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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lls s Uk-- s- - J s tsjl s J V- - VA --V KOLUME III I S RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22 1890 Govt Report Aug 17 i o in QUESTION V -- J i1 GIBE CSn I oxooooxa miLiWjuiuumi t sifi rffe 3Sto fa V ii K K 8 gji i I Ti VswAi Deal NUMBER 32 Lacrcmmg Power 1889 CoRffressional Proffram i ml ATTORN EYH B Baking Powder JBIM IT ROUTE The Present Week Branches THE RACE Both AGAIN quitting at once his place lrt the state dr partment Not only is Walkers death an irreparable pVrsoual loss to his father who was greatly attached to him but in the discharge of his duties as secretary of staU Mr Blaine found his son an in NSS H H ESN Taken to the Joliet Penitentiary Dob ol Aosta Â¬ ABSOLUTES PURE r a Will Hi- - DronIit Up In the Senate Ky Mr Jiigalls Pontpoaed Speech HoOae Proceedings Other Waahinjrton Di- - patilo - ET birnam ir First Kk Bunium Iluiltling ATTORX1C1S AT LA ILI VAN A 1 TTOMKBr iMI - A T - IA W K11TUCKY - htctl j n Kip1 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Street W HR1GHT MJ 1 SI CI A X A XD S I IU EO X 1 RicimoMi Kurrii kv J In smiili rMliilma on Main in nMcrtMtpUsal and natLouNol tissues and tluiOh of lilt bom ftV 3- K C S HOLTOlf KiCHMOKD 13MU M Homeopithitniyticiia sad Sutfeao U KV over D M M W AMUNtiTux Jan 30 The feature of tlie prof eetlinffs of crmgreas which ttrill attrant most gtmctjl attention during the week ii tlie speech to la delivered KEHTUCKT neadatj tifternoon in the senate by Mr IuLcaiLs lie had proposed to deliver this GRASS 8x hi on the same day that Senator Butler addressed the senate oa the raa Shoicrt and Quickest Route from Cen- question the Kansas senator having chosen the same abject for his forensic tral Kcniuk UrAll Points Nortli effort East West and South west But in view of the fact that there wtis FAST LINE BETWEEN considerable uncertainty about tlie hoir when Senator Buller wjg to speak and lis Senator InjralLs desir d to be reasor ahlr Mire that he would liave time to Sihctiulr iu Kfffcl Nov ITtii ISSJ conclude his speech tin the same day t wai dei merl advisable to pistnone its 4 No No No li delivi ry t util bomm more oiport me HOITTH BOINO Fx Sun Daily 111 Kx It is now the intention of Sen- Â¬ ator InjraK lo speak Tuesday as soon is 810 am 800 pm E 35 pal tio iiioiniu business of the senate is ftncltiiiall Lvt- m 8119 ni 24 s p m concluded and be wll doubtless speak I ye am 07 rm 408 p m a in the a t to crowdctl palpries OM i IW tynil 1037 a ii u 507 p There are only two speeches fixed on All Paris 11 10 am 1023 P m 5 4 P m Arr hi 1T55 p m 63c p a the cUeniar of the coming week in thn si naie the see--l- i of Mr Inails and a Ite 5 45 pm A rr W lllflli 620 pm to Ite delivered Monday by Mr m Air itlcltttl ttlli 730 pm I aoo of Klirda on the views of th An I anciMer Mopoaed Federal eleetion control taken Air Slinfinl in th prcsitleuts message There will p Richmond Arr not unlikely be a renewal of the con- Â¬ Arr Livingston P troversy between Senator Call and Senator Plumb on the Florida swamp landt No 4 No bill Th del ate betwen them last No KORTAV BOUND Kx801 Kx Sun Daily week grew somewhat warm and Senator Ilumb made some charges against Lve I JViiigston Soo am the senator from Florida which he BrriH Lit Utcl nioitd 135 am very nnious to repudiate Acall for an am Arr 1145 executive session interfered materially Lvt- - am 700 with his reply and it is not unlikely tha Ivr I minister 4 am he will call the matter up again that he Air Itic lituoiel loroo a m may linisli bU remarks VC Ii lo m r On Art pm It Ls iiiilerstoovi tliat Senator Blair 75m Arr Ihnprotvis s at an ea ly day to call up the Ve laaillKtMI iduciitioiial bill so long beorc congress of pm juoam 3U5 S 2 p rr m 4 o Im Iv Im N and with which he has become so Ml hlM Mil m 4 44 i Jl idy identified There is an Ivr FalnuiiHi ni thoiiiu 412 p Arr tVvlllgtofl maonty in favor of the bll in 5 40 p in p id am p in Arr tlnriiiiirfi the senate and doubtless a majority in favor of ite panning in the house It wan MAYSVILLE URANCII defeated by indirtHtion in th last con l 11 No No press ind Senator Blair is auxioUs that MUTH BUIM Daily Dally lid be taken up it a early a day Ki Sun Kimii as pcmsible tlat every oportunity maj lve Cinciniall etjpn h ri en it to au thiojh both houses at L tovilKloll 244 pm tiii- - tsskn - pm 700 a m Ixinoii i he committee on trriiiries will re 800 am Iiii 7 am t pi i to the senate the bill for the admis t am t sion of Wyoming and Senator Ilatt will Joiiiawn 023 am 730 pm gve notice tliat it in hit intention to call Maymllle bkis am tnpn tii bill up for dtncosmion and passage at No 12 bill ai early day The formfor the organiza BOCTH EOCND Daily Dally of government tion of a tirp irary IX SllU Kx Sun in Oklahoma wi 1 lie reported favorably Lv5 MatsTillf 150 pm frnn the smnc committer and an effort JollhS1 57 will U made to brin ajout its passage Carlisle Die international MilliiNlmri 347 pm during the wee Arr IliiN pm 7411 a m 45 pm el lynglit iiil will be reported favorably I xlntMou 5 am 630 f bu it will not lie taken up for considera10 35 a m ri iii ton tion for some time lillillliMll 1045 a m ii the set r t session of the senate the No 4 fafatrea j rilpalon IfeBta Arrives first of the objected cases will lie taken lam Kxcept Sunday in Arrives up and disposed of during the coming Iiinuoi liiciiiiiii ilii p week tliat of Thomas J Morgan conis Kilninii iii i in Kxi pi Smttluy -- Leaver a in Falmoutb Arrives nnssioner of Indian affaira The nomi- Â¬ 1ninrmtl 7V a ni Kxeepl sumlav nation of Dr Dorchester superintendent TKaIN Nolls Ni inns dally la IicxtnKitu nd CiiH luiiili No i ruiisduy of Indian reboots will be taken up at the betweea Uiiirianali and lyxiugton time Both of them will doubtless Non 1 ami b in nk i inner ui ni Winche be i ontinn d ler for olniMin lln NN A M V If iii the in U e the Oklahoma bill is cerIMiORTANT Ti litis ol tins lln now ar rive mi mill tlepart fimu tiie ttiilrni I nion tain lo oct U iv at least one more day tiissrntei Station Cinelniiatl mtkltta probably Monday but other matters canli hi fH all Minls North last antl Uei I not lie given Mr sii h definite place li Tleltcis s ii Mini tracked McKinley will it he psea his chance call to any oini rciclnii by a raihoa Ioi fall particulars adilnjBi or call on any up for consideration th customs admin- Â¬ ftli- oinpaiiv or istration bill on whisii tha ways and j W I MUNsiN ii IACON hits submitted a favor Â¬ means Tim Aui Trn Eaasr Afit i LezitiKlotiKy able report There are only a few fea-tinin inn ill u s f Ii MUtMK tionl Imss a -- liiiclniiali of this bill that are not technical H K HlNl NUTON V Prea Ui n Vinnr to lie passed over by the house and these K KIAKU Kicliniouil Ky Aitl Uxuaial itlico liMoiliei ii iiiiiuierce liuild- - will la discussed and disptised of in short 1UK I UlCIUltULi order There is a chance that further discus homm ill ensue on the Slcott defalcation The ho ise will have to dispose of the mat er in some way and as lioth bills relaing to it have Beta ih fentel Mr nolmans proposition to divid the funds in the serjeant-at-arm- s safe tt mis a chance of licing fully dissected lenerml interest centers in the report of the majority aud minority of the committee- - tin rules It is said that there wll lie some opposition on the part ot a few licpohlicaiiK to the code that Mr Bead aSMOMdl to bring in The rarty loaders will lie well assured of tlie spirit of the Ilepiibieans before bringing in a report BUT A DOLLAR WILL BOY AM onTh suli eommittoe of the committee judiciarv many tliinus f t he U t quality at our reiairt on the has prepared a favorable commercial conventions liiniste a ut any oilier iiliitt in Ken bill and the lucky We nneil fully ask you ti call bankruptcyly report it tofull committee Â¬ wil pro a the house durand examine our slock tit ing the week The census committee will rexirt back the petitions of various boaris of trade and alliances asking an enumeration of farm mortgages with the opinion tliat the business included in it legislation on the census includes that can be covered Oar Anthracite Open Fronts allTie special committeeproperly on worlds fair is to time during the are tlioerftil ornamental ami oomiorta week lie appointed some that the commit It is collected tile We keen every style in tee will report a bill setting the time for the fir and the question of location will Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood be taken np lat r BLUE Â¬ valuable assistant who place it will be impossible to fill Mr Walker Blaine had the confidence of his father to a de Â¬ gree which naturally no one else could obtain and was thus able to relieve the secretary of state of a large amount of burdensome work which will now nece sarily fall upon him The IJallot liii Investigation Washington Jan 30 Governru Fof aker concluded his testimony before the ballot box committee Saturday bvint by Gen Grosvenr cross examined Wood was called to the s and told his story in a sensational way and was dis- Â¬ He missed without cross examination admittd that the forgery had been committed in the o fic2 of Mr Murray the patent folicitor for the ballot box company in Cincinnati by a Mr Milward and a young man by the name of Davis both men being in his employ and forg- Â¬ The ing the names at his instructions hearing then adjourned for the day Â¬ Â¬ Results in the Sunfilng Out Of Five Human lives Cough in Burke am OSullivan He Was Onco King of Spain Denied a New Trial But Abdicated the Throne Frightful Collision on the C D Railroad It Occurs Immediately HAD BEEN ILL BUT A FEW DAYS Pneumonia the Imuedlete Canii ml Death All tiie Theaters In the King dam loswd and Fcstlvitle Postponed 4 Other Korcisit 2 Amadeo Jan 30 Prirtct Duke if Aosta bMbel of the king and formerly kiiig of Spain died here at 7 He wits ronsclous at p m Saturday the moment of his death and I the popes baeasiag from Cardinal Alf moiiila The duke died of piieilmmfia and had been ill but a few days King Humberts physician came from Rome to attend him on Friday in Spring Groee Cemetery Near Cincinnati Five Persons Killed Three Darned in the Dehria of th Wreck An Operators Negllprenee Said to ilare Been the Canse Cincinnati Jan 20 Probably the most appalling accident in the history of FIRE LOSSES Lexington Cincinnati A rennayWanla Tillage AtninU Entirely Dratrujred Other L i 111 - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Times from Alto ma Pa says The business portion of the Tillage of Frugality fifteen miles nortli of this city was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning including a hotel Adams express office aud a store with contents were totally destroyed Mr and Mrs Walls sleeping in the hotel uad a narrow escape from being burned to death thetr bed being on fire when two miners coming from work discovered and rescued them with great diuiculty The hotel and store is owned by the the Frugality Coal and Coke company 9Q0OU and between l ioes estimated o00n0 partially covered by insurance A Villas Destroyed by Fire Jaspkr Ind Jan 30 The principal part of the busness portion of the town oi Fenlinand Du Bois county Indiana burntl Friday night Gohammamis store hotel and adjoining buildingo were 0 OJ0 light insurance Loss burned Â¬ Pittsbtru Jan 30 A special to The fire the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton occurred at Spring Grove cemetery about 7 oclock Friday evening Five persons lost their lives three being burned beyond recognition Two died after being removed to the hospital The Dead Those who lost their lives were James Staley baggageniaster of Day- Â¬ ton William Pbiintz plumliorof Carthage F W Witherlae conductor of To- Â¬ ledo t harles Kellar hardware merchant of Winton Place John Wilson insurince agent 327 Main street lived at Winton Place Injured But two men were serioudy injured They wet Engineer Coakley and Fire- Â¬ RIVER STEAMER SUNK 51 I i ii Â¬ Â¬ iim c Â¬ -- i Kobblaa ltunn Into Barge Abive Vlcksborr Vi Ksblkij Miss Jan 20 The steamboat Katie Bobbins bound for the Yazoo river was sunk last night near Haynes Bluff 35 miles alve VicksbUrg by col Â¬ lision with a Lwirge in tow of the steam boat Jade llarkins frcm Sunflower river Four of the Katie Bob for Yicksburg bins deck crew an missing and are un doubtedly drowned and the passengers including three ladies were aroused froei sli ep when the collision occurred and were rescuid without difficulty but The officers and crew lost their Itaggage clothing only saved The Kuits lajoks and papers were lost Clerk Phipps saved the money but had a narrow escape himself being awakened and dragged out by the night watchman The vessW and cargo will probably be a total loss Tlie Josi Harkins was unin- Â¬ jured but her barge was capsized and 5100 sacks of se d and thirty bales of cotton were dumped into the river Th9 collision resilte I from a misunderstanding of signal The Katie Robins was the lie t boat of ilie Yazoo and Tallahatchie TrarsHrlation couipanvsline She was valued at 10too The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itle tiir Â¬ REV DR TALMAGE Recounts the Pleasures of ITU Trip to the Â¬ 1 i lsr -- i iV- I Â¬ HARDWARE WE GIVE AWAY Nothing- STOVES and Coal Stoves of the Pakis Jan Brooklyn Tabernacle has quite recovered from the attack of influenza which seized him here and is in excellent health and spirits He was entertained at dinner Wednesdav night by Whitelaw Reid I am in Paris for the first Said he time since 18sr but never before during tht winter has Paris been so charming and I regret that I must sail so soon on the Aurania on the 25th to resume my I have returned from the most duties enjoyable trio of my lile I have been all over the Holy land and into parts of Italy Rome for instance which I bad not seen before although I have been abroad many times Every place in Palestine has great interest for me Just liefore 1 reached Bet lehem in Jerusalem I could not sleep I was as excited as a boy for it was the realizaI met an Ameri- Â¬ tion of a life dream can whoee name I have forgotten who asked me to baptize him in the rivet Jordan So one fine Sunday morning when the sun shone glonously bright we assembled together on the banks of the great river I was clad in the white robes of an Arab sheikh A small crowd of interested people were about me some of whom were Americans We sang together On Jordans Stormy Strand which my daughter had copied from a hymn book and distributed After this tlie rite of immersion My was performed and we disbanded trip was replete with Biblical interest and I feel doubly repaid for it Every book in the Bible seeuied to speak more I could the t in ibly Bible trace alleveryimportant journev historv in rtaeesin I made Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hstly linul Mr Talmage 20 man Darker of the Strong engine Both ore at Winton Place receiving medical attention Then injuries are not consid ered necessarily fatal Mow It Happened Accommodation train No 77 leaving ilendale at fctS standard time and due at Cincinnati at 710 arrived in Winton Pla e ten minutes behind time Shortly after it left Winton Place the immense Strong engine pulling the Mouon Chicago vestibule train came to sight An Operators Negligence Charles Brunson aged 17 living at is the operator at Car- Â¬ Oimminsville thage but he failed to notify the opera- Â¬ tor at Winton Place in time to put out the bok signal Away dashed the immense leviathan of motor power which is twice as large as the ordinary railroad iocomotive Just ns the ponderous engine was lend- Â¬ ing the curve at the Winton road bound ary of Spring irove cemetery Engineer Coakly haw the red lights of the accomHe put bis hands to the modation throttle but too late Like an avalanche the engine crashed into the rear of the slowly moving commuter train just aNmt KK yards from the east boundary line of Spring Cr rro The baggage car which was at the rear end of the accommodation was split almost in tw ain and the far end wan driven into the next coach A Funeral Pyre Tlie shattered car Btoves and lamps scattered their contents abiut the debris and the burning mass still forced for- Â¬ ward by the powerful momentum of the colliding engine until a spot was reached about 300 yards from the west boundary of the cemetery The wrecked cars were soon a mass of seething flames and efforts were at once made by passengers on the vestibule and front coach of the accommodation to liberate tlie imprisioned oceupants of burning cars Soon the clatter of the fire engines and patrol wagons were heard off for the fire of cremation that lighted up Spring Grove avenue in Cumminsv ille It is estimated now that the ill fated commuter had on board thirty passengers Ol that number three were re moved dead charred and horribly dis- Â¬ figured Thev were John Wilson 40 Charles Killer 3 and Conductor With erbee Their bodies were at once re moved to the morgue Debris Carefully Removed Tlie three coaches of the accoinnirxla tion train were completely consumed by the flames Aside from a broken smoke- Â¬ stack and demolished coweateher the Strong engine was uninjured Not a vestige of the wreck save the blackened telegraph poles on either side of the track charred to their very tit was left as evidence of the horrible holo Â¬ caust by Saturday morning All tin debris had bean removed by officials who are close mouthed both as to the cause of the accident and the full extent of the results Brunson Denies Responsibility Charlie Brunson the boy operator in charge of the Carthage office five month was seen at his home in Cum He says the responsibility minsville for the collision does not rest with him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BLAST FURNACE ACCIDENT One Man Killed and Poor Injured by Kxploeion of Molten Metal Chicago Jan 20 Blast furnace No Â¬ MURDERED BY HER LOVER iii n tl1 lo KOl Ttftet 01 r Krisrlifs iv BtMaaa Hum opaline medicine to Mourx Spciul Mtleiillon lil women hum hii uiiii- - trrnlol at ilis- 11 St 4 flit U JUS JtNMNtirf KiciiMONu - UIBSON - Pbysiciaw and Surgesna Tinware haar w IIV w OUR STOCK OF v Cutlery is ii e Complete Kentuckv tirliet Main fcireet over Aallaec 4 IUcei Una attire aJJ ETAriaTzTPH VSICIAX AND SURGEON KltilMUMI - - We are sole HUellls for the Bit iNJtN untl all oilier noalsof iheUale Manufactiiriiit uniiaiiy alo for Par lin Si Diendr HCiiltiviiiors fclTTia Ufliir a Secialtyi8g fall ant see us before buying elue bere 24- Kentlckv liurnan 18- BRECK FITZPATRICK Main St Richmond Ky JAI WB Jan i0 Orlow Chap- Â¬ man soiiriivr general of the department of irslice died here yst rdav of cat rr iI affeclijn of the kiineys in his li i ar Mr thapmin was attaoketl vt ith the grip two we k aT and this alti mgii nut severe aggravated an old affection of the kidn a and Id to his His condition was not regarded tenth by his physician as at all serious untU last Friday evening He fade rapidly from that time and died yesterday morning at 6 oclock Brief funeral services will be held here this af- Â¬ ternoon andto nijht his remains will bo taken to his home in Binghampton Ni Y where his funeral and burial will take place probably ou Wenesday 1 Wasiiinoton Duth of Urluw Chapman Saturday O U0lc aianll iiuilUing up stair - LYMAN CtSMSIiHAH K J M BLACK Hew Itivsry and Sale Stalile Â¬ oclock Saturday Missouri introduced a bill wot lis fair at St Louis the siatnal commi at 1 Wauinotox Jui Houe Proceed 30 I nar Tlie house met Mr Frank of loatng the Referred to rmitting the resolution was committee invastigtun the ballot-box We have erected a new aud commo forgery tti sit during the sessions dious Livery ami Sale Stable corner of of the house Mr Morgan of Mississippi offered a 3rd and Irvine sneets Richmond Ky resolution authorizing George E Adams aud ask Hie public In give us a trial the special Silcott Plumbing c avs aal Stcas Pittiag HORSES HITCHED OR FED chairman of the claims of privatecommit- Â¬Â¬ depositee to pay tors out of the money withdrawn by SilÂ¬ Move 1 rouble on the Maekey Lines AT BKAsONABLEnATICS Saddle cott from the National Metropolitan All Pump Repairing a Rpeclallv Terre Haute Ind Jan 90 When bornes bor es ui buggies hired at low bank Referrel Works kin Is ol iinips kept at W H Dean a freight conductor was Mr Kerr of Pennsylvania intro Rn liiuoiiii leave orders ai L iiaia rales 15 a train on Mackeys EvansviUe and rAnUisii n widiuiiam ie dnced a bill to reft r questions of law in fiven Haute road Friday the brakemen r W O Whites Drug Store Mills relation to the cases of members grow- Â¬ refused to go with him In the recent A4 VI ing out of the defalcation of Silcott to settlement of the strike on this road the the court of claims Referred strikers asked for the discbarge of Dean The house then went into committee THOMAS B AYltES It has been claimed that this wra granted on the Oklahoma town site of the whole luvs not been at work since A adopted is Dean bill and after a long discussion te and General Real xmimittee went to Erausville to ask for an amendment prohibiting United States an explanation of Maekey It is not un- Â¬ AT TH- Emarshals deputies or agents from acCollecting- Agency likely that the freight conductors will quiring titles to lots in Oklahoma town ill be out again Deans offens was in tc th sae Fending further action the com offering to take out a train during the the mittee closed and the house adjourned istrike WITH A Blaine to Retire From the Cablaat- Object to Handsome Barber -- Shop and Washinoton Jan SO The Herald Habtford Coona Redaction Tlie en Jan 20 revives the story about Secretary Blaines irineers and firemen of the express trains First - Class Barbers It says the belief that Mr iietween Hartford and Campbell Hall resignation Blaiues resignation as secretary of state on the Central New England aud West refused to receive their pay Perfect ealisfaclion given to every is iinjiending has become very strong 40 Wiuuin s Block Cincinnati O sne Special alteiition given to ladies within tbe past few days and after re Â¬ era radway cnvelojies Saturday night because their from time to vages had been Ts duced without their Also lo my country peating the rumors current and children time of the strained relations between Icnowledge They say they wdl leave friends ati refer lo btiildittKa succrH fiilly the president and the secretary of state the road unless