outside of his ward Rusk the only Western man with a reputation is a old soldier with more backbone than brains He is tha only one of the Western mon who represents any thing at alL Tho treatment of tho West has been shameful The Blaine conspiracy against this section can not bo carried out along tho lines laid down in the formation of this Cabinet without exciting a storm of protest In Republican politics tho Cabinet stands for Half Bresdism triumphant The old Grant Conkling stalwarts have received a blow intended for a coup U grace Blaire has revived the Garfield administiation at least to the extent of putting his own foot on the stalwart neck Stalwartism is not nearly as strong as it was in the East but dislike of the particular brand o Half Breodism Blaine represents is strong there and likely to grow stronger as Blaine develops his plan for political dictatorship over the enÂ¬ tire corner including New York in it It will be strange indeed if after such a Baine administration as is prom Â¬ ised there is not another upheaval in Netf York such as resulted from his former quarrel with the local Repub Â¬ lican bosses St Louis Republic well-meani- a or he so demoralize society there and the growth of luxury would bo so rapid that Congressional salaries would soon bo inadequate at 100000a year Rochester Post-Expre- ss MOORE E MAIN STREET SMITH k POWELL Fire Insurance We represent leu of the HtmiiKeat iu the Fire Insurance Companies world we represent the company that lias the largest capital the Iarge i paid up capital the largest acseie the only company that pays Itn losses without discount and does not agree iu lis policy to make jnu wail sixty days hfiera fire to get your money We write at Hie lowest rate glveu by any company then Umbrellas WTalking Canes A superb line of Cufis Collars Cravats c We have associated ourelvs togeth- Â¬ er in the Bjrheriug Busing- - am l ore located at 100 E Main Street ii Rhiii sev building next door to Roberts Wines drug store First claa work guaranteed Shav Â¬ ing 10 cents childrens huir cutx 15 cents Please give us a call Rat inaction insured SQUIRE COBB 23 MC MOORE Handkerchiefs Hosiery MARVELOUS Our companies are hacked 42000000 capital and overSISoOOOOOO assets It will lie loo lute after you are burred out Call and see us before you inr ure eNewhpre Our rates ami terms are lie best 29 2S A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Why not Insure in the Best Clothes for all kinds of men by over POWELIj Only SMITH AGENTS WAITED w Only ITS a crapnle deseripUonof orMu reU of the pfll in o tarfvawntmrAsl U0 wonaerini uiuun ah iuu f on Twi aod be unowned tUeovrne ol pre ex- EABTHSEASKY Inirenc ni - Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro Prices to meet the demands of fusion IH931 desnlns System of Memory TrnJnlna lour lianLs Learned in ens reading Mind wundcrlnR cured Errry child ami ndolt sreatly beneflttcd Oreat lniuccmoats to GJr7espondenc Classes Prxoeetns wtb opinions ot Ur Wm AIInnt I 1T7r lAill n DWCJUS 19 DISCOVERY JUiUiaUlH Itunl ntfnsiiilrthM rnitnnitfnMhf Profc A XOISSTTE 237 J7inU ATet N Y 37 40 FAEM for SALE I offer for sale prUately an excellent farm of aT9Uiasiruims trated elrrular and extra terms to agents rTluSfiS2Sri5w8fSS nr wvw rBEt O InclnnaU rOBsUEE k BcWAKIJf PSKFEGT - the times aprl8tf COFFEEMAKER sent by snail for twenty cents In stamps Acrnts lVanted to send or mil paxttcuUn of this ana otner last kiwis uxKav Forshee k UeUAto ClnclamUO Coffee and Tea better than any Â¬ thing now In use i saves Vof th Coffaa and can ce used with any OoCoe or Tea Pot Sample win te Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair roaya MYERS tf with dwelling liousu on it known ns lie Old Ton Farm 4 miles from Richmond and reached by the Rich Â¬ mond and Lancaster turnpike The farm Is well watered Thine desiring to purchasa will pleao oull on or ad- Â¬ dress Joe Bush at Riahmond S2- Mns B TAYLOR 43 21 local and rnvfltig sttlesmeu to sell 1 ubricatiiig Oils AjHly far terms to the DieterteiiB Oil Co Cleveland Ohio 42 43 WANTED Respectfully Rongli and Hressed Xiiiiiber Carpenters Work 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Main Street below The DiETKEicns On Co D H MYERS I cm prepared lo do nil binds of Carpenters work In lirst cNss style Also estimates furnished iii sliort notice H TYLER BAXTER 32- - Whitclaw Roid thinks on tho whole that if he can so arrange his business and if he can wholly re- Â¬ buyers Of course if Senators received 40 cover from his surprise and if it 000 a year this cry of to day would bo really must be done why he will go for 80000 Tho protective tariff ha to Paris as requested The affectation shown us there is no limit to human of diffidence or indifference made by greed and these same Senators are these fellows who have been yearn- Â¬ the high priests of the protective ing for place as a hart panteth for tho tariff They want this money to swell brook is an evidence of that charm- Â¬ tho social splendor of the capital ing culture now so very much affect- Â¬ Tbey dolight in the vulgar exhibitions ed by our very best people Chicago which are so faithfully reported to the Times press where men fight for first place It looks as if tho twine monop- Â¬ at the table where womens rich ap- Â¬ oly would succeed in squeezing tho parel is torn and their persons jostled farmers a good deal this year in as no hoodlum of a Western town spito of their kicking An increase would jostle a defenseless creature of from eleven cents to twenty cents Money always a god in America has or more on several million pounds become a jealous and terrible god at ought to satisfy the greed of an or- Washington Those Senators stand- Â¬ ainury trust ui course none oi me i ing before their idol like opera chor farmers voted in favor of the tariff isturs belore the shining Phthah in that protects the monopoly with its Alda want the people to boar the high rata on tho imported sisal which expense of a heathenish offering is the larger constituent of the twine Whether or not tho tax payers will But trusts aro mostly orivate affairs bo as choleric as in 1874 remains to bo St Paul Globe seen Tho Senatorial speeches of tho other day were feelers If there shall Waler Curtains for Theaters be no exhibition of public anger wo And now comes another idea for a may count on early action in the Fifty first Congress Put these sniv firo proof curtain for theaters this eling old mon in their best light and time from Sweden It is interesting as being suited for old theaters whose rot their greed is unconscionable construction will not sustain tho Thoy are money makors by profession weight of iron curtains The chief of Thoy havo like the Duko of Graf- Â¬ tho fire brigade in the city of Malmo Their Herr O Berggron has constructed a ton done good by stealth thrift is on record Chicago Herald fire proof curtain for a theater which It con- Â¬ ho calls a water curtain Spring Jledicine sists of two sheets of canvas steeped of a spring medicine The nece--sit- y In a fire proof compound joined to Â¬ is almost universally admitted And gether at the bottom and sides in such the superiority of Hoods Sarsaparilla a mannor as to leave a fair space be Â¬ for this purpose becomes more and tween with water mains running to more widely known every year That the top and when fire breaks out and power to purIfy the blood and tlue tho water being turned on tho inter Â¬ eletnHufa of strength and health whloh vening space becomes filled with the cystem craves and lo which it is water forming a solid wall of water so susceptible at this season are po- Â¬ between the audience and the scene sseted by this peculiar medicine In a Lately experiments were carried out plm with the curtain in an improvised preeminent degree Scrofula structure in Malmo in the presence of pler bulls or auy humor tjilliounes town architects and dyspepsia eick headache catarrh the officials of the when a pile of faggot wo6d or any disease or afleo- - others rheumatism was heaped up against tho ourtain and tioc3 causeii ur promoted by impure set fire to but tho flamc3 made no im- Â¬ blonder low state of the system are pression on it oven whon petroleum curod bi Hoods Sarsaparilla Try the was poured upon tho fire Albany N 43 47 peculiar medlclue Y Argus atton net laid ea Use wealth er Jfr-CHILDRENS APPETITES come of the tax payer but ea his lome Sound Advice on a Matter of Xore necessities Than Ordinary Importance These are in the ratio of the ntraber dafetily While setae ehiMrM of persons he must provide fer It aad seem to kaow wtvea they fcsvve compels the man with a large family eaotrgh there are others who east to pay more than the mas with a small ravenously at the table aad seem to be family If the living of the latter eatisg all tbe timo between taate costs 350 a It takes 60 from his This I think is aa unnatural state trf income and transfers the greater part things Aaimals in their youthful of it to the unearned gains of the pro- - days are iaelined to over eat but m tected monopolist If the living of t animal worth raising is earefully the former costs 703 a year it takes guarded so that it doet not over eat 100 from his income aad gives most Should not these ehiWreti be as eMr of it to the protected monopolist If fully watehed as animals It is toe each of these toilers earns 700 a year often a habit acquired by food haing one of them has 350 left if he has the easy of aeeess or over indulgent pa Â¬ faculty of saving it while the other is rents who as soon as a child frete 100 behind As the average earn- - give it something to eat to pacify it lngs of the wage workers of this until frotu an over loaded sloauteh it country amount to only 350 a year is fretful and erose and the awre it there are a great many of them be- Â¬ eats the Bsore uncomfortable it be- hindreduced to the condition of tramps or the state of semi pauperism I eoukl not help eoatarast the asau that depends in part on public charity of a very rich lady with her three This is not speculation it is a con- Â¬ boys with that of othoca I have soon dition of labor that protectionism has stBee Tbey have a very cotniortaWe produced and is continually pro- Â¬ ducing It is steadily increasing breakfast at seven oeloek ia the the distance between Dives and Laza- Â¬ morning luneh at twelve which rus It is creating and perpetuating usually consisted of potatoes rice In this land of alleged liberty a cold sliced meat milk bread aad but Â¬ money bag nobility the most detest- Â¬ ter at five oclock a plate piled high able of all forms of aristocracy and with sUeed bread and butter and three a vast social substratum of pauperism glasses of water were earried to the nursery and they were allowed to eat and serfdom This is its natural its inevitable all they wanted of it at half past ft ve fruit Every intelligent man who has the two youngest aged five aad seven studiously observed its operation dur- were put to bed the oldest nine years ing the last quarter ot a century old was allowed to be up till seven The family dinner was at six aad if knows that this is true knows that the greatest curse the most deadly the dessert was a light pudding fruit enemy the most implacable destroyer aad nuts occasionally tbe boys were of tho man who gets his living by his allowed to come down to deooert hut own toil is this greatest invention of retired as sooa as it was over Do you never allow them a the devil protectionism When will the toiler learn this between meals I aaked tbe one day supremo truth Chicago Gobe Oh yes there are some cruets ef INIQUITOUS TARIFF LAWS bread on a shelf by the nursery deer President Harrison Defense of High that they can have whenever they are Protection and Plutocracy hungry Tho only reason says President What those hard things I ached Harrison why manufactures and min Â¬ in amazement for I thought they were ing developed more rapidly in New some crusts that had lain there a England and Pennsylvania than in the time and beoa forgotten South was slavery Yes she replied if they are This is tho remark of a very super- Â¬ hungry they will sit down aad gnaw ficial observer Why did not slavery away at a crust aad enjoy it and it is continue to oxist in the Northern good for their teeth Simply because it was not States I saw them many times get one el profitable The agricultural resources those crusts and gnaw at it as if it of New England did not compare to were candy and I thought bow may those of tho West and South hence mothers would give their children a profitable employment for slave labor great piece of pie cake or bread could not be found and tbe slaves butter thick with jam jelly or were sold South lasses The crusts did not take away Then the tariff was established a tbe appetite for the next meal while system by which the Western and such a large lunch as the other would Southern States chiefly devoted to answer for a meal farming and from natural causes Depend upon it that children rate oil were taxed to build up the mills of on some system of self denial are mueh New England and the mines of Pens happier much better in disposition sylvania and health than those allowed to grat Â¬ Thns established under the false ify every appetite plea of protection to infant industries Take notice for yourself some time the modern plutocracy has grown when you are traveling and you will dec- Â¬ more insatiable with each passing soon notice the difference between the ade and it successfully resists every children who eat from the time they attempt to curtail its enormous privi- Â¬ get on the ears to tbe time they get off leges and those who eat nothing upon the As far 03 the West and South are jouraey only at regular meal time concerned the tariff gives them bo Children Reed good plain mod protection from New England and plenty of fruit but all kinds of rick Pennsylvania Alabama iron meets pastry gravy and kniek knaeks of Pennsylvania iros in the Louisville every kiad they are mueh better with Â¬ market The mills of Augusta meet out the products of the mills of Lowell ia The food we eat is largely rononti Memphis in St Louis in Chicago ble for the diseases with which so If many are troubled aad also for the with no protection whatever there is any virtue in protection it disposition so the plainer it is the should be applied bow between the freer we shall be from the many Ills to States if ever the infants of New En- Â¬ which mortal flesh is heir LmtHta gland needed p otection from compe- Â¬ Bine Cememteit tition with Od England our mills aad factories need protection from compe Â¬ EUROPEAN FOCK LORE tition with the long established mills WANAMAKERS PURCHASE Wandering- Seuls MaiqnerrtHag In Hie and factories of the East This is the Gnlse or Ked Mfee nody Roody Se- Â¬ How tho Philadelphia test which demonstrates the insincerity cured a Held on Harrison It is more frequently the guise of a John Wanamakers claim upon the of the advocates of the tariff Â¬ The question in this sense may not mouse that the wandering soul de Administration appears tj be that he Â¬ be sectional but it is worse than sec- Â¬ lights to masquerade in though ac took an active part in raising prob Â¬ cording to Grimm it is the devils ably the largest corruption fund ever tional for it is contrary to the spirit of brides out of whose mouths the soul known in American politics The liberty The battle now waging against runs in tbe shape of a red mouoe sum of money to raised has been vari- Â¬ tho policy of restriction is a battle of Thus we are toM that ia rhuringia a ously estimated but most people place freedom and servant girl fell asleep while