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who30 namo is hardly yet lsh ancestors Is the bull fight but In echel In the last century we knew little which elings to the upper folds Have Â¬ V no poisonous or deleterious known except to geographers and the skill shown by tho professionals concerning nebulae but his observaBecame Planters ready wah tuba nearly filled with esM OFFICE Smith Building Main Street tions led him ultimately to the conclu- Â¬ water a tub for each pair of etirtnisn composition Ingredients enter into the church societies but whose achieve-- the exhibitions can not bo compared to Office hours 900 to 1200 M ieo to Sell the best one and two horse Cultivators HBpOWZXi ot Ayers Sarsaparilla we22 tr meats aro almost unique In their way I th080 0 Havana or of larger Mexican sion that the nobulous stars indicated If taken down in the mornissir Ut 4 00 P M Ayers Sarsaparilla contains only and equal those ot more famous ex towns Not having any bull ring in something which was not stellar them sowk till tbe next morning before Sell the best one and two horse the purest and most eflcctivo remedial MORGAN D D plorcrs Traveling for thousands of Truiillo the plaza was fenced in on What then did he consider a star disturbing them then press not mi ins properties Wagons sun was the water out of them If they sUl miles across the Dark Continent oiten three sides with heavy oak the fourth to be In his time as now the Ayers Sarsaparilla is prepared with tsSyOFFICE Main street over Madi without even a blnck attendant and side of the square being tho fronts of a looked upon as the nearest star and appear vry dingy ndd fresh water Sell the best Wire Chickrown extreme care skill and cleanliness 10a National Batik Richmond Ky almost destltuto of resources settling line of houses whoso occupants during Sir William Herschel was one who at- Â¬ for if they are very much soiled it wltt juiie 22 tf Ayers Sarsaparilla b prescribed by at last in tho country of the most pow- Â¬ the continuance of tho fight could not tacked the problem of solar physics take repeated soakings nnd several Sell the best Feed Cutter leading physicians erful King of the Upper Congo who is have their leomes without stepping out with the greatest success with the set ebanKe8 of watcr tbem nfc M DR J Ayers Sarsaparilla is for sale known to us only through Arnots of the front door into tho bull ring purpose ot gaining miuruiuuuu auuu washing If there are careful washers Sell the best Randall Harrows everywhere and recommended by ell SURGEON AND writings and the short visits of tho No sport is so attractive to the Hon- - the moro distant stars He concluded they can then be pot into tbe regular PHYSICIAN a first class druggists German Roichard and tho Portuguese duranian as this and he blocks out his witn regara to tne sun im ine pro- - waglu Hnd JpeUy preaicA Second street next to Sell the best Plows Sarsaparilla is a OFFICE n and Ayersbeverage in disguise medicine aays me laci umi neat njbbcd with the biarttU then boiled and Capello and Ivcns he has everywhere time so well that the seductive game of spectroscopic jue22tf not a Whites Drug Store shown a rare capacity for win- Â¬ poker which ho calls Let u pokar 13 j and light were bound to go together g irJq Mon Sell tlie best Sulky Plow Ayers Sarsaparilla never fails to Um 4 ning the confldonco of savage3 never going on when his desire Is to was not so clearly understood as It is EVANS M D awd jr G effect a cure when persistently used pro gtaretf aod at it j and enlisting their friendship and be in the plaza Tho fence was cov- Â¬ now that tho light and heat were according to directions ih n They Sell the best Fertilizer AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN gag Though in his seven ered with urchins from miles around duccd by an envelope which was free au9t helpfulness rtMker Umbor Ayers Sarsaparilla Is a highly con- Â¬ wanderings MiimA o years crossed and many foolhardy ho in BrBI fold OFFICE Kecoud streL centrated extract and therefore the or to radiate light and heat to the earth aBdsbottld landinos Sell the best Cook Stoves and jj most economical Blood Medicine In the Uley vi loso the continent from Natal to Benguela half breeds were daring their ac- Â¬ whilo its radiation back to the son was whea dry juf22tf with market and pushod inland to tho western head quaintances to walkann-in-arAfter atarefciar ike charaelwk3 around stopped by another envelopeHe was cerSell the best Cistern Filtor led hRn them Ayers Sarsaparilla has had a suc- Â¬ TAYLOR n streams ot the Congo almost exactly the ring while tho enrtgcd animal was tain special contrivances DR OTer a cessful career ot nearly half a century to tms mea Dy me puenomeoa 01 sua but midway between the Atlantic and the being tortured by tho picadors On M to 9treteh Sell the best Vapor or Gasoline Stove XV3LOZ22XcIk and was never so popular as at present PraeUtiwier lu Medicine and Surgery Indian Oceans ho was never harmed two different occasions during the hour spous anil me txisitiuut ui iuej uuiurt They should remain on the line tilt a Thousands of testimonials are on RICHMOND KY or seriously monnccd and it was his I wrs watching tho bull twice loft hi3 and penumbra The general conclu Â¬ little more than half dry In the mean Â¬ Sell the best Tinware file from those benefited by the use of Second ulreetover Dykes practice to refer all disputes to tho tormentors and butted through those sion that ho and other philosophers ar- Â¬ time have a sheet ono for eaeh ear OFFICE june22t re Urncery native tribunals from which ho says taking thoir daring promenade and rived at ras that the sun was a habit Â¬Â¬ tain spread out aad taeked on the ho received in every case just and fair with such success that two fools were able globe like tho earth the only dif- floor or pinned on the earpet befog DR JOHN M TKEPABED TY treatment Gentleness and patience killed before tho trained bull fighters ference between tho sun and the earth careful if on the latter to leave ae Co Lowell Mass Dr J C Ayer being that the sun had this very spe- Â¬ wrinkles in the sheet When the eac have been tho secret of Arnots suc- Â¬ could control the bull MAIN STREET atmospheric arrangement taias are nearly dry double eaeh one fo rrice 1 ilx bctllw 5 Worth S a bottle cess So eager was ho to impress tho Of six bulls but one was deemed cial kind of Next Duir to Luxmio Up SImIi natives with tho belief that he was the worthy of being killed but inobedionco Hence all stars were habitable globes half placing end to end if long eat at Cor Main nl TaeHJreek Residence 43 Spectrum analysis has made this idea tains then lay eaeh curtain on a sheet friend of all and Incapalole of violence to tho yells and demands of the spec- Â¬ Avniiie jtiue22 tf that it was his practice to keep tho gun tators tho ceremony of saddling and absolutely impossible Inside an en-Â¬ and pin tbe hemmed ends neatly aad oxrn with which ho huntod hidden from riding tho brute had to be done before velope of a certain temperature every carefully to one end of the sheet then WEEK DR vlow It was his opportune arrival tho death which requires what seems thing internal must ultimately reach go to the folded end and draw that mCtubSysteml while at convenient several years ago that restored the at first the most reckless disregard of the tomperature of the envelope and down by the sides being eauti one about Oftvrs lii prefr Msional service to tlie to the buyer as any public American missionary Sanders to his danger A rope Is thrown over tho so as we know that we have incandes- Â¬ stretching out tbe center Leave ae system is 4 instilment OflW Ih drug 6tore 011 lower Main chosen field near Bihe from which ho bulls horns with which he is dragged cent hydrogen and iron vapor on the wrinkles Pin down the sides ftrst ISK a wkeltxalt tfrt cask I mtML tn tis Tbe july27 ly Si it el Rr4ihihhI Ky had been banished by tho machiactlons to the fence his head held close to tho outside of the sun there is not only no going from those to tbe center keep Â¬ elnb members seHi US ch of the Portuguese who aroused tho ground roaring with rage whilo a chance but there is absolutely no pos- Â¬ ing an even line always If poooiMo fMILA W T SKXSMlTli M D 38 witches tn each SSSWatcb Club and weretcasb frco fi natives with a story that Saaders was strong saddle is securely buckled on sibility whatever that there can be keep the edges from drawing fete tbe Oab for each watch before it joes 43- preaching to them a Saviour whom his with two heavy horsehair girths Tho any thing cooler below it PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Richmond Ky April 10 18S9 points placing the pins close enough out though each member only pay in The modern idea of tho sun then is to prevent it Change tbe pfes H H people had murdorcd ft a week ThU Is why we Jir yon moment this is done a cowboy or Will IE HALL KY far vemr monev than anr cne else nmt Mr Arnot who is now la England vaquero jumps into tho saddle tho that it is a mass of incandescent gas becomes uneven looking eareteliy to and why we are doing the largest jj trflieKHal servicei to the Oflrrs hl watch business in the world We sell P told in a lecture tho other day of the bull is let loose and goes roaring and and therefore that all the stars we see see where it must be done AH mast nnlv first aualltv roods but OUlf Mr LI K remarkable cave dwelling in the coun plunging and bucking with rage around in the Heavens aro masses of incan- Â¬ be done gently or the laee will bulge prices are about what others get at asc 1 ondotialirrOuraiO SllrertVatcIi I try to which be expects to return noxt the ring The vaquero tortures tho descent gas out when dry If space is limited it is UasubstanualS3TerrwfncdafinssS J F CORNELISON We have now to show that acontinu best to do one curtain at a time Should amy kind 5tem- - Wind Amman ueret e spring In the mountains that border brute with spiked spurs and after each watcn itncr nunong case or e KENTUCKY Dont be caught by that cheap bait and clap trap There are deal- Â¬ RICHMOND Garauganja on tho north are caverns contortion or unsuccessful attempt to ation of the inquiry which now occupies a breeze be going it will hastes the UBtOMrU llklUIHKiiMimwiiin OpenFace Snt quality triffened Cold g ers wlm bait their advertisements with chce e just to get their that have been dug far into the hills unseat his rider comes the spontaneous us combined with the evidence that drying process to open the windows Practicing Physician I AmtrlcanLerer Watch viciim insiiJe and aggregate a total length ot ten or and deafoning applause from the spec- Â¬ has recently been put forward shows As soon as dry they are ready tec put Â¬ weartoytart It u fully etrsalta any E lie servict M oflrl III watch sold far 13 by others We find 1 twolve mlle3-- In these extensive ex- Â¬ tators which Increases the animals that his view is absolutely untenable ting up again and will present almost 29- a first class Stiffened Cold Case much j liMlC that many stars at all events are at as good aa appearance as if aew cavations live many thousands of peo- Â¬ rage more satisfactory ana semceaas tnan g any Solid Gold Case that can be told at Laee curtains should never he ple with all their domestic animals Great agility and strength is neces- Â¬ present not very condensed swarms of less than double tbe money as cheap 9 DR S M If you are a man use good judgment Dont have otir senses talked solid cases are Inrariably thin weak j Tho caves form a subterranean city sary and the rider fairly takes his life moteontes and that the true gaseous ironed as often done they shew -cl low quality and worthiest after PHYSICIAN AND URtiEON but compare Cheap Cheap theup away by that purot gabble with scores of dark alleys leading1 from into his own hands when ha springs on condition occurs in only ono stage 01 a numerous bulging pisees where the short use Our 838 Wtrtols contains i numerous lmoortaat pa tented lm l goods and prices KENTUCKY ono main excavation to another After the beast Ho is unable to dismount stars life history J Norman Lock lace has been strctehed besides the RKHMONi Cm ft J lii In i process injures the effect of the design tunneling for some distance into tho until the bull Is tired out with his tre- Â¬ yer in Harpers Magazine ate timing Patent Dxfrqf PattXSUm Oflh in finHli ItuikiinK mi Main Wixdfrc which we ccfitrcfcxchuively It often warping a flower or leaf to a mountains many of the excavations mendous exertions and then he is janly S rt ei is faSlv eernaj for accuracT annearance aura- side bihtysnd terries to any g7jWateheither run parallel with the base of tho hills again draggod to tho fenco to bo un- Â¬ THE HISTRIONIC ART Open Tace or Hunting MD If there is no floor space at com and outlets here and thoro give access saddled Tho vaquoro I saw was H VVsttch U especiaay constructed far jr Tells the most exacting use and Is the swat Rail- We wont talk much but well produce the goods that talk for us to tho outpr world These pas Â¬ twenty five minutes tn tho saddle and Henry Ii slncess on How to Aehio re Sac mand another plan may be foUewed mad Watch made Ocen Face or Hunting mid SURGEON PHYSICIAN the Stare In drying the curtains Procure the sages are a great convenlonco to when ready to dismount fell exhausted and convince you that this is the best place to buj your BOOTS and AH these prices aro either all cash or In dubs f To speak briefly and generally of long handle of a wall or wiadew RICHMOND KY S1IH1 m WMK Am lb VWeS tho troglodytes especially when they Into the arms ot his companions ton Respectfully SHOES lMittrrflwarss ttw Mirc OnW i Sm HU llHiliiiin on Main aro besieged in thoir dark homes by weak to walk to his quarters and it the essential qualifications for success brush Pin a sheet around this wrap Â¬ Tba Keystone Watcb CIdd go Sren They often utilize somo was his grit and will power only that on the stago I should suggest In tho ping it as closely and smoothly as pos- Â¬ enemies MaUftWMlaFDwBallS1 Microscop Â¬ Spt cinl a teiiiHi given 0O4 WAUBTIT MIUBA fA exit unknown to the besiegers to effect had prevented him from being thrown first place a study of all the smallÂ¬ sible Take another sheet aad lay the No 3 First Street Richmond Ky 41 ical ami flii inieal t xniuiiiutioiis of Agenu Wanted their escape or while tho enemy 13 gored and stamped to death by the in- Â¬ parts in the popular plays of Shakes curtain on it putting tbe end of tho khx Watch Intatxtor 100 tittle ami fluids ofllie human body guarding one entrance the cave dwell- Â¬ furiated bull during tho last five min-Â¬ peare Then ono ought also to learn curtain to tbe end of the sheet Then A perfbetBntectla ssmlsit ntfartlra J 22junelf This means lay this end in a line on the pole and something of costumes B C TSAYHOB 0r7ElT HcSEE ers issue in swarms from another and utes of the performance CammtrtiM t prte CT f When the bull had been enraged to an intelligent Idea of history and geog- Â¬ roll it over and over round the stfetr unawares upon the foe The latest fall DR C S HOLTON 32 5 English newspapers barely refer to the tho satisfaction of alL loud cries came raphy Something should be known using two sheets if one is not fong of music and also ot dancing and enough Physician and Surgeon Homeopathic It will take two persons to fact that Mr Arnot devoted a largo from every throat for tho matador The Finest Jack In The World Royal who was no more than a dark skinned fencing and such other arts as develop do this in order to keep both sheet aad part of his lecture before the Richmond Kentucky One thing the letu aer curtain stretehed evenly over the pole DR Geographical Society to a description mixture of negro and Carib and a day the bodv HEAVY STEEL RAILS Office Main Street over D M Bright of these caves and their inmates and laborer in Trujlllo The cries had must remember and that Is that the When done and fastened securely with Increasing Welnht of Knclnesaod Greater it will bo very interesting to read his hardly died away when the slight actors means of conveying his ideas pins the pole can be set up in a earner Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to peed Make Them Necessary zoo P M matador ap- Â¬ aro not only his face and voice but If deae as The ninety pound steel rails which detailed description which will soon symmetrical figure of the on tho other his action A well equipped body ia a till the laee becomes dry of the ear- Special attention given to diseases of AT HIGHLAND PARK FOR directed the appearance published of this remarkable phase peared facing the bull Reading railroad be women ami all difficult chronic cases the Philadelphia sido of the ring as the exhausted nece3sary form for the t expression tains will repay for the care Patients treated at a distance and Will make tbe present season at Hie has laid on portions of its Bound of African Ufa Homeopathic medicines sent to any adIn Garanganja nearly four thousand picadors retired He was dressed in of a well equipped mind One of tho unoa them as they will seem Hke miles Brook route aro probably tho heaviest stables of W J Collins three mayi6 iy trousers with a tight fitting first necessities of a young actor is ap OiHS dress by Red Wilkeadam by Mat Hay- - east of Richmond on the Union City In upe within the United States They feet above tho sea Mr Arnot says he chamois There are movable frames has found the place he long sought a black velvet blouse beautifully em Dreciation those who begin by ridi Â¬ by Mnmbrino Patchen 2nd tnrtitiike where lie will serve jennets are necessitated by tho steadily-increasin- g don cule seldom can achieve any earnest ed for the purpose of drying laee ear DR H R GIBSON at populous country whero missionaries broidered in gold and silver bullion 30 to insure by UiIIh Vermont 3rd dam by Uray EaKle dam weight of engines and the de-Â¬ There must be a tains These have very small hooks was the regula- Â¬ ness of purpose Surgery Practitioner in Medicine speed which mark the can preserve their health while pursu- Â¬ while on his head to Insure A Living Colt velopment of In 40 b5 Rysdicks Hambletoulan dam Zadia Warren by ing their chosen work A whilo ago tion cocked hat with black ostrich study of what ha to be doac not only on the ends and sides that take heM TTTT JL JL LtJi tU HT times we live 61 50 RED HOUSE KY Black Bashaw Jr 2nd dura by Voorbees Abdal what tho actor does but what ho evenly ami keep all in place till dry 3J JLl Accompanying tho development of two missionaries were sent to share plumes 50 to insure lab by Abdallali sire of Rysdicks Hainbletonian aims at The beginner must study They are used at laundries where payable when coalt is foaled Season For an instant the bull glared at his said his labors and thus ho obtained an in this country BURNAM The price is a business by Ultimu dam Will keep jennets on grass for 10 cents tho railroad to revisit his native land new enemy who stood bashfully tap- Â¬ not only the actors who show ail cases the grazing Chief Engineer Nichols of the Read Â¬ opportunity per day In by son of Man ping his leg with his sword as tho tho means of carrying out their varies from three dollars up Yet we N Y Sun U taken ing road there has been a steady brino Patclien 2nd dam Alice Walker by Alexanders Edwin Foreet 3rd dam must be paid wlieo the jennet noise ceased Tho animal seemed to ideas but ho must also study have seen curtains done up ia a pri Â¬ every care will be taken but no development of tho rail In the early S20 to in- Â¬ away Bird by Cuibader fcou of Sir Archy 4H1 dam by Old Copperbottora RICHMOND KENTUCKY FULL OF FUN appreciate why the matador was there tho types of persons whom tbe vate family as described aoo t that responsibility for accidents