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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- ggeiw5 w2 n fjf gy gfe -- f Sz- - 9 1- - r rr III r I 1B 17 TO negro had succeeded in pulling his body thiough the aperture but death had overtaken him just when life was promised Another negro had partially crawled through His hands were fast ened by death in the clothing of the na and na in front of him showing that he had died in a desperate struggle to escape VOLUME RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY I S 15 I 1890 i 1 i i Wi 4 33 Jjujfjs 3K jfifariie isCrrjfii nftiSargyr- p7 vi y g T NUMBER 31 I Msfll of all ia Leavening Power Govt Report Aug 1889 FIFTEENDEAD Arxidont at the Loiiisvlllpi Jcffeisonrille RrMae Dro-vne-- The Week in Probable m W ftfrtl Baking Powder KnTiCIJpLai BLUE GRASS ROUTE FAST LINE BETWEEN I taress Â¬ Â¬ Vwar ATTORNEY i In a Caisson at the Bottom of the Ohir ABSOLUTES PURE MKXAM T LAW KfcNTLCKY - A Small Leak Snddcnly Hecime it Tor rent and Fifteen Men Perish Atrful Story aa Told By One or th- Survive r - F4 KT yl TToPXEVS - III HMilMI A A ikirimms lUillliiiK First Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west M LLIVAN TTORXE - A TLA - Desperate Struggles of the linprUoced Men aa the Flood Advanced Louisville Ky Jan 11 The mosl appalling accident known here ir many years occurred Thursday evening about 6 oclock It was nearly time for work to stop al over the city and workingraen were expected home by their families when the report spread rvpidly that there was a wreck or crash of some kind at the rew bridge now under construction between Louisville and Jetferson Ville ICHMUN KENTlCKV Lexington Srhraalf No 2 SOUTH BOUND Ex Sun Cincinnati 17th No 4 Daily 800 p m tlflii c mi K11M Street same as formerly e- IU- Pted i i utility Jwlpe M11U1 in Eflcft Nov 1889 No fi Kx Sun 35Pi I r Rll S It WELL TTOKXE VA TLA W HMONll ii KnrrcctT Office Second Street Arr Pari A I ovtiiKtnn Lve Kit nth Lve Iyiillilnliii lvr Clliriniiati Lve rr DENTAL MRGERY Lic Ial Iexiiiitii l JR Oaain i A WILKES SMITH DEXTAI SLRGEOX - Rkiimonh - Kentiiky Office 3- - Arr vt inciieMcr Arr KlCllllMHIlt Arr ltll istrl Arr Slmiforil lvr Kiclitiitiiiil am 809 p m 9s4 a m 917 pm 1037 am 1000 p m 1110 am 1023 p m 1200 p m 055 pun 1120 am 6 18 Sio am - 5 5 40 pi 1205 P m 140 pm 455 Im 55 pm 305 pm 620 p r 730 pi 45 P nil Hi M i Ituil lini VaiiiKtreL VM Arr Arr Ii ImkmUmi ice lllllileil In ilrlitlMry- SORTII BolNl Lve Livingston Lve Rapm Arr lt limiinil Kxfeun 800 am 1025 am 45 N 5 Kx Sun No 1 Dally No 3 The Caisson Disappeared had given way and the workmen employed in it had bt erj drowned or crushed to death by stone and timKrs The caisson kniwn as No 1 was about 100 yards from the Kentucky shore As the workmen of th pumping station were looking for th men in the caisson to put off in their leaving work for the night th i uddenly saw the low dark structure disappear in dashing white waves aid heard before they could realize wliat had happened the roar of the furious maelstrom A runner was dispatched to the lift saving station and three skiffs were manned and pulled to the scene of the A cassion first Between the two negroes was the body of a white man It appeared from his position that he was endeavoring to push back some one who was clinging tc nis legs The bodies of three negroes Were recovered but not identified The sand accumulating at the door by the sudden sinking of the caisson had wedged in the body of a white man in such a manner that it eould not be removed at once The men had evidently all died while fiercely struggling for escape The hands of one were buried in the throat of a comrade whose protruding eyes showed the deaperate battle in which death overtook them How It Happened John Knox the gang boss took charge of the work Monday The negroes who escaped say he hod them dig too deep before letting the caisson etiL and the digging was too close to the shoe of the caisson Just lief ore the accident Knox gave some order to Roeert Baldwin the keeper in charge of the upper door to the exit Baldwin then opened this door and the compressed air which kept out the river rushed out letting in the stream The men say they were working in an ugly quicksand at the time The caisson was about forty feet by twenty and built of timliers twelve inches square It was protected by a cofferdam but the river is very high and the pressure of the water very Â¬ Program of Both Branches DISCUSSION OF THE HOUSE RULES Will Bo the Principal Ie itiro In tint Lower Body While tile It ice O a est Ion Will be Debated In tho Senate A Number of Committees Heady to Itc port Washington Jan 13 Interest in tho PTOceodmga of congress this week will center in two things the discussion of the rules which will probably occupy a great portion of the time of the boon of rcpriweiitatives an 1 the debate in the senate between Senators Ingalls and 1 he disButler on the race question cussion in prospect in the senate can hardly be called debate n both of the apceches to b- - delivered are prepared and will be delivered almmt without reference one to the other except aj both refer to the same measure pending in ti Some time ago Senator Bntler intro- Â¬ duced in the senate a bill I provide a im anil whereby the govern Â¬ ment may assi t the n gro in emigrating from this countryi Senator Bntler will develop his views on this sub some length for the benefit of the senate and Senator Ingalls will on the same day if it is feasible air his id us on the sm ic subject A brief debate may fol These speeches low but is not assured may not be dchrcred until Wednesday although it was originally the inflation Of Senator Bntler to speak on Monday Senator Plnmb has already given notice that he will addresa the senate t eday on his resolution in regard t the Inuring of the steal privileges in Alaalsaand the al legatkme of aims- - made again t the Alaska company Senator Call who was to have addressed the senate Monday on the sul t swan p lands in Florida has agreed to allow his speech to go orer until Till s lay so as not to contl ct with the senator front Kansas So as a good portion of the time of th Loth Monday and Tuesday i an as Senator Butler and Senator In gafls le ire to spea oa the same day tit ir for nie exhibition may b- poat p n im 1 rVe n aday on territories is 1 oe seriate committee to give a bearing to the representatives of ihe M nnon church in Idaho who will appear by coansel to make protest a alnst the constitution un kerwhich the p j le of that territory are asking to be ed to the Union Notwith in uis opposition the friends of Idaho arep Mtie that the senate committee will report favorably during the m the bibs for the a Irnission of their terri- Â¬ These will not tory and o that W 01111 like be debated daring the week Lat the senate will be asked to set an early uav for their censiderati 11 The senate committee on public Ian Is will make a favorable report on t to settle claims to land in towns and cities in Oklahoma and an effort will i e made during the week to obtain c era ion of the bill the urgency of which is tmitted The S nale C unmittee on the quadri ceutennial ha- completed its hearings f r the pre ent at least but no report ia expected from them for several Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ great wreck What Is a Caisson A caisson is in shape similar to a diving bell as it has four sides and atop through which is an exit tube but no floor The bottomless box is sunk in the water until it reaches the lied of the stream where the water is kept out by J Bank AX L I S RICIIMOXD AEXTl CAT 3- Streel ovei Madison National - Arr Lve e Smfit Hslcr UichitHHitl lii I J CREED I D8L KIRKS I IEEE hEXTl W Klnnfll Lve KlriiltKftil Arr Winchester Arr 1ariv Lve LVf 700 745 1000 110 200 am am pm pm m I CA- - f Everything resilience iT iiunt In tie infe ision Lve Falmouth Arr Oiylwgfim Phi i y III intti bMM -- 610 am 715 am 748 am 8 250 pm ni 700 am Arr mcimiuli 412 pm 540 p ni 550 p m pa 913 am 1015 114 m ni t 83 345 pm am 421 pm am 444 pm fcj 8 5 zo pm P ra pm Word was sent to the police staticn and a squad wa it once ordered to t ic grounl to aid in tho work of recovery The coroner was called and went with a corps of physicians The Site of the Accident The site of the bridge is at the upper end of the city just below Towheiul island Within an hour from the ds appeararee of the caisson 3000 people were on the shore and strained their eyes trying to see something of the the force of the compressed air pumped in from above The little water that dit s get inside beneath edges of the caisson is removed by pumps As tho workmen dig a way the soft earth beneath the caisson it settles down keeping the waters shut out FATHER OF THE HOUSE Congressman Willi am D Keliey of Penn sylvania Dies in Washington Washinutox Jan 11 Congressman William D Keliey of Pennsylvania died Thursday Â¬ MAYSVILLE HRANCIL PHYSICIANS NORTH BOUND wreckage DR J 1L POYNTZ 1SCA X A XI Richmond - Dwiiy Kx sun No 8 liiy Ex Sun pm 244 Im 35 No II S - RGEOX - Kesticky 3- iiiclrintiii Lve Covington I exiiiKtnn le Arr tMrlisle M litem iiiriv burg second Street next to Whites Drug - Johnson Mnrvilt 700 800 S27 851 923 1025 am am am 6 1 2 am am pm a in 730 pm 810 p m EVANS MD PIUSCIAX AMD SLRGEOX W NOOTH BOUVD Lve MnvsviIIc Johlincm No III Daily Kx Sun 515 557 649 715 740 No II Daily Kx Sun 150 pm 232 pm 323 pm 415 pm f Richmond SlSNlllll - - - Krntickv Iarllsle Arr 14 lexinton nviuiton 4 Ians ItlilerwtMirK m DR T J lui iiiiiiili tjj 1035 TAYLOR in - Practitioner Rkiimonh ifliii - Meduinr and Surgery - Kknticky Ui Sinii street over Dykes M POSTER DRJOIIN JHISH 1 AX AXP SUKGBOK Kektuckv1 Rich mono iltl BUiU ille U next uce at eor Iir Mi-in lo and iates o- Iuxons E1HL ROQERTS A I rursici AM AxnsiRGEox Richmond - Parta Heio a in Except Suiulny Bo S Leatvca i incinuati rli p at Arrives Kiiliuoiiili Titl p in Ki ept SiimlHy No 7 Leate Kaluioiitii tirnii a 111 Arrives Cincinnati 7Vi a m Kxept suinlny IN N s No i inns daily Ixlween Tit 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OtTerehls profesrionril lic USM LETV11EIL AXD SCRCEOX - PIiSICIAX Richmond Office Nothing HIT A DOLLAlt WILL BOY AS nmiiy I li inus nf the Ixttl itiilily at our lioiise us tit any ni her place in Ken lucky We rtsjact fully ask JNM to call mid examine our stank of Kexticky 28- - Smith Building Main Street Richmond fflie n MD II w pH si ci a n a xv srit c e ox - iihiit - Kknticky - of the I 1111111 Smith Builulnc on Mali Street pniKin Klven It microscopical and iinua ions ol linsuc s and duils taaly STOVES Our Anthracite Open Fronts are eheerfiil orna input al ami coniforta Lie We keep every style in JHC Homeop Richmond Oflfice BOLTON tthicPhysiciii D M cut Surgeon - - Kfnticky S1li Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood p lWto4riil of over any addreaa to HrlchtV Hours aa Special Mlteilion ml ail dlltt- iitnl at a dis-K dliiieb bent to 1 and Coal Stoves OUR STOCK OF V JItS JENNINGS Physicians t A OtHSON Kentucky H Surgeons Tinware We Alt AV Tt E Par Richmond Office Main street ore PtiW ami all oilier iriuils of the title Manufacturing Company also lin Iieilr HCullivniors here for Cntlery is Complete are mile airenls fortlie Blfi Injin over Aallace A Mices il E AlLTZ Tin KiMitiiiK a Specialty8 Call ami see ua btfure huying else- - pnsiciAX axd si hgeox Richmond Cbenault Uuilduig Office T2ni Kentucky Barnam is- W Mnin upstairs Ktreet BRECK FITZPATRICK 24- MrfiiiHt KicltmoiiJ Ky LYMAN A 1AliKlSII W II CLNMMUAM jli J M BLACK HewLivery and SalcStaUc Â¬ PIITSICIAX AXD SURG BOX RkdHocsk Ky m Flumbis kinds Mccarty Gas and Steam Fitting a Specially All pumps kept at Uaa Works RicilHIillll Leave Tilers nt KoliEHZa Mills r W i Whit4 V Drug Store oil 49 rump Uepaiiinn THOMAS B AYKES Real Estate and General Collecting Agency SSf Sjiecial atn 1 J W MACKEY Gr L to the sale ltd to the 7 46 KAPSEYBKOWN 4o We have iTftteil a new ami commo Park Pa Frank Mahar 23 years old native of dious liverv unit Kale Statde corner of New Jrser 3rd and Irvine sneets Kichmoml Ky Pat Naylor 27 years old Philadel- Â¬ and ark the public lo give Us a trial phia Thomas Ash 88 years old HORSES HITCHED OR FED Monroe Bowling 34 years old Charles Chiles 30 years old AT KhAKOXAilLE KATES Saddle I Thomas Johnson 30 years horses horses and buggie hlreil ut low Joseph Gordon S3 years old rales Hamilton Moitir 20 years old 16 lo PAKRISH fl NNISUIJAM Thomas Smith 27 years Frank SnapT tS vcars Kobert Tyler 10 ycarsr The first wren of tho victims were rrhifca men Th others were colored ami all of Rmtdwaan Ky lias Survivors AT TH- EThose who escaped before being over-3NT taken by th water are 1ST Ale Taylor Lewis Ooch WI I H A Frank Haddix Murray -- Shop and All oi Heuderson Kv Handsome Barber Dozens of boats were plying abort over the sjxt where the caisson htid atood and lights danced to and fro wih them but there was no trace of the massive structure of stone and timber which hvl kept off the hungry river to promije any hope to the anguish stricken nioti en and wives who stood in the throng on shore The water rolled sullenly but smoothly down from the coflerdan aUive the pumping barge below where the caisson had stood It was soon known that only four of the twenty men who were at work at that time had es- Â¬ caped Iteporters Ordered On The bridge officials ordered the r porters off the pumping barge and made it difficult as possible to get infor- Â¬ mation The Rush for Life The last man out of the caisson was Frank Iladdix He was barely saved by one of his companions who dragged hirn from where he was caught waist deep in Taylor 6ays he 6tooi the quicksand nearest the iron ladder by which they pot in and out of the caisson He heard a rumbling and there was a rash of air almost at the same instant He jumpei up the rungs of the ladder followed by the other men They had hardly got clear of the caisson when the water burst through the man hole in a surge knocking them into the river whers tin y were picked up Haddix savs h saw Ham Morris who was climbing next below himself swiftly drawn under by the sand and heard his cries for help but could do nothing The Itattle for LUe Abe Taylor one of the survivors tells the following story of the accident and the horrible light for life of the panic stricken workmen imprisoned in the air chamlier beneath the bed of the river The men were all at work in the soft bottom of the river They made such rapid progress Thursday in the muddy surlace l hat the excavation wen fn- - er down than the caisson whose great weight was expect- Â¬ ed uj carry it gradually down keeping pace with the work of excavating to s rock foundation In the afternoon an unusual quantity of water began tc trickle from under the caisson edges but the pumps were at work taking it out and no apprehension was felt Gradually the incoming tide increased until suddenly from under the edge of the caisson on every side a flood gushed in The men too late realized their deadly peril and all rushed for the exit into the escape pipe Immediately around the little trap door which admitted to liberty and life the frantic unfortunates fought like demons all knowing but a few of them could pass through tha in- Â¬ ner trap before the air chamber was completely filled by the in rushing tide Only one could go through at a time and as one man gained a pre eminence he was snatched by his frenzied com- Â¬ panions and drawn back into the struggling crowd Meanwhile the flood rose swiftly and relentlessly The caisson roof was scarcely higher than the Hens heads and to be left behind meant certain death AIki Trtylor was the last of the sur- Â¬ vivor escape into the outer lock As ho eacaned from the clutches of a dozen hands and leaped through the trap into the outer lock he heard Knox the forc aiaii shout For Gods sake hmrr hoys its getting over my head Let the shortest men go first The trap fell behiuri Taylor and shut his doomed is supposed that comrades from view It before any others could escape they were all drowned The Victims The following is a list of the dead W E Harris William E Haynes aged 40 years No 214 Clay street Louisvill- John Knox 28 years old James McAdams 20 vears old Hvde Â¬ Â¬ iey was born in Philadelphia in 1814 He was for ten years judge of the court of common pleas of Philadelphia In KM he was a delegate to the National Repub-- 4fctsj7JfcT lican convention rjr V at Chicago He w v KELLKT was a member of every congress from the Thirty seventh and was re elected to the Fiftieth congress as a Republican Ife was a strong protectionist He was known as the father of the house For the last t o sessions his health had been failing -- evening at 6 oclock Mr Kel- Â¬ CONDENSED TELEGRAA3 date of his extradition until he has first bad aa opportunity ol returning to the Bftnor Kvei t uail Little Happening at ci untrv to which be was extradite Various lla The treaty may lie terminated by noti Three prisoners escaped from jail at War calion from either of the contracting ren O powers Canadian Premier Mic Donald was 70 years A CYCLONES WRECK old yesterday At Kansas Ci - Joseph Can shot John Three People Killed ami a Number Seri- Â¬ V illiaiis The wound will prove fatal ously Injured in St Louis Dr phyi Louis Jan 13 This city was vis Â¬ killi John Ryan a Dover It J from pneu St d himself wi j ited by a heavy rain anil thunderstorm monia between 9 and 4 oclock Sunday after- Â¬ At Lycos N Y It Hermans and John noon which aasum d a cyclone form in Bradley were fatally Injured at a railway a considerable portion The track of the Crossing t wind was through the central Tha condition of Representative Lawlor jiar of the city from a southerly direcitly sasnraeaa and his recovery is tion to a little east of north Several church steeples were damaged and one The sessi of the c irnmittce appcskstsd to that of tne German Latheran church oa Ixix EKannssS maybe itli and llorgan streets blown en- Â¬ held in Cin tirely off almost down t n fiit ia Onia chimneys Many bouses were a corporation to bid walls tree and telegraph p lea blown ha f Lse down A dwt Uing hou- was wrei ked tint J C lan the it1 at Raleigh N at Tenth and Mound C for violating his own daughter He were1 wind and the folk ice killed Ml II nr and Ifartin il cc is were run down II Connell aged 10 and Joe by an while taldagj a ride Weaver agi d 9 years h in car nt Mrs Charles Miller who resides with Kher ho rwentieth and There is talk of a new company bodied was sittinr in a rocking citil an srpportod by IVnn with lu r bal e in her arms when the roof ala pro lac rs to fia Stand irl oil was lifted from her bouse she v t of Kentucky ex governor of to the windows but just then th tosBseeed Best Jeaai A gave way and mother and babe wire the Utah eiinmi ssion boned under the debris The a nj store of Muntzingar Brother Gaped without a xatch but the mother ivis robbed ol ab was badly hurt and may not recover worth of clothing early Saturday in Mr Miller e caped unhurt Ed Church who poisoned his father The following h a List of the injured i s am brothers at Hontangton so far as beard from Teresa Weaver V l Sunday Va a ia afsaan 6 both legs broken will probably aged count v cue Mrs Charles Miller badly cut and At Elknder Iowa Wesley EDuna Annie braised in a seriouH condition - years pi a led guilty to a efaargo of mur Conners badly hurt Jlaggie Conners seriously cut and Fannie Conners head dering his father and stepmother and was sentenced to inp isoaiiient far life at hard and shoal is injured ltUir A report - current that two people The train of atacsy Brothara were killed and great damage was done y tire at Venice 111 jest across the river from at Vei chiding aha the northern par of the city Satan All Western Union til graph wires were burned to tallio Ball Boy east and north were pi The death Postal company have eon able to mainThe cl inis of Xew Y rk and Chicago to tain communication with Chicago and ths worlds fair were present Saturday to by way of Kansas City the east Hon Ch damage done by the storm cannot The r th farmer and Mayor be estimated at this hoar but it will probably run aa high as It al Kate Bender who arc He ivy Stem at Memphis tt count M ui I ia Mexpsub Term Jan Ik A heavy j an of I by wind storm ao rain York will bs liberated in a few days oclock Memphis at about were recovered at afternoon but beyond a general ly They wen victims me in lion of wires no dama two niM and one woman of the The V this imm xhate vicinity a was id ntail by the clothing was badly cripp niht V n en ghtley TI every wire except uvo to Newt i that tuisy and one to Kansas City being down Id not be il within a r It is feared that tor aa paihafa four of from Sardis Aspecidtol the bailer Mi s sixty miles south of