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HBxBBBsi H - - 8 THE HISTRIBITED VOLUME COl KT 1MRRCTURY III tTnprcf edented Attraction VKU A MILLION RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY I i mt I A S rNisl K33 12 r tSjt1 j- - I 1890 P of ho WS1 NUMBER 35 IIRCLIT COIKT Third Monday in March and Seplem HE HORROR EstiÂ¬ brr Broi R Morton jc Attorney monwcslth 1 Chas J R Burnarn COMMOX IM IAS COlRT Mondat in Januarv and June third Monday in October pr T I Scott II Miller fc W S E Scott ClerW W H Miller J Details of the Disaster in Mon mouthshire England Louisiana FOR We will for the next Sixty Days offer at greatly reduced ratesour entire stock of r I a trr ting Commissioner State Lottery i Company Uj ARTERLY KURT M minj in January April July and October inlNTV COIHT Fir t Monday in everv month DOUBT K CLAIMS sj Monday in uv -- OHXIV OFKK Us Mipc John C Chenault I horpe k A tt rnev I A Sullivan fwn I rii Miller Surveyor B F Crooke m McPherson - r nnteiulent Public School t sweater IJ 1 Uilor J W Talcs W Maupin I Mrs A T Million CITY COIXCIL Mayor J S Collin First WrJ J J Brook md Ward Sam Rice Ilurk Ward W B Smith Aarl J W Caperton k I E Gteenleaf Incorporated hv the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its iranchic made a part of Ihe present State ronstitution in 1S70 by an overwhelming opular vote Its Mammoth Drawing take place Semi Annually June and December and ts Grand Single Number Drawing take lace in each ol the other ten months of he y ear and are all drawn in public at he Ac idem y ot Matir New Orleans La FAMED FOB TWE1TTY YEAES Hor Integrity of its Drawings and Pronpt avment of Prizes attested as follows We do herein- certify that we Ujer ise the arrangemens for all the Monthly nd Semi Annual Drawings of The Lou siana State Lottery Companv and in per--omanage and control the Drawing hemelve and that the same are con lucted with honestv fairness and in good arth toward all parties and we authorize he Company to use this certificate with acsimile of our signatures attached in ts advertisements Number of Dead Now mated at 190 Bat sefjsxel Few of the Survivors Escape TTItliont in llurned orltriiitetl Half of the Dead Killed by Fire and Concussion and the Other by suffocation Tha li Time of mretinjj in every month First Tuesday nigh Commissioners We the undersigned Banks and Bankers our counters R M will pay all Pr17es drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at ft II C AttjrncW Marshal J 1 city toiar Rice S Mobcrley Keeney Tune of holding court First Saturday in everv month for civil business Citv Treasurer J Stone Walker City Collector J L Baxter Sational Bank tional Bank A Walmsli y President Louisiana Na- Pikrke Lanaux President State AIIOUNKYc E T BURNAM TTORXE VS A T LA W Kentucky Richmond F 4 National Bank dank Baldwin President New Orleans President Union National Carl Koiin A GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING At the Academy of Music New Orleans TUESDAY MARCH 111890 Street ifflo- No IP lioronms Bonding First 8- - J AM A LUVAM TTORXEYA TLA W Kentucky Richmond Capital Prize 300000 office on First si ivet same as formerly oc 16- cupied tiy County Jmict Miller 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each Quarters 5 Halve Tenths i 10 Twentieths ft 300000 100000 A TTORXEYA T LA W oooo Kentucky Richmond 25000 20000 25000 Offlee on Second 25000 50000 tion DKXTAI rURGEKY The bodies taken out are so horribly 60000 100000 mutilated that except in two or three A WILKES SMITH cases identification is impossible recogapproximation prizes nition being rendered doubly doubtful DEXTALSlRGEl 100 Prizes of 500 are 50000 by the fact that the men owing to the Kentucky Richmond loo ro 300 are 30000 close and heated atmosphere of the mine 100 do Office Hirtlth KiiiMine Main Street 200 are Office 20000 wore no clothing whatever except heavy ISM lo JUKI P M Irmirterminal prizes boots to protect their feet from the flinty Wli arlicr limited In denliMry lOoarc cjjo do bottom 99 9 i u aN D D 100 arc 999 do 99 9 Owners to Be Prosecuted It is ascertained that the mine has RCUMOXD KEXTUChY 1054800 been in a dangerous condition for some 3154 Prize amounting lo NTE Tickets drawing Capital Prizes time past Not long ago an explos on Office Main Street over MadiKon National are not entitled to terminal Prizes occurred in an adjoining pit by wh ch Bank i-five men were killed The damaged pit was flooded and the water gradually W CREED D D G ACENTS WANTED forced the gas into the pit which v as For Club Ratc or any further the scene of Thursdays disaster AUhS I ILLE KE V TLCKY Ujon to the intnrmafion desired write legihlv undersigned cleat Iv stating your residence this information it is already suggested t Kinnell residence Offlee Everything with State County Street and Number that the owners of the mine be prone-cuU-- d for criminal negligence done itertMiiuiig lo ISe rote Mn More rapid return mail delivery will In One Hundred and Thirty Dead assured by your enclosing an Envelope b mng your full addre One hundred and thirty bodies have PHYPUTAX8 thus far been recovered from the mine 1 1 - POWELL LIST OF PRIZES Prize of Ooooo is Prize of 100000 is I Prize of 50000 is I Prize ol 2coo is Prizes of 10 000 are 5 Priz s of 5000 are 2j Prizes of 1000 are 100 Prize of 500 are 200 Prizes of 300 are 200 are 500 Prize of Cause of the Explosion London Feb 8 An explosion oc curred Thursday in a colliery at Abery schnn in Monmouthshire ten nils northwest of Newport Three hundred miners were imprisoned and for sevral hours no communication could be had with them An opening was fintlly effected and nearly 150 of them v ere rescued A number of those taken out are severely injured The owners of the colliery estimate that half of the miners in the pit lost their lives by the explo- Â¬ sion The Cause The cause of the explosion waa the flooding of the pits adjacent to that in which the explosion occurred By the flooding of these pits gas was dislodged and forced into the pit where work was in progress and there it was ignited and exploded There must have been a great quantity of gas as the explosion had tremendous force It was heard at a distance of a mile All the gearing in the shaft was thrown into the air as if from the mouth of a volcano and simultaneously a vast bright volume of flme shot forward followed by dense heavy column of smoke The Rescuers Cm The first party of resetters organised endeavored to penetrate the pit through the old workings They got far enough to be able to see groups of the dead but they could not reach them and were compelled to retreat by the suffocating volumes of smoke that rose in that diUpon the first appearance c f a rection diminution in the volume of smoie res cuers went down the main shaft nnd reached the scene of the catrastophe They rescued a large number of miners alive but all very badly burned They also brought out sixty dead bodes nearly all so mutilated that the recog-ni- tion of their identity is impossible The latest estimates of the dead is 150 Considered Model Tit The pit was considered a model one as to the ventilation and naked lights were used The colliery surgeons are satis fied that of those killed in the pit half were the victims of fire and the con- cussion and half were killed by suffoja Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS -- 1 IX ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOE- - Spring Goods TllE STOiK COXSISTS OF A VERY ELEtAXT LINE YOUNGS HIGH BRIDGE ACROSS KENTUCKY RIVER ON LINE LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN SPAN 651 FEET LONGEST OF ITS KINO IN THE WORLD R N NEAR LAWRENCEBURQ I3oth TJlack and Fancy DOUBLE w TERRIBLE MURDER ALSO A VERY COMPLETE IJXE OF Peacefully at Rest The Bodies of Mrs and Miss1 Tracy Deposited in a Vault An Old Man 00 Year Old Shoot HI Son and Ilanghter-ta-LaMrxNiAPOLiF Minn Feb 10 A spe- Â¬ u W MM t JIB ipBp rm JffllsL 7 M BaBt flsssHaSMBW Wm IP IK Â¬ 3- JCIK J li RIVAL jjsisJ v w jVCi7 j I INTO AN OPEN SWITCH w X 7- I J M IoYNTZ Now It is 133 New Orleans La rSICIA X A XD S I RGEON I M A Dauphin C Kentucky or By ordinary letter Washington Money Richmond containing Order issued by all Express Companies Office Second street next to Whites brni New York Exchange Draft or Postal Note a- Address M A DAUPHIN Q W EVANS M D Kentucky physician axd sirgeox Second SIreet Richmond Office DB Office TJ TAYLOR and Practitioner ia Mediciae Richmond Sarfery Kentucky A- Second Street over Dykes tirocrj- - JOHN M FOSTER PR SIC I A N A XD S I RGEOX Kentucky Richmond r Address Registered Letters containing urrencv to New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New Orleans La REMEMBER that the payment of Prize t Guaranteed by Four National Banks of New Orleans and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts therefore beware of all imitations or anonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of 1 Ticket Issued by u in any Drawing Anything in our name offered tor less than a Dollar is a swindle Main Street next door to t nxonVi opstnlrs residence at cor Main and iMles Creek Avenue Offio5- SADDLES AltfD GEAR The old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of IMIL ROBERTS PHrSlCfAX AXDSLRGEOX R Richmond Office - Kentucky At VVInesA TorforV Irne Store one door helow Ramseys corner offers aervlees to tbe public Wt T SEXSMim lic M D PHVSICIAXAXD SURGBOX No 2t Secomi Kentucky Girnett lloue White Hall offers his professional err ices to the pub- stock of Â¬ 8- G W 9 Street next to has a complete - Saddles Harness Bridles Blankets Whips Spurs Horse 1R Boots Curry Combs Scrapers PHrSICIANAXD SURGEON Toe Weiphts Soaps Oils and Kentucky everything else needed by persons Richmond who handle horses S M LETCUER Office Smith Kulldlng Main Street M-- and none but the best material used Gentlemen ladies and boy6 Saddles kc pt in stock Office Jn Smith BulKiliit oil Main Street Harness of every description Hjmela attention alven to m fr tsropieai and of tia jos aud fluids Trace Chains Haines Backhands ifiailral rxamtnailous of Utr homan txaly Bellybands Collars Collar Tads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind JJR C S HOLTON Bridles Whips and other things i nqmialaa aatf SnrfMa on the farm Kkktixky ued Richmond Only experienced workmen emHonra Si V ployed Office over D M Briulit Kpectal ailenliott P m Usui a M2llo If you want a Saddle you have riven m tlnnaait of women tl all difn cult chlorite caaea PattanU treated al a rlla a hundred to select from ranging lanee and Hofiieoptllnc medicinea aeitt lo 4 any addrea If you in price from 4 upwards want a set of Harness you have a US JENNINGS Sc GIBSON 150 sets to select from ranging in r Physicist SiTfesM price from 8 up of Plow Gear from All prices Kentucky Richmond Some the cheapest lo the best omee Main at red ovar Aallaee A Ktcea thingentirely new in urry Combs U W klioe alure The handsomest lot of lap Cloths E AlLTZ ever brought to Richmond 41- rSICA X A XD S URGEON Kentucky Richmond Ogee tKjj W Atit Biiililinjj Main Htreel up Ulr W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON Kentucky Richmond JJ Saddles Manufactured to Order Later The number of dead bodies The Kamee Plant Can Be Made Into now recovered is 155 Cloth Very Cheaply Washington 10 GROWS WORSE Feb Botanist Porte of the department of agriculture One Hundred and Seventy of the D ail is of the opinion that a process has been Dodie Recovered discovered by which the ramee plant can London Feb 8 The latest report re- Â¬ be made into cloth at such mo lerate cost ceived places the number of bodies reÂ¬ that it will soon become dangerous rival covered at 17t It is believed the total to cotton About a month ago said Mr Porte in conversation on this sub- Â¬ loss of life will number 190 The successful restoration of the ven- Â¬ ject information reached the depart-Â¬Â¬ ment that Mr Thomas Mabbett a Provitilation of the pit has resulted in simpli- Â¬ dence manufacturer had succeeded in fying the work of the relieving partits doing with Ramee what hundreds I Many effecting scenes are constan ly might say thousands of others had tried Among them the discovery and failed to do that is he had at small witnessed cost woven ramee fibre into cloth The of the grouped bodies of a father and his ramee fibre which he had thus succeeded five sons Suffocation had caused th ir in weaving had been prepared by a prodeath and as they lay undisflgured by cess discovered by Mr Charles iopham the flames they appeared to be peace- Â¬ a chemist of Salem aMass formula had Mr Topham by secret fully sleeping turned the fibre into a substance resem- Â¬ As a result of the handling of the bling floss This flo3 he sent to Mr burned bodies several of the workers Mabbett at Providence for wearing Mr have been made ill and have been com- Â¬ Topham it seems had been experiment- Â¬ pelled to return to the mouth of the ing with ramee for years like a great many other men and only pucceeded mine after innumerable failures OFFER CARNEGIES I was ordered by the department to go to New England and investigate tho If the discove riee of Messrs Topham and MabHe trill Give rittibnrg a Library City Will Take Care of It bett I did so and what I saw has con- Â¬ Pittsbcrq Feb 8 Andrew Carnegie vinced me that the problem of the utilithe steel king has offered to spend not zation of ramee has at last been satis- Â¬ less than 1000000 for a central free factorily solved library and branches for the city of An Indiana Desperado Mot Iittslurg provided the city will mainMpncte Ind Feb 10 Eli Ladd a tain them The offer will be laid before council and it is lielieved that it will he notorious character of Moreland village Delaware county was run down and promptly and enthusiastically accepted Ladd The free library for Allegheny City en killed by citizens of Blountsville which Mr Carnegie has expended ovr entered the drug store of William Re1300000 will be opened by President sell who put him out after which he The expected started for his home at Moreland saying Harrison next week presence of the chief executive has cre- Â¬ he would kill some of the white hearted devils in that town When he returned ated considerable excitement with a shotgun on his shoulder and two Wella Farc Stage Bobbed revolver he found six citizens lying in Florence Aria Feb 8 The down wait for him The men took after Ladd stage to Casa Grande Thursday morning who fired five shots at them as he ran was held up by a masked Mexican down Main street One took effect in about twelve mile from Florence Ttie John Davis foot Two of the six purWells Fargo Express companys box wiis suers chased Ladd nearly one mile from taken It is not known now much wits town where he fell dead in the road with seven bullets in his body Ladd secured The mails were not disturbed had been a terror to the community for The robber was of slim build A post many years has been organized or pursuit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TO COTTON The PariHc Kxpre on the Northern Cen Â¬ tral Komi Wrecked Near Harrlburcla Harbisdcbo Pa Feb 10 An open switch caused a serious wreck on the Northern Central railway at Marshs Run near this city Sunday morning Two sections of a freight running ahead of the Pacific express had orders to lay u on the siding until the express had first section had run ltssdthe After the brakeman supposing biding a upon the second section would follow left the witch open This section however ran in upon another switch Before the mistake could be rectified the Pacific express rounded the curve and dashed into the locomotive of ths second section Both engines were de- molished and the track was blocked all day Arthur Emerton of Baltimore fireman of the exoress was killed Isaac Stermer engineer of the passenger train ana tnsmeer laglu ot trie Ireignt were seriously injured and Express Messen gers McJahan and Pownall badly hurt Several others were cut and bruised The negligent brakeman disappeared after the accident j Vrrek on the Norfolk and Western Roanoke Va Feb 10 The passenger train leaving this place going to Bristol Tenn on the Norfolk and Western railroad was wrecked about 11 oclock Sunday morning at Huddiestong mill thirty two miles east of Bristol The accident was caused by the rails spreadÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing Five coaches were derailed George Kera express messenger was killed in- Â¬ stantly B W Bock mail agent was fatally injured Bagagemaster Adams was hurt internally ana is supposed to be fatally injured Lewis WilUams and Hartman two passenger were slightly hurt Carelesme Cane Fatal Wreck Rock Littlb mwwriinn Ark Feb 10 Early SohinUn niuiiiitik ot riarmnH ihtinn CPailtVli Miiutuii Lrviiiivtlt on the Houston Central and Northern railroad an engine attached to a train of freight cars ran into a car loaded with rails causing a most frightful wreck Peter Joyce John Quinn and Matt Teve tlo employed in building the road were instrtntly killed and several others seriously injured J D Costner ths conductor was arivsted charged with criminal carelessness SB Â¬ Â¬ I I Montana Senator Arretted Helena Mont Feb 8 Senator Becl ler of Dawson county wa arrested tt Glendlve Thursday He is the only sen suc- Â¬ ator whom the sergeant-at-arm- s ceeded in capturing under the resolution to compel absent members to appear in their puces Beckler will apply for a writ of habeas corpus Stove Works Bimii Norrtstown Pa Feb 8 Th Abraham Cox ft Company stovs works at Lansdalc were burned Tneeday Losh 75000 well insured Throe hundred persons are thrown out of work Death of a Retired Hear Admiral Washington Feb Rear Admirtd Stephen P Quackenbush U S N m tirai died at his residence on Coumbia road Tuesday night aged 07 Â¬ Highway Kobbers Sentenced 10 Feb Mcxcie Ind Saturday Judge Lctz sentenced Sam Canada to four years and Mike Lawler to one year in the northern penitentiary disfran- Â¬ chising each for five years The cliarge was highway robbery prefened by Den Â¬ nis Condon a farmer whom it was al- Â¬ leged the bovs took from his hotel to a lumber yard while drunk and after kicking him senseless robbed his person of 40 and a watch Death of an Ez wherlu Nbw Oeleans Feb 10 CoL Isaac W Patton a prominent citizen who has held many offices of honor and trust including those of sheriff of this parish city rreasuier and mayor of the city ana who was at one time chairman of the Democratic state central committee died yesterday afternoon of apoplexy AN ENTIRE FAMILY GONE Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1S89 Wife and Their Four Children Drowned KI503TON N Y Feb 10 The four children of Jacob R Slater were skating on the lake at Bennewater about six miles from here yesterday afternoon when the ice which was but a few inches in thickness gave wal and the littl ones were precipitated into the water Their shouts were heard by the members of the family who lived near by and the father ami mother rushed to By the time they had the rescue reached the lake the four children had disappeared beneath the ice Ihe mother frantic with the thought of her drowning children rushed upon the ice which gave way with her weight and she sank below the surface Mr Slater then attempted to reach his The en- Â¬ wife and he too was drowned tire family is wiped out of existence Hundreds of people are gathered about the lake searching for the bodies A Man and HI Haven Boy Drowned Nkw Orleans Feb 10 Seven boys were drowned in the river at Carrolton vesterday by the sinking of two yawls in which they were taking a ride The strong current carried the boats against some liarges at the Octavia street wharf and upset them There were eight boys in th boats Wilton Roby aged 7 es- Â¬ caped Tha drowned are Frank Land- Â¬ ry 17 G orse Sampson 16 Alov Fulda 16 Willie Winters 16 13 