or escapes days of railroading the trains ran on a 41 4 sure R Bur A and with brute instinct rushed on him actors are trying to personate A part were quite as well restored for use as OFFICE with V F BOURBON CHIEF is 16 bands 3 thin band of iron which was fastened Uncle John can you tell what should be taken In every performanco those done on frames Where H is net nam on First Street June 22 tl weighs to a strip of timber Out of this grow tlmo It is by that thermometer inches high without shoes ami Yes head down to raiso him on his horns possible and the young actor should too expensive it is best to use Tho suspense was great as the bull biggest ono of tho early forms of railroad ac 1200 pounds making him the Harpero Bazar drew near but not a muscle of the always do his best He should not arable for stiffening all laces flae A SULLIVAN jack In the world He is coal black cident The rail snaked up as it iah wintah time It is easier for an idol to go matador moved When the animals consider any part as beneath him For line aad lawns It gives a ir with mealy nose mid for bone weight style action and appearance has no was called that Is tho end sprang up through tho knee of a camel than for horns wero but two feet from the mo- Â¬ a long time it takes the most earnest and tbe criepineas of new goods to from the wooden support and as a train A now humorous paragraphist to re Â¬ equal effort not so much to create success leaves no hampo or RICHMOND KENTUCKY caught by tho train from making a joke on Boston tionless man ho quietly stepped aside but to avoid failure Amateur com- Â¬ worn fabrics and Boukbok Chief was sired by Red came along It was smeared surfaces Anna Gricoom hi and planted two spiked rods one with OFFICE mi Fin t street same as panies aro useful for purposes of study Good Housekeeping mondei Hercnles he by Pattersons wheel and forced through tho bottom beans Norristown Herald formerly occupied by County Judge each hand in the animals shoulders -Buena Vista he by old Buena Vista ot tbe car often Impaling passengers Magistrate to plaintiff with lump The bull roared with rago aud plowed ct8 ly Yoa must work the rem to prare it Miller gen- Â¬ be by Imported Mammoth Then the rail assumed its present Said the Yankee answariag dram ion his head New Remedy for Eczesno If your wifo throw a up the earth in his efforts to stop in N 10G W Main St next door to Second National Bank An actor must do something beforo CS Hercules dam bv Imported Espar eral form but was much lighter than sad iron at you why didnt you his headlong rush and to return again A unique remedy for ecaema aad A variety of STOVES PLOW GEAR of every description The tio Bourbon Chiefs 1st dam by now The first rails laid on our main dodge Plaintiff I did your honor to the matador Three times the his intentions can be conveyed The says the itself is a lesson if tho oter cutaneous diseasePLOW both right and left hand equal to any plow Iarn Napoleon he by Imported Na- Â¬ lino to Reading in the thirties weighed and thats how I came to get hiL UNIVERSAL infuriated bull charged him and word actor is Hebras water poleon 2nd dam by Buena Vista 3rd only 45 pounds to tho yard The London Hospital -- FaUjcr Double Snovel Plows dam by Imported Castilllan said tho lad I grant you made The best cultivator in l he market RICHMOND KY three times tho matador care- Â¬ beginner will only study iL There bed or rather to define it aoeurotaly weight was gradually increased until Your parental right to whale should also always be cultivated a two spikes Sewer Pipe in abundance PUMPS lessly planted the Onlct on Second Street jjne 22 tf you begin proceedinRs WJ J S COLLINS Â¬ But ere in the development o the railroad sysuprightness ia continual bath Tbe patient Uvea en Â¬ 40 52 when tho spectators demanded tho worthv bearlnir and Fleaso remove the shingle nail tem steel rails came into use The something in tirely in his bath eats drinks aad OT1 Merchant Traveler S MOBERLEY death of the bull The man merely ovcrv form There is is welL One paÂ¬ first steel rails that we laid was on the tho habitual carriage of a man or worn sleeps there till he You wont go to heaven if youre examined the point of hi3 sword 9BS Mahanoy branch and weighed about Cluice lot of CUTLERY edge tools of all kind Builders Hardware something moro tient was kept in such a bath for an that tells the public From that time such a naughty boy Michael every-O stepped aside as before dexterously than the best of intentions It is com- Â¬ days Think of this More than a 56 pounds to the yard in abundance Â¬ plunged his weapon to its hilt between RICHMOND KY on we have been putting In use rails well ono cant expect to ro a concep- year of washing day It is enough te where I wont to the circus yesterday the shoulder blades until it pierced paratively easy to descend aincharacter Â¬ make any one bate the sight of water more and more massive 60 64 and 70 Oflice comer Main and Firm Mret is and to the pantomime tho day before tho heart and the animal fell quiver tion or representation of 1- danger of up fctaira over Ramseys pounds and now finally the Bothle but for an unworthy nature to realize for ever There is a slight London Punch ing in death at his feet entirely 30 29 hom Iron works have furnished us with is an up hill task There is the patient slipping drowning under SELL YOU A WILL The enthusiasm knew no bounds worthiness Who is your family doctor Rob tot it water in his sleep aad a 90 pound rail These rails have been CHAS S POWELL J SPEED SMITH Why I thought men threw their hats over Into the no royal road to success on tho stage is usual to pass a bandage under hw Dr Green travel is heaviest At by laid where tho and thore Is no success without hard So we did un- Â¬ ring emptied their pockets of money arms and fasten it so as te support some points along the road where the you had Dr Brown fans work Henry Irving in N Y Mail the upper part of the body on the in-Â¬ line is tolerably straight our trains fre- til Dr Green began courting sister while tbe ladies threw their and Express as clined part of the bath on whieh the quently- go at a speed of seventy five Sally Pop gets even with Greeny for gloves and dainty handkerchiefs OR ANY KIND OF coal and gas he and Sally use by hav tribute to the skill of the matador head rests The palms and soles be-Â¬ miles an heur There is tremendous The Hawaiian Aristocracy come white and shriveled like a wash Â¬ when the modern Amer Â¬ in him keep the rest of us healthy for The common people made a rush acros3 wear tho fence and despite his protestations e ican and tear goes at this rate and nothin engine The native aristocracy is largely erwomans hands but tbeskia of other Getting married seems to be tho hero of the day was soon being mixed with English Scotch and Ameri Â¬ parts of the body does not suffer and He hence the need of a rail that will yield very dangerous now No fower than carried around the ring on their shoul- Â¬ can blood The husband of the Prin- Â¬ the treatment is said to be very effica- Â¬ just as little as possible AT PJtICES THAT WILL We represent ten of the strongest Tho 90 sevon brides have been killed on their ders amid the applause of hundreds of cess Lailioukalini heir apparent to tho cious in severe burns When the pa Said another offickd Cor N Y Times Fire Insurance Companies in the She ingen- Â¬ fcleased natives tient first gets into the bed the tem Â¬ pound rail is by no means the heaviest wedding day this year throncV the Hon JohnO Domlnus world we represent tbe company that But no true woman will shirk THE SPRING LIKE WINTER Is a white man The Hon A S Cleg perature is 86 deg but ae he gets the world In Canada I under Â¬ uously in has the largest capital tbe largest paid stand trial is being made of 100 pound her duty Tom through a craven fear Many Unseasonable Ite tults or the Wsrm horn a Frenchman is the father of used to it it is raised by degrees to 93 up capital ttie largest asseli the only WILL MAKE rails Bettor still on some of tho ul death NO LITTLE HE company tlntl pays it lueses without the next heir her Royal Highness deg ITcalbcr Iast Season YOU ANY KIND OF discount and does not agree in lis English roads a 120 pound rail is not I toll you Candidus said Scrib Mining plants flourished in Colorado Princess Victoria Kawekiu Kamlunl Yoa Miss Beacon of Boston policy o make you wall sixty days The need of heavy rails is uler the public Is fairly going wild and Nevada all winter Lunalllo Kalaninuluhllapalapa I had Western girls are dreadfully slangy unknown We after a fire to get your money mara tf replied Indeed greater in England than in this conn over my poems Blooms made their appearance in tho to get the official directory to see how Do you know I heard a Chieage girl write at the Iouest rate given by any try for one reason at least There Candidus I am sorry to hear that steel mills of Pennsylvania every month to spell it all in honor of whose thir- Â¬ say the other day that she would get company then railroads are straighter than hero and If you wish to conceal yourself until U during tho winter SENSIBLE LOW new HOUSES HOW OR MEND YOUR OLD WARE teenth birthday a royal reception there with both feet Miss Dear Â¬ 131111 ATUU ntmu -- semihe IX W TUCBfl oar greater speed can be attained and calms down my house is at your serv Why not Insure in the Best A Posoy blossomed into a Congress Â¬ has just been given at the palace of her born BU1LU tnCrrii cxjst housks how to build tilbjil Yea we are somewhat given v raOj nil mriUlm plana lUmtntkmn and oompleta descrrpUon of 8 ITi TWBTT Tii T ice Portland Advertiser heavier wear and tear result father in WaikikL which reception to that sort of thing Is it true that man in Indiana lato in January Our enratumim re backed hi fiver Row DoutUal sad Cnenp Conntrrlloiuca ecatlnr tram tan to I700 the Inquiry ut the Pennsylvania railroad You van t to try Shoirt bow 70a can bsM a ViOOO bona for 91730 and bow to mak then Tonsorlal Artist SSC1 I No 26 N Se poud Street 542 OOOIMI capital nml over SI25O00O00 J H Berry became ripe for another was attended by the King aud all and Boston girls are ah as deadest of kaadaoBae 20 eonTenlent healtbr Ilcht ceoU and nirr in nmser AnndH ilil hhihI Your term as United States Senator from royal family officers of the British oHce showed that tho heaviest rail in aorne of mine patent hair tonic imi It nft r wu are aaa Miss mxm to eneaniy ncmxoata m water tiui mtenaas tnuam oradoDtfid artf il nut willfall ami 1 tr u before you beauty as they are eald to be w do ana warns tu wnat not to do IMeeni bun use on that lino weighs 85 pounds to iiatr vos got thin on top already Arkansas in January and the bribery American navies the Cabinet tho Beacon 3rWMfrT 1 A3LKHICAH PCBUSH1ICG CO We may not he handsome MARVELOUS elf ewbere very heavy Customer1 Â¬ Â¬ and terms Our rates Why dont you try It your- crop in tho West Tirginla Legislature Judges of tbe Supreme Court Governiiiure the yard It is considered 3cHWJc almoaotAvet FUladoifaUa nb 1U99JUtlLf but In tho matter of culture we arrive are tie beM Ya ripened in tho same month and is placed at points whero particu- Â¬ self Youre balder than I am ment officlala nad their wives as well at our destination with both of our 43 16 29 2S SMITH POWELL Â¬ larly fast time is made The average but I rebroseat pefora using- - Look oapltaL The temperature of tho Indiana Leg as the entire society of the America weight of rails used is about 70 pounds at dot parbor pyder next chair ha islature reached 195 degrees In tho Very fow ot tbe higher officials are pedal extremities n Oolj tj7 THE CELEBRATED JACK LIFE INSURANCE which is the average weight on tho rebrescnts after usimr two bottles shade several times during the month pure Kanakas while many are pare ACEST8 WAKTEO Hark the sound of many voices Reading road as welL Philadelphia Ye know our peezlness aint it white In society one meets every of January AT ACTUAL COST Jubilant in gktdest song Record America DISCOVERY Several farmers came to town about grade of color and nationality A And full many a heart rejoices Persons desirous of obtaining life in BTstcmsifltleniorjTrnlnlna Mrs Robinson was entertaining tho middle of January in spring brown skin beautiful eyes and mag- Â¬ t crUrraa of th UolTenXotan thrilling 4bBim surance at actual coot should write for Onlr Genuine Zearneii tn one reading As the chorus floats along Xour ISookat ttu vooderful Uiliisi In nificent teeth proclaim a mixture of some ladles at a select little five oclock wagons lencwned UMOTcrt ot jTnt on xntf tknd B 2Ilul trnndetltic enrol Will make the present season at Silver circulars to Spring Medicine Hail the Favorite Prescription Errry ciilld nud eclat t srrently benefitted Boswell P Flower has bloomed all nativo blood Elegantly dressed well tea and Bobby who had been oxcep Creek Distillery at Greal indnoeenU to Cjrrespsiodneo How the happy voices Mand Security Mutual Bbnefit Society Proroeetns wita opinions of Ilr Ym Classes tntMl drauUra and num terms to IBM SBBZ O d A Hum The necessity of a spring medicine sweet faced educated onally well behaved was in high winter inmircB aeJUULt InclonntU tipeciaust In lima Disecn rtiollil tie wrd anHl Wonderful beyond description 25 For Jennets and 10 For Mares to In universally admitted And feather na- Â¬ Is almost 233 Broadway New York ladles halt whlto and halt Ma he said as cake was Several Massachusetts farmers cut uv Womans best aad truest friend sure a Living Colt the superiority f Hoods Sarsaparilla boing handed around may I have hay late in Decembor with an ordl- - tive are married to Chinese gentle Â¬ This society claim that for six years Well it may be called womans best men and thoir children are bred in all more and some tongue please There isnt nary hay cutter too COFFEE MAKER aIbI anA nthm t nrt hT Clinton is 16 hands and one inch high the cost to a member of middle age has I KitXKiianTTi sb7iihhATeN Y for this purpose becomes year a w t9Tttlan for mmVinir bo The friend since it does for her A gilded youth named Howell Gib- Â¬ tho refinements of civilization Thats funny That any tongue Bobby more widely known every OoCMtul Im brttor trjM bt fine bone and substance jet black mealy been Less than Twrlve Don a 11s A thlnr verm In m i lued wftn iJfMtb nose and makes a grand appearance Year for each thousand dollars of in 37 49 I heard pa say bon appeared on Broadway late in De- descendants of tho first missionaries other remedy has ever been aw to do blood and those commented Bobby power to purify Ibe ur Dried by John W AlKson of Bourbon en b CoCenJTe Kot Sample will t occupy important political positions It cures all those delieate derange London cember wearing his summer cane OolTn or 30- elements of strength and health which thore would be lots of it surance test bx rnaU for twenty c nt In Senator W M Evarts was seen on and are almost all wealthy Honolulu raenta and weaknesses peealiar to count v foaled May 24th iSSi got by to which it is Tid Blts the system craves and Mitd for fell twrtJraUrs of thU Longfellow 1st dam Ty Peacock and Owe A writer on etiquette has just tho streets in the month of December Cor Chicago Tribune females them understand and tir iat iuc n to Buieeptible at this season are pos UcVxklcCiocIaiutIO dam by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by Fcrtist paralyzed tho reading world with tho and January wearing his summerhat Other preparations may afford tempo sessed by thle peculiar medicine In a Leviathan sth dam by Mountain Leader 42 21 There will be an election held at Tho millionaire Senators who rary relief but Dr PJerees Favorite announcement that birth does not summer of 1835 wo mean pimpre eminent degree Scrofula Longfdlowwa got by Long Madison Kirksvllle Ky ou The peach crop wa3 not ruined oca are trying to oenvinee the eeantry Prescription efleota a permanent cure make tho gentleman it helps ny 1st dam ty imp Koyai uuke ana aam ples bolls or any humor bllliousncss Thats right thats right It helps all winter Usually It suffers total de that their services are worth 10000 w E Grliftead Co S W Oir 7 t Mohawk sick headache catarrh If one will but stop and think it will struction twice and partial ruin flvo a year have undertaken a tough job It is guaranteed to do thU or money dyspepsia Main Sh Lovlsvllle Ky paid for It will be promptly refunded men throughout the county say he Â¬ Jack at 2 oclock P m to elect a President rheumatism or any disease or affec- be nptfeed that the gentlemen or I times by tho 15th of February If these able patriots dont like the great remedy of tbe age is the test bred jack in tne state Our Mn D T Chestnut wilLu in ami Directors for the-- Kirksvllle and tions caused or promoted by impure ladles cither for mtter of that who Jeremiah Jimson of Crow Ridge present Congressional salary they aro It is the Will craze mares and jennets at the Richmond every county court day Kentucky lllver Turnpike Company A nice Cnttage on Hallie Xrvine blood or low state of the system are at uoiaej period of their life have not Pa was eon struck on Eebruary t liberty to follow the advice of tho The worst Nasal Catarth no inatt JAMES M SMITH Will call on county nierclianiH at their Street tliree doeus frntn Main for rate of 10 cents per day cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla Try Hie bean horn ar dxtremely rare Chi 4th Ho named it Benjamin Harrison lato Robert Toombs and boot 1 of kow long standing fe permanent President April lOtb 89 CO W E GRIN8TEAD W SHUME CO stoiea U Terms reaBouabie Icago Times 43 47 bock k the jug Win H Siviter ux Puck Mso Telegraph cured by Dr SageJa Catrrtj JRejuedy peculiar medicine 43 46 35 Ky Silver Creek 4H4 rROFEONAlijDARDS DRXwiLKES SMITH GENTRY ax REASONS Tne diver JC POYNTZ Th Old Hickory Tile 3aWQrf h The Bell Git aIie 5SeSt02ie F3ft mirrpt W TJ FOSTER Tne Big IxiJUXl The Honest Ranges3piie Excellent Tile entry Tile Home Made Sell TH BEST of EVERYTHING Ayers Sarsaparilla Kno rcm to the Hardware World SHACKELFORD PHIL ROBERTS IfSKThey are hustlers from away back and dont you forget it m GENTRY K V fl LETCHER Are Ygh a Mail or a Mouse ii W BRIGHT COME AND SEE US JACK FRESSMAMy McKeeTraynor iclixnond KLentiiclsy TsnTG O A KING JAMES II nis Corpse Was rabllcly KzhlMtod and Tlien Thrown la a Sower Miss Strickland when making re-Â¬ searches at Paris and St Germain for her life of Mary of Modena was told by the abbess tuporior of the Austin nunnery that thi republicans broko open James II s coffin that they found tho limbs supple that sho believed they had some superstitious reverence for it which however did not provent thoir making a show of it and receiv- Â¬ ing a sou or a franc from the specta Â¬ tors and that tor some reason tbe corpse escaped destruction Piecing togothcr this and other information see Miss Jano Stricklands recent life of her sister the biographer of En- Â¬ glish Queens staled on tho authority of tho traditions of Paris and St Ger- Â¬ main that the Jacobin crowd of 1793 and 1791 wero soiled with superstitious awe that the municipality took posses- Â¬ sion of tho hoars a an J body that peo- Â¬ ple crowding to seo it from all parts of Paris from a sou to a franc was charged for admission that miracles were whisporod of that Robespierre ordered the body to be buried that this was not done but that it was carofully and reverently preserved that on the itUics coming to Paris in 1814 tho body va3 still above ground that George IV ordered it to be carried in funeral procession to St Germain and that it was interred in Agnes Strickland on tho church afterward seeing Fitzsimmons account cited it as a corroboration but it Is really just tho reverse for ho con- Â¬ Where tho body cludes by saylnj was thrown I never heard George IV tried all in his