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Dieiilr HCiiltiv iiors rfl ol a Specialty feat Tin Hooliii Call and see ui before I living else io 1a w here - ERECK M FITZPATRICK in Kt Hi lim iiid Ky iheiiaui Ilui nam IK- - lfl I bV BLACK J W MACKEY AT 1insrciAX axd surgeon RkdHoi sk Kv THE A -- C3r J- - 5T 3jr ID m riwalslrg Mccarty Gas WITH 0 1ST ing two hours ahead of sched ule time This TO BE CONTINUED THIS WEEK will bring her to her destination New York two ScTcril Important ltinars to Be Dls days ahead of time Upon her cuiisimI uikil the Color Question lay arrival here she Again lie ltrought Bp Some Exciting was driven to the Tim Expected Iu the House and lllli r oms of the Chi- Â¬ cago Fress club busterlns May lie llesoried To where she held Waam fOTON Jan 27 The senate kellik bly j informal re made such good progress with the cou In company with the ai lit I at till of hilLi on thecalsndar durinj ception until 915 then thc pas week that senators are quil in representatives of The World she 1030 breakfasted at Kingsleys and at the hanir for continuing on it lor a departed on the Pennsylvania express time and therefore much of the week for New York t c u will Ik ly be devoted to the Qua sidei atiijii of unobjected measures already reported from committees The record in ide by the senate during the past week was as follows Monday three bills passed Tuesilay KXLUB BLYS KOCTX duejday fourteen Thursday eatrrea On the 10th day of November Miss eigfataea total fourt six bills If this record could lie kept up to the end ol the Bly of The New York Worlds staff was aaaaaa the senate would Car transtend told that she was to start on the 14th by Victbeeffottaof any of ita predecessors Hut the Hamburg steamer the Augasta to toria for a trip around the world and beginaina with the first week in push on according to an itinerary which February the Blair educational bill ls to had been prepared and report back at lie taicn up and thn calender is likely to New York 00 Jan 27 It was the first be neglected afier that in favor of dis- - intimation that she was to start and all meaaarea the preparations had to be made in the The first bill at the head of the calen- time named The main preparation was is the bill to further provide in disregarding all preparations dar for the disposal of certain public Iunda Sh picked out this that and the other in th ttale of Alaliaina ihis bill has thing to lie left behind until the little been debated and it now holds its plact bundle to go was only the size of a grip at the bead of the calendar by urani sack Into a small hand bag the few 11101s consent of the senate during the bits of necessaries did go and with this abaanoa d Senator Morgan When he and a package of wraps intended for the n turns it Til be taken up and dispised transatlantic trip the young voyager of The tax bill is near the head at the was to go aboard the German steamer calendar but it is not likely it will be It was to be a run of 30000 miles more pre sed to immediate consideration or less and not even a Saratoga or even a nhan it is reached aoaae day will be set thin flat ste room trunk was thought of probably for its consideration A couple of serviceable plaid and No days for tixed speeches have leii camels hair gowns a few changes of set aside but it is possible that Senator flannel underclothing and the outfit is Call will address the senate furthei n complete A snug fitting cap a light his llorida swampland bid plaia ulster with a hood a pair of easy Senator ticorge too may address the fitting shoes and when a change of aenate at some length ia reply ti Senator shipment is to be made Miss Bly was Ingail In his sieech on the race nucs- - compelled to seize her gripsack and the the Kansa senator bundle of wraps and be ready for the In 11 last Thursday uuotcd from a letter in which it was said next mode of conveyance No checking that two of Senator Georges sons were of trunks no looking after laggard boxes among the swamp angels charged no turning over of baggage no going on with terrorizing the negroes in a recent to have the trunk follow Mississippi election Senator Georges What money she took with her for the irie ds have suggestrd to him the trip was in English gold pieces which titv of replyiag to fli nalta Ingalls at- - are goo at an v point She carried with tack on the Demorats of MLsoissippi and her a copy of The New York World of Should fcknator Gorge Nov 14 In the mere matter of ordinary OO his famdv consent to ao this uic a ulienca which fares and traveling expenses the outlay was oisaiipointcd in the abaeaoB of r for such a journey was something like soiiality and iuxivtive from Senator In 92000 gaUs apeech of Thursday may hvu an Th itinerary of the trip as contem- Â¬ oppurtuaity of hearing the Kansas neua plated at the start was as follows in hi- - more famdiar role ur Nov 14 Leave New York by Augusta The senate committee on territcries Victoria 930 a m a report on the Idaho bill wili not make Nov 21 Due Southampton London th s week because the supreme court has by rail in three honrs Test not rendered its dei iou in the Nor 22 Leave Victoria station Lonoith case This matter was under dis don H p in on India mail ciiiou in the supreme court consulting Nov 23 Calais Paris and Tuiin room Saturday and an eirort will be Nov 24 B indisi at 1014 p m made to get a decision a week from to-Â¬ 25 Nov Leave Brindisi steamship day when the court will adjourn over Cathay - a m for 1 month Nov 27 Ismailia The noiiiinations of Indian Comaiis I i A O r 11 sioner Morgan and Superintendent of Dec 10 Colombo Cevlon Indian Schools Dorchester wil hkclr be Dec 25 Hong Kong disjHised of in the secret session ot the Dec 2H Leave Hong Kong for Yokosenate during the loming week They hama Japan would have liccn taken up sooner but 7 Leave Yokohama via Pacific Jan the public printer disappointed the sen Mail steamship ate in the matter of the testimony taken Jan 22 Due San Francisco the committer on Indian affairs Jan 27 Due New York which was to have been laid tiefore the Nov 14 to Jan 2T 7 days senators in printed form It is thought Miss Bly was one dav ahead of time both of these nominations wil be upon her arrival at San Francisco that cunnniiel Greater doubt is expressed The Augusta Victoria Miss Bly aboard in regard to the fate of ex Governor arrived at Southampton Eng too late of Louisiana collector of the to catch the bat regtdar passenger train Waniioth at New Oi leans whose case is tor London port But she got to now in the hands of the cominsrce ride on the postoftice specialperaataaioB arand she committee and aaaiaat whom there is rived in the big metrotiolis three hours a ationg array ia the ranks of Iils own after landing on English soil part The same evening she took a nights The house is likely to have a vary ex- Â¬ rest and early the next morning was off citing time during the coining week on the tidal train for Amiens where she Monday will l devoted as usual was met by Jules Verne p i pally to the callii of the roll of the guest of the author of and became Around the the introduction of bills T les sta is World in Eighty Days daj the committee on elocti iis will at The authors first comment after tcu jit to call up the first of thecooteated grasping her hand was Mon Dieu ek tiini IM- - that ot Smith vs Jackson What a child Is it possible that a baby routine l ourtn aistnct 01 wcstvir is going all that way alone gua The liepublicaa majority of the time for starting came Mine When theÂ¬ Verne incommittee on elections has made are sisted on kissing Miss Nellie and did it port 111 favor of unseating Jackson right affectionately while her kind hus- Â¬ Democrat and teating Smith Itcub band shook hands many times and re-Â¬ Lean Good luck Nellie good re- Â¬ peated 1 he Democrats have determine in caucus to resist the effort O the Repuh-lica-i- s turn Nellie caught the Brindisi famous fast to call up and cdnsider elei tion flying the 1 500 miles cases Ufire the house baa adopted a full from mail and made by paying handCalais quskly code of ruhs They claim that it is the somely for her ticket From Brindisi jMilicy of the majority to unseat as many the Democrats as possible working under she sailed acrosscanal Mediterranean through the Suez the lied general pai liatnentary law so as to in sea across the Arabian throughColombo sea to cre isc their majority to a safer numjer the They will resort to such tilhbusterinlft as onHere island of Ceylon for Hong Kong she took steamer is Ossihle under thn ruling of the She lost two davs at Cevlon waiting for peaker and when all other methods the fail they threaten to leave the house hai ship She ate her Christmas ShangHong hoping that with the death of Judge five chicken in waiting Kong and spent days there for the Oceanic Kelley and the absence through aick to carry her over to San Francisco She Beaa of othT members in the Republi 7 and it will lie impossible to obtain a left Yokohama Japan on Jan can si arrived in America again on Jan 21 quorum without th m Miss BislanJ the globe trotter of The Cosmopolitan Magazine who proposed Savin In Purchae of Bond WAStiiNnTiix Jan 27 The treasury to beat Miss Blv by traveling directly department Saturday purchased l92t0 w est is now laboring heavily on the per cent bonds at billows in the slow going Bothnia and -104 H The treasury statement of will not get ashore at New York till Unit States bonds purchased from some day next week Auir 3 1 tonnl including Jan 2i Seventy Two Days and Six Hours uvstia there wera purchased Columbus O Jan 25 Nellie Bly 81ii9iS4Vjof f ana 181637W passed through this city on her trip making a total of 247 U07 the world at 8 oclock yesterday 150 These bonds cost 290447200 The around evening A big crowd cost of these same bonds at maturity the depot and there waswas waiting at quite a demon- Â¬ Tiis would have been S071tMti Pennsylvania road employes ahowa a saving to the government of stration flow- Â¬ her a fine basket G029t051 by the bond purchasing presented said with would make of ers She she the trip scheme in seventy two days and six hours Â¬ Â¬ H0USE3 DEMOLISHED mr Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Main Causes One or tbe Great- Â¬ est Disasters That Ever Visited Colum- Â¬ bus O A List or the Killed and In Jared Full Details of the Accident Columbus 0 Jan 25 There was a scene of deaths destruction in this city last nijtht whose horrible features and sickening details are surpassed only by Never in the histhe Johnstown Mood tory of Ohio has such a dreadful disaster occurred as the which sent thrills of horror thrjuirli the thousands who wit nessed it lxst night A double eiplosion occurred and it dealt out death with dual force A few moments after 5 oclock an alarm of fire sounded calling out th en departm nt The streets were tirt thronged with the thousands of toilers who were returning to their homes from workshops and factories and quickly spread the news that a frightful calamity had happened in the southern part of the city The streets leading to that section were soon crowded with people going to the scene Their presence there neaped horror upon horror as will be seen later on The explosion had occurred at the double residence of Messrs Michael Bowers and John Marriot at the corner of Wall and Noble allies The cause of the calamity was an accumulation of natural gas in th cellar of the house referred to The city has recently been supplied with natural gas and leading past the house occupied by Harriot and Bowers is one of the mains through which the commodity is furnished to the public The pipei had leaked and tin explosive fuel had found its way through fissures in the ground to the cellar It lxv which was tho seat of the horror canie ignited in some unknown manner and exploded with terrific force wrecking the building and filling the air with debris Mrs Marriot was blown out of the house and a man named Goolding who was standing near the structure was blown across the street Mrs Marriot was carried across the street and into the residence of William James a bookkeeper for tie book firm of Hock Beck Dr Whv was physician singer a prominent The house called to attend her injuries where the injured laly bay was soon crowded with people attracted by the accident and it wis soon necessary t clan tha doors that no more miht en- Â¬ ter Little knew th33v- - scores of spectators huddled around the sufferer that they were standing in a death trap which was tliea on the verg of carrying them into eternity Suddenly the air was rent by a thunderous explosion which made the earth quake and filled the air with flying timbers bricks and debris of all kinds Darkness ensued and then a deathlike stillness reigned for a few nvnninU It was broken by shrieks and death groans The house in which lay the powerless form of Mr Marriot had been blown to atoms and its occupants buried beneath Hundreds of spectators the wreck who lined the sidewalks wen- knocked violently down by the shock and laid powerless Then to cap the climax a team of spirited horses attached to one of the fire department ladder trucks be- Â¬ came frenzied by the explosion and dashed away into the crowd carrying death in their wake They ran over and injured scores of people A beautiful from its mothers little babe was knockarms and falling beneath the merciless wheeLs of the vehicle was crushed to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - j t death Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - As soon as tbe maddened steeds had disappered in the darkness many of the Spectator and firemen who had been uninjured by either of the h Cleveland O Usenet have refused tho turned their attention to digging out the buried laiieath the ruins of the offers of agents f English syndic Sersons and guided by the cries and A rcuiarknlle relij lions revival is in prog- Â¬ moans of the mangled and dying men ress at the Inaiaii Tean praam A number groined in the darkness pulling out a Of Convicts has been converted lp if st against the appointment of Capt dead body here and a mangled yet living form there and conveying them to rest- Gardner as p stmaster at Columbus O ing plicae Groups of men women and have bien forward xl to Washington children gathered around the prostrate A bill has been introiluceil in Congress for forms and blood curdling shrieks made a publie building at Xenia O awful scene more revolting as friends the A bill to prohibit the sile of cigarettes to recogidzed friends injured or dead miliars was tabled n tlio Kentucky house cluldren parents found their mutilated Saturday and vice versa Mrs Harrisons first Saturday afternoon It required several hours to remove all the dead and injured from the ruins strewing room waa a success A Kansas City manager has sued Maggie and it is not yet known who or how Mitchell for broach of contract He wants many are the victims Following is the list of killed and fiOMO dm Governor Hovey of Indiana armed with wounded so far ascertained tin aadoraaaaanti of 35 10 Grand Army posts The killed are has gone to Washington to aid the cause of diaries Becht A CINCINNATI BLAZE creep along the Boor of the room anl imni lily threw icius If under a A New Seven story II uliliii- With All IU tableau placed his hands over his eyaa 1nutents In Ashes to shield them Cixcixr ATI Jan 27 At 610 oclock Benjamin Morgan also a neotator was badly injured He was knced Saturday eveninr flames were seen d own by one of the Iioh1 i arts in tie bursting from the windows of the high general rash for safety after the first building on the oath est oornerof Fifth explosion and then run over by the mad and H use to Morgan Lives at Shawnee and thealarmthc tire engines rushed to the crowd was a delegate to the miners convention scene The lire started after all the 00 which has been in session here He is ceiiai building had left it It thought to be internally injured was caused by an e plosion of son Theodore Shonting was watching the in the 0 Bee of Knight A Company fire across the street when the explosion printers occupying the third Hot Im- The blae and falling debris mediatelv aft rward great burst of occurred frightened the horses of the hose cart smoke and dame roDeJ al which wheele I and ran onto the pave windows The lire spread rapidly and ment The gentleman was ki within an hour the entire building with down and had one leg broken in two all it contents was totally destroyed places ioo- the lots probably approximating To a Doyle a saloon porter was burned in a hacrfble manner When the building which oontai impromptu bandages were remored is a comparatively new one hav Â¬ from liis bin i the thsli dropped off in en completed not more than two many place leaving b nigs to the William years Fobt Lysky was in the house Glenn e tta The Heuder-ou-Acteat the time it fell and was badly in- lithographing company we oa the jured and seventh Moots Oa these floors r Marriot alamo lighter occupies were a large amber of heavy one part of an ad oining house which and lithographing stones Luring the waa wrecked lie haaf ur children and progress of the fire these kept breaking all of them were badly injured Anoth- Â¬ through the burned lloors and crushed er part of the aame lions was occupied the Hours b neath The loss of thai com by a widow wh area when the pany is total amounting to 100000 explosion occurred and cannot be The insurance in various companies is found about 75000 H Beckebnrn cc Comrchie McNeil bad his leg broken and pany shot- - manufacturers occapyinc was otherwise badlj the liftn tioor estimate tie ir loss at from Mr McNeil was on of the bystanders Lanthura A Corn- 815000 t who was cau falling walls on the fourth floor lo s 12 The sad is that of Edward Knight ft Company 0U or 813000 Pfeifer He was struck by the falling printis on the third 10 put their loss timbers and was terribly cut about the 5000 to 18000 On the third floor bead and the shock of the blow were Taber ft Duncan manufacturers of i ired the man a raring maniac for the paper boxes Their he s is 5000 I tini being it required tbe unite k Diamond Manufacturing efforts of several me to hold him on the and Imp irting company on the third se- - of the patrol wagon as it datrtTri up U00IJ0 Of noor had a t ck ol the etn et this 15i00 worth of diamonds were At midnight a half dozen persona were saved uninjur d The rest of the stock u r among whom were the is in the iron safe but as yet its condi wid w lull ami ii r son who occupied a tion is unknown Aral etate office a part of the iir hue that exploded barber shop Heck it Farley pfansbera The the morgue are ghastly and the offices of two of tho manufacThe remains of those killed are cut and turing companies iiistaiis occupied the burned almost b ognidon Brat floor The tosses oa ail these will i he tire etiin s were able each THZ GREAT SNOW BLOCKADE to do but little more than Iu prevent the It is Nnv lasted Ten lavs and the Storm spreading of the fire and this muagea waa peat by 10 oclock Two cable mad still Uiis Bah Fstasosc Jan 2 5 The rotary and a number of other street car lines Bnow plow 01 the entral Pacific suc- - were blocked for aeveral hours bv the lire in working iti way to Blue Canon From the first the tire raged fiercely in the Sierra N la n mn and the heat waa interne Part of the ter lay where one Of the impris wall on Fifth strist has fallen The l trams is still located wtst lioun It was light of th lire brilliantly illuminated expocte that the ootnpaay would be the sky so rs to cat a shadow on the able to move this train down the moon Mount Auburn h lis a mile away al tain and enable it to reach this city lost though the nicht was cloudy and misty night The i ietid rs company have The great storm continues in the secured meaea and will begin work at mountains and the diihcoltiea of the lice railway company have been inn st roved Thirteen stoies V in consequen v large snow plow BrsKxa Box lad Jan 27 Fire nas arrived at Ueno Nov trom the east and will begin to tight with the stinted in a saloon in the heart of the city Sunday morning and had gained snowbanks from the eastern end The road has nov- been bio ked for ten such headway when discovered that it plied un i r control until tlnr days which is the longest period it has - had been de-ti d of the prin ever been closed The serin is undoubt The only tire engine in the edly the most aeven experienced since the first overland road was built into town wls out of order and nothing California Many of the mountain and could be done with it Were it not for valley streams in northern California the