Louis Fulda 18 and Eddie Keept Martin Penriere 13 years Bnrnam A 185 Mules For Sale K- - H IR S-- J M BLACK PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON Red Houhb Ky We have one hundred mule oollsantl eigbiy five yearlinga for sale 8rietly KmmI and wld in iiuiitem to mit pur citawrs Six mile eatl of Richmond on the fipeedwell pike 17- H H A D A OOLYER b Baking m Powder ABSOUTELY PURE cial to The Tribune from Winnipeg says A terrible double murder occurred near Miami station 150 miles from here yesterday Particulars are meager owing to the interruption of train ser- IMPRES3IVE FUNERAL RITES vice John Morton and his wife were both shot last night by Mortons father The murderer was 95 years old and only Brantlfnl and Touching Service At Â¬ recently went to live with his son and The son was over tended by a DlatluguUhed Throng of daughter indaw Sincere Mourner The Remains Under 52 years old The son was absent from home and the old man and daughter-in- a Wllderuee of Flower Secretary law hal some dispute which ended in 111 to Uo to tha Cemetery Tracy Too the woman being struck with a stick of Washisotov Feb 6 The funeral wood When the hustand came home ihe trviow over the remains of the wife occurred He and daughter of the secretary of the wife told him what had did asked his and the nnw anivintl ffw 11 irrm Kilt old man father why he youit see that Do replied kmg before that hour the east room of rifle pointing to oae hanging up the White House wax crowded with peo- - Take it and thoot me or I will shoot p desirous of paying their last tribute you The oi paid no attention and t tltoir departed friendj It waa a most wnt into another room The old man distinguishivl gathering and included took down the rifle went out and aim- nearly everybody of prominence in ing through the window shot his son of Wa hington Arrange innnts had been through the heart Two witnessesdurmale for seating aMpenossaj but oven the murder ran for assistance and ing their absence the old man reloaded 50J mnageJ to Ra n an erurance Ha rifle and bhot his daughter indaw as AH the doorways feavdiag to the east she was stooping over her dead hus- Â¬ room were also tJtraaxed with people band She lived but one hour The old and it is estimated that there were near- man said he did the shooting intentionly a thousand persons in the house A I ally The murdered couple were far as possible admisoioi wan confined resnected and great indignation highlyÂ¬ preto th1 personal and official fri nds of vails Secretary Tracy and conseviuentJy very Lower Mlsllppl Overflowed few strangers wure present A great Msmphis crowd gathered outside however and Tenn Feb 10 Much witch d the carriages as they drove alarm is felt by the planters and resi into the grounds It was found necessa- Â¬ aents of the lowlands adjacent to Mem- ry to station policemen at the gates to at the rising Thev fear that Shiswater coming river the Ohio Ten- Â¬ keep out the cmswR from Tls caskets containing the dead were nessee Cumberland and their tributa- Â¬ placed side by side under the central ries will cause a disastrous overflow and chandelier and directlv oprKifie the are moving their stock to places of main corridor They were distiusruishPecan Grove levee in east Carsafety able only by the greater size of the one roll parish La gave way yesterday containing the body of Mrs Tracy A morning and much property was de- Â¬ large sago palm with graceful ppread stroyed Men and material have been ing branches was placed between them dispatched to the scene of the break at the foot The number drapincs of the Great excitement prevails here and at casket were almost entirely concs aled Vicksburg The river is falling here by beautiful designs of emblematic flow- - but is rising rapidly at points above and era wliiti rose camelias hvaemths below lilies of th e valley etc Sarlands and Explosion la the St Panl Cm Worka wreaths were aLso banked atrainst the sitles of each casket St Paul Minn Feb 10 There was 1 iiee lioral tributes were sent by Sec Â¬ an explosion in the condenser room of half retary and Mrs Blaine the Oerman the St Paul gas works at aboutThere past minister Senator Stanford Senator 6 oclock Saturday evening one for are the Hale Vice President and Mrs Morton two branches of the plant Secretary and Mrs Windom Mr James manufacture of coal gas and the other C Bergen Mr John R McCue Admiral for water gas Ths accident occured in Porter Mrs John Lee Carroll Mra H the coal gas department Joseph McÂ¬ White the British minister Repre Â¬ Mahon was instantly killed Sam Des Martin being sentative Hitt Judge Bancroft Davis mond died after Mike removed McMahon were and Paymaster General Fulton U S KJ Curran aiiout the head and will prob- Â¬ Representative Lodjje and Mr Henry W wounded Ravmond One iaiti ulalv beautiful ably die Chris Kennedy an old man was placet on Hiss Tracy casket a out 00 year of age is badly wounded wreath by her young fnends rroctor and may not recover from the shock Miller Wanamaker and Kusk and the James Simmons was badly hurt Tha damage is estimated at 10000 with no Mioses Windom No cause can be assigned The seats were arranged on tnree sides insurance of a square the open space being ustxl for the accident for the entrance of the mourners and the Iluue Harrow located presidential party who were assigned Feb 10 Rube Birmingham Ala seats fronting the caskets Tin Vice the noted Alabama outlaw President ana Mrs Morton who were Burrow express robber has been among the earliest arrivals were seated murderer and Fla near Near bv were seated the positively locate working Miltona farm oppoxito as British minister and family tht German where he has been fled to the woods Burrows minister the Chinese and Corean lega- Â¬ hand tions the Brazilian minister and many where he is now bein pursued other members of the diplomatic corps Stadents Horned Oat Army and navy officers were present in Oitoso Me Feb 10 Wingato hall great number and nearly all were in full one of the buildings of the state college unjform Several stu- Â¬ was turned yesterday Shortly before 1 1 oclock the Schubert dents who lodged in the upper story quartet stationed just within the en- lost all their effects The students were trance to the east room from the corri- at church in the village when the firs I Cannot Alwavs occurred dor sang the hymn 20000 The las is about The members of the and insurance 1 10000 Trace the Way cabinet with the exception of Secretary Blaine acting as pallbearers soon aftc P R ICES CURREN T entered and took seats at the ririt o the caskets They were soon followes Review of the Money Stock and Cattle by the funeral procession Secretary Quotations for Feb 8 Tracy and his son Frank walking ant Money clossd offered at per cent ths and arm at the head They were follow only rate of the morning No transactions ed bv Gen I S Catlin Mr A B Catlin are reported Currency sixes 116 bid four coupon bid Mr Robert Graves and daughter and coupon 13 other relatives A short space behind 104 i bid The tock market wax only moderately ac- Â¬ them came President and Mrs Harrison tive to day 130fi00 share changing hand in and Mr and Mrs McKee Secrctarv and the two hour of business until noon In MrB Blaine Rev Dr Scott the pres- the firxt Lour the general lint displayed ron idents father-in-laMr H B Raymond iderable firmuess and under tbe lead of and Lieut Mason and Mr E 1L Hal ford Lackawanna Reading Richmond and Term- Â¬ As soon as they were seated the choir inal and Rhode Island value advanced of St Johns Episcopal church con to 1 per cent by 11 oclock Tbe Sugar sisting of sixteen white surpliced boys Tnwu were except ions declining LY par 11 the oclock however AllO lOUr men under the uirection nt cent After disappeared on tome sell Â¬ Mr H Daniel the precentor en strength entirely unfavorable bank state ing caused by the tered the main corridor from the far ment the reserves showing a decrease of 4 end and as they passed along its length 405M Price reacted sharply and at tbe with slow and measured step sang as a close were only slightly and irregularly changed from yestarday figure E recessional the h tin Lead Kindlv ight Rev George William Douglas 821 Mich Cent Atchison 108 N Y Central rector of St Johns irotestaut Episco- CB AQ C afcL IK Northwestern pal church and Rev George Elliott CC L ftHudsoolSOV Ohio Mis pastor of the Foundry Methodist EpisD L W 13V Pacific Mail copal church entered at the rear of the Erie 87V Kock Island choir and left their places near the cas- Lake Shore f t Paul lu kets N sax L 8X Western Union Dr Douglass immediately began the Cincinnati Episcodal burial service I am the WmtAT 73T9c Resurrection and the Life At its conCome 23jc clusion the choir sung the hvma Jesus Wooir Unwaabnl fine merino 18Q19e Lover of mv Soul The Scripture les 3 blood cornbinjr il3J4c medium details son was read by Rov Mr Elliott It beÂ¬ and clothing braid 18J20e me Â¬ gan at the 20th verse of ths xvth chapter dium combine 34Ji35c fieeca waahed floe But now is Christ merino X and XX ak329c medium cloth of First Corinthians risen from the dead and become the first Ixot 39S31c delaine 9u31e at elli Hat 1150llOO fruits of them that slept For sines by par ton Choice timothy arjuu3Hao prairie bring man came death by man came also tha aoooHW The choir resurrection of the dead CATTTJt Qood to choice hatchers 1 Rock of Ages Cleft for 400 fair 22SSi3 common then sang 185ja v stocaer ana raedera A prayer read by Dr Douglass Me Hoos Selected butchers and heavy ship concluded the services 405410 The president with Secretary Tracy ping05 common andfair to good pasking 3 95 rough on bis arm first passed out of the room tUOifair to good light packing 10 3tS0j pigs 40094 and next to them eame Mr Frank Tracy 3759400 who was so overcome tliat he had to be Bhfip 3009575 400cjri VI FolLaJCBS supported by two of the ushers lowing the procession came ths choir Msxwksa Abide singing as recessional hymn Prime 450g4rB good 4000 Catt With Me Fast Falls the Evening Tide M bulla stags and fat 450 The Darkness Deepens Lord With Me cows fair 3 103 Ske Abide HO300 Yorker aad Hoos Heavy The bodies were removed to the hearses mediums 4159425 common and light and the funeral procession was formed weights 4009415 rough 2759350 the cortege moving si twly to Rock Creek pigs409410 Bums Extra 8fl02V80 good 5 809 cemetery just beyond the soldiers home where the bodies were placed in a 500 fair to good 4759330 common 200 receivtug vault to await Secretary QUA Ch Ittgftt Tracys determination in regard to their permanent resting place Hooe Light 3809405 mixed 3909 Secretary Tracy aid not go the ceme- Â¬ 4UU heavy f9S3vMuo Cattl Jlxtra beeves 4709510 stairs tery as it was feared ths task might 5094 85 mixed 1 12593 00 stockers and prove too much for his strength The president occupied a carriage with Mr feeders 2 93V SHKxr 50aca Frank Tracy A long line of carriages Lambs 3003840 containing nearly all of thoso who atÂ¬ New Vork tended the service it the White House Whjat Na 2 rA njB followed the remains to the cemetery NOTIONS Hambergs Laces Gloves Towel I c Handkerchiefs Table Line NAPKINS WHITE GOODS ir i OF EVERY VARIETY BED BLA1TEETS AND COMFOHTS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents Â¬ t8 x The Ladies and Gents Underwear I Â¬ must be sold On account of the warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give you any size BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Â¬ Towels Table Linens and Napkins -- Winch are always staple we will also redaea in orler to smite the faxJT This being the time of the jew tor IJamiu cut complete Lacks and Cotton Hoods we would advi e you to be tire to once and examine the stock In order that no CASH IIOlSE can have any advantage over us we will give G per cent off o the 00 l KATE for CASH a We have just received a beautiful line ot WALL PAPER which is cheaper than ever sold in Uichmon before 1 gtT DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS Mi--- es IDE BED i mm RODBSDALE THE HODKSDALE ADDITION 18 NOW ON THK MARKET NONE WILL HE SOLD ONLY TO OOOD 1EOPLK ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS n Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Twenty Five Dollars own tlftnre in irmtall Will he M on follow in trmn of 150 on Saturday of emeu week to be pajtl to Dr W G Wliite Secre Â¬ tary of the Riciinonl B St L Corporation who will receipt fw the m No interest will he charged on the urchae money until after the expiration of 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per o nt will he charged on the pur chase motley rt iuiining unpaid By this method parties can htiy and pay for lot at a omall price on easy terms without interest and free t city tax a Any young man in Richmond can huy one or more of tln ae lo9 and pay for it without ftflinr the burden In the very near future this property trial e wotth much more than it is now sellhi- at The city - rapidly extending in that diFor further information call rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdaie on W G Wiiitk E W Wiooinsot Stkpiikn 1 Pakkish Richmond Ky Â¬ Â¬ raitts Â¬ gal - Â¬ lf 48- - Â¬ 4 D RUFF CAUTION bottom ir tne anuer direct to meters I Sa2r5W HSW III Â¬ Â¬ ViCSBmLjt J AfSV LfJnr BswE9krr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lfcV saswswfjCawxir f 4 ySmmmiw t tfsswaas Vt- I V - Am Vi w - m sBwlsswsk a4W Â¬ 24c xtsSBBBwl L DOUGLAS UTCIIUERUEHUI W SHOE GENTLEMEN 3 Heavy IaraS Grain FOR aad ltBAlEK IN W3 Â¬ Watchee aock Jew iry Sllrer and 8peeial Flated ware etc Cree Flaw Calx Beet ht the wertd HAI SsrWIl SHOE HAND 8EWFD SILJ STOK POLICE M TARMKRSHOE CALF KTTli S8 3 Tf ORKIrMENWOEJL aatd SU75 SOTS scittxix Tlmiisnti sad Law i iin la rwi 6tnNE Villi A nua attention given to Â¬ BTTINQ DIAMONDS j jaCK FREEMAN 175 SHOE TOK W L Denaiaa Brockton txer 3 2 SHOES ll - uToS8 Sold by Is isssl Sf ae AND OTHER PRECJOUtf 8TONE8 Please Read Th rjinger Manufacturing Cotopany Promptly done and In a workmanlike H building a machine with Hand Attachment and Portable specially manner adapted for invalid travelers Ac to Any one wMiinc a cost f3 cash Cash Paid for Old Gold and SiiTcr machine ot this type will plasm leave order at the office 13 First street J K tiqot Hx Dont forget the place next lesrld only ty oedei P to the PoBi omce Kiel morid KT StoCK rtlt 30- - I Print S ho S through THE CLIMAX FRtNCH TIPTON ilSIIKU EVKSl - Edito BY tIkbV The CCmaz Printing Wm G Co White Ciia- - S Powell PEB VKAR Wednesday - - February PRICK flSO 12 1800 They have droppicking up corn When the young are large enough to fly they leave here at once for parts unknown The crows robins and other birds returning here this month came iu flocks from the East Did they go to Ibe Alleghany mountains for a more severe C M Clay climate Â¬ the garden or field ped their traditional BEKEA l icpslatnre has done little pari wick exont to vMt the Kll ille Branch Penitentiary Mam mot h C Antonio De Nevarro lrob alerson is merely be pnniug a Geason- - advertising ably A -- ional London dispatch announces Mary Anderson it to Committee is lering a general Is a bankrupt rupt law law Can one be so nil guarded that it will not vehicle for robbers rather than a eueiii to real suflerei ssman I MrCrvaryV lie reso No much Itepuhlic lias been adopted i vat iog friendly rela- neen tae United States and the countries of South Anierm McCrearv - ltELIKI TIIK iJAIUMANSHIP N - d itional Conmmittee held a meet Washington city on Friday McCreary i rnor offered the temporary chairmanship but ing that if he ac uld in all probability rmanent chairman a UnM on which he could not find The Governor is look- to hi in the Sth on al district and means to horse hiirh bull ind pij tijlit by the next TKEAMUEK SHAKI RESIGNS STATE n btate Treasurer lat his resigns to take effect March 1st He has accepted the position of General Manager of the Pine Moun Iron and Coal Co and the rks Investment Co Hi--will be appointed at an Who the lucky man not known Judge tilled the office with n to the public as well a himself and as the salary is alove named title induce Friday I or r mei A AiIM Tn ALL NKWSfAPEIt IbUEYEG ify below the present standard they A NOIL OF WAJLKXC would have to submit because of the peculiar wording of the resolutions of endorsement Wash The chief danger to protection comes ington en4 ofThe idea of the was to the convention to day from protectionists Manufac have a bill introduced embodying the lurers who liave been led to go in on a extent ami meaning of the clerks There etderable grumbling and Washing free raw material crusade meaning association may repudiate the by raw material simply what is raw aTon material to them but a finished proA Iulque duct to oinebody elte have done more Washington Feb 10 There will be a unipie race at Ivy City this afternoon to undermine the principle of protec ilian all the lanH reform and free erable deck of It is a match for a considsum money between Mr Percy trade leagues in the country Tin free Drayton and Mr Robert Nevins at t rader gloats over these demonstrations aides on the fiat The horses ecause be sees in them the promise will carry 200 pounds each and will be ridden by their owners It is doubtful potency of the entire abandon Â¬ if such a race as this has ever been de Â¬ Nor is tin- - an tin cided in America though in years gone ment of protection reasonable exe taiion The crest body by they were quite common in England believe that protection and Ireland Conditio of Mr Randall - a good thing will have no interest lo The condition helping to secure it for a few selfish of Washington Feb 10 Randall Representative S J is anwho want everlody nounced as much better than at any manufacturers left out iu the cold but themselves Free time during the past week Miss Ran carpet wrol may be a fsir thing all dall stated that the improvement noticed yesterday was quite lnarkeJ and that round since we produce very Mtie the alarming reports recently published snh ssasl in this c untry But free respecting her fathers condition were wool n- - a whole is absolutely certain to greatly exaggerated be followed in due course by fret A Kew lHeente Among Cattle COLUatBlB en cloths Free pig iron must result in lnd Feb 10 A new dis Â¬ of iron and it is ease has broken out among the cattle in Manufacture county Twenty head of cattle bnrd to say why it should not Man this in this vicinity within the have died last ufacturers should beware of digging a twenty four hours The disease baffles pit for their own destruction Lowell all medical skill The cattle appear to suffer no pain but die in a stupor within Mass Couneight hours after they are stricken with the malady The disease first made iu FIELD LAKkS AND FLICKERS appearance in the herd of William Bur nell a wealthy farmer who bas lost eight head Editor farmer Home Journal Â¬ Â¬ iÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Harvey liawzle aged IT year wa tn jail for tliiet- moulliK by Judge Stewart Mealing The Sun from ttie door of a citizens Lioutte on veral other Postufllce Clerks Petition to Cmereu WaSasoSSSnat Feb 10 The conven Ike paper were found uu the tion of the Postomce Clerks association accused but he wit- - only prosecuted fur hed here last week attracted much attention MS Judge Stewart m sen The delegates represented Though the every important office in America The ig t lie youth said contention was for the purpose of jieti iifcle BBTSSSBapSt i small the tMSassg BSnssjBsS to better classify the to citizens hj- tin clerks in retard to pay the enactment pilfering i much greater than of an eight hour law and an annual tifu en days e supposed by those who have leave of Mr Wanamaker The Mahassafte general and First As em amiiiyed in that manner 1 sistant Oarkson pledged their support recall when my morning to the delegates