the old rateinr8 for enI have moveil my altop over to the gineers and 1 for firemen for the round M erectetl in Riehtaai Hotel and I hope all il come to see adds There will be no gen- The death of his son Walker it is I rip is restored Y especi fully Sering Winchesler aud OwiiUfsville vill simply believed will furnish an additional and 20- C5 JOEL W MACKEY ti Btronz rejson to Mr Blaine tor leat anil 96K oi PHVSICIAX AND SURGEON ilbii liui k Kv On motion of Mr tftr adopted p of Illinois a m Mccarty Mystery or tbe Big Horn llaaln Cleared by a Ghastly Revelation CHEVENNEWy T Jan 30 In August last Kiln a Wilson a pretty girl 18 years old living in the Big Horn basin left her mothers home on horseback to visit a neighbors Her way was across a ford of tlie Big Horn river She failed to reach her nestination and it was believed she had been swept away by the rapid current of the river and Although the river was drowned searched for mdes below the body could not be found About a week after her disappearance J McOombs a promiaect young stock man of the basin left the region As he was the girls lover and was paying his attention against her mothers wish it was current gossip that Edna had ridden to som rendezvous where MoComis had joined her and the couple had eloped MCombs however returned and denied the elopement story He sold his ranch and left the country for good On Monday last D L Euos the pur Â¬ chaser of McCombs ranch discovered tiie body of the girl buried in the earthen floor cf a deserted hunters cabin in an unfrequented part of the ranch Coyotes had partialy exhumed the body and stripped tbe flesh from the bones The head showed marks of a bullet bole McCombs is believed to have been the murderer and tbe people of the basin at once raised money to employ detectives to run him down A Â¬ in operation at the Illinois Steel companys works at south Chicago exploded Friday afternoon shortly before 5 oclock resulting in the death of one man and the serious injury of four others Edward Johnson 50 years old was terribly- - burned externally and bad ly injured internally He was placed in a patrol wagon but died while on the way to ids home John Johnson son of Edward Johnson Frank Brink Joseph 4 Â¬ Leonard and Joseph Christian were bad Â¬ ly burned abou the head and body Many others were scalded by the molten metal but their injuries are not serious The accident was caused by water com- Â¬ ing into contact with the hot iron W H Dean a freight conductor was a train on fiven Haute roadMackeys Evansville and Friday the brakemen refused to go with him In the recent settlement of the strike on this road the strikers asked for the discharge of Dean It has been claimed that this was granted as Dean has not been at work sin Â¬ More Trouble on the Maekey Lines TerrkHavte Ind Jan 20 When committee went to Evansville to ask for an explanation of Maekey It is not unlikely that the freight conductors will all he out again Deans offense was in offering to take out a train during the strike Druik unite Acid BiFFAiXJ N Y Est J W MACKEY j - GrLlPffE03r Â¬ CRAPSEY BROWN Aroltitccts Â¬ Feirby a German shoemaker aged 74 vean living with his daughter Mrs Myers a widow and her daughter at No 47 Cypress street Sunday morning becoming despondent proposed to his daughter that they end all their trouble by poisoning them- Â¬ selves anl Feirby having some oxalic acid in the house drugget the coffee and all drank it the child being the only one ignorant of what she was doing Feirby is said to be a slave to liquor and has a terrible temper His chances for The womans etise reoov ery are small pparently the most serious All are watched closely and if jiossible a state Â¬ ment will be gotten out of some of them It is thought that the little girl will re- Â¬ cover An Immense Funeral San FitAMisco Jan 20 Advices per steamship Mariposa state that the funer- Â¬ al of Searle the oarsman at Svdnev 14 was witnessed by fully 170000 mayor and jcoie The of me abets alderman and of parliament a tcYut i n in tie procession which was one of the largest ever seen in Australia A monument is to be erected in Searles memory Killed His ItrotltiT-in-LaNew Oklfans Jan 20 The Pica- Â¬ yunes Alexandria La special says News reached here by wire at a Lte hour last night that Mr A H Butliy living near Moreland Station has killed No B M Hayes his brother-in-laparti ulrs have vet been received The deceased and Mrs Butler are grand u of the lata Governor Thomas O 1- Jan 30 Frank Likely to Remain There for the Re Â¬ mainder of Their Lives They All Plead Innocence Kunze Held Bark to Be tilen Another Chance Before the Court Kd 3Iay Be Reletseiii Chicaho Jan 16 Judge McConneli Tuesday afternoon granted the applica tion of Kunze for a new trial but denied the motion as to Coughlin Burke and OSullivan Ihe prisoners were taken back to jail hut a minute later Kurize was brought lack at th request of his counsel Mr Donohoe who wanted to make a motion to admit him to bail Judge Longenecker opposed it and then wanted the bail put at 80000 but Judge McConneli fixed it a 35000 Kunae May Yet Go Free He would have discharged him he said if there were no new evidence against bint but the state attorney had informed htm there was some Judgtl Longenecker intimated that if they let Kunze stay in jail a few days he might conclude not to bring him to trial at all but let him go He promised to let the court and counsel know this wek and accordingly no effort will la- made to get Kunze out on bail in the meantime What the Prisoners Said When Judge McConnt 11 asked if the prisoners had anything to say there was a moments suspense and then Dan Coughlin row and sail in firm distinct Your honor I am imiicent I tones was convicted by perjurers Isuilli aiis turn came next and his voice trembled slightly as he said I v in have not much to say I prolot noccnce before God and man and the time is not far distant when it will lie I was convicted by a preju- Â¬ fhown diced juiv and perjured evidence I do 1 ask for justice of ask for mercy I have not had justice Burke stopped chewing gum long enough to cay lam innocent I al waya knew that in England they allow perjurers to go on the stand and convict innocent men but I never knew it was done in America A moments silence followed and then Will the prisoners the court said rise The three men arose again and the court imposed sentence in thefolloyv ing words FosUowingand confirming the verdict of the jury- - the judgment of taken to the the court it that you penitentiary at Ji lift and there confined for the term of your natural lives Coughlin and Burke hi ard the words without losing command of their feel ings but OSulhvanl lips quivered and his face had a worn pinched expression The defense was granted sixty days to file a bill of exceptions It was an nounced that Lawyers Forrest Donahoe and Wing had been retained to take the case to the supreme court in the March term Suit II hind Prison Walls Sheriff Mat on succeeded in getting the Cronm prisoners safely away lo Juliet Tuesday night and they are now in the penitentiary where their natural lives are to lie spent The sheriff at one time thought lie would keep tie lanced men in jail a day or two in order to permit them to say farewell to their friends and concluding business arrange ments with the outside world but Changed his mind after the adjournment of court and thought it best to put them through at once It was good deal of a shock to the prisoners when told they must leave the jail at once This was about half an lour before train time but thev did not were demur Hurried preparations made and about a quarter to 9 oclock Sheriff Matson notified the prisoners that they must start The three were handcuffed together Burke in the center and led out into the street where a carriage awaited them Into tlvs they were bundled their companions being Officers Bell and Height while in a car r following were Sheriff Matson and Deputies Deeelle Grosse and Spears ihuettler and Officer Collins the latter being the ope who brought Burke from Winnipeg kept pace with the prisoners carriage in a buggy Arriving at the Canal street depot the men were assisted from the carriage and hurried to the Alton train which was about ready to start The prisoners and guards set in the smoking car surrounded by newspaper men and seemed willing enough to talk loushllns Wish I wish I could write the story for the pajx rs sid Dan Coughlin in response to an inquiry as to when he would be willing to tell all al oit the ease I will put it down asyou say it vcas Suggested No he answered with a smile I am no good at talking Although Coughlin had no opportunity to say good by to his wife he was reasonably cheerful Patrick OSullivan the ice man was depressed and would not talk while Burke seemed relieved to get out of the This i nt quite as lively a time as jail I had when I was coming from Winnipeg he said as he puffed his cigar but its better than staying in jail all the time and not getting out at all Very Quiet About It Tlie arrangements for the departure had len made so secretly that no one Outside of the newspaper reporters knew Conse- anvthinsr about it whatever ouentlv none of the prisoners friends saw them off I hope tlie newspapers will let us they wailed OSullivan alone now helped to convict us We clidn t have any fair trial at all He wouldnt say more and tlie train soon started The three men gazed long antl earnestly through the windows into the darkness to catch a glimise of what they would never see again but not a look or action betrayed wliat was passing in their minds When the city limits were reached the three settled back into their seats and smoked silently with the exception of a remark now a w1 lnn until firT- - TV1I0O Hia tant was reached Here they were re- Â¬ ceived by the warden and his assistants put through the usual and formula as Â¬ sisted to ccILs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ good-natur-ed- iy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We will for the next Sixty Days offer at greatly reduced rates our entire stoekof Ti DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IX ORDEB TO MAKE BOOH FOB Spring1 Goods DRESS GOODS nl TI1K STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY BLBGAiTI UNI OT I Jot It FJlaeli JKiincv AISO A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF rmnccEss I iititia EONAIARTE tieaers DvTKF 01 AOSTl All the in the kingdom are closed and state festivitiet discontinued The Duke of Aosta was 43 years old He was King of Spam from Dee 4 1S70 until Feb 11 187i v hen he ablicated The life of the Duke of Aosta was pro longed for some hours bv the inhalation of oxygen 1 he p ipe Que n Vict iria the Emperor William and the Spanish queen regent have sent telegrams f sympathy to the Duchess of Ao Piusidiiul Cam t bat anal to King Humbert by a special envoy M Brey his condolences on the death of the ert Duke of Aosta M Bruveres will abo e at th dukes funeral in pla e of M Manani the Ranch ambas Â¬ sador who is ill with la grippe The funeral occurs Wednesdiy King Humbert telegraphs to Minister Crispi at Horn that the bet words of the Duke of Aosta were devoted to Italy aud her army The duke regmttea dying so early only because he would be prevented from serving his country tiie duke said he When the king ani had allowed himself to be tortured by k nt alive Untd remedies in order to he could die in his br t ler s anus I NOTIONS Ham bergs Laces Gloves Handkerchiefs Towels Table Line NAPKINS OI 1 WHITE GOODS V ERY A -- J I1 V1 fI ETY BED BLANKETS AND COMFOETS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents 20 The Rus numerous arti cles charging Austria with oppressing the Servian residents of Beisnia There can hardly be a doubt that these utter ances are inspired anil their appearance indicates tliat Russia is stiH determined jithe Pan Sli is agilatiini alive thus precluding any improvement of her relations with Austria sian St Tlllt It III Jan n wsparers contain Kussla still Dstc nliied Â¬ The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On account of the warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give you any size tSJL BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of from Lisbon states tht crowds of people as Â¬ sembled in the si reets Friday night and Viva lortugal and Down shouted with England similar seenes were en Â¬ acted in the provincial towns Portugal Kxpect Help Prom the Powers IjOvdon Jan 20 The Portuguese government anticipates a favorable re- lv to tonoteto the powers asking their intervention in the dispute between Portugal and Kreat Britain concerning territory in Africa Iont v Down With England I Jan J0 A dispatch Towels Table Linens and Napkins r to make the ill at Which are always Staple we will aNo reduce in cut ctitniilelo fTasT This beinj the time tat the vlvi c you to 3 and Cottun Goods W5 would once and examine the stock In order that no CASH HOUSE can have any adv a us we will give per cent olT ot the CD T KATE for CASH 15 Knglands Channel Squadron London Jan 20 Important changes are pending in the composition of the The Best will be put channel s madron on a more effectiv footing in view of the general uneasiness among the nations th mgli no immediate trouble is Â¬ gmV We have just received a lieautiful line ot WALL PAPER which is cheaper than ever sold in Ivichmoiid before I DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS hinted at Km la Pasha Growing Worse scull and partial paralysis of the tonguo has intervened Heavy Gales in the Kngllsh Channel Limn Jan 3D A heavy gale preÂ¬ vailed in the channel last night and several casualties to shipping are reÂ¬ ported Zanzibar Jan ML An abeeai has ap peared on the exterior of Emn lashas Â¬ no- - RODESDALE THE RODESDALE ADDITION Id NOW ON THE MARKET NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOlLE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS ID I MSI er of deaths in this city during the twenty four hours was 110 two less than the amber repotted for the proceeding r toar hours Thiity of the deaths were from pnumonia and 111 from in- i complicated with other diseases N - Yi Deith in k laa New York 20 The numl I Weather Indication Rain winds siiftm to westerly colder Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet on followiua terms Twenty fire Dollsrs cash balano In Inalall Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G WMsaffeana tary of the Richmond B A L CorpuriMon w ho will reieiit for the money No interest will be charged on Ire purchase- - money until after the expiration of 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 r cent will be ch triged on I lie pur chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and iay for u gotal lot at a small price on easy term without interest and tree ol city tax Any young msn in Richmond can boy Mie or more of iheae ht8 and pay lor it In the very near tuture this property will lie woilh without feeling the burden inurb more tlntit it is now selling at The city Is rapidly extending in that diFor further information rail rection and will itii iiiitl l v absorb Rotlextlale on W G- - White E W Wiooissor Stkpiien D Parkish Richmond Ky PRICES CURRENT Uevletr of the Money blocks and Cattle Quotations for Jan 18 Money ou call was easy and closed ofTci Currency sixi s lit bi and o per cent 104 bid fours lJo bid In thi stock market this morning the They il Trusts were the featuros anil were actively sold throughout antl declined Tiiu first named fell and the sharply latter i par esut and clcwd at the lowest the railroad stocks Caruvla Southern Beading Ijuckawanna Cleveland j nuiils of Will be soli V on Cincinnati Chicago aid St Louis and Rock ut most of the speculative interest au a the whol v however was ex Â¬ Tht U i 5 shares changing feeding it hands ap to the cSOan The fluctuations were freqiisut but tiiht and at the cioso were very little aangsl from those of yes terday the market closing barely stendy tivorable showing Tha bank statement i an increase of lGSsti3 m the reserves 04 30V Mich Cent Atchison f Y Central IW KtiW CB Q 101 71 Northwestern it I Ohio 8c Miss lf Hud Dol FaoMc Mail W DL sty -Rock Island Erie 104V St Paul Lake Shore IB Western Union 84 N L i 48- - A -- 1 RUFF O CAUTION bottom aeawl price If the deaUer onset nciaarj asasaaSB S3sW s3 CCC 1 SSZ IC V aWSSs ulCsJJBEr XVsrot YrsmAy -- - s r -- Mr m Qua 3 Wheat blood com and clothing dium couLu merino X and XX HaY Wood Uuwasho wafiiL 738c Cincinnati 1 sag Una merino lS819c rK brii i is oca washed s medium ckyth- - telaino m fine Cronln Attorney Declines Insane New Orleans Jan 20 Tha Times Democrats San Antonio Tex special sas that one of Judge Longeneckers assistants in the Croatia trial at Chicago was brought to the Santaroa hospital The last night in an insane condition man is possessed of the hallucination is after him with that the knives dripping with blood He be Â¬ st i vie at at times that it was found necessary to place hin in a straight jacket The name of the ma Â¬ niac cannot lie learned though it is known that one of the Ooain prosecu iiiing from Dallas yesterday and went stark mad on the train He had left Chicago to go south for his Clan-na-Ua- f500o 40O Choice til prairie brings i UM ioO at 11501200 straw X Oood to choi j butchers 3VM aion 125e20U fair Stoehcts and feeders 350tti 7a s Selected butchers and heavy shipping s fair to eootl packing Si 70 common and rough lacking tSn t Sti5 fair to good light totjog375 pigs i7r Cattlk Â¬ UTCIIUEIJEVEUI W L DOUGLAS FOR 3 SHOE CENTLEMEN ami Grata and DEALER IN JTttasB CalT Heavy r Wawftaf BTUOf T Creas sueep Lambs aooc v 7a sH OUsHjO Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and 8pecial in the world Examine ale GENIINE H NlvsKy ii silim mtiiLSKwrn wriT sHOEs I aa sn itu BS50 EXTRA 1 I II 1 t Il s miis WORK health uk irt Mhneaota Takes Hers Straight St Paul Minn Jan 20 The grand lodge of Minnesota A F and A M by an overwhelming vote condemned that branch of the Scotish Rite known as Cernfauism and hereafter Minnesota and the like New York Pennsylvania Other states of the southern jurisdiction nothing but in general will have straight Masonry The Ohio Wool Growers assoc u Columbus Tuesday adopted resolutions de Â¬ manding protection for tbe wool industry sad issued an address to the people uf tbe United States CATTUt Prime Ji40t44ft0 good 3900 425 mixed lots cows ui heifers fAtMll S00 fresh cows Hogs All grades I0u3a0 light bogs selling best 5 20ft good SlIEKP Prime SO common 1200 or to good lambs f4WV 1 Pittsburg Plaled ware etc attention given to 3 f 1 jS FSTTINQ DIAMONDS Beet W I Dona la ai7 HOE for aiwnrn Material Beet Style Btt BssjekSoa Maes 2 SHOES utfiSs SosS at JACK FREEMAN aS Cattle 30C Bhkxp Lambs Light V heavy 3704t Chicago AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES mixad 57t 4l cowt bulls and mixed 51239 stccxers and feeders 235j iU5 tiOOXft 5 Extra haeres tv4rtOvaiV steers REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner is Please Read The Singer Manufacturing Company building m machine with Hand Attachment and Portable specially invalids travelers Ac to adapted cost S23 cash Any one wish oiaohlne ol ibis type will please leave order at tlie ofBae 13 F 001 50 per 100 lbs New York a red winter Wheat--N- o S7c Feb-- fr Mixed 38c Cash Paid for Old Sold aad niixed 36c Silytr Oats WUEAT Not 2 February Toledo Cash 81c 5 May 83ftc Dont lorget tbe place lo the Post office Kiel at 30- nest duur - P H It is sold Kept IU atoQKt an jr Pr tsh OWt m THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing n f Grocer says the average character of It is said that shortly before his supply has not leeii what it should death Mr Henry W Grady who have been due no doubt to the disas Â¬ had been inclined to sustain pro- foi iparison Between Aadersonville and ters which overtook the industry in FRENCH TIPTON Editor tection worte a letter to Mr Wat Northern War Prisons Maryland tuJ the Middle States terson of the Louisville Courier Lack of high grade goods in the line rriURHEl KYUY WCIIKB8DAY IT Oueof the last essays from the peu Journal announcing that he had of Hon Jeltersou Davis was ou Ander may always be looRed for when the Co concluded to advocate tariff reconditions are not favorable to producsouvilie and other War Prisons It form The Philadelphia Ameri- was writteu last summer for the North Wm GWhite Chas S Powell tion iu this section of the country can notes this statement and says Ameiicau Review bu In consequence Where in the first place the tomato PRICK PKR YEAR flSO that Presuming tlie story true it of what Mr Davis characteiized as the grows to perfection and in the second emphasizes what has been lately mutilation of bis reply to Lord Wolse place where the experience of many OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Wednesday - - January 23 1890 apparent that the Southern sen- ley by the editor of the Review he years has contributed skill to the pack timent in favor of the tariff is less withdrew it from that periodical and iug industry in all its branches outspoken than it appeared to be gave it to Belfords Magazine in the The conifers or cone bearing trees are divided into throa families Tho a couple of years ago There may January number of which the first part pines the cypresses and the yews Of be as many friends to protection of it appeals the pines the most common are the and Tennes in ieorgia Alabama The facts given by Davis are divided MB COV NTY JIIK1E white pine the yellow or pitch pino and see as there were but if 60 they into three groups The first group are JOHN C CHENAULT the red pine These can be readily dis Nor designed to show while no attempt is nive fewer signs ot the fact tinguished from each other by noticing is it in the South alone that the made to deny the existence of great that the white pine has its leaves in clus FOK COIXTY CKEKK ters of five the yellow in clusters of Philadelphia advocate of protec- and needless sufferings yet that they L V HILL three and the red in clusters of two tion finds the outlook discouraging were not owing to any fault of the Con Â¬ The while pines form symmetrical and contrary to The American proceeds to make federate authorities and IV ATTORNEY graceful trees to which the yellow in we the common belief at the North neith As this frank confession J A tslLLIVAS this latitude with its scraggy branches OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO look at now it seems to us that er the sulleriug nor the mortality and yellowish green foliage is an un- Â¬ pleasant and striking contrast Tho while the contest over the tariff is among the Federal captured soldiers in KR SHERIFF cones of these trees do not ripen till the J V HALES sure to be renewed two yesrs hence Confederate prisons was so great as year after blossoming and this is a dis- Â¬ as ever the present ad the sufferings aud mortality among as hotly tinguishing feature between these true Confederate prisouers in Federal prisroB JAILER ministration has weakened the pines and the other memliers of the pine ons The article says WAG JOHN F protectionist lines and given re family the spruces firs and larches must be conceded that the North It entire newed hope to their opponents The spruces have their leaves four sided are more generally healthy ern The American farmer although he and arranged around the stem instead riU ASSESSOR With the Republican organization thanStates the Southern Then with equal cultivates the most ferti e soil in the af being in clusters as in the pines The JOELT EMBRY confused and disheartened and means aud care iu providing for the world and ought to be most prosperous soues are very graceful being suspended ihe protection Democrats effaced pri oners it follows that the rate of member of the community is cou near the end of the branches and formFOBSriEKIXTEXPENT SCHOOLS look mortality should have been as the saluthe result in 1894 does not stantly engaged in a hard struggle to ing a pleasing contrast to the green of 1MB A T MILLION New brity of attractive at this distance the country It may be pre secure a comfortable support for his the foliage The Norway spruce though a native York Evening Post sumed that all were on duty when family and a moderate education for SIKVEYOR here as to de- Â¬ captured and the average of the woun- his children and to pay his taxes and of Europe is so common New England J A U WILLIAMSON serve a place among our FOR COMullESS ded among the prisouers about the keep out of debt This is all he cau trees and from the time of its bright same therefore that all were in a con reasouably hope to accomplish In a red blossoms in the spring during the FOR COROWKR A Washingou City correspondent dition to be benefitted by rest and prop Â¬ large majority of cases he fails even to growth of its cones which are purple at B DID MILLER lias interviewed the Kentucky Coner treatment iu a favorable locality do this aud soouer or later is compelled first but change to a rich brown till gressmen in regard to their being can What was the result According to to sell or mortgage his land and reduce blossoms come again forms a most at- Â¬ EIntitg Firxt M4ay - Atpist MM From Ma M the reports of the United States War his expenditures to the lowest possible tractive sight The hemlock or hemlock didates for re election inspruce port we take the following Department the relative numbers of figure He has a paternal government stead of has small cones the leaves GUI KT DIKLCTORY being arranged around the stems Mr Carlisle will of course be re- prisoners aud deaths were iu round which has determined that certain spread in two directions and are a bright nominated without opKition and it iy numbers i sstCsflT I III RT classes of industry ought to be main- Â¬ green above with a silvery white be Third Monday in March and Septem- doubted whether the Republicans will United States prisoners held by tained at the public expense and for neath This grows to be a large tree 270000 thirty years he has beeu taxed for the Confederacy throw any obstacle in his way this ber their but is often cut back and used as an or Â¬ Confederate prisouers held by Judge J R Morton time namental shrub and cared for in this 220000 support and now after these favored way is one of the most graceful of the United States Commonwealths Attorney Chat J Hon W C P Breckinridge says I uitett States prisoners died in Bronindustries have become rich and pow- spruces The iirs are distinguished from The matter has not been broached iu 22000 erful they combine and confederate Confederate hands er iiie spruces in tliat they have their cones my district but I take it for granted Confederal States prisouers diinmisbioner J R Burnam syndicates erect on the upper side of the branches ed iu United Slates hands 20000 under the names ot trust COMMON I LEAs COURT that I will be a candidate From this it appears that the Con- Â¬ aud pools and dictate the terms upon instead of pendulous The only repre- Â¬ Hon James B McCreary lias already nd Monday in January and June which the people may procure the nec Â¬ sentative in New Kngland is the balsam thiid Monday in October been called upon from every county iu federates with an excess of 50000 pris fir which is quite common among the essaries of life and carry ou their busi - T J Scott his district to make the race again aud oners had 4000 fewer deaths This ness under our system ol taxation the mountains Clc k W H Miller The last niemlier of the pine family is he said last night that he was willing should not have beeu the case if the missioner S E Scott farmer is almost without the semblance the larch The larch is distinguished No man has ever had a more enthusi- means of providing for them hud beeu ttLARTERLY OOUstT of power to protect his own interests from all other conifers by its shedding equal but in evtry material respect onday in January April July astic and solid following among his He cannot control the prices of the its leaves in the fall and is also marked constituents than the gentleman from in food in clothing in shelter in medand ctober products he sells iu the markets of his by the bright red flowers which it bears icine in surgical instruments and all Lexingtou Press old Madison COtNTV COl RT in ihe early spring The only native which free commerce contributes the own country because tie demand is First Monday in every month not equal to the supply ind he must larch is tho American larch or tamaA CLOSE ELECTION North had greatly the advautage Only RT Jl CLAIMS rack but the European larch is found oue element remaius to account for the take what he can get and he cannot here quite extensively and is a hand- Â¬ Second Monday in Julv control the prices of tire articles he somer and more graceful tree than the The contest iu the caucus of the Leg difference care for the defeuseless VTY OFFK FRh islatare for State Librarian was a re- and this in the depths of our destitu- buys here but must pay whatever is native variety ihn C Chenault 1 nomas Thorpe The cypress family includes the arbor markable one and is thus described tion never ceased as the world will a ked because they are protected by A Horner I A Sullivan Promptly at 3 oclock chairman of appreciate whenever impartial history tariff laws against the competition of vita the cypress and the juniper The readily J W Bales the caucus D H Smith rapped for shall render the justice which contem- everybody who wants to sell them low- arbor vita is scaie likedistinguished by jailor J W Maupin appressed leaves arranged showed 102 porary prejudice and passion have de er Nor can he control the prices of his thefour rows on order and a roll call jner B D Miller the two edged branch products in the markets abroad where in Q r Crooke members present iu person aud 12 by nied lets The American variety is often on proxy Mr Davis briefly reviews the differ he sells what his home market will not called white cedar but the name more Schools Mrs The first ballot resulted as follows ent and earnest efforts he made to ex take because there he is compelled to properly belongs to a variety of cypress A T Million closely resembling arbor vita but hav Mrs Fish IS Mrs Day 17 Ed Torter change prisouers and even to permit compete under many d sadvantages I 1TY COl NCIL Thompson 17 Miss Carrico 16 Miss the medicines needed to treat Federal with similar products from all parts of ing a more slender spray finer Mayor J S Coll First Ward J J Brooks Taylor 10 Miss Bartlett 17 aud Mrs prisoners to be introduced solely for the world If he attempts to escape and growing thirty to seventy feet high while the arbor vitae ranges from twenty nd Ward Sam K Thompson IS their use and in charge of Federal extortion at home by purchasing what to fifty feet V B Smith Inder the rule Mrs Thompson was agents who should distribute them and he wants in the cheap markets abroad I W Caperton We have two varieties of the juniper where he sells his surplus his own gov- Â¬ one known as tho dropped aud the second ballot resulted he tells how every otter was rejected leaf juniper and the other of meeting Firt1 Tuesday night as follows Miss Carrico 2 Mrs even the petition of a committee of ernment arrests him at the custom as red cedar Both have a berry like rj month Day aud Fish Misses Bartlett and Audersouville prisouers who were pa house and fines him from 30 to 100 per fruit in color black covered with a I ITT COCRT Taylor and E Porter Thompson each roled to go to Washington to present cent upon the value of his goods and white bloom the juniper has awl shaped C Rice receiving lj votes their complaints at the request of the this he must pay before he is allowed to leaves arranged in threes large fruit S Mobcrley sell or even to use the articles he has and is found quite commonly as a low Under the rule no one could he prisoners themselves uai J I Feeney bought with the proceeds of his own shrub The red cedar has small scale art First Saturday dropHd but the name of Miss Bartlett like leaves small fruit and in the east is JOHN J CARLISLE OX THE TARIFF labor And what makes the matter found as a shrub but in the west reaches in ew ry month lor civil busir was withdrawn and the ballot resulted Walker worse is the fact that the government from 60 to 90 fatA in height and furMrs Day 29 E Porter as follows The leading article iu the January ector J L Baxter Thoinpsou 2o Carrico 23 Mrs Fish 22 number of the Forum is on The Tariff does not need this fine but imp nishes very durable wood of a reddish upon the importer and tie importers color Miss Taylor 1G Mian Bartlett 1 and the Farmer by John Q Cai lisle Finley has been The yew has its nut like seed sur Â¬ Miss lartletts name having been customers because they are supiiosed to eOaapelad to return home on ac- withdrawn ami Miss Taylor receiving ex Speaker of the House of Represen be competing with some tidividual or rounded by a disk cup shajied around tatives As everything written on the Local Produce Markets count of bad health the next lowest number of votes her engaged in making Ihe its base which becomes bright red and siitj ct by Mr Carlisle must be of pub corporation berry like In the United States it is BY COVINGTON WEEKLY name was dropped and the fourth bal CORRECTFl sumo kind of goods in this country only found as a straggling bush but in ARNOLD A BRO GROCERS MAIN Walker liaine son of Secretary lot resulted is follows Mrs Day SI lic mtt rest we reproduce in a eomltns other countries grows to be a large tree ed fonu STREET RICHMOND KY Blame died of E Porter Tl ompson 3U Mrs Fish 28 ought to behis itviews of whut a tarill CONCERNING FARMERS The conifers are the most useful trees if were framed more iu Richmond Ky Jan 14 1890 last aud Miss Carrico 27 n Washington Â¬ to man They are found in a great variButcher 2jf7 jjfe With Misj Carricos name dropped the interest of the whole people than In Mercer county 140 lambs sold at ety of latitudes are about ten times as Beef Catlle week On Thrusday January 23 90 I5 Hogi 3 -- S it is now Mr Carlisle begins his pa- 5V numerous as other trees and reach a Sugar Cured Hams Day 47 Mrs the nth ballot resulted cents for Juue delivery 14 15c per with the proposition that no logi On the premises near Koxlown on the great height They furnish long straight Bacon Hams Country T Heck son of Senator Mrs Fih BE E Porter Thompson 35 cal Kicliard Cobb Jr bought iu Boyle durable timber which owing Richmond aud Lexinuitin pike I will orcousisteut argument cau be fram- Â¬ to the res- Â¬ lafi Cured Peck has been elected President Mr John H Welsh who made a gal Â¬ ed to show that the Klicy of protec county a lot of late 2 year old cattle at inous matter is impenetrable by water Butter l52or sell publicly M V FARM of light for Mrs Fish withdrew her of the Legislative Council oi Wy- Â¬ lant 520 BO The juices give us turpentine resin Chickens 5 ISi 2 uame at this point and the sixth ballot tion encourages any industry In this oming inEWAREof such a fate At present he is at the bottom 15c deliveries of wheat in Eng pitch tar and lampblack and the amber Egg Farmers Mrs Day 72 and E Porter country except upon the hypothesis resulted 70c of commerce also was formed from pine Wheat ol the ocean groveling among the monsters of the deep that free competition would so reduce land during past week 82577 qrs same resin Some conifers have medicinal Flour 2 50Jr3 25 lit vate Senate Saturday pass Thompson 43 cansea oy Diina iaiin i 1 the prices that our people could not time last year 5a 250 qrs 50 properties the bark of certain varieties Corn per barrel Large Dwelling House in good repair iths bill prohibiting the Hay per 100 Us inprofitably engage iu that particular 400500 tine orceard good barn all other out In Lincoln county 4 yearling mules is used for tanniug for making paper A 00000 MAISOLEIMOats in sheaf per 100 lts 40c es t children under dustry If free competition tends to sold for 68 six aged mules for 130 and for stuffing in upholstery The in Lard Well fenced good cistern 12c buildings ars of failing Mrs Hiller Spends 20000 fur Her Own reduce prices whatever interferes with twenty two cotton mule for 64 97 ner bark of one variety and the seeds of Tallow 34C a well toand never churchesstock water post office Close schools another are articles of food The coal Beeswax such competition must tend to increase cotton mules for 69 i5SiOc stores Ac Gate at Burial Bob N lrom beds were formed from the conifers of Feathers 2o i 40 The Hon Nicholas Lungwort It them aud as the imposition of taxes In Mereei county 105 mule colts sold the carboniferous age They form a Meal 501 sc Richmond a well known lawyer and jurist of The ecceutricitiesof the late Dr Hen- upou articles imported from abroad at SMo 50 per head In Boyle county most attractive feature in the landscape Oats per bushel 400500 At same time and place will sell Ohio died at his home near in ry Hiller aud wife of Wilmington arily prevents competition to a 7 cotton mules sold at 65 to 68 A 25 HolSKHDl1 and KnOW FtBNJTLKK BT TAKING ADVANTAGE whether found singly or in large num- Orchard Grass OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF TOUR cinnati vesterdav 50 Mass whose fad was niagmficently greater or less extent with similar com- pair of mare mules eod at 300 all good Also Farming LtensiN bers and through the dreary winter German Millet Timothy Seed BT GOING TO 90 Fifty barrels of Com Also the stock LIFE months are reminders of the summer carved aud luxuriously upholstered modities produced here it is contended 4 7s 5 oo j consisting of Why does one of our neigh bor burial caskets have been described in by protectiouists that it is the duty of Five hundred thousaid bushels of which is past and a prophecy of the Clover Seed Oats in sheaf wheat which is to ins copy lrom the Tiik Cu the preirs already The doctors funeral the government to levy such taxes Tuesdaywere burned iu Baltimore last summer in Springfield come Annie M Choice blue grass seed 5505 during an elevator fire Aw Mitchell Homestead Red top seed 75 wax and give the credit elsewhere took place a year ago aud the corpse whether it needs the revenue or not English steamer with thre sailors whs Sweet Potatoes 00 or no credit at all was carried to its last resting place in The whole argument if it is consistent Prace up 1 yearling Filly 30 One Rockaway Horse Louisville Tobacco Market Irish Potatoes 2 well broke 16 hund mare Mules two a silk lined gold plated elaborately with truth or with itself admits that burned Loss 750000 Colts 5 Cows 3 Heifers one Clifton Mann killed a hog last week By Olover A Durrelt Louisville Tobacco the effect of the protection policy is to Taking advantage of the the GREAT BARGAINS he is offering The census of 1790 showed the carved casket of solid mahogany Hteer 1 yearling Steer i Sows aud 12 Ware House increase the price of the protected ar- Â¬ that weighed 600 pounds and got two Not satisfied with the ghostly mag population of the Tinted States to Shoals a new Buggy Sales on our market for the past in everything pertaining to nificence of a year ago the widow hag ticles iu this country tor if this were hundred aud sixty five pounds of lard week Jyat closed amount to 3205 hhds 29000 The census for Terms made known on day of sale Mind ssdriDC enred Bookj learned not the case it is plain that it could not from it Mr Mann has lost two very with receipts of 31 10 hhds for the same in on reading Testimonials from all will show at least 60000000 If farm not sold will be rented In been at work on the construction of parts of tha lobe Prospectus post period Sales on our uisrket since Janraze sent on application to Prof there were only 7o post ofli new caskets oue for her husband the enable our people to produce them at a fine milch cows latelv Paris News Mus NANCY B JONES m at A Loisetw W Ffth Are New York uary 1st to 5661 hhd Hales profit and would therefore be worthBy S b PHELPS Mr WF Davis sold to Mr Weil a on our amount to lute of w there are so many that other for herself Each casket is in two the crop of market up It is evident that a protective bunch of 64 cattle tipping the beam at ISSJ amount to GiS3 Z E BtfcH Auctioneer 30 32 Mr Wanamaker cant count them parts the casket proper aud the sarco- less hhs turift can only be beneficial to the pro- 1700 lbs for 4 25 Thene cattle were Our market bus shown some irreguThe growth of the country has phagus The material iu all four is ducers of those articles which would 3EXOTnTVT01TjT- solid mahogany imported specially sold without any culling aud were oue larity this week under the heavy oller VALUES and COST of goods cnt no figure In the PRICES WE leen great from South America The upholstering imported to what the protectionists of the roundest aud trimmest lot of ings of new burley but prices on good grades still remain high Old sweet to build a house suit- Ha vine decided NOW HAKE EVERYTHING MUST GO inside is as elattorate as money could consider an Injurious extent aud that teeves ever fed in Boyle county Dan- burley is in good demand at fair prices able for my business DAMAAB I desire to rent make it Corded silk of the value of as to all other articles which we pro ville Advocate but the old funked burley is nrglected out my large business house ou Main The following quotations fairly rep- Street Would sell the entire building An important decision has just 40 a yard is the material used The duce In greater quantities than we need H R Watts auctionee reports the resent our market on Burley tobacco 3- W E LUXON lids are made of separate panels highly for our own cousumptiou as well as been made by the Supreme Court following as among the prices obtained crop of 1889 tolished richly carved aud fastened by those we produce as cheaply as the for- Â¬ of Hanachusetts which will be of lrash Dark or damased tobacco articles could uot be im at the sale Thurpday to close the part Â¬ 51 00 to 1300 GOODS I have purchased the property of the general interest to railroads and solid gold hinges with knobs of solid eigner sucheven 1 nership between Dr D S Price and if there were no tax Colory Trash 300 to 600 said Company and will keep on baud gold for opeuiug them The Doctors ported here the traveling public In the steers 41 Common Lugs not colory f3 00 to all of the bet t varieties of Whatever the effect of the tariff may Price Clark casket that gave rise to the decision the new door ol is fastened by a heavy be on other classes of producers the yearling steers 21 heifer calves 8 5 00 at half prices of what they brass iothic design having a At PRICES that WILL sell 4 oory Lugs 5 50 to S50 plaintiff was riding on a pass when All persons indebted to Crooke Ben pair oxen 82 eighty sij common to knob made of six pounds of solid gold farmers of the United States cannot tV Common Leaf 700 to 8 30 were 4 them Jlet A Urmston wilt please cvll at once an accident occured One of the fair mountain ewes at an average of Medium to good leaf 000 to 1200 and settle After February 1st 10 per panels are solid gold tablets in Â¬ possibly increase the prices of the artidfc- 3 25 28 good grade ewefr conditions of the pass was that the Ou the with 560 about Good to fine fillers 1250 to 1600 cles they have to sell because without cent will be charged on all accounts scribed the Helect or wrappery tobacco 16 00 to holder released the company lrom page of scripure Doctors favorite pas protection they can have no foreigu 8000 lbs of tobacco were sold privately Crooke Bennett A Urmston The yard is eay of access Persons 2000 Richmond Ky Jan 1st 90 30 33 desiring to haul their own coal will liability incase of accident The competition in their home market at 6j cents Winchester Democrat Mrs Hiller has also made for herself Q7Qrcoats Ml have to cross the railroad court holds So Most Any Fries Mrs W J Hiatt of Jessamine Val0 a burial robe of which it may be truly while they are subjected to the most LIVE STOCK MARKET BEPORT I respectfully reouest a liberal pat- Â¬ ley sold during the year of 1889 butler We are of opinion that when one ac Â¬ said that it beggars description severe comjtetition in the foreign markHy iKRKNEi EMBRY The ronage of the citizeus of both couuty cepts aa a gratuity a free pass upon a dressmaker completed it after four ets where they must sell their surplus made from the milk of two cows 11 p Stix k Commission Merchants at Cliielu and city null Luioii Sloek Ynnlsnmi Coviuglou to Ihe sum cf 7390 over amounting 13- railroad traiu upon the agieeruent that months labor aud an outlay of 20000 Mr Carlisle proceedT 8 RRON8TON Slock Yards And in this connection it must not aud above what was consumed at her he will assume all rik of accident The robe is made of white ottoman All persons indebted tome by note or Ohio Jan 20 1800 will