powor to get tid Â¬ ings of tho body but could not Where could the body have laid from 1794 to 1811 or rather till 1821 for there was no ceremony whatever in the former years when indeed St Germains Church was in a rninous btule Mrs Fairbairn the superior of the Aiidtin convent could speak only from hea suy as th- - did not enter the institution until 1819 and she had not impi obabiy been misled by LoHgiic vill Joiifs whose visit for collecting ttaphs is still rumembcrod Miss rvielrlnd was strangely off her guard l jn she accepted lienrsay which it is isy to tost Hie had only to con- ult the newspapers of 1821 or to read tho St Germain inscription to see that th re wts no procession of tho body Indeed one can trace the Iroiii Paris t nGer louncaUou lor almost every detail of her story The exposure of the body for nearly a whole day grew into a prolonged exhibition the money given by prisoners at the monastory for a siht of it grew into payments made by a concourse of people from all parts of Paris the miracle immediate- Â¬ ly following on James death grew into miracle working in 1794 when belief in the supernatural was at the lowest ebb There is every reason to sup- Â¬ pose that tho body was flung into some neighboring pit or sower Assuredly all traces of it had disappeared when tho terror ended Nineteenth Century -- f I i i 1 m 11 je ia il is s a ill is at 19 jr at 1- 1- Bourbon Chief rs lo- - STLLIONS 1889 all Â¬ JOEH WXEKES you 4 U Attorney at Zawj Attorney at Law Attorney at W J ET of B reck E3I J- A Phelps TINTVARE aa Wt Ml- - 3 1 ire tot ipr- - - POWELL R ID W A le E i Iaw - lees n- - Attorney at FULL LINE XaaWj HOOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER CLAUDE SMITH POWELL Fire hsnraacel Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Harowa re or Shingles Laths MTERS COST Ti BR1SOK PHELPS 1 and T O VE mar Hough and Pressed Xjiimfcer D H MYEBS I Lime Cement Hair Main Street below TICKLE 2nd Presbyterian Church Kichmond Ky TIIIFIICT Tinware to Order liSKY w TKTrKT 1 gentle-mannere- PERFECT nat Â¬ ILSCTION HOTICE Â¬ Wholesale Grocery Â¬ Cottage for Eent Saturday May 4 1889 thoh D H MYERS 39 51 s5i flSt V II i 9ZKipWVr3Z - - ST u THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EYEBT WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing if Go II Wm G White Chas S Powell FRENCH TIPTON -- Editor PRICE PER YEAR 150 1SS9 WEDNESDAY APRIL CONVENTION CALLED I The Democratic Committee of Ken ttwky having called a Stele Couven tteti to be held in Louisville Ky 011 the eighth of May 1SS9 to nominate a Democratic oaudidate fur State Treas- Â¬ urer the Democrats of Madison county are requested to meet ia convention in Richmond Ky at the ewnrt-lMtuoh Satwkiy the 27th of April 1888 at M as recommended by the 2 ueteek Stole Democratic Committee for the purpose ef apointiug delegates to rep- Â¬ resent Madisou county at the Louis Â¬ Old Mr Tatum died very suddenly at ville Convention his home on the thirteenth It is suppos- Â¬ ApcM IStb 1S99 ed to be heart disease as he was found C D CnnNAnw lying in the yard near the house ChmH Dem Com of Madison Co The home of Mrs E S Terrill is again Six thousand emigrants leltLiv brightened by the presence of her daughorpool last Wednesday lor the ters Misses Nannie and Lizzie who spent United States the winter with a stster in Missouri -e r ney and Robert Thorpe have each bought the Louisville Southern was accident Â¬ Goochs camp a new buggy and some girls are rejoicing ally killed at Rjan Three blasts of Cornelisonproprietorof Bjfbee Monday afternoon MrJas had been put In a cut two town pottery works shipped sixty nine dynamite waited thousand gallons of stoneware to Knox of which exploded Hawkins a few minutes and then advanced to vllle Tcnn last week and will start with examine the third While stooping a boat load to Beattyville Uiis week over the blast it exploded hurling him 1SEREA out of the cut forty yards He was a young man 24 years of age a graduate Mrs Brown who has spent the winter of the University of Virginia and his with her daughter Mrs Fairchild has parents live In Lynchburg where his returned to her home in Illinois remains were shipped Midway Clip- Â¬ per The college brass band is making the echoes with a new set of horns from the Dont Get Caught well known firm ol Lyon Healy Thisspring with your blood full of im- Â¬ your digestion impaired Miss Nannie Harrison and Mr Isaac purities Davis decided to leave the state of single your appetite poor kidneys and liver torpid and whole system liable to be blessedness and were married last week prostrated by disease but get your- Â¬ Mr Josiah Burdett is making quite ex- Â¬ self into good condition and ready for tensive improvements on his dwelling the changing and warmer weather by house Whencompletedit will be a de Â¬ taking Hood Sarsaparilla It stands sirable home unequalled for purifyiug the blood Mr TJ Wyatt has moved his family giviug an appetite aud for it general down to Slate Lick His neat cottage spring medicine It here is occupied by his brother-in-laCONCERNING FARM ERS Mr Anderson Persons wishing to Improve their memories or strengthen their power of FOR JAILER attention shouldJBend to Prof Loiselte JOHN F WAOERS Is a candidate for Jailer 537 Fifth Avenue N Y for his Pros Â¬ county subject to the action ot of pectus Poet free as advertised In an- Â¬ theMntllMin Democratic parly 49 37 other Column JAME3 C LACKEY Is n candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ tion of the Democratic party JNNOUNCEM vEAilivjii lEf 3- 3- Kankakee SAMUEL BIQQERSTAFF Is n candidal Linej with Its connections makes the for Jailer of Madison county bubject to the of the Democratic party fastest time from Cincinnati to Council action THOMAS 8 FEKKELL is a candidate for Bluffs Omaha St Paul Minneapolis Jailer of Madison county subject to tue ac- Â¬ tion of the Democratic party 32 and the West aud North west 34- TheUIStLfeC By BORN To Mrs morning ET Powell a boy Sunday To Mrs D H Myers a girl Friday morning ToMrx Prof Win W Willson a girl Friday morning JOHN HILL Is a candideate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the 4 Democratic party A JBROADDUSlsa candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action -of 81the Democratic party GEORUE W MAUPIN is n candidate for the Jailer of Madison county subject to t- action of the Democratic party WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF To Be Found in This City AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES Â¬ lute been appointed Superintend ant of the Census Roler t T Porler of New York The Easter service at the College Chapel Sunday evening was an occasion of great interest The exercises were all Â¬ rendered by members of the Sunday school under the supervision of the Su Â¬ perintendent The floral decorations and pttia the world famous surgeon died on last Tuesday Dr Samuel Gross of Philadel mottoes were beautiful K1RKSV1LLE There k an estimated deficit of ten million dollars in the British bwiget for the approaching fiscal Farmers about through planting corn Prospects good for a large wheat ield The Hume boys lost a valuable Yazoo Judge Durhams resignation as colt some da s ago Miss Lee Prewitt is out again after First Controller of the Currency being thrown from a buggy lies been accepted lie retires Miss Allie Walker is home on a short with an enviable record stay from Lancaster Institute New York on Friday had the E G Muth k up from Decatur Ala greaiest fire for many years A and will soon locate in St Louis half mile of houses along North Rev C Crooks of Richmond filled Kiver entailing a loss of four mill- Â¬ the pulpit for Rev Wm Crow ion dollars Rumors of four weddings in this place Wolf county has a newspaper in the near future Guess who Kirksviile citizens will turn out en The Mountain Eagle the mountain counties are rapidly fill Â¬ masse to the circus Wednesday ing up with newspapers and a Messrs JerryJSuftivan and M B Ar srorsign of advancement could buckle made a flying trip to this burg Sunday not exist The sarvivors of Morgans command who were imprisoned in Onto and Pennsylvania will hold a ronton at Winchester on Thursday August 1st All old soldiers are invited Â¬ Jno W WHmore bought of John C d Simmons his gelding Price 165 three-year-ol- Â¬ The young men of this place are mak Â¬ ing arrangements for a grand hop first night of Kirksviile Fair Mrs B F Tevis left Monday for a that the public could wish Their The passengers and crew of visit to friends and relatives in Lexington line of GENTLEMENS the lost steamer Danmark have ShdbyviHe and Louisville been found Tliey were picked up HIGH OUT Joe by the steamer Missouri and land now Higgins formerly of this place but steers 1140 lbs net brought 371 49 Wednesday April 17lh 1889 aged 89 of Nashville Tennessee was called good steer calves 2000 per head All years Buried at the Kindred place LACED ed at the Azores a few being to the bedside of his father who is very offerings sold on Thursday brought to Philadelphia CALF SKIN ill Â¬ Fat hogs have sold in Clark county the past two weeks- - at 330 to 435 per cwt L M Van Meter of Clark has accommodated with seats or standing bought 300 acres of land in Shelby room bad the pleasuro of listening to couuty for 19500 the beautiful ceremony that gave Dr During the month of March 8125 Silas Evans the right to call Miss Chenault his own At 930 063 worth of beef aud hog products Pearl were exported from the United States oclock the bridal party entered as against 5323359 worth for the corres- Â¬ usual the six lovely bridesmaids preceded the happy couple They were ponding month in 1SS8 Misses Wicklifle Cooper Dunston The Chief of the Bureau of Statistics Gibson Mary Chenault Fannie Dun reports the exports of cotton from the aud Lula Bronston They wore charm Â¬ United States for March last to have ing costumes of silk illusion of con Â¬ been 542591 bale valued at 25089 trasted colors The bride wore a beau 021 as against 323490 bales in March tiful sappho costume aud bridal veil 18S3 The ushers were Messrs Barr and The bride and groom are Two of the best crops of tobacco that Samuels been sold in Louisville for some well known society people she being have time were crops of Charley Sullivan the accomplished daughter of Dr R and Robert T Gay of Clark couuty C Chenault the groom a rising young Sullivan sold eleven hogsheads leaf physician now assistant at the East- Â¬ lugs and trash at 6 to 7J cts Gy ern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum aud sold his crop of seven hogsheads at 10 seem to be so well suited to each other that we have no doubt bui what they to 16 cents will fully realize the beautiful Idea of Mr Wm Welsh is puttiug iu each marriage as is expressed in the follow- Â¬ hill of corn he is plantlug a handful of ing beautiful lines from Adam Bede wheat bran He says he tried this as What greater thing is there for two an experiment while he lived up north human souls than to feel that they are and discovered that the increase in the joined for life to strengthen each yield of corn more than doubled the other iu all labor to rest on each other amount invested for the bran Inte- in all sorrow to minister to each other rior Journal in all pain to be one with each other an organization of in silent unspeakable memories at the The Wheel farmers of Union couuty have resolv- moment of the last parting Lexing- Â¬ ed that before we will pay more than ton Press 12 cents per pound for twine we will DIED- bind our wheat by hand We learn some farmers of this county have Thomas Rainey died in Madison bought twine at 15 and 17 cents Mid Â¬ county on Saturday April 20th aged way Clipper about 23 years Winchester Court J A Ram- Â¬ Richard Pulllns died in Madison sey auctioneer reports 200 cattle on the market 25 extra steers 1240 lbs couuty on ou Friday April 19th aged net brought 425 per cwt and 100 on about 32 years the head premium 32 head good steer Alfred Thompsou died near Doyles 1260 lbs net 393 per cwt 10 plaiu ville in Madison county Ky ou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A J WILLOUQHHY Ik a candidate for AcsetKor of Madison county subject to the 3- action ot the Democratic party W J HARVEY 1 a candidate for Assessor of Madison couuty subject to the action -of 12MATRIMONIAL the Democratic party C R TUDOR Is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the 13- It would seem that all the world Democratic party Assessor loves a lover up to the last word of JOEL T EMBRYlsncandldnU foraction of of Madison county subject to the 14- the ceremony from the way the better U10 Democratic party part of it struggles to get a glimpse of CONWAY DOZIER Is a candldnto for them as they stand not with reluc- Â¬ Assessor or Madison county subject to 37-the action of the Democratic party tant feet where the lover is made com- Â¬ D C RICE is a candidate for Assessor of plete aud just as many as could be Madisou county subject to the action of3S-the Democratic party FOR COUNT SUPERINTENDENT for assessor J B HARRIS Is a candidate for County Superintendent of Fublie Schools subject to 8- the action of the Democratic party MRS A T MILLION Is a candidate for re-Â¬ election tn the office of Couuty HuDcrlntend ent of Public Hchools subject to the action -ot 35the Democratic parly o 1ST 4ggg FT1 FT A 10LE SGLED HI lice Richmond Ky April 24 BERKLEY COVINGTON WftTSD M ITOHELIj5 213 West Main Street Wallace Sloes GUTHR The extensive dealers in Grents FTimisIi- - xDE3si3srcs a733r ecx SECOND Spring and OF at No 101 West Main Street Foreign Dress Fabrics and High Novelties for Spring and Summer Ky have received Kichmond Wear French Challies in Oriental and Hand Tainted De- Â¬ signs Choice Shades in Henrietta Cloths with Iri- Â¬ their descent and Persian Trimmings GEAID DISPLAY BAHGAIHS Prepare tobs Pleased And all from a practically limited Stock of Bright un- Â¬ ITew Styles For Spring IS Summer Stock and it is much larger than they have ever before handled But their prices are no larger than before They have OF Â¬ PARIS NOVELTY DRESS STUFFS Brochet Stripe and Side Band Effects Mohair and Woolen Dress Goods in Endless Variety Brocade Silks The very best Black Silk ever made into a Dress Every Grade arid Variety Lupins WHITS GOODS DEFAHTMEIffT Celebrated Henrietta Cloths Armure Drapde Alma Tamisej and Whip Cords Lupins Plain and Striped Nuns Veiling Draping Nets Chantilly Laces and Grenadines BOOTS SHOES Facts and Figures Convince all Comers that we offer the BEHKLEY GUTHEIE WATSON Opportunity of the Season Dress Making in all of its Branches 45 52 and Mohair Oklahoma was invaded on Mon day by thousands of boomers and at night the town of Guthrie wkteh was but a railway shed at morning was the metropolis of the country and had 15000 peo ple Â¬ Â¬ 1 if Baron Erlanger was banqueted at the Stanton House Chattanoo ga Friday night and was so much pleased that lie donated 5000 to the new hospital which will now be named in Itonor of Baroness Erlanger Â¬ Mr R II Tolminson has been nominated for the Legislature by the Democratic county committee of Garrard It is entirely probable that Mr Tnmlinson who is a lire man generally will be the nest representative Â¬ A HAZARDOUS JOUBNEY A iarty of ten men lelt Winni peg on Tuesday for a long and per ilous journey embracing the Arc tic Circle They were headed by Mr Everest a millionaire They will proceed across the country to MeKenzie river and down that to the Artie river Ocean At the mouth of the river they purpose building a large boat in whieh they lwpe to round Cape Barrow and return by way of Bearings Strait and the Alaskan coast In all probability their friends will never look upon their forms again for they will encount- Â¬ er wild animals wilder Indians and frozen seas Butrif it is their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will we can see no good reason why it slHHtld not be our pleasure If they succeed science will be benefited and if they fail the rich mans heirs will be benefited Clearly it is an ill wind that Wows nobody good DGYLESVILLE Bern to the wife of Robert Johnson on April 19th a large boy DsyioeriMc has almost as many cater pMec as Union City has crawfish Mrs Jae Alien of this place spent wA before kut visiting relatives in Clay duly There is the greatest prospect of a forger crop of fruit here this year if the doftt kiH H than was ever known fft W W McEIroy of Mariou bought Mr and Mrs Robert Hagan gave an a jack and jennet four years ago for elegant reception to the bride and groom 300 and since then his jack has made Mr W M Hkle and wife Thursday him 1200 besides the breeding of his night own stuck He has sold from his Walker Tevis caught a cat fish out of jennet 1500 worth of colts and he Coys pond which weighed 16 pounds now has twelve of the largest and best It was caught out of the river and placed jennets of any man in the State and has sold iucrease from them enough in the pound three years ago to pay for them all The youBg ladies of Elliott Institute The Taylor farm of 400 acres near went on a fishing excursion on Monday and had very gooJ success several large town recently bought by T B RIpy McBrayer has been desig members of the finny tribe were caught from W S nated and will be used by Mr Ripy by the fair ones exclusively as a hog ranch He will The Kirksviile warblers discovered stock it with 500 sows which he will some elegant music and serenaded the fatten on the slop of his distilleries beautiful young ladies of Elliott Institute during the distilling and hog feeding Saturday night Come again beys you seaeon It will be one of the largest are always welcome and the kuowing ones say one of the Col Tribble is spoken of to represent most profitable business ventures ever us in the next Legislature He is one of undertaken in the county Lancaster our most prominent farmers and well News identified with the interests of this county When 60000 is offered aud refused and will make us an able representative for a siugle horse there is a prevalent Stockholders ot the Kirksviile Fair opinion that the man who wants to Association met on Uie 20th inst and buy a couple of large sized jackasses elected Mr Waller Bennett President need go no farther Ami yet 80000 and J B Walker Secretary The past has recently been paid for a broken success of this association is a guarantee winded English racer and 75000 re- Â¬ for the future fused for an American trotter Wheth- Â¬ er such figures signify an enhanced A CALL value for horse flesh or that the fool and his money are still parting is not Editor Climax for a partial Kentucky public to de- Â¬ If Col D W Tribble will consent to cide Glasgow Times become a candidate for the Legislature The total tobacco crop in Kentucky be will receive the support of for 1888 was 282331421 lbs against The Kikksville Precinct 117282876 lbs iu 1887 The Increase was general Only three mountain FOB REPRESENTATIVE counties Breathitt Lawrence and Lee where very small crops are raised Edilor Climax reported less than for 1887 Chris Â¬ We recognize in Mr C L Searcy tian county leads with production a of of Waco good timber for the Legisla Â¬ 17211150 lbs Graves secoud with ture If he will stand for the office 15368000 lbs Henderson third witb we are for him 13341755 lbs Daviess fourth with Numerous Democrats 10697450 Webster fifth with 8878 160 lbs followed by Logan Mason FOR TUE LEGISLATURE Todd Trig Boone Owen Pendleton each or which raised over 6000000 lbs Editor Climax The people of Finchville and vicin Â¬ We call upon Mr James B Purkes of Kingston to become a candidate to ity hav been treated every spring for represent Madison county in the Leg- Â¬ the past two or three years to a horse and cattle show near that village islature There is no better man This has been done from the fact