assistance that came froaa are swollen the Sacramento river has port this place would now be a moss of been rising rapidly again and fear of ruhis The heaviest losers are John Duck another overflow are entertained No mail matter has been received from the wall owner of a large general store t W Ji r of The Bunker Hill east since the blojkade in the Sierras be Press s F Porter druggist and gan A dispatch from Delta Cal on the Sullivan proprietor of a general store The total loss will reach over sl000 Oregon and California road report Insurance small a snow storm is prevail iig in the vou mountains and several land slides A Ctriu on Fire nae occurred which will keep the road New York Jan 87 Fire in the earg closed for several days of the bark Ivthemere from Calcutta owned by Henry Fermis Sons of Stream Over Their Banks St Louis Jan 83 Advices from Liverpool and consigned to Charles P Randolph county Ark aay that the Sumner of this city caused a hi 35000 to cargo and vessel early Sunday Black river Mud and Fouch creeks are over their banks and are causing great morning Several of the crew were made unconscious by smoke loss of property Ibe river is higher out with difficulty To and were taken save the vessel than it has been since i Sj Cotton fencing and buildings and timber have it was neeeaaarr to aeuttla her and she been swept away and a large number of now lies silimerireil to the water line at cattle and hordes caught in the overflow Iierrepuut Stores Brooklyn and drowned The flood is the most rtrs at Shauoygan Wis disastrous ever experienced in Randolph ClUCaOO Jaii 37 A Times special county entailing a loss aggregating from fshahojiaa Wis says A fire many inousanos 01 dollars Sunday morning destroyed St Furos drugstore Kellers clothing house CONDENSED TELEGRAMS ts siilmm and anumtierof other buildTbe Minor Events and Little Happenings at ings companyoffioa of the National Printing wa slightly damaged by Various rie- water Total Iocs IJ40000 insurance 1 Â¬ 1 rt Â¬ r all l is Wo will for tlio next Sixty Days offer our on tire sto ok of rul at - tLTClltlV 101 UCCli Tilt DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS i IN ORDER TO MAKE BOOH FOB stii Spring Goods THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEOANT LINE Of I a Â¬ DRESS liotli Hambergs Laoes G OOJOS ml Fancy Dlancaa 1 ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF 1 Â¬ NOTIONS Gloves To wo Is Â¬ I Handkerchiefs Table Linens 1 Â¬ NAPKINS WHITE GOODS o i e v Kit y a a i j Err v 1 BED BLANKETS AUD COMFOHTS UNDERWEAR tSal Both for Ladies and Gents - The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On aeoount of the warm winter the stook is not broken therefore we can give you any size I BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Towels Table Linens and STapkins Which are always staple we will also redeca in order to make the the cut complete fjeVThis bein the time - and Cotton Goods we weald advise yoo lo be sun to eall at once ami examine I he stock j u In order thai no CASH BOUSE can have any adv we will givei per cent off ot the COI RATE tor CASH fjsaf We have just received a beautiful line ol WALL which is cheaper than ever sold ia Richmond DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION PAPER In-u-- e IS ONLY FOR 60 DATS Â¬ Â¬ ceooee 30- - ootH nnm i mm largo of Cotton on Ftr New OpieyNs Jan 37 tiro was dis covered last night in the cargo of cotton ou beard tha ship PniaiesHa loading for Hus ii Ibe extent of the damage is Hot yet ascertained Â¬ NELLIE BLY AT HOME Aroutiil the Wurll in Seenty-T-rDays Sil Ilmir Anil Eleven Minute New Youk Jan 37 Nellie lily The New York Worlds gloiie circler stepped from tbe tram iu the Jersey City station o RODESDALB THE RODESDALK ADDITION IS NOW OH THE MABKFT NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO XD FEOFLK ELSE NEKD APTLY lf -- An unknown babe The injured are Dr T K Wisninger badly and prob ablv fatally burned and bruised Herman Baker badly burned Daniel Cherry burned painfully Charles Woodruff cut and bruised aeriously Mrs Fully burned and injured in- Â¬ ternally probably fatally Patrick Suiskie cut on head Aaron Beens cut on face and head Benjamin Morgan gashes on head and John MaiTiot Infant son of Charles Berry James Seymour colored boy An unknown white man Mrs Bsrviea paaaaaea of Gahatha Kan who was bitten OB the anger in a street tiht with a stranger wliuss aapposutl iiauu is Gilbert Jones diad from hydrophobia Covington and Louisville will be united by a new railroad system reducing the dis tance between Cineiuuuti and Louisville thirty miles Al Graham Urn defaulting auditor of Warren county O has not been seen in Toronto and tua reward for his capture Â¬ Wsliy MrNarasra stands A bill providing for the Australian system of voting has been favorably reported in West Virginia Colored men from Virginia appeared before a uommittou of cougross Saturday to sack a uiodilieution of National election laws as will secure tnem in their right of suffrage People for miles around Comby Ind nre expected to turn out on the iOth lust for the purpose of killing n pantlier which ia terrorizing the community Jesse Thompson was Willed at Mldvllle Ga by a young aiau nam d Worrell Tho Niles Tool woiks at Hamilton O have completed an armor plate bender f u Ha government weighing 210 tons Twenty states are now represented In b i order Bona of the lie volution The annual congress will be held at Louuvllle iu April next A colored baby only three months old at Hupkiusvillc Ky cau talk puuuly Â¬ internal injuries as1 Steam Pittlaj Handsome Barber Shop and First - Class Barbers rump RepairinK a BpHaJty All kinds of putiitw kept Ht Can WorUM Perfect Mtisfactimi given lo every Ijea ve orders hi Bonanza one Special attention niveii to ladies Riolilliimi MilU or W G WlnteV Uiug tHara Also lo my country and children 51 49 friends THOMAS B AYHES Real Estate and General Collecting- - Agency to the sale and to the collection of all kinds of accounts 47 46 I have moved mx shop over to the Hotel and I hne ail will come to see me YtMM veiy respectfully Li- Knocked Into Kternlty Birmisoham Ala Jan 27 A ery singular fatal accident happened on the IlunUvilie Mineral Branch railroad Friday Will Young a well-to-d- o young farmer of the neighborhood of Viola wan breaking a spirited young colt nd iust as a fast free ht was passimr the animal ran away running headlong in front of the train Loth rider and horse were instantly killed Â¬ Nellie Bly arhere at the Union depot at 3 oclock this morning and left for New York ten minutes later on the Atlantic express over the Pennsylvania railroad She was tendered a reception by Pitta- burg newspaper men 25 Â¬ Mis PrrreBURQ rived Jan Hly la Pittsburg JOKI W MACKBY tSf Sccial attention paid and exchange of Real Estate jRiojsjvcoiiai CRAPSKY 46 WilitilNS Arcliitects IJiHK BROWN O COAL CO 1 Severe Weather at Sea P1nu4DEtPHi a Jan 27 The stearier Guildfori from Carthagena has arrived at this port She lost two lifeboats and upper bridge in a gale She passed con- ou- shierable wreckage off the capes fiisting of barrels staves etc Nearly all the stamers from European ports experienced terribly severe weather uus- tained more or iess damage Terrible Collision on a Southern Head ClNtlNNATI Can refer to buildings successfully created in Richmond Maysville Ml S Opelika Ha Jan 27 terrible I have purchased the property of the railriuid irillisir11 ia rrwtrtAl A ham ty said onipany ami will keep ou baud curred at Camp Hill on the Savannah all of Ibe best varieties of uiiu i tssieru runway rive men in an are said to have been killed two engin- eers one fireman and two train hands erling Winchester and Owingsville 65 WB lVMAS PAKR1SU CXMNGHAM The yard la easy of access Person desiring to haul their own coal will not have lo cross the railroad a liberal pat- Â¬ ronage of the cilizeus of both county I roapeotfutly 13- COAL reqaaot - Others were wounded A wracking train was just on the point of leav mg Opelika This is the twenty third wrack on tiiat road in tluee weeks -- New Livgry and Sale Statle We have erected a new and commo dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of 3id and Irvine steets Richmond Ky and ask Hie public to give us a trial Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power and cily T 8 BROX8TON 185 Mules For Sale Â¬ HORSES HITCHED A AT REASON 16 15 LIT horses horses and b rates IARIUSU a Ci We have one hundred mule colts and Saddle eighty five yearlings for sale 8trictly ired al low good and sold in numbers to suit purchasers Six miles east of Lichmoud ou the Speed ell pike NMM1IAM 17- D A COLYEK HH S OR FED RoYa imsuwiW ABSOLUTELY PURE masked men bound and gagged Night Clerk L L Roy at the postoftice here early Friday morning pounded the combination knobb off the safe with a sledge hammer and robbed toe vault of 500 in 1900 in stamps and several money hundred dollars worth of jewelery All the register bags were cut open and the first class packages taken The amount cut of these is not known but Postmaster Many others were badlv injured bui Walker thinks the robbers secured from them several thousand dollars The rob- Â¬ were carried away by friends and their The houses bers were in the office several hours names cannot be learned After they left Roy freed himself and for several blocks arouud the scene of the explosion have been male iuto gave the alarm hospitals were many are being cared lloag ht Oold Plated Bricks for Miss Belle Smith who was badly inLot a O Jan 26 Clark Adams a wealthy farmer was Thursday swindled jured had gone into the doomed hou3i out of 8000 by two strangers and a just prior to the explosion Her face Adams was badly bruised and she was suffer couple of gold plated bricks gave the swindlers the money for a half ing from many bruises about tha body She was almost completely buried ia the interest in an alleged mine debris and had to be dug out The doctors pronounce her injuries serious but thinks she will recover U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Elmer Gates a young man was standing opposite the house when the second explosion occurred and was struck by a missile which broke his leg A young man named Meshlider who is a resident of Granville O was se- Â¬ verely burned and shocked girl was se- Â¬ Pet Merritt a riously burned about the sin mlders and chest When she reiched the street she was almost naked Her life was saved by turning a stream of water on her Dr T K Messinger was in the James house when he was hurt He was at-Â¬ tending a patient who was hurt other place when the oecoi Those who heaixl occurred Bay he said he suddenly saw the flames Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Mexleo Potofflee Robbed AiBiyCERQUB N M Jan 27 Two Charles Lowrv burned and bruised Albert Ticklider bruised and cut Bradv burned and cut Edward Viemer cut and burned Wolf cut and burned Miss Belle Smith badly hurt Mrs Corn badly burned Peter Marriot terribly burned about shoulders and neck Tom Doyle hand burned partially otf Bowers Emma probably fatally burned Marshal Kilbourne horrible injuries on neck and head William Brady probably fatally suffocated William James hands and face roasted will die Mrs William James badly cut and bruised Blankinger horribly burned and of the Pennsylvania railway Saturday Her actual lime in making afternoon the ircuit of the world as computed by three O cial time takers and scribed by The Worlds u iuouucemcnt in the evening was seventy two days six hours number of anl eleven mmutes ladies nid gentlemen mostly newspaper Philadelphia people met Miss Illy at and formed a party of escort to this city Tlie station 111 Jersey City was crowded with ieople long before the train was due aud Mayor Cleelaud and other officials were there to receive Miss Blv When the lady alighted she found herself iu the midst of au enthiLsiistic crowd which the poilec had work to separate Mayor Cleveland tried to make an address of welcome but the crowd kept ug in so cJoaetv that it was post Â¬ pone i The diet ring was continued until Miss Blv had taken passage for New York over the Cortland street ferry This was accomplished only by two of her escort carrying her the length of the platform On the trip across to New York every tug boat and steam craft saluted the ferry Uiat At Corliird street another treiiieudous crowd had gathered an Miss BIys way to The World oirice wa s one of cheers and flowers At The World office Miss I v held a short reception She is in o d health and spirits Â¬ 1 Twenty Six Lots 5Qx230 Feet i Â¬ Will lie sold on following terms Twenty Fiv Dollars cnah balance in install 5o on Saturday of eueli week to be paid le Dr W G While Hecre menls of L Corporation who will reieipt for the money lary of t tie Richmond B No hperest will be cb trgetl on Ibe puicba e money unid after tbe expiration of 14 iiioinbs from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on lie pur chase money runiiouig unpaid By ibis method parties can buy ami pay for a good lot at a wiinili price on eay lerin i without interest and free ot cily tax Any young man iu Richmond can huy one or more of ibese lots and pay for it In the very near future tbia property wiil hewoith without feeling Ibe burden The city it rapidly extending in that ili much more than il is mow selling at For further intoriiialioii call rectioii and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale on W G Wiiiti- E W WioufNsor jStkpukn D Fakkish Richmond Ky - A D RUFF CAUTION bottom end prue direct W L Donnas name and nricsi sura slssuril on th the dernier cannot supply too If to fitctary sue losing Tsks ilmflsai A Flooded Mine Col CHANGED THEIR NAME AGAIN It is Now Non Partisan Womens Chris Â¬ Â¬ Baking Powder I tian Temperance Union 25 The conven tion to organize a nonpartisan temperance union met again in Music hall yesterday The ladies decided that Na- tional Crusaders was not a good title and changed the name to Non Partisan Womens Christian Temperance union President elect Phinney notified the convention of her acceptance of the office Further officers were elected as follows General secretary Miss F Jen Â¬ nie Duty of Cleveland recording secro-tary Mrs Florence Miller of Iowa financial secretary Miss Shorthedge of Pennsylvania treasurer Mrs C Cor- nelia Alford of Brooklyn It was decided to pay the president and general secretary salaries of 1200 each About 2500 were raised at the afternoon session to help maintain the expenses of the new organization After the transaction of further routine busi- nees a final adjournment was taken No selection was made of a place at which to hold the next meeting There is at present fume lively correspond- - Cleveland 0 Jan morning while the nieu engaged in a drift of the La Flata mines had fired a roun 1 of holes th V were astonished by hearing a noise resembling the rushing of a mighty river ami waea the smoke cleared away thev saw- a river running out of the drift They barely had time to escape and in less than five hours the mine was flooded to within 270 feet of Four thousand feet of the surface drifts are submerged and thousands of feet of slopes are covered Many think that a lake was encountered and whun ning was made by tho shots it burst through its sides and lloodedths mine - Leadville Jan 27 Saturi 1TCRHIIERJEWEUH W DEALER IN L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN Watches Clicks Jewelry Silver and Flaw Calf Heavy Laced Grain aad Cree e Wateeproor Bess wm toe worm rnmii u ie SHUS GENUINE HVH -B400 HAND SEWED WHT KMHOF MIOE SO POLICE AND FAWI1 -- 3 SHOLs i oKIi At tho Henderson Hop Iiss Waft who has toen a wall flow- Â¬ Mr- Ilen- er all the evening A waltz firtarti T nii 5iro trw i L inil Mr Henderson host of the occasion ios at an aiiss v aite l ou Know me performance of ones duty is sometimes sweet r than actual pleasure Harpers Bazai - Flated ware etc Special attention given to MKITKA VAIIFI Ml Me as as a an work SCHOOL SHORaV OOaadaiTS BOYS Batten and Lace Congress All made fETTINQ DIAMONDS 75 SHOE FOR M1S8RS Bee Material Beat Style Beet FM Hash W I Douglas Brockton Mass SoM ky S3 at 2 SHOES la ufoa8 JACK FREEMAN AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Ruralist who has paid 1 to a street peddler for a ten cent chain Police Peddler What do you want now Ruralist I want the kind of watch this chain deserves Jewelers Weekly Iierd for tha Fitness of Things Please Uead ence between Mayor Moaby of Cdncinnati and Police Judge Ermston regarding the crap games recently started Tbe gamblers are gpttint tho worst of it The Hinger Manufacturing Company Promptly done and in a workmanlike is building a machine with Hand Attachment aud Portable specially maimer adapted for invalids travelers Ac to Aoy one wiahinc a coat 25 cash Cash Paid fcr Old Gold and Silver machine of tbfc type will ptraee leave gulit Relgas Among the Strikers order at tbe office 13 Firat street AraLACHicoLA Fla Jan 25 EveryJF - Dont forget the place next door thing is quiet here and ft is thought the by order trouble with the oolored atrikera is at an to the Poet oUiee Kicbuioud Ky J ok end Â¬ 40 THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing imice peii i kak is tall iu proportion aud when he visited the City The New Orleans Picayune in a lead- Â¬ Hall in New York recently for Ihe purCotton and Cottonseed Oil Mills Pig Iron ing editorial gives soma very interest- pose of entering his name iu the May- Â¬ FRENCH TIPTON Editor and Lumber Productions- ing facts and figures as to the building ors Worlds Fair Guarantee Fund list exteusiou aud improvement of the the Star Man Abont Town had an in- Â¬ PUBLISH Eli IV FBV WBDBB8BAV BT The Chattanooga Tenn Tradesruau levees of Louisiana which since the teresting conversation with Mat In hao compiled statistics of the develop Co civil war has expended fully 15000 the course of this he said he was an mentor the nianufacturiuR interests iu 000 for that work besides what has Wm G Wiinf Chas S Powell Odd Fellow and carried a gold medal the South in the past ten years from by indithorough investigation with the aid of been paid by the parishes and given to him by his associates in comvidual planters The result of all this memoration ol the fact that he was si so the Slate ofliciala throughout the South The growth of m an u fact u res in the is that thousauds of Hcres hitherto probably the heaveist Fellow who had classified as swampy will be placed in ever succeeded iu going through the Welresday - - January 20 1880 South by decades is thown as follows the number good for sugar arid cotton Third Degree I ouisville Post Value of especially Capital products ments The above item refers to Joe Craig of His weight when at 742-t9 1850 this county 20405 i42i47 NEWS PARAGRAPHS i860 16241387 193412699 23371 home is 350 but when with a show it is 1S70 36335 138575183 2 7618236 Ex Gov Win Pitt Kellogg is out of 600 Height at home 7 feet 1 inch KoK CiirXTY JII 18S0 7M4 34 53 10 35-V-l olitics but as a private citizen antici show height 9 feet Pails Keutuckiuii 1890 JOHN C CHENAILT 55931 507349000 675332000 pates that the next House of Represen Â¬ Citizen The increase iu number of establish will be Democratic The ex Old Icelandic records positively deKOK UMJBT1 l KEKK ments iu the past leu years is til 7 per tatives The Democrats can clare that iu the Eleventh century Governor says 1 W HILL in capital in the cent The increase STAlt FARMFRS MKETINti Ohio as did the Republi- Â¬ Lief a Norseman sailed southward past ten years is 18o 1 percent Increase gerrymander cans and there will probably tie Demo- and made a settlement that he named t r Home Journal MJJIlI ATTORNEY in value of products in leu ears is cratic gains in Indiana Ioivn New Vi land The Icelandic people to this J A M LLIVAN The State Wheel and Alliance con Â¬ 1138 percent York Virginia West Virg uia and day claim that their ancestors discov Â¬ The details of this increase In the elsewhere vened at Bowling Ureen last Tuesday sutticient to overcome the ered America before Columbus Mr SHERIFF years briefly expressed are as KK There were about one hundred dele- past ten small Republican maj rity E V Horsford of Cambridge Mass J V BALKS gates present of which much the great- Â¬ follows About a year ago Charles Metcalf has been for some years investigating 18S0 142 Cottou mills ISM 340 er portion were of the Wheel organi came to Walpole Mass from Califor- this subject He has siudiid Hie IcelnK J AIIKR Increase 142 9 er cent They came mostly from the zation JOHN F WAG Cotton consumption 1890 497070 nia and became engaged to Miss Sarah landic