pletse call on or before the Cincinnati iiceount which may happen to him while trav silk corded heavily There is also a be forgotten that the prices of all the own table Of these cjws one was 20lta of January 1800 and get He the SHIPPING CATTLE i eliug on such train by which he may wilderness of white silk lace muniog principal agricultural products which three fourths jersey the other a com Â¬ On that day I will place my 4 50 same 4 40 be injured In his person no role of pub-Â¬ in perpendicular panels i the farmer sells at home are fixed in mon scrub The jersey was dry three Goodtoto Extra and tucked Good Fair 4 io 4 25 books in the hands of Mr T Ji Ayerw lic iolicy requires us to declare such and gathered and fluted the free markets abroad where he sells months dui ing the year the ot her one Common and Rough who will continue to do my collecting 2 75jB 3 25 i uolil it stauds 29 32 J M Poyntz Mrs Hiatt also sold from Good to Extra Oxen his surplus while the prices of nearly a month contract invalid and without binding out to a distance of five inches 3 75 4 00 hereafter I at prices that almost make As Executors of George W Ballew r at REDICULOUS LOW PRI Fair to Good Oxen 3 258 3 50 foice deed we will ou The total outlay by Mrs Hiller will all the things he has to buy are fixed thirty hens 271 dozen eggs for 30 be Common and Rough V CfcS 4 fe them go of their own accord a sides what she used ant set at home in the protected markets here and are it n st tr mu IR be not far short of 500000 mauThe HON JOHN DlLAIRlii fiSI Ill BUTCHER CATTLE Saturday January 25th 1890 V orth soleum will be of hammered granite largely increased by the total or partial She also sold 120 chickem for 2775 Good to Extra 3 85 iA 4 00 ralia m fb world r crfart exclusion of foreign competition and Nleholasville Journal Warranted hsry ikfpr asanas rasas On the premises 6 miles south east of will Fair to Good 3 ooii 3 75 hx Senator John D Harris will Io the four walls it is be built windows by reasou of the unnecessary taxes imwvLo iw ladjaa sad BMa The American Grocer counts up a Extra Fat Steers nsaa 3 jof i 3 60 through which and Everything that pertains to WINTER WEAR we have marked with worst andfasti not ie a candidate lor Governor rays of colored light planned to have posed upou the materials used in their shortage iu the tomato pack for 1889 Fair to Good Steers tuti of Richmond near the Richmond high Â¬ 3o craal rahat Oils Svsaos la riig Hill pike sell publicly to the euter a different prices on them that will sell them teas laaslkr eaa aaaaaa m Hi race against Governor Puck light 3 oo The fact that the home of about 11 per cent as compared with Good to Extra Cows sssssssssPSassKsV free laertkar win sr larra est bidder the farm of to each window which bleuding production ksssssssVstsVsttaSVsad Talaabla lincf II ottsekold Fair to -5 75 ner was a very creditable one and will fall upou the caskets resting side prices of such articles as we produce iu the season of 1888 This shortage Is CommonGood Cows Tbcar tareplra as wall Bn9viaBaalee Cows 751 ulaiwttrtirfrrr All Ika work van he made thousands of friends who by side within Boston Herald excess of the home demand and there- Â¬ due to the usual rains on the Atlantic Rough Cows aud Oxen 1 I 50 aaad do Is to ssow what wa a ad i ow l i tUoaa wtas rail jroor 25 rUada sad aaavabora and thnaa about jrou that alwava renalta would gladly support him in the ta valuable trade far at watcS sulci for rtara wtsa owce saairail fore export to other countries are fixed seaboard during the summer and BULLS and that wa are repaid Wa pay all etprse freiawt ate Soar The ereara place of the aforesaid Bal at know all if roo wMild like la ro to work ftr ua ran eaa coming contest but the Critic is Wm Walker of Georgetown made in the foreiguports where they are sold especially to heavy Sorms during Best Shipping 3 50 ratu frost fM to sM4 per wrek and upiardt Addises lew GimmI dwelling house o 2 Teiiably informed that he has defi- - several purchases of tobacco in this is admitted by every intelligent pro Â¬ September But for the fact that the Best Bologna lluindlo lloiKla lurtluutl Malar- buildings two orchards wellgood out- And if we dont make a selling price no one will These fenced 2 J 2S Fair Bologna tectionist decided to stay out of the county last week He lught of Messrs packing industry has coutiued to ex- Fair to Good Feeders 1 OO MAGAZINE uitk its irood water sNiut 60 acres to go in goods must go I want money and money I will get if prices If the farmer had the home market tend and that the West and South- Common and Thin ZIPPINCOTTS corn Ten acres now in wheat bal Â¬ race He will however be a can J W Harper and J W Allison their contents is a library 75 ance in gi im iiself have anything to do with it uidate lor Lieutenant Governor crop of about 20000 pounds at ceuts iu which the demand was equal to or west as well as the Pac fie coast en FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Terms liberal and made known on It ttuf indeed a happy thought to print an and at this writing it seem6 like a all around to be delivered in George- iu excess of the supply as the protec- joyed a good seuson the supply of Good Extra Steers day of sale If uot sold will be rented entire novel in tech number 3 Remember what blind faith did for McGINTY Look at ns Not a short novelette hut a long story such Mule at 1 oclock walk over for him The fact that town He also bought Ike Gatrells tionists have beeu promising them for tomatoes would have been much lighter Fair to Good Steers 3 40 3 50 u yon are used to get in booh form and pay of a ceutury the case than it was Maryland which heads Good to Extra Heifers 2 7505 3 00 V BALLFW G he accepted his defeat before so crop about 15000 pounds at same three quarters before yon plunge into unknown mysteries We are the eye from one iollir to one dollar and a halffor 2 50 28 32 B F DEATHERAGE would be different but it is certain that the list with a pack of 371333 cases Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 gracefully and supported the tick price Midway Clipper Not only that but with each number you get COWS AND CALVES openers of this county Call and see no such a market has been secured to shows a decrease of 9700C cases as pre- Â¬ an abundant tf other contributions which gives h such earnestness wili be a Best Grades The Baltimore Journal of Commerce 35 00840 00 you a good mtgasine besides the novel winning card for him Mr Harris reorts 500000000 buhes ot wheat him and the question he has now to pared with the previous year Vir- Fair to Good The ringing blows wtih hae been s truth on 25 001130 00 the gatewiy of popular fivor have rcsmnded made an excellent Senator stand Â¬ raised in the United States in 188S decide is whether he will continue to ginia and West Virginia shew a slight Common 10 oo throughont the entire land and to day Uppin iii 625 ing up lor the rights of the people three sevenths of which was spring tax himself for an indefinite eriod in increase in the production but D In Best Veal Calves catfs Miaxine stands t t the front ran cf the future in order that the impossibilware New Jersey and New York a Fair to Good monthly publications and is the most and opposing all jobs and schemes wheat against 415000000 bushel the ity of success may be 2 5051 3 50 demonstrated falling off The sections of the country Common and Heavy We have one hundred mule colts and tf publication of its hind in the As j residing officer of the Senate year lielore The value it placed at HOGS world For full deter pt ve circulars address eighiy five yesrlings for sale From the experience he has already showing an increase do not make up 8trictly he will have further opportunity - 8o 342000000 good aud wild in numbers to suit pur- Â¬ The total Corn crop last had it would seem that no argument the shortage by 366371 cases The Select Butchers 3 85 UPPINCOTfS MAGAZINE Philadelphia rjix miles east of Richmond to prove his a bility Louisville year w as something over 2000000000 ought to be necessary to convince him chasers Fair to Good Packers 3 75 3 80 3 oo per year 35 clt single number total pack for 1889 waa 2976765 cases Good to Extra Lights 3j The publisher tffhis paper wili rtteixt your on Iiie speedwell pike Promoter of happiness to all who want The oat crop was 750000000 buautls Usur beeu the voluntary victim J against 3313137 cases In 1S8S that ho 17- D A COLYER HH The Light Pigs tubicriptwn 3 JEFFEUSOX DAVISS ARTICLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Democratic Ticket Â¬ Â¬ of a policy which guarantee a home market aud high prices for the produ cers of the articles be bat to buy and leaves him to get such prices as he cau iu the open markets of tte world for Mr Car- Â¬ the articles he has to sell lisle next takes up Senator Culloms article la the last number tf the Forum aud poiuts out its fallacies of fact and statemeut Senator Cullim refers to the article of steel rails and the reduc tion iu price through the alleged ope Â¬ ration of the tariff between the years a typi- Â¬ 1807 aud 1SS7 and quotes t as cal case of the working ol protection Mr Carlisle shows that Senator Cullom gives the price in iS67 it depreciated paper and iu 1887 iu gold He might have shown says Mr Carlisle that the prices of many articles lave been reduced since 1807 articles that have al ways been admitted free of duty The same reduction iu the price of steel rails was going on in free trade England much faster than hi the United Stales during the same period aud the cause in both cases was the expiration of pateuts and the discovery of improvMr Car- Â¬ ed processes of manufacture lisle filially states the case of the farmer aud it is so strong that we give it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LO I OK ATTH IS OF- THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST LINE ZLlAXDIES - ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo O ZEHSTTS SHOES SHOES ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Â¬ Â¬ EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND CLA XjXj and Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ PRICE THEM CO A POWELL IMIIKIIEjIES COZRZtNnEIR 3O AT COST FOR THE NEXT DAYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ready Made Clothing AT COST FOR CASH WE MEAN BUSINESS COVINGTON 222 PUBLIC SALE have you read of Â¬ FOR the Next THIRTY DAYS 1 At our New Store in order to make room for our Spring Goods W Main Street Richmond Ky Â¬ I MITCHELL Â¬ oua No Â¬ the fate of Â¬ MCGINTY 1 25i ArC T vy ArTtTQ Y xv Iv rf0j lv an Â¬ - Â¬ YOU CAN AVOID HIS FATE Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 1 I - 1 3 Brood Mares EMORY r Â¬ 1 FOR RENT WINTER GOODS i DRESS COAL GO Two-year-- old PAY UP 1 CLDAC Â¬ COAL SETTLE UP at Just f FAEM for SALE IDM S 5 rr Tto mm m SEES fttRw in SrfBIHEi 1 175 - 1a acres JUST COME and LOOK Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 185 Miles For Sale Â¬ I H J STRENG it 1 ijimnwlMi w horsemen as the best bred trotting horses When nature falters and requires FARMING EAST AND WEST NEWS PARAGRAPHS help rerruii her enfeebled etwrfcriea in the country as lbv combine the blood About 3 oclock Monday afternoon with Dr J H McLeans Strengthen January 22 1890 Hnce Judge Knotts article on the An English syndicate baa purchased iog Cordial and Blood Purifier per The New York Bible House since April of Hambletonian through Electioneer All the Allins from Thomas Sr to War John LeaVell and Martin Math a co With that ol Green Mountain Maid Beauatiiilouel farms of New Hampshire Ave of the largest potteries at Tren- Â¬ bottle last has issued 75000 volumes I ord were on the fifth floor 01 the Bonan- ren the present deputy are noted for tilul Bells and Minnehaha three of the nmt Vermont and subsequent eoramu- - ton N J Mnnt nmprv f sar Fine Wirt lost Return to Toie Brooks their pretty smooth even and legible za Roller Mills owned by Forrnar Chen Last Friday afternoon about oc xo oiier iiiciiinus in lie jvisifrn iMipers ou iic greatest Droou mares known See notice One family that of Wm Boyle at the ringing of the fire bell aaani d get reward ault Co this place The miller Ira writing In fact it is so plain that a child TV- fjtilv iEn t ti in ttrfit ciH iiiiprotltahletic of farming in New Fall Kiver Mass Inst five childreu by a larne crowd and the fire company up Bogart was on the fourth floor with Mr can read anything written by an Allin lian Thelogical Seminirv of California Kice have told to w u Colvcr cember 22 ibSS Bell Bov took a record iu England generally oilier writers have death from la grippe during the last Richmond Avenue where it was soou naet ever wrote in either the County or ewes at 375 Wilson Glass The Second Quarterly meeting of Rich hi Mr Shackelford Irock of Clark 150 the form of 2iyt In bet n iliveiigsing Hv stjljiet of the prof 7 7 TT book keeper was in the office ixid the Circuit Clerks office Harrodsburg Demdiscovered that Hon It H Tomlin mond and Providence will be held at the February 1S89 he was sold at the combi- itubleness of farming even in the new week Welkar of louitville will open an Mr The Duke of Aoata who became sons handsome residence waa wrapped Methodist Church in Richmond next Sat- nation sale of W T Woodard in Lex- States of the Weal engineer at his post Other persons were ocrat The most intertensive restaurant in the Revenue buildabout the doors urday and Sunday Rev Jas Rand PE ington and brought 51000 the largest esting paper on the present condition King of Kpain in 1870 ruling for three in flames The utmost exertions of all PERSONAL years aud then abdicating died in who were present coold do no more will be present and preach on Saturday price ever paid for a trotting Without any warning whatever a quarstallion at of Western farming is one froni Mr S Mis Emma Krohn of Freeport III it and Sunday morning and evening The total of the assessed property in ter section of the fifth floor laden with than save other buildiugs ou the premauction His purrhasers were Mr Judson M Cook which is published in the Rome Saturday ncoln county u 485612 which is HV flour let go and like an avalanche came visiting her sister Mrs H J Streng of Five collieries operated by the Read ises ami the residence of J C Robin- Â¬ The preacher who dropped into an of- II Clark and Mr George H Hopper of 3pringflHlil Republican Mr Mas this place less than iSSS crashing to the next floor carrying it with ing Railroad Company closed down son Nearly all tbe furniture waa lost fice in Alpena Mich the other day where Elmira N Y In 1889 he made a season Cook has recently returned from nil ex Mr Henry Stone attorney at law a great quantity of flour to the next tak four of the biggest guns in town were at Versailles covering about 60 mares as tended tour of observation of the con- Â¬ on Saturday throwing 2000 men out The loss Is estimated at 3000 with an See ad of land stock and other things Lt ing every thing in its path through all the Louisville was here in the railroad case playing poker for money may not have we understand at 500 season lee He dition f llie Western farmer ou lauds of employment insurance cffl tWO with Kiauaird Broe public sale by Mrs Nancy Jones of yesterday floors to the bottom with a tremendous Lancaster News 10 morrow known what he was about but then again was brought to Lexington and exhibited that have been occupied for 30 years or Foxtomn Railroad Emigrant Agents are at Mis Nannie Lee Hunt who has been crash he may Anyhow he flashed a subscrip- at the Breeders Meeting but no effort was more aa in Kansas and other prairie work among the colored people at The cholera it rapidly killing all the fat Leavell maintained presence of mind here for the past three weeks returned to tion paper for some benevolence before the made to lower his record At he time of Htaies and for a lesser period in the Barnwell county S Rich- Â¬ G Had at mm not slaughtered C ami have in and as the debris passed the ground door her home Monday blushing players urn and quickernn you his death his book for 1S90 was full at two Difcot s and Montaua Premi ing duced mauy of them to seek new homes mond I ILmxI carries im- Â¬ wu Ky nceu injiciicivw hi ui 11 HaltA Mist Allie Dunn lelt Monday for Wood- could say Jack Rol inson took pledge- for ran out and escaped unhurt But Martin his olwervations cover a ptriod of iu Arkansas 500 that mense stocks of Salt Lime t Matlias was killed while Bogart and ford county where she will spend several over 1 00 more than twenty yer- - being renew A white man on horseback is a very unMr and Mr Lucius Hart were buri Â¬ Cement and that was headed out by the The months Danville Advocate Glass were buried under the flour W H Marble e litor of the Christian usual spectacle in tropical Africa and ere ed irom time to lime through all tiiat ed togrther Monday near Fort Atkiu 1 he warm wcatner 01 ween ociore lasi Im- Â¬ Mr Shackelford ran into the street and Machinery Mr L Schlegel will leave on Saturday at Work thinks dirtiness can sometimes ates more of a sensation than a whole me Interval he states I hat Horace Greea aH Wb t lit Ihnr hf They died within 24 bou Wisconsin the engineer into the side yard Presently morning on a business trip and also to be next to godliness He tells the Con- naicrie of wild animals would in an Amer- leys advice Go West young mau hours of each other of pneumonia plements Sulkies Gear and a week Mr Shackelford ran down into the engine visit his father who is now 95 years of age gregational Club When I was in a ican village in the backwoods A recent while it may have been good advice in preceded by iufluenzi Mrs Hart had the best line of Groceries in Charlie Bythe the Richmond negro room and with the engineer shut off the He will be absent about a week magnificent cathedral at Antwerp last traveler who rode from Landana on the the time when given is no longer so frequently expressed the hope that tiiey the rho murdered Col Jones in Cincinnati steam stopping the machinery Miss Lucy Crow this place and Miss summer I remarked what a pitv it was so coast to Boma on the Congo thus de the conditions have been so gieatly might die at the same time The couple 41- months ago lias been sentenced to A rescuing lorce went to work at once Margie Glass of Somerset formerly of dirty Twenty five or thirty years were about 70 years of age I wish said my friend that our scribes the commotion his appearance ex- changed iprfl and after considerable effort the two white Richmond were entertained Mr T B Rippy ibe Anderson eoun At sight df my horse all the vil- iigo good laud could tie bought for a at tea in churches in America were dirtier That cited The Atlanta oust itutiou says the men were taken out alive The Climax extends thanks to Mr ty distiller has sold to the English syn- Â¬ Danville by Mrs J H Engleman last dirt is from the feet of the poor and the lagers at first were petrified with astonish dollar and a quarter an acre and with population of that city according to the About four hundred thousand pounds week 01 rkiiu counij rorlMOoa ior a My friend was right working people dicate represented by N Hoinieinier merit They stood motionless with their Indian scrip fir les Hince then all the now complete returns in the city direc Â¬ promoter of New York a two thirds of flour were in the mill at the time of the eysuckles japonicas and Combest land has been lahen up except the tory office is over We need dirtier eyes fixed on the strange animal continued Mr Marble Mis Sue VanMeter entertained at lunch 87000 asrainst 77r77 accident and near two hundred and fiftv KILKJIHS llll nic itsun ui 1111 Saturdayafternoon at their country home churches more shabby churches made so ing to themselves at last with their hands tracts held by the railroad- at from last year and 37000 in KS0 This re interest in his distilleries which art thousand pounds went down A large by the masses attending Mr Rippy is re two dollars aud a haf to five dollars raised above their heads they raised a cry Vineland The entertainment was given markable growth iu population causes valued at 500000 portion of it is damaged the sacks acing Ait Tnr y lleaf and Dumb Mr Samuel Shearer of Ford has a of Ho ho ho expressive of boundless and upward according to location tained as manager of the business for s in honor of Miss Mary Turner ot Madison A use of the telephone which is very the Constitution to indulge iu big ex The subjoined paragraph is from the torn and otherwise damaged The flour county Danville Advocate lcii in 11 momns gave oirui 10 32 iLii suggestive as pointing to future possibili- astonishment Some of them threw them- Anything at all desirable of wild land pectations aud it predicts that in lMi pertisi of five years at a salary of 8000 i 11 l mc 01r iucm caen Danville Deaf Mute the organ of the was mostly low grade and probably a iur a year All his brands of whiky to wiu t pigs ties is reported in an English paper The selves upon the ground smiting their will now eoat the settler eight hundred Atlanta will have a imputation of 200 Deaf and Dumb Institute The question hundred barrels of it an entire ioss ollars for one hundred aud sixty acres 000 breasts Could it be they said that such gether with all rights lilies and inter Â¬ This probably knocks out the record THIN COLUMN parish clerk in a Norfolk village being The mill is constructed with a row of with us is are these postmasters deaf and he says ests in these distilleries pass with the Lexington Leader a sum that would buy prevented by rheumatic gout from attend- a great beast with a white man above him The English sparrow is too narrow for Pay great attention What does this sale dumb If so they are deprived of a vast columns running each way through the Such an animal must eat quite a respectable farm with fair ing Church was presented by the manager was harmless Mr Gay of Clark county has offered a a bow and arrow so youll have to use a f hough plitheightteau I Well quantity of pleasure that comes to a post center dividing each floor in four section of the local telephone company with a black people When we convinced them bulldiugs iu many parts of New Eng- Â¬ spell lie Mouse to prevent first cousins Children will freely take Dr J H One section of each floor fell leaving the shot gun master through such verbal questions and After buying the land a hou e according to Ihe following rule