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customers and friends who rany take advantage and Ave Wiutr Ii Store offer taken at any time will correct irregu- Â¬ larities of tho Stomach and Bowels stlmulato tbo Liver and cure Sick Headache Ayera Pills as all know who nso them ore a mild cathartic pleasant to tako and always prompt and satisfactory in their results I can recommend Ayera Pills above all others baring long proved their value- as a Hess Lclthsville Pa Ayera Pills havo been In nso in mv family upward of twenty years and liave completely verified nil that is chdmed for them Thomas F Adams Su Diego Texas I havo used Ayera Pills In my fami Â¬ ly for seven or eight years Whenei or 2 havo an attack of headache to w hich I am very subject I tako a doso of Aj ers Pills and am always promptly relieved them I find In myequally beneficial in colds and family tboy are used for bilious complaints and other disturb- Â¬ ances with such Rood effect that we rare- Â¬ ly if ever havo to call a physician II Voullieme Hotel Voullfemc SaraÂ¬ toga Springs N Y lor myself and family Cathartic T J G W EVANS M D AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Feooad street GOOES FROM EVERY BEMRTIEfP Goods jue22tf DR T J TAYLOR in our stock on the CIIEAP TABLE at very reduced rates Praelitiouer in Medicine ami Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes june22t Grocery Store Silks Woolen Dress Calicoes DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxous Up Stairs R MleiKt Ml Cor Main ami Tates Creek Avenue juite 22 tf Offers Iris profWtenal services to the imblte fMtiee in drug store on louer Main july27 ly Street Rtetimotid Ky Y Cottons Hosiery Underwear Ayers Pills MEPAEED BIT Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Knit Skirts Ribbons Laces Handkerchiefs Yeiling i Sold by all Dealers In Mcdlcmo 43 SalC ZA WEEK r 7 DR PHIL ROBERTS KID GLOYES ETC ETC ESPECIALLY e lmJ tok2e the 15 Instalment sytKm U i - conveatcnt bujtr i suit The WCfrS CRSr M W 11 j feao- T SEXSMlTil M D AND SURGEON serxices J0 WE s CALL ATTENTION TO OUR P PHYSICIAN Offers Ms 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HOUSE ICY S40 to Insure Sis Richmond Ky A Living Colt Attorney at RICHMOND E T BURNAM Xsam KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F juue 22 It nam hi First Street HI The Olothier AT McKEES OLD STAND Attorney at Eaaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE mi First street same an formerly occupied by County Judge Miller oet6 J A SULLIVAN ly CS Attorney atKYIaisr RICHMOND Office oh Second POWELL Street Gor First and Main Streets - Hichmond Ky jane 22 tf Season payable when coalt is foaled Will keep jennets on crass for 10 centi per day In nil cases the grazing must bo paid when the jennet is taken auay every care will betaken but 110 responsibility for accidents or escapes BOUHBON CHIEF is 16 hands 3 incites high without shoes and weighs 1200 pounds making him the biggest jack iu tho world lie is coal hlnck with mealy nose mid for bone weight style action and appearance has 110 equal Boukbon Chief was sired by Bed monds Hercules lie by PattersonV Buena Vista lie by old Buena Vita he by Imported Mammoth 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HaUIfe TrvIne Ktreet three bors from MSin for retit Terms rensouahle 43 14 D H MYERS A niee fVttnKe H MYERS Robert Barracks was a sincere though highly artificial man That is to say he was nothing of a hypocrite in spite of the fact that ho had ono false eye a woodon leg an auburn wig an artificial larynx not to men- Â¬ Kteam tion fivo vory handsome sots of teeth The only ongnal Harrison man I whieh he wore on different occasions 1z comos la n lekra From etery resjion as tho spirit moved him I This thick mullitultKHis Uamson raan Tho only act ot deception of which O hes thl ekor than bees in the bvekwhoat Robert Barracks had over been guilty and plover hail concealed from Ho swarms llko mosiuitoo- - la Jersey he files was that he Llfco the black eload ot locusts that swarmed tho fair Amanda Perkins with Bgypt o or whom ho waa deeply in lovo tho un- Â¬ So deno thtt it darkened tho light of tho doubted fact that hu had one eye ono skies O he comas In Croat droves Iile a tBilo la leg a head of hair ono larynx and no vision end of p arly white teeth in tho grave He comes down in hordes likp a wild ear tran and that a census of his original feat He comes from eaeu piny dad tsct and per suas on urea would disclose the unhappy truth This oaly orginal Htrrkon raan that there was but sevon tenth3 of his In a great inundation personality left to declare tho passion He ftjods the whole Nntton This onlyorglaal Uarrloa man ho felt for tho lovely hoiross Barracks had met Misa Pork ins ex- Â¬ And he wnnts to go up nod govern AlasUi And he wants to be Minister down to Peru clusively by moonlight Ho had court- Â¬ And he wants to be Consul in wild MadtRasoar ed her by moonlight proposed by And he wnts the post orHoe in Ilalamtioa moonlight and had been accepted by 11 fiot he wants to be sp oid out like butter All over the world from Mime to Janan moonlight The roleutloss glare of the To be scattered round thick from Cork to Calsun had neer lit coineidently upon tho cutta form of Robert Bunacks and Amanda This only original Harrison man He wants the whole planet Perkins never had the fond young To run It and man It couple bathed together in tho offuhjont This thick mult tudinous Harrison man light of n single ray Had it bevm 3 W Fos In Yankee lllado otherwise our story would probably never havo beon written Amanda BARON MUNCHAUSEN firmly bolievod that her Robert was u The Idle History of the Most Accom- Â¬ perfect specimen of maturo manhood plished Liar of the Last Century and Barracks had permitted hor to so Doos any ono nowadays read Baron Â¬ Munchausen or has ho beon quite su- Â¬ bolicvo rather than confess that a respectable minority of his being was perseded by Julos Vcrno and other dead and buried modern wonder workers In 1785 ap- Â¬ Alas for trusting woman and deceitful peared a narrative of Marvelous man murder will out Travels and Campaigns in Russia It happened osrly in September last published under tho name of Baron that Barracks hod laid in his winter Munchausen though its author was E It Raspc a nativo of Cassol As supply of logs oyes tooth and IooUb Â¬ tho Munchausens were actually an old his troussoau as ho called it in conversation with himsolf and was fully Â¬ and poworful family it is rather surprising that Ilaspe should have adopted prepared for tho oxigencjos of lifo for year to their name though an ingenious reason one felt ready como at the very loaat Â¬ and to call upon the fair obfor his doing so has beon recently ject of his affections and by tho soft elaborated light of the flickering logs ask Miss Before hi3 timo thcro appeared in namo tho Ualborstadt a handsome well dressed Perkins todrop Amio day I will a lino quoth ho stranger who called himself Baron and toll hor to oxpoct me thitt evening Carl Friodrich Munchausen He was well received there and soon married at 930 And ho sat down and wroto to an elderly heiress who considered his Amanda to that effect addressed the titlo an ample exchange for her money it The Baron told her dazzling stories of envelope scaled any raailod it and then forgot all about thing in tho world his wealth although ho confessed that savo tho stock matket among whose it was at tho time so involved by a law- Â¬ listed sccuritios woro ono or two seven suit and sundry other legal complica- Â¬ tions that he could not obtain the use or eight per cent dividend paying pharos not wholly unknown to Mis3 of it In order to hasten these pro-Â¬ ceedings ho proposed going to tho Perkins safe doposit box As nino oclock struck Robort north of Gormanyand thoy accordingly his wont to Jevor near which there was drossod for ho call and precisely at mounted the steps of an estato actually belonging to tho 930 oclock tho Perkins mansion and rang the boll Munchausens and on this property tho Miss Perkins is not in said the Baron attempted to raise money by answering flunkey but she requested ten- Â¬ moans of mortgagos Noithor the ants nor notaries doubted his title to mo to hand you this note Thanks said Roberts toaring tho tho ostates but tho more cautious envolopo from the noto and reading money lenders insisted on delay and half aloud and half to himself as fol-Â¬ f urthor inspection of his claims lows Meantime the Baron and his wifo October 6 1883 were cordially ontertainod by thoncigh Set rt Iterraeli Eq Is over between us I And Dear boring dignitaries who woro never you are Sir All to tbo false world false to tired of hearing about his extraordi- Â¬ Do not try to false me more I con nevermo see bo Ho had visited tho yours nary advonturos AHASBA Pehkins P S Inolosed please Mad proofs ot your Holy Land Grooco Egypt Nubia and AP had most remarkable tales to toll of falseness a mad sob Robort Barracks With the ovonts which bofoll mo in thoso dashed down the stops and rushing to One day however ho wont his apartment as fitst as his artificial countries too far and referred to bis previous log would permit throw himself upon marriage with a daughter of Major 3ils folding bed and wept copiously with G en oral von Wordcr One of tho ladies good eye tearing his blonde wig prosont seemed much perplexed and lis madly all tho whilo and uttering tho finally told Munchausen that sho most piercing shrioks of which his could not in the least understand this false larynx was capable statement as sho know that Goncral I am lost ho whisperod hoarsely von Wordors only daughter had marÂ¬ and indeed it was so for boforo him Ba- Â¬ ried a gontleman in JSaxony Tho woro tho proofs which Amanda had ron blushed stammered and admitted inclosed in hor lotter They wero in that ho had manufactured tho cntiro this form 6tory Nsw Vobk Oct 1 1888 Strango to sny his acquaintances Xobtrt Barraclt Etq To merely laughed at tho occurrence and bept 1 OnoUniversal rarnlshinz Co Dr false leg mahogaav nickel contented themselvos with calling him 8 25 knee decorated calf One gross blue eyes variegated a boaster As yet they did not doubt SO pupils agate finish Suddenly the town his pretensions Repairing knee pan on rosewood was electrified by tho news that tho limb two new toes and altera Â¬ 10 tions ot instep Barons wifo had been shot while lying in her bed It was tho Baron who Sept 5 Three sets pearl finish teeth full 73 Jeweled found hor but sho was quite dead 40 Four heads ot auburn hair S Repairs to larynx whon ho gave tho alarm and though ho appeared to bo frantic with grief Total taa ho could make no suggestions In re- Â¬ Please remit gard to tho possiblo murderer All Ho had been guilty of Poor Robert tho ovidenoo obtained by tho polico that fatal error that old old story pointed to his own guilt and ho was that twico nay ono hundred and twioo accordingly Thon thcro told talo of mixing up his lovo letters arrested woro found among his papera letters and his bills payable N Y Evening Stttu uddrossed to Baron Scharrenschlld and ho confessed undor pressure that BOOTHS KINDNESS this was his truo name and that ho Saved n Voudc had assumed that of Munchausen Al- Â¬ How lie Btnge Managers Actor from His Wrath though it was known that he hod an Is doubtful If there is a member interest in his wifos death boing of It theatrical profession more be- Â¬ tho greatly in need of hor money ho loved and kindly thought of by his would not ftCBirowlcdge that as tho fellows and all who como in contact reason but declared that ho had dono with him than Edwin Booth To ob Â¬ tho deed in attempting to shoot a pet tain an engagement in his company is dog which had annoyed him This not only looked upon as an explanation only proved that ho was a delight and many a young honor but stageling willing to lie to tho lost as neither ho has had to thank his lucky stars for nor tho Baroness hod such a dog tho interposition of the great tragedi- Â¬ Application was mado to tho real an in saving him from tho stage man Â¬ Munchausens for any information thoy agers wrath An instance might havo concerning tbo Baron not long ago Mr Booth occurred had tho Scharrenschlld and it camo out that stage and at the end of a soliloquy impostor bearing that namo had tho was to be caught up by ono of tho with no recommendation except his young men of the company But tho mannor and assurances married and young man failed to appear at tho deserted a daughter of tho house In proper time Mr Booth managed 1704 the man was executed undor tho however by his countenanco to so on namo of Scharronschild but who ho gogo tho attention of the nudionco that camo could was and whence ho really no stago wait was apparent At last Thoso occur- Â¬ never bo discovered tho young min still absent and rences wore not soon forgotten In Ger- Â¬ Mr Booth unable to carry tho sceno Â¬ many and any man who talked boastlonger was about to havo tho curtain fully of travels duels or adventures rung down whon another member was said to be another Baron Mun- Â¬ with tho part sprang into tho Tho encyclopaedias attribute familiar and saved tbo scene Whon chausen breach the origin of the name to the existence tho act was over Mr Booth Inquired of a real Baron Munchausen who was as to the dolay It took Manager famous for his largo stories but as ho Doud about two seconds to bring tbo died In 1797 and muot therefore havo delinquent who had forgotten all been living whon tho book was first about another entrance and had donned published tho account horo given his street costume on tho stage whore Gentleman1 seoms more probable ho proceeded to administer to tho ofÂ¬ Magazine fender a tongue lashing such as all who know him are familiar with Just as ho was waxing most oloquont and Spring Jledieino necessity of a spring medicine about ready to dump a whole tubful of The young actor And wrath on tho shaking I almost universally admitted Mr Booth stopped forward and raising f Hoods SursapnrtllB superiority Hie his hand said softly I dont think for this viurprte becuniea trior and Mr Doud I would say any thing moro more widely known every year That to him on tho subject Ho undoubt- Â¬ power to purify the blood and these edly feels as bad as ho can and I doubt elements of sltength and health whleii his boing likely to make tho mistako B Tho young man up to tho again tho system craves and to vhicl so susceptible at this reason are posÂ¬ prosont time has carried out Mr Chicago Journal sessed by this peculiar medicine in a Booths predictions pim Â¬ pre eminent degree Scrofula At Prices Station Mo a man ples bolls or any humor bllliousuess named Faithful has beon postmaster eick headache catarrh for somo years Ho resigned and rec-Â¬ dyspepsia rheumatism or nay disease or affec Â¬ ommended a certain Crook aa his suc Â¬ tions caused or promoted by Impure cessor There may be nothing in a blood or low filate of the syetera are nrirae but if there Is a change from Try the Faithful to Crook Bccms hardly deslr cured by Hoods BarsHparlHa able 48 47 mediclue peculiar Â¬ 1 m He grows up like grass where the cold waters lie in toma toc Hes widely diffused as the Mars of the sky Il ja float n round th ik as moats In tho sunbeam As th ck as the rain when tbo delude began lies thick as tho shadows taat follow the sua Htory of Robert Dnr rackn nn Artificial Blan lint Trnc OF FUN People call it putting tip n n hotel because there is eitteh that they Is it not lovely With lips slightly parted her chest have to pat up with Teacher Well Willie Joaes heaving with gentlo oxcitement and hor oyes luminous with the dreamy here you are late again When I have exultation of a deeply poetic nature a few moments to spare I shall ebaetise Willie Jones Please Glycorino McCurdy In the first flush you severely sir you neednt hurry yourself I eaa of her radiant young womanhood OoicUn Dugi leaned forward and drank in the glori- Â¬ wait-Bertfja Confidence GrandsBa ous beauty of the landscape Her com- Â¬ is oor teef good Grandma No panion was a young man with a broad intellectual forehead a cultivated eye- - darling Ive got none how tmforUt Bertha Then Ill give oe gloss and a pair of tho most orthotic nately logs that over wobbled Persons who my nuts to mind till I come bade havo gazed in speechless admiration racijie Metkothrt Old Lady You seem to have a at thoso logs but we digress Yes madiroe At their feet bathed in tho hazy cold sir Stranger Well I tell you what you splendor of an Indian summer after- Â¬ Old Lady noon broke the murmuring wavelets do Jes go home and put your feet of tho romantic Calumet whoso blue in a tub o hot mustard water aa expanse reflected in itn plaoid bosom Stranger gruffly Thats Sae ad-Â¬ tho golden sky overhead and the rich vice to give a man with a cork leg America autumnal tints of tho arboreal vegeta- Â¬ now aint it Minister Well Bobby what did tion thnt fringed its shores Bobby Lovoly eohocd the young man In you learn at school to day reply to the exclamation of his fair I learned that the world is round companion It Is beautiful beyond and turns on hinges like that one in the parlor Minister Well what description Bobby I With his soul In his eyes tho ecstatic did you think of that youth was looking at tho rapt face be think they ask mo to believe a good V T Stm deal for a small boy side biro and not at the landscape FULL The Heart Rendlnz Tragody of Promising Yoanjr lives Two EULET MELONES WOOING RUSSIA Glycerine ba said and his voice vibrated with emotion aro there not tiroes wlien the eoul freed from its fleshy thraldom hold still for Heav Â¬ ens soke With a poworful sweep of his arm he struck to tbo earth a native mo- Â¬ squito and stood over it with clenched Sat and flashing eyes It Is dead he panted Eulet Molono said the maiden with ashen lips I thank you You havo saved ray life Dont mention it my darling ho exclaimed A vivid blush overspread the face of tlie lovely young girl Forgive me Glycerine murmured Eulet for my presumption in thus ad- Â¬ dressing you but I oan keep silent no longer Ho bent over her and his breath fanned her glowin j cheek as he went on impetuously Glycerine McCurdy together wo havo fished for ring porch from the breakwater forded Derborn street aft- Â¬ er a shower at the risk of our lives braved the atmosphere of Bridgeport read Browning till we havo experi- Â¬ enced n goneness that nothing but fried oysters would assuage and together we have wandered on these classic banks until I havo felt that life would be a beastly sham n cold fraud without you Glycerine I Do not say it Mr Melone said tho young lady with averted face Not say it he demanded hotly After the soul communion we have had for years tho encouragement you havo given me not to speak of the bullion and caramels yon have but let that pass Why may I not express tho motions of my soul Glycerin Mc- Â¬ Curdy Because and there was a de sparing wail in her voice as she moved away from him and drew a long shud dering breath because Eulet Me- Â¬ lone I can never marry a man that Chicago Trtbune eats onions ABOUT Prevent INDIGESTION Ratine Any Thins DurÂ¬ ing Hnslness Hour Indigestion is something more than A body simply an inconvenience which is served with food by a dyspep- Â¬ tic stomnch receives very poor ma- Â¬ terial of which to rebuild its tissues Nbno of tho food Is perfectly digested and hence tho quality of all the tis- Â¬ sues is deteriorated Tho stomach sometimes holds up wondorfully under tho heavy burdens laid upon it and digests a much larger amount of food than is necossary to supply tho wants of tho body In such cosestho ex- Â¬ cessive amount of nutriment received Is olther at once oxcreted or accumu- Â¬ clogging tho lates in tho tissues various organs and Interfering with their proper activity Accumulations of this sort are the chief causa of gout rheumatism blliousnes and numerous