here reports - ailding at Cdicag M may die rain and bail a heav Ls Vii terribly n churches The Episcopalai no A Baleb blown nel 1 illy iiit ami liown doubtful were unroofed and The 1 Â¬ e 1 i 1 1 1 v -iÂ¬ -- 1 t We will for the next Sixty Days offer at greatly reduced ratessour entire stoek of 1 ight DRY GOODS AMD NOTIONS IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR Spring Goods THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEOANT LINE OF DRESS GOODS lln snl Both li Faaeys ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF NOTIONS Ham bergs Laces Gloves Towels fe i Handkerchiefs Table Linens lr NAPK INS OF1 J WHITE GOODS y EVERY VARIETY BED BL AITKET3 AND COMFOETS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents 1 i IVomans No fata1 i Equ d CHRISTIAN SCIENCES WORK A Consumptive Who SunVreil Unneces sary Agony Before Death Â¬ y -- Â¬ ID O WioaiNe Arctiiteots Hijkk Cincinnati O Can refer to liuiidititfu MMerafulie in Richmond M ing Wmcliefcler and 6 - THE TRAP DOOR OPENED Plainly Shown That a Desperate It Perfect aatisfacion given to every Mrugcte Took Place one Special attention given to ladies The men at work removing the water AUo to my country ami children from the caisson succeeded in opening friends the trap door at 1 30 Friday morning I have moved my hop over to the All were found dead see Hue ami I hoe all will come lo The positions of the bodies showed irs very resectita that a desperate struggle had taken W MACKLV nJOEL place at the narrow door of escape One Is First - Class Barbers The senate has the executive calendar Boston Jan 11 The Christian scinot now that ence treatment in the case of a young si nearly cleared to some of it will die the unlikely get down sufferer from consumption Miss Florthe oomingi puled cases durin ence Gillespie of Chattanooga killed her snmng those si ill p mding in committee On Saturday her are those of Me srs Brad and Sid laull three montlis after body was sent to the home of her father collectors of hit una rev one in Virin Chattanooga ginia- Eugene Schuyler consul general It seems that the young ladys aunt at i o and several consuls and post Miss Florence Whiteside having studied ma IIS Christian science at Mrs Eddys college iimst important business before in this city became an ardent disciple the submission of the the h s will and was instrumental in bringing her majority an mmorit reports of the niece here to be treated They hired committee on rules and the discus ion of reonis and the consumptive put herself them that will ensue Mr Oarfaale is under treatment The so called doctor slightly indisposed but unless his indis Â¬ told her that nothing was really the position devc tope into something WOTS matter with her that her malady was he will be ready with the minority rechiefly imagination and that prayers port early next week The majority re- Â¬ and faith in God were sure panaceas port has already been prepared and is She bore up heroically and followed now in Mr Car is a p s esaion the treatment to the letter She helped Three reports will be submitted by the on the work round the house did part of members of tho Sucott investigatinej the cooking and got of bed at daybreak committee The majoritv report wfO all because her doctor so recommended recommend tho reappropriation of the Miss Gillespie used often to ask for someaalarics tXt len by Sucott while the nun thing to eat lietween meals but this was orrty reports respectively will urge the strictly forbidden At lunch she ofteu to the enco of the whole 111 itt asked for a bit of meat or fowl but this Clint of claims f or settlement and the was also forbidden dropping of the question by congre Toward the end Miss Gillespie failed babie that a hill reappropriating rapidly and looked very badly She was the money will lc introduced by the ma trying to do the best she could to carry jority ma ibera of the ot nnmttee and a out the idea of her aunt of whom she long discussion L likely to ensue on this always spoke with affection and respect it the new rales are disposed of the In lielief Im dying in chant es are favorable to calling up the She often said belief Ive the most dreadful pains customs administrative bill of Mr lfc The day before Miss Gillespie died she Kirdey from the ways and means com- Â¬ got her own breakfast Her aunt was mittee While tlL measure is princiaway all afternoon and she slept alone pally of a technical character there are that night two clauses in it that will meet with great oppo ition There provide that AN IMPENDING DUEL customs cases shall not be tried by jury Attorney General Hag of Texas and and lake from the importers the right of appeal Commissioner Hall May Fight The cbances are in favor of a busy New Orleans Jan 13 The Pica- Â¬ week yunes Austin Tex special say3 that a CANADA SHUTS EM OUT duel is impending letween Attorney Gmeral Hogg and Land Commissioner Tired of Being a Kfuso for Criminals Hall The men have been at variance from tho Unitel States for some time past On Thursday Mr New York Jan 1 An Ottawa speHall in an open letter in imaed that the Â¬ state attorney general was ignorant of cial says a copy of the draft of an extradition treaty agreed upon by L nl Salis- Â¬ the land laws of the state Mr Hogg replying to the letter said bury and the American minister in Lon Â¬ that officially he woild mt notice the don for submission to the various legis charge but personally he would be a lative bodies for sant ti on has been for- Â¬ warded to the governor general from party to the pleasure of tho accuser Mr Hall has written a sarcastic answer the foreign office ami banded by him to to Mr Hok ts communication and the Hon Joseph Chaoleau secretary of nifv ii2 full t riinuiiM of a ili stale The treaty has been confidi between the two men Th affair grows ly communicalM and its pre ise text out of the issuance of jiatents to the cannot therefore be aaaoe public but it Houston and Texas Central railway in may suffice to give a synopsis of its main spite of a protest from the attorney gen- Â¬ provisions It is drafted as an extension of the Ashburtoa treaty of 1842 The eral portion of that treaty which deals with Escaped lrom the County JalL extradition is comprised in Article 10 13 San Francisco Jan Six prison- Â¬ The crimes mentioned in that section ers escaped from the county jail ester as extraditable are murder assault with day and are still at large They cut intent to commit murder piracy arson through the wails of their cells until all robbery forgery and utterance of forged reach- d the bath room at the end of the paper Tho new treaty recites that tier Hire tliev broke into the corridor whereas it is desired by her Britannic a id then into the yard and through a majesty and the United States of Amer- Â¬ chimney m tne wall to the street A ica that tho provisions of said Article 10 man rarned Haningtou who way pass- - should embrace certan other crim bag by was caught and held by them to therein specified therefore the hirh e a his giving an alarm until all had contracting partiis after conferences be- Â¬ gut oat iheii tiey let him go and he tween Lord Salisbury and Minis quickly n tiried the police but it was ter Lincoln had agreed that the fol- Â¬ loj laU The fugitives are John Me- - lowing crimes in addition to those Nuty a murderer Erickson a mail mentioned in Article 10 should ba robber lxlwards Kenney Rcardon and henceforth extraditable namely AtÂ¬ Sullivan robbers tempt or conspiracy to murder manslaughter counterfeiting or altering Asphyxiated by Gas money altered Chicago Jan 13 George WT Dooker money and uttering counterfeit or or lar- Â¬ burglary embezxtamsBt a gas filter in the employ of the West ceny of any sooi or article of the value Side Gas an I Coke company while reof jCjO and upward rajie or indecent as Â¬ pairing a Lak in a gas pipe under the sault upon female malicious injury to nd North freight dejHit of the property whereby the hfe of any person m Railroad company this morning is endangered criminal scuttling or de bv the fumes of escap- Â¬ 6troymg vessels on the high seas or on was asphyxiated shortly after being re- Â¬ the great lakes of North America or ing gas and died moved attempting or conspiring to do so assault on board a vessel on the hig Archbishop Corrigans Farewell lakes of North America with New York Jan 13 At the cathedral ly hfe or to do grievous yesterday evening Archbkh p Corrigan bade ration a temporary faro- - bodily harm Any person who has been convictei of well He stati i tliat he was about to make a vwt to the holy father at Rome any of these crimes but who has not served his sentence shall be extraditato make a report of woik of his dio e e ble The treaty shall not have rt tro He hoped t be with his congregation spective force that is it will uiiiu iu a lew hccu 1 to crime before sanction has been given to it Floods In Missouri Poplar Bluffs Mo Jan 11 Cane a political character are not to be in n its proviions and if they Creek overflowed its banks Wednesday can so show to the court that t night and destroyed all the bridges Nearly 100 families were forced to - to try abandon their homes and over 1000 he shall be sot at hb acres of corn in the shock were destroy- ed The Sandey and Sellers families A fugitive criminal who h is been ac- were forced to take refuge on roofs A raft was constructed and after three hours of terrible experienc were rescued Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heavy Baow s ii ii KbraaSas Omaha Neb Tan IS A heavy enow today mornfau and has a ever continued witl since Ab s of snownow covers the round and a high north wind is bl Keporte from interior irti in the state say thai t ie storm is very ting Railroad and ti a snow j travel is la Sly impeded and it is likely will be i The electric an h - e car liics in Omaha arc at a t in till and co nmumcation with Council E luffs is col - Mrs Josephine K and Mrs Eugenia B Fanner made an orgmneut baf ore a Kentucky senatorial committee Friday in favor of equalizing ths Kentucky propjrtj laws relatinc marriage Tncy claim thaSS laws arj the BBOat uaju st of any state in the uui Citizens of Tosoola 111 have had war rant- - issued for the arrest f MSB twenty of the Pente wt bead ol faith Bealara includ tag the It v Vivian A Dak- the originator and the Est Thomas ieV I L yant the Rev aa 1 a uuuuer of thj with them yoassj women wio tnt 1 iliss Laai a Cc- Uiis asarjciaCsan g3jg The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On account of the warm winter the stoek is not broken therefore we can give you any size i BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Towels Table Linens and ITapkins mt A Bl xi ml Mo in Kin sas DREDGING FC3 THE DEAD A e ML blixzai rag last night ii Ins from s niri points in Kansa that the s orm i by far the worst of the and some lHii that it is i in d The the in Saturday nizht and con- tinueil through out the da 1 Kan Jan 13 Coiuuiuiilc ition With CUeawa Cut Off New Toanx Jan 18 All telegraphic coenrnnnicatson with chii a jo was cut otf by a wind storm aixjut mi lnighc THE COLOR LiN IN i SCHOOL Col red Cliilil Oat by White Banal aw at Alton in Alton BL Jan 11 The excitement vi r the tro ihl est iuill - i Â¬ Â¬ education and the colcrad people in Friday and euhninat d ii a small riot The city of Alton ha vkled Bonarat i children but the chflrden anrl their parents have ail along conl that it was th ir right to attend school with the white children During the past month a number of colored children left their achoob and to tii white achoob ted to j Friday a bod of negr ies a compani by their children call si on Pr la tha high school and made seh a forcible d nimd for the ad- Weather Indication mof their children that Powell Threatening vveither an raiu brisk to ind the colored children succumbed walked in among the whites and took bugli Boutfaarry whsaa aatftaag to westerly much colder eats riiiven Out by the Scholars PRICES CURRENT The white punTs becan jiaing np Iteview of the Money stocks and Cattl and notified the superin their hooka Ouotations for Jan If tendent tnat they would leave fcbooL Borne of the yoan ladiea grew wrathy Money el s d at 3 x r cent the lowest rate was 4 Currency ard the boys pot mad The r sult wts ns coupon IM bid four- s had as roan as t1 do lOt1 hid the blacks left the white pupil- Â¬ The morning was and drove then from the school house eratelystock market this features of the moddealiactive but tho and school yard They then returned in ngYork and New England triumph to their desks and the colored an 1 the Sugar Trusts The CBHBt indoaed all their schools ing of the market was weak and pricper cent lower than those an I are vowing vest rear At a meeting Friday afternoon the of last evening During the first half hour there were further Iractional declines but b ar 1 of TJ tna end of the hour ihe market miss the colored school ill Sains d and the decline was almost i and subs iiute a mixed school l in most cases New Eu- place Action was also taken in led in point of activity and strength the establishment of boundary lines and advanced 1 per cent to After 11 t was extremely dull and which will admit some of the blanks to the high school building la decided tendency to drop if the bank statement Complete Victory for the Blacks 1190 when there wan a renewal of the at This i3 a 01 victory for the on tho decided favorable exhiiiit by Marks an 1 excites a great deni of brtter t that ihc raaervca aanwaa an inrrcaaaof and indignation but the board having taken legal advice ju i hen about tne tn st figures of the day on the plea or ne The whites threaten to de ert t nd default ware current 94 Atchison tJ3i Mich Cent on their sclnxd taxi 10 N Y Central BJ7 Ci ii t CU I THE CRUISER CHARLESTON Miss Oaio i Mail 38 W DL She Will Go to Sea With a ISai Defect k Lsland Jud The Mtinniat Sprung eB Paul shor- Jan 11 The a Union b4 Li N Charleston now fitting out at t iit nuati Island navy yard will go to sea with a Wheat i serious defect which will reruire con Â¬ siderable tini and expense to overcome line merino 18rfc Up to Tuesday every piece of work that Ja blt delaine aSc rue had been done on her vvxs perfect She aabao fiuo was stanch and strong from stem to medium cloth- to mainmast tip that day at U30 oer dipt Nela n too charge of the straw a and mainmast to pi stav irmly set in place A guy drawn aft and the fi Still Find til Them Bl Johnstown IIiiIt of the Cfrniin 1alitor Iteconrreil J B5 r v v Pa Jan 13 The Masai cat work done by The Tribune fund for In onler thai no CASH BOUSK can have any inlvantn for the lead a ter shows that us we will give nit Oct pet cent off ol the CU t KATE tor CA1I have been recov- We havejiist received a beautiful line ot WALL PAPER en of which eleven were identified ount subscribed by the 1 citizens of Johnstown for this purpose which is cheaper than ever sold in Riehmoa before limits of which 0333 ha fcng a balance of aliout DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS on hand ihe work will beeoav- Bsary tha fund will There ae many points be in oaub a In 111 ia liiaaa of I to be lying bauied graveL 30- nniiel dead found Sat- the l dy of Herman Voeght- d ieiman citizen of tho town r shtlev was the founder are for a long time ditorof The Johns- e the leading Ckxanaa He was teacher of I atin and d here THE MAIJKET LOTS THE RODKSDAIE ADDITION IS SOW Street lar Coiultietur Stiot NONE WILL 15E SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE Jan 18 Wskham BL Smith Im ELSE NEED AllLY a ihl r shot a street car conductor Moore becanse he re- twenty five pennies in change for Moors a sti picioua looking ipcarier i in onler to n cat complete Z3F This being the time of the year for U to call ut Lacks ami Cotton Goods we would advise you to he once ami examine the stock Which are always staple we will also reilitce g HE BED WM BODESDALE I- co -- Twenty Six Lots 90x290 Feet I and-a-hal- Will lie aoM on followinz torms Teny Five Dillnrs rmh halan in install ineiits of JIol on Slurilay of eaeli ww k lo tie paiil to Dr W G White Hecre - Corporition arlaa will reeeirit fur the money litry of the Richmond B No interest will he charged on the parch- - nioney until after the eX irunm of 11 inotitliH from date of sale hereafter 6 per cnt will ha ch irsjeil on lheiur ehaaa money rranalninjr unpaid By ihis luiltixl ptrtin can imy and ay for a gixal lot at a small price on easy terms without interest ami free ot city tax Anr yoiiiig m ni in Richmond can buy one or more of these los ami pay for it In the very near future this protrtv will te worth without feelintr the tiurden The t ity is rapfctlv axtetvling in that di nilieli more thm it i now sellim at For further iiiforniistioii call rectiiiti and will iiliiiialelv ahcMirh Rmlesdale on W G Wiiitk E W Wiuoins or Stkimikn D pAanusH Richmond Ky 4 s- - WALL tt PIPES wmUij Take a iks vr U Tliaajlaa price are aiaanned mm tb a ler bottom If tb tommwj laannl rlsilaaaaTirflaii arml direct to price CAUTION Our Grand Clearance Sale of Wall luper was a perfect riieeens tuiioJi W HE Because we hud made up mir mrnd to sell every roll of the last seasons itimmIs no matter at what price they had as Brown Blank- - went at 5 c nta to Ha the finest Emlsisseil idds at 1 1 cents They nil Went the last roil of them Consequently we have T i W L DOUGLAS 3 SnOC Grata and Creat Ho Old Goods Left Flae Calf Ilnij Laced CENTLEMEN aeor Waterproof nest ia the world POI1 VNI--K V Fsamlae his -- BUT SIMPLY A TKEMKNDOUS STOCK OF OO H 1 HOE OK i - NEW GOODS tlieipe A nasevasOaaaaa aad 8175 KXTI a aa workivim BOYS et t to the finest hand roni ihe made goods in endless varieties and at S3 jjSTo the sooner oi CONGRESS Lambs pigs 8175 SHOE rOB WIIOTI Beat Material Baa Style Beat Tb W L Tlaala Brockton Haas Sabt 2 SHOES SCHOOL -- UOU BasaaiiM Lace lo01s Ham Prisss Lowe Than Ever JACK CO3IM0 FREEMAN tituted Hoos Light Â¬ ueard of in this or any other city in the Union ami rerueaiber Please Read is buildiiiK a machine Nineteenth Day The senato wa3 not in session icemoDt thli WC of Will Not Be Undersold The Siner Manufacturing Company r 100 lbs New York red winter 87c Feb- - by any iu the land The public K invalids erally are invited to iuspeot goods and CS aut Your obe prieeS machine ol tfac rbte trarelers with Hand 4e o a rebruary 88ia j GEO M i jrator WiLLGING nd Papej order at th o THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON -- Editor FCBLISHKU EVEBY WEDS ESDAY BY Ths Climax Printing Wm G Co White Chas S Powell PRICE PER TEAR stassdsr - - Jiaurr fl50 -- 5 1890 It is said that La Grippe is the same thing as the old Tvler grip of 1 43 Hon Calvin S Brice Chairman of the National Democratic Com miltee was on last Thursday nominated for the United States Senate Ironi Ohio The death of Judge William D Kelly of Pennsylvania re moves from Congress one of its most conspicuous figures Though a great man full of years and honors he died poor The lost office Department has refused to commission the newly appoint ed postmaster at Shelby City lioyie county on the ground that he is an ex convict Verily the way of the tranre sor etc - A KEMAHKABLL Kentucky has had a S W French sensation a well known lawyer of Harlan county was arrested at London on a requisition from the Governor of Virginia charging him with murder committed seventeen years Ihe prisoner claimed that his was a case of mistaken identity and attempted to prove that he had been a citizen of Kentucky ever since 1818 but Judge Boyd red him to the Virginia authorities London ANOTHEK llllH CUMfLlMENT A Washington special of Satur -- The inemlrers day says of the Kentucky delegation in the House neld a meeting this afternoon It for the purpose of selecting a sentative from Kentucky to Bene on the Campaign Committee in pursuance with the resolution at t lie caucus last night State and Territory hav ing a Democratic Kepresentstive elect one to represent it on the The meeting unani committee mously chose ex GoT McCreary a- - Kentuckys representative IS fST AT HOME WHEN YOl CAN Nineteenth Judicial District has tailed to discharge the duties of his office and has thus rendered himself amenable to legislative investigation We suppose that is the explanation which we were promised iov ernor Buckner would have to rise and make The Governor refused to send soldiers to aid Judge Lilly in holding court Afterwards in another part of the State Harlan he sent a detachment after earnest solicitation and the effort was as barren as an elTort could be That was precisely what might have been expected Soldiers and courts except courts martial are not congenial The trouble in Harlan alter the visit of the soldiers grew worse until the local authorities took the matter in hand and peace was shortly restored A