her com Â¬ Freedoms battle onee b gan the figure at 4000J0 Mr Wana- Â¬ panions were shelling nuts when they Bequeathed from Meed g sire to sea maker was especially well fitted for Though buSIed oft is ever wen observed a little red mouse creep out the business of soliciting this money The tariff builds up classes and class of her parted lips and run out of tho for he was a man of previously good distinctions it taxes the poor for the window One of those present character Ho was a merchant with benefit of the rich it makes the rich shook tbe sleeper but not extensive business connections he had more arrocrant m re domineering ing in waking her moved her to t figured largely in Sunday school and more dangerous It degrade the poor place- - Presently the mouse ran back to otlter religious work and his public destroys hope in their hearts stifles the former place aad dashed about spirit was wii known Having raised all their aspirations and it establishes seeking the girl but not finding her the money Mr Wanamaker turned it a false wage system that is little bet- Â¬ it vanished when the girl inetaatty over to Matthew S Quay a politician ter than slavery died A miller cutting ire wood ia whoso reputation for questionable Down with the war tariff Louis- Â¬ the Black Forest fell asleep over his practices was as well known to Mr ville Courier Journal work when his man saw a mo me Wanamaker as it was to anybody else creep out of his mouth aad run away A Profitable Night When tho money was placed in Quays every one searched for the animal hut hands Wanamakers responsibility A young man who lives in Garden could not find it and tbe miller never is not at all likely that the City Kas has a claim in an adjoining awoke In Bohemia it was considered ended It Philadelphia merchant knows exactly county and pays weekly visits to it dangerous to go to sleep while thirsty where that money went Yet he must On one of theso visits he was awak- Â¬ as the soul was sure to wander abroad know in a general way the use that ened by a commotion around the house in search of water Baring Gould tells was made of it The building began to movo slowly the story of three laborers having loot Matthew S Quay buys votes when ho and suspecting what was up ho lay their way in the woods and He needed them last fall needs them still until tho peep o day when the parched with thirst seeking and there is no more question that the movers hod proceeded several miles vain for water At last one ia of 400000 which Wanamaker turned with him and his house Unlocking them lay down and fell asleep while ovor to him was used in the corrup door he stepped out and bade tho the others continued their search until tion of voters than there is that Mr the marauders good morning Of course they found a spring After drinking ivanamaicer nas received a rich re the situation was an embarrassing one they returned to their comrade when ward in official honor for the part to tho houso stoalen They offered they saw a little white mouse run out which ho piayed in that dubious trans 100 in cash and to replace the house ot his mouth go to the spring drink action on its foundation if tho owner would and then return to the sleeper Ia Men have been rewarded before this The offer to make no tbe for party labor and for personal loy- - agreeaccepted andarrestsjclalm holder German superstitionforms souls of the the of mice aad was auy it is prooaoie nowever mat went back to town with his 100 cash dead assume the when the head of a house dies H is this is tho first time that a man not thinking it was a pretty profitable said that even the mice of the house previously figuring in politics at all abandon it and that in general every has been given a high station for such night after all apparition of mice is considered a service ns that which was performed funeral presage the funeral of St Changing His Direction by Mr Wanamaker It has been said Gertrude represented surrounded by that Jay Gould bought Stanley Mat Hello Rambo said Baldwin greet Â¬ mice being thus aoeountoa Jsr M A thows appointmont to tho Supreme ing his friend on a railway train Oakes in Fepular Souhc MntMy Bench by the contribution which he which way aro you traveling made to the campaign fund in 1880 G going home Baldwin replied Marriage Mr Wanamaker bought his Cabinet Rambo somewhat thickly position in much tJe same way Chi Well youve boarded the wrong Is but the Btepping stone to these cago Herald train You aro going exactly the op- Â¬ divine Institutions tbe family aad the posite direction from your home home whloh eonstitHle tbe very feuu THE WORKERS BLIGHT exclaimed Rambo Thassho I datlH on which imr natron reels Protectionism tho Most Implacable guessb I on fixsh that Caduetrt Im anl upit the health and Mrwch of atreyer of the Irodueer hie goln wrong way Come ere n tbe wife and mother dVpende the There is no subjeetof public thought thish b blamed seat over Chi Â¬ suushine and enjoyment of tbe home in this country nor In this world turn Tribune cago and the prosperity of tbe family Â¬ that touches so directly and intimate ii Enough Thousands of wive and thousands of ly the interest we fare happiness of None Small single ladles drag out a weary exist the man who gots his living by labor Amateur Aotrass rd like to pur- Â¬ ence In consequence of perplexing as the subject called protectionism a chase a scrap book sir Ive deoided tariff for tribute in total rgneranee female dHorders It is the most serious the most vital to paste up all the flattering notices I of the fact that Dr Pierces Favorite question of the working mans ex got Prescription is a positive cure for tbe Doaler Im sorry miss but if thats innsteomplIeHted and obstinate eases istence for it involvos the problem of what you want it for Im afraid those his living at alt Ieueorrhea proteasus weak baek It is a system that has persistently weve got are all too larc Detroit of aHlevefstea retroÂ¬ female weakness rodtteed and is reducing with an en- Â¬ Free Press sensations bearing down version ergy merciless and Irresistible the A Scotch lassie objected to her oUroniccongestroo InflamHrattea ui share of the wealth produced by hia Â¬ toil whloh he may call his own The lovers smoking and said to him ceralretrami kindred ailments Guar Choose between your cigar and tae anteed to give salisfeeiloB or money method of this reduction is the dis- Â¬ tinguishing character which recom- Â¬ He promptly chose the weed aad tho refunded AH druggists mends the system to its advocates It I girl sued him for bresujix of promfee Dr Pierces Pellets cleatwe and reg- Â¬ is ita nature that can no more bo Tho court held that by offering the al ulate the stomach boa eta and sgtHetu changed than the laws of God can be ternative she was responsible for tha generally One a dose purely vegeÂ¬ broken engagement changed to make the rich icher and table the poor poorer It is a plaa of tax- - et Ju nr leg Ae lie il xv ae dl at 18 3T at n- - irs til id OU 41 of aa aa sit d re rot p- er-- he Jeers n mo- - and 5 Â¬ ft dtsi tfSfiffffflBSfSff1 i i THE CLIMAX FCB06MR8 EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Glizax Pmhtixg - Co Editor Stanley has been heard from His letter raoiling his journey to equatorial Africa reads like the finest fiction Buy t has always been said that truth is stranger than fiction again KENTUCKYS TAXA15LE WEALTH FRENCH TIPTON -APRIL if SM 1MMCB PBR YEAR io 150 18S9 WEDXKSDAY hkaMo and St Louts elected Democratic Majors The extra coariow of the fifly itrst Senate adjoarnod on Tuesday of laat week 1iie 1ieadent bs appointed orttelia Yaucott to be postmas ter of New York The Chicago St Louis and Cincinnati city eieetkms went Demo cratic with a whoop la Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The State Hoard of EnUHllztttion has completed its labors hihI made public the results According to its figures the total value of tttxnhle property In the State is 501246228 nil increase over last year of neatly 6000000 Kenton county t hows the largest in- Â¬ crease over the 1SSS assessment being credited with SiM796t mo re tliW year than lafrt JeftVrsnn county has 98 7S67i8 worth if taxatde property an imirease over the previuui year of 4WM2 Tite tuenly eight mnuntuin eouHties of the State sitow an equalized aggregate valuation it t 3445686S an increase f JtoS 193 But three coun Â¬ ties in the Stale Martin Perry auii 1nhv ki t how a deciease in aestneiit eomparetl with 16SS Courier Journal INjt plus States have 400000000 bushels The proportion merchantable average i82 per cenUwhioli Is less than In 1SS4 There was ayoang man named Hector 18S6 and 1837 The average prico is He asked ayoaagglrl to proteet her less than in December when it was 3 1 For life was the ory cents per buthel for the United stutes Ana site haid he might try nnd 27 for the Slates producing com If heM promise heU uever neglect her merciul supplies The March average were married In April at GIim tcr Thej for merchantable corn is 339 cents per He was klml ami often caressed her Til one day by obanoe bushel for unmerchantable 228 cents She spilled oil on Ms pants per bushel The general average of But the row Uieyhad was Mippresscd sir the seven States Ohio Indiana Illinois Iu the summer they went to Alaska Iowa Missouri Kansas and Nebraska No woman there ever surpassed her is 256 cents per bushef The propor- Â¬ Dot his folks as so coarse tion of tlie wheat crop on hand March Blie procured n divorce Aud etoped with a Kreuoh danoluc maxter 1st Is lees than in any year since 18S0 A CHAPTER FROM WM For the CmtixJ LIFE 110WS THIS We oiler One Hundred Dollars ReFOR JAILKK n ward for any case of Caturih that JOHN F WAOEUS Is a cnmlldstefor Jailer not be cured by taking HUls ot MmllMin county Mibject to the action of the Democratic party Â¬ SADDLES HARNESS The old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of I CENTENNIAL OF WASHINQTOVS URATION INAUG siipreme Court Justice Jen The State election in Michigan t week show no change C II I rant Republican was elected The Clijiax1 THE ntCTE 01 THE R X I It TO IRVINE t B FItOM In April Â¬ 1S7 the Louisville Xa-li-vH- ie road sent tite best engineer tiiej Frank Wolfords lioase at eoiiM get to look over ami Miuvey a ohimbia was burned on Thursday This is the second time the roote or the Three Forks r nul from RiehRHHHl to Beattj viile oKl hero has suffered such a loss This engiiteering owh untier I lie direct Mm hihI f apervMou cfMr Ciay The LegLilaliire of Tennessee has enacted a law that will disfranchise browk examined every possible rmfe many voters in that State as it on which tlie ritatl might be construct and iu his lepwt to tlie contains an educational qualifica- ed Nashville Co he Uaed Iouisville this Ian tion gtwge The country between Richmond Cleveland turned the rascals a to Ihe number of 171 from and Irvioe is intersected and badly cut March 4th to April 2nd Harri- up by various streams carrying their son is record is 371 for the same waters to the Kentucky river all nf which Drowning Creek is the most time difiicoit of ajtpniaeli In deciding upui savannah had a seven hundred tlte route mi wltieii I ran the survey and fifty thousand dollar fire Sat I was rhtoiMiHy iuilencetl by the in lay night embracing business erosing over Drowning Creek and us liiuses and residences Insurance by the faet that this route commands tite wlHde country and gives a better half a million dollars Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K Anthonv brother of was defeated by a Democrat for Mayor of Leavenworth but Mrs Minnie Morgan was elected Maror of Cottonwood 1 Sii an Â¬ Â¬ Two Republicans Mosby for Mayor and Gen Xoyes for Judge 01 the Supreme Court were elected in Cincinnati Monday The other fiicere were about equally divided Â¬ MJMMIRAkiX KANSAS Tue Cuxax is in receipt of a onunanieation from Topeka which among other things says -- AH the large towns in Kansas have gone Democratic Independ ent is the word used ior Democracy Missionaries doing good Work Rejoice with us Â¬ Â¬ IKtitXIA MAS 14 INCHES OF SNOW The Old Dominion was visited by a frightful snow storm on SunÂ¬ eighteen inches higher than ever lii lore known and the Pensacola under orders for Samoa ft ts sunk While this most uniaxial snow storm was raging in the uuuy South destructive grass lires were rasing in Dakota The V S Navy is now nearly a mere memory man-of-war day night At Richmond Chariot tsville and other places the mow fell to a depth of fourteen inches At Norfolk the tide rose Â¬ Â¬ tjLAY is WANAMAKER lost master General Wariamaker is trying to secure the appoint ment of John Field to the post in Mership of Philadelphia while Boss Quay is pulling for Bill Xeeds a ward worker Quay claims that Field is a mugwump and boiler and his appointment would d integrate the party in Pennsyl--vmi- a Quay and Wanamaker have broken beyond repair Wan amakers friends think he will retire from the Cabinet if the Preei lent does not approve his action in selecting Field The President i 1eus attentively nods frequently and says nothing Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ A V If these three corps of engineers after The Lexington says TIk fol a seeming faithful ami laborous cflert I in iwitsreetiiiK svtoRrapti letter of to do their duty well did not find out icrg W tiigtHi is now published and report the cheapest and best way loineSnttirae It has peculiar local to Irvine then they were unfitted for juereat to oar peopk fntm the fact that their task or were unduly influenced and unfaithful to their employer No our pufwlttr nod bwutiful Mm Will Sayre is a ith ect leetHl one has ever made such a charge against them and the work of oaoli jiut of Mrs Lewk nee Betly WnbhitiK tuu Ue favorite sister irf The Father stands ami shows for itself In the light of the foreguiug facls of Hta Country She married Col there I iehiiog Lwie and their mhi Howell it would seem that should would not he tnuch trouble and not be much ii the ibubjet of Waeitiiigtoutj letter expense In locating the road from Rich Â¬ His daughter Betty Washington Lew-i- married Col Joseph Lovell and mond to Irvine The route adopted as above staled their son Howell Lewis Levell was will secure to the road when completthe father of Mrs Sayre Philadelphia April 2S 172 ed as much traffic and freight and more too than any other route Tim2fu Dear Sutar ber sand iron day the best of stone If your MMi Howell is UvlBg with lime roek iu abundance and coat with2 ou and Hot useftrily employed in your in a short distauee are 011 this route mi xtitiks aad frhoukl incline to The only trouble ubsut this line is a tew moBtba with me as a that it does not pass through Waco writer in aty omoe if he is fit for it I which is to be regretted the good will allow him at the rate of three people of that hopeful little town have hundred dollars a year provided he is always and atall times been the stead Â¬ liigent ia dwebargiBg the duties of it fast friends of the enterprise and if the frnn breakfast UBtil dinner Holidays location of this great through road was excepted to be constructed by sentlmtnt then it Tina hmh wHI be punctually paid would be hard to bore Waco out aad Linj and I am particular iu declaring Speedwell also but over the road will lf forebaod what I require and what Iiass the heaviest freight Iron lumber he may expeot that there may be no coal and lho read must be of easy dieappotatfaeut or lake expectations grade and without any high or loug oa either 4de He will live in the tresseling family in the mme manner in whioh Tlie surveys made as above stated Ins brother Robert did If the ofler is were governed