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JiS t -- rTrrrTT VOLUME roi in i Ki v III nd Septem fII RICHMOND Bf Haman Beiuss Burned u Eleven Lives Lost By a Fire In Boston THREE MORE FATALLY INJURED Whll Six Others are Injur- - rjy Jump r lug lag From the Windows of the Baildliig Another Uig Kire in Itoton Other Kire Iues BaOOK Feb 8 Shortly after midnight Saturday morning the dwelling hoitso Nos SM 9C1 North aooa pied hy Maurice Uulieys clotiing st re on the first floor and by lodgan chiefly Italian families on tho tiree pfaar floors was guttexl by Hre which is sup posed to hare orijinated in the store The flames spoelilv cut off escape by the stairway and the inmates of the building had no means of saving their lives by jumping from windows except Eleven persons were burned to death tnree were rataiiv injured and six were aeriously if not fatally injured Before the Are was discovered it had reached the stairc6e and WM feeding upon tlie dry wooden stairs and rapidly spreading toward the roof The sleep-Â¬ ing lodgers were aroused in confusion and some were bewildertaL and at once sticcumlied to the deadly smoke others attempted to flee down the burning stairway and fell victims to the flames while still oihoi s leaped from the windows to meet death or mutilation from contact with th pavement When the firemen arrived they quick- Â¬ ly extinguished the fire and rescued those of tin- inmates who had manased by hanging out of windows or taking refuse on the nxf to escape the deadly amokand flame The shrieks and prayers of the terrified people were mingled with the cries aad groans of the injured and the scene was a terrible one In a few moments however the imprifioni iiconle had lieen taken down the laddirs the injured re- Â¬ moved to hospitals and the dead to the station house It wti- - thei found that ten persons had lieen burned to death All of their liodies were found huddled together on the tup fluor thev having fled from the lower rooms when they first discovered the fire the lames having cut otf escape by the stairway to the lower floor It is suspected that the Fire was started for the insurance un the strc A man named Benjamin Simonds has been ar retted on suspicion There is another story of the origin of the tire It is said that daring a dvunken row over cards one man threw a lighted lamp at another and thus started the lire The following is believed to lie the correct list of the dead Bella Scanlon 4o years a widow Madelina Ciralon M year who lived with her luislumd Giovanni Philomcnu Cirlone 30 years wife of Pasquale Oralotie Giovanni Ciralono 11 son of Philo niena iralone Pasqualeina Ciraiune 8 years daughter of Philomena Sralone years a barber and Felix Centia single Martino Marchioue IS years a scis- Â¬ 1 11 11 Â¬ ft A SALOON TRAGEDY icaijooaauiix ajoac I J J IT t T MADISON COUNTY MISS BISLAND ARRIVES 76 Day HI KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY QUADRUPLE NUPTIALS 5 1890 In Prists rok NUMBER Z4 IHRKCTORY BIT in IUIT Manh umen ortul FAST Revolution Printing Hir Trip Made in rw York Jan BLiland 16 Hoars and Miss 48 Mlnatea One K Morton Attorney 11 BLUE GRASS ROUTE shortest and Quickest Route fron Central Kentucky to All Points North Fast Went and South west Elizabeth who went around the world for Chas J N dinner no Miller JR I Burnin January and June ii ana coratr in II N1- BETWEEN in W II unoiicr M Lexington Srlirsule m ifle t Cincinnati NiniTtli 2 v sl 4 v i ScOtt KTKRIV COMtT in January April July 1 MirTii Ve I i Borxn nciiiiinl i Kx No bun m - imijt I Ni kxhm N i Nellie Bly The World globe trotter came into port yesterday a passenger on the Bothnia The ves Â¬ sel reached her pier at the foot of larkson street at 1 30 oclock in tho Mies he Cosmopolitan in the en dearor to beat 1 Â¬ RT Ve- i every month ii M am in l 1V mv Vrr Vrr r rillitoiilli t y lil lilina ovniton 1ieloi t ra 1hIIs in 9 14 a nt nl 1037 idiv v ulv IK Iexi lve Ihiis ir Mr cwpa ir 1005 1110 am pm B40 pm 455 pm pm 155 pm 5 id 10 pm fcoq pm 917 p m m pm strt 4 507 pm t 105s pw y P ra krr Chrnauit horpe ivin 1 tticlicl itictiiiioiit Iaii asier kMKiiffml a in s4 pm 730 p v Â¬ IV Ma i e iticlniionii Vrr Here Vrr iiiuMoii li pm r K Cfoafce MePherwaB lie toffrrn Mrs BOCMu No 6 K No Sun Ki Sun 1 Dully Schools I ITT l ill XCIL -I lve ive rr Kiclniioiil - ltvinicMim Ben i ml m 10 1 2 4 s am am - Bra Sata W ii H e I ihch IT tUrllllMHld ml mt r am in U Smith Vrr i vi- Iticliiiiinl Wind --J W leaf ng hirst Tuesday night v Capertoi pan I t m 6i0 IB 715 a m 854 am 345 pm 411 pm am Â¬ iVe Im i i n S co Ige II C W rt Kirt Saturday lve iKilmotitli v ive rr Is lllglill 5 illinium rr o iiHiniiMi melon 40 pm 630 p a 4 44 p m 5 25 pm Moberley purl MAYsVlLLE NoKTll liOl Nl Lve I BRANCH No ii ivil business Ks Sun Daily Ilallj Ex sun 13s pm 244 Pni 450 p ni No II pier was crowded iriJZAmrrn bislato with people both friends and strangers to the voung trav- Â¬ eler Among the former were Editor John Brisbin Walker of The Cosmopolitan and a number of associates In the cen- Â¬ ter of the group when the steamship landed was Miss Rebecca Bisland a sister of the world trotter Immediately after the welcome home the elder Miss Bisland with her sister hurried into a clowd carriage that was on the dock and wai transferred to her home at No 475 Fourth avenue The voung tourist was dre--ein a neat fitting suit of black a d dark newmarket and a glazed sailor hat A marine glass was dung across her sho ilders She looked like a veteran yachtswoman Alter her departure for her home Mr Walker set to work to figure up the con sun ed time of the trip around the Miss Bisland left the Grand world Central depot on the afternoon of Nov 14nd according to Mr Walkers figuring on the time of the arrival at the pier at si yesterday afternoon he made the elapsed time 75 days 16 hours and 48 minutes Nellie lilys time was 72 days 8 hours and 1 minutes This makes a difference of 4 davs 10 hours and 37 min itcs in favor of The World represenÂ¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ afternoon The rtrother Killed and Another Wounded Ty a Drunken Ieperailn A MlNNKvrolls Feb 3 Minn special tx The Tribune from Clinton Iowa sayr About 1 oclock Sunday Inorning Jim Rowen his brother Jack and a hicago and Northwestern lire man named James Hallahan were together in Patrick McNe lvs saloon at the corner of Sixth street and Third aenue As Hallahan left he missed his gloves and accused the Rowen brothers of stealing them Hot words followed when Hallahan hastily leaving returned in a few moments with a re-Â¬ volver He met the two Bowens and a couple of their friends just leaving the place remarking that he was going to kill Bocaebody he opened fire The tir t shot missed the second struck Jack Boweaihl the face glancing around the head inflicting a painful but not neces sarily fatal wound James Rowen turnd to run when the murderous wretch saying You want some too fired again shooting him through the heart He fell dying in the arms of a friend The murderer walk d up to his victim and remarking I m sorry I shot you Jim walked away and has not been seen since Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Four Kiiotn TieJ at Onrc hy Calhonn Ky Ml lstfr Cauidi n Xy Feb Bethel ehurea the scene of a brilliant and notable society eveut at 1 oclock Friday morning the occasion being a quadruple wedding in which Mr R ibert Mosely and Mies Millie Walker Mr Frank J Mose Â¬ ly and Miss Ava Boyd Mr Zaeh Brooks and Miss Lula Eobanks and Mr Bud Sandi rrur and Miss Loona Waltrip all prominent young people of this city were united in marriage by Rev T J RaUliff A Youiuj Man Accl lonVly Shot Indiana Ph Peb 3 Saturday after- Â¬ noon at a shooting match ner this place a young man named Faith was accidentally shot and instantly killed John Zeaner one of the oonti stanta fan the match had his rlle lying on his ft arm and with his ri bi h itil was endeavoring to work some powder into tho nipple of the gun The ran waa dis- Â¬ charged suddenly the bull entering young Faiths breast penetrating his m t To the Man About Town an old printef We are on the remarked the other d v eve of a great revolution in the typo- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ heart BRUTAL BUTCHERY A Colored Itny Aged 12 Shoots Ills Sister anil ItelieitN His llrolher LonsiANA Mu Feb 3 The most tative Walker L Banter llirinuili M I A A nORNKVS I HI liNAM h A -i - rr 41 Iirtv 111 oviliCloti t Xlligtoii hvl Â¬ lenhu u 827 a m 740 pm Markrlllc lllllllll TTOENETS- T LA W 1NP - Kkktvcky ISmllii- sorrii Ivt Mm iit Nn No Vx Sun S S ltiil in No Kx Sun IhIIv 12 1111111 - First i-- Jiihiioii M a 347 pm 415 pm Â¬ J A6I ILI - AN Ef-AT-LA- rr Pin - lilei lnlix xiiiirloii 640 a m 715 am 740 a m 45 ATTORN - Kl N1 Vi KY liiiiiiiti lil Kill am i 111 111 Â¬ Ni - - n H 111 111 41 Jlll I rnierly oc- - WELL A TTOftVE - r - A - T LA W Kvept suiiUy a in Arrive ilinouii Kxnept Sumlav i in in illmtl 7 TKAIM StrTl X No Sruiu umij between No 4 ruuadill Xiii oii iini iiiviimiiii between t lueunmil and Lexington 11 ii ii 7in li ims p in lexiiiuioii lMj lXiip Sllllilll ji n 111 iln in Arm Arrives I oM - Kin ilcl Slreel liKNIAI D1 A lUtiKUY WILKES SMITH -- tke isuiiiec ioiinmi WliieheH lie N N v M V liv ruin- - i this line now ar-Â¬ in rive lite riiir il Ilipm I iim iiuihI i niiikltlt eon lit Sliihi t unit v ueeiioii foriiil piwnta North Thiounii Tieiei- - -- iill Hint BaaKKtce CUecfceJ any Iiiuii eiriii l liy a railroad lo Kor fuil iieuiirs Hililiesn or call oa any aaent of tin i ouiiuiy or No 1 o ni 11 I 1 -i I ful iil it vi ii ilMil a -Non I a sum - RiuiMiisu l - Kkniickv p II V Trav In Art itii innut i i Ii i K It KMoN At Uralitalou Ky Muitsi rfiil Paaa A1 lucliiimtl A rtien Manr lirNriNiIiiN MIN-i-- N K Truv Paaat II Ms Bisland gave a reporter a short interview while the Bothnia was steam ing up lo her dock from quarantine Of course I am sadly aisapointed at bein beaten she said but I did the best I could with the facilities at my disposal and there is some little satisfaction intlat I left on this trip of 28000 mile with scarcely one full days notice and I had no chance to study important connections of railroad and steamship I had x keep right on and trust to the lit- Â¬ tle program that I mapped out a few hours Uf ore the start Still for all that it wf s but a very ordinary trip of an ordinary person and I had no special trains jiarlor care and a hired retinue of railroad agents to shove me along I realized from the first that it was a hard fight lietween myself and Miss Bly and to say that I did my to win is simj y to say that I never lost a moment from the time of my start I had several days of illness but had to fight it off under unfavorable advantages and I did it too I think for I am as well as when I went away My wort experience with the storms of tlie ocean was on the trip across the Atlantic We had a very rough time My missing of the Cham pagne at Havre was only one of the many obstacles that I had to Low to Â¬ Â¬ lat Â¬ A MINE DISASTER f UK i lU4 tuliei ot li iiuiiuiuti Ant Ki Inn Iuiiiei ni Ky e Uuild sors grinder Jt UOKGAN H1CUMOXD I I s KENTUCKY National S- HARDWARE - J MTCUEED I D KIRKS I II IE KENTUCKY 11111il WE GIVE AWAY 47- Itosa Marchione lo years wife of the last named Emily Marchione 7 years daughter of Martino Marchione RafTao Petrilizio 4J years a laborer Feile Laaia 2s years The names of thaw injured and now in the general hospital are Annie i 11 monti 41 years a widow Pazzetto Cira tone 7 year- - Pietro Lomoarlazzi 28 years and ilorieo Molenn ti years ANOTHJ L R 3IG FIRE IN BOSTON resii Kverxtliinj - PHYSICIANS M Nothing IlVNTZ PH TSICIA X A ND S I IK EON Kkntickv ond h next to Wlutes Drug Y EVANS - M I IJISCIA mijmi offl AND SUKGEON - Kkntickv DIL T J TAYLOR Practitioner ia Medicine and Surf ery HO D - - Kknti K V uTie S OU1 strnMover Drkea M Onaaarjf FOSTER PMTSICtAMf AXD SURGEON MX Kcsmx k v s SOUS relJeine ue next door to IjixohV at eur Main ami Talea - U PtllLROBEB - fffrSCfAN AND SURGEON Rkhmomi -- Five Story Marble Structure Kntirelj le lrovrl KM Feb oclock Sun At dav morning the Bears building cor- BUT A DOIXAB WILL BUY as ner of Court and Wsshingttm streets many lltinica of i tie taai una lily at our was found to be burning and three liott e jis lit nny olier iIich in Ken alarms were at once turned in The lire We WayatUfully iik yuM la call had secured a gool headway and with- lurk and examine our atuefc of in a short time the upper stories were a mass of names and the destruction of the elegant marble Rogers building to the south and Youngs hotel on the west seemed almost certain The flames however were confined to the Sears Oar Anthracite Open Fronts building At 11 oclock the fire was completely are cheerful nruamenlal and cumforta under control with nothing left of the ble We keep every style in building but bare walls Two firemen were badly injured by pieces of tlie fall Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood fane roof Tlie Sears building was a five story marble structure owned by J Mont- and Coal Stoves ornery Sears and was one of the finest usiness blocks in Boston It is thought that the lire originated in the engineers --OUR STOCK OF rooan on the court street side and spread across the passage way and up the eleva- 1 1 AA II V tor The building was valued at 200- 000 and wns insured for It was Tinware Cntlery is Complete occupied by banking andsiU00 other concerna and vieded a yearly rental of 75000 We nre sole atreiil for the llti Injin Mr Sears will probably rebuild on the burned building Piiv ami all other aywaht a f i lie Gate site of thethe occupants of the Sears buildo for Par Among Maiuilacturtiut Iompaiiy ing wore the Second National and Atlas lin V IiieiidrflCiiliiviors banks the Chicago Burlington and ttif i Kiotiiij a Sjiecialty aa - Quincy railway the John Hancock Life I ail and see ua before tiuving elae- Insurance company and many lawyers here and brokers The lo is to these occupants cannot be ascertained BRECK FITZPATRICK Large tat The OrratPRt Authrarlte Shaft in the World Madly Wrerkel WlIKESBARRF Pa Feb 3 A fall Of rock taok pluce in Nottingham siait of the Leldgh and Wilkesbarre Coal company in No o plane Saturday morning which drove the ai cuniuiatel tfas into the gangways where ten men had leen at work with naked lamps and an ex Â¬ All the men plosion soon followed were seriously injured and badly burned on the face hands and liody Pettr ihim was cut upon the head and his bands and face were badly burned John trossin with his mule was buried lieneath the falling ro k His body has not vet bassj recovered William Roberts a driver boy is also Â¬ STOVES ARE 1 14- - KKNIllkY Min t Richmond Ky OIBee- - At Wine A iiulur- - Urns Sto e one door tielow ltaiiise rot tier i liters In me J- lex ionil --er ice- - lo Ii 1 W MACKEY AT THE T SKXSMiril M I 1 SIC I A X A XI SURGE ox - Wiiitk Mail lle ifleraiilr prof - Kkntickv puli- a- - 31 STINT 3D WITH A -- -- 1ST ioni1 errleea lo the Handsome LETCHl Pit TSICIA W A XD S I RCiEOX RS M Barber Shop and First - Class Barbers Rll IIMONI - KtNTltKV 2- Office KmlUi Build I ns Main street - JJ W l5KKUTiLD - PH1SICIA X AXD S ORG EOX Richmond Office i Kenticky Perfect satisfaction given lo every one HpecUl attftilioM niven to ladies and children Al o lo my country friends I have ii loved my shop over lo the H til ami I Iiojk all v ill come to see Yours very rt -- pectfuliy llle JO- JOEL W MACKEY h Iu RmlMi Bellillne on Msln met rial aiteniMii alveii to mirruMxiptcal and al examiiia is of Uaaoes and osllx human body niCHMOND BOLTON liHoeapithic Oflke over l XI GOAL GO I Mi 1 Physician and Surgeon ESKTVCKT iiien lioiin aileiition- aij aildreas Holll iui i ni Mil drrl- l - at a diie il perty of the oiiipany ami will ktep on hand of Ibe best varieties of r hare pwrxhaard the sent N U KS JKNMNQS - GIB Phvaiciaas and Sargeaas Kll i II mono KlKTlCKV The yard is easy nf aenea Ptrnsai desiring lo haul llieir on n coal will not bare to cross ihe railroad ronaee of the cilizeiis of both county and ciiy IiT 8 BBOX8TON - COAL I respect fully John B Humphreys a miner died while being removed from the mine His body was burned to a crisi Joseph Dunson fire Imjks was burned tac and hands liis injuries are on said to be fatal oobepn jones was iiitaiiy nurneu Johri P Thomas was burned on the face and hands David Fox is seriously burned aud his recovery is doubtful and Thomas Lake was slightly cut on the head It his been learned that in addition to the casualties reported five men are im prisonid in the mine and there is little hope of their being taken out alive At the tinie when the fall of rock took place ohn Dunston the fire boss was on his way from the fifth to the sixth lift carrying his naked lamp This it is said fired a body of gas shatwhich exploded with great fori tering the gangways and breaking the timbers causing large ouantitieiof roof rock ar d coal to fall The debris closed the outlet for the miners who were in the interioi of the mine making repairs en- Â¬ tombing John Crossin David J Will- Â¬ iams John Davis Fdward Morris and an unknovrn man It is not known when those outside will las able to reach these men though it is firmly believed that they art all dead The Nottingham shaft which was the greatest anthracite coal min in tiie world is nearly a total wreck It had at one time an output of 3000 tons a day and netted the Lehigh and Wilkes- A 0300000 Io at Danbnry Conn barre Caal company a half million dol 3 At 1230 lars profit last year Daxbury Conn Feb oclock Sunday morning fire was dLscov HE WENT AMTH THEM ered in the basenw nt of Samuel Hairis clothing store at liberty and Main A Bank Prealdent Onler Seventy Five of streets and before the flames coutd be HI Employe to Leave HI Ofllr extinguished the furniture store of Hull Wichita Kan Jan II President The fire Rogers was also burned Armstrong of the Conway County Sav- Â¬ gutted the lower part of the building but after they thought their work was ings bank Conway Springs twenty mile done it was found that the fire had crept southwt of this city was assaulted by to the upper stories and was making a mob of infuriated laborers yesterday In a short time the and lieaten so severely that the attend Â¬ rapid headway buildings adjoining occupied by George ing tJiyalclans hold out only slight hopes R Stevens art materials and T P for Lis recovery President Armstrong Company grocers were also is also t le chief of a comr any operating Hoyt ablaze and despite the efforts of the fire- Â¬ a sugar manufacturing plant and em- Â¬ men all the affected buildings were soon ploying about one hundred men with consumed whom a new agreement had recently The four story brick structure adjoin m de The employes insisted Rogers block was badly dam- Â¬ been the new scale they were beingthat ing Hull deis under of a portion ot their wages aged by fire and water This building frauded Bernd aud wai occu Â¬ yesterday afternoon about seventy and owned bv Henry five pied on the first floor by a clothing firm of them entered the office of President with offices on the upper floors Tlie Armstrcng in the bank 100000 about total loss is estimated at Before the conference had proceeded equally divided between C Hull the very far Mr Armstrong grew furious owner of the buildings aid the different and ordered the men to leave his office The insurance so far as occupants bank The maddened laborers known amounts to 100000 There were and the bank president and bore then seized him several narrow escapes from death many to the st reet and beat him almost to in- Â¬ of the occupants of tlie fiats over the sensibility The sheriff was a witness to stores being taken from their rooms al Â¬ the scene but was powerless to interfere most suffocated Ko arrests mere made Mr Armstrong was taken to his home The attending Killed by a Snow Slide 8aj Franciboo Feb a A snow physicians report that he is very seriously hurt and that his injuries win no doubt slide occurred on Jan 17 at Lcgansville in the Sierra Nevada mountains wreck- prove fatal ing a number of houses and killing Mein Bricbniaker Demand an Increase Leidstrom aud John W Foyer Logans Philadelphia Feb 3 At a meeting viile is two miles distant from Sierra Philadelphia yesCity whore seven persons were killed of tlie brickmakers of to d mand an in- Â¬ was by a snow slide on Jan 30 The heavy terday i 20 decided in wages next sea per cent snow in the mountains has prevented crease of demand the eight news from the Ixgansville disaster from son The proposal to as inadvisable hour da was rejected reaching here until now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ miRfiintr iffl- i- Main alreet ore over fallare A r quest a liberal pat Highest of all ii Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 JE AlLiZ PHTSICIAX Richmond K AXD SURGEON - Kentucky -- Barnatr A Main street Ing up stnlra 185 Miles For Sale We have one hundred mule cults and eighty five yearlings for sale Htrietly giaal and sold in numliers lo suit purchasers Six miles east of