other disorders which aro usually attributed to other causes EatÂ¬ ing whon tired and ongaging in aotive mental or physical oxerclso immedi- Â¬ ately after a hearty meal are two of the most common sins against dietetic recititude in our modern civilization An old medical writer tells us that a hundred years ago it wa3 tho custom among the merchants of Edinburgh to take two hours nooning for dinnor in tho middlo of tho day during which timo the shops wero closed and all business suspended It is quito hope- Â¬ less to attempt a resurrection of this good old fashioned custom in these fast times and tho best thing wo can sug gest Is that no hearty meal should bo oaten during tho active businoss hours of tho day unless at least an hour or two can bo allowed after the meal has been taken to givo the stomach oppor- Â¬ tunity to get the digostivo process well undor way Tho plan which our per-Â¬ sonal experience leads us to prctor is to defer tho hoarty meal as did tho old Romans until tho latter part of tho day say four oclock in the afternoon taking if necessary an applo a bunch of grapes an orange or two or somo equally simple food at midday to ap pease tho clamoring of tho stomach until it has become accustomed to tho lengthened interval botwoon tho first and second meals Two meals a day aro in every way preferable to a larger Tho ancient Greeks and Ro- Â¬ number mans took but one meal per diem During the republican era the Roman custom was to eat twice a day break- Â¬ fast being simply a light repast of fruit and bread At tho present timo tho plan prevails quito ox tonsivoly in Franco and Spain especi- Â¬ ally among tho bettor classes Tho inmates of tho hospitals in Paris aro supplied with but two meals a day Tho samo is truo respecting tho sol Good dlors of tho French army Health ay It by Not lixtrneta front Mapotaka AVork on the Pewsassary Serfdom ax etahlihed in Kmula ky law and custom took in the reginnt where it struck root a form peculiar ts iteelf The landlords allotted to poarant household a quantity of and allowed them to give to its ctsltt-vatioa for their own beDeflt proportion of their time For the of their timo they labored masters land for hU sole bumjfll pa eeiving therefor neither food mar may Few were the eae9 when for m oiwweo tho master ways a maimfaetnie where tho serfs worked for Mam throughout the week aad were bsmrs ed and lodged at his expense The allotment system of land prevailed everywhere and the government at tempted to regulate the relations between acrf by a law prescribing three ae the normal proportion of gnilnins work in the landlords fields and three days in the peasants Thin wm however never strictly enforced RaÂ¬ pacious masters could make thsjtr peaaanU work as long as they thought fit Many kept their serfs four or five some it wax rnmored six days eest ef -the seven leaving only Sunday far the Railway Superintendent to Ap- Â¬ cultivation of their own Isotdtaga It Have you sufllcient nerve was evident that this state of ihimp plicant and courage to do your duty in times could not lat- - The economies hvw of danger Applicant with a su Â¬ that the producers remonemiion ena perior smile Nerve and eouragesir not fall below the minimum mscewnry I jest ate three of those railway sand Â¬ for keeping him alive and tttmMiny wiches downstairs Superintendent hira to rear children operates aariekly g to Clerk Give this man an engine and peremptorily in every on the limited night run community The master ena not Primitive Arithmetic New MisÂ¬ change hb slaves for an equal number tress And what wages do you ex Â¬ of fresh ones after having worn thorn pect New Cook Well mum it out The improvident seigneur Is in Â¬ depends on the style you live in If evitably ruined and stern necessity im Â¬ Im to do the dining room entrance posed the three days rule as being the all and doorstep as well as the cook- Â¬ only one which sufficed to keen the ing like in a middle das ouoo human cattle in good health and twenty pounds a year But if Pm to strength It prevailed generally have a kitchenmaid to dp and noth- Â¬ throughout the country The p one onto ing but the cooking to attend to like gave up to their mac tors three days a in a gentlemans ouse I shall require week or to speak more exactly one forty London ranch half of their labor men women and Talking about dogs df keen scent horses and kept the remainder for I have one that will compare favora- Â¬ themselves bly with any of them Remarkable EFFECTS OF COFFEE dog eh I should say so Tha A Useful Preventive Agalast Infos Wo M other day he broke his chain and and KpWemlo Diseases though I had been away for hours he Coffee owes its stimulating aad re tracked me and found me merely by freshing qualities to caffeine It I scent What do you think of that contains gum and sugar fat I think you ought to take a bath casein and wood fiber Like tea it Lincoln Journal powerfully increases the respiration Teacher Johnny I should think but unlike it does not affect its depth you would be ashamed of yourself to By its use the rate of the pulse is in- Â¬ run away from school for the sake of creased and the action of the skin ttt floating around in that old leaky fiat mlnlshed It lessens the amount of bottomed boat Werent you afraid of blood sent to the organs of the body getting drowned Johnny Nom distends the veins and contracts the not so much as on shore Teacher capillaries thus preventing waste of What nonsense Did you ever hear of tissue It is a mental stimulus of a any body going out in a boat for fear high order and one hat Is liable to Johnny of getting drowned great abuse Carried to exeess it Yesm astonished Teacher produces abnormal wakefulness indi Barm-lon Who Johnny Noor gestion acidity heart burn Free Press of irratablllty debility They were talking about photo Â¬ trembling irregular pulse a kind graphs and some one ventured the of intoxication ending in de- Â¬ opinion that as a rule very homely lirium and great injury to the people took a fairly good picture and spinal functions Unfortunately thorn vice versa Now Ml3 Brighteye are many coffee tipplers who Jspond said De Jones tell me honestly what upon as a drunkard upon his eras it kind of a picture do you think Id On the other hand coffee is of sover Â¬ Miss Brighteye who has not eign oMcacy in tiding over the nerv Â¬ take Oh Mr Da ous system in emergencies heard the discussion Onfee k Jones I think youd take a perfectly ako in its place an excetent anoM Yitnkte Blade lovely picture eine In typhoid fever its action hi It it frequently prompt and decisive ABOUT EAR RtNGS indicated in the early stages before Mcdlonl Advice as to llercteg the Har for local complications arise Cones dis Â¬ Orrsamentf as aa stupor and There is a custom a relic of savage pelsmany kinds lethargy and antMoto is vnhv of poison for life by which the women of our day w bootahnj seek to add attraction to their beauty aWe in spasmodic asthma infantum and Asintfe the piercing of the lobe of the ear eough eholera also exeetent as a cholera It is and wearing in the hole some form of and ornament an ear ring This operation vontive against infectious performed as a rule as soon as a diseases In districts rife with msluiht is drinking of bet little miss has arrirod ax the age of and fever the into the open stir accountability and it id relegated to before passing A enabled persons living i tho hands of artisans fewelers escape contagion piece of flesh is puneed out of the to Contmerc lobe so that a small canal remains a piece of string a straw or any thing VOMEN A3 NOVELISTS convenient that vlll go through cov Â¬ swMt Br XaGtssh ered perhaps by grease or vaseline fa What Mr GIMltaM Have ta Sy Abostt Tsmmh pushed into the hole The little girl The attitude of two diatinwisheil goes around for a week or two with a men one a philosopher and sttvinonnd dirty string or traw in her ear the the other a scholar aad statesman or lobe is swollen and looks ugly but the subjeet of novels dealing with the never mind it will add to her beauty philosophic or religious problems and in the end The wound may become particularly novels of this elinraeter very much inflamed so that aa ab- Â¬ written by women are interesticf scess of the lobe may take pi ice aad Mr Gladstone evidently thinks such and when this is cured the ear may be novels worthy of serious coTisideratiosu disfigured for life The lobe may b e He dignified Mrs Wards Robert I3t shrunken in consequence or the bole mere with a magazine article com Â¬ may be too large This perhaps does bating its religious eonoimsons aad but it he has written another magazine arÂ¬ not happen very frequently nevertheless happens and the work ticle on the latest novel of Margaret has to be repaired if possible by the Lee dealing with the divorce question surgeon It is a pity that this oper- Â¬ as bis text Dr MeCosh ax presidont ation can not be relegated to surgery of Princeton College in a recent news Â¬ Surgeons operate doily for cosmetic paper article referred to the novels of effect why may they not do this It this character and gave his opinion of would be prophylaxis rather than cure Whilo he treats women as novelists Somo women will insist upon wear Â¬ the value of the didactic novel flip- Â¬ ing heavy pendant ear rings Theso pantly and satirically he compliments by their weight will enlarge the hole women novel writers and gives excel The ent reasons for their aucceos in this and make the loba unsightly surgeons knife has also been required field of literary endeavor He remarks to remedy this oviL Theso pendant Of late years our best novels have beeet writ Â¬ ear rings are very apt to catoh in dra-Â¬ ten by ladies I rather tatak that tats will contatatlUve peeeeaa ons of pery It is gratifying to know that tinue Women aad tandor than stare chsrocter are less frequently men hare keener eaa etsabue aa awe women pendant oar rings boeoee They Â¬ The con- and children with sentlasesssa xaaoners ood worn now than formerly oonrscr pletaresqee Ma wo census of opinion seems to bo in favor dress moreOur novats are now of the wrtttca betas close to tho ear that sex can of thoso that lie with a purpose not merely toavvaaa a ptctarc an if in tho do not hang down A stiver leaf or a but to promote a eaasei It and lrvelts oa battle of diamond drop set into tbo pink ot a near future theIn SeUoa retlsjtoa war to a large The be fought well shaped lobe is a thing of beauty will wHl be one of amaaoas aavt with amo xtent iledital Clonics rous The weapons of warfare wtU at he rep and a joy forever Ka b t A a 4 slave-ownin- je 16 il is oa X all at he cr at e- - it It y all and you ir as e of or- - sea can the lislt ead- - f i are not rip- jeer 17 S icon calces em 11 and Â¬ he 1 ST ls Sheop are fond of the young trees andif well fed will be lest apt to at Â¬ tack older ones tho bark of which has becomo rough But it is always safest to avoid all danger by applying to tho bark something which will repel them Different substances have been used of tho host of which is a mixture of lime wash common or whale oil soap and sheep dung Mix troll into a thick liquid or paste and apply to tho bark se m 5 Tho number of nsAn isges is in tha proportion ot 76 to evary L00O individ Â¬ uals Marriages are more firequont after equinoxes that U during the months of June and December Tho people agreed- - Tho guilders man blow upon a pipe and all the rats in tho city followed the piper to the river Wesor where they were drowned The people withhold the stipulated reÂ¬ ward on tho plea that Bunting was a sorcerer Thon ho vowed vengeance On June 26 ho reappeared this time fierce of mien and dressed as a hunter and blow a different tune on bb pipe Straightway the little children one hundred ind thirty in all came run Â¬ ning after him and he led them up to tho Koppenberg a hill inthe neigh Â¬ borhood which opened and swallowed them up According to one account two only wero saved one was blind tho other dumb and while the dumb boyvpoihted out the locality of the tragedy the blind ono related what ha bad heard and felt In other accounts the solo survivor was a lame boy who ad been unablo to keep up with the crowd But ever after ho regretted that he had not shared th fate of his tej ant Qtunta companitdis The Pied Piper of Hamelln Hamelin Is a small town In Bruns Â¬ wick Germany In tho year 1234 the city so runs tho tale was overrun by rats One day a strange man fantas- Â¬ tically dressed who gave his name as Bunting camo and offered to extermiÂ¬ nate the vermin for five hundred reseated by swords aad gaas ban by bod loos and darning needles safciiiora aad breastpins Novels wlH havo to b met ay aovcts ending Post The fact that the doctor feels called upon to refer to them shows how potent the influence of such novels are and proves that he fears this influence to some extent Novet writlag women have eertalnly gained remarkable success and it is no small triumph for them to secure the recognition of seri- Â¬ ous attention from men of the character nd calibers of Mr Gladstone and Dr MeCesh St Louis FOstvDispatoa Bepartare From ordinary bushies nntlKHis is made by the tHanufaalHrers of Dr Pleroes Garden Medleal Dfeenvery in guaranteeing this worW famed remedy ftem from ee to care all dN u rangements of the liver or stomach as iHdrgestien or dyspepsia btlHoua Bcss or liver oriiplalHln or nmw im Â¬ pure blood as boMs Uotchoa pimpies salt rheum eruptlene boH dteeaw and sernftotetts seres and swellings and for Money kindred ailments Discovery prompUy retnfircd If on flr trkil it dont cure A Xew iG gbu Mrs w oaut ttleUei yak- pd Iff - difgnst even boilv w breath but we 1 Remedy xpM sod It Dont bawbaaK 1 a spit u Td v ffferve Cutsn lt - SfTf Is I - - THE CLIMAX fhe Climax Printing SPowell Wa G I OBUSHKi BVBBT WEDKESDXT BY Go White Cuas iri t - Rnssell Harrison son of the President and editor of the Montana Live Stock Journal was ar- Â¬ rested in New York on Thursday at the instance of ex Governor Crosby charged wilh libel He gave bail in the sum ol 5000 Â¬ THE STATE TREASURY 1SS7 Â¬ FRENCH TIPTON -- Editor llARRlSUX AXociVlL SERVICE- - ntlCE PKlt YEAR WEDNESDAY APRIL17 150 18S9 Yellow fover is doing deadly work at Rio Janerio The rash to Oklahoma is some thing of r craze Â¬ Senator Sherman is going to Europe in May Night before last was the 24lh ftBHiversary of the assassination of Preodeiit Lincolu 2 I The Prohibitionists oetint3 have nominated lev for the Legislature J of Scott Y Kel 4 Mi NsittieUa Dais known in KeHtwcky politics is one of the Hwrnaroas Uklaltoma boomers The Louisville colored Republi cans have resolved against the Alabama White mans RepuWi ciih party idea Richmond Â¬ The Lancaster News says that W O BradleyWJLandramW G Dunlap and John K Faulkner Sr Lancasters big lour have been to Washington Oitjr and returned empty handed As we predicted in our last issue their applications were premature since Uarrison had committed himself to the civil service doctrine We have inter- Â¬ viewed two of the four from whom we learn that the policy of the President was not to remove any officer without cause In fact when W O Bradley approached the President in behalf of Gen Landram for the appointment to the Pension Agencj of Kentucky Have you any he responded charges to prefer against Gen Buell the present incumbent 4I have not Bradley replied Gen Bnells term expires Jan 8 1S90 and he will not be removed until that time The civil service and the outs are evidently not harmonious elements Â¬ state Inspector Miller made his regular monthly examination of tlie con Â¬ dition of the State Treasury last Tues Â¬ day The amount of cash to the credit of the State in the Farmers Bank and the Branch Bank or Kentucky Is 299 47360 Against this sum there are outstanding checks to the amount of 522413 SO leaving a balauoe in favor of tbe Slate of S277059S0 These ex- Â¬ aminations which are very complete enteriug into every detail of the traus acliousof the Treasury are made at the beginning of each month thus fur- Â¬ nishing the Governor and the people through Inspector Millers reporis an exact knowledge of the condition of the finance of the State No business can be properly conducted where those who control It are unaware of their fi nancial standing and certnluly the Commonwealth of Kentucky can not afford to be without information as to its status This Insptclor Miller sup plies monthly in a succinct form and the Capital proposes that the actual substance of his reports shall be un derstauded by the people Frankfort Capital For The Cxixaz1 WHY X0T EXAMINE nearly two and a half times and that Ihe blue gross and hemp counties have become large producers of tobacco 110WS THIS I The two colts presented to George W Catarhh Cure Chllda by Mrs Grant after the death F J CHENEY CO Props of Gen Grant have been broken to Toledo Ohio double harness Mrs Cleveland will We the undersigned have known shortly be tbe guest of Mrs Child and F J Cheney for the last 15 years and will be the first to drive the span believe him perfectly honorable in all S D Goff Ike and Frewltt Van business transactions and financially Meter and N P Gay bought Wednes Â¬ able to carry out any obligation made day in Chicago 300 feeding cattle by their firm weight 1200 lbs West 370 They were Truax Wholesale Druggist pronounced equal to those raised in tlie Toledo Ohio blue grafs country Winchester Dem- Â¬ Welding Kinnaii Marvin Whole- Â¬ ocrat sale Diuggist Toledo O E H Van Hcosen Cashier Toledo At the sale of the late J B Wilgus National Bank Toledo O farm in Fayette Tuesday the laud Halls Catarkii Cure is taken In- Â¬ was divided into three parcels and ternally acting directly upon the blood sold at 120 77 and 4760 per acre Mrs Wilgus bought the home place and mucus surfaces of the system Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all containing 300 acres at the 42 45 Druggists price m Do 11 el son will make you as good a Every careful breeder of reputation keeps a stud book in which all the buggy or carriage as can be bought apr4 tf operations of his stable are duly enter- Â¬ anywhere iu America m ed stud visits produce sales etc BACKACIZES IV TOUIt Or yoa are all worn out really Rood for nothing and this should be a book of great It is general debility Try value on every stud farm as a history JiJlOHJCS IKON JUTTJinS euro you and elvc a cood appetite Sold It trill and reference Stock Farm dealers first-named We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- Â¬ FOR JAILER ward for any case of Catarrh that can for Jailer JOHN P WAflEnS Ik n not be cured by taking Halls of Madison county subject to the action of me uemocrAiic pariy JAMES C SADDLES HARNESS AXtfB Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac tion 01 tue uemocrauc puny SAMUEL BIUtJERSTAFH Is R candidal for Jailer of Madison county nubject to the The old and reliable Saddle and 3- action of the Democratic pjiriy Harness House of THOMAS 8 FEURELL Is a candidate for Jailer of Mndlson county subject to the 4ac- Â¬ tion of tbe Democratic party JOHN HILL Is it cnndldeate for Jailer of next to Medlson county subject to the action of tbe No 2G Second Street lscmucnuic pany House has a complete A JBRUADDUSisa candidate for Jailer Garnett of Madison county subject to the action of stock of 31- the Democratic purly GEOUUEW MAUPIN li o candidnte for Saddles Harness the Jailer of Madison county subject to I- action of the Democratic party Blankets Whips Spurs Horse LACKEY Is candidate for GEAR G W PICKBLS WE HAVE KOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOOK OF Bridles FOR ASSESSOR A J WILLOUGHBY a candidnte for Assessor or Madison county subject to the 3- action of the Democratic party W J HARVEY is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action -of 12the Democratic party C It TODOR is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the nctlon or the 