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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r uaj ngiaiixa i aiTcFV - ih r i j r - ilL III U S l f1 17 Wj Pi 11 BARONETS WIFE 81 They Ci VOLUME of all in RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8 1890 Govt Report Aug 1889 A sI1 MEN IN I rjgrjgttiai LfrpJguPi jga rgt 3 -u n- Br j Tf V uI r v NUMBER 30 Ixavening Tower PM J2 ATTORNEYS 1 Baking Powder cm ABSOLUTELY PURE it bisectory Â¬ A A ber Judge J R Morton Attorney Chat J Commonwealths 11 Building First Bronkton Itui intra itflic 3- Cleik W H Miller II Commissioner J R Hill II SI LLIN AN COMMON PLEAS COl KT A TTORXEVA T LA li Second Mondav in January and June MSTUKV third Mondav in October RICHMOND Judge T Scott m first si piri vime an formerly16-oc- Clerk W II Miller ii County Judge Miller Commissioner S E Scott 8 POWELL qjARTERIY COURT Fourth Mondav in January April July A T LA W A TTORXE and October Kfntiiky Rli IIMUNII COINTY ClllRT Firt Monday iu every month RlillMONK - T 1U KNAM TTORXE YS A T LA W K fc Third Monday CIRCl IT lUKT in March and Septem- KENTICKV p Second Street COlRT OK CLAIMS DENTAL MRGERY Second Monday in July Du A WILKES SMITH FESTAL SURGEON - culnty omenta Judge John C Chenault Clerk T nomas Thorpe Attorney J A Sullivan W Bales Sheriff W Maupwi Jailor Coroner B I Miller He Comes to America for Her but She Itefuses to Return Indianapolis Ind Jan 4 Kathleen Bruce Austin an intelligent well bred To Assassinate the Imperial Scotch woman reached thus city some months ago and became a domestic She Eainily of Russia was very melancholy and being found weeping one day told her btory She Francis of Notorious Nihilist Leader Ar-Â¬ married SirScotland Austin a baronetbut Aberdeen two years ago rested at Warsaw 00 account Of ill treatment left him and came to tliis country bringing ht r babe The child died She waswithout money Documents Implicating Persons High u and the family assisted her with means the t rars Favor Fonnd on His Person to have the babe buried Acting upon Sensati inai Uumnr from Spain Irs their advices she wrote Sir Francis He here her He went Maybricks Friends WorLlag Hard to camethe to seebody exhumed to Olney had childs and took secure Her Pardon Taluiage in Con- Â¬ it to New York He then returned stantinople Foreign home and is now trying to get his wife Sua London- - Jan 6 The arrest of the to return to Scotland with hiin but she notorious Nihilist leader Plena Oroaa refuses at Warsiiw has been jirixluctive of dis- Â¬ MISSIONARY STEAMER LOST closures far more Btartliilg than any of In a Storm on th Coast of Hrltlsh Colum the alarming revelatiotLS wliieh have bia So Lives Reported Lost to the police within the la3t few coinr Victoria B C Jan 4 Intelligence days appalling as they have been is just received here from Kitkalah Damaging Evidence harbor in the northern part Of this pro- Â¬ From letters and documents found vince that the little missionary steamer sled in his clothing the niost damning evidence is oiitauiel against many Glad Tidings was cast ashore there 15 Details pereona Ugh in imjierial favor aiul during a heavy gale Dec is at unknown authority ionteiiiilaing not the assas- Â¬ are meagre andwas present itof life but it any loss whether then sination of the czar alone but the mur- Â¬ is thought It believed der ot the entire reigning rnanSj as welL Tidings will not a totalis loss The the Glad lie steamer Many Conspiiators Arrested was lying at anehor when the gale came Already many of the cons pirators have en She was not able to get up sufli stent lieen taken into custody and those still at steaaa to hold her own Her cables partlarge are under espionage or being tracked ed and she went a hore The craft had by relentless police officials to the end of been doing good work civilizing the In- Â¬ their lodgment in prison whence they dians along the north shore She was will aim ist oi rtainiv ro to their death the home of the Rev Mr Crosby who Seveial of the implicated rTiiw were had devoted himself to that work anprebended while attempting to leave Â¬ Â¬ the country TAKEN BY MISTAKE Rkiimomi i - - Kkntickv Office LATEST FROM SFAIN itth Hull lnm Main Street I2m V IjSB l 41W 1 M Ice limited to dentistry- j J John McPhersna C MORGAN D J S Superintendent PuWic Schools Mrs A T Million R I CUM OX D KENTUCKY Oil Y COl NCII- Mayor J S Collins nffice MRtii Street oer Mmllson National Find Wats J J Brooks Mink Second Waul Sam Rice Thirk Ward W B Smith W CREED D D Fourth Ward J W Capeiton E TjMirnlraf Clerk KIEKSX ILLE KENTUCKY Time of meeting Fiist Tuesday night in every month Everything it Finn II residence CITY COlRT 17 itIhi u to tlie profession Judge HC Rice Attorney W S Moljerlev PHYSICIANS Marshal J 1 Forney Time of holding court First Saturday in every month for civil busine- M POTNTZ City Treasurer J Stone Walker City Collector J L Baxter St CIA X A X S I R GEON Aaaeaaor Sureor BK Croole a 1 iM urn i - - Kentucky Html next to Whites Drus M I ifflicnramiii BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Qgickeat Route from Central Kentucky to All Points Notth East West and South west Â¬ J W EVANS PH1SICIAX AND SUEGEON RlUIMONI KtMllkV Office Second - RT J TAYLOR in - FAST LINE BETWEEN Practitioner Richmond Office Medicine and Surgery - Lexington illl- Cincinnati Mr I Kkxthky Dykes titwss HI I K ITlli J 1SS9 Second street chit SOUTH MDlM Kx Sun No IMllV No i Kx Sun No 6 Correspondents Seem to Have Revolutions mi Hand Ready for London Jan C The country from Which the most startling rumors are launched just BOW is Spain Two or three new ministries are formed there daily if one can believe confident oorre apnnfifaita and revolution are kept on tap to be prodneed when a new is demanded This is the Latest The last story is that the Jate fire at she opera house supposedly due to the mi mauagiui lit of the electrical lighting apparatus was tttnrderoaa plot to create a pnuic during which the queen regent and the Infanti Isaliella were to tie got rid of by ptfirrmal endeavor if lire and smoke proved ipsiiilicient The Clericals and Liberals have seized upon the occasion to dilate upon each inherent wickedness with as much zcst as if they believed the story This is the tendency of Republicanism cry the former and may lie taken as an instance of what terrible di eda th are capable of The latter f ction charge iTgy with desiring to remove the mother of the young king because she is a foreigner and cannot be rule I by the priesthood as readily as it thought de- Â¬ sirable Has a Will of His Own The mind of the infant m inarch must be formed while it is suliiciently plastic Already the young sprig of royalty siiows tendencies toward i idejiendence and self will and there h great danger that if he is not placed at once under ptcper guardianship he can never be sutlicii atly imbued with that unquestionable submission to the church which should be the pre eminent characteristic of the good kings of Spain Testimonial to Stanley Ie sub-a-ribe- r Â¬ Tails Containing 150000 Ii taken for a Sample Case Returned St Locis Jan 4 C R Smith traveling salesman for an eastern house 150000 in l ii sd liis valise containing bonds and other negotiable securities from his rxm at the Southern hotel It as learned that J Tuesday night M McWiory another eastern salesman ha 1 taken it by mistake for his own sample case which it strongly resemMr Smith was greatly alarmed bled and spent a good deal of money in tele grams trying to learn Mr McGlorys Before he had located whereabouta him however HcGlory had discovered his mistake and had shipped the valise back from Kansas City When it reached Smith he fouud its valuable contents inÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ tact TRESTLE Killed and Twenty In- Tmi Workmen jnred in Alabama Pmimhaji Ala Jan 4 A frightful accident occurred Thursday morning resulting in the death of two men jury of twenty others On the Brierfli Id Blotbn and Birmingham rail r id fbrty nukes south of this city an trestle about 800 feet long and from twenty five to fifty feet high fell carryins down with it twentv three carpenters who were at work on the The foundations had not structure roperly secured and without a moments warning the structure went down with a crash Carl Clark and David J Webb were killed and twenty others coffered bruises broken legs riband arms and several of them may die COLLAPSE OF A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ TROUBLE LOOKED FOR At the Comlti- Municipal Jackson Miss - Klrction al JOHN IL POSTER PEfSIClAN AND SUEGEON Kentucky Miin Street i Ive Llnctunall Ive innton I Vi n xi 4nor to Main luxiis utid Tate ROBERTS PHPSICIA X A ND S I RCE PJ Kt IIXUNII - Lve An Arr Lve An Arr Arr Arr ae I I i iillliulltli III hi mi iiiriv J ixincton lai i imhe tei KiciiliKilld ijmeasier s iinfinl Uicliinoml the American colony in London held a nieeUn Friday and decided to p istirsiisl to M Stanley the - li pa African explorer Henry his arrival here upon Is- a en path electro The trsiinrmnial will 55 pm silverof shield bearing in its center the coat arms of the United states Fm blazene on panels nroun I this center- Â¬ piece will be representations of the chief incidents Stanley s career 4 1 London Jan of I Air Beres Arr Iiiv intstoii SDRTH KDlNIi Lvi Kfstivkv onv m 3- Offlor AI VinotA IihIois Urim Stoi y St qim mm uliers mh diHir In 1iw Ms I m fin the pabMe - IxSun i No Kx Sun No 1 No S Daily Whitehall Yf T SEXSM1TH M I riirsiciix a ND s l ege ox - Lve lUii a huiiniil Iivilltjton infold 1145 am 1000 3 2 5 csj am Am Lve Luieislcr Arr Liehiiiiind Arr Arr ve Lve 75 am Kkntickv Ive Kiclnninih Winch lMits nttiuiniL Lve Kaluinutli I b jm 2iu pat n iinVretiis profewional services to the pul a lie Pans Lexington 7saw S a n i m ni pill am am 444 p m RSM LErCHER PH SIC I A X A XD S C RCE ON Kentucky Richmond ftlc- r Arr Ciiiilnn Arr Iinciiinali 41s pm I 540pm iiiji nn sv pni 10145 No I Hilly Kx Sun MAYSVILLE BRANCH NOUTH liulND Smith luildlng Main Street 28- - Kx No 11 Dally Sun 244 5 45 JJ W BRIGHT M D PI 1SICIA N A ND S I RGEON Richmond - - - Ksnticky 3- ivr Arr MillersburK Iarlivl Johnson Mnysville Lve Cincinnati Ive ovinutiui lA xingioii M 70- a m 8 00 a m 450 lm pm pm eliemleil i xainlnii of the limiiHii boiy SKill ifflrc -- I lllte llriliic on MhIii Htreel rjilriil Mint and II u his - SOUTH lKHMl - sio pm No Daily Kx suu Ex Sun 1025 a m 851 a m 923 am 636 p m 730 pm No In Dally JRCa BOLTON and Surgeon Homeopathic Physician Richmond Office M Lve Mnyhville - - Kentucky Johnson arlile Miliersbarc Arr IurN I Hone lodunall 68 p m Kpeclal attention bM in women and hII diffi- to dhasBBM of Nu tt lMVN Ixiiiiftun Kh06a m Arrives lis- Iulienlo ireiled nl eult chioiih ra Paris licto 111 Kxccpt Sumlay liiiar nml Hoiueopallilc medicines sent to No B Inarm mciniiatl stM p m Arrives 48 any addrew Kaluioiilh 7i0 p in Except Sun No T Leiives Falmouth aSS a in Arrives Ctninnat 7io a in Kxeept Sumlay TUS JENNINGS cv GIB8I N TKA1N NOTKH No 3 runs dally between Lexliignil and Cincinnati No 4 runs daily cad Surgeons Prtyicia between Cincinnati and Lexington I and 6 make eon nee io is t Winches Kentucky Richmond ter for points on the NNAM V Hy IMPORTANT Trains of this Hue now arOffice Main street over Aallace A rive at and depart from the Central Tnion HM hoe more Pas enger staiion Cincinnati making KM all points North East and West Through i and B isgage Cheeked to any point reached by a railroad PH V SI CI A X A XD S ORG EON For full particulars address or call on any Kentucky agent of the Company or Richmond over Brinhf ezlnfrlou ivinglou a 740 a 835 a 1035 a 7 15 515 a m 557 a m 649 a m ni m m m 1045 a m 150 p m 232 pm 323 pm 3 47 P 6 30 pin 415 pm Â¬ Â¬ JKAVLTL Office W L MIN- - JXi V ult Uiiililing M Main Street up Ktalra Barnam A IS- - hF JjR J 25- - BLACK PHVSICIAX AXD SURGEON Keii Hocsk Ky Ijcxlngton Ky B MOCSE tieul Pass Agt Cincinnati U B HUNTINGTON V Pres A Gen Manr K aCVUIt Agt Kihaionl Ky General OaVecn chamlier of Commerce Building Cincinnati o LYMAN Ttav Pas r Agt II O E II BACON Trav Paxsr Agt Â¬ auill I Ii B CLSNISOHAM I m Plumhlsc Mccarty Ghu tvad Hew Itivcry Fittlne ud Sale StAble Â¬ Steam We have erected a new and commo Hpeeialty All Purop Repairini kinds of pumps kepi at li WorUfi dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of Kieliiilond Ieave ordera hi Bonanza 3rd and Irvine streets Klchniond Ky and ask the public Io give us a trial Mill or W G White Drug Store ft 49 EORSES THOMAS B AY1ES Real EstsXte and General Collecting Agency al OR FED A REASONABLE KATES Saddle horses hones and buggies hired ut low rates lu IV PAKIIISH INMNOIIAM HITCHED am to the and n GALT O -- - HOUSE KY CRAPSKY BROWN LOUISVILLE Tlie I he city ti sTssVl a Pardon for Mrs Mlaj orlck London Jan 6 New aid energetic efforts are binz nude here bj the friends of Mrs Haybrick ot her behalf and liave already result d in the bringing to tight of many material facta that did not come out during the tr al Should d the test of iivest Home Becretary Matthews will be urged to recommend the queen to grant a full and free pardon to the unfortunate woman IternHardts Joan of Arc Paris Jan 0 Bernhardls Joan of Arc is hailsd as a very great success The dungeon scene and the endeavors of the judges to show that Joan is a witch arc especially vigorous aud dramatic The impersonation is based ujion the lima j of Bastion Le Page that the heroine was subject to halluci nations M Gounod has expressed himself as en clumted with Bernhardt Reception to Talmae tantixople Jan 6 A public reception was tendered Rev T DeWitt Tamage D D and Mrs Talmage of Brooklyn here Friday by Uaited States Minister Hirsch Amour than present ran Minister Hirs h Consul General Sweeney the netabsTB of the American college and many promujent visitors and residents of ths city incuding a large number of ladies Wreck on the INiiama Railroad Panama Jan 6 A collison occurred Thursday night at Sm Pabk on the Panama railroad A special train having on board A L Rives the general superin- Â¬ tendent of road ran into a freight train The engineers of two trains are believed to be mortally wounded and Mr Rives and six other persons were injured mora or less seriously Rattle Retween Chinese and Fnrmorans 6 Reports received London Jan from Shanghai are that an exiioditionary force of Chinese fought the natives near Takow in the Inland of Formosa and 10J of the Chinese and 400 of the For mosans were killed Minister Reldi Vacation Paris Jan 6 The repoit that Minister Read is about to go to America is on his pi his annual vacation of sixty days at home lie will not leave here however before February at the earl Not Mnrdere Hut Short Bloominhtox 111 Jan 4 On the Patterson a con- Â¬ night of Dec 24 M tractor of Decatur 11L who was buildings at the new sold irphans home near tii city disappeared with SSOO and it was believed he had been waylaid and murdered The murder theory i Beet beta and it turns our Hoits aggre financial entanglements gating nearly 20 oo have been begun against him by creditors in din cities and many more expijcted to be begun Blaze In a State University MnrtrjUTOUS Jan 4 Al 10 ocloek red in Frida in budding of the itate university The sponded and after an hours hard fighting obtained control of th loss will le confined mostly to the roof and upper part of the building It was a narrow escape for the whele building No students were in the lance at the time Two thousand dollars wdl cover the loss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ probable that a conflict may occur Jan i the day on which will be held the n for city oScers of Jackaon A circular letter appeared Thursday from the Republicans which has materially nl the breach between the two paitiee and it would require but a trifle to bring about serious trouble The more conservative men of lxth sides bow ever are endeavoring to bring about a better feeling and are advising temperate utterance and deprecating acts not in every wav consstent with the law Â¬ Jv - Jan 4 It is not im FRIGHTFUL A WRECK Passenger Train Goes Through a llriil je Into a Creea IIoikton Tex Jan 4 A dispatch from GiddingS says that frightful wreck occurred flan Thursday night to train No 33 on the Arkansas Pass road The train is the regular n irthboand passeu ger When about B mile north of Shiner she whole train was precinitated into the creek by the bridge givhg way from Giddings and Relief has gon Yoakum but as all telegraph ollices are closed ao particulars as to loa of life can be obtained as yet GIVEN UP FOR LOST The Schooner Vetnrla With Fourteen given up as lost She had a crew of nine men and there wre five passengers aboard all fishermen The Rare Arouail the Woriil New York Jan 4 Miss Pisland who is traveling around the world to see how quickly she can make tha trip left Nellie Bly Colombo Ceylon Tuesday who is circling the gloV in the opposite direction from Miss liislnn was due at Tokohona Thursday but whether she reached there on time is not known at present Negro Found Hanging to a Tree SiiitEVElvnT La Jan 4 Last Tuesday morning Henry Holmes a negro was found hanging to a tree m the Belle vue and Shreveport road in Bossier parish He was a desiierate character and had been guilty or many offenses He recently shot a well known citizen of ier 1 -- Stul nu lliartl New York Jan 4 The schooner Veturia hence Sent 7 for Madeira is Â¬ At the Petroleum Exchange election Thursday a board of directors pronouncedly in favor of re turniig to the old system of dealing and abolishing the future system was elect ed The contest was one of the most ex- Â¬ citing ever held by the exchange A Brakeman Killed Â¬ No More Oil Pittsburg Jan 4 Future BOCTB FiiAMrxaHAM Mass John Hilton aged 30 of Mansfield a brakeman was crushed to death Thursday iu the Old Colony railroad yard Idle making up a train His in uere wholly internal there not being a mark on his body Â¬ Jan 4 To Be Reinstated WaSBTaxmal Jan 6 Walker Blaine siid Friday that Chief Clerk Lee of the would be removed duiiartment soon and Sevillon A Brown his prede- reinstateu air Brown nas oeen red in real estate during Mr Lees incumbency No lizzie Brennan under indictment for murder for poisoning her son Thomas r at Holyoke for his life in- the county jail in this from Brights dis ase city j iiiMucr Douglas Dearborn Lost Springfield Trial on Garth Mass Jan 4 Mrs Columbia river Jan 4 The Mer- hero has ooner Do Port Blakeley for in bottom up in the re i Axo Ixit 46 Vi i isvvii Hotel in Cau refer to erected in ng WI 65 4 Per Day success fully According to rooms jsville Mt Turkish and Russian Bali Dwiiij- 81 Hotel Rates250 to Another Warrant for Iouderly vnton Pa Jan 4 Wednesday a constable in thi warrant for the arrest of M n Ed- man lluctilaru nominated for Senator y Jan 4 The 1 an afterby - lmly DIscnss the Recent Trouble In Uarnwell County S C Columbia S C Jan 4 Pursuant to a call iisued a few days ago by promi Area Product and Value of Occurs on the West Side oi the nent negroes in Charleston for a meeting tho Principal Caraals of the leading colored men of the state Sierra Nevada- to discuss the recent wholesale lynching in Dam wtill a representative gathering STATEMENT FOR DECEMBER of colored men was called to order A At Least Seven Lives Known Wednesday night in Westerly Methodist Episcopal church in this city lien H to Have Been Lost Acreage t VTheat Is Two snd On J Lee of Charleston and Preston A E The Tenth Fer Cent Greater Than Last Hampton of the Colored Fair associaA Still Greater Increase in Others May lie Hurled iu the Urlft Four tion w re among then present Year On a notice of only three days twenty-Duellings and a Catholic Church De Other Washington Dispatches Csrn out of thirty four counties were YasHINot HI Jan 4 Th December molished by the Enormous Weight cl six represented Gen Lee addnssed the report of the deuertramt of arriculture Snow It Is Feared Auother Avalanche Convention and said they had net there Greater Tiian This is About to Descend to ask the whites to join with them in eon sins a detailed statement of the eti-ms of the prin ipil cereals by states went lug order He wanted it under Into the Yalley The st sh that this was no indignation meet- including ana product and vulu Sierra City Ca Jan 6 An enor- ing it was simply to ask the report area ot corn 7HU9iil anas mous quantity of snow suddenly thuncitizens of both races to work to Hpir rata an increase of - 2 pet cent dered down tli mountain side here Fri- Â¬ gethn The wheat ov r the acreage of day bearing everything before it anl Resolutions adopt e condemning tht i1 10 per 9 acres is I 128 causing the doathof at least seven per- Â¬ taking of human hfe in any way other than th aggregate for sons For a day or two past fears had than iu the vindication of the honor and Cent greater of acreage gives a small Tiie revision T been entertained that a huge mass of integrity of the state as odious to all just area in Iowa Nebniki Oregon and and upright men Such action was only snow which had accumulated at what larger brea 1th in Ua hington and a is known as Butts flume might give justifiable when done for the preserva tion of human life and the sanctity of K ma is and Dak ta Dairying and meat way should a further fall take place ion have for j ears b cn encroach home They advise the members of the The weather had however remained race to remain quiet and let the proper ing an wh el growing on the eastern side of the great spring wheat blt as clear and people were slowly becoming authorities vindicate the law Wide former reports have shown A second set of resolutions dwell upon reassured Km the devotion of tin negro to the whites fluctuations in breadth of wheat Had No Tim to Escape sas Illinois and other states occurring befOn noon Friday h m ever tho during the war condemned the news Jlist from year hi year an the result of vari- Â¬ citizens suddenly heard a subdued rush- Â¬ papers for advocating the separation of able meteorological condition Ecothe races denied that there was the ing sound as if f a strong wind among slightest danger of an insurrection of the nomic considerations especially changes trc On looking up toward Butts negroes m Barnwell or any other part of in market valueof also affect peculiarly wheat flume they saw their danger and every the state and strongly advised the ne Â¬ the distribution The acreage of oats is placed at 27 1k1v took to flight Than in the im- groes to al andoii Harnweil county and CUi other lawless sections and move to other per centacres an increase of les than 2 mediate trjek of the landslide however parts of the state where the laws are ob eshad not sufficient time to make th ir The j ield p 9 acre of corn is very cape and of these seven were over- Â¬ served neailv twenty even bushels or LI whelmed Is THE FUR SEAL MONOPOLY hss than the prodnt The Victims and is the largest rate of 17 Companr Will yield since 1880 The largest Yields an The Alaska Commercl The victims are as follows Have Competition in Kidding wi st of the Misjssipi Iowa taking first Mrs Rich with her little son and Jrn 4 The Alaska rank in aggregate produced and yield Sn riM i daughter Commercial company will have lively per icre WUMHJ000 bushels and Miss Ryan of Downieville titiou in bids for the fur sea ler ticre Mrs J T Mooney and daughter Tl e yield per acre of wheat is nearly monopoly Ik sides the newly organized Miss Ethel Langton 129 bushes or one tenth of a bushel North American Commercial company The Enormous Force EL J Baldwin better known as ineater than the Novenilier average of 11 The force of the snowslide was so is likelv to Ik- in the field iu connection yield per acre The variation from the currant expectation of the hist six great that big trees in its path were with other capitalists When asked about the rumor to that months is not over 1 per cent The anapped like twigs Four houses wen total product as estimated is 490560000 crushed flat and the Catholic church was elTeet Mr Baldwin seal oats I am trying to organize a company bushels The product ofof 27 is1 751515 ruins also reduced to bushels 00 i lishels at the rate whit h will bid against the Alaska Death List May Be Increased mercial company which will attempt to per s are secure the privileges of capturing seals P sides those whoso names Tie aggregate of all cereals is about given several were caught by the land in Behring sea VVe have not yet per- Â¬ 3 5 0 000 Lushefa or at least 5o Biidcand one Chinaman and a Utile girl manently organized however and I pre- Â¬ bu hets per capita are still buried It is not known whether fer not to give any names until we have Taking Step Ainst Iepror they