sages and the oldest maps and Purchase counties though there were IsSo 1HU971 bales Inciease ISickerson of Lynn who wa visiting records of European explorers He has good delegations from Christian Lo hales here He interested her in a mining come to tbe conclusion that the Norse R ASSESSOR 1744 percent gun Todd Butler Ila i ss mil scheme and induced her to intrust him mens claims are well grounded In Cottonseed oil mills 1899 232 JoELT EM BUY other counties this side of the Cumber with SlCn with which to purchase the New England he recognizes Vinland 4 Increase 3938 jiercent la d Kiver Investigation it is aud in Newfoundland ami Nova Scotia Pig Iron production 18K l365o3 stock in Chicago WWtSriEHINTKNIKNT The President rapped to order iu the said has shown Metcalf s representa- Â¬ other localities visited by Lief He also 21 2722 tous Increase 5558 MKS A T MILLION tons 1S80 Circuit Court room at OiO oclock tion to be false aud he has been arrest- Â¬ thinks that Cambridge itself is the site when an open session was held for the per cent ed on the charge of obtainiug money of an ancient city called Norumbefa 1890 12997500 tons FOB SI RVKYOR Ccal production puipose of giving an opportunity for and believes he has discovered some of 96jj74 tous Increase 5632 per under false pretense A Ci WILLIAMSON the delegates to express their views A novel and amusing sight was re- Its ruined fortifications Mr Win Cook President of the Wr cent Kc KciNFR Total value mineral product 1890 cently witnessed at Washtucua lake ren county Wheel assisted Ihe Pi ce A close estimate has been made of B DUD MILLER 30547760 1880 3347445 increase Washington That large body of water the crops raised iu Georgia last year by dent in calling out the speakers was frozeu over with the exception of the statistician of the State agricultura young attorney of sis 7 per ceut Mr Coviuglou in Aapit sMi Bowling Greeu representing the Mayor The diflerent commissioners of agri- about an acre iu the centre The open al department It is shown that more is First Moiicia of the city delivered the addre of culture throughout the South estimate space was so completely packed with than one half of the entire cotton crop ne and Mr Curd extended a that there is standing in the South an ducks and geese that there was not was wrapped in cotton or other mater Â¬ COI RT DIEEtTORY room for another acreage of forest area aggregating 205 while thousands ial instead of jute which is considered welcome for the county i l IT i Dl RT President Erwiu responded briefly 300ouo acres aud that of this area the were crowded around and were hold a wonderful victory lor the home ma- Â¬ J Monday in March and Septem- for the Wheel aud President Cpjicksall total yellow pine standing in 1000 feet ing a cackliug indignation moeting be- terial over the Imported article A ber cause the more fortunate ones would greatly increased interest is shown in for the Alliance is2129370O RM Judge J The daily sawingcapacity of the mills not come out and give them a chance the cultivation of grasses aud the raisMr Gardner representative in the Attornev Chas J nmorrwealth Bron- legislature for Ballard county was call- in the South in feet according to the for a swim ing of stock The northern part of the Clerk W H Miller against ed for and excused on account of sick- - reports received is 39392000 The rapid decrease in the number of State is specially interested iu the purner J R Burnam Coi mi 13255000 in 18S0 an increase of 1971 kangaroos iu beginning to attract the suit of these industries and with the BT Senator Glenn of Paducah next per ceut iu the ten years attention of scientific societies iu Aus- Â¬ increase of cotton and grass lands a Second Monday in January and June The total number saw mills in the tralia From the collective reports of new prosperity is shown The report briefly addressed the meetiug He said ctober he was a member of the Wheel aud South is 13930 agaiust 5783 iu 1880 an the various stock inspectors it was esti- Â¬ shows that the crops though extremely that he thought there were many increase of 141 8 el cent mated thPt in 1S87 there weie 1881- - large in some sections were poor in The capital invested in saw mills is 5lo kangaroos abuses that the people were sut jected In 1888 that number others and consequently the general BT He stated as estimated from the reports received at fell to 1170380 a decrease of 711130 avarage will be below what was lookto by the money power Monday in January April July an instance that this country imports 61000000 an increase of 195 per ceut The cheif obstacle to the adoption of ed for Cotton in the southern and and October annually s olOUOOdU worth of cotlee iu the past ten years measures for the eflectual protection of middle part of the State did wonderfulKT and eertaiu controlling capitalists iu a The South contains 109 blast furnaces the kangaroo is his vigorous appetite ly well Iu the northern counties the First Monday in every month siugle day cornered the inaikel aud in Â¬ out of a total in the Culled States of One full grown kangaroo eats as much early frost proved disastrous aud fully creased the price 40 per cent squeez 380 with total capacity per week of gra- - as six sheep one third of the crop was destroyed aud Second Monday in Julv iit the sonsumers 29312 tous out of an aggregate iu the The late Henry W Grady of Atlan- much more was injured The corn The cattle market was also iu the whole country per week of 125162 tons ta left his family iu easy circumstan- Â¬ crop is shown to have been a remarklit hands of Armour and a few of his con Â¬ The follwing table compiled from ces Besides his one fourth it terest in ably fine one everywhere the amount T nomas Thorpe federates and they could control the elaborate reports shows the iiicrease in an having been greater than the Atlanta Daily Constitution which harvested price of stock They had made 7000 manufacturing in each of the Southern yields a handsome return Mr Grady was ever known before The crops of laiior J V Maupm 000 in a siugle day It came out of the States in the ten Years B D Miller had an insurance of 18000 oc his life other staple products throughout the pockets of the producer aud consumer B F Crooke Value of There was a mortgage of 3i00 upon State are also reported excellent He considered it an outrage that the though no remardable increase is noted 1880 1890 his home but the day of his funeral a Mrv people of this State were iu the hands Alabama Public S liool in any one product company of his frieuds went down and of a school book monopoly Other lifted that mortgage out of their own l TV COI X Road horses trotters and runners So Slates had furnished their own school K ns Mickets so that when his body left his shod in any manner desired I have at a great saving hut when Ken 141000 rd J home it was left unincumbered for his just received au extra lot of four year 2000 lucky mentions it the representatives N li Ward Sam Rice w ife Its value is about 20000 old second growth timber for repairing W B Smith ate flooded with circulars against it W Caperton All work guarJ The property assessment 11 Rich- all kind i of wagons In m the publishers He thought many 45v43 Virginia 94anteed at the very lowest prices Shop mond Va just completed shows an Jay night ol iIih newspapers of the State were From the reiorts received it is esti- - aggregate of S52o95002 an insrease of back of Brookss drug stored subsidized hy the hook publishers aud ry month Respectfully recommended that farmers stand to- mated that the manufacturing estah over fb00OOOU within me psi year l ITY l OIRT S L MIDRIFF 8febly lisbmeuts in the South give employ The gain on the State tax alone over gether aud uphold the hands of the few V s Moberley representatives at Frankfort who are ment to 4V2oO hands against 215 425 the previous year is about 29i00 The iey iu 1880 an increase of 122 per ceut iu cost of the new buildings ereoted and CONCERNINGFARMERS with them iu this move rst Saturday improvements to old ones during the In Boyle county 13 calves averaging Prof John J Nail who represents ten years n onth for in tu liter Lyon aud Marshall iu the legislature The Tradesman has comriled reports year was nearly 1000000 The Chat- 100 lbs sold at 3 25 per hundred a r J L Baiter Times collaborating pair of 151 hand mare mules sold for died upou and responded saying of the new industries established in the tanooga Tenn M5 there were but six Wheelers in the eg South during Ihe past twelve mouths that citys record for 1889 shows 2X7 Adam Forepaugh the jrreat cir islatuie He said thiaorgauizatiou was These reports have been thoroughly re- manufacturing concerns with ten mil- Â¬ At Nashville Tennessee the black man is dead for the purpose of redeeming the whole vised by the mayors of the leading cities lion dollars capital paying three aud jack Senator 15 hands high sold for people from encroaching mouopoly aud 111 the South aud are as near accurate a half million dollar fKQ another same size 900 Ligata r of Vir granting them the freedom their fath as they could possibly he made It A farmer who had been looking re 15 hands for 12 50 pinia Ifahones friend is dead shows a total of 3042 new establish- cently for men to gruh aud clear land ers fought for Mr J W Herndon bought iu Lin- Â¬ The farmers should say to the mo- ments against 2Glo last year During was complaining that it was impossi- coln county one yearling and two a well Thomas J Me and combines we are the year 12 agricultural implement nopolists jacks of W C Cash for known and valuable citizen of the iKiwer tiuts must do our bidding or factories were established 15 breweries ble to get work done for any figure he you could aflord to pay Three ytars ago I1SS0 says the Stanford Journal Cvnthiana is dead step down and out He wanted to see Kentucky leading with tj 21 boot and he said he could have had ihe land Mr E B Phillips of Haley was in 5 clearpd for S25 per acre now it wili cost The population of Kentucky in the Wheelers strong enough to say to shoe factories Florida 4 leading with Alabama Mis him from 70 to 90 per acre Even to see us Monday and told us that he Pre i Virginia 4 Tennessee oe Seuate and the j3 whites 11433 weighed 3 turkey hens weighing 2o sissijipi and South Carolina 2 each dent do our bidding the Chinese do not any longer care to lbs 2H lbs 21 i lbs making u total of 114 free blacks a total of slaves 1 each eight car contract for grubbing laud They used Mr Dawson ex representative Ironi Kentucky aud Texas 77 Wartrace He works were established in the South to cut wood for 80 to 90 cents a cord 02 lbs Who can beal ii Simpson was the next sjieaker thought the Wheel was for right aud during the year KentucKy leading with and now they want 150 and are very I Tennessee Advanee A suit that had been sixty three The spring lamb is seen on many a on the docket was compro- - ju iice to the whole people The time 4 53 canning faciories Tennessee lead- Â¬ indepeudeut about working at all The Kentucky hill although spring is many ing with 15 Mississippi 9 Georgia 7 for le actiou Everything i in Knox county recently had come restriction act does uot suit every one weary weeks oft They were earlier of progress worthy comet from mother earth aud if any 143 cotton aud woolen mill corporaThat Portland Oregonian than usual this year Already sales should he fostered it is lie who tills the tions were formed Georgia leading with of note A remarkable phenomenon was wit have been made for June aud July desoil Farmers had been carrying the 32 North Carolina second iviih 2J Al livered at 5 cents Farmers Home nessed on Morgan Street San Francisburden long enough LNLtiLATIVL rutHJUSg the time has abama and Tennessee each 16 Texis co the other moruiug It was nothing Journal 15 Arkansas 8 Kentucky and Louiscome when they have awakened to it The legislature is doing consid He had seen all kinds of mouopoly in iana each 5 Florida Mississippi and more or less than a shower of small Connie and Thomas Lisle of Clark arable work Investigation seems the legislature influencing unjustly the Virginia each 3 120 electric light plants crabs They ranged in size fnm that weighed to J V Ferguson of Bourto be uppermost in the minds of law makers but he had not seen the were established Tennessee and Geor- Â¬ of a dime to a dollar apiece Iu front bon 30 cattle 1450 lbs at 3 cents the members and committees are farmers there Farmers toil supports gia each 15 South Carolina and Tex- of a barber shop a bootblack named Everett Van Meter bought a car of 1200 Â¬ looking alter various matters and all aud they should have a fair show lb feeders at 355 also a car of 1150 as each 14 Arkansas f Kentucky Tony Ambrose was engaged iu cleanC thiti- 11 N P VanMeter Mis issippi 5 152 ing spittoons With a terrific whoop lb feeders or I C Louisiana Mr Jackson of Ballard county spoke of Inquiry into the working against monopoly and iu favor of the flour and grist mills were established he left the work when the showerde- Â¬ at same price Jack- rt in Louis Wheel and the Knights of Labor He dur ng the year pretty evenly distrib- tiny crustaceans from the clouds Thomas P Raymond Son of Hen is about complete and at said whisky and money controlled the uted throughout the South also 108 scended filling the cuspidors calling ryville Clark county Iudiana pur- Â¬ ville tent ion will next le directed to legislation of the couutry Men were foundries aud machine shops Tennes on all the saints iu the calendar to save chased of Charles R Turner of Mil creeping creatures getting rich who dont work aud he see 25 Virginia and Keutucky each him Several of the lersburg Ky a fine Jiiliio Lilly and his disti jack 15 were secured by a newspaper rr an who 22 Georgia 21 45 blast furnace com was iu favor of saying that the man treatment of the eoavi hands 1 inch high black with white at the disposal of the points He is a very superior bred an- Â¬ the subject of a committees who dont sweat shant eat He thought panies were organized Alabama lead- placed them Science Academy of 11 Georgia 7 Texas 6 imal Price 1000 investigation and as usual com all the whisky interests were against ing with Sijuire Beasley the apostle of eloping plaints of too much work and the Wheel and the latter should recog Â¬ Tennessee aud Virginia each 4 KenIu Lincoln county 106 ewes sold at tucky 5 3 glass factories were organ- lovers writes to the Paris Keutuckiati nize it and meet the issue not enough to eat are being filed 450 per bead a pair of 15 hand Mr Davie of Christian was called ized iu Georgia aud 1 each iu West T was elected as Justice of the Peace mules sold for 225 22 cotton mules The prison physician is sure that to succeed old Squire Thomas Shelton for but liegged lo tie excused as he was Virginia and Tenuesse 69 ice compan sold at 100 per head 20 yearling chickens and soda crackers are en re formed during the year 233 who died iu the vear 1869 I wts elected present to work for reform no to speak mules sold at 10250 28 cotton mules tirely too scarce about the prison Mr Petin of Ballard county advo mining aud quarrying comiiauies Vir- in April 1870 and have coutioued iu sold at 95 These sales are condensed but strangely enough he was pain oflije since that time up to the present ginia and Keutucky leading with 34 fnllj silent as to strawberries and cated a union of Wheel Alliances aud each WTest Virginia 33 Alabama 31 eighteen years aud iu that time I have from reports found in the Stanford Knights of Labor Journal ream Dr V M Metcalfe was not a mem- Â¬ Georgia 30 53 natural gas and oil married ou examination of my Record Winchester Court J A Ramsey The Feeble Minded Institute has Marriages 3500 parties of which I Keutucky of compauies were formed 1 b by a committee ber of the Wheel but advocated its leading with 35 114 cottonseed oil have a record to show for Inspection auctioneer reports 250 to 300 catile on principles He is granger and was the market 23 good feeders 1050 lbs which was given an elaborate din- especially in favora of educatiou for mills were orgauized Georgia leading Most of the parlies who come here are weight brougtit 42 per head 50 bead ner and of course was pronounced farmers 23 from different parts of Kentucky and 32 Texas with South Carolina in most excellent condition In many other States as West Virginia 950 lb feeders 3750 per head One lot A closed session was held in the af 16 Alabama 14 20 pottery compan several Lunatic Asylums ternoon at which a constitution for the ies were orgauized aud 282 railroad Pennsylvania Iowa Wisconsin Indi- Â¬ 850 lb steers 32 per head 32 yearlings turn the are to be visited in like manner consolidated order was d companies the latter being pretty even- Â¬ ana Illinois Michigan and Ohio from 23 18 yearlings 2150 Milch cows 25 to 35 A large number of mules The storm sufferers in Southern ly distributed throughout the South the interior of the latter State were offered but few sales 10 THE STRANGER SAVED THE TOWN Kentucky have been voted Alabama leading with 44 Tennessee Victor PdlsSM t a young electrician Present prices for cattle are not each 35 Georgia 34 78 of Omaha has a very ingenious way for re comes from the Indian Terri- and Texas Word A large number of bills to in- tory that two notorious Indian despe street railway companies were formed of killing rats The prying lodeut is greatly different from those prevailing corporate banks and trust com- radoes named Red Tendall and Choc 8i water uii- - companies 588 wood caught in au ordinary oval trap the twelve months ago There is this dif- Â¬ plies have been presented taw Pete heavily loaded with whisky working establishments aud 435 mis- bottom of which is covered with tin ference however that then as events Mr Puissant has a small dynamo of proved the tendency of the market Probably 6ixty such bills are al- took possession of the town of Tishwa cellaneous works his own manufacture One wire con Â¬ was downward while the present out ready in wa on Christmas day and carried things A SAD MISTAKE necting with the dynamo Is fastened look if moet emphatically incouraging A singular bill has been intro- with a high hand Alter nearly kill- Â¬ possibly not for an immediate adto the tin lining of the trap and anduced 10 authorize the Board of ing the town marshal when he at- Â¬ vance but certainly for much belter is thrust into the prisoners cell ualization to issue certificates tempted to airest them they emptied a Judge Win Lindsay having stated other prices later in the season Farmers hool teachdrug store and tried to ride their horses that the counties of Harlan and Perry The well known propensity of a caged Home Journal B Smith introduced a into the hotel At this juncture a well really belonged to West Virginia it rat to do battle asserts itself and he Mr of The bill providing that in the trail- - armed stranger rode up 1 the hotel and was suggested that the Mountain State seizes the wire between his teeth In says Danville Advocate first Tuesday Monday was ihe Couuty so doing he makes the mistake of his nation of convicts and lunatics dismounted The outlaws ordered him lie invited to take her iK longings and Lindsay be granted a pen life The circuit is complete his jaws Court day iu 20 years or more that there there shall not be more than one away aud cut the halter of his horse that Judge was not a single head of stock of any The strauger remouslrated whereupon sion foi life because of his discovery close on the wire with a death grip and guard to two prisoners without a squeak and almost without a character oflered at public sale There A bill for tlie appointment and Choctow Pete covered him with his But the Louisville Commercial kuocks quiver he passes into a state oi eternal was not a hoof of cattle on the market guidance in each county of a board revolver and ordered Tendall to disarm out the chance for a pension It insists desuetude and but few mules These were one of supervisors to receive 2 each him As Tendall approached the stran- that Harlan and Perry belong to Ken and sold at 100 to During a brief siiell of sunshine be- and per day and to be paid half and ger shot him through be heart A duel lucky while admitting that owing to fore noon those who were o lie East 140 The day was vtry disagreeable Â¬ half by the county and State has then occurred between Pete and the a mistake of the surveyor of the boun- river were treated to a beaut fu I mir- and only a small number of pople Kentucky got a stranger and Pete was shot through dary commission been handed in The stranger of- goodly slice of territory