13- Democratic party JOELTEMBRYisncandidale for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action -of Htlie Democratic party CONWAY DOZIER Is a candidate for or Madison county subject to the Assessor 37- action of the Democratic party D C RICE Is a cnndldato for Assessor of of the Madison county subject to the action 3Democratic party 1 Scrapers Boots Carry Combs Oils and Toe Weights Seaps everything else needed by persons who handle horses SERINS SSUMMER GOODS EVER DBICOXJGrlBCT by all in medicine n Va is not dead A A PATHETIC INCIDENT len aere lot that sold for 8300 Jive years ago was sold on Thurs The recent Samoan hurricane laet for 41000 continued with unabated violence throughout the night and day and Barry South published a card in into the succeeding night Ship hut Wednesdays Courier Journal after ship went to destruction on deetiting to longer he a candidate the reef entailing a loss of three for State Treasurer million dollars and 150 lives Republican Stale conven- Fifteen veesels had gone to pieces The tion to nominate a candidate for before the eyes of the U S Trenton who kept battling State Treasurer will convene in with the fury that every moment Louterille on tha 22nd of May was expected to demolish her Montana has elected a Demo The water broke in and put out cratic Legislature and that means the fires The Trenton with its two Democratic U S Senators four hundred and fifty tired agonized and helpless souls and with Dakota will soon fall into line a sublimity attained only by a Mahone lost 15000 in a wild ship in a storm floated toward the cat lumber scheme originated by reef while thousands of powerless Sorgean-at-arm- s of the Senate spectators stood in the gloom on Canaday and has sued for dama- - shore to witness the tragic close of an unparalleled scene Save the roar of the storm there was silence The first While Cap to be an awful hush At the last moconvicted is in Arkansas The ment the marine band of the follows across the Ohio who sneer appeared on deck and at justice in the South will make Trenton the Star Bangled Banner played a note of this until the thrilling strains were Tom OBrien for killing Bettie lost in the awful crash on the Shea at Lexington and Bill Fox rocks watchman at Paris depot for A BAWX AWTER killing an unknown negro have been held without bail The Chicago News grows truly numerous when it does grow or Governor Buckner has ordered Adjt General Castleman to select it doesnt grow at all Occasion300 State Militia to attend the ally it turns its factious eye toward Washington Inauguration Centen- Kentucky and never fails to bring nial at New York and the Govern- down the house The other day it perpetrated the folllowmg or will accompany the boys One Kentuckv gentleman meets Harlan county now has a news- another Kentucky gentleman and paper its first one The moun they address one another with that tains are rapidly filling up with solemn earnestness which is char- Â¬ newspapers Let tlie Harlan peo- acteristic of Southern high life Hope you ple read more and fight less and Good mohning sah theyll live longer to say the least are well sah Whar have you been this mohning I have just The new steamer Danmark was come Tom the coat house sah abandoned at sea COO miles off Sentoh Blackbuhn has been maktfce coast of Ireland but what ing a speech the finest speech I went with lite passengers and have heard since the wall He is crew numbering nearly seven a bawn awter sah a bawn aw- hundred is a mystery The aban ter A bawn awter Dont doned steamer was discovered you know what a bawn awter is floating Why sah you and I would say Lewis Hayden wIm was a slave two and two makefo but a bawn and ran away from his master awter wouldnt say that a bawn near Lexington Ky in the long awter would say When in the as was buried in Boston with coase of human events it becomes great ceremony on last Wednes- necsa or expedient to coalesce day many of the most distinguish two integers and two other ined white citizens being present in tegers the result I declare it boldly and without feah or favah the church the result by a simple arithMoses Lyman of Waverly New metical calculation called addition Thats a bawn awter sir York is the inventor of the new is fo game call Pigs in Clover It X COLORED MAX XEEDXT AWLY has straek the town hard and several parties are expected to go cnay Mr Lj man has sued a A White Mans Republican man in the U S Court at Louis party was organized at Birmingville for 10000 damages for in ham ton days ago by a large number of Republicans who asfrigement sembled for that purpose The How does the following descrip word was passed around beforetion of a Leavenworth Kan muni- hand that the time had come to form a Republican party composcipal election jingle One of the morning incidents in ed exclusively of white men and another ward was the voting of a those who were present went there straight Democratic ticket by a with the intention of doing precolored woman 106 years old cisely what they did do They argue that Mr Harrison The blacks jeered her but the old woman hung fast to her ticket and was elected without the aid of the said she would live to bury some colored vote and that therefore ofdem trash yet The Fourth the colored man is not entitled to Ward polls witnessed an odd any thing That humorous Trodiv Bill scene A handsome equipage containing an attractive little woman Arp announced two mouths ago of delicate appearance came up to tlirougn Atlantas great literary the polling place early She paperthe Sunny South that the alighted with a colored woman white Republicans sooner or later with the evident intention of vot Â¬ would cut the acquaintance of the ing her In an instant a swarm colored Republican since it had of colored men and women were been conclusively demonstrated about them The little woman that a Republican President can looked dazed for a moment then oe eiectea without the aid of the frightened She uttered a little colored voter Pennsylvania Ohio and Illinois scream and fell in a dead faint in the arms of her husband who had are Republican states and have been coming to her assistance considerable colored vote but meanwhile AtTopeka the best they would be Republican even if ladies in the city turned out and the colored vote should change as a rale voted as their husbands over to the Democratic side Thus the colored voter will see did that the Republicans care nothing WILL SOMEBODY TELL US for his vole and the only thing left him is to vote with his Often we are asked by horse neighbors and friends the Demo- Â¬ why dont you get up a crats In unily there is happiness men horse column every week to say the least and if the colored We answer that we cant get voters will hitch to the old Demosufficient horse news to fill a col- Â¬ cratic ship the day may soon umn every week come when they can get a slice of What they exclaim cant the Government pie find enough horse news to fill a column a week when every stock In A Chapter from My Memoirs paper vou pick up is full of it wblob ia to appear In Harpers Maga Then we turn to the stock pa zine for May Mr D Blowilz who pers and find item alter item like some years ago succeeded the lale Â¬ man-of-war Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ branch is twice as long as tlie Dodd branch or the Thorpe branch and tlie hills at Drowning Creek are not half so high at the upper place as at the two lower places And coming up the Oldham branch from Little Rock this would be a much easier grade than running so high on the hill as the pres-Â¬ ent survey does because they cross the ridge much sooner by turning to the right through Frogtown and down HicRory Lick The cuts and fills would be very light indeed and this would look like building a road over tlie plains of tbe West iustead of through the mouutaius of Kentucky This would bring the road within tbe easy reacli of the timber resources and the coal regions of Jackson county and South eastern part of Madison and would not run so near the Kentucky Uuiou road in Clark and Estill coun- Â¬ ties Give Speedwell a chance Why not examine It and be convinced B F Cuooke County Surveyor - The U I St L C Ry Kankakee Mrs Charles Thomas of Scott coun- Â¬ Line wilh its connections makes tbe ty has lost sixty five lambs aud three fastest time from Cincinnati to Council ewes this spring from the effects of Bluffs Omaha St Paul Minneapolis frozen tobacco which the mothers of and the West and North west 32 the lambs ate About three acres of tobacco that bad been caught by the Local Produce Markets frost was not cut and tbe sheep were WEEKLY BY COVINGTON CORRECTED turnnd into the field with the disas Â¬ ARNOLD A DRO GROCERS MAIN trous result above reported Gazette STREET RICHMOND KY Tbe assessors returns from all the Richmond Ky April 17 18SS Jc creek with an inexpensive bridge in counties In Kentucky show a total of Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs 45Mc David Blacks bottoraaud thence up the 282331421 pounds of tobacco raised Sugar Cured Hams Reeves branch with a splendid run to in 18SS as compared with 117282876 Bacon Hams Country Speedwell passing same on tlie South lbs for 1887 or an increase for 1888 Cured I56KC 30c side near Miss Polly Moberleys and over 1887 of 165048545 pounds In Butter 1 75 00 50 leaving W B Smiths stone house to other words the crop of 1888 is nearly Chickens Soc Eggs the right strike the other survey two and one half times larger than that Wheat 00 95 on tlie Oldham branch and down it to of 1887 Flour 50 o632 00 per Little Rock This is certainly the natJames K Reeve in Harpers Maga Corn per barrel 100 Hay 600750 ural and ensy route over which to run azine for May will draw attention to Oats in sheaf lbs 100 Sis per 506o and if an engiueer can only be induced tbe steadily accumulating conditions Lard 12c to look at it he would at once clap his which will in the near future make Tallow 34C 150100 hands in ecstney and say EureKa I imperative tbe adoption in this coun- Beeswax 20540 have fouud it Who ever wrote the try of closer and more enlightened Feathers 60c Meal piece in The Climax lust week signed methods of agriculture than now gen Oats per bushel 455oc Orchard Grass hit the nail on the head he knock gene rally obtain among our farmers 75 German Millet 5001 75 ed center out I have been all over He calls us a nation of poor farmers 2 25 Timothy Seed Madison county and have surveyed 6 00 Clover The best proof of pure breeding is Oats in Seed greater part of it and know what the sheaf that is of I affirm to be strictly true There is fixity of type reproduce the power ex- Â¬ Choice blue grass seed 5065 their own Red top seed 00 no other route running to Little Rock the parents to 00 75 and Sweet Potatoes over which tbe road can be easily cellencies and characteristics 75c where this potency does not exist such Irish Potatoes built The Hickory Lick route is perhaps auimals should be immediately dis- Â¬ Tobacco Market tlie next best The steepest grade carded for breeding purposes To be Louisville would be from Richmond to Fort a successful breeder a thorough knowl- By Glover fc Durrett Louisville Tobacco Ware House Estill and from Speedwell down the edge of pedigree Is the essential Stock Sales on our market for the pant Oldham branch But the Oldham Farm week just closed amount to 2704 lihdt - The natural features of a country must always have a great deal to do in the locution of railways It of course takes money to build them but in order to snve money the road should be located on tbe best and shortest route If the present Hue of Ihe R N I B road runs on the South side of Richmond then the natural and sens ble route is to keep the ridge to Fort Estill and passing arouud Mrs Greg orys take a bee line down au easy grade passing a little to tbe right of Hugh Colyers house and cutting the point of the hill at Win Bates apple orchard and there enteriug the Muddy Creek bottom you have aa absolute plain and air line to tbe crossing of said Saturday Posey Persons wishing to improve their Sou sold to Col Goodlet and Dr memories or strengthen their power of McCully managers of Buena Ventura should send to Prof Loiselte Stock Farm Clarksville Tenn tiie attention 237 Fifth Avenue N Y for his Pros Â¬ stallion Russia by Nut pectus Post free as advertised in an- Â¬ wikxI dam Renia Victoria Price 37 49 other Column 15000 Posey Son purchased Rus d At Rushville Ind Â¬ sia in 18SG for 2950 ladies and in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Hames Backhands Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strincs Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT used on the farm a candidate J B HARRIS ofIsPublic School for County Only experienced workmen emsubject to Superintendent the action of tho Democratic party ployed MRSATSIILLION Is a candldote for re If you want a Saddle you have election to the office of County of Public Schools subject to tho nctlon ot a hundred to select from ranging the Democratic party in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a WHOLE SOLED FIRM 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 8 up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Something entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot of lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- --The extensive dealers in used boys Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the best material Gentlemens Saddles TO THIS CITY kept Our Mens Suit Department Styles in Plaids Stripes and Mixtures in Â¬ is chuck full of the Leading Â¬ 8- KuDerinte-id-en- t Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Caeeiraeres in fact anything you may want there is io be found in a first claes Clothing Store 35- enra CHiLxmEFs OUR depaetmett Wallace Shoes Â¬ Ricei far surpasses any lino ever shotvn before in this city at low prices IERGHANT TMLOEING DEPAETMENT iH IS Fnrnish is full of the leading styles in all of the different Plaids and Mixtures 2j3 I5ic ins at No their Goods Hals C Cheviots Worsteds Wide Wail Diagonals Cassimeres in fact 104 West Main Street Richmond Ky have received SADDLES 1 M HARNESS ALL THE HEW and HOBBY FABRICS 3- - Â¬ Spring and Summer Stock and Â¬ Lm 1 it is much larger than they have ever before handled But their prices are no larger than before They have Â¬ CO con- Â¬ We cordially invite you to como and examine and you will see the W C GORMLEY tinue in their elegant house cor- Â¬ nicest line of piece goods ever shown in this city ner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herndon as a drug store Goods Our IFumishing Sales Department God ana Hames s u full of all the latest things to be found in a Furnishing 1 Every Qrade and Variety OF i4 BOOTS 1 that the public could wish SHOES Their line of GENTLEMENS Â¬ tucky State Weather Service in cooperation with the U S Signal Ser viee for the week ending Saturday April 6th 18S9 Louisville Ky The meteorological conditions of the past week have been generally favorable to tbe crops of the State And the pleas ant character of tlie weather permitted the active prosecutions of alt kinds of farm work The temperature shows but a slight departure from the normal but there is a very large deficiency in rainfall At the Central Station more than seven inches would have to fall to bring the amount since January 1st up to the normal Farmers in this and adjoining States are complaining of too much dry weather and report that water courses and wells are very low for the season While as yet no serious results have been reported a continu- Â¬ ance of the present condition would be very unfavorable to crops Frosts oc- Â¬ curred upon several nights during the week but were too light to inflict any Â¬ Weekly Crop Bulletin of the Ken- Â¬ with receipts for tlie same period 1411 hhds Sales 011 our market since Jan- Â¬ is especially full Â¬ The same in uary 1st amount to 39005 hhds Sales Also Goat of the crop oflSSS to date amount to Congress and Buttons 29693 hhde and Kangaroo Both Our market this week ha not developed any new features whatever A rcicli and American Call very firm aud active market has been maintained for all grades of hurley It may be expected that sales will grad- Â¬ The new aud popular Ooze Calf ually diminish in quality until we with Tanfox conclude that preparations are being made for the planting of another large crop of burley tobacco The following quotations fairly repTHEY HAVE ALL THAT resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark and damaced tobacco 260 to 400 Afford Colory Trash 450 to S700 Lugs not colory 100 to Common French Â¬ Â¬ HIGH GUT LACED CALF SKIN SHOES 6fLM2BES SHOES The Best Markets MADE TO ORDER of the best Store all kinds of Balbriggan Underwear our Negligee Flannrl materials and by the best work- Â¬ Shirts far excel anything ever shown before in this city men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck- is complete a large and well selected stock of YEOMANS fevThf les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry SONS AC in fact anything you want in the HAT LINE we have Combs Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains it for jou Hame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ Come Give an dlery and Harness Shop A specialty of we assure you we can make it to your interest Thanking you Light Road Track Harness and Gorniley made the harness wilh for past favors We are Respect J ully which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which COVHTCrTO T Bell Vara raised herself from 2 to 5000 500 40 39 IVT xixx ALL WORK WARRANTED OUR HAT DEPARTMENT Â¬ and Our Line Inspection Â¬ MITCHELL 41 40 SIS Vo23 Street KENTUCKY CEHTBAL R R Medium and Common 550 Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low Colory Lugs 6 50 to 850 Common Leaf 600 to 9 00 Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon Meuium to good leaf 900 to 1500 Adonis Buckles 15 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 2050 BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west LIVE Â¬ CONCERNING cents FARMERS Fat cattle in Boyle county at four Fat sheep in Washington to 4 cents county 3J serious damage to vegetation Crops of all kinds are much further advanced than is usual at this season but would be greatly aided by a little raiu A STOCK MARKET EEPOET By GREENE EMBItV Live Block Commission Merchants at ClucTn nail Union Slock Yards aud Covington Stock Yards IN HATS THEY HAVE THE IS- - FAST LINE BETWEEN Cincinnati Ohio April Good to Extra Fair to Good 15 18S9 Knox Stetson Marwick and both hard and soft A Full Like of Lexington SOUTH BOUND Lve Lve Lve Lve ClnclnnntL Covington Cincinnati No 2 Ex Bun 810 SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Kougn Good to Extra Oxen Fatr to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra 4 3 3 3 3 00 85 Austin Drew Schedule in Effect March 1st 13S9 Dally 4 4 3 3 3 Great Battle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is continually going on in tbe human system The demon of impure blood Corn fed hogs in Anderson county strives to gam victory over tbe consti410 to 450 per cwt tution to ruin health to drag victims The Lexington races will open April to the grave A good reliable medi24th and continue to May 8th cine like Hoods Sarsaparilia is tbe weapon with which to defend ones Hogs 4 eents yearling heifers 16 2 and cattle 3 cents in Lin Â¬ self drive the desperate enemy from the field and restore peace aud bodily coln county health for many years Try this pe-Â¬ Twelve young mules sold In Lincolu culiar medicine It county at 70 per head and nine in Â¬ 00 50 oo 00 40 75 25 k NoU GKEISTTS9 No 6 ExjSuq Prepare Bright ITew Pleased un- Â¬ Styles For Spring 2 25 3 75 2 75 Furnishing Goods BUTCHER CATTLE Â¬ Â¬ Boyle at 65 The north western supply of wheat on April 1st was 17000000 bushels not including seed Â¬ Jerome Turner is the only Kentucky