Richmond on the Sjieeil sell pike 17 D A XLYER HH JR J M BLACK rarsiciAN axd surgeon Rkd House Ky Â¬ Kdfoi sssm Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Ircpotutl ftf Mitdniait When Lee the piKt ua s confined in Bedlam a friend went to visit him and lit ding be could converse nnsonabiy Snow Itoekaie Hailed horrible bntcbery ever chronicled in San Francisco Jan 31 The snow imajrincd that he was cured of his 1113d- Missouri o curred Saturday eastern morning in the viBage of Eola seven blockade on the Central Pacific was ness The joet offered to show him yesterday seventeen miles wet of here A c ilored family raised at 2 p mwefct from Reno and lain They went over this melancholy trainstarting prison Lee moralizing philosophic named Bacon con isting of the father The regular eastbound train enough all the time to keep his mother and three children lived in Kola Truck Early Saturday morning the parents left left her this evening parion perfectly at hhs At length they home to be absent all day The ei mletl to the top of the building and Central Fat Bra ObelS k boy Joseph aged was instmcte to is something pathetic in the aa they were Ixith looMngdown from the There take good care f his brother and sister and not allow them to wander from the present condition of tlie obelisk in Cen- perilous height Lee seized his friend Let us premises Al out noon Joseph and bis tral para New York It is going to by the arm and exclaimed and the pieces unable to withstand the climatic immortalize oursehes let us take this sister aged 8 years quarreled leap Well jump down together this boy instantly took down his fathers gun changes that exi t on the island of Manand shot the sister lo death Any mancould jump down hattan This flinty- - relic of long ago instant The murderer then secured an ax and said his friend coolly we should not returning to the hoaae where hi- - i year-old that stood unchanged amid the fierce immortalize ourselves by this leap but heat of Egypt for twenty centuries is brother was shrieking with fright go down and try if we can jump he deliberately cut otf the little fellows rapidly disintegrating after a few years Tin- madman struck with head The boy dragged the bodies to exposure to the frosts and storms of the up again the door and then walked to the home land of its adoption A few years ago the idea of a more astoi i hing bap than of his grandmother in this city and told the grand old monuliili was given a coat- that which he had himself proposed his story He said they woeud not be yielded to this new impulse and his have and hj tried to make thera obey ing of paratline the surface of the stone friend rejoiced to see im run down But this having been previously heated The bodies were discovered by neighbors stairs full of a new project for securing The treatment has failed to stay the destroy- Â¬ immortality several hours after the tragedy It i to say they ing hand of the froat king or to render boy is under arrest tho obelisk proof against extreme did not again ascend together Montreal AFTER FORTY FOUR YEARS changes of temiierature But one course Star Bev Theodore I f nyler Resigns from is regarded as open in order that the Composition of Coffee the Presbytrri n Ministry shaft may be preserved mdefinitelj and Coffee is the seed of the coffee plant Broorxys N Y Feb 3 At the that is to put up a building that shall in- which is a shrub that will grow in any conclusion of the morning service in the close it Ttee ia no difficulty in the art of the world where the minimum 1 afaye tte avenue way of Uih rocedure and a high domed yearly temperature never falls beliePresbyterian church editice should put a barrier between One pound of un Fahrenheit yesterday Rev The Â¬ the pitiless elements and this superb and td coffee beans or seeds contains odore L Cuvler reÂ¬ historical mass of ttoue Pittsburg Bul- Â¬ Of water 1 ox 401 grs of sugar 1 oz signed the pastorate letin 17 grs of caseine of fat 1 of the church which ii forming matter nz 35 grs of Tlrr aud Boa Both Dead he has filled forthirly On the Slh of Augutt not far from gum 1 oz 192 grs of woody matter years He is 8J year old and has been in Tanjong Trick near Batavia India a oz 2Z grs of caffeine and cafteic acid or stimulating principles 400 grs of the ministry fortv- - tiger was Phot under peculiar circumfour years Declinstances The sportsmen out in the jun- Â¬ aromatic or odoriferouo oil about grs TUSO u ccrtisn ing strength and fail- rumpus going and of mineral matters about 1 oz 82j Ing powers were tne reason- - for his re gle there heard a fearful on a good way off On realiing the grs The caffeine of coffee is exactly the tirement Dr Cuvler is one of the most scene of the uproar they tuddenly found tame both tlmmhafly aisi physically prominent and widely known clergymen in the country and his fame as a writer themselves face 10 faco with a tigr in aa thcine the stimulating principle of Both substances are alike com- Â¬ and orator is world wide Under his the coib of a big snake which with its tea ministry the Lafayette avenue church mouth was endeavoring to get hold of posed of 10 iarts of hydrogen combined has grown from a membership of 150 to the tigers neck Tiie tiger on tlio other with 1G parts of carbon 4 parts of nitro one of 2i00 and is the largest Presby parts 01 beat to reach tho gen 4 pans 01 oxygen and was doing terian congregation in the I ntted States hand of tho cra- - its After being momca- - water Grocers World neck DEATH OF MRS ALICE COPPINGER tarily terror stricken by the sight the The New Walter two sportsmen did not allow either ani- Â¬ The Eluet DaghenT of Secretary Itlaine This coffee is so poor I cant drink mal time to perceive or attack them but succumb to I a Grippe id the gu aim the occ at the head Washington Feb o Yr Alice forthwith tooktho Just shut your eyes put it out f other at that of tho of the tiger Coppinger the eldest daughter of Secre-Â¬ sight and dont say anything about it tary Blaine who has been seriously ill snake The tiervvas hit behind the car was the reply of the new waiter who and the cnake in the rmddb of tho head for several days past with brain fever Tho distanco at which the shots were was humorist the result of an attack of the la grippe The guet t did not make any reply but Tho died at the Blnine mansion at 5 oclock fired was hardly fifteen pace3 of when he came to pay he handed over to head of the former proved to be that Sunday morning tho proprietor of the establishment a The funeral services will take place a royal tiger Cincinnati Enquirer solitary cent from St Matthews church on Tuesday raits Still Untouched Wheres the rest of tho money morning at half past 10 oclock The Just shut your eyes put it out of place of intermen has not vet been defi The never ending controversy about natelv determined upon hut it is ex t io relation of consciousness or mind to sight and dont say anything more about pected that it will be at Oak Kill cemematter is sill kept up but tiiere seems it That is what your new waiter told tery Rov Thomas Sherman will olli to bo no solution of the problem and no me when I said the coffee was weak ciate The new waiter tendered his resigna- Â¬ my solution The apparent pr Cardinal Gibbon Will Attend distic view waa well nigh tion New York News Baltimore Feb S Cardinal Gibbons austed by Professor Tyndall in hi- was informed of the death of Mis ivy Teichins Dancing tous Belfast sddress deli vered some pinger the daughter of the sen tnry of I differ with the professor who thinks fifteen years aga It evoked a storm of state yesterday evening The cardinal ttnnea ssary wrath from theohndans that he can teach pupils the art of danc- Â¬ will assist at the oseiiuie- - in Washingbat considering how inconclusive it waa ing by mail using printed instructions ton on Tuesday morning when the real issue was a proached that No person will ever become a dancer by You might as BITTEN BY A MAD DOG of an intelligence other than what we call that mode of instruction nature it is a wonder that scientific nun well try to learn the siioemaking trade A Man and Ula Wife Victim of the Babld in a similar way Many pupils who wish bat they know at It do not Animal little as the theologians about final causes to acquire the art of dancing are quite Owensboro Ky Jan 31 The greatTyndall has said nearly all that can lie shy at first and the bashf illness can only est excitement is reported to exist in the said pointing toward th idea of Lu lx overcome by going into company section of this country lying lietween Good instruction and plenty Panther and Mosleyville on account of cretius Nature i seen to do all things is required to learn dancing of practice and no one spontaneously of herself without the hydrophobia Hardin Ernspieger was meddling of tlie gods Imf at la t and will ever become an adept -in the art who attacked by a mail dog and was bitten follows instructions sent b- mail Danc Â¬ Con five times His wife attempted to drive with a real pathos h- declares the dog awav with a broom and was bit- sidered fundamentally then it is by the ing Master in St Louis Globe Democrat ten three times operation of an insoluble mystery that PRICES CURRENT Three little bovs two of them sons of life on earth fat evolved Fp ecies differen- Â¬ William Clenn were severely bitten tiated and min 1 unfolded from their pre Review of the Money Stock and Cattle after which he dog was followed and Quotation for K li 1 potent elements in the immeasurable killed A horse bitten by the same Money close i at I par cent the lowest rite past died yesterday w ith undoubttd sympCurrency sixes toms of hydrophobia He ii following Herbert Spencer but The highest rate wsa SJcoupons V A hat Several other bid persona in the same neighlsirbood are he does not contradict him and it is a It The stock mark t this moruiiig open d reported as having been bitten and the confession that science has not found steady but the trading was on a lined excitement and terror are very great the ony sto k out the origin of life nor made any dis scale Hear Kaplan 1 was though it onlythat a anv an covery as o tlie essential eonatitation of showed slightly niatioageneral list while ex Collision nni t By tarele ni- The vanced Mkmpiiis TennJan 31 the human mind The faith in God is treitiely dull during the greater pirtothe A serioua collision occurred on the Kansas City left unscathed by all these scientific re- first hour were fractionally higher exceptÂ¬ Chicago aud Kast Illinois common and preincline tracks yesterday lietween two searches Pittsburg Chronicle ferred declined 1 per cent each At 1 oclock passenger trains of the Iron Mountain tha inariict was dull and developed a droop Aa Kye to lii aud the Kansas City Fort Scott and Chicago and East illinoi- - pre ing tendaucy I have just b ea up in Vermont Memphis roads caused by the careless Â¬ ferred further declined IV per cent In the ness of the train crew The baggage cir said a tiTBinrj clerk recently The na hour to Boon Coal Shares were the features of one tran and the engine of tlie other tive have lost none of their eateneas They suddenly became active and especially were demolished The passengers of The town where I was stopping ha for Heading and Lackawanna Under their lead the whole market atrcngtheneiL Chicago lioth trains were thrown from their seats the se East Illinois preferred rallied per cent and several were bruised The most about 4600 inhabitants One of and two and the general list firm and aud seriously injured were L Hetting leg lectmen runs a hardware sore higher in most esses notwithstanding weeks ago his dog was bitten by a neighWestiay hurt internally broken that the bank statement wsa unfavorable bors dog It was a small enough mat- showing a decrease of 7i3ilO The tales Homebody Had to Die ter but see what happened First he amounted to 107JTti shares Macon Ga Jan 31 Seven thousand had the neighbors dog killed then he Atchison Mich Cent 6K people mostly negroes gathered yester107X N Y Central lOo raised the cry that the dog hail been C a Q day at Morgan to witness an execution Northwestern I Ill J Miss IMJ- - Ohio Hud which was postponed The crowd lin- Â¬ mad and had bitten other dogs The se- Del lectmen met vrd ordered that every 40 Pacific Mail gered however and then was much is 93 rV Rock Island drinking In the afternoon the riot be dog should be mozzled for forty days Erio Shore ST Paul 70 10 gan between the whites and blacks and the thrifty hardware man has sold Lake W stern Union caused by a drunken negro striking a nearly ol mnrrles at si apiece Staid Cincinnati white child Many shots were tired old family degj travel around town Wheat 725 nand one white man was fatally and three with leather tl ongs around their jaws Cok x 25i3Llc Several ne Â¬ which never closed on anything ruorc others seriously wounded Wool Unwashed fine aaarSBO lSi19c groes were wounded but none killed dium delaine human than a bee bone 1 saw one big Ji blood combing meand Another Church Riot mastiff that had Worked his muzzle ofl dium clothing iMiiTije braid lSftiJCe fine combine H t V fleece washed NY Feb 3 Another and wa3 carrying it around in hU mei ino X an XX Buffalo medium cloth- Â¬ riot occurred yesterday at St Adelberts mouth Washington Post ing fiJ Hay Choice Uuiothy lls at 11503 1200 where a factional quarrel over a church per toii prairie briiurs 0004850 trar change of priests has been going on for A Delicate Solder 500ti a long time A Polish woman led the account is given in a German paAn Cattls Good to choice butchers 3509 rioters who numbered several hundred 8850 15Og2O0 The woman was badly hurt A number per of a soft alloy which adheres so 400 fairand feeler- - tockors of policemen were injured by bricks and firmly to metallic glas and porcelain Hogs Selectenl butchers and heavy hipother missiles No one was kiled and surfaces that it can be used as a solder ping 39Cy 115 fair to good packing MsO common and roozfa packtrar f Tlffl the police finally dispersed the mob and which in fact is valua blo when the S7Q loir to good light U75viS JS pigs Nearly all of the rioters were women articles to be soldered are of such a na- Â¬ otiV the men contenting themselves with ture that they cannot bear a very high ranrsT tlfflnfftffl looking on degree of temperature the composition LaXBS frlOOvjo50 conbisting of finely pulverized copper A Minstrel Attempts Suicide Pittaburg dust which is obtained by shaking a so- Â¬ good 4009 St Louis Feb 3 Ross S Burch of lution of sulphate of copier with granu Cattls Prim Brooklyn a member of the Primrose 450 fair ol0atXJ bulls stags and fat lated zinc New York Telegram cows West Minstrel company stabled himVsW390 Hoos Heavy and medium self Saturday night with suicidal intent 400 oest Yo kers elected J Ink MUtake He has been sick several weks and rough common to fair 173jS5 Blinks What Cant keep your en Â¬ during the last three days has been un- Â¬ gagement with me able to play Just before the performShjees Prime 375go03 fair to good ance Saturday night he seized a long I was Jinks sadly No I cant common A00tWkS0 250i50 lambs knife and plunged it into his abdomen 400675 drawn on a jury this week and couldnt Burch get out of it He was sent to the city hospital Chicago has a wife and two children in Brook- Â¬ Hogs Light mixed 3702 Did you try lyn So9ewkw Indeed 1 did I did my best to make SW heavy Extra beeves 47mj510 steers Cattle myself out to be a hopeless ignoramus 35O4O0 cowa bulls and mixed 1259 Shoemaker Shot 900 stock re and feeders 2253350 they New York Feb 8 Alfonzo Sylves- Â¬ but Great wouldnt let me go Sheep 3 Kj Scott man The way to escape ter the shoemaker was shot dead yes- Â¬ Lambs o00nt 15 is to act as if you knew some- Â¬ terday by Angelo Colucio a laborer jury duty New York New York Weekly The men quarrelled over a joke played thing Wheat No a red winter 86c Pehrs by Sylvester on Colucio Gerard Com sry 4c Weather Indications pobasso stabbed and killed Rafael Reca Corn Mixed STXc Oct last night in a quarrel over cards The rrs atatherly win s February Oats No a mixed 3BJi i tioaary teui men were laborers on the aqueduct iature 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ 1 Deputy Sheriir KiHeil N M Feb 3 In a sa Â¬ loon row at Central City Friday night a colored oilier slot and killed iieputy Sheritf Hillin a colored woanan named Carrie Drag and seriously wounded a second man He was wounded him elf in the affray Silver t Try -- graphical appearance of printed matter especially newspapers that is the u e of black paper printed in white letters instead of white paper printed in black letters an now Tlie change is one to be desired by the public for the reason that a white letter on a lack ground pos- greati i contrast and di tinctness and is coneeqnently easier on the eyes The change will give at first an odd enough appearance to printed matter but the merit of it will evcntually in its general adoption and in time the black letter will le as rare as the white letter now is Sign painters and show card printers recognise the superiority of the white letter and are rapidly adopting it as is evidenced by the numerous white lettered signs now to be on the streets utvl in the fIioj The change would lie comparatively in exiensive to publishers and as black is cheaper than bite paper a sa tag oonti With our newsiiiiers thus be effected printed reading on cars and in dimly lighted places would lie not only pracSt Louis Republic ticable but eay Â¬ Â¬ FOB We will for the next r ighaaj Sixty Days offer at grcatlv reduced rates our entire stock of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR t Â¬ Spring Goods g ooids dress nnl TI1K STUCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEGAHT LINK oF ISotli JMii k AIso A Wwamcym VERY COMPLETE LINK OF 1 NOTIONS Gloves Hani bergs Towels Laces Table Linens Hand kerchiefs I y I NAPKINS WHITE GOODS OF EVERY VAWIKTV BED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents fga The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On account of the warm winter the stoek is not broken therefore we ean give von anv size BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Towels Table Linens and Napkins redect in crier This heiag the time of the year for I Which are always staple we will also 11 cut complete Lacks and Cotton Goods we would advise joe to be sure toea once and examine the stock In order thai no CASH HOUSE can have any advanta we will oiveC per cent oil o the CO t RATE lot CASH M 0fW We hare jnat ieeWTcai a beautiful line of WALL PAPER which is cheaper than ever sold in Richmond before DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS 30 - RODESDALE TBI THE MARKKT RODRSDALE ADDITION 18 NOW NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLK ELrtK NEED APPLY LOTH mm i inn ck 5Qx25Q s Twenty Six Lots Will Feet aes Â¬ Twenty Five Dollars cash balance in installoa cSaiunlay of each week lo be paid to Dr W G White Seere L Ctnmssathsa nraw will receipt for the money faiyof tiie Richmond B No interest will te charged on the purchase money iitifil after the expiration of lie pur 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on By this metlnxl parties can buy and pay for Chase money n iiiaiiiing unpaid a good lot at a small price on eay terms without interest ami free as city tax for it Anr young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these Iota ami pay worth without feelitiu the Uirden In the very near future Ibia property will I much more than it is now selling at Tlie city ki rapidlv extending in that diFor further information call rection and will nltini ilelv absorb Rialesdale on W G WHITS E W WtaWnaaat Stkphkn D Pvkkish Riciuuoud Ky ments le wdd on loilowinij terms of UBB 4S Â¬ Â¬ A 1 D RUFF CAUTION Take HMamr nrlce are utaxnpea oa to bottom if the dealer cannot Rupaljrroa end direct to factory encUxia advert price iruct-ou-all- Â¬ Â¬ CCC Â¬ DLW AJg BelTTT- - LN awTS TM JT v BjSSf 4BJSJB wbjHBSWn wa I - Â¬ I -- Â¬ L DOUCLAS UTCIIUEJEIEIU W SHOE CENTLEMEN 3 Crain and Fine ralf Hmij HEM KK IN Watches Clocks Jewelry tiilver and Ppecial r Waterproof nesi in rne worio avoo irXI INK HAND S4ooiimi 300 FXTK 9JU itLiiE Laced Cree - Plateil ware etc attention given to Â¬ Â¬ -- FSTTINd 175 SHOE FOR MISSES Material Beat Styfcj Boat arBeet noaadaa Brocktoa Mac Seat kr 3 noma Mnwni Bill- -lBSMaSBS 1Mnua inn171 All mde la fliasi M -- siii l s i u ill BIt t- - 2 SHOES lakes DIAMONDS - jACK FREEMAN y v Â¬ AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONF- Vtaj The Minger Manufacturing Company Promptly done ami in a workmanlike is building a machine with Hand Attachment and Portable specially manner to adapted for Invalid travelers Any one wishiuK a cost 26 cash Cash Paid for Old Gold aad Silver machine of this type will p order st the office 13 Firs tret J F S1TWB tar Dont forget the place next door P s It laaaM only by Jb lo the Pos yce UlcfcuJond Ky kept in stoek - REPAIRING Please Bead lv 30- - 40 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON STILL