which belonged age High up in the air hung a geor were iu town The Senate has passed the bill the head and killed but the terrorized to Vugiuia aud now to West Virginis geous picture of the lower part of New There was a good crowd in town on establishing a Bureau of Immi- fered to surreuder giving a vote The hue was to run up the Big Sandy York city inverted however as by a Monday but the weather was not very him citizens felt more like gration and Information and ap- of thanks aud after taking dinner he to its forks and follow the folk to the camera obscura The illusion was so favorable for out door business There propriating 20000 for its main leisurely rode away main ridge of the Cumberland Moun perfect that trains ou the Elevated was a good feeling as regards the cattle nance As the Senate was near When the survey Railroad in Battery Park were seen lim- trade But few mules or horses were tains to Tennessee GENERAL LEE AS CHIEF MARSHAL unanimous the House will doubt ning with the roots of the cars and the sold publicly The annexed reports of 01 leached the forks The Louisa fork lees pass it smokepipes of the engines towards the auctioneers will show the condition of the main one was low while Tug The committees having the matter in The bill to prevent trusts pools charge selected the 15th of May next fork was high The surveyor misled ground The strangest part of the ihe live stock market Capt Nat S and conspiracies has become a law us the time for the unveiling of the Lee by that fact followed e Tug Fork and phenomenon was to see the smoke and Oftutt repoits two hundred cattle ou The House has passed a resolu- monument iu Richmond Va General it became the boundary The result steam from the locomotives descending sale of all grades from mountain to tion authorizing the State Treas Fitzhugh Lee was unanimously chosen was that not Harlan ana Perry but instead of ascending while the ferry- good stock tbe prices ranging from 3 urer to matte good and pay the as chief marshal Lee Camp Confed- Â¬ ihe territory embraced in the counties boats passing iu and out of the slips to 4 cents per pound Feed iug stock at outstanding checks of defaulting erate Veterans was given charge of all of Lawreuce Johnson Floyd and were sailing bottom upward en water 360 to 3 85 yearlings at 325 to urer Tate held on war- the ceremoaies They will meet this Pike was allotted to the then District that was above them It listed for 345 Georgetown Times dearly two minutes Paris Keuluckiau-Citi-st- v The farmers of Massachusetts held rants for State indebtedness week to begin arrangements for the of Keutucky The Senate has agreed to the eyent-Joseph H Craig of Kentucky what is called a sort of indignation Democratic Ticket House resolution providing for the appointment of a committee to re apportion the State into Senatorial and Representative districts Does this mean that Senator Roberts scalp must come oiY The bill requiring the lessees of railroads to have their contracts recorded has become a law A House bill introduced provides that at the death of a hus band the wife have a life interest in half of his real estate A bill introduced raises the limit of petit larceny to 20 and fixes the punishment by whipping except in case of females Mr Tomlinson of Garrard presents a bill making an attempt at burglarv a felonv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MAM FACTIRIXU IN THE SOCTH THE LtlISIANA LEVE15S weighs 600 pound and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LQOKATTHIS THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST LINE 0 OF- - 00000000000000000000000000000 V OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtx MM0 1 l Â¬ SHOES ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo LADIES GB1TTS SHOES ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Â¬ Â¬ 1EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Â¬ Â¬ CALL an d PRICE THEM w A POWELL CO COZROsTIEZRAT COST FOR THE NEXT MKEES - Â¬ Â¬ 3O DAYS Â¬ Â¬ Ready Made Clothing AT COST FOR CASH room for our Spring Goods COVINGTON FOR the Next THIRTY DAYS At our New Store in order to make 1 - 1 I Â¬ WE MEAN BUSINESS No 222 W Main Street Richmond Ky Notice Â¬ I MITCHELL READ OF Â¬ Â¬ il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ meeting at Boston lastSlurday They complained hat because their personal and real property was excised to view they were compelled lo pay an undue proportion of taxes while three fourths of the personal property of the State escapes taxation It is the same com plaint that has beeu made over and over asain by the farmers of Maryland and they too like the Massachusetts farmers the other day have passed resolutions asking the Legislature toenact remedial laws If farmers were more fully represented in Statu Legislatures and in Congress they might at least tiy to do for themselves what they ask their delegates and representatives to do without having their petitions disregarded But so long as they entrust their interests principally to the lawyer class aud professional politicians they are not likely to get such a hearing as they deserve Baltimore Sun Â¬ meeting of the subscribers to the stock of the Richmond Street Railway Company will be held at the office of Dr J M Plyntz Friday evening Feb ruary 7th 1891 at 7 30 oYloek for the panose of etleciiu a permanent or ganization and electing officers A HIVE YOU THE FATE OF J S M B WG Whitk White Poyxtz John Bknnktt 8 D Pakki h it 4 MCGINTY of such a fate At Local Produce Markets CORRECTED ARNOLD BY COVINGTON WEEKLY ROGERS MAIN BRO STREET RICHMOND KY BEWARE ocean groveling among the monsters of the deep by blind faith present he is at the bottom Richmond Ky Jan Beef Cattle Butcher H 29 1890 3 00 14 2i Â¬ Snar Cured Bacon Hams Hams Country 1 YOU CAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cured 2n 15c Butter IMMC Chickens 50 l 75I Eggs loc BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR Wheat 70c LIFE BY GOING TO 2 Flour 25 1 Corn per barrel 50 Louisville Tobacco Market Hay per 100 lts 400509 in sheaf per 100 lts 40c By Ulover 4 Durrelt Louisville Tobacco Oats Lard iom 12jC Ware House Tallow 3f4c Sales on our market for the past Beeswax 150200 week just closed amount to 3564 hhds Feathers 20040 Taking advantage of the the GREAT BARGAINS he is offering with receipts of 1721 hhds for the same Meal 501 5c period Sales of the crop of 1889 on our SeeJ Oats 45c in everything pertaining to market to date amount to 8591 hhds Feed Oats 40c All grades of new hurley have shown Orchard Grass 25 more activity this week and prices are German Millet o nearer outside quotations The offer- Timothy Seed 75 ings of old hurley have been composed Clover Seed 4 504 75 mainly of low grades iu bad condition OaU in sheaf but these have met a little better de- Choice blue grass seed 60 mand than has characterized the mark Red top seed 7 et for several weeks past Sweet Potatoes Ji 00 VALUES and COST of goods cut no figure in the PRICES WE The following quotations fairly rep Irish Potatoes 0 NOW HAKE resent our market for Hurley tobacco EVERYTHING MUST GO crop of 1889 1 rash Dark cr damaged tobacco 1 00 to 300 Colory Trash 300 to 600 Mind wandering hitH Books learned Common Lugs not colory 3 00 to in one reading Testimonials from all 500 Prospectus post parts of tbe clobft if FKEK writ on application to Prnf Colory Lugs 5 50 to 800 337 Filth Are New York A LoiaeU 7T Common Leaf 700 to S8 30 4w Meuium to good leaf 050 to 1200 Good to fine fillers 1250 to 1600 at half prices of what they 4 At PRICES that WILL seU Select or wrappery tobacco 16 00 to were 4 them i 2000 f l Havius decided to build a house suit- Â¬ for my I desire to reut LIVE STOCZ MAEZET SEPOST able my lHrttbusine out bsMlsMM house on Main By GREENE fc EMBRY Street Would sell the entire building 31- VV E LLXON Li e Stock UommiKsinn Merchants at Claciu Go Most Overcoats So Price nati Uulou Stock Yurtlx and Covington MOID HIS FATE 503 2si STUEWaS m i 1 1 1 Â¬ 0b4 -- WINTER GOODS EMORY FOR RENT 1 at Â¬ Hto k Ynnls Aaj Jest Tooj Â¬ Cincinnati Ohio Jan SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good 4 4 27 1S00 Â¬ PAY UP and settle After February 1st 10 per cent will be churned on all accounts Ckooki Batman Ukmston Richmond Ky Jan 1st 90 30 33 All persons indebted to Crooke Ben net A Irmston will please call at once Â¬ 408 io Â¬ 2 75 4 50 4 25 3 25 Â¬ Â¬ 3 75 3 25 I 7s 3 85 3 6o 4 00 3 50 2 25 4 00 3 75 3 r lira is CES And if we -P- n BOOTS U f ai SIDES - BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 3 41 ai lujuiiuiiuuo ijuw rm- - at prices that almost mate go or their own accord IjfigfrFREEXk mmsiv Hw 49 1 00 30 3 oodl 2 cci 1 H 25 7S BvDjraUsWJ Worth iRiV iwstrh S1MJ4 Parftet tha world mktr pr Wamntedaeavjr fvl w IR NEW sMI Wtch Unld Sii I f them in I 25 750 50 3 50 a 65 2 2 1 BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna ir Bologna 3 2S 2 50 22 1 1 Â¬ 1 air to Good Feeders Common and Thin qc 50 40 00 75 to show what wa mhJ aasj Is ttioa whocaJl yonr friands and rm ajhborsand tli about yn list a ways rrsults in valuable Iraile fV i at whim h Ids for years when once atartad and thus wa irn ranaid Wt alt exitiraa frairht ate Afte TOB aawm ail if voa would lik to go to work for us tou ran nrn from to MM p r weak and upward Addraaa fe Co mine Mmlae do U piJ iAimB0 r iamirlrs VKri th solid oolo btnttaw mass Both ld atxaa aad with works ind rf sajnsl tIq Ohb raaaox la aacSi loralitv mmm na torrthar with oar larva and vahtabl liao IloMseBH Wi tiiti tarnwfc frrr Everything that pertains to WINTER WEAR we have marked prices on them that will sell them artt fV ThM aniplMa All tttn wll mu S0 m JUST COME and LOOK dont make a selling price no one will goods mnst go have anything to do with it These money and money I will get if prices I want Look at as Remember what blind faith did for McGINTY We are the eye before yon plunge into unknown mysteries openers of this county Call and see BeiBlS IorUadt Â¬ FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs Extra 3 75 3 60 Â¬ 3 oo 2 25 3 90 3 75 3 25 2 75 ZIPPINCOTTS COWS AND CALVES 35 25 10 5 75 oo40 oo3o oo20 00 00 00 6 00 4 00 3 oo 5 501 Â¬ -- Â¬ 3 95 3 oo 3 So 3 85 3 753 3 8b 3 70 3 40 SPRING LAMBS 6 25a 6 50 MAGAZINE vnth its content is a library in itself It mas indeed a kafpy thought to print am entire navel in each number Not a short novelette but a long story such as you are used to get in booh form and pay from on dollar to one dollar and a halffor Not only that but vnth each number you git an abundance of other contributions which gives you a good nugaane besides the novel The ringing blows which have been struct on the gitevfiy of popular favor have resounded throughout the entire land and today Lippin totts Magatine stands in the front rank of monthly publications and is the most of publication of its hind in the world for full descriptive circulars address UPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE Philadelphia I300 per year 3 cfs single number The publisher of this paper will receive your tn H J STRENG 25- - Promoter of happiness to all who want it l HECL1MAX rdaMdy - - January Mr- - 29 1880 Before us lies a remarkably well preserved blank book that is more ban a century old Every page of it is filled A difficulty occurred at a meeting of with the neat and legible hand writing of the Parmers Alliance at Hart is Branch j Not a vacant Dutine is replete with facts skillful penman a It School bouse Saturday between Jos a resi- r rent and r doubt i tlierc u of early days in a neighboring frontier Bruner Jr and John Welsh in which he had country that in many ways are related to Bt nrt sfl both were shot Welsh through the Hiught fourteen hundred dozen persons and things here and now hand and Bruner in the hip the latter n uiunn Irani mi the coun- The treasure which We purpose to de to HOUl Welsh haa wound being quite severe week Is the account book of Capt Alex Â¬ scribe try one Jay last been a tenant of Bruner and the diffl ander Welch a colonial soldier who Wm Bruce from the Union City M culty wai the sequel of another which passed the winter with Washington at e 10 town iu nvc sum is happened a short time previous in Valley Forge and encountered many other which Bruner was reverely cut Win Â¬ located on Second street hardships of the war for independence chester Democrat churches in Richmond without Three Even while the Revolution was in progress Ipastars Episcopal Missionary Baptist Exposure to rough weather getting adventurous Virginians were turning their valines are faÂ¬ wet living in ilim laud Second Prc hyterian faces toward the Alleghanies and beyond of disease of vorable to the and ere Cornvvallis had delivered tp his Mr M - Pgg nd family have cone the kidneys and bladder As a pre sword at Yorktown Capt Welch Capt La Middlesboroiijjh where they will take ventive and for the cure of all kid ney and liver trouble use that valuable D0VLESVILLE Mathew Aibuckle and other pioneeis locharge ol the PhoHHS Hotel remedy Ir J H McLeans Liver and cated thciselves in the fertile valley of 27 39 per bottle Kidney Balm Madison county has four patients in the The fox dogs are all dying in this vi- Â¬ Greenbrier river in what is now West mmded liittituteat Frankfort The cinity The heirs of the late Mrs Jennie Virginia Hard by where now is Ronce RELIGIOUS whole number in the Institute is 141 Buchanan Armendt have filed suits to vertc Station on the Chesapeake There is a good tide in the river at Ohio set aside sales made by herself and hus Â¬ railroad some ten miles this side of the present Mr C E Smith having sold his drug The Georgetown Times has been shown band of 100 acres of land to W R famous White Sulphur Springs they for Â¬ el to wind np his busine The firm of R Wells ft Son have disthe plans for the new Catholic Church to Dillion and a house aud lot in Crab ere m this issue and go tified themselves and for many a day the solved R Wells retiring The be erected on Upper Main Street hadwiek They al Â¬ Orchard to J T n place was known as Arbuckles Fort R Abners family consisting of eight building Will be a handsome one of brick lege fraud and claim that it was per Â¬ Mrs Arbuckle was the first white woman presented us with S Rice has and will cost about 6000 About 1000 are all down with the measles A Decided fotiiji intent petrated to prevent them from getting that ever ventured west of Staunton Virstar fish vv hich lie found in 1 additional will be expended on the interior Mr G D Dunbar will leave next week Dr William Jennings has received a ginia She was the their lawful share of the estate Stan of Hundreds or perhaps al Georgia decoration for Versailles III on a business trip copy of it book on Abdominal Surgery by Mr M F Arbuckle of Silver Creek this ford Journal of years ago it was in the sea Elder J L Williams pastor of the BapMessrs William Griggs and George that distinguished surgeon of Birming- county and Mr M B Arbuckle of Richitichard happened along a little There are many accidents ami dis tist Church in this place has been called Jett have entered the Commercial College ham England Lawson fait M I F R mond After the death of her husband eases which attect Blacll and cause se he might have been drowned to the pastorate of one of the Baptist at Lexington CS L LD president of the Britih she married Capt Welch and they acre rious inconvenience and loss to the far mer iu his work which may he Qt Mi William Masters has been corn churches in Indianapolis Ind he accepted Gynechological Society and honorary the grand parents of Mr D M Bright of Miss Ella Durham of this place spent JHM remedied by the use of up hi studies in the Lni member of several societies on both conthe call and will shortly move to that the past week with friend in Winchester Richmond Indian incursions Were freLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment Mr Williams is a good preach- but has returned home and return to his Madison home tinents The book is a large one em- Â¬ quent and place once several Indians approachGeorge Taliaferro formerly a Paris iales about the third attempt Mr bracing near 600 pat er an excellent christian gentleman and ed the rear of Capt Arbuckles house Mr J Frank Lanter son of T Lanter M made to finish his education his departure will be quite a loss to the lawyer has been forty years iu the Several pages are devoted to a critique while others attacked in front Unper deceased has gone to live with his mother Condition of his eyes does not pcr on a paper written some months ago by Asylum at Lexington church here ceived they reached the house and one at Berknerv ille Clark county application to books Lexington Dr Arthur Johnstone of Danville Kv Rev S T Willis formerly of this DoneUou has a imantity of new sill bolder than the rest crawled under the Mr Irvine AsIk 11 has entered a young The great surge on speaks of Dr John floor and pushed aside a puncheon county brother of President Willis of the mutms and biiiiiries of the newest A Ieavinc filly to be sold at the Combina Enter Now K N College has promised to write a stone as a brilliant young gynechologist and most popular patterns and at very trusty and courageous negro man 6aw the tion Sale at Lexington next week ays an immense flood of light is puncheon moving and creeping close to The second term of Central University series of letters for the News on New o- reasonable fig Squire J A Turpin was greatly Iright Young men and boys thrown on the subject and that the the spot seized the Indian by the head and York City life Mr Willis is now located is now before us Sir Archibald Alison who lost au c f Richmond and Madison county enter whole question is reduced to comprehenin the city of New York and is preaching ened last Sunday night week when he dragged him up into the room having first arm at Lucknow has leen ollered the was awakened by hearing something like now Why delay i Further that this sim brained him with an axe The next Indian You cant sible simplicity We for the Second Church of Disciples governorship of Malta with a salary find a better school and certainly not a ple fact meaning Dr Johnstones disco are glad to place this gentleman on our a great conflagration he jumped from seeing the first one disappear into the f 25Ma year ery should not hae been recognized room followed and met a like fate and so list 01 contributors and we feel assured his bed ran out of doors thinking his convenient one niuri4 eined fatally German doctors have house was on fire Imagine his chagrin long ago by the protession is mos sur did the third that his letters will prove quite an attrac If you sutler pricking pains on mov Who IsMdiintj Until the acquisition of Alaska by given comfort in the announcement ing the eye- - or cannot bear bright when he found that nothing but the wind Lawrenceburg News Dr Tait says that during an tion Our valuable relic ii made of imis going the prising That is the question that the United Slates it was a wonder that silica the advent of the grip light and find was about to blow hi house over investigation twelve years ago he saw the ported Prof W C Kitchen Ph D of CamEnglish linen bearing the vvl ere certnin wild fowls went when rounds We gave a picture of him last typhoid and related diseases have been failinjr you should promptly use Ir J tame thing that Dr Johnstone has dis- water lined picture of a King with his H McLeans Strengthening Eye bridge has Written a picturesque and vivid aacdk but that doesnt solve the problem migrated form temperate climes on the much less prevalent ACtl 27 covered but did not comprehend it or crown and scepter and the name of the b cents a Ux historical novel entitled The Fall of the is thrown on the sub- Jerahle light approach of summer ns well es snow He remarks that maker C Taylor The binding is leather realize its importance Advice to Wolhm which is running in the New Christians Mr G S McKinncv spent Sunday in birds and other small species of the a column article by Mr H J T Stark who had the contract Oliver Mrs WrssLows Swthiso STBCPhonldlwT the simplicity of Dr Johnstones theory artistically embossed children It re In sise the boot is York Ledger The religious and the hisParis for the wood work of our new school Strene elsewhere in this issue It was afterwards b uaed wben suffercrnt arc rattan ustth natarsl feathered trile once it produces heTca the tittle is marvelous and will be its chief stumblingby S inches and contains 400 pages torical elements are dominant in the work sleep bright the little oberub mkn building dropped dead at the building Grover Buford