and said they would do ing how much 1 felt the e en thing to advance their iuteiests City Postmaster Ross and Capt my usual store of intelligence wood the assistant postmaster Sher are iris of the world Thousands members of Washington council and are heart and soul in the movement ons r ad their morning paper The convention adjourned on Friday g forth to their daily work The delegates from other cities were re the mind with fonl for re well pleased with the treatment given flection when alone and for interesting them by tlie local clerks The Washing with couversatioh when Mends and ac ton links are not overpleased hoped the work a comphshed for they the es meet It tliUS proUMle- - convention would frame a bill fur presentation to congress ualeulatiil to effect tie of the chief agen sought this enlightened age that miuis the purjoses resolutions Instead they sim- passed endorsing any the entertainment of mankind ills mat SBight le introduced hav and is a universal vehicle of inform- ing for their object the reforms desired by the clerks The men hold that any ation uu endless variety of sulbill might jeopardize their standing for Baltimore Sun If congress should go to work and class - fr Mr A T Fish has just completed a commodious barn on hit new lot on Main Street Mr T J Osborne has gone to Say brook Ohio to make an extended visit tc her friends A concert grind Chickering piano has just been received to increase the musical facilities of the College The day of pra er for Colleges was duly observed regular bchool work giving place to varied religious meetings Owing to Measures to Be Acted On Dur cipal Miss the sickness of the lady PrinMamie Webster of Geneva the Week Ohio has been secured to assist on the teaching force the remainder of the term IN BOTH THE SENATE AND HOUSE Mrs Charles Lesters ncjihew Mr Morgan and his two sisters both Mrs Mehley The Blair KJnrat lonavl Dili Will Be Dla from Southern Indiana came on Friday poted of la the Senate sad the Idaho night and will spend a week or more with Adnittou lllll Dtcitsed The New her Code of llnlc- - Will Occupy Most of the The regular monthly Temperance meetWeek lit the llouee Other Washington ing was held at the College Chapel on VJSBJb Tuesdiy night Good music was specially Washington Feb 10 The senate prepared for the occasion and the address will try t dispose of the Blair education bill during the coming week Mr Blair was given by Mrs I M Dodge who occupied the afternoon of Wednes ESTILL ITEMS day and Thursday last will resume his remarks to day and probaMy will con Quarterly Court commences in Irvine clude them before the BBBShi adjourns have signified Monday February loth A number of senatortheir intntion of seaking on the meas The Estill Eagle made its flight with ure before a vote is taken among them only one wing last week Half a sheet Senator- - Hoar Fvarts Ilumb Stan The Kentucky river is on the biget iujrli and Ireorge Senator Edmunds and Senator Rgan are also ex liih it has known this winter tis almost I to speak The enemies of the a bottom sweeper Blair hill in the senate have been busy The society known as the Farmers and among the new senators and they claim that the bill will be rejected It has al Laborers Cnion is rapidly increasing in stiength and numbers in Estill county passed the senate heretofore S nator Piatt will urge the Oklahoma B The work in E till on the R N I bill during the morning and it will doubtless be passed and sent to the Railroad is booming Messrs Mitchell The urgent n ed Co have erected the derricks on the river in a few day of this lcjji lation has been pressed on lank just above the Ferry preparatory to the Bseasfasa of the house and at the earliest opportunity the bill will be taken building the Irvine bridge at that point up and pasd The senate committee Mrs Kellv Mr and Mrs Ashcraft C on territorief will likely favorably reW Friend Mrs Reuben Dalton Masses port on the bill to admit Idaho into the Union The decision in the supreme Olive Miller Lena and Ida White and court of the United States last Monday Mrs Emma Long are among the resiiu the test oath case lias sustained the dents of Irvine battling with La Grippe validity of tlie Idaho constitution and the protest of the Mormons alone stand this week in the rnv of a favorable report on the Madame Rumor avers that an Octogebill In the secret session the nominations narian of Estill county will in a few davs of Indian Commissioner Morgan and quietly lead to the Hymeneal altar a blushSuperintendent of Indian Schools Dor ing bride of seventeen summers If true chester are pending and only await the this will indeed be December and May return of Senator Morgan to be taken up mated together disjKMed of and A discussion of the new code of rules The fair young Postmistress of Fain will occupy most if not the whole of the during the week Pamphlets con ville still lingers on her visit to Jessamine house taining the old aud new rules arranged county much to the chagrin of anxious in parallel columns will be furnished the young gallants of that village and vicinity members so that there will be no diffi- Â¬ culty i seeing at once what changes who speak of sending a delegation down have been made This will make the there to hasten her return Have patience sion much simpler to the new boys and remember that All things come It is possible that some ob-member Over the threshold may be made to beginning the to those who wait discussion on the ground that the mem Â¬ of a once peaceful mountain home the bers have lieen pnen no opportunity to serpent of infidelity has wriggled and his study the changes but should this objec- Â¬ black and slimy trail exhales a seeking tion be sustained a temporary delay only will le and it is certain that pestilence Disclosures are said to be imthe discussion will begin not later than minent and the sensational Ghouls will Tuesday shortly buzzy about the loathsome carcass n Tuesday the elections commission and fatten on its filth will meet to consider the Atkinson-Pendletocontested elections case and it is hsaWwsd that two reports made on strict party lines will be submitted to the bouse An effort will be made to limit lie discussion on the rules so that the elu tion commission may have a chance to etll up the case for consideration le Istv the end of the week In event this is done a repetition of the scene enacted in the house during the endeavor of the n Republican to call up the See remarks on combination sale of case will in a le cer degree it is be- - horses at the Fair grounds by Neale occupy the time of the house It is a question whether a vote on the rules Bennett this place elsew here in this issue will lie had during the week O B Jenkins Gallatin Tenn has sold Proffram of Congress o crop of cabbage ever seen there It Is now about ready for marketing Monroe Leer oar noted dealer iu jack stock sold to Mr Monroe of Mon roe City Monroe county Mo the yearling jack Monroe for 1500 the highest price ever paid for a yearling Keoluckian Citlzen Robert Pace bought of various parties a lot of extra cows at LJe and a lot of 900 lb heifers at 2Jc R P Sco Co of New Or ber sold to Hudson leuiix 24 cotton mules 14 bauds high LIVE STOCK By Stock Commission Merchants at l lnelii nail Union Stock Yards auil Covlugtou Stock Yards MAEZBT EEPOET GREENE 4 EMBRY IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT HEAVY Cincinnati Ohio Feb Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough tjood to fc xtra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows rair to Oood Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Good 10 1890 SHIPPING CATTLE 4 40 4 4 3 75 r 4 3 75 3 25 2 I 75 2 4 io CLOTHINGfllTS OVERCOATS Â¬ Winchester Democrat Squab duck rearing had its origin probably iu the vicinity of Aylesbury Bnglaad with Loudon the maiket ami from a p mall beginning has been so far increased as to yield an annual income to those engaged in it of tally for 25tro BUTCHER CATTLE 4 ooii 4 t 37 3 50f 3 5 And Other Heavy Goods of Our Line 3 3 3 2 J 2 oodc 2 I 251 I WE ARE MAKING VERY CLOSE PRICES WE AltE ALSO RECEIVING AN ELEGANT LINE OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 150000 At a meeting of the breeders of Ches- Â¬ ter White hogs held at Indianapolis January 24th a new organization was eflected to take the place of the Nalion nl Chester White Swine Breeders As- Â¬ sociation which seems to have fiiled to answer the purpose Lisl jear the Klizabethtown Can Â¬ ning Factory put up the product of 35 acre- - iu peas and 50 acres iu tomatoes This year the factory will contract for 100 acres in peas and 100 acres iu toma Â¬ toes Neatly 10000 woith of mules were sold iu Klizabethtowu iu one day lecently at prices from 7 to j200each BULLS Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 32 I 90 toii 1 3 2 2 5c 1 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockcrs 3 906 3 73 3 2 j 4 3 3 EARLY SPRING SUITS SLATEST EASTERN STILE Three and Four Button Cutaways Frocks and Sacks Single and Double Breasted Prince Alberts 25 COWS AND CALVES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Best Grades 35 00 Fair to Good 25 00M30 10 oo Common 20 Best Veal Calves 5 5 Fair to Good s 5 oot Common and Heavy - y HOGS Klizabethtowu News 208 Select Butchers Ihe Macon Ga Telegraph prints Fair to Good Packers the weight of a number of hogs re Good to Extra Lights IOfC cently slaughtered iu that vtctuity Light Pigs 4 o SPRING LAMBS ranging from 300 to 450 pounds This 6 50 Extra- 6 75 is due to the introduction of the Berkshire breed by an enterprising fanner and stock raiser Georgia is advancing bTSB LmWm all along the line aud the fate ol the razor back bog iu that Stale is sealed Books learned MindirtDderingrnrerl ifaurooniaio irora in in on rendingColumbus ia one of the most progies-t-ivProspectus post part of tho globo application to Prof FaUCK ant on cities in the progressive Slae ol A Loisetu 237 tiui Ave New York Georgia It bas improved iu a remark 23 89 able degree during the present decade In lb0 the real estate iu the city was vulued at 3357835 Last year it was returned at 7142350 aud is proLably worth a great deal more The personal Some good Jacks cheap for propeityiu the city added lo this will cash Address me at Must beFlat Ky Poplar make a handsome showing giving least cash price and a full aud Louisville ia to havea lair The Cow correct description 14 36 James T McCokmick uiiilee ou incorporation met Wednes day aud adopted a charter which it Is ihougiil fully covers the giouud This RESIDENCE FOR SALE DE RENT will upon approval by the full board be seut to the Legislature and put upou its passage Tne name selected is the Three story brick residence known Louisville Fair Capital stock not to as the When ill property ou Main opposite First Presbyterian Street be over 250000 iu shares of 60 each X B Dkathekaok Church The usual pnvileges provided lor in the 34 45 -Â¬ Â¬ ALL AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES store Hotel Glvndoii hanking you for oast favors we extend you a cordial welcome to our now Dont forget the place for we have moved to 220 West Main Street near EMORY COVINGTON MITCHELL e JACKS WANTED L O OK CLOTHING AT TH I S furnishing GOODS THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF CLOTHING charter At a discussion in the National Ches ter While Association of Black 8otH iu Chester Whiles It was decided bat black spots aud black hairs were an evidence of impurity of blood and were theiefore oljectiouable that the blue flecks iu the skin while uol any evidence of impurity were not desira Â¬ ble aud that the only method of iup pressiug these objectionable spots was to discard all pigs having them or pigs from litters any of which were so spot Â¬ ted Breed eulirely from hogs wLich are pure white aud whose auces or were also pure white with pure white skins and the spots will soon disappear was the general conclusion Farners Â¬ J W MACKEY AT THE- - caul Lw wwww BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND GAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Â¬ LsYZNTJDOIXr WITH A -- n Handsome Barber Shop and First - Class Barbers Perfect satisfaction given to every one Special attention given to ladies ami children Also to my country friends 1 liuve moved my shop over to the Hotel and I hope all will come to see me Yours very respectfully 20- JOEL W MACKEY I Intend to Sell Them at Sonie Price Smith-Jack-so- Home Journal Â¬ to M J Kaurias Pensacola Fla a brown colt by Nuthunter dam Kate by Prince- for Jiooo - Remington Minneapolis Minn has sold to Horace Henry for 2500 the it pacing gelding Edwin 22 by Egbert dam Grace bv Hailstorm J -- I I Â¬ r -- i -- Clay Harp of Muir Ky has sold to Dr F M Deweese of Chillicothe O a d colt by Jay Bird dam Cricket by Alcalde Price 1509 H three-year-ol- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i Â¬ L Tarlton has sold his fine young saddle stallion Prince LVnmark bv Wash- Â¬ ington dam by Montrose to J L Gay of Woodford This was considered one of the finest j oung horses in the State Price Home Journal 1000 Mr H C Traynor left on Monday for Lexington with twenty two horses for Traynor to go into combina- Â¬ McKee tion sale A large number of people as kembled on the streets to take a parting look at the fleet footed animals Hart Boswell Poplar Hill Stock Farm Lexington Ky has sold to Mr Samuel Gamble San Francisco Cal the black mare Nancy Lee dam of Nancy Hanks record 2 24J by Dictator dam Sophy by Alexanders Edwin Forrest for 6000 Live Stock Record three-year-old - Â¬ Â¬ G W Hancock Sacramento Cal has sold to the Plcasanton Stock Co Cal the bay filly Lady Gray 3 years old by Guy Wilkes dam Zephyr by Nutwood for Mr Hancock has an own brother 1000 to Lady one year younger for which he has refused 3500 He is not for sale January 25 190 f Your correspondent X io your The Fourth Annual Convention of lssw of January 25 rightly says that the Womans Christian Temperance - should be carefully protect those birdwill be held ed by farmers I think of all our birds Union for District No in laondou Match 6 C sud 7 The the lark is the most thoroughly insec tivorous indeed in a long life 1have opening meeting will be held Wednes day nigh March 5 and the Convennever seen ibeaa eating graiu tion will settle down to solid business A very curious thing occurred here on Thursday morning duiiug the veiy warm season never Ladies have been appointed to pre before known ueaily all birds left seut papers on subjects bearing directly bore even the crows returning only upon lines of our work Papers on with the frosty nights borne suppose Bending the Twig Young Womans that through instinct hey avoidej liespousibilicy The Fourth Command juriou ooudilious of the air which bas proved so fatal to our race meut The Medicine Chest and many subjects will be presented But I rather think like the migration other The auntiai address of the President of buds at other times it wasiu search Mrs Boreing net Sarah E Randall is of food rather than climate j something no one should miss hearing Insects and seeds wore prematurely All Unions in the District are urged moved and then ptrisbed by unnatural to sand a full delegation aud a comchanges of temperature report of the years work The black birds here in the spring plete Let all white ribbon workers be much itirely it seems upon a yellow in prayer that Gods blessing may rest beetle of the sine of the tumbler upon us aud that we may have not Like the locust it comes row the toil only a pleasant but very profitable iu earliest spring eats nothing visits meeting Mbs L M Dodge all near trees prnastia its species Cor Secy and fails to the earth again These are fed upon by the black birds on my in Marion county a crop of com sold bTMi rising of late to thousands st 37 cents per bushel bogs 3 cents aever in a jack f36o 2 jennets and their foals Â¬ 1 Â¬ White Uaij Ky 1 DISTRICT CUNVENTIOV I Ma their expectations The highest priced stallion at the The billowing quotations fairly rep Woodburn farm this season is Lord resent our market for Burley tobacco Russell the brother to Maud S his fee crop of lMf Trash Dark or damaged tobacco being 300 for the season 100 to 300 Colory Trash 300 to 750 William Tarr sold to Gentry Bros of Common Lugs not colory 350 to Boyle county 40 big mules for 6000 500 The purchased 100 mule colts in Ten Colory Lugs 600 to 1000 nesseeKeutuckiau Citizen Common Leaf 700 to 8 50 Medium to good leaf 860 to120C A trip to the market gardens located Good to tine fillers 1200 to 160 on the outskirts ol Mobile Alabama Select or wrappery tobacco 1600 tc reveals the largest aud finest looking 2450 The bay colt Warren Park by Jersey Wilkes recently sold for 3000 to Mr T MATRIMONIAL- B Merritt St Paul Minn and the bay yearling colt Baron Wood sold to Messrs Hon Win T Jones of Jessamine and Oliver Posey Son Rushville lnd for Miss Virginia Wallace were married at 4000 are both out of daughters of Kate the residence of the bride near Nicholas Patchen whose dam was the greatest ville Wednesday in the presence of a daughter of Alexanders Abdallah small and very select crowd of the friends W T Jones Herbert Whitman of Auburn Me has of the contracting parties realized about 1000 on the pacing mare more familiarly known as Bill is known filly throughout the State as a bright yourg Jennie J and her Prim The mare was bought by A H statesman having ably represented csen He is also a Williamson and the filly by H L Home mine in the last Legislature both of Norwav Jennie J is by Daniel good fellow and has a large following Boone She was foaled in iSm and has Miss Wallace who is so lucky is described paced in laOjf Mr Williamson will use as a beauty and rich two things Bill wus her for a brood mare The filly is by not proof against Journal Hebron and very promising DIED- Mr J H Clark said in our office a few Mrs Mattie Doughtry wife of Robe t days ago that he had not the heart to go to Kentucky just yet He was shocked Doughtry died at Lairs Station Kv of when he received the dispatch from Ver- fever on Sunday February 2nd 1890 sailles announcing the awful death of Bell John Horine died at Blanchester Boy The horse was earning 25000 to Wednesday evening February 5th 1890 30000 a year His box stall was near the aged 23 years He was a native of Rich door and had the grooms not been rattled mond brother of Edward Horine of Tub the stallion could have been saved Mr Climax force and had been sick for cet Clark is on the lookout lor another stal- Â¬ era years Burial took place in the Richlion but he does not know where to put mond Cemetcrv Fridav afternoon hands on one of large earning capacity which can be bought Should he succeed Louisville Tobacco Market however in finding one the horse will be By Jlover A Durrett Louisville Tobacco Ware House kept in a box as nearly fireproof as it can Sales on our market for the pnst be made Messrs Clark and Hopper have week just closed amount to 3550 hhds received a great many letters of sympathy with receipts of 2588 libd for the samj Turf Field and Farm period Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 15894 hhds Sales the crop CONCERNING FARMERS 011 our market of to 12078 of 1889 up to this date amount hhds Our market this week has been char- Â¬ A trio of Poland China hogs sold iu acterized by immense sales of tobacco new hurley largely predominating in Jefferson county for 38 offerings There was no tendency At 8am Ashbrooks distillery near the toward weakening in prices under the Cynthians 150 out of 400 hogs have heavy ales the improvement of las died with cholera Keutuckiau-Citi-ze- n week being fully maintained all along the line Sellers as a rule are realizing Dont Lot it Escape It May Be Your Turn With well known regularity the ilrith Grand Monthly Drawiug of The Louisiana