determined slieriiF with a good sized posse is more powerful than an army with banners and a deal less expensive Since writing the above Judge Lilly has appeared at Frankfort and in conversation about the mat ter said It does no good to send soldiers to aid in holding court and Withdraw them in two or three weeks That is precisely what we have been saying ail along said so in the besinnins and still say it The Judge has evidently been converted to that view of late as veral times requested the Governor to send soldier Judge Lilly admits that he failed to hold court on several occasions but says that his life was in danger in fact i sure lie would have been killed He thinks a standing armed force should be provided for the bad counties of his district He thinks the overnor has unjustly criticised him and has presented his defense in writing to the Ieis lature The Committee on Judiciary will investigate We are opposed to any standing armed force Send a special judge and send Boone Iogan and Sheriff Hogg along with them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jude of the REMEDIES PB0P0SED FOE EACE EVILS IN TIE SOUTE THE VIEWS OF SOUTHERN TURKEYS SENATORS The following interviews were had with Southern Senators in reference to the emigration propositi in Senator Buller author of the emigra tion bill fays I think it will be for the best interests of both races if a large number of negroes should move into the Northern Â¬ States and Western Territories thus relieving the Southern Stales of the loo great preponderance of that race I believe tliis would he the test solution if not I am will of the race question ing to adopt any other It will or ought to silence the accusations brought against the Southern people that they treat the negro harshly and unjustly because it will show that we are willing to transfer the responsibility of their treatment to those who make the charges It will improve the prospects of the South socially industrially and morally and also help the negro by throwing him more on his own resources These are some of the desira Â¬ Â¬ LEtilSLATCKE The Baltimore Manufacturers id the great friend of southern progres and development rips the people of Clark county Ky up the liack and leaves them for dead t beejMSB they recently merit instead of expending home The Kecord can ac count for thi exportation of capital for no other reason than that the people of Dallas are a live set of individuals ofiering induce ments to capital while those of Clark are not The IJecord however doesnt know every thing Men with to Dallas Texas for lature Mr Weil of McCracken has offered resolution That the taxation of twenty cent9 for the gen eral expenditure fund he reduced from twenty cents to fifteen cents on the 100 worth of taxuhle property that the taxation for common school purposes be reduced from twenty two Cents to twenty cents that the taxation for the Sinking Fund he reduced from five cents to three cents and that the tax for the benefit of the A and M College lie abolished making a tax of tbirty eight cents on each 100 worth of taxable property Considerable time was consumed on Thursday over the Uh which prohibits the sale of cigarettes to minors Laura Clay headed a delegation of Equal Rights women who presented their plea to a commit lee of the Legis hs following Â¬ Â¬ ble objects I hope to accomplish Do you think there would be a general exodus of negroes or such a move ment as would jeopardize the industrial interests of the South if your bill should become a law I do uot There are not transportation facilities to move enough ne groes in ten year if they avail them selves of the provisions of this bill to I seriously felt or realized Besides if they go away white people will come and they will not come until some of the negroes go What effect would this movement of the colored people have iu a political sense None That is for many years As it Is this large mass of negroes especially in our State is a standing menace to every interest ami something will have to be done to remove it But the political aspects of the question give me the least concern Whoever thinks that settling the political status of the negro is a settlement of the race ques- Â¬ tion takes a very superficial view of it This is the least of the evils of our sit- Â¬ uation Would you mind indicating what suggested this policy to you Oil well I have- - been debating in my mind for ten years some plan upon which we could be relieved and have been encouraging every movement of negroes from the Stale This occurred to me as the most feasible humane and practicable as there is nothing coercive or compulsory about it If the negroes aviil ihemselves of it they can acquire homes under the laud laws on the pub- Â¬ lic lands and thereby get an even start in life liesides 1 see there are larire eas of abandoned farm lauds iu Ver- mout and oilier Northern Stales where they would no doubt be glad to have the negroes The government owes the negroes at least tr oisjiortation as it did not tive them the forty acres and a mule Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The raising of turkeys in Kentucky is assuming vast proportions and it is authoritatively stated that 200000 is annually put in circulation by their sale Large shipments are annually made to Europe The following ex cerps are from au editorial taken from the Glasgow Times As to quality the best American turkey is said to be found in Massa chusetts with the Kentucky bird a close seoud Turkey epicures contend that the abundant mast of Mas sachusetts coupled willi the extra care and attention given his fowls by Ihe Northern farmer make the Bay Stale turkey a tiling of joy for the table to be found nowhere else in the world The Blue grass turkey however is said to be about as tempth g as his Northern brother and rivah him iu size The largest turkeys in Ihe world are to be fouud iu Kentucky Fifty pounds for gobblers and thirty pounds for hens ore not unheard of weights though of course the average falls far below these figures Kentucky also has to her credit the highest priced turkeys ever scld Tweuty live and fifty dollars are not considered extravagant figures for choice pairs of breeding fowls while an immeusj couple of bronze turkeys were last year sold from Kentucky to English parties for 125 This is the highest pree ever paid for a pair of turkeys As to breeds the bronze has practically succeeded all other varieties in the estimation of Kentucky breeders It is lamer more easily raised than any other and has more of the gamey flavor so much sought after by turkey lovers The brouze is simply across between the wild turkey and the tame The intense black of the former is modified by the contrast with the more modestly marked domestic variery and the brilliant plumage of the bronze Is the result The finest bronze turkey iu the world is to be fouud irr the Indian Territory where the wild males freely mate with the barn yard hens Â¬ city suffering from slobbering which is caused by two kind of weeds Euphorbia hypericifolia a small milky plant with opposite smooth leaves and very small white flowers the other is Lobelia inflata or asthma weed a larger plant with alter- Â¬ nate hairy leaves blue flowers and swelled Both blossom at the end of seed vessels summer when they are fully developed and more injurious They become mixed with the hay and are eaten by the horse who would otherwise probably reject They are both annual plants them which may be easily destroyed in the meadow by pulling them up before they ripen their seed Should they grow too thick horses and cattle should not be alThe lowed to pasture where they grow second crop of hay should be cut early when the weeds are in blossom and burnt on the ground Horses and cattle suffering with salhation may be cured in a day by leeding them freely on cabbage leaves which appears to be an effectual antidote for this peculiar disorder Courier-Journa- l Â¬ Â¬ AT COST FOR THE NEXT 3O DAYS Re ad y M ade Cloth ing AT COST FOR CASH FOB the Next THIRTY DAYS At our New Store in order to make room for our Spring Goods CONCERNING FARMERS At a sale of Jerseys at West Side Park New York 62 sold for 8857 50 au average of 1478i per head W B Kidd of Clark county has handled since the first of August for for the i xport trade 4470 cattle The average weight was XO lb and the average price was 407 per hundred The total value was 287678 U There were 1000 contestants for Ihe 200 prizes oflered by the Rural New Yorker to women who could show the largest yield of IrMi potatoes fiom an acre The first prize win won by Ntr- Eliza Day of Wyoming county N Y who raised l015j bushels Au Illinois woman got the second with 970 06 bushels and so on down to 700 The final crop report of Ontario makes the crop of wheat only 18609 572 bushels against 202S4346 bushels last year and arr average for eevei years of 26860876 bushels The crop of corn irr the ear is reported at 9248 199 bushels agaiust 17436780 bushels last year oats 64346301 bushels against 65466911 bushels and barley 23386388 bushels against 23306569 1 Â¬ Â¬ WE MEAN BUSINESS COVINGTON Â¬ Â¬ No Chicago hold 222 W Main Street Richmond Ky i I MITCHELL and are only the freight in St Louis on Thursday January 9th charges higher here Bulls on oats are roo after an illness of two davs aed talking higher prices but wailing for 54 years he remains were deposited some strength iu corn before taking in Richmond cemetery on Saturday De 1 bushels Conimitieeof Agriculture Funston 5 i4 oormummre aidtu emigration Senator Hampton was asked his opinion of the bill introduced by Sena tor Butler iu reference to the emigration of the negroes from the South 1 have not yet read the bill he replied but I am earnestly iu favor of any measure looking to that end which shall deal justly and generously with the negroes I regard it as important for the best interests of both races that they should be permanently separated leaving each to work out its own des tiny Of course I do not contemplate the removal of the negroes again t their will nor should I be willing to see them leave the country empty handed The government certainly should deal with these people generously ami benevolently and I think that it should assist all the negroes who desire to leave the country Should any large number of negroes wish to estab lish a colony on some foreign soil the government should furnish transporta tion and make a donation to each emigrant so as to give him the means of support for a lime iu his new home Of course should any migration of ne groes on a genera scale occur years would elapse before any serious diminution of laborers would affect the material interests of the Booth But the ij restion involved iu this matter is too comprehensive to be treated fully iu an interview I can merely say that I shall support any measure which would under proper limitations secure the last aird absolute separation of the white Â¬ Â¬ money must have opportunities for investment Richmond used nu away her monev to the South arid West and elsewhere and -- blowed in enough to estah lish several hanks hut she doesnt do that anv more It is better to lue HU r H8MMr Smiths bill to prevent the sale or at home when you can gift of cigarettes to all persons under IS but when you cant you cant I Mr Settle lias introduced a bill to allow properly owners in the Stale appeal to the County Courts from a asm merits made by Stale Boards of Equalization of assessments Mr Ossprt has sent in a bill calling for the provision of common school books for ttie poor children of the Com Â¬ monwealth the expense to be met by a division of the A and M tax Mr Bently lias offered a hi If to alml ish I he State Board of Equalization and the same should be speedily done Mr Smith of Madison preserved a bill which if passed will enable mar- Â¬ ried women to sue and collect debts Â¬ Â¬ ors Butler Hampton and Morgan on the nbjeet of race evils m the South This is a question now attracting wide attention It is a problem that will continue to puzle the public generally and especially the pol Every idea in con nee iticians tion with the question is purely theoretical as there are no pre No experience can be cedents pointed to as a guide The negro is m the South there was no South of any consequence bofore lntrtxiuciion ot the The negroes and the whites do not awen lojremer in such unitv ns should characterize a country The whites are rich and powerful the blacks are poor and weak Oppression naturaliy exists to some extent but certainly not bo It as is believed by many Trie negroes of the South were densely ignorant in slavery and of necessity greatly depraved The ex slave owners do not feel toward their former slaves merely as rich people of one race toward poor people of another but with an additional feeling of superiority Would or would not the purpose of the colored race be enhanced by separation It is natural foi the negro to look upon the motives and actious of the whites with more or less dis and it is easy for a few demies in a community to stir up strife But what can be done to remedy the evil I That is the solemn problem Shall it be col onization in the West or the North west or in Africa or else whet how shall that be nplished I Force should not and can not be used What indents can be offered and to what extent should the Government extend aid The question lore the public Â¬ Â¬ years of age has passed the House and will pass the Senate THE RACE PROBLEM A bill creating a Board of Fence where in this isue of Thk Supervisors to consist of jtwo Magis Climax are found interviews with trates from each county was introduced THE WEALTH OF THE SO1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Til Â¬ The Chattanooga Tenn Tradesman has reports from the various State Auditors and Governors throughout the South relative to the increase in taxable wealth and other material interests iu the past decade The re ports are from the best sources procurable and the officials say they will vary ver little ffm the official reports OI lle Linieu stares census The re- Porahow the following 1 he assessed valuation from the auditors books in the twelve Southern S against States to day is 3706906 2164 IsBJS in 1880 an increase iu the ten years of 71 7 10 per cent The actual wealth of the South to day is estimated by the officials at 10158 700000 against 5344000000 in This shows based upon the fcemi offi cial census report up the year 1890 a per capita wealth as assessed of 10533 against 147 8s in 1880 and an actual wealth per capita to day of 652 11 against 38 362 in MM The State debt of the twelve South ern States is lo day according to the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and colored races A HOME FOR THE NEGRO IN AFRICA AFTER HIS HIDE AGAIN ne time ago we made several remarks about Jude Lilly of the judicial district and copied the comments of other papers ate the question has again come re the public Ihe Mi ing Sentinel Democrat aniiouhieti that Judge Lilly -- was afraid to hold couri in a certain county in bis district The Winchester Sun South is May 2 141 274 Fraukfort apital Stanford Jour K0l inal 1391743 in 1S80 an increase nsl Courier Journal and other 10 P cent in the ten years papers suggested in no mild terms that Judge Lilly either discharge W S Dudley Jr or Klemingsburg sold uie auues ot his office or resign to Charles M Lee same place the stallion Bow Governor Buckner m his Kingston 10666 by The King 2V to the Legislature take daSB of Jennie bv Yhunir CrklnniKiic fnr up ibe subject Ho says TheiJO0 1 1 total indebtedness including Slate county and municipal of the enrire South is to day 182426575 against 2176yloSo in The average rate or taxation through out he Southern Stales is to day 4 03 mills against 4 GO in 1880 The Srate revenue of the twelve Southern Slates is to day 20312739 against in 1880 an increase cf 53 3 10 per ceut The total banking capital in ihe twelve States of the South including State national and private banks according to very careful inquiry from all sources is placid to day at 152 426000 against 92575000 iu 1880 an increase of 04 j per cent in ten years The railroad mileage in the South according to official reports is to day 37513 against 17808 miles iu 1880 au increase of 110 7 10 r cent in ten years The total school revenue of ihe Southern States annually are to day 1363299 against 6145746 iu 1880 an increase of 2H 9 10 per cent in ten years ihe scholastic population of the South is to lav according to the reports 5947496 against 4423620 in 1880 an increase of 35 per cent The number of pupils enrolled in the schools of the South to day is 31 gainst 2ol864o in JtoO an increase f61 10 per ceut in ten years and th unber of pupils in attendance at I Â¬ reports of these officials Mltt47S against 124066897 iu 1S80 and the l2-ti-86- Senator Morgan of Alabama referring to his Congo resolution says The region of Central Africa on the water shed of the Congo river is uot sufficiently known to our people even to the exteut of the limited explorations of travelers Its productive capacity is sufficient within an area smaller than Brazil to support 30000000 of people who now occupy that region The hoe made by the natives and used in agriculture almost exclusively by tiie women is the onlv agricultural implement that is used to support more than two thirds of the subdstence to these hordes of people The numitrs of people in that country is a sufficient proof of its healthfulness It ha furnished from its mines and forests and from its agriculture large and valuable contributions to commerce the chief of these articles being copal red and while palm oil India rubber ground nuts the fiber of the baobab coffee and fruits copper and iron abound in thai country The native lab r of that country will be organized aid employ ed in its development either by while or black men of superior oi vilixol ioti It will be slave labor compelled by force in some form or it will la voluntary lalsir Induced by the rewards and benefits that will inure to list laborer The general government of the Free Stale of Congo is based on the voluntary system and it committed to the abolition of slavery in that State as well as with foieigu countries This government and its plan are provided for and supKrted iu the agreements of the Berlin conference by all the great European powers I regard that agree merit as the wise and enduriug b African civilization and I wish the ed ucated Africans iu our country to become an active power iu that great work They have little place here for their labors except iu politics and the pulpit and I would be glad to give them encouragement if they have auy commercial entrpiise to engage in trade with the people of the Free State of Congo I hoie and lelieve that with such inducements they will soon realize ihe wealth and power due to their education and abilities iu a coun try where their presence will be welcomed and among their own kindred This is a brief outline of my object in the resolution I introduced in the Senate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - J B Perry Lexington has sold to T Pollock Son Bloomington 111 the bay weanling colt Ellerton by Eagle Bird 1st dam Carrie Wilkes by Simmons 2d dam by Homer Price 1000 S H Baughman Stanford has sold to J W Guest Danville the colt Coraline foaled 18SS by Con Cregan dam Ollena dam of Lady Max Santalene Lincoln by imp Bucknen Price 1000 James L Ford Versailles has sold to Macey Bros same place a bay filly three years old by Banker dam Fanny Fern dam of Maud T 219 by Sovereign Jr and a yearling bay filly by Shawmut out of the same mare for 1000 Win T Withers Fairlawn Stud Lexington has sold to S J Odel Lincoln Neb the bay weanling colt Idado by Al niont Wilkes 1st dam Idabel by C M Clay Jr 2d dam Lady Chiles jy Al mont 3d dam dam of King Philip 2x by Mambrino Patchen 4th dam by Alo exanders Edwin Forrest Price Mortimer Walker Lexington has lot by death the bay colt Champagne Charley three years old by Prince Charlie darn Triangle by Gilroy Death was caused by lockjaw but there was no external wound visible He won 12520 as a and 2110 in his year old form making 4630 as his toUil winnings Live Stock Record B II Freeman of Fulton has purchased of H G Moody the sorrel saddle stallion Sunshine for 1000 Sanshine is by Benjamins Whirlwind first dam by OBannons Drennon second dsm by Cherokee J T Ginnis has purchased of B H Freeman of Fulton a fine mare at who sold for 401 by Hardwood 224 10000 first damby Gretchens Patchen second dam a fast pacer Eminence Constitutionalist Col R G Stoner has removed his residence and trotting stock to the farm re- Â¬ cently bought by him and now known as Oakland two miles from Paris on the