McKinoey is a jjuest of found that their habitat in summer quiet button nnd It is very pletunuit to taste It One More aa in the way of acceptation by -block West Capt Welch was a surveyor and in narrating the overthrow of Chris- - Mr and Mrs yum- - slUyssil pain about 2 oclock Saturday afternoon al was the wateis W Alr ka the Yukon stmt has the child softens the McKinney Last week we mentioned two names of the profession When we consider that Augusta count v in 17S6 was divided and regulate the bowels sod is the best known reined t heart disease Paris Kentuckian Citi Â¬ Miss Millie Moberlev has returned home liver and the lakes ot ihat hyberborean forduurbxBA whether arising from teethma or tormtr office holders whom we overlooked Dr Tait M an Englishman a resident of all that portion between the Allegharies otbsx causes Twenty are cent a txKfce zen A reporter lately interviewed region This his native heath and above all one of the and Kentucky was erected into a after a weeks visit in Lexington giving oar list of ex officials separate 60 U J Green of Norton Sound Alaska week we have another Mr Wm Fox most distinguished surgeons of the old Are you restless at night and harass Mr W F Baumstark has gone to Lanand CapUin county called Greenbrier U e Dr J H Mc- and he confirms the statement of Dull General Frank Wolford says the Co ed by a bad cough Uncle Billy country his elaborate notice of Dr Johnwho lives near Clays Ferry caster where he will attend school Welch became the first clerk People wonder where lumbia Spectator has in his possession Irans 1 ar ine Lung Balm it wnl and others - in the Legislature away back in the stone in 60 pretentious a book is remark Besides matters of general account a Mr Uley Cornelison is attending the the wild fowl come from said he two tine swords one costing 12hi pre cure you souno sleep ami erTeec ik He is yet hale and able and demonstrates that our young few important memoranda are found inif not earlier 27 39 prompt and radical cure Commercial College at Lexington They see the sandhill crane the wild sented to him by ihe citizens of Lex hearty Kentuckian is far more than an ordinary serted in t ie book One of the first is that Mr Sidney Quinn of Bloomington goose heron aud other fowl every ington aud the other costing 6 H pre A Montreal mau has been compelled New Little lottainr Hoiisf surgeon Alex Welch was born 10th of February 111 is visiting at Mr Robt Cov ingtons spring and fall pursue their unwearied sented by the citizens ofGarrard county to pay the sum of SI as damages for and there are dates of births and Mr B Berlinsky of Lexington has 1752 way but like the wind they do not Mr T L Todd our popular drummer Physicians prescribe Dr J H Mc having called upon a person in a facto Â¬ deaths of other members of the family opened a clothing house in No 205 the known whence they come or whither Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm in it ry with a view to collecting a debt returned home Friday with La Grippe L iCf is as from 1750 to 179a The next entry small room formerly occupied by Sanders Mr Walker Covington has accepted a they go Dp on Golovine bay on the they find no trace nf opium or morphia The court held that the domicile of tiie Wednesday at 3 p M 27m o follows It is perhaps cigar store on Main Street position as salesman with Mr C L north side of Norton sound is the while its efficacy in curing all throat or debtor is the proper place at win June 17S1 Capt Mathew Arbuckle prov27 39 the smallest clothing house in Kentucky All the lung diseases is wonderful breeding pl ices of Ihese fowli Searcy demand money that is owing It fur Â¬ identially was killed by the felling of a Mr Berlinsky will either tell you a suit of birds iu creation seemingly go to that I B will doubtless pro The R N F Walker Fry the oldest son of ther declared that to ask on the B Zittle spends much of his time V tree in time of a hurricane on Jacksons hes or buy a suit from you just as ceed from Beattyville to Pineville country to breed Geese ducks swabs Speed S Fry of this city died in Kan for mouey that is due coititutes au near Winston He has an important friend Run von please and thousands upon thousands of Mad sas City Mo at the home of his broth- aassault Work on the big trestle of the R N I By weight the yalue of up there Third entry New ReManraiit and ConfeftioBfry bill cranes are swarming there all the er Mr Thos J Fry of consumption Si B near the K C crossing is progresshard money now passing in Virginia Mr Wm Englishs sale came off Sat- time They lay their eggs in the blue V Co will Open Messrs F W Danville Advocate ing rapidly Then follows a list of coins including the urday A large crowd in attendance and stem grass in the low lauds and if you heir restaurant and confectionery in the English guinea crown and sixpence When nature falters and requires things sold well The Louisv ille Southern has just order go up the river a little way from the enue building on next Monday Feb- Â¬ help recruit her enfeebled energies French guinea crown and pistole Spanish Mr and Mrs Tom Tudor of Garrard bay the noise nf the wild fowl is almost with Dr J H McLeans Strengthen ruary 3rd Meals at all hours day and ten fust class freight engines of the Rogdollar pistole doubloon and moidore and 1 per countv spent the past week with friends ilenfening You can kill dozens of juicy ing Cordial and Blood Purifier A new feature will be a lunch ers Works All persons indebted to W K White the Johanna and half Johanna at 27 3 and relatives here real ducks or grouse as fat as butter bottle is so will come forward at once and pay The crossing of our two railroads counter where you can get things at your last two evidently intended for the Por J li Biknam The wild few moments own price Confections and fruits of all far from town and so much in the air on Mr and Mrs J J Lane of Sedalia Mo balls iu About 2 oclock Thursday morning same 34 tugese Johannes a gold coin worth S but 33 Receiver kinds Call and see them who have been visiting Mrs Julius Daniel fowi ami bars live on salmon l rries Charley Hill arose iu his sleep aud one side and in the ground on the other as our book puts the value at 4 pounds steil and huckleberries with which all the leaving his fathers bouse strolled of a union depot lor the past month have returned home to preclude the possibility ing and 16 shillings continental money or Mrs Junes s Sale around town for au hour or more and The gas well is still a thing of interest hills are literally covered An old railroad project known as the The weight is noted by Capt Welch 24 Tiie public sale by Mrs Nancy Jones when he awoke was at the footbridge Remaining unclaimed in the Post as crowds visit it daily At the piOsent Chicago Evansville Bowling Green and as iS penny weights He gives the crown A Clerks Luck near Foxtown on la t Thursday was wel Houston Creek aud six squares Office at Richmond Ky week ending speed of boring China will be reached by Chattanooga road has revived and it is silver at iq pvvts but the French he d and prices were fair House Samuel Baker a clerk in one of our from home in his uight clothes and the January 28 1S9U said that the parties behind the project are quotes at 7 shillings sixpence or 1872 The Cincinnati Enquirer kindly sent us the above picture of Caroline Benna and spring hold goods cattle brought betprincipal jewelry stores and living at thermometer 2o above zero On real Barclay I Miller J B wide awake men and have a guarantee and the English at 6 shillings 8 pence or her triplets heretofore described in these columns On last Friday the Enquirer sent Mr Robt Taylor died with consumpter prices than usual cows and ca At the 1984 Bush Street is in luck Chenault Elizabeth Murray R A money to build the road will be It also sent eleven other checks for like amounts Indi- tion at the home of Mr W T Fielder last drawing of the Louisiana State izing where he was he made rapid Davis Dr A Caroline a check for 100 am Anni to 40 a pair of mules 336 that the forthcoming as soon as the enterprise takes Mrs M J 120 The doubloon 17 pwts in gold ana reported five sets Ohio three West Virginia two and Kentucky two The other Monday morning January 7 1S90 and Lattery Company lie found himself sud strides towards home in his ghostly at Kite Miss Lucv The land was withdrawn at 45 per acre M - IVmpie aud has been laid up since Paris Fox Miss Laura worth 16 was passing for 4 pounds sterl- set from Kentucky live at Buchanan All were white except Carolines set and hers was buried the following day as nobody seemed to want it at a fair definite shape snug sum of tire denly possessed of the Ella Jane Harris Malviry Married at the home of the brides jl5bb he having purchased a coupon Kentuckian The condemnation proceedings in the ing and S shillings or 22 Elsewhere in was the youngest except one lot The oldest set were near five years price Post Office hours from I a m to 7 p A set of triplets in jessamine that did not come under the Enquirers offer of five mother this place Thursday January 23 case of W C Harris and wife of Speedthe book is the table exhibiting the depreA Vntim ol La iriupr of ticket No M which drew the capi- Â¬ tliouit or ar atil ruiruti ru1 nrrof Their name is Ie Boe and until 1890 by Rev W S Grinstead Miss Bes B in Judge ciation of continental money beginning years weigh 60 pounds each and are 70 years old Rich- - jours prompt 7 a m to v x well against the R N I John G tal prize of f3UO000 San Francisco Capt D T Beckner died at his home pm Chenaults court yesterday resulted in a with i2 for 1 and continuing until it they appeared as witnesses in Court recently they had not been seen in public for sie Baumslark to Mr C K Oldham of Cal Call November 3D Jb carries im- mond Ky It in Winchester on Monday after four Mt Sterling verdict of 500 The commissioners had reached 1000 for I Evidently a little forty years They are related to several families in this county niggle w ith La Grippe aged 47 awarded Infoi matioii has reached here of Ihe mense stocks of Salt Lime With one exception the Enquirers prizes went to poor people The President of This is the last of the R fluoh with continental money Capt Welch Jyo Mr James Cornelison has rented the He was a brother of Judge B F the recently of Wesiey Eubank for- Â¬ Cement and B cases and Judge Chenault is paid the University of West Virginia is the proud possessor of two boys and a girl NI 1000 for a washing tub Baumstark Pottery Shop and will put a death Em Buckner formerly presiding Judge of the truly thankful Im- merly of this county He was the son Machinery Sundays Enquirer contained pictures of the twelve sets of triplets and their set of hands to work at once and run the Another entry reads 792 March Madison Common Pleas and Circuit of Stephen B Eubank for many years plements Sulkies Gear and The Kentucky Central Railroad Com- 30th this day put in the hand of John mothers business in full blast Mr Cornelison now Courts a Magistrate of this county The de 11 yrnside the following There was no applicant for the 500 prize offered for a quartet military warrants has two shops and three kilns working pany is making improvements at various the best line of Groceries in Hon T J Megibben died at Cynthiana ceased left here when almut grown and thp marlfpt points along the line At Paris work will for service done in completing the inde and mauling 200 rails 2 shillings 6 pence tianity in Japan in the seventeenth centu about fifteen hands of the same disease went to Missouri and afterward to Ore Then the be commenced at an early day on a two pendency for North America Tie Oldest ana stresses American Messrs Rucker Benton Co our en gon by half a days scutching flax 1 shilling 3 ry the author has entered a field fresh in mm where he uieu 01 consumption Msssn IdftN w at rants are described story brick structure to contain ten rooms rtMsMJs shillings English literature The Fall of the Chris- Â¬ terprising millers opened bids last Wed Â¬ His wife nee Miss Lute Berry daugh Â¬ pence by making pair shoes 3 We know of no abler or more interest with a bay window in front for train dis The books employed in keeping the recNORTH AMERICA It should be tians is written by a scholar whj has nesday for the letting of the contract for ter of Hubert Berry formerly of this by making coat 14 shillings George Fiuley book keener for the ing magazine than Belfords published in patchers office and general use This ords of the new county of Greenbrier wer borne in mind that in those days 25 cents made a specialty of Japanese history and the erecting of the roller system to their county died a yer or two ago SLRINKIELD Win Â¬ Kentucky Lumber Company at Buru Chicago but edited by Don Piatt of building will be erected at the northeast not numerous Under date of Novembei mills The following well known firms is based on manuscripts which were dismade a shilling side baa lied to Canada with a consid Â¬ COXNhVTlATT chester Democrat Washington City Besides its editorials side of the present quarters of the train 17S6 is tound this account Greenbrier His It is interesting to note the prices of a covered by the author while he was occu- placed their bids and had their represen I ceased lived at the mouth of Four erable sum of the firms money of great merit its selections are unusually dispatcher at the station PENNSYLVANIA A depot at county to Alex Welch for books required Morman of In Mile on Kentucky Hiver Nordyke few miscellaneous items 1 book case 6 pying a distinguished scholastic position tatives here wife is from Williamsburg and he is a fine Its article on Andersonv ille and Muirs is going up and will be more com- in keeping records of land office Then NIAGARA dianapolis Case Co of Columbus O in Japan 1 scythe and cradle 12 shillings Finley shillings relative of Conrresman other war prisons has attracted wide at modious than the one destroyed by fire three books are described one of them BROWNS IROi BITTERS QERMANIA 1 mans saddle 3 pounds 10 shillings 42 The widow of Edward McMurdy son Richmond City Mills Richmond Ind Children will freely take Dr J H tention Each issue has a complete novel less than costing 4 pounds the other two Paris Kentuckian in lifiestiou rriousin ss lysnia viaia- The Bradford Mill Co of Cincinnati yards holland 1 pound 7 shillings 1 bot- of the Rev Dr McMurdy a McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm un aad Seneml UebtUty thysiThe last one was In Circes Toils by Morman lion Clinton L Clark of Ottawa and half as much Nine years later anothe tle British oil 3 shillings 6 pence one contract was let to Nordvke like cough syrups it contains no opium commend it All dealer sell it lenuiiie resident of Washington Mason counMeta DeVere lines on wrapper Liu trade mark an an ex member of the Canadian Parlia- charge of 3 pounds and 6 shillings for new barrel 5 shillings upper leather for ty is suing the Portugese Government for of Indianapolis Work will begin at once will soothe and heal any disease of the ROCK A Wood Bank throat or lungs quicker than any other ment in an interview- - concerning the record book is made and there exists no one pair of shoes 2 shillings 6 pence 25 the sum of and by the 15th of April the work will be fja- - Dont forget our office is at th 27--3500000 and she has SecreA cotton harvester and cleaner was remedy The Daily Fort Scott Monitor savs that scheme to ship all American cattle through evidence that it was ever paid apple trees 6 shillings small walnut ta- tary Blaine aud a fleet of Uncle Sams completed This is another enterprise for recently successful iy tested in a large Fanners National Rank The surveying done by Capt Welch should fetl Jack Si Clair waa drowned near the First National Bank in which the Canada over Canadian roads to the ex2 skeins silk 1 shilling ble 12 shillings HUME BURNAM cruisers at her back the McMurdvs which the citizens of Wacocertainty that cotton field at Lake Cormorant Miss proud Now that it is a Chenaults are largely interested and clusion of American railroad interests was enormous as evidenced by account 6 pence Nicholas ville Friday left Kentucky many years ago Edward machine was drawn by two mules The many of our citizens are stockholders has said there was nothing imaginary in the kept in this book The usual price for an John Ellis account is credited by find- developing into a financier In London we will have a roller mill that will ship as fast as they could walk and came so FOR I UK HUMID ordinary survey was 5 The fees charged K B Tobacco Barns Country Stores TV aiiuaas Malaria Indigestion and daily 50 barrels of flour anu with three a semi annual dividend payabe matter and that it was one of the greatest declared Martha he enlisted capitalists in the building of a ing spotted mare 13 shillings near gathering iu all the cotton on the aaV aud Milling property specialties Biliousness lake against Col George Clendinen tor one February 1 of 4 per cent and is in a undertakings Canada has known for a long potteries that ship yearly hundreds of car To railroad in Africa which was subsequentMoores account is thus presented UHOWNS For Local Fire Insurance be mire to stalks that the little left can easily he It cures quickly IROX BITTFRS years surveying were 550 and those my assumption to pay Mrs Lockhart Fc sal by ail dealers in splendid shape It is well managed and time The road would be known as the 4 call on ua at Friner- - Nviional Hank ly gobbled up bv the Portugese Mr Mc- loads of stone ware and flower pots and gathered by hand in the ordinary way medicine Gel the aajaBsaasaV North Canadian and Atlantic Railroad against Archer Mathews tor one year yards Holland HlMK since its increased capitalization to 300 BURNAM 3V32 Charles Arbuckle is Murdy is dead and kaving been an Amer- with an inexhaustible supply of sand it at very sniali cost It is estimated that 9 S5 He understood amounted to 860 John Archer ischargec charged to lifting your order on William ican citizen Secretary Blaine has made a seems if there is a town in the State of 000 has the largest paid up capital in and Steamship Company the cost of picking a bale ot cotton by with 129 pounds for surveying 12500 acres that the capital in it represented 45000 Southern Kansas Stanford Journal Mr Hunter is credited by demand for his widow and punctuated it Kentucky that needs a railroad it is Waco Crawford where the machine will not exceed William and Mary Walker are creditec survey The Eastern terminus of the road 000 for I horn as Smiths Irishman 13 by sending a squadron of vessels to Lis- It is rumored that a Company is looking as it would amount to at least 11 by Change ef Base with 27 pounds cash for surveying 9000 would be at S Charles Bay Labrador shillings William II Cavendish is bon this matter up now in view of running a hand Mr A Tiibble who has successfully and the calculation was to save two days acres But Henry Banks seems to have Let er come road to this place charged to information to locate 1000 run the Tribble House at Junction City time in the transportation of cattle across owned more land than any of his neigh- acres of DIED- land 2 pounds and is credited KDENTON for many years has rented the Cumberbors In 1789 he is charged with the surby lifting order on Hugh Miller the ocean Here land Hotel at Middlesboro and will take veying of 53000 acres amounting to 10 is Samuel Taylors account Grant Jones nephew of Mrs R X To cash Several weeks ago an item appeared in Joel Vinson sold a horse to Elisha possession February 1st Mr OJThurpounds and of 91000 acres at 20 shilling paid Miss Sallie 12 shillings By 12 lbs White of Richmond died at Verailleson C this column to the effect that the L HOME 0F7ZCS 327 Filth Street Louisville Sy Warren for 100 mond will take charge of the hotel at per thousand or 91 pounds a total 144000 sugar at I shilling per pound aS - jjM Monday V R R Co proposing to build from BA2TCZ OFFXCZ PineTille Hotel Plaeville Sy iqS pounds or 990 The largest acres for Junction City Stanford Journal James Phipps is out again after a severe Harvev H Vise died at his home in the A memorandum recite that Thomas Winchester to Beattyville had been atMr Tribble is one of the Executors of 00c Arbuckle engaged with Charles Arbuckle spell of pneumonia body of Bankss estate numbered Red House neighborhood Sunday night tached by creditors in the sum of 10000 This Company owns 20000 acres of the finest COAL IRON AND the late Alexander Tribble of this county acres In payment he gave Capt Welch to stay 2 years to be instructed in the Elisha Warren