EFFERVESCING Editor lNlIEU EVEBY WKUMMIir BY The Climax Printing Wm G White Ci as PBB S Co Powell fllSO 5 1890 nii 1 EAR Welacslay - - February Mr Brutus J Clay was in Nich olasville recently and made some statements in regard to the R N Program of Both Branches of I y B Railroad which were he the National Legislature says incorrectly reported to the Journal of that place In writing NOTHING STARTLING EXPECTED to the Journal to make the needed corrections Mr Clay uses this Thf Snatclll Discuss ths lJialr Kda- language rational Kill and Will Probably Pau It I did not sy that tie newspapers along the line of the R N I ct H Railroad had been bounlil up by that corjHiration lut thai the papers in my county Madison only published such items as Here Civorable to the interests of the railroad unless paid to do other nnd that one them TukCjimax had added to an ad vet list merit which I had agreed to pay them for publishing thereby destroying the purpose for which I had written it Â¬ The Week in Congress at Mt Sterling Pickaway and Madison was held Saturday O Louisville By Democratic Ticket JHN 1 mi C CHENAlLT K T CKEKK W HILL l NTV ATTORN KY J A KlLLIVAN KHKKIFF J W KALE rOK J All JOHN F WAi KMBRV JuELT sriKBINTENKENT SCHOOLS MRS A MILLION I J AQ K SlKVKYOR WILLIAMSON CilROSBR 11 OLD MILLER 1S94L Lriio First Manday in Aaffisl A letlcr lrom Moliile to The Climax announces strawberries is ami radishes letti product of the gardens in that the locality Republican called the Back- iK r naeetiag al the Court Hmk Moil lay That of itself was a tnplimenl to the raud old ernor A Ti ll iblican Lieutenant iiio hai pone to the with that other Maiw aboat whom you ruck Â¬ much The boom baa al urville and two new brick churches a f hotel a furni ture factory and handle factory al estate has jer front fig A beardless ymrasj man from - unknown and to parts equal- olisi ure tarried awhile at uinj jroang Middesborouh and worked lbs younp basks for a many thousand doli -- - A letter to Tiik Climax from that the large ice houses at he mouth of the lehauna have tailed to bar- even a small crop of ice and e to Maine lor a supply a lent has appointed a hern man to the Corean mis sion and Coi Faulkner like all r Kentucky is Republieaaw The President can not in ray he should ive to Ken tuck when it outside of the is hopelessly Demo era tic It veral I be Bepabli- mean to unseat tinocrats whos 1 beson the House jKjrted and adopted bos the past week in the House have leen wildly exciting and ker has ruled with an iron li and Hut tlien he - a He publican and cant help it i- HLAT11 IN PLAHI An awiul calamity liefell Secretary Tracy and family in Wash imrton City early Monday morn inp The house took fire and was burned to the ground Mrs Tracy lumped from a window and was killed and the youngest daughter and her French maid were lost in the flames The Secretary was rescued in an insensible condition being near to death by suffocation A NEW JOIKNAL Col H M MeCarty editor of the Nicholanville Journal nays In 1848 I wm Bt iit up to Frankfort an legisla- Â¬ tive correspondent of the LouUville Courier 8uch a thing aa having a reg- Â¬ ular correspondent wm unheard of George D Prentice ueo kS go up there during the session stay a few days and send two or three letters to the Journal but that was all When the Courier sent mo there for the em ire session it was n great stroke of journalist ic en Â¬ tRNOK BICKNKK INDORSED terprise for that time If you will look back through the A public meeting irrespective house journals of 1848 yon will will of politics was held at the Court House on Monday Judge John D see recorded that a certain member of Â¬ fered a reeolutioo that the correspond line presiding A committee ent of the Louiaviile Courier be grant- Â¬ of two trorn each precinct in the ed desk room near the county formed the committee on that resolution wm otteredclerk When a mountain itions Governor Buckners member sprang from his seat and made views as set forth in his message a vigorous speech ag iust it He said were endorsed and special lly that there were at least fitly papers in that part relating to railroads and the Stale and if the house passed a res- Â¬ circuit judges We can scarcely olution granting desk room to the cor- Â¬ see any need of a public meeting respondent of the Courier each one of to endorse the Governor when all those papers would want a desk for its Ifca Democrats and a majority of correspondent If they were given epublicans in the State think ttaeir desks where would the members sit Well they debated Uie question he is a model Governor for two days but the resolution iu my THE LEGISLATURE favor was finally passed uthern Progress1 is the name of a new journal published in Louisville for the purpose of advanc It ing the progress oi the South - modeled after the powerful Baltimore Manufacturers ltecord an lent model and faithfullv fol i The editor is Mr Win H ude who will be glad to re any communication you may have regarding any new undertak ing in the way of roads factories mills light water ice or similar r any other undertak ing lo o the advancement of country Â¬ l- Speaking for Tiik Climax we have to say that it is not true that it publishes only such items as are favorable to the railroad unless paid to do otherwise It is not true that Thk Climax added to an advertisement published by Mr Clay But these statements by Mr Clay are in strict accord with the silly vaporings that have daily emanated from him since fie failed to secure the railroad to Waco where he wanted it but got it across a corner of his farm near Richmond where he didnt want it Mr Clay used his efforts to have the road located through Waco and failing in that contracted as President of the Waco Mining Company to have it run within two miles of that place He used bis energies to secure the right of He signed a paper agreeing way o give 100 to locate the road on a certain line through Richmond and over the properly of people who did not want the road Mr Clay stood cheek by jowl lr with the railroad company and the construction company until it was decided to run the road through his farm and then there came a sudden and violent change Be said his case should not be tried in this county and tiled a pe tit ion slating that he could not get a lair and impartial jury in Madi son county asking a change of venue to some other county This refused he announced that no man would live long enough to see a pick or spade stuck by the railroad in his lands and straight way tiled a jntition for an injunction But work was begun and he announced that every man that set foot on his place should be ar rested for trespass but they have not been pulled as yet Then d that every rock blown by the blasts beyond the supposed riirbt ot way would be a lawsuit but those suits have not been brought at this writing When a night force was put on he signified his intention of getting out an in junction but it was not forthcoming He applied to the Circuit Clerk lor a supersedeas and upon the Clerks decision that he had no riirht to issue same threatened to sue him but he did not He talked of suing Tiik mm ax for some imaginary injury but neglected to do so He an nounced that the construction company was insolvent and at the same time the company was pokii under his nose be sides paying all demands whatso ever brought against them He vered that the papers in Richmond were not for the people and said he would start a peoples paper but we havent seen it He grumbled when a damage suit was brought against hiin in Louisville notwithstanding his affidavit that he could not get justice in Madi son county He used slanderous language concerning several of his fellow citizens with whom he had recently leen associated We might extend this list to greater length but certainly enough has been said to demonstrate that Mr Clay is simply slopping over on all side- - at ail times and that his remarks conCONDENSED TELEGRAM cerning The Climax are not at all alarming to us and should not be Minor Event anil Lilt e II ijji nil- - nt Variiur Placet given any weighty consideration Ktauilan timu was a failure at Sanaa O by our readers A lmbv was killed by rat at Kansas t ity The only thing that troubles us Judgr Taft must assume hi new office bv is to decide whether Mr Clay is Fh U endeavoring to pose as a martyr It n denied that Silcott is in Terrebonne Canada or a bulldozer Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i Â¬ The Kxrittng Srrnn in the House Over the Contested Flection Case Will Be ltepeated in That BoJt Wasiiintn Feb 3 The senate has set aside to day for the consideration of the Blair educational bilL It comes up as the unfinished business of the senate and it will continue to come up at 2 oclock each day until it is disposed of Its passage is a foregone conclusion but it may he debated at some length and its consideration may take up two or three afternoons A decision is expected from the su preme court of the Cnited states iu the suit involving the validity of the Idaho test oath In event this decision is rendered the committee on territories may dispose of the bill for the admission of Idaho at its next meeting Senator Piatt chairman of the committee has however more urgent matter to hring before the senate The tjcretary of the interior in an interview with him Friday laid before him the necessity of pushing to a passage the hill --Jready re Â¬ ported from the committee providing a temporary government for Oklahoma Senator Piatt will ask the senate to con eider tins measure at an early day Tlie customs administration bill known as the McKinley hill will be re- Â¬ ported to the finance committee Tuesday by the sulvcommittees Aldrich Allison and Mcpherson and will doubtless be re-Â¬ ported to the senate the same day A number of amendments will he suggest- Â¬ ed and when the senate passes tlie measure it will be thrown into conference where it will stay for some dars The discission of Senator Butlers hill to assist the emigrant may he resulti d in seme form or other The senator from South Carolina himself may make a brief speech explaining the charcter of the measure further as believes it has been seriously misunderstood bv some of the speakers who have discussed it in tlie senate In the secret session the nominations of Indian Commissioner Logan and the superintendent of Indian schools Dorchester are still awaiting consideration It is believed that much of the delay in consideration in these cases is due to the fear that if they were brought up at this time thev would be acted up on adversely So they may not be con sidered during the present week An effort will be made however to obtain time for the consideration of Samoan treaty which is now pending Senator Hiscocks committee quadri centennial will probably meet during the week but no report is expected from it immediately Probable House Program Washington Feh 3 The exciting scenes that characterized the proceed Â¬ ings of the hodle List week will begin anew to day and will last until the fte publicaa members of the committee on rules submit Speaker Reeds new code It is the purpose of the majority members of the elections committee to reiwirt the Adkinson Peudleton contested case as soon as the Smith Jackson case is dis posed of The committee has heard tlie evidence in the case but has had no meeting to drcide on its disposal According to the agreement entered into by the members of the committee this cse would come up liefore the com mittee on Tuesday Feb IS hut the ma Â¬ jority of the members have decided to call a meeting and take a vote on the matter 60 tliat the case can lie reported Is the house immediately after the Smith Jackson case is gotten out of the way With the addition of Mr Smith to the Repuhlican ranks the majority would 1 quite certain of always having a quorum on hand to dispose of the other oases A vote on the Smith-Jackso- n case will be taken to day if possible Mr Jackson will be unseated and then the Adkinson Pendloton case will lie called up The Democrats intend to continue the fight to the last and they will use every srratvgy to delav action Little is known concerning other busi ness that may come efore the house As it is there is slight prospect of the enactment of any legislation for the present The committee on territories will proUihlv report the Oklahoma bill during the week and take speedv action on it Saturdays House Proceeding Washington Feb 3 -- The house of congress met Satnrdnv at the usual hour Speaker Reed presiding The session was more orderly than the previous dav the I emocrats continued their protest but the journal was approved and the BSssSasaM election case of Smith vs Jackson f i om the Fourth West Virginia district tnken up Mr Crisp spoke at length followed by Mr OT rrall It wav tirally agreed to give three hours to each side for debate and then take a vrte At G30 p ni the house ad- Â¬ journed Mexico Kccognixes Brazil Washington Feb 8 Mr Valente the Brazilian minister in this city has received an official communication from the Mexican minister stating that the Mexican government had formally recog- Â¬ nized the republic of Brazil Twenty thousand people have visited the exhibition of the Vureetcbagin collection of paintings and The Angelus in Chicago in the past two weeks Rnfe B Shoemaker a young man of Mid dletown Md was shot and dangerously wounded by his father-in-laHairy Crone during a family row J F Horrine of Kansas City has been arrested charged with swindling H D Strmsrer and J S Warder out of 123000 worth of real estate The schooner John Hancock which was reported to have been seised by pirate off the coast of Lower California arrived safely in Port at San Francisco A bill has been introduced in congress to supply fhe Gettysburg museum with speci ni ns of the arms uniforms and implements of war used iu the battle The i 10000 of county warrants issued by the county officers who held office pending the settlement of the contested county seat election in Hamilton county Kan are adÂ¬ judged void The influenza is spreadiug in the City of Mexico and has assumed a more virulent form The United States ministers son who is suffering from pneumonia is in a dangerous condition Joseph A Murphy sporting editor of The St Louis Utobe Democrat who acted as referee for the prize tight between Aheara and Jackson which resulted in Jackson being killed has been indicted Murry Nelson has been elected president of the lioard of Chicago drainage commissioners the organization that is to control the expenditure of 30000000 in the construction of th citys great drainage canal w Â¬ Â¬ Ulorer k Durrell Sales on our market for the past week just closed amount to 3303 hhds with receipts of 1944 hhds for the same period rjales on our market eiiie Jan uary 1st amount to 121344 bhtia Sales ma our market of the crop of 18fc9 up to this date amount to 10551 hbds The offerings of new hurley have been large again this week and we are able lo note some improvement on the me dium In good grades of leal and also stronger feelings on colory low grades We find it necessary to advance quota tions on some grades from the figures Oue hogshead of new of last week burley sold on our market ibis week at lfcM50 per 100 being the highest price of the season The inlltiwiiig quotations fairly rep resent our market for Burley tobacco crop of 1889 Trash Dark cr damaged tobacco 1 00 lo 300 Colory Trash 300 to7o0 Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ware House Tobacco Market Iuiville Tobacco AT COST FOR THE NEXT 3O DAYSl Ready Made Clothing AT COST FOR CASH WE MEAN BUSINESS COVINGTON FOB the Next THIRTY DATS At our New Store in order to make room for our Spring Goods 500 Colory Lugs 6 00 to 1000 7U0 to 8 50 Common Medium to good leaf SS50 to 1200 Good lo tine tillers 120 to 1600 Select or rappery tobacco Jib 00 lo laf 24 50 Local Produce Markets CORRFXTED ARNOLD BY COVINGTON WEEKLY ROGERS MAIN BPO STREET RICHMOND KV A A statement is dian members of parliament to the effect that during the northwest rebellion Gen Middlctou seized a very valuable stock of furs which he converted to his own use The formula of a preparation for curing the opium and morphine habits ralued at 1S00 has been stolen from the Opium sanitarium at Chattanooga Tenn The secre tary of the sanitarium is charged with Â¬ circulating amoig Cana- Â¬ Beef Richmond Ky Cattle Butcher- - Feb 3 5 2 1890 3c t 25 15c taking t A syndicate of New York banker will pay Sixth National depositors Ex Presdent L land gave a check for half a million Clausen and Pell are both in the Ludlow street jail the former charged with embezzling the banks funds Joseph Silver an old resident of Beverly Mass died last week While overhauling his affect- - hi relatives found between 4000 and 5003 in gold silver and greenbacks Â¬ Hogs Sugai Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 lts Lard Tallow Beeswax ip itf 7sC 121 Hi 1 50 2 1 1 00 10c 5l3 5t 70c 2S 5 40503 laQtOc No 222 W Main Street Richmond I MITCHELL Ky ioi2c 34C 5Asc 4oc 37e 1 40c Feathers Meal Seed Oats Jof 40 stewed away in various places He worked on odd jobs and no one supposed be had any zn ncy The sending of a suitable testimonial from the people of America to France in recogni tion of the assistance given this ccuntry in 1770 at the task which The Detroit Journal has undertaken The plan is strongly sup- Â¬ ported by the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution The Jewelers association has sued Duns mercantile agency for 50000 claiming that Dun Company inspired an article in a Chicago paper charging the Jewelers asso ciation with pirating infonnatior bodily from Duns commercial book and incorporating it in a book of jewelers rat ings Edwin Iardridee Chicago board of trade operator has received en anonymous com munication threatening that anlest he puts up the price of grain two cents by Monday at 1 oclock the writer will kill him Mr Pardridge says he doesnt know whether or not it is a joke but it will not alter his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Feed Oats Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 25 150 9 7 75 1 LO O K A T T H I S1 CS EJINTTS V1 1 4 JO THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF 00 30 p LIVE Li STOCE MAEKET EEPOET By CBEBlfB v KM nil Y issslmi Merchants at Citicta e stock Co all Union Stork TardaatMl Covington Slock Yards CLOTH INC LxiAitallllAAillil -- i furnishing CLOTHING Cincinnati Ohio Feb SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra 3 iSon J transactions THE FIQHT TAKES PLACE Jake Kilrnin Knocks Out Felix Taeqaelin In Three Bounds New Orleans Feb 3 Jake Kilrain and Felix Vacqnelin fought at tie West End theater yesterday for a purse of 2000 Vacquelin is the young IVench man who has tested a number of local and southwestern pugilistic lights Kilrain has been training at Richburg for the fight There was a large crowd present and the police did nothing but preserve order though it has lately Deen declared that there would be no more prize fighting permitted here William Muldoon and Doc AdliT were Kilrains seconds Mike Cleaiy and James Sweeny acted in the same capac- Â¬ ity for Vacxjuelin Pat Kendrick was referee Three ounce gloves were used and three rounds were fought at the end of which Vacquelin gave up and the fight was awarded to Kilrain Vacquelin was obliged to act entirelv on tlie defensive as he was no match The only wonder is that he for Kilrain stood Kilrains pounding for three rounds iU hardly got a blow in during the fight Wrongly Translated The story is an old one of the rarty of tired travelers who entered a house decor ated by a peculiar sign and derianded oysters This is not a restaurant sid the courteous gentleman who met tlum I am an aurist Isnt that an oyster hung outside the doorV asked one No gentlemen it is an ear A body of sailors from an American vessel stopping at Samoa went to the German consulate and demanded dinner This is not a hotel said the offended domestic official who met them Well if it isnt a restaurant whats that black fowl hung out for Aint it a sign inquired the spokesman The sign was the German eagle the consular coat of arms Youtht Com- Â¬ panion Â¬ Â¬ Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 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 Good 4 40 4 io 2 75 3 75 3 258 1 7511 3 851 3 dot 4 50 4 3 4 3 J 25 25 00 50 J5 BUTCHER CATTLE 4 00 75 3 400 3 oofi 3 oo 2 1 1 7i 25 co 3 3 3 3 2 60 25 25 75 BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND 2 1 j 30 BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockcrs 3 50 2 50r 2 65 2 25 r 1 40 I 90C 1 jot 1 75 3 90 3 75 2 75 3 35SJ I Intend to Sell Them at Sonie Price FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 753 3 6o 3 oo 2 10 oo20 Common 5 Bct Veal Calves 5 Fair to Good 5 ooc2 oo Common and Heavy 3 HOGS Select Butchers 3 90 3 Fair to Good Packers 3 So 3 Good to Extra Lights 3 75r 3 Light Pigs 3 40 3 SPRING LAMBS COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 35 00840 Fair