horse entered in tlie great Chicago race for the beat trotting stallion The Tennessee House has passed a bill repealing the old law against pool selling on races ouWde the State In Lexington on last Wednesday six imported Spanish jacks sold at public sale for 1750 and eight jennets for 3600 disease resembling glanders but baffling medical skill is killing horses and mules In Vermillion county Ind A strange Jones Gay have bought about three million pounds of hemp It was bought at prices ranging from 425 to S450 per cwt Winchester Democrat T B Rlpy bought of V S McBray er the Taylor farm on the Camden pike about a mile from town and con taining 400 acres at 25 an acre Versailles buu R C Church of Frankfort lias what promises la be a sensational pacer in the colt Carbonized by Onward He paced a mile In 229 when eighteen months old Â¬ Â¬ to r xtra Lows Â¬ Fair to Good Cows 2 2 75 Â¬ Common Cows 2 00 Si 2 1 Rough Cows and Oxen t 00 kerchiefs BULLS Hosiery of Every Grade Best Shipping 2 75 3 00 Best Bologna 2 6c 2 co UMBRELLAS in silk and other Fair Bologna 2 50 2 io goods with assorted handles M rair to uooo feeders MATRIMONIAL Common and Thin 1 50 2 00 Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 41 40 Mr Wm Hisle aged 19 years sou Good Extra Steers 3 75 3 85 of Mr Willis Hisle and Miss Nora Fair to Good Steers 3 50 G A C HUTCHISON 3 75 A G WOOD Hagau aged 16 years daughter of Mr Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 3 00 Robert Hagan were married at Aber Â¬ Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 2 75 COWS AND CALVES deen on Thursday evening April lltb 1889 The groom was a student in Best Grades 40 oo45 00 30 oo37 00 Central University and the bride a Fair to Good common 17 50325 00 pupil in Madison Female Institute Best Veal Calves 4 25 4 50 Nobody objected to tbe marriage and rair xo 000a 4 oofg 4 2 Common and Heavy 2 50a 3 00 the first knowledge of their departure HOGS was when both were found to be absent from supper They returned on Mon Â¬ Select Butchers 4 So 4 85 4 60 4 75 day night and were tendered u recep Â¬ Fair to Good Packers uooa to extra Lights 4 ocM 4 tion by the parents of the groom To Â¬ Light Pigs co 4 60 4 morrow night they will be received by WE HAVE THIS WEEK OPENED A SPRING LAMBS the parents of the bride txtra 5 25 5 50 SELECT LINE OF common to uood 4 00a 4 25 Vjood fair to jood Extra Fat Steers fair to jood bteers 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 25 oorf 3 bo 40 85 75 60 40 25 90 50 50 including Monarch Shirts E W and Coon Collars and Cuffs NECKWEAF IN PROFUSION Gloves in great variety An assortment of Silk and Linen Hand- Falmouth Cynthlana Arr Fars Arr texlngtoii Lve Paris Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr iJineaster Arr Hlanfonl Arr Berea Arr Livingston Lve Richmond m 755 pm 235 pm 805 pm 335 pm am 913 pm 407 pm 948 1046 am 956 pm 509 pm pm 1120 am sai3 pm iriopo 1055 pm 540 pm 630 pm 1130 am 1215 pm 617 pm nn pm 735 pm 510 pm 6eoo pm 205 pm oain And all from a practically limited Stock of 320 pm c pm 3 NORTH BOUND No NoL No 8 THEfSEW HOTEL 800 am Lve Livingston Lve Berea 1023 am Arr Richmond - 1145 m Lve btaufonl 7 20 am Lve Lancaster 810 am Arr Richmond- - 1100 am Lve Richmon- d- Xli pm Arr Winchester Arr Pans----- 350 pm Lve Lexington 330 pm Lve Parls- 410 pm Lve Cyntbtana- - 433 pm Lve Falmouth 515 pm Arr Covington 20 pm Arr Cincinnati 630 pm am am 330 am 420 am 450 1008 am 545 1135 am 715 1145 am 735 827 735 835 906 ffi am Facts and Figures Convince all Comers that we offer tlie Opportunity of tlie Season IU SPECIAL STYLES aM LOW PRICES IXV pm pm pm pm pm pm MAYSTILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lexington No 9 No 11 Dallv Dally Ex Bun Ex Sun 225 pm 235 pm am 450 pm 735 840 907 931 1035 1105 DRUG STORE DIEDtwo-year-o- ld - Dsuffs and Druffffisls Sondr A child of Hugh Gaily died near Kirksville outhe 7th Pedick Turner died near Kirksville in Madison county on Monday AprU 8th 1889 aged probably 90 years Mis Mary Ann Ballard wife of James A Ballard died on Walnut Meadow Fork of Paint Lick Creek in Madleon county Ky on Tuesday April 11th 1889 aged 62 years The burial occurred in the Richmond cem- Â¬ etery on Friday n yL v ALL PEESH AND NSW GOODS Low Prices 703 pm Except Sunday m TftVl Valmnntt Cincinnati 8 00 a m Except Sunday Falmouth NO T am No iu No 1 SOUTH BOUND Daily Dallv Ex Son Ex Sun Lve Maysvllle 555 m 125 pm Johnson 635 am 305 pm Carlisle 729 am 259 pm Sllllerslmrg 753 am 323 pm Arr Paris 820 am 350 pm Lexlnfrtiiii 015 am 630 pm nnirini7fn 1135 am 620 pm Cluclnuatl 1145 am 30 pm No 43 Leaves Lexington 10U5 a m Arrives Parlai 10 55 a m Except Sunday Wo H Leaves Cincinnati 5C0 p m Arrives Arr Mlllersbure Carlisle Johnson Maysvllle Prls am am a am 612 636 730 io y pm pm pm pm P SS GOODS OF AII KIITOS ILb OF EVERY USSGRIPTIOlff - CWV A 1 BOOTS and SHOES Ilff EVERY VARIETY Â¬ Â¬ the following - V West Branch Michigan has bought of F E Tal inage East Saginaw Michigan the brown horse J B Gould by O B Gould dam by Merrills Black Hawk How mHeh information is there in suoh an item No price is given no record no age Nobody here knows Mr Marion or Mr Talmage or any tiling whatever of their career in horses Of what earthly benefit or any other kind of benefit can such an item be to any body Let us hear from you Marion Â¬ FB The costliest stable in the world has been built in Syracuse N Y by D E Mack Francis one of the nrcro mur Crouse tlie millionaire horseman When completed it will represent an derers who was hanged at Libation Tenn on Friday last aud prououueed Â¬ outlay or 500000 dead Is reported to be alive aud well At Wheeling Va W C C W uis neCK was nut broken and after he Laurence Oliphant as Paris correspond- Â¬ BrockuIIer sold their two trotting was cut down It la said that he was re Â¬ ent of the London Times declares his horses Wheeling Wilkes by George suscitated by his relatives who look his belief that by a sort of transmission of Wilkes for 10000 and Ahmahdi by body iu charge Onward for 12000 souls Frederick Ihe Great hiis reappear century in the person of Bis Â¬ ed in this The sire of the dam of Prince Wilkes Where He Took Up Residence marck and Catlliua in the person of who was recently sold for 35000 the Teacher to historical class Whoro Bouianger highest price overpaid for a gelding was bred by Col John IL Moore of did Georgo Washington live after ho retired from public life An amendment to llieconstltullon of this city Winchester Democrat No ono soemed to know the United Stales to become a law Geo B Taylor sold last week to Dr Teachor Was it at Washington or requires first two thirds vote of both Geo C Spilzer of St Louis Mo at Mount Vornoa Houses of Cong rets second to be ap Still no reply proved by the President and third to Nydla Sprague by Gov Sprague for Toacher Come children some of 850 also Alcy Sprague a be submitted to the State two thirds you must know for 750 Nicholasviile Democrat of whloh must vote for Us adoption by Smallest Scholar I know teacher Kentuckys crop report forl8S8howB he lived in the hearts of his country- Â¬ a two thirds vote of both brandies of tbe legislature of eqcU States that the tobacco crop exceeds that of men Harpers Young People two-year-o- mm Tbe Importance of purifying tbe blood can Â¬ not be overestimated for without pare blood you canaot enjoy good health At this season nearly every ono needs a good medicine to purify vitalize and enrich tha blood and we ask you to try Hoods SarsapariHa Itstrengtheas fCWUllar and Duiids up the system creates an appetite ind tones the digestion while It eradicates disease Tba peculiar combination proportion and preparation of the vegetable remedies used giro to Hoods Sarsaparilia pecnl- 14 ilowll lar curative powers Ho othermedicinenaj such arc cordot wonderful cures It yon have- made up your mind to buy Hoods Sarsaparilia do not be Induced to take any other instead It Is a Peculiar Medicine and Is worthy your confidence Hoods Sarsaparilia is sold by all druggists Prepared by C L Hood Co Lowell Mass Prompt Attention QUALITY GUARANTEED We respectfully TMPnnTlVT TFInrfkl rive at and depart from the Central Union Pakkphap Ktntlnn Plnlmnll nectlon for all points North East and West 9 TtlAlM WfYriMj it aj nviiuua- uuujr utkwecu Lexington and Cincinnati No 4 runs dally uctwecu vi uciunau anu exmgton N os 2 and 6 make connections at Winches Â¬ ter for points on the N N fc II V Ry No 4 makes this connection t Lexington iy 42 DaonHap Baegnge Checked solicit a share of your toThrough Tickets sold nnd by a railroad any destlnaUon reached For full particulars address orcallon any patronage agent of the Company or W L MUNSON E n BACON Call and see our stock Trav Passr AgL TravPairA6Lt Cincinnati O Lexington Ky S P B MORSE Uenl Pass Ag- t- Cincinnati A G WOOD CO Druggists H E HUNTINGTON V Pres Ucn Manr F B CARR Act Richmond Ky New Hotel Building General Offlces Clmmlwr of Commerce Build- Â¬ 45 ing Cincinnati O Hats in all Shapes IN THE NEWEST DESIGNS 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 41 rr u calf PAY UP All persona Imlobted to Wallace Rice prior to January 1st 1889 will pleaxecalt at once and settle Those failing to do so ly the lst doy of May 1889 will lind their accounts iu the hands oan ofllcer for collection This notice meanB precisely what it says 41 45 Remember that our Stock of Calicoes - a mniMne nith Hand Attuchmrut and Portable specially adapted fur invalid travelers c to cash Any one wishing a cit S25 ot this type wiilpleas6 machine leave order at tbe oilice 13 Find street U bulIUiiiK Tlie Binder Manufacturing Company 29 28 IOO Doses Ono Dollar Wauace Bice P B It In finlit nnltf hv oritur nnt kept in stock JF J F Stone i nA a tea ttfe ji r 3Sw ivEdBflH TT3BUI WW IMMMH W f A THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Hon Wm E Simms of Paris was Rev Dr Blanton will preach at Ford illustrated and gotten out by the Ken here yesterday on Sunday at 11 oclock tucky Central Railroad It contains a Improvement m jjm Judge J M Posey of Lawrenceburg The meeting at the Methodist church choice map indicating the numerous prin Â¬ was in the city Wednesday closed on Sunday night on account of Next Sunday will be Enter dy cipal turnpikes and breeding farms and is r i Pianos Rev Dr Hamilton attended Presby Â¬ throat trouble of Mr Means a great compliment to Central Kentuckv Dr Evans has cow pastures to rent All through it can be traced the spirit of tery at Lebanon last week Rev Dr Henderson will preach at the best one and two horse Cultivators SrOTOXU mat exceedingly live indivdual Mr S F Horse stolen and mare left See ad Mr H C Walsh of Nicholasville Providence church next Sunday morning B Morse the Generel Passenger Agent at 11 a m and at 330 at Clays Ferry the best one and two horse spent Sunday in Richmond Carpenters call oa Dr Evans for plant Richmond and Madison county have con- Â¬ No services Sunday night at the Methodist Wagons A Good Solicitor Misses Willmore and Hemphill of Jess- Â¬ church See ad siderable space in the book The views Dennis Collin doorkeeper of the Hon J Speed Smith left last week to embrace grassy pastures houses amine county visited Mrs A G Woods Sell the best Wire Ohiokrown The Fir grounds grass was rented pub Â¬ animals A Bible convention to continue about last Iudlana Legislature committed Saturday to Dr Evans for solicit advertisements in Cincinnati for roads hills valleys bridges and many this place last week licly on sixty days is in session in Chicago suicide at Owensboro Ky last week Sell the best Feed Cutter the Richmond Fair catalogue It is said other objects Hon Robt C Hill of Beattyville was D L Moody will SS have charge as Â¬ he secured every thing in the Queen Home- Â¬ Sell the best Randall Harrows E C Lillard a prominent farmer here yesterday He says his town has a sisted by the Rev W O EZejjT Clarke of and stock dealer hanged himself on That excellent jack Jumbo the proper Â¬ City and is now in Washington A Belt Railway car- Â¬ having boom that is a boom Brooklyn find other revivalists ty of Mr Taylor Riee is advertised in to a talk with the President A company has been formed in Lex- Â¬ his farm near Lawrenceburg Tues It is possible Sell the best Plows Mrs William McCord has gone to dx Climax that he may induce Mr Harrison to ad Â¬ ington with a capital stock of 200000 to Pa inquired a little boy on his way day Great Falls Montana to visit her daugh- Â¬ home from church what was the minis- Â¬ Sell the best Sulky Plow The keeper of the cemetery Mr David vertise in the catalogue for a good man to build a belt railway around the city ter Amelie Rives will 0 intribute ji poem Mrs G WTaylor ter saying while the people were cettine to Powers is laying for persons who take accept the office of Collector of Internal The officers are Leslie Combs President Â¬ the May number of Harpers MagaSell the best Fertilizer R P Stall Treasurer Revenue in this district Col D W Tribble is succeeding in ready to go He was saying the ben zine G flowers from the graves J S Keller Unto the Least ot These Little ediction son m Secretary The directors are J H soliciting advertisements in Louisville for Drakes Magazine 41- 206 Main Street Sell the best Cook Stoves and Kanges Ones We hear that a new drug store is to Killed By Lightning Shropshire Alex Pearson J T Shelby the Richmond Fair catalogue The Methodist Board of Church Ex- Â¬ The oyster dredging season has clos H C McDowell W J Loughridce be opened in the vacant house next to Govenor McCreary Pride of Rich Â¬ d An son of George Grin Miss Eva McCord daughter of the late tension was in session in Louisville last ed About 9000000 bushels of oysters mond Old Gold and Bluegrass Belle Sell the best Cistern Filter Farmers National Bank stead who lives at the John Black Noland John R Allen Leslie Combs R P Stoll Andy McCord has returned from Cin- Â¬ week Bishop Galloway presiding The have been received at Baltimore during flour at Bonanza Roller Mills place near the mouth of Red River in Asa Dodge J E Keller and C H StolL Sell the best Vapor or Gasoline Stove sum of 14000 was donated and JSooo City Marshal Feeney gives notice that cinnati entirely restored to health 41- the season A vast quantity of real estate has been this county was killed by lightning last EForman Son loaned The Kentucky Conference was live stock running at large on the all Miss Bcttie Arnold will return this Friday morning He had been to a neigh Â¬ purchased by the Belt Railway Company Sell the best Tinware William Dallas a workman at Birm Â¬ assessed 2450 streets after April 20th will be put in the A Lady In Texas Writes week from Boston where she has been in bors house and borrowed a flat iron On along the line of road ingham Ala slipped and fell into a stray pen My case is of long standing The Conference of the Mormon church has his way home he stopped under a tree Thirty eight acres of Mrs Wm Pres- Â¬ the New England Conservatory of Music red hot iron furnace and was cremated ba filed many physlcans held at Salt Lake City shows that body have tried Mrs N B Deatherage was thrown out of the rain The lightning ton this is the land that Mr Huntington in a second Prof Will Morton formerly a student is not struck tne every remedy I could hear of but nearing disintegration Statistics from a horse near her fathers house on tree ran down it and striking the little wanted for his car shops price 15200 in Central University is the happy pos- show that there are W W Wells Superintendent of the Bradfields Female Regulator is all now 13 apostles 70 Muddy Creek last Thursday and her left fellow split his coat down The Kentucky Union Land Company sessor of a fine daughter about a week old the back and patriarchs 1710 hiuh priests 11S0C Cincinnati Southern died suddenly on that relieved me arm broken near the wrist slightly injured other portions of his gave the through the Ander- Â¬ Miss Susie Stuart of Winchester tem Â¬ elders 3069 priests 2292 teachers 1 t6io his private car at Somerset Ky Fri Â¬ Write The Brad field Reg Co Atlan Â¬ son property Mr Patrick Grady has opened a barÂ¬ clothing but killed him instantly ta Ua porarily at Brownsville Tennessee made deacons 81899 families 1 15915 officers day morning 42 45 Thirty five acres from P Pembcrton room on First street and his furniture a flying visit to relatives here this week and members and 49302 children under Over a dozen seamen lost their lives tooo Parrish at Pineville Advice to aiothen and fixtures are exceedingly elegant eight years of age a total Mormon popu- - and thirty or forty vessels of all sizes Thomas V Hall of ChattanoogaTenn Jfrt WrssLoVs SooTniiiaSiBCPthonldalwijt Twenty eight acres of the Lexington Mr S D Parrish of Richmond Ky Another5t000 in the city treasury tx used when children ftre catting tttth It re lotion of 15391 1 were wrecked during the recent storm a constructing engineer for manufacturing lieTei the litUeraffert rat once itpToducesiwtaral 500 who is a member of the firm of Parrish Land Company qalettleepsnd the UtUichembawaiesM bright plants has been in the city for several Forty acres from Col W C Goodloe Mr H F Turner has rented of W W Bros At Navasota Texas Sunday a drunken on Chesapeake Buy as a button Co General Merchandise It Is very pleasant to taste It soothes the child softens the gums allajssil pain days Pigg the I M Pigg place on Lexington was here the past week man strayed into a Sunday school con40000 The funeral of the late Judge Alex- Â¬ Kgulates the bowels and is thtbestknoirn remedr prospecting and Three acres from William Warren Avenue and will move his mothers fam Â¬ after viewing Pinevilles for diarrhcea whether arising from teething or Mrs J H Pearl who has been visiting ducted by the Rev Hall Miller and ander McCue of the enterprises and other causes Tirtnty nTo cents a bottle ily here as soon as the necessary repairs outlook purchased her father in Richmond for the past two created a disturbance The Rev Mr United States at New York took place ibout 3000 worth of 5000 66 Fifteen acres from Colonel Withers weeks returned home Wednesday morn- Miller laid down his lesson book picked at Brooklyn last week can be made business and residence lots As this news 43- Richmond Ky April 10 18S9 up a shot gun and blew the top of the 7500 ing London Echo Road horse trotters and runners Elder Milton ElKott was thrown from might prove a pointer to others it Miss Lizzie Huflman daughter of intoxicated mans head off About the Ten and a half acres from Rev Wm his buggy near Richmond one night re Â¬ would not be amiss to state that Mr Par- Â¬ I have Miss Emma Burgin and Misses Mary same time the Rev K M Lawson met Dr Huflman of Lancaster aud Mr L shod in any manuer desired Pratt 13000 cently while returning home the buggy rish is one of Richmonds livest lawyers and Pattle White of White Hall went to on the street Daniel McLeod a negro D Hollingsworthof Jessamine county just received an extra lot of four year The Webb property Sooo old second growth timber for repairing was smashed the horse escaped and he and real estate men and knows a good were married on the 27th ult The property of W H Cassidy 8500 Lexington yesterday to attend the Evans thief and shot him to death thing when he sees it Pineville Messen Â¬ all kinds of wagons had to walk home All work guar Â¬ Chenault wedding Yellmantown John B Lloyd assistant foreman of anteed at the very lowest prices Shop 500 ger The Sunday school of the Methodist Dont be caught by that cheap bait and clap trap There are deal Â¬ Mr John Parkes of Paint Lick has lost A strip along the east side of the Lex- Â¬ Mr F B Carr K C agent returned church South of this place presents one the Cincinnati Southern Yard- - at back of Brookss druz More ers who bait their advertisements with cheese just to get tkeir ington Cemetery 3500 two fine jacks with pneumonia from a horseback trip