has sold his crop of to- Â¬ January 20 iSyO Funeral services were Our authority at the same time stated to Bayless Turney recently sold to Jas held by TIMBER LANDS lying immediately around Pineville also one ot the devisees a negro man An account against Bill mercantile line of business bacco at 5 all around Elder J I Wills Manday at i us that Judge Billy Beckner the attorney H Hall of Mavsville a pair of matched Frog is for a survey of 7000 acres at 17 oclock Land in the Greenbrier country a cenW J Warner sold one yoke of oxen to Sait for 20000 for the company was the first to attach bay carriage horses for 1200 Paris pounds Maggie youngest daughter of W T tury ago was not valuable In fact it Mike Simpson of Garrard county for 65 Mrs C T Hogan sister of Mr J J fixing his fee at 3500 We could not beNews Odd names are found throughout the seems to have been about the only thing Tevis died of measles and La Grippe at Blakeman Si Peel have sold their saw Adams foreman of The Climax office lieve it and expected to hear from him a book Leading off with the above menLocation for Manufacturing Plants of desirable kinds furnished Mi Pony Beasley of Garrard countv the home of her uncle C C Chrisman that continental money would buy in any mill at Saunders ferry to Thos Sewell of ha filed suit n Judge Scotts court in broad denial but it has not been forthsold four saddle horses to a New York near Kirksville yesterday tioned Mr Bill Frog we cite Henry Leap great quantity Captain Welch gave 1000 on liberal terms Her age was Beattyville Winchester against the Kentucky Union coming This same Billy Beckner not man for 1050 and to a Virginia party 10 vears Burial in Richmond Cemetery Matt Meadows Joe Barrel Tom Tease acres of land for an Indian pony and a Railroad Company for 20000 damages half a dozen months ago proclaimed in The farmers are getting along yery well three saddle geldings for 750 First Coke made in Southeastern Kentucky was made by this Josiah Peas Wm Henchman George Sea side saddle for his daughter Miss Sallie to day at 2 oclock The plaintiff alleges that the defendant living letters of fire that the road had with their hemp breaking considering the Company at Pineville John Wooden Adam Eighhole Mrs Virginia OBannon died suddenly Welch afterwards Mrs Reynolds Mr David Kennedy has given the name failed and neglected to provide a fence or 6000000 from New York sources had amount of rain Familiar names are even more numerous A son of this lady Alexander Reynolds bay atthe home of her daughter Mrs William of La Grippe to his in Europe for 6000000 other protection at the point where the sold their bands The first Coke Plant in Southeastern Kentucky is in Pineville odd ones and show how heavily named for her father became a distincolt by Chesterwood If the colt gets Martin in Richmond Ky on Wednesday Analysis ot this coke shows 94 per cent fixed carbon less than 4 per more and finally that the Calhouns had than UNION CITY aid road runs under Main street in WinKentucky must have drawn on Virginia ot there like his namtsake he will be a world morning January 22nd 1S90 of heart dischester and in consequence her husband agreed to furnish 6000000 more That for her population as we find John Hunter guished man He attained the rank ash and less than one half of one per cent sulphur ease aged about 67 years The remains cent Brigadier General in the Confedeiate Paris News be built as rapidly as sevfell into the excavation while going home the road would O W Crews has a typical case of La beater Byrnside these two belonged to the arny He led the assault on the last line A correspondent of the Turf Field and were taken to Lancaster for interment eral thousand men could do it That the John along said street and was killed Captains surveying corps Adam Swope formed by the Federals in the battle Grippe Mrs Sally Ann Cobb died in RichB had tried to steal the L C KNI Farm wants to know why so much stress and Timber of Ull Iron Ore of Escspticnal The debating society at Union City Archibald McDowell John which ended in the Cemetery at this place 0a T Piaeville line east of Richmond is mond Ky on Friday January 24th 1890 and was James Boggs is laid on the dam of a horse This Vs Â¬ The Pine Mountain Iron Si Coal Co annoying the L C Si V in many other Ellis Hamilton Perkins Dunbar Wil- on the 30th of August i362 Among meets every Monday night easily explained the horse that hasnt a after a short illness aged about 48 years John Harris son of Thos Harris near dam isnt generally worth one Glasgow She was a daughter of Henry N Wells other services he defeated Rosecrans adhas recently been re organized and con- ways 6imply to get the L C Si V to pay liams Moody Rogers Dunn Patterson ARE FOUND ON THE LANDS OF THIS COMPANY deceased Burial took place in the Cemsiderable new blood and capital brought them something to get out of the way and Shanks Stuart Davis Taylor Johnson vance in the Gauley mountains near this place is very low with pneumonia Times etery on Saturday from her residence By examining the ail that sort of loud sounding stuff He Kincaid Caperton Cabell McClintock Kanawha Fails After this brilliant en- Â¬ A large number of people passed through into the undertaking Laboel Chippewa Falls Wis Webb THE COMPANY WILL BEGIN SELLING LOTS ON FEBRUARY 5 Watts gagement in which he used masked bat- on their road to Winchester Court Mon- Â¬ corner of Main and Smith Ballard Streets advertisement on this page of the sale accused The Climax of unrighteously Farley Feenie Estill Martin have sold to a Minneapolis syndicate the c Miss Nannie Lynch died of typhoid teries to great effect he was dubbed day of lots that will take place at Pineville on and damnably interfering with the sacred Masters black trotting stallion Arcadian 7 years Her funeral fever in Huntsville Ala The large number of persons with the Gauley Reynolds you will see that rights of the great L C Si V Yes Billy The war having Wednesday Feb 5th McGuires distillery on Otter Creek old by Egbert dam by Almont grandam is noticeable closed in company with General Field a will close for a while on Friday next by Brown Chief son of Mambrino Chief was preached at the Methodit Church in the gentlemen connected with it represent Beckner was asleep with one eye open and given name John Richmond on Monday January 27th by JAMES S RAY President Capt Welch must have been a consid- native of Richmond and Generals Loring fully the developments of the material in Wm J Risk storekeeper for 10000 his little gun in hand ready to defend his Rev M Evans The burial took place erable farmer as well as surveyor for his and Stone he went to Egypt and enlisted Kentucky and precious charge terests of Souh Eastern He was ready and will W S Atkinson has returned home afPercy Tabert of Lexington has 13 in the Cemetery onaoToas Deceased was 18 years for all kinds of in the service of the Khedive holding a are in position to materially aid in these ing at all times to sound the war whoop book teems with charges ter an absence of some time in Jessamine high bred trotting mares and instead of old and a daughter of H J Lynch re Â¬ THEODORE H V LOVING Secy and Tieas stock and grain sold and with credits for high official position He was accompan Since this re organization and draw his scalping knife undertakings Alas Billy He was with his son who was breeding them on his own account as here- cently of this place county President of the Louisville Safety Vault and Vice Prest of the L S R R Co and of taken on quite a is the first to stick a straw into the bubble every kind of farm work imaginable There ied by his son who was subsequently sent sick and died of typhoid fever rincville property has the Louisville Banking Co Trust Company tofore he has farmed them out at 1250 John Atchison died on the 14th inst at The com- and let out the life wind of his little are various miscellaneous charges and on a secret mission to Illion New York remarkable degree of activity apiece If they all have colts he gets the his residence near Hanly of typhoid fever 15 CARSON ELIHU ROOT JOHN credits A surveyors compass is credited to have canons cast for the Egyptian army Residence with 6 rooms cellar and pany has made large sales during the first balloon income of 10250 for them He was 30 years of age and came to this of Chicago Ills Vice President and Gener- of New York Director and Chief Attorney to one man at 6 pounds another with While there he died suddenly General 2 cisterns 2 acre lot bain pond and neat little of which week of Januarv nearly all C R R- CRR al Manager of the L N A of the L N A Exchange county from Madison where his parents Now Opea driving a wagon to Fredericksburg iSf Reynolds died in the service of the One orchard For sale privately property has been sold and re sold at from DEX F A HULL horse Alcryonowned in Mich- Â¬ still reside He leaves a wife the daughThe grey still another with one rifle Khedive 33-The grocery and meat store of Mr shillings J P REEVES The com50 to 300 per cent advance Â¬ igan heads the list of big winners in 1S89 ter of George Hagcrdon deceased and of Danbury Conn Prest of the Board of President of Dennis Long A Co Inm any more prop- Joe S Dills is now open in the house gun 4 pounds 10 shillings and yet an pany itself will not seli Fdy an Trade and MTg of Hardware Etc Two thousand head of cattle were Burnaro A Hume are agents for first Total amount 21500 Alcryon has a one child The remains were buried last He other with one old rifle gun 3 pounds erty until the 5th of February at which heretofore occupied by Joe Mackey W ST to death od the ranges in Wash Â¬ class insurance companies Try them record of 2154 and was among the fleet Wednesday at Ma pi Grove Cemetery frozen J 1 time a limited number of lots will be sold inv ites the public to call and see his new and still another with rifle gun 3 pounds B R R Co Prest R N I nag at the Buffalo races last August this place NichoUsville Journal ington during the blizzard 33 32 fresh stock of goods in a clean house 10 shillings and to the public Â¬ Â¬ 1 Brannon win lecture i urc vuun louse to night on Faith cure Residence and grounds for sale privateSea local bv J T Reeve - I- Barliourville or Barbonrsville On last Tuesday a Red House man Foxtown man and a Richmond man came up into Tiie Climax office and asked how we spelled the name of the county seat of Knox with or without an s We replied without the s Then the Foxtown man and the R chmond man laughed and gouged their thumbs into the ribs of the Red House man and all three walked off down to ward First Street Presently they went to a book store and called for a geography After looking in it the Red House man and the Foxtown man laughed and gouged their thumbs into the ribs of the Richmond man and they went down street again The geography spelled Barbour ville with an s Then we began a search through the various authorities of The Climax office for the correct orthography of the word and found them much divided theg reater number favored the s but the latest Ones drop the s For instance The Cyclopedia history of Kentucky U S postal guide Ivison Blakenan Si Co s map Shalers geology Coltons map N W Ayer Sons newspaper directory and several other publications use the s But George P Rowells newspaper directory Proctors Geology and Rand McNally Cos large atlas omit the s Lastly the Bar bourville News published at that town drops the s A RARE OLD MAMSCRlPT IliMnry a Hundred Years Old Prfxened ky Aid of a tioose qnill Pen and a ltlank Cook Â¬ r v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 6j One charce is fnr nart of U T11nn of liquor shot for There had evidently been a shooting match for liquor and the Captain won it or sold it to the loser It amounted to 3 shillings 8 pence Another man is credited with 3 gallons whisky at 10 shillings per gallon still another with gallon whisky at 5 shillings Salt seems to have been acceptable at all times Credits are found fixing thej price at 16 shillings per bushel 2 bushels and ttie sack at 2 pounds 3 shillings one bushel salt 16 shillings 1787 Gun powder was another commodity of which frequent mention is made and the price ranged from 1 shillings to 2 shillings sixpence per poundAmong the transactions in live stock are these One horse 15 pounds one heifer pound shilling 1 penny nine sheep 8 shillings per head one steer 2 pounds 5 shillings one cow 2 pounds 10 shillings bay mare 9 pounds shill- Â¬ one steer 5 shillings ings one yearling heifer 1 pound 15 cow and calf 3 pounds two shillings English pigs 12 shillings one wagon and two horses 45 pounds one calf hide 4 shillings Major William McKee is credited with l cash which balanced his account and is the first instance of money being received in dollars all previous transactions having been in pounds shillings and pence Thisvvas in 1789 A short time before is Bul this entry Robert Reed to cash he is charged therefor 6 shillings In the same year in the same way there is an entry of 10 for which 3 pounds are charged These two items indicate that dollars were 50 per cent above par as com- Â¬ pared with pounds shillings and pence Farm products commanded good prices as shown by the subjoined credits Six bushels corn at 2 shillings per bushel 33 bushels corn at 2 shillings per bushel I bushel flax seed 6 pence Major Patt By 40 Lockhart is credited as follows dozen wheat at 15 per dozen 15 shillings 104 dozen rye at iS per dozen 7 pounds 16 shillings 79 dozen oats at iS per dozen 5 pounds 15 shillings 6 pence Piece work and day labor are set forth in the following items By making pair of harness 2 shillings by your son hauling two stocks in his wagon for sawing 4 shillings 6 pence by one days reaping 2 shillings one days reaping 3 shillings by spinning 172 doz flax yarn at shilling per doz by weaving 23 yards tow linen 7 shillings 8 pence by one day gathering corn i shillings 6 pence by three days chopping in meadow 7 shillings 6 pence by seven days grubbing at 2 shillings 6 pence per day by cutting 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Mr Bruce Sweei ey of Anderson ccun ty was here last week Miss Anja Cosen of Somerset is visiting her sister at College Hill Mr Edgar Boggs who has been in St Louis for the past month or two retains1 horn lat week on account of ill health Mr James B Martin of Bsrren county candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals was here last week and found a good number of friends Mr J B Walden of Salt Lake City spent Sunday with his sister Mrs J A G Williamson He has lately received the Democratic nomination for Treasurer of that city Mr W Tandy Chenault of East HickHe lives imman was here last week mediately on the line between Fayette and Jessamine counties and on the pike leading from Tates Creek to Lexington He tells us of a 400 acre farm in his vicinity that has been rented for a term of ten years at 7 acre per year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEREA to his credit La Grippe is paving its respects to the citizens of Herea Miss Anna Johnson has returned to er home in Huntsburg Ohio Mrs Lilian Hanson has gone to Ten- ncssee to pay a visit to her parents Mr J F Browne has had a substantial fence built in front of his premises Mrs Speer the lady principal has been sick for two weeks and is still unable to leave her room Dr Lusk has made some valuable im- Â¬ provements on his house and is now erecting a comfortable summer kitchen Mr McLaughlin of Toledo O spent ten days here refitting and improving the furnaces in the several College buildings The house of T P Wyatt on Center Street caught fire in the attic but was discovered by the neighbors and extin Â¬ guished before serious harm was done I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with 7400 DRUNKENNESS L1010R UABIT Ia all the World there is hat Oae Care third with Jack 215 Dr Haiaes ioldea Sterile Stcck Farm Ti7 It can nf ten or enflVe Mr Sam Gambie has pUrchased of Col without be Kiven In a cupthe person taking the knowledge f Bosvvedl of It effex ling a speedy aud iiermitnent cure Nancy Lee the dam llait whether the patient is n moderate drinker or by Dictator Nancy Hanks dam old au alcoholic wreck Thousand of drunkard have been cured who have taken the Oolden Sophy dam ofjulia Anne Johnson specific In their coffee without their knowl in 1871 Price 6 00 Mr Gamble of edge and to day Ihiuk they iuit drinking of their own freewill No harmful effect re Â¬ fered 5000 for her some months since but sults from Its administration urea guaran tied Send for circular and full particular the offer was then refused She will prob- Address in cnntideni e Goldcn SPiciric Co 1K Kate St 17 18 Cincinnati J L S Record ably be bred to Sultan James M Philips aueil seventy three trotters with records betThere are 28 ter thin 220 and lorty three of those years hanged liimstlf with a trace records were made in 1SS9 Prior to 1889 chain at his home in Liucolu county only Maud S Jay Eye See St Julien He had suffered with a constant pair and Guy had trotted below the teens in the bend for teii year He left a while 18S0 produced Sunol Axtell Palo note addressed to editor Walton of the Alto Stamhoul and Belle Hamlin that Journal as follows J as M Philips performed this feat and Guy lowered his suicided just because lie ha I endured the torture for ten long years Could 212 to 2io4 besides Stcck Farm The new kind of track with one turn of get no relief from the Lord although which we hear so much may prove fast if he hud petitioned earnestly and fer properly built but the people may not venily aud the physicians utterly fail Â¬ take kindly so it The greater part of the ed Hence his rash act No comments He left life insurance policies mile will be trotted so far from the grand please stand that the contest will look tame The amounting to 70U0 and some other magnetism which springs from touch or property cloe sympathy will be absent The peoPersons who lead a life of exposure ple like dearly to have the horses right are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago and will find a valuable under their eyes Commercial Advertiser remedy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic The work on the new course at Mon- Oil Liniment it will banish pain and mouth Park is progressing rapidly The subdue inflammation 27 39 new stand is already in course of construc Â¬ Physicians appear to conform quite tion the first columns having been swung generally says the Boston Herald to The stone and into position last week to heal thembrick culvert costing nearly 10000 the familiar injunction selves save where tiie complaint is old through which flows a little brook thit I he average age of the deced Â¬ The age runs into Parkers Creek is finished ents of the Massachusetts Medical So Â¬ mile and three furlongs straightway course which begins at Eatontown and ciety during the year v9 reached the ends at Little Silver will run over this high figure of sixty eight years and a half which comes very close to the culvert span of life allotted to man by the trotter sold Axtell the great psalmist for 105000 which is the highest price Sii K headache wind on the stomach ever paid for a horse in the history of the woild In England Ormonde tops all bilioii oiess nausea are promptly and agreeably tmnisiied ny iir j n Mc horses raised in that country a- well as Leans Little Liver aud Kidney Pillets being the next highest priced animal to 25c a vial 27 Axtell he selling for 75000 There have Euroes mysterious epidemic is apbeen many horses raised however that parently not only spreading but grow Â¬ would have commanded in their palmy ing in seriousness In several sections days fully as much as Axtell sold for upof Germany it has developed a mslig ward of 125000 having been once nant character which has resulted in for the great running horse English lung troubles and some eases have Eclipse Nelson 214 4 ranVs second SETTLE IP- - 243 Â¬ Â¬ EveryUxiy knowing themselves in Â¬ debted to me are requested to call and aettleat once I need the money and mut have it Will be found at my old C E SMITH drugstore Â¬ 11 1 x Â¬ lr U- - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I TJ Â¬ I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Uotice to Debtors Â¬ I Â¬ LE1TCRS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Taylor Hair sr willis Farm and best T1MQTTR liNOU AMfF A HUME Â¬ Â¬ BURNAM Â¬ A ssa 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 BOTTOM RATES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Capital Stock Fall Iaid 30OOO0 Â¬ 11 Â¬ LOTS SOLD ON