Cane Ridge pike Col Stoner has an extremely valuable stud seventy per cent of the animals in it are out of speed pioduc ing dams or the daughters ol mares that have produced 230 performers and not one is by a horse that has failed to sire speed or trot fast nimsclf It is now many years ago but will be remembered by some of the old t mers how R S Veech of Kentucky bred thirty two mares to Rysdvks Hamileto nian in one season at a fee of 00 each Many thought at the time that it was the act of an insane man but royally has he enjoyed the fruiu of that expenditure This year he has booked seventeen of his choicest mares to Axtell at 000 each There is no doubt but that it will be a paying investment Breeder and Sportsman The honor of leading winning stallion for the season is decided in a victory for the imported stallion Rayon dOr who is owned by Hon W L Scott of Erie Pa He is pressed close for the position by the dead imported horse Prince Charlie while the latter is followed by Longfellow whose get also made a most creditable showing The get of either of these horses have won more money this year tha the sons and daughters of any other sire ever captured in a single season in the history of the American turf L S Record It has been calculated that the American turf gives employment to 50000 peo ple and indirectly assists 50000 mort to a livelihood The thoroughbred stallions and biood mares on the great stock larms are valued at 5000000 and the soni and daughters of these stallions and brood mares earned above 2000000 more during the past season the value of the utock now employed for racing being valued at 7000000 while the capiul invested in race tracks and stables is 6000000 The stock farms embrace 140000 teres of the fsrsst land in the country and last year the yearling foals looted up to cOOooo while attendance at race courses numbered over 3000000 G Si C P Cecil Danville have sold through J B Perrys Live Stock agency Lexington the bay mare Mambrino Maid 22334 to Mr A R Moore Clove dell Stock Farm Colmar Penn Mamtrino Maid was foaled in 18S5 sired by Mambrino Statle brother to Majolica 215 first dam Winnie Wilkes by Red Wilkes second d2m Gypsy Queen by Bourbon Chief third dim Young Fly by Red She is not only a richly jred Jacket mare but very handsome and fait She was bred as a had a foil as a and was put in training on the 28th of last April She developed remarkable speed and by the first of Sep tember had a record of 22314 a with but four months handling She should secure a mark low in the teens next year Price 6000 As I notice many of the horses in the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ of Kansas Conger of Iowa Pughly of Ohio Alleu of Michigan Hans Stom1i of North Dakota Hill of Illinois Wilson of Kentucky Hatch of Missouri Stahlnecker of New York Morgan of Mississippi McClamm of North Carolina Format of Illinois Brookshire of Indiana Joseph of New Mexico Brasilia of Pennsylvania and Bliss of Michigan The first sheep introduced into the United States were lakeu to James town Va irr 1869 Great elloits were made to encourage the woolen industry and some years later B i aw was passed which compelled every family to spin thiee pounds of woo cotton or flax during thirty weeks of the year About the same time the first weaver settled in the country and received a grant of thirty acres of valuable laud Len H HudsoD has bought during the past few days the following mules One bunch for the southern market of good sugar and cotton mules of Gentry Bros of Fayette at if 107 50 cotper head 50 first class A ton and sugar mules hands all nice and smooth of Cam Brown of Shelby at 110 of Curry Rue Mercer one car load at 11750 of Joe McDowell Fayette oue load at 108 -Â¬ Farmers Home Journal Valparaiso advices say There is no change in the market and in the ab seuce of transactions quotations are quite nominal but holders are more inclined to give way Accounts as to the prospects of the coming harvest are conflicting and it is asserted in some quartets that the want of rain is already serious enough to fleet the outturn Undoubtedly if the present dry weather continues much longer ihe crop will uot bo so good as was at one time expected A well informed breeder of jacks and jennets says that he height that a jack would attain at maturity could be readily ascertained by measuring the distance from his knee cap to the top of the hoof when the animal was a yearling and the number of inches would indicate his height iu hands when the jack was full grown For in stance if the distance was 16 inches the jack when fully developed would be 16 hands high if 14 inches he would be 14 i hands high aud so on The gentleman said he had tried the experiment aird never knew it to fail e Bourbou News We give below prices of some of the best round crops sold by our house in 1889 December Trimble couuty 19 25 crop of 3 hlids 1225 810 Green county crop of 6 hhds 1650 1025 11325 12 00 595 300 An Â¬ derson county crop of3 hhds s25 730 430 Franklin county crop of 4 hhds 1700 1100 380 740 Clark county crop of 7 hhds 1700 1275 1200 11 00 8 90 790 300 Hart county crop of 6 hhds 1750 16 00 1550 860 790 6 90 Henry county crop of 5 hluK 15 00 13 2 5 8 20 700 515 Carrol county crop of 5 hhds 1775 1500 1000 810 595 Clark couuty crop of 10 16 75 hhds 1750 1225 1000 900 720 710 580 5 30 3 60 J S Phelps Co Louisville Â¬ te Â¬ d three-year-ol- d Â¬ d number of the farmers throughout the South have lost their years supply of meat by reason of the warm weather occurring after their hogs were killed It is usual lor farmers to set apart a portion of the hogs fatted to supply the meat house for the year Usually our all and early winter gives seasons of cold weather iu which the killing and sailing may be safely done This has b en a bad season for such work and Ihe loss will aggregate many thousands of dollars to be borne by the farmers already lieset on every baud by low prices damage by frost d to Many ol them have no hogs or corn to repair the loss with and are without money with which to buy The loss will fall heavily upon a large number of Ken lucky and Tennessee farmers Fann ers Home Journal The New York Mail and Express aays The movement in corn is irw creasing over last weeks tremendous total of 4750000 and if the present rate keeps up the receipts will probi bly cioss the 5000000 bushel liue and next week there will be a tremendous Increase in the visible Corn is very low It is possible lo get two bushels aud then have C cents left of the price of a bushel of wheat At Chicago it Is possible to buy 2 bushels of corn for a bushel of wheat aud have 4 cents left over This is due not to the fact that Chicago is cheaper but the doub ling of the freight makes quite a figure Oats are nearly cheap enough to take lour bushels for one bushel of wheat at Â¬ Â¬ A large 11 ceased was a native of Richmond and The broom manufacturers in the was a soldier in the Confederate army Mohawk Valley have combined and Since the war he has resided in St Louis have advanced the price of brooms 25 He was a son of David Rowland deceased cents a dozen and the price of whisk brooms I2J cents The scarcity and Louisville Tobacco Market the poor quality of corn in the Western By Glover A Durrett Louisville Tobacco States compels this step they say but Ware House it is said that the manufacturers in Sales on our market for the past that vicinity bought all I heir com week jn t closed amount lo 2iMi6 hhds before it advanced some S10 per ton with receipts of 1070 bad for rhe same and are likrly to make more this year period Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount MmS Sale than ever before All the brooms used on our market uptolo 2455 of dale the crop of in the Stale are made iu the Mohawk 1880 amount to 4629 blips We are glad lo be able to report a Valley and ihe dealers in New York will be compelled to pay the advance better market for the past week on all of new hurley notwithstanding they have refused to gradesa decided advance There has aiso been in the price of do so Otsego Farmer old hurley where it has kept sweet Old Now in this instance the value of hurley not sweet has also sympathized organization was never more fully set to some extent with the advance closed forth Had Ihe farmers been organized Marketfollowingfrm The quotations fairly rep hey might have taken advantage ol resent our market on Hurley tobacco the poor crop elsewhere and thus could crop of 181 1 rasli Not Colorv and damaged lo have realized the benefit of Ihe 10 per 1 5o to KLsQ ton rise iu their product that the man Â¬ baeo Colory Trash 50 to 550 ufacturers got Farmers Home JourCommon Lugs not colory 3 00 to 5 00 nal Colory Ltii 5 50 to 850 Common or ONI Jack Stonewall Jackson f8W to 1000 Medium m good leaf 1000 to 1500 as he was named by his rlrst purchaser Select who had originally been a soldier in 20 00 or wrappery tobacco JIjJO to the Stonewall Brigade died on Friday last on the farm of Col Robert T LIVE STOCK MAEZET EEPOET Craighill near Lynchburg at the ad liy GRSKMBS KMIJKY advanced age of thirty three years LI v Stock ComiiiiNsiun Merchants at incin nali Union Stuck YiinK and Covtugtou He was purchased by Lr E A Craig5tock Yanls hill now of Lynchburg early in the Cincinnati OHro Jan 13 rS spring of 1862 while on iluty as surgeon SHIPPING CATTLE in the reeceiving hospital at Gordons ville From the autumn of lsS to the Good to Extra 4 60 4 4 254 close of Ihe war Obi Jack served as Fair to Good Common and Rough 3 JQ 3 SJ a riding buns for Lieutenant James 11 Good to Extra Oxen 3 75 Vr 4 00 Craighill of Col Win Nelsons artil- Fair to Good Oxen 32 7 lery battlaiou now Rev James B Common and Rough BLTCHER CATTLE Craighill of the diocese of Maryland 3 This faithful old horse was wounded Good to Extra 4 00 Fair to Good 3 6og 3 7 twice during the war but not seriously Extra Fat Steers f 3 so 3 in either instance and to the day of Fair to Good Steers 3 ootV 3 25 his death the sound of martial muic Good to Extra Cows 2 7511 3 00 2 or of conuon or musketry would arouse Fair to Good Cows oia 2 75 I 75SS S ac his mettle to the highest pilch show Â¬ Common Cows 1 Rough Cows and Oxen 2514 50 ing how thoroughly his memory re BLLLS cilled the stormy scenes through Best Shipping 3 oo 3 25 which he had passed From the close Best Bologna 35 of the war to the time of his death Fair Bologna 25 3 25 1 cjoa 2 10 Old Jack passed a life of ease and Fair to Good Feeders 1 1 75 50 dignity mostly upon the farm of Robr Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS T Craighill where he did nothing but 3 65 3 40 light sadille duty He has been de- Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers 3 ooi 3 25 cently buried near the spot where he Good to Extra Heifers o 27 1 died and a gravestone will be raised Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 there to perpetuate the memory of a COWS AND CALVES faithful old servant Lynchburg Vir- Â¬ Best Grades 40 00 fir 4 5 00 Fair to Good ginian 30 oo Common 12 00025 00 The following clipped from the Lou lcst Veal Calves don Eng Ironmonger is a high in Fair to Good 5 751 6 00 3 oo 4 00 dorsement aud recognition of the value Common and Heavy HOGS of Southern ore and the wonderful 3 6o 3 65 progress which has been made in its Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers 3 ccg 3 60 Au English syndicate Good to Extra Lights manufacture 3 6oa 3 70 has purchased the vast car wheel Light Pigs 3 401 3 50 works and boiler and locomotive plants SPRING LAMBS owned by Mr John B iss at Ft Extra 6 25 6 50 Wayne St Louis and Chicago Mr Bass has for many years practically done all the wheel aud boiler work for many Western railroads and has be Â¬ come very wealthy His extensive foundry aud eugine shops at Fort Wayne are auuurlly visited by hun dreds of tourists and in this way prob Lizzie J Diekersons Exr Ac Plfl a ably English capital has been tempted vs to secure the business The price is F J Dickerson c Defts said to be about 3500000 The pur Â¬ Notice of Sale in Equity chase will include all Mr Basss iron By rlue of a judgment and orde of aud coal mines iu Alabama which are sale of the Madison Circuit Court rn at worth a lare sum At the time he dered iu the September term thereof 1889 the above made his investments in the South ilersigned will on styled cause the uu he was jeered at by the pig iron mas Friday January 17th 1890 ters of Pennsylvania and the Scotch iron agents who were confident that Between the hours of 2 oclock p M he could not get along without their and 3 oclock P M on the premises in Madison count v Ky proceed to expose products He soon however demon Â¬ to public sale to the highest strated that Southern ore was fully followiug described property bidder the viz equal to ail the lests he demanded aud iu two years he was Independent A of of Pennsylvania and Scotland for iron Madison county Ky near the Pond and now finds all the material he re- In Meeting House ii the waters of Tales quires in Alabama The car wheel Creek ou the North side of the Barnes foundry at Fort Wayne is believed to Mill turnpike limning at a stone ooruerof M Turners heirs wiih llwir be the largest of its kind iu the world line S 2J W 8 4 10 poles to a stone I hence S 23J W In llarrcdsburg there were S6 additions in the centre of II8J poles lo a point the Barnes Mill pike Firs- - Presbyterian church to the 70 to Turners corner thence along the the Christian 40 to the Baptist ro to the centre of said pike N 70 E 28 poles1 Assembly Presbyterian and 4 to the N8IJ E 47J poles S 86 E 10 poles S 71J F 5 poles to a point iu rhecentre Episcopal church during the past year of the pike and corner to the Pond Sayings and Doings Meeting House church lot thence i h the lines of aid lot N 48 J W 14 8 10 poles N 281 E 23 8 10 to the edge of a BORN I Â¬ A WARM WINTE CAUGHT US 100 OVERCOATS From 8250 to 815 Iuf 250 SUITS BF WINTER CLOTHING From SI 75 to 815 Â¬ 100 Pairs of Boots and Shoes AT YOUR QWIVT PRICE Must be Sold to Make Room oi Â¬ 1 H- -- 1 D These Goods will be Sold AT COST AND BELOW COST - 65 HATS AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS In Â¬ Â¬ Sale Certain Tract COMMISSIONERS the Latest Styles CO 30- W A POWELL J A McKEE Corner Richmond Ky 6 WILLIAMSON CITY ENUINKER - Civil Engineer PUBLIC SALE Â¬ and Surveyor On Thrusday Land Surveys made for Railways Turn pikes Roadways Estimates given c Farm draiuage Town Lots laid off January 23 90 Â¬ GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Â¬ On the premises near Fuxlown on the Hichmonti ami Lexington pike I will sell puhlicly MY FARM of January 10th to the wife of Cy Shifflet a 9 lb boy Luther Taylor Â¬ MATRIMONIAL- - Mr Joe Rice the handsomest telegraph operator in the service of the L x N R R a native of Richmond will be married to Miss Annie daughter of Dr and Mrs Garnett at Cave City January 21 Mr W G Lucas and Miss Etta Bur nam were married in the County Clerks orice yesterday Squire D P Armer pronounced a beautiful ceremony The attendants were Mr Joe Roberts and Miss Ellen Lucas DIED Wife of Zack Port wood died in Madison county on Fridiy January 10th rjo aged about 50 years Deceased was a daughter of the late James Keene James R Rowland died of pneumonia Â¬ Â¬ i Lines retraced Special attention given 10 topographical maps and plats of farms and orher lands Correspondence solicited with parties interested Large D in stood rrpair fine orceanl bjimm in sirveysol lands iu mouutalu counall otlier out- ties of KeDtucky Weil buitiriK good Staters s well water Office City Hall Richmond Ky Close and riev to schools churches post office 9 res Ac Gate at 5 mile post from iticiimond At same time ami place will sell HifsEHoin and Krchbn Firmtikk all good Also Farming lten nl graveyard thence along the distiict y barrels of Com Also the stock 12 poles lo where Arroad N S2 E idling of person indehtni lo CrL All u nnlds gate stood Whites corner thence with his line N o W poles net A Urraston will pleaM call nt once O TS J mr to a stone ther ee N 301 6H lles and settle After Fehruiry 1st 10 per O lo a locust stump thence cvhih ni ot cnarged on all accounts W One Rockaway Horse 1 yearlnn Filly 48 210 poles to a po6r MeGords cor- Crook k Bnantrx Irm Richmond Ky Jun 1st ner llience with his liue N CS r 11 172 poles S SO W Go poles to the centre of a stone fence S aud 12 Ibence SB Finneys Siwate Fork 8 26 E 10 poles H 24 E 1S6 HJ poles rt 13 E 60 p les thence llli the Terms male in day of sale branch lo Turners line thence with If farm nut sold will be rented their line S 64 E 147 poles to the be All persons indebted tome V B JONES ginning containing 24 ACRES or account will please call on or hy noteor ByS B PHK a sufficient uuanlitv thereof to produce 20ih of Januury li80 and before the setiJe Ihe Z E Bush Auct M mi f 409358 ihe amount of same On day I will place my money so ordered to be made aud the tsioka jti Hie thai hands of Mr T B A costs hereof 37740 who will continue to do my collecting TEUVIS Sae will be made on a hereafter 0J9 S2 J M Poyntz credit of sis and twelve months rhe mrtt Itrart purchaser will be required lo give bind wiih approved securrry lor the payment of the purchase money to have the Osa wamaamim force and effect of a jidgraent bearing legal interest from the day of sale with IWfftC - r-December 14th hi a pah a lien reserved upousaid property uutll yearling past weigh trie iBBBBBBBBBBB betw all the purchase money is paid tive hundred to OMa who ilaiiuwwU irirw nrvmttm JAMES R BCRNAM kSMkaMM Master Coanuissiouer Maditou circuit nm si hi Â¬ 45O ACRES PAY UP 1 - - 11 Noj XSPOO j UlaFeS SETTLE UP tt HEIFER IsOST v -- t Wllfc mm -- oun m 2U 31 ren Million r Who Seat It A registered package from Madison county Ky sent to Corydon Ind in January 15 1890 1879 reached its destination last Monday about eleven rears after it was mailed The hitf Tribble monument is up after It contained 17 or 18 and was paid man years ago bv a mailing clerk on the iree week ol hard work Cemetery is to have an L and N he being under the impiession The Richmond that it had been misplaced while in his ron gate with stone poets care It turned out however that the George T Little ha added a pair of clpackage had fallen behind a safe in the cant fao cnairs 10 nn new uuiuci uu Custom house in Nashville where it has ad remained unmcleted for eleven years Louisville Time B C Pott was elected City Ates Mr at the last meeting of the Council and 3r Common Fleas Court Tci-csiz7- gpHWMF1 lee Br Maeys Training Stable at Versailles and not only made every f ing Oh see here rilHTlLLB Sick headache wind on the stomach DUXKESXESS LlUiOR HABI- T- all Every Woman in America 1125000 in Hones Bnrned uiirousness nausea are promptly and he die nt now chimed in the urchin the World there is hat One Care Ought to read the article Woman of agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc Â¬ o yourn fur Dr Haines VaMea Sner ile COCKTT make that little H am jn Dnloresfs Fruly Magazine Leans Little Liver nod Kidney Pillets At 4 oclock Saturday morning fire was I seed Jimmy makin that myse It can lf zlven in a mp of lest or J H Edward- - was In Bllmore last February to know how happy her 25o a vial r the person taking 2739 without Ihe knowle discovered in the training stable of Macy the lesson ended week on business II rnV sppely xixl permanent cure lot really is The forcible contrast he English syndicate hag bought whetheriiie pHtient a monersl drtrafeeT or An Hie Brothers at Versailles and in 30 minutes Mr John M Kerhy is having a res- - twien our progrew ive civilization and 750000 acres of lumber laud iu Ala- - an alcoholic wreck Thoasamts erf drankant it and it contents wet a total loss RELIGIOUS Orhave been curl who Imve laker a cost erf 1500 It thr of the far East h19 seldom been so idenee erected Ht bam and Western Florida paying 10 igin of the fire unknown Two men were w ill be quite an ornament to t hi- - neljrj - strikingly presented 10 our notice as in an acre for it A London avndii al their own freewill So Harmful eOeet asleep in the stable The loss on the sta Â¬ Bishop Dudley was the recipient of a b hood mi article ilusruted In part has also closed this ead-ible Among The Salesmen iu r ts I a deal 1000000 worth tei inns w MaMWaww ble was 9000 provender and vehicles purlrui ars gold headed cane from the Louisvilc Mr G F Etisrarda of this place has by drawings made by a native Siamese Of city property in The clerks are now pretty well settled Duluth Minn 4000 the loss on horses will reach 125 i KaTt Episcopal clergy on New Years The rented a farm from Mr Willis Hide artist which compare curiously enough for the year and their numerous friends 000 placing Bell Boys value at 51000 Bishop entertained the rectors at lunch ro