32 Pleasant Street
r Ell MS
f wo collars i
end of the fdat
r.ie puu 10 line, or less,
Eae'i additional insertion
A. h V.
feet of the
grocers and Commission Merchants
Livery Mtd Sale Stable
Dealers in Liquor and Crain. Pike street
Kx- General Stage BSSce. Ageat, Adams
and Waahlngton, near Um
between Madi-o- u
( oin pa v .
K. C K. if depot.
COVIN aTON, KY.
JjiLAXTKK's HOL'SK, Kadiaon Street.
briTHM Tike and Seventh. ovington. Ky. nDLLXLLIl's. ii ant T.vii.oit.
Tlii- - Eoacc U he ated in the central portion,
Dealer in ltead Made Clothing and Gent
with lir-- t ctSM aei oinnio.lations. , It has
with Furnishing Gooda.
In en renovated and refund-liedcorner Madison and Sixtl
the beat o furniture. Thetahle trtllbefur-ni-h.-- d
Jan. 24, 1887.
with everything the market ail'ords. Street. Coviugtou, Ky.
rharir'-w. WT. SMITH, Pro'r.
v. w. uirru
Beorgu Hehr, Bla&ksinith,
WHOLESALE QUO EES,
Shop on Walnut Street. Yiithiana, Ky.
COMMISSION SJfESC II AX IS.
irnrk entrusted to
I!t vv'" '"' '' '::' 0,1 reasonable lo. U Pike street, Covington,
leeordingto nature. KctJ thin done in my
line, will be done with prompt ueiiiit those who .nay favor nie a'lth their en
- alaa a KAUttlKtt, and ander-stautorn, lie
Foreign and Douieatk Lboors.
by whom they were appointed trary to the jirovisions of this hHn
Harritus. dent lor one month therealter. It on- and without the shadow of authority, an I commend to these swilt accusers
ly remains, then, to determine by and would it not be a righteous judr-- ihe significant prophecy ot Gouver-BSJU- l
MKStAtfXM n. EMTilM.
w hom and tor whose term the
Sccre- - ment that he should stiller the penal
MetfSf, who put into shape and
tary ot War, Edwin M. Stanton, was ties here prescribed and be required penned this Constitution ot ours; and
0!h fairer to mo than the riant lunrn.
appointed. Who denies that he was for this as well as other and even (ia 1 bid these beware thai they do not
Of appointed by Abraham Lincoln, and ver crimes to look out for Ions yean now signally verify it:
When he couieth Iresh iroin tiic ki
therefore could only hold his office for from the loathsome dungeons ol the' uliut, after all, what does it signify
And brlrhter by far. than the noontide j,;,., cops tenn and'or.e month there- - Dry Toil ugas!
that men should have a written Conblaze.
Was it not die Presidents duty to' stitution containing unequivocal pr.
alter, except by the reappointment
Or the amber plow of evening's bazc.
or mere sufferance of President John-- remove him.'
Mow could he take
and limitations? The legislaAnd sweete'-thamatini. or vesper ehinu
Could language be plainer, care that the laws be faithfully
tive lion will not be entangled jin the
Are the memories of the o'.deu times.
He anted unless there was harmony of meshes ol a logical net. The legislafoot be mote patent!
There tonne thai rise above the real
bears no commission Iron Johnson, sentiment in all the Executive De-- : ture will always make the power
the deare-t- .
has only retained the place of Ipartsaents, and especially between' a Inch it wishes to exercise. Attempt
ti' iny Bdaool-gi- rl
Secretary ot War through the too luni and those who are so near In to restrain il by other means wi!! onOf i lovely f u e on arheee ehnnging cheek patient endurance ot that President,
himthe heads ol Departments! ly render it more outrageous. The
Dimple! and blushes play at
lint to spin out sophistry refined, it They are the mtitfbafS of his official idea of binding legislators by oaths is
eyes arc the' eolor from ileavoii
is claimed by some that Lincoln's terra bunihr, with whom there ought to be!
puerile. Hating sworn to exercise
and v.e must there-- 1 free and daily intercourse and among the powers granted according to their
brow bears the starry gems ol has not expired,
iite the olheial life of the whesn there must le concurrence ol true
intent and meaning, they wiil,
dignitary Stanton, if indeed he nat- - opinion iu order nromntly and prop-- when they feel a desire to go further,
Together we worried oer partta rnwa,
urally abides fee four years and one erly to execute the laws.