LIBERAL TERMS Â¬ three-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Purity 1st Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OFFICERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RIDDIKS AM PROVERBS KITCHEr4 ECONOMIES THE 10 COMMANDMENTS THE ROYAL BOAR HUNT Â¬ GREAT IMPORTANCE ATTACHED THEM IN EARLY TIMES TO Hagan Fable Talei in Which Old Kiddles 1 17 a In in in nt 1art Adventure of the 1 Think Carefully and buy from us Kins Son ana the- - Witch and in the Den of Murderer Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest Kiddles are an old old story in human 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered history and proverbs apparently began 4 Work Diligently Until You Beach Our Plat v 91 W Main w itli the very beginning of human life Originally the riddle was considered as Honestly Is Our Motto the authoritative test of a mans intelligence and ability therefore the man ite Thoroughly If You Do Not Know w ho could ak a question that another Bay Frequently man could not answer was considered as If You Would Please J far the abler of the two and men like Bell Kea onably Has Kver Been Our Aim when they could not answer the apparently simple riddle were so cha10 PAY PBOMFILT Is Earnest Beqeect grined that they even committed suicide The high value thus attached to ridFollow the TKN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead you dling did not stand very long before the logical arguments of the sohools but to success and sad make us happy among the common people tha riddle has lived on and is still a stock amassment for a larger portion o the human race than any other de ice This is especially true of the various riddles that are woven into the tales of folk lore partic- Â¬ ularly those that arc common to the difff IN ferent nationali Often th ion is so simple as ALL KINDS oi- HARDWAKK STOVES TINWARE to show a remarkable want of ingenuity Wi and generally the wit is scanty and ofDENWABEHOU8K FURNISHING GOODS ten the phrase vulgar but such as it is hikers Tools and Material v ranis wag and thick heads nodding delight ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING my lands by the myriad home tiles of the peasantry of the world FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS ILoW In like manner many of the proverbs HAY RAKES WHEELBARROW that now aeeni mean dan origi- unction with some old word tale FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC ETC that has been lost or olscured while the lias lived on Take for in- LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOD WILL FIND US the proverbial phraee the nine It oootea from an okl Hin Â¬ a cat doo atorv of The Cat That Could Not lie Killed The dog bit her tail in half the ele-Â¬ Ky July M 188S 4phant seized her with his trunk and threw her a long distance then he put hi- - foot on her then the leopard w as cheated by her a man stuck his knife into her and a bear clawed her hut they didnt kill the cat and all of them wished they had let her alone AND The German tale of The Riddle is a of the folk fair sample of a lar in which riddles play a prominent part Hen- it is There was once a kings son who was Seied with a desire to travel around the JIIKK WK COME ALAIN WITH world and took no one with him but a TO BE ENLARGED AXI A IKKSH LOT OK CHOICE faithful servant One day he came to a great forest and when darkness overtook him he could lind no shelter and knen not where to pass the night Then he saw a girl v bo was Lin toward a small and whn he came nearer that tie maiden was young and beauti -- fok On account nf the inconvenience thai ful He spoke to her and said Dear will nrrur I herefrom we have decided chilil can 1 and my servant find Hi yes Mil our enuraaoan slock of for the night said the girl in a sad voice that you certainly can but I do not advise you to venture it Do not go in Why not asked be We handle tl rerything The maiden sighed and said llj step mother practices wicked arts She is ill and give you the disposed to -- tr Then he saw very well that he had to the house of a witch but as it I ililr irk and heconld not go farther and also was not afraid he entered The old woman was sitting in an arm chair iinded thanks by the tire and looked at the stranger with her red eyes Good evening - who growled she and pretended to be quite AT A liberally Tal friendly and rest your self She blew up the fire on which anil tbem a- she was cooking something in a small in ti in the ji The daughter warned the two to pot From now until the huildt rs bejjiu and be prudent to eat and drink nothing for jfsTIiceaapietc their work lew the old woman brewed evil drii TTiir-- will bs a rare opporThey slept quietly until morning When tunity for the people of Richmond they vere making ready for their departure and the kings son was already arnl Madison county to get the Id woman said a moment I will first hand you a 1 Â¬ On Â¬ Â¬ SHACKELFORD GENTRY Â¬ Â¬ i SHACKELFORD GENTRY BOOT RING STILL IN THE SHOE HOUSE - Groceries RemodeleD mi -- NEW YEAR PRICES Boots Shoes HATS AND Â¬ FURNISHING GOODS Great SACRIFICE tF Â¬ Â¬ Chenault tractt H Biggest Bargains -i- parting draught Whilst she fetched it the king rode away and the servant who w is just buckling hi stand ing there wlen the wicked witch came ut with the drink Take that to your but as she spoke the glass broke and the liquid spurted on the which immediately fell down death The servant ran and told his master w hat had happumd and then went back for the saddle When he came to the dead horse a raven was already de Who knows whether we vouring it shall and anything betfc said rvant so be killed the raven and took it with him And now they journeyed onwrnl into the forest tile w hole day and con By nightfall they found it of it an inn and entered it The servant en to the innkeeper to make it ready for supi The inn hou a den of mur- who in kill the st geis but first sat down to supper and ate the raven In a short time they all fell down dead and the only one left in the was the innkeepers daughter who was honest and showed to the ares which the murderers had laid up He would have nothing to do with them and told her to hem The next day they set out upon their travels and soon came to a town in which was a beautiful princess w ho had canoed it to be proclaimed that ever set her a riddle that she could should bo her husband but if she guessed it his head should be cut off The kings son determined to try hi tune and proiKiunded this one One slew none and yet slew twelve The riddle proved too hard for the princess w ho finally has to marry the kings son The reader will see that there is no great amount of wit in such tales as and yet they have given greater amuscicn to a larger circle of ad minrsthan the wittiest story that was ever told Marcus Lane in Chicago Globe Warming Gboats in China In case the funily is too poor to own a burial mound or to 6taud the exicnses of the funeral the colliii is kept in the house until they can raise enough money to put it under the ground in good style writes Frank G Carpenter A tutor em plojed at the American legation in Pe- Â¬ king has had the coffin containing his father body in his house for the last two years and he has not yet been able to raise enough money to bury it Be- Â¬ fore he picks out a burial spot he will like all Chinamen get a fortune teller to choose a lucky place for him and he will go jieriodically to the grave and burn some pajx r money over it and some suits of paper clothes to keep the spirit of his father warm and will place some food before it that his father may have a ghostly feast during the night M Â¬ Â¬ GORMLEi SADDLES T They have ever received from any ooree tor our tock - one of the and largest in CZXTRAL KENTUCKY no catch penny to get rid - but we are in earnest about everything we aay Thifl i Â¬ IIB BtBHISS A WCGORMLEY tinue in their elegant 00 con We have all the latest styles in tin and Second Ky formerly occupied Richi drug store We have al by J P Her Ladies Shoes the latest style- - in the let makes and latest styles in ated that the people of these United States live extravagantly and right roundly are they abused therefor by the domestic economists In part we may admit the general truth of this accusation but we must be permitted to make We do live expen- Â¬ some reservations sively but that docs not of itself mean extravagance If we look into the matter carefully we may find that there are abundant and good reasons for this as it appears on the surface extravagance in li iig expenses Comparisons between the cost of living here and abroad are apt to It deceptive for the reason that there is no common from which to start tie considera- Â¬ tion of the topic The average American makes more money than the average man abroad and as an inevitable conse- Â¬ quence in accordance with the laws of demand and supply to preserve the natural equilibrium he must pay morefor house rent for food for ser ants wages for fuel for clothes And of course he is financially able to do this Taking these things into consideration it is an open question whether this large living as compared with that of other people is after all extravagant I have lived among a Latin people where oranges were sixty for a cent bananas ten cents a bunch and other food in pro- Â¬ The kitchen economy there portion would astound a New York housewife Twenty cents worth of food would make a meal for a huge family and an excel eal it would be for tje cook was sure to be an adept But wages there were from ten to thirty cents a day and a big income was 1000 a year The f living had to be low and besides that time was of so little consequence that it could be very profitably expend Â¬ ed in planning economies and in studying how to make the soup bone go the farthest for the dining table The essence of real economy is not always in the economy that is most superficially apparent You cam ot have an inexpensive table unless you make a You must take study of the subject time to think out your bills of fare you must learn the relative value- of food products as nutritive elements you must tand the science of cooking you must know meats vegetables fruits as you know your alphabet you must frequent the markets and learn when to buy where to buy and how to buy Now when you have done 11 this you will no doubt be abundantly able to set a table that will be the delight of your most dainty epicurean neightor and the source of plentiful satisfaction to your o n pocket iook But what has this cost you You will find that it has consumed a great pait of your tune it has absorbed your atten tion in all your leisure time nay in even more than your leisure time Now true it is that time is money and you will suddenly discover that while you have saved at one end you have wasted That is where ones earn at another rwer is large it is decidedly a false economy to spend time in small saving and thereby lose more in lessened income than is saved in these retrench- Â¬ ments It is only the very rich who lia c plenty of time to spare and can in lii the kitchen as a pastime or the very few whose time is of little worth and whoe circumstances compel to the nomy who can afford to give the requisite attention to this matter The time of the average American is too valuable either for bush pleasure to warrant him in this pursuit of economical living and saving For every dollar saved he would lose two in wasted opportuniti So the talk and argument of all theo Â¬ rists to the contrary notwithstanding we shall probably at least the most of us continue to live along about is we have been and are now doing Oar bills of fare will ie large and substantial even if they lack many niceties of touch We shall not spend our time in planning for our dinners but we shall pro iabh have nlatime as though we did that will have quite as much money left in the end and on the m hole bequite as happy and as long lived Alexander Dumas used to boast that no one could excel him in making a salad but probably even he with all his leisure scarcely would have cared to spend all his time over tie kitchen Few men care to haunt the mar- ven if they have the time and most of us prefer to have our wives as sometime companions rather than al- - and housekeepers W II L in New York Star Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ riie Traditional American Waite In Kitchen and ut Table it reiterAgain and again do we har GERMANYS EMPEROR AND HIS GRU NEWALD FRIENDS An Imperial Meet Which la Held on St Huberts Day the Tbtrd of November A Ills Jollification Where Only the Journalists Are In Full Dress A blast is heard from the gamekeepers outside announcing that the boar has been loosed Fifteen minutes more passed and then the master of the hunt Count Itichard Dohna Schlobitten advancing to the prince salutes him and says Your royal highness it is time for the Prince Frederick Leo- Â¬ hunt to begin pold raises his hand Herr Palm salutes and then lifting the waldhorn to his lips blows a long and powerful note that re echoes shrilly throughout the castle The hunting park is right in the middle of the Grunewald woods A little distance from the castle is the wide and deep river Havel along whose hanks Should the there is abundant cover boar however take it into his head to cross the river he is pmctically safe from the hunters for long before they could cross in boats he would have But the hounds in the forest are off on a keen scent and as they pick up the faehrte of the game they give cry that tells the hunters where to fol- Â¬ Â¬ low Sales - and Harness MENS SHOES AND BOOTS We have al MADE TO ORDER of the and by the best work men Weights Hriiiles Muzzles Misses and Childrens Shoes We have a full stock of Spurs J Stirrups lains Blind Bridles told and Silver Buck s les Harness Oils Han AllWIII Infants Shoes We have t tie largest line of y Bridles md y ol IIJ Trace Chains and everything -- VllOUp BOYS SHOES In the City best We have the The market II hop A Light Road which So Bell Yar 10 Track Harness HATS Flt Ha At Cost selection of afbrda such as Kxox Goraaley made the harness with Stiff iid Siaxaoa We have an abundant tap ply of UaabreHas Neckwear Shirts also that wilh which Seats1 Hosierv Ac irom 12- - Suspenders All to he COST ftF King Dinah Sdifou who attracted so much attention here during the visit of ah of Persia has been replaced by a not her sable Senegalese sovereign named Ousman Gassy Parisians however are no longer curious about negro monarchs as poor Ousman Gassy unlike his predecessor is left to languish in his lodgings in the locality of Grenelle where he is surrounded by an encampment of his King Gassy has fought and subjects bled in the cause of France and has accordingly received the cross sf the Le-Â¬ gion of Honor which he wears proudly He rules when at in his white burnous home over 200 villages containing a pop ulation of 300000 sable subjects Like most of the superior types Df blacka- Â¬ moors invited to 6ee the exhibition and to represent here the natives of the French colonies or dependencies in Afri- Â¬ ca Ousman Gassy is a highly intelligent looking uan and his royal honors although meager and mediocre sit well upon him London Telegraph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rlirl Rnynltieg in Tails ALL 41 4u WORK WARRANTED AT COST Hive as AT COST your- self I call and see for Respect felly Fine is Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of the I hey are for sale ry latent patterns on the iiMfct reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and nee me and you wout H home without one 6 JOHN DONELKOX t K WALLACE OF ARTISTIC RICE New and Original Designs MM In Granite and Marble r S To Satisfy Insurance Companies Have you heard the story cf the rub-Â¬ ber hose bought for the infirmary It was a coil of hose to hang in the hall to be used in case of fire One day they took it down in order to sprinkle the lawn but as soon as the water vae turned on it burst in half a dozen places The infirmary directors were raging They took the hose back to the rubber store and demanded an explanation The proprietor of the store said that be liad sold it in good faith supposing it to be a good article In order to satisfy himself he wrote on to the manufacturer who replied that the hose was simply an ornamental article made to hang up in facto satisfy insurance requiretories And 60 there is hose made that ments is to be looked at not used Here is a big factory and its owner supposing that in case of tire he can turn ou twenty lines of hose at once is putting his trust in a rotten good for nothing pipe Bet- Â¬ ter inspect all these emergency hoeo lines at once Cincinnati Times Star Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now tho whole field is iii full chase Hof jagw meistcr Graf von Dohna lead Â¬ ing gallantly on his powerful black bqrse Pr ently he turns and makes rxm for the ladies for the chase is yet young even though the joyous bark of the hounds can be heard at intervals indicating that they are still on the track The prancing of some of the horses rid- Â¬ den by the ladies causes a delay The emjieror is exceedingly partial to Prussian horses and this fact has set the fashion where heretofore there were many English horses used in the hunt- Â¬ ing field Our Prussion breed is slow but more enduring than the English and in every way better adapted for the rough work of a lxar chase The supreme moment of the hunt is when the boar lies bleeding and dead with his and the princes hunting knife cuts from the nearest pine tree a bunch of needles which the prince gayly distributes to those who happen to be present the moment the fang or dagger stab in the lungs the is given None who coup de grace are not on the spot at the in- Â¬ stant of victory may share the bruch As each of the fortunate hunters places his spray of pine in his hat or coat the bugles sound the Hallalli Hallalli Hallalli the signal of the death of the boar This brings all the laggards to the spot hot and breathless with riding and their horses flecked with foam Then with his hunting knife Herr Palm administers the curee to the dead boar cutting it open with a single dexterous stroke One of his assistants then takes out the liver and intestines which are flung to the pack of dogs and quickly devoured After the chase all return to the Castie Grunewald where dinner awaits them Merry and hungry chatting gayly over the successful sport and without even an attempt at toilet tin- - hunters sit down this time to a regal table Unlike the lunch in the forenoon which was eaten in the courtyard the dinner is a stately and imposing affair the sole pe- Â¬ culiarity being the utter absence of even the semblance of preparation on the part of tho diners They sit down just as they come in from the forest their hunting suits torn and bloody or soiled by tumbles from their horses or contact with trees and bushes Even the ladies look blightly bedraggled some having their long habits and their hunting gloves stained with the marks of the chase but all are pleased and it is a happy party indeed which disregarding the conventionalities logins to do jus-Â¬ tice to the good cheer their imperial host sets before them To the rider who grasped the boar be- Â¬ longs the honor of toasting the emperor after the solid dishes have been disposed of This ceremony from time imme- Â¬ morial has been done in a peculiar brew called St Hubertus Grunewald punch There is one unique feature of the an- Â¬ nual hunting dinner For many years it hus been the custom to invite as guests not to the hunt but to the feast that fol lowed it a dozen of the most prominent journalists of the capital These spec- Â¬ tacled professional gentlemen who would be sadly out of place in a hunting field contribute in no small degree to the entertainment of the dinner where everybody present is supposed to help along the merriment in a Bohemian way It falls to the lot of some journalist des Â¬ ignated in advance by royalty itself to prepare and read to the members of the Hubertus run a agd Protokoll or ver- Â¬ sified narrative of the hunt and this with many other similar productions is kept as a memorial at the castle For a number of years this pleasant task was performed by the late Dr Louis Schnei- Â¬ der The newspaper men are really the only well dressed men at the dinner They attend in full evening costume and their elaborate toilets furnish a strange contrast to the rough dirty suits frowsy hair and muddy skirts of the merry fol- Â¬ lowers of the boar With the emptying of the punch bowl and when the last shout over