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Other Cable tale place Heart and Auothcr Seriously Wounded Q4 ARTERLY COlRT Ilatchea Setni Annuallv Juneand December and Near Jefferson villc Ind Other Crimes Pajuk Feb lo Further particulara iv in January April July ad Singh Nuiiler Drawing take of tlie Siberian horror liare been Nkw Youk Feb 17 Isaac Jacob ir Nncc in each of the Other ten mnths of and show that the cruelties were aged it shot and killed Herman Royo- COINTY COIRT an year and arc all draw a in public at inmky of il Etidsje street aboat won than at tin t rejiorteil It now aj oclock he Academy o Music New Orleans La ii ever month pears that atnaa Sihiela had a younger Sunday mirniug then shot and perhaps FAKED F02 TWENTY YEAES sifter some Hi years old who went t3 fatally injured Royozin skis wife and M Jay in uly finally shot hims df dead The tragedy foe Integrity of it Draw in and Pronpt Siberia to look after her comfort COl XTY IMIMU Arriving there she had Mm misfor- was the re sult of an old quarrel betwa id aviiktlrt ot Prizes attested as follows ihn C Chenauil We do hereby certify that we raper tune to pleaae the eye of the director of the men It is said that Jaceb onoe She was detained by him smuggled 70J worth of diamonds into isc t lie arrangements for all the Monthly the prison lneina Thorpe Attorney I A Sullivan ad Semi Annual Drawing of The Lou uoii a trumped UD charge of conniving this country and becoming frightened VV Bak- siana State Lottery Comparn and in per--o- at Mine Bihutal attempteel escape and placed them in Royoziaskys hands for W Maunm manage and control the Drawings became a vitim of his brutality Shu safe keeping until it should be safe to was subjected to such atrocious treat nor 1 D Miller ticmseKes and that the same arc con dispose of them but whoa he askee K Crooke Surveyor lucted with honci tv fairness and in tood ment as to rati her rlrmfh soon after Boyozinaky for th iu Mme Siliida indignant and terroi1 U atxount for them the latter lefuscel ohn McVherKon aith toward all parlies and we authorize by this awful event vehenientlv strirken i ient Public Schools Mi- It is also said Be Company to use this certificate w ilh who was In doing this married man ma that JacobRoyozinskys a on icsimilcs 01 our signatures attached in deuouiici the imtrage lelove to she attruVit the attention of the di- niece until CITY COt NCI L to is advertisements rector who then approached her with family any he was forbiddenthese visit the more events S Colin the same insults he liad heaped upon her however Jacob andDespite Royozinsky met oc- Â¬ Ward 1 Bro sister The amoantiotnl revenge of the casionally and had business transactions Ward Sam Rice director in having her publicly flogged Early Sunday morning Jacob c alled at W B Smith k Ward followed and this punishment was ac Royozinskys rooms in the tern meat No Ward -- J W Caperton companied by iuhuuiaii iutidents wfaieh 54 Ridg street and awoke Rovoinsky E Gteealeaf proliably htid more to do in driving her him to the of in etin First Tuesday night to suicide than the exjiosure to which telling one to come outto steal stable as was trying some the horse she had been subjected CoMM ISM ONERS j month Boyozinaky used in his business The revolt in the male prison Ls con- Â¬ which expr CITY lOlKT an firmed and it i row definitely known as Royozltisky aBCOmpaBJed Jacob to the We the undo signed Banks and Bankers that the number of kiBed amounte HC Rue U stable which is in ti- raaavof No 4 prner W S Moherley will pay all Prize drawn in The Louisiana Eucty one News of the alluir lias now When the meii readied le eney State Lotteries which may be presented at been oilCttlnted in Russia and it has in Ridge street tin stable yard Jacob suddenly drew a holding court Kirst Saturday nir counter spired the Anarchists with new vigor revolver and shot through in every month lor civil business R M WaimsIfy President Louisiana Ljwn learning the particulars and the Ivart He then Royoiinsky to No 51 Treasurer J Stone Walker National Sank realizing the universal pnvest and vio- and sliest Mrs Rovoz went iiiek icsky who L Baxter Iikrrk Lanai x President State Xa lent feeling the eoe wooid arouse the coming out of the house havingwas just liecome ional Bank czar dispatched an oflicer to replace the anxious because her husband had gone A I TOKN hYK A Baldwin President New Oi leans diie tor and ordervi tliat otncial to re with Jacob whom she elistrustcd The National Baik lort at St Petrsburg bullet penetrated her neck and lodged in cv KT BURNAM kl Khin Preaidcnt Union National h r hack She ran down the street Oulet Reigns lu Zanzibar dank A TTORXE KS- - AT LA W Zanzikak Feb 13 Everything is screaming and elid not fall until sheÂ¬ readied the Delaivev street tioe StaKentucky GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING piiet here no trouble having arisen in tion Richmond i onseejieiv of the death of Sultan Otto aged Khahia-Beii-Saiand the accession of 18 Meanwhile her son Office No II Euruuius Kiuldiiig First At the Acadenty of Music New Orleans years had sprung out and hi brother Synoll Ali Two British pursue blr el Jacob who fled until he gunboate hove arrived here from ShangTUESDAt MARCH 11890 street he hai The British sloop-of-wA SULLIVAN iaunet reached Broome revolver when Otti turned at The has aaileel for Mombissa to insure the and aimed 1the A TTORXE A7 1A boy dodge lhtnd a pie ervation of rder there Moinbassa seeing two jKiliceuien wagon and Jacob Â¬ running up to arRichmond 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each Ken i is picketed with native soldiers Precau Halves tions have been taken to protect the mis rest him placed the revolver to his own ig CJuartevii 5 Tenths head iirt d and fell d ad in the gutter sion stations in that vicinity nAveuii Fir t Street uim r formerly or rwentietha 1 On his person was founel a long ram- Â¬ lt- euie by Ioemty Jailge Miller bling statement to the effect that Royo LIST OK PRIZES Caute for Indignation tdesky and everybody ekn with whom OJOJiaailMplaa It Qa s POWELL 1 Prise of fjooooo is 30oooj deeieled by the pro Feb lo thathas been he had had anything to do sine e he came ecutor in the I lrize of iooOcO coming 100000 is A TTORXE 1 A T LAW trial of Monaa Bey he will not to this country had cheated and robbed t Prize of qoooo 50000 is be ntoonedM against on the principal him that the lawyers h- - had engaged to Prize of 25000 is Richmond Klntcckv 25000 counU of tin1 hraictrnenta The chargea look alter his interests had played into Piizesof 10 000 are 20000 of rape and pillage will therefore be the hands of his enemies that his own J Piizc of 2vOOO pneaeu by and Moussa 5000 are ifric on Second will simply be wife had robbed him sold him out and 2 Prizes of 1000 are 25000 called upon to meet Mm minor allega- thrown him inro the street that he was 100 Prize of 500 are 50000 tions of the indictment The Armenians sick destitute and desperate and had DENTAL SURGERY 200 Pruca doooo who are exasperated at the nerveless finally deeded to take the law into his 3 mi ac 500 Prize of 200 are 100000 aUitiule of the prosecutor demand his own ban Is A WILKES SMITH At the hospital it is not yet known resignation AriRCiXIM ATION IRIZES whether Mrs Royozinsky can recover or DEXTAI SCIKEOX Dutch Ilark Abandoned 100 Prize of 500 ere not Her wound is very serious 50000 Rli IIMUXU Kkmickv too do 300 are 30000 is Iindon Feb 15 The announcement Deed of a lloosier Desperado made hen of the abandonment at sea oftie Smith RalMtiMC Main 100 do Office 200 are 20000 1111 1 M Ind Feb 17 A of the Dutch bark Gi orge Cap Jefteusdnvilii Nien TERMINAL TK1FS aWPraclice limited t denlislrv wetiheus from IVnsaeola bound for farmers alliance of three adjoining do ick are ft 99900 Delfzyl The vessel which was water Â¬ counties wi organized and an entertainIIOUGAX D J S 100 are logged aud partly dismasted 999 do was ment given Saturday night in the little city of Lexington Some of the touglis aluiidoned on Jan 27 in latitude RICI1SH KDt AEX7 CAT Prizes amounting to north longitude Al west The crew eif the surrounding country attended with the intention of breaking up the Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes have arrived safely in QiMWllltWJaV alliance and inteiTupted the speaking by Madison National are not entitled to terminal Prizes Kline Party Drowned 3- letting the winelows fall with a crash Boik Paris Feb 15 A sad accident hap When William Bolls stopped their pro- Â¬ fjeaei to a wedding pntty at Pontivy ceedings Sheridan Stoner and others of W CREED AGENTS WANTED yesterday The venicle conveying the the crowd went outside but soon after Â¬ Rat - or any further bride and bridegroom and a number of wards returned Stouer having put a fns KIKKSVILIE AEXTCCAT inlorination desired write legibly to the their friends was upset and the whole pistol in his overcoat pocket The gang undersigned clearly stating our residence party wen precipitated into the river stood around Stoner with pistols in their Everyth inc with State County Street and Number ofli e at Kinnell resilience The bride bride greoin and and hands and taunted liollcs who finally 17 t profewluu done pertaimiiK Morciapid ictuiii mail delivery will be ten others of the party were drowned broke a bench leg off and struck Stoner a sured by your enclosing an Envelope who retreated shooting KTnlutiouists Iritrlained b3Tn y euu full addlCca A laelies fainted PAUL Feb IS Vice Admiral Ber and wild panic ensued jump out of PHYSK TANS even attenapted nane Du PeUt lhuars commauder of windows and over the to Hollos banisters the Fifth maritime am ndisscmeut ntw K J M IOVNTZ Address ML A DAUPHIN a banquet to the ollicers of Mm American fell shot through the heart while Frank of Saluda through the New Orleans La squadron of evolutio i alnjard histlugship Wells Mrs Bolleswas shot into went PHVSICIA X A XI S c RGEOX or M A Dauphin Washington I C at Ville Franehe Last iiht The civil elbow and during the contusion convulStoner By ordinary letter containing Money and military anthoritieaof Ville Frauche sions RlCHMONI KtNTlCKY escaped after kno king down George and Nice were jiresenl Order by ai Exp panic Shea a promin nt teacher who interSen York EschangeDraftor Po tai Note - olid Street next to White s n u fered The stianiiet thing is that he MISS AMY FOWLER Sioif passed threanjh Nabb Sunday morning Iieeepllon to the Younc Lady Who IVill at oclock and to a crowd of forty reAddrcs- - Registered Letters containing XS MD lated the artair yet was allowed to go on Devote Her Life to Leper urrencv to He is still at large but a New York Feb 15 Jliss Amy unmolested PinSlClA V A XD S I RGEOX New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK Fowler the young English woman who sheritls posse hi after him Mrs Bolles New Orleans La is in a critical condition Ls going to devote her life to the care of Richmond Kentickv REMEMBER that the payment of lepers of atasokai was tendered a recepKilled thu Wrong Man Prizes is Guaiantecd by Four National tion Thursday cveainx at the residence New York Feb 17 James II MilOffice Second Street Uanks of New Orleans and the Ticktts of Richard F Downing in Ilrooklyn ler coloied was stabbed and killed arc signed by the President of an InstituMany well kneiwn Prexiklyn and New early Sunday morning in the hallway of Ii T 1 TAYLOR tion whose chartered rights are recogYork pt ople were present Mr Down- the house where he lived 17 Third nized in the highest Courts therefore being is president of the American Leprosy avenue by Morris Mule colored The Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery ware of all imitations or anonymous society recently organised to co operate two Millers were not related Morris with the English society of which the Miller bad a ffoarrel with William LawKimicky schemes Richmond ONE DOLLAR is the price of the Prince of Wales is the head and under rence iaiees Millers brother-in-laabout a had dollar that he chunsed to OfTlee Second Street over Uykes Grocery smallest pait or fraction of i Ticket Issued wiiose aupies Miss Fowler goes to Mo 3- B by us in any Drawing Anything in our lokai This society will gather statistics have got from Lawrence Liwirnce name oiicied lor less thn a Dollar is a about leprosy aud try to discover means and James Miller were returning home SO check the disease Miss Fowler will late together and Morris Miller lav in swindle JOHN M lMSTKIi leave New York on Monday next and wail in the hall intending to assault evpects to sad from San Francisco for Lawrence lie aimed a blow at Law PIIISICIAX AXD S RGEOX the Hawaiian islands on Feb ii reaoe who jumped aside and fled MilKentlcky Richmond ler also ran The assailant pursuea MilDouble Murder Near Onialia Neb ler thinking in the darkne ss that it was OfTie Mln Strel nexl door to Iuxoiis Omaha Neb Feb la The bodica of I a wienie Lawrence went out on the up siHlrs resideure el Cor Main and Tales farmer Jones and his wife an aged street and summoned a polioetnan who Avenue Couple tenants on a farm at Seymour en entering the place found James MilI ark near this city were found buried PHIL ROBER1 ler dead and Morris Miller hiding in a beneath a straw pile yesterday They