that Citizens and Democrats there are quite a number of excellent SEND MM BACK animals which make the season in that neighborhood and a number of the Editor Climax farmers there find it more convenient Hon A T Chenault made a good to examine and make a selection to representative aud we want him to which they prefer breediug As the meetings heretofore have been so suc- Â¬ make the race again cessful it was agreed to have the show Many Democrats this year embrace jacks and bulls as well as horses and last Saturday was NEWS PARAGRAPHS fixed for it Shelbyville Sentiuel Mrs Wm McCarley died in Gar- Â¬ rard county UOWS THIS Fire at Milford Ky destroyed 000 worth of property S100 Richard Giveus a prominent farmer of Boyle county died at the age of The 74 years He was the father of Mrs is especially full Concress and Buttons Wm Chenault formerly ot this place Both aud of James G nud Wm Givens and Kangaroo former students of Central University SHOES same in Also Goat ITS SPECIAL STYLES andLOWPEICES WLiW Mrs Jennie Buchanan Armendt died at Crab Orchard Ky on Wed- Â¬ nesday April 17th 1889 Deceased The new and popular Ooze Calf was a step daughter of the late Richa with Tanfox Wells of Madison county and lived for several years at his house near Union City She died in child bearing THEY HAVE ALL THAT and the infant died with the mother The remains were deposited in the Afford Crab Orchard cemetery on Friday ci Hi m AT McKEES OLD STAND SR3LDEES SHOES The Best Markets DRESS First Streets Richmond Ky in oo Cor Main and Medium and Common heels in Oxford Ties Low Ky en Thursday April 4th 18S9 Mrs Bartleson Taylor aged 65 years She Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon was a native of Madison county being Adonis Buckles a daughter of Gufile Peyton aud lived THE here until 1871 when she moved to Lexington wbere8lio resided unlil her death She leaves a husband a large THEY HAVE THE family of children and many relatives loss Yet they have rea Knox Stetson to mourn her son to believe that she has but enter- Â¬ Marwick and ed into that rest and reward which Austin Drew is promised the people of God for at an early age she embraced the Christian both hard and soft A Full Line of religion aud her whole life has been a record of loyalty to Christ Her earth ly pilgrimage was a journey toward heaven and her feet guided by faith never tired while the star of hope and W righteousness illuminated her path including Monarch Shirts E and Coon Collars and Cuffs way A gentler kinder spirit never passed NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION from earth and we who knew and An asloved her can truly say that her heart Gloves in great variety sortment of Silk and Linen Hand went out with sympathy to all the kerchiefs afflicted with pity to all the wretched She helped to bear the burdens of the Hosiery of Every Grade HOTS weary the weak aud helpless She ministered balm to the aching spirits UMBRELLAS in silk and other and tried to awaken the helples a aud goods with assorted handles Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry despondent by poiutiug out the crown that rewards the faithful She was 41 40 the friend of the poor and when she could always gave the band of assist ance to those who were in need A faithful devoted wife a loving mother has passed out from the home circle leaving a yoid in the hearts of the afflicted husband and children that can never be filled But to them her life will be a blessed sweet memory 45- and an assurance that their loved one has but passed from shadows Into light from hope into certainty from pain Will make the season of 1889 at my stubles at the Alexander Tribble place into peace 8 4 miles from Bicbraohii on the Big Hill turnpike Will serve Jenuets at Died at her home in Lexington French Sense CLOTHIMG OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN HATS LATEST SPRING STYLES AND BEST GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE BOOTS and SHOES IM EVERY VARIETY Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ All sizes shapes ages and kinds of men GENTS and boys can find precisely what they want Furnishing Goods No matter how fat or how lean or how tall or how small White can fit you TN Â¬ Hats in all Shapes CARPETS THE NEWEST BESIGNS A BIG- SHIRTS stock of CUFFS Rememher that our Stock of Calicoes Domestics Chailis Sateens White Goods Laces and Emhroideries 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- COLliRS UHDERIftR Suspenders Handkerchiefs Gloves Â¬ jtxmboi ledtiesjulirellas f alfcins mtMJmwt Canes TRUNKS VALISES and everything else in his line - EL CT STEB2TG IB HARNESS Â¬ SADDLES HARNESS AND GEAR The old and reliable Saddle and SADDLES Harness House of No INSURANCE TORNADO a c WOOD C A C HUTCHISON THE NEW HOTEL Alfred Thompson died at his home about ewe mMe from this place April 18 ittg aged 86 years He leaves a wife ad several children to mourn his depart Â¬ ure Mr Thompson was a member of tlie M Z Chtirch at this place In poli Â¬ tics he was a Democrat he was a kind neighbor and a good citizen therefore we hope Ms friends loss is hk gain and that he ha at last landed in that blessed harÂ¬ bor from winch no man ever wants to return WACO Mrs J V Smith and Taylor Lowe died in Clark county last week We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re- Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Many peculiar points make Hoods Sar Â¬ saparilla superior to all other medicines Peculiar In combination proportion and preparation of taEredlentsrk Hoods Sarsaparilla Peculiar J 20 TO INSURE A COLT and a few mares at 10 Money due when tbo colt comes or mare parted wl h or removed from the neighbor Â¬ 1 FIRE LIGHTNING and possessesV Eddie Bybeets out at business again after a severe attack of mumps Mr V B Grinstead of Covington was visiting bis friends here last week Mr Jonas Rucker has returned to his home at Ford after a short visit here is looking after seme land interests m Powell county Mr Peyton Foster Elkin Jr Mr Tom Seper of Garrard county was here last Sunday on important bus Â¬ iness The annual meeting of the County Sunday School Convention will be held at Bybeetown first Sunday in May Mr Jesse Cobb Jr Mr Geo MeKln- - rapidly on the Toledo Ohio Wesleyan college at Winchester We the undersigned have known The Louisville Gas Companys new F J Cheney for the last 15 years and reservoir has a capacity of 1500000 believe him perfectly honorable in all feet of gas business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made The Prohibitionists in Jessamine have nominated Fountain Hand for by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist the Legislature Toledo Ohio Sixty eight convicts arrived in Win- Â¬ Walding Klnnan Marvin Whole chester last week to work on the sale Druggist Toledo O Kentucky Union E H Van Hcesen Cashier Toledo Dr John M Rankin aud Miss Cora National Bank Toledo O C Ramsey of Clark county were mar- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken in- Â¬ ternally acting directly upon the blood ried on Wednesday mucus surfaces of the system Mrs Steele formerly of Louisville and Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all the mother of Mrs Senator Vance 42 45 Druggists died at Clemens Mich on Thursday Donelson will make you S3 good a Winfleld Ecton who was wounded by a blast on the K TJ It It in Clark buggy or carriage as can be bought apr4 tf county recently died of his wounds anywhere in America was only a spectator last week He INDIES Needing a toale or children Uut vrant building aud accidentally hurt up sboald tato rtnoVKs iron dittkhs Wm B Hawkins one of the super cores Malaria It Is pleasiol to ti ire JU1 dealers keep Iodlserf it In chare of constructing tlon and Blllousne intendents is progressing Â¬ Work Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props best known remedies the vegetable king Peculiar tn its and economy aaparilla Is om strength Hoods Sar i onlrmedt- whlch can trnlr cine nf One Hundred Doses XxtiaXjrC9 One Dollar Medicines In larger ana smaller ponies Oproduce as good results as Hoods in its medicinal merits Hoods Sarsaparilla accomplishes cores hith Â¬ erto unknown and has won for Itself the tltlo of The greatest purifier ever t hood where she belonged when bred JUMBO is a black Jack with white points 15 hands high will be 4 years old 3rd day of October He has extra Seven Splendid Companies fine body head and ears large foot and superlorboue and muscle Iu fact North America - Philadelphia he presents every indication of good - - Massachusetts breeding and 1hs proved himself to be Springfield -Now York Sired by L T Germania a sure foal getler Quiseuberry8 Garfield 1st dam by Connecticut - - - Hartford Averrario he by Imported Averrado - - - - New York 2nd dam a Double Mammoth Jennet Niagara Amazon - - - - Cincinnati 44 45 TAYLOR RICE Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia CO con W C GORJILEY Street next to Â¬ Garnett House has a complete tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets stock of Richmond Ky formerly occupied Saddles Harness Bridles by J P Herndon as a drug store Blankets Whips Spnrs Horse WE HAVE THIS WEEK OPENED A Boots Carry Combs Scrapers Harness Toe Weights Soaps SELECT LINE OF Oils and everything else needed by persons MADE TO ORDER of the best who handle horses materials and by the best work Saddles Manufactured 2G STORE 6 W PIGKELS Second Sales ii home CiTat nowr kFjmoTe ot Hoods Sarsaparillar soldln Lowell where jT StJltismade Wood than of aii Peculiarlnltsgoodnamo there Is Dloodi dIgcoTeredr V rother purifiers phenome- - abroad bas ta Its A nal record rVVoTecnllar ot sales no other preparation attained such popu larity in so short a time oScrer Wsnd eonfldenco among all classes people so steadfastly Do not be Induced to buy other preparations but be sure to get the Peculiar Medicine SoIdbjaSdrnsgUta Slixfori Freparedoslr b7 C L BOOO ft CO ApothecrlejInreU Hats 401 Hoods Sarsaparilla IOO Doses One Dollar 29 28 and none but the best material used Gentlemens ladies and ROOK BOTTOM RATES boys baddies kept in stock ALL FBESH AND NSW GOODS Harness of every description Office at Farmers National Bank irace unams names Backhands STANDARD I RECORD 234J Call and see us before placing Bellybands Collars Collar Pads your insurance Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Brother to Yuba 224J by Harold HUME BDRNAM Bridles Whips and other things useu on the larm N B Milling property and let dam Yolande by Belmont Only experienced workmen em2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrlno country stores a specialty ployed Chief 32 31 If you want a Saddle you have 3rd dam Portia by Roebuck pacer 4th dam by Whip thoroughbred - QUAtlTY GUARANTEED a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 npwards If you I We respectfully solicit a chare of your want a set of Harness you have a The above horse will make the season 150 sets to select from ranging in Death- of 18S9 nt stables of Phillips patronage erage at Fair Grounds Klclimouu ivy price from 8 up at Forty Dollaks to Iksuhb a JUv All prices of Plow Gear from ino Colt Covington Arnold Bro want to fSPCall and seeour stock the cheapest to the best Some Â¬ Deatherage Apply to Phillips buy 1000C0 pounds of Wool Will pay thing Richmond Ky or to iw at Bilver the hlghertt market price Those who AG WOOD CO Druggists The entirely new in Curry Combi Ky Creek handsomest lot ol lap Cloths have woo tn sell will flud it to their CO 40 52 T 8 DURHAM New Hotel Building ever brought to Kichmond 41- 43- 42 45- iuterest to call Drugs and Druggists Sundries to Order men X jOLiLi OO Low Prices Prompt Attention Â¬ 100000 Pounds- WOOL WAITED Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bndles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brashes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everv thing else belonging to a complete Saddlery and Harness Shop A specially oF Light Road Track Harness Gormley made the harness with Â¬ Â¬ which Susie S won Iier great Buf falo race aud also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 ALL WORK WARRANTED- 41 40 iifcin in IPai mptmtsm WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1889 will be celebrated in Berea by a religious serrfce at 9 oclock A m with brief ad Â¬ dresses on Washingtons claim to the title Mn L O Schmidt continues danger Father of His Country and on the oulr HI relation of our independence to liberty and to religion In the afternoon at 2 Have jou seen what Covington oclock there will be exercises by the Mitchell have to tajr lower schools of the college and in the Mrs Sallie J Ward is building a Swiss evening at 7 oclock orations and decla Â¬ cottage on Orchard f treet mations by students in the advanced de Â¬ HI Democratic County Convention at the partments court house next Saturday State Medical Association This important Association will assem Â¬ Bring out the street sprinkler before ble in Richmond on the 8th of May just somebody perishes in the dust two weeks from to day and will continue Mr DB Shackelford and wife wilt in session three days Owing to the in go to housekeeping on 3rd street completed condition of the new hotel the Thos V Hall is preparing plans to physicians will be entertained in private Mr houses Drs Letcher Foster Bright and sewer the county jail and Garnett House Jennings committee on reception and en- Â¬ The Lexington races begin to day tertainment will be glad to hear from Excellent program and low rates on rail Â¬ all families desiring to entrrtain members of the association The attendance prom Â¬ road ises to be large P M Pope has moved hk hardware business to the large building next door UAR to post office Col Alfred Chiesman of London Ky on Tuesday night of last week established Mr A G Woods and wife have gone a G A R Post at this place twenty one to housekeeping at the corner of 3rd and members were enrolled with the following Moberly streets Â¬ -- THE CLIMAX Ill JU The Little Hatchet at Berea The Washington Centennial April 30 The Court of Claims The County Court or Claims adjourned on Saturday after a weeks sitting all the eighteen magistrate being present Judge Chenault presiding and County Attorney Sullivan at his post About 12500 was appropriated for general county purposes Stock was taken in the Waco and Col- Â¬ lege Hill Turnpike to the amount of 1 000 Stony Run and Ford Turnpike 3100 Silver Creek and Barnes Mill Turnpike 5750 Menelaus and Silver Creek Turnpike 250 Total 11100 The sum of 1400 was appropriated to the Poor House and to the jail SSoo the latter being for much needed sewerage and similar purposes To Mr C D Chenault who has for thirteen years been Commissioner of the L and N R R fund 5 000 was award- Â¬ ed for his sen ices and the entire indebt ness of the county on account of the sub scription to that road is now canceled The court levied a poll tax of 200 For general county purposes on the 100 For turnpikes 14 cents on the 100 For interest on Kentucky Central Railrord subscription and to create a sink Â¬ ing fund 14 cents on the too The Stone Stack The ML Sterling Sentinel Democrat says PERSONAL Mrs Barrett of Charloton W Va is visiting Miss Mitchell Mr and Mrs T B A3 crs are visiting friends and relatives in Louisville Mr Tom Hughes of Cromwell Place near Lexington was here Sunday Mexico California GiRD AGAlSSt TUB STRIKE Col R T Smith reports thatthe Curtis boys who were bitten by a dog and went to Madison county as mentioned else Â¬ where have returned The mad stone so called was applied to their wonds On one it stuck six times and on the other it stuck three times Next morning the stone failed to stick The boys are very much relieved in mind Thestone is owned by Amberger near Foxtown Col R T Smith says that John Cook on Salt Well branch In Bath county possesses a stone known to have the qualities of a mad stone These stones cure bee stings spid Â¬ er and snake bites etc Dr R Louisville E L Barlow was up from this week on a short stay Mrs Virginia Lackey went to Mt Sterling on Wednesday for a short stay Miss Nannie Heathman of Missouri Is visiting her sister Mrs John B Million Miss Hattie March has recovered from a short illness and returned to A and Mi collage Lexingtoni Mfi George P Deatlierage Has returned from his winters stay in Ga very much improved in health The Kentucky Central will sell round trip tickets at all stations to Lexington to day April 24th at half rates The first and greatest day of the Kentucky Association meeting Tickets will be good to return April 25 Reduced rates during the entire meeting Rer Dr Rutherford Douglas of the Presbyterian church Woodford county left on Saturday for Europe W Owens formerly of this place is here for a short visit and gives a rosy account of the progress in Birming Â¬ ham Mr 6ct J Mr Jacob Krohn the richest merchant V road should either give in Freeport Illinois visited his The L C April 23rd 1889 Alfred Thompson whose death is notic- Â¬ officers O bought the Richmond AppoIlneTherese our people some assurance that they can Irvine Emma TheC Mr H J Streng in this place on e It Jackson Eller Cliff Gilbert Post Commander T H ed elsewhere in to days Cum ax was get money to build their road or they Sunday Dont forget the Madison County Sun Alleghany railroad at public auction Albright soJ X Likes Jennie Malouey John iilnck David da j school Convention to be held at By Tuesday fur 55000000 Broaddus Sr Vice Wiley Embry Jr born at Boonesborough in Madison coun- should get out Our people are feeling Kelt Anna Miller Cattle Mrs S Parrish has returned from Clark L McUaln W II below n Saturday May 4th Vice Harrison Miller Officerof theday ty in the month of July 1S00 He knew very indignant that they should delay the Pique J Bro Clark Martin A DUTY TO YOURSELF accompanied by her B road and Campbellsville Luke Williams Quarter Master G B personally many of the original settlers building of the R N I Clark J M Smith Mrs Annie and often saw the fort that Daniel Boone possibly drive them to leave Irvine to the daughter Mrs T W Davis who brings a Dr A Witkes Smith has received a Miller Adjutant Stnytli Madam Plillo is surprising that people will ue a Clark Mr Mary B It Charlie Rogers Ser- Â¬ Colrtlron Wm inlene new dental operating chair at a cost of White MolIIe geant of the Guard Jerry Turner Chap Â¬ erected in 1775 He agrees with the ven- Â¬ north crossing Station Camp several fine large baby with her on its first visit to common ordinary pill when they can Uren P II Jrpcn N A White David two hundred and twenty dollars erable Samuel Shearer of Red House miles south of Irvine Estill Eagle Richmond secure a valuable English one for the Hairs Doly lain The Grand Encampment will be White Millie this county who was 89 years old on Sat- Â¬ Dr Ackers English Hammond Jas Mesdames Turley and Covington of same money Susan Mackey wife of the late Albert held in Covington Ky to day Rev G urday and Go to New York and witness the grand Post Office hours from 6 a M to 7 p with the late Dr Kavnanaugh Richmond nee Misses Delta and Kate pills are aposilivc cure for Mackey died Thursday and was buried B Miller k the delegate from thk Post registered of the M E Church both of whom spent Centennial Celebration of Washingtons Spears of and all liver troubles They are M Money ordera and to 6 p sr letter Spearsville were in this city m hours prompt 7 in the colored cemetery on Saturday tneir boyhood in the vicinity of Boones- Â¬ Inauguration which will be held Monday No Time Lost Nich small sweet easily taken and do not J B WILLIS P Jr and Tuesday April 29 and 30 for this Wednesday the guests of friends gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ Mr Tobe Hacket has finished a new re- Â¬ Mr S H Stone was out on his farm borough that the fort stood at the