State Lottery took place at New Orleans on January 14th MM under the usual supervision of Generals G T Beauregard of Louisiana and Jubal A Early of Virgiuia Ticket No K202drew the first capital piize of 300000 Ticket No 12122 drew Ihe second capital prize of 100000 aud was sold in fractional twentieths at 1 each sent to M A Dauphiu New Orleans La one was held by pii Zaue Philadelphia Pa one by Robert T Parker St James Mo one by Thos Marriott Leavenworth Kan one by John J Conley Boston Mass one by Hans Lagoui Dwight III one by H V Carter Minneapolis Minn one by C N Duross Detroit Mich one by Nevada Bank San Francisco Cal one by Second National Bank of J at k BBB Tenn etc etc Ticket No 64101 drew the third capita prize of 50000 also sold in fractional parts in like manner at SI each one to William K Westlake Peoria 111 one to Jacob Abbott 435 Aisijuitli Street Baltimore Md one to Henry Ottke 153 West 3d Street Cincinnati Ohio one to a de positor Union National Bank Ntw Orleans La one to Hannah Lny Co Traverse City Mich one to John Daly 402 Washington Street New York City one to Charles O Lynch Boston Mass etc etc The next drawing w ill take place Tuesday March 11th of which all information will Ite furnished on application to M A Dauphin New Orleans La It Â¬ RICHMOND COAL CO I have purchased the property of Ihe said Company and will keep on hand all of the de t varieties of W A POWELL MKEBS COR1TER HMMmOhMCMPAVE CupitzU Stock HOME OFFICE The yard is easy of access Persons desiring to haul their own coal will not have to cross the railroad I respectfully request a liberal pat Â¬ ronage of the citizens of both county COAL 13- - you read of the fate of Iull Paid 8000000 AND 327 Fifta Street Louisville Ey BEANCE OFFICE Pineville Hotel Pincville Sy and city T 8 BRONSTOX This Company owns 20000 acres of the finest COAL IRON TIMBER LANDS lying immediately around Pineville MCGINTY At present he is at the bottom BEWAEE ocean groveling among the monsters of the deep by blind faith of such a fate Fine NEW Carriages LOTS SOLD ON LIBERAL TERMS Location for Manulaclurinj Plants of desirable kinds furnished on liberal term BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wont g borne without one 5- - First Coke made in Southeastern Kentucky was made by this Company at Pineville YOU CAN AVOID HIS FATE The first Coke Plant in Southeastern Kentucky is in Pineville BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF YODR Analysis ol I his coke shows 94 per cent fixed carbon less than 4 per LIFE BY GOING TO cent ash and less than one half of one per cent sulphur Iron Ores of Eptioiial Purity and Timber of All Mi j ARE FOUND ON THE LANDS OF THIS COMPANY THE COMPANY WILL BEGIN SELLING LOTS ON FEBRUARY 5 Taxing advantage S T E N Gr S DER 01 JOHN DONEL8QN the the GREAT BARGAINS he is offering in everything pertaining to INSURANCE BURNAM OFFICERS JAMES S RAY Prksipknt DIZECTOrS II V LOVING Secv andTkeu THEODORE HARRIS 1reiiJent of the Louisville Safety Vault and Vice Prest of the L S R R Co Trust Conijiany the Louisville Hanking Co HUME WINTER GOODS VALUES and COST of goods cut no figure in the PRICES WE NOW MAKE EVERYTHING MUST GO and of -- The Oldest and Strongest American Companies NORTIi AMERICA SPRINGFIELD C JOHN V AROV Â¬ BUtllJ ROOT INNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GEKMANIA MERCHANTS Dont forcet our office is at lie HUME of Clrcapo Ills Vice Iresident ami GenerC K R al Manager of the L N A of New Vork Director and Chief Attorney of the L N A ft C R R F A HULL of Danhury Conn Ties of the Hoard of President Trade and MPg of Hardware Etc J W STINK Trest R N I ft li R R Co lYMAN PAIUUSII v U DENNIS LOxNG of Dennis Long Co Kdy and Pipe MPg H S IIAkKER Iron At PRICES tnat WILL sell I h r-- -- H I r Attorney for the City of Louisville them a nau prices 01 wnai iney were IB So i ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Hank BURNAM N B CTSSINUHASI Now Livery and Sale Sta me M ZIPPINCOTTS im MAGAZINE contents with its ts a library 0on Tobacco llarus Country Stores and Milling property specialties II H 33 32 We have erected a new sud comnio- iiiuus livery miu oaie main comer 01 3rd and Irvine utreeti Richmond Ky and ak tlie public to give us a trial you a good magatine besides the novel The ringing blows which have been struck on It vtas indeed a happy thought to print an tntire novel in each number Net a short novelette hut a long story such as you are used to get iu oooh form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor Not only that tut with each number you get an abundance of other contributions which gives the gateway of popular favor have resounded throughout the entire land and today Lippin cotts Magatine stands in the fnnt rank of monthly publications and is the most of publication of its hind in the world For full descriptive circulars address LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE Philadelphia 300 per year 25 its single number The publisher of this paper will receive your subscription itself Overcoats al TTTTiTmwn Â¬ Â¬ Petition For Feme Sole STATE OF KENTUCKY 1TKT Madison Circtit Cjkkks Office Feb 3 1890 1 HORSES rate HITCHED OR FED AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle homes uciee and buggies hired at low 16 15 r at REDICUL0DS LOW CES PAURIS1I rr i i WUHrc nnm PRI- r M Any Fries Just Thgy So 4 k at prices that almost make them go ot their own accord j I CUNNINGHAM J Â¬ j On Petition Thi day came into tbe Clerks Office of the Madison Circuit Court before tbe Clerk thereof the ietitiouer A B Patrtek aid Ann E Patrick and tiled their petition tbe object of which is to obtain a decree of said Court empower ing tbe petitioner Ann E Patrick wife of et it inner A B Patrick to act as a feme sole and to use enj v sell and convey for her own benefit any property she may own or acquire fiee fiom the debts or contract of her hus band and for her own benefit to make contracts sue aud be sued as au unmarried woman to trade in her own name and lo dispose of her property i Â¬ Â¬ AK Patrick and AnnE Patrick Order Publication m Plumbiajr Mccarty Gas and Steam Fitting rni Pump Repairing a Specialty All kinds of pumps kept nt C T Wells A Co a Coal yard or V CL Whites Drug 50 49 Store iOVTF3 VKTisllTFk F tr sw rnrfrssi0 mmmmmwsfsnmSuaZi - it Hoi Id RETT Everything that pertains to WINTER WEAR we have marked prices on them that will sell them Wikl FREE wTtrm tUiirktrjr r irtfTSDMdhMTy iiu old buntm cuet wttk works tnd cast of rnac JUST COME AND LOOK And if we THOMAS B AYRES llojTMher -- v it rkoiiri o WI1 wiU our larva WKINWW dont make a selling price no one will These 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 j n -- kobol uoiirrurwhicldalorrwarKaUrti lhMwr rWk sd onhbrlwl w mww AH ih work o wa i we mm yon to mow who rail tout ycm goods must go I want money and money I will get if prices have anything to do with it Look at ns Remember what blind faith did for McGINTT before yon plunge into nnknown mysteries We are the eye- 0Deners of ttis couny- - cii and see Bui 91 JS lortlauu MUm Ordered That notice of the riling of said petition and the objects thereof be published in one of the newspapers in Richmond Ky for at least ten days I desire to sell or rent privately the before tbe next March term of said 46 Wiggins Block Cincinnati O large two story Court W H MILLEK Clerk Attest A Copy Attest Can refer to buildings successfully W IT MILLER Clerk erected in Richmond Mayville Mt situated on a good corner lot in Kilic J A Sullivan Attorney for peti Â¬ Sterling Winchester aud Owiugsville too Ky known as Hie Hognn propert34 35 tioners 6 5 y28- H H COLYER by will or deed CRAPSEY Aroliitoots BROWN Por SqIg or Rent STORE HOUSE H J STRENG Promoter of happiness to all who want it III THE CLIMAX hrelae4ay - - reerwy ia mw The fcv W- C i T T meet to day UaJagaW June R to have electric street cam itt n building a nice residence From The South Mr A S Hisle of Waco has returned from Georgia where he sold eleven cars o mutes The mule market has been good all winter until the past ten days It is a tittle off at present but will probably revive Mr HUle says the South hat not been in better condition since the war than now The Beet Kentucky ertsape Miss essrs John W Crooke lr I P surgeon would do a Burnam T II A good veterinary Crmston J T Cobb C F Smith D P Armer J J Brooks If good busirw- - here Quarterly Court is in session County BArbuckle and Jason Walker made an at Â¬ tack on Big Stone Gap last week nault presiding Some Jatfec Clu of them invested liberally but others did talks to vou about plows not lpc T M Climax n to day Mayor Collins and S 1 Parrish took in Pineville II W Iribble has not sufficiently Everybody else is stuck on ed from the grippe to come to Beat vvi lie town on Filih Street Ihf Boomers Leiturrs Â¬ Rev Dr Hemphill of Louisville beCovington A Mitchell make a special A chance gan a scries of lectures last Thursday at m this Usue Central University The series embraced five lectures on the subject of the Bible id Journal says that Grove as Literature He also preached in the nxtcd and well- First PresbUerian Church on Sunday n morning and evening He stopped with In the absence of General Runyon and Rev Dr Blanton while here Dr Hemp what will the people do hill is one of the ablest men in the pulpit of Kentucky Vou have been reading a good deal Of late about a list of twenty nine of the best newspapers In Kentucky and how much belter they are than any other papers this side of the moon The News paper Advertising firm of George P Row ell Co New York made up this great list of which you have heard so much We have looked over tbe list and find that The Climax the Stanford Journal Harrodsburg Democrat Paris News Georgetown Times and a dozen other papers recognized among the best in the State are not included in Mr Rowells list We haye Mr Rowells last annual report and find several of his especially good list of 29 marked below 500 In circulation while numbers of Other hot in Â¬ cluded in the list of 29 are marked above 1000 Mr Rowcll lives in New York however and is not supposed to know any great deal about Kentucky newspapers and especially those that refuse to take his advertisements at half price or less You see there is a wheel within a wheel sometimes Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Ta mi health B oe At the Buckner meeting at the Court House on Monday of last week a resolution was adopted requesting the Madison mer S K Scott emerged t county papers the Courier Journal c County At rcrlu of sickness to publish the proceedings If the secre was taken ill tary had presented the proceedings at The a e u aai 3000 coal Climax office at any time within twenty titty opened their yard last four hours after the meeting adjourned they would have been published in last iber 1000 loads a month Wednesdays edition The proceedings William of Brookstown r have not appeared in the Courier Journal Mr James W Smith 70 hog as we have seen Slow secretary ar 200 lbs at 3V cents Ctmbnution Sale Assared w announced that Mr C Mr B II Neale was in town Monday It II 31 MM the new express deliverer and informed The Climax that the pro t read C B Miller of College posed combination horse sale by him and Mr Waller Bennett had been arranged The ground hog said the weather would with certainty It will take place in the Saturday and Sunday the spacious amphitheatre at the fair grounds re and blooms were covered with on Saturday May 3rd An experienced live stock auctioneer will be secured for They have met with great Mr P H Sullivan has a very charac- - the occasion to all those who encouragement from the horse men of this notice ii Phelps He is no respecter county and will number among their pa Breck trons many persons from adjoining coun i Â¬ a prominent on Muddv Why The big trestle near the city limits is bc gining to show- - up largely Indications continue to point to the building of the R N I 5 B from Beat tyville to Pineville In the Arnold Railroad case in which the jury awarded damages in the sum of joooo and which amount was tendered and accepted the railroad has taken an appeal tc the Common Pleas Court and the case will come up for trial in June There is much rejoicing along the Kennebec over the news that a contract has been signed for the construction of an electric railroad between Augusta and Gardner It is expected that cars will be running as far as Hallowell and perhaps the whole distance in June A scheme for the establishment of large workt for the manufacture of cars in At lanta Ga is taking form A company it being formed with a capital of 250000 with the power of increasing it to 1000 coo A considerable amount has already been subscribed and leading home capitalists are taking hold of the enterprise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lialtie March it visiting Miss Loll Cromwell at Frankfort Mr C Rowland of St Louis visited relatives here last week Mrs Welsh of Danville visited her sister Mrs Wm Crow this place Mrs A Wilkes Smith has returned from a visit to her old home in Louisville Mr James B Stouffer the First Street clothier is away on a purchasing tour Miss David Chenault is lying very ill at ler home on South Broadway Lexing on Press Miss Cora Wilcox of Paris who was visiting Mrs Walker Hisle this county Ins gone horiie Mr W C Gormley was in Louisville last week adding to his already large stock of saddlery goods Mr Harvey Chenault of Qnahnah Texas formerly of Cane Spring this county is back on a visit looking well Mrs J C Parrish and Mrs J S Slusher of Pineville have gone home after a visit to relatives and friends here Major D Shanahan of Louisville and Mr E T Powell of Covington are here looking after their railroad interests Mr Talton E Shanks left yesterday morning for Florida and Frank Embry ftir Georgia each seeking a chang of cli irate for better health Mrs Ilarber of Madison has been here fcr some days assisting to nurse her niece Jissie Risk who has been quite sick with pneumonia We arc glad to say that Danville Deaf Jessie Is about well now Mute Mr Thomas J Smith our well known retired merchant left yesterday for Florida to spend the remainder of the winter He will visit Jacksonville St Augu6tine Tallahassee and also many places in the Central part of the State He carried a faithful colored man Tom along with hin to bait the hooks carry the game c Â¬ Â¬ he congregation of th Central Chris Jian Church is Serf wealthy btit Doct r Caves doctrine split it asunder A rhJ ilH ago he created a jjre t sensation one Sun day by delivering a sermon in which he said that he did not believe in the iiupira tion of the Bible or the divinity of Chris He believed in Christ the man and in a God but not the God of the Bible This sermon divided the church and about half the congregation withdrew while the other half passed resolutions indorsing Doctor Cave He then resigned but his friends In the congregation refused to accept the resignation arid at a meeting pledged Doctor 50000 to build a new church Cave reconsidered his resignation Â¬ IOTATOKJJ lirfhg us tatoes atit 34 35 lOOOYt A Pleasing Sense Of health ami strength relieved nl of ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figt a it nets iu harmony with nature to effectually cleanse the system when costive or bilious For sale in 0c and 1 00 bottles by nil lead- L nch James Nlason Phebie Mist Ballard Loa Mrs Last year t lie product of Idahos Bly Mary Wihon L D aflat The Buckner Coleman f Peue liah Mft mines was worth 17 000000 Pool V John Brown Tom Montana mi mm yielded 32000000 DiMared Carmine Simton George If you suffer pricking pains on mov Dean Wm Smith Huston ing the eyes or cannot bear bright Dunn Annie Mrs Warkker Calline light and And your sight weak and Hubart Joe Weldan C Y failing you should promptly use Dr J Jackson Daniel Wilkint Hattie Mrs If McLeans Strengthening Eye Halve Landram Walker Wormack Phil 25 cents a box 27 39 Post Office hours from 6 a M to 7 p In Helena Mont recently a woman M Money order and registered letter p M was shot at but the bullet hitting the hours prompt 7 a M to 6 J B WILLIS PM steel ribs of her stays was deflected aud her life saved ct Â¬ -- Covington AkNlii f bushels of Irish po will fiay you cash office tlko Remaining unclaimed in the Post at Richmond Ky week ending February 11 1890 RalleWj Faney STRAIGHT TIPS aj NEW STORE The Best Bargains you ever saw are now being offered at the ing druggists A middle aged colored man entered a Brooklyn car lie other evening with a basket containing wine In I1I3 hand evidently sent to make a delivery He seemed to have sampled the liquor freely before starting out for a reporter noticed be was iu excellent humor He managed to get a seat and when the conductor cftme around to Boiled his fare he never bothered aliotit ixxk ets or pockel books but simply placed his hand to one of his capacious ears and drew forth the shining nickel To say ilmt jonductor and passengers were surprhed puts it mildly The Conductor on recovering himself remarked Why do yoU carry your money Iherej Captain Cause its bandy sir replied the son of Ham and the pas sengers all laughed at the new wrinkle in money pouches It was observed that he also carried a nickel in the Far better than the harsh trealmen of medicines which horribly gripe the alietit ahd destroy the coating of the stomach Dr J II McLeans Chills aud Fever Cure by mild yet effective nction will cure Sold at 60 eeh9 a bottle 27 39 Warranted great flight of locusf9 believed to A have covered 2000 square miles recently crossed the Red sea from the African shore If you want to buy a sulky surrey buggy or carriage call on Douelsou for be has the latest best and cheapest Â¬ 6- Fruit c Ornamental Tress I will be pleased to furnish any one who may fator me with their order Standard Fruit anil Ornamental Trees Apples Pears and Plants namely Giapes Peaches Cherries Plumbs Strawberry Plants Evergreens Water Maple 35 12 P F A DA Address Variety Store OlR STOCK CONSISTS OF- - 9 at iro sjfcafJ MS Waco Ky Pay - at Once THIN COLUMN Silly Fellows The Journal takes pleasure in announcTwo boys aed about 16 years driving B ha been located a double team and loaded down with ing that the R N I between this point and Versailles and knives pistols guns ammunition provisMr Hugh Colver sold cm last Wedne much of the right of way has been conions and blankets came through Rich1 u TcawHMC parties at f 75 mond Thursday From whence thev tracted and paid for The contractors ad and bought 3 jacks from Ken Holman McFadden Cassidv of Little canie or whither they went is not known r ioo Rock Ark now have a representative in They had doubtless been reading some Rip Roaring Ralph the the field and ground will be broken on Commissioner on February such book as this extension at an early day Nicholas m front of the Court House sell Gory Galoot of the Gialto and have gone out into the wide world to make a vilie Journal nubicly a tract of land in the case of name Soon they will have to sell their Elsewhere in to days Climax we preEdwards bllSgV then their horses then their guns sent a fine view of the great Tyrone high Mr L T Thtutia representing the and when they have only a nickel left bridge on the Louisville Southern across al Building and Loan Asi ociation theyll write home something like this Kentucky River It is the product of Col of Loi nere taking subscriptions Ma Please get Pa to come take us home Bennett Youngs energy a fine picture of and will establish a branch We are tired and hungry and a long way whom we also give The bridge is 287 art ories ic Schoolfield have se- from Foxtow n we wont do so no more feet high is more than 2000 feet long and cured the two nice cottage on Water its middle span is 551 feet the longest of Election For Postmaster street next