closet where he was arrested been murdered by unknown parties I AGEOX ha VtirslCIAX AXD 6 w ho drove oil their live stock Wife Murderer Still at Large Frank Kfniicky Richmond Rkading Ia Feb 17 Mrs Mary Ortitt and Jerry Dee two employes in the South Omaha stockyards have Seen Ixdio who was shot by her husband Offlee At Wines A JiilorV Iirni SI ld and reliable Saddle and arrested and charge 1 with the murder Harry Leho on the night of the 12th dunr belli Ramsey vomer orlers lu- - 3-iu The fowioiml servues lo the public It is said that they sold some of the inst died yestertlay afternoon The Harness House of stolen cattle lo a South Omaha commismurderer is still at large sion house SKXSMUT1 M I A Colorado Liquor Derision Close of the Saengcrfest Denver Col Feb 17 The btate su S 11 1 No Street ncxl to I CI A X A XD S V RGEOX 1U IS preme court has rendered an opinion in New Oklkan Feh 17 Tlie saenger Kentucky Garnet t House has a complete fest closed Saturday night with a bril- the lleinssen litpMor case affirming the White Hall stock of liantly successful concert at which the deeisiou of the lower court thai the state Offer his professional aervieea lo the publattendance was larger than on any pre- has jurisdiction over saloons in this city icSaddles Harness vious occasion At the days meeting The case has been bitterly contested and of all the decision nulied in decided Blankets Whips Spurs Horse tf the delegates it was Cleveland toOhold saloons yesterday tlie the closing in the first time in tlie next saengerfest at S M LETCH Eli Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Louisville was a candidate for history of Denver bW Toe Weights Soaps Oils and honor but withdrew and the vote was PHrStCIA X A XD S URGE OX Ldlsnn Stock Nearly Doubled A banquet 17 Thecapital stock Kentucky everything else needed by persons unanimous Saturday nightwas tendered Richmond There were of New Yrk Feb the singer the Electric who handle horses eighty tables and 1600 covers Julius pany liasExison increased Lighting com to 4500000 been Weis of The Texas Forwaert Austin from 23OQ000 Offioe Bmlm Building Main Btiw The debts of the con Saddles Manufactured to Order Tex was master of ceremonies The cern aggregate 313000 of which 280 Â¬ visiting delegates will nearly all remain W BRIGHT M I and none but the best material in New Orleans until after the Mardi 000 is secured by bond mortgage Originally the stock wai 100000 used Gentlemens ladies and Iras festivities PltrSICIAS AXDSURGEON Insane Asylum Burned Kentucky Saddles kept in stock Richmond A Letter From Dick Hawes Lnru Rock Ark Feb 17 One Birmingham Ala Feo 17 In a let- wing of the insane asylum was de Harness of every description on Main Street OffiCf In K111IU1 Buildiii ter written by Dick Hawes to May Story stroyed by fire Sunday morning causing HlHwaal alteulion gueii lo iiiieroseopical and Trace Chains Banes Backhands voung lady whom he married in Co- Â¬ a loss of 40000 All of the patients elieniicai examiiiailous e I tissues aud lluids Bellybands Collars Collar Pads the of the banian body lumbus and which was intercepted by were gotten out of the building safely Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind the sheriff Hawes says his late confos The hie originated in the boiler room i n that Wiley kill Mrs HOLTON Bridles Whips and other things Hawes and he paidwas falseto He made Irene The Canadian government has decided to used ou the farm Howeoptthic Physician and Surgeon the stateirtf n to get even with Wiley spend 200J0 in procurinf a supply of the K s He kv who one betrayed a plot of Hawes and best seed wheat for gratuitous distribution Only experienced workmen em Richmond tnlwrs to escape The letter intimates throughout the northwest territories prefployed Onto oirr h K Mriaiita Hours iliat Hawes intends to commit suicide erence being given to thote whose crop M Special ulleotion jiilnlMii in II you want a Saddle you have failed last year na of women aiel nil adiffl A Small light dis a bundled to select from ranging ateal at The Dulutu Boat club has completed ar17 Tom Feb Hartford Conn tance ami Iloiiiaopallnc niedicliM aeut to t8in price from 4 upwards ll you Stanton of Hartford knocked out rangements for an international boat racing any addreaa be held at Duluth on in want a set of Harness you have a Jimmy Norton of Waterbnrjr Theyt lire regatta toAugust at which time St Louis 50U00 in are bay next near here yesterday JENNINGS cv GIBSON luO sets to select from ranging in rounds eights cash prizes will be distributed to partici liyht w pating oarsmen price from fS up Physicians and Surg ejus COMMON PLEAS COURT Ml II Miller r J R Burnam ovgs to Be Greater than Fatal Shooting Affrays at eral Places First Reported Probable Program of Both Held By the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Branches This Week BLMRS EDUUATIONAL BILL PR0MINENT PE0PLE PRESENT Monday in January and June inday in October u v unit Â¬ Â¬ 1 w if ff 1 - I 1 Â¬ 1 d Â¬ Capital Prize 00000 ar Â¬ Â¬ l jat the Week in the Will eiiiy Semite While tfeM House Will S Ute tHe Site of the World Fair Saturdays House rrocetdings Other Washington DiIimclie e W vsiMNUTdX Feb 17 After suspend Â¬ ing consideration of the subject for several days the senate will return to day to the dicu i a of the Blair educational bill and Mr Blair who his obtained a freshVupply of material in the Intense will restim his speech lit advocacy of the measure I i likely he will exhaust his oratory in a day or two and give other m mill a au opportunity to lav their views before the senate an I the country Fully ten set speeches on this bill rre promised but Mr Iilair has eonsum d so much of the senate- - lime that some of them will lx cut short Nevertheless the educational bill will aleorb the Si nate Attention during the greater part of tlie week and its consid eration may extend into the week following aid meantime the calleiular will dica sel during tlie morning In the early hour and ed intervals part of the week oaae time will be devote iei the consideration of executive business and the British extradition trertt and possibly the Russian treaty will lively be disposed of The committee on finance will take dp all III ilSt in relating to silver oinage on Tuesday ami possibly will dispose of theni The committee on privileges anel elections will give some attention to the Montana election ease during the week but it w li lie some tim - b iorealeeision is reached There is every reason to believe that the controversy over the selection of a Btv fcr the worlds fair will be settled so far as the house is concerned liefore anEverything other week has pissed favors an early disposition of the matter The lections committee has agreed not to attempt to call up the Atkinson Pendleton ease until the week following and the way is clear for the fair bill I i lay is tinier the new rules sus pension da v in the house when bills may lie railed by committer and pas d under a rajpeeanon of the rules Most of the committees have not made prep aration f r bringing bills before the lioi e in this way but it ii safe to say e entire time will be taken up in disc Hvdng and passing the bills that are i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mt Ohio New York and Massachusetts Well Kepreaentcd A Glowing Tribute Paid to the Late Uoiiry it Onilr by Hon W E Kus cll of Massachusetts Other Siieechrs Atlanta lia Feb 14 Tlie first an- Â¬ nual banquet of the Atlanta chamber of commere e was held yesterday evening at the Kimball house about 400 guests beÂ¬ Among the prominent ing present gaests from th north were New York President C S Smith of the chamber of commerce J Edward Simmons president of the Fourth National bank A Foster Higgins F B Thtirber John A Stewart John Sloane John E Parsons James D Smith R T Wilson Jr John C Calhoun H R iarden Joiiti II Iiiman Russell Harri- Â¬ son Janice Swann John H Hail O Ji Wetzler and C N Bliss Boston Jonathan A Lane president of the Merchants association George W Morse Hon W E Russell Col Weston Charles II Taylor of Tlie Glol Iewis George F Babbit of The Herald i J llatnom iicxing lion Hon E P Trilleur O D Richardson W J Draper Isaie P Edmunds Stephen B Simmons and John J Henry Chicago J P Rumsey anel M J Downing Ohio -- Governor James E Campbell Hon J B Hughes CI utile Meeker V Price McKinnev G H Burrows F R Adriance 11 li Mever and C II Van Cleaf est Virginia Congressman Wilson Denver Iresident Chamberlain of the chamber of commerce A te gam of regret was received from lion C M Lexw of New-- York President J O Oglesby o the At- Â¬ lanta chamber of commerce welcomed the visitors in Iehalf of that body and Giiveruor Gordon in the first regular speech of the evening welcomed them in behalf of the state Mayor Glenn then spoke for the city Responses to toasts followed from Governor Campbell of Ohio Hon Charles Smith of New York- Hon Patrick Calhoun of Atlanta Congressman Wilson Hon W E Riiosell of Massachusetts and Hon Â¬ Something That 1 by Many Regarded M a Necessary Evil By a great many people plumbing work is regarded a a necessary evil As to its being necessary for comfortable and economical living there can be no doubt As to it being ah evil that depends There Is no reason why all plumbing work should not be safe from a sanitary standpoint There Is fro rea son why there should bo vexatious piumbing bills to disturb ones peace of mind and deplete his pocket book llumbing work may lie end out and executed In a way to be en- Â¬ tirely safo and economical of maintenance Tt ri ar a few principles which one needs to consider In erier to bring about the reAll plantbicrf itork rJ sults above outlined Â¬ Â¬ FOR We will for the next Sixty Days offer at greatly reduced ratesour entire stoekof r ajaasl essentially a system of water supply dralnagd from tho house and the attachments to the drains arc the fixtures such as kitchen sinks water closets wash stands bath tubs and laundry tubs All of these fixtures have coa uection w ith public iI or private water supply or do in The drainage from the fixtures and 3 2rf H Ki connection a therewith is tho part of the pirjmb fciJ S3 iug work requiring tho most skilled at- Â¬ tention The main drain outside of the house has direct cofifiectkm trith a vault or ewer It DRY GOODS AMD NOTIONS in y idek to make boom for their -II Spring Goads THE STOCK o insists OF A VERY ELEiiANT LINE reported 1 lIi Rri JC J Â¬ 99o jij 1 Some debate will en ue on the r tious f Mr Candler and Mr Hitt pro- Â¬ viding for discii srig and voting on the two worlds fair hiils Mr Candlers lias set apart Tuesday and Wednesday for disea sion and Thursday for voting while air Hitts provides for only one days hscussion Tue sday with voting on the uext day A majeirity of member- seem to be in favor of a two days eiiseussion anel for thi reason Mr Cand- Â¬ lers proposition has better chance of being agreed to There i a possibility of a deadlock on the question at issue1 and in event of this it cannot lie said with accuracy how the rest of the week Friday is private may be consumed bill day and Saturday will probably be devoted to delivery of eulogies on de The appropriations membera committee exjioct to have the penaioa appropriation bill ready to report to the house on Tuesday i DD S iteerliy- ivoe eding Â¬ Â¬ 1 IMPORTANT ings by a vote of yt as 198 nays 1 Several Republicans who were not pres Â¬ ent iurng roll call were refused par mission to record their votes conse qnently they were the first to feel the effects of the new rules The senate amendmends to house bill fixing the duty on ribbons were con- Â¬ WasnnaTOS Feb 17 The house approved the journal of Fridays proceed- curred in Â¬ Â¬ 3- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JR Â¬ AlHil F Â¬ 1R HARNESS AKfD GEAR GW Â¬ WT PICKELS Â¬ Â¬ b- Bridles Â¬ 1R Â¬ JJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RCS Mr Banks of Massachusetts asked unanimous consent fer the immeeliate passage of a joint ra obit b i authorizing the appointment of three additional medical examiners in the pension bun au Mr Richardson of Tennesson said ho thought the rules shoulel be adhered to and objected Mr Dunnell of Minne ota reported hash senate bill providing for the ascerÂ¬ tainment of the mortgage indebtedness of the country Mr Dockerv of Missouri offered an amendment providing that Sections 13 to 16 of thu original census act shall ap- Â¬ ply to the provisions of this act lie stit l that the bill was not an amend ment to the original act and conse anentty its defeat lay in the fact that it failed to provide any pains or penalties for eeacen guilty of malfeasance or for any erson or corporat on who refused to answer any pneation propounded Mr Buchanan of N w Jersey doubted the p1 wer of congress to compel a United States eitizcn to disclose his indebted nen u any body The rmenelment was discussed and ot poed bv Means Blount of Georgia Gear of Iowa fsVlllHII of New York Cannon of Illinois and favored by Mr Mills of Texas and Tiilman of South Carolina The amendment was finally adopted and the bill as amended passed ulic business was then suspended and the house listened to eulogies to the memory of the late Representative Rich- Â¬ ard Townshend of Illinois Ad dresses