to Good 25 00130 2d W Capital Stock HOME 0PPICE--32- 7 BBANCH OFFICE A ani CDiL 12 00 00 POWELL COMPMTJhave OOO OOO 2a 00 JO 00 05 85 So PINE MOUHTMB ffiQH you read of the fate of 70 lall Paid Extra- - 6 2 6 so vaBslvBMwiessMsMasl9ssMiaviBasSHSaa srLm aV11 Fifth Street Louisville Ky Piaeville Hotel Pinovillo Zy- - THE FIRST LEGISLATIVE POXDENT CORRES How things have changed The Smith daily paper that cannot afford a Phil Roberts were at -bomunday Each has in legislative correspondent is not troduced several general bills and up with the times Col McCarty a number of local ones The Sen is yet young and vigorous and ator has introduced a bill to make would make a lirst class corresthe pay oi members 12 per day pondent in this fast age Mr Smiths cigarette bill was HOW THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF WORKS killed in the Senate and his bill While Ihe laritt revisers are at work M properly richts of iu Washington the continued investmarried people wa amended be ment of English capital iu our pro Â¬ d recognition tected It occurs to us that the two reading industries must make queer A computation just made branches of the Legislature are doing an unusual amount of kill states that about f 150 000000 of foreign now getting the benefit of ing off of each others productions capital is for the tariff protecting When a measure comes up iu one dustries The absolute our iufaut in control of the branch it straightway does the potteries is the most startling incident McGinty act in the other so that of this situation of aflairs where the ieral bill can not get through profit afJorded by the protective tax at all most Hardly unlet it is will go directly from American pockets a -- cood deal amended into European bands presentative W B - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ James Oury an Akron O grooeryman is missing John Evans ogodOS years died near Hamilton O on Saturday Miss Mamie Hays of lfllepoint Ky hai disappeared from her home A business block at El wood Ind was de stroyed by fire Loss riO00 The Mexican government has formallj recognized the republic of Braril John Shandel aged 00 years died at Ottawa O Saturday of pneumonia John Otstot a victim of the Columbus ex plosion is in a precarious condition J T Hanrahan general manager of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad has resigned A convict rexirted killed in an attempt to escape has been arrested at Chattanooga Governor Humphrey appointed Maj Will iam Rims treasurer of the state of The coroner ha concluded his inquiry int the cause of the Monon disaster near Indianapolis Peter Wiae jointly accused with Powderlj of conspiracy has been bound over for conspiracy Col James E Ne il has been summoned U appear before the Iallt box investigating committee A fanner named Fleming had his arm ground to pieces in a feed cutter ner Wil mtngtou O Jacob Helm a prominent carriag inann facturer at Iaiorto ImL has niysteriouy disappear xl Rnfus L Eckerson of Montana assistant superintendent of the railway mail service has resigned A bill pataei the Kentu ky hou Satur day providing for the registration of voters in Covington A heartless mother threw her baby from a car window near Chattanooga but it was rescued unhurt An aged couple at St Louis who were di vorced many years ago met recently and were remarried Hundreds of Canadian lumbermen are returning from the Michigan forests because of a lack of work At E la Ma a colored boy de liberately shot his sister and beheaded his brother with an ax The auditing committee of the Irish Na tional league approved Treasurer OKeiUyg system of book keeping That Satisfied Him he began in Last Monday morning a solemn voice last Monday morning I stopped here and ordered a large list of Today is Thursday and they groceries have not come up yet Oh yes I remember They havent All persons indebted to W B White will come forward at once and pay now replied the grocer same J R Burnam Whats the excuse 33 34 Receiver You are owing us 40 and we an fill no further order until that is paid Nttice Is that it A meeting of the suliecribers to the It is Then it is all right I didnt know stock of the Richmond Street Railway but one of your horses was sick a wagon Company will be held at the office of smashed up forgetful clerk or some- Dr J M Poyntz Friday evening Febthing of that sort That makes it all ruary 7th 1890 at 7 30 oclock for the purpose ol effect ing a permanent orDetroit Free Press right ganization and electing officers Having decided to build a house suit- Â¬ able for my business I desire lo rent out my large busines house on Main Street Would sell the entire building 31- W E LUXON FORpNf uysDirlu Miira waraermj nixw BtTH sssCiI is iaSBikj partinantadinirg6bTrtil710nisVi8 irOHi all Pronpeetas post of the A Latoetie 27 Filth Are New York 23 39 EMORY MCGINTY of such a fate At This Company owns 20000 acres of tlie finest COAL IRON AND TIMBER LANDS lying immediately around Pineville LOTS SOLD ON LIBERAL TERMS 9 Location for Manufacturing Plants of desirable kinds furnished on liberal term First Coke made in Southeastern Kentucky was made by this BEWARE ocean groveling among the monsters of the deep by blind faith present he is at the bottom YOU CAN AVOID HIS FATE BT TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF TOUR LIFE BT GOING TO Company at Pineville The first Coke Plant in Southeastern Kentucky is in Pineville Analysis of this coke shows 94 per cent fixed carbon less than 4 per cent ash and less than one half of one per cent sulphur Notice to Debtors Iron Ores of Exceptional Purity and Timber of All Kinds ARE FOUND ON THE LANDS OF THIS COMPANY THE COMPANY WILL BEGIN SELLING LOTS ON FEBRUARY 5 Taking advantage of the the GREAT BARGAINS he is offering in everything pertaining to STREiras Bm them r55- OFFICERS JAMES S RAY Prksidknt SOBBSdML Â¬ WINTER GOODS VALUES and COST of goods cnt no figure in the PRICES WE EVERYTHING MUST GO NOW HAKE TARIFF REFORM IX INDIANA- J M - SB WG Whitk White Poyntz John Bknnktt 8 D Pakkisii 33 34 Â¬ The Indiana Tariff Reform League held its first Convention at IndianapoTuesday last It was decided to establish an editorial bureau for educa tional work Ten men in each township are to be iuduced to talk reform to their neighbors and to organize branch leagues and 200 will be collected from each county for pushing Ihe work It was claimed that the organization has been extended to seventy couuties and that Indiana is the best organized Htate in the Inion As the first step in tbe campaign it was decided to hold a tarifl reform Htate Convention in Iu diauapolis on March 4 lis Â¬ Fines Carnages NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES v H V LOVING Sfcv and Tkeas THEODORE HARRIS President of the Lonisville Safety Vault and Vice Prest of the L S R R Co and of Trust Company the Louisville Lankmg Co r- KLIHU ROOT JOHN I CARSON of Chicago Ills Vice Ireskient and Generof New York Director and Chief Attorney CKK al Manager of the L N A CRR of the L N A F A HULL DENNIS LONG of Panbury Conn Trest of the Board of President of Dennis Long Co Iron Trade and MTg of Hani ware Etc Fdy and Pipe MTg At H S PARKER J V STINE Prest R N I R R Co Attorney for the City of Louisville Â¬ t mm ji PRICES that WILL seU 4 r at half prices of what they were 4 LYMAN PARHISU W II CCNNIN OUA ZIPPINCOTTS Â¬ New LiTery and Sale Stabls AT JETTYSBl RO Â¬ Â¬ The IViston Transcript a conservative Republican paper favors the marking by monuments the portions held by the Confederate regiments at the battle of Gettysbuig Among ather things the Transcript says A the Englishmen of to day look back with a common pride to ihe fiery valor of Ru BURNAM ci HUME perts cavaliers and the steadfast courage of Cromwells Irousides so we believe the Americans of the next een The Oldest aud Strongest American Companies tury will feel a common glow of grati fled nationality as they read the brave NORTH AMERICA story of the three great days at GettysSPRINtJFTELD burg There could uot have been three CONNECTICUT days of such fighting unless there had PENNSYLVANIA been great qualities on both sides uot only physical bravery but moral lero NIAGARA GERMANIA JW Parker a Burlington Kan forger ism Itig of no use to question his waa arrested at London Out Extradition it belittles our own triumph loceny MERCHANTS papers are being awaited I This is in pleasing contrast ili There is no longer any doubt that The the recent petty utterances of a PittsROCK BOTTOM RATES Strong Locomotive Works will soon bean burg Grand Army Poet and Gov iriea institution of Cincinnati taxT Dont forget our office is at tbe The police arrested a trio of crooks in ver in regard to tbe Mary laud ConfedFarmers National Bunk Cincinnati Saturday and hundreds of dol erate monument on tbe Gettysburg HUME BURNAM lars worth of stolen property waa recov- battle field ered Â¬ We hare erectwl a new and commo Â¬ dious Livery and Sahv Statiln corner of 3rd and Irvine street Klchmond Ky My vehicles are all new nnd of the nod aak the public lo givt M a trial very latent patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you HORSES HITCHED OR FED want a vehicle come and see m and AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle you wont go home without one horxea homes and buggies bireil at low 5 JOHN DONELON NEW SULKIES rates INSURANCE 16 15 PARRISH CUNNINGHAM Â¬ M McCARTY Plumbing Om tad Steam Fitting Pump Repairing a Specialty All kinds of pumps kppt at Works wuk its contents is a Ittrary i itself It was indeed a happy thought la print an entire novel in each number Not a short novelette but a long story such as yon are used to get in booh form and pay from on dollar to one dollar and a halffor Nat only that but with each number yon get an abundance of other contributions whit h gives yon a good m igatine besides the novel The ringing blows which have been struct on the gateway of popular favor have resounded throughout the entire land and to day Lippin cotfs Maganne stands tn ihe front rank of monthly publications and is the most of publication of its hind in the world for full descriptive circulars address LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE Philadelphia oo per year as cfs single number The publisher of this paper will receive rd MAGAZINE Overcoats at Most Any Price Just So Thoy Go nSmail fwMm y I at REDICUL0US LOW CES PRI- - i t L at prices that almost make them go of their own accord ti subscription j Â¬ Â¬ mSsaBh i ciBmm rBcrjatkOi r e ffedaw w t 11 Â¬ ii iiiiiiiiii urave nmern ni mmanl Mills or W G Whites Drug Store 50 49 HawMijr mnUjbmrJamY alsssssssssssLGdU V VJIV teik tliUkep iBoih Worth THOMAS B AYRES Real Estate and General Collecting Agency Special attention paid to the sale and exchange of Real Estate and to the collection of all kinds of accounts 47 46 arHsktmr ladWudnniYiua reu oxs rtlultocanij can pcuoxbi Mews MM lfh our rw valuable -- Mawifb laf lor-tn- -r wm il Everything that pertains to WINTER WEAR we have marked prices on them that will sell them JUST COME AND LOOK And if we dont make a selling price no one will Â¬ Â¬ CRAPSEY 4 Â¬ Â¬ Wiggins Block Cincinnati O large two story Arcliitocts BROWN e Me Ua4fBM Iwilskd MatuS For Sale or Rent wJaltHKaairwhunHailinu rliia whocall roc frU ad aad BalfkkOT ad tkoar bout u that raeaKa in alaabla tnaW fern TkKh klbHcer r ha Imn alarm onca and tkua we are repaid We par all eiprtae frtirht ate After o baerr all If 714 wxild kka l le wrk fur aa rea ea per week and awards lo jara frem imiitnir f ThM Mnplaa aa wall aii ta weak jre goods must go These I want money and money I will get if prices have anything to do with it Remember what blind faith did for McGINTY Look at ns We are the eye before yon plunge into unknown mysteries county Call and see openers of this I desire to sell or rent privately the John Francis who figured in the tally sheet forgery cases at Columbus has been re Â¬ leased from the penitentiary on expiration of sentence The first meeting of the Teachers associa Â¬ tion Qf thptantfe of FranklJnFayetjto B Barns Albert G Dudley aged eighty N aud Tobacco properlyCountry Stores Milling specialties Can refer to buildings successfully years son of Col Wm Dud ey For Local Fire Insurance be sure to erected in Richmond Maysville Mt situated on a good corner lot in Fllls killed in the war of 1812 died in call on us at Farmeis National Rank Sterling Winchester and Owiugsville tou Ky known as the Hojan proper Â¬ 33 32 BURNAM A HUME Fayette county last week ty 86 22 H U COLYER STORE HOUSE H J STRENG Promoter oi happiness to all who want it J Methodist ministry and proved as able in and a nice supper implemented by dance- PERSONAL potatoes 1000 of A Saeeessfal Oaeiiig latoea 380 of Dor ebon baa a quantity of new Mil RELIGIOUS at the pulpit as at the bar As a merchant n aided in wearing the night away Mr bran Irvine makes the tenth bridge Messrs F Weckesser Co opened kiee aarries and buggiea of tbe neweat financier Mr A D Ruff has returned from a - February 5 1980 the Kentucky river between that spans and the time he ana equally sjccessful ozhr is a prosperous businessman of popular patterns and at very redaesdy of the the New York Restaurant Monday with The Executive Committee of his death he was at the delightli visit to his old the Three At Rev II T Daniel of Richmond has this place 5- home lable figures Forks and the mouth Three of the ten head of the banking firm of Noland Farmer Association of tiouth Caroli- Â¬ decided success During the day one left a fine impression on the Baptist breth- Â¬ Mrs Sallie Wison of Jessamine county A most remarkable occurrence was tie For years he had been ren here and it is likely he will be called na a political organization which baa hundred or more people were fed and The St Nicholas has a free Cab lor iu cross out of Madison- - one into Clark one Wiilmore Ax Co If you suffer pricking pains on mov- Â¬ S Williams tte and one into Jessamine editor of the Central Methodist A re visited Mrs W Stuart ones this place appearance here of Mr I to the pastorate He has recently held developed great strength within the quantities of fruits and confectioneries ing the eye or caunot bear bright pueti of Colorado last M k Mr Bow den ilc WKt two years has iwueri an addreaa were sold Ten persons were required to light and find your sght weak and Will somebody name a river and espec markable incident in his career was his last week some very successful meetings Paris promptly use Dr J u Three storv residence for sale or rent ially one no photographer for the new gallery raw 10 the Democrats of the State charg- Â¬ wait upon the customors Mr John Fitzpatrick attorney at law The lunch failing yi should longer than the Kentucky announcement that the Savior had made K en tuckian Citizen Salve cc u H McLeans Strengthening Ifc V B Ucatnerage ing that the element f the party now counter proved a grand feature Pineville is visiting his old home here pected with the New York music store in that has as many bridges 9- Yet they say him a visit He described minutely the 25 cenu a box One of the most important gatherings K Turner have just Kentucky is a slow State Mr Weckessers partner is Mr John Mr and M Saviors dress manners appearance and and says his town has taken on a new Richmond had been in the West and to be held in this State for some months to governing the State with gross mismanIf Eiffel baa come down from bia formed the acquaintance of Mr Williams Piiik j nf llipir maragement extravagance and inefficien- Â¬ Moberley a native of Waco and has voice and related the conversation in boom Igiamrr mc v- - - nnivirlrv Two weeks ago the latter had business in come will be the Ninth Annual State cy and declaring that the State never many relatives and frieids in the countv tower to occupy a residence iu Paria If ami at it Agii riage which Mr Nolands work on earth was Stephen W Cosby and Squire Davis The large interior portion of the BoCincinnati and while there decided to run Convention of the Young Mens Chris- has had a Republican form of governThey are agents for the Louisville steam which was the property of Baron Hofully endorsed But in a book sulisequent left yesterday for Illinois their future tian Association of Kentucky at Paris Ten thousand bushels of Irish potatoes nanza Roller Mills that did the celebrated engineer up to Richmond to see his friend Bowden the McGinty ly written by Mr Noland this wonderful home May they prosper ment but lias been dominated and bread larger and cheaper loaves than any tter It Uro act so like the Van sianted by Covington Arnold thoroughly two weeks ago MonWhile at the Glyndon he mentioned that February 13th and 16th ruled by an aristocratic oligarchy A ether daily free delivery They make a 400000 which is about half of what visit by the Lord is not mentioned yet derbilU cal day entailing ajieavv loss has been reBishop Maes of the Catholic diocese of call has beeu issued for a convention of specialty of fruits in fancy baskets Their he made by building the tower he was born in Kentucky but was taken he died without any change of mind on Mr Joe Rice and bride nee Garnett stored by hard work day and night and William Uatd is the new post West so early and his parents died while Covington has secured ground upon Mad- Democratic farmers to meet in con cigars are unsurpassed the subject so far as public utterance inleft for Cave City their home on Friday lie was so young hat he did not know ison Avenue thentral residence part of vention iu Columbia May 27 to nom Weckesser master at Tain Lick anc is pronouncea grinding will now proceed in its usual forms u Cos house is in the ele- to viaad when ehildwn It r after a ten days v sit to relatives here at whether he was born in Madison or some the city of Cov ington as the site for a inate a complete State ticket vigorous and steady way This is mar it prod iod one gant new revenue building is spacious and ataesv aad the little riwnb his old home velously rapid work The center column He knew that his new Cathedral which is to be built this adjoining county Man- - it is wry 1 iwnll n UK is The Wilmington N C Star refer Â¬ well lighted clean and comfortable A rvmaika e discovery of near rela- tonttoi tbe phildsortrx the the base of which gave way causing the An elegant Cincinnati ball is described mothers maiden name was Butner and year at a cost of 100000 The location ring to a statement to the effect that uieu in our icu nuuc items Iii Clark county a pair of 15J hand accident has been made everlastingly for diarrhoea whether aristae front by the Enquirer and among the numerous somebody suggested that probably Mr is the finest in the city 100000 acres of laud in Caldwell counwhere in to days Climax mules sold for 256 a ether causes Twenty Are eenu a botO strong so that there can be no repetition The barn on the old Pierce farm Glou- Â¬ ty ami 5000 acres in Burke county pair participants Miss Mattie McDowell of James Butner near this place was his rel- Â¬ of 14 hand mules sold for 65 Mr M M Harber is down from the of the catastrophe ative So he came out and To his gratifi- cester Mass is burned The building have recently been purchased by Richmond is mentioned a pair of yearling burse mules sold nt Altamont Mines and says they are sliipClara Barton the philanthropist ia The Monon has contracted for hunMr R Tate Irvine attorney at law and cation discovered that he was at the home destroyed is an historical one It was Northern and English capitalists says 290 unusually fine a pair of aged i-j lonrt Day r uav 01 m of his own uncle And more he soon built about the year 1780 as the first Uni Â¬ said to be a crack shot witb a ritle or a dred new freight cars ping itnrieen real estate agent at Middleshorough is What these large purchases of land mare mules 15 hands sold for 275 A larger number of cattle ani mules on The masonry at the great Marble Creek here for a day or two and says that his learned that another uncle his fathers versalis Church in America its pastor have been made for whether tor spoc and another pair of better quality at shotgun Covington II Mitchell are spreading it the market Monday than for the past The centennial olatiou or for mining agricultural or 295 Canyon on the R N I B is nearly new home is the livest place he has seen brother lived near here Squire William being Rev John Merry on tlwck and thin in their elegant new several months Physicians prescribe Dr J II Auctioneers Bush and Williams Mr Williams was a son of celebration of Universalism in America industrial purposes is not stated but Lenns Tar Wine Lung Balm in it done Fine thick suits at low thin prices in a centtirv store Dcatherage were absent Capt Ballard Torn back aches Tandy Williams who emigrated from this was held in 180 and thousands of Uri whatever the Impelling motive may Or soa are all worn out n nly com for nothing they find no trace of opium or morphia Mr John B Carson Vice President and David R Francis is Governor of Miswhile its efficacy iu curing all tlirnator CBHill