through Estill and of the most phenomenal growths in the Lexington was killed by the cars at Mr Now Do Look At This Respectfully victim inside Wm Todd of the same neighborhood has The property of John B Payne near Jackson counties He secured a consid history of Sunday schools in this State that place on last Weduesday 8febly S U M I DKIFF A special from Winchester to the the twine factory 8000 erable company of emigrants to the One month ago it numbered about 60 lot one Considerable uneasiness exists Courier Journal of Saturday says John Wolfinbarger the escaped con A DUTY TO YOURSELF among jack owners There are a number of small pieces of North west The Winchester Water Company has teachers and pupils one week after there vict who killed Sheriff Greenlee of property in addition to the foregoing It is surprising that people will use a If you are a man use good judgment Dont have your senses talked been incorporated here The incorpo- Â¬ Mr F M Johnson of Lebanon is vis Â¬ was an addition of 26 the next week 24 Grainger county Tenn Meredith Stanley of Cincinnati jump last week common ordinary pill when they can rators are H E Huntington Eph Ran- Â¬ purchased at prices varying from 500 to iting his brother-in-laCheap Cheap Cheap but compare away by that parot gabble W G White and so there has been an increase every ed from the top of High Bridge into Ken- Â¬ was hanged by a mob at Rutledge secure a valuable English one for the goods and prices 2000 dolph J B H Davenport John Echols Mr Johnson is a druggist and formerly Sunday since Last Sunday it numbered tucky River Thursday and was not hurt Dr Ackers English Savannah Ga was visited by an- Â¬ same mouey held a position in the drug store of Fran in all 143 No such school has been in The distance is 285 feet The water John Stuart and J Stone Walker The existence in the Methodist church since other fire Wednesday a cotton mill pills are uposilivc cure for capital stock is 75000 which may be incis White of this city was twelve feet deep aud all liver troubles They are its beginning at this place Jessamine and eight dwellings being completely creased to 200000 Another company Major J W Stine President of the R In Judge Scotts court at Winchester from Chattanooga has surveyed the city Journal destroyed entailing a loss of about small sweet easily taken and do not N I Si B R R with Judge Richards gripe 6oId by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ We wont talk much but well produce the goods that talk for its Judge Wm M Beckner was awarded for the purpose of building water works Dr J A Henderson held the Quarter- Â¬ 1130000 passed through yesterday inspecting the tion Druggist and convince you that this is the best place to buv your BOOTS wL Sioooo as counsel fee for Rcnick Bros and it is safe to say they will shortly be ly Meeting here Sunday and preached The carriage shop of Holllday Seventy five men passed through town new road He reports that the road will Respectfully SHOES in the celebrated Renick will case Judge built Mexico California two fine discourses at the morning ser Â¬ Huddleston burned on last Sunday on Saturday going down to work on the be completed to Richmond before any Beckner sustained the will and deserved vice from Pauls dyingchargeto Timothy The Semi Monthly Excursions of the one expects it rooming between one aud two oclock RN The Sigman Case the princely fee and at night from the Prodigal Son He together with all the carriage tools Queen Crescent Route still continues and No 3 First Strbkt Richmond Kr 41- Nearly everybody is familiar with the The ChesapeaVe Si Ohio system is to thinks brevity is the soul of wisdom as material Kentucklau Cilizen to be a popular feature of this line DRIP ROCK Hon Curtis F Burnam and Mr A R case of the commonwealth against Sigman erect a Union depot in Louisville at a well as wit and does not dwell all day on These excursions are equipped with Burnam have returned from Washington in the Rockcastle H C TIYNOH circuit court charged cost of 150000 Dr Louis Spillman died at the home Tourist Sleeping Cars and families OTTCIT JltSES Born to the wife of G D Reid a boy a subject Neither sermon was much and their smiles indicate that they feel with the killing of young Higginbotham of over thirty minutes in length and yet he or bis father Dr C H Spillman in going to their new homes llud this a Lexington is talking of a union depot April 6th named Charley someu hat of a certainty in regard to the Garrard couuty during the war The de- Â¬ told all that was necessary to be said Harrodsburg Tuesday aged 46 years comfortable route and the cost of a to cost 75000 the city to give a 25000 succeeding occupanct of the Internal ceased was Born to the wife of Sid Lakes a boy The Doctor is a fine looking old a brother to ex SherilT John gentle Mrs Cordelia Tutt died on the same berth iu these sleepers is but nominal lot for the purpose Revenue Collectors oHcc April 7th named Jeff Davis Higginbotham of Garrard and of Mrs C man much handsomer than President day aged 82 years She was one of they are supplied with Matresses Pil- Â¬ There will be no trouble to complete Drs Heath and Ashe are in Abany Staflord late of this place Governor There is an epidemic of mumps here Harrison whose picture he very much re- Â¬ Alexander Campbells first converts lows Blankets and Sheet but one Georgia and rumor has it that they have Buckner has appointed Judge J R Morton the grade from Richmond to the river by now but will have to abate soon for sembles Stanford Journal change Is necessary and that at New An old maid who accepted her formed a partnership in the practice of of this circuit to try the Sigman case at the time the tunnel and bridge are finishwant of material to work on Louisville Ky April 13 1SS9 To brothers promise of 1000 a year to Orleans iu the morning To the pleas- Â¬ f medicine in that town We hope it is Mt Vernon in June The case ought to ed AT PURR FOR Charley Cox of Middle Fork has been the Reverend Clergymen and the Mem Â¬ stay at home and taKe earn of the old ure seeker the delights of a trip over not true for While Dr Ashe is certainly be disposed of as Sigman in an old man B is located to a point The R N I sick with typhoid fever but is recovering bers of the Protestant Episcopal church folks ha3 just been given a verdict of this route is all that can be desired by gone Dr Heath ought not to tear him and the killing occurcd a quarter of a cen- Â¬ within two and a half miles from Rich- Â¬ in the diocese of Kentucky Dear Breth- Â¬ 41800 agalnt him by a Vermont jury the connolseur of scenic effect This slowly and will soon be out again tury ago self suddenly away mond and work was begun on Monday In accordance with the suggestion She proved that she discarded a worthy route is through the Blue Glass Region ren 3 y Reu Wilkes dam by Mat Hay TOTTT T D C Alcorn and Abe Coffey have only three miles from town don by Mambrino P4efea Ss4 contained in the proclamation of the Pres Â¬ lover to perform her part of the con of Kentucky over the famous High 5 The derrick boiler and engine ropes The Crow Sale of Lots rented the mill ot E Parsons and they 30 to iuetire Bridge spanning the Kentucky River dam by Gills Vermont 3rd dam by Gray Eagle The gross earnings of all the railroads say they are going to run things lively ident of the United States I request that tract drills and other property belonging to the Z E Bush auctioneer reports good along the shore of the Emory ltiver on the 30th day of this current month you Ohio company that bored the iSoo foot crowd present at sale of thirteen lots by in the Union for the year of 1887 the last this year y Rysdicks Hambletoaian dam Zdia Warww ay B TfTT IJL JLItJL Robt Black the engineer who was Round the base of Lookout Mountain will assemble in your several churches well in Richmond were sold on Monday Rev Wm Crow in Crow addition to year reported amount to the vast sum of Black Bashaw Jr 2nd dam by Viorbes AWal gj JLl fl o0 to insure John Ramsey and brother of North to commemorate with joyful thanksgiving so badly hurt iu a collision at Paris last through the coltou tieldd of Alabama luli by Abdallah sire of ltsdicks Haiublctoniau by N B Deatherage to B J Clay and C Richmond on Friday Purchasers and 940150702 an increase of 110209866 Carolina are out to see Uieir motheraftcr the Centennial Anniversary of the Inaug- Â¬ fall and who was an Inmate of an in Â¬ and Mississippi to New Orleans where iTN by UHinans over the preceding year D Chenauh for the Waco Mining and prices A 4Ti A M B Arbuckle 2 lots 290 an absence of several years and expect to uration of Washington and to plead with sane asylum for some months after on connection is made with the overland by soo rf Mm Manufacturing Co Price 503 Cheap Green B Miller 1 lot 125 S L Simp- Â¬ Several railroad builders who had con- Â¬ visit friends and connections several days rd tJam account of injuries received has recent- Â¬ express For further information ad Â¬ briuo Patchen Aid dam Alice Walker by Alexanders Edwin Foreet united voice that our fathers God may be 30 t In Â¬ The late Coir R R Estill was a grand son 1 lot 127 Wm Tester I lot 200 tracts on the Kentucky Midland between before they return home He was married last dress D G Edwards G P T A Bird by Cmsader sou of Sir Archy 4th dam by Old Copperbottom with us as He was with them and be our ly recovered 41 4 son of the gallant Capt Estill one of the C D Pattie 3 lots 453 J P Reeves 1 Georgetown and Frankfort have complet- Â¬ 42- Cincinnati O sure week aud will resume his duties on H Isaacs familiarly known as God for ever and ever lot 136 G W Pickels 1 lot 14750 ed the same and moved their camps to John bravest of Kentucky pioneers He was a A form of service has been set forth the Kentucky Central road May 1st Old Yellow has partially regained his W R Cleary 1 lot S15075 J P Hern points between Georgetown and Paris grandson also of Robert Rodes for mind and sajs he will never give another by the Bishop of New York for use on don 1 lot Total 265 189425 A The Kentucky Midland has received its whom he was named one of the best Go to the Furniture Palace in the this day in St Pauls Chapel New York Judges of the District of Kentucky while large lot fronting on Irvine street 160 feet first engine here It is named Judge Republican vote as long as he lives as he says they will not do to depend on with City where President Washington and New Hotel for Furniture aud Carpets and lying parallel with the K C R R Lindsay Georgetown Times it was attached to Kentucky George Â¬ his councillors gave thanks and sought Cincinnati prices guaranteed 44 53 any degree of certainty was not offered Contract to build two houses lowest town Times Track laying on the Kentucky Midland guidance immediately after the inaugura- Â¬ A perfectly sound body and a mind bidder Apply to Dr Evans for plans There has been several left this county tion ceremony was completed was commenced at Georgetown Saturday On the Turf This ser-Â¬ unimpaired are possible only with etc 44- Waterworks morning The starting point was from for Berroyn Custer county Nebraska vice I authorize and recommend for use Mr W R Letcher wiH take his stable pure blood Leadiug medical authorAt the Commercial Club meeting Fri Â¬ the Cincinnati Southern road and at Geo Ross and wife Barney Ross Thos in the Diocese of Kentucky as being well of racers to Covingtyn to day to be in day night Messrs Jno Higgins H N 10G W Main St next door to Second National Bank J night the Paris pike was reached The and W B Blanton and families Wm ordered and most appropriate for the ities indorse Ayers Sarsaparilla as the readiness for the spring meeting They Streng and W G Willis were best blood purifying medicine in exist- Â¬ appointed Chancy and wife M G Cox would auspicious A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every description Tfce occasion Faithfully your ence It vastly Increases the working will go by express with the regular pas Â¬ a committee to wait upon the City Coun- Â¬ track layers are now on the Betts proper Â¬ have gone if had not been for the sick- Â¬ friend and Bishop UNIVERSAL PLOW both right ami left hand equal to any ty Tics have been distributed as far as senger train and productive powers of both hand cil and Water Works Company and try M F Mullins have just receiv- Â¬ made L ness of his daughter Eliza who has been Double Snovel Pfow The best cultivator in the market the road bed is ready to receive them T U DUDLEY and brain It ed a fine assortment of aged and graft- Â¬ Sewer Pipe in abundance PUMPS to formulate some plan for putting the en- Georgetown Times sick with pneumonia She is convales- Â¬ A Belie Boses and all of the newer Gerani Â¬ ed Wbat Doctors Say cing slowly Mr Sidney K Turner has presented to terprise on foot The committee went If you want a Handsome Parlor Suit ums All in bloom Apply at Green- Â¬ The gross earnings of the Kentucky before the City Couucil Monday night us a cut glass paper weight with an en Â¬ Have used 8 8 iu treatment of go to the Furniture Palace of Collins a house No 14 aud 16 Orchard Street roads reporting to the Commission for the Do you want to be carried to Africa blood 43 44 graved medallion of Henry Clay It was and suggested that the company and city year ending taint with remarkable success Hagau 44 53 Choice lot of CUTLERY edge tools of all kinds Builders Hardware June 30 18S8 were 14583 and see bow the terrible slave trade is subscribe 20000 each and rake enough issued during the campaign of 1844 and J Wiley Quillian M D iu abundance 075 an increase over theyear before of 2 How carried on In that country by mortgage to complete the works This Ayers Cathartic Pills are suited to is an elegant piece o workmanship Easley 8 C plan is a fair one but the power of each 144709 1724 percent The net earnings whole villages are laid waste and all every age They are mild and pleas Â¬ DONE I have used 8 8 8 for some time in ant in action thorough and searching Cashier branch of the proposed compauy would for the same period were 5936244 an the Inhabitants manacled and march- Â¬ Sold Col David W Irvine sokl last week have to be limited to agreed maximum and increase ofSqSSoSo or 19 96 per cent over ed off to the marts save those who are the treatment of blond poison without in ettect and being sugar coated are 30 2 From my stable on Monday night The aver- Â¬ butchered because too feeble too disappointment Physicians will be easy to take These pills never fail to to Mr Ross of Shelby ville Illinois his minimum rates for water service and ex- Â¬ the year ending June 301887 April 15th 1SS9 oa the Barnes mill pike We compelled to acknowledge its merits give satisfaction It three miles from Richmond a tuition Cashier for 1000 Cashier was pense account There was a meeting age gross earnings per mile of the roads young or too old to be of service 188S are 7008 and have just finished reading a finely illusHOUSES HOW SENSIBLE LOW iiewATLASeuu MiiMiUiKUw N Ii Galloway M D by King Rene he by Belmont out of last night of the City Council Water reported for the year Our Â¬ Co sold 5000 barrels BROWN E J Curley Monroe Ga TicSf BSjSs IU OUILU InctTii cost to dcild tubm Works Co and Commercial Club to fur- Â¬ the average net earnings per mile 2852 trated article on this subject The batHORSE SADDLE Wm M Irvines Hambietta out of Min Nowitadf ThM cooUlaa ploa UlMtraaoos ana comptete oescnyneBa w an of famous brands of whisky to ther discuss the ways and means of this The percentage of operating expenses to tle between the slave traders and the have tried Swifts Specific in a very onetheir nteby Red Jacket I Slows bow yoa ran taM a g ioOO bonae tar 81738 and how to sake Umsi party lust week mid also have about 15 hands hlsh S years old left great necessity We see the urgent need the gross earnings is 6262 leaving the doomed is terribly realistic and the bad case of Blood Disease and take nu cooTenlcnt handsome AmiiilTlipatMlhcallhr lUht cool ad alrr la oT the other Lazy mnA ftMBENTTSroUoliWuifl la wtattx Tells bitedia bonders Ma been shipping on an average of 250 ankle behind larger than Liberal reward net earnings 37 38 per cent of the gross other numerous illustrations give a great pleasure Drug Change of water here every day its uses are into ride without a spur in saying it was a perÂ¬ vr wbat to do aoa warns inem wnat not l ao ucncncca nesscs autfjw per day to New York from acUMfe lAJiEitiCAM ruuLUui ta CO PaUadelpbU Dr Phil Roberts has sold his interest in numerable and its benefits can not be earnings A bay mare 4 years old thin in order vivid idea of the hardships of the fect success producing a complete barrels Fa 3S00 Falrmount Atc 8100 toy sua J thence it is to be exported to Germany left in my pasture same night Str the drug firm of Roberts A good system of direct pres- Â¬ Wines to Mr reckoned H E Huntington of the Kentucky African in his own country This ar cure I have also tried it iu many 43 16 Nicholasville Democrat S W DeJARNATT 44- Charley Tudor and the new firm of Wines sure water works would be worth more to Central was in the city yesterday and ticle In Demorents Monthly Magazine other cases witli good results Si Tudor will continue at the old the general prosperity of Richmond than made a proposition to the City Council to for May will alone more lhau repay Millsap Texas stand J R Yekion I desire to sell or exchange for a THE CELEBRATED JACK Dr Roberts will devote his time exclu two railroads We arc unreservedly and locate the machine shops here He said the purchaser but this number just Madison couuty Farm a Farm at Her sively to the practice of medicine unconditionally for water works and sin Â¬ the shops in Covington had been sold to published Is stored with good things Gov P riugtou The Glasgow Times says Dickinson county Kau A Modes of Travel in H Leslie cerely hope that our good citizens will the C Montanas Democratic great bargaiu O and the K C would be com- Â¬ among them Jail on The Improvement in Gas beautifully illustrated Ten Chief Executive is removed to give push the matter to a successful termina- Â¬ pelled to build before January 1st that if Japan C T Black at Striugtown The Gas Company have completed the tion Paris would give 50000 the shops would Woman Poets of America with their place to Benjamin Franklin White 44 47 R R Camp Will make the present season at Silver addition to their works increasing their be located here that work would be portraits and numerous other inter- Â¬ one of the Republican elect Gov Creek Distillery at capacity sufikently to supply all demands Grand Lodge Knights of Honor Lalor buys Country Produce Kags begun on the buildings at once and esting articles and entertaining stories Leslie will remain In Helena and 25 For Jennets and 10 For Mares to In- Â¬ of a city three times Richmonds size A Last issue we mentioned that Mr R they would cost 200000 that the pay Â¬ for the children as well as for the old immediately re enter upon the practice and Iron 44 17 notable feature of the improvement is the L Gentry was in Louisville as a delegate roll now amounts to sure a Living Colt he law Several 120000 a year and f jlks besides Its renowned Fashion of his profession Stockholders Meeting absence of tlie former sulphur odor to the Grand Iodge Knights of Honor Department making it a Family Mag Â¬ exceedingly advantageous legal prop- Â¬ that about 500 men would be employed AND Clinton is 16 hands and one inch high When the moon doth cease to shine the He arrived there in time to be present at The Council will likelv There will be a meeting of the stock- Â¬ Will make the season of 18S9 at my fine bone and substance jet black mealy submit the propo- Â¬ azine that should be found in every ositions have for some time been at the street lamps wW begin to burn Thursday the grand banquet at Leiderkranz Hall sition