were made by Messrs llolman of Indiana Hooker of Mississippi Conip ton of Maryland Cute heott of Michigan Ohio or York Henderson of Iowa MeMillen of TennesPresident Smith of New York spoke see and Williams IIendenon Cannon on the eomniercial growth of the counLane and Springer of Illinois Then as try Hon Patrick Calhoun on the rail- Â¬ a mark of respect to the memory of the road interests of the south Senator Wildeceased the house at 5 oclock ad- Â¬ son on trust- - and Hon Jonathan Lane ou Boston and Atlanta journed Tho visitors were entertained at breakWyomings Prospects of Statehood house this morning Washington Feb 17 Mr Baker fast at the Kimball are being shown after which they the has reported favorably to the nouse the various points about the city Returnbill introduced by Delegate Cary provid- Â¬ ing to the chamber of commerce at noon ing for admission of Wyoming to state an informal reception will be held the hexxl It is stated in the report that the generally tking part preosed state boundaries are the same citizens Driving cluh will entertain Tlie Piedmont the as those of the territory The prop sai visitors this afternoon at lunch and the new state contains 98000 square miles Capital City club will give them a recep- Â¬ Ths would make it tlie eighth state in tion to night the Union in point of size and equal in Ovenlua tteamer Arrives area to Delaware New Jersey Ken- Â¬ tucky and New York Baltimore Feb 14 The steamship Domira which was supposed to have A Dying Itshop been lost arrived here yesterday from PrrrsaiRU Pa Feb 17 The Right Glasgow She report- - having left GlasRev Bishop OConnor of the Roman gow Dec n and encountered a succes Â¬ Catholic diocese of Omaha has been sion of gales which drove her 1000 miles brought to this city from St Augustine out of her course One seaman was swept overboard ilu in a dying condition Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inside connec tion with this drain be such as will prevent the passage of the contaminated air of the ewer or vault into the house This is done ALSO A VERY COMlLETE LINE in two ways First the fixtures have a connection with the trapped or water sealed drain Second the air in the drain has an exit above the trp of the house This is done by continuing the drain above the roof This All Is what is known as drain ventilation drains with al fixtures should be ventilated in this way The S trap referred to gets Its name from its form which is illustrated by Iks III IK I l sketch The drain water comes down through the trap irom anove into me lower pare ot the bend and then upwards and again down- wards and into the drain Thus there i a certain amount of water always in this trap This water is called the seal The depth of the seal is dependent upon the depth of the bend in the trap It will be seen that the air would have to pass through the water to get into the house There are many conditions under which the trap would fail to act The water may be siphoned out may evaporate or it may be- come contaminated from long connection with the air in the drain The ventilation of Jonathan Ijftne the drain and the ventilation of the trap re- Mr Rissells speech was the feature duce this risk to a minimum There are He Said of the evening hundreds of different kinds of traps but they Mr FnastDEST SbuQv I find mvrelf to are all constructed on tho same principle night in the land of the Sunny South and They are all largely dependent upon the water under the etinnn of it- - warm hearted hospi- - seal for protection to the inside of the house tihry I come witlin t tfi e or title yet Abundant flushing is highly important as a Flushing means a liearing I am tire from the olel Bay State pn eautionary measure tjrveiiuK and good wishes to a younger at I discharge of large quantities of water through the thirt vr sisters who joined In sympa the traps and drains Tho frequent use of thy aud friendship in nay of peril and oi- - plumbing apparatus contributes to its safety independence from a sanitary standpoint pie sion SOW in tim- - of an tlbtl ll are united nx parts of a great Sketch No 2 is of a water closet of a wash rep ihlii joint heir of its fglori ms heritat out pattern Thero and equal factors in achieving its grand des a r o hundreds of tiny May we to night mting as fellow- - makes of water oiititrynion pledge anew our love to a conv closets constructed nnn e iuntry and sh iring in her jrlory con- - In this way The niwi th jierils that confront body of the closet si tor tho duH li sr Iu tan spirit th rj U no north no is of porcelain The south nor ea- - nor west no burden upon upper part is a o ie that is not felt by all th prosperity of large bowl having ett n is the seared eluty of all an S trap con Â¬ I krov the sorrow th tt prevnds this nection witli the Btseti ig I feel the thoight ii every mind a soil pipe The sent friend a Issuer sateinau and patient has is of wood and II loved the south but sp ike for all Rone there is a flushing IVith matehlofs eoqueuc and the manly tank above This Which are always staple we will aNo isnUses in or r to mat f raukness of a noble soul be proclaimed the has a IK inch con- Â¬ undying loyalty of 71000000 people to our nection with the cut complete This beinj the time ol the year tot li eomiim country to all her institutions and bowl When the p3 Lack- - and Cotton Goods we would advise you to to all her laws and then he asked forbearcloset is used the ance sympathy and aid while the new south handle is once and examine the stock adjusts d the p ist to the prent and lOtvei pulled and the tiowl awassntom prribleuos vital te her vital is flushed with a In order that no CASH BOUSE caa have any adTaatagi to all and gave his life to the discharge of large quantity of tins patriotic duty North aud south min-Â¬ water This is the u we will give 6 per cent off ot the CL I KATE foe CASH WASnOCT CLOSXT gle their teat at his lor s gather inspiration siniplost and best from bis life aud join hearts and hands in tyjie of water closet now in use It will be noIJaF We have just received a beautiful line ot WALL PAPER worthily perpetuating his rujinory To me ticed that the closet proper is entirely ex has be ii pven the sad and unpleasant duty posed to view which is cheaper than ever sold in llichnion 1 before of bringing here from the Young Mens Sketch No 3 shows a modern washstand Democratic club of Massachusetts its conIt is carried ou brackets made of marble or DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS tribution to his monument as its tribute to irou the top and back ore marble and the His patriotic purpose politi- - bowlof porcelain wre It has a standing overhis aWaMTT cal convictions and progressive spirit repre- - flow at the lmek nnd inside of the bowl this ssntislas truly tho tw young progressive bowl having a straight back rather than a Deineicrats of that club as it did his own be true semi spherical form as is common The lovesl uite of lletirgia 10- war settled as only war Mr rYaMehnt loulii an irrreprissible cenflict between in stitutioLS that ceuld not live together Statesroeu might lull a country to repose comproru ses m ght postpone the elreaded day but the skeleton was ever hit be closet some generation had an ewToi duty to face and to perform many evils of tho war have be en cured and all have been cured hat NOW V THE MAKKET LOTS tended to divide the country by sectional THE RODKSDALE ADDITION I J prejudice Upou sectionid line Faneuil hall NONE WILL BE HOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE since the war has uttered her indignant and non partisan protest against the use of NaELSE NEED APPLY tional power In the state of Louisiana The old cradle of liberty spoke then the senti ments of Massachusetts just a ho would speak it to day against any National Inva- Â¬ MODERN WAHHSTAXD sion of state rights or state duties whether which is that power come bearing gifts or with force ordinary wastefoul from in the back of the bowl becomes rancid soap which of arms accumulates therein from time to time The The war is over In both nortb and south Twenty Five Dollars cash balance io installIts benefits are permanent it evils can be standing overflow mentioned here can be Will be twU on Ml wing terms unlay of each week la le paid to Dr W G White Secre Â¬ reinelieel That is the duty of to day easy lifted out at any time and washed It also ments of f L5 ou one desire to drain the tary of tlie Richmond B 4 L Corporation who will receipt for tlie money to accomplish by a now north and a new act as a waste when south reunited in love and loyalty Not for water from the bowl By merely turning No interest will be charged on the purchae mouey unlil after the expinition of the little knob at the top an opening is 14 mom lis from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged mi the purgenerations has there been o little to divide formed An objection to the plug and chain chase money reiiiainiiis unpaid so much to unite the north and south By ibis method parties can buy and pay for Mr Russells speech was in response to waste is that the chain get foul and is never a good lot at a small price on eany terms without interest and free ol city lax perfectly clean After it has been used once Any young man iu Richmond can iMiy one or more of these lots and pay for it the toast The New North Governor Campbell of Ohio took aa it is foul for use next time It will be ob without feeling the harden In the very near future this property will be worth the text of his speech a sentence from served that in this instance the enHre nnder mii h more than it is now selling at The city is rapiillv extending In that di call a letter written him by the late Henry part of the washstand is left open For furl tier Informal rection aDd will ultimately absorb Rodesdale W Grady Come and let us feel that on W G Whitk E W Wiooins or SJtei hen D Pakkish Richmond Ky here in Georgia we are just as good as 48- New iir t S trap is tje important that DRESS GOODS liotli JJlfifli unci jViin Of NOTIONS Laces Gloves Towels TTiinlMlr lAl j Handkerchiefs Table Linens I Â¬ NAPKINS WHITE GOODS - i j OF EVERY VARIETY BED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents -- Â¬ Cjd5 The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On account of the warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give ou any size i BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Towels Table Linens and Napkins tW chain Â¬ Â¬ grqoke mm RODESDALE St IB I I ft 1 Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Â¬ Â¬ s5 x The bath tab shown In sketch No 4 is or Iron porcelain lined They are made of planished copper solid porcelain and cast iron nnpainted The copper tub is the cheapest the porcelain the best The iron porcelain lined is a very agreeable compromise It ha the tending overflow same a that described for waxhstaneis and this tab is not cased at tide or ends any more than 1 the washstand and water closet described The kitchen sink have been described be- Â¬ fore The laundry fittings will be considered at some other time Louis H Gtssojr Â¬ Â¬ vW f I A D RUFF m m m laiirfkW Take no IlllPJ w i aro stasupwl ou tks price VA U A the deal bi ill ir to ntctory r cajusot uppi7Tos east aiinaiaa Im lull 11 ri Cologne et consist of three large cut glass bottles with prismatic stopper These are let in brass with enamel incrustations and o arranged that they can be carried about by a handle A v - JaJP jj John Madignn of Kingston N Y think he is the only Irishman in America not in Englands pay He ha been locked np as a lunatic A postmaater in Georgia wag threathened with death and forced to write a resignation A post office inspector and marshal have been ordered to the scone John E Haggard nominated for marshal of North Dakota ha declined the appointment It is claimed that he did so because of his connection with the lottery scheme Counsel for Rev Dr Bull of Buffalo states thit the libel suit against The New York Evening Post will be appealed and will be fought a long as there i a court to take it to George AV Rich with several aliases was arrested at Chicago for using th mails for He swindled a number f rauduleut purposes of young women by means ct the employ- Â¬ ment racket Jailer Ellis of Erie Kan Saturday shot two prisoners who were attempting to cape from jail One of the inon Hyser by name was fatally and thu other man seriÂ¬ IITCIIUEBUEIEUI -- CRUSADE AGAINST LIQUOa MILLIOftDOLLAR LAND SCHEME UKALEK IN- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - jli6 Â¬ Richmond Main street aboe aiore Office All priees of Plow Gear from Kentucky the cheapest to tiie best Some Rices thing entirely new in Carry Combs over Wallace H 56 The handsomest lot of lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power T S Govt Report Aug tj 1889 P71SfCAX Richmond t AXD S RGB OX - - Kentucky street licnuii Uurua m A 185 Mules For Sale We have one hundred mule colts and eighty five yearlings for sale Strictly good and sold In numbers to roll pur- Â¬ chasers Six miles east of Richmond on tlie Speedwell pike 17- D A COLYER Baking 1 IK jjll JM 2h- BLACK P2SCAX axd sirjtoeoty Ky V B Powder Â¬ Hlli ABSOLUTELY PURE ously wounded Near Westport N V an old man and hi wife ittmg reading