are dead Several others were in- done so Several of those I expect to WashinoTon Jan 4 Th president join are now out of town Probably and Secretary wmdosn in view of the jured Two of the victims were alive norhing will e fined until early next when dug out of the snow but died bat leprosy i prevalent in several week c luntries w ith which we have consiant very soon At other company hn been formed ciniiicrcial intercourse have called Fears of Another Avalanche I but its trr- to be inter on General Hamilton into consul It is feared that another tremendous viewed on the su1 tat ion with a view to preparing suitable bank of Snow near Putts flume may tions to keep out the deadly con BIG BUILDING ASSOCIATION give way Should it do so still greatei These regulation which is disease is certain to ensue disaster It Is Intended to Kmorace the Whole Country How it Wilt Work HEAVY RAINS Buffalo K Y Jan 4 There is al shall be admitted to entry by any offi Reported from Missouri Rivers Over movement on foot to organize a Nation cer of the customs until the master owner or authorized agent of the vessel Their Banks Mueh liamago Done al Loan and Saving ition with produce a certificate from the St Louis Jan 6 The following was headquarters at Buffalo and branch offi- - shall Basket or quarantine otfiers at health Piedreceived Saturday afternoon from ces in several northern an i eastern cities the pari of entry or nearest United The capital will be 80000000 J W - quarantine officer mont Mo that no persi n f The heaviest rains have prevailed in Woodruff of this city and Mr Fane of affected with leprosy was on board theÂ¬ this section Black river Ls higher than Iowa an the projecton The idea lata said renal when admitted to free pra Imv ns sixty cents a tique or in can a leper was found on it has been for fifteen years and covers all the bottom lands on either side to a share for shares of stock of 1100 each boird such vesel that he or she with his depth of from four to ten feet Every Every depositor must take at least two baggage has been removed from the ves farm is entirely inundated fences washed shares niking the lowest depit 120 sel nod detained at the quarantine ht tion The B inentk OO two shares away and much stock destroyed r cent at the Interest is paid at 10 S and Me heal officn in command mills of the Wayne Lumber company least This is madi possible by the cum- - of United States quarantines are hereby located on the river four miles south of obtained by this place were entirely under water pounds interest will be placed the invest instructed to taia any person affected which mostly in with leprosy found ou board any vessel They lost much of their lumber the west Shareholders can honour on but such officer will permit the depar Railroad Traffic Suspended their stock up to iO iier cent of their de- - ture m outgoing v ssels of p rsons do A trestle 150 feet long was washed out posits and pay the same rate of interest at quarantine in pursuam e of of the railroad track five miles south to the association that outside Inn rowers this regulation provided sti h vessel and no trains have passed eitina way pay A meeting will be bead to con shall be bound to the foreign country for foity eight hours There are now summate the organization of theassocia- - from which the said leper shall have la t in f Piedmont thirty carloads of passen tion saili d gt rs waiting to lie carried south most of Land Otflee Decision One Sentence Commuted Two Refused have been here thirty six hours tlem Washington Jan 4 land CommisTsajmnrrrr Jan 4 Tlie president Almost BRBBSa Out umiuted the sentence of Alfonzo Every hotel private boarding house sioner Croff has rendered a decision upon and restaurant his been taxed to its ut- Â¬ the application of Janus W Barry of Evaagehata convicted Of passing coun1 ak S land district to terfeit money in Pennsylvania and senmost to feed the hundreds of people that the Fargo have been dumped into this place the transmute under Section 2 of the act of tence Oct lu 1888 to two years im Â¬ 1968 liis pre emption filing for prisonment Mai li so as to have his sentence last two days a quarter aectionaf land made Oct IS expire March I I8B0 He denied pardons Greenville Reported Under Water This filing was rejected by the to Henry B Metcalf convicted in Colo Â¬ It was rumored on the streets Friday ottoeca on the ground that rado of raising a pension check from 1S that the St Francis was out of its banks local land of tid act Barry had 20 and sentenced July 12 and the water three feet deep in the title to a tract of land of three vears in tho penitentiary aud LeoÂ¬ i streets of Greenville which he had ma le entry under the pold BrenheM sent mvd List November al law The commissioner re to four BBOnts imprisonment and 1000 UNLIKE THE EAST vi srs the evidence and the law learing fire for violating the internal revenue Very Cold Weather and Heavy S1IIWupon the case and sustains the decision laws in North Carolina Reported from the West of the loal olficers holding that having Sacramento Cal Jan 6 Tlie fall perfected title to 168 acna af land under Iuer se ill Internal Revsnno Collections Washington Jan 4 A statement of snow in the Sitrra Nevada moim- - the homestead law Barry cannot lie al- Â¬ by Internal Revenue Commis tains along the line of the Central Pacific lowed to transmute liis pre emption fil- Â¬ prepared Sfasoa shows that during the first railroad according to reports received ing five months of the current fiscal year the There is sixteen here is unprecedented Montanas Muddle Still Imleelded Cole tions of internal revenue aim tinted feet on the level at Summit and twelve 178933 or an increase over the Chicago Ds o 31 A Tribune special feet at Emigrant Gap The road has from Helena Mont avs Tliis week corresponding five months of the last been kept oomjiaratively clear by the a iii prolably see a solution of the politThe principal Cecal year rf tStJstSi Use of the immense rotary plows of the ical difficulty items of increase were Spirits 3321 Both parties were cau There has been but little in Â¬ company 1021091 777 tormented tobacco Â¬ terruption to travel thus far tliis winter cusing all day yesurda- but no agree liuuors78145 The receipts for Noment wis readied The Semite irreThe recent fall of snow however has vember L88B were 1045831 more than blocked the road in some parts Eastern spective of pasty is onfavor of a com in No- ember I8n Tii BO an the contrary trains are overdue two days but are eJt promiset listen to anytlung of the kind will in days riected to reach here in few A GERMAN SHIP WRECKED Rumors of a Wreck As Low as 33 Below iu Montana Peri Ind Deo 31 It is rumored Heroic Effort of a Steamers Crew to Save Helena Mont Jan 6 Thursday that a Pan Handle express was wrecked the People on Board so far this season night was the coldest Halifax N S Dec 31 The st ana-near Kwkomo Ind and that three iht- in Vontana the thermometer going as BOUB were killed and several injured ship Nestorian Capt France from Glas low at some points as 3 5 degrees below Latep It is now learned that the gow which has just arrived hen re There is but little snow reported iu east- Â¬ baggagemaster on the ports on the norning of Deo 18 in lati- Â¬ ern and central Montana but there is fireman and Handle train Wreckednorth near tude 5115 north longitude 23 14 wept some delay to traffic in the western part bound Pan were killil vatterlogged ship of the state Considerable suffering is Kokonio were burned and that several of she si dated the Shakespeare of Bremen Capt Miller already reported on some of the ranges the cars which sailed from Hamburg Oct 25 though confined to limited areas After the Lynchers bowsprit her mizw n Charleston S C Dec 31 Colored Only jtbbooiii were lower mast while her Delayed All Trains standing and people in tM vicinity of Barnwell S bulwarks were badly BUsBshed hei Seattle Wash Jan 6 The overland trains are all delayed in eastern are actively engaged in elforts to bring marly unroofed and everything movemob that shot the eight negroes to able aliout the deck except the larger Northern the Washington by snow storms The governor will instruct the boat washed Pacific trains are aliout eighteen hours justice The crew were collections late The weather is the coldest known attorney general to assist andchurches to huddled together aft each man lashed are taken up in the colored here for years a life jacket A reward of 5200 for to The Nestorian signalled that she would defray expenses Business Suspended at Dead wood each of the lynchers is offered stand bv them and as no boat could ha Dead wood S Dak Jan 6 Tho lowered she steamed up and let ou thermometers registered 28 degrees be- Â¬ Influenzas Deadly Work in Paris half inch line which was caught and a low zero here Friday morning the cold- Â¬ Paris Dec 31 M Rothchila has larger line haul d to the wreck and tied est of the winter Business is practically munici to the mbacenmaat but a sudden gale to suspended owing to the intensity of the presented 100000 francs the the relief of the swept the vesseLs apart and snapped tho polity to be devoted to cold Una At daylight the sea was so heavy poor of Paris afllicted with influenza The weather is now fine There were that the attempt to get another line to Held for Further Particulars The seas New York Jan 4 Luis Cortez sec-- 243 deaths in Paris Tuesday from all the wreck was abandoned over the wrecks hull and fully There 414 Monday retnry of the municipal council of Ha- - causes fourths of the time she was en vanna who was arrested on arriving were twenty two deaths in the Rue under water Just before dark here lhursday night charged with em- - Bruot alone Tuyiay ile subsided a little and the Nesto- Â¬ be lenient of jiJ oJ000 was yesterday December Deb Reduction rian got a line to the ship and prepared arraigned before United States Commis- g on her all night but at midnight It is estimae WUHUMIlOY Dec fti Lyman and remanded to await at the treasury department that the re- Â¬ the gale backed to the westward and in- Â¬ fur her instruct his from Cuba day- Â¬ denies the charge made and none of the duction of tlie Nauonal debt for Decem- Â¬ creased and the line parted At sight 000 This will break the ship was no longer in missing bonds or money with which he ber will be sjoul The Nestorian r the last six from the steamer is accredited with having stolen were and forthe searched for her until noon of the 20th found in ids possession 1253 The Sardinian from Liverpool has The re-Â¬ Prospects for a New Cronlri Trial duction for the calendar year 1888 was also also arrived and reports that on Dec 22 in lat 5421 N long 20o7 W Chicaco Jan 4 A letter from Judge 181538143 The seas iuell who is iu the country she jxissed the Shakesdeare licaliou for a new trial in the were making a clean break over There Judee Stewart Dead aboard and the Cronin can will be taken up by him no Portage Wis Dec 31 Alva Stew- Â¬ boat seensigns of life Monday Jan 13 and that he will devote from the Nestorian was gone art Judge of the Ninth judicial circuit that the crew a week to hearing the motions leads to died at th- Corning took to it when the Nestorian disap- Â¬ Nejro State Fair ght of pneumonia Judge peared As the weather has continued i had Columbia S C Jan 4 The first ox- en tlie entire ships crew down a the bench of this circuit twenty is probably lest Altogether than arc years as One Roaster Life Insurance Agent Wanted about 600 entries again t overtiOOOat Kansas Wheat Crop Uninjured IV stat Sioi n Ft the regular state fair Judged by the ToFbbTA Dec 31 Secretary Kan elethe nd set for the wl tate board of agriculture Mohle fair is an utter failure But as iat he does not a enterprise its a in will be of ish it ury to tho Kansas wh passed over and the wh blizzard 3 than it opens with wheal ver 1001 lobars as Clothier Asiigns F Death of a Pnlladelphia Divine rations in this Wfjjjngton Kan Dec 31 Bruns- Â¬ Phit rnripniA Jan 0 Rev ivoocn tlie state a I road wick of t Coinnanv clothiers have a r ajagiga ny will b Â¬ Â¬ -t Â¬ Â¬ g 1 1 1 j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- A mm COLORED COUNCIL kintal c M 8T0p flND REflD 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS -- CONSISTING OF Clll Newmarkets Cloth ad M Jackets AND CLOTH SACQUES 500 PAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES iJt In 1 were sent to me to be sold on commission It was left to me to make what ever price I think will sell them therefore I ha Â¬ CUT THE LIFE BUT OF PRICES I rSSitLeigoods Â¬ and will say the prices I make on tii will be equal to 50 cents on the dollar Â¬ now is von chanci WILL COME IN AND SEE THEM NOT LAST LONG AT THE PRICES j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COME IN AND LOOK -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 H J STRENG 110 -- - WEST MAIN STREET - RODE SD ALE NOW ON THE MARKET THE KODESDALE ADDITION SOLD ONLY To GOOD IEOlIE NONE WILL BE ELSE NEED APPLY LOIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Tweny Five Dollare cash balance io install Will Is solo on followim terms ments of Jloii on Saturday of each week lo be paiil to Dr W G While tfeere tary of be Richmond B a L Ooroor ition who will receipt fir the now No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiration of 14 months from date of sale thereafter G pr c nt will be charged on the pur chase money remaining unpaid Hy ibis method p irties can buy an a good lot nl a small price on easy term- - without interest and tree ol city tax Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay for it In the very near future ibis prop nth wilhoul feeling the burden tniicb more than it is now s lling at The city is rapidiv extending in ibat F r further information call rectum and will ultimately altsorb Roilesdale on W G Wiiitk E SX Wiuuins or Stkimiicn D Pakkisii Richmond Ky Â¬ j 48- - Â¬ Â¬ my WALL PAPER Our Grand Clearance Sale of Wall Paper was a iierfect suceese -- FOR RENT PRIVATELY Tlie Stables and Grasson County Fair rent privately lor tlie year ISnX - 1 Because we bad made up our mind In sell every roll of the Ut seasons ieimkIs no matter at what price they bad o Brown BlanKs went at 5 cents to sro the finest Emiosed Golds nt 15 cents They all Went be last roll of hem Consequently we have W IE3I 2 Left pj for There are FOUR STABLES And Sixty Box Stalls and the beat HALF MILE TRACK i No OlflGooils BIT SIMPLY A Al o a nice CO IT III be State Apply at once to of five nana M B ARBUCXiJB Secy Madison County Fair Association 7 TREMENDOUS STOCK Of 30 - ItflGW GOODS i hMJFlsMnlE ntisstHKllVw REE j be cheapest to ihe finest hand goods iu endless varieties and at uiade Prices lw3r Than Era srelil4 sMrlBM toahosr oeard of in Ibis or any other city in the Uniuu aud iemeuiler ani Rtatfebrs anl Wa eJ a want saini We Will Not Be Undersold iu the land The public gen- erally are invited to inspect good aud Your obedient wr van t prices by ao SETTLE UP aana There is buried in one of the Philadelphia Frida ts 66 years old Illy at rung disastrous train City Am le 31 At a bull Yo A Professional View wifs of Mr Wacksstend GEO Bl WILLG1NG Jan on a lecturing tour of eight 6 Decorator in Paint and Paper wtbtspo eV - 4 ff o 1 W V - - ifi II W 17 1I I1 A VOLUME III U S RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8 1890 Govt Reiort Aug 1889 BARONETS WIFE I Report 7olJil 1 - Sh J L gu rr NUMBER 30 luhot of ill ii leavening Tower He Comes to America for Her but She It ef uses to Return Bruce Austin an intelligent well bred To Assassinate the lmuerial Scotch woman reached this city some months ago and Ucame a domestic She Family of Russia was very melancholy and being found weeping one day told her story She of Francsi Notorious Nihilist Leader Ar- Â¬ married sirScotland Austin a baronetbut Aberdeen two years ago on aeeount of ill treatment left him and rested at Warsaw came to this country bringing her lal The child died She wtswithout Documents Implicating Peifont High In and she family assisted her with money means MM Czars Favor Found on Hi Person lo have the babe buried Acting upon aaaattaaol Humor from Spain Mrs their advices she wrote Sir Francis He Maybrieks I riends Working Hard to ansae here to see her He went to Olney had the childs body exhumed and M illrr Her I aiiion Talmag in Col it to New York He then returned stantlnople Foreign Notes home and is now trying to get his wife London Jan 6 The arrest of the to return to Scotland with him but she refoa notorious Nihilist leader Mens at Susil n prmluotive of dis MISSIONARY STEAMER LOST closures far lPurt turtlinir than any of In Storm on the Coast of British Colnm- the alarming revelations v liich have bla No Liven Reported Lost come to the police within he last few VnToilA H C Jan 4 Intelligence days appalling an Oaey have been is just received here from Kitkatlah Iaiuains Kvideice liarixir in the northern part of this proFrom batten ami docum nts found vince that the little missionary steamer led in nJsdorhiov the mist damn there ins eviilem e is ohtaimtal aiinst many Glad Tidings was cast ashore Details 15 m hiLh in irmfrtaJ favor and during a heavy gale Dec is authority contemplating not the assis are meagre and at present itof unknownit any loss sinatior of the czar alone hut the mur- Â¬ whether there wasIt is believedlife butlad J is thongbt der of tin enlire reigning family as well Tiding will not a total loss The the lie steamer Many Conspirators Arrested was lying at anchor when the gale came Alrea ly many of the conspirators have on She was not able to get up sufliieiit been taken into ooatody and those still at steam to hold her own Her cables partlarge are nskter espionage cr lx atg tracked ed and she went ashore The craft had by relentleaa police ofhcials to the end of been doing good work civilizing the Intheir lodgment in prison whence they dians along the north shore She was will aim 1st cirtainfv go to t leir death the home of the Rev Mr Crosby who Several of the implicated ponona were had devoted himself to that work apprehiiiilnl while attempting to leave TAKEN BY MISTAKE the country Valise Containing S150O00 Mistaken for LATEST FROM SPAIN ii Sample Case Returned Correspondents Seem to Have devolutions St Lon Jan 4 C R Smith travou Haud Beady for eling BBjIeenaan for ru eastern house London Jan 6 The country from liis valise containing 190000 in Which the mn t startling umors are bonds and other negotiable securities launche1 just now is Spain Two or from bis room at the Southern hotel three niw milisatliei US firmed there Tuesday bight It was learned that J daily if one can befare eiiiitilnt corre M McUiory another eastern salesman BHinilents and revolutions ire kept on had taken it by mistake for his own tap to lie produced when a new sub- Â¬ sample ease which it strongly resem scriber i demanded Mr Smith was greatly alarmed bled This is lite Latest and spent a good deal of money in tele- Â¬ The last story is that the late lire at grams trying to lean Mr McQloryi Before he had located the opera boose sapp eedly dne to the whereaboata misaianagem tri of the electrical light-in- - him however Mefilory had discovered npperatae was a snardenma plot to his mistake and had shipped the valise create a panic during which the qneen back from Kansas Sty When it reached regent and the Infanta Isaxila were to Smith he found its valuable contents in be got rid of by personal endeavor if lire tacs and smoke proved insufficient The COLLAPSE OF A TRESTLE Clericals and Liberals have teised upon casipn to dilate up n each inherent Tvro Workmen Killed and Twenty In- wickedness with as much zest as if they Jurcd in Alabama be lieved the story BrnrjraXHsAM Ala Jan 4 A frightThis is the fendney of Republicanism ful accident occurred Thursday iuorn cry the former and may be taken as an ing resulting in the death of two men instance of what terrible deeds the Beds On the Hw capable of The latter faction charge and injury of twenty others the clergy with desiring ti remove the Bri rli II Btofon and Birmingham rail forty miles south of this city an mother of the you- - king l ecause she is r trestle about 20U feet long a foreigner and cuinot be rtile ly the priesthood as readily as is thought de- Â¬ and from twenty five to fifty feet high fell carrying down with it twenty three sirable carpenters who were at work on the Has a Will or His Own The foundations had not The mind of the infant monarch must structure been properly seoanod and without a be formed while it is sufficiently plastsa warning the structure went Already the young sprig of royalty moments down with a crash Carl Clark and shows tendencies toward independence David J Webb were killed and twenty and self will and there i3 great dan others sutfireil bruises broken legs ribs he is not Placed at oice under and arms and several of them may die that if proper guardianship he can never be sufficiently imbued with that unquesTROUBLE LOOKED FOR tionable submission to the church which At the Comlni Municipal Flection at should be the pre eminent cluracteristic Jackson Miss of the good kinjrs of Spain Jackson Miss Jan 4 It is not imTestimonial to Stanley probable that a conflict may occnr Jan LOKDOX Jin ft Reprisoitatives of i the day on which will lie held the colony in London held a election fcr city officers of Jackson A the Amri ai mmtrnrj Friday and decided to pwacfM circular letter appeared Thursday from Hernial SO Henry M Si iiie the the Republicans which has materially African explorer ujion his arrival here increased the breach between the two The fenatimonial will lv a saptrb electro potties and it would require but a trifle eilver shifStl bearing in its center the to biinir shout serious trouble The more coat of arms of the United States Em conservative men of lxith sides bow hlaaened on panels aroond this center ever are endeavoring to bring about a iaoe will be representations of the chief better feeling and are advising temper- Â¬ incidents Stanleys career ate utterance and deprecating acts not in every wav cons sunt with the law Want a Pardon for Mrs Maybrick London Jan 6 New and energetic FRIGHTFUL WRECK efforts are m mule hereby the friends of Mrs Itaybrick on her Ixhalf and A rasseiiKr Train Goes Through a Hrid c Into a Creek have already result d in the bringing t HOOBTOX Tex hght of many material facbH that did Jan 4 A dispatch not come out daring the trial Should from Giddings says that frightful wreck these stand the tost of investigation occurred there Thurs lay night to train Home Secretary Mattlwara will be urged Xo 33 ou the Arkansas Pass road The g an a full to recommend the quean to is n irthhouud passen and free pardon to the unfortunate train the regular ger When ahead a mile north of Shiner woman she whole train was precipitated into Itiirnliarilts loan of Arc the creek by the bridge giriag way Pans Jan 6 Bernhardts Joan of Relief has gon from Giddings and Arc is liail d as a very great success Yoakum but as all telegraph offices are The dungeon scene and the endeavors of closed no particulars as to lo is of life can the jatdgea to show that Joan h a witch be obtained as yet are especially rigorous and dramatic GIVEN UP FOR LOST The impersonation is baaed upon the theory of Haatian Le Page tliat the The Schooner Veturia With Fourteen heroine was subject to hallucinations If Stmls ou Iliard Qonood has expressed himself as en Haw York Jan 4 The schooner chaased with Bernhardt Veturia hence Sept 7 for Madeira is Reception to Talmage given up as lwt She had a crew of nine Constantinople Jan 6 A public nun and there were five passengers reception was tendered Rev T DeWitt aboard all fishermen Tamage I 1 and Mas Tilmage of The Kace Around the World Brooklyn here Friday by Uni1ed S New York Jan 4 Miss Pisland Minister Hirsch Aaaons those jiresent were Minister Hirsi h tuiisu ieiieral who is traveling around the world to see Sweeney the members of the American how quickly she can make th trip left Nellie Bly college and many prominent visitors Cohan ho Ceylon Tuesday and residents of this city including a who is circling the gloV in the opposite direction from Miss liiskmd was due at large number of ladies Yokohonaa Thursday but whether she Wreck on the Inunu Railroad reached there on time is nof known at Panama Jan 6 A collision occurred i Thursday night at San Pablo on the PanNegro Found Hanging to a Tree ama railroad A sjie ial train having on Shueveport La Jan 4 Last Tuesooarn laves me general superintendent of road ran into a freight train day morning Henryto Holmes a nerro a tree outhe Belle The engineers of two trains are believed was found