to the voters Kentuckian Citizen home Published by W Jennings acceptance of Gov Leslie and it is al- Â¬ holders of the Richmond Street Rail Â¬ stables at the Alexander Tribble nlace nose and makes a grand appearance 4 miles from Rlchmohd on the Big night Bred by John W Allison of Uourbon Demorest 15 East 14th Street New together probable that from a finan- Â¬ way Company at the law office of Hill turnpike will serve Jennets at Tuesday night miinto fnnlvl Mir 5jth 82 20t bv John Bennett on Tuesday April 20th York The Grand Lodge closed on Wednes Â¬ It cial stand point his removal will be of Nast In America dam by Peacock 2nd Longfellow Court of Claims at 2 oclock p sr for the election of 520 TO X17STTPE A LIVING COLT dam by Lord 1stWellington 3m aam oj day after a two days session la its Issue of April 4 America cele- Â¬ Last week a blizzard struck South benefit to himself and n tew mares at 10 Money due Leviathan 4th dam by Mountain Leader This court convened on Monday with officers aud a Board of Directors The hour of election having arrived brated its entry upou its second year when tbo colt comes or mare parted To tias Consumers the justices of the peace present Judge Knights 43 44 Bernard Wood and Galje were by appearing in a new and very much Dakota and there being no snow fires Longfellow was got by Long Madison with or removed from the neighbor-Â¬ Chenault presiding Dr J W Harris appointed tellers Having iu creased our capacity to sprung up iu every direction The tel- Â¬ 1st dam by imp Rojral Duke 2nd dam by more convenient form of double the The new Gas is pure odorless and of hood where she belonged when bred resigned as Poor House physician and egram tells us that A sea of fire more than double that of the previous S Sickels nominated for Grand Dic JUMBO Is a black Jack with white Mohawk strouger caudle power thau ever 41- Dr TJ Fain was elected to fill the vaÂ¬ tator T Funk F L McChesney of number of pages It makes a further sweeps with resistless roll over the plant our works require closer at- Â¬ Jack men throughout the county say he points 15 hands liTgli will be 4 years J departure in the ahnpe of a cartoon by old 3rd day of October He has extra is- the best bred jack in the State cancy Dr Harris is in Louisville attend Â¬ Paris eloquently seconded the nomina tention and the presence of the SuperIf you have not tried any of our var- Â¬ fine body Thomas Nast who will be a regular prairies of Southern Dukato leaving ing a course of lectures Will graze mares and jennets at the In ashes hundreds of homes and devas Â¬ intendent nearly all the time Mr ious brands of flour do so at once and and superiorhead aud ears large foot 1000 per tion Andrew Oftutt of Lebanon made contributor to Its columns bone and muscle In fact Mr Nast tating miles of fertile per day mile was given to the Stony run and Ford a similar second and then W H land Whole John Baxter has been employed as the be convinced that you can get as good he presents every indication of good rate of 10 cents WSHUMECO Bryan has taken as the subject for his Initial turnpike towns wiped out of existence by the regular collector for the Company and flour at home and at as low prices as breeding and has proved himself to be Silver Creek Ky of Paducah in the name of 400 Knights cartoon 39 51 Our Political University Sired by L T a sure foal getter of Paducah also seconded Mr Funks which be represents ns a mammoth all consuming flames A rough esti- Â¬ will visit all consumers first of each you can anywhere else Quisenberrys Garfield 1st dam by Commander 41- Officers mate places the loss at three million month Thanking all our patrons for E Fobman SoK name Averrado he by Imported Averrado demijon from which emergen a typi- Â¬ Respectfully Annual election R C Stockton Em Â¬ dollars and it may be more Several past favors we are Â¬ W II Yost of Muhlenberg nominat cal ward politician 2nd dam a Double Mammoth Jennet ron DYSPEPSIA From the mouth people burned to inent Commander W F Francis Gen Â¬ ed Hon Richmond Gas Company death 44 45 Use Browns Iran Hitters TAYLOR RICE T G Stuart of Winchester of the jug issues 11 flag pole from which rhrstcUcs recommend It G W Evans Pres eralissimo Wm Bennett CapUin Gen Â¬ Wm Wadsworth Jr of Maysville sec- Â¬ flies an Genuine LOO per bottle Irish flag underneath which All deslers keep It 44- eral J A Higgins Prelate C D Chen- Â¬ onded this nomination PEOPLE EVERYWHERE F HAdair Secy has trtde mark and crossed red lines on wrapper flutters a badly tattered utars and RECORD 234 j STANDARD ault Senior Warden J J Brooks Junior The first ballot resulted Funk fifty stripes wllh the jack down The whole Confirm our statement when we say CAUIION TO MOTHERS Warden J E Greenleaf Treasurer Pianos and Organs at your own price D six Stuart-sixty-oc Mr Stuart was cartoon is full of characteristic work that Ackers English Remedy is iu by Harold Dining Brother to Yuba 224 44 53 P Armer Recorder Every mother is cautioned against at Collins Hagnna D W Tribble accordingly declared elected more in detail than has bt u usual every way superior to any and all other giving All of which are ot the Latest her child laudanum or para Standard Bearer E E Mitchell War Â¬ preparations for the Throat and Lungs The other officers elected were J T with Nast of late Flour Styles Choicest Designs Best goric it creates an unnatural craving den M H Stockton CapUin General Funk Grand Vice Dictator A J Hess Iu Whoopiug Cough and Croup it Is LIGHTNINGA story entitled The Stolen Head 1st dam Yolaode by Belmont At the Bonanza Roller Mills you Workmanship and at Prices to Grand Assistant Dictator James A by J F Towbrldge leads the tabe of magic and relieves at once We offer for stimulants which kills the mind of 2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrino Dafy Competition Quit It the child Ackers Baby Soother Is will find such choice brands of flour ns Demaree Grand Reporter O E Com contents to which Julian Hawthorne you a sample bottle free Remember Chief Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Pride of The Climax is always glad to have stock Chaplain Wm Hall Grand the Itev J L Maxwell Joseph How Â¬ this Remedy is sold on a positive guar specially prepared to benefit children 3rd dam Portia by Roebuok pacer and cure heir pains It is harmless Richmond and Governor McCreary letters from persons who have things of Guide and E G Boone Grand Guardhm ard Jr Fred Perry Powers Charles P antee by W G White Prescription 41- 4tu dam by Whip thoroughbred Fokman Son E and contains no Opium or Morphine interest to make public but we must for The Knights of Honor originated mJBrynn and others contribute articles Druggist Seven Splendid Companies Sold by W G White Prescription m the ten thousandth lime protest against Louisville and there arc more members The Richmond Gss Company are ofvarled interest anonymous letters no matter how good in Kentucky of that body than in any Jeff King who killed James Btuch Druggist prepared to furnish you with a Btroug North America - Philadelphia Concurrent with its change In form in Bell county has been held without The above horse will make the season they may be If you cant send your other two States combined The order - - Massachusetts Springfield 44- Death of 16S9 nt Mnbles or Plilllipa WE ALSO HAVE America announce a reduction in ball John Crook Turner of the Tur The one fourth interest Iu the land flow of pure illuraluatiug gas sme dont send the letter Your name was founded through James A Demaree price from S3 50 to S3 per year - - - New York ernge at Fair GrouudsRebuiend Ky- It facllon was released on bond King and one half interest in the mineral Flour meal bran aud ship statt at Germania Â¬ does not of necessity have to appear with June Connecticut - - - Hartford at FOKTY D0ILAItS TO INSURE A LIV 30 1873 with seventeen members Â¬ THEHSNDSOMESTHEBSE was brought hero Wednesday aud rights of a body of land near Beatty Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken Niagara the letter or items but we want it just only one of whom have since died The - - - New York ING Colt Bourbon county has lost her oldest ville owned by Tate was sold by the t ucky Deatbersge Apply to Phillips E Fohjtan Son lodged in jail He is an undersized he same You may not be able at a seventeen members have grown to 129 - - - - Cincinnati Amazon inhabitant Levi Friend died at the oldish looking man with no appearance Master Commissioner of the Fraukliu Richmond Ky or to im at Silver Ever brought to Richmond and glance to see why wc should object to 596 living throughout the forty two States Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia Creek Ky IS LIFE W0RTK LIVING County Poor House at one hundred Circuit Court andwas bought by Col Â¬ am prepared to attend to all Un publishing mere items such for instance of the nation and in the province of Can Â¬ and two years of age He was a vet whatever of the Ideal mountain desCO S BURNAM 40 52 T Norman of Fraukfort Beattyville Not if you go through the world a ROOK BOTTOM RATES dertaking in the best style and ia Stanford Journal as Bill Dinger died with fever Miss ada Its payments of 2000 to the heirs eran of the war of 1812 and was one of perado dyspeptic Cor In Estill Eagle Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets any part of the county Jennie Snooks is to be married next of each deceased member has amounted the party who lied the rope to hang are a positive cure for the worst forma Office at Farmers National Bank Lalora Cash Store Is a regular Mar- Â¬ -week Steve Flyupthecreck got his leg to 29000000 and 4000000 has been Mayes and Crouch who tried to kill Poor Ireland will likely never know of Dyspepsia - Indigestion Flatulency JiFWe solicit yonr parcia p Call and see us before placing ket House for Fresh Canned Corn broke what a blessing Ganters Chickeu aud Constipation satisfied that we can cf Sic But suppose none of paid in sick benefits James Andrew UtterbacK at Dry Ridge in 1845 u Guaranteed aud your insurance Tomatoes Peas and all kinds of Green these are true but sent in by some mis Demaree the founder of the order has Cholera Cure has been to America It sold by W G White Prescription both in goods and prices 44 17 Vegetables and Fruits BURNAM HUME ehievous person for the mere fun of the been Grand Reporter from the beginning I am prepared to do all kinds of Peculiar in medical merit and won is not only a preventive but It positive Â¬ Druggist ii lo flnt sending We are left in a devil of a fix The Grand Lodge par roll for the session derful cures Hoods Sarsaparilla N B Milling property and Carpenters work furnished elifra style BUCHANAN i QR1ENLEAF Cows Grass and water ly cures the sick chickens It falls Pasturage For It Also estimates oh 4wrt nd a j0flg waj from Foxtown to boot was 162790 Main St East of First The previous session cost Now Is the time to take it for no it almndant Apply to Go to Lafor8 fash Store for Grocer countryBtores r specialty remember your money will be refund Â¬ notice HTYIiERBAXTKfc Always sign your name 44- meet good DR 0WEVAXS will do the Brooks ed by Stockton 44 17 41- It 32 31 f778 It ies 17 1SS9 Â¬ APRIL Surveyor of Port Col John K Faulkner has returned from Washington City When asked about his chances for Surveyor of the Port of Louisville he smiled and said he thought every man woman and child in Washington in their homes on the street cars or walking the streets had a Pigs in Clover box trying hard to put all four of the wild and slippery pigs into the pen at one time i Guide to the Blue Grass Regions This is the title of a handsome volume 12x16 inches in size finely and profusely PERSONAL RELIGIOUS NEWS PARAGRAPHS PI3IPLES ON THE FACE Denote an impure state of the blood Miss Rachel Stofer duughter of Silas aud are looked upon by many with Slofer of Montgomery county died suspicion Acker Blocd Elixir Will last week aged 17 year remove all Impurities and leave the MlssHsllie Hubbard of Louisville complexion smooth aud clear There Se was thrown from a buggy at Hodgeu is nothing that will so thoroughly build up the constitution ville audtkllled on Sunday purify aud strengthen the whole system Sold and Sell Mrs M E Cox aged 45year and George Hopps aged 74 years a native guaranteed by W Q White Prescrip-Â¬ Sell tion Druggist of Eugland died at Danville SHACKELFORD GENTRY r100 The Vandiver Tile The Old Hickory TIlG HaW03tIl Â¬ WHOLESALE Salt Lime Cement the Celebrated stead Fertilizers in load lots just received and trade supplied at Lowest Prices JOHN TAYLOR 1 m cight-year-ol- Â¬ Tile Bell City TIlG Sio Ilea SIie Oliver Tile Big Injun Tile Honest Tile EaXCelleXlf Te Gentry Tile IVIoilcLrcl2 25oineKade Sell THE BEST of EVERYTHING Known to the right-of-wa- y Hardware World EKThey SHACKELFOEDGENTHY are hustlers from away back and dont you forget it Â¬ Â¬ ATi y 1 Are You a Man or a Mouse a Â¬ r sick-headac- Â¬ COME AND SEE US JAGE FREEMAlff IB ee il ia McKeeTraynor Itticlimond KexitricliyHIGJIUliD TT7TS U9 x ill Â¬ STLLIOHS 1889 at 19 0 Â¬ T Ur0iM TI7TT 1 W AJLlIJLl3 at n- - snTni tf VXJ5Ja nn5r JTJElLOrjCj TT 4rTr Â¬ Breck Phelps h jl ir id 7t j- - is SOSES Jhr TO LET r lo- - all ml you Â¬ A FULL LIIVE OF TIIVTrVItE as of i J Stolen Reward ROOFING and GUTTERING to ORDER ea an jhI BRSGK PHELPS the not ip- are Â¬ COST iioi-sks-iio- - er- - 1 S Ices oo Â¬ TTTIbvCBOI CLIHTOIT FURNITURE and When you buy furniture purchase NEW GOODS LATEST DESIGNS Chamber Suits from the large stocknow in our Warerooms - Parlor Suits Â¬ Chairs Wardrobes i Sideboards YAZOO Extension Tables room Suits INSURANCE TORNADO Backs Bed room Suits ts tr FIRE and i UHDERTAKIHG Â¬ Carpenters Work pkc -jr- jfc ilanirt iaS -- - 9 WAc -- jiiJlVi -- ifcjfi r lwis4sfWrlPT r -- j wgy- - - I I r Fl EGALITE Record 233K 6take at Lex Winner of the ington Ky PHfr in 1SS3 aud both einkrs at sutue place in ISSt tonkins his record jnf 233J in a Jog Sired by Egbert ire of Emms pacer Egmout 223J Sujierior 226i Illinois Benefaoter 4 year old 257 Egbert Three-Year-OI- d Â¬ M ll 2nd dam by lb dam of Ulosier217 Alexander Norman itireof Lula215 May Queen 220 and the dams Ker iimm Medium 220 Fanny Hbinon Saft Maideu 223 Banner Boy 22a J Aliee Addiwti 2 27 and Bed Jim 230 Egbert by Ityedyks Hambletmiiaii dxtH by MeK piiKtr Duroc and he by Ufis JfambtetomaH iALITK is a very rich obestnut 1st tiaai by Stockbriilge Chief 2J sire of REPUBLICAN DIPLOMATES The Constellation of Nobodies Appointed by the Grandson of Ills Grandfather All tbo charlatanism of tho Repub- Â¬ lican party expressed itself in Gar- Â¬ fields choice of Robert T Lincoln for Secretary of War Tho persistence of that idea was most notably proved by tho retention of Lincoln in a subse- Â¬ quent Cabinet whonco all but he had fled It was in keeping with this bo Â¬ gus Republican spirit that Frederick Grant partner of Ferdinand Ward was nominated for Secretary of State In Now York in 1887 Harrisons haste to send Grant to Austria-Hungar- y exhibited his faith in Republican hands 1 ineiies high ud weigh over 1200 pouinteHe is the finest lsncte ever seen in this county either His colts nil ftaMtttac or in harness lstvj 4xe liitteti and action Although Watt need but few colle be if fcire of in Ken of the beet wrel humbuggory The mission to tho court of St James is now given to Robert T Lin- Â¬ coln a gentleman who loft to his own resources would remain In an obscure station through life Mr Lincoln goes to fill a place- such as was in- Â¬ trusted to the Adamses Franklins and JcfTcrsons when tho Ro public was feeble Tho idea must bo that in its This powder never varies A marvel of might this Nation needs a lower type purity strensili and whelesonicncss More of ability economical than tho ordinary kinds midÂ¬ Why Mr Harrison should pass out cannot be sold in competition with the mul titudes of low te t short weight Hlnm nnd sldo of politics to resurrect tho Sold only In canv phosphate powders Koyai Making ToWDEc Co 106 Vail Street idea as a joss for fools 21 20 New York worship can also be explained with tho argumenlum ad homincm Mr OFFERED Harrison is himself tho beneficiary of lj m is no indication of liis mW trot ehxe to 220 at a totted Mr Henry Tray nor wlw ttiiMt him says imrriiigSusiets he if the fcrtert imI ginest uorse he ever HtttMltttti Mny Hi te Absolutely Pure three-yenr-ok- ls rrd lie c will make lite ni of 1S89 at Johu it liewfctiliV place 11 miles rim ItfetSHMMtd am Lexinglou piRe at 36 TO IHSU33 A LIVING COLT JMtey 4e wImi mure id parted with Khert ii e w lien c lt W foaled EGA LITE H- - never made a reason for W- - titan 41 but ill order to give littt at ofHHMlunity Jo prove his nie a bin- - Me have placed his riurity t taviec reaeii of all this hmIiih Ih pleim lite fervioenf this helute lite mMm we will say itwrt yttH c ii jtof ibty make a mistake iy lweed- i- lo hiwi If you dont m ill get a bore tliet part a trttier ymi wW always- - cmtoiMiid big price Mares krn on grat 10 cents per Aet ideiits or escapes at owners H fit JvT5P the 4tTtnilft tenfif Catarrh fanHead bytho proprietors of In the propaganda tr W iMc 4- ie Â¬ Headache Symptom of Catarrh obstruction of nose discharges falling Into throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent Woody and putrid eyes weak ringing in ears expecto deafness difficulty of clearing throat offensive Â¬ ration of offensive matter breath debility smell and taste Impaired and renernl Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres Â¬ ent at once Thousands of cases result In con Â¬ sumption nnd end In the grave By Its mild soothing and healleg properties Dr Saros Remedy cures tho worst oases 50c jas DR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY rr iv -- h m tcSJv ItUXV The Original - - JXO B CJ1KXAULT CO a in st IvM ntll Gmnllrt nhfflTW w One Pellet a Dose est easiest to take Cure Melt Headache Bilious Headache Indigestion nirzlncws Consllpatloudangements of Itllioua Attacks and all eta by druggists S3 the stomach and bowels LJUSftw inT oasaivt wtoj wo ItvraDins rr Qt3ufcA UtHarmiiu 2524 Cholera Curs BABFlELD wr TSiCK lX4vo nTHL Sickness imiuj wiyanou ur v 3JmZCiULRTGRj sJ 0 Va LKP eaJ t - 4 V nVld irii W Mkj 5 Z 3 Democratic Republicans should not be thankful for such a stop toward mon- Â¬ archy and aristocracy The appointments of Editor Rico of tho North American Review to Rus- Â¬ sia and Patrick Egan to Chili are in the nature of wages due Both these gentlemon damaged their own reputation for fairnoss anl intelligence in upholding tho war tariff Tho mission of Mr Halstcad to Germany was not to be idly criticised Mr Halstead once out of Ohio be- Â¬ comes a statesman Doubtless he would havo reflected honor on his country nt loast tho Horald has no other thought Morit and service to his party award him a conspicuous place in our blue book If ho could not have shone alone when set in such a constellation of nobodies as now for the first tine adorns our diplomatic heavens ho would have disappointed even those roadors whom he has al ready disheartened by his overweening spirit of editorial partisanship Chi- Â¬ cago Horald Â¬ 4g8 L t55 i HONEST AND PATRIOTIC A Calm Review of the Grand IVork Ac Â¬ complished by Grover Cleveland reaf clonacp biuriiyt vMf iac avon3c3 trtt f rt i unvji ire sJifcr 42 45 aaPructm T08flflrt ft 13 viunQujriciuuirt Dfll ATIANTA CLA Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than aU other diseases combined But the discover of a remedy that positively ernm it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your raonev will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 18 18 STOCKTON BROOKS K MILES HE SHORTEST 8 Hours the Quickest BETWEEN Ho has been honest nnd independent Had Grovor Clovoland ohoson to be a dishonost or insincere man he could now pick out from tho crowd of those who attack him a big contingont of sycophantic followers Had ho chosen to bo less