now with Mr Muncey w ho rarely goes on the street to auctionit is general drbiiitv Try neighborhood about thirty six years ago versalists who attended that gathering vis- be it gives evidence that the men who 27 3SL URitWSS 1BOV HITTERS lung diseases is wonderful Xlams Express office is from Col Â¬ eer was induced to make a few sale IK General Manager of the L N A and souri He is a tall well built handsome He tarried only a day or two and returnited this old barn as the Mecca of liberal so invested their money think North It will cure you ml rive a com appetite Sold He has ed to his Western home by all dealers in medicine Hill this countv but formerly from reports ten or twelve mule sold at f6o to is sick at his home in Chicago with the Westerner of the vigorous type lege Up to yesterday afternoon T7 deaths Christianity Carolina a good State for investment of 9 35 a good genial face decorated with a I one pair of mules 8325 He reports from pneumonia were reported far Dr Van Dyke astonished the New capital ami have confidence iu her fubut few caftle sold wilh prices a shade The railroads in West Virginia are now brown mustache and his manners and BROOKSTOWV The famous guerrilla Bill Hulw this week at the health office againat a colored man was bit by York Presbytery a few days ago by say- ture The old North State is coming He was Mayor of belter than heretofore enriching the treasury of the Stat The speech arc engaging who was a lieutenant in Quantrells 50 for the same period last week show Â¬ t week He NHlM to I know not what others may do You can put that down as sure1 ing W Stuart Jones reports sale of a lot of State treasury on Friday received over St Louis before be was elected ExecuMiss Nanie Williams is very sick with band died on Ins farm north of In ing a decided decrease Baltimore Mi Cliff Burgins madtone and it stuck I intend to keep on disbebut as for me Articles of incorporation have been 3 year old cattle at 30 and a lot of 70000 from the Chesapeake an Ohio tive and is noted for his active public La Giippe Saturday Hulse Sun lieving ignoring and denying the doctrine filed iu the Secretary of States office dependence Mil and Saturday the Parkersburg Branch of spirit Governor Francis is said to possess at good price was one of the most daring and desPeach trees in bloom again This set- of reprobation I will tach that there New Jersey by When nature falters ami requires Mr fames C Adams as guardian of the Americau tobacco A good number of people in town the Baltimore and Ohio paid in 26 000 an ambition to nil as Vice President on tles the peach crop for this year in hell no limits to Gods Company which it is supposed is to perate of the guerrillas and Ids name help recruit tier enfeebled en are no infants the ticket with Mr Cleveland in 1S9 lames and Cliarks Hagan will on Feb and the Norfolk and Western 11000 A Horse Item Mr Sam Baldwin is spending the most love that there is salvation open to all consolidate a number of companies was greatly feared ou the border during with Dr J H Mcleans Strengthen ruary 15th rent for the year iyo a farm l per The Ohio River Railroad and the Kana New York Star the war After Appomatox Hulse set Â¬ ing Crdial aud BlisaJ Purifier of his time at his farm on Tales Creek mankind and that no man is punished but The capital stock is fixed at 25000000 The Climax gives its readers only one wha and i ear Kirksville 27 39 bottle Ohio hayc appealed fiom the tled down on his firm and became a BeTHIN COLUMN hore item this week but it is a good one valuation made by the board of public Rufe McCords beef has got so he can for his own sin Is that Calvanism The number or shares is 400000 Of The flowers are in bloom again the as well as The steamship Hondo has just sailed It is said stock 15000000 is divided into good and peaceable citizen He served a big one It occupies two works and will We will have beef yet fore God I dont know or care kick up his heels not pay up yet four years with Quantrell and was the from New York for Grey town Nica Â¬ ttees budding and the thermometer up in columns on The Bourbon News insists on calling it the fourth page and is from 300000 shares of 50 each which shall There is no whisky in this neighbor- Christianity The weather w ill be colder in that The Louisville Mt Sterling and Nor intimate friend or the Younger and ragua carrying the largest cargo ever The La Grippe Bat Ihen the News is reliable and interesting journal the The large t work of Cardinal Gibbons be the general or common stuck and hood and Mc and I have agreed not to Mav than now folk railroad folks have put another corps published in Paris Paree you know James boys He frequently befriended shipped by the Nicaragua Canal ComLexington Stock Farm is enjoying an Recently we 10000000 la divided into 100000 Our Christian Heritage take any grippe of engineers on their proposed route them but would take no part in tbeir pany consisting of machinery scows At A coffin came by express to a firm of John C Miller has built a resi quoted from the same pacr a lengthv arMr Thomas Goodrich who now lives unusually large sale in this country over shares of 100 each which shall he prelawlesenesa after the war Hulse waa and provision- present they are located at Salyrsville undertakers in his lann near hi old home in ticle entitled this place but their names M Breeding on the Tipton farm will move to Fayette fifteen thousand copies having been sold ferred stock Said preferred stuck shall covered with scars made by bullets and and they will begin work at tha point were so unty and has had it nicely lurnish which gave great satisfaction among our long the shippers couldnt get in three months The work is meeting entitle the holder to receive each year sabres the 1st of March gentlemen at the head of this project them on the box so it was but was finally carried oft with Rich- Â¬ John G What next readers interested in horses The article The maikcd Collins with decided fayor in Great Britain where a dividend of eight per cent payable la giippe In 1HW a body of State mond Ky are pushing the work to a finish and they Mr Jacob Shearer and wife nee Hugue carries im- Â¬ published to day is entitled Death A Table of a special edition is finding many purcha Â¬ half yearly before any divideud is set The continued warm weather has raised will he ready for active construction work militia riddled him with bullets while v will go to housekeeping March 1st at mense stocks of Salt Lime sers The book will be translated into apart for the common stock or so much he was The ground hog appeared at precisely W A Powell the Great Wilkes Family in all its Gener in the early spring This road would be a row in a certain camp chopping wood in front of his the Tipton place atons It is an article that required much the French and German language aeon of the eight per cent as the profits jus- Â¬ 12 oclock on Sunday but was unable to the va he is going to sell his goods at some home He was left for dead but recov- Cement and of great interest to the entire population Mrs R P McCord gives music lessons tract for the latter privelege having been tify The amount with which the ered The old decide w helher he could see his shadow or Im- Â¬ price if you will come to see him See care and research Machinery guerrilla band invited of Kentucky especially Eastern Kentucky company will begin business is 10 not The weather for 40 days will there Â¬ once a week to the youngsters at Brooks signed by the Cardinal on Saturday his ad Sale of a Hotel and Opera House and the city of Louisville and while the him to retaliate but he refused saying plements Sulkies Gear and town School house 000000 divided into 200 shares fore be a mixture of winter and summer Balimore Sun that the war was over Cole You nger the best line of Groceries in The Warder Grand Opera House and people along the line will be asked to take Mr W N lotts has purchased a 17 George S Williams has sold the lambs A new candidate for fame and fortune and bis brother subseqient ly killed the Hotel at Kansas City llacaoori the finest stock in the enterprise Louisville capital in the Stanford mills POTATOES ercst If any of 70 ewes to James Smith at 5 cents for CONCERNING FARMERS the militia leaders nan knows better than any other man structure of the kind in the Missouri val- will be the power by which it will be put called Kentucky Home and School and June and July delivery 41- published at Mt Vernon by Mr W E Courier Journal Bring us 10000 bushels of Irish po URINKKNNKSS LI01 OR HABIT hat a mill - our former citizen Potts is ley built at a cost of 500000 and opened through In Jessamine county a pair of aged la all Mr Raymond Shearer Jr of Hunts Slraw locates Mammoth Cave in ChrisSeptember l iSb by Booth The Richard Menifee Literary Socie Bairctt the one taires and we will p ly you ca li mules ld for 280 the World there is bat One rare has been sold t ptlblic auction by the Real Kstate Transfers for the Mouth or tian county Oh Shaw when was it Clark county was over on a visit to his 34 35 Covington Arnbld fc Bko ty of Jackson Academy will eel Dr Haiaes balden Speribr Schoolfield of the new clothing father Mr Raymond Shearer Sr the January moved over out of Edmonson The Democrat reports a number of sheiff and was purchased for 350000 It cti lie given in i cup of tea or coffee Washingtons birthday by an t firm of Voris Schoofield is a nephew other day sales of tobacco all round in Clark at C F Burnam tojohn Arnold 7 acres A Richmond fellow read about a man A movement is on foot iu St Louis without tilt- - nowlelssi of Hit-- toii taking tainment in thefhapel of the AcadeÂ¬ cash by George W Henry a Chicago of Prof Schoolfield of Danville who a peely La Grippe is as common in this country 8 to 10 cents 0000 who went into a grocery and asked the to erect a monumeut that will com- It enVflniK patient M aami permanent cure my There will lie some novel features millioniare lumber dealer George W moderate drinker or whether the performed the deaf mute marriage in this m T Chenault to M F Re d 100 Cleik if he hdd any of this new kind of as spoiled meat anc the majority of the ilriinkarils Warder the Missouri poet who had made In Lincoln countv 21 cotton mules memorate in some titling method the mi alcoholic wivrk Xliniiwul of the ItoMen in the entertainment that will le pehave lieeu cured who have taken place recently and wlu11 the Clerk wanted to tit zens of this neighborhood have lost sold at 80 9 cotton mules 75 to 100 debt of obligation under which the tli in heir coffee without tea a fortune out of real estate buiit the struc- acrts 2 390 their kn culiarly interest injr We invite our lay thiuk they ijuit drinki and 8 know what kind of tea he meant the man more or less J M Fowler to Thos Turner Mississippi Valley lies to lhe late evliee own tifree will Id Hogan for twenty two years drum- ture regardless of expense He borrowed Several lots of shoats at 3J cents o harmful encci re- Â¬ friends at a distance to come and etjoy wieir Lures guaran said Mctjinty He thought the joke so mer for John P Morton Co printers money lilieiully Real estate prices went acre 25 G S Williams bought seventy 150 lb In Garrard county 20 fat sboats sold James B Eads The movement has sults from it for1lniiniMratHMi full particulars the feast with us Jack ot Hurler teed Send circular and Willis MarretttoJ P Embry 65 acres good that he would go at once and work shoats of Leroy Ilisle and has them for at 325 4 extra good mules at 150 the hearty indorsement of Gov Fran- Â¬ Address in confidence Golden BTBCIFfC o lie and who had many times visdown and the ante were all met by War- Â¬ Persons w ho lead a life of exposure 17 1S it off on one of our town grocers ited Richmond died suddenly while taking der So he sale 700 cis Mayor Noonan and a host of the lHoKaceHt Cincinnati O Exchange lie sold to Ed Tribble two 1200 eacb a yoke of steers 2500 lbs 90 are -- uhject to rheumatism neuralgia a bath in Bowling Green Friday most distinguished citizens of tbe Slate John Grady to Robert Royston Mr Warder married Mi- - Mc Williams j hunied along and dashing in he asked lb steers at 350 per 100 lbs Ex Congressman Horr of Michigan and lumbago and will find a valuable Col Hobsons large barn and stables 200 have you got any of this new kind of of Missouri aud the city of St Louis who is an intensely artiau Be publi- remedy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic whose parents lived on West Main S reset acre The community lost a valuable family at Bowling Green burned with thirteen A finger of a little grand daughter of Oil Liniment it will banish pain and J A Ham to J E Reagan 822 acres sugar The grocer asked what kind of can says the general opinion over subdue inflammation that of Mr Sidney Noland and wife by head of horses and mules and all his As a nucleus for the fund the 27 3a tmaster Taylor was amputated at this place where Mr C E Smith now sugar do you mean r and the lellow said removal they having gone to reside at the Liederkranz will probably give a tbe country is hat President Harrison lives the third joint yesterday by Doctors funning implements Loss 1000 M Chenault 3c acres Magoffin county Is getting up a big Sid Shaw to D McGinty performance of the oratorio Creation is weakening rather than strengthen Â¬ Opera House Jonathan Estill place near Richmond Foster and Roberts A varicose enlarge Mr D N Prewitt baa contracted for in March next and it ia said the vast oo boom io nil lands Tbe Standard Oil ing the Republican party ment existing from birth was the trouble The bill incorporating nn Opera House Since Middleshorough is on such a lietween five and six thousand lambs DOVLtSMLLE W T King to T R Perkins 97 acres Company has leased 50000 ar uumber of thoroughly trained singers boom everybody here is hoping and exSick headache wind ou the stomach for May and June delivery ranging in and musicians whose A report was circulated here last week Company in Richmond has passed both services either biliousness nausea are promptly and land in that county ami will sick five branches of the Legislature and been 5500 pecting to hear of our former resident price from 5J to 6 cents per pound La Grippe is raging in this section that small pox existed in the railroad II B Wells to P Brooks 200 acre are or will be secured foreshadows a agreeably banished by Dr J H McÂ¬ wells immediately to test the fact The incorporMr J W Ilisle is very low with fever Mr Everett Huguely making a ten Danville Advocate camp in the suburbs As nobody i sick signed by the Governor more magnificent rendition of Han Leans Little Liver and Kidney Fillets whether nil can be had there in paying ioo strike 27 3J 5c a vial camp it is not probable that there ator include some of the most substantial Turpin to Jas Harris Sussex county Delaware fruit grow- dells masterpiece than has ever yet quantities It is said that the prospects Robert and J A D Dunbar told to John Chenault Mr Robert Pryse of Estill county has ers are reported as very despondent iieen given or even are more than a thousand cases of the gentlemen of the town and county and ttC t 171 4 acres 3 000 yearling steers at 330 attempted in the 13 Tbe mother of Senator Haggard died are very flattering there is every evidence that a creditable G S Wil- Â¬ over this years crop Many peach and West Tbe New been visiting his father-in-laKled disea- I O Brooks to Elizabeth Parks Orleans Times Detn iu Clark county la t week J W Wells and Hiram Jett Messis SLTTLE IP building will begin in the early spring Miss Mattie Williams is visiting apricot trees were in full bloom when ocrat in a liams acres 25 leading editorial cordially made a flying trip to Lexington last week The Middleshorough News announces for subscription to the capital stock Are you restless at night an harass Mrs Callie Pryse of Estill struck by the cold wave her sisters BB Newland to N B Crcekmorc commending the movement says ed by a bad cough Evervtody knowing themselves in Â¬ that Colonel D G Slaughter is to have will be opened and an opportunity given Dm Dr J H Mc John Olds and Geo Dunbar have given and Mrs Laura Butler of Beattyviile Beyond a doubt the greatest bentfaclco 130 acres W C Cash sold to J W Henidou Lung Bilmit will e- - debted to me are requested to call and LeausTar Wine charge of the new 50000 hotel on everybody desiring to aid the laudable enup all hope of matrimony and gone back Miss Mollie Shearer the beautiluly oung of Mmiisou an aged j ick a jack colt tor whom tbe Valley of the Mississippi cure you sound sleep and effect a settle at oiice I need the money and J T Conn to J F White 30 4 acres Queentberry Heights Uiat place and that terprise to subscribe Not many days in the reininiscense of childhood to reprompt ami radical cure iw wr daughter of Mr Ab Shearer will be 3 aged jennets 2 do lt w 775must have it Will be found at my old and 3 -hs iii nwn WW it i to be named Katydid in honor of will be required to secure the requisite A J Smith to Wyatt Embry loJa main until 1892 when they will again ap- married Thursday to Rev D Flurry jennet colts for 1750 He also sold a serving of a monument that will per C K SMITH James Ecton Sr aged 70 years died drni -- tore I McKinney that being her nom Mrs J amount pear on the carpet Stafford a young minister in the Chrisacres 600 32 mixed lot of 50 cattle to Tom Wood at petuate his name in this p trt of the iu Clark county last week dc pume The location has not of course been Brookstown perhaps never 3 tian Church W S Jones to James Vincent 30 acres This makes nearly 5000 worth of world than Jas B Eads The splendid KlNtiSTON selected The old Garnett House remod Miss Tillie Smith of Clark and Mr It Cured Bright Disease Fire iBMiraBrr produced a handsomer couple than this 300 stock sold by Mr Cash iu the last two bridge at St Louis is an unmistakable II a II Ky May 4 ItML Ill This Stiles of Stevensport deaf mutes were If you need fire insurance consider the eled would make an excellent place Then S Long to Wm M Long 8 testimonial to his professional ability James Claibe Shearer Jr colored a native of weeks Stanford Journal Miss Minnie Herd is attending school is is to certify thnt 1 had Brights Disease married la t week Prof Schoolfleid announcement of that reliable firm of there the vacant lot next to the Baptist acres 300 this locality is here from Indianapolis at East Bcrnstadt Peel Rutherford made the follow- while the jetties at the rivers mouth or something very much like it and deaf mute of Danville and Rev Church which is a delightful location agents Burnain Clav ton Sanders to James P Prather Hume in to days and announces the death of his father ing disposals of their Clydesdale stock will ever stand an imperishable monu- Â¬ was in very feeble health This was in Cheek of Paris otficated Mi Mimday ol Salvisa Mercer counissue Strong companies and low rates Mr John Farley has a vacant lot corner So32 acres 100 ment to his towering genius and the the year of 1V7 I used one dozen Sr aged nearly eighty received last week from Nebraska ty visited his aunt Mrs T C Witt last Claibe SJiearcr of Second and Water Street that would be Exposure to rough weather getting passing excellence of his engineering bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and James Vincent to Woodson Murphy years Claibe was a slave of Mathew Two Uru han e mares to Dr J W Holweek I am now in better health than I have wet living in dwatp localities are fa Â¬ convenient and Mr H B Dillingham has 12 acres skill 250 Shearer long since deceased and was one loway for 260 one mare to been for years Mr A G Woods has purchased the a good place on the opposite corner vorable to the contr Mr Bales and Maupin sold last week to of Eloada Tudor to James P Prather the most industrious colored men in all Anderson Cobb for 130 one 3 year old Jamks M Hendkkn the kidneys and bladder As a jrc interest of Mr Hutchison in the drug firm C I Mobcrlcy has a vacant place oppoyearling mules at Tennessee parties Harry Fauaings Larky Investment 2 254 acres 110 Sold by W J White Prescription ventive and for the cure of all kidHe raised sixteen children mare to George Peel for 125 one the country of Woti is Hutchison Glyndon Hotel site these two 49 eow 3 7v ney ami liver trouble use that valuable Harry Fanning who cleared 115000 Druggist Richmond Ky J F Sallee to Jacob Long loj acres He has now loaned out to various persons horse to Dick Hutchcraft for drug store and all goes smoothly on Mr remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and Hie Sik on an investment of 1 a little over a Five pure bred Poland China boars all over the country from Richmond to the 150 The suit of Mrs Rhodes B Thomp- Kidney Balm I per bottle 130 Nicholasville Journal Campbell Patterson is salesman B E Million to Smcpiha Million 43 ready for service Also some work mares river cows horses mules and other stock month ago in the Fsom Burgin is seriously ill with La uisiana State Lit- son vs the New York Mutual Life InThe leading Tennessee