hanging to be mortally wounded and Mr Rives vue and Shrereport road in Bossier parHe and six other jn rsons snare injured more ish been was a desperate character and had guilty of many offenses He or less seriously recently shot a well known citizen of Battle Uetireen Chinene and Fnrntoran Bossier Iindon Jan 6 BesMSte received o More Oil Futures from Shangiai are that an expnlitionary PnTSBCRO Jan 4 At the Petroleum force of Chinnse fought the nattres near Takow in the Island of I ornosa and Exchange election Thursday a board of directors pronouncedly in favcr of re-10 of the Chinese and 400 of the For turciig to the old system of dealing and mosans were killed abolishing the future system was elect MlnUter Relda Vacation ed The contest was one of the most exParis Jan 6 The report that Minis- citing ever bald by the exchange ter Reid is about to go to Anerica is A ltrakeuiun Killed mend his annual based on his pn TI FRAMINaHAM Mas Jan 4 vacation of sixty days at home He wil on aged 30 of Mansfield a not leave here however lief ore Februl was crushed to death Thurs ary at the cari day m the Old Colony railroad yard Not Blurdernd Itu Short idle making up a train His in 111 w holly internal there not BLOOMlNfiTox Jan 4 -- On the being a mark on his body night of Dec 4 If i Patterwm a of Decatur I who was erect To Be Reinstated buildings at the sold new Washington Jan 6 Walker Blaine home near tois cty ierB orphans disappeared with so0 and it was be said Friday that Chief Clerk Lee of the ilwpartfiient would be removed i he had been waylaid snd mursixm and Sevillon A Brown his prede- dered The murder theory i Mr Brown has been tatisl and it tun estate during Mr n real financial Indianapolis Ind Jan 4 Kathleen ABSOLUTELY PURE ATTORNEY 1 COl KT BilKCTQRY tik F A A ET BlirAM AT YTOllNEYS No LA W IlillMcMi ifli Kentucky 3- v A ll BnrunmB BllllliliK SILLIVAV TTOHXEY A ber Judge J H Morton Attorney Chat Commonwealths Klrt Bronkton Clerk V II Miller Commissioner J R lUirnain COMMON PLEAS COl KT Third Monday CIRCl IT I UlllT in March and Septem- IRUHMOM TLA IV Kentucky c- Â¬ Mrf non j First Streel sriine us formerly lb- Miller County ul- - WELL A Second Monday in January and June third Monday in October Jude T I Scott Clerk W II Miller Commissioner h E Scott J ARTERLV COURT TTORXEY i A - T LA tV Rii antenna Secontl Street Curve Fourth Monday in January April July and October First Monday COUNTY COURT in every month OK Â¬ COURT CLAIMS DENTAL MRGERY DBVTAL SUMGBi Kentucky Rkhmond boils Ifflce Kmtth ei 10 Second Monday in July jR county A WILKES SMITH Wi M li Hi I Practice limited to dentistry M Hiiilhin Main Street 1 M Office 3- - J A DDS RICUMOXD KENTUCKY Judge John C Chennt Clerk Tnomas Thorpe Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff J V Kales Jailor J V Maupin Coroner B D Miller Surveyor It F Crooke Assessor John HcPhcrnsn Superintendent Public Schools A T Million CITY COl NCIL omens le Â¬ Mis Mayor S Collins Miullson National iffice iutn MM First Ward J J Brooks 3- lilllk Snout Ward Sam Rice Thirk Ward W B Smith W CREED D D 1 Fourth Ward J W Capeiton E Gtcenleil Clerk KENTUCKY KUXS IILE Time of meeting Fiist Tuesday night in every month Kiniiell n siitenre Kverythlnt CITY COURT 4 itiiing Ui ttie profexbiun ludge 11 C- - Rice Attorney W S MoUrley PHYSICIANS Martha J D Fewer Time of holding court First Saturday in ex cry month for civil busiiv M POYMTZ R City Treaslirtrj J Stone Walker City Collector J L Baxter pn ysicia X A XI S PC EON J Â¬ Richv iffi Kfntuck Second Street next i Whites Dro KENTUCKY CENTRAL IT 1 v EVANS - M I physiciax axd surceox Richmond - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Rote froaa Ccav tial Kentucky to All Points Noith East West and South west FAST FINK BETWEEN KPcmTslrtMtMjwcfcCTt iil Street RT J TAYLOR in Medicine and Surgery - Practitioner Rii iimumj Lexington StlietlBlr SOUTH Lve KM- Cincinnati AOV 2 Â¬ - - Km In lies Urooery ill Kffrrl 17lb No 4 Daily j ISSJ sir el uvei lurM Kx Hun No rn in No i Sun i Â¬ 1K JOHN M POSTER Ill Ys I CIA X A ND s i Ki i - - Kkmuckv lice it our mxt R run KuHMONli r ins T 1 SOBER i ci a x a xn Lva Mam and Tut s An H illllicMcl An ilieJinioiid Arr inter ill Arr i Ki hiilonil Arr si Air liv innslon KENTICKV ilMir to luvis iiKiiuiiiit Covington llilllolilll Lv niliiami An Im i Arr lainiEtoii - lM- 1 4 m pm p 111 m f p pn 545 pm p pm net ox tnT At Wines A 1 u tors lirui Sto-i- - oik rtifii Ih Iiw KamnpyVoiiriMr itlrs Ins no lie publtc fewamial m 3- NOKTII BorN Kxsuii No No 1 Daily No t slXMlTH 1 M SI CI X A XI S I RGB OX Whitehall - - - Kkniicky llC Livingston e Ik ra Arr It rli monl i a Stlllfonl Lve Lam isicr Arr Itlclllllnml Lve Kiiliiuoiil An Uincln sliT - 700 a m ni Â¬ Oflera bis profemiioaal aervtcet to the N- nl- LETCHER PHISICIA X A XD S UGB V Kentucky BMMUa K M iffi c s An Ians Ve Lexington Lve PHi- Ive ilinni Ive Ka nth Arr tov illgton I 111 205 p m ni rij 3 41s p m 540 p m 4 44 3 i in Arr lliciiinili 431 p p p p 45 pm in m ni m pm 11 MAYSVILLE BRANCH NOUTH IMHNI Dally Lx Sun a a a a a a Hi No 9 No Kx Dally Nun Smith Building Mam Street IK 28- - Lve J W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN AND S Richmond li Iv I ineiiiuiiil ovi nlon lAXlllglon - - Kenthky EON Arr MIIMaubturg Johnson SOUTH BOUND Lve Maykville JoliitMin lUIs arlise 701 800 027 651 923 1025 cliein of the human IrxIj ml line on MhIh ell lo microsotilcil mill iiisoi iis siics and tluiils - in ni in m m in 235 p in 244 pm 5c pm 5 45 pm t 2 pm 636 pm 750 pm Rio p m Dally Daily Kx Suu Kx Sun So BOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon y5 5 57 a m i 50 p m Rk mmunp lliw office over M Kentucky M HriahtV Honrs SJII to special attention isio p in women ami all diffi- iicses of as s lniienti trealeil nt a ilin- D tnves Lexington lurtiii m Arrives Paris loil a m Except Sunday HouieoiiHihic medlctiick vent to K Ni es i iiiclnnaii 5lti p in Arrives B any addreaa Kalmniilli 7iU p in Kxeept SiiiiiUy No 7 Ixiives lilinouih li mi a m Arrives Kxeept Siimluy In innall 7w a in JENNINGS A WB8I N TIIA1N NOTKH No 8 runs daily belweaa LexiiiKioti and Cincinnati No I ruusdnly Physicians and Surgeons between liicinmit and Lrxinicton New 2 ami 6 make eounee ions at Winches Kentucky Richmond M V Hy ter for polins on the N BT MPOBTAIIT Trains of this line now nr- omee Hun street over Wallace A Rices at irl from Hie Ueutral Union ahoe Ur Cincinnati initkiuu ram- for all points North Last and West E AILTZ Through Ticket sold ami ffrjfr Checked 10 any suni reached by a railroad PHYSICIAN AXD SIKCEON For full particulars adtreaa or call on any Kentucky agent of the Compiiuy or II Richmond WL K BACON Trav Hanr Agt Trav Passr Agt Office 22fy W Main Street lturnam 4 Ky 18- Ctieuault Building np sllr H K IJ MOCSK tieul Pass Agt Cincinnati U K HUNTINOTON V Pres 4 Oen Manr M BLACK K B CAIltt Agt Kilitnonl Ky Oetieral Ollices Chamlwrof Commerce ltuild- ing Cincinnati O -- 20 10 Millersburg Arr Parla t Xingtnii ingloii iiiein 1111 i I 4ariisle 649 am 7 5 am 740 a 111 835 a m oj5 am MC43 232 323 317 415 630 pm pm pm pm pm a ni Â¬ la l Â¬ Tlls Â¬ rle Â¬ leilitoa Â¬ IflL J 2h PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Rkp HotSK Kv con-ti-act- LVMAS rlHKISU W II CCNMVGHAM m Mccarty niia HewIdTery and SaleSiablB Â¬ Pluabiac dtu aad Steam Fitting i We have erected a new ami eommi All Pump Repnirini a SKHinltV Work dious Livery huh Ssle Statile corner of IcIikIm if Baaaajn kept at ii 3rd and Irvine sheets Richmond Ky iviclituoiKl leiive iriterB mi B begun and ask he public lo give us a trial MillK or W Q vVlntes lrug Store LRibency No dm by creditors i d many more esp be HORSES HITCHED OR FED I THOMAS AYHES Real Estsite and General Collecting Agency to rites AT REASONABLE BATES Saddle hdres lioiss hi j boggles hired at iow 16 15 Klaza In a State University Jan 4 At 10 oclock Hon discovered in iniver- Â¬ i Ijzzie Brennau under indictment for murder for poisoning her son Thomas Springfield Trial on Earth Mass Jan 4 Mrs IAKUiSHo INMNGIIAM the and to the ac GALT -- - HOUSE KY rtment re gponded and after an hours hnxd fightl control ol ing ob The t the roof in- and It was jiart of tli a nar time upr d nts CRAPSEY 46 Arolaitcots Wit BROWN O LOUISVILLE the loss were in the place at the Two thousand dollars urill cover ildinr The Lergest and Finest liotol in the city Another Warrant for Poodtrty SCRANTnN Pa Jan 4 Can refer to biiildings Micceeaiully According to rooms ereclel Turkish and Russian Bat Merlin 31 Hotel 6 Rates250 to Per Day warrant for the arrest of M man Powderly sworn out by Hon I Y 4 y raceive for his life in- ity jail in this from Brighfs dis ase iioo icr Ooulis Dearborn Lost Jan 4 The Mer bere has schooner Port Bla been seen bottom up in the Columbia river Ulackbora Ilrnouiiaated for Senator t Ky Jan 4 The 1 1 Ed- Â¬ Â¬ ward rant was presented to on lecturing tour The war- Dona-- ried in one of tho Philadelphia nsteries the leg of a Grand Array man i it fiOWVt T MEN IN COUNCIL lmly Discuss the Recent Troubles in Barnwell County S C Columbia S C Jan 4 Pursuant to a call iisued a few days ago by promi- of nent negroes in Charleston for a meeting Area Product and Value Occurs on the West Side ot tho Principal C jreals of the leading colored men of the state L Sierra Herada to discuss the recent wholesale lynching fan Barnwell a representative rathering STATEMENT FOR DECEMBER of colored men Urns called to order A At Least Seven Lives Known Wednesday night in Westerly Methodist Episcopal church in this city Gen to Have Been Lost The A create of Wheat Is Two and J Let of Charleston and Preston A E Teurh Per Cent Greater Than Hampton of the Colored Fair associaA Still Greater Increase In Others May Be Buried in the Drift Four tion w va amor those present Tear On a notice of only three days twenty-Dwellings and a Catholic Church De Corn Other Washington Diipatchv cut of thirty four counties were WasIIINMT in Jan 4 Th December molished by the Enormous Weight ol six represent d Gen Lee addnssed the of the dspartnraat of agriculture Sncw It Is Feared Another Avalanche convention and said they hail met there Greater Than This is About to Descend to ask the whites to join with them in con aina a detailed stat iment of the ontf-preserving order He wanted it under in t s of the pvin ip-il cereals by states Into the Valley area product Sierka City Cat Jan 6 An enor- sl siit that this was no indignation meet- including area of corn and rahaa The ing was simply to ask the reported mous quantity of snow suddenly thun las citizens of both races to work to- - represents an moreens of 2 2 per cent dered down she mountain side here Fri- Â¬ gether The wheat over rhe acreage of i 1 day bearing everything before it an lrtions adopted condemning tho acreage 0123 SW a res is 10 per causing the death of at least seven per- Â¬ taking of human life in any way otlitr for 1888 sons For a day or two past fears had than in the vindication of the honor and cent greater than th ammgltT The revision of aercav gives a small r o ity of the staie as odious to all just been entertained that a huge ni and upright men Such action was only area in Iowa Nebni kv Oregon and snow which had accumulated at what Washington and a larger breaJth in is known a Butts Inane might give justifiable when done for the preserva- Â¬ K nana and Dak ta Dairying and meat tion of human life and the sanctity of way should a further fall take place home They advise the members of the pro hi ion biv- for years h en encroachThe weather had however remained ing on wh it growing on aha eastern race to remain quiet and let the proper siiie of the greet spring wheat belt as clear and people were slowly becoming authorities vindicate the law Wide former reports have shown A second set of reactntiona dwell upon reassured Â¬ the devotion of the nero to the whites fluctuation- - in breadth of wheat in KanHail No Time to Escape sas Hinois and other states occurring before BOOB Friday h nvever tho during the war condemned the news from year to year ar- the result of var i Just ciiizens suddenly heard a subdued rush- Â¬ papers for advocating the separation irf able meteorological conditions EcoÂ¬ the races denied that there wm the ing sound as if f a strong wind among slightest danger of an insurrection of the nomic considerations especially changes trees On looking up toward Butts negroes in Barnwi 11 or any other part of In market vue also affect pwuliarly flume they saw their danger and everythe state and strongly advised tile ne Â¬ the distribution of wiieat The acreage of oats is placed at body txk to flight Those in the imgroes to a audi ii Barnwell county and acres an increase of le s than J other lawless sections and move to other mediate tra- - k of the landslide however parts of the state where the laws are ob per cc it eshad not sutlicient liBM to make thir The j ield p r acre of com is very cape and of these seven were over- Â¬ Srved nearly twenty seven bushels or 11 whelmed THE FUR SEAL MONOPOLY bushels li ss than the produThe Victimand is the largest rate of The Alaska Commercial Company Will yield since 1880 The la r st yields are The victims are as follows Have Cimctltion in Bidding wi st of the Mississippi Iowa taking- - first Mrs Rich with her little son and San Francisco Jan 4 The Alaska rank ii aKzrezute produced and yield daughter Commercial company will have lively per acre HHju0Ou bushels and 3 Miss Ryan of Downieville per acre Competition in bids for the fur Mrs J T Mooiiey and daughter 11 yield per acre of wheat i nearly monopoly Besides the newly organized Miss Ethel Langton 129 bushels or one teuth of a bush North American tommercial company The Eiiirinons Force greater than the Novemlier verage of E J Baldwin better known as Lucky The force of the snowslido was so is likely to Is- in the field in connection yield ier acre The variation from the ix currant expectation of the great that big trees in its pith were with other capitalists When asked about the rumor to that months is not over 1 per cent The snapped like twigs Four houses were total product as estimated is 480360000 crushed Hat and the Catholic church was elTect Mr Baldwin said bushels The product of oats is 731515 I am trying to organhv a company also reduced to ruins whii h will bid against the Alaska Com- 000 buabela at the rate of 274 bushels Death List May Be Increased mercial company which will attempt to per are secure the privileges of capturing seals Besides then whose names lbs aggregate of all cereals is about given several were caught by the larid in Behring sea tub Is or at least 09 We have not yet per- Â¬ 85000OJO slideaud one Chinaman and a tittle girl manently organized however and I pre- bushels per capita are still buried It is not known whether fer not to Kve any names until we have Taking Step Against Ieproy they are dead Several others were in- doneaa Several of those I expect to Washington Jan 4 The president jured Two of the victims were alive join are now out of town Proliablv and Secretary Win loin ii view of the when dug out of the snow but died nothing will e lixed until early next fact that leprosy k prevalent in Hiatal wi ek very soon countries with which we have consiant Another company baa is n formed have called commercial intercourse Fears of Another Avalanche but its trust to be inter Burgeon General Hamilton ten consul It is feared that another tremendous viewed on the sui- t tation with a view to preparing suitable bank of snow near ButLs Hume naaj regulations la heap eat the deadly sen BIG BUILDING ASSOCIATION give way Should it do so still greater These regulations which is disease disaster is certain to ensue It Is Intended to Eiuiirace the Whole have past fieen issued are as follows First Until further orders no vessel Cuuiili y How it Will Work HEAVY RAINS Bckfalo N Y Jan 4 There is a shall lie admitted to entry by any offiBcported from Missouri Rivers Over ment on foot to organize a Nation- cer of the customs until the n the vessel or authorized agent Their Hanks Much Damage Doi rtton with owner produce a certificateof from the al Loan and Saving fhall 6 The following was headquarters nt Buffalo and branch offi St Locis Jan health officer or quarantine officers at received Saturday afternoon from Pied- Â¬ ces in several northern and eastern cities the port of entry or nearest United The capital will lie 150000000 J W Stati s quarantine officer that no ers n mont Mo The heaviest rains have prevailed in Woodrulf of thin city and Mr Feree of affected with leprosy was on board the this section Black river is higher than Imva are rhe projectors The idea is to aid vessel when admitted to free pra- Â¬ it las been for fifteen years and covers receive deposits as low aa sixty cents a tique or in caw a leant was found on all the bottom lands on either side to a share for shares of stx k of SUM each boird such vessel that he or she with his depth of from four to ten feet Every Every depositor must take at least two baggage has hen removed from the vee farm is entirely inundated fences washed shares making the lowest depoit 130 mI and detained at the quarantine stition away and much stock destroyed The a month on two sharea r cent at the Interest is paid at 10 S od Medical officer in command mills of the Wayne Lumber company ihle by the com of United States quarantines are hereby located on the river four miles south of obtained instructed to ltaia anv person affected this place were entirely under water pound interest wi be pi by the which ly in witii leprosy found on board any vessel They lost much of their lumber the west Shareholders can borrow on but such officer will permit the deparKallrnad Traffic Suspended their stock up to M er cent of their deture on outgoing vesseis of persona deÂ¬ A tresth 150 feet long was washed out posits and pay the same rate of interest of at quarantine in of the railroad track tiv- - miies south to the association that outside buuowi tainedregulation provided pursuance such vessel this and no trains have passed either way pay V meeting will be held to con Â¬ shall be bound to the foreign country for fusty eight hours There are now summate the organization of the associa- from which the said lepershali have Iat in fPiedmont thirty carloads of paaaen tion sail d geta waiting to lie carried south most of I iiul Oalai Derision One Sentence Commuted Two Refused have been here thirty six hours them Washington Jan 4 land Commis Almost Eaten Out Was iino ton Jan 4 The president I minted the sentence of A If ouzo Every hotel private Ixiarding houso sioner iroff has rendered a decision upon and mniauiniit has been taxed to its ut- Â¬ the application of James W Barry of Evanjrclista convicted of passing coun I land district to terfeit money in Pennsylvania and sen most to feed the hundreds of people that the Fargo s have been dumped into this place the transmute under Section 2 of the act of tenced Oct It 1888 to two years im- March 3 ISSH his pre enaptkn filing for lirisonnieut so as to have his sentence last two days a quarter section ot land matte Xt 16 expire March i 1S He denied pardons Greenville Reported VndT Water This filing was rejected B Metcalf convicted in Colothe It was rumored on the streets Friday local land officers on the ground by that to Henryraisimr a pension check from that the St Francis was out of its banks prior to the date of raid act Barry had rado of and sentenced July li Ififii to and the water three feat deep in the cted title ti a tract of land of three ears in the penitentiary and Leo streets of Greenville which ho had ma le entry under the jm ill I Brenheld sent need last November law The commissioner re to four mois imprisonment and 1000 UNLIKE THE EAST vi s the evidence and the law hearing violating the internal revenue Very Cold Weather and Heavy SUU upon the case and sustains tho decision lawn in North Carolina lteiorted from the West of the local officers holding that having Sacramento Oil Jan 6 The fall perfected title to 190 acres ef land under IiiiT m in Internal HevLnae Collections Washington Jan 4 A statement of snow in the Sierra Nevada moun- Â¬ the homestead law Barry cannot lie al- Â¬ Revenue Goaaaais tains along the line of the Central Pacific lowed to transmute his pre emption fil- prepared by ii Internal that during the first hows reports received ingrailroad according to five months of the current fiscal year the There is sixteen here is unprecedented COl ectioaa of internal revenue amniutiil Montanas Muddle still Indeclded feet on the level at Summit and twelve 03- - or an increase over the Chicaho Dee 31 A Tribune special to feet at Emigrant Gap The road has from Helena Mont eaya This week corresponding five month of the last been kept eonvparativelv clear bv the will probably see a ine soluion of the polit- Â¬ fiscal vear of aUW0T3i Spirits principal Use of the immense rotary plows of the is items of increase were Both parties were cau company There has been out little in- Â¬ ical difficulty vesterday fornient 1121001 tobacco but no agree 777 cusing all day terruption to travel thus far this winter ment wu tea lied The senate irre- Â¬ liiierss7sl4u The receipts for The recent fall of snow however lias spective of party Tctnber UK9 were 1 045851 more than iniaLfavtaroaaeoaa in some parts Eastern blocked the road iu No mlier Th boaae on the contrary trains are overdue two days but are ex- Â¬ promiee listen to anything of the 1ind will not pected to reach here in few days A GERMAN SHIP WRECKED Humors of a Wreck As Low as 33 Uelow In Montana Heroic Kffort ot a Steamers Crew to SaTS is rumored Pan Ind Dee 31 Helena Mont Jan 6 Thursday that a Pan Handle expressIt was wrecked the People on Uoarl niht was the coldest so far this a Halifax N S Dec 31 Tho near Kokomo Ind and that three per- Â¬ in Hoatana the thermometer going as ship Nestorian Capt France from ilas low at some points as 3 degrees below sons were killed and several injured Lateii It is now learned that the cow which has iust arrived here re There is but little snow reported iu east- Â¬ fireman andhaggagemastorontha ern and central Montana but there is hound Pan Handle train wrecked north ports on the Homing of Dec 18 in lati- near tud 511 north longitude 21H west some delay to traffic in the western part killed i hed ship the watterlogged of the state Considerable suffering is Kokomo were burned and that several of Shakespeare of Bremeu Capt Miller already reported on some of the ranges the cars were which sailed from Hamburg Oct S3 though confined to limited areas After the Lynchers Dec 31 Colored Only her niizzen lower mast bowsprit Charleston S All Trains Delayed and jibboom were standing while net Seattle Wash Jan 6 The over- people in the vicinity of Barnwellto S C bulwarks were badly smashed her cabin bring nearly unroofed and everything aavee engaged in efforts are actively land trains are all delayed in Northern the mob that shot the eight negroes to able aUmt the deck ex ept the larger Washington by snow storms i nor will instruct the ljat washed awav Pacific trains are about eighteen hours justice were The late The weather is the coldest known attorney general to assist and collections huddled together aft each man lashed are taken up in the colored churches to to a life jacket here for years A reward of 200 for defray expenses The NesabrJaa signalled that she would llitnlncss Suspended at Dead wood each of the lynchers is offered stand bv them and as no boat could l Dead wood S Dak Jan 6 The lowered she steamed up and let out a thermometers registered 28 degrees beÂ¬ Influenza Deadly Work In Paris half inch line which was caught aa low zero here Friday morning the coldParis Dec 31 M Rothchild has larger Lne hauled to the wreck and tied est of the winter Business is practically mtmici- - to the miznenmast but a sudden gale suspended owing to the intensity of the presented 100000 francs to the jKilitv to be derated to the relief of tho swept the vessels apart and snapped the cold lieavy rof Paris afllicted with influenza line At daylight tothe sea was so lin get another weather is now fine There were that the attempt Held for Further Particulars The seas deaths in Paris Tuesday from all the wreck was aandoned KSW York Jan 4 Luis Cortez sec- Â¬ There broke over the wrecks hull and fully ret ry of the municipal council of Ha cuuses again t 414 Monday re twenty two deaths in the Rue three fourths of the time she was en-vatni who wan arrested on arriving tirely under water hist before dark here Thursday night charged with em Bruot alone Totyday the gale subsided a little and the Nesto-inent of 200000 was yesterday