the Bible were at tacked by a burglar with a club and then The wife died but the husband may r The burglars securel 13000 Â¬ j I Women at Plckardsvillr Mo Completely Demolish a Saloon PiCKAiiDSVELLB Mo Feb 17 The temperane e crusade in tin section of the state is spreading It reached here early last week and the temperane e forces have been fermenting ever since Last Thursday a number of women met and resolved to rlwe up a club houses run by Dury Davis in deiiance of the liquor laws Tho ladies met at 5 oclock evening to carry out their de-sign Armed with rocks hatchets and axes they proceeded to the saloon ac- Â¬ companied by the usual complement of small boys aad curious men With the rocks the women smashed in all the windows aad with the axes chopped down the door Having gained entrance to the saloon the women pos sessexl themselves of the bottles and kegs of beer and barrels of whisky and cany- hi them into the streets their contents were emptied into the gutter Returning to the saloon the fixtures were demolished and the crusaders work was done Hamilton Brady the owner of the build- Â¬ ing savs he will prosecute the women for destroying his property Dury Davis who mn the saloorJiaa nothiaff to any W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE CENTLEMCN Oos Grata Vtee Calf R Wli t I LaoBd assd AU made may Â¬ Governor Campbell of Ohio anel Other Northern Capitalist Interested Atlanta Oa Feb 17 Details of a formed by northern bi hukd lieors wiie ainruueM iiie uttjnu ui Hie chiunber of commerce are meager Tlie whole thing so far as it has gone is this The John H Inman party contained a number of eastern gentlemen worth a great aeai 01 money inese wun nov- ernor Campbell ot Uhio were so much imnressed with 9CaW I1CII tly ltl Atlanta that they determined to have a share in southern development To this end they got together and talked over ways and means Details of that meeting are net attainable further than it was divided to form a stock company with tixx000 capital and that Governor Campbell was chosen pres- Â¬ ident John H Inman John C Cal houn James Swann and other promi- Â¬ nent New Yorkers will he on the direc torate with such men as Sam Inman Pat Calhoun E P Howell and others from Atlanta The plan is to invest the money judicionaly m southern lands and to hold out special invitations to northern and western people to locate Iy Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and special fc Plated ware etc lltr tllWOKhl afaliOfll Hlak- at Cnam Ma wnvlil FlSaiHM 11 EM NE HASU- HEWTO WSXT HOE HAND POLICK IMi FABMKES SJlOsS EXTRA T CAirBOI k Wiwa atteution given to j 1 1 1 Aa tttKfnTH laJC I 2 SHOES tAtfiV Brockton it I t saj wv iaitws jtu i I Ct m iJi AMUiiiVU JliaffW S3 w Beat W Dwunlaa IM ai VS SHOE FOB XISSKS Tttttaa Material Best StyUj Baat SoM 1 t 3 AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Â¬ Â¬ The Singer Manufacturing Company Promptly done and iu a workmanlike is buiiding a machine atlhsp Hand Attachment and Portable manner arinpted for invalids irsveler Ac to la ttve Cash Paid far Old Sold aad Silver forget tef Dont office lo the Puet 30- REPAIRING Please Read tlie p ace Kiel iuoi -- - THE CLIMAX FRKNCH TIPTON Ihliri E EKY UKOAMNG I JiDER TAXES - Editor EUN LM1A1 BY The Wm i ax Printing Vnn r Ciiav S Pom i Co 1KIt PER IAi ell f 150 Wedneaday - - February 19 1890 Democratic Ticket I nil KlNTY 11 JOHN f TKiK CHENAILT IV KEKK L W HILL NTY ATTOKNKV Massachusetts has had for many years tbe home market that protection ists promise to their dunes in other States but for all that the farmers of Massachusetts at their meeting in Bos- Â¬ ton described their oonditiou as any thing but enviable One of the delegates hit the nail on the head by say ing that the farmers had been plunder- Â¬ ed and it was the purpose of certain men to plunder them further They should abanden he said all contests ou miner matters of legislation for tbe present and combine to prevent tbe saddling of further burdens upon them The delegates suggestion deserves general attention There are other classes besides tbe farmers whose whole experience of our preseut mode of taxation consists in being plucked The benefits uniformly go to the few favored by iniquitous laws Baltimore Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J A SI LL1VAN BHKK1FF V NEWS PARAGRAPHS Hilldebrand who was shot by Bill Kennedy iu Fayette last June has died of the wouud Mr Miss Laura B Winstou an Henry M Skillruan Jr were married iu Lexington last week Col John B Mo by Use confederate km Uacu allowed 1178G by the U B Supreme Court at Hong Kong Two girls under the age of nineteen are sole proprietors of a newspaper pub I J RALES MB JAILER JOHN F WAGERS JOEL 1 BY MBS A T MILLION FOB Â¬ - RVKYOB J A ti WILLIAM K li UUDMIL LEU Eii lmn First Mnila in Auruxt IVmi liN Kit lished in New Orleaus tbe iuterest of woman John Oreen the negro wife murder- Â¬ er who was three times sentenced to death at Georgetown has had his sent ence commuted to a life terra iu the and devoted to tieiiiteiitiary The real estate assessment in Savan il option was defeated at nah Ga shows an aggregate of fJJa S unlaw iXmOOU which i a large increase This per will fix the rate of taxation at t Tom Hiiirvs place as ceut or per cent lower thau has been Clerk ol the Court of Appeals made vacant by liis resignation contemplated irday by the ap The date for the unveiling of the Lee monument at Riehmoud Va has tieen iiu nt of Capt Thomas jalile gentleman changed from the 15th to the 29th of May next to suit the convenience of haii long leeii deputy several distinguished gentlemen whose presence is considered important Biuckyi Geaeral Assembly The Indianapolis carpeuters have work that stopping given notice hours their day will April per at eight after load of local ti pas- If and H cents per hour the lowest v and ti wages double pay for Sunday work The committee having in charge and other overtime II per ceut over it ion of Circuit ludge regular rate ol Louisville made a ma Hon W O Bradley of Lancaster y and a minority report and all didnt find the ludge so has had erected at tbe grave of John inted A similar M Singleton in our Cemetery a neat rt will probably come from the while marble stone with the inscription The one whom lie remembered in ee in Circuit Judge Lillys Life remembers him in Death Somliy the way a lilhas ban erset Reporter 1 to form a Common Pleas Lyman Trumbull ex Governor ex rict embracing many of Judge Lilly counties and the Judge Secretary of State ex Supreme Court Judge ex member of Congress and ex Kl it pa imittee will United States Senator is still practic dj rt in a lew usual no ing law in Chieag at the age of 77 He - in good health aud his legal ability will come of the real as ever ition Convicts would Colonel Ingersoll says he is not ex if they were going to be actly out with this administration iitentiary at Ed hut his attitude is like that of the uu ported by the visiting coti verted sister who could not be inbe one of the linest duced to admit that she loved Christ Ilegbanies although she could say that shed work v en yean nothiu agin him b an appropriation of Ira Williams a farmer living near aimed ii Marion Ohio has been presented with i complete in ile a year a beautiful gold medal by the local men because be posted the fol- Â¬ ient to convicts and lowing on his farm Notice to Hunt bm Hunt all you please Iwys aud Hid and It more Think wnen the bell rings come iu for dinung from the tax ner icky to build an What is said to lie the most powerful n that will cost the State electric light iu existence has recently been put into operation in a lighthouse um to maintain And what doea it do I It takes the at Hou tbolm on the dangerous coast from railroad construction ol Jutland It is of two million caudle in competition power mounted on a tower about two and Virginia hundred feet high and can be seen at a miles even in - them to work at distance of thirty live rainy weather tition with skilled median At Burgin Mercer county a little We fooght the Branch leniten seven year old daughter of Win Wraat ing and think threw a piece of paper in the grate and ou turned her back to the fire The piece abandoned The Governor ha- - sent a i neeial fell out from the grate aud caught her mental message to the Leg clothes Iu a momeut she was a sheet of flames and before they could be exire on banking tinguished she was burned from head TWO MMESTIU DECISIONS to foot from which she died The flesh fell of it great pieces from her body A juile in Montreal Iim decided that and limbs Ctor who tackles a debtor on the I The Monroe R CJ Chamber of - for money due i gailty of am Commerce aud Improvement Associa ttault is turning its attention to the sub It lias been decided by Judge Thayer tion ject of encouraging immigration to and of tbe United States District Court at tbe investment of capital in that sec St Louis that it is unlawful to dun a tion Willi this view it has established Mian through tbe mails by means of a a real estate agency for the purpose of postal card answering the numerous letters of in quiry received aud giving such infor HEATmiLLL mation as the writers may desire This Ior tbe opportunities that Beattyville shows a progressive spirit lias outstripped all tbe An eflort will be made to procure the other towns of tbe South There hits passage of a bill to enable the Slate to not been a single town with anything buy the Crab Orchard Springs proterty like a lKom that has not had leu times for a lunatic aylum A good deal more the advertising and booming that room has to be provided or such unforyille has received still she tunates aud if tbe place can be had at holds her own with the best of them a reasonable figure it might prove a One great disadvantage Ltealty ville has good investment for the State The had to overcome - not having a rail young iieople would dislike however Mad But tiiat obstacle will soon be to see their favorite summer resort removed by the early completion of the transformed into so gruesome an asleholasville Irvine and ylumJournal Heattyville Railroad under construc Tbe SKnge Wharf is a most attraction all along the line aud will be com jiieted with can ruuuiug to this paint tive place in Key West Florida The within from six to nine months And prices that are now being paid for when the road is finished there will be sponges are truly satisfactory to all a rattliuK of dry bones about Betty except perhaps to some of the buyers ville a sure as youre born Euter- One lot of sponge alone belonging to the schooner Competitor aud consisting of 1570 bundles was purchased for AMEUH AN HIDES U01NU ABROAD tbe fancy price of four thousand three hundred and odd dollar The price of The low ojnt to which tbe price of sponge at present in Key Weetis much hides has been forced through the de higher than a few weeks back pression which has existed of late aeems Tbe Bluegrass Cordage Company has to have tempted seller to try to find a new market for their merchandise just received its first consignment of During the past few weeks about 80000 machinery from Scotland consisting of five car loads and immediate steps UMi drv Western hides have been tsbipptrd to Europe in order to try that will be taken to have it pot together market How this new departure will The works are iu favorable condition turn out is at present entirely proUe considering the weather The boiler luatical but if European launers can engine aud picker bouses are roofed in use our hides to advantage it will apsu aud floor laid The mill walls are up up a new field and tend to give a tone aud carpenters are busy raisiug the roof of kteadiness to this market that has timbers Willi reasonably good weathnot been felt for a long time The re er the factory will stand completed iu eeot shipment of African hides to Eu another mouth Georgetown Times mpe from this market while a new Wm Kavenscraft a citizen of Har feature in itself was not of that im- rison county living near Mt Carmel portance to the trade here that this died from blood uoisouing resulting totor shipment will be if it proves suc from a corn ou his little toe Several eetwiul in opening up a new market weeks ago he used an acid to remove a an hides are well known iu Eu- painful corn from his little toe It made where they have a general market the toe so sore thai it was finally ampuprice and tbe fact that shipments were tated This failed to arrest mortificamade from this sMoafaiply showed that tion which had set in aud a portion aar market was lower than the ruling of his foot was cutoff Gangrene then prior there These Western hides ship set in aud it was found impossible to ped are at present unknown in Europe save his life He leaves a wife and and the parties making the venture are several children Kent uckian Citizen doing it on speculation alone and are The business meu of Savannah Ga taking their chonoes of iu coming to a appreciating the importance of a first M issue Boston Advertiser class hotel formed a company a little 1 4 j con-wi- -t more thau a year ago purchased oue of the finest sited in the city and pro- Â¬ ceeded with the erection of a hotel building which is a credit to the city The cost was a little over 500000 and its doors were