to the Episcopal church and How would an election in Richmond at the kind in the world The Kentucky u them with their famii the expiration of incumbent Williss time Trades Journal savs of the locality of the Beautiful views and grand istas bridge Jennie Lohman who was arrested here do The Republicans of Brattleboro spread out in scene after scene for miles Kik Seattle county on the Vermont by vote of 467 to 401 have deThe subscrip of infanticide was virtually acquit clared that they desire the re appointment away in every direction Mr II K Turner was her law vcr W Childs Democrat on the ground tion of Fayette county and Col Youngs ot F reputation as a man of sound judgment Mr L P Sanders the cigar man is that his politics does not touch the quesdepended on the completion of the bridge led move on hirn Two tion at isue which is to secure good ser in an unusually brief period of time and A large maago he took po sclun of the old vice in the local post office few are the men who would have under Revenue otlkc aiul this wtek has crossed jority of the women entitled to vote under taken the colossal task but it was com ovcrtoJKj1 West Main over Higgins the lules of this caucus took sides against pleted in time with a week to spare Going the professional politicians and in behalf Mr L T Wilson who rccenth closed of an important principle they supported from Richmond to Louisville over the R N I B and the Louisville Southern I the K C Depot in this a faithful public officer The Springfield this bridge will be crossed as it lies be lias gone on the road for a Cincin- - Republican says This fact will attract nar house He has left his accounts in wide attention and it will furnish an illus- tween Versailles and Lawrenccburg and of Cajt J D Foeacjr Sac tration that may be faiily held to fore The old Judge Field brick residence out oe shadow the future at the corner of Third and Forest Streets once occupied b the late Dr T S Mob The Ccntary Club The new out is the Spider and of four feit buttons This new club held its second meeting erley is now a busy place It is occupied and a large drop ot piicksiher in a box on last Friday night It met in the parlors as the main office of the Shanahans railOne room has an im- Â¬ with glass top The puzzle is to run the of Hotel Glvndon and Dr A Wilkes road contractors mense fire proof sale and then there it a quicksilver against the button- - and locate Smith presided in the absence of the th jm in ertain positions Irc ident The subject the Race Problem smaller iron safe Several tables are piled high as one can reach with file boxes for in the South was thoroughly discussed Mr D M ought the interest of A handsome folding That important papers Mr A F Breck in the hardware busi- - and various view6 were put forth desk is used by Mr D A Shanahan Breck Fitzpatrick The new the problem should be left to solve itself while to his left is Miss Menard his stenowas probably the most prominent idea firm will known as FitpatricK who uses the type writer It was Prof Piestons evening to en grapher Mi Brick will moxe to Omaha Elsewhere in the he did so handomel utilizing with great dexterity firm assumes the indebtedness of tertain and the dining room and a printed bill of fare room is a capacious cabinet desk at which A Fitzpatrick Mr OCallaghan presides He is book wuii an inc etceteras i nose present were I A E Patrick formerly Mason Profs Preston Cleland Crooks Kennedy keeper and has various other duties In February 20th 6 miles south west Pulliam Hagcrman and Greene Messrs the rear of this room is the office of the Richmond on the waters of Silver R R Burnam W L Crutcher and Dr walking boss Mr Johnson of VirCreek sell at public auction a number of A Wilkes Smith ginia who keeps the time of all good mules ond cows a large quanity of In another room is the At the next meeting the subject of Sin- the employees tobacco and all her farming implements Commissary managed by Mr Joe Puig gle Tax will be discussed and at the same time rent out her farm of while in still another room is the dining Off For New Vork 5S a room for various attaches of the firm E R Vories Will Yories and Walter The business transacted at this house is The power and prevalence of the Schoolfield having arranged to open a surprisingly large and unusually compliGrippe was forcibly illustrated in the large Clothing and Gents Furnishing cated opening of Common Pleas Court Mon establishment in Richmond Kv have The colored people of Nicholasville and day Clerk Fox and deputies were ill in gone to New York to purchase goods for bed Judge Scott was sick and a number of that market The people of Richmond vicinity were excited last week over the action of the trustees of the colored Cem- Â¬ the jurors were unable to attend After will find all the members of the firm hondue consideration Judge Scott adjourned orable polite and exceedingly clever gen etery who sold the right of way through R N I B The until Monday Winchester Democrat tlemen They are a I of them of long the cemetery to the railroad began to exhume the bodies experience in the mercantile business and tMMl SUUUttKK inin that line Mr Schoolfield is a whereupon the colored people held an B H Neale offers the services of an fait Mr dignation meeting and resolved rather hummer at a salesman possessed of a several excellent stallions in this issue pointedly against the trustees and with sHu Her in modo that is irresistable and Look at their pedigrees and prices and see of the Mayor of the town when descanting upon the quality- - of his the assistance if you dont think a good opportunity is had the work stopped But the trustees goods becomes a spell binder offered you Richmond is to be congratulated upon came forward and showed that they held in fee simple to the grounds and Variety Star so valuable an acqusitition to her class of deeds contended that they had a right to do as Mr M J Hill proprietor of the Variety merchants and the county in general of that handsome and rapidly growing little they pleased Finally a compromise was Store next to Farmers National Bank affected by which the trustees transferred otters some unprecedented bargains in to Â¬ city Owen Newt the title from themselves as individuals to days Climax He is a decidedly live Bonn Towns themselves at trustees and sold the land man and has been used to selling at a Great interest is manifested in the lot to the railroad for enough money to buy profit of I or 2 cents Give him a call sales of Beattyville Pineville Middles another and better cemetery So work borough and Big Stone Gap A public on the railroad continues and the removal UeattyriMe Oae Hundred lean Agt We have in our possession the manu sale took place at Pineville last week of bodies will be carried out The colored and the Messenger of that place sayt cemetery in Richmond was directly in script of a gentleman who lived at Boones It was in some respects the most remark- the line of the R N I B but not behorough more than a century ago It sho s that he bought three thousand acres able public sale of lots on record Seventy-n- ing able to agree the road went a little lots were sold in all and the ag north of land at Three Forks ot Kentucky ine gregate of the entire sale was 12069602 River soon after his arrival here from The people of Jessamine county reached Vincent Borcing of London was the Virginia a sensible conclusion in their railroad largest purchaser meeting Saturday before last They asA Iorlrii After the Pineville sale Mr Cornwall The portrait of Judge James Flanagan of Louisville exhibited maps of Beatty- sembled at the Court House in no large which was prepared under the direction ville and 6old numerous lots On the nurrfbers however to see if there was any of the local bar was hunt in the Court streets here a number of Beattyville sales thing they ought to do or ought not to room Monday The portrait is a faithful have been consumated the past few days do in regard to their bonds stock and B likeness of the venerable Judge and was Options were given here yesterday for ten other matters relative to the RN I Rumors had been circulated of painted by Miss Kathcrine Helm to thirty minutes on lots at fabulous prices Railroad Win chester Democrat On Wednesday a delegation left here ways that are dark and tricks that are vain Several for Middlesborough and Big Stone Gap on the part of the railroad A Sew Fira Talks speeches were made and after a time the and on Friday another party left Messrs Fitzpatrick Si Phelps announce meeting resolved that there is nothing on Scientific American a column elsewhere in todays Climax the part of the county to be done until the tlieir intention to furnish the public with No matter what may transpire the Sci- railroad is built and tendered to the County an excellent line of farming implements entific American comes every week laden Court Then if it should be a good and hardware stoves tinware cutlery and a wih all the new mechanical ideas of im- acceptable road receive it and the coun long lict of soforths Sec what they have portance excellently illustrated and graph- tys stock and turn over the county bonds to say and profit thereby Besides it treats of vari- Â¬ to the Company ically described If it should not be a Take for instance good and acceptable road refuse it That ous other subjects rirt Ilivi4e4 It contains an article on is the correct view to take of the situation the last issue Collector Burnam has promoted Col J macadamized roads plan for elevated It is entirely with the railroad Company A Totnhaa on from a storekeepers place streets in crowded cities extermination of as to the character of road they build and to a deputy collecrorship His territory American game Armstrong 9 inch can- as to whether or not it is done in the precomprises the counties of Mercer Ander- non natural gas at Findlay Ohio influx scribed time It is entirely with the son Boyle and Jessamine and embraces of foreign capital natural history notes County Court to say whether or not the twenty eight distilleries This was made he adulteration of confectionery the city road is a good and sufficient one and necessary by the transfer of Anderson of Rio Dc Janerio South America Mr when so convinced to order the trustee to county to Col Burnams district as that Lonllards new steam launch agricul- Â¬ deliver the bonds to the Company No made the district considerably larger and tural and industrial products of Turkey on the bonds interest is accurring one deputy could not do the work The developing genius high and low tension all matured coupons being clipp office pays 6 a lay and expense and electric circuits before being delivered to the Numbers of other sub- - e Capt Tomlinson is well qualiried for the jectt arc set forth at length Really the railroad Company and therefore there is Pla Harrodsburg oor Danville Ad to- - j Scientific American hat no equal in itt plenty of time for arranging for tax colI tte- line The subscription rate is reasonable lecting -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -1 fear that there has been so ain and such little freeze that the and ik lands will break up tough and cloddy brawn The Chicago Presbytery voted in of revising the West Minster Confession ot Faith Dave Martin savs wait till the boom strikes Frogtown and he will let you in on the ground floor It is said the flowers that bloom in the spring have nothing to do with the case tut how about these that have bloomed here In mid winter In Baltimore a darkey has been sent to jai six months for carrying concealed a Wrong you had as well punish razor hin for eating water melons or riding mules for hes built that way and cant help it Who collared you asked a man of Mr George Pickles upon observing a car load of horse collars piled up in front of his saddlers shop Wooley of Cincinwas the reply nati If you had said Wild and Woolly I would have believ- Â¬ ed it responded the man Mr Frank Murphy will leave Baltimore on the 9th of February for Rome to pre sent to Pope Leo a copy of Cardinal Gib borss book entitled OurChristlan HerThe copy intended for the Pope itage was prepared with special care as to bind- Â¬ ing c which is of the most durable and cosily character It will be the gift of the publishers Baltimore Sun A man who would be funny it he could saw the Century Club assembling at the Glyndon Friday night and not knowing the name of the Club remarked that the Anarchists are gathering for a meeting A Louisville man who hen to night has done more or less reportorial work on the Falls City papers took one of the pro prietors aside and asked if there was any chaicc for him to gel into the meeting as he lad never been among the Anarchists Madison county has four patients in the Fee jle minded Institute at Frankfort The whele number in the Institute is 141 Richmond Climax The Climax is silent as to the feeble min Jed fpllows of that county who are not in the Institute Speak out neighbor and People will find you be candid with us out iny way Winchester Sun Speak out neighbor and be candid with us hey r Well if we must be candid with you we must we think you ought to go along to the Institute and join the three already there from your county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A bundle of spider webs not larger than a buckshot and weighing less than a drachm would if straightened out and untangled reach a distance of 350 miles There are many accidents and dis eases which affect Stock and cause se rious inconvenience and loss to the far mer in his work which may be quickly remedied by the use of Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment 27 99 Tbe foreign trade of the United King dom duriiiK the year 1889 was the larr esi ever Known in the whole history of the country Never since trading first other ear commenced between alien nations has DUl XKKXNKSS LIUIliR HABIT In all there existed a nation which transacted so enormous a business as Great Britain the World there is but One Cure did with the rest of the world during Dr Haines tiolden Speeiflr It can be given in a cup of tei or cnlTt e the past twelve months favor Without llu- kuuwliMige cif Hie person Â¬ Â¬ The accounts of Breck 4 Phelps have been placed in my hands for collection I cm be found at J A Sullivans office on Firt Street for the next thirty days After Ibat time suit will be brought on all unpaid accounts irreective of Color politics or church membership P H SULLIVAN Feb 10 1890 TINWARE LIGHT HARDWARE NOTIONS STAT10HERY 35 39 PRICES WAT BELOW ALL COMPETITION Dissolution Notice l Â¬ RELIGIOUS Â¬ Rev Dr Talmage and family have returned from their tour of Europe and Asia including the Holy Land At the Christian Church Sunday morning Mr II L Perry and bride nte Hart sang a duet Both nave good voices and acquitted themselves most gracefully Rev H T Daniels was unanimously called last Sunday to the charge of the Baptist Church He will formally accept next Sunday at which time he hopes to see all the members especially present and those who feel tn interest He is highly spoken of both as preacher and pastor The church is indeed fortunate in securing such s leader The following were baptised last Sunday night Miss Bessie Clark John Clark and Mr An- Â¬ dersen Mr and Mrs Daniels will board with Wm Goodloe where they hope to see a their friends Mr Daniels salary is oC0 and a parsonage Citizen Rev Sidney S McRoberts died at his home in Stanford in his 83rd year He was well known throughout the entire State was a graduate of Centre College a prominent minister and in the year 1S39 married a Miss Riser of Bardstown Af-Â¬ ter his marriage he became editor of a religious paper in Louisville which posi- Â¬ tion I e filled with credit until forty three when he returned to Stanford and acted in the capacity of pastor in the Presbyterian Church and teacher of the Seminary till 1S58 During his eventful and grand career he was Lincolns Circuit Clerk for eight vears Master Commissioner and had a connection with the surveyors office during which public life he it is said did more or that county than any man ever in it Lancaster News Ot more than usual interest for thinking people is the address of the Hon Wm L Wilbon of West Virginia at the anniversary meeting of the Youn Mens Chris tian Association last evening It dealt with the actual attitude of the masses of working people toward existing church agencies The new organization of industry has caused a shifting of social elements a new stratification of industrial society It has been stated by Prof Ely that the great body of workingmen espec Â¬ ially those enrolled in the great labor or Â¬ ganizations are becoming alienated from the church If this be the case such or ganizations as the Young Mens Christian Association have an important work to perforin in Mr Wilsons opinion in bringing questions affecting the higher life home to the minds of persons who do not attend the churches Baltimore Sun Elder R CCave of the Central Chris tun Church of St Louis whose heterodoxy has furnished a theme for religious discussion during the past month came OJt boldly Sunday and announced from the pulpit that he was not a Christian and tendertd his resignation as a minister Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10 quart Milk Pan o 10ct Big Cooking Fork Fitzpatrick was The firm of FJreck dissolved on Friday February 7 189X 10c Pearing Knife steel Big Wash Basin a F Breck retiring A F Bkkpk 2 4 3c Big Curry Cmb loc Tin Pie Plate FlTZPATKICK W loo 8c Fine Whl k Brooms 2 quart covered Bucket We hae this day formed a partner ICC I2c 8 IaciiPlat Kl ship in the Hardware busfne s under 1 gallon covered Bucket the style and firm name of Fitzpatrick Hardware Stores will charge 14 quart Dish Pan 20c A Phelps We assume the indebted taking Fitzpatrick ness of Breck it effecting h speedy and parauuiwit cure you 20c for this same file When nature falters and requires 14 qt Dish Pan all one piece- 30c whether tbe patient is u traOBSrass drinker ot W C FI PATRICK hii aloobalie wreck Taoasaada oi dntakanla help recruit her enfeebled energies D M PHELPS have iKen eurit w lu have litken the Golden with Dr Turkey-Ht-5c Handkerchiefs J H McLeans Strengthen 14 quart Milk Pail 18c Big 35 38 Friday Feb 7 1890 specific iu their coffee without tlieir knowl edge and to day llink tliey quit drinking of ing Cordial and Blond Purifier SI per au their own freewill No liiiriufu eOool re bottle 27 39 8c 24 Sheets Fine Writing Paper 2qurt Cup sults from lis administration tures ijiiiiran teed Send for circular aiul rail particulars Festival week at Augusta Ga under Address in confidence Golden Uracil ic to 6 fine Teaspoons 5c 25 Good Euvelopes OF THE iso lUce Ml Cincinnati O the auspices of the Carnival Associa J7 4 fine Tablespoons 5c 12 Sheets Foolscap Paper At the meeting of the Baltimore chy tion was one of unalloyed pleasure to JEFFERSON DAVIS the citizens aud the thousands of visi- HON TO school board the committee on accounts 35c 6 Lead Peueils f Eagle Co Solid Steel Hammer 1 pound reported that tlieir estimate of total tors to the city The association carriBY 0c expenses of the schools for the year ed out all its projects on a grander scale 10c Gents Lineu Collars cover Good sized Stew Pan than orignally contemplated despite 1890 is 9o5500 of wbicli 656000 is for MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS 8c Mens Work ShirU Good Bam Lock salaries 50000 for books aud station which the festivities closed with money 5c up ery 30000 for Manual Training in the treasury 18c Socks and Hose from 3 quart Coffee and Tea Pots School and for Annex schools 72000 Physicians prescribe Dr J H Mc TO be SOLD by SUBSCRIPTION Only 00 Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm iu it 10c 2 Spools Best Cotton Thread for salaries and 22 000 for