December Ieb lleduction rian got a line to the ship and prepand arraigned before United States Commie Washington Dec tl It is estimate I to hang on her all night but at midnight Lyman and i cmunded to await ale backed to the westward and in- Â¬ at the treasury department that the re- Â¬ fur rhe At daycreased and the line parted debt for Decemand none o the duction of t deiii This will break the fhip was no longer in sight s og txinds or money with which he ber will bo about 51ij00000 mi The Nestorian the steamer is accredited with having stolen were make the redu tion for the last six from months about 400000 and for the searched for her until noun of the 20th found in bis ptw nation The Sardinian from Liverpool has The reÂ¬ mdar year 1889 81481253 Frospects for a New Cronin Trial duction for the calendar year lt88 was also also arrived and reports that on Chicago Jan 4 A letter from Judge 91K0U3 Dec 23 in lat 421 N long 2007 W The eeaa McConnell who is in the country says she passed the Shakesdeare the application for a new trial in the were making a clean break over Ti Judge Stewart Dead Cronin case will be taken up by him aboard and the n Portage Wis Dec 31 Alva Stew- Â¬ were setnsign th was gone Monday Jan 13 and that he will devote from t art Judie of the Ninth judicial circuit which leadst that the crew a week to healing the motions ot this state died at the Coming took to it when the Nestorian diap- Negro State Fnlr ity last night of pneumonia Judge pearei As the weather has continued and had Colcmblv S C Jan 4 The fir then the entire ships crew n the berui of this circuit twenty hibit of the colored state fair is set down is probably lost Aitngothi Bouster five years as One Lire Insurance Agent Wanted about 600 entries against over ti000 st Kansas Wheat Crop Unlnjnreil -- state x rv the regular state fair Judged by the Topera Kan Dec Si Sea standard set for the white peoi ti r lavior vesientav p n letectives uoard of agriculture on t track of Dexter J Turner agent Mohli fair is an utter failur will be enterprise it shor vimpany of vish it uiry to the Kansas whi passed over and tn has written opens with wheit crop from the blizzard 000 much erreater succes in th lilars as Clothier Assigns fW1 Death of a Philadelphia Divine iperatioii- Bruns WELUXfiTON Kan De Philadelphia Jan 6 Rev Robert by the state a Company c of the North Broad wick lve a- - tor as D Harper pastor i Liabilities are tlie toremoe ananaBj ed Presbyterian church w lied nominal ues and panj Failure due to b oor iarm- ral courts ning disaotrou ite ventures suddenly of heart failuri en are among Tu t train to the city from A A re Falls Friday He was 66 years old A Professional Ylew City o 31 At a bull Wacksstend the 1 wife of Mr r has prosented him with twins ily arrived ically tad asks expee m A wm COLORED Ci They Arifiuuial STOP AND READ 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS CONSISTING OF to Â¬ Tz Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ law-abi- Â¬ U Itomrife Cloth d Flush Jackets AND CLOTH SACQUES Â¬ Â¬ - 500 PAIRS 000TS AND SHOES were sent to me to be sold on commission It was left to me to make what ever price I think will sell them therefore I have tit -- Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 CUT THE LITE OUT OF PRICES l 1 Â¬ Â¬ and will say the prices I make on the goods will be equal to 50 cents on the dollar NOW IS Villi CHANC Â¬ Â¬ COME IN AND SEE THEM WILL NOT LAST LONG AT THE PRICES Â¬ Â¬ COME IN AND LOOK Â¬ at Â¬ Â¬ 1 H J STRENG 110 - WEST MAIN STREET tal RODE SD ALE THE HODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET NoNK WILL BE SOLD ONLY To GOOD PEOPLE EIvSE NEED APPLY LOTS Â¬ Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Tweny Five Dollars cash balance iu install Will lie sold on following terms em Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W C White Secre- ments of tury of the Richmond H A L I oriMirit mil who will receipt fir the money No interest will lie charged on the parcliae money until after the expiration of 14 months from dite of sale thereafter 0 per c nt will lie eliiriel on the purchase money remaining unpaid lly ibis method pi an a goMi lot at a tmiall price on eisy term- - without iuier r it Any oUiii iiimi in Uiclinioinl can lny one or more In the very neai future his pnsaa without feOmg the burden imieli more than it is now eeWat at The eitv Is rapnllv extenlin in that li- Fur further ml million call rectioii and will ultimately alusorb RiMletdale on W G WiitTK E W WiatMNsor StkiHpv D Pakkish Uiclinioinl Ky I j j Â¬ i an WILL PAPER -- IFOR RENT PRIVATELY nan Â¬ Our Grand Clearance Sale of Wall Paper was a perfect uoeesa W lo I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Because we bad made up our mind In sell every roll of tiie last seasous kimmIs no matter at what price ibey had to Brown Blanks went at 5 cuts to ifo the fliitHt Km ixwsed Oolds at Scents Tbey all went the last roil of tlieiu Consequently we have h X- - Tlie Stables and Crass County Fir rt nt privately lor the year f ibe M ISSIk There ire MR STABLES And Sixty Box Stalls and the beat HALF In ibe State 81 MILE TRACK Al o a Old A Ms Left THEMENDOUS STOCK OF of five rooms Apply nice COTTAGE Mt cuee t B ARBUCKLE Secy Madisn County Fair Association fTitssB a BIT SIMPLY KTEW GOODS lie I FDCCft ii s- v i i T cheapest to Ibe fineft hand roni made goods in endlea varieties ami at rS rttt Pncss Lcwsr Than Sver neard of iu Ibis or any other city in the Uniuu ami lemeuiber taws i nlAuUlkn J c ic aawrsansj i We Will Not Be Undersold by any iu the land The mblic gen goods and era lly are invited to Your obedii nt servant uriees i SETTLE UP of On WILLGiNG in iaint and Laper econttor GEO M Jl THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing Mom The latter i taken to task for raatatim New Englands appeal for For LOVE Tas Climai1 GOOD NIGHT TO M NEWS PARAGRAPHS CONCERNING free ore ooke antl coai Mr Morse FRENCr TIPTJs Editor bold tbat tbe natural gas ores and coal of Pennsylvania and Ohio bave rtlUlhtll IvriV WIDXBDAT BT caused the decadence of New Englands Co Iron industries and that New Eugland ought to give up competition with WmG White Chas S Powill those States Mr McFarlin shows on the contrary that it is the tariff of 75 rillCK PER YEAR flSO cents per ton on coal and iron ore and er ton on pip iron that is deVaiaesday January 8 1880 stroying New England iroo interests and not the natural advantages of the Dr C J Walton of Hart coun more Western States He cites the ty has been appointed Tension names of tweuty seveu firms and comAgent for Kentucky to succeed panies in Massachusetts that recently Gen Buell Walton was sur- signed a petition to Congress for free geon o the 21st Kentucky and is ore coke and coal and lighter duties oo scrap metal and asks Mr Morse good man whether something should not be done Senator Haggard has withdrawn by him relieve them from the artififrom the race tor delegate to the cial disadvantages created by the ex- Â¬ Constitutional Convention from isting tariff New England he asserts Clark county We knew when is moving to the rescue of its threaten Â¬ he wrote that editorial in the ed industries in spite of the nrotection We IKinocrat against the Ii H I A ist vieas of its Congressmen know he says that deliverance will li he would never come to any come Day by day we can feel more lr Â¬ There is a girl driver on thestieet car line at Abilene Kansas The stars oer head shine dimly down A farm near Macduff Scotland has The wan moon give a sadder light been handed dowu from father to son is hushed save one low sound And all Love good for 300 years The dark pines whisper Lawyer Joseph H Choate is said to night have received 150000 as his fee iu the On fitful breezes rrurmring by Stewart will case Are borne the words from yonder height The Princess Louise the Marchioness Not wafted as a gloomy sigh of Lome is painting a portrait of her A softly whispered Love good night mother Queen Victoria Drip Rock Ky Wilhelm It is reported that an English syndi- Icate has purchased 60000 acres of land an acre iu Florida at English cullers who used to pay 3000 a ton for ivory have recently had 1 Â¬ The Washington Park Club of Chicago offers 106450 in stakes and put be decided at the summer running meeting in 1890 R Tucker has bought of Lyles a Par- Â¬ to pay as high as 10000 John Walter who succeeds the late Mr McDonald as manager of the Lou Â¬ don Times isculy 35 years of age Castle Garden received 315228 immi- grants during Â¬ 1889 Every uatiru con- good perceptibly AN ABLE PAPER the steadily advancing pressure of public sentiment moving Vox op irresistably to our rescue The National Democrat pub uli vox dei is a good watchword is a This is all very well Better late than lished at Washington D rous anl well directed jour- never Hut new England would have nal The live issues of the day better indicated its intelligence by discussed in an intelligent accepting the principle of the Mills It you bill in November 188 Tlie reasons way and respectable Democratic doctrine for tariff reform were the same then as desire pure lata day you can have it in the National now In succumbing at thisconvinced to the tariff literature tbat Democrat at reasonable co t the a year ago their workmen employers prove themselves slow to THE LEWsLATlKE see their owu interests Baltimore lion W K Smith Representa Suu five from Madison has been made Chairman of the Committee on Constitutional Convention Perhaps the most important matter to come before the Legislature is that of the Constitutional Convention and it is well to have a good Committee t frame the laws regard LCI iude M Thomas of liour Ikhi i one of the Committee Mr Smith is ou three other committees the Judiciary Court of Appeals and Superior Court and Lanroads ur neighbors have fared well in the way of Committee appoint ments K IL Tomlinson olCar rard is Chairman of Claims Ceorge H hiiikea of Lexington Chairman of Circuit Courts Jas ray of Clark Chairman of Irisons John 11 Welch of Jessamine Chairman of Kail road- Hubert Hill of Kstill and is on the Committee of Banks Agricultural and Mechanical Col- - A DAVIS MUNIMENT Christin Womans Exchange CiiKNKK Tit AND LAMT Hts V New Okikans La Dec 13th HJ J At a meeting called to day for the purpose of adopting suitable resolu tions ou the death of Jefterson Davis the Board of Managers of the Chris Â¬ 6 il tian Womaus Exchange determined to inaugurate among the women of the south a movement for the purpose of aiding iu erecting a monument to his memory With that end in view a register was immediately opened at the Ex change and will be kept for the conÂ¬ Â¬ venience of those who desire to send their contributions throngh this meMrs P W Strong the duly dium appointed Treasurer will receive subscriptions deposit tbe same iu bauk Â¬ and publish a list weekly It was further determined to make an appeal to all orgauized bodies of women to call their organizations to- Â¬ gether at once to co operate iu this great work by making their associa- siator Dr Roberts a tion domicile head quarters for and memler ot three committees using their industrial iu collectitive Affairs Propositions ing tbe subscriptions eflons women of all in and irievances and Public Health their respective communities effort required to reAs it is especially desirable this elect Joe Blackburn to the United should be a voluntary andthat united enate and E Polk John ottering from sll southeru women it son was elected Public Printer is roposed that it be put withiu the without oppr iiion power of each one to contribute her Mr Hill of Estill and Lee has part by making the subscript iou fee one has introduced a bill to excepl dollar but as many who by the rav- Â¬ sheriff and county officers from ages of war or the death of their head There winner have been left so destitute paying toll on turnpikes may Ik some reason for excepting that even this some would be burden sheriff assessors and constables some the widows mite is earnestly but we can not see it as to other solicited aod from those favored by fortune whose hearts prompt them officers Mr Cay of Clark has present larger amounts will be welcomed This Exchange will gladly take bill o prevent the organizaof trusts charge of and leceipt for collections of tion and maintenance This is an im other organization turning tliem over and combinations nd will no doubt to the proper authorities when they portant bill are ready to receive them pa Come forward southeru women with A Senate bill introduced re one accord and without delay and pay quires that persons sentenced to lie hung shall Lie conveyed to the such a tribute to him who was the soul of charity and as penitentiary and there within the prove you worthy of honoresteemshall lu the and within an inclosure which he ever held you the bravest made for the purpose upon the truest women tbe world ha ever day named by the court be exeÂ¬ im cuted by the Warden and no person shall be present except the physician not more than five friends of the con demned ten persons selected by the Warden and one representa of each newspaper tint may We desire to 6end reporters hope that an amendment will be made requiring the newspapers to publish not more than half a column about the hanging There are eleven candidates for Librarian Mr Hull of Fleming has intro doeed a joint resolution in the nate providing for the appointment of a committee of Ligale the condition ol local affairs in Perry and Harlan Â¬ kuowu Mits D A Mrs It M Waiislky Pres Given Cor Secy anotheiTkillim Isaac Shelby Jr shot and killed A Liugeufelt at Junction City Tuesday afteruoou The circumstances seem to be as follows Shelby went into Balis bar room aud seeing a crowd of friends asked them up to tike a drink Lingenfelt walked up too but Shelby refused to ermit him to driuk with him A quarrel ensued when Shelby drew his pistol aud shot at him five times four shots takiug effect two in his head aud oue each iu his breast aud arm killing him instantly It is also resirted that Lingenfelt was run uiug at the time ami that the shots A corouers inquest were iu the hack lesulted iu a verdict of death at the hands of Shelby aud he was placed under guard until his trial tomorrow Col Hill who was telegraphed for tells us that it will be pro veil that Lingenfelt shot twice before Shelby drew his pistol and that be had long had a grudge against Shelby because he had driven him from his service for milking his Shelby cows for his own use It is further said that Lin genfelt and his frieuds had been trying to bulldoze Shelby for sometime and had made threats agaiust him Stan ford Journal Shelby is a great grandson of Kentuckys first Governor He was releasi Â¬ Â¬ tributed with the except ion of China of Iu the wilds of the Sierras near mer Nashville the yearling brother Madstone by Vanderbilt out of Nina Kaweah river Tulare county Csl is a soquoia tree 176 feet in circumference Turner price 2500 The law with respect to racing in Ver- Â¬ The new French sea going torpedo mont is absolutely prohibitive of betting boat has used her torpedo tubes with The act legalizes racing for stakes and success when going at the rate of 211 premiums offered bv individuals The knots an hour penalty for betting on a horse race in VerA newspaper agent being told by an mont is 500 Stock Farm old lady that it whs no use to suhscrile Green Mountain Maid has seven of her for the papeis as Mother Shipton said get in the 230 list Mr Backinan sold the world was coming to an end this seven of her foals for 68830 and still re- Â¬ year said But wont you want to tains five What a misfortune it is that read an account of the whole sflair as she never produced a colt to the cover of soon as it is over That I will anKentucky Prince It would be worth its swered the old lady and she subEx weight in gold scribed I have examined Suno carefully and General Dandy of the quartermas seen her driven at the top of her speed ters department who is on a tour of and while I think that considering her inspection of the national cemeteries age she is the most wonderful trotter that has recently visited the Custer battle has yet appeared I do not believe that she ground and finds the spot iu bad conhas more speed than Maud S It is true dition As the battle was fought on a Marvin sas she has trotted a quarter in high ridge it has been cut into gullies thirty seconds but I have myself timed by storms ami many bodies have been Maud S a quarter in thirty seconds exhumed The monument isstanding David Bonner but has been a good deal chipped oil by One of the oldest and most successful tourists who annually overrun the stock breeders on Long Island is said to grounds Jen Dandy will recommend be Mrs Sarah A Bannim who owns and 15000 appropriation for the purpose of conducts a stock farm of 2000 acres putting an iron fence about the memo may be rable spot where so many of the Seventh That she has been successful gathered from the fact that it is her boast Cavalry aud its gallant Colonel laid that no colt raised on her establishment down their lives has ever been sold for less than 600 A boy named W E Allward nged while many have brought as high as 11 years Uught a penny stick of lea 1500 Stock Farm nut tally aud begun to eat it He im is The champion Canadian mediately complained of a choking the chestnut nlly Albany which got a recsensation and a doctor had to be sent a fourth heat recently ord of 2njl2 for No relief being obtained thi boy and lowered the Canadian record for that was taken to Bellevue Hospital where age by nine seconds She was got by the whole staff got to work ou him Hermit a son of Harold out of an AmerTracheotomy was performed and the ican Clay mare and her dam has not a whole range of surgical science exsingle standard cross in her pedigree hausted in vain for the hoy died on Hermit the sire of this filly is but six Saturday morning The autopsy dis years old and made a pacing record of closed that death was caused by the 229 tns reason lodging of a peanut kernel R S Veech of Indian Hill Stock Farm of an inch lu length aud about half near Louisville has engaged all the open an iuch in diameter an extraordinary places seventeen in number on the bocks size in the left bronchial tube N Y of Axtell the champion trotting stallion Suu He pays 1000 cash 17000 in all The Not much has been said alxmt the price at which Axtell recently sold is the highest price ever paid in this country so workings of the system of co e iucation this is the highest price ever paid for ser- at the State University but the friends vice Mr Veech proposes to breed to of the movement are entirely satisfied with the result and those who did not Axtell the choicest mares on his farm consider the movement a wise one have Sons have been willing to gfve it a fair trial It Messrs E T Ilagyard jut purchased from Mrs J R Burnam is stated tbat at the last examination of Richmond Ky Egberton the dark the highest standings iu mathematics colt by Egbert 1136 sire Greek Latiu and oology were made bay 2 year-old of twenty five in the 230 list seventeen is by the girls and that in every depait first dam Whitney by Hambrino uient their work averages quite as good 1889 820 22i4 sire of eight in the 230 list as that of the boys The presence of three in iSSyl second dam the dam of the girls seems to have a good moral Lady Lumber 2 27 4 by Garrets Iron effect also aud the university is hdving Duke son of Cassiu M Clay Jr third the most successful and prosperous dam by Old Joe son of Dowmngs Bay year iu its history West Virginia Messenger fourth fifth sixth and seventh Daily Stale Journal Stock Farm dams thoroughbred The New Orleans Picayune cite ad Â¬ Much has been written lately upon the ditional proofs of the success of the merits of brood mares and of stallions jetties at South Pass Ou Saturday which have sired producing mares sas three vessels passed through the jetties in Horse and Stable Sitting in Observer outward bound oue drawing 2 feet my office one evening musing on the suband the other two 25 feet each The ject it occurred to me to see wh WalPicayune says the passage through laces table on Great Brood Mares would without detention of these large deepgive us Leaving out all those stallions ly laden steamers shows conclusively which have not sired as many as five great the jetties aflonl to New Oreuns mares we have the following list Haas that a huthor entrance unsurpassed any Â¬ bletonian Pilot Jr Mambrino Patchen where particularly ts the free Ingress Mambrino Chief American Star Alex- Â¬ aud egres is not dependent on the ac anders Abdallah 15 Now for results I tion of the tides which have hurdly think they will be not a little startling to any precept ible ellect ou the deph of some readers water aud consequently cause no de lays whatever to vessels It says there is no trouble about the maintenance of a6 the full legal depth of water through Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-quarters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wilmore Garrett of Woodford has sold 18 mules to Geutry of Lexington at 140 per head The cry of spoiled meat comes from all over the State to the extent that makes it a very serious matter J E Bruce sold to A T Nunneliey 5 head thoroughbred cattle 1200 lbs average at 2Jc Stanford journal G W Stockard of Maury county Teuu sold a Mississippi trader sixty good cotton mules at 11250 per head The Maury Tenn Democrat has been presented with ripe strawberries of the third crop ripened this year ou the same plants Mr Cleveland of Jessamine lost the meat of sixty bogs by warm weather John Burgess of Boiirlwn couuty and mauy others have lost their meat The receut flood iu the Sacramento river damaged wheat and other graiu crops in Sutter county Gal to the ex tent of a quarter of a million dollars In Boyle couuty hogs are selling at 335 1500 pound cattle at 4 cents 2 and cattle 2J cents yearling steers 12 fat cattle 3 cents 19 mule Â¬ 8lAT COST FOR THE NEXT 3O DAYS Ready Made Clothing AT COST FOR CASH FOR the Next THIRTY DAYS room for our Spring Goods COVINGTON At our New Store in order to make colts 105 The cattlemen of the Western and South western States will hold a eon vention at Fort Worth Texas in March to consider the depressed state of WE MEAN BUSINESS No Georgetown izen the cittle interests Louisville tobicco warehousemen confidently expect that 135000 hogs heads of tobacco will be sold iu that city during the present year It only takes about 5000 more to reach that figure Jessamine Journal John Rogers of Woodford county has leased to B A Wilson of that county 42 acres of uucleared ground for three yeais at a rental of 20 per acre per year to go in tobacco Wsjaoii to clear t lie ground at his expense Farmers Home Journal Several months since Col J W B Ridley sold to F M Gentry for O P 256 head of Alloril New Orleans cotton mules to be delivered Jan 1st 1889 for tbe snug sum of 32035 The mules are now being deli vered to above parties Col Ridley now 1ms more than 145 mule colts on his farns Maury County Teun Democrat 222 W Main Street Richmond Ky CitÂ¬ I MITCHELL -- Paris Kentuckian Local Produce Markets CORKKCTED ARNOLD BY COV1NOTON WEEKLY BRO OROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY The Tipton Tenn Record says The land owners of Tennessee constitute the Democratic party If the land owners demand a no fence plank iu the Democratic platform and then nominate men for the Legislature on their platform they c ui have a no- fence law passed Organized deter- Â¬ mined effort is all that is lacking Last year the farmers who held on to their apples longest were the losers This year as a result of last years business the boot is on the ther foot A large proportion of the Maine apple have already been sold and higher prices are predicted foi those who can keep Iheir apples until April Much of this years fruit has gone into the hands of English buyers The Ox Warble is the subject of an article iu lusect Life issued by the U S Entomological Department for December in continuation of one iu tbe October number suggested by re cent investigations consisting of extensive inquiry among its correspond ence by a Westert agricultural journal as to the extent of damage inflicted Â¬ The greatest social sensation that the South has known for many years wiis the elopement of Anna Jones the daughter of Rev Sam Jones the noted evangelist with Win II Graham stenographer of the Cherokee Judicial Circuit in Georgia The couple have been lovers for two or three years but the Rev Sam Jones and wife have bitterly opposed the match ou account of the youth of the young lady