thrown open for the ac Â¬ commodation of the public ou the first day of January Over 150000 of Georgia material marble granite and pine were used in tiie construction of the building Savannah is determined to keep up with the procession On the coming tenth of October If they are allowed to live Mr and Mrs F Josephus Conn of Paint Lick will have been married 64 years Mrs Conns maiden name wasCelia Patter- Â¬ son aud Is a sister of Judge Patterson who has long since passed the half mile post Mr Conn is more familiarly known as Uncle Seph and his friends are numberless This is we dare say the rarest incident ou record 64 years of wedded life The next close case in the county is Uncle Harvey Vantis aud his good wife they celebrated their goldeu wedding 50 years some five years siuce Lancaster News Frank Wilkiuson of Williamslown Mass while hunting on the side of Greylock mountain was attacked by a large black bear which bore him to the ground scratched his face so that it he came a bloody mass of flesh broke his collar bone and tore in shreds the flesh of his left aim and leg The bear would have kiil d the hunter had the latter no managed to get hold of his large hunting knife with which he dealt the beast a few strokes that caused it to make ell Wilkiuson theu crawled into an opeu pasture where he was found and taken home It is thought he will recover but he will be terribly disfig Â¬ ured Mr Oliver Mullius and a number of the older citizens of this vicinity say that the remains of MissSallie Lincoln a sister of Abraham Lincoln are interred on the farm near town known as the Irvine home place Mr Mul- Â¬ lius says he knows the identical spot That it was shown to him by his father in law Joshua Brown who remembered the burial Mr Mullius has no idea of the date of the interment ihe age of the deceased or whether she was siogle or a widow Other of the older citizens corroborate Mr Mullius and whether the fact is ever proven or not Ihe traditiou is evidently well authenticated Bardstowu Record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F O Reilly Co of Junction City Kansas have sold to the Pate Stock Company of St Louis Mo the stallion AJJct Russell 222 by Mambrino Russell 2008 dam Alley the dam of Wilton aQ4 Albert France 110 and Alley Russell 222 by Hambletoman 10 second dam Lady Griswold by Flying Morgan Consideration 15000 Alley Russell is the sire of Mollie Russell record fifth heat 236 a SPARKS FROM THE WIRES Items of Interest Pat to CooTetnent Farm For the Harried Header Maj MoKinley is better There is a great revival of Pinafore at ld In Both the metliod and results wbei Syrup of Figs is taken it is pie nl and refreshing to the taste and acti gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tbe aj tern effectually dispels colds lion i acbes and fevers and cures hahituri constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the tntfe and ac ceptable to tbe stoniacb prompt i its action and truly beneficial in it effects prepared only from the riol healthy and agreeable substances it many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for snle in 50c aud 1 bottles by al leading drug gists Any reliable druggist whe may not have it on hand will pi cure it promptly for any one wbo wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SH FRANCISCO CAL Â¬ orderTto close out CL0THINGTUITS OVERCOATS And Other Heavy Goods of Our Line WE AliE ALSO RECEIVING AN ELEGANT LINE OF HEAVY OIVE Chicago Judge William H Taft has arrived at Washington Grandma Carroll iged 115 is dying at Cumberltud Iud N W railroad Claimagainst the O have been rvft rred to Gen Cowen An illicit distillery near MeMinusville Tenn was destroyed on the lUth iust A Philadelphia woman claiuis that detec Â¬ tives fraudulently abtained 30000 from her Rankin 1 Jones has received a chX k - ENJOYS WE ARE MAKING VERY CLOSE PRICES EARLY SPRING SUITS LATEST EASTERN STYLE from Mr Forbush shortage covering his alleged CONCERNING FARMERS At Gallatin Tenu 600 cattle have of late been dehorued aud Nashville Humane Society is aHgry T P Raymond Son of Clark conn ty Indiana purchased of Charles R Turner of Bourbon county a fine jack 15 hands one inch high black with white points Price 1000 four-year-o- ld Â¬ Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat OOu000 Flour The Senate committee on privileges aud Coin per barrel eWfons is investigating the credentials of Hay per 100 His the several claimants for seats in the senate Oats in sheaf per 100 tlis Lard from Montana Tallow Henry Dozicr a St Louis negro was de lilieratuly shot dead by two negroes who Beeswax Feathers came up while he was scrubbing a sidewal Meal Ideutitv and motives unknown Investigation will be made as to the neces Seed Oats sity practicability and expense of tuuu lii g Feed Oats the Detroit river near the city of Detroit Orchard Grass German Millet with a view to the use of t c tunnel for railroad trains from the United States to Timothy Seed Clover Seed Canada At St Joseph Mo Michael Claus has Oats in sheaf IxH n arrested charged with having stokn Choice blue grass seed worth of revenue stamps from tlie Red top seed ofliiv of the deputy collector Claus was at Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes th time an employe of the St Josepn Brew Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ure of eropS A deficit of G0000 has been found in t he aixounts of Johu A Davis city treasurer of star N Y Governor Fleming of Florida promises state aid in punishing the slayers of Deputy Marshal Saunders The supreme court of Colorado has deciced that the state has jurisdiction over the saloons in Denver An ice famine in Chicago seem to be inevitable and nearly half the United States is similarly situated Judge A C Bradford register of tie Tinted States land office at San Francisco died suddenly Suuday It is claimed that a young lady of Laporte Ind was driven insane through the iuhuuxiu treatment of hor father John McClain of Farmland Ind while splitting wood was struck in the eye by a splinter The sight was destroyed Capt Alpheus T Palmer aged G9 tbe odIv surviving officer in Maine of the Mexican war died Sunday morning at Bangor Maine The directors of the Reading iron worts have resolved to increase the capitil st k of the company from 300000 to 1 -Â¬ The president and Mr Blaine will attend the dedication of the Carnegie library at Pitti burg Food aud clothing are asked for the people of Stevens county Kan the result of fail Â¬ Three and Four Button Cutaways Frocks and Sacks Single and Double Breasted Prince Alberts ALL AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES you for past favors we extend you a cordial welcome to our new store Dont forget the place for we have moved to 220 West Main Street near Hotel Glyndon jgtThanking LOUISVILte KY NEW YCI NY Local Produce Markets CORKELTKl ARNOLD BY COVINGTON WEEKLY BRO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY A COVINGTON MITCHELL Richmond Ky Beef Cattle Butcher Feb 19 Hop afi jjc 3o 14 15c 12C 15c 1890 LO L OK AT TH I S - 1 50 I 7ji 2 25 IdMC 3 00 25 50 ioc 70c 2 50fS 1 THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF 40503 io - n 40c 2c c I5SJOc 5011 65c jiilo 40c CLOTHING J FURNISHING aU CLOTHING r I STiC 1 1 1 25 50 90 ltiib4 70 75 4 50 Home Journal Mr E W Lee returned Wednesday from Atlanta and St Louis where he has beeu buying and selling mules Mr Iee states that his firm iu Atlanta have handled twice as many mules thus far this season as they did lust and that the market when he left Atlanta was firm and strong Advocate Jersey Island the place from which we obtain the favorite Jersey cow is a small spot of laud If squared it is 6i miles each way Yet this little Island has a population of 60000 human be- Â¬ ings aud has over 12500 cattle aud has bad that number for the last 20 years for the census of 1861 gives 12037 And yet they export on an average annually 2000 head Roughly speaking on this ialaud they manage to support one head of kine to every two acres while iu England there is ouly oue head to every leu acres News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i ing company James Taskor Ed Woodfork and Normal LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPOET three of the Navassa rioters pleaded guilty to manslaughter This dii By KKKNK 4 KM BUY Inos of the whole batch Three are con- Â¬ ii -- i stock omnnssioii Merchaata at t inriu victed of murder in the first degree four nan Iii ion s to Yards aiui Loviujjlou Slock Tarda teen of manslaughter and twenty three of riot All will b sentenced this week Cincinnati Ohio Feb 17 1890 Judges Horton and Grinnell of the Chi cago superior court pronounce the law SHIPPING CATTLE passed by the legislature creating a board of Good to Extra 4 41 trustees to supervise the work of deepening 4 10 the Illinois and Michigan canal in order tj Fair to Good 2 758 3 turn tne sewage of Chicago through it con- Common and Rough 37 stitutional and an appeal was taken to the Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 3 3 supreme court 17 Common and Rough 2 Miss Susanna Warflekl the oldest resi BUTCHER CATTLE dent of Carroll county Md has just died at her home Groveland Good to Extra near Sykesvillf 4 ooii 4 iu her Ooth year The Grand Inaugural Fair to Good 3 75 3 Mirchr tendered at the inauguration of Extra Fat Steers 3s 3 President William Henry Harrison CTip tgZ 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 forty eight years ago was com Â¬ Good to Extra Cows 32 posed by Mi v Warfield Fair to Good Cows 2 751 3 00 30 Wter BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND GAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Â¬ Â¬ I Intend to Sell Them at Som Price 2C WA FHU1 i Â¬ Weather Isxticatiou Fair weather except iu northern portion ocal rains southerly winds becouiiug var iable followed by colder weather Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Best Shipping Best Bologna 2 1 oow 2 1 ooa BULLS Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin 3 25 2 6511 2 4011 1 1 3 2 2 PRICES Review of CURRENT ESTihL COUNTY -- Â¬ The stockholders of the Irvine Bank have received their charter George W Pickels of Richmond purchased the dwelling house of H C Rice on Main street in Irvine for 3000 Coleman and Bush of Louisville purchased the Estill Springs last Friday at a price which approximates 30000 Bush Crutcher purchased last week 100 acres of land at St Helens four milc s above Beatty ville for which they paid 30000 Good crowd in Irvine as it is court day Not many cattle on the market Work cattle selling at 0o to 75 Plug horses Â¬ Â¬ 30 to 40 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The prospective candidates are active but will not hold their meeting to choose between a primary or convention until this evening La Grippe is still raging throughout the country and although it is generally followed by Jpneumonia or dengue yet our physicians have not lost a case Superintendent Wilson has made his semi annual settlement with the State Total amount paid to white teachers thus taris9ajBSfa Total number of white schools in the county 54 colored 2 Colored settlement made in full Monday Feb 17 is county court day in Irvine and it is also the day set apart for candidates to decide the manner and time of placing themselves belore the people for county officers in August next As they are pretty well divided between a convention and primary election a lively time is expected Â¬ Â¬ fours conpou tSMj hid bid The stn k market this morning was fairly active HfcVSM sliaros changing hands in iht two hours of business to the close Values erc weak exc ept for the Sugar Trusts daring the tirst hour and the generally act ive hst declined under the load of luisville anil Nashville U to 2 i per cent Rock Ishmd Missouri iaciiic and Wisconsin Central were the next most active stocks Sugar on the other hand ad valued 1 After 11 Oclock then- some rei overy in the regu Â¬ list in the Oral few dealings but this lar entirely disapjjeared uiou the appearance of the tank statement at UD0 showing a loss in reserves of The Sugar Trusts declined per cent the hour to noon and the whole list closed weak at the lowest prices Atchison IV taX Mich Cent CB Q lOTXi N Y Central 100W I CCC 6V Northwestern IO0U Del ei Hudson lflO Miss Ohio M SH 135i Pacific Mail Wi Krie Rock Island 93 I ake Shore 105Ji St Paul 68X 7H Western Union Si 104 Â¬ Stock and tattle Ouotation for Feb 15 Money daamfl offered at 2 per cent There were no transactions reported Cur rency sixes llli bid the Money oc FEEDERS AND STOCKERS yoyi J hi 1 tUMH 111 Good Extra Steers 3 ooif 4 Fair to Good Steers 37 Good to Extra Heifers 31 Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 3 COWS AND CALVES Best tirades 40 00845 Fair to Good 30 0011 Common 12 5025 Veal Calves 57 Fair to Good 4 sour 5 2 50 Common and Heavy 4 HOGS Select Butchers 4 4 Fair to Good Packers 3 95 4 Good to Extra Lights qzin 4 3 Light Pigs 3 8od 3 SPRING LAMBS 6 50 6 Extra - HBUHUI Hui COIL awn Capital Stoclc rid S0000 HOME OFFICE -- 327 Fifth Streot BRANCH OFFICE Piacville Hotel POWELL MKEES COIELIISriEIR- have you read of the fate of Louisville Ey Pinevills Zy MCGINTY of such a fate At present he is at the bottom BEWARE ocean