avoid the shame it not the guilt or
wad. d throu-waters ol
month thereafter. Is Lincoln de.nl, ton had differed essentially with the perjury by swearing the true intent
Together we talked of the eoudag
or does he still lire! Can dead mea President, had openly opposed! hssl and meaning to be. according to their
s..de-- l cams, or elouded ly ju),a Qgict
miniater human policy, and had beeoue o!)noxious, comprehension, that which suits their
affairs? Had we not a Tvler adminis-- ; odious, politically rnd personally, to
tar, than iar:h fairest Bow rs,
tration, and a Fillmore administration; him and bis cabinet. lie might have'
U 'ere tlierlaioas bright, of tuoae glad--i
Bd,niniBtntimi nf nftn nitlaimid Ia Mm in ib
Sir, gentlemen tell us that wo may
Andrew Johnson, who succeeded to goaga of ths indignant Cicero, point- - not even warn them of their evil
Drexelloua BaiUIlag, Madi-o- n Street.
on baud a eomplete asso;t
me.,t of line Jewelr', IVatehea, Uver ant
plated ware, line table eutlery. Ae.
L oal Vard in Cvuthiaua. - now prepared la aapnlj the eitiaena nf the ity and
wilii oa! in any pia;:ti:v.
aunel J'oineroy and
i ou hioir!i ii
Kanawha Coals. ill be kept constantly on
if"Coal delivered with 11.
Peak r la Htaph and baiter Ihry (Jooda, TIo
sier. Embn id. d
L'lkeet, Covlugtoa, Ky,
T. ITT Lit BACK.
ATTOliN KX AT LAW.
Thou hast drained a breaker ol love's rea
And ear. it not BOW, lot uich draughts a- mine.
perfume ofelomi- Thou hasl breathed
lam. 0W rs.
tow er-- .
AiuN"epo-- ( d amid e'y-iu'TIs well! !jia thou iniahtest have lelt one
and home-lov- e
STB LET, opposite
READY MADK CI.OI'IIIXO,
Is ti;l Bsincthe Nitron Oxhle orl.angh- iuir
for the extraetioa of teeth without Geutlcuten'a Fiiruishin Goods. Hats.
pain, and r muuiei.d - it a- - altngetiier wife
; No. :::), Viko Sheet,
lie is making the litest
m teeth on pjold I'lale. ufper
COVIXG'J OX, KV.
7l. lower glfll "ii rubber at $3l upper or
lortr wsets. i Kxis nsi ncpaid - on train in all Sept'!)-t- f
a rnit n - m
a- - s
i;al;en i:e oaia
nioa. KMJI. JK.
J'eb21-('.worth of work :. :.
BUIIKLE & REED.
J. K DILL.
IXaruionr Hill. Bourbon eonntr, Ky.
Slasa sod Qacensware,
To as--1 Wg to the conspirators of his counihe 1'iesidcncy as they didsunie that this is the term of Line: In tryi liberties:
belie the evidence of our own sen-- ua
naUenUa I!Ust,';iThe term of the office and the
ttrai ol the oiueer are ver uuterent ioW ion- - indeod. has he nbnspd
things; the one is fixed by law, the their patience!
other depends upon the lile, the re- Alter much tolerance he was
or resignation of the officer. Iftely inrited to retire 'but invitation
llie provision in the bill did not
hints amounting to insult to a
fer to the term of the office, but to proud man, haring noeneet, he was
"the term ol Ihe President," the oili filially ejected and the bead of the
ccr who then held it
army placed in Ins stead "ad interim.''
This strained construction is hui Tnis "silent monitor for a time with
another manifestation ot radical fren-- scorning fidelity discharged the
and desperation. President John-- ; ties of the office, but at length, in an
son, then, in the attempt to remove hour when we thought not bet ravin-M- r.
Stanton, has in no manner vio the confidence of his chief, suddenly
lated this law m its strict letter and evacuates and lets in this scorned and
bearing; but if he had, what more can
official, with Ihe Senate at
be made ol it than that in the exer- - hjs heels. Did ever audacity mount
cise ol a high perogatlve he had
Was ever Executive so outsell '.0 act in accordance with pievi- raged both as to personal and official
ous laws of Congress, which had been dignity!
.uMuiiu.u uy ui
the I ipsulont will, Ihot M,,lmn
rather than of this which he vetoed,' and ealmness characteristic of the
:i .. ..c .
i .. .
not been passes upon? Had he encroa..iinen:; but who thought thai
not the right, too. to test a law the va- ,lfi .vnil!(i
tn xfi ivi.
'iidifv of whitdi
aonbted that he would persevere in
land had (hc vxere Ql his
itbteuf ... . right ., inures tuatuewoulu again perotiv ? le- ,
,.,., fr-o nuiuuiesi
ciiiaeu 01 inn ive- UIW MHO
UUMilflU lO lilt'
In the aUernpl to displace I execution WICTWUKJ laws.