the news paper mens verses has died away the hunters who reside in Berlin or Potsdam begin to think of home It is quite dark outside the castle but these revelers think nothing of an evening through the 6omber Grunewald woods In pairs or groups they walk or ride home mak- Â¬ ing the air merry with their songs and laughter as they go The ladies who do not stop over night at the castle ac Â¬ company them Every hunter carefully shows his or her bit of bruch for it is a matter of custom that it must be worn till one goes to bed At the same time the crowds of people who spent the day on the Grunewald turn Berlinward and soon the dark woods are once more Cor Philadelphia silent and deserted Times Â¬ aide-de-caÂ¬ j lie Seven Bibles Livlns expenses In England The seven bibles of the world are the Little as our readers may think it this Koran of the Mohammedans the Tri won rful feat may be achieved and by Pitikes of the Buddhists the Five Kings anybody provided tiat he has the thou of the Chinese the Three Vrdasof the sand a year A book has been published Hindoos the Zendavesta and the Scripof COSTSa by a lady which solves tho ture of the Christians 5000 1000 problem Given the The Konn is the most recent of the most people unfortunately have to cam five dating from about the seventh cenit you should spend it thus House rent tury after Christ It is a compound of rates and taxes repairs and renewals quotations from both the Old and New are put down at nearly 2o0 two serTestaments and from the Talmud The vants on board wages 100 k Tri Pitikes contain sublime morals and self and wife another 100 and insurpure aspirations Their author lived and ance 0 These estimates seem fair died in the sixth century liefore Christ enough though we fancy most people The sacred writings of the Chinese are would find it cheaper to feed their sr call d the Five Kings the word kings The other items are vants themselves meaning web of cloth From this it is mor questionable Â¬ presumed that they were originally writWashing at 98 does not seem exten on five rolls of cloth They contain travagant though to be sure soap u ise bsj ings from the sages on the duties cheap and in such a household then of life but they cannot be traced further would not bo many soiled tablecloths back than the eleventh century before But when e come to personal expendour era iture there is still stranger calculation The Vedaanre the most ancient books The wife apparently is to dress and in the language of the Hindoos but they supply herself with pocket money out of do not according to late commentators 7 while the husband is allowed 100 antedate the twelfth century before tho for clothes and nothing at all for pocket Christian era money Perhaps he is expected to take The Zendavesta of the Persians next it out of incidentals which amount to to our Bible is reckoned among scholars the substantial figure 13 Bat as these as being the greatest and most learned incidentals are expected to cover travelof the sacred writings Zoroaster whose ing amusements club sulwcriptions and say ings ir contains lived and worked in charity it will be seen that OU is not the twelfth century liefore Christ Moses likely to be a bit too much London lived and wrote the Pentateuch 1500 Globe years before the birth of Christ thereÂ¬ fore that portion of our Bible is at least PRICES CURRENT 300 years older than the most ancient of Kuview of the Money stock and Cattle other sacred writings Market for Jan 33 The Eddas a si mi SS led work of the Money was easy throughout the morning Scandinavians was first given to tho and cIiim iI with offering at ier cetit world in the fourteenth century Or- Â¬ Currency sixes lib bid coupon loj bid fours coupon 144 bid ange N J Journal w Boglaod Etsatbna Missouri racsSe thy Northern Pacifics Si rani aud Manhat The Anle Worm tan were the most active of tho regular Bat There is nothing especially interesting while Peoria flecitur and Fvausville Term about the angle worm itself It is the Haute Chicago and Eastern Illinois Louisville New Albany and thicafo were tin effect it has uon the lives of mankind ssatarei f the iraasraOy active Bat Aassag and boykind especially that weaves a tsSugr was the feature During halo of interest about this otherwise un- tho first lit minutes Manhattan was j er cent interesting object There may lie differ- Â¬ veryacthe and advanced ent breeds of the angle worm but those Peoria Deeetarand BvaaavtDs was apSV Terra Haute advanced 1 Chi tr cent who need them in their business do not cago and Kasferu Illinois common rose 1 i r cent and Louisville New Albany and examine into the pedigree of those that aieago come to hand firt Any smooth flat fineries decihnd IW1 par cent Sugiir reper cent advanced Alter 11 wiggly worm will tV bo it mongrel or oclock when the hank statement was made thoroughbred public showing an increase in the reserves thera was aa act v buwng of Why the denizens of the two most un- of 2A0 the leading stable elements air and water should strong an 1 stocks and theto iuirket cloned eansrally I oer saaa have an appetite for tho humble worm higher is one of tho great mysteries of nature Atchison S3 Mich Cent SW It is lucky for the worm that it is neither C B C Q I I fijji N Y Central 10 l v Northwestern Ill a swimmer nor flyer and it can also C C H uds ir2 Del Ohio a Km V thank its stars if it has any that birds D L 137 Pacific Mail mtf trr Krie LieH Rock Island and fish cannot handle a spade If the 1U 0U St Paul worm would give up its habit of going Lake Shore sv4 Western Uatoa H to meet the early bird it could pass its in imiatl life in comparative safety in the depths Wheat T380c of its sab cellar Co Its The man who discovered that fish liked WOOL Unwaahes fine merino IS19c worms is responsible for considerable combing lSWj24c medium delaine juvenile and masculine depravity Fish and clothing 21JV braid lictc meing cannot bo successfully carried on dium combing a4giV fleece washed tine X and XX medium cloth without the worm Any old tin can w ill merino ing SUt3lc delaine XliiClilc do to carry the worms in Hav Choice timothy sells at 11 503 1810 It is almost an infallible omen when a per ton prairie brings ttiftlijjs l straw 00 boy is seen with a spade and can that he I Good to attlb JiOiiilJij choice butchers tMCt will le missed at school on the morrow 400 fair J common 150UJ or when a man is seen with the same im stockers and feeders 1230X375 II KS Selected butchers ami heavy ship Â¬ plements Saturday evening that he will ping S3903i6 fair to good packuv be- missed at church next Sunday It is 4iiirf common and rough packiug not right to dig for angle worms on Sun- Â¬ 3 T fair to good light fcSO 100 pigs j day Texas Sittings 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Unprecedented Attraction 0VKR A MILLION DISTRICTED SADDLES HARNESS A1VTD I Louisiana State Lottery Company GEAR Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ The old and reliable ucational and Charitable purposes and its Harness tiuuse franchise made a part of the present State Constitution in iSg by an overwhelming popular vote Its Mammoth Drawings take place No M Serosal Street Semi Anmnllv June and December and has a its Grand Single Number Drawings take Garaett House place in each of the other ten months of stock of theyear an I are all drawn in public at Harness Bridjaa the Academy of Music New Orleans La Saddles Blankets Whips Spars FAMED FOP TTTENTY YEAES Boots Curry Joasbs For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt t Toe Weights Soaps Payment Of Prizes attested as follows We do hereby certify that we super everything else needed vise the arrange mints lor all the Monthly who handle hor- and Semi Annml Drawing of The Louisiana Stale Lottery Company and in per- Saddles Manufactured to Order son manage and control the Drawings themselves ami that the same are con Â¬ and none but the ducted with honesty fuirnev- - and in good used Ucsrtleaaeas lad faith ton nd all parties anil we authorize boys Saddles kept ii the Company to i e this certificate with ot every facsimiles ot our signatnrc attached in Harness its advertisements Trace liains Barnes C W PICKELS i Â¬ Â¬ CmmissIONKRs Bellybands Collars Name Strings Plow Lin Bridles Whips and used on the tarni Only expel ployed It you was We the undersigned Hanks and Bankers a hundred to select fron w ill pav all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at in price from 4 upwards our counters want a set ot llarue R M Halmsley President Louisiana sets to select from National Bank price from s up PiKRKK Lanalx President State Na All prices f Plow i tional Bank A IJmuwin President New Orleans the cheapest to the Nation il Bank CABJ Kohv President Union National thing entirely new in urry The handsoiiest lot nt laj Bank Â¬ t r Â¬ GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING i- ever brought to Richmond C 41- - At the Academy of Masjic New Orleans TUESDAY FEBRUARY it - T UK Lls P V AKK Â¬ Capital Prize 1 mll LN Â¬ Â¬ GO 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each C Halves io Quarters f 5 Tenths 1 Twentieths LIST OF PRIZES Pi ize of 300000 is 300000 The OoIt Coal Yard in T Prise of no ihhi is 100000 1 Prise of 501100 is ojoos I Ptize of 250001s 2 Piizesof looooare 20100 Only a square boss lli- - Ci 5 Prists of 5000 are 25000 YU dont have to semi as ic Prises of 1000 are 100 Prizes of 5Xare 50000 the depot 200 Prizes ui ti 300 are 500 Prizes of 2ooare 100000 CcalDslhgrsi AIl KOXIMATION PRIZES 1O0 Prizes ot 500 are 50000 100 do 300 arc 300O0 Soft Coal and Antnracite 100 do 200 are 20000 1 1 3M0ft T WELLS TERMINAL PRIZES 9jg 999 do Bbekp Lam I The Future Life I Xow open at My-r3134 Prizes amounting to 1054800 next to Second Prrsbytc t delivery in low it Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes tuieke Try us saVssa are not entitled to terminal Prizes it- c7 do 100 100 are are 99900 yl Not and Lump Coal gSftw BtbI fctlt BsssAaV j HI i SBJRBSJ l -- till t it and TFBEE i SBaaM tsi SiliiW our toMri saeitas tlkuM wfc4 taws ma our si ssas ef r 4 awsyfeSMsa T be be- - rirt i call yotw mtwmi yo f mm at Mahalk Ii i era aSMk4l - For Sale or Rent Firsl sell or rent privately the large two story I Class AND I UlAulilllMlll 1 ctire to LOWEST CONSISTENT P3ICES b I ORE HOUSE aituated on a good corner lot in BU ton Ky known as the Hogan proper- v H HCOIA We have the largest trade In Central Kentucky and guarantee Aaiiffaotioti JCa Write for prices and inlorma- lion before ordering any style of work WM ADAMS A BON Importers LEXLNQT0N KV JMs A Noted Klepliant The Ceylon papers announce the death of an elephant named Sella which had served the public works department for over sixty five years Originally Sella mged to the last of the Lings of Kandy Sri Wickrema Kaja Singha and was one of about 100 elephants which passed to the British government in lbl when the Kandyan dynasty was overthrown and the whole inland passed under British rule It was supposed at that time that Sella was 13 years of age but this was uncertain In 1880 it was de- Â¬ cided that all the elephants lx longing to the public works department should be sold and Sella fell to a well known resident of Colombo Mr De Soysa The animal aided in several keddah opera- Â¬ tions for the capture and taming of wild Bad Enough of the Tune Come over to our church and hear elephants but became totally blind about three years ago He continued however me preach this morning said the pas tor If you dont like the sermon yov to work at the plow until witldn a short time of his death After deatt the tusks will the music we are going to hav were removed and measured live feet in some of the loveliest chants you eve length Sella himself was 8 ftet high listened to No thanks replied Mr I took some ir Badmanfor it wai be the grab bag the fish pond the ring Pater On your prospects will aepend cake and the prize doll at your fair last my acceptance of you as a son in law week and I havent a cent left for the Would Be Hm Well my contribution basket Guess Ill stay out cts depend entirely on your ac my luck changes till Burdette in ceptance of me as your 6on Brooklyn Eagle An Inpleasant Companion Travelers sometimes have strange bed fellows A first class passenger by a slow passenger train running between Howrab and Asscnole was disagreeably surprised to find on waking from a sound sleep that something cold liad come in contact wiih his hand On looking at the hand what was his horror to find that underneath it was a cobra As the snake was asleep and had not coiled itself around the hand the gentleman sprang up and managed to evade its bite How it got into the carriage is one of those mysteries no one can unravel It may have effected an entrance while the car- Â¬ riage was on the siding at Howrah and quietly ensoonced itself lehind the cush- Â¬ ions of the carriage seat Indian Paper Â¬ Son-in-la- n-law gocd 3900 like a forest w hich has been more than 41Cattik Prime M30g475 stags and fat bulls lair I once cut do n The new shoots are cowfresh cows t Hogk All grades rLOu lUj a few exstronger and livelier than ever I am tra M10 rising I know toward the sky The Siikep Prime 7UiCiW fair to good sunshino is over my head The earth i common fJJMlOO lambs iJO gives me its generous sap but heaven lights me with the reflection of unknown Chicago worlds Hogs Light iitiiit5 mixed 93700 hoav Â¬ You say the soul is nothing but the re- 3si J5 Extra beevj 4859515 steers Cattle sultant of bodily powers why then is 35U450 cows bolls anil miiei j my soul the more luminous hen my 125 stockers and feeders 22535 bodily powers liegin to fail Winter is SlIEEP 3aKf570 Lambs i75ii25 per 100 on my head and eternal spring Is in my heart Then I breathe at this hour tho New Vok fragrance of tho lilies the violets and AVukat No 2 red winter BTJc Febru the mses as at 20 years The nearer I ary Mixed Si approach the end the plainer I hear February Oats No 2 mixed around me the immortal symphonies of the worlds which unite me It is mar- Â¬ velous yet simple It is a fairy tale and it is history For half a century I have been writing my thoughts in prose verse history philosophy drama romance tradition satire ode song I have tried all But I feel that I have not said the thousandth part of what is in me When I go down to the grave I can say like so many I have finished my days work others but I cannot say I have finished my My days work will liegin again life the next morning The tomb is not a blind alley it is a thoroughfare It closes in the twilight o open with tho OROCER dawn I improve every hour beeanse I love this world as my fatherland My work is only a beginning My work is hardly above its foundation I would be glad to see it mounting and mounting forever The thirst for the infinite proves 1H infinity Yictor Hugo PEERLESS Animal Friendship N MMC Here is another story about tho friend- Â¬ QUfiUTf Zyu fjii ship of animals A blacksmith named and Thomas Rae bought a little black faced r LAVORgP lamb and put it into a field in which were a cow and a little Galloway pony 5cC2The lamb took no notice of the cow but soon began to show great fondness for Ma the pony which returned its affection a J the two friends kept constantly in each others company When the pony was used for riding or drawing a cart the lamb would trot beside it and if at For is year at 37 Court Tlace now at any time the lamb was alarmed by OaM people coming too near to look at it it rHOaimlleKi Bet would run under the body of the pony A r7iKrv MiX lM anl legal jiiiatcuta ami til iuli and pop out its little black face from aw l tsasBssesBSst aa his pracLheQ will Cures all forms cf PRIVATE between the forelegs and look about it CHRONIC aud SEXUAL Dl3 in conscious security At night tho EASES Spermatorrhea and Impotencj lamb slept in the stable and if separated a l e result f wlf atmae fa youUi seiaal emues ia ata- from the pony would raise plaintive an4 pnaVaciaf saaaccf the iiirrr rear or nther rinsr lonrtawi m fail iiibsi fnaihl nan bleatiugs which the pony answered by - by dreams Dtaa Srcme Ht ry Phy - alf ai fim iin rai s At trains t Sachet WFcaaalea mournful neighings And just as a dog ma of Sexual Pcwcr 4c render kg sassl of lassstB iiiappr sre LbormiihlT aad p n leaves the society of its own kind to SYPHILIS MUel cured and ca-e ail Mr T C follow man this little lamb forsook its -- naAa laaa i flTVPT aj num iu own species that it might associate with ajssn ivuiJUti ii mmmm ml its friend for on one occasion when tho oac lanraasnji rtj aav at Juaar H tr ratiucaiithifa kt blacksmith was riding the pony the a Ui Bay care Wheat It l ineotv nt ai3aV ipf co be ml y lamb as usual trotting beside it they r e HDTShcn passed a large flock of sheep that was Cures Guaranteed in all Cases being driven along tho road The lamb undertaken aaJI r or kf tetter free- an inTft t i rcaaunal bf an never heeded the sheep but went itriMittiu strv ily couLiieiiLk Too Much Study Dad straight through them with the pony PRIVATE COTTNSEIOR Dr O Sprague Paine of New York Of no pap- - SMS to Ki iuHr - r ad Iv i uel AItr mi for rrj has made a specialty of studying the Another time both pony and lamb all A to 9 P Suu4aj a to r X ic iiiMr fioiii strayed into an adjoining field in which brain This is what he says there was a flock of sheep feeding Tho Men very often die from overwork especially brain workers Many men lamb joined them for a short time but study day and night and work day and as soon as the blacksmith came to drive night almost and so overtax their brains out tho pony the lamb followed without Â¬ bat they become mentally end physical- Â¬ once looking back at its natural comly incapable of performing their proper panions Christian Advocate work and eventually break down altoThe BnTulo In Australia gether under the mental strain Those After the lamentable experience of then have to rest and great care has to be taken in order that they may fully re- this country it is interesting to know gain their health In many cases they that there is a part of tho world where sji sifncjtf have broken down so completely that as the builalo is not only not dying out Vast herds long as they live they are mere wrecks but increasing iu numbers of their former selves and in many cases of these animals are now running wild they fail to recover at all A great many over certain districts of northern Aus Â¬ are troubled with sleeplessness and fail tralia The animals are said to be mas Â¬ to pay any attention to this thinking sive and well grown with splendid that it is nothing at all This is really a horns The first buffaloes were landed very serious and dangerous condition to at Port Essington North Australia be in Persons who cant sleep cant about the year 1829 New York Com- Â¬ rest properly Eventually the brain will mercial Advertiser wear out It is absolutely impossible to Coa vineing Proof keep well without sleep Men must Kcalal In many instances it has been proven that have sleep or tlse suffer for it and the H II Botanic Blood liMnO made iiy the first organ of the bdy that will suffer Blooil Balm Co Atlauti will cure ia will be the brain Unless tho brain in Moo1 poison hi Its worse phases even when all other treatment fails properly rested the patient will break A P Briinson t Atlanta Oa writes had LI running uleers on one le and fi on down and perhaps become insane the oilier h nd felt greatly prostrated I he Herald of Health lieve I actually swallowed a barrel of medi cine in vain efTirls to cure the UI Willi acted on the Far better than the harsh trealinen advice littlea hope I duallygot abotte ofargent BB of friend and B of medicines which horribly gripe the encvI experienced a change ami my daspoiMr I kepi using was somewhat dispelled II until I all patient and destroy the coutiug of the the ulcers had taken sixteen iKltle and tors DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD other ho rheumatism and rn which mips th cf blood jioisoti nave disappear d and at stomach Dr J H McLeaus Chills last i am sound and well asWIB after an ex bj enrtoas would he aDtts of twenty yjars t t rob him and Fever ure by mild yet effective perience Ward Mnxey Oaof torture My e of w write llobl was pronounced a tertiary form of blood clnnir f l4 lS action will cure rohl at 60 cents a poison My face head and shoulders was a is recDid plaits as S3rkinjr n Eiorh ia mass of corruption and nnnlly the disease 27 39 bottle r Warranted IteS beaaa eating my skull boies My bones w ho liv mct- ached mv klili need 1 lost y MslsiuniiilaiH showing glh 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