groveling among the monsters of the deep by blind faith 1 This Company owns 20000 acres of the finest COAL IKON TIMBER LANDS lying immediately around Pineville AND let LOTS SOLD ON LIBERAL TERMS Location for Manufacturing Plants of desirable kinds furnished on liberal terms First Coke made in Southeastern Kentucky was made by this oii YOU CAN AVOID HIS FATE BT TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF TOUR DLW UN Com a IS Be aPrlg aud clothing MiOitc braid lN JOc medium iiiijc Beeoe wnshed fine merino combing X and XX 2Hic2Sk medium clothing 30 Hgaic ole delaine Hay Choice timothy sells at 1150 12 00 par ton prairie brings 000sJ5O straw Wool Uuwashed fine merino lSgl9c Jf blood combing MAMe medium delaine Wheat T2TVc 27Xic Cincinnati S 23 39 Mind wandering enred Books letrned in one rciavduoc- Tf atimonils from all ProBpectu post parts of the globe annlication to Prof vaif sent on Fifth Ave Nw York A Luiiette il EMORY Analysis this coke shows 94 per cent fixed carbon less than 1 per cent ash and less than one half of one per cent sulphur of Company at Pineville The first Coke Plant in Southeastern Kentucky is in Pineville Iron hi of Exceptional Purity and Timber of HI Kinds ARE FOUND ON THE LANDS OF THIS COMPANY THE COMPANY WILL BEGIN SELLING LOTS ON FEBRUARY 5 Taking advantage of the the GREAT BARGAINS he is offering in everything pertaining to STRENGS m ai low -- LIFE BT GOING TO JACKS WANTED Home irood Jacks Must be cheap for cash Address me at Poplar Flat Ky giving least cash price and a full aud correct description 34 3i James T McCokmick ATna Good to choice butchers 375 415 fair fc7jif35U common 175g stockers and feeders 250400 Ilous Selected butchers and heavy sbip- paaca 4 0ri4 10 fair to good packing 3 DO iC IOj common and rough packing K50 k fair to good light 4004 10 pigs Sheep Lambs 405 5ootou OFFICERS JAMES S RAY President DIRECTORS and of Tiust Conpuy JOHN B CARSON LLIHU ROOT of Chicago Ilk Vice Iresident and Gener- of New York Director and Chief Attorney al Manager of the L N A ft C K R of the L N A ft C R R F A HULL DENNIS LONG of Danbury Conn Irest of the loard of President of Dennis Long Ac Co Iron Trade and MTg of Hardware Ktc Kdy and Pipe MTg J V STINK II S DARKER Irest R N I ft U R R Co Attorney for the City of Louisville Â¬ WINTER GOODS HARRIS 25045 75 0 75gC 25 HIOEEMOND II V LOVING Secv asdTrfa President of the Louisville Safety Vault and THEODORE VALUES and COST of goods cut no figure in the PRICES WE NOW HAKE EVERYTHING MUST GO F Vice Prest of the L S R R Co the Louisville Banking Co Prime 450g475 good 390 4X fair fjHltfiaWr bulla stags and fat COW Cattm Plttsbarf I - Irvines boom has come at last Mayor Collins of Richmond purchased last week W O Parks residence and store house for the sum of 2500 He at the same time bought of Hal Cockrill a lot on Main street at an advance on what Mr Cockrill paid for it three months ago of 837 and proffered Thos Williams an advance of 1000 on property he had purchased at the same time He also bought Mrs McAfees property for 500 an advance on what she paid for it eighteen months ago of 1050 and Mrs Leslie Olivers house and lot for 200 which was bought ior 500 two years ago Ben Neal on the same day sold to Les lie Oliver his house and lot on Main street near the river for 1600 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 430 medium 3T5 83c Hixis Common to COAL CO I have purchased the property of the said Company and will keep on baud all of the beet varieties of i r 4304440 best Yorkers roughs 300 415 mm at half prices of what they i 540 fair to good Sheep Extra 550570 4505 good 520 common 200 mixed 385 I At PRICES that WILL seU fJM470 mixed feeders 24GtgSheep Lajcbb Hogs Light S3U0415 405 heavy S85405 Cattle Extra beeves 350vr5B0 475530 steers 1253a stockers and 500aieo 85c Corn Wheat Oats New York No 2 red winter Mixed 36c o 2 mixed 86c March March 27c 27a Tobacco The yard is easy of access Pen ona NswLivery and Sals Stable desiring to haul their own coal will uot have to crima Ihe railroad I reaecl fully k quest a literal pat Â¬ ronage of the citivns of both county We have erected a new ant commo Â¬ aud city dious Livery ami Sale Stable corner of 13- T 8 HKON8TON id and Irvine streets Richmond Ky aud ask tie public In give us a trial COAL Fine ss IVMAN PAKKISH W II CUNNINGHAM BErajM inu IBolh I1LL HHyVlHWtunrkper10OM hrj Cifld Wtrhl or h afi h in h -- Li5im - Ols r NEW tvva li wviiii i vriPCI Warnmtad hiTIsS Overcoats Most Any Fries Just So Thsy M uulu BunDr cum aad c um aiuf mm W MMItmIu vmm kk riMUR with wnrfci uli Tree n togvtber with oar bum - Louisville By Glover Tobacco Market HORSES HITCHED OR FED Ail iim work to --bow MiDewiicMrnn tfcot who call toii what w rrui y o to ow thboot von that aNrar n aaJta V4 n9 m luablo trad for o wnu b bobU d 3 wkau oac ad ami thua wa art r pad W- - p tr all pr-aa AftS ffHfkt ro know all if you wutd lika tr to to work foe n- -rtcto m rn from 3M w ftQO par wti k and apwarda Addraaa tl do B r mm wi 4 Diirrclt Louisville Ware House Carriages Kr Trie Climax SONG SIGH OX Â¬ Â¬ Sigh on ve leafless trees As winters chilling breeze Your bear cold branches tosses Oh sigh because of losses Your faded leaves are lying Beneath where ye are sighing Or scattering in the breeze Sigh on ye leafless tree Weep on O saddened heart Each day loved ones depart Across that stream dark flowing From me theyre ever going The tears my cheeks are burning For those no more returning Weep for the loved one gone Aye lonely heart weep on Wilkelm - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sale on our market for Ihe past week ju t closed amount to 3881 blids with receipts of 2400 blids for lie same period Sales ou our market since Jau uary 1st amount to 19775 bbds Bales on our market of tbe crop of 1889 up to this date amount to 14713 bhd6 The ofleriiigs of burley tobacco on tbe market Ibis week have been on a large scale prices have been firm through Â¬ out the week with a noticable improve- Â¬ ment in some grades Everything above common leaf has been strong necessary to rais e quota and we find it tious to some extent Quite a number of hogshead have been sold duiing the week above SIJ and one hogshead of new burley as high as 650 being Ihe highest price thus far realized for the new crop The following quotations fairly rep resent our market for Burley tobacco crop of 18S9 lrash Dark cr damaged tobacco 1 00 to 300 Colory Trash 350 to 750 Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to rates AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle horses bores and buggies hired at low 16 15 f mmsTiiaisiii i ai KfcmuuLUUS CES- - fRl- - i a PAKKISH CUNNINGHAM iM c TT n A 1T rr s i k i at nrices that almost make them go of their own accord NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new ami of the very latest patterns They are for sale on Ihe Moat reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wont go home without one 5 m Plumbin Mccarty aas and Steam Fitting BURNAM HUME Everything that pertains to WINTER WEAR we have marked prices on them that will sell them Pump Repairing a Specialty All The Oldest and Strongest American kinds of pumps kept at T Wells Companies Cos Coal yard orV G Whites Drug 54 Store NORTH AMERICA JUST COME and LOOK dont make a selling price no one will These goods must go I want money and money I will get if prices have anything to do with it And if we THOMAS AYKES JOHN DONELSON 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 Nic leu 1 Springfield Pennsylvania meroh nts NIAGARA GERMANIa For Sale or Hent large two story CRAPSEY 46 500 I desre to sell or rent privately the Drip Rock Kv Feb 1890 Capt Ben McMurtry long the Chief of Police of Lexington it dead 250 Colory Lugs 6 00 to 1000 Common Leaf 700 to S 50 Medium to good leaf 900 to 1300 Good to flue fillers 1300 to 1700 ct or wrappery tobacco 1700 lo Aroliltects Wiggins Bixck Cincinnati BROWN O ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Bank BURNAM mK Remember what blind faith did for McGINTY Look at ns beJore Y0U Plan9e rt0 nnknown mysteries We are the eye Dont foruet our fllie is t th STORE HOUSE situated on a good corner lot In Ellis ton Ky known as the Hogan proper- 22 HUME Can refer to buildings miocesafully N B Tobacco Barna Country Stores and Milling property Bpecialtiea erected in Ricbmond Majsville Mt H H COLYEB Sterling Wiuclieater and Owiugsvilie 65 H J STRENG Promoter of happiness to aU who want it 33 32 BH ggf j viw They in consequence become so gentle purchased of Col R C Stoner the bay PERSONAL Sclah ch h 7 by Belmont dam by It Cured Brigats Disease Miss Swift a descendant of the fam- Â¬ that they alight in the yards and gardens colt Country Baron sired by Baron Messenger Duroc 1525 and walk about among the fowls Can it Mr W T Edwards has gone to Irvine Wilkes Speedwell Ky May 4 1889 This ily of which Dean BM was a mem 218 first dam Alacrity by HarLady Lumps b f 3 by Lumps dam is to certify hat I had Bright Disease bT is a well known philanthropist of old second dam Juliet dam of Mambrino by Almont Lightning 0aes7 - - February 19 1890 be that occasionally one of them gets on business or something tery much like it and Dublin 825 AND CLOSE ALL SWITCHES FOR THE belled by some admiring boy and subse Hon William O Bradley of Lancaster Pilot bV Pilot Jr This is a colt Of very was in very feeble health This was in Clayford br 101 by Sayres Harry a quently escapes to this country l IkAntiilt It crirtiiiv ill -year of 1887 Was here yesterday -I usrd one dozen the Exposure to rough weather getting v rish breeding and is a very fine individual Clay dam by Ry sdyks Hambletonian Irs Ixiltles of Smiths Kidney Tonic hikI Wet living in damp localities are fa Â¬ Mrs Rose Wagers of Iryittc is Visiting Colonel Stoner regards him as one of the rAt riitor Lundram Magoffin will be at the Gtyndon I am now in better health than I have vorable to the contraction of diseases of R 1300 best ever raised Price 3500 The transfer of Anderson county to the her sister Mrs Claude Smith Grace Galloway b m 7 by Happy been for years kh and Sth the kidneys and bladder As a pre Jamf M Hkndrkn ventive and for the cure of all kid Eighth District which has been discussed The public is a singular not to say cu- Medium dam by Seehs American Star Prof H Sheff the optician is at D P has removed lrom White p Handy Hold by W G White Prescription uey and liver trouble use that valuable at length was made officially last Satur- Armers jewelry store for a few days rious quantity says a Spirit writer and 35- Druggist Richmond Ky 49 eow remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and all to Versailles day The two divisions under control of Gladness b m 4 by Rysdyk dam by 1 per bottle 27 39 Mr W A Parrish of Decater III is apt to change so rapidly from one thing Kidney Balm Iiwiii- Vri - lf - See the deputies will be somewhat changed The Rev John Jasper of Richmond jiriiij visiting his parents Mr and Mrs S Par- to another but after all are most likely Happy Medium Sio Vs has delivered his celebrated serill county il Gl6ry b f 3 by Confederate Chief our friend Walker Landrara to be Ex- Â¬ rish this place to patronize staMions of two classes viz mon De Bun Do Move nearly two Those of extreme speed and those who dam by Happy Medium 790 Madison Lincoln I V Harris of Lnion Citv is re- - ecutor over Garrard Mrs J J Brooks and sister Miss Lizzie Louise Parker b f 2 by Robert Mc- hundred times and by his preaching Remaining unclaimed in the Post have proved themselves great sires giv Rockcastle and Jackson whilst Mr Tom rted as recovering from a serious case Jett have returned from a visit to several since the war hits acquired a comforta- Â¬ OfhVe at Richmond Ky week ending linson of Harrodsburg takes charge of ing an advantage of course in favor of Gregor dam by Wildwood 900 February 18 1890 grPI- neighboring towns Colonel Tom b s 6 by Lumps dam ble competence of several thousand Bana Mallnda Mr Anderson Mercer Jessamine and Boyle the former For instance witness Axtell Jones Manda Mrs nave seea oars At Co VK Mr Thomas M field of Woodford at 1000 and Wilton Letcher dollars counties Lancaster News at 500 neither ol by Whip Clay iolo Brown Dora Miss Lorcnge Vito - mi tliir wraa County Visited hs sister Mrs R X which have a representative in the ami iui ii iui Mathias Ed Captain Wagner blk c 4 by Black Children will freely lake Dr J H Brock Jennie Mrs MandayJocil SsSSggjj 230 3J4s White this place last week Sre locals Former Kenlmkians Candell R S Cloud dam by Champion McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm uncass Should not this show what specu1675 Cobb Sallie A Mrs Olio Antonio A Washington correspondent says Miss Mattic Shanklin entertained her lative people we are Colbert ch c 2 by Onward dam by like cough syrups it eoutains uo opium Fitrpatrick shipped to Lou- Mr Read Jacob will soothe and heal any disease of Hie Forbes Tom nit Paymaster General Smith who friends in large number at the residence Kearsarge Saturday Ij hogsheads of to- 355- by Tancoastdam Midge throat or lungs quicker than any oilier Gaphney Sallie Mrs RobertsMsry E Mrs Pointer ii6 now hopes to be Paymaster General was of Capt W L Neale in Lexington Smith Ed