en represents ten or the largest Tom Scott shot a negroes eye out on Muddy Creek and lie and family with the fine examples of our modern relatives acquaintances and the public There were 40 head consumed Macy illustrative art iu ibis same number Fire Insurance Companies aud writes at Somerset Sunday because be Miss Mary Cornelison who had been in moved there for the coming year generally will be interested in knowing Bros owned a number of valuable horses Owing to the large increase in Imsi-iii-- The other beautiful illustrations nearly innis omres uwellings Htables and eri him down with a chair where to find them Mr T M Lackey contained in the stable but most of them school in Chattanooga removed her mem two hundred include an exquisite full Live Stock at Lowest Rates 7 32 bership to Richmond and placed the same is again with Covington ii Mitchell in the prist month Mr Jas Winn AaWlee to Ma were owned by Eastern men and were in begun work The January term began or Monday Charleyin the Missionary Baptist Church Sun- Â¬ has given up his position as traveling page gravure 01 heavy plate paper en- Â¬ nv mrphr Indian Jim captain of the Washoe beM Wmut Douglas at Shackelford Ger charge of the Macys for training Bell How Long portraits of the band in Sierra Valley the hustler has sold his with 1 59 cases Judge TJ Scott presiding trys Miss Mary McCollum V T King day UerestheL Mlenumaa for Tribble Bros wholesale titled Mj Cal laid in one at Boy was booked 1065 mares for next seaasfet sleep sad the little rberobra venerable Dom Pedro derived emperor hundred pounds of flour mm at White Hall and bought a Jurors Jeff Cox A J Broaddus Wm Hills Mrs Annie Fife Mrs Sallie son at a Another death through Christian Sci- grocery men and will continue business of 500 each and his owners Judson Rrzil ami hi s family and as if these baking powder for his and a can of sawa buttoa It is wtt aleaaat S Dozier Wm Bennett car George Bogie Cornelison and Sidney Turner Jr win II Clark taecanasieaetaegaanaUayaupaa itMT winter fupply and G o II Hopper recently ence is leported from Indiana this morn- at his old stand lavtael were not sufficient attractions for any W Ballard Jas W liuguely James Miss L F Crooke book keeper at B W ing Isnt it about time that some of these Wallace has beio in bed for John It is estimated that nearly 1000 lbs publication tin pat is made to yield He then killed Ioimj rabbits for fresh for diaiibuM whether snssarr fiusm teethjag or C refused a bona fide offer of 102000 for t nrinnd A niimlwr ff Collins Wm C Harris Daniel Benton Turners meat and -Mr Campbell Patterson at him The following is a list of the most people who kill and call it Christian Sci- of meat has been spoih d in Estill comi nun inc tTK 65 When witli a lightsettled down in his camp lis the treasures and the time Embrv W T Griggs H C Broad- Woods I Hutchinsons W D Alver valuable horses burned with their values ence were receiving the punishment meted ty in the past two monihs bv the warm heart rc suffering with it Â¬ Grandmamma AasYoiiiig is portray dus H I Bennett J E Dykes Martin sen at Collins Mrs PokieT Cnuris Star Courier-Joout by the law to others who kill Deatheragcs Colby and owners and summer like weather Would not ed for us in charming pictures and de Exposure to rough weather Retting Mr James W Smth near Republican Green Robt Cornelison James B Butner H urnal and W R Taylor at JohnG Taylors Sth be surprised at some of us getting hun Â¬ wet living in damp localities are fa- Â¬ Van Pelt Danville were postmastcro Bell Boy brown stallion 51000 ownFrom grandmamma to scriptions has sold 115 cattle averaging 1607 T P Dudley W S G Fife Wm Green v appointed last week W B and L T Bright at D M Bright vorable to the contraction ed by Judson II Clark of Elmira N Y Rev II T Daniel of Glasgow was gry next summer baby who will be delighted with the the kidneys and bladderof diseases of W M Ballard S Iarrish P P Balpounds at 4 per hundred W L Farley at John Farleys As a preBL and Geo II Hopper of Ohio Physicians prescribe He has recently held here last week Your correspondent made a trip over funny Japanese Paer Frog no mem- Â¬ ventive and for Mc J the cure of all kid Leans Tar Wine LungDrBalm H in it Middleton with M H Stockton book Commissioner Jas R Burnam will sell lard Arden bay stallion 3 years old by Nut- - meetings in Mason and Grayson counties the sections of the K N I I KR ber of the family has been slighted iu ney and livvr trouble use that valuable tbev find ro trace of opium or morphia The appealed case of B J Clay against keeper at Srockton v Friday the Dr Dickrrson place Brookss J H wood dam Adele Clark 5000 owned with 15 and 18 additions to the Baptist near this place and found the road pro Â¬ compiling this number Published by remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver aud while its efficacy in curing nil throat or B i set for next Tuesday the R N I Wood at Crooke Bennett mar White Oak Pond Church Lrmstons by O T Mackey New York fl per bottle 27 3D Mr Daniel ha preached 153 gressing at rapid rate The west end of W Jennings Demorest 15 East 14th Kidney Balm Church 27 39 lung diseases is wonderful Mr Fred Thornton is with the New York Two year old bay filly by Red Wilkes sermons since September and clone good the tunnel is driven to u distance of 80 Street New York Hard at Wtrk Mlddleborougu is to have auother Mr Harvey Cobb of Red House has It Charles 2000 owned by Judson II Clark El- Â¬ work in the general field feet while the e Miss Belle Bennett of White Hall Fine Art and Music Store end has reached a bank with M C Alfordof LexiuKton bought of F M Richards 55 acre ot The Liberty Press says that the Waller with J A Higgins J T Hih mira N Y President A A Arthur Vice Presi Remaining Rev J F Williams for two years pastor distance of 180 feet The tunnel will corn to be received next October at 150 Ky who is the agent employed to solicit daughter of Mr John Wilunclaimed in the Post d bay filly by Robert Mc- of the Missionary Baptist Church in Rich Â¬ be put through by February 1st Mr subscriptions to the endowment fund of with E E McCmn Fred Smith with dent D F Frazee cashier W J Office at Richmond Ky week ending per barrel liams fell into a t iriel of boiling Claude Smith Co J C Hall with Gregor 1500 owned by O T Mackey the Bible Training School which is to be Shanahatis force now at work on this his unconditional resignamond tendered Kinnaird teller It will have a cap January 14th can get the best of horse water prepared for scalding hogs aud ital of iliHIOOO James F Crockett New York located at Kansas City was in the city Geo M Willging He has received a call section is about 300 men In all and it tion on Sunday llocker Sallie and will be called the Ander on Jno B at Nick Whites shop at Donald- - Sunday was literally boiled to death Wil fcoesaf with M B Arbucke Co James Park Forward bay stallion 4 years old by to a large church at lndianaKlis Barke Rebecca Hulett Miss Lizzie and secured Mr is said they have accomplished mere Fir t National 400 from the ariiage Works See advertisement liam Sparrow was instantly killed hy Biack Larkin with Fife Duncan G B Hale with Onward 4 000 owned by II H Culbert Monroe Simon G members of the M E church South Williams has done a good work hire is a work in the past few months than ever Bcrv Clay Lax Thomas a limb falling cu him while cutting Moherleys Cow Food in tliis issue W C Gormley Co II L Perry B son Versailles Lexington 1M0 News pleasing graceful speaker a good reasoncr was done on any road in Kentucky by H Luxon and John Arnold with W G Prepared especially for milk cow to Clark Milton Lee Lane - Mrs Eliza Cookey bay filly 3 years old by Mes and decidedly popular The church at the same number of men in the same timlier A north bound K C train Tuesday Miss Bennett stopped in Paris last Cillier Mary Mrs Emma H B Dillingham is represented senger Chief dam Cuckoo White 2 500 owned Indianapolis is to be congratulated ng killed a jjnnet and mule and afternoon en route for Millersburg to Lynch Ja Fire lornado and Accident Insur- increase yield of MILS and BITTER C round Mrs L Who period of time This section has some H L White L P Todd Co McIIarjjue Fred by Stewart Brumsfield Boyle county Prices reasonable delivered any place Chenault Dave 7 32 mashed up two mares and a mule belong visit Mrs Trueheart ihe church here will call we do not know of the heaviest cuts on the entire line ance written by Powell She may return by Richardson James Clyde Potts H J Streng R E L Big in town Will also grind corn on cob Duncan Wm L Gelding 2 years old by Shawmut dam but should think Mr Preston Blake who and will take some time to complete Tobe Hackett to here tomorrow an i present her cause at Edwards t Stephens Kat The heir apparent of the Japanese fnm c 1 l i riiuiug nay oaiuruay gerstaff and L Z Douglas 1 Breck Cuckoo 500 owned by Stewart Brumshas done such giod work in the fields of this section at the rate they are pn -ardner Marr She has recently Stewart Miss jennie Mr Tobe llackett came near having a the Methodist church empire having tiecome of leal age 11 Bishop Dudley Hagan 1 field lioyle couny S B MlBKItLbx Hatchet Jas Col Walker Rhoda A gressing at present Republican Waco and Kirksville traveled through the South and we en Fitzpatriqk years last mouth was given a swoid sci iou fire at his residence last Friday Powers Mr Lawny A D Run E II rc You and I twins two years old by Leon Poppers a Washington flower tiurst irs anme j Three faith cure zealots in Brooklyn first floor were burned joyed hearing her at the parsonage tell Palmer S Dinelli Co R D Baldwin Onward out which was said to have been kept in Nim planks in the The Monthly Record Post Office hours from Q A M to 7 p of Adele Clark 3000 for N Y were tried last week and sentenced Dr Boland of her tour and of her labor peddler has uot only made a living M Money order and registered letter h before it was discovered W A Powell the two owned by Mr Harimon N Y P M Pope J S Hagan Ticket No 95455 drew the First Cap- Â¬ the Imperial family for 1300 years for of love Paris Kentuckian Citizen to the penitentiary This is a demonhimself and family hy selling hours prompt 7 a m to 4 p m and Installed in an office that will enCo James White Palace dry goods Fannie Fern dam of Maud T 219 Ieatherages new private sta ital Prize of 600000 in the 235th Grand Collin boutoniiiers but has accumulated a stration to people of this sect that they J R WILLIS i w title him to le called colonel or some Singular Arrident Co Cornelison store Tomlinson joxiooleet and is located neat to 1000 owned by Macy Bros can not violate the civil law on the plea Mammoth Drawing on December 17th thing of the kind handsome fortune estimated to be in On last Friday Squire Davis a voung Walker Tevis J B Stouffer D C Big Lena D 3 years old by Banker dam in the Louisiana State Lottery Cunninghams livery stable It was the neightiorhood of 30000 of religious faith If any ntnarn religious man about tweny years old was walking gerstaff J F Stone Miss Nannie Hazle Fannie Fern 2000 owned by Macy faith prompts him to deny himself of sold in fractional parts of fortieths at Persons who lead a life of exposure corner of 3rd and Irvine Streets Road horses trotters aud runners along the turnpike near the house of his wood Jack Freeman D R Freeman Brothers 100 each sent to M A Dauphin New are subject to rheumatism neuralgia medical attendance and nursing in a danThe next half session of Mrs Formans d uncle John Davis between R chmond and Ed Rowland S Pragheimer Charfilly by Shawmut dam Orleans La One to Agency Bank of and lumbago and will find a valuable shod in any manner desire j I have Having decided to luild a house suit- Â¬ gerous illness there is nothing in the school will open next Monday Jan McLeans Volcanic remedy iu Dr and Red House He carried a muzzle lie Park W Blount F W Miller H Fannie Fern 1000 owned by Macy Constitution of the United States or any British North America 52 Wall street Oil Liniment it will banish pain and just received an extra lot of four year able for my btisiLe--I desire to rent uary otli Judging the coming by the old second growth timber for repairing out my large buine s house on Main loading double barrel New York City one to R A Ilokes Brothers shot gun The Zieman Misses Anna and Ida Schilling 8 subdue intl inimaliou one of the States that compels him to will be a prosperous school Would seil the entire building all kin Is of wagons C II Pigg Gardner Wallace pin that holds the barrels fast in the M H All work guar Street Cairo III one to Author Harrison New Black Diamond black stallion 4 years call in a doctor or take medicine If he 31- St Paul will not have an ice palace anteed at the very lowest W K LUXON W E Luxon has decided to build stock slipped out and the barrels fell Ramsey Mr Oldham T old by Diamond Denmark dam Delmo Ab Oldham prices Shop one to Chas E Woodson York N Y choose to die as a fool dieth his right to or a winter carnival this season The back of Rrookss able for his business and de- - upon the pike the capped tubes striking J Tribble Frank Edwards Buchan nico 1000 owned by Jas Ferguson and Memphis Tcnn one to John B Young drutc store do so is unquestioned But the constitudirectors wtre forced to this step by Resjectfully rent out his large business house the hard surface The gun was dischargHamilton Ontario Greenleaf Milw ard G Brown Bro Louisville one to Merchants an tion and laws do protect his minor chilIhe unseasonable weather The car 8febly S I MIDRIFF by him on Main Street ed and the load passed between his foot William T Edwards llank of Pensacola Fla one to First Five Messenger Chief colts at present occupied Jason Sigman 2500 for dren and his neighbors He has no right nival of last year was abandoned for W D Weatherford George Weatherford lot owned by Macy Bros National Bank Corsicana Tex one to Cincinnati is proud of her she bear Eleven persons were killed at Clinton and the pike tearing away the sole of his to deprive his children of proper medical the same reason audit is said no furE T fiellis 222 Walnut St St Louis Messenger Chief filly 30 boot the bottom ol his sock and a good and Jerry Powers Sam Davis D Kup owned by in Southern Kentucky Sunday afternoon attendance and if he does so and the attempts will be maJe at St Paul which has brought forth two fine cubs Macy Bros Mc one to Jas Bessette Worcester ther big section of skin and muscle from the ennon W C French J A Mershon children die he is guilty of manslaughter and thirteen wounded at Wickliffe by the in the near future to build palaces of for the ciy to feed and bring up Mass one to Aulhur Bitliner 12 West Charlie Berry Dan Tucker John McKen Buckner Belmont stallion 2500 ownbottom of his foot He jumped higher They are claimed to be Ihe first of while mild Mav day weather He has no right by violation of sanitary nds ice St New York City one to Bank than a circus man and looked precisely na Richard McKee Million and Heath ed by T W Henry Chicago their kind ever born iu captivity The regulations to spread contagious diseases 23rd prevailed here A H Lalor Rube of Wyarct Wyanet III one to Niblock like a fellow who didnt know what the man Hi Binder Belle Walkill 3 years old by Sir Wal IF rone HACK ACBKM among his neighbors and if he does so Or you are all worn cut really coml for nothing little chaps will have a hard time to I am running a Bi acksmith and Robert Richardson who killed Harlow mischief had happened Muncy and kill Layn Philadelphia Pa one to the Drake Adams Express it is rrener il ilibiitv Try 1000 owned by Mr Harimon In short he is guilty of a misdemeanor HITTERS itRuuys imox corn appetite Sold live and grow up kites Mill this county and Chas HORSE SHOEING SHOP Texas National Bank San Antonia Tex Berry New York It wfll cure you and rive a while he may do what he pleases with Hank Elections When nature falters and requires by all dealers in medicine lirumback this countv who killed Webb W Hansom ft W G Miles one to F Col 3 years old by Elevator 1000 re Works ou help recruit her enfeebled energies At Donaldson- his own worthless life he may not endanAll the banks held their annual elecir Winchester have been paroled out of Moreland Cook county 111 etc etc 100 Prize lor Triplets Secured by n owned by Macy Bros and W H CleveA South Second Street witli Dr J H McLeans Strengthen lives of others ger the possibly useful John McCloskey of Hall Antouio ing Cordial tions yesterday enitentiarv Ticket No 409 drew- - the Second Cap land and Bhxid Purifier SI per gjtf I would lie pleased to see sll my Kirhmond Woman In this caseas in many others a mans for bottle Farmers National Directors N Jones 7 39 ital Prize of 200000 and was sold in Texas had been mourned as dead old and many new cust imers Tiie A number of other colts and livery rights end at Sq conHon A T Chenault presided at fore- Â¬ C F Burnam The Climax of October 30th the precise point where his a bearded best of worn turned out Reelect fully John Bennett TJ Smith fractional eights at 500 each One to nine years The other niiiht Ollie Travis who was stabbed in man of the United States grand jury at W H Barnett which wrll be horses were burned 31 31 begin Jessamine NICK WHITF neighbors wrongs strancer appeared at the home of Mis James Bennett S S tained the subjoined article a Depositor Traders Bank New Orleans The fire spread to other property and This is the third Frankfort last week Journal McCloskey She liecame very indig Reiicharia saloon iH xington Christ- Parkes The President and other officers recalled by our readers La two to Ol Ilartman through Irwins consume 1 the following houses MAGAZ1SE wttk its Mr Chenault has been thus honored took her in his arms mas y some person unknown died ZPPVCOTTS At an early hour on last Saturday same as before naltbrary Bank Columbus Ind one t a Deposi nant when he Boarding house occupied by Mrs South Tuesday and Reiichart and two others Samuel He Jarnatt W R LetchBEBEA He hud been in in Use Madison National Directors A R morning Caroline Bennet colored wife erland and owned by Mrs Mary P tor New Orleans National Bank New It was her husband Ve been lodged in jail er T S Bronston and L E Francis wen Burnam O H a was indeed happy thought to frimt mm great deal f Chenault T S Moberley of Charles Bennet called Benna gave Bartlett loss etc Ticket No 35 961 the west and made a Orleans Li entire navel m each numter 2000 3000 insurance summoned on the petit j H B Dillingham G B Million N B the population of Richmond a grand boom Contents of house saved Lancaster made diew Third Capital Prize of 100 ooo It money Mr Joseph farvis of Nat a short novelette hut a long ttcrysuch s you an used to get in took farm and fay week basing Na Time Deatherage Waller Bennett President bv producing three large well developed pd in fractional quarters at 10 There aie ihhii accidents and dis Vacant brick store owned by Rowland a flying call on his friends here last Rich- from one dollar to one dollar and a hal John G and healthy girl babies two of them weighhich atlect Slock and I ou The Waco Mining and Manufacturing and other officers same as before Miss M Orcutt from Boston Mass is each One to Byron l Not that Out heirs loss 2 500 insured J S Minary Ky CameS lm- - anaoundJneeojtkercontrutunswhuhgives venieiice and lo s la the far ITlOna Bank Directors J ing seven pounds each and the other six incon Second National Company are working a night force on the latest acquisition to the teaching force Oswego N Y etc Ticket No 7SS had removed 200 worth of hardware stock mer in his work whch nsay be quickly mense StOCkS Of Salt Lime youagoodnugattnohesidesthenezel the natural gas well and boring goes Stone Walker T D Chenault June pounds They are growing larger and into the lower floor which was burned and at the College drew the Fourtii Capital Priae of 5000 rfinedieil by the use of Dr J H Mi wa wm I me ringing wows mmtn is Cement and the zmmy of tofuUr favor have steadily on without cessation i7 39 See Waco Walker Joe Collins W T Tevis D W stronger day by day and the mother the Mr J F Browne hts gone to Yellow It was ol in fractional pait of fortieths Leans Volcanic Oil Liniment uninsured doing well Caroline has now fifteen livIrvine J P Tribble item elsewhere in to dar s Climax Koontz One to Britton Machinery and lm- 00 crch Brick store building owned by George Springs Ohio to become a student at at A man named Powlikowskl who First National Bank Directors J W ing children and one dead She hat had T P Porter and occupied by most widely-Natchez Miss one to Christian Kehler Iceser as Antiocl College DlementS Sulkies Gear and wonthly publications and is the its kind m the J The Only He Poland mid Caperton W M