by Umj consideration sm ptaUe he must hoM himself in of cost grades and tresseling and they to eome oh immediately readme adojrfed this route because it could be upon my giving him ootice constructed cheaper than any other I take it ior granted that he writes and with easier grades and Ies tresshig a fair aad legible band otberwtee he and this way will command the whole would not answer my puref as H is county and will be near to Waco and reeaniiag letters ami iitber pajxrw not far from Speed well ucoorumodaUng that I want him That I may be able both to judge of his fitness let him ac These faots are submitted for the knowledge the receipt of this letter consideration of the construction com Â¬ with his own HhimJ and nay whether pany and with tlie belie that this Hue he wilt accent tbeoflet ltere made him will be upproved by the peesent corps r not If he doe and I find him of engineers B ualrfied from the specimen he fiuds It k a Curieaa Fart in his leUar I wiH immediately desire hi at to some wu wlileh he must do That the body is now mere susceptible vi it boot a momentH delay or I t liull to benefit from medicine than at anv be obliged to provide another Instead other season Hence the ImDortaiiee DthitH of taklag Hoods Sarsaparifia It the Mrs Washington unites with me in weapon with which to defend ones best wishes and love for you and yours self drive the desperate enemy from and I ara my dear sister the field and restore peuce aud bodily health for many years Try tins pe Yur most aflectlenale brother G WASiiotOTei caltar medicine H VPUKUSMEH LETTEK OF HBORGE AASHtXCTIN T HIS FA WRITE SISTER 3IRS LEWIS I of the iiuatiou than any He further other pointed out to me says in this report that he could get through on the route adopted by him witlMMit an excessive cost of construc- Â¬ tion ami with better grades than any other line would present The routfl adopted by Mr Claybronk mas through the land of H B Dillingham near Richmond then on the land of C K Doty crossing the Irvine pike on the land now owned by N B Terrili and then on the land of Anderson Chenault ami thence to Otter Creek up Otter Creek to Kavanaugh branch and thence to Hickory Lieu and up Hiekury Lick to Frogtowu and from Frogtowu down Ihe Oldham branch to Drowning Creek at Little Rock The Louisville Nashville approved the survey and it would f urprise many people to know how cheaply the road could be built over this route Four years from the time this survey was made the Kentucky Central road opened and contracted to build the Three Forks railroad Mr Linn tlie engineer of the Cbesbpeake Ohio road put his corps under the charge of Mr Wilton to examine the country from Richmond to Irvine and survey and report the best and cheapest route for the road Mr Wilson was a most vigorous active careful observant man and hedhl his unrk faithfully and well and his report adopted almost the same line made by the Louisville Nashville Company Hi report shons that this route could be easily made was the cheapest way and that the eros 4ng at Little Rock was the only crossing of Drowning Creek that could be found uule3 the Company was willing ami able to pay au eniH iuuus amount for a bridge or treeling at tome other jtoint If these surveys made by these two great roads and by the best engineers they could get were weiiand IxHte lly ly made then the route adopted by tltetn both will certainly commend itself to our Construction Company Another survey has also been made to find the best and cheapest route to Irvioe and this was made by the Three Forks Railway Company a company that Itas certainly bltown hope energy and pioek The same route was Delected by Hih eoqs whicii made this survey These surveys were skillfully made and for but one purpose and without any con sideration by those doing the work and tite same line was adopted by each of appreetfitiiHi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ appointed by Gov Buckner to represent the Slate of Kentucky at the Centennial of Washingtons Inauguration as tlie first President of the Uniled Slates met upon the call of the Governor in Louisville and perfected a permanent organization Hon William Lindsay of Frankfort was made Chairman of the Commission and Mr Wilbur F Browder of Rucsellville was chosen as permanent Secretary Gov Buck- Â¬ ner and the following Commissioners were present Mayor Al 8 Berry ot Newport Mayor Clias Rend of PuliKjah Hon Henry D Mcllcnry of Hartford Gen T T Garrard of Clay county Judge William Lindsay of Frankfort Maj W H Thomas ami Cl John II Ward of Louisville and Mr Wilbur F Browder of Rus sell ville w ho also represented OI A W Hamilton by proxy The object of the communication was to open up a direct communication with the New York Central Committee as au organized body representing the Blue grass 8tBte It was stated that oue very prominent feature of the grand national celebration will be the gathering of military companies from all over the country There is 110 appropriation for a representation of Ken Â¬ tucky s militia but Col Berry and the other Commissioners will attempt to raise a fund Ly subscribtiou sufficient to send three or four companies from this State The Commissioners passed a resolution agreeing to go to New York iu a body aud will leave Louis- Â¬ ville at 421 oclock M April 6th arriving there at 7 P ji the next day Hon Henry D McIIenry and Mayor Berry were appointed a committee to look after railroad arrangements It is uuderstoiMl that they will have their headquarters at the Hotel Biunswick Gov Buckner has secured quarters for himself and staff at the Filth Av- Â¬ enue Hotel A great deal of iuterest was manifested In the approaching celebration it was determined by the gentlemen present to make the pres- Â¬ ence of Kentucky felt In such a way as to reflect credit upon the State The military representatives will be under the personal superintendence of Col John B Castlemun which i a sufficient guarantee of its success Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Commissioners Props CHENEY Toledo Ohio We the underslgtied have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all bushier transactions and finaucifUly able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Toledo Ohio Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole except in 1882 and 1887 thougli nearly the same in the latter year The sale Druggist Tdedo O E H Van Hceseu Cashier Tokdo actual quantity on hand U less than In any recent year except 1882 and 1886 National Bank Toledo O It is estimated nt about 112000000 Halls Catarrh Cork is taken in- Â¬ ternally acting directly upon the blood measured bitihel and mucus surfaces of he system There is a mare iu England named Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Polly owned by n Mr McDonald who Druggists 42 15 inula from Dublin and who soys Polly was bred in Ireland Iu as much as A CHILD KILLED this mare has beaten Joe B 217J Another child killed by the use of Valkyr 219 and Misty Morning opiates given in the form of Soothing 221 suspioion h very strong that she syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ is a ringer sent over from tills country dren such a deadly poison is surprising Polly has been n big winner on the when they can relieve the child nf its Contineut and her speed and racing peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby qualities stump herns a trained trotter Soother It contains no Opium or She is described as a dark bay with Morphine Sold by W G White two while aukles behind The princi Prescription Druggist pal rival of the American trotting horse Donelsnu will make you ns good a in Europe is wid to be the Orlift strain or trotters that are found Iu Ruiu A buggy or carriage as can be bought apr4 tf writer in speaking of them says tliHt any where iu America they -- eem to be born with the trotting The Kentucky Steam Laundry nt instinct and attain a considerable rate Lexington does first class work Bright of speed without the toe weights boots agent 40 43 and other artificial appliances employ Â¬ I11 long distance ed in tills country First class work done by the Ken- Â¬ races they have proven themselves to tucky Steam Laundry Call at Brlchls he game but iu very few instances and see for yourself 40 43 have they been able to defeat the rOITTHK BLOOD KjfcV American trotters on even terms Ba- Â¬ EjSF Weakness itltr Indigestion nnl Uilloustvess take ron Paul Tcherkasan of Kunzan mtowN s jvrv nrTTnns writes to Mr O E Walker that while It cores quickly hir -- tie by ell dealers la medicine Get the g uo lie believes there is uot a single Amer Â¬ ican trotter In his country a friend Persons wishing to Improve their contemplates iutroduoiug them for memories or strengthen their power of stud purpoes aud it is only a quesliou attention should send to Prof Loisette of time when the American will offer 237 Fifth Avenue N Y for his Pros Â¬ to the Orlifl in his native land battle pectus Post frecis advertised in an Lexington Stock Farm 37 40 other Column CO Â¬ Â¬ Catarrh Curb FJ Jailer of Madison county suiJed to the tion ot the Democratic party JAMBS C LACKEY Is n candidate ac- Â¬ 3 for SAMUEL BIQUERSTAFF w n candidal the for Jullerof Madison county subject to 3- sftkm ot tho Democratic party THOMA8 8 FEItUELL Is a onndldnte tor Jailer of Madlsou county subject to the ac- Â¬ tion ot the Democratic party JOHN HILL Is a candidate for Jailer of Medlson county Mibjectto the action or the Democratic party A J DRDADDUS lsn enmlldate for Jailer of Madison county Milijecl to Hie action -of 31the Democratic party GEOnuEW MAUMN H a candidate for Jailer of Madison county HUbJect to llio action of tlie Democratic party 1I- G No W- - FICKKIaSjr 26 Second Garnett House stock of Street has a complete next to Wtf HAVE tfOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Scrapers Boots Curry Combs FOIt ASSESSOR Oils anf candidate for Toe Weights Soaps A J WILLOUGHBY Is a Ahevor or Mnillbon county mibjeet to tlie everything else needed by persons action of the Democratic party W I u A IIVRV la a rainillilatn for Assessor who handle horses of 3- Saddles Harness IMdTesv SPKffiGSSUMMER GOODS EV13R KlfcOTIGHEET TO TJEUjS of Modlton comity hubject to the action 12the Democratic party C R TODOR la n candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the notion of 13-Ihe Democratic party JOELT EUnilYisAConrtldate for Assessor of Madison county subject to tlie action -ot Hthe Democratic parly COSWAY DOZIER Is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to 37-the aetion of the Democratic party D C KICK Is h candidate for Assessor or Madlsou county subjeot to tlie action of the 3b- Democratic party Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but tho best material used bnvs CITY Gentlemens Saddles keDt ladies in FOR COUNTY SUPKRINTFNDENT H HARRIS Is a candidate for County Superintendent of Public fechoole subjectb- -to the action of the Democratic party J MRSATMILLION lsn candidate for re election totheottlce of touuty Superintend- Â¬ ent of Public School Mibjeet to the action -ot 35tlie Democratic party 11iOLBGlEB Wa ace Dnntn u- Glllu rt 1 PQ l in- - Harness of every Trace Chains names JsacKoanus Beliybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things is chuck full of ihe Leading Styles in Plaids Stripes and Mixtures in used on the farm Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Casiiereg in fact anyOnly experienced workmen em- Cheviots ployed thing you may want thore is to be found in a first class Clothin If you want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging Store in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 8 up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Somefar surpasses any lino ever shown before in this city at low prices thing entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ot lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond Â¬ Â¬ and stock description Our Mens Salt Department QUE CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT Â¬ The extensive dealers 41- - OUR MERGHANTTAILORINtl DEPARTMENT is full of FlfllSl the leading styles in all of the different Plaids and Mixture Goods at No their Hats C Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Cassimeres in fact 104 West Main Street Ky Richmond have received SADDLES m HARNESS Â¬ Â¬ LL THE HEW and 8SOBBY FABRICS r CONCERNING FARMERS Claude Thomas of Bourbon has sold Edgewaler Belle dam of Edge mark 221 to Hamilton Busby editor of the Turf Field and Farm New York for S5000 A livery stable with fifty horses and mules was burned at Jacksonville Illinois Thursday night and a baru near Campbellsville Ky containing eight horses and mules was burned the same night them Ps towus-woiu-u- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fud fr Â¬ Wakefield Lee bought Wednesday from Thos Wood- - 28 shoats for 485 per ctvt Tip Bruce sold to E M Pendleton Bristol Teisn 3 nice harness geldings for 760 Wakefield Morelaud Co sold ten plain cattle Monday to Mr Peters for 320 Etnbry Dunn Co bought ler cwt Wednesday in Hustonville a pair of niee 16 hand roaie mules for 850 Danville Advocate 17th Fifty five head of high class trotters Mr S A Lipscomb of Hunt6 Clark were sold at tlie Kellogg sale at the county and Miss Nannie Munday daugh- Â¬ American IuMitute Building for 24 ter of Mr D C Munday of the Fox 120 au average of 438 55 The high town neighborhood Madison county est priced horse sold was the stallion were married at 230 oclock yesterday Mountain Boy a seven year old son April 9II1 the Rev J D Simmons of the of Kentucky Prince the sire of Guy Baptist church Jessamine county officiat- Â¬ Fred Folger 8MQord aud Company ing The couple left at once for home and out of Elsie a daughter of Messen- accompanied by Miss Pattie ones and ger Duroc and sioter to Elaine Pros Mr James Lipscomb The groom has l ero Daniel Trot and others Moun long been a subscriber of The Climax tain Boy was knocked down to B C hence his good luck Holly Vallejo California at 6108 DIED- Patrick Dolan one of the best hemp growers iu Woodford county raised 00- Robert Million died at Million Mad Â¬ 000 pounds of hemp on fifty acres last ison county on Saturday April 6th year Charles B Williams his 18S9 of pneumonia aged about 70 years raised 15000 on thirteen acres Deceased was formerly known as Black While the above jields are exception- Â¬ Bob1 Million and was a bachelor able the yield this year will be equally Thomas J Gibbs died near Kingston as large as last year Whilst the price in Madison county Ky on Thursday for November hemp is 450 which is April His 4th 1889 aged 61 years comparatively low still there is money trouble was Ilrights disease Deceased in it for the farmer and a large crop was one of the prominent citizens and will be planted this year as usual farmers of his vicinity and one of the best Lexington Pro s members of Mt Zion Christian church Win Tarrand CRTurner bought The funeral was preached on Friday by last week from Berry Murry near Elder L H Reynolds of Bourbon and Nashville Teun the newly Imported the remains were deposited in the Rich- Â¬ jaok Baleres recently imported from mond cemetery the Islaud of Majorca Mediterranean Mrs Eliza Taylor died at her home Sea He is 15 hands 3 inches high No 8 West Maxwell street Lexington black with mealy nose immense on Thursday April 4th iS aged 65 weight remarkably fine large bone years Deceased was the wife of Bartle fine shape and is but four years old son Taylor formerly of this county was The animal arrived here yesterday the mother of Mrs Amanda T Million aud we dare ay is as fine as any that and was