it spells McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm ui double telephone which was fixed from at last that the horse was harmless arid land from marrying and imposes a fine of 500 We hear of a college boy who translated it spells Do you give it up It spells like cough syrups it contains uo opium remarks as the following Thou Mr Willis other three intact except a small portion the church to the old mans cottage so that he was a useful animal they ventured of logs or soils has to be built and six months in prison for violation of the rear section that pulled off The nux vomica to mean the voice of the peois there anything for me Mr Willis r nearer They had no eyes for anything sand put up kucIi houses years go ex Â¬ potato viz gh stands for p as you will soothe and heal any disease of the that he and his wife could follow all the m News Uiroal or lungs quicker than any oilier roof was pulled down eight or ten feet ple Where does he go to school Who is me SmithWhat Smith services The old man is quite unable to but the horse As we passed through the pecting soon to be abie to build after will find from the lat letters in hic- remedy 27 3 and the tin broken Only a little while ago it was Booth hold anv thing so the having removed John Squire William Willi No nothing for you as in New Lnglaud cough ough for o as in dough pth of the inhabitants followed wards of frame Are telephone is arranged villages many mill was built in 1SS5 and was on The and Barrett everywhere now ready willing and qualifi- Â¬ you certain t as phthisic eigb stauds Now it is Grin so as to fit against both his ears He to town A horse thief recently arrested at Yes Well it ought to can us The men turned back after a mile or but they or their childreu still ocenpy stands for ed to tcttle al legal troubles within his be here I am now for a as in neighbor ette stands for t Monticello III had a map on his perPeihaps it ought Do you sidered one of the best built mills in the and bear it when you have the grippe hear anything in the church quite clearly so but many of the women who showed the same or others like it Jurisdiction and to marry couples after reckon it wont be here next mail I State How styles change It has always been and if a book is dropped or if any one the greatest interest and curiosity followspeaking1 he says of a section of the as iu gazette and eau stands for o as son with the route marked out by The damage to the building will not ex- considered a misfortune to loose your the most approved style which the stolen horses were run off to cant say ed us for three miles When my horse Northwest settled longer than I have in beau Thus you have -t coughs the sound is as distinctly heard as ceed J500 Who will give another Yenowines Southern Illinois and Keotucky The Deaf Mute says Two former trotted they trotted too their eyes fixed indicated much of it by New England grip but now it is a misfortune not to if he were in the building Ladies drese in fashionable parlance Mathis leaves a wife and three child- lose your grippe after you have really on the beast Unmindful of where they people aud more attractive in its nat- News Insure your property in one o Had a pupils of this Institution are serving as are now spoken of as gowns postmasters in this State One of them ren He was a remarkably good man had it a day or two were stepping they fell into the furrows in ural features and resources than the Rev R K Caldwell has upon two Powells Ten Companies gentleman asked a lady ten years ago is J W Overstreet A few occasions lately received two circular of Little Hickman about the mill the manioc fields and tumbled down in the average Weslern country The Danville Deaf Mute tells of a boy what materia her gown was made of she FOR llVSKKrsi lessamine county who has already served tall grass They kept pointing the animal years ago wheat would average twenty letters from parties in New York offer Â¬ who fell off a bicycle and after remaining Killer Vmr Rrawii lr would Ii3e been highly insulted through two Administrations Phrsicitns recommen out to the babies that were lastened on bushel per acre By constant cropping ing to sell him counterfeit money and the motionless for a moment sprang up and fleaniaw Si oung man under 18 years can other is Mrs Margaret Ray recently aptheir backs From some of the villages the average has been reduced to fifteen which will defy detection at the value baAll dealers keep it ran crying through the streets My neck trade- mark and croastsi red lines oa wrapper smoke cigarettes n Kentucky This looks pointed at Cottonburg deputations came to me asking me to stop bushels aud the farmer by hauling his of 3000 iu gtjod counterfeit money Madison county it broke my neck is broke 9 35 like taking away a pealed right it pre- - Besides these two one of our enterprising a while in their towns that they might crop anywhere from one la twenty far S800 in greenbacks Tbe parties In W S Dudley Jr of Flemingbur Mr W W Estill says that he uted to Near Crab Orehaid Wednesday uhht natural dudelcts lrom exercising a boys has announced his determination to time to admire theproditjv miles can get sixty five cents per bush- Â¬ their circulars announce that they will have his boots blacked before he came to sold to Charles M Lee same place the have natural right and being perfect dudeleU The condemnation case of the R N I apol y for the post office at his home town Willi not do business with any one except some young fellows got into a row at el The question is then asked stallion Kingstone gets MYLESVILL by he B R R vs B J Clay next summer and we hope he will fare c appealed town but now themwaits till heTown home a29 dam Jenny by Young The King wheat at sixty five cents corn at thir- Â¬ face to face as they want to deal only the house of a Herman named Efters The jury in the Common Pleas Court before having blacked Columbus mud Eflers fired bis jruu to drive away the well at the hands of his Republican from the County Court to the Common Meat has all spoiled in this community ty cents oats at twenty cents potatoes with honest men last week wherein the Rockcastle county Mr Caldwells Is deeper dii tier and more unsightly than for 1200 friends Pleas Court was called lor trial yesterday hay five dollars per friends are having a good deal of fun belligerents aud ly accident kilhd hi Mr Simpson Dunbar and wife are vis- fifteen cents and woman sued Brannaman found for the country mud Lexington Gazette The fastest record to date is 208 and continued on account of the absence A Warning About Antipyrine ton how much profit can the farmer at his expense over the matter The stepdaughter Miss Annie Bowman Â¬ iting relatives in Winchester defendant whereupon the woman was ar woundThe last issue of the Estill Eagle was made by Maud S bred at Woodburn of witnesses to the June term Antipyrineism is the name of a new Hut the laud it is argued supposition is that the parties came One of the fellows waa serion ly make rested on the charge of murdering the The measles are raging in this vicinity marked No XXXXIX It would have Farm Then comes 210 by Jay Eye See malady caused by the abuse of the latest must be increasing in value To ihia into the possession of Mr Caldwells ed Sir Henry A Isaacs Lord Mayor of child and carried to Rockcastle for trial several new cases near this place fashionable drug antipyrine I will answer by name by virtue of his having once In a lecture London Sir Henry Fowler and other meant the tame and been much shorter if bred by Col West The 2ioj comes Mr Cook replies There are mauy accidents and dis A Here is what an exchange says Mr Shelby Walden of Winchester is delivered just before Christmas at the British capitalists are applying to the Do- the letters XLIX had been used substi- from Palo Alto The 2io2j was made by citing cases iu as favorable a location gone to Louisville to try and secure eases which affect Slock and cause se Â¬ bushel of corn makes 4 gallons of whiskv behind the counter at the Wells store rious inconvenience and loss to the far Sorbonne the University of Paris says minion Parliament for a charter for a tuting an L for the three Xs But possi a Kentucky Prince bred by Mr Back a the average of farming communi the pardon of a man in hi neighbor- Â¬ mer iu his work which may be ipiickly The Government gets the New York It sells for j bly the editor doesnt know how to raise man Squire J A Turpin has moved to the ties certainly The section is a very hood who was charged with making remedied by the use of Dr J H MTribune Dr P Regnard railway to run from Quebec to St Charles the farmer 40 cents Jthe railroad i who Baxter place which he recently purchased fertile one and the original settlers al Counterfeit money is one ol the most eminent medical Bay Labrador They propose to put on The Harrodsburg Fair has decided on The man was re cLeans Voicauic Oil Liniment the manufacturers 4 the vender 7 and authorities in Miss Myrtie Tipton of Speedwell is most eutirely from New England The garded as an holiest man and when France uttered an emphatic a line of ocean steamers the eastern terthe following purse and ttake races for the Louisville has a debt of 85 the drinker all that it left the jim jams warning against the abuse of antipyrine minus of which will be Milford Haven Three minute class visiting friends and relatives in this sec- writer sold land there 15 years ago for tbe trial was culled the prosecuting wbich she proposes to pay oil in thirty meeting in July tion was witness did not appear aud through is well known that excessive smoking Wales and hope to cover the distance There is an awful state of affairs in a It 16 per acre Other land alongside purse I400 227 class 400 225 class A bill is now five annual installments Michigan town where a type setter produces narcotism the abuse of alcohol from Chicago to England via the new Mr W P Dunbar and wife have gone sold by other parties at the same time Ihe influence ot the petition be escaped Green 300 400 225 class pacing before the Kentucky Legislature to per uted the word widows for win- gives rise to alcoholism and that of morroute in two day less time than is at pres- Â¬ race trotting The two three and to house keeping on the Turpin farm to New England settlers and aortgaged A year or two afterward the man fect plans by which the city may enter 400 dows The editor wrote The windows phine to morphinism at a rate of 10 percent The purcha- moved from toe neighboibood and In the same way ent occupied via New York 100 added by the near Cane Spring stakes They hor into this arrangement of the church need washing badly They the injudicious use of cocaine is followed to secure export trade Chicago Times sers after having struggled for a dozen counterfeit dies were fouud on tbe Association Miss Alice Jones of Jackson county Donelson lias a quantity of uew sulare too dirty lor any use and are a dis by cocainism and there are at the present Ottawa Special years in vaiu to lift the mortgage gave placb under a hay stack This is supÂ¬ Mr Robert Steele of Philadelphia has has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Shelby kies surries and buggies of the newest grace to our village moment a number of patients in the Paris Up and the land call be bought to day posed to be the way the parties secured Pineville has started on another boom sold to Mr Geo S Davis owner of the Jett fo the past week hospitals under treatment for this malady It is said that the Monon and Louisville 510 per acre The buyers were in Mr Caldwells name Danville Advo- aud most poi uiar patterns and at very Some two vears ago we did a job of Mr Powhatan Shearer an old and for near Detroit 5-The above is a familiar street scene in Clairview Stock Farm reasonable fi With regard to antipyrine Dr Regnard Southern people have purchased dustrious anil not weighed by intem cate printing for a man just over the county 18500 Richmond at night Mich the Electioneer stallion Antevolo honored citizen of this place is very low misperate habits sickness or unusual f line Last week thinking he might have admits that it docs wonders in cases of acres of rich coal and timber land near The physician reports his for with dropsy Chief of Police Itcher Lusby Recently we gave you an ideal pen 2io2 brother to Anteeo 2i6 Judue J K Sumrall sold to Mr Weil great nervousness and that it is praised there and that the latter road will soon Laud mi that prairie to day fortunes recovery doubtful forgotten the transaction wc sent bill b tketcn of La Grippe Having had a weekt 35000 Antevolo is a full brother to Cona picked lot of 50 cattle out of 62 for Lexington has aubiuitted lib aunual with considerable improvements can He answered as follows Dont be in by DM patients Hut he points out that built to that point The deal involves an tiege with the animal we can give you rad the young Electioneer stallion now in During the year he has collect report The Debating Society of Doylesville be in disturbing and arresting the natural investment of hut for what it cost the owner 20 4 35 They were an extra fine lot aud ed and aid into the City Treasury 5 200000 and Mr T H C several new such a durned hurry Ill have another job Col R S Straders stud at this place will meet next Saturday niijht Suject for and vital points The Grippe action of the nerves by a chemical sub- Vance President of the Pine Mountain years ago and there are two churches as will be seeu by the price paid ing and will pay for both together Stock Farm Which has Wielded the Greater In- Â¬ near and scliool houses iu these re them brought a good round figure for 500 which is a much larger amount stance although that action may be ac- Iron and Coal Company says he has sold has something more to recommend it than Jessamine Journal than auy other Chief ever turned in mere sneezing and snorting It has a bullSeven hundred and eighty horses en- Â¬ fluence The Pen or Sword spects a far more desirable locality lhau these bard times Danville Advocate during Ihe ame length of time Durinit companied by very great pain the penalty 100000 of lots in the iast week A large Those who remember the political anta for such intemperance will have to be factory is projected and a new England dog attachment that takes right hold of tered the 230 list in the year 18S0 six rllXTOWN the average The young mans pros Â¬ Persons who lead a life ot exposure tbe year tJBK arrests were made 1 pects for tietteriug himself in rising are subject to rheumatism ueuraiiria gonism between Henry Clay and John paid sooner or later And the penalty in Company is said to be preparing to erect your bones like a horse does of corn and hundred and twelve were trotters and one and 14 W cohred There were A good piece of meat will be very popaud lumbago aud will find a valuable while Tyler back in the forties and had question is a horrible one For among 1000 coke ovens Some of the largest the result is nearly as destructive As be- hundred and fifty seven pacers Of the values do not seem very flattering - males arrested and onlv 44 feMcLeans Volcanic either the Tyler grip Twenty five years ago what the farmer remedy iu Dr J H then or La the numerous evils to which the excessive real estate dealers of Middlcsboro have tween the Grippe and a ride in an oxcart former Norval by Electioneer dam Nor- ularly considered a delicacy this season Their nationality is as follow Oil Liniment it will bauish pain and maleGrippe of now will understand the few use of antipyrine gives rise are epileptic gone over to Pineville and become large ten miles over a rough road with the oxen ma by Norman heads the list with 217 The wheat crop has grown so rank that had to sell brought much more than subdue inflammation 27 English Natives 2334 Iri b 21 in a dead run give us the ride even if we to his credit while Willard M by Mam lines below which were handed to us by fits many farmers are grazing to prevent it now There was a maiket almost at his purchasers The prices of lots now range Germaus 18 Jews four Italians Ave have to walk back barefooted over the brino Smuggler was the fastest pacer in from jointing T R Walton who has lived in Stan one of our oldest citizens door and prices were good for the in A Narrow Ksrane Irom 30 to 75 per front foot Journal Swedes one frozen ground Our advice is if you can 214 Farmer Home Journal Mr I R Blanton son of Mr G D Mr Wm Parrish has two nice young flux of immigrants aud the ab eine of ford since February 1875 will leave iu they call John Tyler That balky hortc If you sutler prickinu pains on mov where he Blanton of the Waco neighborhood had Mercer County Has a Family Who Have dodge the grippe you dodge it whip him soon or bust his biler Col R P Pepper of Frankfort has horses entered to be sold at Brassfieldt railroads rendered the demand ejtial to a few dajs for California or cannot bear bright Held Office for a Hundred Yean a very narrow escape fiom death while supply The conditions are now all proposes 10 make his future home if the ing ihe eye the His cussed grip has seized us all sold Vatican by Acolyte for 10000 sub combination sale next month light and tiud your sight weak and and climate has that effect 011 his health failing you should promptly use Dr J moving from McGregor to Corpus In September 1786 at the first court Which Dr Clay will cure next fall jec to inspection for soundness As he It is currently reported that ere the changed the many producing He will first pay his H Mcleans Strengthening Eye Salve Christi Texas two weeks ago We give ever held in Mfctcer county Thos Allin Git out of he way youre all unlucky is entirely sound and without a blemish it sunny smiles of spring shall come that the comparatively few buying for home that he hopes 27 38X liidiug through the sister iu Yirgiuia a visit aud no iheuce Si cents a box consumption the account of it in his own words C- was selected and Sr father ot Ben is a sale C Uar the track for old Kentucky Vatican has a record marriage bells will be set to ringing and I left McGregor about dark last Tuescountry oue sees but few newly painted down the Allalic coasl to the Kulf and held the office of both County and Msj E A Burke ex State Treasurer old of 228 made when his sire was but the epidemic will surpass the grip A Ueheann Denied he will see many painted llieu ou to the Pacific day 3istj with a car ot household goods Circuit Clerk until 1830 a period of 44 house five years old We believe Acolyte who of Louisiana who stands indicted for There is a very inquisitive individual in The Court of Appeals on Thursday grain and two horses having the two years He was succeeded by his son Thos years ago when times were better sad sold for 40000 is the only the embezzlemut of uearly M Msaerleys Caw Feed this neck of the woods who will trade a ificd to the Governor that Tom horses in the car I had to come with the Allin Jr a brother of Ben C Thomas worth of State bonds aud who disapÂ¬ horse with one exception that ever had a second hand chromo to any one who will ly in ueed of a uew coat now churches Prepared especially for milk cows to peared from Loudon about two months OUricn application for a rehearing of freight train to take care of them I of Allin Jr held the office both County generally assisted by the home mission trotter with a record to his explain the origin of the McGinty gag his case had been overruled and the latter course rode in the caboose and got along ary societies of difJereut denomina increase yield of MllK and BlTTKK agti is in Honduras with about 00 and Circuit until 1855 a period of thirty- credit below 230 Argu Frices reasonable delivered any place The party season teems to have ended tions wearing U often a sadly dilapifixed on February 2- - as the date for very well then Everything went smoothly six years and in 1849 Uncle Ben took one 0on This money was raised in Eng Â¬ Will also grind corn on cob To show how little work a trotter that and the proposed Dramatic Club has col dated aud deserted look and the ap in town the execution to take place till we reached Halletsville in Lavacca of the offices from him He was tucceed land by floating the stock of bis Hon Â¬ has his speed wants when the object to be lapsed It now remains for the merrv youth pearance of the people far ofteuer in for the public Grinding day Saturday county The heavy rains had swolen the ed in turn by Ben C our present County duras mines which he proposes to deleaf Clah accomplished is merely one fast mile it to meekly wait for the advent of the pic23 T S MOBERLEY Lavacca river and undermined the bridge Clerk my experience than at the East iudi who was Circuit Clerk from velop There is no extradition treaty A new literary and social club was or may be 6aid that previous to his mile in nic neason The long freight train consisting of more 1849 to 1862 caling an absence of hiefulness for the Squire Richard Bonsel was Dr Ta mages salary as oue of tbe between the United States aud Hon ganized here last week Its first meeting at Lexington last 216 as a Mr Thos Perkins who bought W T future and a sort of dogged resignation editors of the Ladies Home Journal is duras than twenty cars went down engine first then elected to the Circuit Court Clerkwill be held tonight at Dr A Wilkes fall Edgemark was driven but three mile King farm has moved to his new pur to Ihe inevitable Do uot forget that I believed to be 12 000 a year the same cars following a distance of torly or fifty ship and held the office until 1884 when Are you restles i at night and harass Â¬ Smiths residence The meetings ari to in 230 or better and that after a Urge chase and expects to put the old popular am speakiug of the settlers iu scattered as he receives from his church aa Its ed by a bad cough feet to the bottom of the river There he was deleated by Bush W Allin a son Ue Dr J H Mc be held with the members and a supper season in the stud Before he left Boston store house in running gear sometime in settlements on the prairie aud in the were on the train fourteen or fifteen per- Â¬ of Ben C who is the present Circuit Leans Tar Wine lung Baimit win seÂ¬ pastor givn at each meeting Pro Wm Will sons All went down Edgemark went a mile and repeat in 250 tha early spring cure you sound sleep aud effect a except one man Clerk Ben C was ousted from the Counlimber Mauy a lime entering their 27 39 son is President and Prof Preston Secre- Â¬ LADIES and