Mr.btanon, and to install Gen. Lo- - lhmm u (hspatched to take charge
t!' nal,0:;a 01
the office, and this cree, inhering- 1
enpcahmesM nf the Fi ealeait
peecn oa sson. T. a,. Jones, oi
But teara Ibr departed joys arc vain,
The past is past, and eaimot come again.
Weaiy wur parting was, sad our farewell.
Bat absence and time have broken the
that Inmiued those bygone
A.-.old ill oblivion dusky haze,
T. e tioaof alieeiion. are severed in twain.
And friendship has loosened bar tastei
tAieecaaor to I.
IfPOUTEK AKU DEALER IX
in all courts
W.1I prin t iee hi-HENDERON & LONG.
halilrn in llarri-o- u county, will abo pB regularly to and praetier in thd Quarterly and
of Sa-Builders and manvJhetiiret
ireiiit oi'.rt- - of i'ei.dleton. and Circuit
Doora. BUuds Flooring. VVeatlM?r Bminling.
iourtsf Ikaefcen I a. id oiy A Co- - Appeal-- . and Shelving, also fiii nihers ot all kind- - !
Ileterem e: I . ). I
O. ! l.ad nu t coldness on ev'rv ele.
Hon. K.A. lack iter. xaiugtou; TUouwa S. brackets, cornice, luouldlttg and luahfa)
t toflial it in hide, my Lide.
Lindev. Raa. Franklort. Ky.
ttth street, bet. Madi-on- .
OFFICE iu ear of the Coort ho e,
When i turu'd to her front the world
ana imaaerly oecupud by Wm. K. NT am. a
Wltli a autrerittg lip and an aching hear!.
Stay, had'ht thoa aodrop af the olden bahu,
Dr. L. N. EODGEN.
To bring to the troubled spirit cahnf
ASM A NX.
lor and during the term of to I'lesi- - the ollire of Secretary of War "con- - blazing and its wheels fast rolling
For the ('ywthiana
lAilda C. C
SUt It AS
Poaten, labels. Prograim. nusiness Cania
Hand Hill- -, Vhdhig CanN ( ireulnrs. Uh
Tieket-- . Blanks, lart Tickets, Bill Head
We aie piepared '.o exreutc all kiuds ot
BOCK. FI IN. AND FANCY
wl IW 1J" II ll.lll
li; til UlllOLtll A
n (t iiiitirr Tin
ln thi act he was supported by the President simply intended to present
obsequkg,v bud. and
Table Cutlery, Lamps, Chimneys,
of every member ol Ins t abi-- the enestion fir judicial inresHgat.on
net, and no one of them expressed and sett emeuti Some on the other
Coal and Lard Oils, &C, &C
ine ueneral vvitn the courtesy of a
(lie bi with so side oi the Uonse have said, with ap LM!.- his abhorrence ol
Uilol.LSAl.K AND liKTAIL.
grants ins reqnest and retires.
KEEPSof Lumber, at hand every prieea.
mncn emphasis as tins now valiant parent soberness and even awful ges- Ctuelniwtl
Mier In.mKL. time lie. returns '
AlsoSa-!!o..r-- . IMiiidf, and all manner 3. W.Oor. Pike.fe Madison sts.. ki ighl oi the War office, Edwin M . turn, that it was the intention o the
DUIOIMJ to DBO tins brazen inter oper
lor sahof material I. r building wirpH
Stanton. Indeed, such was the abill-- . President to use he army to over-r.d..,. ,f
surroumie(I hv so!(!iers and OB . .
ared to contra
ly nun nnicn he descanted upon its the laws and strike down the hber
lag haaara tnim the stump.
of bmthn. bavonets.
Having e;;ve. iji.M rieeol' a
odious prtWisious that the Presidenl tieed the people.
Did he send
S.ch, sir, is the spectacle now pre- rtair builder he is p.v, as d to ,H,t up nii Tho Pccpic s Sdcc and Hat Stoic
'Nini una iw u.. v ;uu ins . ft o. vie iierai iiioiiia . 10 toe t or wince ovnicu iu um i.auiuu ui
Walnut .Street, second door South ol
HKK STUCK r,
Hadiaon street, opposite Pike, CortKorrox.
nyGentiemeafs Boots and Shoes
p7',,,lH oblai,u'1 of evciy description made to oder,and
kaowu'totlM bibuloiii trateruity, rcaipoaa
dodby ;; e .ii. modal in"" adept- - from the
noar oner for gale to my regular cnMom- I
i't iih-- T KATEaUALS
raj and the public al large the largest and
I lad for love or moiiev
uu'i coniplete utoek of boots and suoea er r
ia Uoviugton. My
iinriM IJNES cVc. offeredselected aith great atoeh, eonaUU has
Alaa caaaaa BMd Inhanna if ihe nhnUwi Men's. Boyg', hadh s. .Mise- -' and ( hildivn's
wear, in both Katcrii and Cu'tum-uiad- c.