a Miss Peyton a native of Madi ever stood on Kentucky soil They son county The funeral took place at the will breed him exclusively to Jennets residence on Friday Eld Mathews of the They p iid 1000 for him Paris News Christian church that city officiating W H Wilson Abdallah Park sold The remains were placed in a vault to to C A Durfee of Los Angeles Cal await the arrhral of relatives and on Mon Â¬ the black yearling colt Count Sim- Â¬ day were buried in the Lexington ceme- Â¬ mons by Simmous dam Crip by tery Mambrino Price 1250 Also the TRIBUTE OP RESPECT two year old colt McKinney dam by Gov Sprague 220j Price 2000 Whereas In tlie wisdom of our Also several oilier youugsters eleveu head iu all shipped by express via St Heavenly Father it bath pleased Him Louis to Los Angeles niakiug them to remove one of our elders Bro T J separate shipments to different parties Gibbs und Whkrbas We lealize the loss of our During the week hhsdes to California friend nnd brother a man of faith aud parties amount to 0000 one xvho devotedly loved Mt Zlon The management of the Paris Exikj Church and Its ordinances a man of sition have set aptrt space free of strict veracity a true friend a kind charge for the proposed American exÂ¬ and loving husband and obliging hibit of Indian corn The intention neighbor Be it is to build a handsome corn imlace in ffosolaet That we tender our chris which the different kinds of corn will tian love and sympathy to his bereav- Â¬ Â¬ be exhibited American cooks iu at- ed wife and brothers and sisters and tendance will prepare corn for food in that it be further all the various ways known to the Jiesolvcd That these resolutions be American housewife and sample will t pread 011 he records of the Church be freely distributed to all who visit and that they be published iu Till the exhibit The promoters of this Cmmax and Register aud lastly that a display believe It will preire the way copy of each bo presented to his wife for a greatly increased demand for the Done by order of Churob 1st Lords American cereal iu European markets day In April 1880 B F Patton The March report of Agricultural M M Miu kr I Committee Department says The statistical re- Â¬ Roy c WniTE J of the Department of Agrieulmre port for March relates to the distribution of Prof Wiggins and all of the other wheat aud corn The amount of coin prophets may fail in dry weather but reported still on baud is 39 6 per cent Gamers Chicken Cholera Cure never The surplus amounts to 787O0X0 fad If it does our money will Be re Â¬ bushels Qf which the teven corn sur funded by Stockton Brooks It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- w Â¬ Â¬ C Ry Kankakee The C I St L Line with its connections makes the In order to inform with some degree fastest time from Cincinnati to Council of accuracy one ami all of our patrons Bluffs Omaha St Paul Minneapolis and friends engaged in the lamb trade 32 and the West and North west the present season wo recently submitted to one hundred of our principal Leave your Laundry Ht Brights for lamb dealers in various sections of the the Kentucky Steam Laundry at Lex- Â¬ 40 43 States of Kentucky aud Tennessee the ington following questions viz 1st Will Call at Brights und see samples of there be as many lambs this year as the work done at Kentucky Steam lbt 2nd Will they be as forward as Laundry nt Lexington 40 43 last year Sid Will they be as heavy and fatas last year 4th Are there as Flour meal bra 11 and ship stutf at many twin lambs aslant jear We Bonanza Holler Mills Richmond Ken- Â¬ have recived replies from seventy five tucky E Forjian Son per cent of the number mentioned and after carefully comparing and con- Â¬ Tobacco Market sidering said replies md opinions we Louisville By Glover Durrelt Louisville lobneco find about Ibis result That the stocks Ware House of breeding sheep In point of numbers Sales on our maiket for Ihe pat t have been materially reduced In the week jiil closed amount to 2647 hlidx lust few years but with au open win- Â¬ with receipts tor the same period 1701 hhds ter a great many twin lumb and a uary 1steales on our market since Janamount to 30301 lihds Sales number of them saved that there are of tlie crop of 1SSS to date amount to as many lambs this year as last The 28460 hhds weight of the evidence before us is The weather continues unfavorable they will beat least ten days earlier for handling lobicco and sales are excessively large than last year aud present indications therefore not which was rcporttd The hi improvement are with continued good weather and the market last ueelc has been fully eaily grass they will be very heavy sustained this week but no further ad- Â¬ We haik for very and fat Nearly all our correspoudeu ts vance Is quoted unite in saying that there are a great large receipts to follow the first hand many twin lambs Shippers should ling season The following quotations fairly rep be very cautious about shipping too resent our market on Hurley tobacco many early lambs Hoping to retain Trash Dark and damaged tobacco 2 50 to 400 your confidence and esteem Colory Trash S450 to 700 We are very truly yours Common Lugs not colory 400 to Em buy Gkeenk S550 Colory Lugs 6 50 to 850 Common Leaf ffi00 to 9 00 MATRIMONIAL Medium to good leaf 000 to 1500 15 00 to Select or wrappery leaf Miss Pearle Chenault daughter of Dr 2050 R C Cltenault of Lexington Ky will be married to Dr Evans assistant physician at the Asylum of Lexingon on the LIVE STOCK KAEKET ESPOET TUB LAMB TKADB Cincinnati April 1st 1889 Spring and Summer Stocfe and it is much larger than they have ever before handled But their prices are no larger than before They have Â¬ CO con- We cordially invite you to come ami examine and you will see tho tinue in their elegant house cor- nicest line of piece goods ever shown in this city ner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J I Ilerndon as a drug store WCGORMLEY Â¬ Our Furnishing Goods Department Joo Sailes anil Harness id full of all the latest things to be found in a Furnishing Every Grade and Variety OF BOOTS SHOE5S Their that the public could wish line of GENTLEMENS HIGH OUT LACED CALF SKIN SHOES The same in is especially full Congress and Buttons Also Goat Â¬ and Kangaroo Both French and American Call The new and popular Ooze Calf with Tanfox IDS LOOSES SOES MADE TO ORDER of the best Store all kinds of Balbriggan Underwear our Negligee Flaniul materials and by tho best work- Â¬ Shirts far excel anything ever shown before in this city men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups m Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck- is complete a large and well selected stock of YEOMANS tsTE I les Harness Oils Harness Soaps C in fact anything you want in the HAT LIJfE we have Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry SONS Combs Riding and Driving Bits it for you Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ Come Give dlery ai d Harness Shop A specialty of and we assure you we can make it to your interest Thanking you Light Road Track Harness We are Respectiully Gormley made the harness with for past favors which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 40 39 VV jVEetiaa ALL WORK WARRANTED OUE HAT BEPABTSfEM Â¬ and Our Line an Inspection Â¬ COVINGTON MITCHELL 218 est THEY HAVE ALL THAT 41 40 Stroof The Best Markets Afford French Medium and Common Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low Buttons Newport Ties andBrazon FURNITURE When you buy furniture purchase Adonis Buckles By GUEENK EMERY Lle Stoek Commliln Merchants at Cticlu nati Union Block Yards and Covington Block Yards IN HATS THEY HAVE THE is- - NEW GOOBS AND Knox Stetson Marwiclc and both hard and soft A Full Like of Cincinnati Ohio April Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 3 3 3 3 S LATEST DESIGNS in our Warerooms 1889 SHIPPING CATTLE oo So Austin Drew from the large stock now Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good oo 50 oo 4 00 3 90 3 40 3 75 3 25 2 75 GENTS Prepare tom Pleased And all from a practically limited Stock f Bright un- Â¬ 3 25 3 75 Furnishing Goods Chamber Suits BUTCHER CATTLE Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers 25 Good to Extra Cows 00 Fair to Good Cows 2 2 75 2 00 2 Common Cows 1 00 1 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Dest Shipping 2 65 2 Best Bologna 2 35 2 2 2 00 Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders 1 Common and Thin 2 50 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 375 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 Good to Extia Heifers 2 2 50 Common and Thin Slockers 2 00 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 oo4 Fair to Good 30 oo37 Common 20 oo27 Best Veal Calves 5 4 75 Fair to Good 4 3 75 Heavy Common and 2 50 3 HOGS Select Butchers 4 90 4 Fair to Good Packers 4 4 65 Good to Extra Lights 4 4 70 Light Pigs 4 50 4 SPRING LAMBS 6 Extra 5 75 Common to Good 4 4 50 3 3 3 3 6o 40 3 3 3 3 3 S5 75 Co 4 10 90 50 50 75 50 25 00 90 85 50 00 00 00 00 00 50 95 85 80 75 00 75 including Monarch Shirts E W and Coon Collars and CufFs NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION Gloves in great variety An assortment of Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Parlor Suits Chairs Wardrobes Â¬ Â¬ Sideboards Bow Styles For Spring -- Hosiery of Every Grade UMBRELLAS in silk and other yoods with assorted handles Elegant line ot Shirt Jewelry 41 40 A G WOOD G A C Extension Tables Racks Bed room Suits Dining room Suits c All of which are of the Latest Styles Choicest Designs Best Workmanship and at Prices to Defy Competition acts gxires all Comers that we offer tlie Opportunity of the Season sis- HUTCHISON THE MR UG HOTEL 1 STORE WE ALSO HAVE SPECIAL STYLES aadLOWPRIOES IIV WE HAVE THIS WEEK OPENED A Ever brought to Richmond and aro prepared to attend to all Un- Â¬ DRESS GOODS TUDSOISTHE OF Alala KZBJBS IS It Is that imparity In the blood which ac Â¬ cumulating in the glands ot the neck produces unsightly lumps or swellings which causes painful running sores on tho arms legs or feet which developos ulcers la the eyes cars or nose often causing blindness or deafness which Is tho origin of pimples can- Â¬ cerous growths or the many other manifesta Â¬ which tions usually ascribed to humors fastening upon the lungs causes consumption and death Being the most ancient It is the most general of all diseases or affections for very few persons are entirely free from it Â¬ dertaking in the best stylo and in any part of the county l8PWe solicit your patronage Drugs and D ggists Sundries satisfied that we can please you both in goods and prices BUCHANAN GREENLEAF ALL FEESH AND NEW GOODS Main St East of First SELECT LINE OF OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Low Prices Prompt Attention QUALITY GUARANTEED We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage 41- - OOTS and SHOE Ilff EVERY VARIETY OSDRAHCE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies Philadelphia Massachusetts Germania - - - New Ynrlr Connecticut - - - Hartford Niagara - - - - New York Amazon Cincinnati Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia ROOK BOTTOM RATES Office at Farmers National Bank Call and see U3 before placing your insurance BURNAM HOME N B Milling property and country stores a specially Springfield - How Can if ats in all Shape IN THE MEWEST BBSSXGKS 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 JtBo By taking Hoods Sarsaparula which by tho remarkable cures It has accomplished often when other medicines have failed has proven itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease Some ot these cures are really wonderfal If you suffer from scrofula bo sure to try Hoods SarsapariUa My danghterMary was afflicted with wrof nlous sore neck from tho tunc she was 22 months old till she became six years of age Lumps farmed In her neck and one of them after growing to tho siro of a pigeons egg became a running sore for over three years We gave her Hoods Sorsaporllla when tho lump and all Indications of scrofula entirely disappeared and now she seems to bo a healthy JSCABtnENaurIghtNJ child NB Be sure to get only Â¬ f3fCaH and see our stock A G WOOD 43 45 carpets o North America - CO Druggists - New Hotel Building Please Read Tlie Hinder Manufacturing Company a mneliiiip vtlth Hand Attacbnieot aud Portable specially adapted fur invalid travelers c to coK S25 cash Any one wfolilui a machine ot thi type will please leave order at the offlce 13 First street la buililiui V- - Remember that our Stock of Calicoes SoldbynndrngsUts JllxforfJ rreparedonly by I HOOD CO ApstbeculiS Lowell Hat Hoods Sarsaparilla a is so IOO Doses One Dollar S ketltln etock 4D It la sold only by order JF Stonenot JF8 32 31 s STiREKrGh -- v -- uimTim THE CLIMAX - WEtfNESDAY APRII te Co moercial JB Club meeting Friday night Claude Smith has a word with eltewhcre to day abet eteves Mn warc etc Mr jh Donelaons partner Mr Rode withdrawn from the Arm and returned to Ohio biIihat Bra want tee Covington A mold ooo pourd of wool aad wM pay ihe highest marlet price Tin S Cow Mile of lot wW occur en The liquor men swept Wichita Kan ness as durable as can be made go to iir Hid city election notwithstanding floriiileys It To ii M Foster 800 women voted months Rtatistics of the three Board of Examine liatcrprise The protracted meeting at the Metho- Â¬ Uov West of Utah hns sent Ills res of this year show that 5822f000 are Sell the best Cook Stoves aid Ranges A Arm of leading tabacco dealers of dist church conducted by Rev Mr Ignatiou In the President He U n 41- 20G Main Street Ha Brother have 4trifeed plastering represented in new enterprises and Louisville will eometitne during this year Means of Nicholasville is growing in in- Â¬ Cytliiaim Ky man in th new hotel and the interior weed Cistern Filter enlargements of old plants in the Oovenor McCreary 1rlde of Rich- Â¬ Sell the best erect a large tobacco warehouse in this terest daily Mr Means sermon last woil tiling painting and pfciuibing k in The depot of the Cincinnati Southern night was a Mr Elizabeth Stuart originally South against 58003000 for the fcame mond Old Gold mid Bluegrnss Belle cky Alter looking over the ground and grand one He is finished Sell the best Vapor or Gasoline Stove at Somerset burned Saturday night pM ress Â¬ three mouts in 1S33 flour at Bonanza Roller Mills aj considering the vast amount of tobacco speaker and good scholar Everybody Miss Judy of Wades Mill Clurk coun41- The Keniucky Union Railway has invited no beligersnt sermons will be de ty died at Mexico Mo K D Kln Ml from a trewd at Ashers raited they informed us that there was E Forman Sov Stockholders Meeting Sell the best Tinware 1ms Ford on Tuesday of hut week sufficient quantity raised here to supply bought 700 feet of land from the Lexing- Â¬ livered during the meeting Mr Means Maysville had another fire imllat There will be a meeting of the stock A Lady In Texas Virites and brole an arm and leg and was otber- - several such establishments as we have ton Cemetery Company for 3500 and it will remain over Sunday Omar Dod oils four etory building was holder of the Richmond Street Rail My case Is of long standing ha is supposed that their depot will be erectu red and wilt have even after their warerooms wi in way Company ut th law ofiico of Sheriff J W Whte of McLean coun- Â¬ destroyed loss 20000 baffled many physicans have tried 5C320OTS2 have been completed They regard this ed thereon ty Ky has confessed that in 1876 he Cocaine Is now about 6 75 and 57 John Bennett ou Tuesday April 20th every remedy I could hear of but A siare of