after reaching Lexington trotted prompt and radical cure- 227 who jumped off and of that number six are ty Courts office during the war lor a peI have found well educated Needing a tonic or children that want balldlnf There is a certain mahogany colored dwellings tary Subject are assigned at one meetThis is a picture of McGinty He has a mile in 2 194 starting two days later to nn should take known to have been killed or drowned riod of four years during which time the women from eastern homes and mauy Hon Chauocey F Black of Penn Â¬ BROWNS IKON BITTKHS ing for discussion at the next just come up having been down a week beat that mark which he did very hand Â¬ disciple in this section whose fertile imagyou enres Malan Indices Through the kind providence of God I office was held by Dr C S Asbell This sylvania in a letter to the President of It Is pleasant to take ination renders his facilities for seeing and times have put the quest ion Do with the Grippe All dealers keep lt See how dire the effect somely by doing the distance in 216 Uon and Biliousness The Will tat Bat Want Drink western better than eastern life came out unhurt except one or two very period it the only time since this ha been tbe Ohio Association of Democratic communicating with spirits from the land like Stock Farm A man who is a Mason got married slight bruises not enough to amount to a county that one or both offices haye not all Clubs takes tbe ground that by the On last Thursday night when the memunrest very interesting to those whom aud the answer has been I wish we DRUNKENNESS LIQIOR HABIT of Mr Crit Davis is building at the Fair he reveals his visionary experience He were back East I do not recall an exWhen the caboose went down been in the Allin family and in 1S66 Ben It wa not recently but he married just plentiful organization of clubs the bers of the lodge of Good Templars as anything the World there is net One Care the tame His wife like all other wives Grounds a miniature track nearly one I was near the door in the hind part and C Democratic party can easily carry Con Â¬ The picture Mr Cook gives gift ception the present Clerk was re elected sembled at their room on Main itreet Dr Haiaes tielaea Specific claims he possesses the supernatural was not a Mason at least not one of the eighth of a mile in length upon which he It can lie given In a enp of tea or coffee gress this year and the Presidency in they were delighted as welt as surprised fell from there to the other end a distance County Clerk and has held it uninter- Â¬ and a few nights since of farm life among the iaolated com to see things goat riding kind She wanted to know expects to try a new course of training without the knowledge of Ihe person taking to find that the good ladies of the institu I suppose of twenty five or thirty feet rupted ever since a period of nearly 41 came in contact with another of his pil munities of the newer Western States II effecting a speedy and permanent turv 1892 all about masonry thinking no doubt that with the youngsters As toon as the grim brothers and swore he recognized is a sad one and there is no reason to whether the patient la a moderate drinker or tion had prepared a supjer Having After falling I found myself in the water years barring the period during the war Road horses trotters and runners au alcoholic wreck Thousands of drunkardu if it it a good thing the more of it you have weather will permit he will turn theyearl heen I have fared bountifully the condition of the so I began to climb up to get above it and of four years The office o County Clerk the spirit of one dead whom he knew in doubt that it is true The conclusions have iaa- - i111 cured who have taken Hie t olden- shod in any manner desired jar - ciajw i H1 in the family the better But the infor- ingt and green wiuiuul inch uirtr loose upon life returned to have some secret wish he draws from ins personal observa- - niWHic lodge numerically and otherwise was when I succeeded in getting my head will have been in this family 100 years ay lhluk tey quit drinking of just received an extra lot of four year BIlU mation she received was not entirely sat- the track without a particle of harness on i ru 11 al fiirnixra in I lit-- M iitJlf t htir own freewill No harmful eflect re- fulfilled Would such apostles only culdiscussed The membership numbers above water so I could see found myself next September and the Circuit Court isfactory The subject HiiltM from IU administration Cores guaran old second growth timber for repairing so disturbed her them and will daily exercise them drivClerkship in the family for eighty years about forty and the lodge is in every way in the cupola on the caboose I extricattivate the companionship of the plow Slates and even in New England if teed semi for circular aud full particulars all kinds of wagons All work guar 111 coundence CUDkS SeECIFK I Addresa 17 16 ed myself from this little prison by breakUncle Ben had a brother Jack who equilibrium that she dreamed about it ing them before him on a horse He will handles more closely more sleep would be they are iudustrious au thrifty are flourishing ISo KaceHt Cincinnati O anteed at the very lowest prices Shop night her husband was net only shortly after seeing their gaits which ing a window and climbing out on top of was Clerk of HunUville Missouri who One necessary and such strange apparitions better oft than those of the West iu the drug store The Daaghter sf A Hera aroused from his slumbers but sadly this treatment will encourage them to de In Detroit Mich Christmas Eve back of Brookss aflUoai he describes His advice to such Respectfully Here a fearful sight met my held the office for urumber of years and the caboose would fade from hit superficial brain frightened by a terrific noise in their velop be enabled to select those he thinks Miss Mildred Lee daughter of the late eyes The broken up cart were being he in turn was succeeded by two tons who as are restive auJ desire 10 try their General R A Alger supplied 1500 8 L MIDRIFF 8febly room He called out excitedly whos it will pay to train He will then boot or wood and barrels Gen Robert E Lee has arrived in Frank MATRIMONIAL thrown up from the bottom of the river held the office for a iong while and still fortunes iu the West is to stay at home families with coal The Priuce of Wales was recently The answer which came between these and bitten them giving them exer- Â¬ of Dour while 500 boys were supplied fort to visit Mrs Governor Buckner by the raging flood and they tossed and another nephew Thomas H was Clerk there and cultivate their lands to Ihe best of groans and sobs was its nobody but me fined Ave shillings in a Police Court for Dr J Lcn Harris and Miss Margaret Mist Lees face is full of character her piled over and upon each other as though of Kirtsville Missouri for three terms cise in this manner until they are ready their ability with schools and churches with suits of clothes letting his dog a superb Siberian Henry will be married on the 29th inst at close at hanu and with social surround Â¬ eyebrows are thick and dark the hat iron they were straws a most terrible whirl- Phil Allin a son of Uncle Ben it Circuit Then she scrambled around and got back for the harness and sulky Harrodsburg airlMU hound go abroad without a muzzle the retidence of Mr G M Fishback The ings that are congenial It may be a gray hair and it unusual v intellectual and pool filled with almost everything imagin- Clerk of Claiborne Texas and has been into bed half mad and half crying while Democrat HrWnrtbew8ooTmiaSTBcrthoUarwart be uasd when children an catting tcata It IV Finally he sat there in utter amazement will be quiet and only relative of accomplished Other young ladies at the able from the wreck with occasionally a for three termt of two years each An Exposure to rough weather getting desirable thing he says to import aprodanafral At the Glen view closing out sale in 186 wedding liavtatbtlMkraarntntaa will be invited quia Imp aad Uw little cherub awakaaa tries t wet living in damp localities are fa Governor are Miss Tommy Duke of human being clinging on to the timbers other son William B of this place was he asked what in the world had happened Mr Fred Seacord of Galetburg Illinois the young people - it is very pteaaani to u Scandinavian colonists to occupy the a a Bansii vorable lo the contraction of diseases of At Louisville Mits trying to save the little life he had in him County Attorney for 12 years and I and if the house had fallen down Mitt Hayes and aootbea the ehfld softens the guauauaTa all pais what was then considered the crazy deserted farms of New Eugland for As a pre naaoa 7 tbe kidueys and bladder DIED length the agreed to explain provided he paid nwaia aaa u om mi Claiborne ol Virginia The latter This subsided in a few seconds and the doubt if there it a man in the county who price of 7025 for the brood mare Reina they constitute the very best element ventive and fur the cure of all kid wouldnt laugh at her and never tell any is Mrs Bucknert sister Kentuckian ney and liver trouble Ueelhat valuable immigraut population but it tide bore us down the river Two or could beat him now if he offered for the body She related that in a dream she Victoria in foal to Pancoast says the Brutus Crooke aged 58 died in Kansas of our 60 remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and Ckiacau feaTerre Haute Express After keeping the City Mo Monday January 13th The would be much better be thinks if nathree hundred yards down the river the place One of the most remarkable 27 39 per boiile nw him leave home to attend the lodge mare a little over a year and Nothing is harder to bear than a Kidney Balm for a short time tures of Uncle Bens office holding is yet getting a colt deceased was a native of this county a tive Americans could be induced to caboose and drill lodged ttaaa Teearee Sale an Kaaaa Craaa and that she attempted to follow him At succession of pleasaut days sighaud apply to long There am 96119 paupers exchwlve at standing in the mid- to come At the last primary there were the lodge she saw him ascend a great she was sold to Edgewater Farm for resident of Richmond for many j ears and take the vacant farms Co Planters Ware on some willow trees J S Pheipt ed tbe umbrella maker votes cast of which he got 1706 the highest price ever paid for a brood labor and vagrants and lunatic in London at house Louitvile Ky sold for Jeff Suth- dle of the stream Taking advantage of 1707 had many relatives and acquaintances in their improvement the same flight of steps to high that she could 550 For her weanling colt this county mare at auction would be compelled I left the driftwood and Uncle Ben refusing to vote for himself energy that they erland of Clark county his entire crop of this opportunity Fire lornado and Accident Insur Â¬ tha preaentjina scarcely see to the top When he had dis was an old negro He is the only man who ever run for of- appeared at the top of the steps she be by Pancoast Mr Seacord realized 5555 to exercise at the West Powell represents Ten of tbe largest 7 32 ance written by Powell new Burley 6 hhds at 1850 o went into a tree There Walker Blaine the eldest son of the 3 At the same Glenview sale a yearling man on the tame broken car with me He fice in the county who got the entire ote gan the journey Fire Insurance Ootnpauiee and writes Reaching the last tcp in Washington I2 7C 9 JO S 00 Average by pounds followed my example and went into an- Â¬ cast He it in hit eighty second year and A special from Amory Miss says chestnut colt Muscovite by Nutwood Secretary of State died Five years ago while John Mock and Mills Stores Dwelling- - Stables and she was terrified to find a jumping off On tame day sold Wm Tucker 13 05 He was not Count Foster and Galena ran Saturday City after a few days illness Taylor Potts of Carlisle were in Flor- Live Stock at Lowest Rates Ml other tree The drift toon lelt and there enjoys good health and attends to the du- place with nothing and nobody in sight dam Reina Victoria was sold to Mr G of Clark county entire crop ot 12 hhds quite 35 years of age and was Solicitor of morning for second place In the all ida tbey bought 80 acres of laud near we were in those trees in the middle of ties of the office with the regularity that H e must have jumped to some great depth A Langueduc of Montreal P Q for t3 2 75 Joseph Jeflerauu and William J the State Department under the adminis- aged pointer stake Galena winning 1150 198019 Ocala at 125 per acre Letters were 1450 Now comes the word that Mr singing river whose waters were roar- he did thirty y ears ago In 1878 he got below But the had essayed to follow so 1790 630 5 3o 4 75 1375 Average the tration of his father The winners of this stake are First received last week from parties there Florence are iu tbe spring to appear Seacord has purchased Muscovite The his second tight and lie now tees as well off All this in the dream she jumped per pound cents This was a medium ing and leaping upon them Without Mrs Mattie P Sullivan died in Rich- Tribulation 250 owned by Rev Mr offering them 6000 per acre for their in Tbe Heir at Law price is not given but as his full brother coat or hat 1 remained there from 7 oclock as he did when be was a youth while in reality she had climbed up on the crop and preponderance of low grades land as phosphate has been discovered He and his excellent wife Aunt Susan top of the high foot board f an old fash Russia has within the last year been sod mond Ky on Friday morning January Stevenson of Staunton Tenn second Sick headache wind on tbe stomach r m until 10 or oclock the next day for 15000 it must be well up The prices 17th 1S90 after an illness of four days Galena 150 owned by J E Gill of on it Milersburg cor in Bourbon biltouatiesa nauea are promptly and with the rain pelting upon me and the had born to them 11 children 9 of whom ioned bed and jumped off on the floor agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc Pa third Count Foster News paid at the Glenview tale were at that She was the wife of P 11 Sullivan and Franklin Messrs G J White and Son have told cold wind almost chilling my life out The grew to be men and women He has 20 Leaus Little Liver and Kiduey Pillets Peyton deceased 100 owned by Dr J B Holmes of U C Clarke af This City Gets 30000 time considered to be out of all range of daughter of James Y Mr to O S and J F Coney of Wayne citizens of the town collected upon the grand children and 2 great grand children Physicians prescribe Dr J H Mc 26c a viaJ Ohio Tribulation aud Frant The Laaisiana State Lattery reason but there was not a tingle pur- - The funeral took place from the Metho- Zanesville Tar Wine Lung Balm j In It county 40 yearling mule for 3 470 or banks and worked many hours trying to None of his children had over two children Leans Is It actually true that you have re-- chase made that within a year after ws dist Church at ti oclock on Saturday Galena were handled by Stevenson they find no trace of opium or morphia per head Of the number ii were rescue us Having no boats they im- Â¬ born to them except Bush W who has anJ the burial in Richmond Cemetery aud Count Foster by Cbarles Tucker while its efficacy in curing ah throat or dolmare mules extra nice and fat provised a raft of lumber but the wter twelve If there is a family more re- ceived a part of lie capital prise iu the not worth two hundred cents on the 27 3fi Remaining uncliml in the Poat Deceased was taken on Monday with La Tucker also handled the dogs that won lung diseases is wonderful Mr C C Chritman told to the tame was too rough They could not reach us markable for holding office I would like hut drawiug of the Louisiana State lar Exchange Ky week ending Offlce at Riehuv which probably superinduced her first money in the derby 450 and Grippe asked a reporter lor The The history of Bell Boy is still fresh in Queen Victoria thinks of making a January 21st parlies 25 mules iS of which were mares In the morning when the river had run to hear from them And there it not a Lottery 250 The death if not the direct cause Mr and first In the all aged setter MrRohan John Burkt Rev G H visit to Ireland to allay agitation down to they couid two men swam out to county in the State that has better Clerks Star Sayings of Mr H C Clarke a the memory of mott if not all of our Mrs Sullivan had lived in Kansas since at S6 50 per head weai her was cloudy aud cooler This Caine Nettie It is proposed that next ycuog iitographer employed at August readers he being one of the mott noted White and Son have told to Mr B F me with a rope which I tied around under than Mercer and returned to this place ends the meeting and tbe Southeru Porter He Cooper fat It Cared Brigat Diaaaaa He was a their marriage with this security 1 went into September Mercer celebrate the centen- Â¬ Gusts aud residiug at No 712 North horses ever foaled in America my arm Patton 4 cotton mules 15 per head Corn Mi Marv 3 Puree Field Trials Club is to he congratulated only two or three weeks ago Spekdwem Ky May 4 1889 This Yes said he I bay stallion about 15 hands high foalMr Beverly S Terrill hat told to the the water and partly swam and was partly nial election of the first of the Allin in Cctnptou avenue upon their second success Every one is to certify that 1 bad Bright Disease Green Miss Jennie Strider CaWilia SETTLE UP The ed at Palo Alto Cal 18S5 His tire was Hamilton J M 18 cotton mules at 120 per head dragged out Any way 1 am out safe a way to make the old mans heart proujer have received 30000 in cash tame or something very much like it and Rosier Bell S expressed satisfaction with the mau Electioneer and his dam Beautiful Bells I was in the tree 15 or 16 hours than it was on last election day when he money was paid to me by tbe ContiMr j C Armstrong has told to Alex and well was in very feeble health This wa agemeut and the judges decisions nn Everybody knowing themselves in nental National Bank of St Louis is dam of Hinda Rose 3 years 219 I used one dozen j Mayor k Co Myr Young the year of 1887 of Garrard county 22 cotton mulct and a mott terrible night it wss My car got every vote cast but his own 17 1890 bottles of Smiths Kidney T01 Lost last Friday January Uncle Bens actual term of office does now in my poseasiou and a part ot it St Bel 4 years and Palo Alto debted to me are requested to call and Young 224 of houMhold goods was lost So you see at 00 per head John H His second settle at once I need the money and oue nice white afcart trimmed and I am now in better health than I nave wili go into an elegant little home for Belie 222 by The Moor Post Office hoora from in mulct change we have not even a quilt to go to house not include all his time spent in the office Thus nearly 10500 been for years Money order a at keeping with again until we buy which He acted as deputy to both his father and myself and my family My ticket was dam was Minnehaha dam of five in the must have it Will be found at my old embroidered Finder please return to James M Hekdreh hands in the Kingston neighborhood to No 218 Eiet Main Street Tosie Bro ks C E SMITH Hold by W G White Pre cription hours proi When this time it considered he number 93 list by Stephens Bald Chief Bell Boy drugstore St Louis tMo Gentry Brot we will do as soon as Maggie and the brother Cotby told to Mobericy 25 Dru It aad get reward regarded by offices ere Nov It hi brothers and sitters has been in one or the other of the children get here i cotton mulct for 3100 and HE CLIMAX l blue-gras- Tw Lf ft Out Recently The Climax spoke of the small number of men now living in the county who had been elected to office In giving their names we omitted two well known citizens Capt P P Ballard and Mr George Samuels We had gotten Mr Samuels confused with Mr Tom Samuels who recently removed to Pine ville Capt Ballard was in the Legisla ture more than forty years ago and being an exceedingly reticent and modest gen- Â¬ tleman never mentions the subject to the rising generations We shall arm ourself with a copy of Fillsons history of the last century to keep even with the Captain and others like him Forged Checks Three separate attempts were made the past week to pass forged check on the Second National Bank this place and one on the First National Thursday a negro presented r check at the Second payable to John Hickman for n and signed by Johnny Miller who the negro said was Mr John C Miller this county It was at once pionounced a forgery Two others one for 20 in favor of Will Ruck cr and signed by Steven Walker and the other for a small amount signed by Win Cochran were presented at the Second At the First on Saturday evidently the same parties presented a check for 333 in favor of Charlie Williams and signed by W H Barnctt Suspecting that the names were forged the bank held the check but refused to pay it Â¬ The Big Mill Accident with Loss of Life frsnalf- - for over 65 years There is not a book or deed or anything else in that office he can not put his hand on almost in the dark RELIGIOUS - Â¬ Aan4r Fn 1 T- - 1 liv three-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Taylor Hair Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Farm and best I Â¬ market Â¬ - Â¬ i v- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o TTjfr Jfj io6 - Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ II Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tt two-year- d Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 fr Â¬ Â¬ wn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 7- Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ iu 11 Â¬ J75 Â¬ 1 atl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Star-SayiL-- irnt Shows through A 6 BY 6 RHYME THE 10 COMMANDMENTS nd bay from ue Thiak Carefully Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest IV hen Bargains are Offered X Act Immediately 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place I Hi W Main 5 Dm Honestly Ih Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know 1 I ALL ABOUT RACCOONS ONE OF THE ANIMALS YOU CANT CATCH IN A TRAP OUT OF WATER They Are Very Fond of Crawfish and Caa Be Trapped Under Water How to Smoke Him Out of a Tree His Habits in Winter FApecially the Long Fast A queer little boy who bad been to school And was up to all aorta at tricks Discovered that 0 when upside down Would pass tor