Irvine D M Bright five children within the past two years boot and publication of Matches diss one to I Liehmann lor died lately at Wlocluwek shoe store loss on building 2 Mrs Anderson from SanJuoky Ohio ine DeSt line Ot GrOCerieS in world For full descriptive circulars address Mr Alexander Cornelison was the only H L White R X White and the sixth is so young that should one oo Louis L Levin 10S Canal S New York who woiked in Hie fields until list covered by policy of 2100 is spending a few weeks with her daugh magazine phuadeiphu man who oted in Richmond for John C year is fa id to have been 11 jeursof the of the half dozen fall in the fire the other NY one to Thos Boland Boston County Whisky Tax Troubles Co furniare stock damaged ter Mrs Hathawav Taylor J300 per year as ctt single numter Freemont in 186 By the way hesas if Ued that his uge It is lurllfcrf ril five combined could not get it out Two 41- Mass one to S Friedman 26 Elm St The publisher ef this paper will ruti je jowr Jefferson Daviess and other large whis or three of the older children are married bv water to extent of oo insured he cant get to be delegate to the ConstiJ D Oidliam of enia Ohio sert I New ork Citv one to L C and orf brother died at the ageoflHi and his WJistrtption Eight dwellings occupied by negroes ky manufacturing counties have discovertutional Convention he wants Major BurCa oline is little more and have children liu l ui iiie iiHLia ati9un ici jut iiu one faher at 128 while three surviving 4 Maiden Lane New York City ed that for the past six ears they ought to than foity years old Had she lived in the aggregate loss 3500 nearly covered by with friends at this place IW nam to have it l New bi ters are aged re pectively to John McCarvil 14 Clarkson St insurance have collected annual taxes upon all spiryears French Empire during the days of Napo and Miss M A Sloan gave an elocutionary York City Happy Daddies The 237th Grand Monthly Dr Crenshaw private stable loss 403 YOU OF its distilled in the countv The law en leon she would have been rewarded with entertainment of a high order at the Drawing will take place on Tuesday Col John Doty is happy for the third acted in 1884 imposed the duty of collecAre veil restless at night and harass a large pension and as pensions from our Chapel on Xcw Years eve FebruaJy nth of which all information ed by u bad eosMrll U e Dr J H Mc time It is a boy but so far names have tion upon the County Clerks The distilW government seem to be thrown around Leans Tar Wine Lung Raliuit will se Â¬ Misses Etta Stewart and Mary Robe will be furnished on application to M A proven scarce in that vicinity lers will now be compelled to pay back rather loosely we suggest that Caroline cure j u sound sleep aud effect a from Xicholas were the guests of Mrs Dauphin New Orleans La it Mr C L Tipton of Speedwell is taxes notwithstanding the whisky has in prompt and radical cure tt 9u be enrolled as a high private with the Hunting during the holidays Julia more than happy this being his first at- great part been sold ithout a knowledge pay of a Captain A report was published some time Mr Porter for some monlhs a resident Situated on the farm of Scott West tack A pound boy likewise narae- - of such tax Dr A E Aultz was the surgeon and of the I triiyal in The heading of the tunnel in Estill counthe town of Fayetteville Me are of this place died verv suddenly t Win- since giving an account When County Attorney J A Sullivan says that such case does not occur oftener by two living springs only a few rods al of Miss Noel of HHrrodshurg tv the only one between Richmond and chester of some obscure form of neuralgia in this countv four years came into office Machine vwb than once in a million times a man named Langford of the apart but 011 opposite slops of a Irvine will be through by February 1st The festive occasion at Mr B Moores The Cincinnati Enquirer of last Tues- See Fainville items Mr J F Stone the well known sewing ago he discovered that the whisky tax had of such a fate At present he is at the botTom same place On Monday the brother watershed Rills running in different not been collected and immediately or last week was because of the marriage ot day contained the following announcemachine man tells us that last year was of the girl met Langford in Harrods directions from these respective springs BEWARE ocean groveling among the monsters of the deep Fifty more Italians came Monday to his sister Miss Sally to Mr Shelbv Tudor it done The back taxes for two ment the best in ten years for sewing machines dcred burg and at once opened fire on him traverse each a distance of more than by blind faith supplement Mr Shanahans force on the years were then easy of adjustment Thus Rev J M Foster from Cincinnati One set of triplets has already turned R in his instant death He says that the factories believe this Seven fifty miles before they finally reach B XI The work was already will lecture in the College Chapel on resulting our County Attorney was more watchful up in Indiana to claim the Enquirer prize year will exceed last Mr Stone has six shots were fired four of them taking destination progressing with unusual rapidity Tuesday night on the subject The Re- eflect in Langfords body and making the same of 100 offered in last Sundays Enquirer canvassers W D Lewis R Garrett Sid than in most other counties B The main span of the R X I Nations Donelson has a quantity of new sulsponsibility ol The question has been asked tllow many Holman Ben Cox Rolney Griggs and J mortal wounds There was great ex A Large School Closed kies surries and buggies of the newest five years of b idge across Kentucky river was comM Reynolds triplets are there living under On Sunday last a memorial service was citement in the town and the public Principal M D Flack of the colored tliQ false work supage in the States of Ohio Indiana Ken peted last week and held in the College Chapel in honor of opinion is said to justify he homicide and most popular patterns and at very in itichmond having completed the school Another Farm Sold o- reasonable figures Recognizing porting it has been taken away relieving the late President Fairchild Very sincere tucky and West Virginia Yesterday Mr Thomas E Gibson sold legal term of six months has made his re- the statistical importance of a correct an the channel of the river from all obstrucI890- - SLNSHIXE AM MOONLIGHT 1890 and heart felt eulogies were pronounced The New York Times states on the BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR Number Xow let the tide come Burgin farm of i4 acres in the vicin- port He had three assistants by everal different persons each on a swer to this question the Enquirer has tions authority of a gentleman who knows LIFE BY GOING TO ity of Rspubiican Baptist church to Mr of pupils in district 550 of which 240 The jury in the Arnold condemnation different phase ot his useful life as teacher Another Ihristmas anil w Years An adopted a means of solving it as much of inside Standard Oil allairs were males and 310 females Total matA Black of Knox county for 14720 or of the Hoik iiuul by J Man It has also been asserted that there is proceedings returneJ a verdict for 20000 adviser and friend and closed with markas any outsider can possibly know riculates in school 290 males 115 females per acre and costs amounting to 50 after an ed attention to his deeply religious charIsland Houte Now haly not a single quartet of children all delivand who has a closer personal ac Mr Black is the same who last week 175 Highest number in school any day ered at one birth living under the age 01 hours deliberation The money was acter and his sincere consecration to God fur Distribution- quaintance with John IX Rockefeller 98 males 109 females Lowest num- Â¬ purchased the farm of Mr Jonathan J17 To tendered Mr Arnold and he accepted it five years in any of the four States than is usual even among those count Â¬ ber at school 55 20 males 35 females WACO 18 Estill out on the Speedwell pike for The Boys and Girls of America every quartet of children in any of the Work on his place began immediately ed his friends that the President of Talking advantage of the the GREAT BARGAINS he is offering But he was dissatitfied with the Average number at school 164 The house four States who are all living under the 00 and adults as well who have read the The case of C T Wells against the R the Standard Oil Company is worth deed and declined to take the land Thus is a poor one and should be improved or age of five years the Enquirer will present B Mr Brutus Keene was in Clay Ciiy last instructive pages of Watt Stephen condemnation proceedings NI in everything pertaining to 129000000 a new one built Amount of money drawn tire matter stands 1886 1866 Voltagal Petroleum prize iiSj 50 No money from a cash every of 500 triplets in any the wis heard before Judge Chenault on Sat week from the State 18S8 If you sutler prickim pains on mov aud Coal and Coke of set of To urday Mr Wells has that part of the New Clothing Home Wedding in our town the 29th of this 1887 Spellother sources Branches taught LS89 will be pleased ing the eyes or cannot bear bright Irou and Steel Messrs Voories of Henry county and ing reading writing grammar geogra four States named also living under five Alexander Tribble lands near the colored month light and find your sight weak and to kuow that the latest and brightest of failing you should promptly use Dr J years of age the Enquirer wrll present a Cemetery rented for the year The road Scofield of Owen county have rented of phy history arithmetic physiology and Mr Cliff Te is has returned from a visit the fainou Rouk Island series Sun H McLeans Strengthening Eye Salve taxes two acres for which it had already James Bennett the large business house civics There were 26 advanced pupils cash prize of 100 in Powell county 27 39 25 cents a box 1890 now conshine and Moonlight in every instance to set tied so that the case in question was These gifts will go on Main street heretofore occupied by The ages of the pupils in attendance C B Zittel made a tour of Eastern fidently awaits that chorus of approval VALUES and COST of goods cut no figure in the PRICES WE the mother of the babes to be used by her for damage to this gears crop The esti Covington Mitchell About February ranged from f to 17 years The reports Mr Wm McKee of Palatka FlorKentucky lad week which welcomed each of its predecesas she sees proper Every mother in Ohio mated damages as testified to by the variThis show numerous good records 1st they will open a clothing house ida a son of Dr J Lapeley McKee EVERYTHING MUST GO NOW MAKE Mr George S McKinney is visiting a sors Indiana Kentucky or West Virginia who ous witnesses ranged from next to nothwill make four clothing houses for Rich- Â¬ if reports be true has made con- Â¬ A Man invites the attention of his Sundays Weather has either triplets or a quartet of children ing up to 1000 The Commissioners had particular friend in Winchester mond besides merchant tailoring and mix- Â¬ siderable money in the Florida Land inquisitive boy and girl visitors this r Last Sunday was a day unlike any ever coming under these conditions is request awarded 60 The jury returned a verdict ed stocks Improvement Company The Milward Moore has commenced teach year to wonders in the heavens above and corof 225 The ed to communicate with the Enquirer seen in this country in January Mr McKee has come ins at Broomsage School House Sneakers Chosen He tells deal in which revealed by the telescope respondent in her vicinity or write direct thermometer registered 72 and there wa out successfully is in some phosphate Rev P Blake preached to a large crowd them all about the sun moon planets The Philalethean Society of Central that ethereal mildness found only in the to the Enquirer office inclosing a photoon which he is reported to have at Broomsage Saturday evening satellites fixed stars comets and their lands University held an open session in the far south this time of year The sun was graph of herself and photographs of each cleaied 510000 in a recent transaction Miss Kate Walker is at home after a Mrs Hunley Singleton ot Lancaster movements and explains the laws by chapel Friday night There were ten bright the sky blue the birds sang in- of her babies together with a history of Danville Advocate at half prices of what they r At PRICES that WILL sell which they are governed The achieve contestants and from them three were se sects flitted to and fro through th e air the their birth their names c and she will long absence Ashbaugh of Chattanooga is the guest of Mrs Mary Bauirstark were Dr J I Many Persons J lected to represent the Society next June grass green and growing plum trees then receive the prize in cash as offered George Thorpe is back from Clay City ments of science in the field of astron them Arc broken down from overwork or household The Judges were Rev Mr Cummins peach trees japonicas crocus jonquils from the Enquirer The pictures of the was among his old friends here last week where he has been the past two weeks on omical research are presented in lan cues Browns Iron Bitters guage so clear as to be easily under Â¬ Mr J A SuMivan and Prof Pulliam myrtle spirea and other bloom and flow babies and mothers will be published in Misses Mattie and Mary McCollum are business retiuilds the system aiila digestion rcmovra exÂ¬ cess of bile and cures malaria Get the genuine The successful contestants were Messrs ers out Doors were open windows up the Enquirer together with a list of the visiting the family of Judge Eason at Mr Tom Adams formerly of our town stood by all readers The book fascin 9 35 Douglas of Lexington Jacobs of Louis- Â¬ and fires were useless What a marvelous prizes they obtained Lancaster but now a business man of Bloomingtoo ates while it elevates and improves Go So Overcoats Any Price Sunshine and Moonlight comprises Versailles ville and Newman af In the meantime Caroline had heard of contrast to the scenes of four years ago Mr J Stuart Jones has removed from III is visiting his parents here A very queer custom iu Oconee profusely illustrated with 112 pages when snow drifts eight feet high impeded the advertisement mentioned above by the Ruthton to Richmond and lives near the county 8 C is the manner of burial Major Taylor died at the residence of Gone U Middleshorongh choice engravings Its covers are orna Â¬ so often practiced Instead of elabor all progress and the thermometer regis- Â¬ Enquirer and wrote to that paper stating K C Depot his brother Mr W W Taylor the oth Irvine hasabandoned his Mr R Tate mented with appropriate designs beau- ate marble head stones or other such tered 14JSJ below zero as set forth ill last her case Mr and Mr Tobe Hackett gave a de- ind and was buried the following day school at Winchester and gone to Mid tifully printed in colors Practically in a Dakota weeks Climax We read The Enquirer wrote to the editor of The lightful party last Thursday night and a to the desd Ihe Carolinian dlesborough w here he has formed a partJohn Creech has resigned his position as it is a Christmas gift to the patrons and memorials paper of the ice twelve inches thick last Climax last Friday asking him to send large number of persons were present name of Gess with Mr C L Searcy and is friends of the Rock Island Routk will build over the mound a shed or a salesman nership under the firm Here the ice wagon makes its photographs and history of the case which week grave from the j Bos worth Irvine attorneys at law and Mr Thomas Francis of St Louis attending the Commercial College at Lex- and will be seut post paid to any part moitid to protect the and the street sprinkler could was done The money will be here to day dailv rounds inclemency of the weather li the 1 real estate brokers In writing to have brother of Governor D R Francis of ington i of the world as also previous is ues if find much to do Sunday night the wind The triplets now weigh fifteen pounds case of the better class of mountaineer Missouri accompanied the remains of his The Climax sent to him he says he is was high Colonel William Harris has joined the desired at the nominal price of ten 10 r at REDICULOUS LOW PHI- 4 r at prices that almost make was considerMonday each and have been named Minnie E he will paint this wooden mausoleum doing well and expects to scoop in great relstive James R Rowland to this place Farmers Alliance Lodge at the Cobb cents per copy CES Wiite your address ao 4 4 them w of their own accord 4 ably coolor Yesterday morning a heavy Maude Herndon and Margie Stuart Satarday barls of filthy lucre We hope he may frost Insure your prniierty in one off S - afe School House in Estill county and his plainly and inclose ten 10 cents in a Jt 7 32 and are satisfied he will if there be any conversational powers are now greatly stamps or coin to Jno Seijastiax G Powells Ten Companies For Tbi Climax THIN COLUMN A Disgruntled Fellow lucre about the neighborhood P A Chicago enlarged T It The citizen warehouse at Yaz o Everything that pertains to WINTER WEAR we have marked BE CONTEXT A wagon loaded with a hoisting engine The Waco Mining and Manufacturing Miss containing til thousand bales Male A telegram from New Mexico relating and boiler from the new railroad bridge at Heal Estate prices on them that will sell them Company have engaged parties to conof cotton was ties royetl by tire SatEx Sheriff Presley Smith has bought how the Indians went on the warpath to ran into a hole dug for a gas Why should poor mortals sigh for bliss the river tinue the boring of the well at this place Samuel Shearer Sr has bought of urday Seven freight cars were also two yearling mules for 215 They are prevent the building of a canal was headMid natures bounteous store Deatheragcs pipe in front of Collins With two sets of hands they work day James Shearer the Squire Win Leather consumed Estimated loss 326500 ed Indians Opposed to Internal Improvehands high 5 And look beyond a world like this Monday evening and stuck fast In vain age farm of 215 acres two miles above Among Ihe insurance companies In Why go to New Mexico in search and night Mr James W Smith has bought of Sid ment To some mist hidden shore his wajoa Fithe driver triei to 6oo The Red House which policies or the cotton are held Rev Wm Cain was at home a couple of Red House for n y Noland ro ule for 900 of such people nally he got mad and swore like a cow- Â¬ The present moment is our own 9 900 Phoenix of Hartford days last week but has returned to Lee tract of the former goes in the trade at are Gentry Brothers of Lexington have And if we dont make a selling price no one will Tie handsome widower of the Nicho county where he is engaged in a protractboy Then he soliloquized as follows 10800 Liver Queen of Liverpool 4000 The future who can guess Cobb 17 mules for bought of Harvey lasville Journal shows what is running it stalled on Main is h aint Now this goods must go I want money and money I will get if prices 47500 pool and London and Globe ed meeting f 7ooolG E Black 30 mule at 10750 Street in Richmond with six good mules If it to us will ere belong in his mind by the following rcmrrk Literary Notes 30000 Uermania of New York In pain or happiness The Debating Society meets at the have anything to do with per head of Thomas Gibson 10 mules at is Predestination is the thief of time A fine new tmrtrait of the late RobK going down hill and that right in front of Home of New York 85000 School House in Bybeetown every Wedmules at 12 50 of W O Chenault 10 the rray a Garrard county beau quoted it Then he So let us be content een now ert llrowuing detached and printed on the Mayors place of business Look at Remember what blind faith did for HcGINTY nesday evening A new subject is debated H Children will freely take Dr to a yOung lady of this vicinity And trust our Fathers grace 11750 per head pae paper accompanies the January McLeans Tar Wine Lung BalmJ un unhitched his mules and went away eyery meeting and the house is crowded We are the eye That he will every good bestow yon plunge into unknown mysteries A good lady in this place attempted to number of Book News John Wana like cough syrups it contains no opium before An Accident Next morning he returned with a dozen with spectators And shield our destined ways The magazine will soothe and heal any disease ot the openers of this county put some Sunday school ideas into an maker Philadelphia Call and see In a letter to the Covington Common Â¬ men armed with crow bars jack screws Mr M Lackey will open a clothing contains a sketch of t he poets life and throat or lungs quicker than any other Who made all things The mules And if in some more