precise occasion the Kentucky Central Railway olasville Democrat spot on the river bank that is to this day tion Druggist sidence near Red House and his brother the other day and passed near a house in will sell round trip tickets at the exceed- Â¬ Houses For Rent Jake completed one several weeks ago which a colored woman lives He heard pointed out as the site of the first perman- Â¬ ingly low rate 1 RELIGIOUS The only positive Cure for Chicken of2i75 or 1815 in party a baby crying and asked Uie old woman ent fort erected In Kentucky The seven of Round trip tickets will be on sale Cholera yet discovered is Ganlera ob- Â¬ It would occur to the most casual 25 who sat in the door whose child that was sycamore trees about the two springs and April 25th 27th and 28th and will be The Catholic church was decorated and Chicken Cholera Cure It has never server that there is at least a slight interfort were ancient ones in Mr Thompsons Enquire of WIGGINS It She said it was her daughters How good to return any time until May 8th held services on Easter day failed but perchance it should It will Â¬ est in the coming election for representadays and he had no doubt that old is it r was asked Born yesterday earliest Eld II T Wilson of Versailles has cost you nothing It is guaranteed by tive they along with many others that have For further information call on or address morning was the answer Hows its Stockton Brooks gone to Europe for the summer It passed away furnished shade for the pion- Â¬ F B Carr was further asked Mr J T Estill has left at this office mother Oh shes eers and occasionly a cover for skulking The State Railroad Commission visit- Â¬ Elder A J Tribble of this county was Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all specimens of the Dent Indian corn from getting along all right she is out on the Indians ed Lancaster last week and heard num recently elected pastor of the Buckeye prices from the plainest to the finest at Indian Territory Also sample of early place gathering wild greens was the quiet Contract to build two houses lowest The subject of our sketch was a born erous complaints of exorbitant freight Baptist church in Garrard county 45- Bkeck Phelps reply Who was the doctor Mr garden com bidder Apply to Dr Evans for plans fisherman and caught more large fish than rates charged by the Kentucky Central Stone inquired No doctor at all said Elder Jas A Harding of Winchester 44- Itoad horses trotters and runners etc any man who ever lived on Kentucky against Lancaster Among the com- Â¬ John Taylor has closed out hk goods the old woman we fixed it up ourselves will shortly hold a debate at Nashville shod in any desired I have Â¬ and rented hk house to Fife maimer Duncan The whole world evidently does not move River In the long ago when he lived in plaints was one that from Jellico to StanTenn with Rev J B Moody of the just received an extra lot of four year butchers They received their new fur- Â¬ in the same circumscribed the Dooley bottoms a mile or two above ford a distance of 90 miles only seven channel Baptkt church old second growth timber for repairing niture yesterday Boonesborough he caught two fish that cents per hundred is charged while from AH work guar Â¬ Two Five Room Cottages in Pa- Â¬ Rev C J Wingate will preach in the all kinds of wagous Hi together weighed one hundred and three Stanford to Lancaster only eight miles A Sensible Man Jailor Maupin has had the trees in the pounds and at another time caught one five cents per hundred is charged The Episcopal church at Ashland Ky to Â¬ anteed at the very lowest prices Shop rishs addition with plank walk from Main street Apply to court house yard white washed and the The following is from the Winchester that weighed sixty five pounds This last Commission having heard the testimony day being in attendance with the Lex- Â¬ back of Brookss drug store Geo H Myers or grass swept off and it k now the handsom- Â¬ Sun Respectfully one was tied to a tree and for days peo- Â¬ took the case under consideration and ington Concation 37- ms agent 8 D Parrish est court house yard in Kentucky Oh yes we knew all about the water ple crowded see it Sfebly S L M1DKIFF to The old man was a went home The Commission has been United States Marshal Burchett of works man being here and that a fran- Â¬ Mr Sam Rice has begun the brick chise had been granted to build a street fine rifle shot and a squirrels eye in the several years getting hold of this case and Kentucky has appointed hk brother-in-laGovenor McCreary Pride ot Rich Â¬ top of the tallest tree had no sort of show Â¬ wiH probably be a long time in disposing work on a handsome residence to be erect Â¬ Rev CJ Howes pastor of Wesly mond Old Oold and filuegrass Belle railway These remarks were made in ing for escape He liked a good stiff tod- of It ed by Mrs Samuel Bennett Sr of Fox Chapel Louisville chief clerk flour at Bouanza Roller Mills answer to a man who wanted to know dy occasionally though never drank to town on Main Street in thk place ABE AGENTS FOR THE 41- E Forman Sov why we didnt have something about these excessand Rev Mr Wilson of Spartanburg S Messrs Jas Hodgkin J L Brown and couldnt get along well without Rev Mr WHson of Spartanburg S matters in the Sun last week For the a chew of home spun tobacco He was T G Calmes commissioners appointed to C occupied the pulpit in the First Pres- Â¬ All persons indebted to Wallace As a hair dressing aud renovator y assess the damages for the of byterian church last Sunday morning and C has accepted the call to the pastorate benefit of those who wondered why we a genial man had may friends and Ayera Hair Vigor Is universally com- Rice prior to January 1st 1S89 will always the Kentucky Union from this city to the evening and also on Monday evening of the First Presbyterian church of thk didnt have something about water works voted the Democratic ticket mended It eradicates dandruff cures pleaecall at once and settle Those Fayette county line have reported the city subject to the action of the Presby Â¬ and street railways we say that we and Elder Mat Campbells church in Rich- Â¬ eruptions of the scalp invigorates and failing to do so hy the 1st day of May Mrs S Callie Gay 7 9 10 following every body else is tired of being talked to tery mond colored Baptists has seven hundred beautifies the hair and prevents its 1SS9 will find their accounts in the The Mailroad Bond Muddle- death about these matters As soon as a acres of land taken the value of which and thirty five members Elder Campbell fading or turning gray It hands ot an officer for collection This Judge L M Hacker a native of Breath Â¬ street railway will pay one will be built In the County Court of Claims on last was placed at 1440 with 3810 as dam Â¬ has been thirteen years Moderator of the notice means precisely what it says itt county and relative of Mr Theodore for there is lots of capital ready to build it Thursday a motion was made to elect a ages besides I C N P and Sol Van The Finest Laundry Vorl la dono 41 45 Hacker of thk place is the Democratic and we will tell you in time for you to get trustee to receive and hold the bonds of meter 7 3 10 acres consumed the value of Association to which his church belongs by the Kentucky Steam Laundry at Wahace Rice candidate for Mayor of Leavenworth out of the way of the cars Water works Madkon county amounting to 250000 which was placed at 750 and damages to Easter Sunday was duly observed by Losington Call at BRIGHTS and Kan yes bring on your water works The for the stock subscribed by the county to the amount of 4220 allowed Judge C the Episcopal church in this place The leavo a trial order 45 48 B R R until such bonds S French 2 9 10 acres valued at 6oo church was exquisitely decorated with Mr Taylor Rice calk the attention of Commercial Club k busy investigating the R N I A Lady In Texas Writes Special mention should with 196 as incidental damages Mrs choice flowers the owners of jennets and mares to his means and ways as we announced two shall be turned over to said railroad My case Is of long standing has County Judge Chenault presiding M H French 10 3 10 acres worth 1500 be made of the massive cross of Marechal announcement of Jumbo an excellent weeks ago and just as soon as something have tried feasible k found we will tell you Until stated to the Court of Claims that it was with 5974 as damages Nathan McDon- Â¬ NielJ roses and the floral wreath more baffled many pbysicans jack that stands at 20 and 10 to insure somebody does something we are certain Â¬ his prerogative as County Judge to ap- Â¬ ald 2 29 100 acres valued at 250 with than two hundred and fifty feet long every remedy I could hear of but a colt point the trustee and that he meant to ap- Â¬ 1638 damages Mrs E T Prewitt 5 2F around the room Bradfields Female Regulator is all Why pay 140 to 150 per gallon ly going to give the people a rest Extra shipping cattle at Cincinnati yes point Mr Thomas D ChenaulL The 100 acres value 520 and damages placed Ky April 20th 18S9 that relieved me Richmond terda3 for cheap mushy paint made 410 to 420 extra fat steers gentleman making the motion insisted on at 3 475 Winchester Democrat Write The Bradfleld Reg Co Atlan- Â¬ A Relic Presented The County To the Christian Churches of Madison 390 to 1 4 good feeders and stockers ta Ga 42 45 of Barrytus Benzine and On Saturday Col James W Caperton the motion being put to the Court of 85 to 190 Lambs V have and Estill Counties Greeting 385 o St- - Hogs B and L C The R N I 45- First Street Oldest Clothing House in Richmond presented to the County Court a relic Claims and nominated Col James W a case before County Judge W B Benton other cheap stuff that S 4 43 Advice to Mother Dear Brethren Grace mercy and Caperton for trustee Judge Chenault Mrs WnsuWs Soothiso Sxbct shonlil ahrari that will be appreciated by the people of V made a mr peace be with you at Irvine The L C bo used when children era cutting tetth It re Mr John Thorpe Deputy county clerk this county It was a chair that was noted an exception on the record The IS NO GOOD FOR PAINTING once produces vey long the river bank near the mouth 1 The spring meeting of Christian lieTtithe little mSereratcherubitawakes as natural quiet sleep and th little bright was taken painfully ill with inflammation made for Col Samuel Estill and was used name of Mr Thomas D Chenault was of Cow Creek at a point barely wide churches in Madison and Estill counties as a button It Is Terr pleasant to taste It PURPOSES of the stomach on last Thursday and is yet by him for many years during the latter also placed before the Court of Claims soothes the child softens the gums allays all pain enough for one road to pass will be held with the church at Speedregulate the bowels andis the beat known remedy confined to bed Mr J H Hagan k fill- Â¬ part of hk life It was a plain hickory There being no further nominations when you can buy any of the or- Â¬ for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or B made a survey well in Madkon county on Friday and The R N I other causes Twenty flTe cents a bottle ing hk place split bottom chair fully four feet wide Judge Chenault proceeded to put the vote through the same gap and proceeded to Saturday before dinary color of the fourth Lords Day and Col Caperton was elected by a vote 60 Mr J A Higgins sold publicly on Sat- Â¬ Col Estill sat in thk when he was bap- Â¬ buy the land and secured all except ten in May tized in Muddy Creek by Rev Mr Bal of 13 to 5 urday fifteen shares of First National Bank 2 It is urgently requested that each HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT After adjournment of the Court of twelfths which belongs to non residents stock Mr Wa M Irvine bought five lew of the Baptist church in 1S25 He and probable minors congregation In the two counties shall be Cannot go hand in hand if we look on pounds at the time and it Claims Judge Chenault proceeded to shares at 14350 and Mr T J Smith weighed 444 The L C k V then swore out an in- Â¬ represented by one or more delegates who the dark side of every little obstacle took four tout men to lift htm into the carry out his intention previously made junction against the R N I five shares at 14225 and five at 141 B to will be heartily welcomed by the meeting Nothing will so darken lifo and make mm water The sketch of hk life as prepared known to the Court of Claims and apPope has received a letter by hk kinsman Col J W Caperton hast Â¬ pointed Mr Thomas D Chenault as trus- Â¬ prevent its passage through the gap and These delegates should be there prompt it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers Mr P M asked the court to condemn the land in ly at the beginning of the meeting Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst from a friend at hk old home MHford ily writtengives many incidents of interest tee gap for the use of the L C V 3 We have reundertaken the work of form ot Dyspepsia STRICTLY PURE AT Friday morning when the Court of the Constipation and Bracken county stating that the entire in the life of thk lemarkable man He The case came up before judge Benton evangelizing the counties of Madison and Indigestion and make life a happiness town was burned including twenty three died in 1837 at the age of about 90 years Claims re assembled Col Caperton pre- Â¬ on Monday of last week The L C Estill and we very earnestly ask your and pleasure bouses Sold at 25 and 50 cents The loss was about 100000 and at his own request was buried on the sented a bond for 500000 signed by V admitted that it had not gone to work heartiest co operation in this good work by W G White Prescription Drug- Â¬ himself and by John BennetL A T Cumberland mountains near the Tennes Â¬ Mr Richard Campbell of Wheeling 4 The success of our next meeting will gist ChenaulL H B Dillingham W M Ir- Â¬ in earnest in Estill county and that it brother of Miss Jessica Campbell this see line After the presentation of the vine A R Burnam C F Bumam H C had no money with which to build the largely determine the nature of our futuie Mixed with Pure Linseed Oil on a in to have sent two men work We need your assistance to make place has been appointed confidential chair and the reading of the sketch of his Hargis J P Simmons and N I desire to sell or exchange for a Lend and Zinc Basis with such Jones and road It claimed life by Col Caperton County Attorney clerk to Commissioner of Internal Rev- Â¬ the meeting successful Madison county Farm a Farm at Her- asked the Court to pass upon it Judge to Europe to negotiate a sale of L C coloring matter as is necessary to enue Mason Washington City at a salary Sullivan made a well timed and eloquent Chenault refused to entertain the propo- Â¬ V Bonds The records of the county 5 In order that we may employ an rlngtou Dickinson county Kan A response and the court ordered the sketch clerks office do not contain any mortgage evangelist at the convention and put him great bargain produce the various shades of col- Â¬ of 1400 Call on spread upon the records together with sition stating that he had appointed Mr from the L C V to any one for any into the field at once it is hoped and earn Â¬ ors all of the very best quality by C T Black at titrlngtown Thomas D Chenault Dr L J Frazee one of the medical suitable resolutions estly requested that each congregatiou R R Camp the same formula that I have 44 47 At noon when the Court of Claims ad- Â¬ purpose board of pension Examiners which board The case was partially heard and con- Â¬ will send delegates prepared to make journed Judge ChenaulL in the capacity by the way has not yet been removed Mdlle Bredelli If you want a Handsome Parlor rjuit used for over 20 years in my busi- Â¬ pledges to sustain this work If your of County Judge was tendered the bond tinued has received from Washington within the A promised addressed communication of Mr Thomas D Chenault who with Judge Benton can now decide in favor congregation docs not sufficiently under- Â¬ go to the Furniture Palace of Collins a ness as a practical painter past week thirty six orders for examina Â¬ 44 53 was handed to Mdlle Bredelli on last his V and thereby force the stand the work or is not prepared to Hagan bondsmen W T Tevis June Walker of the L C tion of applicants for pensions Dr Phil GEO M WILLGING B to go to the right of Irvine make a pledge at the convention send RNI Saturday by Mrs Shelby Irvine and Roberts and Dr C C Smith have receiv Â¬ J Stone Walker John B Walker David Go to the Furniture Palace in the Mdlle Bredellis pupils tendering her a Decorator in Paint and Paper Chenault TJ Curtis Joe Collins S P by six or eight miles and leave the town your delegates anyhow and they will be New Hotel for Furolture and Carpets ed their Commissions as for the new testimonial benefit to take place about We need their pray- Â¬ Board RossJ W Maupin D W Irvine James without a road or decide in favor of the heartily welcomed 32 31 Cincinnati prices guaranteed 44 53 tlie middle of May Mdlle Bredelli has BennetL and N B Terr ill was B and give Irvine a road ers their presence and their counsel present R N I G W B accepted and will take charge of the mus Â¬ and signed the bond and 6 Send by your delegate a statistical it was aceepted within a year Lalora Cash Store is a regular Mar- Â¬ These inkiak stand for Berkley Guth- Â¬ ical programme The event promises to by Judge Chenault Of course the Judge will decide the letter telling the number of members and ket House for Fresh Canned Corn rie Watson the extensive and reliable be very interesting The operetta the Upon the re assembling of the Court case on its meritsbut if his decision should officers how often you meet for service Tomatoes Peas and all kinds of Green dry goods firm in Lexington Read what Crown of Virtue will be given The of Claims in the afternoon a motion was knock the town out of a road the excited the state of your Sunday school and how Vegetables and Fruits 44 17 following ladies and gentlemen will take they have to say in to days Climax populace will knock him out of town often it meets the name of your preach- Â¬ made to entertain the proposed bond of Miss Campbell Mrs Shelby Ir part er and how often he preaches Pastnrage For Cows Grass and water jTs the Col Caperton and when Judge Chenault vine Mrs Ida Moberley Muses Minnie amounts raised by your congregation for abundant Apply to THIN COLUMN decided that the Court of Claims had no These letters do not stand for John Smith Grace Hart Maggie Willmore 44- DR QWEVANS home work and mission work and any Smith thk time but for Jim Stoufier a Mary Forman Sudie Russell Lizzie Ben- Â¬ jurisdiction over the matter the Court of A sweet prospect is what an ex Â¬ other items which will be of interest to Claims adjourned for ten minutes and man nearly as well and as widely known nett Mattie McDowell Bessie McDowell change calls the probable building of a the convention WE CAN AND DO as the noted Mr Smith Mr Stoufier Jane McDowell Bessie Crow Bessie Judge Chenault sitting as County Judge sugar refinery An excellent program of exercises will Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it heard the motion He stated that Mr AND will be found in full bloom in another part Miller Ramsey Kyle Julia Higgins Chenaults Bond had been accepted and Wanamaker gives a postmastership soon be published and copies forwarded has been fnlly demonstrated to the peo- Â¬ of to days Climax Bettie Arnold Messrs Higgins Thomas therefore he could not accept another away with every suit of clothes sold It to your congregation Do what you can ple of this country that it Is superior to Moberley Adair Palmer W L Arnold The proper to arouse an enthusiasm in your church ail other preparations for blood diseas Â¬ CB exceptions were noted of beats