the figure 6 So when asked bis age by a good old dame Tbe comical youngster said Im 9 when I stand on my feet like this But C when I stand on my bead I Frem Chatterbox WINGS What matter it though life uncertain be To all What though its goal Be never reached What though it fall and flee Have we not each a soul Bay Frequently Reasonably If You Would PlaBM Da 4 Has Ever Been Our Aim 10 PAY lK M1TLY Is Our Earnest Keque Follow the TKN IN A soul that quickly must arise and soar To regions far moro pure Arise and dwell where pain can be no more And every joy is sure Be like the bird that on a bough too frail To bear him gayly swings He carols though the slender branches fail He knows that be has wings Victor Hugo t they will ultimately lead you to success and and make us happv MMAMMKTS Smallpox SHACKELFORD DKALERS I GENTRY IS ALL KINDS r II K1VAKK STOVES TINWARE W N DKNVAKF BO6K FURNISHING X IDS ad Wajron Makers TeaU and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and JITTERINC FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOU HAY BAKES WHEELBABBOl FANCY OASTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 21S W MAIN STREET ETC AND YOU WILL FIND US SHACKELFOED i GENTRY 43- - muni Ky July 10 1889 BOOT RING STILL IN THE Lowontaner of Constantinople writing in The Bulletin General de The rapoutique No 82 1889 speaks very en- Â¬ couragingly of the success attending an antiseptic method of treating this disease which he tried in several cases The ad Â¬ vantages of this method of treatment are summed up by The Medical Record as follows 1 All the children treated in this way recovered although the ordinary mortality of the disease is 40 per cent 2 The duration of the disease was decidedly shortened the j eriod elapsing from the commencement of the eruption to the falling off of the crusts being twelve or thirteen days 3 Tbe 0 rati its entire course almost without fever 4 The danger to those around the patient is greatly lessened In Dr Lotven timers cases the e were other children exposed hut notwithstanding that they were nut vaccinated they did not contract the disease 5 The simplicity of the method as compared with the treatment by baths and cold applications has much to recommend it 6 Esthet ically also the antiseptic method of treatment offers great advantages since it prevents absolutely all pitting Dr Â¬ Â¬ ad o SHOE HOUSE AM HEBE WE DOME AOAD3 WITH A PBESH LOT OK CHOICE TO BE ENLAItUED Groceries RemodeleD -- FOB TOE NEW YEAR We handle the best ot evervlhinj and give you the On acrount of Hie Inconvenience Ilia we Imve ilecided will occur tlieiefroiii loseil out our enormous stock of kr id PRICES Mk tee new Boots Shoes HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS AT A Dickens Letter to ills Sons Here is a letter from Dickens addressed to his younger sons on their leaving home one for Cambridge the ether for Australia in which the fathers heart and the deeper side of his nature reveal themselves You will remember he says to both that you have never at home been wearied about religious observances or You will therefore mere formalities understand the better that I now most solemnly impress upon you the truth and beauty of the Christian religion as it comes from Christ himself and the impossibility of your going far wrong if vou humbly but heartily respect it Similarly I impress upon you the habit of saying a Christian prayer night and morning These things have stood by me through my life and remember that I tried to render the New Testament intelligible to you and lovable to you when you were a mere baby And so God bless you Ever Your Affectionate Father Â¬ Â¬ An Eccentric our oaaaaaded thanks to our large list of customers who have patronizel us so liberally and promise to treat them as well in the fatara a in the p eastomers as old on Great SACRIFICE Kroru now until the builder begin and complete their work aTTh will be a rare oppor- Hagan Br ChenaiiLt rnett House T tunity lor the people of Richmond and Madison county to get the Biggest Bargains i G0RMLE1 siddles WCGORMLBY 00 tinue in their elegant house 1 They have ever received from any source for our stock is one of the best and largest in CENTRAL KENTUCKY This is no catch penny to get rid of goods but we are in earaeal tot everything we say We have 11 But the best and most frequent specimens of an eccentric nation hail from the land of John Bull Among them is mentioned Mr Cecil S The Figaro warily suppresses the surname who for many years made Paris ring with stories of his wild doings Finally gout attacked him and he was doomed to The perpetual confinement at home ballet having always been specially patronized by him Mr S started a ballot within his own four walls where he kept an entire stage with all that beÂ¬ longs to it including costumes of every Five or six spectators possible variety were invited to the choreographic spec- Â¬ tacles the artists in which were paid Alwith more than princely liberality though Mr S could never set a foot outside his house ho always retained his ten horses and four carriages which were regularly driven about in the liois and on tho Injulevards somewhat like the empty carriages 3een behind a beans New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m mm conoar- - Curious Wsto In a Waterfall A Boatm lawyer the latest styles in Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied bv P Herndon as a drug store We have al Ladies9 Shoes the latest styles in We have all the best makes and latest styles in MADE TO ORDER of the beet rials and by the best work- Misses and Childrens Shoes men We have a full stock of ling Blankets Horse Boots ts Stirrujts Sjmr les Trace Chains Collar la Is Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles IJold and Silver Buck We have the largest line of Harness Oils Harness Soaps I x Sales m Harness MENS SHOES AND BOOTS Infants9 Shoes In the CJity We have the in Maine tells of a curious phenomenon existing at the Livermore falls in that state At the foot of one of the dams the descending water seems to le driven back with so much force that half way up the column of water there is an ever moving line of water like a crease in a piece of cloth This has an effect upon the surrounding atmosphere that is almost incredibly great The phenomenon is not observable at all tms but when the wave is vibible on the failing water objects suspended in the air at some distance from the falls are ob-Â¬ served to vibrate perceptibly in a regular movement The vibration while per- Â¬ ceptible at the time when the wave can be seen seems to stop almost instantly after the wave disappears and it seems almost certain that the latter causes the former Boston Advertiser Â¬ Â¬ returned from a trip EE Fancy Bridles g t BOYS SHOES best selection of The Courts Fool Trace Chains and everything a com and y i Harness Shop A Light Road Track Harness The market affords such as Knox Qonaley made the harness with Stikk ami Sianta Fkit Hats afW We have an abundant sup vrhiell Susie S won her great Bufply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts and aba that wilk which Vara raised herself Iruui Ifli- - Suspenders Gents Hosierv Ac All tob 0 - HATS Â¬ John Heywood was fool to Henry VIII having been introduced to the king by Mary Tudor had a Sir Thomas More great regard for Hey wood who indulged in much audacious talk Bold as were his sayings few of them appear witty How do you A landlord asked him like my beer Is it not well hopped So well replied Heywood that had it hopped a little further it would have Dr Doran in his hopped into water Hisiory of Court Fool gives several specimens of Heywoods rhymed epi- Â¬ grams One of them is perhaps worth transcribing Where am waist I least husband art Quoth he In the ALL 41 4d WORE WARRANTED AT COST At Cost AT COST Jive us a call and see for yourself Respectful v Which cometh of this thou laoed Where am I biggest wife vengeahle strait In the waist too quoth she For all is waste in you as far as I can see Jornhill Magazine A Shrewd Motc Fine ss Carriages WALLACE OF ARTISTIC RICE Did you ever hear any one say he had trapped a coon said P B Eyler of Pittsburg who lias been spending a few days on Lake Keuka and says that if there is anything he knows all about its If any one ever told you he coons trapped a coon in the woods he told what Coons cant be trapped never happened except in one way and I never fcund a coon hunter yet who knew how it was done The coon leaves the coldest scent be- Â¬ hind it of any animal that lives but it carries the keenest scent in front of it of You may track a coon to nny animal his home in the crevice of some rock which is a favorite retreat for him You may place your trap in front of thj hole and disguise it as you may cover t with leaves a foot deep if you like but that 000a will never leave that hole as long as tliat trap is there He will starve to death first as I have proved on more than one occasion He can smell the iron of that trap and Ivy seems to know the danger it threatens him with He knows it will be death to leave the hole Ad he prefers death by starvation to I have tried iron traps being trapped anil snares and all sorts of device but could not succeed in fooling one of these wise litle animals into getting caught by me until one day a new idea struck me It isnt often you see a coon in the daytime unless you know where to look for them If there is a creek in your vicinity in which crawfish are plentiful you will be likely to discover sorae epicurean coon fishing for them if you hide at the side of the creek and keep very quiet The coon is particularly fond of crawfish The way he fishes for them is to uadc in the creek generally going down the stream The crawfish live un- Â¬ der the stones on the bottom Tho coon feels under each stone he comes to with his fore paws thrusting one under on one side and the other on the other side It is a comical sight to see a coon Ashing He keeps his head high in for crawfish the air moving it up and dovn and to and fro his eyes evidently gazing at nothing every sense seeming to te con- Â¬ centrated on the business beneath the water You can tell in a second when ho has fastened on a crawfish for ho expression on his face changes intitantly from the dull vacant stare to one of brightness and animation He draws the erti lish out of the water and standing on his hind feet rolls it smartly beÂ¬ tween his paws This crushes the shell and claws of the crawfish and makes the sweet meat more accessible The coon eats his capture with great relish and then logins the search for another one Vhile watching a coon fishing in this way one day I got the new idea of trap- Â¬ ping for coons I thought that by plac- Â¬ ing a steel trap under the water in the creek where coons did their fishing they could Ijo deceived and more than likely caught I tried the experiment I sank two traps at different places on a favorite crawfishing route for coons ard the Lsainc afternoon found a coon m each trap And that is the only way yau can trap a coon I often hear hunters talk about smoking coons out of hollow trees where they have Ixtii located If they say they have done the smoking by burning straw or or substances of that kind I dont U lieve them Coon hunters in western Pennsylvania know by long experience that there is only one thing the smoke of which w ill force a coon to bert a re trut from his hollow tree Yrou may burn leaves or straw till the cows come home but you wont get your coon Yuu cui hear him sneezing every little while like a man with the hay fever but that is all the effect the smoke will have on him If you want to get your coon by smoking him out of the tree you must take what we call a sulphur mate a over in western Pennsylvania The coon hunting sulphur match is made by melting down a quantity of sulphur in a saucer and saturating a strip of mjslin a few inches long and an inch or two wide in it WhtJi you run your coon into a hollow tree all youve got to do is to put your sulphur match at the bottom of the hole and light it It wont be brrning ten seconds before Mr Coon will jiopout of his hollow as if hed been shot from a catapult and then if you dont get him its your fault I never read anything alxnit the habits of the coon yet that didnt say that the animal lays up stores to subsist oa during the winter and I never metarybody who professed to know anything about coons that didnt hold the same thing A coon depends on stores it collects tc see it through winter just about m much as the bear does and everyhpdy knowt that the bear goes to sleep in his hole when the weather drives him in and doesnt generally wake up until spring and so ho cant eat much Ths coon ie same thing except that lie will wake up now and then on some fine day and take a little stroll through tho coun- Â¬ try When he goes to his winter home he rolls himself with lus nose between his hind legs and very close to his hams at that and gives himself up to oblivion When he comes out in the spring hes as thin as a shadow Ive cut down dozens of coon trees in the winter and always found the coons in that rolled up position with not a vestige of anything to eat in the hole If a coon comes out on a winters day and the ground is all cov- Â¬ ered with snow he will accept tht inev- Â¬ itable and walk on the snow to hw desti- Â¬ nation but if the snow is in pate ties or lies in scattered banks the coon will follow tho leading of the bare ground around the patches of tnow keeping shv of all contact with them although such a course may lead him miles out of his way The coon is an interesting creat- Â¬ ure and is worthy of a good deal of 6tudy Hamniondsport Cor New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ So Such PIbob Some queer things happen In a news paper office occasionally Tho other evening a special came flashing over one of The Republics leased wires from New York giving an account of an event tliat had occurred at Concord Ask New York if that Is Concord Mass or Concord N H said the night editor to the operator A few seconds later the telegraph ma- Â¬ nipulator reappeared with tbe announce Â¬ ment New York says there is no such place as Concord Mass What gasped the editor as his eyes rolled in a fine frenzy What Just ask that operator again The operator complied The answer came ticking back Theres no such place as Coucord Mass The night editor arose in solemn dig- Â¬ nity Just ask him he repeated if he heard of the town that fired the ihot that was heard around the world Ask him he went on wildly if he ever heard of Paul Revere Again the op- Â¬ erator complied and brought back word that no one in the office had ever heard of the place The night editor controlled himself enough to send his condolences and remarked that it would be well to keep from the ears of the office cat the knowledge that no one in that particular newspaper office knew of Concord the home of Emerson and Thorerui and Al cott Just then the operator shouted They have f utai it You mean the place where they hold the School of Philosophy Well stuff for that place has been going to Boston for fifteen years and this is the first time 1 ever heard of Concord To the Western Union operators therefore there is no such place as Concord Mass St Louis Republic Sir Edwin Arnolds Jewels Sir Edwin is a man of medium height and swarthy complexion full black beard and hair neatly trimmed face strongly marked and eye alert and geni- Â¬ al His manner is cordiality itself He is a rapid talker and in his accent espe- cially in what an American may call the wheedling inflection he is emphatically English The daughter shows her moth- Â¬ ers training and like a high bred American girl is self poised and self reliant without audacity and modest without constraint and diffidence Like her father she is a good talker and a good listener I ventured to ask the distinguished vis-Â¬ itor if he would show me the jeweled decorations bestowed upon him by his queen and by the Oriental sovereigns He graciously consented and asked Miss Arnold to set them out I have to cart them about he added for they will They will be required help me onward The table sparkled during the journey royally when the orders were all spread out gold and jewels wought in artistic forms hung from gorgeous ribbons Chief among them was the great star of India as big as the palm of ones hand of solid silver and gold set in diamonds and bear ing the motto Heavens Light Our This was given by the queen Guide in recognition of his poem The Light Washington Cor Philadel- Â¬ of Asia phia Press Â¬ Â¬ Expert Testimony on Insanity expert witness in cases of insan- Â¬ ity and crime these questions should it seems to me be put Was the prisoner insane at the time when he committed the act of which he is accused Was his insanity of such a nature and degree as to deprive him of control over his con- Â¬ duct What are the grounds upon which you have formed these opinions It would then remain for the jury aided by the judge and with the assistance of other experts if necessary to decide on the validity of the grounds stated and on the weight to be attached to the opinions expressed Expert testimony to bo of the highest value ought of course to be founded on an examination or better still on re-Â¬ peated examinations of the accused made as soon as possible after the perpe Â¬ tration of the crime But insanity is a chronic disease and even when the ex- Â¬ pert has not seen the alleged lunatic until some time after his crime ho maj still be able to say whether in tbe course of a disease still existing or of the recent existence of which there are traces such a criminal act was likely to crop up as part and parcel of the disease and whether it is consistent with his experi- Â¬ ence aud with the history of the act that the accused could not help it Sir James C Browne M D in Popular Science Monthly To the Â¬ Carbonic Acid Gas for Raising Teasels In the account of a German establish- Â¬ Â¬ ment devoted to the manufacture of car bonic acid on a largo scale for industrial purposes recently contributed to The Wochen6chrift des osterr Ingenitur und Architekten Vereines referenco is made to an experiment carried out a short time ago at the government dock yards at Kiel with carbonic acid gas as a means of raising sunken vessels In the trial a number of balloons made of canvas were attached by divers to the submerged object to bo lifted the balloons being readily taken below in a col- Â¬ lapsed state Each balloon contained one or more flasks of liquid carbonic acid which at the proper time was per- Â¬ mitted to escape by the divers and in- Â¬ flating the balloons gave them sufficient buoyancy to raise the object Compared with the method of pumping atmospheric air into the balloons the carbonic acid process would seem to offer the advan tages of cheapness and simplicity tbe pumping outfit being dispensed with Besides this the lifting is accomplished in a relatively short space of time an important consideration where so unre- Â¬ liable a factor as the state of weather enters into the execution of a piece of wort Engineering and Building Rec- Â¬ ord Â¬ Â¬ New and Original Designs NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of the very latet t patterns They are for sale on the maxt reasonable terms If you want a vt hicle color Mid e me am you wont ki borne without one 5 JOHN DONELHOX i driver B A You see that fine house The man who owns it made all his money as a cab The Jasper Industry MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble How did he manage to do it Easy enough He made it a rule to know the exact minute when the train left in which his passenger was going and reaching the station at the very last moment the passenger could not dispute with him no matter what he charged Texas Sif tings Paris Its Oysters and Chickens curious is the effect of politics on the consumption of food curious and With us a general election unexpected is thought to lead to the absorption of a great deal of beer In Fiance the fever is led by solids On a recent Sunday Paris voted and dined The statistics of the provisions have since been made out two articles of consumption having been selected as typical The statistician for his own reasons has chosen oysters and fowls The patriotic Parisians ate on that Sunday 216400 kilos of oysters and 76164 kilos of fowl and a kilo is about two pounds They have published the statistics of the consumption on the pre vious Sunday It was a fine day earlier in the year and favorable for oyster and fowl eating But on that Sunday the Parisians consumed 100000 pounds weight less of oysters and 8000 pounds weight less of chickens It seems to be hungry work voting for or against Bou langer The Economist Â¬ Within two years the jasper industry has been developed and there are now t til- V wa tX KaL I - itf3EV SSKFREE ana jm l - tMr - llitFjF Ik -- I r T2 Ej TTa Ksnrr t LW 47 Bthi KwttMBl Min JIALAll L t liaTH l L rni IW HVMIIIMfiiart al - - - i BJ U m tliit to AYlttVf - c aa bu J - ra ri aa4 ll lul a ai1 - tt whs trnw mm iuw Hi aallTaVV ilnanktlfl 9 a - - HI - y Ir n -g i ill M For Sale or Rent Firt I desire to soil or rent privately the large two story Cil MlMllsilip AND LOWEST C02SISTZ2TT P2ICES We have the largest trade io Central STORE HOUSE Kentucky and guarantee atifaction for prices and information oefore order i nj any at le of work a ADAM8 4 BON Importers Lexington Ky Val 0Vrte Â¬ Taylors Buried Treasure Frank Taylor a very eccentric wealthy and frugal man living near Booneville died recently leaving a diagram show- ing the location of places where he had buried money twenty and thirty years ago The executor found under the porch sill in tin cans 67000 in gold and In the corner of the wood house 3000 in silver packed in glass jars The search is still in progress Little Rock Coi Kansas City Times four quarries employing nearly 1000 men in operation about Sioux Falls Tho market extends from Chicago to Kansas City Sioux Falls streets are paved with jasper and her four story buildings are constructed of il The stone is susceptible of a high degTee of polish and when finished looks much like the red granitoof Missouri The pioneer in the jasper industry discovered not long ago that the dust of the jasper which is half as hard as diamonds would polish the famous petrified wood of Arizona and make of it table tops and or- Â¬ naments more beautiful than