The elopement was well planned It was not thought of and executed until Tuesday night when Prof I R Robeson principal of the public schools of CarlerviMe Ga the home of the eloping couple and Dr J E Mayes a druggist in the town with Graham arranged the plot Miss Jones and young Graham went horseback riding with a Christmas party and purposely becoming separated from their com panions rode rapidly to Rogers Station where they boarded a train for Chat tanooga being joined by Prof Role son Meanwhile Dr Mayes had come to Chattanooga procured the license and the service of Rev Ur liaehman to perform the ceremony When thev reached Chattanooga they found that in some way their secret bad leaked on and Rev Dr Rachman becoming Â¬ Finei Carriages Richmond Ky Jan Beef Cattle Butcher 7 1S90 BOOT AN Hogs 5 3 -- 5 NEW BUGGIES Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured NEW PH2ET0NS Butter Chickens f 1 50 75 2 00 NEW CARRIAGES TO BE ENLARGED AND fc ag 5C Wheat 70c NEW SURRIES a5 Flour jo Corn per barrel 25 50 NEW SULKIES Hay per 100 Ihs AOflUoJ I I Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs 40c Lard c My sable lea are all new and of the Tallow They are for sale Beeswax On account of Ihe inconveuien f jc very latest patterns on the most reasonable terms If you will occur therefrom we have Feathers J i 4 a veiucle mill -- u irco luc I iiuI to sell out our enormous stock of s wain Meal v you wont go home without one Oats per bushel 4050C 5- JOHN DONELSOX Orchard Grass 7S German Millet o Timothy Seed os Clover Seed 4 Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed OO Sweet Potatoes 50 Irih Potatoes 40 SHOE HOUSE 1 1 RemodeleD 1 -- 1 HARDWARE 1 Boots Shoes HATS AND AT A perforin th ceremony They theu drove to Rev Dr Dumbell rector of St Pauls Episcopal church and giving the young ladys age at 22 they succeed ed in having he Ceremony performed They then drove to a hotel where Â¬ The private supper was prepared sflair has created the most intense interest as Rev Jones at one lime sent upon stock growers by this pest his daughter to school in order to break The tax on tobacco iu Eugland is off the intimacy between her and the 3 shillings 9 pence to 3 shillings 10 man whom she has now married Bxebattgs pence or about 78 cents of our money against their wishes Tax on tobacco in France is one dollar DIED per pound The government monop olizes Die manufacture and sale of the Rilly Parkes died at his home iu eutire bii ioess and its profits iu 1885 Union precinct Madison county on amounted to the neat little sum ot Monday January bill 1800 of dropsy 000 while the whole crop proaged probably 60 years The interduced iu America did not net the ment will take place at the Shipton farmers more than 25000000 giound to day suspicious declined Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to Lizzie Sale NothingAc COMMISSIONERS WE GIVE AWAY - FURNISHING GOODS Great SACRIFICE Â¬ F J Hiekerson BUT A DOLLAR WILL BUY AS J Dickersons Exr Ac Pill a many things of the best quality at our From uow until the builder bed vs complete their work Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Madisoi Ciicuit Court ren- ilered at the September term thereof in the above styled cause Hie un dersigned will ou NortiK of Sale in Equity house as at any other place in Kentucky We resjiectfully ask you to call aud examine our stock of tunity for the people of Richmond and Madison county to got Ike 8BThis will be a rare oppor STOVES Our Anthracite Open Fronts Friday January 17th 1890 Biggest Bargains They have ever received from any source for our stock is one oi the best and lamest in Between the hours of oclock v in are cheerful ornamental and comforts and 3 oclock P M on the ireuii-e-- s ble We keep every style iu Madison couuty Ky proceed to expose to public ale to the highest bidder the following described property viz Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood A Certain Tract cf Land In Madison county Ky nenr the Pond Meeting Hou e on the waters of Tates Creek on the North side of the Barnes Mill turnpike beginning at a stotts corner of M Turners heirs with their W 8 4 10 poles to a stone line S W 118 poles to a point thence S in the centre of the Barnes Mill pike ana uoai stoves OCR STOCK OF QNTHAL KSNTU SKY This is no catchpenny to get rnl of goods but we are in earn about everything e say We have all the latest styles in t Parke burying Leu H Hudson has bought during Mrs Susan Embry widow of John the past few days the following mules H Embry deceased died at Silver for th Southern market One bunch Crek In Madison county Ky on Satof good sugar and cotton mules of urday January 4th I860 of consump Gentry Iros of Fayette at 107 So per tiou The remains wore deposited in 60 first class head cotton the Richmond cemetery on Monday and sugar mules 14 hands all nice The maiden name of deceased was and smooth of Cam Brown of Shelby Hume and she was a sister of the late Rue Mercer one WSHume aud of Mrs T S Ellis at 110 of Curry car load at11750 of Joe McDowell She leaves a number of child Fayetle 1 load al 108 Danville Ad ren all grown vocate Â¬ I J- c o thejettits wo tfa MAKUl Tilt hi TAItlrT KLFOKM IDEAS The idol of protection is perishing in its own temple Irom the blows of its former worshiper It wan noted in yesterday Suu that Mr Bent Presi Â¬ dent of the Iensvlvauia Steel Ctn pauy which has founded a vast steel miuiug plant at Steel ton near this city has declared for free ore and coal with a reduction on pig mud steel railit is the manifest duty of Congress Mr Bent aaye to really rotecl American industries by relieviug their raw material of tbe burdens now laid upon it In our business for which it is supposed a protective tariff is most especially devised the demand for free raw material must he met and we are quite prepared for all reduction iu tariff duty on manufactured products tbat an accession to this demand logicaliy But for the duty of carries with it 75 cents a ton on the Beanemer ore his company will bring to Steelton from Cuba at the rate of 1 000000 tons a year it would be perfectly practicable lu sell liis steel in London in competi tiou with the English steel makers That duty means however an addition 9f 160 to tbe cost of a ton of ateei an enhancement uf price tbat confines the American product to tbe American market From its works at flfcwkon tbe Pennsylvania Com nan v expects Mr Bent states to supply our ooant cities aud to reach at small ex- pease the interior Slates whose railway jajMeBM have their terminals at these i bat it would be another string to the companys bow if in dull times it could hope to euter the foreign market With a view to this the Presi dent of the Sveeltou Company wants free raw materials and lower duties all round It accepts in a word the priu dpal of the Mills bill a fact which fHt rales tbe irresistable force of the Mtorm ideas for which Mr Cleveland stood ic the campaigu of 1688 Sim cltaneously witu tbe appearance of Mr Beats views in tbe Philadelphia Maoard there appeared in tbe Boston Journal an open letter from another captain of Industry Mr McFarliu ibe well known manufacturer of Mas tossed ui CougiessQuta Â¬ Â¬ ed ou 1500 hail KROOKSTOWN j j I bear of a heap of meat being spoiled jn this locality Come out Mr Editor and help us eat pumpkin pie beef and sausage We have had a nice Christinas and New Year and lots of big dinners at Brookatowu Mrs K P McCord is teaching the youngsters in this neighborhood vocal music by note If McCord s beef dont get away from him in a few days we will kill it Come out and help us Mr Butler and family have returned from Winchester and boarded the steamer Favorite for their borne Simpson Dunbar gave bis neighbors a dinner and the youngsters a play at night Fun has been general I think Mattle Misses Alice Wiloughbv Trioble and Maggie Hisie with several young gentlemen have been visiting the Misses Willlamsat this place of Lexington has Rev Stafford spent several days with lis and preach Â¬ ed a very interesting sermon at Brooks town School houe or the 5th Sunday A good crowd in attendance Mr George Butler aud family of Bock Shoal Lee county have been visiting his father in law G S Williams the past week They have now gone to visit bis brter Mrs Hampton at Winchester Mr G- S Williams let his horse loose at the toll gate with a spriug wagon run 1J miles it waa stopped by Mr Earnest Parish but little damage waa done except to run the tongue out of the owner trying U catch tbe burse - I Harr bletonian II 17 223 25 68 Pilot Jr 222 17 24 4 9 -- 23 Mambrino Patchen S9 5 2 23 3 4 Mambrino Chief 3 9 n American Star 20 3 AlcxandrsAbdalah 3 9 224 9 13 A glance at this table shows readily the difference in the sires for producing marcs the difference in the powers of the mares and the difference in the average rate ot While American Star sired produce nearly double the number of mares sired by any other horse the producing power of the mares was not nearly so great as that of the mares sired by any other horse and the rate of speed is not so high We see readily that the talk about Pilot Jr mares has a firm foundation Nine Surely that inares produce 24 trotters is producing power worthy all praise And we see that the rate of speed of the produce it only equalled by that of the produce of mares sired by one other horse viz Mambrino Chief This naturally brings Pilot Jr and Mambrino Chief into We have seen in the first comparison generation Pilot Jrs mares have the weight but now the scale swings the other way When do we hear of him except through the three mares Midnight Miss Trulv great Russell and Waterwitch mares and let us give them due praise but great as the sound will be it must be drowned in the great chorus that now swells up before us Where do Alcantara Alcyone Almont Belmont Mambrino Patchen Nutwood Onward Princeps Red Wilkes Sultan Swigert Thorndale and Woodford Mambrino get their greatness from if not by the infusion of the blood of Mambrino Chief Some of them certainly have it in the male line but the stars those that have produced the highest rate of speed and the most of it have come from the mares sired by this truly great horse I am not writing in the interest ol any person but for the information of the great family of American trotting horse breeders who have not time nor inclina- Â¬ In fact before 1 tion for investigations began my researches I had a strong leaning toward the Clays knowing what magnificent results we have had by the union of Clay and Hambletonian blood in Elec- Â¬ tioneer and George Wilkes I am not a little surprised at the showing which the records make in favor of the Mambrino tamih If I am not generally mistaken many others will be The world has been dazzled by the exploits of Axtell Whence Undoubtcomes the wonderful power edly through the union of Hambletonian Clay and Mambrino Chief I prophesy that the coming great horse will be pro- Stock Farm duced in these lines Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The annual repot t just issued by the Secretary of StiUe of South Carolina for tbe past fiscal year shows tha the chartered enterprises iu ttiat Statu established during the year have a capiEighty two tal stock of 4ii000 corporations have been chartered aud applications have been made for charters for forty three others The corpor ations which have begun business are Â¬ Â¬ Classified as follows Seven new cotton factories capital stock 1085000 six Â¬ teen banks and banking concerns cap Hal S 15000 six building and loan as sociatious capital 335000 eight laud aud improvement companies capital 465000 thirteen cottonseed oil mills c capital 27S000 thirteen wood and iron workiug establishments capital 750000 two phosphate mining concerns capital 60000 aud fifteen miscellaneous companies capital 342000 South Carolina has discovered that it cannot depend on agriculture aloue aud has goue to work not only to grow its cotton but to manufacture it nlo cotton goods as well The growth of the lumber tradt of the Southern States show that i is becoming one of the most important industries of our ieople It is just now only iu its infancy The magnificent virgiu forests of the South form the greatest source of supply in ttie nation aud they not only contribute exten- Â¬ sively to the domestic consumption but they export very largely through the Southern ports Pensacols Mobile Paseagoula Pearl River New Orleans Calcasieu and Sabine Pass on tbe Gulf coast are all large handlers of lumber and timber for shipment by sea In this connection we print lie following from the Pensacola News A tabulated statement of Pensacolas exports in timber and lumber during the year ended October 31 1889 shows that we employed 623 vessels having an aggregate tousge of 445231 an average of 714 In them we shipied Â¬ the Daily News from The Ogilvie Milling Winnipeg says Company the largest milling organi zation in Canada has secured a corner on all wheat in the Province of Maui toba and the Northwest Territories amounting to about 4000000 of bushels It is an open secret that the linn secured a pointer from the dominion government that he duty on flour would be increased at th pending season from 50c to SI a barrel The Ogilvie have large mills in the Nortl west and will manufacture all the grain Their deal cuts a lot of other milling companies out of sufficient wheat to keep going and in conse quence wheat has hounctd up to bO cents A special to Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Bv Ulover Tobacco Ware-IIoll-e Market Tobacco t Durrelt Louisville Sales on our market for the past week just closed amount to 988 hhds with receipt lor the same period of 654 hhds Sales on our market up to this date of the ciopof 1889 amount to 3560 Kales were resumed on our niaiket again on lie 2nd of January and the market opened up about as it closed be fore the holidays The offerings of uew hurley have been liht 011 the market aud it main tained its chief characteristic uf hitch prices for good bin ley and low prices for common hurley The stocks on our market st the close of the year amounted 1014370 The following quotations fairly rep resent our market on Burley tobacco crop of 188tf 1 rash Not Culery aud damaged lo haco Jl 50 loSaJJb Colory Trash 5350 tofo50 Common Lugs not colory f3 00 to hhds We are sole agents for the Rio Injtn Turners corner thence along the centre of said pike N 70 E 2S poles Plow and all other goods of the iale N 8U E 47 poles S 8iV E 10 poles Manufacturing Company also for Par We have all the latest sty- - in DiendruflCullivators S 71 E 5 poles to a point iu the centre lin MENS SHOES AND BOOTS of lie pike and corner to the Pond t Tin Mooting a Specialty at Meeting House church lot thence wiih Call and wee us before buying else Â¬ We have all the best makes and the liut sof tab lot N 4St W 148 10 where K 8 10 to the edge of a poles N latest styles in BRECK FITZPATRICK rase yard thence along the district road N - E iJ poles to where Ar24- MiinSt Kichmond Ky Misses and Childrens Shoes nolds gate Mood Whites corner thence with his line N o t W tl poles to shoes antes We have a full stock of to a stone Iberia N Mj E o5i poles CAUTION Take DonglM ran- - end WI Drlcc iir RteniD4Ml ou tbe to a locust stamp tbeuce N a W bottom If tbe dealer cannot supply you 48 2 10 poles to a post McCords corend direct to factory closing aovertisea ner thence with his line N OSiJ W price 17 poles S Si W 05 poles to the Centre of a stone fence thence up Finnevs We have the largest line of Fork 8 26 E 10 potss S E 10 6 10 poles S 13 E 00 poles thence wiih the t branch to Turin rs line thence with Iheir line S 64 E 117 poles to ihe be4 ACUES ginning containing or Cl v a sufficient quantity thereof to produce -the sum of 490358 Ihe amount of We have the best selection of money so ordered to be made aud the A 8 Tinware HARD V Cutlery is Complete ARE Ladies9 Shoes I n 1 Infants9 Shoes In the it t BK BOYS SHOES - costs hereof 1ERMS Sale will he made on a credit of six and twelve months t lie purchase will be required to give bond with approved security for the pay ment of the purchase money to have the force aud etlect of a judgment bearing legal Interest from the day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid JAMES R BUUNAM Master Commissioner Madison Ciic uit Court 29 31 37740 W L DOUGLAS CENTLEMEN Fine Calf Ileavy Laced Grain and Cree moor Waterproof Rest in the world Examine bis SJS00 GEMINK HAND SEWED -- HOB 3 CnVk Who Was Your Great irarnlfather Â¬ The Detroit Journal desires to receive by postal card the address of ail 500 Colory Lugs 5 50 to SS50 living male aud female descendants of Comuaou Leaf 800 to 10 00 Revolutionary officers and soldiers of Medium to good leaf 51000 to 1500 1770 and when osibe the name Select or wrapper tobacco 15 00 to and State of the ancestor Wonder if 2000 W H Breailey proprietor of the DeSTOCK MA2KST EEPOST troit Journal is contemplating a raid LIVE BytiREKNEi I1BRY upon the uatioual treasury Stock Commission Meichnnts Clnoin Â¬ J W MACKEY I -- S400 SiJM yKTDOisr WITH A AT TH- E- II VMKSEWEU WELT MIOK POLICE M FARMERS MOE I 1IV Mtf V aS iOO anil S17- BOY SHOES IKOIshoes The market afford such as K SrirF ajD Stetson Fklx Hats We have an abundant sun- sss ply ol Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts Suspenders cuts Ilosierv 4c All to be COST AT COST At Cost AT COST Give us a call and see for yourself Ilespectfullv HATS fi5 EXTRA - AM K suar sj workinh Ail made to Congress Button and Lace Perfect satisfaction given to every one Special attention given to ladies and children Alao to my country Cincinnati Ohio Jan 6 1S90 friends The week of prayer at the Baptist SHIPPING CATTLE I have moved my shop over to Ihe church to night Good to Extra 4 60 Hotel and I hope all will come to see 4 50 Fair to Good 4 251 4 50 me Rev Dr Talmage is on his way home Yours very respectfully 1 75 Common and Rough 3 00 20- from the Holy LanJ and will preach to Good to Extra Oxen JOEL W MACKEY 3 so 3 75 his Brooklyn congregation on the first Fair to Good Oxen 32 3 50 1 MONEY REFUND BtJ 2 25 Common and Rough Sunday in February 3 Lte uaii Uuiou SUK RELIGIOUS nl k Yards aod Covlngiou siock Vases Handsome Barber -- Shop and First Class Barbers -- SlTK SHOE I OR MISSES Best Material Best Style Best Flttbsa IV L Douglas Brockton Mass Sold by 3 2 SHOES WALLACE RICE lafdiI8 STILL IN THE JACK FREEMAN FARM FOE SUE Ballew RING HERE WE COME AGAIN WITH A FRESH LOT OF CHOICE As Executois of George W deed we will 011 BUTCHER CATTLE TSABS MASK Saturday January 25th 1890 On the premises 5 miles south east of Kiehmond near the Richmond and Big Hhl juice sell publicly to the bigh est bidder U13 farm of to Extra 38i 4 Fair to Good 3 50 Extra Fat Steers 32 3 oofW A very fine looking and banpy Pair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows 2 3 bridal party attracted aliiiratiou at Pair to Good Cows 2 SO 2 our depot last evening The principals Common Cows 7M 1 wete Prof S J Pulliani of George- Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS town College and Miss Belle afnlltns daughter of Col Malt Mullius of Fal- Bist Shipping 3 oo 2 35 mouth Ceremony took place in Bap liest Bologna 2 152 Pair Bologna t church Falmouth yesterday Rev Fair to Good Feeders 90 The bride Common and Thin Chas E Nash offlciatiug 1 co8 was handsomely attired in brovn FEEDERS AND STOCKERS broad cloth with boquet of flowers Good Extra Steers 3 40 3 1574844 cubic feet of hewn pitcti pine The attendants were Mis i Graca Mul Fair to Good Steers 3 oo 3 2 50 2 timber 175441000 superficial feet of lina and Prof L Puliiam of Central Good to Exta Heifers 1 2 75 sawn pitch pine limber 134814000 Miss Kate Common and Thin Stockers Loiversity Richmond COWS AND CALVES feet of pitch pine lumber aid Mullius and G W Puliiam of Dan Best Grades 40 00045 smaller lots of shiugles cedar etc The ville Ushers Dr Ed Wilson and Fair to Good 30 00 cargoes weut to ports in Great Briain Bev Colvin H P Aulick and Vau Common 12 OvQjj and Ireland Holland France Ger Â¬ Hobday They were accompanied by Uest Veal Calves 6 25 6 5 75J 6 many Italy Spain Portugal Austra A G T Smith aud F K Tribble of Fair to Good 3 ooto 4 Belgium Norway Cape Colony Sum- Â¬ Stanford and Miss Eugenia Pultiaiu Common and Heavy HOGS atra Algeria Tuuh Brazil Uruguay of Danville and Mr and Mrs Reu Select butchers 3 3 6o the Argentine Republic MexieoUu it id Iugels and daughter of Paris The Fair to Good Packers 3 551 3 of Columbia Honduras Cuba j party expected to lake tea in Lexing Good to Extra Lights Stales 3 6oi5 3 Jamaica aud the Uuited States nf ton last evening with grooms aunt Lght ligs 3 totj 3 Amreica This is a fine showing I jr Mrs M J Puliiam After visiting SPRING LAMBS N O Picayune 0 Danville the happy pair will settle at Extra R single gulf port MATRIMONIAL- - Good 00 Groceries -- FOR THE- - 75 S 1 Â¬ 1 Is the jreatest boon 10 womankind Poiiively cures all forms of female weakness such as Painlul Menttruation Barren Â¬ ness Leucorrhea Prariiis Ovarian and Fibroid Tumors in tbeir early stages and ihe long list ot innumerable and unmentionable sufferings that ftffiict the patient Try it and you ul exclaim as hundredsof others have OS I feelKt woman One months treatment sent postpaid to any part ef the United States or receipt of tl six months Money refunded if a cure is not cflecied after strictly cisernrz dirceons Address TIC a HO CURB NO PAY OLIVE BtOSSOM assstyMVTTW 175 ACRES - The home plae of the aforesaid Rnl iew Gxxl tlwellititr house irood out We handle the best of everything building- two orchards well fenced good water about 50 acres to go in and give you the com Ten acres now iu wheat bal Â¬ NEW YEAR nut acatcst tniTtnircca columbvs Ohio For sale bv Woods k Hutchinson Drug- gms rticnmona r z- ram ance in TSSS Term liberal nnd made known on day of nle If not sold trill be rented SaJe at 1 oclock G W BALLEW 28 32 B F DEATHERAGE PRICES Possible 00 00 50 PleaselEead The Mngr Manufacturing Company A NICE HOME I Â¬ 00 is building a machine uiili Hand uinl Portable 00 AttHcliuient specially We will 8ell a cottage on the comer adapted for Invalid travtlers fce to of North Street in thbcitv to thehkh- cot Si ctli Any one wishing a pit bidder on SATURDAY Jaxiaky 65 niHCnii- - ol 0 at 2 oclock this typo will p nt leave p in in front of 60 order at the oitice 13 Find ti rtirt House door Call and see j 70 5 We extend our unbounded thanks to our la who have pat ron rally and promise to treat them as well in the future as iu the p i fsssJust as glad to see new miners as old ones keot lu stock 50 P 8 It it sold 40 only by order J F Stone J not i-- Jau COVJNI 1st J M TZ Hagan 29- - Chenault next to Garuett House ARNOLD 30 4 BRO HE CLIMAX -- ciscsiar January U E 1800 Jatnet Dcsthcrage ick dangerousU ki Richmond Herald Eleven year ago the ttarted first Mr Harvey Parribh sick for the itime in hi mc lout ku Caaght at It When Jailor Maupin called the roll Monday nl lit he discovered that one prisoner answered twice Search showed that one George Hurley colored charged with receiving stolen good was missing He was found at the top of the building During the day he had secured an iron bar from a stairway and prized open a partition door leading from the corridor where he was locked up to another corridor that had an open door He wont get away now Â¬ What Goes Willi The Offirc Km Who Hold Â¬ bhoU at Mr Uhn Mcri hon tired two j KrTlir in the vicinity ol Mr b upp night S PragheimcrV residence jninday At tanJ gurdian of Man Eua Lee Rovce g 1 KOVCC t Old Town nf a on Wednesday 15th III 1 Croosc a me am to say in this issue that may ou 10 pc r cent if vou owe them Benntf 1 Innaton have tliii A meeting of the Equal Rights Associwiil be held this afternoon at the atlon ars Hall on Main Street at All members are earnestly rc- I to be pre I one to Tales Creek Mr M F Wharton of this county who in partnership with Mr John It Wasson some time since purchased property at Tates Creek for the establishment of a saw mill has bought out the tetters interest and v ill remove with his family to Tatca Creek to day He will imme diately commence the erection of a large saw mill and hopes to have it in operation in a few months Versailles Sun 27th The place referred to above is the mouth of Tates Creek We propose that a depot Lc established at that point and that it be called Wharton Â¬ citJohn II Woodcock a prominent A Kippet 4 Gairard county who died re- It is a little old but here is a Lancaster a brother of Nath Woodcock telegram that continues to go the rounds tlu well knon traveling man nephew of Six Madison county negroes loaded with of this place