stock in the Richmond Hotel a fine point and can see a few years later at 2 oclock p ar for Ihe election of When Mr Pierce finds how the R N pocketed 1000 belorging to the county an ounce When it first came out it Co nd publicly on Saturday to the that there will be a Bradfiehls Female Regulator Is all large acreage of very I ufllceis and a Board of Directors B is moving towards Virginia he funds Mr White has been attending was 300 or 400 an ouuc- h gliest biJder Col O II ChenanU was ssiperior leaf raised in that relieved me the mountain dis- will no doubt head his road straight for revival meetings in pi ogress at Calhoun 48 44 1 ie pi rthaser at j6o TI10 Baptists have purchased n lot Write The Bradfleld Reg Co Atlan Â¬ tricts a few mites east of here Menifee Richmond Ky and his confession was made in the and will shortly erect a church at Bur A P Cochran Fredent of the ta Ga 42 45 Mr Eugene EtlU of Missouri son of Breathitt Wolfe Morgan Magoffin and Hon James Pierce of Wy theville Vat church He turned the money over to gln Harrodsburg Austin it Cochran foundry and ma- Â¬ Denioorat - Jjl n Lotill formerly of tins placejaas other counties to be unloaded from the President of the Virginia Kentucky and the minister aud promised to pay inter- Â¬ Advico to mothers chine works Louisville is dead S A into the market UrsWrjtifiws SooTHiasSTBCPshoaUalwayi Another Tennessee railroad announces that his est on it in full I3J win Booth was strickened down rened o Mr Taylor Rice the Alexander Ky be used when children are euttiBg teeth It re HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT lierej the little saffertratonco itproducMBfttara during the play at the Lyceum Thea- Â¬ TrHie residence and with hk rioter ACrs thing they can see is manufactories of company is about ready to begin building By the President of the United States quiet sleep and Ow lutlecUtrubnwttkMil bright phtg tobacco and cigars which must be the line authorized by a charter granted ter In Rochester with pandjbis Betue Green will keep Caunot go hand in hand if we look on us a button It is very pleasant to toe It A hunsoothes the chfid softens tWgumalla7saU pain establuhed here in order to tupply the some years since and that every dollar of America A Proclamation every little obstacle Judge Durham is still tlret comptroller th dark side of regulates the boWeis and is the best knOTB restsdr dred years have passed since the Gov- Â¬ t ie past weeV our and a half vast territory east of this city We are for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or necessary for its construction is at hand of the treasury and the secretary says Nothing will so darken life aud umke - to Montana ernment which our forefathers founded other causes Twenty flro cents e bottt twenty three and a glad these gentlemen have concluded to tuiit43- The work he states will be begun at the was it u burden as Dyspepsia Ackers Richmond Ky Ajwil 10 1SS9 be cant tell when he will let him go 6C formally organized At noon on the hat to Xeraka seren to Illinois and establish a business here and will extend western DyepepMa Tablets will cure the worst terminus of the Danville and New ttr ee to Minnesota have been sold W Mr to them a cordial welcome During the extra session of the SenMt Sterling River road in Patrick county Va and 30th day of April seventeen hundred and eighty nine in the City of New York ate Hatrlson sent in 350 appointments form of Dyspepsia Constipation and F B Carr to emigrants over the K C Gaaette pushed westerly through Virginia into the indigestion and make life a happiuess Whats the matter with Richmond in mountains of Eastern Kentucky where and in the presence of an assemblage of all ol which eave three were confirm- Â¬ and pleasure Sold at 25 mid 50 cents Remaining unclaimed in the Tost- Carte received on Santrday Micrs -the heroic men whof e patriotic devotion ed by V G White Prescription Drug- Â¬ Ofllce nt Richmond Ky week ending connections will be had at or near Pine had led the colonies to victory t c r first car of doors sash hHndc and this line and inde- Â¬ April 0th 1SS0 ville or perhaps a more Western Ken- Â¬ mo diij front Chicaco They cost Br Neileon caticht the bosn bass gist Thanks Awfully pendence George Washington took the Black David Mr Rice Itom Mi s tucky town with the Louisville and Nash- Â¬ oath of office as Chief Magistrate 8aturdty It weighed 4J pounds nnd Ji io and the freight 04 Mr Myers A company has been organized and Hlack Lulie Mit of the Tliurman M C Winner Investment Company ville road Severel hundred graders will new was 22 Inches Iour Barbbourvllle lands leaded near Hartford in Ohio Bryan Jas Mr raiu ooo freight during the year 1S88 j Walker Robt born Republic This impressive act 50 State St Boston Mass r also be put to work within a few weeks at was preceded at 9 oclock in the morning News county for the purpose of prospecting Biickner A II Mr Wright Maria Mrs A lot of hoodlums from up the coun- Â¬ Gill Jas Mr Burnham Jas the Kentucky end of the line and no time in all the churches of the city by prayer William II Parmenter 6 Montajjue McCormlc have just for oil and natural gas It is believed Cobb Squire try fired ten or twelve shots on Irvine Murphy Dsvkl General Agent J will be lost in fitting the road bed ready for Gods blessing on the Government completed lie building of a saw mill that both exists in quantities in that Floyd 1 innie Miss Myer Joseph rect near the colored Baptist church for the tics which will be on the ground Tfcit space is reserved foe Jaek Boston April 5th 1SS9 Powell Joe 2 Fisher attic and its first President and planltm mill near Owingsville in section and no expense will be spared FlemingM Sullie a o it z oclock Sunday morning and by Editor as soon as the grading is in such a condi Tie Climax Reamer J B Mr to reach them The centennial of this illustrious event county ryFreemans advertisement of acciJent fhot Owen Walker colored in Sometimes the Mnrit moves me and I tion to receive them A construction in our history has been declared a gener-Â¬ Bath Post Ofllce hours from 6 a m to 7 1 leg They were not caught Mexico California John Shaw tried for the murder of si Money order and registered letter write I do not necessarily write in view company with President Pierce at its al holiday by act of Congress to the end VavfnnaiVfi QOil tllAsUVA Ltffti- sif lutAiff prompt 7 a St to 15 v si A gap of about soo feet in the pavement of publication just openm the vaNes and head has been organized for the purpose that the people of the whole country may Charles White of color in the Lee The Semi Monthly Excursions of the hours Â¬ J B WILLIS r si kand shoes which is new arririiMr Queen Crescent Route still continues between the Catholic church and Dr lettin off t team I am not given to flat Â¬ of building the line and it is intended to join in commemorative exercises appro Circuit court was sent to Ibe peniten tiary for life to be h popular feature of this line Fosters residence is soon to be completed tery aint built that way but just temme have all the work done within two years priate to the day yjfuli particulars next wee anJ will make a continuous pavement express the opinion that Tnz Climax Much heavy blasting and cutting will have In order that the joy of this occasion Charles Dudley Warner begins his These escurbions nre equipped with fiirr Capt James T Shackelfords gate is a head and shoulders in progressive to be done but over a larger portion of may be associated with a deep thankful- Â¬ new novel 41- A Little Journey in the Tourist Sleeping Cars and families to he depot a distance of more than one ideati above some other Kentucky papers the route an easy country will be passed ness in the minds of the people for all our World In the April number of Har going to their new homes find this a A nice Cottace on Hallle Irvlne Ive teen Where did you cotch em through and nothing encountered more blessings in the past and a devout sup- perd Magazine comfortahle route and the cwt of a rrie From the West or are they home important than a few large fills The line plication to God for their gracious con- Â¬ berth in these sleepera is but nominal Street three doors from Main for A gentleman who came down from made C F T Stelnway senior member of they are supplied with Matresss Pil- Â¬ rent Terms reasonable will be a most valuable one for Eastern tinuance in the future the 43 44 representatives D II MYERS Irune Monday said that on Saturday I have l een much interested in the Kentucky and will play an important of the religious creeds both Christian the firm of piano manufacturers died lows Blankets aud Sheets but one County School Superintendent Wilson at his birthplace Brunswick Ger change is nccewary and that at New crossfire you have with our neighbor part in the development of that section E C TSATSCa and Hebrew have memoralized the Gov- Â¬ many Tuesday 0WS1T 2cSE3 c rsi d David Bergman and made other down street Sometime since I wrote for Orleans in the morning To the pleas- Â¬ ernment to designate an hour for prayer demonstrations and in turn Bergman shot back numbers of the Register for the pur Â¬ PERSONAL The California Fig fc5yrup Company ure seeker the delights of a trip over and thanksgiving on that day Wilson in the head inflicting a painful pose of seeing hs blood and thunder ver- Â¬ M F Mullins have just receiv- Â¬ L Now therefore I Benjamin Harri will build a new manufactory six stor- Â¬ this route is all that can be desired by Miss Catherine Phelps k in Louisville wound Wilson got a gun and tried to sion of some Berea affair They hunted Â¬ son President of the United States of ies in height at the comer of Fifth and the couuobeur of scenic effect This ed a fine assortment of aged and graft Kill Bergman and it is nought the trouble up all the papers Mr J S Huff of Carlisle was here ed Roses and all of the newer Gerani- Â¬ they could find most in response to this pious and Walnut streets Louisville at a cost of route is through the Blue Gtass Region ums AH in bloom America Apply at Green- Â¬ is not orer carefully marked Waco Hems Richmond thk week of Kentucky over the famous High house No 14 aud 1G Orchard Street reasonable request do recommend that 00000 banks etc and put in an item about Big Bridge spanning the Kentucky River Mr Will Barrett of Loukville is visit Tuesday April 30th at the hour of 9 4344 Dr WUIeis Cawing Rebecca Hardlujr Davis the pioneer Boston firm writing lor information etc his sister Mrs J Speed Smith oclock in the morning the people of the in the school of Southern literature along the shore of the Emory River FGH Rev Dr A E Wflleu of Louisville AT when perhaps I know more about every Round the base of Lookout Mountain will lecture in Richmond on Thursday Mrs J I McKinncy of Birmingham entire country repair to their respective will contribute a short story Anne of Maditcn county than any- Â¬ tquare loot places of divine worship to implore the to the April number of Harpers Mag through the cotton fields of Alabama night April 25th Hit subject wilt be visiting Mrs Thomas Thorpe body with the Register will ever know k aud Mississippi to New Orleans where favor of God that the bleings of liberty Sunshine a new lecture re modded act passed by Pursuant Mr T B Taylor of Winchester for- Â¬ prosperity and peace may abide with us azlne Excuse this rambling I am not ac Â¬ connection is made with the overland Lecidature to anMadiou Countythe last from an old one Court the V WW Jrrli iTTr HI iiv uaiuwiau innns quainted w Hit any of ou personally merly of Waco was here on Monday All Is quiet In Bell county where the express For further information ad Â¬ of Claims and Levy will convene in regu- aH h 30 to insure as a people and that His hand may lead dam by GilW Vermont 3rd dam by Gray Kagle been dress D G EmVAKDs G P P T A lar annual session on Monday April 15 us in the paths of righteousness and good Son ders aud Turner factions have Cenrt of Uiaiws Mrs Nannie A ers of Altamount Ky killed or are in jail and it is probable 42- Cincinnati O 1889 Ail parties having bussness with wv rr FTTt3JYTC hy RymlScks HamMetonlan dim 7 ulisi Wmh W deeds Crazy r heese The Madi on County Court of Claims Abstei- k visiting the family of M M Harbcr or claims against the county must jppear Black Bashaw Jr 2nd dam by In witness whereof I have hereunto that there will be no further hostilities and Levi will convene in Richmond on wi A decidedly foreign looking fellow factory during the term Riggleebergers furuitute lutl by Audiillrt sire ol iJlKS naiiiuiriunmii Capt J Speed Smith k in Cincinnati set my hand and caused the seal of the at pretent next M on lay April Ijlh AN persons struck the town Thursday afternoon and JOHN C CIIENAULT mm building In Paducnh which will em Â¬ in the interest of the Madison County United States 7W A LTQ A rsTES by I Stimm JHSMM- County JuJge it of America to be affixed having claims againt the county would on Friday tuned seneral pianos On Sat B JL -- EJL by son of Lewis Stephens bns been held under ploy a hundred men will commence Mir Fiir Done at the City of Washington this a bond of 500 at Frankfort charced do well to bear thk in mind Pjtohcn ml ilam Alic Walker by Alexanders Edwin Foreet 3rd ikw urday he sent out potal cards to numer- Â¬ the erection of a large factory next nwt iv i iiiuipr son of Sir Archv 4th dam by Old Copnerbottom S3 4 In In Mr John II Stuart of Frankfort vk 5th day of April the year of our Lord with performing an abortion for Mi8 week This company will also build ous perons announcing that by request sure IraSfnvLro VeruST aJrfH from our leading society people a grand ited hk sister Mrs French Tipton this one thousand eight hundred and eighty Alice Merchant a lieutenant in the and operate a new mill employing nine and of the independence of the Salvation Army Mr S S Parkes trustee of L E Fran will be given by Prof week classical concert about lllty men United States the one hundred and thirci- - sold the three story brick stere houte Herman Dahlberg the world renowned Mi S A Deatiterage and wife have Lexington Seven Inmates of the WE CAN AND DO No 215 West Main street now occupied ptantst on lis tour to Nashville ihe returned from the winters stay in the teenth work house overpowered Keeper Gal Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it b Covington k Mttcheil at public sale card went on to say that the the concert South BENJAMIN HARRISON Covington Arnold Bro want to lager Rot his pistol and shot him iu has been fnlly demonstrated to the peo- Â¬ buy 100000 potiudi of Wool Will pay By the President on last Saturday to the highest bidder would take place in Madam Bredellis Mr W S Rowland ivnd wife of Dan- Â¬ Those who fllctlug a serious wound after which ple of this couutry that it is superior to the highest market price Mr James Bennett was the purchaser at class room and that a part of the net James G Blaine Secretary of State have wool to sell will find it to their they escaped Governor McCreary was half proceed would go to the musical depart- Â¬ ville Ky are visiting Mr S B Whites 9000 all other preparations tor blood diseas luterest to call 43- family owner Capt P P Ballard was the ment of Madison Female Institute THIN COLUMN Joseph Craig until recently a mer es it is a postive cure lor sypiuutic Â¬ auctioneer Mrs R E Turley and Mrs T T The afternoon train brought the Courier-Jouchant in Bourbon county lias accepted poisoning Ulcers Erustious aud PimN 106 W Main St next door to Second National Bank rnal If you cant go to the seaside go to see Barnums oiler to travel with his cir- Â¬ ples It purities the