papers are tery is attending to his business aa Ctmuiiiatiftn Sale Mh Helen Veech and Mr Oeorie and work mules for sale by G J White Also money and other valuables The acres I65X Grippe surance Company was terminated in united in calling for a State conven- strictly as ever and instead of squan Â¬ Wood were married iu Boyle county Son R L Gentry is out again after a hard is that much of his property B Howard it J Foster to Woodson Masters 6 acres bad part of it eale and Waller Bennett the Lexington Common Plas Court by to consider the ques Â¬ dering the money which He went out to tion of farmers will never be recovered came so easily the jury bringing in a verdict for the last week ate talking of having a combination sale tussle with tlie grippe If BEATTVYlLLt of better roads and how to secure is going to use it to good purpose Ab Oldham salesman for Ramsev He full amount sued tor 10 ink and also J B Heathman to M F Whartan 40 of horses here the fust of Mav That is Indianapolis recently and died with the tion There are many accidents and dis them The Memphis Daily Commer- kept the matter to himself and told uo Oldham is dangerously sick with pneu acres 3250 a good move keep it going Such a sale grippe allowing six per cent interest on tbe eases which affect Stock and cause se is no room to doubt the Beattyviile is doing her best to get up a R II Royston to C S Wiilmore one of bis great good fortune but quiet Â¬ amount from the time it fell due mak rious inconvenience and loss to the far can be had with profit to aM parties con- monia served five years in the cial says there Claibe Jr big boom success of the convention and as little ly sent his coupon forward for collec mer in his work uliicb BMJ be quickly Willis Ilisle is seriously ill at his home acre 50 cerned United States army among the Indians iug in all 11200 remedied by the use of Dr J H Mc- Â¬ Everybody has got the grippe cannot smd his brother Bob is now in the army to doubt that it will be productive of a tion by Wells Fargo 4 Co and in less I S Roberts to Phil Roberts acre on Breck Street but was better at going to His First Burnam A Hume are agents for first Leans Volcanic Oil Liniment great deal of good The convention than ten days he hail his money count hear any thing now but hows your grippe stationed at San Antonio Texas ft An Ohio man was here on Monday hia will be held iu Nashville ed out to him over their counter In class insurance companies Try tbem Phil Robcits to I S Roberts 2c acres Dr Joe Hood of Million prccinctwhose Work on the Government dam has sus 33 32 first visit to the State and saw for the first sickness was noticed last week is someLAND THE MOUNTAIN The hardest blow received by the bright f20 pieces Stockton Cal In- Â¬ for awhile but will continue early pended Remaining unclaimed iu the Post time a genuine Kentucky Court day He what improved jute trust was delivered by the farmers dependent December 15th Phil Roberts to C Roberts 11 acres in the spring A young lady of Owingsville Miaa Office at Richmond Ky week ending It had not so much as heard of the instituAccording to the report of Drip Rock Ky Jan 24th 1890 of Georgia Ieiia Vice aged 25 dropped dead in a February 4 189ft J W Embry continues ill at his home James II Edwards of Fainviile Estill tion and was compelled to ask what it in this county where he has been confined Phil Roberts to Sallie Long 18 acres county has accepted a position on the Editor Ciimnx the State agricultural department over protracted meeting at a school bouse Rallew Jaon Miller Mrs Mary IN FAR CATHAY meant so many cattle mules and other for a number of months Some one who has a very erroneous one half of the last cotton crop in that Miller Eliza Mrs while laboring under religious excite- BrotherMrs B Ry NI tenth residency of the R animals in town It daily meets my dreamy eyes Monrow Lewis Covington Nolie G W Fathergill to W S Sowers knowledge of the mountains of Kentucky State was wrapped iu cotton bagging Mrs P P Ballard continues ill at her ment oM world scene by farther seas with Wm Rock resident engineer That Miler Joupth Collins Sarah E Action has undertook to write us up and as The Mobile Register aays home on Third Street She has been fee- 108 t acres Soo And alt unchanged the water sighs Heavy Hogs Residence with ti rooms cellar and Cobb Miss Nannie Million Mr Mary The new hotel will probably be comStill In that bay and still the limine Florence Agee to L A Roberts 11 might be surmised failed to give a true like this will do farmers more good ble lor a number of months Bro J D Mosbv Mr 11 B Barnett sold to J F Wagers 2 cisterns 2 acre lot barn pond and Deevall Leonidas Sings tow awee songs amid the trees pleted bv the beginning of the next cen- Â¬ picture of our people and land Duff E C Morelaeue E I than can be derived trom any amount Ed D Ballard continues sick at his acres 12 hogs that averaged 4004 lbs That is is already much needed fine orchard For sale privately 44 Here stands a house -- quaint shadowed oer Meyer Mr laac Katrgan Wyatt L A Baker to J J Tussy 23 acres tury or before It The mountains are not as far advanced of conventions and platforms the largest average for so large a number home on Smith Ballard Street in this 33- Br craafrlng branches wareleu ill J P REEVES wm Frank Ford Benjamin and is sure to do a fine business if proper- in modern improvements as some more 600 The rirer whbvpring near the door The Central Illinois Farmers Insti- Â¬ Noonan C E of hogs that the countv has produced for place He hat not been out for several Griam Mn Mary ly managed meets the threshold stiB That white path Prof A B Crandalls report ou the Gorilen Mattie A Quinlan Patrick I S Roberts to R L Roberts it acres favored places The new inventions of tute has requested the Governor of Ill Â¬ a long time The price paid was 345 months And birds chirp lore with bill to Mil Capt C A Gordon Sr was in Beat- farm life are perhaps a little conspicuous coals of Whitley county is now in the llahringer Talrob Richardson Minnie Rev O D Henderson of Station a prompt investigation inois to make per hundred or 13 83 a head They were That rude old bridge still spans the stream Rogers Reid tyviile on the 23rd ult He had charge of by their absence but they are coming at a W L Crutcher ExV to Price Wilhands of the printer It will prove of Holler Marr Camp who was dangerously sick for sevinto tbe action of the live stock comshipped Saturday trom Fort Estill The passers few are passing ret Mrs G W the locating corps now locating the exten- rapid rate The people areas wideawake as great interest to those encaged in the Irvine Mr Sallie A TaylorMiss Lucy The boat ta there it doth mesceuv months was here on Monday his liams 47 acres 1185 eral Tate missioners of that State who it is Jones John B R R from those of any place when the conveniences sion of the R N I The sailors sleep mayhap forget Brekea as by Grippe R L Breck to R B Cornelison development of the resources of the Lacker Sarah Mrs Winchett Miss Ida first time out c fat charged are destroying good for neer was sail since furled or see Beattyviile to Pineville the distance be- of modern life are concerned White Margaret Miss Sallie Ellis teacher in the Deaf t6oo Lipacom Henry State Real Estate Register Richard White Miller is sick at the healthy steers at the Union stock yards The bay spreads omv clear placid bright S A and G W Deatherage E tween the two points being 10 miles Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p and Dumb Institute Danville is at home home of his mother on 4th Avenue He Our hills contain as good iron and coal at Monticello Illattected by a disease greeo A summer sea fringed round with Seurnlgic Persons Money order and registered letter M La Grippe existed in the was taken with measles upon his return Baldwin 16 acres 4665 f r the present as those of more famed regions They called lump jaw Afar some isle mayhap la sight And those troubled with nervousness resulting which Ibe farmers MILLION Is seen hours prompt 7 a m to H v m Rising from oat Iu breast from care or overwork will be reliered by taking s hool to such an extent that the manageonly await the capitals power of develop- clxim is not contagious a statement to James N Crutcher to Frank Shrews from Yale College for the holidays And houses mirror In its sheen J B WILLIS p M Urowns Iran Bitters Geoniaa ment thought a temporary suspension ad Robert Woodcock whose general health berry 30 acres 3 Dr J F Hood is sick again but not so ment The quantity is not wanting either that effect having beeu made to tbem has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper And all is still nor rotce nor song W S Jones tojohn A Ham 2S acres On their slopes are the sighing pines tall by Prof D Mclutosb veterinary survisable No deaths have occurred but is good is confined to his room wilh a seriously as before Comes the enjoyment to abate A shaft baa recently been sunk at 01 poplars and stately oaks which are sup- geon of the Illinois University there are several troublesome cases Of that fair scene fair though a wrong muscular trouble that prevents his going S5o 11 W Haden has been taking the Mr Dunkinfleld England to a depth of It tells of lover fathers hate W F Jones to John P West 13 acres plied to the towns of the Blue Grass on He has not been dow n town for a about Upon a willow pattern plate Males aaa Sheep Cincinnati Enquirer for twenty four years every A convention of Mi sour i stockmen 2600 feet at a coat of 600000 to reach tide by our loggers Detroit Free Press 7v long time met at Sedalia witb aliout 150 farmers a vein of coal 4 feet 8 inches thick Mr H H Colyer sold yesterday to W Miss Sallie Breeding of Washington Three story brick residence known II Golden to James Carter 127 acres We One person objects to our roads Talton Shanks is somewhat improved property on Main O Brock of Clark 40 ewes cars at county is visiting Miss Olive Perkins and admit that ia this county there is not a and cattle raisers present from all parts Mors Motiey for Tooaeeo Than Flour Children will freely take Dr J H aa the Wherritt First Presbyteriau 1050 since the surgical operation embracing opposite of the Slate Ex Governor Morehouse uu Street Average 95 4 to 430 per hundred bus- Â¬ McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm averElzie Perkins to Ed Baldwin 4 acres will remain during abe winter mile of pike but roads are about the A prominent contractor who does an examination of his lung performed at af B Dka therauk Church A pounds Tates Creek from eend to eend is ready age of those of the bluegrass The ridge was chosen temporary chairman iness all over the state has employed a like cough syrups it coutaius no opium 100 34 45 his residence on Four Mile Avenue near will soothe and heal any disease of the To Tennessee patties he sold 39 miile the and waiting to go on a boom as soon as roads are not as insurmountable as some letter from United States Senator Vest crew of 12 men for six months and on throat or lungs quicker than any other U B Million to E C Million 50 Fair grounds recently He has been on the subject of the dreaaed beef com Â¬ reckoning up matters preparatory to a remedy colts at 65 per head B Kanatzar to J R and R Kanat B open the spring and the R N I of the low landers suppose J suffering for several months Confinal settlement for the year the follow- Â¬ Mr Colyer will leave to morrow lor which will not be in the far luture zar 137 acres 2411 Now as regards our people I can say bine was read aud an address on Missouri with 13 good jacks the largest MATRIMONIAL- spirators Against the Farmers waa ing figures were brought to light Ten of Reeeat Death D G Slaughter to A R Harris 9 Mr F Million has a pocket book that as far as my observation goes there is not load that ever went out of this county Secretary of Agriculture the 12 use tobacco and the bill for plug made by ex Judge A J Ewing father of Mrs Dr acres 300 he paid one dollar for 3S years ago lie a cleverer honester or workinger people 10 men was more than Some good Jackt Must be cheap for were tobacco for these Miss Mollie Shearer and Rev D F Poyntz of this place and who died at James H Boggs to W H Miler 14 carried it daily for 20 years and incc has in our beloved State They give their Col N J Colraau Speeches The Jo aei ia Jaaaary the flour bill for tbe entire crew Addreaxmeat Poplar Flat Ky prominent men pres men consumed 53 worth of tobacco out- Â¬ Stafford will be marr icd at Brookstown giving least cash price aud a full aud whenever he leaves home It is a good best to their guests which is not only of made by several List of marriage licenses issued during Owingsville was 71 years old and the acres 36S an waa side of cigars and got along with but to morrow See Brookstown items Correct description He James L Sowers to Peter Million I one yet The dollar was all he had and a good quality but without price with a eut after which Colonel Col in the month of January 1890 P Riddle wealthiest man in Bath county jAMraTMcCoRMKK 34 M 51 worth of flour The fact seems in- Â¬ made permanent president kav js eight children W T Baldwin formerly a gallant beau acre 500 he gave it for the pocket book to put it in few lonely exceptions Fashion plates are W T CuUingcr and and Era Harpe is verily the truth The address of President Muller of credible and yet it Dr Samuel Crews who died at Fay Â¬ studied and followed as much as by our of this city will be married on the 5th of J W Masters to Harry Baldwin 36 A wonderful mouse nest has been disHenrietta Masters James Cain and Julia Tobacco ette Mo was borne in this county 90 acres 800 bluegrass sisters The people are very the Corn and Flour Exchange at the February to a charming and wealthy Kirkendoll J T Friend and Mary L covered by a family in this vicinity In SAFE INVESTMENT years ago He was one of the wealthiest Merret Baker to Betty Kelly 2 acres looking through ao old bureau an odd honest no locks or keys are to be found annual meeting recently la pervaded young lady of Oklahoma City Jessa Â¬ M JohnBoen Wm L Leeds and Sarah inspired by the submen in Missouri mine Journal 35- STATE OF KENTUCKY B Dozier and Jalie Brooks Wm looking bunch of something was found on most of the doors and they are not with cheerfulness son Good investments are often hard to Madison CiRiiir Coitrt Joshua Parks who died recently at LibT S Moberley to Thos Cain 5 acres and when pulled to pieces proved to be needed They are also hard workers stantial prosperity of the past year and Mrs Baldwin is a cousin of Mr J H G Lucas and Etta Burnam Daniel Long ClKRKSOFr U K Feb 3 1880 Mo removed from this county shorttha bright prospects of the present find but the people of ibis county will Powell of this place 40 W L Wilder and erty nest of a mouse made up of a lot ol minding their own business the and Laura Hickman A B Patrick and He was a brother of ly after the war In religion they are always true to their Our export trade in coru has been of In a short time have an opportunity P Jones to James Jones c 51 acres old papers belonging to the late Ira G Mr H L Perry and Miss Grace Hart Amanda Elder Patki k Order Publication George W Parks near Speedwell and church S D Carpenter to S W illiams 20 Million At the Saturday meetings as magnificent proportions drawing to afforded them for putting their money will be married at 1230 oclock to day at j Many of them were cut into Ou Petition lived in that vicinity He was the father-in-laas this Mrt an immense fleet of ships In into a very profitable kind of stock the home of the brides parents Mr and The Pesasylvania Law acres 1500 while others were intact good a congregation greets the minister fragments Thia day came into the Clerks Office Â¬ of Dr M A Bogie of Kansas churches 1889 our corn receipts were 18354018 that carried into it tbe element of safe Mrs T II Hart in this place many of our more civilized G M Tudor to S D Carpenter 20 Among them was a 50 Confederate bill Rev C of the Madison Circuit Court before Tobacco dealers in the large cities de- Â¬ City formerly of this county His age acres 500 give on Sunday The people are as good bushels against 6 943839 bushels in ty to a greater degree than ia often P Williamson will pronounce the cere the Clerk thereof the petitioners A B clare the law prohibiting the sale of ciga tax receipts one for 1S25 signed by Cald1888 Iu November aud December 3- - found nowadays We refer to the rrony after which the couple will drive Patrick and Ami E Patrick and filed W F Powers to C E Smith 142 well Campbell rettes to minors has no apparent influence was near 70 deputy sheriff for I C Christians as arc to lie found anywhere Â¬ their petition tbe object of which ia to Mason Brown who died in Louacres 6907 Schools are better attended than in the 95502 bushels were shipped and as National Building and Loan Associa- over into Jessamine county to the home obtain a decree of said Court empower Â¬ John on the amount of cigarettes sold The Miller one for 1S26 signed by G W M Mr J E Kent we entered upon the new year 111 tion of Louisville I Mary Estill to Arch Black 4 acres Barbour D S for D Benton or Bruton low lands circumstances considered of the grooms father Mr Morton Perry ing the petitioner Ann E Patrick sales are greatly on the increase and the isville last week was one of Kentuckys wife of petitioner A B Patrick to act C5o have been a teacher for three years and steamships were coining to Baltimore agent of this Association will be io where at 6 oclock the latters daughter inference is that in some way all who want ablest lawyers and a man whose charities or Burton the writing being indistinct Richmond in a few days for the pur- Miss LuTa Perry will be married to Mr aa a feme sole ai d to use enjoy sell Baltimore Sun E Franklin to Mordica Ballard 4 one for 1827 signed-- by R Caldwell been over several counties hence know in quest of grain will be sadly missed by the poor of his cigarettes whether they are minors or not and convey for her own benefit any You often want to know what con Â¬ pose of organizing a local branch here R M Hunter of Lexington Many property she may own or acquire free whereof I speak sheriff get them There seems to be no dispute city He was in Richmond recently in acres 70 Well paste litis io where he will explain fully the safety good wishes follow the departing couple from the debt or 1 her baa- In this and every surrounding county stitutes a car load John W Todd to G W Cotes 9 acres about the evil results of cigarette smoking the railroad condemnation proceedings RED HOUSE of this Association band and for he own benefit to make A graduate of Yale he was Colonel of 25- plenty of good people goad schools your hat and you will have an answer and profitableness are on immature bo vs Lancaster New Era contracts sue aud be sued aa an aa the 45th Kentucky handy Nominally a car load is 20000 Conceiving the reliability of tbe Com F M House to Willis White 9 icres and good christians marrled woman to trade in bar ova Miss llattie Huguely and Mr Caleb Cbaage of Kirn also 0 barrels of salt 70 pauy we can say that the Board of Rev Stephen Noland who died in 3SS We have a bit of moonshine but not pounds Its name aud to dispose ol her property Directors contains a number of the beat Shearer accompanied by Miss Flora McinWilliam McQticeney died of pneumoMr W A Powell has bought the Nicholasville last week formerly resided of lime 90 of flour C cords of soft wood by will or deed as much as reported J S Collins to N B Deatherage town knowu and most successful business nia in Richmond Ky on Monday Feb- Â¬ Cord have returned from a visit to rela- Â¬ Ordered That notice e tbe filing of terest of Dr G W Eyans in the cloth- in Richmond He was born in Indiana lot Richmond 750 When needed I wjl write more Any 10 or 20 head of cattle 50 or 60 head of Louisville Tbe stock oilers an ruary 3rd 1800 aged 22 years said petition aud the objects thereof be tives in Missouri Co and in 1S1S but while young he removed to ing firm of W A Powell 90 or a 100 head of sheep 8000 men of person of sense and conscience will be hogs T E Baldwin to M C Heath town published iu one of the newspaper Investment for mooey either in large Mr James Dozier of this vicinity and convinced by a careful study that we are feet of eolid boards 17000 feet of siding henceforward the firm name as it hereto- Â¬ Estill county Ky and in early manhood lot Richmond 4500 James Balard Jr died of consumption in Bichmond Ky for at least laudaya or small sums and showe a very fine at tbe home of his father James A Bal- before tbe next March tena of aaM fore existed will be minus the Co Mr came to Richmond peniless and friendG H Myers to R L Gentry town Miss Jalie Brooks daughter of Mr John not away back in the middle ages and our 13000 feet of flooring 40001 shingles It O Brooks near Union City were married land a perfect paradise of mud rocks one half less of hard lumber oue fourth rate of profit Powell is an experienced merchant and less But he had