Nov. 14, 1867-l- y
tar Ipea hoaae day sad night.
rp iu and take a
KINDS OF LUMBER
Neat K. C. K. IL Depot, Covington,
scautlliig. feuehtg, ahingleaand lath.
sash, door- - and blinds.
All orders will receive prompt olid
PfCTUKEOOtEO, Ac. Ac.
Manufacturer ol Fine Clothing,
Madison St.. foflagj JH, Ky.
Opposite 7t!i Street Market.
For Sale or Rent.
ai auoui nuu auui
vrnspe4I uiuarj x J 1 UJ JJ1 sXena sdaj
Briefc Livery stable, now
flfl BARBEL OF SALT just received MY new completed, on the coiner ofsboat
JWtl and for aale hv
V. EllsTER it
and Walnut t.eets, t' nthiana. Kv.
T. li. It ILL.
SIUHKST ( AS:i PRICK PAIH Milblieep
Hides. Tallow and oflur
M'T (oini'Fn l r imw; ioi La
V. A. KVKLKTH.
The Leavenworth Conservatire is
responsible for the following: "A
Kansas City editor went skating the
oilier day, and ifipped into an air hole.
His ears caught on the edge of the
ice, the hole not being bis enough to
ing winch he has been gmky of hlgli aw to elicit the judgement of the
m()lx worlh so mnch
let 'em through.
crimes and misdemeanors, sufficient highct court ol the t.oven.ment up-- hlooJ ()t the nation should stund still
to warrant Jus impeachment and re- - on ilns
nuestu n. W hx aL(l tl)e ...iuiu 8ysteni hc endangered Irozeand will be amputated, and used
...w,... .wu.vu.w. mis
.io niaiu imi n iiiikss n.o a hiiu w cvi i uia even r amomrnim tins contro- - for door mats."
it... ....a- -- ciiarge oi .iii is
violation to oe uones w as not necessary ior rersy.
Voltaire says a physician is a man
ii on a single provision of the bill; it a proper
discharge of the duties of
who mixes drugs ot which he knows
But, sir, the fiat has gone forth;
the Executive and forthe peace and
into a body of which,
harmony of the country! But to de- - right or wrong, wicked or worldly, he knows poui to cure a disease ot
"Ba it enacted, cv:e., That any per.
iwuui which he knows nothing.
son holding any civil office to which prire me act ot an crnnn.ai inieni or w iwimw m m uc
disobey ev- - He is abused, stigmatized, anathema-ehe lias been appointed by and with the slightest duposition to
without measure, but he recks
Benefit your friends that they may
this law the President being til war- - U"
the advice and consent ol the Senate,
and every person who shall hereafter ted in his efiort with General Thorn- - ot of the slanderous missels that are, love you still more dearly; benefit
hurled at his head. He sits calm and your enemies that they may become
be appointed to any such office, and as, soon sends into the Senate the
name of Thomas Swing as Secretary wise as Ulysses in the Grecian tent, your friends, is an old Arabian max- shall become duly qualified to act
The people will, I trust, and posterity, isa worth cultivating.
herein, is and shall be entitled to of War.
This would seem to be the whoh 1 am Mire, will, vindicate his acts,
hold such office until a successor
Vv hat stone shoe. Id have been placed
shall have been in like manner ap- ease in its legal aspect. What right His highest eulogy lias been pro- at the Harden ol Kden after the
main-pointed and duly qualified except as has been infringed, what liberty de nouneed by himselt when in
Adam ain't in (Adaman
stroyed, what law violated by the l"iHt the act complained of, he
herein otherwise provided:
Slid: uIf had been fully advised t.at tine.)
Provided, That the ISecietaries ol President!
Rut there is a section el fc tern I thnaefendmg the trust commit-- ! "Oh, that my father was seized witk
State, of the Treasury, of War, of
my own removal was a remittent lever! ' sighed a spend-thribill upon which the l'res- tctl t0 mJ
the Navy and of the Interior, the
ident is to be impeached, that bears uretO lollow I could not have hesi
Postmaster General and the Attorney
Section fire pro--1 tated, actuated by public considera-- ,
General, shall hold their offices re- in the right way.