the Waterbury watch scheme 0 T E Arnold D M Sweets and be certain that it is represented at es It is a postlve cure for syphilitic record and the case stands ready for ap- Â¬ Crooke Bennett Urmston tell you A colored man has attracted great at- Â¬ the May meeting Miss Bettie Arnold returned from Bos- Â¬ peal to the Common Pleas Court in June tention poisoning Ulcers Erustions and Pim Â¬ eke where in to days paper what they ton last week in Anderson county by making it where she had spent two W L Crutcher Judge Chenault stated that during the ples It purifies the whole system and have and invite you to call on them terms in the New known that he does not swear drink J Committee England Conservatory canvass of the county pending THE NEW AND ELEGANT J W Prather the elec Â¬ thoroughly builds up the constitu- Â¬ They are a firm of Hye young men who of C P Williamson Music Mdlle Bredelli called on her tion by which Madison county subscribed whisky or chew tobacco tion Sold by W G White prescrip Â¬ keep up with the advancing times and Monday heard her sing and says that Miss the Fred Douglas was caught robbing a B Skin Cancer you cannot fail to be pleased with their Arnold has an tion druggist 250000 In stock to the R N I excellent voice well train R R Mr Thomas D Chenault who bank in Minneapolis on last Tuesday and selections Swifts Specific has cured a cancer ed was opposed to voting the subscription k now in jail Like John Smith there on my face aud baa almost made a If you have not tried any of our var- Â¬ WBWhite ious brands of flour do so at once and asserted that there was danger of the seems to be more than one Fred Douglas young man of me Back Combs Killed be convinced that you can net as good county not getting the road even after de The corner clothier of Richmond Mr Jim Hatchett of Frankfort has been ap- Â¬ Wacissa Fla T J Teate A gentleman from Breathitt county in livering over the bonds to the Railroad pointed Indian agent The Indians have flour at home and at as low prices as W B White corner Main and First A servant has been afflicted many you can anywhere else streets breaks fourth in to days issue of The Climax office yesterday said that Company for instance some careless a rep for being well up on hatchets he was in the town of Jackson the county trustee might be appointed who would They probably caught the idea from years with a cancer on her nose which 41- E Forsian Son The Climax See what he lias to say and profit by it Mr While has been in seat of Breathitt on Wednesday night of deliver the bonds to the company without George who was first in hatchets and sev- Â¬ resisted all treatment She has been Many Persons cured entirely by Swifts Specific the business here for years and if you last week and George Spencer of Mont- Â¬ the proper safeguards Judge ChenaulL eral other things Are broken down from OTenrork or household Thomson Ga Jno Hill NO WHEBE FiHD A MORE PLEASI HG D1SPUY YOU know him you are away behind the gomery county shot and killed Buck to quiet all fears on that point said there dont Browns Iron Bitters Two tough fellows were fooling with a Combs one of the worst men in all East- Â¬ and then that he Judge Chenault would rebuild tbe crttem aids dlsesllon removes ex Â¬ times Swifts Specific has cured my cancer cess of bile and cares malaria Get the Genuine ern Kentucky Spencer was in the store appoint him Mr Thomas D ChenaulL revolver at ML Vernon and one of them which was very bad I am now In Kirks rille Fair Hargis Bros and Combs fired five trustee to receive and hold the bonds was accidentally shot The Signal pub- Hue health never better Have gain Â¬ of ooo Pianos and Organs at your own price lished at that town calmly suggests that 0AtL AND EXAMINE FOR YOUR OWN SATISFACTION The Kirksvilie Fair held its annual shots into the store with a repeating rifle whenever the time should come so to do 44 53 twenty five pounds since I began at Collins Hagana such accidents should continue to happen ed All of which are of the Latest Â¬ Spencer fired at Combs with a shot gun and in compliance with that announce Â¬ election on Saturday Mr Waller Benn taking Swifts Specific ett of Silver Creek was elected Presi Â¬ loaded with nine buckshot and five of ment made to Mr Chenault at the time at short intervals Flour R S Bradford The editor of the Farmers Home Journ- Â¬ dent and Mr J B Walker of Kirksvilie them entered Combs body killing him he made the appointmenL Tiptonviile Tenn At the Bonanza Roller Mills you It was elected Secretary The time fixed instantly Col Caperton says that he does not al is evidently not a sailor According to will find such choice brands of flour as Uely Competition Tho Stoaa Laundry at Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Pride of The Hargis Bros are brothers of Mr care so much for the position of trustee as his idea of a crew as gathered from the for holding the Fair k July 26th and 27th --AT THE SAME TIME- or the last Friday and Saturday in that John Hargis a student in Central Univer Â¬ he does for the unsolicited honor conferred subjoined paragraph an ordinary passen Â¬ Losiatoiij Ky does Tsottor work Richmond and Governor McCreary any othor laundry In proof cf 41- month The Board of Directors will be sity who boards at Mr J D Dykess E Forman Sonupon him by the Court of Claims and to ger steamer should carry about 7000 than tills call at S 2 BEXGETS and see Combs shot and wonded Mr Hiram show hk appreciation of the high compli- passengers He says selected at the next regular meeting and 45 43 Flour meal bran and ship stuff at The steamer Danmark was found in samples the usual excellent exhibition and other- Â¬ Jett now a resident of this county some ment he endeavored to have hk bond Bonanza Boiler Mills Richmond Ken- Â¬ years ago He also killed a young man which was also unsolicited accepted by mid ocean some days ago abandoned by wise attractive Fair wftl be given The only single apron binder on the WE ALSO HAVE E Forman So named Taulbee a cousin of Hon Pre5 the Court and the case duly entered of her crew and in a badly damaged con- market is manufactured by Walter A tucky Lecture dition No tidings of her crew have been Wood aud for sale by Taulbee Both of these shootings occur record for an appeal to a higher court A CHILD KILLED THEHAHDSOMESTHEARSE Dr Williu of Louisville will not ed within a few steps of where Combs 35- docs not say who shall appoint received and it is feared the whole seven The law Bkeck Ss Phelps OUR STOCK IS NEW AND KEPT UP TO THE REQUIREMENTS Another child killed by the use of lecture Thursday night for the Y M C was killed hundred have perished the trustee The charter says The opiates given in the form of Soothing Ever brought to Richmond OF THIS EXACTING AGE and A as announced last week but will SAT Jerry Little a brother in law of Combs County Judge shall order that the bonds syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ are prepared to attend to all Un Â¬ The exhausted and drowsy feellugs lecture on May 2nd and 3rd Under the killed Curtis Jett brother of Hiram Jett shall be deposited with a trustee or trust 3 Pope lias your folks taat dren such a deadly poison la surprising dertaking in the best style and in common to spring time Indicate an Soil auspices of the Y M C A of C U above mentioned and of Mr Stephen Jett company provided that said trustee or impure and sluggish condition of the baovol Us HaroVwre Store to tho when tbey can relieve the child of its any part of the county DP-A-ZFIEIand the Christian church of this place also of this county Combs was under bond trust company before receiving the bonds largo stexo rcoa next door to Post peculiar trpubles bynsing Ackers Baby R blood which may be remedied by the The lecture will be delivered at the in the sum of 6000 at the time he was shall give bond with good security to be Ofaco All right I it Soother It contains no Opium or gfFWa solicit yonr patronage use of Ayera Sareaparllla of every grade furnished at surprisingly low prices It is the ChtUUan church beginning at 8 p m killed Combss brother shot and killed approved by the County Judge Sold by W G White satisfied that ve can please you most powerful and at the same time Go to Jack Freemans and sea tlie Morphine Dr Wfflits k a popular lecturer with our circuit clerk Cardwell cousin of Mrs Sam both in goods and prices most economical blood purifier kuown Terra Cotta Shoes and Slippers for Prescription Druggist people and k one of the most entertain Â¬ Fox recently of thk county That tired feeling and loss of appetite 45- Misses aud Children GREENLEAF BUCHANAN 1 ing speakers on the American platform It will be seen that the Combses are a are entirely overcome by Hoods Sur- - It is simply wonderful that Pope cau The Terra Cotta Shoes and Slippers lj UU1II1UH VU UUULUlVilj Main St East of First All should hear him Do not lose the hard set of fellows and Buck is said to saparilla the peculiar medicine Try sell goods so cheaply Call next door Uo to Lalors Taeh Store for Grocer at Jack Freemans are simply ele Â¬ 4C golden opportunity Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky 41- have been by far the worst pill ihthe box I It and see lee 44 17 45- gant It to Pofct offloe One of The Oldest Gone son-in-laÂ¬ sick-headac-- The Semi Monthly Excursions 6f the And always have a bottle of Ackers Queen dCrexcenl Route Mill continues English Remedy In the house You to be a populnr feature nf tills line can ntit tell bow soon Croup may These excursions nre equipped with strike your lit tie due or a Cold or cough Tourist Sleeping Cars and families may fasten Itself upon yoif One dose going to their new home find llilsn is a preventive and a few doses a post comfortable route nml the cost uf a live cure All Throat and Lung troubles berth In these sleepers Is but nominal yield to its treatment A sample bot Â¬ they are supplied wiili Matresses Pil tle is given you free ami the Remedy lows Blankets and Sheets but one guaranteed by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ change is necessary and that at New tion Druggist Orleans in the morning To the pleas Â¬ WHOLESALE ure seeker the delights of a trip over this route is all that can be desired by Lime Cement the counoloetir of scenic effect This route is through the Blue Glass Region Celebrated Home of Kentucky over tbu famous High Btead Fertilizers in car- Â¬ Bridge spanning the Kentucky River load received along tbn shofo of the Hmory River trade supplied Lookout Mountain Round the base of Prices through the cotton Ileitis of Alabama and Mississippi to New Orleans where JOHN Q TAYLOR connection is made with the overland 41- 200 Main Street cxpriss Fur further Information ad dress D G Edwakds G P TA Lalor buys Country Produce Haga 42- Cincinnati O and Iron 44 17 Call on P M Pope next door to Post office and see the celebrated all steel Deerlng twiue Binder it is a daisy this Remaining unclaimed in the Post Ofllce at Richmond Ky week ending year It Â¬ JUST ARRIVED OUR SECOND STOCK OP Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods Salt the AND TRUNKS FOE THE SFEIETG AND SUMMER ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN lots just and Lowest at Â¬ LETTERS Suits Hats Underwear and Flannel Shirts Having bought late we can sell them at I few ich Less Than Former Prices the largest man b 11 e have all sizes from the smallest boy to TO LET y it e e d 3 FOR JRENT Childrens Suits and Shirt Waists ever opened in Richmond We have Shirt Waists in summer flannel chevoit percal etc See our elegant line of WE Call and see our line More you buy Mothers will find the Handsomest Line of 8 ir r P Â¬ PAY UP HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS LAIEST RGHAHT see be eil lis right-of-wa- Â¬ TAIL11 HOUSE MIXED PITS in this country Large line of Samples from which we make SUITS TO ORDER and guarantee a fit at from 815 up We are agents for a large Trunk and Valise House and can sell them at less than city prices Call and see our goods and prices before you buy at BR Jno all at is lor en- - at STOUFFERS r Â¬ BEAUTIFUL OF THE bt It y or 3 J e iers all jkI WILLGINGS Â¬ MIXED PAINTS 125 Per Gallon Finest Falrics9m tlie Latest Styles AJSD you r as of 7 j oan tea the lab ad Greatest Profusion AT f are ROt lp- - eer- - 7 U ecao-- CROOKE BEMETTURMSTOFS FUMITORE Sees WD When you buy furniture purchase Silks Sateens Ginghams and Calicoes Cottons Laces NEW GOODS from the large stock now in our Warerooms Ribbons Veilings Gloves LATEST DESIGNS Chamber Suits Handkerchiefs Collars and Cuffs 1 L Â¬ Parlor Suits Chairs Â¬ Wardrobes Sideboards Directoire Parasol IN DRESS GOODS CH Extension Tables uinmg roum quiuj Racks Bed room Suits Â¬ M vSaSp5aud rmtS E HAVE the LATEST and the BEST Ir Zoatay I - UNDERTAKING M REASONABLE PRICES Â¬ J r WALL B It i vuy---- j a yigiTjpfyrr--y- s -- 9ww W IV r -- - f BLAINES BAD l EGALITE Tbrec-Year-eid REdSn r in H I iltj In 18S8 unil both Hakes at same Jitace iu 1884 imtkinc hs reomil of 233 in a jog Btr4 bv Egbert Hre cf Emma paner KsHWHtt 2281 Superior 2251 Bewwfaetwr 4 year oM 22fc Illinois Wtaner f the iHgttw Ky Fair Cscerd233f Make at Lex Kskert ire of dun by thetkini of UkMierS17 Atexamtors Km mau utre of Lula 215 My Queen 230 hu1 the diiras Nor Iwt riaiM by tjaneUwIiige Chief Si 3l -- 2s9fl KaitlM 22 Banner Boy 2251 Alice Addi NX 2 27L and Red Jim 2 Egbert by RjMijks HamWeliHiluu Imb by Mt eiKT Dnroc and he by imh MwMvm i20 Fanny ltuUinnn r tf nb h sjh aeiiiMi Although iMtve 4 htm t uesl but few eoltt he is Mre f MOALltE is a wrv rieti chestnut Hrri 19 hawfe 1 i itches high mimI weighs over 13OT poutMk He is tlie UneM Jmrae ever fii in thfci county either Iwmesj His oolHnll tmnliie 1 oh le Hbs rreord is mo indieatfou of hie M trot cloe to 220 at a He tfufed tucky f lb bet tlree-yer-eW- s in Ken Â¬ trained i- - Ike bsUMttesi hias feetefet aul Mr Henry Truynor who lie Rattiest liorse lie ever wnhigSueJeS His Appointment to a ICch OfTlce an Im pdenmcat of National HanoitT After Mr James G Blaine had boen 80 sun struck as to stop the investiga- Â¬ tion of his methods of securing monoj while Speaker of the House of Rspro sentative3 he retired to Augusta and when on attempt was made to resume the investigation his physician IL H Hill telegraphed What hr needs is absolute rest To that opinion wo hold now Whn no malice toward Mr Blaine wo must tell the truth about him as long as he insists on taking public office for which he is unfit He noods absolute rest and repentance Mr Blaines record is too long for review here It Oils Many pagos that shame the American people with in- Â¬ disputable ovidenco of the Venality ot a man trusted in many high trusts and falso to them all Though wo can not review the record in a single arti Â¬ cle it Is our duty when ho is given the helm of a National administration by Tills powder never varies A marvel of the party of which he is representa parity Mrrugh and wliolesomenpss More econoraic il than the ordiuary kinds and tive to reve t briefly in protest la ran not befuild in competition with the mul Â¬ some of the more talient points of his titudes ot low le t Miort weight nlum and Career Initially Wo extract the fol- Â¬ Sold only In cans pbopbate powders Huyal bakiso Powder Co 100 Vnll street lowing f rbm the New York Tribune 21 30 w York id which it appeared editorially on September 28 1872 tr Absolutely Pure Â¬ Mi show him throwing stone Into Presi Â¬ dent Harrisons back yard Chicago Tribune Ex President Cleveland may be sure that he carries with him Into pri vate life an earnest assurance of pub lic respect for the honesty of hU pur posos for tho patriotism ef ills ira1 pulsed and for the cleanliness of his administration It would bo unjust In this hour to deny that his record as President has been courageous self respecting and possessed of a dignity beyond the level of his party Hail and Philfarewell to you M- - Cleveland adelphia Press Rep Mr Albert O Porter exGov ornor of Indiana has boen appointed Minister Of the United States to Italy The job Is rather a soft thing for a person who dosircs a season of leisure with a fair salary j but it is one of tho sedaudtate missions and Mr Porter who thought himself an available candidate for tho Presidency a year ago might bo justified In hesitating He is a thor about Its acceptance ough Republican however arid Of that variety of tho species few decline any thing that is offered Chicago Globe fxfi -- i -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ popular If he condemned the pay-ment of tribute to Caw as unlawful j former Ben Ilmrrlson he would render himself liable to col- When President Cleveland had boon lido with the Roman authorities loss than a month in ofSce the ques Â¬ The Nazorene however was easily tion of appointing General Pearsons equal to tho occasion said Dr Board- successor In the New York postmaster man nnd quoting from St Matthews ship Was Very pressing and It was Sood account Christs demand to seo this announced that Postmaster Pearson had tribute money Why tempt ye me ye been reappointed to that important hypocrites Show me tho tribute Federal office Commenting on this money he added and they brought announcement in its issue of April 1 unto him a penny a denarius and 1885 the New York Tribune said hero said the speaker holding up n The reappointment of Tostmaster Pearson small silver coin iu full view of his general satisfaction to those citliaas who Stves Is the denarius The coin care for efficiency in that branch or tho public audlenco service here It satisfies the public because it is worth some sixteen cents in modern it a good thing in itself boeause Mr Pearson specie The interest attaching to it Is one of many Republican officials who have arises from its bearing on the obverse proVed so conspicuously fit that their removal oawbatever groilnd and rrespeclive of the the bust and on tho revorso the figure personal merit of any who may b selected ifl of tho thrortcd Caisar of the Savloura the r teadwoiildbo a positive detriment td the time Somewherd between A D H publltl service Such an appointment Is of Course to bo commended most heartily as a and 37 that littlo silver plaque was good thing In itself In Itself this ap Btamped with tho Image and super polntment is admirablo Mr IearioaS tinquestoncd and superior fitness renders his scription of tho great Tlbcrius Ca5sar MR ClvU Servica Be form Be- Â¬ PEARSON BOUNCED as Fraetlce I by l nuwa m0 io when one of the schoo girls cu t an nJuT tSereeli lEHTiCIf CQLTUL B 1 maao a wjurniquui iwu ri bleeding until tho doctor came You havo saved hor life child he How did you learn how to do said T rSk -- BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Qwidest Kusste from C a tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and Stttth viest I saw It la a book sho said She pored over books modestly which taught of tho caro of the houso children or tho sick Theso things sho I am a dunce but could remember I may bo of some little use sho As timo passed her quick observa-Â¬ tion hor tact and kindly sympathy made Susan a practical usoful woman and gave her a charm of manner which gathered about her hosts of friends Ixsna was always showy superficial As sho grow older sho and helpless missed tho applause which had fol- Â¬ lowed hor In youth and grow bitter and Ill tempered Wo give this sketch of two real char- Â¬ acters for tho boneflt of girl readers who bocauso they httvo mediocre abilities as scholars begin to fear that they havo but a low mean part to play In life- - The alert tender domestic woman full of tho homely wisdom which enables her to be helpful to the body and soul of all who come near her Is one of tho most useful of Gods ministers In tho world Youths Com- Â¬ panion T i FULL OF FUN It FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Trt