whole system and which announced that a spec Â¬ Covington arc visiting their parents in Arcnest A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every description Ttw a side show the next circus that comes cus and has goue thither He is 7 feet thoroughly builds up the constitu- Â¬ tacle dude of the German persuasion Jessamine county Mrs Sam Finnell with several children representidg himseli to be a pupil of Liszt There will be an election held at UNIVERSAL PLOW both rigltt and left hand equal to any plow along prescrip- Â¬ tion Sold by W G White tall and weighs 400 pounds W II West of Speedwell has just reKirksviile Ky on Double Snovd Mows and Miss Lee Prewitt daughter of W P is doing the tow ns of Central Kentucky made The beet cultivator in t he market tion druggist The Register thinks it odd that The turned from Cincinnati O where he PUMPS Prewittof Kirksviile left in a rockaway for all tliey are worth He goes to a town D Instltu te has a pecul- Â¬ The D and Sewer Pipe in abundance Climax can send out 1 500 papers every bought hk spring stock of goods early on yeterday morning to make the learns the names of all the musical peoIt is a hereto Â¬ The large tobacco factory of Scott week c Of course its odd If it were iar case In its hospital at 2 oclock p in to elect a Piesklent T Mrs W H Miller wife of the Circuit The rocka- ple tells them he wants to give a musicalc 7 oclock train at this place fore bright little girl who can not be Smith located at Dycrsburg Tenii nnd Directors for the Kirksviile aud or 1600 it would be even way upset and badly hurt one of the and that lie k raising funds to pursue his Clark left yesterday to visit her sister 1400 routed from a t Ieep into which ihe Ml has removed to Paduuah Ky were a Kentucky River Turnpike Company Choice lot of CUTLERY edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware It is now time to fear that the peaches two weeks ago Danville Cor in Har handsome brick nnd stone bulliliug is children and cut a gash across Mrs Fin JAMES M SMITH studies in Europe He borrows all the Mrs Governor Eagle of Arkansaw in abundance nearly completed for lis occupation April 10th 80 President are in actual danger as that venerable rodiburg Democrat neils foreitead She took the afternoon money he can saying lie will return it as Mr Wm Rice and Misses Sissie and 43 4G The concern employs about 10a hands chestnut the peaches are all killed Â¬ train however for Missouri has ROOFING-soon as he gives his musicale The tel- Mary McCollum are visiting friends and Lizzie wife of William Aruspargerof and is backed by ample capital egram was from Harrodeburg and said relatives in Lexington and Georgetown not been put on the market even at this Knew Them near Paris Kentucky deserted her late day 30 3 he had worked that place Danville and If you have uot tried any of our var Mr S D Parrish attorney at law has Two men were sitting in a Chicago Satvisa and then kipped husband and two children for the more without We seriously hoped when we quit the idg brands of flour do so at once and hotel Say says one what have you either giving a concert or refunding the returned from Pineville where he is a hand nme William Duggins and mov Â¬ SSKS5BLE LOV convinced that you can get as good partner in the mercantile firm of Parrish Register two years ago it would quit its ed away creating quite a sensation In done with your corner lot r money careless handling of the truth but it has TO BUILD THEm flour at home and at as low prices as thbw-j Co Bros hoisks how to Nothing yet but am going te plant it that section or IW That night the world renowned Not readr This mti plsns lUasoattoesHnwconpiet awemsweitef88L not done so It continues to work off the frtHBjsa WILL SELL YOU A you cau anywhere else in corn cwic now nssxo mesa Heir ueanuiui mdlrn I oninry V same old lies about The Climax that Capf J C Turner of the L C pianist vanished into thin air He had Sbows how yoo can balld aiOOO fcocso tor917dO sad The total appropriations of the FifÂ¬ 41- E Foksian Sos U handsome What have you done with your hotel eoirrenlent hralthr Hht cool aad airr la sw had not seen cither Madam Bredelli or R R was here on Monday and said no we used to get off on the Herald The tieth Congreis amount to 5817873075 sad ivnrm to docheaply heated In winter TeUs hitradinarbailden of I have stored oats and fodder m it i irhatcMnau and wsras them wast not ta do Describes Bosses aaapm The mines of fine iron ore in Bath the proprietors of the Institute and had great amount of work was yet being done Register ought to know that the chestnut For the fiscal year ending June 30 czb3 so au I Negro Porter musing D em men is tried to borrow money from various per- Â¬ on that road UstiO Falrmount Atc FhUadelpUa Fa utility are boing extensively worked 3100 by nan S season is over 1690 the sum of S4855S2331 has been fum Winchester Arkansaw Traveller OR ANY KIND OF- sons We cannot hear thai he gained 43 10 pet aside to pay runiiinx expenses Of by different parties there and more The Misses Tutley daughters of Mr much by his stop here BEREA thin amount S175S200 goes as pen Â¬ than a hundred teams and A Ilrif HilHen Brick Green B Turley entertained a large HOUSES WVhundred men nre i mplnved ii h SENSIBLE LOW new ATIJW entiOei SBNIBl HOWsions to ex oldiers number of iriends Wednesd ay night with Mi Sam Rice of this place has closed Two 3iueii Morphine Mt I n TlTeM T Oar ore to the Keiuky Ceirtal IKiM the WT men plans linlMKA IIIIW TO IIL1L Mrs Betty Branaman has returned Â¬ masque party a contract with the Throe Forks Invest UlastrsUons sad complete rati C W Spencer of the broom factory a Saw ready TMs contains KaKa5 The Central warebiu e c nntuiuiug road fortihipinent to firn rice- - in Ouio much improved in health s and how ment Company at BeattrviUc to make a firm retr tantiralaad Cheap Country Hone750eosttaeftoata mtXa tWMi THA r WILL AT PRKEd Spencer went to his Mr Sam Fain proprietor of a cotton w yoa can build a JOOO noose for Si of Franck abiut 40000 cuses of tea in bond nnd u JtfTTy viiii t half million brick and a many more as room at Miss Mary Robe from Camp Nelson iiltlv Ilffhf- - pmL aad alrr H at riiralym JPrmons l lot of coflfee was destroyed bv fire in John Reeves on Irvine Street factory at Mossy Bank Tennessee was tlta ikW warm ana cncnpiyncairu uwhat tf And tlnoe troubled with nervousness rosnltlns inii be required to buud a bank two near Estill Avenue in Richmond on here this week looking around and think spent her vacation with Mrs Fee not to do Deseneea warns them what to do and Chicago The los approximates SI be relieved by taking fromcareoroYernoTfcwilt TICKLE Work Wednesday afternoon remarking that lie ing over how he would like to live here sjre house and a hotel ST 7 Chestnut Street Fhfauelpula Pa by mail 8100 Browns Iron Sitters Genuine Miss L M Lawson of Chattanooga 500000 distributed among a number i to begin at once The Benttyville was sleepy and to please wake him at has trade mark and crossed red lines on w rapper 4 made a call upon her friends here as she of firms and the proprietors of the Messrs Cyrus Stone and D R For NO LITTLE HE WILL MAKE 41 14 people can rest assured that the brick oclock Towards night e was discover- Â¬ man returned on Thursday from a tour was on her way to Illinois wnrehouse The Courier Journal Job Printing YOU ANY KIND OF will be made in less rime than they ever ed to be in a deep sleep from which it was through Eastern Kentucky How much company of thirty men have put Company will erect a five story pub THE CELEBJIATED JACK A bjfore saw that much work done Mr William Jarvis and wife of Lan- Â¬ impossible to arouse him Doctors Fost- Â¬ coal land they bought they have not lishing hou e lu Louisville this summer caster made their friends happy by smil in 50 each and bought the old Asylum er and Roberts were called and decided made known Wreck at Shswhan pond at Harrodsburg and will clean it at a cost of over 100000 They will ng in upon them last week Yesterday morning a freight tram that the patient was under the influence of fftaJtaw out to seven feet deep 360x160 feet in very considerably enlarge their already OR MEND YOUR OLD WARE Mr J R Brooks of Richmohd Ky Messrs Van Ryan and E T Fish have Reeerd 2SJf relieve him going North jumped the track about 200 an opiate but they could not They will stock it with vast facilities aud will probably take has accepted a position with the firm of exchanged houses and lots and each fam Â¬ dimensions Will make the present season at Silver Winner of the Ke died the next morning His relatives up art and literary publication upon a stake at Lex yards be on J Shuwhan and nine cars flue fish and also reap a dividend by Poteet as salesman Mr ily is now domiciled in its new abode in Mercer county came and on Friday Matheny ington Ky Fair la 1838 and both large scale gSCall at No 26 N Second Street Creek Distillery at vere thrown from the track and a colored selling the ice from it 20- Brooks comes highly recommended stakes at same plaee ia 1884 Armers old stand 25 For Jennets and 10 For Mares ta In making his record of 2WJ in a jog man from Winchester named Lewis Lyle the remains were buried in Richmond Harrodsburg Democrat Mr C V Spear and wife passed Road horses trotters and runners McKeeand J W Hcdden of HC who was stealing a ride was killed and cemetery through this place on their return from a sure a Livins Colt Sired by Egbert sire of Emma paoer the Ml Sterling Commercial Club are shod in any manner desired I have Mr John W Fox returned on Thurs- Â¬ Coroner Miller summoned a jury and Egmont 22SJ Superior 225J two comrades with him escaped injury winter in Florida and stopping over for a just received an extra lot of four year high 219 a committee connected with the proClinton is 16 hands and one inchmealy Benefactor 4 year oW 227 Illinois after examining several witnesses return- Â¬ day from Georgia where he spent the short time were the guests The man who was killed was lying on of President posed construction of a street railway old second growth timber for repairing fine bone and substance jet Mack Egbert 29J winter He says the mule trade was Fairchild wagons nose and maVes a grand appearance soto walnut logs on a coal car and when ed the following verdict OF All work guar- Â¬ 1st dam by Stookbridge Chief sire of In Mt Sterling The Baptist church all kinds of Mr Fox gained We the jury summoned by D D Mil Â¬ fair to middling Bred by John W Allison of Bourboa the dam of Gioater 217 2wl dam by the wreck came a log rolled over on him anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Treasurer P D Dodge will deliver the at that point is preparing to erect a probably twenty pounds of flesh and county foaled May 24h O0- l aJ Alexanders Sorman sire of L uia io lengthwiseand mahod him Paris News ler coroner of Madison county believe drug store address at the monthly temperance meet Â¬ new 20000 building as soon as a locu- back of Brookss Longfellow ut dam by Peacock and May Queen 220 and tbe dams iSor from the testimony before us that Charles came near getting married Respectfully ing as at a late hour it was found that tion can be decided upon R O Drake dam by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by man Medium 230 Fanny Robliiou W Spencer came te hk death from an Three More Greenhouses Mr R L Gentry attended the grand 8febly S L MIDKIFF Leviathan th dam by Mountain Leader 2201 Maiden 223 Banner Boy 231 Â¬ banquet and reception at Liederkranz the speaker from abroad who had been Is Chairman of the Building CommitM F Muttins have finicued the over dose of some opiate L Longfellow was got by Loag Madison Alice Addison 227 and Red Jim 30 tee The Falls City Malleable Iron aud April 4th lS8n Hall Loukville last night given by the expected will fail to materialize Egbert by Rywyks itamweioiiiaii grading at their place on Orchard street 1st dam by imp Royal Duke sod dam br Taylor 12 John dam by MesseBger Dnroe and ne by twenty three lodges of Louisville Jeffer for three more green houses each 12x72 Mohawk Preparations are making to celebrate The no wb from Bowling Green Is to Steel Compauy of Louisville have ap On Emdjfts ITambutonian Allan Douglas sonville and New Albany to the Ken- Â¬ the one hundredth anniversarsrry of the effect that the subscription of S350- - propriated 50000 for the building of At 2 p M T will offer for Fale at public If it The present house 9x55 feet k by Jack men throughout the coanty say he EGALTTE is a very rich chestnut W II Douglas tucky Grand Lodge Knights of Honor Washingtons inauguration on quite an 000 recently voted to secure the build their new edged tool factory ou Eigh Â¬ auctiou THIRTEEN LOTS in my ad Â¬ is the beat bred jack in the State no means adeouate to their business sorrel 16 hands U inehes high aud C K Dotv teenth street where natural gas will be dition to the City of Richnioud Two at the weighs over 1200 pouiMtevHe b the finest which Grand Lodge will assembe to day extensive scale Efficient committees have of two additional railway lines has Will graze marcs and jetmets therefore the enlargement They now Wat Harper of thte are large corner lots adjoiulng rate of 10 cents per day utilized in their uunculiug ovens horse ever seen in this county either have in their green house and annex Judge T J Scott of the Common Picas been appointed to prepare programs for had the effect of giving great activity the K C R R WS HUMECO Ky stAtidinz or in harness His colts all J PReevrs morning afternoon and night meetings to that enterprising city Real estate rearly twenty thousand plants and flow Â¬ Silver Creek A DUTY TO YOURSELF have stae finish and action All bough TERMS One half cosh and tho re 39 51 Mr Reeves testified that on Sunday Court has been on this circuit for almot and an interesting and patriotic occasion haft been selling fast and a great deal ers besides several thousand already Â¬ he has sired but few colts be Is sire of aWlgagaCPlJI AtnMBtWatHawJWaasTs It is surprising that people will use a mniuilerou January 1st ISfiO withoutÂ¬ HITW deceased called htm to hk room three years during which time he had ap- is anticipated in Ken- Â¬ one f the beat sold They have received an assortment night the of building is under contract for com Â¬ common ordinary pill when they can interest A lien will be retained to sepealed to the Court of Appeals divers tucky cure deferred payment o aged and grafted rees See adver Â¬ and engaged Mm in conversation during cases only one of which has been revers pletion during the present year The secure a valuable English one for the His record is no Indication of his deceased remarked that if AVM CROW 41 43 Twenty Pieces of Bone planing mill and lumber mills nre same money tisement Their catalogue win be out in which he the re- Â¬ speed He could trot dose to 220 at a Dr Ackers English certain things went against hiis he was a ed and that only in part Thk k a My little niece left me by her moth- Â¬ worked to their full capacity to supply due time Mr Henry Tray nor who pUte nre a positive care for We have not been able to markable record indicating a dear legat er had one of the worse cases of white the demands made upon them dead man trained him seys barring Susie S he Mt Sterling and well trained mind ull liver troubled They are and RECORD 21 STANDARD ie the fastest ami gaaseat hone he ever Ma4isn Ceaaty SundBj ScJiool Conven Â¬ learn whether he referred to bis business swelling I ever saw More than twen- Â¬ A company has been organized at small sweet easily taken and do not or some other matters in the above re- Gazette tion o ty