perfect state urchins head implements wealth from Sanbel Island Rev George pries and other 27 39 remedy was the answer store in the second story of the Searcy ft reTjew of his last work Asolando Dunno she inquired W Durlap tells of an accident to Misses were hitched and all hands fell to work We live beyond the sky you and you mutt not for- building A stair way will be run from wjcn includes several of his new Now Ill tell Advices from Chill report the crop Taylor Marie Barnes Mattie and Lady After twenty or thirty minutes the wheels He who our being did create God made all out side of the building and the entrance pctms There are the usual number of of wheat as having sutlered from get it she continued Will every need supply Bird They were sitting on the high were lifted out of the trench and with the reviews and articles of general interes drought its couditicu having been things in the beginning the hills the will be from Uih btrtet door steps of Mrs McNutts house when brakes off away went the wagon and mule Mr Wm English has sold his river to book lovers oue especially interest- - forward clouds the grass and everythig else on al true joys and consequently liable to - cave way Miss Tay lor was knock with a lunge down street The brakes Then let us feast thefarm to Mr Metcalf of Clay county for lug ou Miss Amelia BEdwards with injury Demand for tonage is how- and Uhn hes a little old bad un aint he That He has spread around ed sencles and remained so for nearly worked with a screw from behind her ttortrait The descriptive pn remarked the urchin becoming much iner slack and shipments will com- a And not a murmuring heart or voice 4040 Mr Metcalf will move to r three hours Miss Mattie became deliri acted slowly The upright boiler struck in probably ten weeks Yes he iu all powerful con Â¬ purchase short P of uw books cover over thirteen terestedIn ali the earth be found who wast g Promoter of happiness to hemorrhage bunch of twenty telephone wires that cross ad a 1 ur nal of Com nierce and He aaov AC tinue the self imposed teacher the street and broke off tbe large cedar was badly hurt Miss Marie J HE CLIMAX in front of the Madi on Natioi at Bank Two busies a waif on and several horses were standing a little down stret The heavily loaded wagon lurched to the lelt and was fast drawing the wires around the vehicles and horses when the brakes got a successful grip on the wheels and stopped further damage pjle inir fr i XttittSm -11 i Â¬ ss - -- Â¬ JJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I rs ire 1 Â¬ Â¬ ng is njM it two-year-o- Two-year-ol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ FOR RENT Nick Â¬ Two-year-ol- JH -- Â¬ Â¬ whites Â¬ SHOP t l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i cans-se-ih- Us Taylor Hair Farm best ti fan Â¬ market uppiscotts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAVE READ OF THE FATE Â¬ Â¬ aS222lij Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ MCGINTY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YOU CAN AVOID HIS FATE Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ STRENG IS WINTER GOODS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ personal I wm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Host r Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ raiiislfiiajMi II -- Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ JUST COME and LOOK it Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is j Â¬ j Â¬ H J STRENG til it THE 10 COMMANDMENTS 1 Unprecedented Attraction MT OYER A MILLION 2 3 4 5 8 Think Carefully and buy from us Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place 23 C W Main Deal Honestly Is Our Motto ite ThoroughlyIf You Do Not Know l Buy Frequently Sdl Reasonably 10 PAY PPvOMlTLY If You Would Please l lias Ever Been Our Aim Is Our Earnest UmmmL Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS thy will ultimately lead you to success and and make as hapnv SHACKELFORD DKAIKRS IS GENTRY ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WooDEN WAKE BOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and OlTl KIMXO FASHING IMPLEMENTS ITAGONS PLOWS DAY BAKES WIIEELBAKKOW FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETCL LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET ETC AND TOO WILL FIKD US SHACKELFOED mono Kv July Hi GEITTEY 45- 1 1888 BOOT RING STILL IN THE AND- - SHOE -- HOUSE HERE WE COMK AJA1N WITH TO BK A FKKSH LOT OK CHOICE JMAKIiEHAS- I- Groceries -- FOR THK KemodeleD On account of t lie lieonveiiieiire thaf herefrom we have decided will to sell out our euormoils stock of NEW YEAR We handle t lie beat of everything and give you the Uwesl PUCES Passible nd Boots Shoes HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS AT A oar unbounded thanks to our larpe list of customers who have patronized M so liberally and promise to treat them as wel in the future as in the past to see new Just as old ones customers Rppol SACRIFICE From now until the builders bein and complete their work This will be a rare oppor- liClIl Sit Cn9HuHlltl at to Of lit Hie - tunity far the people of Richmond alhl 1tlison county to get the 2 1 c 2 g s t SrSLins They have ever received from any irc e ir our lock is one of the best and largest in -- G0RMLEY Â¬ Â¬ CZNTRAL KENTUCKY This is no catch penny to get rid we are in earnest tit everything we say SiDDLES 1HD RtRNtSS lot goods but WCGORMLEY ft OO con We have all the latest styles in tinue in their elegant ltouse corner ol Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky fornierly occupied bv J P llerndon as a dru store We have al the latest styles in Ladies Shoes Saddles ai Harness MENS SHOES AND BOOTS have all the best makes and latest styles in HADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work- Hisses and Childrens Shoes men ling Blankets Horse Hoots We have a full stock of Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar rads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles ld and Silver Buck We have the largest line of Harness Oils Harness Soaps Infants Shoes In the City - - Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everything We have the belonging to a oompleti dlery and Harness Shop A alty of v f1 rrv BOYS SHOES best selection of The market affords such as Knox m Feu Hats inrmley made the harness with 8m We have an abundant sup Susie 8 won lier great Bui which fW falo r also that with which ply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts Bell Vara raised herself from 2 Suspenders dents llo ierv iVc Light Road Track Harness HATS be COST 0 All 10 ALL 41 40 WOKS WARRANTED AT COST At Cost AT COST iive us a call and see tor vourself Respectfully Detroit Hotel Manager Doe a 240 Torn with Uis Guests E T Osborn manager of the Grls wold house hates to swallow a bluff as he docs a poor meal This characteristic Butchering II utilrecW of Thousand of Blrdi occasionally makes things unpleasant Not long since two fly young drumto Secure Their Plumage Extracts from mers put up at his hostelry They hadnt Lot isiana Lottery CoxfasTY Different Sources to Show What the as much business on hand as they had Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ time and one of them suggested a walk Practice Means ucational and Charitable purposes and its Mr Osborn mentioned some pleasant franchise made a part of I he present State One of your esteemed contemporaries Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming had an article recently on Bird Plum Â¬ jwints in the city that were within a popular vote reasonable distance One knight of the It- Mammoth Drawing take place age on Womens Heads which is ho mis grip proposed that Osborn accompany leading and so favorable to the interests Semi Anmnliv Juneand December and them The other promptly intimated its Grand Single Number Drawings take of the feather dealers that if it hail been that the manager had about as satistac place in each ol the other ten months of dictated b one of those gentlemen it tory an equipment for pedestrianism as a the year and are all drawn in public at could hardly have been more so the Acadeim of Muic New Orleans La Dead birds mean dollars to the feather duck or a mud turtle Why he couldnt make a block in dealer and ho would stifle the gush of FAMED FOB TWEJTTY YEABS song in the throat of the bobolink with ten minutes and keep it up for an hour For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt as little compunction as he would crush He was built for holding down an office Payment of Prizes itli ttul as follows a mosquito It is not to be sujposed chair or the cushioned seat of a coupe We do hereby certify that we super that these men are going to volunteer But he couldnt walk a little bit Hes a vise the arrangements for all the Monthly any information that will injure their quitter sure and Semi Annual Drajving of The LouOsborn went back at the traveler and trade on the contrary it is their part to isiana State Lottery Cotnpam and in persuppress all unpleasant facts and to the argument waxed so hot that nothing son manage and control the Drawings soothe and put to sleep the conscientious less than an actual test could settle it UMUMllres and that Hie same are conHere you fellows Ill tell you what ducted with honesty fairness and in good scruples of women on the subject of Well walk Willi your kind Ill do shouted Osborn faith toward aft parties and c authorize dead bird milLnery the Company to use this certificate with permission I will mention a few facta for from here up to the bridge across to the facsimiles of our signatures attached in the benefit of your readers which will park around the island and back to the its advertisements rather disprovesome previous statements hotel The last man in does the grand Now dance or stop To affirm that the domestic can iry is for the other two never used for millinery purposes is un- your music Anybody who thinks I true The writer saw a hat only a short cant walk is playing with fire Any Â¬ time 6mce with five canaries upon t ar- body can be an awful walker with his ranged in such fantastic attitudes as to jaw but I want business thats whats nggntl the idea that the wearer was a gnawing at me Get a gait on you or COMMISSIONERS fit subject for the lunatic asylum Either else pull in your advertisements The match was soon made and the trio w e must believe what the feather dealers We the undersigned Banks and Bankers tell us and distrust the evidence of our went out Jefferson avenue with heads will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana own senses or we must believe whtt the up arms swinging with elbows nearly Stat- - Lotteries which may be presented at leading ornithologists of the country on a level with shoulders teeth 6et and The- - looked like vet- Â¬ our counter- tell us and for my part I prefer to be- Â¬ chests expanded R M W mmslky President Louisiana lieve the fetter In 1886 eran athletes the rage for al Bank An hour or so later the procession was dead bird millinery had reached a climax P11KUE Laxaix President State Na and the ornithologists published a report coming back It looked like the break Â¬ tional Bank ing up of a Manitoba winter Every A Bauwin President New Orleans showing the appalling destruction of our signal of distress was hoisted Osborn song birds to satisfy the demands of a National Bank was trailing but grave as a pink eyed C barbarous and demoralizing fasiiion kl Kihn President Union National The report says From carefully gath bulldog His coat was over his arm vest Bank ered statistics it is proved that on the thrown back collar flapping from one GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING most moderate calculation 5000000 song lone button in the rear hat on the outer- Â¬ most peak of his head and legs moving At the Academy of Nn ic New Orleans birds are annually required to fil the with a stiffness that showed them numb demand for the ornamentation of the TUESDAY FEBRUARY 11 1S90 A little way ahead were the drum- Â¬ hats of American women The slaughter mers looking as though the hose had is not confined to song birds everything that w ears feathers is a target for the been turned on them and their clothes 100000 Ticket at Twenty Dollars each bird butcher In a single season 40000 hung promiscuously about their persons Halves 10 Quarters 5 Tenths 2 terns wan killed at Cape Cod for ex- just to dry out All were puffing like Twentieths fl portation and the swamps and marshes overloaded locomotives and each block LIST OF PRIZES of Florida have been depopulated of ahead looked like a two mile stretch Prize of 300000 is 300000 their carets and herons In one month Everybody looked everybody wondered I Prize of 100000 is lOoOoO 1000000 bobolinks have been killed and everybody laughed I lrwc ot 50000 is JIMHO near Philadelphia At the corner of Woodward the trav- Â¬ and from a single Prize of 25000 is 25000 Long Island village 70000 song birds eling duet swung down toward Con- Â¬ j lrizcs of 10000 are oooo were supplied in a short time to New gress Osborn was going so slow that r 5 5000 are 25000 you had to set a stake to see him move York dealers for millinery purposes Inzis of 1000 are 25 25000 100 Prise of The above aro only a few extracts but he saw- an ojiening and soaked the 500 are 50000 spurs into himself He would run down oo Priaea of 60000 from the report but enough to siow 300 are are 500 lrizcs of 100000 what the slaughter has been and if to Griswold and thence to the hotel APPROXIMATION song birds are not used so much now on winning by a spurt on the finish As he TR1ZFS crossed Woodward on a dog trot the fes100 Irizes of 500 are 50000 hats as fornierly it is owing to the re- Â¬ tive drummers caught sight of him saw 100 Jo straining iniluence of the Audubon so300 are 30000 do joo are 20000 ciety This society is an outgrowt i of his game and struck a sickly looking TERMINAL lKIZES the oosamjttu on bird protection of the hen canter The outcome was that all three struck the big hotel door at once slo 100 are 9 99900 American Ornithologists union and has collided scrambled got tangled up and 100 are 099 do 99 9O0 members today in every state in the finally rolled in neck and neck union and in Canada Osborn swore he won by an eyebrow 3134 Prizes amounting to Probably if the wearers of thoplunes 1054800 was the Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes of the Florida egrets knew at what cost but the claim draw disallowed and con- Â¬ Nona of the these plumes are obtained there would match called a are not entitled to terminal Prizes be less demand for them and as worien testants laid up a cent and each one is as often sin in this matter from ignor- lubricated till he smells like a veterinary AGENTS WANTED Detroit News ance and want of thought as from want dispensary For Club Kates or any further of heart it is only right they should inlonnation desired write legibljr to the An Kxtraordinary Crime undersigned clear v stating J our esidence know A correspondent of The Audu- Â¬ A remarkable story of a murder comes bon Magazine see July number 1887 with State County Street and Number from Budapest The luurderer was a More rapid return mail delivery will be writes from Pinecastle Fla as follows Through my meanderings I watciied nurse and the victim her charge a baby assured bv your enclosing an Enretopc baring our full sVddrCM closely for birds and deer I saw but a 2 years old Both went out together for few hundred lards where formerly I had an airing and being absent an unusually seen from 10100 to 20000 I met plenty long time search was made and the girl Address M A DAUPHIN of hunters with buggies and wagons found her clothing wet and soiled She New Orleans La loaded with bird plumes The birds ire explained that while walking with the or M A DAUPHIK Washington 1 C killed at a season of the year when they child she felt that a petty theft she had Br ordinary letter containing M00CT are rearing their young On passing lie committed would soon bo discovered Order issued bv ail Expi panics and rather than be punished for such a New York Exchange IJralt or Postal Note rookeries where the hunters had beaa a little thing 6he thought she had better few days previous the screams and calls of the starving young birds were pitiful do something that might keep her in A ldress Registered Letters containing to hear Some were just fledged wl ile prison all her life She had been very turrencv to others were so young tiiat they could happy in prison when there before she Hew ORLEANS NATIONAL RANK make but little noise But all mut in said and hoped to spend the rest of her New Orleans La evitably starve to death I cannot de Â¬ days there if sho threw her masters REMEMBER that the payment of scribe the horror it gave me to hear child into the river Sho bought the is Guaranteed by Four National the pitiful screams of the dying little child some cakes and made her laugh beHanks of New Orleans and the Tickets holding her over the water on the bank birds are signed by the President of an InstituThen suddenly she I think your esteemed contemporary of which sho stood tion whose chartered rights are recog dropped the baby and the current has got rather mixed up in his ornitholnized in the highest Courts therefore be Â¬ off Befoio ware of all imitations or anonymous ogy when he speaks of the cedar bird as caught her and carried her the rice bird which does 6o much injury the child liad floated many yards she schena ONE DOLLAR is he price of the ti the crops in the south so that its i e saw her sink The servant did not show smallest part or fraction ol a Ticket sued struction is rather a benefit than other- the least repentance but carefully in- Â¬ bv us in any Drawing Anything in our wise But I quite understand his descrip- quired whether she was really to be name oflered for less than a Dollar is a tion of bird effects The way the birds locked up for life The mother hoped swindle are torn up and the different parts dis- Â¬ that the girl had lost the child and that tributed uion hats would be quite in ac her declarations were untrue but the cordance with the fitness of things in the river side wes searched with torches and Phila mind of a savage but it is an insult to the the body of the little one found taste and feeling of a civilized people delphia Ledger On one hat is a breast without head or Why lie Went Out body on another a decapitated hesd A good housewife at the Highlands Nkxt Dooh to Post Office with glass eyes stares out from between wished to surprise her husband by giv- Â¬ legs or the bird is smashed flatas if killed a particular kind of some THE BE8TPLACB TO BUY YOUR with a stone more the position itwoud ing him which of was very fond She he cake of take ii its dying agonies than any pone took great pains with the mixture meas- Â¬ it could possibly assume in life iitill uring out each ingredient with the utÂ¬ the outlook is not so discouraging as it most care for she was determined to might be and people are beginning to produce the best loaf she ever made realize the necessity of more rigid laws When the good man came in to tea and LARD CANS to protect birds other than those for food saw the handsome loaf his heart went I read in The Savannah Nsws of a reÂ¬ out towards bis wife in renewed affec- Â¬ BUTCHER KNIVES cent date The crane is pursued vigor- Â¬ tion The cako was finally cut but the ously by the hunter who finds a ready first mouthful he took made him look MEAT CUTTERS market for the plumage as the snow puzzled and soon he left the table The wo Â¬ with And all kinds of TINWARE whiteoffeathera are populardealers theNew wife was curious to know why ho went men fashion Plumage in out and noticing that ho had left bis York have hunters regularly employed at cake almost un tasted she broke off a FIXE COAL VASES a salary in the south Florida and alon j little piece and put it in her mouth the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the penin- Â¬ Horrors cayenne pepper where did I FINE CUTLERY sula and all through the almost impene Â¬ get that and she made a bolt for the trable lagoons and bayous of the Ever- Â¬ kitchen Going into the pantry sho COAL OIL 8TOVES glades who keep up the warfare upon the looked at the box where slio got her cin- Â¬ Sir Call mill pee the celebrated birds of plumage and song all througi namon to put in the cake There stood ECONOMIST KANCiE the heft oa the winter And this fact has led to the the box but tho word Pepper was so agitation of the question whether a rigid big that there was no mistaking the con- Â¬ earth law should not be passed to punish by tents She says tho next time 6he makes fines and penalties all who are convicted loaf of cake she will taste of everything T C WELLS