TrtTiTiTir Xino bo two cxi SOUTH BOUND ClBeiniiatL Lve nvitgtti Lve Fal month Le CyHlhlaHtt Arr l arts Arr Lexlmsfrw Partti Arr Winchester Cincinnati BxStiB Km a MC4A Schedule in Effect March 1st 1S89 thought Ke2 D Cincinnati Â¬ retention In office the clear duty of a Pres -dent who means tb improve and not IS degrade- tho public iervicei WINDOWS CHARACTER Biographical ncmlnlscenres of Om or the Cabinet Uoodlors Is He will make tin was of 1 889 at Jnlm B feemtiitVplaee 1 miles InHn Ittciitnond w LexiiiKioii Ke at 35 SO aBUH3 A LIVING 0QL7 Mwey rftH when mitre is wrtel with For run down debilitated and overworked jlber le le wilt i foaled women Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is VJQAIATS b- - ihvw h season the best of all restorative tonics It is a potent JVsr tee and Chronic tbH 5W Vtt in unlf r li give Specific for all thoseWomen aWeaknesses genpowerful peculiar to iM mm nHtuiii3 lo cvf hi upe Diseases well as uterine tonic and nervine it as lbril m a Hie ur Uvc placet his eral vigor and strength to the whole system imparts MbiM tin t MYiee h4i of alt thi It promptly cures weakness of stomacbnnuwa Â¬ nervous pros bloating iile 1 Â¬ j err lose let jj4 k J ltke j ber ym cm wrf jm Imt Itt llw of tlninjtoMk- service will we llie - lfrr W hIih Hurts Aw-id-it- brettlt k iv s iiiimI gra ii i sty ibly mak a mi liim If uu dont hMI jrt a hor e tiiat h Uiy tfici Mt IU cetitH thi tration debility and sleeplessness in either sex It is carefully compounded by an experienced teafcrestHHi weak back physician and adapted to womans delicate organization Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition of the system rk 4rf- - JXO B eHies CHEXArXTCO or Warranted Hon is the by druggists for women sold under a posture cuur at ovnere antes of satisfaction In every case or price guarantee has per - roToroc only medicine rrcicrip AHTSE5 GHIGKEN 1X0 refunded been This printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully many years carried out for For lftnre illustrated Treatise on Diseases of Women 160 pages with full directions for home treatment send ten cento in stamps Address Worlds DtsPEKSART medical Association 663 Main Street Buffalo N 1 25 24 The entr es show that it was asslc ed to him o secure the ratification of the smoflE other D awyre and Puttawatomle treafes and thB of a 1 II in Cooirt Mr BlaiDs rec pasice ord la regard to ra Iway matters rrow darker as It Is exam n d lie Las neviryet gTen nny explanatten of h s conduct in poddllng stock In the Fort Smith Little Rock railroad among h s neighbors In Maine lie has now an oppor- Â¬ tunity to rise In a i explanation of his extensive opeatlons la Union Pae fie E D stock It be neoey bit n-- t hote he hat become d LJ1hM Cqrcmane pay f ciiMifi pit ltd ofthe out iiiiUl ciinlryto hvtnttt of ha tnote how the Stmtr of the Ilout bflt pretenti titet came iit thie t ich raitcvy tpetulatlm There a great row in the Repub- Â¬ If Speaker Dlaln thinks he has effectually iquelchod the Cred t Mobiller scandal by his lican camp over the selection of Wln pompous deslal he may fl id netr exortfse foi dom as Secretary of tho Treasury his peculiar talents In that drcct on in the story which we print to day In thn course ot Ho has had only a nominal residence railway UtlgRtkir proofs of Mr Blaines opera in Minnesota for several years and his tions In to lirsy stocks have come cut and are vote was challenged at the last elecnow in postes on of lawyers In this c ty We publish as much ot this business as Mr Blaine tion on the ground that he had lost Mr will fl d time to attend 10 ot once JJy thtit his citizenship In the State dommtuli th- - Spal r f prored to hate rtctital who at the recent Senatorial Stoo or nt tt Mr it I o tu Unum Padfit Sabln rarfwv V nf 2030 vn tt lull the llonf auction in Minnosota wa overbid by iant of tie tarn of Hr w fir t pnbr delay rtoctf Waahburne speaks out very plainly d ihhlng in tkit hittnff li hi r Ho says about Windom Â¬ Â¬ If Mr Wimloms nomlnat on is to be charged Vork nd twil heal the branch la to N the ranks ot the arty thcrv then our M nne- sota rienls cai well oft rd to lury their re senimnnts and Mess the dav When the UuncN ingot TopooUambO snip ra lwuv subterranean Broadway railway an i many other watered sleek schemes itached the interests ot the great minister of Uiance to the Wall street contngent of speculators And again I do not now recall any special financial genius or success he has ever displayed except In signing the papers for the rrf lindlng scheme Cholera Sure IflADFIELDfc gL Garoe of fift reaJ Sanger vMf he aVOiuccL 26lfr baK ntJflugfo Womenx roaDcd J 3f fafceo lODTHLY free aunper w SCK NPSS ATLANTA l aSruIits 42 45 EWfTrLDMULAtORCO CJV chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discover of a remedy ba fositirdy cum 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 It 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 aad your money will be refunded Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of Â¬ Why Mr Blaine was receiving 32- 0 of assessable stock of the Union Pacific railway E D and 2000 unas- Â¬ sessable bhares of the same1 appeared later on in evidence in similar connec- Â¬ tions leaving no one room to doubt that he became a millionaire on a Congressmans pay by selling him- Â¬ self Inking bribe betraying his trust perjuring himself The Blaine whom Harrison has called to the highest office in his gift is the porson referred to by the Trib- Â¬ une in the above extract the person who used his public trut for black mall who as Speaker of the House of Representatives forced the Union Pa- Â¬ cific and other railroads interested in pending legislation to bribe him by buying from him at high prices tho al Â¬ most valueless securities of the Little Rock and Fort Smith It Is as a detected thief and as a con- Â¬ victed liar that Mr Blaine is called to the premiership of the Harrison Ad- Â¬ ministration and of tho Republican party The following is from the tes- Â¬ timony of Mr James Mulligan con- Â¬ fidential secretary of Mr Blaines wh ch originated with John Sherman as Secretary of the Treasury and John J Knox ai Comptrollerof theCurency when Mr Windom took the rortfoio under Garfield unless it be that the othr great financial tiansactiOa Is which it is said that B 11 K ng and the North Â¬ friend Mr Warren Fisher tt- - 19 IS STOCKTON BROOKS U ILEX THE SHORTEST BETWEEN 8 Hours the Quickest Cincinnati and New Orleans TIME 27 HOURS ENTIRE TRAINS UAGGAOE CARS DAY COACHES AND SLEEPERS Blaine sad if I should publish them they would run him for lite and wanted to know If I would surrender them ItodhQ no and that I would not giro them to the com mittee unless It ould turn out It was ncces-e-After my exam nation here yesterday Mr Blaine came up to thejiotel and there bad a conference with Mr Adtfins Mr Fisher and myself He wanted to see the letters I had I decllnod to let him see them lie prayed and almost went on his knees I would say on his knees and Implored me to think ot his six children and his wife and that It the committee should Ret hold of this communcation It would sink him Immediately and ruin him forever I retired to my room and he followed me up and went over the same history about his family and children and Implored me to p re them up to him and even contemplated su ctde On April 16 1872 Fisher wrote Â¬ y Jr Blaine Run Through Without Change TiSE 110 MILES THE SHORTEST 7 HOURS THE QUICKEST BETWEEN Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida TIME 2S HOURS The Only Line Ruunine Through fCUTTSR GBINDEE AND I SHELLER Combined in One Frame The Only Combined Feed Mil Made Sleeping Curs Cincinnati to Jack- Â¬ sonville Without Clmnge THESHOUT LINE FROM JUNCTION CITY TO ItNmsied to Give Satisfaction w thzv m VIB rrx i ilhTuml Btzcd 6rto4en upon the bmj tteo erj fire mcblaf3 In to CHATTANOOGA amktr lAZKR 27- - MACT Williamsburg SeTinff iEaelilne at am aUl Ind BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON VICKSBURG MOBILE Close Connection Made at New leans wiili Southern Pacific and Texas Pacific for 12 Hours Quicker Or- Â¬ I have placed you In positions where you have received large sums of money without a dollar of expense to you and you ought not to forget the aet on my part Ot all the parties connected with the Little Rock Fort Smith railroad no one has been so fortunate as yourself In obtaining money out ot It You obtained subscript ons from your friends in Maine for the building of the L ttle Rvk Fort Smith railroad Oat ot their subscriptions you ob taned a large amount both ojjxmds and money free or cost to you I have your own figures aad know the amounts Owing to your politi-Â¬ cal position you were able to work oil all your bonds at a very high price To this Blaine replied on April 18 1872 Mr Dear FisnEtt I answered yours very hastily last evening as you said you wished an Immediate reply The demand you make on me now is one I am entirely unable to comply with I can not do It It is not In my power You say that necessity knows no law That applies to me as well as to you and when I have reached the DOlat I am now at I simply fall back on that law With very kind regards to Mrs Fisher I am yours truly Â¬ S3 EZgfcS tlotne j p3 iDT 1 VrSSl -- 4 --r -- fi DJOir BUr DaAilit iauail rOOO WBW IB CB cum w rai ttsa 1 rre te on twiae niRChui of oar tilB Dana b fl Texas Mexico ftm California tTSP HJLirtUi aH ltth will aiaa aand tha fttttcanent a eeapteta Wa lima lattca iorJKJairrr made than any other Lin uceizj 27 36 ipsSaSp c address 6fFor Rates Maps W WOOLEY chari rrt je KRANK I illka tutattMndMSirifci lawiwbaTTiuiUBineotaan Trav Pa n Act Lexiiifron Ky and tna cvre tcc t nt erisa iaacnfna tn the world Amerioa rwt aafarkofftesrtT4wntorTthrri orCS BARRET I riaUCACOiSei 740 JLufftut Main in ranra wa iliow what wa and te tboac wU tuavcau atjosrhomaaBdafterSp v m ntba ail abau became year owi Tzua frana macsioa u oronertT pairata mad after taa atcn naa ran oat iTore ptuau rsaotteoklfbrOPawHaui aaaa for tarLnMBta and K O Bast atranreet oo ua rVlaoacbina tba wactd IB U enpltAl reemired flain a KifmirTT map free cctitlj aad rahubia ui art utai y Direct Connection Made at Shreveport witii Texas and Pacific Ry without Transfer for hlnrrr Nothern Tesas Kexico California and the West Was there ever in the world a more pitiablo spectacle than of this Plumed Knight of the Highway when after consorting with sharpers and with them in their plans of swindling he found himself in their power That under Harrison such a man should take the place just vacated under Cleveland by a Bayard is a re- Â¬ proach to the civilization of the United States an Impugnment of the honesty of the American people St Louis Republic CURRENT COMMENTS ism except that he is more accept- Â¬ able to tho machine and the spoils- Â¬ No single incident has more men clearly brought out the difference beÂ¬ tician who made a fortune while in Con- tween the two administrations Of gress in some mysterious way and was President Cleveland and President rotirod irom the Senate some years age Harrison Thoso who note it care- Â¬ because ho couldnt explain his sudden fully and grasp IU significance will wealth to the satisfaction of tho people understand wby President Cleveland His selection for the will rank In history among the best ol Minnesota Treasury portfolio Is a great scandal and most high minded President that or would bo if it were not overshad- the country has had and why Presi- Â¬ owed by tho selection of the boodlo dent Harrison in tho opinion of the ralsor Wanamaker for another port- Â¬ best observers is slowly gravitating to folio of scarcely less importance But tho foot of the illustrious lino St UarTlson was made President by boo- Â¬ Louis Republic dle and it is quite in accordance with RESULTS OF PROTECTION the fitness ot things that he should surÂ¬ round himself with a Cabinet of bood abor Troubles Canted by the Encroach- Â¬ lers Indianapolis SentlnoL ments of Favored Monopolies It Is notable that at the present time PROSPERITY AND WAR tho throe countries of Christendom in The Unsound Doctrine Preached by a which protectionists are the most Bombastic Naval OBlcer strongly intrenched politically the Admiral Porter of tho American United States Germany and France Ho is are those in which labor Is In tho most Davy is thirsting for blood quoted by the Washington Star as say- Â¬ restless and distracted condition ing In the United States there aro and We are always prosp rjus In war havo been great strikes In the Iron If this is tru- of course the more coal textile and building Industries war tho moro prosperity and the old In Franco there Is dissatisfaction on Admiral is right in his demand for a tho part of nearly every department war with Germany about Samoa of labor and an ominously disaffected War means death and destruction If political condition among tho prole- Â¬ not of our own men and property at tariat In Germany the strike out- Â¬ least of the men and property of Ger- Â¬ break of the labor of the country is so many Wc do not eee how any nation general that it would appear to be an ever can prosper by destroying men organized co operation of the trade and property Germany conquered centers In Hamburg tho masons France but she had to pay dearly for carpenters and plumbers are all out it Tho North conquered the South on the refusal of their employers to but certainly from 1850 to 1879 wom increaso their wages At Elberfeld not prosperous times in any sense tho manufacturing works are closed War is destruction not prosperity and tho men are out At Nuremberg It destroys the very foundation of pros Â¬ the carvers and wig makers are out perity It disturbs all Industry It At Berlin the masons at a late meet Â¬ interrupts commerce it diverts men ing decided to inaugurate a general and money and energy from produc- Â¬ strike in the building trades tive to unproductive employments The prominent feature of tho Ger Â¬ War is a costly privilege or pleasure man industrial situation meanwhile or duty as occasions arise There are is the rapid augmentation of what are times when only war will settle a dis- Â¬ called conventions another name pute and then war must come crt for trusts among manufacturers in what it may order to artificially peg up prices The Admiral Porter seems to have Im- Â¬ German tariff acts having been con- Â¬ bibed tho theory of the protectionists ceived for the protection of agri- Â¬ that the fewer goods we have the betÂ¬ culture as well as manufactures the ter off we are Wealth consists not In effect has been to increase the cost of Scarcity raw material to manufacturers and of scarcity but in abundance advances pricei yet it is a sign not of living to artisans and agricultural prosperity but of poverty If half tho laborers Hence on the one hand wool in the world wore destroyed to-Â¬ these strikes and on the othor such a morrow the price might advance to depopulation of certain rural districts twice what it is to day but tho world of the country that it has boen serious- Â¬ would bo poorer not richer ly proposed to import Chlneso and To show just how war would oper- Â¬ Indian cooly labor to work the de Â¬ ate to interfere with if not destroy our serted farms prosperity wo may quote from tho in Â¬ And yet during the last Presidential terview with Admiral Porter campaign our high tariff journals were As the country know I have been urging continually calling attention to tho in letters and reports the importance of build ing up a powerful navy We have the wealth prosperous and happy effects of Ger- Â¬ and resources to leaa the world In a navy But manys increased duties on imports taking matters a they are the Government Chicago News go England counÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ craPiClOc railroad synd cate turned over tr him a handsome fortune for h s patriotic serv ices in their behalf while a member ot Con gress and in the Senate Windom is an unscrupulous poli- President Cleveland was a Demo brat and Mr Pearson never made any disguise of the fact that he was a Re- Â¬ publican Tho Tribune is right how over in saying that his superior fit- Â¬ ness had never been questioned and lor that reason caring mainly for tho efficiency of the service Mr Cleve land retained him In tho office which he had filled to tho satisfaction of Democrats and Republicans alike Be-Â¬ fore Mr Harrison had been a month In office Postmaster Pearsons term expired and the question of his suc- Â¬ cessor again became a prosslng one Nobody pretends tnat after four years of additional experience Postmaster Pearsons superior fitness had be-Â¬ come less unquestioned than In 1885 but tho Tribune said not a word In re gard to his superior fitness or his efficiency or the general satisfaction ho had given to those citizens whocara for efficiency In that branch of the pub Â¬ lic sorvice and President Harrison Ignoring all the reasons for the appointment that had proved strong enough to convince President Clove land has just given the postmaster ship to Mr Cornelius Van Cott a man who has had no experience whatever in the mail service who has no record of efficiency and superior fitness and who had no advantage over General Pearson in the matter of Republican- Â¬ and such was Iho coin that Christ usod to con found his adversaries Reverting- to his first remark Dr Boardmat took front its onrolorje u small coin of bronze There said he Is a Jewish lepton the widows mite and It is certainly within tho bounds of possibility that it was one of the two coins that formed the widows contribution Dr Boardui in went on to state that there was so far as he knew but oao other of tho kind in America His own ono was left him bv the late Robert C Davis of thi3 city Tho Inscriptions on tho coin wcro illegible without a microscope but a memorandum ac- Â¬ companying it gave its date of coinage as between 63 and 49 B C In therelgn of Alexander II Discolored by time Its periphery broken and irregular tho figures and words upon it almost oblit- Â¬ erated the lepton is still an object of great Interest nnd probably could not be purchased at any prlco from ita present owner Philadelphia Inquirer Son of tho Divind Augustus - Tit Estlrs Trdm KI TClCCta mtatat Coup Cars Pullman SI eeplnsrara on and Elejront He Klffht Trains iilno rthnlr- - chioag o LAFAYETTE InOianapoliSj end N4 tly TK P iEaa 40- - pna j- C Ive SaaW assl pat P - pa paa isopiM 1130 a xiom ncie f wcjs p Spai 59a e Siopa 6 pa 54 Pna i- - van Kagniflceat Parlor Cora on DayTratxta between Arr RleitiiKXHl Arr LaeiP4er Arr HtaHfnnl Arr Keren Arr IivIhkMo sad Tandalla Idas Pnllman Ballet Sleeping Cars Prllman Reclining Chair Cars New First Class Coache Second Clas Coaches and Baggag Cars all mn through without change between Cincinnati and St Lotus Cincinnati and StLouia ij Four TIa tie C L St UttC Cnllnay D Ive KletlUMMHl s lsl p 5P rp- - a5 Xe S4SP S XORTII BOUND 2fl No 5 Cincinnati and Peoria HI C Clognnt Reclining Chair Cara BcnviaM I St T Ive Arr tve Arr Lve IJVlHgktOH iierrft Kk hmoml htaufoU- Lve Laneanier UlehnMHMl t as mc5 a 1145 ai km am Avy 1 tK TtTE C rnd T B W Short JAi Td just like to go abroad and set tle down in France said Mrs bprlg Tho Ufa of a Parisito is so gins Harper1 free fr m caro and trouble Bazar furiously Political Orator Now fellow cltlzens if this man is A Voico elected what is the result Commodious Reclining Chair Cars Arr Parw enwiis I ve Lexington isiiK51ig reemIlhu asd Esohk Lve Im is Cynlhmnn ana T P W 3 This and Teerla atChleasoSttonts and ads withelest LinesIm to all medlste ccnaeetlons are B CaMtliwaaff vj a1 pwnmnrw ami iron ins iortmrBi mn bh Tinsrli TUUts aid Ejkip tints t sll friKljil Mats 1 ai any J icxet umtt iin be obtained at thisliee 1 1 all Coupon TicktjC RyalsoTta Ogees thronghont the conatry C