energy and brains and lot Richmond 3000 lard on Walnut Meadow Fork of Paint Court W H MILLEK Clark with the assistaace of Mr James White success crowned his efforts He became Mr M C and hills Ten thousand bushels of Irish potatoes Lick in Madison county Ky on Satur- A Atteat Atteat Win Jennings to J P Tribble town on the 22nd ult Attendants less of joist scantling and other large Copy February nt H190 aged about will remain Commonwealths whose services are continued Attorney and in the lot Richmond 4500 IT MILLEK hy hills are rich timbers 340 bushels of wheat 400 of wanted by Covington Arnold x Bro day night TavlorJr and Miss Celia Taylor After Oh Mountain Land at McKees old stand corner of Main and language of the immortal Grant he let The burial took place in Rich 33 years J A 8CU4TAM Attorney barley 40 of corn 680 of oats 300 of Will pay the highest market price J G Fee to D P Armer town lot the ceremony the party repaired to the and fair thy people good and true tlumra First Streets mond Cenjetery on Monday He entered the Berea 100 no guilty man escape home of the groom Woodland Heights WCB flax aeed 300 of apples 340 of Jriah po-- HE CLIMAX Bridges The bridge for the I R X I Jj 3et Â¬ Â¬ Ee - Â¬ Â¬ ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PjlE ie 1 Â¬ three-year-o- ld ti Â¬ ir Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Taylor Hair Â¬ Farm and best market Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - tlro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tjj 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm m m mt -- JACKS WANTED ch 1 Â¬ Petition For Fma Sole Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ died Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ 34-3- TA15LK OK THE GREAT WILKES FAMILY IX ALL THE GENERATIONS THE 10 COMMANDMENTS Think Carefully and buy from us Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place ll Honestly Is Our Motto 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Bay Freiiuentl If You Would Please Hi SeO Reasonably lias Kver Been Oar Aim PAY PBOMPTAT Ii Cur Earnest Request 1 VxQ WMain Islington Stock Farm Alexanders Abdallah a horse whose opportunities in the slud were earlier than those of George Wilkea but not nearly so great stands at the head of all the sons of llambletonian as a progenitor It is not at all probable that this pre eminence will ever be wrested from him as it comprises the great Almont and Belmont families with a number more of lesser note Next to Abdallah among the sons of llambletonian as a progenitor comes George Wilkes The Wilkes line like that of Almont is now displaying its power in the female as well as in the male branch It is a very significant but not at all nirprising fact that nine daughters of George Wilkes became jn iSSo the dams of 23a performers GEORGE WILKES j 1 they will ultimately lead you Follow Ike TEN COMMANDMENTS to aeeeei and and make us happv SHACKELFORD BBAieaa GENTRY n Harry Wilke- s2 2 Guv Wilkes Mike Wilkes pacer 2 2 Wilcox pacer 2 Wilson 2 So So I B Richardson 2 2 Baron Wilkes 2 Rosa Wilkes Bud Crooke pacer 2 2 Wilton 2 Joe Bunker Flora Wilkes pacer 2 Tom Roger 2 2 Albert France Lumps 1 May Bird 16 10W i8 7 9 9H 20 S4 King Wilkes Hobs luij Lizzie Wilkes Sister Wilkes Alcantara Nellie L Propped Maid Sherman Jimmie Temple Queer Wilkes Rowena Wilkes Boy 222 222l4 222 -- Florence Elmore- Alcvone St Gothard Howard- 2 2 26 7 -4 23 3 2 2 p2 2 2 2 SH -2 Anglin Cuba Ira Wilkes Simmons Young Wilkes Ellerslie Wilkes Matnbrino Wilkes Miss Wilkes Richard WilkesThe King- Jeti Wilkes Busby - 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 38 28 28 21 2 2I Kentucky Wilkes Ambassador Early Dawn General Wilkes Brown Wilkes 2 221 221 2 2 S 1 ALL Kl A1JDWARE SB VBS TINWARE WO iiENWAKE HOUSE ITKNISHING GOODS W n Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS oi METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS HAY RAKES WHEEL BARK WS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC II Honesty pacer Empress Eugenie llice p 3 iK Blondine Onwarii Count Wikes Isaac Favorita Favorite Wilkes Defender Gambetta Wilkes Abbie Fannie Wilkes ffjeorgiana ALCANTARA 4 - 2 2 29 2 -2 2 V4 22514 2 2 2 2 2 SX 26 6 -- 2 2 2 2 2l4 22 22S 229 2i Bonnie Wilkes Magna Wilkes Macey pacer Carrie Daisy Wilkes Kitty Wilkes 2 2 2 2 2 2K --- 9H 30 3 9h White Socks Alpha Alcryon Iona Silver one -- tr2o 2 2oK Alcavala Golden Lady Emma Alcagetta Ariel 223 223V Black Victor Autograph Nightingale Montezuma pacer pacer 2 2 9 23 2 2S4 alcyone ETC 227 2 ii 2 LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US Aicandre Jatars Ordway p ADRIAN Rod- juartermaster 2242 2204 226 22s 221 Alcy Wilkes Alcvona Hallie B 2 20 WILKES SHACKELFORD Ib HMoxn ICY GENTRY 43- - Roy Wilkes pacer2i pacei Waterloo Boy pa AMBASSADOR BITc Lillian pacer Nellie II Embassy Keokee 24i 2 2 2 July 10 1VS9 Lady Wilkins p 1 v Wilkes BOOT RING STILL IN THE AXD Embassador 220 2 2 j Wyandot Scioto Girl Napoleon Belle A3DALLAH Ambassadorp225 2 2274 WILKES 2j al8Ja 2SJ -- 7 Saxon Sharper Ada B Charleston -- 2222 HOIRBON Voletta WILKFS IV SHOE HOUSE 227 Hamlelta Wilkemont Sterling Wilkes Coast Boy BARNEY 227 228 22314 230 2S Wawona Tilford Forrest Wilkes 2 2S1 2 -- 2 44 1 WE COME AiAIX Wit1 WIIKKS A RKSH LOT Or CHOlCfc TO BE EKLABQED AXI Champion Wilkes Barney pacer Geneva Wilkes 1 2m2t Mary S Mattie Wilkes BARTHOLOMEW 22S WILKES Lena Wilkes Sam Wilkes 2 29Vi -- 2 9h ife modeleD Groceries -- FOK THE 224 BARON WILKES 2lS 3 Bon Mot Frenchie pacer NEW YEAR We handle tl Tl V j On aocomit of will occur iltere in tosell Hit our ewrai le Inconvenience that u own Georgette Venctte pacer FAVOBITE 224 230 229 wilkes ve wsiueu 8ltek of f 219 ETHAN 225 Bald Wilkes of everything oa the 1 Lwesl id K L5 i h Boots Shoes HATS AND -- WILKES HilKKS 221 229 Ella Wilkes Crawford Yum Yum pacer2244 Areida FERGISON 229 229 USUI ULLER WIIKFS Daid L GAMBETTA 2191 WILKES WILKKS our unbounded thanks FURNISHING GOODS AT A 22i 2 eooNMH who Don Iizarro Billy Wilke 3 pacer HH GEORGIA Gambrtl pacer 22514 9 liberally have patron and promi e to treat them as well in ine tuiure a in mo jai i Qggf SACRIFICE tniT ff lw i GUY WILKKS 215 4 gff cm 1 ones From now until the builder leffii and couinlele their work new gJtF This will be a rare opHr-Tlik Lilliau Wilkes 217 Sable Wilkes Regal Wilkes HARRY 2 WILKES 22o4 Conns 2I312 2S Hazel Wilkts 220 TTflfMTI tlV W- - CVl fiTl 911 waw it - ri iu ni ul Rosaline Wilkes HARRY WILKES 214 LETCIIERsI WILKES 2 Madison county to get the Silly Wilkes HAMBLETONIAN xt t tiarnett House Biggest Bargains They h r 229 VhdbH Wilkes GORMLEV StDDLES MIKV in received from any iree for our stock is one of the Allertor 3 Eagle Bird be t and largest in 221 - ii JAY BIRD King Bird 23 J Twist KENTVCKY WILKES 139 2274 Cieen Wilkes Five PoinU 229 2aji 33NTRAL KENTUCKY This is no catch penny to got rid but we are in earnest about everything we say Wc have all the 22 224 Virginia EvanMinnie Wilkes Chief KING WILKES 1UKSS CO con house cor BOad St roe 228 22214 Oliver K 2 l6 LYLE VILKES latest styles in 24 Mattie WiUkci Danville Wilkes 230 227 Konantz 229 22o their eleint bv Saddles Ky tbrmerly occupied We have all the latest styles in Annie Dickinson p 219- - Bessie P 229 Lunette Herndon as a drug store macev r 2293 MENS SHOES AND BOOTS Lucy Macey mambrino wilkes California We have all the liest makes and Balkan Alpheus Gus Wilkes 2291 227 styles jii latest Clara P 229s HADE TO ORDER of the best Hisses and Childrens Shoes MAMBRINO WILKES 2284 rials and by the best workR M Wilkes Arthur Wilkes 224 men We have a fnll stock of MARK HELD bankets Horse Io Veritas Stirrups ire TINEAITLE Hrilles Mnzles Trace Chains XU aM11 Lady Thistle- llar Tads ollars Blind Bridles TETOSKEY We have the largest line of Surcingles QoM and Silver Buck Nellie ONeil Dick Wilkes pacer 2222 harness Oils Harness Soaps RED WILKES 2 40 2 14 Grover Wilkes p2244 Redfield parer Prince Wilkes Buhes Scrapers Curry Phil Thompson tJ4 Ashland Wilkes K4 Red Lassie 3 lbs llidinc and Driving Bits tDe 2 Red Bell pacer Keed WiIkcs 7 22514 Messenger Wilkes y Bridles Trace Chains Wayne Wilke Lady Mascotte lean Wilkes 22 and tverythinsr We have the best selection of Repetition Strmsrs Charles Wilkes l4 Red Bud pacer Ki Oriana J RShedd leloning to a complete Sad227k Lady Wilkes Hinder Wilkes Whipsaw -- 2274 Bessie Wilkes A and Harness Shop Clara T Edna Wilkes pre 22834 Richard laity of S Lally Wilkes 3 24 such as Knox Ernestine pacer The market afforJs ST GOTHARD Track Harness Stiff ash Stktson Pau Hats Light Road Qneen Gothard p 2 264 Bethard 2283 Rosa Gothard Howard Wilkes p 230 gJtf We have an abundant supiormley made the harness with SIMMONS 22S on her great Buf- ply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts Gossipcr Ravmond New York Central 229 227 and also that with which Snspenden Gents Hosierv fta Bon Bon 2 2y Snowbird pacer 226 Coraloid Bereelf from i- - All tobeOOCT Vri raised Simmocolon- Greenleaf 228 22954 Black Storm ouii THE KING 229 AT COST At Cost AT COST Limestone WAKKANTKD ALL WQ8K ive us a call and see for your WALSINGHAM 235 41 40 self Uespectfully Latitude 1 Ladies9 Shoes GENERAL HANCOCK Gettysburg LUMPS 221 IV 225 ai Harness 226 222 2 7 t SllOP a 22734 2263 22C 29 29V4 BOYS SHOES In City 2 2 2 - ZE3IATS 29 2934 3 30 22So Oh 9X 27H -- Â¬ - -- 30 3 -- DR RSCE VoriS year Uce now t WILKFS BOY WALLACE -- OF RICE Angelina Balsora Wilkes p 217 4 224 3 WILKIE COLLINS Mjrtsfffleil X New and Original Designs ARTISTI- CPreston Wilkes Annie Wilkes 22ij Administrator Wilkes230 WILKES SPIRIT Almont Wilkes aaJK uliIi- - ilwinl ml - - 9 WILLIAM L EASEB t r reaar m f satf aiiiaiit Daiai n iliiraca itrntuUdafwiM Ommm af Maaa mrLees aC Bexaalm Paver Jjcmm mm a wasinaaalj aaaiiua fcumar limapar -- i win abaaa ta e ir aeseml ca sJ pnJaaiaf erase sf iheM--aa- u Baaalaal EaaWt i aC fcaOi Oeawafrr Urmmy ra-- -t - rU MM In Granite and Marble S Axtell YOLXG JIM I2 SYPHIL IS pw Gonorrhea Garnet Butterfly Molly Wilkes William H Eph Fugue Butterfly 219 -- 9J 22234 2iS3 Sally B Minnenla Maggie V YOING WILKES 2274 Incense 22 x 235 Dandy Jim 30 3 s T r arleatj aaaaaaaa ajaaaHf aataa at m aaanaaaa aaea a pmw ajaaaa mts aaartat aoaaaaaj BBaaataaaieKasaaf aaaaaaw aad tjaaataa aVsaaaaa aara-- a4 ia ii lai t BJ BaaaaaajBaaBJtJ aaaifceiaaaiaaaialiiBaja i mt j4 naiaa a cj aarc V bra h M rr u r at aaaaa Wi yj aaaU ar 9m yse- - m Jf5 Tariff Victor Wilkes ZAciiARiAH 2284 -- 230 tt William C 2 23034 ri 230 TROTTERS PBODOCKD BY DAUGHTERS J24 OF GEORGE WILKES 29J4 aaaaaaaj Kaaajaa toaaaft BBBBapaalaBBi rwMlh m V k r rm aa4 ivrita wrr cuioai latalj aacaai lar aaartf AJ4r t Saaataaa a ia 2l9H Wilkeswood 21924 221 223 223 France Bon Bon PRIVATE COUKSIXOR rt te enra rJ aotfaa thmU ar taa4 aa I1 Glcnview Belle Eijjle Bird iwha alL Nettle Leaf Annie Dickinsonp WiKbrio Rajah Fortuna Vandal Wilkes David Wilkes PRODUCED BY DAUGHTERS pii4 p22C 22 li 224 226 226 229 V San Malo Fatuus Qieen Wilkes Chastclard Wilkie Russell liis 94 2 Clifton Boy Belle Rene 3 2634 OF SONS Frenzy Bnoni Mambrino Maid Prince Regent -1- Daughters of Voting Jim Burns McGregor 219 Daughters of Omwmrd 22834 Toys That Ijut The doll is thousands of years old it A Florists Interesting Talk on the Hy Â¬ has been found inside the graves of little bridization of IlanU Roman children and will be found again William Bertermann talked to a re- by the archaeologists of a future date porter from behind a bank of roses of all among the remains of our own culture tints and hues The children of Pompeii and Hercu This rose is a brother of this one lanenm trundled hoops just as you and said be as be laid out two beautiful I did and who knows whether the rock Â¬ flowers of the deep pink variety Here ing horse on which we rode in our young is the grandfather of these two contin- Â¬ days is not a lineal descendant of that ued he as lie placed upon the counter a proud charger into whose wooden flanks splendid red rose on a spindling stock the children of Francis Fs time dug their and here is the grandmother spurs The latter was a small white rose of The drum is also indestructible and unattractive appearance but upon a setting time at naught across the centu rugged stalk Then Mr Bertermann ries it beats the Christmastide and New pointed out the cousins and aunts and Year summons that bids the tin soldier uncles and other relatives of the flowers prepare himself for war and shall con- Â¬ he had exhibited tinue to beat as long as there exist boy Its just like raising horsos or cattle arms to wield the drumsticks and or hogs siiil he The stock is contin- Â¬ grown up peoples ears to be deafened ually improved by careful breeding The tin soldier by the sound thereof Flower breeding has become a science views the future with calm he will not and by crossing the best varieties every lay down his arms until the day of gen- Â¬ year new and more beautiful Sowers are eral disarmament and there is as yet being grown A man who ceased to be a no prospect of a universal peace florist ten years ago could not go into a The toy sword also stands lis ground first class flower garden now and recog Â¬ it is the nursery symbol of the inerad- Â¬ nize many of the flowers that we ileal in icable vice of our race the lust for bat- Â¬ most extensively There has been a mix Â¬ tle Harlequins and ture of blood so to speak until nearly bell ringing are also likely to endure all the old time flowers have lost their they are sure to be found among the identity Nearly all the flowers sold members of the toy world as long as now are hybrids or crosses between the there are fools to be found among the most desirable old stocks inhabitants of our own Gold laced Mr Bertermann then explained the knights their swords at their sides curly process of hybridization the mere opera- Â¬ locked and satin shod princesses stal Â¬ tion of which is easy enough It is sim- Â¬ wart musketeers mustached and top ply necessary to carry the pollen by booted are all types which still hold means of a camel hair brush or other their own The Chinese doll is young as wise from one blossom and place it on yet but she ha3 a brilliant future before the stigmatic surface of the flower of the her Blackwoods Magazine other or seed bearer A colony of bees in a flower garden will do the work betA Queer Coincidence ter than it can be done with a brush In Berks county Pa at the little vilThey constantly carry the pollen from one flower to another but of course lage of Shillington lives Samuel Shil- Â¬ there is no system about tLe crosses ling a living fulfilment of a remark- Â¬ lie first saw the light they bring about When hybrid iiat ion able coincidence is attempted the florist must be certain of day on Feb 23 1819 Beginning with that the plants are receptive As a rule the date of his birth it seems that the by close observation the florist may be- Â¬ fatlier of his country has kept a watch- Â¬ came able to tell when to apply the pol- Â¬ ful eye on Samuel Shilling every day len Not a few plants develop stigma for the past seventy years Shilling was married on Feb 22 to a and anthers at the same time and with them it is necessary to remove the an- Â¬ woman who like himself was born on thers before they burst and at the same that date Their first child a boy was born on Washingtons birthday exactly time by means of a linn gauze or otherwise to prevent the visits of insects one year to a day after their marriage which might convey pollen from another and two years afterwards on the same flower and thus effect an undesirable date twins a boy and girl were added to the Washington blessed household cross Five years rolled around when on the This sometimes happens a flower in good form but defective in color is per fifth anniversary of their wedding an haps crossed with another which is other infant a little girl was added to faulty in shape but of novel and desira their blessings The fifth and sixth child ble shade A weakly grown variety another pair of twins came around on may be used in an effective way in a schedule time two years later exactly combination with stronger grown lack and upon the seventh anniversary of the ing the particular qualities of the for- wedded life begun on tho natal day of mer As with the grandfather and oiu first president Mr Shilling is very proud of the lucky grandmother Mr Bertermann pointed out where breeding the dark red rose coincidence that has connected his name supported by a weak stalk to the puny and that of his family so inseparably white rose on a healthy stalk a splendid with that of the immortal George Wash- Â¬ pink rose supported by a well developed ington Many remarkable stories all true as stalk was produced Sometimes the florists ideal is kept so constantly in far as tho writer has been able to ascersight that the pollen of a particular tain have been related but it is doubtful strain becomes more or less futile if there is another case on record where Growers of cyclamen and gladiola ha- Â¬ a father his wife and six children all bitually call in the aid of a microscope claim one birthday and that too one of to determine the state of the pollen in a the most historical in the whole calenhighly bred seedling If it is found to dar St Louis Republic be uneven not plump clear and regular Lortl John Iluiwell in size and outline the plant is dis- Â¬ If he had not much pretension to exact carded as a propagator and another chosen which promises to allow the de-Â¬ knowledge his reading was wider than sired results in size form and color of that of most of his contemporaries and he had not merely a large acquaintance flowers Hybrids lietween two distinct genera with authors of many nations ho hail arc by no means common Mr Berter- Â¬ thought on what he read His mind too mann cited one example in philageria a had been enlarged by intercourse with cross between the beautiful and climb- Â¬ superior men and by the opportunities of Few men of his age foreign travel ing Lapageria roses and the bushy Thi lesia buxofolio which is intermediate standing on the threshold of a career between its two parents though not had seen so much that was worth seeing nearly so desirable as either Sjiecies of He had knowledge of every division of the same genus frequently refuse alto- Â¬ the United Kingdom In London he bad breakfast with Mr gether to cross with each other and Fox he was a frequent guest at Lord some again will cross only one way Florists kowever have never been able Hollands dinner labia lie was acquainted to lay down any delinite rule and excep- Â¬ with all the promineut leaders of the Whig jiarty he had become a member of tions can only be learned by experience Grillions club In Dublin where his For the most perfect and symmetrical flowers it is lx st to select single flowers fatlier had been lord lieutenant ha had which are most perfect in their petals for seen all the best society in Edinburgh where he was pupil of Professor Play seed bearers Another interesting fact is thatj single or semi double sorts with fair he had mixed with all that is best Abroad his oppor- Â¬ perfect eaiToIas will produce doublo in letters flowers of a regular symmetrical forma- Â¬ tunities had been even greater He had read his Camoens in Portugal his Tasso tion Its a fascinating business said Mr in Italy he had journeyed through the Bertermann and the only trouble is length of Spain he bad ridden with the duke of Wellington along the lines of fli rists who make a business of raising flowers for the market as we do have Torres Vedras he had watched a French advance in force in the neighborhood not the time to devote to hybridization He had conversed That work is done most successfully by of Burgos gentlemen who make the business a con- Â¬ with Napoleon in Elba Walpoles Life stant study The best man at hybridiza- of Lord John Russell tion in Indiana perhaps is the florist at Looking for the Twitter Purdue uni versity He makes the breed Â¬ ing of flowers a speciality and is certainThe mortality among the domestic ly very proficient in the business animals up in our block increased great- Â¬ Are artificial colorings much used ly last week said a South side young now man yesterday One of our neighbors Very little as compared with former owns a pretty canary bird and his little times for the reason tbat all tints can son has always been anxious to ascertain be obtained by hybridization Cut white the source of the birds twitter So the flowers are sometimes placed in ink and other evening while his father was away by absorption they take on a blue tint at the office and his mother was down And then roses are sometimes given a town on a shopping expedition the blue tint by placing about their roots youngster reached the cage captured iron dust from around anvils in black- Â¬ the bird and picked off all of its pretty smiths shops yellow feathers But he did not discover I observed a strange thing recently the source of the twitter and the bird I had placed some hyacinths in water caught a severe cold through its loss of and after