Gaphnev Wm During the week 400 horses sold for remedy Lcco the piihiit of 12 acres of land Z7 W by Belmont owned by Mr C R Stoll Griffin Bell Miss Tro man W T teaching school in Owsley county Ky Mr O G Reid a prominent stock 234000 an average of 585 Wyatt Charley Goshen Ky died of spinal meningitus Mrs William Asior recently said that Grant Betsy Mrs ncrnui McCrearyV able 6pccch in before the war His brother who was also dealer of Latham III is back in this his He was sick three days He started five r i ut well bred American women are dress Â¬ Goman Ilaltie Mrs Wright Frank aganisi uk MATRIMONIAL a teacher in the Kentucky mountains at native county to buy some fine Walters Riley LK jacks to limes and won four races Out of ten ilished in full in the Councr-Jour- ing more and more plainly every year Jones bbB that time has the rank of Colonel in the take home with him BaaaaWaat Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 P heats he trotted in tSSS he won nine He Mr Charles E Lyddane editor of the in public places il Jewels she thinks M Money order and registered letter United States Army They were VerlajaCS Under head of Good Selection the tcok his record when he had been handled Winchester Democrat and Mis Frances should never be worn before evening hours prompt 7 a m to h m mith salesman lor Claude mont Yankees Kansas City Evening News says W J but live weeks for ipetd and he trotted Bailey of that place will be married to- aud neer on the street J B VVILLLS pm vering from a Mr Rice who went from our moun Qiiecn has been elected by the Catholic tie last half in oSj quarter in thirty day quietly and leave at once for a short tiphoid fcrer supei induced tain region to Arkansas after the war and Donelsoii has n quantity of new sul Knights ct this city as a delegate lo the four seconds His owner valued him at trip Mr Lyddane is one of the good became United States Senator and who ppe kits surries and buggies of the newest Knights National Convention to be held oooo and it was his intention to take newspaper men in the State and Miss is now a resident of this city recently most popular patterns and at very tcrday in the in St Louis ttext May AH Waco arM Mr Queen will him through the Grand Circuit this year Bailey is one of the capital prizes of the and gained the celebrated McKee case in the abiy o- reasonable figures and Irine turnpike caw The Having closed out my grocery and represent Kansas City as he is a bus being confident that he could give him a bluegrass feminine lottery tichmxnd courts here involving a half million iness time gone on the road 1 desire to wind iji Is on the maiu line anl all others side tracked Makes tin - filed away The road has been man of much experience and sound record of jiS Stock Farm An old man who is living in the vil- the business Mr D T Mason of Mullensville KanMy accounts are in the and got a fee of 30000 He is a brother-in-p judgment and best connections of all SULKY PLOWS on the track Has free n believed lo hands of J D Feexey The following telegram has been re- sas and Miss Mary Tribble of Shelby lage of Arkansas Wi- for collection law of Judge Riddell of Irvine Es be Captain William Mann of he celePlease pay him ceived from Syracuse NY Merritt ville were married in the parlors of Sen E Mitchei of the firm of Cov- - till county Mr E right of way on all lines and takes coal and water on the run The other Ben Rice whom THIN COLUMN 35 40 L T WILSON Tappan stable superintendent for Berman nings Hotel at 7 oclock last evening la brated pirate clipper La Vengeance v Mitchell has rcurned from Big Mat Adams defeated for Congress bv only --For sale by Susan B Anthony was 70 years old last Bros of Berlin Germany who is in this the Rev E L Powell pastor of the First that was the error of Ihe Spanish main tijp where he considered the pros three hundred votes is at Spokane Falls Thursday and the Courier Journal re- city bought 4 young horses of Robt Siren Christian Church The groom formerly in the old buccaneering day it of sudden wealth Washington disabled by a broken hip Ornamental Trees Two Car loads of horses resided in Shelby county but is now a Lawyer Rice and daughters visited at marks it is not always that the good die for 1875 boii hl LADIKS tOW Where all the best FAKMIMr HARDWARK can Mr H B Dillingham the well known in tile West by this firm passed prosperous farmer a tonic or children that want building The bride is the Needing bought young W Piggs this place last sum rv gooes man nas aeciaca nui 10 cjuu Mr W for the least money next tloor to Uost Office up hiuil tnke HITTfcns BROWNS Ut It was reported here yesterday that through here for New York en route fbr daughter of Mr JoHn Tribble a rrealihy See his announcement else- - mer It Is plcawm to take cord Malaria Indiges Among them were Little fanner of Shelby county The bridal soldiers would be sent to Winchester to Grmany I Will be pleased to furnish any one All dealers keep it tion and Biliousness rhcrc in to days Climax Uilliam L II Ilh IV couple were accompanied by Miss M who toay faVor me wilh their orders restore the disorder growing out of the Tiorne 22Vi Razor B 225 Kitty G 9 35 Vaughn the living skeleton returned Standard Krult and Ornamental Trees i231j and General Garfield the stallion Tribble Mrs V C Fitpatrick and Mr Mr William Luxon of Lexington came city election Apples Pears em Orleans on Saturday where he i Senator Plumb w ho hat been almost and Plants namely Mr and Mrs Mason wi Other puichases of well bred stock will be J D Tribble over last wpek to visit relatives including Ma wha du Christ do when he was a Peaches Giapes Cherries Plumbs has been on exhibition since Robinsons Rome N Y In New York leave this morning for the grooms home everything in his time farmer law- Strawberry Plants Evergreens Water made at William his grandson William littre Boy - asked a youngster of his mothcat into u inter quarters It is understood that there yer court reporter soldier stockman Maple Ac will be added to the in Kansas Dan Jankins 224 and great granJson William Mr Luxon er in this Address place one day last week O 35 42 P F A DA MS Waco Ky r Benson the noted tercperance is 9j years old but is lle liveliest man of he minded his mother and never did any string The total purchases will aggregate were no objections to the union on the part miner millionaire also added to his of the brides parents but the young couple accomplishments the setting of type 25000 orator will lecture at trie Christian his age within our knowledge uncle Jim thing naughty was the reply Ma he merely preferred this plan Courier-Journmie Gentry and Mr Samuel Shearer Sr and writing of editorials Church to night He comes recommend The combination horse sale of W R didnt somke cigarettes then did he Ill 14th He drove over from Lex- bet he never if he was a db manv prominent citizens of his not accepted Brassfield Co Lexington of which Mr I you real good bov The bride and groom are grand children edAre a hadrestless at night an harass ington alone in his buggy and was not was by IStae cough W R Letcher this place is the company Ue Dr J H Mc the thoughtful observation of the late Dudley Tribble of this county Leans Tar Wine Lung Halrait will se- Â¬ fatigued by the 2ti mie trip The accounts of Breck A Phelps have II Burbridge whose The joke was decidedly on the Thin was well attended at Lexington last week cure you sound sleep aud effect a been placed in my liand i for collection But the venerable gentleman can well s used to visit Richmond died at I cn be found at J A Sullivans office prompt and radical cure It got hold of a re- beginning Monday First day 58 horses 27 31 DIED aflord to make such journeys even at his Column last week on First Street for the next thirty days ne in Bourbon Saturday He was great ligious item about Cardinal Gibbonss were sold for 16380 an average of2S Empress Augusta was a great admir- After that lime suit will be brought on age just to see that precocious little Mrs James Deatherage died in Madison book being sent by a special messenger On the second day prices ranged higher la hroiner i tne notorious atepnen o great grandson of er of the French and loved a associate all unpaid accounts Irrespective of whom we shall now consignment of eight county Ky on Thursday February Burbridge from Baltimore to the Pope at Rome 13th It The third day a color politics or church membership speak He is the first born of Mr and of W C Goodloe 1S90 after a lingering illness aged about with them was not intentional and we beg pardon of head from the estate P H SULLIVAN Jedjc JfPMs ttrntoa Mrs C C Wallace and besides being a 5 39 Sick headache wind on the stomach Feb 10 18s both the Cardinal and the Pope but we brought 17850 an average of 3481 22 years She wis a daughter of Perry The new City Council of Winchester wonderful boy in many ways has more could M Among the highest priced horses during White near White Hall and had been biliousness nausea are promptly and Ill not blame them if both were to get ancestors Than Mr Hobbs ever heard of sgreeahly banished by Dr J H Mc u i day elected Mr James M Ben th week were the following mad married four or five years The burial took Leans Little Liver aud Kiduey Pillets He is a prominent in all his associations with Little Lord ton Citv Judge Bay colt 4 by Alcantara dam Susie by place on Saturday 25c a vial 27 39 younf lawyer a native of Waco this FaunlleVoy There is Mrs Wallace and RELIGIOUS Hippy Medium 1600 county Good selection Three seats in her pjrents Mr and Mrs W E Luxon Corn seed oats aud sh ip stuff at the Mrs Laugtry is slowly recovering Regina K b f 2 by Wilkes Boy dam AT TH- EMr Luxons father and mother Mrs Dr Blanton will preach at Ford Sun- - Daisy by Lanbigne ill be contested in the courts the cojncil warehouse of V H Letcher Co at from her sudden and severe illness 900 Luxons falser and mother Captain P P day Beauty ch m 9 by Mam- - KU Depot 36 37 INT Mambrino Resideuce with 8 rooms cellar and Iallfw Throupb Ballard and wife seven on the maternal On account of the death of Rev Stcph br no King dam Beaulah by Alie West 2 cisterns 2 acre lot barn pond and WITH A D P Armer the Main Street Jeweler In the heated election in Salt Lake last side On the paternal bide is Mr Wal- en Noland his son Rev W F Noland 825 has secured the services of Prof H Sheff fine orchard For sale privately between the Mormons and the anti lace and his father and mother residents will resign the charge of Scott St M E 18 by Belmont dam Belvidere b Handsome Barber -- Shop and 38- J P REEVES celebrated Optician and Specialist of the Mormons Mr J II Walden was elected of Irvine three making in all ten a good Church South Covington to fill his fathby Tennessee 700 First - Class Barbers refraction of the Eye until Saturday rer on the anti ticket He is a record for so small a boy ers place in the bank of Noland Wilmore Sara Bernhnrdts latest pets are a Vivettc br f 2 by Onward dam MaMarch 1st Those whose glasse do not pnir A G Wiiliamtoa this brother of Mrs J Sears of Nicholasville cf young alligators mie 710 Perfect satisfaction given to every Wmtm Than The irippf suit or have trouble in getting glasses lo place and made her a visit recently How given to ladies Special Dolly R gr f 3 by Madrid dam by is not a church in either Perry There DRl NKENNESS LIQLOrflUBIT Ii all one children attention to my country The real estate fever is proving more suit are especially requested to call All Renluckiant do loom up when tliev Also and Rachel Boy 5760 Letcher or Knott county This is somethe World there is bnt One Care kinds of Defects of Vision of the old or friends go West Treasurer of Sail Lake is an deadly m it effects than the Russian Kscapade b f 4 by Onward dam Ju thing for good people to think on and act Dr Haines holden Specific I have moved my shop over to Ihe that has of late swept the counyoung corrected important office Eyes examined for ft on Recall some of the missionaries from die 730 II ran le given in a eup of tea or coffee Hotel and I hope all will come to see It has carried off several persons try glasses free of charge without the knowledge of the person taking me Yours very respectfully Vera Wilkes b m 6 by Guy Wilkes Frum Ibe Soilb it elTK ling a BBeady and pacasaaaait cure entirely and completely paralized numer- foreign lands and send them up the mounREMARKABLY LOW PRICES at which they SELL GOODS 20- JOEL W MACKEY n Huntress whether the pntient is a inixJerate drinker or tains Is not the soul of a Kentucky da 1900 Col Wm M Irvine and wife returned ous others A Pleasing Sense Hti alcoholie wreck Thousands of drunkards Clara K b f 3 by Alcazar dam who have been They were from the South last week Mr J Tevis Cobb attorney at law Uiis mountaineer as precious as that of a canOf health and strength renewed and of specific In cured coffee have taken the Gulden vviihout their knowl Ihelr principally in Alabama and Georgia Col place left on Saturday for Kielhly Ten nibal African or a rat eating Chinee i Young Josie 825 they quit drinking of and ease aud comfort follows the use of edge own to day thinkNo Ellen France ch m 5 by Red Wilkes Ihelr harmful effect refreewill Yea verily Nicholasville Journsl Irvine says the people are