and Woodcock bad whisky tried to raise a row near Fort Smith ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF Estill on board the K C train to day and Odd Fellows partly succeeded Conductor Shea in - by Madison Lodge attempting to collect fare insulted their matter-of-facRichmond John dignity an J a general fight ensued About OOF Joe Jones of Foxtown has returnble Grand J F Stone Vice ten shots were exchanged when United Wily White took a dull knife Tuesday and new city is being reared in the burned ed from the Wst A picture dealer at Lancaster Pa R Tudor Secretary J E States Deputies W G Dunlap and Walkcut Andy Paikers ear off He was r Grand j C district twenty times as solid an i sub- tried to get v license to sell his goods by Miss Carrie Forman visited friends at rested and put in jail Tuesday night er Landrum interfered with their rifles nleaf Treasurer He stantia as that it will replace auction but a local law stood in Hie Mt Sterling last week which ended the affray Two of the nehad Andys ear in his pocket when arrestejgojejo ft Exposure to rough weather getting way He therefore had his clerk isrue groes were badly shot by a brakeman Miss Nannie Lee Hunt of Lexington is ed Both parties are colored Urmton name Sam Gentry Ladies laeaWS Crookc Bennett wet living in damp localities ue fa- Â¬ an execution agiu t him for SI 000 and on the train visiting Mrs William Arnold The Courier Journal commenting on vorable in the contraction of diseases or nusual bargains in heavy goods as were badl- frightened now the Sheriff is to sell his goods at the kidneys and bladder As a pre Mr John Conway of Lexington spent our suggestion that the word Commonby rekrence to their large sue loo Keep Your Eye Picked a few days in Richmonl test week wealth be changed to State so as to war- ventive ami for the cure of all kid advertisement elsewhere in this Thanks Awfully Heab Boy ney and livir Irniihl use that valuable State Attorney Four years ago to day January Sth Mrs MJ Hill has arrived to join her rant the expressions weather has loft too many jrin remedy Dr J 11 McLeans Liv r and Rich- Â¬ Mr F D Thompson representing P John G instead of Commonwealths c the anniversary of that memorable event husband who recently engaged in business Kidney Un per bdlh Call and Lorillard K upon theii hands Co Jersey City manufacturcarries im- Â¬ mond Ky nev says Would OU ruthlessly destroy when Old Hickory Jackson walloped the here see il Â¬ The time of holding the national enÂ¬ ers of the celebrated Climax tobacc was choicest gem in the cabinet of Ken life out of that Blaisted llcngiishman mense stocks of Salt Lime Col D W Irvine has returned from a the here Saturday Seeing our sign he Packenham on ia tiKd t oBipany tuckys orators Think of the spellbind campment of the Grand Army of the Cement and the Plains of Chalmette the pleasant visit of three weeks to relatives in rafted up and remarked that he felt The National Journalt of Chicago ets predicament who could no longer Republic in Boston ha- been fixed for Richmond and Madison county ardall Alabama Im- Â¬ Machinery the second week lu August The grand An article on Horace Greelevby much at home as Climax was a name the country hereabouts and elsewhere launch upon an eager and expectant audisas Gen James F Runyon came up from ence that magnificent phrase Our grand review will take place on TlHsiiay entirely familiar to him Sulkies Gear and plements Murat HaMeao Peruvian Newspapers were visited by the worst blizzard ever August 11th Mr Thompson says that P Lorillard Clarksville Tenn to spend the holidays old Commonwealth the best line of Groceries in hy Hon John Hicks Inited States Min Thk is an idol known outside of the North west Co is the oldest and largest tobacco among his old Iricnds Progress of Journalism in breaking age though and the Richmond t tcr to Feru Insure your property in one of C H the The winter had been mild No snow Mrs T W Davis and Master Parrish Climax has joined the procession leach Tipton are among factory in the world dating back 12S had fallen Kent Powells Ten Com pan 7 12 41- except a slight one three dys Within the past 23 years thev and Gents Both for Davis of Campbellsville are visiting the od things promised us for our years La Grippe is a French name for a before and the thermometer had aveiaged The main entrance of Hie Monte have paid internal revenue taxes to the family of Mr S Parrish James H Carson of Charlotte N number January Russian disease La is simply the French Oriogarubilug but 530 in October 440 in November housrwhich was closed C has in hi- amount of 48000000 11 the granite Mr Wm Hardin and daughter of Bed- Â¬ for The and Grippe merely means some and 3O0 in December In fact six decrees lrof Ilanttm Hurt all summer was ieopened a week ago step The gentleman appeared not to be 01 which Jefferson Dark stead oa ford Trimble county are visiting his thing thats grabbed you ands hjld on A new sring Pro R L Blanton of Nicholasville shaky about the quality of his tobacco or above zero in December was the coldest which will be filled with the 18th day of April 18o5 w lien in to vou It is a disagreeable sneeiin At daughter Mrs J F Stone more tables lias been added O even the quantity for he opened up his weather that had come that winter was in the fearful wreck on the C that ciy he received and read the tele Â¬ red eyed disease like Miss Gallie Gay of North Middlctown siiortin blowin Sulphur He had an eye knock- - grip and gate all the boys in the office a the same time some days in Decenbcr gram aiiiioimuciiig the death of Prtsi rire Ioniado and Accident Insiir- and bis face terribly bruised Prof handful and they say it chaws mightv cot the mercury up to 6oc There had who has been visiting Miss Eva Roberts any other bad cold and sometimes kills anew written by Powell dent Lincoln 7 3J It is to man what pink eye is to people been considerable frost and a good deal returned home on last Monday came trom Fayetteville Va and well It fured Iiiiits Masai The fifth Louisiana district lias jus of rain As the weather then was much Hon C F lljrnam is mentioned by the he horse But La Grippe is oomething is now the assistant to Prof Frank T like that of the present winter it would Lexington Press a6 suitable material lor more than a little nasty disease it s a contracted to spend SsOOOO on leTeo Si iiinviii Kv May 4 1889 This Tht Youns Ladies and The Engine Catlin Principal of the Nicholasville fashion In fact it is a fad and is sweep work When that is rompleteti all the is to certify that 1 had Hiiglits Disease Nicholasville High School Nicholasville Friday afternoon IfiooM Mary Shcp not be suprisin if we were again caught member of the National Republican Coming the country like baseball the li teer levees smith of Arkansas line will be i r somelhil g ery much like it and napping mittee Journal pard and Sallie Wilmore two of our v s in very treble health This was in puzzle or pigs in clover Everybody four feet above high wafer I used nawatoava About II oclock in the forenoon of the You of At Less Price Mrs T T Covington gave a delightful the year of 1887 popular young ladies were walking on llwnur haiht now has La Grippe or is supposed to have of Smiths Kidney Tonc and tea at her home on Third Avenue Thursrermns suo msii a ne ot exposure bottlesnow in the railroad trestle near Mis Sarah da Mentioned January Sth snow it or pretends to have it If you cant are ruhject to rheumatism neuralgia ion of officers by Richmond Lodge am better health than I have As niyht approached the to fall ind day evening About twenty persons were N pc F W Miller Iic- - Cookes residence when the jard engine increased and by oclock a veri able present have it in reality do something thai will aud lumbago aud will Dud a valuable been for years came thundering around the curve The 9 Jamks M Henpkkm P M Pope Vice Dictator W pioducca strong resemblance All the remedy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic with extravagant Sold by V ti White engine was going at the rate of about six Manitoba blizzard 101 v l niccnntocK will begin a snuff boxes of our ancestors tre being Oil Liniment i will bani ii pain and Druggist Richmond Ky Prescription H rsims Assistant Dictator John P miles an hour and had nearly 48 eow make tha Which are always staple we will also reduce in otdi reached Dakota trimmings was sweeping the couise of eight lectures on The Greater brought out on the sly and the venerable subdue Inflammation tl M Tavlor Past Dictator R L Gentry It was a howler and a hummer English Poets in Cardvvells Opera House country the young ladies before they were aware In the windows of the principal cut complete being the time ot the yeai fox 11 A company is engaged in building a IMF This Financial Reporter Fd Rowland Ke- snuff is once more brought into requisiwhen the engineer reversed as quickly as and a ripper and a roarer It would iiave January 20 1S9O Harrodsburg Demohi Detroit one now sets tion to get up the sneezing Tobacco new hotel in London which will eater clothing stores James Alman Guide C E and Conox roois we would advise you to be sure to call at possible Mss Wilmore jumped to the commanded respect even in Texas where crat live turkeys fantastically dresaed In Smith Sentinel The lodge is more crumbs pepper and similar agencies are xcu ively for American pitrona once aud examine the stock ground and Mi s Sheppard climbed down the historic Norther comes like an army to be called the Columbia and it is to garments madeof cheap Iniieil Mr V P Smith attorney at law much in demand jiils who never had is prosperous than it has ever been on the lower post of the trestle and was with b nncrs 01 a Womans Rights In thoe stores a turkey is given Irvine was here Monday looking well a broom in th rir hands are now sweeping niveau Americm bar In order that no CASH HOUSE can have any advantage over By midnight it was all an rieeFamSehi released with a chair and a plank from Convention away lo whomsoever buys a suit of and said his town had a future as veil as the floor vigorously every div because us- we will giveO per cent off ol the COST RATE for CASH Powell reiiieseuls Ten of the laTRsst Mr Jonathan T Estill has sold his farm her unpleasant position overcoat Harrodsburg able bodied man could do to travel a Middlesborough Beattyville and other the dust makes them sneeze The weath Fire Insurance Companies an I writes clothes or an couple of hundred yards up Main stieet Democrat ot Jt2 aires five miles out on the Speed places I11 all er is provokingly warm so that it is Mills Stores Dwelling fflT Wc have just received a beautiful line ot WALL PAPER Stables ami DElSKEXSESS L1QI lR IIAIMT Sluppard formerly resided in A number of gentlemen who resided in rnpike Mi A lilack of Knox D Gilbert and wife of Clark almost impossible to contract cold in the Livestock at Lowest Itacea Wmii then is hut hue lure the Dr John which is cheaper than ever sold in Richmond before 7 2 county is the purchaser at iSoco The Richmond and is the daughter of Rev the suburbs could not go home The La Grippe has its uses ttr liaiaes ttsMefl Hostile which stood above 400 county are visiting his old home in this usual way thermometer W V Sheppard afths Episcopal church m11 be made to d A syndicate ol Englisti c ttaliflta has This farm in It ran lie eiv ciio of tea 01 If a fellow comes DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS in the forenoon sank rapidly towards county and will leave Friday for South where it really exists is opposite the C R Estill farm recently The trestle is ten feet high Carolina where they will remain some homH lntn with his rv t s rtL and his purcbased for fS000UtM all the osl iiu iit cure zero and continued until the second i per sere uker 01 stomach a little unsteady he tells his wife mines nine in number on the line of morning where it halted at I4l below weeks Jackson Day Madison continues to receive good he Hannibal and St Joi ph Railroad Miss Sally Cobb gaye a charming party that he has this infernal Russian disease in On Wednesday January Sth 1S1 iust zero after a little spree of about forty antial citizens from other counties Macon county Mo hours The wind continued high all to about seventy five Iriendr at her home that seems to be mania all over the counthree quarters of a century ago to dav the irmful ill try Disappointment in love a blank ttmrt Kay Phleians presrrihe Dr J II Me Milts front It ration Cnrestgu beautiful Plains of Chalmette four miles night and day and the snow drifted near Red House Monday evening of test Leans Tar Wins Lung Blm in i Hush reports onlv l Auctioneer Z I A nice supper and dancing were lottery ticket or any similar experience k Sen it elow the city of New Orleans were a higher than ever before known in this week ibey lind no trace of opium or morphia 186 17 16 that tends to bring on the muilv gi 110s Itaie St Cincinnati O attle on the market and they were scene of carnage It was not a deep snow not chief features country while lis ellk icy in curing all IhrtMtl or and desolation Eailv is charged up to La Grippe nly 50 sold and they went at in lung diseases hi wonderful 27 48 A man named Laird at Battle Mr Thomas P Dorsey an I wife forthe morning of that memorable day more than six inches if evenly distributed Mi price of iV to 2i cents Coninteiiiiil College Free Sir Edward Packenham with but drifts seven and eight feet high were merly Miss Fannie Risk are visiting her la h has never bten hbolisiied as Ground lid a short time ago went to The There were only to to ic broke inules killed a fa pork a neighbor motliL r near Union City They will Students of Central University have ac- a mean of discipline in p rial 12000 British regulars marched against found in every direction sold out of the 100 or more on the market The 6 oclock train North went out in remain until March ist and return to cess to the commercial college department Ihtua in Germany Uenerally er dresaed it no ia mens clothes put the city But on the plantation of Mr they u c They went at 90 to 135 oclock train fiom Flemingsburg their home Chalmette General Andrew Jackson with the morning and the free of charge The second term bgins a thong twenty inches long fastened 10 ting o hat on its head ami then placed No horse trade to speak of it ou the seat Inside him in hi- - buggy a small army of militia and Kentucky and the North came in but the 11 oclock Take advantage of this young a handle a yard loujj Miss Riddell daughter of Judge Riddell the 27th Large crowd but the worst day any Tennessee train from the South stuck in a srow of Estill county is spending her holiday men But the tiick was detected and lie was riflemen supplemented with body em An engine was vacation here with the Misses Rice Miss arrested Neuralgic 1ersons the small band of the pirate La Fitte had bank near Duncanon lilting J R LAUZELKRE M Dentrenched himself behind an earth work sent out to the rescue and it too got ast Riddell is attending school at Staunton Sale of Land aad Stork taking Still another engine started Va Washington cor Lou Times Of Jefferson Medical College Pliiladel 6 oclock the battle began and at i it in the snow Hitters n i lirowns Iron re 1 15 Mr- - Nunc at Foxtown has At Jones has irttde raark and crscI licco ou raier North but stuck tight just Oiitside the Pa the Celebrated Examining to sell her farm stock crop closed three hours General Packenham Prof W II Morton recently of this phia l r Remaining unclaimed in the Post town limits The Lexington stage did Physician of Thk Fhani h Medical ing implement and household goods was killed General Gibbs second in com MTiteat Richmond Ky week ending city and who has had charge of a school A movement has been inaugurated by January Till 1990 attempt to leave The Irvine hack INSTITITK ColUIUbUS The sale is fixed for January 23 See mandwas mortally wounded and Genera not at Romney Va has accepted a position ANI SlKGirvl t proceeded a few miles and found two Louis Ohio by request of many friends and tiie LJederfcranz Society hi Rev Jas J Johnson Capt advertisement Mrs Jones will spend Keenc was disabled General Lambert with the A and M College Lexington for the erection of a monument to Cap Box y ladies and a horse and buggy snovcd to visit Kichmonl Bailey I M patients has decided in Kansas City with her son withdrew the shattered forces leaving 700 e time and will assume the duties of the position MUs llanah Ma on Mis Maria under and it was w ith difficulty that they Ky Tuesday January 14 1890 Co I taii James B Ends tiie builder of the killed 1400 wounded and 500 prisoners iiie land adjoins that of the Clays Benin a short time Winchester Democrat tin Ida Mav Milton were rescued A hearse with a colVin sultation and Rumination Free and St Louis bridge netts lrvincs Moren Jas W c and the farm is one Jackson lost S killed and 14 wounded Cobb Sallie A The semi centennial celebration of the Strictly Confidential in the Private was abandoned just at the town limits on Sanders Mrs Sarah Collin Frederick of the best in the county Close to Thus closed the war of 1S12 Sick headache iie Starr J M the Lexington pike For raorfi than a Anaconda Club came off Friday night at Parlor of The Hotel Glyndon one day biiioiiMies nauseawind on the stomach arc promptly and churches schools post oiiicc and other About 40 visi- only e Mrs R mile out the pike was coverd with four the D and D Institute Keraoved agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc Dickey II B necessary institutions Willmore V J Leans Little Liver and Kidney Fillets Gore Mrs Rla to se eft feet of snow reaching fom tors were present some from a distance OUIt PKOrFSSIONAJ STAFF Mr D R Forman and family have Hugler Mrs Flora Willis tas Burcy fcae a vial A sumptuous supper was set for the guests 17 prd removed to the Jarman resicience on fnce to fence while tlic pastures on euch Each and every member of the Fiance Post Office linens from I a m to 7 v and toasts were indulged in by a number Hon IJonum Ne of North Brook M Money order and regctered letter The dentist who raised the trouble lower Main street of late occupied by side hadnt enough snow to cover the Medical and Surgical Institute 38 and the members and visitors Everything hours prompt 7 a m to i p m with Dr Cornelison skipped the city of Mr R L Gentry and family Mr grass A farmer near town reported he 40 West Gray Street is a graduate in field Mass hss lived under the admin went off nicely and all report a nice time J B WILLIS i M Thursday night leaving Gentry has removed to the house on snow eight feet deep in the vicinity of Chattanooga medicine and turgery from one or more tratiou of every President of the UiiUd fiis barn not a fence or gate post be ng Dr Beatty of this place is the only living only his creditors to mourn his hasty Second street occupied by Mr C D legally chartered medical ou leges aad States He is still in active tiiniiw Persons who found their oraj person who was a member when the so- SSTCTal of the members have bad many departure He noes unwept unhonored Paltie and family and they have removed visible Ad virc o Mother Danville cor Stan ciety was organized and unsung to other fields and pastures to the new residence built by Mrs Ham- Â¬ into town reported vehicles of all kinds years of exper encc in hospital and heTJrs WrysLow suiJiNGYKUPshouIdal7riTi uswl wlipa efaUdmi ari foid Journal It re eew And it is more than intimated ilton in the Estill addition special practice Dr Fiance president Mr T abandoned along th road The w nd lieves the lttle suffererut once it produces natural Deeeaihrf 14h s a ale red heifer Rev E Forman was present and has quiet it a mil I in liilli lienili mlim bright was as penetrating as it was cold and impelled by a healthy fear of the man he Ramsey and family have removed to the of the Institutii i is a type ol a i hiss of as 11 button i M mry atasnsS to ti te It yearling past weight between foui and long been a member soothes the child pain McCreary residence vacated by Mr houses that were thought to be proof had bv wionged and urgent creditors five hundred whle stripe serosa hipa men who obtain success by careful and regulates the bowels and 3 ths bctt known stur in foreheul Left my place near The young lady guests of Mrs Buck of the gallows of Hainan Forman and Mr R C Stockton el I directed Mr against such an invasion had more or less florta not attempting for diankow whstner arista Irom teething or t Liberal reward Ruthtoii poet office like otlier history repeats itself ner who received with her were her too much or creating false ideas as to other causes Twentr flre emu a bouo Stockton will occupy his new residence snow forced into them SQ SI Oaaaa Million iCai Co Fowls hogs calves and other animals sister Miss Claiborne of Virginia Miss ability on 4th avenue Mr Robert R Burnam The only reliable physician The kealorky uiaut Marries and family have vacated the Dr Harris lroze to death in various parts of the Tommie Duke of Louisville Miss Somer in these days of complicated disorders Rev Robert Collyer who began life The Philadelphia Times says of Martain house on Main street and the same will county One farmer lost 17 fat hegs Hays of Richmond Va and Miss Belle and higli prtn ure living is the specs h bbtesneailb and H now one of the o Haldeman of Ixmisville Van Buren Bates the Kentucky giant They averaged Mrs Buckner ialist be occupied by Mis Dr Walker and out of a lot of 5j the man who understands his meat popular living nreaebera ha juet Captain M V Bates better known as daughter Mrs Green Clay Mr W S pounds Two cattle each on two differ- wore a dress of cream colored satin front one branch of the busine s Such in entered upon his tiTUi year Barnums Kentucky Giant was married Duncan and family have taken the Hern ent farms wtre reported frozen All persons indebted to Cnvke Iten of white and gold plaited cord Miss hia line is Dr France With strict bus There are ninny Occidents and dis- DeJ it Uraoston will please cull n once The blizzard began in the Northwest Claiborne a handsome white silk dress iness honor high professional skill rea on Monday in Trov He stands seven don cottage next to the Patterson House eases which allecc Block and Canoese and settle Afler February 1st 10 per Ject eight inches in height and weighs and Squire Wm Willis and family take and swung round through the south iUo covered with lace Miss Hays a dress of sonable fees and a laige corps of cm iou inconvenience and luso In lite cent will be churned on all accounts The lowest temperature recordabout four hundred pounds bile his bride the Clay house out on Main street vacat- Florida Nile green Miss Duke petent assistants he has made his name iner in hi work which may be quickly Uananow CaooKs Dbnkktt is nearly three feet shorter and weighs a ed remedied by the use of Dr J II Mc Richmond Ky J ia 1st W br Mr Dancan Mr Burnam and ed was 40 in Idaho The cold was un looked very charming in a dress of fawn as familiar as household words 7 oJ little more than one hundred pounds family are at Mr W B Smiths While precedented ia the South The fuar colored crepe and heliotrope velvet Miss Those who have been treated by the Leans Volcanic Oil Liniment cane roots were damaged in Louisiana Haldeman wore a dress of cream colored Association are loud In their praises Both are in comfortable circumstances lie is at Frank foil Mi Charley Waller In 1888 nearly 3000000 bricks weie and Bales owns several fine farms of embroidered and wife have taken the lower part of the and oranges were frozen in central nd satin the over-dre-- s an I we understand that many new pa Â¬ manufactured in twelve cities of the The following ladies also as tients called at the Institute during the United States About 801100000 were Harcourts house Mrs Bettie northern Florida News From the Almanac ifated Mrs Buckner in receiving Mrs pat week and commenced treatment Green has rented the Pigg residence out uitdi in Pittsburg Jackson day January Slh falls on Wed Â¬ I desire to sell or rent privately the Hi-- an Mrs George Adams Mrs Harvey on West Main sireet near the limits Among the new casts recorded were nesday to day Ground hog day FebOn Haiiic li vine JStieet live roon 8 large two story Mrs Norman Mrs Morris BelMyers three from Illinois two from Indiana ruary 2nd Snnday St Valentines cay A Coincidence knap Mrs Judge Lindsay Mrs Judge six from Kentucky and five from Penn eastern yard and garden to rent jood February 14th Friday Washingtons 8 J Ward or Lewis Mrs Judge Bennett Mrs Wm sylvania Let those given up by others repair Cheap MrOn Tuesday night Mr William Benton birth day