they had stood for a while the drapery and died with pneumonia the color all left them In handling the next morning The little boy was locked earthen pots in which they were placed in an upper room when his experiment their departed color stuck to my hands was discovered by his parents and now from the outside of tho pots The water he firmly believes that two in the bush it seemed had drawn the coloring mat- Â¬ are of much more value than a bird in ter all out of the flowers and it had set- Â¬ tho hand Chicago Herald tled on the outside of the earthenware Indianapolis News Cleanliness a Modern Virtue The English upper classes are clean Sugar on Raw Oysters but cleanliness of any high degree is a The sallow faced Celestials in this city very modern virtue among them It is are more particular as regards their diet an invention of the Nineteenth century than most people suppose Men and women born at the close of the One of them who enjoys the distincEighteenth century did as the French tion of being tho wealthiest in town people do today they took a warm liath came into a down town oyster house the occasionally for cleanliness and they other night took his seat at the marble took shower baths when they were pre- Â¬ topped table and asked the waiter for a scribed by the physician for health and law Tho deft white aproned waiter they bathed in summer seas for pleasure stroked his smooth shaven chin reflecbut they did not wash themselves all tively and replied A what over every morning However the new A law repeated John law oysters custom took deep root in England be- Â¬ Oh yea and soon a plate of the cause it became one of the signs of class tempting bivalves reposing in their It was adopted as one of the habits of a shells lay before him He removed the gentleman Pall Mall Budget lemon and sprinkled a copious supply of sugar over them and began his attack Two Games As he walked to the counter paid his Little Johnnie Les play stage robber bill and departed the waiter smiled You como alone and Ill spring out with aloud with a Well thats one way to a pistol and take away everything youve eat oysters Portland Me Express got Little Jimmie But we havent got no Th High Hat Problem pistol nor nuthn like a stage Tell you Here is a solution of the high hat prob-Â¬ what when you come along get you lem in theatres Have all the seats in to sign a paper and then I Ill cui rob you ao arranged that those occu- Â¬ just the same the theatre without a pistol pied by women with high hats can be All right well play Loan Agent lowered by the management or better if you like it hotter Texas Sifting still elevate those occuped by men The machinery for raising and lowering the Sore to Get Rleh seats coidd be operated by the stage engi- Â¬ Jake I tell you what Bob Stevens neer without any difficulty Just a few must be getting rich turns of a crank and the thing would be Bob You dont say What business done Of course some of the high hat is he in women would kick but what of that Jake Hes in the trunk business But By all means let us have the adjustable he has ten sons and theyre all baggags theatre seat the only remedy for the high men on the Crescent railroad Harpers Bazar hat nuisance New York Tribune A KINSHIP OF FLOWERS A MINIATURE MUSEUM Unprecedented Attraction OVER A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the rxn American Delegates Every delegate to the Pan American congress has a trunk packed with the souvenirs of his excursion about the United States At least every delegate could have a collection of that size if he took a much pains to preserve his col- Â¬ lection as did Edmund W P Smith an attache of the congress who was one of the party of tourists The collection when spread out in museum style co stitutes an exhibit of no mean order and testifying to the enterprise of American cities and American merchants when a chance to advertise themselves presents itself Two hundred dinner and lunch menus fully a hundred and fifty gifts from manufacturers and merchants and over two dozii presents from cities in the form of books descriptive of the beauties of the PittspaMea all elaborately illustrated burg leads the cities in the elaborateness Of the size of a double of its souvenir cabinet photograph album and bound in morocco the 400 pages of the book are at least half taken up with of every point of interest in Pittsburg Another book of 500 pages elabor- Â¬ ates the business facilities of that city each of the volumes being elegantly bound In morocco The city of Milwaukee also presented the delegates with an elegant souvenir it being a book devoted to full page photo lithographs of objects of interest of that city The Pennsylvania Railroad com Â¬ panys souvenir is headed by a largo etching with autograph of President Harrison followed by a list of cities vis Â¬ ited by the party an extract of Secre- Â¬ tary Blaines speech of welcome to them and other data of the trip The same company also presented each delegate with n bound tiny volume containing fac similes of every railroad ticket nec essary to carry them over the route of Â¬ Â¬ photo-lithograpÂ¬ Saeh I the Collection of Souvenirs field by MILLION DISTRIBUTED SADDLES 1 MET Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its franchise made a part of Ihe present State Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Mammoth Drawings take place Semi Annuallv CJuneand December and its Grand Single Number Drawings take place in each of the other ten months of the year and are all drawn in public at the Academv of Music New Orleans La FAMED FOE TWENTY YEAES For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Payment of Prizes attested as follows We do hereby certify that we supervise the nrrangemens for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Coinpam and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same are con ducted w itli honesty fairness and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize the Company to use this certificate with facsimiles ol our signatures attached in its advertisements Â¬ AMD GEAR The old and reliable Saddli Harness House of No 26 Second Street next to Garnett House haa a ton stock of G W PICKELS Saddles Harness Bridles Vhin- Blankets- Spurs Horse Hoots Curry Coin Toe Weight Soap Oils ni everything eWe seeded ly who handle hoi- - Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the best met used Gentlemens ladies and boys Saddle kept in Harness ot every desrri Trace Chains Hnmes Back Bellybands Collars Collar Hame Strings Plow Line Bridles Whips and oilier ii used on the arm Only experienced workmen ployed If you want a Saddle yon a hundred to select from n in price from 4 upwards want a set of Harness yon 1 50 sets to select from rang price from 8 up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best thins entirely new in Curry C Tbe handsomest lot ot lap ever brought to Richmond 41 I 0f our counters RM W S CWMISSIOXERS We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at National Bank tional Bank A lmsley President Louisiana President State Na- their journey The menus w ere as numerous as tho days covered by the trip and are filled with original ideas in their design Most of the menus and many of the books of description of the cities were in Spanish Springfield Ills gave each delegate a copy of the Life of Lincoln bound in morocco Delegates got four or five dozen of badges from various sources of satin ornamented with a gold plated log saw crossed hand saws and a circular imple- Â¬ ment of the same variety As erpensivo as any of the presents were the gold watches distributed among the ladies of the party at Philadelphia tho gentler sex during the short time of their stay with the special train having also re-Â¬ ceived an abundant supply of hose made of the heaviest silk A large piece of crude rubber accom Â¬ panied by a pair of tiny rubber shoes a hunting knife of a foot in length samples of tiles an ax and a patent sweep- Â¬ ing machine were presented among the useful articles The Pittsburg city Chamber of Commerce presented large gold plated medals and from Holyoke Mass came a full supply of silk flags of all sizes Sioux Citys gift was of solid gold with an illustration of the corn palace of that place in the form of a badge Kan- Â¬ sas City gave silver badges of the size of a one dollar piece A lock company of Philadelphia is rep resented in the collection by a padlock nickel plated and date of visit there on it in relief From Erie Pa is a brass pajier weight in the form of an angle a solid silver coffee spoon and after din- Â¬ ner knife incased in a satin lined box There are few brides whose wedding day Magi presents more abundant and cost- Â¬ ly than those given the delegates of the Pan American congress Washington Post Â¬ Pierre Lanavx National Bank Bank Haldwis President New Orleans President Union National Carl Kohn GRAND MONTHLY At the Academy of Music DRAWING New Orleans 11 I G WKLLtt Ii K rUlli CO Â¬ TUESDAY FEBRUARY 189 Capital Prize 1 300000 T WELLS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each Halves io Quarters 5 Tenths 2 Twentieths LIST OT TRIZES I Prize ol 300000 is 300000 Prize of 100000 is 100000 1 Only a qtiare from tbe Court Prize of 50000 is 50000 1 Prize of 25000 is 25000 You doiit have to send away oul la 2 Prizes of 10000 are 20000 the depot 5 Prizis of 5000 are 25000 t 25 Prizes of 1000 are 25000 Coai Delivered ic an are 100 Prizes of a 11 1 1 If lit 500 50000 200 Prizes of 60000 300 are Prizes of 200 are 500 100000 ikOiiijtijiiyini 1 APPROXIMATION 100 100 PRIZES Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Now open at Mver 11- Â¬ Prizes of 500 are do 300 are 100 d 200 are TERMINAL PRIZES 50xio 30000 20000 Co eu 1 Â¬ 999 999 do do 100 100 are are 3134 Prizes amounting to Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not entitled to terminal Prizes next to Second Prsliy ieriiti ri 99900 Quickest delivery in town 999 prices Try 17- c FELLSi 105400 old lurabi t AGENTS WANTED Tor Club Rates or any further information desired write legibly to the undersigned cl rarly stating your residence with State County Street and Number More rapid return mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address P 31 POPES Pi fj Nkxt Dwk to st Orri THE REST PLACE TO BUY YOUR iMronr-A-NAddress M A Hardware and Stoyes LARD CANS BUTCHER KNIVES MEAT CUTTERS And all kinds of TINWARE T Consecrated Feeling Â¬ Â¬ A young monk came one day to his fatlier superior and asked Father what is it to bo dead to self The father replied I cannot explain it now but I have a duty to perform Brother Martin died last week and is buried in the churchyard of our order Go to his grave and standing close beside it repeat in a loud clear voice all the good things you over heard about him After this say all the flattering things you can invent and attribute to him every saintly grace and virtue without regard to truth and rejiort the result to me The young monk went away to do his bidding wondering what all this could mean Soon he returned and the father asked him what had transpired Why 1 nothing replied the young man dil as you told me and that was all Did Brother Martin make no reply asked the superior Of course he did not for he was dead said the monk Tho elder shook his head thoughtfully Go again saying That is very strange tivmorrow at the same hour and repeat at the grave side all the evil you ever heard concerning Brother Martin Add to that the worst slander and calumny your mind can imagine and report the result to me Again the young man obeyed and brought back the same report He had heaped unlimited abuse on the head of Brother Martin and yet had received no reply From Brother Martin you may learn said the father what it is to be dead to self Neither flattery nor abuse has moved him for be is dead So the disciple who is dead to self will be insen sible to these things Neither voice nor hand will ever be lifted in self defense or retaliation but all personal feeling will be lost in tho service of Christ Rev G U Hubbard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Orleans La or M A Daiphin Washington D C By ordinary letter containing Money Order issued bv all Express Companies New York Exchange Draft or Postal Note DAUPHIN Address Registered Letters containing FINE COAL V Currencv to New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New Orleans La FINK CUTLERY REMEMBER that the payment of COAL OIL STOVES Prizes is Guaranteed by Four National lianks of New Orleans and the Tickets Call nnd wc the celebrated are signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recog- ECONOMIST KANUE the nized in the highest Courts therefore be- sana ware of all imitations or anonymous schemes A 6 WILLIAMSON ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest prt or fraction of a Ticket Issued CITY ENGINEER by us in any Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a Civil Engineer and Surveyor swindle lst 11 Â¬ J aWBEsfjfV BI STTfl faflfor lai FREE ar tarin the w I W of thf nriuftlf d toJM riaw m a inrantv Oalj tfceir who wm aaabov a to as at aoca rao aiki mm Mr nod m r arg hSni to KiTa rh aw aawd tm Ta W- of tan dTrtaMoaol taw mall awd of to trta- it rwfctewd th- - prrv pos da we Will at to inrHir AJi ifcaw ar nmt rnlf Kl I Turn Surveys made for Railway plkts OMMlwaya Estimate i ven Ac Farm drainage Town Lots laid oil to rhaa Htari -- to ya hatftm GENERAL LAND SURVKVS Line retraced Special attention given of to topographical mps and plat Correspond Â¬ farms and other land ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lands in mountain coun Â¬ ties of Kentucky twTOfflce City Hall Richmond Ky 9- - aaafM Tbe aajt pt pra ta- - ftitN pat f it twIh It w a raa4 tfova- tt wlata roetrry W will Imbw oa aawadUnraa jm o am mtmmt a irh Aw ik - -41 aa m a- - m wrtt-a - aw r W aargra cart ti pef Hitr a at m a MM My all vlpf aa ttaiaa II HAULl liaTLi l boat axn iy- OTAOQlTAnrTED MUCH VALUABLE WITH THB GBOOBaPHT OF THE COPlfTRT WILL OBTAUC HTFOBMATIOIT FHOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Â¬ Moodys Coolneoa Evangelist D L Moody went down into the slums of Chicago to preach to an audience of people never seen inside of the churches After tho services he was the center of a scene Half a dozen young men half drunk and noisy waited at the foot of tho stairs They insulted the young women who came out and they tripped up the young men They were evidently preparing to have some rough sport with Mr Moody for when he apjieared at the door they crowded around him and jostled him off the lower step He saw the danger and averted it neatly He was carrying his overcoat on his arm Picking out the biggest and toughest of the crowd ho said Wont you please help mo on with this coat Im getting a little old and stout The bad young man was unnerved He red Â¬ dened and stepped back Mr Moody held out his arms appealing- - and the young man weakened Muttering something that sounded like an oath he hoisted the coat on to the broad shoulders I knew youd do it Thank you laughed Mr Moody and he walked briskly down the street leaving a disorganized gang of hoodlums in the shadow of tho build- Â¬ ing Exchange Â¬ THE CHICAGO RQCI ISLAND PACSFSG BLIYAY Wac-r-town Including main lines brarcbea and extension East and Woet of the Missouri River To ail points Bast North ana Northwest from ICanaaa City tc Rock Island Davenport Dea Moines Chicago and via aLREHT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinrton tiioux PD 5 Minneapolis St Paul and wtervenlng towns and citieo it is tne short direct route In connection with hnej from St Lows Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging at Kansas City it also constitutes lands in the It traverses vast areas of the richest fanning- pd world forming most popular inl c cononiictd 87stom of transportation tothe speediest citl is towns and secular- in Knnsss Col Â¬ from ail and orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars Nitsrwa Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Puilamn Palace Sleeping- Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson - We lterome Dignified Too Soon THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER 99 Nuthurst pacer- p 26 3 Daughter of Red Wilkes Daughter of Akamtara TROTTERS SIRED BY One of Edisons pet jokes is to work off on critical 6mokers cigars which as he truthfully assures them cost him thirty five ceuts a piece but in which thcro ia enough idding ard hair concealed to givj th smoker hu moneyp north in ouit shape Convincing Proof In ninny iiistunri s it lias Imiii proven that II It B Koranic Bfeod Knlml made y ihe Hloml ISmIiu Co All 11 1 in will cure I1hm1 o1hod In lt wore phase even when all other Irwitment f i Is A P ISruiuum Atlanta un writ hml 2i ranuJaa ulcecs on omm Uiz and 6 on he hei Hint felt Kri y prostrated 1 believe 1 actuxlly swallowed a barrel of mell cioe In vain efforts to oare tne Willi llltls hope I fiuiilly acted 011 the iirjjent advice of a friend anil koI a ottle ot 11 K B I experienced a chaiiKe and in sney whs somewhat dispelled It until I had taken si iteen bottks ami all he ulcers rheumatism and all other and at of hliKXl poison have disappeared last 1 am sound and well axaiu after an ex perience of twenty yoain of tortme My dis Â¬ Moot Ward Maxey 3a writes ease was pronounced a tertiary form of hlood By face head and shoulders was a mass of coiruptlon and Mindly the disease began eating my skull bones My bones ached my kidneys were deranged I lost liesh and strength and life became burden when All said I must die but nevertheless I had used ten bottles of 11 li K I was pro-Â¬ nounced well Hundreds oi sears can now be seen on me 1 have now been well over twelve mouths ii H Â¬ l i Â¬ 1 P T 230 President Wilkes Fancy Bess GRANDSONS OF GEO WILKES First Class ttortansliip AND LOWEST CONSISTENT PEICES We have the largest trade In Central Kentucky and guarantee Bath faction for Lriceti anI information before ordering any atyle of work WM ADAM8 BON Importera Ashland Wilkes son of Red Wilkes pacer Olme do Wilkes son of Onward Acolyte son of Onward Far lieiter than the harsh treat me 291 27 11 Vatican Eloomfield Billy Wilkes ton of Harry Wilkes Tom Rogers of medicines which horribly gripe the patient and destroy the coating of the stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills and Fever Cure by mild yet effVctive actios will cure Hold at 50 cents a bottle Warranted 27 39 nHn El JJWrite Â¬ BZTI m9 Adella Wilkes pacer Sally Vajan Jr son son of Tom Rogers 26 2S 4M5 Lexington Ky Danville Wilkes of Lyle Wilkes If you want to buy a sulky surrey buggy or carriage call on Donelson for he has the latest best and cheapest 5- - How soon peoples dancing days are over Middle age doesnt dance I was at a Long Branch hotel last summer and saw the evening hop It was enjoyed mostly by children The elders looked on but did no dancing Some of the elders were quite young I saw among them those who eight or nine years be- Â¬ fore used to bo very active on the foot in that same parlor But they dance no more It is too puerile They look on a little while and walk about wearily They seemed to have entered on that phase of life when everything bores more or less I saw ladies walking with their husbands up and down the corri- Â¬ dor Some waddled Some wero too fat to dance Some had lost entirely the elastic muscle ot childhood though not forty These of course were too dignified to dance At least they seemed to consider this apparent inability to dance as dignity Perhaps it is I saw even young men of twenty five who danced mightily ot eighteen among tbe ranks of those who had grown above dancing I think we enter on the hea vy dignified sit down phase of life much too soon Prentice Mulford Leading all competitors in splendor of eauipment cool in summerwanped by steam from the locomotive in winter well vontilas vi and free from dus leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on urrival of trains from tho East and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullgiaii Palace Stoppers ana FREE Reclining- Chair Cara RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at lniportant In Â¬ tervening fctatioue in Kansas and Colorado Superb D ning Hotels at con Â¬ venient stations west of Knaas City and St Joeeph furnish delicious means at seasonable hours and at mederato prices - MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain safety convenience comfort and luxurious that can add toclose connections at terminal cities in Colorado enjoyment In Unipa They aleo make Dopots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union PaaMo Denv or Texas and Port Worth and all other diverging linaa For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copisa of the Waatem Trail desued monthly or further desired information addroaa E ST JOHN Oeiiersl Hunger CHICAGO ILL JOHN SEBASTIAN Oenl Tiekst a Faaa Afaat BRYANT STRATTGN Business College sli TWegnspAv A BfkKeejinf Short Bmmm WriK or IVMsbf M SMI OVll I T IV iWluisLlU I Q LLLi VV a