agato or onyx The petrified wood is now brought from Arizona to Sioux Falls by the carload and jKilished in a variety of forms To the jasper industry the city ha added There the manufacture of chalcedony is a scientific mystery about this so called jasper Practically it is all right It utility hae been established but geologi- Â¬ cally there is no little uncertainty about it Those who know the most are the least positive in discussing its character ine of the scientific men who have looked at it call it red qWrrtzite Pro Â¬ fessor Wiuchell says it is the liardest stone in the United States that hits been used for building purposes The grain is very close The only element to which Far better llian the harsh treatmen it succumbs is fire It will stand a good crumbles like sandstone or of medicine which horribly gripe the degree but limestone under too intense heat New patient and destroy the coating of tbe York Telegram Dr stomas McLeans Chills Â¬ Â¬ Full Dress A gentleman who is now wealthy and occupies a high station in life says that be was a boy of 14 before ho owned a pair of boot3 Till that time he either went barefooted or wore such foot cov- Â¬ erings they could not be called shoes as bis father could make out of untanned cowhide or the skins of wild animals In this respect he was quite as well off as his playmates They went barefooted from April until November and it was not at all uncom- Â¬ mon to see young men and women walking the village streets barefooted al Â¬ though quite smartly dressed in other respects The father of tho gentleman referred to was a justice of the peace in a far western rural town and was often called upon to marry couples One day there drove up to his house a young man who wore a suit of shining black a spotless paper collar a new and showy plaid satin necktie and now gloves but nothing on his feet Jumping lightly to the ground ho gallantly assisted the young woman to descend and then it was dis Â¬ covered that she too was barefooted although she had white gloves on her hands and wore a white and heavily flounced lawn dress aud a showy hat with a strip of white veil dangling from it Hand in hand and wholly unconscious of anything anomalous in their appear- Â¬ ance they came into the houe and were made man and wife Then they departed and their baro feet left queer looking marks in the dusty path leading to the gate loutlis Companion Evolution of tha Voice Darwin secius inclined to believe that as women hare sweeter voices than men A MOUNTAIN DESCRIBES CLIMBER they were the first to acquire musl al J8T0VER A MILLION IHSTRIKTTKD powers tn order to attract the other sex A DAY AMONG THE GLACIERS bv which I suppose he means that the Â¬ feminine voice owes its greater sweet Reaattful Fields or Snow and White Cap Â¬ ness to more persevering culture for pur Â¬ ped Peaks Where Death Waits ou a Sln poses of flirtation I do not know Lottery Company ple Misstep Rescued from an Exceed Â¬ whether the ladies of the present day Louisiana State Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ The old and reliable Saddlaml or impeachment ingly Dangerous Position will own this soft its purposes Hatnaa Haaeeef will be flattered by the ucational and Charitable the presentand Mate Tom Kenyon never felt so unwilling whether thev franchise maJe a part of suggestion that their remote ance--- I Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming to get up as he did one morning early in lived in a perpetual leap year of court- - popular vote September 18 id Street next to Its Mammoth Drawings take pbee No He and Frank Marshall had settled to sliip Other emotions however besides the Semi Annuillv June and Pecemher and Gurnett Hon a complete make tho ascent of the Fisch Horn they ot love nao io ue ex its Grand Single Numlicr Drawit had arranged it with the guide Jules master passion pressed jov auger tear ami pain had niace in each of the other ten months of StOCK OI ijessure anu iney nau orucieu me umjia i crisi a -the year and are all drawn in public at o --- 11 J -i NfiriHSS Istilllfs to of the hotel to call them at 3 oclock in the Acad m of Vusic New Orleans La I1 the mornme Whips spur- - IIore Blankct whole muscular system into FAMED FOS TWENTY YEAES By 4 oclock they Btarted There was threw the per- Curry Uoml Bools contractions which in the case a blight rain falling but Jules declared violent muscles moving the chest and the For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Toe Weisjlits Soaps Oils and that it would clear On leaving the ho-Â¬ cf the cords naturally produced sound Payment oi Prizes attested as follows needeil by pi tel they turned to the left and for a vocal Wc do her- - bv certify that ve super- Â¬ everything e that is to say voice These movements vise the arrangements or all tbe Monthly who liantlle horses mile or two they kpt to the level road purposeless in The guide turned off to the right and at first accidental and associated with and Serai Animal Drawings of Tbe Lou time became inseparably isiana State Lottery Cosnpaoi and in per Saddles Manufactured to Order followed bv Kenvon and Marshall bo tionil state giving rise to them control the Drawings gaii to mount a steen narrow path It the ii coincide with it and thus serve son niiiiage and that the same are con- atil none but the best m so as to themselves and was gradually growing light Ladl Cietitieiii-nthereof From ducted with honest siraeaa and in good They turned a shoulder of the rocks M an index or expression iJ we authorize lioyd this to the voluntary emission of vocal lith toward all Saddled kept in which they were clambering and they and it is probable tbe Company to is- this certificate with ui every le ri saw through the rising mist the dim out- Â¬ sounds is an easy step those facsimiles ot our signatures attached in Harness wild enough that the character of line of tho huge Rinderhorn the its advertisements Trace iiains I v s primarily due to the imitascene had become extremely desolate sounds Belrybaada Col different natural The Hotel des Voyageurs perched high tion and modification of and Hame Strings Flow Lint tj valley was sounds the voices of other animals up on the farther side of the Sir Morell mans own instinctive cries Bridles Whip ard oilier Now the only sign of life or habitation Science Monthly and again a patch of snow told them Mackenzie in Popular used on taa farm thit they were leaving tho snow line be- Only experienced arorki Superstitions on Ctaanze neath them After a time they rearhed C us ployed is nmn in I do not believe that there the foot of a precipitous mass of rocks If you want a Saddle the jagged cruel looking rocks towered the world absolutely free of sueistition We the undersisned Banks and Bankers a fuiodred to select from here on change there is as and rifat up pitilessly above them I LeaeOTC stopped his regular machine much of it as anywhere If a pigeon will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana in price from 4 apwards may be presented at State should fiy into the hall it cannot get out our Lotleries which like strides He quickly roped Kenyon h want a set ol llarneaa you count then Marshall aud then himself leaving and men here aver that the market will President Louisiana 150 sets to select from ran R hi and being National RVMStEV about fifteen feet of rope between each not go down until it is shot price from 8 up bears tho execution of the unfortuof them President Sta Iiaaai Others tional Bank AH prices of Ilow U ir nate bird is at once ordered The snow field stretched on for rather more than a mile and at last they camo aver that a break in the market always ABaliiWin President New Orleans the cheapest to the bet National Bank to the foot of the highest peak of the follows spontaneous singing in the pit entirely new in Cun - t Cam Koijn President Union National thini mountain It roso up fiercely into tho There are fifty men in tho body who will handsomest lot ol lap The sky The rocks forming this peak were neither buy nor sell on Friday and oth- Â¬ Bank 41- partially covered with snow and they ers that avoid number thirteen on a car GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ever brought to Richmond looked terribly grim and forbidding or invoice as they would a pestilence A 15 K C T WELL8 But now that tiie goal was in view they cross eyed man is bad lack so is shaking At the Academe of Music New Orleans pressed on eagerly It was a severe hands with a man wearing gloves A TUESDAY Fl BRU rsRYll The snow had made the rocks hunchback is good luck if accidentally scramble slippery and it was necessary in places thrown against you but bad luck if you CO to clamber like cats but eventually they purposely rub against him Pick up a 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each C reached the top and sat down upon the handful of wheat and count the grains Halves 10 Quarters j Tenths sharp jagged point Every side of theta if an even number you will have good Twentieths t the rocks shelved down precipitously for luck if odJ you will lose on the day LIST OF PRIZES thousands of feet The sun had become Never permit a man to present you with 1 Prize of SjOoooo is liiril ill 300000 overcast clouds were gathering it was a knife but rather pay him a nickel for Prize of ltoooo is lOuOoO him bitterly cold and soon ic began to snow it Do not mistake a man and call is Prize of There was a sudden and awful roar by the wrong name or tho market will Prize of Jsooo is J5CH o like the sound of thunder then a deep go against you These are a few of the Piizes of loooo are Only a sijunre from Hie our Przts of 5000 are terrifying ibration What on earth is petty superstitions which men permit to 25000 You dont liave to i eud away out tn 1000 are worry them Interview in St Louis that cried Kenyon a Prizes of lOo Prizes of 500 are I suspect it is an avalanche on tho Globe Democrat 50000 the depot i joo 1rizes of 3 said the guide Rinderhorn Ills Florida Fishing arc 500 Prizes of There was a dead silence then an- Â¬ Some of the fino fishing to bo had in tfyhrtofToT at Col Ail tOXIMAIioX IKlZEb other terrific roar announcing that tho Florida can be imagined from the foltoo Prizes ol 500 are was going further on its way lowing scores received from Coronado avalanche 50000 100 do 30 XX down the mountain vk are After a short rest Beach near New Smyrna The fishing Soft Coal and Anthracite do are too on the top of the peak they began to was done on Sept 21 and tho species TKIMINAt IRIZES descend in reverse order They found taken were channel bass or red lish The Nat and Lamp Coai do the way down more easily The keen party included five anglers of skill Mr lOoare 00000 9 do 100 are air and the rest on the summit had thor Adams caught twelve bass which aggre- Â¬ ooiOu Nov open at Myers old lumler ougldy braced them up They reached gated in weight 2tf pounds Mr Austin 1054000 next to Beoaawd Presbyterian d tho snow held again without much diffi- Â¬ 12 bass 263 pounds Mr Lancaster 5 3ij4 Prizes amounting to Quiekest delivery la town I culty They had got half way across fish 86 pounds Mr St Clair Abranis 4 Tickets drawing Capital Prizes pi iees Try 1Noi the snow and were congratulating themare not entitled to terminal Prizes fish 6J pounds and Mr Gardner 5 bass 17- C selves that they would soon ha over it 112 pounds It will bo seen from the when suddenly without warniug Jules score that 33 fish were caught which ACENTS WANTED and Kenyon felt a sharp jerk on tho weighed 707 pounds The fish which aTJB lor Cluli Kates or any further rope Marshall had sunk into the snow were uninjured by the hcxik were after iatormatirn desired wi le legibfi Io the only his head and arms were visible being weighed thrown bach Into the underpinned clearlvsl rusidence Hullo cried Jules what is tho water as the angler would find it diffi- with State County Street and Number matter now cult in thai land of tish to get rid of their Hare rapid retata mail dehver will he iNkxt Daoa pull catch Quick quickf Marshall cried at tared by 011r enclosing ia Envelope New York Times bearing tout full address me up or I shall be through My feet THE BK8TPLV K TO lllV YOUR and legs are dangling in the air and I The Chinese rditorial Way 2t can feel I am rapidly sinking Tho Iekin Gazette celebrated its Address M A DAUPHIN Jules pulled hard upon the rope and 1000th birthday last month and called Â¬ went closer to Marshall Knyon fol particular attention to tho fact that it or M A Daiimin New Orleans La Washington D C lowed on behind to give play to the rope had not insdc a single improvement of Iy ordinary leter containing Monei he and the guide drew nearer to the any aort in the last 000 yean It didnt Order issue by all Express Companies LARD CANS dangerous spot even mention the discovery of America New YorkExchaneDrator Postal Note Will the snow hold Kenyon thought until ninety four ears after it had hap BUTCHER KNIVES until Marshall is out He seemed to feel peuM being afiaid to weary its readers Addrefs Registered Letter containing the snow giving way lieneath him Marwith something new Detroit Free SEAT CUTTERS urrencv to shall grew pale his nerve began to fail Press Maw ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK him as he thought of his dear ones in New Orleans La And a kinds of TINWARE England he had promised his wife that REMEMBER that the payment of he would attempt nothing hazardous and Inzes is Ouaiantecil by four National FINE COAL VA8K9 this promise came suddenly into his Banks of New Orleans and the Tickets mind The danger was imminent life are signed by the President of an I KINK CTTLKLV and death were straggling in the balance tion whose chartered rights are recog to Kenyous surprise Jules stood still i aimed in the hiihest Courts he therefore COAL Oil but only for an instant then with a or anonwnou- waie 01 an imitation schemes mighty effort he pulled at the rope and nil find ate lie eeVlnated OM DOLLAR is the price of the ECONOMIST RAMUB the best ca drew Marshall on to firmer foothold but smallest pait or fraction of a Ticket Issued eaill the greatest danger was to come for e vr Ysl n kI oy us in any Lrrawing Anything in cur Kenyon had still to pass name offered lor less than a Dollar is a lie made a cautious step aided by swindle J A G WILLIAMSON Jules directions he saw a yawning black hole where Marshall had sunk city aanai into what liad seemed substantial snow Civil Engineer and Surveyor Could he cross it It seemed almost impossible for the snow appeared to be The footing of giving way rapidly f II Villi JIil I I Marshall and Jules was anything but seSurvey made for li lilw iv Turn cure and if the snow gave way alto likM Kouilttitvx Eatiaiatea nieii Farm drainage Towu Lois laid tf gether before Kenyon was past the hole they must all go down together At this instant he felt the snow give GENERAL LAND SURVKVS I am running a Lacksmitii and under his feet He seemed to be falling as ho sprang and plunged forward ho Linen retraced Special attention given HORSE SHOEING SHOP turned giddy something was dragging Io tigrHpliiial iiihw and Uf- - of him down but it was Jules who pulled farms and other laoua Correpol At Doaatdanaa Carriage Works ou vigorously at the rope and landed him on ith paitien interested eiicv solicited South Hecoud Street in Mirvev of lands in mountain coun the firm snow just as the soft mass gave I would be pleased to ee ail my V ties of Kentucky way precipitately and fell hundreds of od and iiiHiiy new etist niters The C feet on to the rocks below attaTOfflce City Hnll Kichmond Ky OtHt of work turned out ResM ilfully Kenyon was dazed for a minute or two 31 3 a NICK WHITK but then he joined his companions as they stood on the edge of the abyss dis- Â¬ closed by the mass tliat had fallen they looked down breathless and awestruck If Juies had been one second later in For 15 years at JJ Court Place do at pulling the rope they woidd all have been 322 Market Street Trniinrillp dashed to death on tho sharp jagged ITHAOQttAnirTED WITH TEE GEOOHAPHT Or THE GOTTUTBT WILL OBTAIN Eet Third ani Fourth WululiliUJij rocks below MUCH VALUABLE mTOSMATION FBOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF A rvtuterlj- H uctaa ut 1 Ca They walked Bafely over the rest of not urejtul m hU rac- i will prore Cm M all forms of PRIVATE the snow field There was souio danger- Â¬ CHRONIC and SEXUAL TUS ous scrambling down the rocks and over EASE5 loose stones but at last they reached the SperiaJLatorrlLea auJ Impoicncy a tlm iu youth artual aacvaats la Bt ncatsl region of turf aud trotted down tbe steep tarer yaava ar tthar aaaaaa aaat aradarior aaaw a f taa M- Scnfaal Kwb ine aiit airi with the aid of their mountain slopes at sSiht it 4remnkw UiasO of Aver Defective Mcaaorj lbr si ajpwear IhaWiaWa an FacflL 0 t JW irtj aOeaiaVv Alpine stocks They camo in sight of C ttAiica of aas of aHaaal Wmwm tit mdi rn jo impro r or naba asr ttT uhl acd fKTTia the valley leading to the village from atljr cul - car act ca- SYPHILIS whih they had started As they reach- Â¬ Gonorrhea GtXXT MKPu tie Orciuus Hcrnu oc JLupUm ed their hotel utterly exhausted the te vii qutcklT eurad rHalattcrttao It Ufif vkrtcit auhy aiciaaBLopa clock struck 5 They had been walking ti a c rvii vi of dkui4 and uvatii thuusanda aaru allr acquire rat aill gthl la t c n Id and climbing for the best part of thir Â¬ n It l raooav for UstJHrat teen hours Thomas Stanley in Phila- Â¬ rmdlciif ca tc seut pr- - j an t tafj I mai or rprvs an icr delphia Times Cures Giu runt cod in 11 Cases AN ALPINE ADVENTURE Unprecedented Attraction SADDLES AWfD OT HARNESS G GEAR PICKELS j f f i Â¬ Â¬ - -- Â¬ Mzrgr tzwii ff4 LNix Â¬ Capital Prize 3M00 T WELLS lliiih y li Â¬ MrnltQ 1- Â¬ PM POPES Â¬ 1 jvi zn t ktt Hardware and stores Â¬ USE K rm cssBrano n X ntn t Â¬ nHmwmm4 V7 NICK WHITES SHOIP Â¬ CHPEARSON BALTIMOREMd DRaRfiCE ff fA 7 aftiat au- i -- -- A Ilower of lowers Chivca nntler altrn nnall r iLii fj rL auiubte a rr hr fr f and bt The nouae in New York iu which one of the fashionable weddings took place recently was a bower of lowers Pots of chrysanthemums were ranged about the reception hall on the four sides Upon the bannisters were tied at close intervals bunches of chrysanthemums fastened with ribbons The doorways of the parlors were arched with ferns and white chrysanthemums garlands of the same were festooned about the walls white roses white geraniums and chry- Â¬ santhemums filled the fireplaces and canopied the mantels A gigantic horse Â¬ shoe of ferns and white flowers marked out the floor space wherv the bride and groom took their positions and a floral bell of the same blossoms hung above their heads White rose garlands of the Louis XTV period lay on every table and were presented to the guests in at- Â¬ tendance The bride carrifc white orchids and tho brides maid white roses New York Mail and Ex jress CBYineiag Proof In many instances it baa been proven that 15 II B Hutu inudo by the Botanic will cure Hhxxl Unlm Co Atlmti oot poison tn it worse pluMes even when all other in ntinent fill I A P ISruiiMjn Atlanta ii wrtes hurt 24 ruimlng liSTSW m one ti ami r thcotlKTnnil fell greatly pruat rated I ho actually pwaliowaid a barrel liv I in vain eRorla 10 cure the of il Willi tittle hope I finally ncleil on the araeit a frieml and not it bottle of H B mlvtco of I exHreuc d a change and my deapund R nicy wan some What dispelled I kepi using li until 1 had taken sixteen hollies and all I lie ulcers rheum itisui and all other hoirors and al of blood poison Dave disappeared ml I am sound and well aijuln after an ex of twenty yaars of lorn perience j a ap aaaalialaBaaaasjaasaa1am Of KG fwecs ShMM it efcuan from A ritivATE MM wvtrt zl Kot sy coTJresToit u M j aJa a JffaafJtty Ma j Sj SQ 11 Ql fLai aaaPaam rciT brK alt l- M A tfeTTty A Scndt Utrr a aluva J to 1 v THE CHIQA60 BOOK ISUHQ Inelu3incr main lines branchea and oxt Missouri River To all points Eas Not City to Rock Isiind Duvermorr Dos Motner LSA B4 D TE to Spirit Lake ftpestor ltP town Mianeupclid St Pit mid townfe and ciiJob It is too hort rtroct route In connection intcrvenirT with as Louisviltv NwuviUi aud Eastern and Southct n pcint3 coavcrgincrU Kansas City it alao constitute3 1 PJOSR0 RILWAY Zat and West n transportation to and frorn all rii e towns end accti na in Kansas Col Â¬ orado and tho Indian Territory FREE E onir Cra between Kansas City and Cald woll Hutchineon add Pullman Faiaco Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hu Lpr dinrr all comnotitors in splendor of equipment cov tn an rimer- - Miaid by pteara from the locomotive in winter w leeve Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival 01 traina fron e and Southeast vrih eleeranr Dav Coarrtea Pu FPEE Bacllninjr Chair Crd BUNNING THBC Denver Colorado Springs end Pueblo rnakxngr stopa oj t imports con Hotele at ainr stations n Kane as end Colorado Supe r iaLlcioua mrialn und St J To ManitouPikD3Peak THE SHORT LNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RiYER It traverses vast areas of the richaet farming- ani t razinp lands in tbe om of 701id forminer the speediest meet popular and MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Bxl 11 Prof Loisettes MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD at seasonable hours and at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS 7H5 FAVORITE TOURIST LINE the G They that caa add to safe jr Tezas and JH Mexican Murderer and Fever Cun by mild yet effective San Angelo Tex Jan 20 A private old at 50 oenU a bona Fort La vis contains tbe stale action will cure while three prospectors and bottle 2739 Warranted eg were encamped near that place They were attacked b lryou want to buy a stilky surrey ether and two of the men kil buggy or carriage call on Douelson man with the women aud th ed tbe for he has the latest best aud cheapest escaped camp took the I Â¬ aof E aljo naako close connections at term er Fo equipped with every modern improvement luxurious enjoyment oloradoiin Union and Rio Gr ado Midland Union Pacific es rtu and a Western Trail e s rden of th Gods Cascade Green -Mountain sanitary uinperka- minlrc c uc attractions of Colcradc ST JOHN vfiO masa of corruption run flra eating mj All said I iMctos mat post frw glnboarboaamsct- w- IJl JOHN SEBASTIAN GaYi Ticket a P imisi die bi in bollles of II uml life B lj 1 hore and 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