than independent and self reliant nowspapcrs that now condemn him would sound aloud the praise ol him But ho choBo his own career No man or set of mon could run him and by bis sturdy stubbornness in this regard ho drew to him the people who like a mighty army trod under foot his political enemies and rati fled at tho polls the great maxim that An honest mans the noblest work ol God They did not re elect him be causo tbo forces of corruption and mis- Â¬ representation were against him But they loved him better as tholr defeated captain in a good cause than if ho had carried New York and defeated Harri- Â¬ son Tho timo has not yet arrived when the Amorican pcoplo dislike honesty and devotion to duty as attributes of thoir public servants Cleveland never wavered from tho stern senso of i Cincinnati and fc Orleans TIME 27 HOURS ENTIRE TKARfS BAGGAGE CARS DAY COACHES AND SLEEPERS Run Through Without Change THE SHORTEST THE QUICKEST BKTWEBN T5SE 110 MILES 7 IIOUBS BS8FS MM CUTTER GRINDER Aim Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida TIME 2S HOURS The Only Line Running Through Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to JackHiHvilU- Without Change - obligation to tho country It Is n common remark that if ho had not written his celebrated tariff message ho would havo been re elected If this bo true ho deserves the more honor because in this ho exemplified the theory that it is better to bo right than bo President This party of ours good natured in defeat magnanimous in victory nnd so firmly built that it will last as long as the sun or tho earth thanks him for what he has done for It Ho has shown not by magniloquent promises but by action that tho Democratic party can be trusted Its gratitude to him Is deop and earnest and so long as he lives the immense army of tho Democracy with hero and there a it3 loader i SHELLER is JMTurpwt ridiculously feeble exception will love Clovoland Utlca N Y Conbiaed ia One Frame The Oalj Ccsbined Feed Mill Made theshoktlhste FROXJUNCTIOX CITY TO Observer THE BERLIN MISSION Halstead Nomination Itejocted by the Broad Hand of Doodle Vtrrasied MM Give Satisfaction fc In lican Senate That ho is now willing to take office under Blalno is as much a part of his personal weakness as tho truth ho was DISGER AHD TBAHSPUHTEn AND inconsistent enough to toll was a part Lljht Einiple fJrsnc and SCertlra of his strength It is true that only in paroxysmal Done Promptly CARPETS LAID IN It is the onlr scifK IeantiHr DIrer moments is ho Inconsistent onough to FINE STYLE Give him a Call 24- made and can be used in any kind of soil 00 matter how sticky with perfect tell such truth but it must be remem- Â¬ eare It thus possesses great odran tages over all other diggers In the mar-Â¬ bered that his nature Is paroxysmal in ket Wfth It a man can easily dig 300 nearly every thing to 400 holes per day It Is exceedingly Whore there Is no question of pubUc light yet very strongly made and war Â¬ Two Five Room Cottages in Par policy at stake wo do not bellove in ranted Price 4 rWis addition with plank walk from political revenges and we think it pe Xaia street Apply to G PETERSEN S GO culiarly unfortunate that Mr Hal Â¬ Geo H Myers or HOLIKB ILL stead should have been made the vic- Â¬ 7- HIS AOKXT S D PAHBISII 29 2 tim of tho truth he told Ho has not had such spasms too often to havo them fixed on him as a habit He needed encouragoment rather than robuke WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF His language was that of Cincinnati but it was truthfuL It was the broad and greasy hand of boodle that filled the Senate with Republican money sacks that bought New York and In- Â¬ diana that put Harrison in the Prosl doncy Blaine Windom Proctor and Wanamaker in tbo Cabinet and that is now controlling the Government of the United States against tho majority of tho people Since Mr Halstead put away the Bloody Shirt wo have forgiven him Now we thank him He can not have euch paroxysms too often St Louis Kext Door to Post Office When Mr Murat Halstead of Cin- Â¬ cinnati said some years ago that the broad and greasy hand of boodle was I SfS J Sir Areolar ts JAClvSON on tho five Republican Senators who MACT VICKSBORG recently voted to roject his nomination Williamsbnrg Ind MOBILE as Minister to Germany he expressed a patent truth in inolegant language 27 63 Ckx e CouneciHiii Made at New Or- Â¬ Tho broad and greasy hand of boodle leans with Southern Pacific 9SZ Srrrtnr u on them and not on them alone but nln awl Texas Pad He for - la i actt tiakllife n pan tiro Republican ini9 uur our mcUmi l2tiigpitdiiritrttt Texas Mexico California on tho enRepublican partySenate and tho wholo raa wm w wtfl en4 f rcr tc if 12 Hours Quicker than rfjy HWlB Mr Halstead is not a consistent man anj other Line Kt ISChiS m d ia Tho fact that ho staled this great truth th AUrnU k tft WMKfch tenAffBCirrearnileta Direct Connection Made at Shreveport about tbo Senators of his own party vaiit art with Texas ami Pacific By -I j KM aianlioarInck7 cm uk ttct tm rttani we shows that ho has lucid intervals in ftt w snd to ifeaM wb without Truubfer for yvr rL ellt aSwll aMMtatf afterwb 3 mj which ho values truth moro than conbacoane noBoarth 7r Hesico California sistency It is tho Halstead of these xoprrtr ltti fru BtMua ia ITothern Tosas KB jS a4ftt- ih Kin err Datcata and the west luakabiTinmctl fonrtaata lucid intervals for whom tho Republic m OltHMMIMVUik wwa Ul aC rtacluBrata aad saw aHa for has a sincere regard In one of thorn SyFor Ratei Mapc aildres An ho told tho truth about James G M5 Frs jPM Mltal mt tt Bt IM can u FRANK W WOOLEY batcf fcvwoMM csvc nc how rb vriM Tnv Pa s AkL Ivexinginti Ky Blalno in Cincinnati English not oven mp amliim m twm IhM the Wt wertd Bd surpassed In force by tho above sample orC S BARRETT TSUEtbCO tiox 7iO AuuUh Alatno Trav Pass Agt CliattHiiooga Tenn of what Cincinnati English is at its 27 28 best and worst He no more scrupled D G Edwards J C Gault thon to describe Blaine as a freebooter Geul Mgr Gen Pass Agt HAHHISOKDMILLSR and huckster of public trusts than he Cincinnati O did to toll tho truth about tho Repub Â¬ 109 IRVINE STREET ta y time abd OriwJgiB npoa JUnSj fire machines in te CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN Lsa r rb r- v-- e I kM u- 01 MKI 4aV 7 Â¬ 1 - lfa Ui Furniture Repairing UPHOLSTERING Ryans Patent PortMe FOB JHENT THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE CO Republic m m FiME VEHICLUS FOR THE TRADE Write for Catalogue CKCKKATI OHIO U SA yskTo 41 14 SSESIBLE LOW COST HOUSES w ATIJlSetWei -- SENSIBLE THCM allH CUtLu I 111 f Hindis New ready Thit eoaulas pises UliTtiom aa complete deKriptiecs of SB Sew how yoa cut heiid a triOOO boaM for 8 1 750 and haw to make Uma huaditame eoRvcnlent lienlthr llrht coot aad nlrr la scmraer aad ehraplrheaied In wUitsr Tells lntecdiaz tallders of homts 10 2o aad arnt tkni what not to do Dverites houses adopted to aU rHmala KAIIONAI AltCJH ITECTS UHIOM 6 180 hy man yff Chestnnt Street rhlladdpUa Fa ilCtii O w untvro hit tiieiiw HOW IXW mm rht PRESIDENTIAL BOOTY The First and Second Harrison and the Half Starred Buzzards It seems a peculiarity of Prosidcnts of tho house of Harrison that thoy at Â¬ tract to the place where tho spoils car- Â¬ cass is moro of the buzzards called office seekers than do Presidents of any other family During fifty years from tho organization of tho republic In 1789 tho capital never witnessed any thing like tho countless hordes of tho hungry ind tho thirsty that 7r- r i swarmed thero upon tho accession of body oUe Is at present Inevitably pow Harrison tho First Their numbers erless and Incapable As thoro Is like their importunitios by day and by ly to bo very llttlo work for tho army night tholr incessant ravenous hid Â¬ horenfter In the caro of tho Indians It eous clamor for the loot and booty of will be avullablo for this sorvico of public plocos and employments drove guarding tho National forests Tho tho poor old man who held tho ap- Â¬ work can bo dono well by tho army pointing power to delirium and doath and it would cost nothing or very In thirty days Says a historian of little whllo any other plan would his brief reign Sometimes in his necessarily bo both Ineffective and My dear costly This guardianship nnd do delirium he would say madam I did not direct that your hus- Â¬ fenso of tho Nations forests band should be turned out I did not by tho army of tho nation should bo know It- - I tried to prevent iL1 On continued and maintained until a suf- Â¬ anothor occasion ho cried out in broken ficient numbor of adequately trained sentences It is wrong I wont con- Â¬ and equipped foresters has boon pro Â¬ sent itis unjust Theso applications vided by the National Government for In- Â¬ will thoy nover nover cease the administration of a complete and deed it is an accepted fact of history permanent system and policy for tho that tho resistless assault of tho army management of tho forest on tho pub-Â¬ of ofllco bcggors was the cause of tho lic domain death of tho first Harrison exactly ono This brings us to consldor tho third month after his inauguration step This should bo tho nppolntmont Tho hordo of buzzards by which Har- Â¬ by tho President of a commission to rison tho Second is now environed ex- Â¬ mako a thorough examination of tho ceeds in number as woll as in raven condition of the forests bulouglng to ousness thoso that killed Ms ancestor the Natiou and of their relation to tho And It is tho openly expressod opin- Â¬ agricultural interests of tho regions ion of tho Northorn Senator from Illi- Â¬ through which tho strpams flow which nois that they will drive this Harrison have their sources In thoso forests also to his death unless ho shall pro-Â¬ and to report with tho facts observod ceed at once to farm out tho appoint a oomprohensivo plan for the preserva- Â¬ which tion and managomont of tho public ing power to tho Senators ought to bo ours by right says that forests including a system for train- Â¬ Senator ing by tho Government of a sufficient Mr Farwell overlooks tho fact that number of foresters for the National Second is a much younger forest service Harrison the man than was Harrison tho First and Tho Commission should determlno the further fact that being a graduate what portions of tho oxisting forests of tho political school of Indiana he on the public domaiu should bo per-Â¬ is tough sir very tough There Is Â¬ preserved not so much dnngcr tberoforo that manentlyrcmaindor nnd in what man ner tho should bo disposed tho spoils beggars will kill him but of Tho forests can bo so tho likeness In other respects between managed Kational will that they be the conditions following tho installa- reproduced nnd will yield pcrpotually forever an ot tho two Harrisons suggests tion Â¬ some occult and mysterious relation of abundant supply of timber for tho in tho house of Harrison to tho insatiable habitants of tho adjacent country nnd Â¬ lust of tho Presidential loot and booty a revenue which will moro than sustain tho cost of the forest service A Chicago Globo National School of Forestry should bo established at a suitable place In ono OF THE DAY NOTES of tho great mountain forosts on iue Tho end of sectionalism will be public lands and lte cquipihont should tho beginning of tariff reform N Y bo as thorough and adequate for its World purpose as that of tho National Mili- Â¬ Congressmen aro olected to tary Academy at West Point Garden mako laws not to servo on patronage nnd Forest boards or to act as bosses of tholr dis- Â¬ tricts by permission of the President NEEDED A BOOTJACK St-- Louis Republic A Not Altogether Romantic Incident In The choice of such a person as Jenklnnon AVIpedunbs Courtship Mr Allan Thorndiko Rico to tako the Jcnkinson Wlpodunks would not place so admirably filled by Mr Lo havo exchanged situations with the throp at St Petersburg belittles the President of tho United States tho government that makes It Boston Princo of Wales or tho drum major of Post a brass band Momorandum from Murat Hal Fellsty MoGlnnls had answered yes steads diary under date of March 28 In a voico as soft and gentle as tho 1889 The United Statos Sonatoria sigh of Music in a droamloss sleep or a vindictlvo animal Groat care Is tho murmuring wail of a caressing Chi- Â¬ necessary In stirring him up brcexo from lothean waters soothingly cago Horald fanning tho whiskers of Father Time Lost stolen or strayed a war Fellsty ho oxclalmod rapturously horse Answers to tho namo of as his left hand and arm disappeared Forakor Information only wanted from sight with a rapid yet sneaking The person finding him can keep him motion toward the back of tho sofa on as bis former masters havo no further which thoy sat and tho fingers of his uso for him Chicago Times right hand appeared to bo feeling for Halstead doesnt go to Germany something In his vest pocket you Hero is a chanco for as Minister have made mo tbo happiest man in tho fLogsn world Hayc The timid upturned glnnco of her iGarnild liquid dark oyos and tho warm blush Chicago Times that ovorsproad tho happy faco of the Oflonslvo partisanship Is not lovely girl replied more eloquontly a good reason in Postmastor Gonoral than words could havo done Wanamaker s opinion for tho removal And you will forgivo my presump- Â¬ of a postmaster so Mr Clarkson tion darling ho continued if in an- Â¬ bouncos the Democrats for pernicious ticipation of your nnswor I havo ventÂ¬ activity In politics St Louis Post- - ured to provido mysolf with with a Dlspatch with a Organizations for tho reduction Jenkinson paused in some apparent of wages should not bo tolerated undor oxcitomont and his finger and thumb prosperous high tariff administra- Â¬ nervously explored his vost pocket a tion A proclamation from President without seeming to find any thing Harrison on tho subject might do I I must havo lost it ho gasped much good now in Pennsylvania Follsty it wits a ring Ha Porhaps Louisville Courier JournaL It is in some other pocket Tho office seekers should stop Rising to his feet ho thrust a tremb- Â¬ aside for a fow minutes and permit ling hand into his trousers pocket Prcsldont Harrison to operate projec- Â¬ Thero was a holo in that pocket tion so as to fill tho dinner palls of Jenkinson said Follsty as sho tho tens of thousands of iron workers noted with concern hl3 ghastly face and woolen operatives who havo re on which tho light of a desporate re-Â¬ cently had their wages reduced by solve was breaking dont grieve over highly protected manufacturers it It will turn up You are excited Buffalo Courier Is thore any thing I can do to It is ostimatod that tho aggroYes exclaimed Jenkinson in a gate wealth of tho Cabinet Is not hollow voice Folisty I think I know above 3000000 The reader should where that ring is Ii you would do be careful not to mistake tho word mo a favor I shall nover forget until wealth as signifying value However the lost hour of my life for tho lovo of great tho aggregate wealth of tho Heaven go nnd got me a bootjack and plutocratic Cabinet may bo its aggre Â¬ leave mo to myself for a few moments gate valuo to tho country promises to Chicago Tribune bo very small Chicago Globe RECIPE FOR BEAim The grandson of his grand- Â¬ father could not refuse to countenance Tho Effect of Habitual Nobleness on tho Expression of the 1cicr tho claims of tho son of his father Looking on fino faces wo admiro and hence tho sending of tho Envoy Extraordinary to Vienna To com throo things foaturos color and ex- Â¬ plete tho matter it would bo now in orÂ¬ pression Tho features these forms der to send to the Senate tho name of of brow noso and chin aro boquests Ferdinand Ward as Consul Goneral to coming often from far ancestors our Some nrrangoment colors too aro in the main bequests tbo same city might be made to procure his releso depending on tho quality of tlssuo and from Sing Sing Tho firm of Grant of blood the moro immediate parents Ward would thus bo rehabilitated un Â¬ give it but oxpresslon is very lasgoly der moro favorablo auspices Albany own our affair And oven with good N Y Argus features and clearest colors oxpresslon is tho best part of beauty Tboplnyof THE NATIONS FORESTS thought will and looting on tho faco xTovr to Preserve from Rathles DestrucÂ¬ of noblo thoughts firm self controls tion by Unscrupulous Speculators and pure unselfish gontle feelings Tho first step in tho effort to provido Wo can ourselves secure if so wo will for tho conservation of tho forests on Ton yoars of habit three only tho National domain 6hould bo tho one will affect expression years orSomo much withdrawal from sale of all forest ono has said that overy faco ought to lands belonging to tho Nation It will beautiful at forty and another not bo necessary to preserve and main- Â¬ be no old porson to tain all theso forests permanently but that because ho has has a right llfo be ugly to had all his the extent of forest territory which grow beautiful That is to 6ny lifes will bo required by a practical plan of opportunities of nobleness or oven forest prcsorvntlon and management forty years of opportunity if woll for our Western mountain regions can uscd aro enough to mako so much not bo at onoo precisely determined beauty within that it can not holp com- Â¬ A thorough examination of theeo re- ing through tho surface in graceful gions and of the agricultural country habits of tho nerves and muscles Tho depending upon them for its water transfiguration of a pleasant smile Bupply will bo necessary in order to kindly lightings of tho eyes restful 6how what forests must bo retained lines ef soif control about tho lips and what tracts of timber can bo put pure shlnlngs of the face as groat upon tho markot without Injury to tho thoughts kindlo inwardly thoso important Interests involved Until things no parent makes inevitably euch an examination has boon made ours and no fitful week or two of none of the forest lands now belonging goodness gives them and no schooling to the United States should bo sold of tho visage The second stop should bo to com Â¬ nobleness and olthor but only habitual graclousness within and mit to the United Statos army tho care this will givo them alL nnd guardianship of tho forosts belong- Â¬ Splendor from within It is tho only ing to the Nation There is In time of thing which makes tho real and last Â¬ peace no other work of National de Â¬ ing splendor without Trust that in Â¬ fense or protection so Important as Be this which the army can perform and evitable law of self expression It is plain that under existing condi- Â¬ not seem Bo lo soom Bo beautiful tions tho forests on the National doÂ¬ and you will by and by seem so Carvo the face from within not drew it from main will not bo indeed can not be adequately guarded and protected by without Within lies the roblng room tho sculptors workshop For any other means The measures which have been tried including thoso whosoover would be fairer illumina Â¬ tion must begin In tho soul tho faco now in operation or nominally in operation have proved almost entire-Â¬ catches tho glow only from that side ly ineffective Tho forests on the pub-Â¬ It Is tho spirits beauty that makes tho lic lands aro pillagod by settlers and best face evon for the ovenlngs com Â¬ by the employes of railroad and min Â¬ pany tho spirit beauty Is tho only ing companies without scruple or beauty that outlasts tho work and limit Other instruments will havo to wear and pain of life Christian Reg Â¬ bo employed if the forests aro to bo ister preserved Their complete and final destruction with that of the soil Absolutely Postivo Proof which sustains them ia under the Jake I Baysir tho mrutthat bought present system or want of system only a question of time and of a very that 15 suit from you yesterday morn- Â¬ ing has brought it back short time Dealer Why whats tho mattor Tho officers of tho