sundries Smaller Coffee and Tea Pots they find no trace of opium or morphia The prospectus and complete outfit for The total estimate is 68000 increase while its efficacy in curing all 4c KfCome and see for yourself throat or canvassing will be ready immediately Big Cooking Spoon over the estimate for 1889 and 107900 lung diseases is wonderful 27 39 Agents Wishing Desirable Territory over tbe actual expenditures of 1889 The New Orleans Picayune proposes on this great work will please address Residence with 6 rooms cellar and that the South promptly answer Mr as soon as possible the publishers 2 cisterns 2 acre lot barn pond and Ingallsa slur at the Southern heroes by BELFORD COMPANY line orchard For sale privately erecting au imposing monument to the 18 22 East 18th Stkeet New York 33- 35- J P REEVES most conspicuous of them all JefferMr II II Flagler one of the coal oil son Davis which will testify to the ad 1390 Stallions for Service kings has sent his check for 250 as a miration of a great people for unflinch 1800 ing patriotism devotion to principle contribution to the Grady monument fund at Atlanta Although a Northern and heroic self sacrifice man and a Republican Mr Flagler rersons who lead a life or exposure are cubject to rheumatism neuralgia 100 CASH WITH RETURN PRIVILEGE was a warm admirer of Mr Grady aud lumbago and will find a valuable Sick headache wind on the stomach remedy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic UIIoubmbb nausea are promptly and Oi Liniment it will banish pain aud HALL y0ATCC agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc subdue inflammation 27 39 Rrofher to Bell Vara in a race 23S Leans Little Liver aud Kidney Fillets 25c a vial Jolin C Patterson who was rnblied and both out of the dam of Ueorgiette 27 39 Limited to 10 good marea on December 2S while staudiug at the 2194 A party of Chicago lumbermen have try 50 to insure a mare In foal First Door West of Farmers National Bank Delaware Bank counter in Wilming formed a company with a subscribed 35 ton Del of a box continuing ll8im capita of 5300000 and purchased 17 in securities got back the plunder 000 acres of Sautee river swamp land through Philadelphia detectives The iu South Carolina which is well timplunder hail been conveyed to Canada 222 PACING bered with oak gum and cypress and Its recovery entailed intricate and 25 cash with return privilege Are you rest leas at night and harass delicate negotiations and the expendiB H NEALE P O Box 414 ed by a bad cough Le Dr J H Mc ture of 3500 35 40 Richmond Kv Leans Tar Wine Lung Halm it will secure you sound sleep and effect a Many Persons 27 39 prompt and radical cure Arc broken down from overwork or household cares Itrnnna I nn Itlllaaa There are forty five veterans of the rebuilds the system aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria jet the genuine late war iu the Iowa Legislature AND Mine Castanet a lion tamer entered FOIt nVSPKIsilA Imr llrMvn Iron Hittrrs the cage at Brussels recently to sepaIhvsieians recommend it rate a lion aud a hyena which were per bottle Genuine All dcslcrs keep it tl ha trade mark aud crossed red lines on wrapper fighting aud although the iion had 9 35 formerly beeu much attached to her Prof Alfred Brown a professor of he then threw himself upon her and was convicted at West mangled her terribly and probably famedicine P tally before the attendants could rescue ni Vril Iul r 1 licing medicine without a diploma and her oe- using incautatious and voodoo methods and seutenced to three years imAt my residence in Madison county John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ Ky 6 miles South West of Richmond prisonment and 70 fine Ky carries im- Â¬ near the waters of Hilver Creek I will Donelson has a quantity of new sul mond at public mense stocks of Salt Lime dispose Aofnumber of aucliou the follow kies surries and buggies of the newest ing aud most popular patterns and at very Cement and Hair the best PRICE BY IN TOWN CONSIDERING 5- reasonable figures Farm Machinery and Im- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ d Â¬ 1U Â¬ Â¬ y 1 WE MAKE PENNY CHANGE Â¬ VATICAN 229 BARGAINS WITHOUT END 1 Â¬ LIGHT 3VC O Â¬ HILL VANDAL WILKES Â¬ THE COURT Â¬ Â¬ SALE RENTING OdFgm 890 Hi Â¬ - for Sale -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware THE Cutlery Christian Keid one of the most popular of Southern novelists is the daughter of Col Fisher of North Cai olina after whom Fort Fisher was named He was one of the first Con federate officers killed during the civil wrr Â¬ plements Sulkies Gear and the best line of Groceries in the market 41- GOOD WORK MULES And Milk Cows Pwinilfi nf 1 nun i Fitzpatrick 0 Phelps - TfkM1 Th Ten thousand bushels of Irish potatoes wanted by Covington Arnold X Bro Will pay the highest market price 34-3- Bangor Me is a smart city It fur ulshes its own electric lights and finds that they cost only 13 cents per night each Â¬ 1 RANGE is tie Best Stove Bit One Combined Mower Children will freely take Dr J H McLsaus Tar Wiue Lung Balm un- All Kinds of Farming Tools Isaac Franks of Viola Texas has an like cough syrups it contains no opium We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe autograph album in which is the fo- will soothe and heal any disease of tbe c One 4 Horse Wagon Buy it try it and you cant deny it W is the best plow made llowing sentiment written by the late throat or lungs quicker than any other 27 39 Hon Jefferson Davis at Beauvoir remedy will reut to the highest bidder also handle the ALSO Miss December 10 1887 Btrive to leave when life on earth is ended that good name which virtue only will com maud Having closed out my grocery and 40 ACRES of whicli are iu wheat 113 Advice to Mothers gone on the road I desire to wind up ACRES iu grass Mrs WrxsLows Soothibg biKcp thouMalwtyt My accounts are in the ihe business Terms made known 011 day of sale b used when children are cutting tetth It re We have already sold Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market Ueves the Uulesnffererit once it produces natural Respectfully hands of J D Feeney for collection q diet sleep and the little cherub awaken as blight a number of them Mrs A E Patkick a a button It Is very pleasant to taste It Please pay him 35 40 formerly Mason soothes the child softeisthegumxallaysiill pain 36 36 L T WILSON Â¬ and Reaper PLOWS Is the best made we carry a large stock of them SETTLE U P 1158 Acres of Land Big Injun Plow We regulates the bowels and is the best known remsdy for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other causes Twenty fire cents a bottle THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL carry a large line of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS BRIDLES LINES HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS 6 5 Mrs Droe Ickee of Columbus Ohio is 14 years old and a widow ATTENTION Â¬ FARMERS Eveiylrody knowing themselves in debted to me are requested to call and settle at once I need the money and must have it Will be found at my old drugstore CESMITH 32 35 ML -- IS THE BEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR pofe7 M and everything necessary to hitch np Also foil sets oi Wagon HARNESS AVE Ex President Cleveland has sold his lKt particle of real estate in Buffalo N Y OM Exposure to rough weather getting fawet living iu damp localities are vorable to the contraction of diseases of lie kidneys and bladder As a preventive and for the cure of all Kid ney anil liver trouble use that valuable remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and 27 39 per bottle Kidney Balm The school board of 8t Louis reject Â¬ ed the free text book system in 1887 by a vote of 10 to 8 and again in 18S8 by II to 10 Blt last week the free text He sells the BISSELL CHILLED PLOW the best all pnrpose Plow book was adopted by a vote of 16 to 5 He is also the Factorys Agent for the celebrated in nse And so the plan is being adopted the couutry over In New York city 240 000 children were supplied with textbooks last year for 150000 Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ HANDLE ALL KINDS OK GARDEN FARMING AND IMPLEMENTS FL O W j SI We keep on hand for inspection a num- Â¬ ber of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY Call and eee our goods and prices we will suit you Â¬ SOLED COMPORT Burnam 33 32 class insurance companies Hume are agents for first Try them SULKY PLOW and Joseph Greer John E Madden Lexington Kya brown dam 3 years old by Declaration Nellie Draco for 1500 L S Record Full stock of HOES RAKES CULTIVATORS Call and see it I have the and FARMING IMPLEMENTS of every description Ella Ohio has sold to best ROAD CART MADE Call and see next noor to Post Office iv f pope FITZPATRICK 35- PHELPS i - Main Street Richmond Ky PntS hows thro fered to have coffee made by his grand- Â¬ riila daughter assuring them thit it would be A tale of shipwreck in the southern much better coffee Dom Pedro consent Â¬ of Save Islanders and tle romance ed and a quarter of an hour later he was of a modern Robinson Crusoe is what sipping an odoriferous cup of coffee by CapC William Gooding tells He was the side of M Karrs granddaughter who 1 the commander of the Portland bark had prepared it The emperor was amiaThink Carefully and buy from us Tewksbnry Sweet lost in the South Pa- Â¬ ble unpretentious as usual and the young f Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest cific last spring and has just arrived in lady suddenly asked him whether he had this city on his way to his home at Yar- Â¬ visited the college of Canned 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered mouth He and his crew had been given Not yet said he but I shall go be- Â¬ 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place 216 W Main up for dead and the first intelligence cause I take great interest in anything that they were still alive was received relating to education of children Honestly Is Our Motto about two weeks ago Their escape from Then your majesty will undoubtedly death by the wreck and from the savages act in conformity with tradition 7 Investigate Thoroughly You Do Not Know Us If makes an interesting story What tradition miss B The stani h American bark sailed from Bay Frequently If You Would Please Us It is that whenever an emperor or a New Cattle New South Wales on March king visits a college he caus one day of Sdl Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim 17 for Hong Kong On April 9 6he en- Â¬ vacation to be given to the students countered a gale and was carried ashore And what interest do you have in that PAY lK OlITLY Is Our Earnest Request on Susanne reef near Poseat Island one the scholars of the Cannes college should of the Caroliuas A very high wind wa3 have a day of vacation i EX COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead you blowing at the time and the surf was It is because my brother is there and running high The vessel commenced to he would come and spend that day with rid and make us happy go to pieces soon after she struck Noth Â¬ us ing was saved from the vessel but one I would have some objections to make chronometer The crew escaped in one to extraordinary vacations but inasmuch of one of the ships boats and managed as your motive is so good I am vanwith great difficulty to reach a small quished Ou returning to Cannes I will islet to the northward From this islet immediately pay my visit to the college after the storm had subsided they made And in fact the tyrant as M DKAIKRS m the island of Poseat which is inhabited Karr says kept his word and the next by fierce savages day my grandson came to send the day ALL KINDS F II KDWARE STOVES TINWARE As the boat approached the island a with us Pau Cor New York Tribune N fleet of canoes put off from the shore IDEXWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS There were about thirty canoes with CANCELED STAMPS ad Wagon Makers Tools and Material eight or ten men in each ail armed with knives and spears Some of the savages If Any One lla Three or Font Millions He ALL KINDS ot METAL HOOFING and GUTTERING in their eagerness jumped overboard and Can Find a Good Market for Them swam to the boat each with a long PLOWS WAOnNS FARMING IM ELEMENTS Has any one 1 000000 stamps or 500000 wicked knife held between his teetlu or 100000 The man who his long bten HAY RAKES WHEELBAKK Wv The first savages reached the boat wanted by people who live saved up in was FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC ETC clambered thenuntil the boat to nearly 6taruis and who have jealously guarded swamped they began strip the them for years has been found He ac- Â¬ sailors of their coats and outer garments tually buys canceled stamps by the millLOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND TOU WILL FIND US throwing the garments aboard their own ion or hundred thousand This cheerful canoes The men were soon despoiled of news is given for the benefit of those everything but their undershirts Then who have cried out fior information from the whole fleet drew in towards the time to time But the man who buys land The savages all this time had them does not expect to see them re- Â¬ 43- July N 1889 ii mon n Kv kept up a tremendous din of shouting deemed nor is he trying to relieve the and singing and the crowd of women sufferings of those who have carefully and children on the shore were dancing hoarded the green uns the three cent and jumping about with shouts and stamp and the five cent stamp and the cries The sailors expected no better stamp of all kinds treatment than to be killed and eaten But the seekers of wealh by stamp -- AND but as they learned afterward the na- selling are not likely to acquire great tives of this island are not cannibals fortunes in this way If they have only Wliile the shipwrecked crew were colltrted a few thousand oi even 100 standing surrounded by the noisy crowd 000 they would better become discour- Â¬ a man dressed as all the others with aged and give it up for the wholesale only a cloth about his hips came formarket price of canceled postage stamps ward and spoke to them in English He unless for some particular reason they HEBE WK COMK aUAIN WITH gave his name as Charles Irons an are extrinsically more valuable is 100 TO BE KXLAKOEIr AM Englishman by birth and offered to a million And that is 10 a hundred A FRESH LOT OK HOKE render any assistance possible It seems thousand that he was left at Poseat by a trading Why do I buy postage stamps said vessel about four years ago his business G B Caiman of No 229 Petri street to being to represent traders on the Cocoa a Tribune reporter Why to sell them nut Islands but the vessel never called of course for Irons since leaving him and he had Wlio wants them -- FOK THK On account of t lie Inconvenience that gradually assumed the habits of the If people did not want them I cerHe finally became like them in tainly should not buy them will occur I herefrom we have decided natives appearance and manner He had taken tosfll out our enormous stock of Give one instance of a reasonable de-Â¬ to himself seven wives and was regard- Â¬ mand for them ed by the natives as a man of importance Well there is a big cigarette company second only to the chief of the tribe which has a canceled stamp on a picture lie the best of everything Irons had even forgotten many of the which is given away with every box of common details of civilization but he cigarettes The company uses millions and give you the was of good service to the castaways of them no doubt saving the lives of them all Another A day or two after landing at Poseat A certain publication gives a stamp Capt Gooding who had become un- Â¬ book for so many coupons the coupons certain about his reckoning of time and going with Um ajer not knowing exactly whether the day What kind of stamps do you buy r uaboanded thanks was Thursday or Friday asked Irons if All kinds he knew what day of the week it was But who wants common green two If Large li t of customers who Irons answered that he did not and cent stamps Tmtj are not rare AT A liberally more than that he did not know what Well they are less common in West- Â¬ year it was He interested himself in ern Bulgaria than in New York city I and penalise to treat1 tlx m as well behalf of the shipwrecked men and hired buy stamps in all parts of Europe and in the future U in the Mast canoe from the natives From now until the builJero begin and t Capt Gooding Second Mate George W bring them to America and I ship American stamps to all parts of Europe aaf lu i as glad to see new comidete their work Harrison and one of the ships crew set How many stamps do you buy a will be a rare oppor sail ten days after their arrival leaving year- cut I bought over 5000000C last year tunity for the people of Richmond the rest of the men and First Mate Rich- Â¬ ard Watchman seven men in all at For fifteen vears I have averaged about and Madison county to get the Poseat The captain and his men made 20000000 their way from island to island touch- Â¬ What becomes of them ing at eight different points and making Think of all the shops wiere stamps est t dariiett Houw stops at each varying from two days to are sold A great many pKple make a month They the stamps They have ever received from any where there is finally arrived at Ruk collections andin tliis way are all gath- Â¬ a missionary station ered for them for our stock is one of the Here they were cared for by the mission- Â¬ source What do you pay for stamps be t and largest in aries and obtained the use of the boat be- Â¬ One hundred dollars for 000000 of longing to the station The missionaries any kind I dont care wliat they are did not like to let them have the boat I will take them But I pay a great deal because if deprived of it they would be more for rare ones of course SomeThis is no catch penny to got rid exposed to danger of attack from natives times people find old stamps which have and deprived of only means of lying around for but we are in earnest leaving the island theirfinally gave con- Â¬ been are very valuable years Frequently but they aliout everything we say sent The missionaries also told them Suppose you were to get an order to that had they come ashore at Poseat with for We have all the latest styles in any valuables the natives would certainly dav Yes 50000000 could you fill it CO con- GORMLEY have killed them as they had others In Would you buy as manv in their elegant boose the missionary boat a stanch center Yes SU lin and Seeoad hoarder the captain made sail back to How do you handle them npied We have all the latest styles in Poseat He then returned with his crew Those packing cases there are full of to the missionary island Two months thm You see the stamps are assorted a drug store later the missionary vessel Morning Star and put up in envelopes and boxed for MENS SHOES AND BOOTS arrived and took them all to Honolulu shipment It would not pay would it to count We have all the best makes and where they arrived Nov 18 From Honolulu Capt Gooding and part of the 1000000 two cent stamps how do you latest styles in crew were brought by steamer Australia manage that MADE TO ORDER oi the best to San Francisco Portland Me Cor We can estimate them almost pre-Â¬ cisely by weight materials and by the best work- Misses and Childrens Shoes St Louis Post Dispatch So canceled stamps really have a men We have a full stock of DOM PEDRO IN EUROPE market value Boots ling Blankets Horse If they did not as I Baid before I Weights Spurs Stirrups HI Vllt to Pan Recall an Anecdote Show Â¬ should not buy them Bring round 1 Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains ing How He Paid for a Cnp of Coffee 000000 or 2000000 in boxes or bales Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles The whole of the American colony and see for yourself Then are few We have the largest line of things in these days that are allowed to here and it is a pretty large one yearly Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck And he picked up a packattracted to this valley by the mildness go to waste larness Oils Harness Soaps ot the climate was much interested last age of foreign stamps and gave them to Serajk rs Curry the reporter as a nest egg New York Sunday morning in the announcement tiding and Driving Bits Gktgr that the exiled emperor of Brazil was on Tribune Fancy Bridles Trace Chains his way from Lisbon to Cannes and that Hair Heron Half Stork Hsaae Strings and everything We have the best selection of he would stay for a few days here On The Zoological gardens have just re-Â¬ his arrival he was warmly greeted by niring to a completi ceived several specimens of the umbrette friends and by the crowd of sympathetic dlry and Harness Sbop A sightseers But no official reception was which has not been exhibited since the alty of year 1884 It is however fairly common of the OrThe market affords such as Knox tendered to the father-in-laleans Count of Eu in the city which was throughout the Cape colony and in other Light Road Track Harness Srtii An Stetson Fkit Hats the cradle of Henry IV the ancestor and parts of Africa and extends its range to Madagascar It is one of those birds We have an abundant sup first crowned king of the Bourbon-Orlean- s irmley made the harness with aaaF family The exiled emperor was which has proved a difficulty to the sys Satae S ana her great Buf ply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts which by a large suite among tematise for it does not fit accurately also that with which Suspenders Cents Uosierv Arc accompanied falo i into any classificatory scheme It is half them the Count and Countess of Eu ill to be COST Bell Vara raised herself from 8 Dom Pedro and his suite entered carri- Â¬ a heron and half a stork with a general appearance which is unlike that of either 10 AT COST At Cost AT COST ages and were driven to the Hotel Gas On the whole in its structure it comes sion where apartments had been re Â¬ WARRANTED ALL WORE He looked a great nearer to the heron and it has the rather Jive us a call and see for your- tained for them melancholy demeanor of that bird It 41 40 deal older than the last time he was here self Respectfully Curiously his beard has turned from gray to pure lives upon fish and frogs enough it is looked upon by some of the white but he has preserved his vivacity especially when he is engaged in discuss- Â¬ natives of both Africa and Madagascar ing scientific questions which he has as a bird of evil augury In Africa it is not given up amidst his troubles He held to be sacred and to possess the power iOa it has inquired already for books which of witchcraft There is something poret Street IwvillfiKj Original Designs would assist him in the study of the tentous and solemn about the lhavior of net fcir and roautm all these herons and bitterns wjuch easily Dom Pedro intends Basque language A tka awl aa4 r raJit aawUftai phjmum It mm pr m j w OF AUTISTI- Cii imn also to visit the grotto of Lourdes The accounts for the origin of these legends Cnrei all form of PRTVATX place is not far distant from Pau and it Occasionally the umbrette relaxes the CKRONIC and SEXUAL Vlz- is probable that the emperor will stay at severity of iu demeanor and executes a IjperzxiAtorrhea ad Iaipotoncy Lourdes only when he has made up his fantastic dance with outspread wings tt mt9mV mhmm iu wmmt la asw mind to leave Pau anl to start for It is also a bird of refined and aesthetic araaa Mum a frig rHarue Hj ri- far- Cannes where he intends to spend the tastes which are not shared by its imo mediate kinsmen the herons and storks iisaa a winter iritaM tompmmfm m wmmwfBf ai ia rt u mm acrii tv The emperors approaching departure It adorns its nest with buttons fragfor Cannes recalls to mind an anecdote ments of pottery bits of glass and any carat related by Aiphonse Karr who after other bright looking objects which come K Is aaV arMcat Utat a par aMaa fym uwohI mmmttm mm aawasn m Maastac sai a si having published many novels which in its way The nest itself is enormous nearly six feet across and its interior Wfcfm It taaoataawaa to Wfiiiiaai t nias as an aap gained him celebrity and competence ar laiBfaat otsbibotw aa b asaa fnvatsij divided into three chambers This is an was converted into a strong Catholic aad wfew a mmi m mmm aTw tat Cktm GaarutaW is all CtM and gave up light literature for garden- Â¬ unheard of luxury esiicially as it only twasaoJly m mj toaar aa4 Itit ing His greenhouses and conser va tories lays two eggs and does not take in any Cm ran twitlissJ cwtswaaaw otnetty aasiftaaaiiai in the environs of Nice are famous lodgers such as cuckoos London Daily PRIVATE COUNSELOR throughout Europe and their flavoring News Of 7 wa mm to mt sw wfili mbM as IW ML tea FImM - TA Artlrr products are sold at very high prices New Street Car Store Obwttitaiiiiiira humiuirt though their owner and producer is more The Electric Railway company at Des of an amateur than a professional gar- Â¬ dener His renown attracts all kinds of Moines la has received two petroleum oil stoves a new invention for heating people to his place called St Raphael i A He was not surprised to see a few years purposes The inventors claim for them f r ago Dom Pedro II paying him a visit safety and the most satisfactory and only escorted by his secretary and his cheapest heat appliances for cars The doctt r The emperor during the friend- Â¬ stoves are placed underneath the seat are entirely out of the way and if satis- Â¬ ly conversation said to M Karr factory in their operation will certainly I am quarreling with this gentleman big improvement over the car prove Dr Motto Moia because he would stoves a The invention is a new one the have me to sleep ten or twelve hours having been secured by u Chicago the half of life I want to sleep as little patentwho have given them a thorough as possible and I think that five or six firm test New York Telegram hours are enough Sire answered M Karr the ques-Â¬ Heaviest Rains oa Beeotd tion has been dictatorial- - settled by an About 100000000 cubic feet or nearly authority before which Dr Moia will how AND willingly it is the Salerne faculty which 8000000 tons of rain bare fallen in LOWEST CONSISTENT PRICES says that six hours ere sufficient seven Eureka so far this winter estimating the may be allowed to lazy people but eight area of the city at two and a quarter Wc bve Um liritettt traie inTeutral square miles It congealed this quantity Kentucky and guarantee oat inf act ion never to anybody I accept that decision answered the of water would make a mass of ice cov Â¬ for j rices nn1 informaWrite tion before ordering any bltleof work emperor and after a few minutes more ering four blocks and extending up of conversation he took leave of Alphouse higher than any redwood tree in the WM APAM8 A SOX Importers Karr saying that the doctor and himself county And still it rains Lumboldt 4JM8 Lexington Ky wanted to have a cup of coffee at the buf Cai Times Th It - tiTTTf J I THE ABSOLUTE MONARCH A mighty king long long ago With voice of grief and face of wos To his court wizard did THE 10 COMMANDMENTS LOST IN THE SOUTH SEA Fncoonter by a Slilpi Crew fet of the railroad station laefore taking The literary gardener ofthe train Â¬ Â¬ SHACKELFORD GENTRY Â¬ Â¬ SHACKELFORD GENTRY BOOT RING STILL IN THE Â¬ SHOE HOUSE Â¬ Groceries kri PRICES RemodeleD NEW iVie Boots Shoes HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS Great SACRIFICE fjtfThis Â¬ Hagan Chenault Biggest Bargains CENTRAL KENTUCKY GORMLEY 3 Â¬ StDDUS 180 IK Ladies Shoes Sables and Harness Infants Shoes In tli BOYS SHOES Â¬ HATS Â¬ Â¬ I DR RICE5 WALLACE New and RICE Â¬ fllES abi MOH MEHTS - In Granite and Marble Â¬ di - First Class i Â¬ Mono county Bemarkable Cave About Diamond Sam Tyack the enterprising lessee of Colorless diamonds are usually the Preparation Already la Hand for the most valuable but a colored stone with the syndicate brok into a natural cave Prcenttiril of Till Tear fetches as high a price in the mine a few days ago about 200 Although the Passion Play at Ober an exquisite tint feet from the surface and discovered Hope diamond ammergau will not be given until nearly as any The famous which weighs about 144J troy grains manv things of interest to the student of seven months hence the work of prepa- Â¬ The miners were putting be worth 25000 is of a archaeology ration is going on vigorously in the little and is said to superb sapphire blue color Large dia- Â¬ in a hole when the drill suddenly disapÂ¬ village consecrated to this art A corare very rare peared much to their astonishment A respondent of Th3 Loudon Standard monds of tho first water and in the whole of Europe at the pres- couple of holes of less depth were thenÂ¬ writing from Berlin says The building of more than drilled and fired which made an aperinclosing the ctage is almost finished and ent time there are only five is A carat 100 carats weight 3i grains ture through which the men entered a already tcxreit aloft in noble simplicity troy The largest of these is the gem chamber alout forty feet square and preserving in its outward form the archiwhich quito as high the sides and roof of tectural style of a Grecian temple In of the imperial scepter of Russia which were chalcedony bulged out in all came from India the interior the work of staying and The others are the Pitt or Regent dia- Â¬ sorts of grotesque and fantastic shapes proping the covering and decorations of govern- Â¬ Sammy entered first and swinging his to the the side wall and back grounds is going mond belongingthe jewel French Napoleon used candle aroml caught sight of a score of ment this was Â¬ busily forward The staging for the curCome in objects that startled him of his sword tain is also ready The latter will be to wear in the hilt which is now the boys he exclaimed Heres a bloody the Tuscany diamond constructed so as to separate in the cenfirsts crown jewel of tho Emperor of anatomical museum ter and roll toward the top and bottom They crawled in and participated in in the posses Â¬ The hand of the principal stage au- Austria the Kohinoor sion of Queen Victoria and the Star of Sams astonishment for which there was thority at Munich Herr Lautenschlager which originally came from ample cause ss the interior of the cave is to be recognized in the first outlines of the South ashed with the iridescence of a million Brazil and is now lying in pawn in the preparations Everywhere are to be some banking house in Paris The dia- colored gems It seems so Sam says seen practical arrangements for raising Â¬ as if the Klttoring stars in the firmament and lowering th6 backgrounds and ceil- Â¬ mond which can only be cut and pol ished by its own powder is either fash- had come down to hold high carnival ing lights The light falls in great abundIn and flash themselves through lenses of ance through the glass roof of the ioned into a rose or a brilliant variegated hues the former one portion is made flat stage which may be further illuminated Exploring further they found still while the rest of tho stone is carved into through the sliding sash doors upon both Petrifactions a faceted dome The latter which is more cause for wonder sides as may be required The f tage it animals birds and reptiles abounded self is backed by a painted horizon which always made alxmt three times as thick of as the rose is always cut into facets but There were great owls and monstrous after the manner of a transformation hats and several snakes as hideous as if scene is so constructed as to admit of lie so as to form a kind of double pyramid endowed with life as they were many with a common central base or girdle ing shifted horizontally Xery interestmany ages aio before Bodie Bluff was ing are the additions to the middle stage London Telegraph crertcd and when the present site of there are arcades city gates and houses Monos metropolis was clceely dotted Best In the Open Air of the high priests all of timber oiled Dr Oakman S Paine is a great be- Â¬ with the vents of thermal springs fromÂ¬ linen and sheet metal which are capable of which millions of dolof being taken to pieces for storing The liever in rest and thinks that next to the accretions have been given to the kind of rest lars in bullion arcades upon the left side and the house sleep the most beneficial world Mr Tyack has reÂ¬ of Pilate are finished and await only the may be taken in the open air Talking commercial moved several of these petrifactions in of rest recently he said hand of the painter should be taken depends jierfect form intending to forward them How rest In proportion as these halls are airy so the middle stage with its tile and entirely upon the erson who is wanting to Professor Irelan chief of state mining the rest If a busy man can sit still for bureau who will highly appreciate them glass roof has an appearance of solidity But here also the first glance is decep- a few minutes at odd intetvals during The few who have been permitted to antiquitive for the walls are but shells of tim- the day and put away all thoughts of view thi3 interesting chamber of aston- Â¬ ties were ber covered with a matting of reeds and business and just dream for a few min- Â¬ ishment almost benumbed with Home Cal Index finished off with a layer of cement two utes he will find that he would be greatcentimeters in thickness an innovation ly refreshed by so doing There can be The Saltan Curiosities which is a complete substitute for mas no stated time to take rest One should One cannot be surprised to hear that sive mason work offers sufficient re- never get so tired as to be compelled to sistance to the deteriorating effect of the take rest and if the rest was taken ju- Â¬ the sultan thinks of turning his innumerrough highland climate and naturally diciously and at certain intervals one able curiosities into money Those who costs much less Now that the side ar- Â¬ never would get so tired as to be com- Â¬ have Iieen allowed to visit tho and St Irene a rare privilege cades are completed and in place the pelled to go away for rest Literary men or men who do a great nowadays have been wondering ever width of the proscenium can for the first time be appreciated It has a breadth of deal of brain work require a great deal since probably what motive or superPhysi- Â¬ stition has checked his majesty so long forty two meters The stage of the Court more rest than manual laborers theatre at Munich has a breadth of oniy cal workers only get their muscles tired Nor is it altogether surprising that a twenty nine meters The building of the The muscles are much more easily rest-Â¬ London jeweler of position should hesi boxes and other seats for the spectators ed than the brain is Brain workers tate to accept the charge of valuing these is already finished in the rough they should take their rest in the open air miscellaneous hoards a dozen experts will contain 4000 numlered places The Any change of thought is a rest to a of the most consummate assurance would work of excavating the earth for the brain worker and after he has been find more than they could deal with orchestra is well under way A part of studying hard and exercising his brain there One thing is certain that no the space for the orchestra will be car- to any great extent a walk or ride in body can form an idea how much this We ried under the proscenium while the the country will be the greatest possible astonishing collection is worth New York may 6upiOBe from the choice of a jewrest will be ioncealed from the public by rest that he could have eler to advise him that the sultan puts means of a flat tent roof Quite worthy Mail and Express most value on his gems Certainly they of note is the consumption of timber by The Turk and the Crescent are so many and so huge that all the these buildings up to a short time ago The crescent was not originally an em Â¬ crown treasures of Europe could not equal the cost of hewn building timber had It was first used by the display if only they are genuine reached the sum of 80000 marks There blem of the Turk But there is grave doubt in that ques-Â¬ are about twenty five workmen employ- the primitive Christians of Constantino pie and the eastern provinces of the old tion to begin with Since the gates have ed in the construction Roman Empire as an emblem of the been closed to all but a few favored vis-Â¬ growing influence of Christianity It itors there has been no effective super- Â¬ Smallest Draft on Record The smallest draft ever issued by the was not until about the year 1433 after vision of the guardians who it must be treasury department will be drawn in the the Turks had overrun Asia Minor and supposed are not aid more punctually course of a few days It is for the mag parts of southeastern Europe and had than other officials It was on their nificent sum of one cent and is to pay for captured Constantinople that the Turks complaint of purloining strangers that adopted the crescent as their national the old facilities were withdrawn and property worth nt the lowest estimate 40000 At the last session of congress emblem The Koran prohibits the use some think that they had a motive quite the representative from Lowell succeeded of images and symbols in the religious different from honest indignation in thai in having a bill passed appropriating ceremonies of the strict Turk or the in- Â¬ protest When those museums are overhauled 200000 for the erection of a public build Â¬ ternal decorations of their temples and ing here and the purchase of a site Half mosques the rule being so strict as not however thousands of objects more pre- Â¬ a dozen different property owuers were to allow the martial or civic decoration cious than gold or jewels will be un Â¬ As an instance a Hebrew sucanxious to have the government buy of their greatest generals or pashas suc- earthed their property as they thought it would cessful commanders or other distinguish- Â¬ ceeded in stealing three okl helmets from The adoption of the cres Â¬ St Irene just before the doors were be a good thing for them The famous ed persons bunting mill in which Gen B F Butler cent by tho Turk as a national emblem closed and sold them to an English gen tleman resident at Pera for less than a is such a large stockholder owns a Large is an oddity which has so far remained Exchange hundred francs apiece This gentleman plot of ground near the mill and offered unexplained parted with one for more than a thou it to the government for a very low price sand pounds Chicago Herald thinking that if the postoffice was built Artificial Teeth there the companys other property would The finest artificial teeth are made of enhance in value Marrying a Couple the best ivory but the great majority of Considerable property was owned by false masticators now in use are simply riie late Benjamin F Wade of Ohio an estate at the other end of the town pieces of specially prepared hard por- Â¬ wis at the beginning of his career at and for the same reason they offered celain The following is one of tho pro Â¬ tie bar noted for his bashfuinecs but land equally as desirable The contest cesses adopted for their manufacture another trait his determination enabled between the two waged warm for a Fine calcined or roasted quartz powder him to get through his work in a way time until at last the Butler people well ground fluorspar china clay and a which though not conventional landed executed a master move and offered the very little oxide of tin are very intimate- him at his destination property to the government