Arr wlneh enter Ive Lve FalnMrfrth Arr Covington Arr nuriximii Lve UlcliiiKm- l3 ysopi P I St L Via SHELDON t C t 4 J3 PI C3 yp 4w pi fcjB PI 7 4o a a Kay a a MS am 3S a at oj6 MCoB 11 35 pi y5 pi am a 1145 a m a a A V MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve CtiieiBRHll Lve CovImkKmi - - No Kr San JlHlly No U Iihi r 4E3 Snn 2 AN INVENTORS FATE now a Chicago Tailor Was Victimized by a Dishonest Partner The recent experiences of a Chicago inventor may benefit some Ho was a thoughtful hard working tailor on the West Side Tho fact that ho had a wife and three daughters to support helped to sharpen his wits While bitting with his legs doubled under him on the tailors table he devised a contrivance for tho pressing of seams on tailor mado or rougher homo made garments He said littlo about It to his co workers until his lawyer told him his patent Was properly applied for and that ho could rattCo and soil his He had a few dozen manu- Â¬ invention He tried to sell them to tho factured largo stores dealing in household arti- Â¬ cles No ono wanted to handle them be cause there was no demand for them Ho Here his Ingonulty came In again had his wife visit sevoral establishments to purchase tho now pressing board Tho next day his oldest daughter in- Â¬ quired at the same placi for tho samo article Tho merchants could not pro duco It A weeic later the inventor rold his little stock c tally to tho partlos who previously would not touch it So much for his ingenuity Then he took in a partner and enlarged his opera- Â¬ tions Tho little pressor was manu Â¬ factured by the hundreds Tho part- Â¬ ner offered to go on the road and Intro- Â¬ He went to St duce the Invention Louis and telegraphed for a car load of prospers They wore forwarded at once Another car load was ordered for Peoria and Springfield Thov went and the last cent of capital the poor in Â¬ ventor could raise went with them The partner forgot to remit Tho partnership was broken and so was the tailor So much for his business capacity The Inventor sold his right and title in the thing to pay his debts and went back to his needle and his Chicago Journal bench JOHW ECArIGenlFsas4 Tit agist His opponent will bo defeated carcrjRMTia All Sorts I saw a cool deed this morning remarked Fanglo at tho supper table DbiJIS liiSOcFlG SOap What was it askod his wife with The title to an ico deep Interest THE BEST FAMILY SGAP Exchange house repliod the wretch Mistress to Bridget who Is clean- Â¬ f3 THE WORLD ing windows In tho second story Geraldlno a man has just rung tho IllsSlreiyrsiB IMsm ii Bridget Ask im basement boll K orctTil farwit 1 r whi k wr rJw iwjililWa w up to tho parlor and till him Olll bo tirtniy rrtcrrf - ncr 11 Ls ihli 3J Is Time down la a jiffy tileittleal In eKnliiy lo Ry Kills So you found the clock ticked so taxfl titf cotkh t -icsy ijrww - i n- Shi 7T said tho loud that you couldnt sleep h Hi jeweler to custoinor who returned a tn rocs anil tta achi -- nil aanlett a n tihersoap Irjoot ic wot shruikcg- - xavu g You ought not growl when clock you have your folding bed ticking un Â¬ th m sort aad will au i kc ew der you all night Tho man took tho clock home again Life Mis3 Wideawake to young agri- Â¬ BBvSnp of rfca ef a culturist from Vermont I fancy THERE itof xrtat cf the f bnc fuel and Mr Sidehill that you are very fond of bj lUcctiic Soap is nsi accoriilaff where lofeÂ¬ to direc husbandry Mr Sidehill with an tion1 h 1 OSE JrltlTiH deiWHKrmctrM great mem It unutterablo expression I sposo pay yi to mSre tint T IKE tt beit thinjp k U extenCvdy lnu would be Miss Wideawake if I could iH lit aal couitereVit A Texas find the right kind of a gal -- Parr Arr MlllenHrg Carlisle M Jo4ihsw Maysvllle SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysvllle Ji4ihmhi Carltehi Mlllerhbun LetngKt 735 am K40 a jcoyam MC95 4 woj ce sjiaa j am a 8 t 54 -t pi r 1 t - f El13u fc35 la jtktYl Ex but 1 Daii Mtf h- th-t-- rr tr - iii p 753 am fcao am r3 Arr PariH am Lexlnattm r 915 11 35 am t CovittKlo IlitetiiiMll 1145 am Leave LextmrtOH 115 a m Ai ri v t No Parts tea6 a m Kxeepi Sunday fio8 Leave UlHeiuttaU W p m Arr es Falmooth 76 p m Kxceit bunday No 7 Leaves Palmonth to am Air Clueiiinalt DM a m xe4t uuln TRAIN NOTRS Nn3rnn daily t i - yaoam r 5551m am 1 - - MAD THIS TWICE hr 1 Silings should to and France both tries being abend ot Germany In modern naval guns and buy all the rifled guns vessels and we can find and bring them here We will very soon make me of them Here Is a list ot the entire strength of tho German navy It is more than we have but we have the money and could easily spend KO0030UO In ships and appliances ot war Â¬ PROTECTION AT YALE The Most Kldlculooa Educational Propo- sition Kver Made t Trav Pass Agt Chattanooga Tenu C Gauivt J 109 HARRISDKD MILLER IRVINE STREET Kext Boor to Post Office GeuI Mgr D G Cincinnati -- Gen Pass Agt O Edwabds The Buffalo Courior is responsi Â¬ ble for the following In religion Wanamaker is a Presbyterian but in politics he is a Quayker Blaine to Harrison I accept this trust with the understanding you know that trusts are largely private affairs Buffalo Courier As a marble dealer Statesman Proctor of tho Cabinet may get a contract for supplying the Republican LOUISVILLE KY party with a tombstone four years from now Atlanta Constitution DHe Pfompdy CARPETS LAID IN The Largest ami Finest Hotel in missedOne of the first men to be dis- Â¬ from the Executive Mansion FINE STYLE Give him a Call 24- - the city was a George Hemphill a one armed ox soldler a watchman on tho White Day House grounds Hemphills misfort-Â¬ fEyais Pateit Post Me 4 une was that he was appointed by According to rooms President Cleveland Cleveland Plain DrCGER AKD TRiKSPLAMTEfL Turkish and Russian Baths in Dealer When Abraham Lincoln was Llcht Simple Etronc and Effectlre Hotel 32 31 struggling with tho office seekers Artemus Ward offered to take his It is tba oalr seif ctai47 1nrbonnn canoe used in aav perfect Great Moral Show to tho White matter bow sticky with soil House and turn tho anaconda loooe It thus possesses great advas ever aflotfeer dickers in the mar General Harrison would glvo any thing Vx WKfeKaniancaa easily dig 900 to 409 botes per day It is exceedingly just now for the presence of tho genial Hgfct yet very stroBgly made and war raaied Price 4 I am prepared to do all kinds of Artemus Atlanta Constitution A new trust has boen formed Carpenters work in first class style G PETERSEN 2 CO Also estimate furnislieil on short Tho manufacturers of Binder Twine notice H TYLER BAXTER KOLDTB ILL have combined and propo3o to tax 32- 22 farmers all that the traffic will bear Furniture Repairing UPHOLSTERING GALT - HOUSE Rates25o to Per Carpenters Work and proper But Admiral Porters schemo of prosperity would force us to exchange it for guns and ships of war and forco us to do without other things These guns and ship3 would not odd any thing to the wealth of America by destroying the property ol Germany When America has to go to war sho will prosecute it with Shermans idea that war is hell so It is Admiral Porters Idea that war is prosperity Is a delusion fit only for consideration by tho Ways and Means Committee of the next Repub- Â¬ lican Congress It Is contrary to human reason and to universal ex perience but It accord entirely with the theory of political economy upon which tho Republican party la acting -- Louisville Courier Journal Queer Economical Streaks That 260000000 represents fully one years export of cotton Wo now export it for the comforts and con Â¬ veniences of lilo for those things that add to tho prosperity of tho people for raw materials to employ our mill hands etc etc That Is right THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE 3 a dej 3 3 cs CJ CO i WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF a to a c S3 o cJ TRADE FINE VEHICLES FOR THEOHIO U A S CINCINNATI aos Write for Catalogue 9 i 3 Well the farmers voted at the recent election that taxation was a blessing and they have no right to complain at Chi- Â¬ the increase of their blessings cago Leader Wo do not believe in protection as it is practiced by tho Republican party of to day but it is an infinitely less mischievous thing at its worst than the narrow greedy hypocritical Southern policy which Chandlor and men of his stamp would wish to make NY thechlof end of Republicanism Times Mrs Plait who is a skillful amateur photographer has several pictures of her hushond tho taken by thelnlitantaneous proc- Â¬ ess One of them shows him throwÂ¬ ing stones from his garden walk Into a wheelbarrow It is apprehended in some quarters that a pieturo to ba taken about throe years bene may It is very strange how differently the economical streak is developed in We once knew a different persons well-to-d- o father of a family who thought that to hire a carriage for any purpose was to bespeak an instanta- Â¬ neous removal to the poor house there- Â¬ If his wile and daughters fore chanced when nicely dressed to get caught in a shower of rain moro dry goods would be ruined in the operaÂ¬ tion of walking umbrella in hand through it than would pay for a car- Â¬ riage several times over Another gentleman was so economical of wafers as invariably to break one in halves when sealing a letter Another hoarded up the blank page of old let Â¬ ters to save stationery And yet in other respects these good people were not niggardly If the reader will take pains to question himself very likely the result will bo the discovery in himself of just such a queer vein of stinginess about some little every day matter not before self acknowledged Ledger N Nothing is quite so ridiculous as the proposition to endow a chair of protec- Â¬ tion at Yale college consider it from any stand-point Political whatever economy if taught at all should be taught with some regard for scientific truth as is shown when geology or biology is explained to the students There can not bo two theories of any directly antagonistic and science equally true Protection is pot a science at best it is a makeshift a piece of empiricism in thought and charlatanism in application To en- Â¬ dow a chair to teach Protection is simply to set up the favorite devico of the Middle Ages in contrast with the latest conclusions of scientific investi- Â¬ gation If we are to have a chair of Pro- Â¬ tection let us have also a chair of Astrology to counteract the evil effect of scientific astronomy a chair of Al-Â¬ chemy as an antidote for the evil in- Â¬ fluence of the teaching of modern chemistry then let Yalo send for Rev Jasper of Richmond Ya to deliver a series of lectures in the support of his belief that the parth do move The Minneapolis Tribune thinks both sides of the question should bo pre-Â¬ sented So we suppose it would have the Rovorend Bob Ingersoll lecture to the divinity school on the mistakes of Moses Louisville Courior Journal TWO RARE COINS Soman Denarius and Jewish Ipton In Dr Boardmaas Possession I can show you said Rev Dr George Dana Boardman something much moro remarkable than a de- narius r Tho remark was elicited by a refer- Â¬ ence to an incident in tho concluding lecture of the series just delivered at tho University of Pennsylvania on the Commandments Tho Doctor has a very good notion of dramatic effect and having occasion to refer to tho efforts made by the prominent men of Jerusalem to entangle Christ in his talk brought forward as an illustra- Â¬ tion tho question about the tribute It was he said an Ingenious stratagem for if Christ answered in favor of the tribute he would array against himself tho popular and patriotic party with whom the tribute was extremely un Littlo boy do you understand Is meant by energy and enter- Â¬ No sir I dont think I do prise Well I will tell you Ono of the rich- Â¬ est men came here without a shirt to his back and now ho has got mill- Â¬ How many docs ho Millions ions put on at a time sal old My sould and body Mrs Evergreen as sho looked intently at the indicator in the car just as tho conductor rang up two fare3 I de-Â¬ clare If taint two oclock an it warnt morn a minlt after I got on that it struck one Thoso here city people do Jewelers Weekly live terriblo fast Tailor Why la it that you dont pay for that suit I havo called hero repeatedly and all lean get out of you Young Actor Well is promises you know all the papers call mo a Yos promising comedian Tailor but promises are not performances Young Actor Well come up to tho theater any night and you will see my Smarten performance ENGLISH DWELLINGS A small boy who30 record for de- Â¬ portment at school had always stood at Homes ot Thoughtful Civility and TJn swerving Loyalty a hundred came home one day recent- Â¬ The characteristic English dwelling ly with his standing reduced to ninety is described as a two story brick house eight What havo you been doing walled in and with tha best part of my son asked his doting mother the house at the back there are tho replied theyounghope Been doing drawing and dining rooms while tho ful Been doing just as I havo been kitchen and pantries ara in front In doing all along only the teacher suburban and country houses the caught me this time rooms aro largo and aro arranged STRaI FORDS HERMIT around a hall but the windows and doors are smalL The outside of tho lie IJves In a Strains and Makes Money house is almost uniformly without a a laxiderm tt Down in Connecticut near Bridge- Â¬ architectural decorations and the dull- Â¬ ness of tho climate Is seen in tho som port on tho edge of what is known as berness of the furniture and the adorn- Â¬ Stratford swamp living in a little hut is a peculiar character named Samuel ments of tho house The Interior 13 dull and uncheery Greenrod Greenrod although he occasionally There is littlo sweetness and light makes trips to neighboring villages In tho color forms and expressions except In tho dwellings of more recent when ho journeys abroad never walks building and furnishing Up to with Â¬ but rides in a vehicle of his own manu in a few years the inside finish was all facture having ono cart wheel and one ot dark wood and tho furniture was huggy wheel the diameter of one be-Â¬ mahogany of very heavy and ungainly ing much less than that of tho other But if you can dissoci- Â¬ Tho cart is drawn by an ox winch construction ate tho idea of comfort from that of wears a harness made of old ropes art tho English home has a very rusty chains and strips of dingy leath- Â¬ marked spirit of comfort This sofa is er Greenrod has taught the ox which easy and big and the chairs were made draws his chariot to obey the reins to uso Tho walls are papered never their ends being attached to tho ex- Â¬ painted the papers boing dark and of tremities of the animals horns and large pattern The dining room Is the although it proceeds slowly it does so living room of the middln class fami- Â¬ surely and answers the owners pur- Â¬ lies Such of the family as remain at pose Greenrods habitation is really a home sit in that room during tho fore- Â¬ museum of natural curiosities show- Â¬ noon and until after tho noon meat Were tho color of tho English house ing that though a hermit his time so les3 sombjr and the furniture loss cum- Â¬ far from being wasted solitarily and in brous were tho rooms moro open and deep thought as most hermits time is less separated from each other it supposed to be passed has been im- Â¬ would bo the center of the most per- Â¬ proved and that tho generations to fect external comfort known to the do- Â¬ come are likely to derive some benefit mestic life of this world As it is the from his partial renunciation of tho English house is the homo of sweet world Animals and birds of a hundred vari Â¬ love of thoughtful civility and of un eties embracing nearly every speoies undying loyalty Good forgetttng and ocoupy por-Â¬ known to Connecticut Housekeeping m tions of the main room and a small ad Â¬ joining room is devoted to tho require- Â¬ WHAT SHE COULD DO ments of a collection of living snakes A Stretch of Two Deal Characters Pub Â¬ comprising all the different varieties lished for till Benefit or Girl Readers found in this part of New England Susan Bolle was a plain quiet sis- Â¬ Thore are adders rattlesnakes and ter of a beautiful brilliant girl At others whose bite Is deemed venomous school Lena at th head of the class and deadly Greenrod has no fear of rattled over French verb3 or Roman any of his pels and although they history sho had committed to memory hiss and squirm whon the door of this In an hour while Susan had pored over room is opened tho owner will coolly them in vain It is truo that Lena for- Â¬ cuter and pick up with his bare hands got her lessons as quickly as she whatever snake ho desires to show his learned them but she had a faculty of visitors or has a customer for displaying every scrap of knowledge Notwithstanding his many peculiar- Â¬ in a way which won her notice and ap ities Greenrod is an intelligent man plause Tho whole school regarded Ho is of English birth and camo to her as a genius and was proud of her this country whon young He enlisted poems and essays She was tho com- Â¬ in the United States regular army soon ing George Eliot or Tennyson they after landing and served three years boasted Thoy were not awaro what on tho Western frontier was nevertheless tho fact that there Tho birds hnndlod by him as a taxi- Â¬ was resemblanco in the ideas and dermist compare favorably with some words of all sho wrote to thoso of the of the bast shown in art circles the last book which sho had read features of his treatment and posing Susan also at first labored over resulting In causing overy example to poems and stories of Italian brigands assume a life like position This has but failed utterly and finally acqui- Â¬ mode an impression favorable to the esced in the opinion of the school girls operator as on artist and tho scientific Susan said society of Bridgeport Conn ore now that sbo was a dunce her teacher is no linguist no musi- Â¬ negotiating with Greenrod for tho pur cian no mathematician It is difficult chasq of a collection of stuffed birds to determine in what her talent lio3 aud animals Detroit Nows But Susans keenness of observation Angry woman stopping in front and her warm heart made kor a help- Â¬ John this is where tho ful child It was Susan who saw that of building her fathers gloves needed mending jYolpor is printed That editortl never and who darned them so neatly it was call a reception at my houso a shindig Susan only who knewhow to make dry again tho villain Havo you tho cow crisp toast for her mother when she iido all right Come on Well go bursting with rage was ill it was Susan who handled tho HnP Husband baby more skillfully and tenderly than but retaining his presence of mind any body else No scrap of knowl Â¬ Maria Til stay out here to seo that edge about the ordinary affairs of life po one enters to interrupt you Horos tho cowhide Lay It on well tho cow- Â¬ wos too trifling for her to learn ardly sconndroli Chicago Tribune Susan said Lena contemptuously psware of Imitations Electric Doat tule INSIST upon IKiblilns ritlaMj4a Eleeinc r Etto Mg c er an oihe Fmu I s wo j Kt ue it k cheap They vfl ruis d Jkk -- cd an tr at -- ny pnec Ask r s- what tvwwmwiw and take no othir Keairy er rr ar ecr fret Maine m hasnt H be to Mcuco kei it hi s otic If x grocer wA orlrr frora hi t canesc ww EAD carefully the nUi wripw aimnJ each T3 P-- bar and be careful to follow dSreetioisa You cuniiot nfrortl to 011 each oatMOe wrapper suit longer before Cyras for your erf this oM rehabie and traly wonderful - ZlGCEiSS Ei3CTCIJ s Ittlwt eu Cincinnati and Lexington N ok 2 and a make eon nec tons a W 11 K ler for points on the N N M No i makes this eonneettnn 11 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