li F CARR of shooting any birds excepting thoj a before she puts it in and her husband which are edible Letter in New York says he doesnt know but shed better Sun Springfield Homestead A THE BIRDS ON THE EATS A WALKING MATCH DISTIilRlTED A RATHER BITTER ARRAIGNMENT OF A FAD AND ITS FRiENDS Â¬ brn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J7 Â¬ Hindoo Superstitions The Hindoos are early risers In the warm season extending from April to October they sleep either upon the housetop or in the court yard or in the 9 veranda if rain should bo threatening and are usually up at 5 oclock or earlier In tho cold weather in the morning when they sleep within doors they rise later but they are out before 7 Rising in the morning while but half awake the The old and reliable Saddle and Hindoo repeats the name of Rama sev- Â¬ Harness House of eral times Happening to yawn ho im- Â¬ mediately fillips his thumb and middle finger though he does not know why next to He prepares for his morning toilet He No 25 Second Street plucks a twig from the bitter neem tree Harnett House has a complete breaks off a span length of it crushes stock el one end between his teeth and extem- Â¬ porizes a tooth brush He next draws Saddles Harness up water from the well in the yard with Whips Spars Horse an iron bucket and prepares to wash his Blankets Boots Curry Combs Scrapers hands and face This is quickly done Oils ami He then throws on an extra garment the Toe Weights Soaps thickness and texture depending on the everything else needed by persona season and weather lights his hooka who handle horses takes a few pulls with his euphonious hubble bubble and is ready to go out Saddles Manufactured to Order With a passing Rama Rama to friend or acquaintance and a neighborly gossip and none but the best materia Uentlemens ladies and by the way ho repairs to Ids place of used business While going he will sedulously boys1 Saddles kept in stock avoid those signs and sounds which may Harness of every description augur ill for tho day Should one sneeze Trace Chains Ilames Backhands or should he hear the cawing of a crow or the cry of a kite or should he meet an Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Blind oil man or one- blind or lame or see a llame Strings How Lines cat cross his path ho would be greatly Bridle Whips and other things distressed as to the day before him On used on the larm the other hand if a fox crosses his path July experienced workmen em if ho hears a gong or shell summoning ployed him to worship or if he meets a Brali Ii you want a Saddle you have man with his head uncovered he would rejoice hailing it as auspicious Some a hundred to select from ranging are so superstitious that if any evil por- Â¬ in price from 14 upwards It you tent occurs on tb way they return home want a set of Harness you have a liave a smoke or chew a betel leaf and 150 sets to select from ranging in proceed afresh Science SADDLESJSTOUFFER OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC HARNESS AND GEAR G OT Jmy 20000 OF- - WORTH PICKELS Bridles CLOTHING oi his own selection for which he paid CASH and got liberal discounts that he proposes to ive to his customers STOUFFER INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE Largest and Most Complete Stock in Richmond w HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS Â¬ IS THE price from 8 up All juices of Plow Cear from Now as to the treatment for incipient the cheapest to the best Some OLDEST CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND baldness thin spots and so forth This thing entirely new in Carry Combs is according to Good Housekeeping what an eminent physician said to a gen- The handsomest lot ol lap Cloths And knows precisely what you want 41tleman who consulted him for the first ever brought to Uk hmnnd Hints for Balilhead Â¬ Â¬ - STOUFFER h si a Capital Prize 8300000 Â¬ 1 1 iu Â¬ Â¬ named trouble Have you been accustomed to wash your head in soapy water asked the doctor Yes every morning was the reply Well that is the cause of this bald place stop washing and begin brushing your hair Uso a bristle brush for fifteen You minutes every morning and night may not notice any improvement for a year perhaps not for two but be assured you will have a fine crop of hair and never grow bald if you pursue this course As fifteen minutes seems a very long while vigorously moving a hair brush hither and thither over the surface of your head it would be well to inveigle ones friends into assisting wouldnt it If the hair is falling out remember that it is owing to an unhealthy condi- Â¬ tion of the scalp First cut off about two inches of the hair next wash in clear cold soft water rubbing dry with a crash towel then begin the fifteen minutes brushing process and in a few weeks you will sec the tiny spires of new hair coming all over your head Beware of being tempted to the use of any nos- Â¬ trum whatsoever no matter how plausi ble the advertisement thereof all aro more or les3 injurious generally more as you will find out to your sorrow if you begin tho use of them Â¬ Â¬ A 1 sft 7 aJ RUFF G fl Stciir Suits Overcoats Fasts a - zx-- fr- ouit t7 Z0CFfmJ asjrti BJUI m S ll P T o2r nJ - si watch Elegant Prince Alberts Ov Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks WCC WAT CM O HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES -- A WITCIUKERJEWELER nKAiru in Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver ami Siieciul PROFUSION OF UNDERWEAR Plated ware etc atteutinii jriven to 4 iSi U L EXTENSIVE LINE OF NECKYEAR AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN FET7INQ DIAMONDS AND OTHBB PRECIOOH STOXFX ruder the Chin You may have heard travelers scoff at the practical Frenchman who stuffs one corner of his napkin inside his shirt collar and spreads t fully over the front of Â¬ REPAIRING r OdsFeisiisEhk TfiUIZS IMPORTANT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tronijilly ioiie am in a workmanlike manner his person from his chin down to his knees This is the practice of the French people of the middle and lower classes Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver who aro thrifty and prudent and who wish to eat at their ease and not spot BS iannl lireel Hie place nxt tlixir Ky their clothes There is nothing ridiculous io ilie 1ost nftice liicl inoml 4 If There la a reason and jaa in this practice an excellent reason for so spreading the napkin and if I were dining at home or alono at a restaurant or club and had on my spotless shirt and open waistcoat 1sbbsbbsbbbebbV9H and clawhammer coat all ready to go to sbbbbbsbP BZaBBSBSSsVfLBBBBPv5BBS BBSBSBBTsM the opera I should certainly spread my napkin over my manly and snowy ixeom just as tho Frenchman doe3 and so I should dine at my ease serenely ind without care knowing that I had thus insured the immaculateness of my linei Howevor let it bo remembered that com- Â¬ pany manners in all countries require you simply to spread your napkin loosely yAianJtsas asaSasSaJH jRSlllwfrlbsJJ over your knees and to eat cleanly and decently Theodore Child in Harpers Bazar WIS MEM J NO IB STOTJFFER V JEXT ST lS5ETX M fiwli TJKACQtTAniTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COtTNTHT WILL CZ I MUCH VALUABLE INFOHKATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF AM SsPPW P M POPES Â¬ Hoy Hamlet MSllLSHS lSHsssaBBsl Hardware anfl Stoyes John Howard Payne enjoys the dis- Â¬ tinction of being the first American Hamlet who was born in America and he had been born but seventeen years when he played Hamlet at the Park theatre in May 1809 He was the first of the long line of infant phenomena in this country and the original Boy Hamlet Fired by the marvelous and ridiculous success of Master Betty in England he went upon tlic Ptagc with little professional training and with barely sufficient intelligence to play tho parts of Rosencrantz or Guildenstern but ho drew enormous crowds and put money in his purse Two years later on tho 5th of April 1811 he introduced tho tragedy of Hamlet to Albany au- Â¬ diences but he is remembered by pos- Â¬ terity as a playwright rather than as a player and as the author of one immor Â¬ tal song His Hamlet naturally was as immature and as amateur as it was pre- Â¬ mature Lawrence Button in Harpers Magazine Steel Pens For is years m a rasrii ssrasi H it 37 Cour H cr n w at SSSriLoiiisYlIeKy tmjmmf mmmwl snj nu acoriurul sc hi r A jmssstWI fhvsMiaaudUie Gnrra aU forius of P XI VATS CHRGNIC and SIZUL DIS Â¬ EASES Spcrniatorrllea una Impotcncj- 11 THE CKlSfiGO mZl ISLMD PAGiFiS 3AOMY fie result nf if btt er rears or other r sat a dr ati i CMifMoa in r mac Nearly all the steel pens used in this country are manufactured here though twenty years igo nearly all were imÂ¬ It rttaal ih t fmj ssUmivhsi pfns rlsl tTtratr xi a earn tr et ir It mmtrm immtmMX rhrakiiia- - knctnt thucton reieistaead paemma to my cmre Win- - it h It wmn ck tor trrouaemt medWaraeas he ku- privately sVsVl ualT by Bail or expros Tvhrra to V trjjljjjl rwrture Ill an ili T prirata iJirai hMm r or nahatpy tr ad mn4 SYPHILIS aJVwCirV d af Ideas rmoss in youth a xosl mmmrm in ni and prtrfoiinj armeof tlitr l mii Kniii n Bh tmis h - in lUiui- - of Sil MTV Phr Face X rma m Bach g OasTaaH of Beams Fewer mmwrnQt J te reiia 11 Oruhitn Gonorrhea Hernia tr iiuflure qrjhrili cured i rured sir pn 4 - Including main lines branches and extensions East and West of tho Missouri River To all points East North an i Northwest from K iJtoHocl IsV ind Davenport Des Moines Cnicao an LSA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worttiinirton Slouz town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and short direct route In connection wioh lines from St Lou Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points conversing at Kansas City it also constitutes THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FK the mo3t poouiar and economical system transportation to and from all cities towiia and sections in Kansas Colorado and tho Indian Territory FREE Reclining be Kurtai City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge Chair Cars Pullman Citv ajad Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson THE MSSOUR RIVER It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands in the o world forming speediest Â¬ - Fine si CarriagRR Wallace NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new aud of the very Intent patterns Tliey are hw sule on the most reasonable terms If yon want a vehicle come and He me and you wont jj home without ooe 5 JOHN DOXELSOX rice H- e- new ana ungmai assigns OF AH US MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble 4nV Am Warn an Jrti zt- - rriFDCC M c- mm O fcrtlini mn FIRM FOE SALE - - pntfMI I Mkf Mr af MnMU aetw - mmn Imt fctli n il Tkt biny m mm mwhi l H mmmll e4 U Ok wta-ainw m mmmmmm iiw Mmbm ra wb Oil a ymmt ymm tmarfchuM rfiie ae mmtmflmmtm Ufa earn W ii els taWer r UayiiiliirniwmTi nrn ear a least mm i aam mmmt iraaa r mwim a c w s- pay ail ataraai taaryaa inti ii1 - H HA tlullti -- u Tor Sale or Heat large two story F irsl Clas s Workmansbip PEICES AND LOWEST COITSISTiaJT We have the largeu trade In Centra Kentucky and guarantee gatixfactiou TVrite for rices and informa liou before orderiug any Btyleof work t - I desire to sell or rent privately he STORE HOUSE aantad 00 a good corner lot in a Ky known m the Hogan prapcr- 11 11 ADAM8 HON Importers CUH Lbxikoto Ky Drawing Boom Homily Is it not too bad says Bishop Ilunting ton in a time when there is so much fact to bo learned so much work to bo done and dooo better than it is so much TteO wrong to be righted so many burdens wait to bo eased so many noble enter prises to bo set forward that ladles and gentlemen of faculty and information fnly a Kiiare from the Court house should array themselves sumptuously You dont have to t end away out to and go to meet each other again and the depot again and stay together for hours only to look at a spectacle that is without sig- Â¬ nificance and hear sounds without sense Goal DeliTeredio anyPartofTcwn to see unreal manners and hear com- Â¬ monplace speech to exchange greetings m ith the dearest friends only on a crowd Â¬ Soft Coal and Anthracite ed staircase as the two processions up and down crush Nat and Lump Coal where the meet and pass or in a afear of liveliest feeling is damaging a fabric or being mortified by Kow o n Rt Mvns1 old lumber yard a mistake to eat and drink what could tiexi to Siciind Pri slivieri iu church ynicket il livery in town Lowest be eaten and drank with far more com- Â¬ fort and safer digestion at home to say Try u- pi iees what one only half feels to persons 1 C WELLS CO whom one does not like on t subject aswBBaaBasaBBaBMaaanHBBBBMB jj ass that one does nat half understand to pick a way between frivolity and false- Â¬ hood or wade through a muddy mixture of both to cover disgust with a smile inward protest with spoken accent or weariness with a jest and then go away at an unhealthy hour with nothing to remember but a babble a whirl a jam As Executors of George W Ballew and a stcret self contempt Horrid decil we will on bore isnt it said one victim to another Peastly was the cordial answer Saturday January 25th 1890 Lets go home I wish I could but On the premises 5 miles Houth east of you 6ee I cant I am the host Richmond near the Richmond and Cutting off the Voters Big Hii pike sell publicly to t tie high- Â¬ Jackson Miss Jan 13 Senator est bidder the farm of i offered a bill in the senate Saturday to amend the charter of this Cit It proposes to restrict the right to vote for mayor and other officers to who or who The home place of the aforesaid Bal Â¬ those 0J can readof and write property own worth taxable lew Good dwelling house good out The bill will probably pass buildings two orchards well fenced Ohio Lei slat ore Friday good wwter about 50 acres to g in corn Ten acres uow in wheat bal Â¬ Senate Resolutions adopted Granting ance in grass tho use of the hall to the board of agriculTerms liberal mid msde known on ture for the agricultural convention next day of sale If not sold will be rented Wednesday granting old employes ten day a pay for ii new employes in Bale at 1 oclock their duties Adjourned till Monday G W BALLEW Houw Not in tsaissi 28 32 B F DEATHEHAGE A G T WELLS GO ilj y Tiri ii Twi Â¬ t graces Evidently she has not come to her full height When she does she will probably be as tall as her imperial sister The queen would like to secure to her the crown of Great Britain becau e she is descended from her majestys mother the Duchess of Kent whose first husband was Prince Leiningen Princess Feodore has lieen a good deal here with a party of aristocratic English friends some of whom are connections of her aunt-in-laon the maternal bide Countess Gleichen Count Gleichen abandoned his high born German status to marry Laura Seymour and is a profes- Â¬ sional sculptor high in the queens favor Against German etiquette she has been latterly styling them both se-Â¬ rene highnesses An objection to the proposed royal match is that tho young ladys mother is in a madhouse There is already more than a touch of insanity in the royal family of Englnd Paris Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I hear from a high English source that the Princess Feodore of who did the Eiffel tower the other day chaperoned by her elderly maiden aunt Amelie of the same house is in all likelihood the coming Princess Albert Victor of Wales She is a sister of the German empress and a niece of Prince Christian tho dull old husband of the best of Queen Victorias daughters is going on 16 looks a good sort of girl and is almost pretty But she is not likely to improve when the bloom of youth departs and she m ants winsome Schleswig-Hol-stein The Coming lrincesg Albert Victor ported Now only the highest priced ones are imported We use about 1000000 gross every year which is not so large a number as might appear con- Â¬ sidering that it represents fewer than three pens apiece for all the inhabitants As many people who uso them wear out a gross 144 pens or more in a year it is evident that there must be a great many who never use a steel pen at all The pens are made of imported steel which is preferred because of its more uniform quality It is rolled into big sheets and cut into strips after which it is an- Â¬ nealed rolled to the thickness required then tempered and cut and stamped into pens Much skill i3 required in all these operations and in those of finishing tho pens for uso The manufacture and trade in steel pons has seen very little change for a generation Good House Â¬ keeping Blinks you to a duel You didnt weaken did you Jinks Not much I accepted What weapons Guns Eh Hes a dead shot I Wouldnt he fight No I chose old fashioned muskets of the kicking variety and he bu ked New York Weeklv out Convincing Proof In mnny Insturoes it ms been proven Hint Cures Guaranteed in all Casc s irTiaorialten llr or hr mt f atv Ii 0Q Of pnjrea PRIVATE COUNSELOR nt any ssNMsS U I i A M j P nil M PudiImj lfa i ni fhr - Jrrry t t lOIIMOKTD GOAL CO hhuI I have pircliHseil the properly of he ompanv ami will keep on html all of the bet varieties of I Afaid of Guns I thought Bluffer challenged The yard is Hkjp of hovs Pen on desiring io hiuil their own coal will not have to cross Ibsj luilruad I resptcl fully rxpiest a lils ral pat ronage of the citizMis of Ixrth county hi il city 13- T 8 BRONHTON COAL Prof Loisettes al competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warnfi by fteam from tn3 locomotive in winter well ventilated and freo from du t leave Kansas City and St Joseph daly on arrival of trains from tho East and ooutheast with elegant Day Coaches PuUmsn Palace Sleepers and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Springs and Puoblo making stops only important in Â¬ tervening stations in Keis us and Colorado superb Diningat Hotels at con venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph luxuisi delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate pnecs THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVOH1TE TOURI3T LINE To Mnni Peak the Garden of th Gods Cascnde Green Mountain Falls Id r camps andcites sanitary uritain par resorto a C hing grot Jc attractions of Colorado Its Vea ed with overy modern Improvement tout add a safety convenience comfort and luxunous enjoyment - vonn ctionj ut They rlrrtnrnjrto ifn Union i tuo uonvor and Colorado Midland Union Pacmc Denver Texas and Fo t Worth and all other diverging lines For Tlcheta Maps Time Tables Foiderw copies of the Western Trail Ocaud monthly or farther doeirou information address E ST JCKN JOHN SEBASTIAN Qereral Tianvjcr CU ICAGO II Oaal Tktet ft Pai Ajev LeadingÂ¬ c Hio-Ori-- r MACNIFtCENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS BRYANT STRATTON Business College Â¬ INSURANCE i MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD FIRE LIGHTNING cind TORNADO Seven Solendid Companies North America Springfield rniania uieetieut iiira iazon - la Letter Far better than he harsh Ires men which horribly gtipe the patient and destroy the coating of the Htomach Dr J H McLeans Chilis and Fever Cure by mild yeteflecdve nction will cure old at 50 cents a 27 39 liottle Warranted of medicines 175 ACRES Â¬ B tlJotnnlc IUxl HmIh nitulo ly Hie Mood Balsa Co Atltoti Qtu will cure poison in its wor e phases evaa when lool all other treatment f A P liiiinxon Atlanta Oa wrlti had 34 running ulcers on one lea and Ihe other ai atly prostrated I be lieve I actually swallowed a barrel of mull cine in van effort to cure iIip ili liitlc hoi- - I flnully so Iblvlce of it I e led I kepi I hail it nut u tlie u of bloc poison iiuve ilisi and at lust I mi sound mid well again after B It I sssU of sdaMantxi oat PMStusssisrtsliian fc moa woak i aotf bsssauaaisas u nAT ASK YOUR - l iia - wtaobav GROCER Mas- New York Uartfon New York r Fifth Arenae nvuxTw ll S - K BS ivania rufV A Cincipniti 1hiladeiphia TOM i Mixey tin Â¬ If you want to buy a sulky surrey tit buggy or carriage call on Douelsoii he has the If test best and cheapest j I corruption ami nnHlly lie disease began enllng my skull bones My hones I my kidneys n We hsve one hundred mule Colts and yenilings for sule Kirictly urden ngili Hiul llfAll said nmsi die but nevertheless when good and sold in nuiuheis to suit pur- Us of 15 B B was pro- - chasers Six miles east of liichinoud f scars can now on I ho Speedwell pike - now been wc IT- D A COLYER HH twelve mo f T bead ami stioulders writes My ili- lertlary form of blond was n 185 MulesFor Mi PEERLSSE IN MAMC n QUALITY ANB IO onal Bank Call and see us before placing iee at Fan FIAVORJi CHPEARSON ytic t C2 BUKNAM A IIlME rty and country sto BALTIMOREMa