The young man who engaged him.
tions of the highest character."
snective .' tor mul iIhi-h' .""(, ihn
self to half a dozen young women
sentence will go down the ages to
the president by whom iv
hat il anv person shall, contrary lconje J know, sir, how vain
is undoubtedly a beau ot promise.
have been appointed, and for one to the provisions ol this act accept L.ords
am a our elrort, our mpfemsL
Why is a prudent man l'ke a pin?
mouth thereafter, subject to teraorai any appointment to, or employment
protestations aml votes? Fnity sV Because his head prevents him from
by and with the advice and consent in any office, or snail hold or exercise,
Is mM going too far.
ol the Senate'
or attempt to hold or exercise,
bzards; the revolution must go cn
The dandy who makes the greatest
Who can doubt that here is a pro- such office or emnieyaaant, he shall
m m it k
()bta. llourish isn't always in a feanllttsnj
be deemed and is hereby declared, to, ceg to
vision and exception that the Secre
accomi)iishment. There condition.
c.,..:,k ; ;
taries ot fctate, ot the Treasury, of be guilty ot ahigli misdemeanor, and k u
litis uecii a op.jiiisii iiiuuwiuyu,
War, of the Navy, ot the Interior,' the
Why is a certifier of deeds, etc, like
and, cviction thereof he has beeu a French revolu,ion 'anJ it
thereior hya ine misiltnotbe amiss if some would En gland! Because he is not
Postmaster General, and the
or oy lmpns- - bring to niemoiy the fate of a Danton.
ney General, are not included within "i twceeun.g
tlie scope and meaning of this bill, omnent not exceeding live years, or a Kolespierre, and a Marat.
A frog does not remember when he
but are iu its spirit and letter ex- both said punishments in the discre
might remind gentlemen of their was a tadpole, but others do.
pressly exempted? And such was the lion of the court."
solemn obligations on this occa-ii aj
A man of parts A man part knave
expressed opinion of the author and
Now, do not the facts and circum- conservators of ihe peace, the laws,
md part fool.
the supporters ol the bill at the time stances of this case
show, and has it and liberty of the country. But what
of its passage in the Senate. They not been proven,
Punch calls a badly told anecdote a
that Mr. Stanton are constitutions and laws and oaths
were to hold their olliccsrespectively himself -- attempts to hold or exercise' when the ttes of revoiutiou are still
Keep on hand seasoned lumber, all Kinds.
Dreaaed ahelring, loortng and all other
kinds o lumber, ol ail tiitckueMea. Joist.!
deeds or ol ilia popular wrath lo
come. They avow that valiant men
will sustain their action if necossiry
each equal to two
on the battle-field- ;
or three ot an who nny oppose them.
Van Ihiealsl fanatical delusions!
I do warn them, sir, that tho spirit
of liberty may still lurk in the bosoms
ot the sturdy yeomanry of this land,
and if provoked too far a million ot
men will spring to arms to defend
their rights and to ward oil" a nsnteV
less despotism I might here, without aroftance, speak lor a hundred
thousand riflentem ol Kentucky, who
would be united as one man in the
contest, equal in courage, strength
and skill to the best the world has
I admrmish gentlemen
that they mav not much longer enjoy
the luxury of this Belshazzar least.
kindly seen upon the wall; they have
been weighed in the balance and
found wanting. Sir, the people ot
this great country, if they are not
dead to shame and dishonor, if they
have a speck ot the valor of their revolutionary sires, will not submit to
these accumulated wrongs and outra-no- ;
rather they will rise' np in
the full magnitude and majesty of
their power, and come if need be,
like avalanches lrom the n ountains,
like hurricanes from the valleys, like
the swelling waters of mighty rivers,
like the surges of the lakes and the
billow s ol the sea, even to this Capi- tol, batter down these doors, drive out
these servants who have so misused
their authority, purge and cleanse
these halb, possess tisat tribune and
altar, and place in these seats true
and faithful sentinels, who, they and
their successors, shall guard forever
the rich heritage which their lathers
have bequeathed to them.
lamed lor the supremacv of the
he billiihowever 1 smallest squad of soldiers!
Net an civi!
evei themilitarv authontv, lor
becomes a law, at least so we Will indmdual accompanied him; he went
eonsideril tor the purposes ot the wr-- solitafy and alone. It was purely an Apartments, and torn juat its
gnmenf, and we are now told that the unostentatious, puet, civil proceed :llmini, ation of the
1 reM. cn t has violated
it, ami m fa" tfe
nhieh, tiner proper onft
reputation or the life of Edwin If.
JNO. LALLY, Proprietor.
done in luctuuati.
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