United States Jako Ho says it aint wooL army aro educated by tho Nation for Dealer It aint wool Woll why its Borvices nnd they constitute a body of men not equaled by any other in our dont you toll him it is Jako I did and ho dont bolievo country in tholr equipment for guard Â¬ ing ond protecting tho great forest re- Â¬ mo Dealer Thats too bad Woll tho gions belonging to tho Nation They possess every kind of fitness for this Onlv thine wo can do Is to fihntr him work in greater degree than any other where tho moths havo eaten Into it class of men and if authorized by law Ho didnt notice it yesterday wbon ho to undertake this servico they would took tho suit Detroit Free Press havo the power and tho means nccus- Speculators for a Fall Wrestlars -- Spotted Cayuso gory for Its performance while every Â¬ Â¬ FIFTY Events YEARS AGO FULL OF FUN TVhlcli BUrtlwl Mm leoilo or tho That TIiub Unltrd Stntea Fifty years ago woodon clocks had been in uso ono year Fifty years ago William Sproguo was Governor of Rhode Island Fifty years ago tho Massoohusotts abolition party was organized Fifty years ago Honry Bowon of Providence was Secretary of State Fifty years ago tho Mormons wore driven from Misouri to Nnuvoo 111 Fifty years ago the total vote for Governor of Rhode Island was 9173 Fifty years ago tho banks in tho United States resumed specio paymont Fifty years ago John C Fremont and Jcssio Benton wore secretly mar- Â¬ ried Fifty years ago boot sugar was first made by David L Child of Northamp Â¬ ton Mass Fifty years ngo a survoy was mndo by John Baily for a canal across Con tral America Fifty years ago John Ericsson wa3 ollowcd letters patonton a steam pro pellor boat Fifty years ago Georgo Curtis of Providence was Speakor of tho Houso of Representatives Fifty years ago tho first patent was granted to Goodyear for vulcanized India rubber goods Fifty years ago was established tho first commercial college in Amorica Comers collego of Boston Fifty years ago tho Cnorokco In- Â¬ dians woro removed from Goorgia and placed west of tho Mississippi river Fifty years ago 1000 reformed drunkards marched in procession at tho first anniversary of tho Washing- Â¬ ton socioty Fifty years ago n law was enacted against dueling in tho District of Co- Â¬ lumbia It grow out of tho Cilloy Gravos duol Fifty years ago tho Slrus and Great Western the first ocean steamships entered New York harbor on their re- Â¬ turn trip No 1 Fifty yoars ago tho first steam en gino over mado was tostcd in Now York It was invented by Captain John Ericsson Fifty years ago 1839 tho first wheat was shipped from Chicago amounting to seventy eight bushols It was sent eastward by tho lakes to Buffalo Fifty years ago tho Boston Provi- Â¬ dence railroad had boon in operation three years and tho Stonlngton rall rond a little moro than two years Fifty years ago Josoph A Adams for the first time mado uso of the idea now embodied in tho art of oleetrotyp ing by reproducing from wood cuts Fifty years ago tho first power loom for weaving carpets was set in motion by E B Bigolow of Boston Ten yards a day was its original capacity Fifty years ago tho first railroad spiko machlno was put into uso mak- Â¬ ing fifty a minute forming both point nnd head Henry Burden of Troy N Y was tho Inventor It ranked among the best paying inventions of modoni times Fifty yoars ago the population of tho United States was only 17697420 Tho census cost the Government 833427 Thoro woro slaves in all tho States ex- Â¬ cept Maine Massachusetts Vermont and Michigan Iowa had 10 slaves WiscoiiEu 11 Ohio 3 Indiana 9 Illinois 331 Total In all tho Statos and Territories was 2 ISC 223 N Y Telegram Hardly nny body would care to change places with a turtle and yet ho has a great snap Lovo is blind which may acÂ¬ count for the fact that so many lovora forget to light the gas Tcrro Hauta Express Do de chllo talk Missus Parkusf Waal only patly ho mok do souns but knlnt fom do wuds ylt Harpers Bazar Sailor Shipwrockod man on raft astern signaling us sir wants aid Guess ho wants tho earth Captain Ocean I wonder why Sprigglns doesnt remarked Squlldlg pay his debts Becauso he isnt billed that way Pittsburgh remarked McSwiligen M Clieiai HIS Go IJII IU1I WII sSMISJII10tyH JrtLlJCTW SXEW FIRE We wish to announce to ll public that wo have just open J in tho house next door to the Gar Tha Ponular Lino botweoa nett Dowse on Second street a fresh stock of the beat bramls of Cincinnati Ihdiaapolis LAFAYETTE ond Chronicle A groat many pooplo profess to chango thoir minds very often but the Tti EnUrs Trihi KC3 TCSCCE mtint Ciiirc indications show that it i3 the same old Pullman Sleepins JdrS and Elegant Ito clinlne Chair Oars en Kleb t Trains mind putting on now airs Marthas Blagniflcent Parlor Car on DayTraina Vineyard Herald Full many a gem fllchcd from tho dealers stock The dark and dismal pawnshops hold with care IUIiwry DI3 Tost Yla the C I Full many a stolen watch Is placed In hock and Tin Iails Lias Where three balls dangle oer th9 thorough- Â¬ Fallman Buflct Sleeping Cars Psllman ReeHninp fare Secod Chair Cars New First Class CoKhe Class Coaches and llsggga Czrs all mn through Jewelers Weekly without change between tncianaU and St Louis STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We Cincinnati and St Louis SUtr CHEWING THE MAKEN The Perullar Gum to Re Fonnd In the Mouth of Krery Patazonlan To fit it for use tho natives mako it into pellets then hold it on the point of a stick over a bwin of coJ water a coal of fire is thon approached to it causing it to melt ond trickle down by Tho drops drops into tho basin hardened by tho process aro thon kneaded with tho fingers cold water being added occasionally till tho gum becomes thick and opaquo like putty To chow it proporly requires a great deal of practice and when this indig- Â¬ enous art has been acquired a small boll of maken may bo kept in tho mouth two or throo hours ovory day and used for a wook or longer without losing Its agreeable resinous flavor or diminishing in bulk so firmly doos it hold together Tho makon chower on taking tho ball or quid from his mouth washes it and puts it by for future use just las ono docs with Chewing gum is a tooth brush merely idlo an habit not can be loast that and tho said in its favor is that it allays tho desire for oxcessivo smoking no small advantage to tho idlo dwcllors white or red in this doeort land it also pre Â¬ serves tho teeth hf keeping them free from extraneous matter and gives them such a pretty luster as I have novor scon outside of this region My own attempts at chowing maken havo so far proved signal failures Some- Â¬ how tho gum invariably spreads itsolf in n thin coat over tho interior of my mouth covering tho palate llko a sticking plaster and inclosing tho teeth in a stubborn rubber cose Noth- Â¬ ing will servo to remove it when it comes to this pass but raw suet vigorÂ¬ ously chowod for half an hour with oc- Â¬ casional sips of cold wator to harden tho delightful mixture and induce it to como away Tho culmination of tho mess is when tho gum spreads over tho lips and becomes entangled in tho hairs that overshadow them and whon the closed mouth has to be careful ly oponod with tho Angora until these also become sticky and hold togother firmly as if united by a membrane All this comes about through tho neglect of a simplo precaution and nover happens to tho accomplished masticator who is to tho manner born When tho gum is still fresh occasional- Â¬ ly it loses its quality of stiffness arti- Â¬ ficially imparted to it and suddenly without rhyme or reason rctransforma itsolf into tho raw material as it camo from tho tree The adopt knowing by certain indications whon this is about to happon lakes a mouthful of water at tho critical moment and so averts a result so discouraging to tho novice Maken cbewing is a habit common to every body throughout tho ontiro territory of Patagonia and for this reason I havo described tho very delightful practico at some length Gentlemans Magazine Intolerable Eccentrics Do many Polandors scttlo in Elegant Reclining Chair Car3 askod a New York mnn of Boston V BKTWSaW see ng ami be Thoy No not many a Hublte HI Coine and hare a first cl-Cfirand do not want to become boan Poles I ued that we T1A THE J suppose Drakes Magazine C I St T-- A C sad I It A W Short llns at Tourist What groat changes Commcdlsuc Reclining Chair Cars BETWEEN lime works hero in tho West A fow SnM ftsmilh years ago this region was peopled by Kansas Rus- Â¬ Via SHU30r reds without a white C I St L A C sad T P A W K TCde tler An sonco the drought Its bon At Chicago St lonto and Tearis close anl Im- Â¬ mostly whites without a red Oh ars nsds with sll Lines to We shall sim to secure a fair i tro Mun mediate coaneetlons time works a hoap o changes sad from ths Korthget Wtst and Soathwtit soys Weekly Esggsgi Clecti 1 Ttra Ticttts isdat Ticket ti ill friscipil fiiati of custom by square dealing Office CI be A lvdv with an unmusical voico Can C obtainedviz any line r t all Coupon St I-this Ry also throughout Txlt the handling of desirable good- insisted upon singing nt a party the country Offices What does sho call that Inquired a IOHM ECANeenIPasse3d Tit cnrcirATiQ guest The Tompost I think an DAVID CHENAULT ti Dont be nlormod sworcd another 29- Thats said a sea captain present no tempoat it i3 only a squall and will soon bo ovor John said a wifo to her hus Â¬ FHE BEST FAMILY SOAP band as sho lookod from tho morning c THE WORLD paper what Is a coastwise steamer 1 A coastwise steamer my dear Why a coastwiso steamer is ono that knows It is Sincllj Fstg Jnuil for how to keep off tho rocks along tho or ur vcr n mHE criirfnycatta iU ijUumirlkH vt paid fjVOT coast The Spotted Cayusc cU nrd in 1 n tinp la a lIciislsn lr quality to day witli iii Sho with an amused but tender ranao rcty yen i rjo ccus us n Seems to me pa is unusually smile iiss ihtti ii J quiet to night Ho has gono to bod en rtCo ini njtrtclfj n iiutt nbrKT Ii Lskt IX h tc U Usiict a nt without bunging tho fiiruaco or whack- Â¬ IT trashoi Pin doeJ miwiUwt sriiJBgether sp kavng ihs witti ing tho floor with his boot He com Â¬ Ihcni joft and vfahe as J Lk m ur Yes tho old gentleman placently owes mo ton dollars on au election bet Burlington Free Prctw Wifo Toast nil right Husband rnllURE Is a rrtrt ftriylnpr of tuae of Wor How dono to a turn dear Wife cflht tibric J rfjuap of Anl and nccorctlu where DobÂ¬ to direc Hus-Â¬ bin riectnc Sojp is how is tho coffee hesitates tion Wife trembling band Perfection OTtn trlll w7H demonyrate iti great merit It pay you to make tbzt tri 4 I have received a large invoice of Not so good as your mother used to Uitnrt LIKK aH counterfeited it is CitcrccJy Imi and moth- Â¬ My make Husbandcalmly w PAPERS er nevor know how to mako coffco at all precious of Imitations AND TNSIST rpw ScfcJns Efectric Dont take AMONG OLD BOOKS M Ttc Ecctro Mrcc PMfeddfJtia Electric or any oh fi u J s my K c ttre ii b cheap Thy A New York Dealer Tells n Story That iU riifc c ss iai zTG itzxz t ay rcc AU lor Sound Like Fiction - 30253IXS 3CElTTSaC and have marked same at rrirc- t There ts probably no dealer In old r IwftK and take no othir Naslr Scer Ivw Mms m exceedingly in this eity in fai ir said ono of the best known to Mexico kef t - sr k Ij ur aMt it fee heard of books elwnp iiiit tin hlcsal grd r men in that business in this city tho viM nrvlcr frota Hi eart xnsMfe each bound to K quiek at prices ianiol carrfdUjr the other day who has so much experi Â¬ J KAD and b cartf to fcfvrapf cr arwBl bar Xovr directions The Grand OifHrawe SI v an en ech outside wrapper Ywtmtwot ntfortl to ceHsful beyond ence and sharpness as not to be caught wait langrr before trying for jonrscif this oW retuUe saii n Tltere it uuhii napping now and thon I spend tho and t rtdy wotyfcrful pedatrim printers ink uliett ym dowiiat v j most of my leisure timo going about Dobbins Electric Ssaopromise to do among other dealors and It Is wonder- Â¬ CO I L CRAGIN The public generally is iuviful t ful to sco what valuablo things they speet my new iek 27 53 P1111AnRirniA Pa will soil somotimos for a small price Yowrs Very Truly and what absurb sums thoy will chargo GEO M WILLGIXG for things that aro worth next to noth- Â¬ Intkriok Decokat i ing Tho othor day I was looking No 209 W v v s 32 31 over tho books placed outsldotho door of a shop and I found tied up In a bun- Â¬ dle a flic of a little paper published TT1E K07T at Brook Farm that experiment in co- Â¬ operation tried years ago at WestRox a iiMnr bury Mass It is now one of tho rarest 1 riid932t- - w i 7 T iM V 1 of American periodicals Tho bundle tasTOWstaVAslsl IVinVJ was marked fifty cents r J fci I could scarcely bolievo my eyes Is that tho li L lit price you ask for this bundle I said to NEVER CHEAP for CASH Cincinnati Peoria 11 id k2 Reasonable Prices -1 lat O HnUGURnltl UstealW od 1 tnt -- -v is Aiiiitoiii QCFi rnTjI1 us--- fTSIf HEW GOODS mw PRICES 6t J3oiars NEW WALL New Window Shades - s7 - i mt ESTissiiY svssTr 1 1 A D RUFF the dealer What is called eccentricity is in nino cases out of ten oithor affectation or tho result of mental disease Itis said of many a man who desorves to bo os Â¬ tracised from society for violating its proprieties What an oddity ho Is how very eccentric Intolerance bcarishnoss brutal disregard of tho requirements of good breeding por sonal slovenliness in fact any marked doparturo from tho conventional rules which govern tho conduct of doccnt people is tolerated and oven admired in persons who by persistently nnd methodically ignoring tho obligations of courtesy and delicacy have obtained a reputation for eccentricity Wo havo no good word for nuisances of this class and no fooling except pity and contempt for thoso who dofor to and bolievo In them If a man brings tho manners and habits of a gavago into civilized society ho ought to bo drummed out of it if sano or put un Â¬ der wholssorno restraint if a lunatic N Y Ledger V BLUIXE fs more cnnvrient Kn any otnerMuwg It is And in buying books pcoplo dont BLUINK tn more rmewiiiCKl heerirw you crn pu 111 jast tract mut and mutr know often whon thoy aro getting a BLuINK Is clean aal ncct Modist no spnUeriiie or spilling good bargain Hero is on old French book that fow know any thing- about BLUING is in small sheeta packed in a hamlsome envelope aad would be aa orkaineet on aBy but it is exceedingly curious libra-Â¬ table rians sot it on my catalogue but they BLUI3E is the cheapest beeaose it is the best ij-- uvr never heard of it before and think it Tvsnty r i Uiil VUoIitilr b ib ISilOcKlo isnt worth any thing Woll if some- Â¬ body doesnt buy it I shall double tho JEWELER Reneral Agtata VTantt fer WATCyHiREB price of it in my next catalogue and If Vh jrrvik otnlltlTW Trao abw mea anfemiea boys worava an Retail ia I g Iru to Uo atlrerUsiax la erery YlciaUy It doesnt sell then I shall doublo tho Chy IVwn ShwM Ina package for 10 waU Samples price again and by that timo somo ono r of Grocers or by mall of the DEALEK IN will be sure to want it SMINS 31PG CO West Acton JIass Do you nover got hold of books 24 49 Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and that you find it impossiblo to sell at all Plated wnre etc Special GO No nover I have had so much ex Â¬ attention given to perience that I can tell whon I sco any Manufacturers cf book whether I havo over had calls for It or am likely to havo any SETTINGS DIAMONDS A good many queer things happon in this business but hero is ono that AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES sounds almost llko fiction though it is every word truo A man camo into my shop hero ono day and Introduced him- Â¬ self saying that though ho had had a good deal of correspondence with me Promptly done ami in a workmanlike manner he had never scon me but being in New York ho thought that ho would Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver call though for no othor purposo than to say good day as he did not wont S Dont forget the place next doer to buy any thing at present Wota ked to the Postroflree Riebmond Ky pleasantly for a fow moments and ho looked about tho phop What is in Jau4 tf TEE HAIDS that big basket ho said at last WEIC1IF03 Tho basket that ho pointed to was the same ono that is thoro behind you Quality of Tone Besut7 of Design Â¬ now and it was full of old legal docu- Â¬ rfHISH and adaptability for standing in Turo havo no equal ments KY LOUISVILLE Every Pisn3 Warranted for Five Years Oh nothing of any consequence I replied setting tho basket on tho And satisfaction gnaraBtcM to crery purchaser A1o Manufacture the Wobld Renowsu counter for him to icok at The Largest and Finest Hotel ia Ho turned ovor tho papers and the city finally asked mo what I would tako for thom I didnt know I said what Factories Derby Conn to 4 Per Day 40 13 will you glvo for them Ill glvo you ton dollars foe tho According to rooms lot ho said and I took tho offer at Turkish and Euseian Baths in DIlHiS HHESE Alt ElSfc FAILS once Best Coach Sjrcp Tastes good Cse 82 31 Hotel He picked out two of tho papers m urco aoiq pyorngguia and put thom In his pockot and thon Send mo the rest any timo said LIFE INSURANCE thoro is no hurry I believe Pisos Cure f for Consumption saved But now that you havo bought AT ACTUAL COST my life A II Doweix 9 this stuff and paid for It1 Isold I Persons desirous f obtaining life W Editor Enquirer Eden- i suppose you wont mind tolling mo eurauceataetuoloost should write fjr 3 ton N C April 23 18S7 what you want of it circulars to BfjggygMnggListsjijTliiW t Not in tho leaBt was tho reply Security Motoai Bhne fit Society I am tho executor of an estate up in 288 Broadway New York one of tho northern counties and it n This society claims that for ix years has been impossible to prove tho tltlo to certain parts of it Nobody ever thecoHtoa member of middle age ha disputed tho last owners title and he been Less than1 Twrnvrs Doixxksa was careless about his papers And Yea n for each tliotHand dollars of w now hore in your baskot I find tho suriuje The best Cough Medi Â¬ genuine deeds of tho property cine Is Pisos Curb fob CoxsTjstPnoir Children My customer was naturally de- tako it without objection Ugnted with what ho had found ond By all druggists 25c j Qf wrote to mo afterward to say that ho had collected over 50000 in ronti LV S W C r Till W B Grlostead that ho could not get before for want niSPJ UHC0C in nee lino Ky 1LfHin St- - IoyviII N Y Tribune of jnoso deeds Tafiteacnnd- - TT zjcshuuga c tattoo py Our Mr 1 T Chestnut mill bo In Groom atthelrfirstmaalathome Richmond evrry imiiij Cui Ja Will call tu omit WfniaiWhy my darling this spread is CO 41 43 V E GK1N8TEAD stoies simply superb Brido enthusias- Â¬ 35 tically Yes isnt it delicious CWVTS xs 1 Cwultl vraub1 Sttsm lKvtUUUTJ Andyot you havo no girl No - watca la ik werkL sho didnt ooroo iUMerotr War I had no Idea no expectation at all of sueh a treat it with wwti rr4 What a treasure you aroi You OooFrrMabtitk didnt suppose I could bo so thought Â¬ cav twcci cf emit ful did you dear Thoughtful Im- f Jmucbt14 Yes I knew youd be hungry and nt to Bro Covington ArnoW as I dont know a thlnsr about nonklno- tWt I y4 iM nt ftw 9 nMtli imI MrntVm t tbM imy ioouco itHid m Wool w Juj btm tv wt ftrctvrt 1 engaged Monsieur Bigbill the cater Th Bj n W rw t ateh er to servo our moais until tho girl mi nsmptes Wi 7 Ml6JLCtXrtiatt4S2Ujanfte the hlKlet tnaifcet HTkfind 1 H rMr IWVU A44iw ir tiRnarfj Oo iiox ii have wool tisell will came w Philadelphia Record to call interest Ho looked at tho bundlo and thon Oh no no you can said carelessly havo that for thlrty fivo cents If you ol per ichI caenprr iwl better than any other 14uu in the wm LI want o l 1 TlS TIRIING RSF AIRIIEG STEBIffi GALT HOUSl STERLING OMGAH Rates25o X Wholesale Grocery - wmm mmmcm i- KSr fc t- WOOL WAITED m lj f ry SCSfcSHfc