pieces of bone came out of her leg Frnnkfort with a capital of 100000 to gripe 8oId by W Q White Prescrip Â¬ f He will make the senonn of 1888 at Brother to Yuba 231i by Harold Literary Notes The fourth meeting of the Madfeon mark lie was engaged to be married to one piece being about the Blze of the manufacture and sell boots and shoes John B Chenaullspteee 1 miles Irom tion Druggist Riehraond on Lexington plae at County Sunday School Convention wW a young lady who his put on mourning The portrait of Amelia E Barr ap- Â¬ email end of a walking cane and near- Â¬ All persons indebted to Wallace The deceased was a pears as a frontispiece in the April ly three Indies long The bole left by Thj backbone of Ihe company Is the r Ue Id at Bybeotown on Saturday May tiace hk death The total production of the distilled Rice prior to January 1st IS89 will 00LT 25 TO INSUBS A LI7IH Mftfon Hoge company which has for a 1st dam Yotsnde liy Belmont 4 U at 9 30 oclock am The meeting quiet industrious citizen and ire hear that number of Book News John Watm takiug these bones out was as largo a number of years controlled the convict spirits in the United States from July please call at once and settle Thoso when mare is parted with 2nd dam Tuting Portia by Mambr Ibo Money due v The tmniber good size walnut She was not able t 18S8 to Januaiy 31st 1SSG wa3 ailing to do so by the 1st day of May coniut of an interesting programme the factory was doing a good business he tnnker Philadelphia otherwise when onti ia lot led of U1I3 State and Tennewee having learned hk trade with the Shakers contalus an Interesting blngraphlcal to walk a step for eight months and leases c exerci es reports from all the Sunday gallons lielug the 1S80 will find their accounts in the Chief EGAUTE lw never md a season company proposes to begin opera Â¬ 43730333 taxable Thj 3rd dam Portia by Bne4iek peer for Ims than 50 bat in order to give - Uools in the county sketch of Mrs Barr a talk on all the was afterwards compelled to use crutch- Â¬ tions at once and will employ a large largest production for a similar period hands of an officer for collection This and Sunday school The death was perhaps unintentional by Whff tbowochbred 4th dam him an opportunity to prove his rape a Hresses and discussions upon the various boflKsnf the month year The doctors siId rWity aa a lre we have placed his notice means precisely what it says flodd Sursa liams reviews of the by Talontt Wil Â¬ es for nearly acure nnd navlsed ampu Â¬ number of skilled workmen to make since 1883 Cant eat a thiuK p cs of interest to Sunday schools and most important there was no services within the resell of all this up tha rough material prepared by conFlour H a wonderful medlcluo for 41 45 puriil Rick Wallace year ia ptaetng me services w mis jffwoik Basket dinner will be aerT creMiug aa apetitc reulallug diges Â¬ of the current publications notable tation of the limb This I would not victs in the Kentucky peuiteuiiury The above hrse will Make the ihmob Horse newxe ine powie we wui say At the Bonanza Roller Mills you upon the grounds and all persons which are The Correspondence consent to but put her to taking cl mining of 1880 it stables of PHlrH it Death that yon can not possibly make a wfc It tion and giving strength will dud fticli choice brauds of flour as by Swifts rtDecIflc S S S J i you have a cough cold bronchitis Afloat ei gijed in or taking an interest in leaving off erage at Fair GrwiiMteRIhraoMl Ky take by breeding m him If yoa dattt of Daniel OConnell Bluegrasa Belle Old Gold Pride or ADuighter of all other treatment It has curetl her or Any form of throat or lung disease at Forty Dolmhsto Iksukkv Liv Â¬ get a trotter yon win get a bene the Dr Satiilidfre t hot and mortally Guy da Mutiptssant aro cordially invited to be Richmond and Governor McCreary ing Colt wm always eoronmrHi a otg poee by Ue author of The Story of Bouud and well and I shall never grow do jiot neglect it AyerV Cherry IVc I f nt A May mecmg of the young- - wounded his nephew Mat Baker who Eve 41- E Fokman fc Boir SIXTY ACRES OF GOOD GRASS Dfatiierage Apply to Phillips Mares Kept on grasa at 10 eeow per and there are cuts weary of speaking itspralie ople wiil bo hed at night after the refu td to fill a whisky yrtcrfpIon Margaret Kent torI If promptly taken will ypeedily Red House for rent Api lv u near wl Rtehmoiid Ky or to im at Silver day Aeehlenta or esc- C invention has scjuuined reljeve and cure all ailments of tub Mhs Annie Botjiweij in Burxsvllle ftntn such of the books as are illustrat- Â¬ F N Calvert l hulldtag a ww mill James Ben-r-f- t for him at hie drug risk JBUGENE PARRISH Crek Ky I r 405 4042- JNO KeilKNAULT A COBTJKNAMCO Columbus Ga Feb 11 1880 It character Chairman ed It end flouring mill near OrvingsvIIIe where a pn hlWllim law uow prevails orS D PARRISH It Drs S M Letcher i ur av lot now See ad your time If yen want a good VM Kefeerfeaitd lite Hew Aioofcai for pensions The Oraterioel Cenlest Three thousand people assembled in the opera houte Lexington Friday night to witness the inter eoilegMte oratorical con teat irttere were four speakers repre Â¬ senting Central University Centre College Kentucky University and the State College There were three judges One of the jodges thought the decision reste 1 between Central Unirersky and Kentucky University another that H lay between Centre College and Kentucky University and the third one that it lay between the State College and Kentucky University The final decision was therefore In favor of Kentucky University represented by Mr II T Duncan Jr sen of the editor of the Lexington Press We take It that more could not have been much difference between the speeches and and as Central University won last years prise she should not lament Â¬ Right at the Top The report of the State Hoard of Equal ization tliows that Madison county stands fifth in poUit of wealth excluding the counties that include the cities of Louis- Â¬ ville Covington Ncwnort and Lexing- Â¬ ton The list runs as follows Bourbon Mason 10691445 Hender Â¬ 516904 son 60067 Woodford 7834646 Madison 17864890 Considering the vast amount of Madi Â¬ son county wealth in bonds stocks and foreign property not indicated by the assessors book the actual wealth of the people of Madison is greater than that of any of the four counties above named placing her fifth in point of wealth of the 1 iS counties in the State See artic e elsewhere in this issue on the States wealth RELIGIOUS Prof C P Williamson continues to preach at the Christian church every ntght and ten or twelve additions have been made to date Rev J F Williams preached at the Baptibt church Sunday night on Suicide He will preach at the mission near the depot Friday night Â¬ Rev Edward F Leib for seven years tutor of Maximilian the ill fated Archduke of Austria and Emperor of Mexico is dead at Chillicothe Ohio where he was pastor of St Peters church The Kentucky Holiness Association has been holding lorth at Vine Grove for the past veh Entire sanctiHcation was their doctrine One of their converts Went into a trance and accidentally died there Lexington Transcript Â¬ Cularrh u hen chr nlc becomes very offensive It is iinpoMlhk to be other Thf netual deorene of the publlo debt wise healthy Hinf at tile fame time for Mai cli was 11300505365 nfiHoted with catarrh Tlii disagree- Â¬ able disease In its most obstinate and V P Baker liai been appointed dangerous forms can be cured by the poxtninter at L ihIhu use of Ayers Harsaparllla It The Grand Opera limine of 81 Ji Record of this The Manufacturer tepli Mo burned loss 120000 week will publh h Im itirterly review There is a straight tip out that J A of the South industrial progress giving Casson of Iowa Is to get the Berlin the name location nnd character of mission bulne of 1250 new industrial enter Â¬ Mr Cleveland landed n 91 pound tar- Â¬ prises that have been organized since pon after a 40 minutes play at Jupiter January 1st NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ GUARD AGAINST THE SilUKEf And always have a bottle of Aekeru flngllsli Remedy In Ihe house You cau not tffli hot Soon Croup may slrlke your little one of- SboVt or Cough Jno doee SdI may fasten itself upon you Is a preventive and a few doses a posi Â¬ tive i ure All Throat and Luna troubles yield to its treatment A xamnle bot- Â¬ Sell tle is given you free and the Remedy Sdl guaranteed by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ tion Druggist - CKELFORD fionte n0 GENTRY I Inlet Florida In Bt Lnuls 2000 carpenters Hre on a strike for 40 cents an hour for u day of eight hours Harness for Railroad Males Jorniley has furnished the haniesn for all the big railroad mules on the R N I B If you want n set of har- Â¬ frt WHOLESALE Salt Lime Cement the Celebrated Home- Â¬ stead Fertilizers in car- Â¬ load lots just received and trade supplied at Lowest Prices JOHN G TAYLOR TIie Vandivea the best one ami two horse Cultivators Tile HFOWXla The ld Ekopy mX Sell the best Wire Chiekrovrn Tile 3aW02tIl Soil the best Foed Cutter TnS SslI Glty Sell the best Randall Harrows Tile Key Si OI1C Sell the best Wows TJie OlivSZ Sell the best Siilkr Pkw Tile Big Illjlin Sell the beet FerliHaer The Honest Tlie Sxcellsnl Tile GeilipyPlie Xtrloiiarcil andtWbrSC0rn s Â¬ HomeMadCi Sell TH5S B23ST of SlTSRYTHIIffG to fas Â¬ Hardware World l jgaSKriioy are hustlers from away back and dont you forget it Â¬ lrng SHACKELPOEDC ENTRY Â¬ laSST TSRS t 1 FllEEMAlN I -- Cottage for Rent Â¬ U J Â¬ EOSBSI Public Notice MCJECEE TRAYNOR Iticlimond IventxxclcvHiGHLfiD PRK STiLLlOHS vpii 1889 11 t Â¬ Jj Vrtei it 1- - Â¬ 2GO Founds 4Tnr BS nrmi SrEa lJFAiJ Â¬ WOOL WAITED ELECTION NOTICE is a reck Phelps r id W a ie es LENE OF TINAVABE s all id Â¬ Â¬ Saturday May 4 1889 A FUIL on as of 4 i u y r and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER a tlA BRUCK cot PHSIaFS biil IB sit Hi Â¬ CO8THOUSESH0W 1 iro tot ip- - T V er- - SHartereBrTiiifP HOB F1IC1 Bar I r2s S COST sees 0BO- to - iri dljna rrTr-- and Tinware to Order EGALITEI Turee-Year-Okt Â¬ f Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Â¬ TOWN LOTS Friday April 1 89 lnTaTaTa three-year-ol- nick-headac- Â¬ PAY UP YAZOO ft tp If fir-- m JUL h i Â¬ Sun-d-cho- Trcacs TS eseW R SVf - hh w M j rJ lMMMBMMBBMMMHMsMMiMsaMsasjjgiajsJSjj iKjwmfgi pgpjatn VWWIW - i i FULL OF FUN 11 Xna Blaafhtar or Americans by Mexican ii UuYlU Now Sunday school Tonoher Arabia can you explain to us the cause of Adams lull Tapils Yesm Ho didnt have any aches to throw on the sidewalk Judge I wish to ascertain if the witnesses are all here and I will there Â¬ fore read out the lUtt Those that are present say Aye the contrary No Is useful Yes it is to provoke common sense good for that It is also useful as a handy word to HI in an embarrassing gap in the conversation when a man asks you to loan him lire dollars Burdetle Helhi Bodger What Toraiinoa Bodger make you look 00 excited Why you see theyve got twins at sisters One of era is a boy and one of em its a girl and biased if that doesnt make me an uncle aad an aunt Burlington Free Press both Ipstein Shoestrings collar but-Â¬ tons Ntispeodera Miss Anna Teak A marvel of Tins poailr tr an Go long there we aint got ho lnon 1 ti uMrwigth ami m iiQit omeiin8 More uiM al ilmu Hie onlmary kinds and folks ia the house Ah Ipsteia M in oniipeiitioa Willi the roill i i n he i - of Mid iii tiiuilp low t t liort weight alum calm madam it vas a goot ting to lay in pnwilcrv I only In bold subbltee in adfanee An addraptire i i Hvkivi IVimkrIo 10S VallMrwt N 21 29 ioik lady like you caal tell vat may hab Puck ben some tay Despite thejdireful history of his island Faddy always has something consummately witty to dispel the goom He now presents this novel definition of an Irish bull illustrative as well If you see threa eows lying down in a field he sayj the otie Pier g Go I n Medical Discovery f is luss that u puar- iv Amer Â¬ auloeti to benefit or cure standing up is an Irish bwll ail diseases for wnk ica WARMIITEB recommended or Female Friend Yousg Smithers money paid for it iiiii Ii ttM rtroTintT r f midi d who is paying you attentions is one of 1 n Msjj cry cures all humors U i the common iinple blotch or erupttoo the moat promising youag men in this the wont Scrofula or Uood potmn tmtt- Mifcs Lively Yes I know or Tetter Eczema Errstpesae mrri utHip Joint Disease ixrofuious Sores and- city f injrs Kteiarved Hands Gottre or Thick him Female Friead He is ambi Â¬ tious too He is a man who will al- Â¬ and Eatinr Sores or fleers M n Medical llieeorerr cures Comeamp- ways aim higher than the mark Miss i which is Scrofula of the Linus I bjr Its Lively Aim higher than the mark v iVrful blood - purifying tavtgoiattofr i nutritive properties if taken ta ttate Well I dont know about that He has Weak Lunga pittinjf of Wood Short- J r of Breath Catarrh in the Head Bron- - never kissed me on the nose yet I aad ktedred iu Severe Coug he Atcaau remedy It Texas Sittings hI vtinns it k a aorereitrn i Tiimlr euFfta L MH fiwrt rVkllffnA Ah she said with a tremulous i - iwniia uier uuimisnees or Liver true happiness Dj spepeia anH iudieeetJoo It is vibratory little high i nhunt J uuequaled rfcedy Sold by druggists is something that is very rarely ex- Â¬ JI Yes perienced isnt it he re- Â¬ plied -- very rarely and yet I have known it When This very evening With me Yes about five minutes ago when you told me that your father was laid up with rheu- Â¬ matism ia his right leg Merchant Darlnjf tho Tixm Kerolatlon BnchfurAUe Cast said Emerson Absolutely Pure pimi will hj m i -- The Most Phenomenal Success in the Mercantile History of Richmond is the i riiii Ii--u- v t- j- disgrace to Mexico which centuries caa not wipe out Tho Americans Are all with the Merciful One Not one saved Not one Impossible I wiU tell you It Is right to tell tho whole world such an infamy If I had llttlo children I would take then on my knee and teach them the story I heard it from tho lips of one wet with their blood dripping crimson from tho battle my own cousin Xavier Ho was with General CastrU lons division They began their at Â¬ tack at four oclock in the morning andaftortwo hours1 desperate fight- Â¬ ing succeeded in reaching a court yard of tho Alamo They found tho windows and doors barricaded with bags of earth Behind these the Americans fought hand to hand with despairing valor Ramlres Siosma and Batres led tho columns and Santa Anna gave the signal of battle from a battery near the bridge When the second charge was driven back ho became furious He put him- Â¬ self in front of the men and with shouts and oaths led them to tho third charge Xavier said that ho inspired them with They reached the his own frenzy foot of the wail and the ladders were placed in position The officers fell to the rear and forced the men to ascend them As they reached the top they were stabbed and the ladders over- Â¬ turned Over and over again these attempts were made until the garrison in tho Alamo woro exhausted with tho The Alamo has fallen Senorita Antonia I would giTetny oul to undo this days work It is bUHl k FIRM bO If jUJEW lyfEOT GOODS We wish to announce to the public that we have just opened in the house next door to the Gar nett Bouse on Second street a fresh stock of the beet brands of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We CHEAP for CASH Come ami see ns and be convinced that we have a first cla stok Â¬ at Eeasonatle Prices We shall aim to seeitre a fair share of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods DAVID CHENAULT 29- - 1 iEistetblislied bl C Few Xeais Ag Spring- of - JFEL A EAULAfGR And Kow for the 1 struggle Navarro paused a tow minutes over- Â¬ powered by his emotions No one spoke He could see Antonias face white as a spirits in tho dim light and he knew that Isabel was weeping and that the sonora had taken his hand At last at the hour of ton the outer wall was gained Then room by room was taken with slaughter incredible There were fourteen Americans in the hospital They fired their rifles and pistols from their pallets with such deadly aim that Milagros turned a can- Â¬ non shotted with grape and canister CO UGURATED New AfliiniB 11 Traveer in and JJlonnuY Sickness unva e trca Stil a 4 7 lanai Uftcmoc of rif Saqgar tvif he avoickeL L nuAea 45 C r DiJ X1WltiU flCOULrtlUHVJU AXJiAJnITA CA SruisU free Tonf7rt AFTEE5 CHICKEN Cholera Cure QnsVawaBlavmHattK BnaMalbaVaKrrt f 8l i IF W a I of dollars worth of chi kens die every ear from Chol era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy thatMMvr i res it has been made and to be con i meed of hs efficacy only requires a A 50 cente bottle is enough for lr one hundred chickens It is guar ceed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly tisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded 1 Thousands Hello Jerry come have a cocktail Second Tramp What Cocktail You must belivin on Easy street now First Tramp Yes I rather guess I am Im gettin a dollar a day fer sittin1 iu a show winder to advertise a new Second Tramp toilet soap Rats First Tramp Yes I am on the dead square I represent the before us in Terre Haute Express Husband My dear these trou- Â¬ sers are frayed at the bottora Wife They are the best youve got John except your dress trousers Husband Well give them to me I have an important interview on hand to day in which I expect to be at different times proud haughty indifferent dignified and perhaps a trifle disdainful A man cant be all that successfully with fringe on the bottom of his trousers Harpers Bazar All the city papers before the concert spoke about the repertoire of the soprano Many otherwise excel eut people do not understand French A rural couple who sat near the stage were evidently among these otherwise exeelent people When the soprano appeared very scantily clothed as to arm and neck How dlgueting ex- Â¬ claimed the lady Poor thing re Â¬ sponded her companion pityingly Probably tore ber clothes most off First Tramp NEW GOODS ABE POURING IN RAPIDLY AND PRICES ARE BEING NAMED THAT FOR CHEAPNESS FAIRLY TAKES THE BREATH OF CUSTOMERS OUR STOKE IS ALREADY PACKED AND JAMMED EROM FLOOR TO CEILING WITH THE MOST Attractive Assortment of Seasonable Goods ever displayed in this city and every article on shelves or counters is a real gbeat big bargain MO CATCHIMG- - are thrown out as baits and prices advanc Â¬ 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 LEABEES practicing her ripper teary DRIFT OF OPINION Judge lines are astounding 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 make at 30c per yard Call and see them Â¬ 1 r 1 S TX KTOX BROOKS - - JflaS j3Ps eagkss --- 1 Vlr f Jb - U Ml IWi 8 rJ viryjA 3fTftri7y - fB VfaVVKfcfV sf VHLQfJT s2PB2Fjr 23E3 SHORTEST Hours the Quickest BETWKEK CineinDali and New Orleans TIME 27 IIOUKS EXTIRE TKAINS BAUUAOE CARS DAY COACHES AND SLEEPERS Run Through Without Change 110 MILES 7 HOUKS Windoms Treasury manage Â¬ ment will have millions in it for the Blaine gang St Louis Rspubtie By aheer bold gratuities the Republicans propose to put the surplus into a desuetude that shall not be in Â¬ nocuous Louisville Courier Journal G rover Cleveland surrendered the scepter of authority with as pure a heart and as clean hands as did George Washington St Paul Globe The past four years of Democratic rule will often be recalled in the near future for the happy days of prosperity and peace Cleveland Plain Dealer General Tracy the Secretary of the Navy is not a man of large nau- Â¬ tical experience his training rewwi bling that of the caiiant oftoar Sir Joseph Porter K C B Detroit Free Press Some of our contemporaries who indulged in bitter abuse of President Cleveland throughout his term of of- Â¬ fice are now admitting his excellent qualities They may consider this gracious but it is really an evidence of their injustice and unfairness proving their utterances to have been maliciously false as well as abusive Pittsburgh Post It is reported upon seemingly good authority that Secretary of War RedfieM Proctor has not been outside of Vermont siBee July 4 1864 at which time he went over into New Hamp Â¬ shire to attend a celebration at West Swancey It is also reported that for forty yeas Mr Proctor has laundered 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 Ave do implore you most earnestly to wander through the wilderness of splendid attractions and matchless val ues we display WE BONT ASK YOU gS3SHg 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¬ PSSSSSiil No Use to Ask How A keen wide awake buyer always on the market with bullion to back him can do All people want is the goods anything it is Bone 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 8140 to SL50 Shoes that we price at 100 to 160 entirely dumbfound customers when quality is considered Genuine Hand Made Calf Boots at 275 worth 450 Â¬ Â¬ It is simply a Great Shoe Store itself SHOE DEPAETMENT upon them They were blown to pieces IN but at the entrance of the door they left forty dead Mexicans Ah genor senor tell mo no more UTE My hoart can not endure it Mi madre wo answered Isabel must hear it alL Without it one can not learn to hate Santa Anna suff- Â¬ iciently and her small white teeth snapped savagely as sho touched the hands of Lopez with an imperative I have received a large iHvwee of Proceed Colonel Bowie was helpless in bed Two Mexican officers fired at him and one ran forward to stab him ere he died The dying man caught tho mur- Â¬ derer by the hair of the head and plunged his knife into his heart They went to judgment at tho same mo- Â¬ ami have marked same at prices unment heard of before in lliin eity in fact are I am glad of it Glad of it Tho m exceedingly cheap tlint iliey are bound to go quick at price named American would say to the Almighty The Grand Clearance Sale was suc- Â¬ Thou gavest mo life and Thou gavest me freedom freedom that is the no Â¬ cessful beyond the must sanguine exIn like bler gift of the two This man has pectation- ink There you nothing you d what printers when robbed mo of both And God is just promise to do The Judgo of tho whole earth will do The public generally ia invited to in- Â¬ right spect my new stock At noon only six of tho 183 wero Ynurs Vety Trulj left alive They were surrounded by GEO M WILLGIXG Castrillon and his soldiers Xavier IXTKRIOR DECOKATOK says his General was penetrated with 32 31 Xo 206 W Mam Si admiration for those heroes Ho spoko sympathizingly to Crockett who stood in an angle of tho fort with his shat Â¬ tered rifle in his right hand and his massivo knife dripping with blood in his loft His faco was gashed his white hair crimson with blood but a score of Mexicans dead and dying were around him At his side was Travis but so exhausted that ho was scarcely alive Castrillon could not kill theso heroos He asked their lives of Santa Anna who stood with a scowling sav Â¬ age face in tho last citadel of his foes For answer ho turned to the men around him and said with a malignant emphasis Fire It was the last vol- Â¬ ley Of tho defenders of the Alamo not one is left Mrs Burrs lie member the Alamo W GOODS HEWPEIGES NEW WALL PAPERS New Window Shades Â¬ ADRUFF DRESS AND FASHION Domestic anil Imported XoTeltles of Every farther for a splendid bargain in Staple Ton Boiit Have to Go a Step THE SHORTEST THE QUICKEST BBTWKEK Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida TIME 28 HOURS The Only Line Runuiug Through Sleepiug Can Cineinnatfto Jack- sonvilie Wltliout Change Prootor The millionaire are a large and important element in our popula- Â¬ tion and as they elected Harrison President their modesty in demand ing only half the seats in his Cabinot can not be too much commended In dianapolis Sentinel Â¬ Â¬ his whiskers with Yankee shavin soap Chicago News It seems that there are only four millionaires in the new Cabinet Blaise Wlndom Wanamaker and at low prices and we have them KepuDhcan Ingratitude Daring the last twonty- - four years tho colored people of tho United States FBOKJONCTIOX CTTY TO hove furnished about one fifth of tho votes that gave the Republican party CHATTANOOGA all the offices and spoils it has en- Â¬ BLRMINGHAiT joyed Without those colored votes MERIDIAN It would have been all that time in a JAOIvSON powerless minority In that time a YIGKSBaRG new generation of negroes born and MOBILE educated in freedom has added largely to the Republican vote But still tho Close ouBWlhiH Ma4e at New Or Â¬ Republican party tolls the colored leans wtth SatMbern Pacific voter that he must not ask for any irtsl Texas PaeiMc for office that amounts to any thing for Texas Mexico California even the most highly cultivated and qualified and honored leader of tho 12 Hours Qaieker tluui any other Line negro race No wonder the colored Direct Conueetioa Made a I Shrevepert people failed to vote In the South where the Republican managers sent with Texa and Paeiiie Ri no Bpeakerj and preferred to mako widHMit 1nuMfer Utr Notiwm 5 ezzs Mesko California capital out of the non voting rather than to see negroes in possession of and the West offices after the election St Louis PostrDispatgh address Suitor lUrteA Maps s FRANK W WOOLBY CORRECT CONDUCT Pawn Ak Lexlngiin Ky m C S BARRETT A OEKTLavAS always precedes a lady Trav Vmm Agt Ttiatiaiionga Tenn going ap aad dowa stairs THBSHOKTIilNE did not exist and subject persons visiting our establishment to disappointment and chagrin Every word in this announcement and all else we say is based upon strong abiding confidence in our ability to delight and satisfy those who call We have such unequaled facilities for buying that we feel that successful competition with our goods and prices is impossible Call it audacity assurance cheek or confidence it means faith m our aisiisf to please the public When we give you a 7c Calico for 5c and a 10c Gingham or Shirting for 7cM there is a silent logic in the proceeding that needs no conviction Â¬ Â¬ for us to claim to offer inducements It WoTillje tlae Greatest Folly that gPEQa2w3Jj and Fancy Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hats Clothing Underwear Trunks Valises 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 Â¬ Â¬ ful bargains Mens Cassimere Pants for 125 that you never saw less than 250 A good Union Cassimere Suit for Men only 325 you ought to see it Mens all wool Cassimere Suits 875 worth 14 An extra suit for 1150 that sells for 18 everywhere Call and see these goods It will do you good to look at such values In this department you will Clothing Department see wonder- Â¬ Tt gTALK IS CHEAP but we have endeavored to give some wholesome facts for all those J GenM Oadlt HKr D O Edwahbs Gen Pas Agt CtVCIXNATI O Bbead saeakl always be taken from the bread plate with the fingers EnonETTz ts satisfied II the departing gaest takes leave only of Us best and host Â¬ Tw rielio 37 Hd li ottaohs In Par Iivr BooM C plank walk frem Mifit ion Apply to HIS Main street Geo H Myefis ob A9KWT 8 D PARHtBH aaa carry us naun tusaaad It is proper to leevo cards when calling on a lady If she be engaged aad can not be eea A 1HN16TBB should be eaned doctor if heisadoctorefdivwity If he Is not plain Mr is proper IVhbi a ireaUeaan makes a formal call he sheuld leave Ms heavy coat m the haiy ess who lay out CASH for anything that people wear from sole to crown And now all we can do is to extend to one and all rich and poor a most earnest aM cordial invitation to visit us we will risk all the rest To look is to buy but dont fail to loolj whether you want to buy or not Yery Respectfully - RAMSEX OLDHAM 6 Vj Undressed sealskin which closely surance at uclual coat should write for resembles natural plucked beaver but circulars to Is slightly curled is likely to be ex Â¬ Security Mutual Brnbfit Society tensively used this winter for trim Â¬ 233 Broadway New York ming cloth cloaks and dresses N Y This society claims that for clx years World the cost to a member of middle age 1ms A Blue Jay on a Spree been Less than Twelve Dollars a Naw sir I ran him down Hes Year for each thousand dollars of in- Â¬ 30- drunk on mad berry I didnt shoe surance hlra so s ud our little stablo boy John Henry Wo emmlnwl ttiA HARRISON D MILLER Lbluo jay It was lyine in the bovs log IRVINE STREET hand with a sort of contented dotes far menl expression on its face Its head Next Door to Post Office wagged ridiculously in the effort to hold it up It was a common North American drunk nothing Jess The bird was intoxicated on the berries of tho Pride of China known throughout tho South as the poison or mad berry Done Promptly CARPETS LAID IN In Florida thousands of respectable FINESTYLE Give him a Call i4- Northern robins that would blush to do it at home are found lying about in tho State of grossest drunkenness from the same cause Wo wondered if some blue ribbon society might not be prof Â¬ itably started smnnv tiuu rvrn- - m W E Grlnslead Co S W Cr 7tb But thoy do cot know any better Wo dMaln Sta LnvbivtHe Ky uuvo aia acvaatage over them we Ollt Mr IV T niroonvwn u ill Ks in know the mad berry when we see day ft Richmond on every county euri their It ia to ouij disgrace If we do not let it Wilt ball countv MfronantH at W E GRINSTEAD fc CO stnies aloae Youths Companion LOUISVILLE KY prominent in the plaid Ostrich feather fans have reached a size that is phenomenal The Largest and Finest Hotel in The Ideal cloth costume of the pres Â¬ the city ent season is as severe in outline and finish as a riding habit to 4 Per Day Ice cream spoons aro out in uniquo patterns with gold lined bowls and According to rooms elaborately wrought handles Turkish and Buseian Baths in Novelties in match cases decidedly 32 31 costly and elegant by the way aro of Hotel corrugated gold Cigarette cases in similar pattern have also appeared LIFE INSURANCE Silver ones some of them have the AT ACTUAL COST owners monogram or initials on ona Persons desirous of obtaining life in corner wrought In gold ionable popularity Silver candlesticks for dinner tablo ornamentation are unusually handsomo this season The salient features in tho newest silks are In armures a fine birds eyo pattern in gros grains medium reps in ottomans smaller cords than last season Directoire and empire desigm aro favored for little girls as well as for their oldors Amateur dressmakers should remem Â¬ ber that when the bodice closes diag- Â¬ onally a curving seam down the center of tho front is absolutely necessary to secure a good fit The white and gold furniture of tho French Kings era continues to bo patronized The new ostrich plumes show com- Â¬ binations of very dark colors black with green navy blue or dark brown being the extreme of fashion Largo plaids should be made up bias of the goods the skirts but lightly draped The bodice should be made of plain material of the color most Jairy lamps do not decrease in fash- Â¬ Description WTCMSfllMMlS DEALER IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware t tc Special attention given to SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING- - Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver S to the Dont forget the place next door Pit office Richmond Ky jan4 lf SALT -- - HOUSE Rates25o vii Furniture Eepairing UPHOLSTERING wholesale Grocery V 35