February 2jni Saturday April Healed on o good corner lot in Kilis Scott Miss Mamie Scott Mrs Tarleton call for corsultatiou which is free to E W VigiL3 of Waco had a vivid dream In substance Fool day April 1st Thursday St John he was in Frankfort and it ton Ky known as ihn Hugaa properÂ¬ Attachment suits for ten thousand Miss Alice Clay of Lexington Mrs Wm all him occurred to It It is said that during the year past ly H H COLVLli the Baptists day June asth Tuesday to drop 111 and see the legislature He was dollars have been filed agawist the L C Saffcl Mrs Ed Hensley Mrs Reynolds there have not been seventy ooeereu Independence day July 4th Friday The Rational Educational Associa V at Winchester and the Sun says die Mrs Alex Grant and Miss Efne Hill astonished U see Hon A T Chenault per- Â¬ livc hours lu the neighborhood of Cos Christmas December 25th Thursday St tion will hold Its meet in for lVJOatBt forming on a piano in the midst of the load is dead ton without rain A Washington special of Friday says John the Evangelists day Dc mber27th Paul Minn from July 4 to 11 House cjf Representatives Me was paying The railroad hands on the Kentucky The tea given by Justice and Mrs John Saturday t night and harass Are yru Hun-iSweet Home and singing it at Midland finished laying the track to this M Harlan this evening to introduce their Ambitious Voun UI WftAHI Tliis Coi- - ed by a badrestless U e Dr J II Mc cough No eclipse this year visible in Amerthe top of his voice When he had finished lege Leans Tur Wine Lung Halm it wii se Â¬ city yesterday afternoon and Paris nd daughter Miss Laura into the social ica there was great applause Mr Chenault Georgetown are now connected with Wrile to the Commercial College of cure ou sound sleep aud rfl iron world was a brilliant occasion and drew On Tnrssday January 23 90 27 39 prompt and radical cure then announced that there was a mighty bands The Kentucky University Lexingion Ky Xtn Drag Kirn to the handsome home on Meridian recent bad weather together good old Baptist hymn whic- he eould not The grand organ of the Chicago Ati On I be premises near Foxtown ou the he gold with wrecks have unavoidably delayed the Heights many of the most distinguished for circulars It received Mr C E Smith has sold his drug Lexington pike I will sing but theie was a young lady in the of the nation The Chief Justice medal at the Worldn Exposition and ditoium has 711 pipes 63 bells and Ho Kiclimond and Mi Millets hands people finishing of the road business corner Mtin and First strce sell publicly MY FA KM f gallery who could sing it to per- are now at work grading a small strip o and Justices of the Supreme Court and employs 13 teuchcis in Book keeping peaking slops It was built by an Messrs Win Powers and Terry Hagan fection and if the House would permit or Banking Arithmetic American ground to connec the Midland with he their families the Cabinet officeis and Penmanship and the irvoice was begun yesterday rather request he would bring her in He Kentucky Cei tral their families the diplomatic circles the llu ineas Practice PhouoKiaphy etc Paris St Mr Smith will return to or rather ton Doneisoii has a ijuauticy of new sul said that all the members who could sing Army and Navy people and hundreds of It is lh cheapest school in America in rinue in his favorite business dealing tirries auil buggies of the newest condemnation proceedings The Arnold it good repair at all could join in the chorus Accordingother prominent persons were at tiie course of study considered Kentucky mid most pooular patterns mountain lauds Mr Hagan was late all other oiit- and at very Sue nrci aril r before County Judge Chenault continue debut of the lovely young lady Mrs University Diploma ly the young lady appeared and sang while uuder seal pre Â¬ reasonable fiizrj 01 the firm of Collins Hagan furniture Seven speeches have been made C F Mr Chenault played the accompaniment a ell uud never faith Harlan and her daughter were assisted sented graduates It Mr Powers is a son of Mr John Powers pa the The Braziliat boole chun nearly all the members taking pait The Burnam Wm Arnold G C IocVhiirt in receiving their guests by Mrs Richard a prosperous fanner of the southern side IIou Johu Berkeley Grimball of large t and richest foreign colony in U o mile post Irom applause which followed was so great that Paris T W Bullitt Louisville H F Harlan Miss Woods daughter of the tele Mr Lowry will continue of the county Richmond Charleston 8 C a graduate of Ihe class Paris They never haggle ovei Mr Ientn awoke to find his remarkable Turner John Bennett J A Sullivan Col Justice Woods Miss Fuller daughter of as prescript ion ist le lime and place will sell cf 1819 is now the oldest living alum- Â¬ thing Caperton and Judge George Denny Lex the Chief scene only a dream and nothing more Justice Miss Noble and Miss nus of Princeton Dlltid KlTCIlKN Fl ItXITtKK ington will speak to day and the case Fiagg imMr Bentons surprise crn scarcely he Mrs Harlan wore a black silk all t rarmiiig I tens- If you sutler pricking pains on mov Mr Arnold took a relj f Corn Also the stock i son rep dress with corsage bouquet of violets The Promiituess With Which Mr Harris liig the eyes or cannot War bright Lode No agined when he received Thk Climax a will go to the jury Officers t ngof whack at all creation and skinned every light and Hud Received His Mou Miss Harlan wore an exquisite white i John W Moore W few hours later and read this announcement fulling you sstiould promi Dr J Hon A T thing from Maine to California mn in the per A J Ro M silk mull dress cut V shaped in the neck The fact of the winning of the 15000 Jl McLeans Strengthening Eye Sites Ragan Chenault went to Frankfort last Meek to N B Coy We learn on good authority that the and trimmed with white corded passe- by our townsman Henry Harris in tiie 25 cents a box W Jas A Stapp Secy One Rockswi fesrtiojt Filly BR R has appointed RNI Treas O J T Ljng aid in setting the new legislature to music Ir menterie and bore a beautiful bouquet of Ust drawing of The Louisiana I e Mules IWO Twenty one student o the Kieflleld beS There was certainly no conspiracy T Thos Seller to negotiate for the right of La France roses and lilies of the valley Lottery is not new to our ex sheriff he Henderson JI r cientific Hehool Yale have been sus Â¬ t Fox- - tween us and kit Benton and we were as way through replied Woodford county Mr Mrs Richard Harlan wore an elegant That the money had prompt i Daniel Root Lod 54 and 12 In Liiu he was with Seller will figure on both routes wheh dress of olive green with white lace trimly come Win much surpi I am not seeking fame and pended for low standing town Sanford Terms n day of sale knowing for what purpose have been surveyed and take the one mings Justice When uatu re fullers and rcquiies Harlan and his sons guess I will invest the money in real Langford J Bennett If farm sxeruit tie is the cheapest will doubthss mingli d with the guests in the most corunty of which estate lu ti It EP Dr J II ft be more satisfactory to our people to riner Ex Speaker and Mrs Car- - Napa AC Ins I illnl nml I1 I j make their ai VC J Mrs e the key note P Breckin- - ber 12tl it with Mr Seller lit T Hey wood Jwwa S JD - 1 - Â¬ Madison county has existed for a century anj besides its own ncceisary offices has filled numerous others There should now be a long list of ex officials yet how small the number electee by the people to be found in the county The office of County Judge affords not a man and that of County Attorney but one Judge Scott Capt R B Tcr rill is the only one left of all the former Circuit Clerks and Mr James Tevls the only one of the County Clerks Of the Jailers only Mr Samuel Biggerstaf is left So far as we can recall there is only one Coroner The office of Assessc r is more proiifiic furnishing three Messrs Thomas Thorpe Thomas Berry aad An drew Broaddus There is no cx Cojnty Surveyor and we believe but one Cojnty Superintendent of Public Schools Mr J D Hamilton Ot the Sheriff the record is better as we recall 1 N Mil S Parrish P P Ballard NJon Smith C K Oldham Samuel Bigger staff N B Deatherage and J B Willis Madison has furnished fne members of Congress hot she has now BO ex Congressman She has furnished several Speakers of the Kentucky House of repr- Â¬ esentatives but only one remains McCreary In the matter of State Sent tors the lift is comparatively fuller thn any above mentioned R J White John Bennett and John D llarrii The ex Representatives are numerous C M Clay Curtis F Burnam J B McCreary J Speed Smith Phil Kobeits J R Bur nam W T Tevis Three died last year Malcolm Miller A J Mershon aad Robert R Harris Of seven or eight Grand Masteis of several orders only one remains Mi Demaree than to deal with some outside party v crsailles bun Did vou ever take an accurate map of Kentucky and stretch a string across it irom Louisville on the one side to Pound Gap on the other Try it and you will find that the straight line runs precisely through Richmond You will observe thiU Bealtyville and Irvine are only seven miles off the direct line and Versailles and Shelbyville only ten Nicholasville is only two miles off Can you find a straihter line therefore than the Louis- Â¬ ville Southern A Nashville special says Major Ja A Jones of Woodbury attorney for the Cincinnati Alabama and Atlantic railroad is in the city attending the Supreme Court He has just received a letter from New York informing him that money had been raised for building the road and that the work will commence within ten days This road already has 700000 stock sub scribed by counties or the line The line is surveyed to run from Huntsville Ala ia Fayetteville Tullahoma Woodbury Livingstone Tenn Albany and Monti cello and Somerset on the Cincinnati Southern and will ultimately be extended to Livingston Ky making connection with the Kentucky Central Â¬ Â¬ ridge Miss Bccsm iige Maj J M Wright Miss Fin Ic Speed Mr Will m Raeyra Clay Mr Desha BreckirrlcUe and other Keniiickians were preset t Mr Robert McCreny accompanied his mother Mrs James B McCreary to the j tei mm This CI M and a popular The greatest beer diiukt is are those Institution Commence next week They drink 492 litres per of Munich Now that Squire Willis has cTme to aud be ready for Spring business town to live you can see him every day Addres i for ciiculars its President head per year against Viennus iifW LonilotiH 254 Ilerlins SM ami Pariss and have a long chat with him Wilber II tmitli Lexington Ky It 21 This co s the Munich inhabitants Wc forgot to say that W D Alverson One body was found in the Cnne on an avenge of a head annually was invoiced along with the stock in the maogb near Jobnatowa Pi Decem purchase by N B Dcalheragc of Mr Miii Food ber ilfjtl bat ol a man One of the Hagans interest in the Collins furniture bodies especially milk cows to Pri pared found Saturday aad was idenfirm tified as that of Mrs Lueiinl H Ron increase yield of Mlliv and BlTTEK The goose bone has slipped up this red any Ms lira Roberts waa lie tirsi white winter notwithstanding the entire absence child bom in the prevent limits of in town Will also grind com on cob of slippery weather but three weeks from Johnstown having been teiru in IC for the public Grinding day Ualurday Sunday will be ground hog day and youll Ml T s HOBERLBY Children will freely lake Dr J II know precisely how you aie running Tar Wine Long Balm un Women have been admitted to the Mr Charles Popp of Clay City and lifce eougfa syrups it com ai us no opium bar in all the New England Sates exMiss Mary E Benge of Madison were will aootlie ami heal any diaeamul the cept New Hampshire and Vermont married last week Nothing strange about throat or lungs quicker than uny other Mrs Hickcr asucies ful practitionerin remedy 27 39 it he popped the question and she imply Washington lias now asked permisIt lias been determined that a new W Harding completed said yes Elder sion to practice law hi New Hamp- Â¬ tunnel tlirouch the Alps is Deeeaoary the job shire Hon W B Smith lias a seat near the ami neither the Simpson nor Mont Road horses trotters aud runners Blanc will be the point chosen fire place in the Legislature immediately I have shod in any manner desired to the Speakers right It is an old time fjf- - iaowifs Irom bitters PERSONAL just received an extra lot of four year capacious wood fire place and between wry Indigestion HUiousn I abd growth timber for repairing rla Kerrocinsii Miss Lucy Crow has returned fiom the fire of the place and that of bit eloAll work guar all kinds of wagons quence Mr Smith ought frequently to hta trade mark an Danville anteed at the very lowest prices Shop warm up Mr David Chenault of Kansas was Seattle is brimming over with energy back of Brookss drui store t Here is a mild statement aad push Respect tally here last week Its groat Qalafortane is likely from an exchange At Franklin Kv B L MIDKIFF fifthly IO prove a prodigious boon Mr Alnvfy a IJrand lift To Sun Or daughter The New York Photo Cos Is a aefcotemlilp Jit Hie renowned Fine Art Gaiter and Music Store is Commercial College of Kentucky Uiii- - xwn at 227 Main Street Kemem versify Lexinuton Kjr either for lie j9 r firm hao i ome to Stay Iiisiiies i Course or Phonography etc with yon und proposes to do business A Course at this College lias provi 11 In its line right down to zero Give a capital and an imperishable legacy t in a call before pljcing jour orders if I FOR 60 DATS DHLT THIN COLUMN U le tliotisHliiN ol yi iin is a responsible We will for the next Sixty Days offer at greatly reduced rates our entire stock of Â¬ fr DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN I ORDES TO MARK ROOM FOR s Â¬ Spring Goods THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEOANT LINE Off t Â¬ J IDIR ESS G OOIDS Itolli lilack and Iivnv Â¬ NOTIONS Laces Glove Towels 1 - Â¬ Hambergs - Handkerchiefs Table Linens Taylor Hair Â¬ Â¬ NAPKINS WHITE GOODS Farm and best OF EVERY VARIETY Ladies market BED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS I n UNDERWEAR The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On account of the warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give you any ize Â¬ BLANKETS and COMFORTS Than Ever Heard Â¬ 1 Towels Table Linens and Hapkins Â¬ Â¬ - 11 wm emit i Â¬ i i a WARM in WINTER 11 - LETTERS CAUGHT TJS From 50 to 815 Â¬ -- -- 100 OVERCOATS 250 SUI1S Â¬ HEIFER LOST c- softeristc-Liirk-allaysal- l 1 OF WINTER CLOTHING 15 1 Â¬ PAY UP From S175 to Â¬ Â¬ 181 Pairs of Boots and Shoes Â¬ crepe-de-chin- e Â¬ crepe-de-chin- e For Sale or Hent STORE HOUSE Â¬ fJBKffi AT YOUR OWltiT PRIGE Must be Sold to Make Room Â¬ - PUBLIC SALE 1 SPK EOODS Â¬ These Goods will be Sold - AT COST AND BELOW COST Â¬ 45O ACRES - HATS AND GENTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 Brood Mares URN1SHING GOODS IN THE l atest Styles CO MeKiSE Corner I Â¬ W A POWELL Richmond Â¬ foJeJ P per f Very Smart liable An instance of premature dentition rame to light yester lay George cher who is employed in the Gambrinus brewery married a year ago the daughter of Jacob Wetterer a brewer Three weeks ago Mrs Droescber was delivered of a girl baby It was per- Â¬ fectly formed and weighed ten pounds The first thing to attract attention was the fact that the little one had an unusual growth of very dark hair the mother being a perfect blonde The hair was nearly an inch long The family could hardly believe it when the mother called them in and showed that the babe had also been born with the two lower incisors almost full grown while with the finger could be felt the rest of the teeth on both jaws Since then the upper and lower molars have made their appearance and tlse babe has a full grown set of teeth in sight Mrs Tibbies of Oregon street gave birth to a boy baby on Dae 0 Or Hiile who was in attendance found that tin child which is a tine fully de- Â¬ veloped male had five upper teeth in front well through the gum The lower teeth were just under the skin ready to pop through Dr Haile then made a thorough examination of the babys month and was greatly astonished to find two molars in the upper jaw on op poajte sides as large as the nail of the little finger of a man They were well out of the gum and bad been cut evidently some time before birth Thev s far advanced as those of a child of 0 years Opposite these teeth in the lower jaw were two more molars just under the sun through which thev srere ready to cat All the other teeth were plainly visible through the gum and it is very probable that in a few days the child will have i full set cut The mother is a healthy woman and has had several children all of whom how- Â¬ ever cut their teeth at tho proper periods Cincinnati Telegram Â¬ THE 10 COMMANDMENTS Think Carefully and boy from us 2 Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach I ur Plan 210 W Main 5 Deal Honestly Is Our Motto 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know I Buy Frequently If You Would Please IV ell Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim 10 PAY PROMITLY Is ur Earnest Request 1 Unprecedented Attraction W0VER A MILLION TWZ liOVE LIFZ THE HUMAN l VOICE Itihitiial Use oi i IHSTR KITED bes wood It Is Iiulii f inMpir or by Itie Tobaooaa Loiisiana State Lottery Comtany Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its franchikc made a part of the present State Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Mammoth Drawings false place Semi Annually Juneand December and its Grand Single Number Drawing- - take place in each of the other ten months of he ear and are all drawn in public at the Academy of Music New Orleans La FAMED FOE TWENTY YEAES For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Payment of Prizes attested as follows We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi Annua Drawings of The Lou Kiara State Lottery Coinpam and in jer son manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same arc conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith toward al pariio and we authorize the Company to use this certificate with facsimiles of our signatures attached in its advertisements Â¬ ahculu woe tintia coca I lowi eg too aeon II RnorbrH it r th tbe rea Gut re auits me bes jaia J s ther hum life uts me bes A 1 uu o X 1 C rama home and nothing lss Jcs taer hoE lfo Baits mo tes Jis tjcr tome life suits mc bes lJos 01 crfi ar crab I gl rk and rceaa Liver eora an bo d tb ngs is C00 l home for food no rail t cb dro address Jta tjerhomo lfe sails me bes jcern y cr j rtajIVhen y r sic t yr fus tc rrunit e Ue as wticaycrse 11 llcne rhT I sfi- Is Lome and bood I aay -- asl Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead you to success and and make us happv SHACKELFORD DEALERS IS GENTRY Jos ther home lire suits me bes Aius ia w 11 sr yc One bank w rd to miliium sweet 0 astat be boat This up still L tie cci va will riy dress Jes ther h a Toronto G obe II 1 1 s OUR LITTLE M1- - MAID larishly C ALL KINDS OP HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE W n DENVAKE HOUSE FURNISHING CO DS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING aiul GUTTERING PLOY FARMING IMPLEMENTS HAY RAKES WHEELBARR01 FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET d ia Un un na Was nerun itly 6 ui iow as I s I f ETC tional Bank A Baldwin- National Bank 4- Ilcr cy wi s dy 1 y by it Cmmissiokeks r Jdfrom oa iky hib AND YOU WILL FIND US Wo the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana Stat Lotteries which may be presented at our ouiit R M W ai msi Fy President Louisiana National Bank riphres soiaro Taeir worlk I d claro Oatralaea a throne i eyeniugs under tho table seemed to have Buffered little of the well known effects of alcohol on the nerves while the modern tippler who is never intoxicated is a being whose wholo nervous system miy be said to be in a state of chronic inflammation Iu like manner ciearetto those ot mill is least who lnhnlu the smoke and do not merely puff it from the lips outward as Cailyle weald say arc often iu a state of chronic aamotio poisoning Tbe old jest about the slowness of the poison ms applicable here but though the i may bo slow there can he little doubt thai not kill tho body it is sure Even tf it it too often kills or greatly impairs the vi tims working efficiency and usefulness in life The local effects of cigarettes hi the mouth mast also bo taken mto account by whoso woik Ins in the iliieciiou of public speech The white spots on the tongue aud inside of tho checks known as smokei V patches mo believed by some sectors with special expeileuee to lemore common to devotees of the ritrarcttc shaa in other smkers this aabeaithy condition of the mouth may not only make tpeakMg troublesome or even pajjifuL but it is now proved to boapredis mseof can cer AH fiery pungent foe entaor drinks tend to cause congestioa of the and if this condition bcoomesefaronic it may leud to impairascntlf not complete I Tobacco alcohol an fiery condiments of ail kinds are br st avoided by those who have to speak much or at least they should be used in strict moderation Like tippling the effect of cigarette smoking is cumulative and the slight but constant absorption of tibacc i juice and smoke niLiUes the practice frr mora obnoxious m the long ruu than any other form of smoking Our fore fathers who used regularly to end their Â¬ SADDLES HARNESS AND GEAR The old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of next to No 96 Second Street Garnet t House has a complete stock of STOUFFER OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC Tsw 20000 OF- - WORTH G W FIGKELS Saddles Harness Blankets Whips Boots Curry Toe Weights Combs Soups Bridles CLOTHING of his own selection for which he paid CASH and got liberal discounts that Spurs Horse Scrapers Oils and every thing else needed by persons who handle horses Saddles Manufactured lo Order and none but the best material used Gentlemens ladies and kept in stock boys Saddles Harness of every description Trace Chains Homes Backhands M Mr he proposes to ive to his customers STOUFFER INVITES Y0D TO EXAMINE THE BeJlybands Collars Collar Pads Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridlex Whips and otlier things used on ihe farm Only experienced workmen em ployed Largest and Most Complets Stock in Richmond HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES WITH EVERY QUJLITY OF GOODS cutiu ie kuwn voice rtaa own Pikrki Lanaux President State Na- SHACKELFOKD BtCHMOXD GENTHY - President New Orleans President Union National re a ins no doubt iri reverent a r An angel is there s I tt uatoth about aid virtues cf the mysterious possets and draughts on wb orators pin their faith exist mainly in the imagination of those who aaa thai at best they do nothing more tlnin librcvte tbe Joists of the vocal machine so as to make it work more smoothly Cn cm porary Review UNKNOWN Tim EasaagSpBgfri Tie supposed miraculous TONGUES Ky July 10 1880 Carl Kuhn Tiis radant sprite I f saa hne daw bat a mre ul Uc Ifrmcy Eequirefl of Responsible rirtics to Commence Treatment GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING 14 It yenrs only few tyrr nze too J R LARZELERE M D Of Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia Pa the Celebrated Examining Physician of The Frani e Memi al and Si rgk al In Columbus Ohio by raoaaest of many friends and patients has decided to itit At the Academy of Music New Orleans Fa TUESDAY JANUARY iSyo rLnaa wo call her God k Lp her wo pray Capital Prize 300000 titite RICHMOND TUESDAY JAN 14 I89O Consultation and Examination Free and Strietlv Confidential in the Private Parior o The France Medica and Surgical Institute of Columbus Ohio is the oiity Medical nstilute in the State Incorporated with a Capital of 30000000 HOTEL GLYNDONonedav only 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each Halves 10 Quarters fj Tenths j Twentieths i LIST OF PRIZES I Prize of 5300000 300000 is Prize of 100000 is lOoOoO 1 Prize of 50000 is 50000 Prize of 25000 is 25000 Prizes of 10000 are 20000 5 Prits of 5000 are 1000 are 25 Prizes of 100 Prizes of 500 are 200 Prizes of 60000 300 are 200 arc 500 Prizes of 100000 1 1 Ictn I fjes lrd her sweet BETTER I wthlfcs -d ron ii Ci C70 1 tcr cut 1 ar and taller rT Bird t nut Other Aninml- t iirioii LtteratafaSa - n of animal tongues are of Tho best kncourse the met per feet aiongt atm those of birds It wocld beakoDgliat were we to mention bath til of tho enrioaa literetan that eft d and ot ic h s bcn Written on tbis sutj it i A nero herself cav Ore ru Concerning Pork Chorm Â¬ Â¬ thus on the subject of pork chops in Nineteenth