for 1 But ly mixed and ground together and afOnce while a youth he started with a tho other syndicate heard what had been terwards made into a soft paste with bag of corn on hi shoulders to a mill done and offered their ground for 1 water This paste is poured into molds twenty miles away It was in Novem- Â¬ cent and this offer the government of various kinds and sizes of teeth and ber and coming to a full banked river finally accepted and the draft for 1 cent allowed to set The plastic grinders are he discovered that the canoe was on the will soon be sent to the agent of the then transferred to a furnace where other side Throwing off his clothes he owners The same routine will have to they are cured that is half baked or plunged in gained the canoe took it be followed in regard to this draft as if hardened When this has been done back where the bag of corn was which it were for 1000000 All the papers they are covered with an enamel made he ferried across and then went on his will have to be carefully examined by of paste of spar and quartz and finally way the accounting officers in the first in- subjecttl to an intense heat until they Another illustration of his way of do-Â¬ stance and there will be about fourteen are sufficiently btked when they are ing things occurred while he was a jussignatures on the warrant before the ready for the dentist Surgical Reporter tice of the peace One day a young draft is finally signed by the secretary of couple called at his office to be married the treasury Lowell Mass Letter The presence of four or five irreverent Spoiled m Programme young men prompted the bashful justice A thug who was recently imprisoned Telegraphy by Cannon Sonnd in India having been caught almost in to suggest privately to the pair that they Guns have for some years been used the actual commission of a murder com- Â¬ had letter meet him at the little hotel They went and so did the justice by with most satisfactory results for fog plained bitterly to an English officer at a roundalxut way only to discover that signaling on the Swedish coast Their having been deprived of the opportunity signals have been heard as far as twelve to fulfill his ambition He had begun the boys were also there Seeing that nautical miles which we believe is a life with the fixed determination to kill he must perform the ceremony in their greater distance than the signal from a an even thousand human beings and at presence he though he had forgotten siren can be heard A new gun has just the time of his capture was in a fair way the usual fonnula proceeded to business been manufactured and stationed at to carry out his design He had already in the most direct way You wish to be married he asked Hohne Gadd in Sweden Commander killed 700 persons and if the authorities Engstrom having furnished the drawings would have let him alone for quite a lit- Â¬ the pair Yea for this as well as the previous guns tle while longer he would have reached Stand up and take hands You ad- Â¬ The one in question is made of best the 1 000 mark He was willing to agree wrought Sandviken Bessemer steel at to give himself up again if he were al dressing the not prepossessing groom the Stafsjo Engineering company It is lowed to go free long enough to bag the wish to marry this young woman 10 feet long and the caliber is 60 millime- Â¬ additional 300 needed and he thought Yes it tres The breechloading mechanism is great hardship that so reasonable a re-Â¬ Of course you do exclaimed the of Commander Engstroms design and quest should be refused San Francisco justice glancing at the pretty bride and asking her Do you take this young allows of firing from twenty to thirty Chronicle man for your husband shots per minute It will thus be possi- Â¬ ble to fire letters according to the Morse Yes In Lincolnshire The Bat Plague Well you are getting the worst of it alphabet one shot being a dot and two The rat plague in the fen district of but I say you are husband shots close together a dash and wife Lincolnshire still continues to cause much There boys you see I Of this system of signaling more may did it ho con be heard by and by The breech loading uneasiness among the farmers A press eluded glancing at the spectators mechanism can be taken out and to pieces representative was recently conducted The couple ltad to liave it explained to in less than a minute and without the over one of the affected stackyards and them that they were in the eyes of the law wedded Whereujion the husband use of any tools and also put together was astonished at the enormous destrucwithout any The cartridges can be used tion wrought in all directions The runs offered the justice a fee the statute in the stacks were as large as rabbit bur- Â¬ made it 1M which by a lofty motion from 100 to 300 times The gun rests on a gun carriage of wood and is placed in a rows and in many instances half the of his hand he waved off saying Nothing for a job like that small hole in the walL The shed or house produce of some crops lias been destroyed Youths is very conveniently arranged for the The woodwork of the buildings has been Companion men with accommodation for refilling gnawed through while the holes in the as Can Kill Their Pocketa the cartridges etc The gun with 130 drain banks are so numerousThe to form rats ap brass cartridges spare ports and ammu- a kind of vast honeycomb It has been at last judicially deter- Â¬ nition for 10000 shots has only cost 275 pear almost as numerous as ever Pall mined by the supreme court of Pennsyl Â¬ The gun can probably stand some 40000 Mall Gazette vania though the force of the decision shots so the cost for a shot exclusive of is somewhat weakened by the dissent of Chritmai Rose powder will be only about 2d EngiGarden and Forest states that it has the chief justice that the patron of a neering received at its office as a reminder of restaurant buys ull the food which he the mild winter a very interesting pho-Â¬ orders and that the sale is complete Ground Hog Day tograph of a group of Christmas roses when the food is placed before him He The ground hog theorists will tell one which came from Cazenovia N Y to can eat it or leave it give it away or that the ground hog comes from out testify how beautiful these flowers can carry it away just as he pleases The the earth invariably on Feb 2 and be in mid winter Branches of many chief justice believing that good man- Â¬ never before He comes out with the shrubs with fully expanded flowers were ners and good law are identical dissents break of day and if the weather be such alstt received and in a collection of this vigorously from the position that the un- Â¬ that he can at any time during the day aort from the Meehan nurseries at Ger eaten remnants ot food can be carried see his shadow he hies him back into his mantown were sprays of the Cornelian away if the surfeited guest sees Ho- Â¬ hole and sleeps for six weeks longer cherry with the yellow stamens showing tel and boarding house keepers fit re- Â¬ will But if the weather be gloomy rainy through the opening buds and the TarÂ¬ gret that the chief justices view of the snowy or if in short the sun is not tarian honeysuckle with buds just open Â¬ law did not prevail for then the furtive seen all day the ground hog knows the ing Science withdrawal from the dining table of an rigors of winter are over and he stays extra orange for refreshment between out to enjoy the early spring Killed by Prunes meals or of a handful of nuts or raisins The ground hog prophecy was founded A peculiar death occurred at the house for the delectation of ihe children would on the old English saying regarding of Charles Maltby in the suburbs of be petty larceny and would subject the Candlemas day for Feb 2 is Candlemas Plainfield N J several days ago offender to indictment in addition to day The country folk always put much Geoige Robinson a lad employed to as frowning disapproval of the landlady the faith in the indications supplied by the sist Mr Maltbys gardener entered the Philadelphia Press tate of tho weather that day butlers store room soon after dinner and An old adage illustrates the mode in fed himself generously on dried prunes K B Ii ttotanir Blood Balm which the day told the sturdy British He then drank largely of water In a If yon try Mil remedy yoii will nay a irwnv yeomen the future weather It is as short time it is related he began to suf- Â¬ oth rs hicBill that It is ihe bkst hoo I Write Blood Halm follows fer excruciating pains which medical Pn lnir ami tonicbook of convincing Co Â¬ Atlanta in for testi It Candlemas day be fair and bright skill could not lessen and within an hour mony Winter will hare another fight J P DavlK AManta O West End write after physicians had been summoned he I If CaiKUenuu day be cloud and rain consider thai B B B Ins permanently was dead Philadelphia Ledger Winter in gone and will not couie again cured me of rheumatism and sciatica R B Nuulier Alliens ji says B B B Louisville Courier Journal cured nid of au ulcor that had resulted all Biuklni Insanity oilier treatment A very melancholy fact is the insanity Crow Royalty in Maine E O Tlnslcy Columbiana Ala write My mother and lUter had nlcerated sore Cape Elizabeth comes along with a of Ruskin the greatest art critic of his time It seems that for years he has throat and scrofula B B B cored them claim on the crow appropriation that ex Â¬ Jacob F vmcler Newman CJa writes ceeds the returns of any one town yet hardly had a friend or relative with B B B entirely cured ineof rheumatism in reported by at least 1000 heads One whom he was on speaking terms For a inj fchoulrierv I nwarlatx botti lias riinhxril No thousand four hundred and ninety six long time he has been noted for his irri- Â¬ Baltimore Mil wrlios a IFountain street suffered with crows have been killed in Cape Elizabeth tability and violent ouibursts of anger bleeding piles two yeara and am slad tosny of it in the past year Ono boy in one day That itself was an indication of the in Â¬ hut one bottle Tueeqa B Huurel mo Hardy in writes brought to the treasurer seventy three sane temperament It is not a pleasant I IJ quick cure for natal lb Three BRB a boiil cured lie I had been roiih crows heads The crows flock on the work either or a task for which one A Hpiafc Alnnt Ua aays shores during certain seasons and they could be envied to spend fifty or sixty f B It B completely eimsl my cuild of are caugar in great numbers by poison years picking flaws in ones fellow men eczema P pper Frwloni Ala writes W A B and diflfrrent devices Lewiston JouraaL That of itself is enough to drive a man P B cured luy mother ot uhviated are or woman crazv National Weekly throat OBERAMMERGAUS PLAY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i -- KENTUCKY CEIIIRL RT Sir Wizard I am said to i But what with councilor I Of bishops Judges general lords Prime ministers and thoM they call The people I hare no right at all To call my life my own They talk Of duty laws and charters balk My wishes dog my steps torment My every hour with precedent State tactics and prerogative Till I would rather die than live I bid thee then if aught I hold Of royal power to bid be bead Take thou my crown I grudge it not And giro me in exchange a lot I care not how confined it be Wherein is absolute sovereignty Then groaned the wizard sad but still Received the crown against bis will And swift with wand and astrolabe ha Transformed the king into s baby Amos B Wells in Wide Awaka BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from tral Kentucky to AU Points East West and South wet Cen FAST LINE BETWEE- N- Lrexington Scbcwale No 2 SOUTH BOUND Ex Sun Lve Cincinnati lve ovlmgton Lve riilnionth Lve Cyiithtxtm Arr IJiiri Ait Lexington Lve Pari Arr w Incttcter Arr Richmond Cincinnati Daily N I v 1 Effect Nsv I7tk Baa to a it 8i8 am 9 m 9 41 1037 am 11 Improved In Jail Every time a batch of jail prisoners are arraigned in the criminal court I am struck by the vast improvement in their personal appearance that a few months confinement gives them In 99 cases out of 100 they are a coarse brutal heavy drinking chus and show their low habits in their faces In the jail they get the whisky out of their skins the so called jail pallor leaves their faces clear and white and more or less refined and they make a better impression upon a jury than they certainly would if brought to trial when first arrested A striking case in point was Sanders the dog catcher who killed Police Officer Printz When he was first put in jail he was about the toughest bloated and alto- Â¬ gether brutalized specimen of humanity I had ever seen Eight months later he was brought to trial It was almost im- Â¬ possible to recognize in the pale finely drawn features of the quiet self pos sessed and intelligent talking prisoner the hoodlum of the previous year Hi appearance made such a good impression that he got off with a two years sen- Â¬ tence when I believe if the same jury had seen him as I did he would have been sent up for life Circuit Attorney in St Louis Globe Democrat Â¬ 10 20 1300 p 11 am m am a m Arr IjineiislT Arr Siiinforl 140 p m Pa Arr Bere Arr Li Inu tii lve Kiriiiuoml 305 pm r5 p m No NORTH BOUND Ex Hun Ex I 1111 lve Berrt Arr Rifh morel lve Lve Liineiister Lve Li V ngstOD 800 a m a m xmifii am 700 a m am p in 200 p m p m p m pm p IT t ve Iv lve Arr Richmond lve Richmond Arr Wmo Arr Fans Lexington IVlltillMIIH P4J am 20 Part Lve Kl mouth Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 412 pm 5 40 pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTHBOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve t ovinsrtoii Arr MHleriburg Carli-I- Johnson Islington Kri 800 a m 827 am Myville HI Tribute N Â¬ Old Peter Rice for many years a resident of a certain Hew England village was one of those unwise and utju t tneti who never praise their wi es and who do not seem to realize how blessrtl the are in the way of companions until death comes suddenly to leave them des olate and uncared for Old Peters kindly uncomplaining anil unappreciated wife died suddenly km day and Peter came at once to a realizing sense of her many virtues and as evidently tilled with a longing to prove to his friends that he was not blind to his wifes perfections This desire increased as the hour f r the funeral services drew near and when all the friends had assomlld at the house Peter touched the hearts as well as the ialates of those present by suddenly appearing with a huge yellow bowl piled high with doughnuts in his hands Passing from one to the other of his friends he said with tearful earnestness Have one they are the very last of my pore Mariers bakiu and they cant be beat no they cant Pore pore MarierDetroit Free Press Â¬ HOUTH BOUND Ially snu Lve Mayfcville Arr Paris Lexington Covington No Carlisle Millershurg Johnson 715 am Cincinnati 4 i leaves Iextiitii Htfti a Paris lihtAa m Kxcept Sunday No S Leave Ci net n Falmouth 710 p m Kx Leaves Kalmom Cincinnati 7 V a 111 m PaSMsnger TRAIN NOTKH Wo Ixlmci n ami Clnetni between Cincinnati ami and o make eon n eel 101 VI ler for point on the N N IMPORTANT Trains of this rive at and depart from taw Ii ii V u By neetion for all points Worth Tlirotmh Tickets aoht and Basts to any point reached by a raiirFor full particulars address or call agent of IN Company or W L MCNSON E if BV Agt Trav Trav Lexu Ctnemnatl O s K R MORHK Cenl Pass II K HUNTINGTON V i K U CARR Agt General OfncesthamlM r oft umii ing Cincinnati station Cincinnati Kar C T WELLS H A Kit A a Opportunity The most famous and unique Shake- Â¬ GO spearean collection in the world namely C that of the late Mr J O Halliwelr Philiipps is about to be placed on public sale By the terms of his will it was provided that for the space of one year in Coal following his death the city of Birmingham should have the sole option of pur cliasing for a stated sum his unrivaled treasury of relics of the immortal bard The Birmingham Only a cquare from the Court house municipality how Â¬ ever declined the offer on the ground You dont have to fend away out t that it had no money to waste on liter- Â¬ the depot ary luxuries and as the years option has now elapsed the collection lies open to the competition of both the eastern and the western hemispheres Toronto Globe T WELLS Â¬ JkOnlj lard Iwi OaJM7ritou7Pi7r Strangled by a Collar Butts A singular accident resulting in the Nut and Lnmp Coal daughtei oi death of a little Orlando Reese assistant secretary of the Now otien at Myers old ltinii r board of county school commissioner of next to cVcond Presbyterian ehiiieli Carroll county occurred in this city The Quickest delivery in town child was playing with a small porcelain priees Try u collar button which she had put in her 17- C T WXLLS 3 CO mouth and attempted to swallow It lodged in the windpipe and produced strangulation A physician succeeded in J A 6 WILLIAMSON removing the obstruction but it was too CRY ENCilNEKi lat as the child died immediately aftr Md Cor Cincinnati En- Â¬ Westminster Surveyor 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HALLETrbtU Box trmm Uufltit 1m fro tfHI 9- - UBAOQrjAINTXD WITH TBS GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL BTAOT MUCH VALUABLE OTTOBlfATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF I 1A sPriaAaPl aase TS4Ta t a Jvirfi N ipw JTvViATrv rjWriTsaal trri I -- Xk3B ITS J yVy- OsaaBBBSBBBBSBBBBSsVfHBB9 SaarBF5 TssMiasassissssssssrasTavJnl a THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Including main lines branches and extensions Bavst and Wen of Missouri River To all points Bast North and North- - est from Kari8s City to Rock Island Davenport Des Motnea Chicayo and via ALtK USA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinwtoo Sioux Fuila Water town Minneapolis St Paul and Intervening- - towns and cities it is tne short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnatiat Louisville Nashville and Bastern and Southern points convergiii- Kansas City it also constitutes THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER - the transportation to and from aU cttls to ms and sections m Kansas CoChair Cars between lorado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclintn Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson Â¬ It traverses vaat areas of the richest farming- and grazing- lands In the world formlna speediest most popular and sxKraornlcsJ system or Leading all competitor in splendor of equipment cool in aumxnerwagmed by steam from the locomotive in winter well vontllalod and free trcmouet leave Kansas City and St Joseph dally oa arrival of trains from the East and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullmau Palace SJoepera and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RTTNNrNQ THROUGH WITHOUT CHANOB to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at important inÂ¬ tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dnlng Hotels at conÂ¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph iurslah delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate prices To Msnitou Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and cittea aaaitary of Colorado resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions Improvement Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern enjoyment safety luxurioua that can add toclose convenience comfort and in Colorado fin Union They also make connections at terminal cities Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging line Fcr Tickets Maps Time Tablos Folders copies of the Western Trail Oesued monthly1 or further deaired Information acdross MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE E ST JOHN Genera U inrT OHJOAOO IIl JOHN SEBASTIAN Qtsl Ticket Pvs Agent BRYANT W53 STRA T TON Business College KY