Century Although the question respecting Mr Gladstone writes If yon want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging If you in price from 4 upwards want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 8 up 11 prices of Plow Gear from Somethe cheapest to the best thing entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ol lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- Â¬ STOUFFER IS THE i l OLDEST CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND And knows precisely what yon want THE WA tVno serves hs country be3t Not riid stormy space Leaala lorh tier armlea to tbta Bsrea affray Um tiuie of turmoil arid uari it is Long years of peac succcet it and replace Tbera s a better way 5crt aguage of birds t le h n for the loss oi his eyes Hclenus of Troj Thales and II pus claimed to possffis it Boossoa wh had triad m excee bag much and spake of f fowls and of creeping tkings ard of fi hts ii reported to have u a Dg of every birds Inyeven gives i i Lis Kaural History an for the i buiialng of sue wosam isti the knowledge of the Ii AITROXIMMIOV 100 Prizes of 500 are 100 do 300 are 100 do 200 are TERMINAL PRIZES WLo s res hii counry best Not he who guides her senates in dbalc And makes thj laws which are her prop and stay Not he tie poets purple rest s And i of love and grief and file Tiierc is a letter ay ffi scrv Wbo J rofl id Ki rptg Diir who sparrows 1 iit hi n from i Seville the great ChriaCaa waster notes i tbe i ws of the I 50000 30000 20000 11900 its country best that a I s - ti IKIZfcS iff do do iooare ICO are Aaat sun but one aad lav irTitbtatbai brcaat Is stroii er than the graven law oa Mans Tiiera a a batter v iy her nobly on us for everyday lot Bhoysee at too early u k icw their voce ana ojold til v ct IX t and who roi e of t vclve t cf oftbr lay SngUS ted harpener day yostor hjbefore yvtobere throngh y fr ooir it is iifii Rtadted the ifji lleserVS And his cou try 1 I 3134 Prizes amounting to lfi Noik Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not entitled to terminal Prizes s rs are life and doetb rthteeau flned nalka str bt piths however otlcrt tray And uttcrirMst bapjnaal aVatauUeaa rraeorJ w ci iil mea raay ri No drop but eervee the slowly lifting tide an e r d tesotae 11 wer fa try oft heir i icmbli roadveutnr inl oil da and A other aitaiaai a a ra 4flvVBn ACENTS WANTED m9 For Club Rate- - or any further intormation desired write legibly to the undersigned clearly si r residence witii State County Street and Number More ia Ki return n erv will be assured by 01r entiosing aa Envelope bearing uur full liilncil o And man by m in smales t atari power L hs Uakc lk lirai cell g aciiwara mg ray to all thi ret of tho coant7a y n9 loipful rr v tioaalis- - IMPORTANT A DAUPHIN Address M nght A in tapa brazil Ar or WaaJuogtoa C By ordinary letter containing Monej Order inued by all Bxpreaa Companies New Yoik Exchange Draft ur Postal Note Adiircs- - Registered Litters containing M 1 A Dai raur New Orleans Li tonrtry uiil Trflftflrre Nilr nt Air Vitclr nt tliknoia ja riartl 11 i line of s cbanted tli ra who liivo 1lfiisurn for a Cliiltt Illessed le the hand that prepares a pleaa U for a child for there is no sayiac when and where it may aain bloom forth Does aot almost every body reasember on-e kind hearted man who showed lain a kindness in liet days of his childhood The writer of this recollects himself at thhi momcat as a barefooted Sad taadrna t iie w fiiee of s poor little gardes la bis own With longiag eyes he native viilagn guzed en the flowers that were blooming there quietly in the brijrhtuess of a Sun -I the keeping of swine and the use of pork is by no means disposed of either by tho authorities quoted in tbe text or by Wilkinson I venture at this fatage to offer the following conjectures as somewhat probable in the eselves ind not inconsistent with the evidence as a whole I That in the warm climates of Egypt and Phcenicia tbe use of pork was on sanitary grounds repressed by prohibitions or restricted to particular occasions 2 That the great thrift resulting from the rearing and consumption of the animal may have kept the practice extensively alive notwithstanding restrictive laws especially among tho classes to whom thrift was an important object 3 That as the pig is useless to man during life it is very difficult to account for its being bred and kept as it evidently was ex- Â¬ cept upon the supposition that it was wanted for food 4 That if the animal as domesticated was brought into Greece by Phoenician ships its consumption for food may have spread there in a cooler climate and a society-- free from sumptu- Â¬ ary restraints and yet in Homers day may not have wholly ceased to be a dis- Â¬ tinct mark of southeastern origin and 0 That the sialos tho associations carefully and delicately fatted pig was served as a luxury at the tables of tbe rich while the use of common pork was reserved as in the cottage of Eumaioe for the poorer class Such is the evi- Â¬ dence of the Odyssey Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A D RUFF iM Has Suits Overcoats Fasts a Elegant Prince Alberts Nobby C u t a w ays memmmkkw vL New Cuts in Sacks A f m HATS IM ALL THE NEW STYLES -- A PROFUSION OF NTCIUKBJE1EIER UEAIKii IN UNDERWEAR Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver aud Special Piated ware etc attention given to FETTINQ DIAMONDS AND OTHKIl PRBCIOUH BTONFH Ubllglng II u Frienua REPAIRING Promptly done ami in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver W prai lira Currency loasesrtha 1 Hra ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New Orleans for liiere the race uaknotrn name or nofave Wn is announced by b no niiit Imitius day BRrrniny came forth Tho from bis little cottage he was a cutler by trade and i j nl the whole week alius work in the lie wis enoM Into bis gnrdi n to gather Dowers le ste- in tl In when ut in church Bo saw i vol it La air a off which aftcrapreliminur OF JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE la JLVJL PHILADELPHIA PA JkummTmS FRAXCE MimiCAL AXD SURGICAL IXSTITITTE 38 now Gaj Suae Hot tort tf SUtt iBta CtHiwiLsO licarjOL rK France at tag f THE CELEBRATED EXAMINING THYSK IAN OK THK DL Fraki t tlic m 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Ticket by us in any Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a DoUa is Guaranteed by Four National Banks of New and the icd by the President of an li tion whoe chartered rights are recoaj nized in the highest Courts therefore beware of all imitations or anon 1 Prizes REMEMBER that the payaaeayt of Ion- - shrill u - is forth n11 intii I he fulrfl gi bcauti- - wis streaked b iy with ami lb it ii i From er Neither th roe ions the etraafr ffercnt key recalling the and waking ii - ri word The swu Brazil i an l lour or live beaatifu Ij transparent tvlnga It Cka ranidly fnni tree and rarely nttcra its unni o dious note except ata undown on account ot tvhich fact JTcd front the tio up lot tie six Oolock ii 1 cijjarra1 as heart iini aVllhii liid tpiesMrs ifrrsli Till s - m bianco profs a trii a sacrifice - 11 K1 raaa PM mm POPES to Post Oi kick K TO aai af mt palpaim af iar avai r riamaw aiairna mt tac aead iaafjaal u h mrr iunr auyfvr a iiri a laaaaw bran IkaMHv an rarj Lu aiMin vr 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KFTLZFBT OS FITS roataMle cand mj a oaa aad mmmmi mtmm i THE BKSIPLAi BIY YOUK piiri I iarilwareaDuufc LARD CANS fc mm rt 11 - - 4ia af aaaa aiaaaBj kjaaraai af kt BUTCHER KNIVES MEAT CUTTERS And all kinds oi TINWARE TINE COAL VA rrvrailiac aankad h FREE ETAIiTNATION OF THE UKINE--Eaeperson anplvinp for medical treat iBPntniioiildarnrlor brinrMiom 1 toaounresof nnnefthatpaarjed flrat in the morning preferred h will rerifea rart ful rbemieal and mirniM opical examination wiii ruma raitrnd in health by nlearneil pretender i who keep trifline with thran month after pawTMrEirtRw faaaoaiuRi aaMl tianorra itataaf aaxajrki aAoaJd apply taamediati v I WONDERFUL CURES a i iimaji bat where priMihle peroaal r fmT immt RfKl rireapotvir ivre ronfidentia IaWTo lanefioa free Add tra with poatagc 5S preferro Tratmni DB FRANCE St ia i i I T 0y 6t CCWUBOX 0 FINE CUTLERY COAL OIL BTOVHB P01 siddles r Af T pvNewanl0ri9iiialI3esp 9mf Call and see lie celebrated ECONOMIST RANGE the best cu earth T C VVELLS B up una MUNUMtN In Granite and Marble A s F CARR W iiKMLEY 4 CO con tinue in their elegant hou er of Main and Second BtaMta Rwhmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herndon as a drug store C T WELLS lanl CO is out Rgainst tka it may be the waving branelies of 00 palm or the lutitf harts toiifuiakjapei leaves of the batuna Kaptdly cat tiut toe sky tkroufrh mauy ai neet uviliKtit iii- iaf a shadowy border land iui in a quarter of a hour day has beetfBsa night and then the Unto furtbesinginarof baaecti el Not insects alooe birds are equally aettre aae arhieh t tie natives call Pet iiue is an evening rather than 1 nehi Iird and usually siugs just as thai oa is settiujr beginuing with a very pro louRed note and then rapidly ilc ceudin an octave in regalar cbruraatac loterraia aaeies at bird mualo whack has rather ai extraordinary effect Bometaatee from far off is beard a sound dolefnl and eerie in tbe extreme Uhetbeeryof a human bt tnir hi distress Oh Oil Ob four note adina the scaio in Lug dr wa uighi or rather moans of agony and when hearc first time one Inolined to fly to th victitn is only u bird sad to be a kind of guaUsucsxr whiob amuses it elf in this peculiar fashion lionz m 1 it has been found neccasarj so 10 vary tho giro rrbiatio m to liistinrruish if from tho note of tbecicaiia No sooner li i 0 the cirrarrus be iiiht thni the Sim a upload f in thecold north even by our nn atire artist tho brilliant coloriufr fiurucr being often ritraledorra At tunes the soa rescnti a ranee of Klobe of fin and ahnoat terrible in iti b 111 tpthe sky witlia crimson glory bringing out into nun attm 11 1 11 i that in districts where thry abound bve v f ar k Aad nuture lias rei is so What p is more common in our mouths than the simple but htgwlficat Ive i h pei Ker is there any human being howsoever for lorn in material posssesii us or Li n aGicted ti iio w s not originally endowed with this cipu y of he e Go tothehosv- better afford lis dinuer daily for a year than ii tii Lai esily an Jiopo a can It wereeasj pects i to J q that this or thai invalid is fVnnmrdamd ti at he cm not bj all the OTidenca of huaiaa fore iUt and experisoco Hvo one day mora aVcli and bow are you na to sek inan aud ps Jul eaa a4 hr betrajiag in Toortoeo the pity you fool for feim thus BOveriagbet ttntwe worlds uboatoae c one he Is leaving yea an wbica aicne abo to assure yinrsoU thai yon h lowaay thing decisive Oh muck better ho replies with sironif hope in his voice and hh to find despair in - t- te Aro you taking medicine for any-Â¬ thing asked a young man yesterday of a friend who stopped him on a corner The astonished friend recovered from his surprise lung enough to say he was Well went on the young man not if you had been I should have hurried on Why Well because I think I have more ailing friends than any one else in town and the worst of it is that they persiat in telling me all about their ills and go so far as to ask mc to try their I who rm always well am medicine nearly sick from it In the aggregate last week I tasted four different styles of pills three elixirs and tried two Catarrh cures What could I do when a friend came up and told me of his ailment and what he was taking for it and then asked mo to have a pill with him I like to please every one but if this keeps on I am sure it will be the death of me Tho other day I met a friend who has catarrh and he asked me to go up and call on Hilly Clarice to try his new catarrh cure Now 1 knew Billy when he used to sell Chapiu Gores catarrh cure and I went up to seo him but my friend wanted rno to try the cure I havent catarrh but I obliged him Then in the next block I met a friend with a new rheumatism pill and I had to try two of thoso to oblige him This thing will kill me unless I buy antidotes and the young man walked sadly away Chicago Herald Â¬ Â¬ rlii JT I H t EXTENSIVE LINE OF NECKWEAR AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN Pfl tun M i I i n Dont foruel ibe place la the Post oilite llicliiioud Jan 4 tf next door Ky B 7 STOUFFER NO FIRST rSX JrtlD ET f mWmmmlrTt- tWACQTTAnrTED WITH THE GEOQRAPHT CF THE COtJNTET WILL OBTAIW MUCH VALUABLE rETORMATTOS FBOM A STUDT CF THIS MAP OF - 3 P MajSiffaBArgrMlrlsBS gT j J lj eyes ii Year BaMMad CoxttntRioa is ruro ii i i id hood bjt la I rpi aer tbe a e of liteen and smostcommon between the ages of and thirty Those who tescapeii ill the latter ae are ess and less prorio tr tas the years advance and may escape n they have a ary prei The Guinness Gift Ailthe Ohl O004I ords TIcObIv Coal iota Saddles anil Harness MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best workmen Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spun-- Stirrups Bridles 1 Trace Chains Collar Pad6 Collars Blind Bridle- Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck lea Harness Oils Harness Soaps Hone Brushes Scrapers Curry Gotnbs Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete Sad F dlery and Harness Shop A specialty of Only a square from the Cotirt lioue You dont have to oend away out to the depot CaJ Delweredto anyPartofTown Soft Coal and Anthracite r t - j43 iiliiiafisliip E1TT PEICES Nut and Lump Coal Now open at MyeiV oi lumber yard next to Siciinl Pr -- tiyiei iaii cliureh Quicke t l livery in town Lowest Ti alslaaj Inquiries axtendiag over a period of fortj fears mado of about t vc hundred mem bers of thJ Ca nd Oxford Uui-v-InstUctrd by Dr Maelaren r of the university arymnasinaa al Oxford have elicited facts which may be led as experimental evidence of the value of piy ieul training in a class ol cases iu v conditions of Ufo are mostly fn remote hence affording a test which practically evety clement ex cept the purely nnacalarone It rltnhistod Tbe benefits experienced by the memberf mt these en o be un increase of Stamina of energy enterprise and ex ecutivo power aad of fortitude in endurance of trial privations and disappoint agoi dly lie I of benefits bearing oi menis icuously at on the physical eue of tie q u stion sayi Dr JIu ari n strajrie for ex istcnic failure Ufrom PkursSaBsl ppoint-n-c-s prtM 17- lr IM - 0 T WTILLS CO irst Clas s than from mctely physical weakness of euicldo bearing out this Tbe Argot statementThe r T L UNIVERSITY o0o f Miilvirlualiiji - lowest Light Road Track Harness on oi - own iiidi by himself made the harness with S won her great Buffalo race and als i that with which Bell Vara raised aereelf from 2 500 to We bave the largest trade in Central Kentucky ami iiaranlee sali faclion Write for ricei and jniorma tiou laefore orderiuj any atyle of work WM ADAMS SOX Importers frr The SECOND TERM of the fnmtmi tabion of tltia institution will btgin rite his in- - 5000 WORK WARRANTED Oararibr BETOI lowai aaall I 49 48 i iron Ky Mcnd7 Juui logu k the 2711 ALL 41 40 T Prof Loisettes But Mutlr ntrj wOl lie rtoeived ai any time and charged fur he lertn only Kor further iuforiuatiou and Cata A MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD rMrlatinaip which aaa tba f In h al Ii apily to L H BLANT0N Minn Dw Fire in Anilife Hills furniture factory at midnight The firemen could not af preach within fifty feet of the burning building on account of the ml The tire is still burning and there are few hopes of saving the Arlington hotel the elevator and the corner building on Main and Thir The property will exceed t000 fully insure The cause of the lire vu jHin taneous combustion It started on the third iloor in the paint shop Kxplorer Llvingtons Only Son Demi A New Italian Coin Nkw York Dec 81 A Loudon dis A dollar is to be struck in Italy larger in bize and greater in value than tho patch to The World says Dr W Os- weu Livingston tie survivm familiar five lire piece The old Mario of David Livingston only famous African the Therese is to be the model Even in coins explorer died Monday night at his home and even in Italy they seem to be going at St Albans Almost with hi back to the old patterns Tiie Marie beath he regretted that he could not Therese thaler is not now so unusual as live to see Stanley again Oswell Liv ton was born in Africa thirtv n me it used to be There is a tendency in He had been in failing coins to locate themselves To this day the forty franc pieces of the First Na- for nineas yeara unable to follow his practice a medical man poleon rare in the north of France and Tbe Invalids Hope not often met in Paris arc in free circu- Â¬ lation on the Rivera The new coin will jly Incurable eases o mi jiihI of course have on tho reverse the fa- Â¬ i lv l BB miliar efligy of King Humbert and bo the Hluixt Balm n them for IkjdK allied wltii surrounded by an inscription setting forth tho Italian sovereignty over its - from African possessions American Banker 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ t Â¬ The magnificent gift of Sir Edward Guinness may be accepted without any fear that it will demoralize the class which it ia intended to benefit The 200000 which arc to be invested for the better housing of the London poor will be in the most unfavorable event an extension of the Peabody scheme which has been found in practice not to have done much fdr the destitute population that lives upon caslty labor The neat and comfortable tenements have been occupied by respectable and thriving artisans and very great has been the benefit which they have received But tho object of Sir Edward Guinness is to provide decent homes for the class below them to let the tenements at rents within the means of the poorest Yes but these are tbe persons who have no means at all no regular means none that will insure tho periodical payment of even the smallest nut That Sir Edward Guinness gift will do much good cannot be denied but it will require very cautious handling to make it do just that kind of good which is intended St James Gazette Â¬ tYhitt Una Happened in Jane Historically eonsirliired June is for Great Britain perhaps the most famous month in the year It is the month of Bannock bur n Naseby and Waterloo all of them battles of liberation and for tho extension and establishment of freedom In other respects June figures handsomely in the calendar It was in June that Magna Charta was sealed and it is the birth month among others of Dr Arnold of Rugby Charles Kingsley W H Smith Lord Dufferin Lord Wolseley and Mr Sturgeon June is generally also famous for its deaths among them being tliose of Mohammed Joseph Smith the Arrmon prophet White of Shelbourne aid Garibaldi It has been remarked thtt tho liotal is also the fatal month of a certain percentage of distinguished men yad we observe that Dr Arnold died in June One of the most notable of moirn June eveuts ueen Victoria is the coronation of which took place ia 1S33 just about fifty one years ago But undoubtedly the two big events of Tano aro Waterloo and Bannockburn Lie latter being to Scotchmen the greater of the two Glasgow Herald DR For 15 2 years M Bet Third and Fourth A MnrketStreet nice 7 Court Ttace now at r rilarW MlucatM o4 kc illy quali-i-mot suocaaaful as bis pram e ttl ptwra h tician and Us Cures all forms of PRIVATE CHRONIC aud SEXUAIi Disi EASES Spermatorrhea aud Impotcncy as THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND Wor-hin-rto- PACIFIC BAiLWAY v-- aLua In touUi art aai Huwu lb r f uW M pfslialng auturcr Wini effect Nefoeaoc rtwux rtiiit by dreams of l fcciite Mtiary Pay saw Pi iiahsoo race tleraaitor f yeara of rri C a fusion iu irn it imprricr or afihappr lu a - Im of ttt SYPHILIS are hnniMghly aad Herata wmL jj Tower 4c rpr pero- - Including- main lines branches and East and West i I Missouri River To all pointw East extonaions City to Kock Islnd Davenport Dos North and North ace Moines Chicao n LEA ROUT to Spirit Lake Pipestone ioui F town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and ci short direct route In connection with lineS lroro St Loi Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points ooaver rin Kansas City It also constituted an GLEET r Gonorrhea rk - THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST i THE MISSOURI RIVER n C ROJW t a serlpiu fwus of itiani restraint hiibrtrt acu pHj uudertalicu Uttt je Cures Guaranteed in nallr r by m ti or expn medetaa anyher r hr t - pn ale y all Cases Irrtr crtlF anal Ii traver8e8 vict areas of the richest farming- and grazing lards in the world forruinu m of most popular and economi transportation tothe speediest cities towns and sections In and rom all orado and the Indian Territorv FREE Rechning- Chair Kansas City tand Cald well Hutchinson Dodge Paiace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson and Loading rll competitors In splendor of equipment cool in summer w by steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and fresi from dut leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from tho Eaot Sn4 Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Scrtnj and Piifhln mntrit vei imrorunt in vurvBumfcj eyuionu in Kansas ana uoiorado Dining- Hotels at con fc venient s ions west of Kansas City and St Jc iuraish delicious metUs Muu- roj PRIVATE COUKS1XOR any Pi v iu A MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS howl fiOii be U rt ir Ui P alL ir tr tjmtw 2 M Sundays lo 4 i RIOHMONTD utura ana at moaerate prices Faribiillt Too Ilot for tho Firemen GOAL GO I have pnrehnsed the property o I lie suit toiiipativ and will keep on hand nil t the varieties of THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of ta Gods Cascad- Gren Mot Falls Idaho Spring untain parks mining curapa and - T lie yard desjrin to and city IS easy of acceso IVrcons their own coal will nothuve to cross the railroad I respectfully r quest a litieral pat ronaite of the citizens of both county i COAL liitttl let resorts rroimds and scenic uttr actions of Colorado Its Vestk aro equipped with every modern improvement tnat can convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment i hey also mako close connections at terrain nl cities In Colorado an Union nn ine uenver ana Urnnrto Coloraao Midland Denver Texas tnd Port Worth and all other diverging liner Union Pacinc r Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Western Trail rjBsuou monimy or rurtner uesirsd information liddroas E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN General Manager T Vot Pa s Agen Gi CKICAflO IL1 lo BRYANT -- STRATTON Business College 7 TOrLOUIS V LLE K Y T 8 BRONRTON G J A WILLIAMSON CITV ENUINKKK Civil Engineer and Surveyor Â¬ tSfSS Mjgl ASK7 YQ3J - INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO i Surveys made for Kstlways Turnpikes ltoadways Gxtrnisles xl veil Ac Farm drainage Town Lii laid oft statf GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines letmeeil to in vv lAWiOW rs yA v Seven Splendid Companies Norlh - 27 30 CilAXCKIIOK fn Far belter ibau the harsh tieutmen of medicines which horribly gripe the niier liciiiein I r Kmaiit patient and dtsroy the coating of be Dr J H McLeans Chills idoniacli aud Fever Cum by mild yet effective It U notion will cure t Vld at 5 cents a 7 39 bottle Warranted Jt Son Town Sjifeisi attention given topographical inspa ami pta and other lands Coiiespond sojieitfil with paities inti surveys of lands in mountain COOaV- Kentucky arOfttee Cky Hall RkhmowtKy jiliia bRGGER fipTHB mm ji prmsawfcM i 1 AViitv v na Hartford aaaaraarpjaira era will arwarara aa aark laaaker Palp Pkaaa mrhm aaataa iite iii raaa akaWe ilaaka irriiria o baV u payaiaaiwp aliiHi sssainili Kaaar Praaprrlmaot hi rtrf LaaarjMea Art W ia ara NOTICE TO CREDITORS unit aaaa arka aall raar latl II aarf Phaaa aracaa raa Tbe be ar tkaj aaaartre u Gi h 185 jjiliai apkeaawrh part w ae bfelb mmmwmmj mmtmtrj urn r l niur in aaahajiiii na brh aaant raoat Iralnra JpjipllJaparMatUapairaaabobaaaaot ahawina mmmuiJSw M j I e aa a laaai Onaa Ika aaart ar irk ialaaea Wa aap aft aapreo rkara a Rea f rocti - hbaraallaaaieaMi 11t- j iniM iismii d inn KtngU liflUA NY All irerwiitg botdiog daJflM agaiiint Mv i f R M liagau Ovcjasii are uotflied to tile the same with nif verified ae law oil or March 1 186same will be barred All J HAGAN lis For Sale tional Bank If you want to buy a sulky surrey or carriage ir be ban We have one hundred inula c and soiii in tiutnhr m Six miles eivst ol ke HHi Lww QUALITY vour FLAVOR SilvilK Ckekk Ky the ial call on Donelsou and cheapest on t CHPEARSON C nJ BALTIMORE