teeiing well ex where he will open a real estate Syrup of Figs as it acts in harmony sults from 11 administration Cures aaaaaav da a Mambrino Wagner The Journal is right Why should Ken1225 and full particulars cept a little nervous about matters in otHce The place is at the juction of the ted Send for circular Co Delancy b c 2 by Dictator dam wilh nalure to effectually cleanse the Addrtaa In coiifldeiict1 Coidk specific lh tucky send thousands of dollars annually Washington and the live stock markets Cincinnati Southern and the East Tenneslf The firm of Breck A Filzpatrick was system when costive or bilious For ISO Kate 81 Cincinnati O Nell 000 to foreign countries to convert the heathen He saw the Walkers in Atare good 7 1800 see Virginia Georgia Railroads which sale in 50c aud 1 00 bottles by all lead Mrs Lauchester who recently died dissolved on Friday February Dora McGregor ch f 2 by Robert A F Breck retiring lanta They reported their business good are said to have consolidated forming one and neglect her own destitute people The iug druggists at M au field England at the age of A F Bkrck McGregor dam Red Wilkes 1350 kills his neighbor and eats him Mr Joha W Fox who has been in ol the finest and strongest systems in the cannibal 108 was considered the oldest person W C FlTZl ATKICK Commoneer br c 4 by Electioneer Perry Letcher and Knott fellows but the Georgia some time in the mule trade is world Sorry to lose so valuable a To love a girl tis Sad citizen in England kill their neighbors for the mere fun of da n Mollie Cobb 5600 doing well On the hoie hut may success attend him We have this day formed a partner Â¬ Winslow Wilkes br c 4 by Black killing Let charity begin at home For there is no response If you suffer pricking pains cn mov ship in Ihe Hardware business uuder Mr M George Y Forman will remove The Nat Kiotrrs 1250 ing the eyes or cannot bear bright the style and firm name of Fit pat nek Rev C J Wirtgate rector of the Epis- Â¬ W Ikes dam Alide To calm the soul to Beatty ville this week and open a real light and find your sight weak and In the 17 S District Court at Hinder Wilkes ch h 7 by Red Wilkes We assume the indebted Pheliis But to love a girl estate office in that rapidly growing place copal Church preached his farewell ser- Â¬ failing you should promptly use Dr J ness of Breck FitZpatriek three of the Navassa An fail to git er mon on last Sunday and to morrow with dan Lady Almont 9500 H McLeans Strengthening Eye Salve Another good man gone but may he W C FITZPATRICK Grendel b f 2 by Dictator dam Eth aded guilty to manslaughter 27 30 Can death or life compass -- o cents a box his family will remove to Durham N C D M PHELPS scoop in bags and bag of ducats clvvn 1750 cipost d of the whole batch srith ML Aught of hope or art Friday Feb 7 1800 Mr E W Wiggins planing mill man where he has accepted a call Mr Win Directorine blk f 2 by Director dam Minister William Walter Phelps has salt Three are convicted of murThat is so bitter gate is an able and scholarly man and an a just taken possession of his uew home der in tiie first degree fourteen of man Â¬ has broad notion in his cranium that he earnest christian 1775 But his health has ma- Geraldine The stamp of the Bard of Avons name too will go to Beattyville and open a realBlack Wilkes blk h 7 by George slaughter and twcnt three of not All in Berlin The National Gazette says terially interfered with his work in this to the above soulful wuil is significant estate office OF THE no other country has so superbly housed K sentenced next week Wilkes dam Fannie Bell 4800 The case it place He and his family will be followed that a high toned honorable woman A voung man hopped up suddenly on its representative as the United States Elected br h 5 by Electioneer dam rctedwiil go to the United States will ever command the deference of right last Thursday and bought 18000 worth by the warmest wishes of the congregaJEFFERSON DAVIS Cora 5600 inc Court the question leing raised minded men Exchange of unimproved real estate bordering on the tion and many others who have formed Far belter than the harsh treatmen Mambrino Cossick b h 5 by Don jurisdiction of the United States of medicines which horribly gripe Ihe their acquaintance limits of Richmond and has had it tur BY-Cossack dam Fadetie 1175 the island of Navassa Heed oats ship stuff ami corn for sale patient and destroy the coating of the veved lie will put it on the market in Hilarita b f 3 by Albar dam Maria at our warehouse at K C Depot Low stomach Dr J H McLeans Chilis MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS the form of building lots lie is too mod Fifth Strert and Fever Cure by mild yet elT ctive 2100 W 11 Lkti her Co istes allow his name to be given but you action will cure Hold at 50 cents a At present this streetextends only two est to Lady McCann b m 6 by Red W ilkes 30 37 27 39 bottle Warranted -- tioin Main Street at the corner will find it out on him booner or later TO be SOLD by SUBSCEIPTION Only dam Lizzie 700 Numbers ol gentlemen are almost negThe London authorities have put a Increased Fifteen Thousand Fold U Lyman property to Moberley Barry more b 03 by Onward dam Between North Street and Mob- - lecting their regular business to figure on Orlena 1000 The prospectus and complete out fit for The Express but recently pajbliabed stop to the holding of lotteries for Ihe rf eiley Avenue there are twelve residences real estate in Richmond Irvine Beatty mi Belamour b c 2 by Belmont dam the fact thut Mr Z P Cole a poor mau benefit of charitable institutions which canvassing will be ready immediately of them not completed With two ville Iinevillc Middlesborough and Big AE Alford of Syracuse N Y has Alma 1350 who resides at Peursall was the lucky have heretofore beeu winked at when Agents Wishing Sesiratola Territory Stone Gap sold Lady Whitefoot to a firm in Berlin ption- - all were begun within the last Sophia b m 3 by Robert McGregor winner of fifteen thousand dollars in quietly conducted on Ibis great work will please address Persons who never before thought of Germany for 6000 year dam Ora Wood Soo The Louisiana Slate Lottery having If you want to buy a sulky surrey as scon as possible the publishers Upon the opening of the new depot such a thing are now calculating the cost The Kite shaped trotting track is a subJay b m 10 by George Wilkes dam purchased ticket No 98455 which buggy or carriage call on Dooelson BELFORD COMPANY Fifth Street will be extended another of lots and houses and thinking of build ject of discussion in the last issue of the by Pilot Jr 5100 drew one fourth of Ihe grand capital for he has the latest best and cheapest 18 22 East 18Ii Street New York BY By the way see our architectural ing 3- e to reach it dam prize of 600000 in Ihe December Joy Bell blk f 2 by Dictator Lexington Stock Farm 5- Indications now point to Fifth Street as designs and remarks on the last page of dinwing Mr Cole sent his ticket to At the Abdallah Park sale of horses by George Wilkes 3400 1890 SUUionS for Service the chief thoroughlare to the new depot to davs Climax It is said that during the 20 years 1890 dam New Orleans by express where it was Hay filly yearling by Dictator Cynthiana the prices ranged from 35 to But Third and Second Streets will be oy George Wilkes 2650 cashed in full and ihe money returned from 1867 lo 1887 six per cent of all There were 4 horses sold 1700 mKrt BBBBaVL IbW equally as convenient though not so level Elibeth b m 2 by George Wilkes to him in a remarkably short time bus the county records in the United States P P Johnson of Lexington has been A street w ill be opened from the new depot darn by American Clay 6oo demonstrating the fact that the Louis Â¬ were destroyed and nearly all by fire unanimously elected President of the through Colonel Moberley 100 CASH WITH KEltKN PRIVILEGE property to Hiv filly yearling by Lord Russell iana State Lottery Company is as reli Â¬ National Horse Breeders Association Ad v ire to Mothers ond and continued through Mr Pow darn by George Wilkes 3000 Mrs Wikslows sooTHiito8TBUPhonldhrs7 able as ever and never makes a promThe brown horse Alio record 222 by be used when children are cutting teeth It re ells to Madison Avenue Sophia br m 4 by George Wilkes ise that is not carried out to the letter Poor Billy Bcckncr Judge Scott has Altoona 8S50 dam Nelly has been sold by lieTes the little sufferernt once ltoroducesnntural darn by American Clay quiet leep sod the little cherub awakeeaa bright decided that the 5000 attached belonged 4400 San Autonia Tex Express JanuiMititatioal Cum ration Dolt sales as a button It is very pleasnnt to taste It California parties for 5000 to go to AusFirzah b m 3 by Dictator dam by ary 8 Rrotber to Bell Vara iu a race 238 sou then the child softens the fiirnaUujri all pain 11 to Col Bill Hamilton and not to the L C tralia Cat H M McCarty of the Nicholas regu stes the bowels snd is the beat known remed y and both out of the dam of Ueorgiette Onward 2700 V for diarrhoea whether Arising from teething or mrnal in his reminiscences of the ic Limited to 10 good mares 219 W K Vanderbilts stables on Long IsDISTRICT CONVENTION other causes TwentT tlT ctnts a bottle Bay filly yearling by Sultan dam by The depot at Rankin on the K C in land have just been Constitutional Convention sa 50 to Insure a mare Iu foal 16 65 erected and fitted up Belmont 2550 son county was represented by Clark county the first station this side of at a cost of They are English The Fourth Annual Convention of Discount b h 6 by Dictator dam by 400000 We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe Money is being raised for the erecTurner and William Chenault Winchester burned Saturday morning in every respect the Womans Christian Temperance tion of a Tatler 1400 statue of Com- Â¬ i monumental thp vw j- - - Buv it trv it f and vou cant denv it Mj aaaaasai rwt nlnw nimle ias been hardly a time within our also the store of J T Quisenberry his Patience b m 9 by Leland dam by Union for District No 1 will tie held modore Vanderbilt on the campus of A French paper reports the sale of the loss being 2500 with 600 insurance ction when a Chenault did not rep PACING also handle the 1241 iu Ijondon March 5 6 and 7 The mare Lottie W 2 2i to A I Feek by Hambletonian 1150 Vanderbilt University at Nashville Madison somehow or somewhere The paper signed by a number of per- E L Red Ridinghood b f by Red Wilkes opening meeting will be held Wednes Tennessee 25 cash with return privilege Roweof Ohio for Sooo The mare W have before spoken o Mr Turner sons by which they agreed to contribute day night March 5 and the Convendam by Aberdeen 2000 is in Eastern Europe B H NEALE P O Box 414 He was a sound lawyer and a man of money to have the R N I B located There are many accidents and disKichmond Kv 35 4H Sir Wilkes br h 10 by GorgejWilkes tion will settle down to solid business The owners of nine stallions have sig eases which affect Stock aud cause seearnest convictions and plain utterances on the south side of Main Street through on Thursday morning dan by Len Rogers 2000 rious iueouvenieuce aud loss to the farfond of debate and the Conven Richmond did not specify that the depot nified their purpose to W P Batch of Ladies have beeu appointed to pre- Â¬ mer iu his work which may be quickly Werdna b f 4 by Belmont dam by Boston to start in ths 20000 race should eard from him frequently Mr should be located immediately back of sent papers on subjects bearing directly remedied by the use of Dr J H Mc We have already sold He o of Thorndale Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market 1425 he decide to go ahead with the project It was a farmer and not a f peak 27 39 Hotel Glyndon or at any other point dam upon lines of our work Papers on Leans Volcanic Oil Liuimeut by Chichester Tulipano 3 a number of them The trotting dates at Vienna Austria mi man but as there was some excite The paper simply recited that the road Bending the Twljj Young Womans by Alexanders Abdallah 990 California boasts 3000000 lemon and for 1S90 are as follows Spring meeting n the slavery subject and Madison should be located between Main Street dam by Responsibility The Fourth Command Calinda ch m 6 by Harold orange trees in its southern section In August Au- Â¬ as dcply interested in negroes he made and Breck Street No line was ever sur- May Summer meeting ment The Medicine Chest and many a few years American Clay 1325 orauifes ought to be cheap tumn meeting September and October a speech or two in support of some pro veyed except the one that crossed Lan Agnes Wickfield three by Mambrino other subjects will be presented Is the best made we carry a large stock of them Â¬ slavery proposition of his colleague Prince Wilkes son of Red Wilkes rec- Patchen dam by Mark Downing caster Avenue about the residence of The annual address of the President 1350 Rich- Â¬ John G ord 2144 won during 1SS9 13500 in Thomas J Smith is March Breeze blk f 2 by Eagle Bird Mrs Boreing nee Sarah E Randall Iistribtii af imigt Iwaaja Estate carries im- Â¬ His best dam by Mambrino Patchen something un one should miss hearing mond Ky We carry a large line of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS A man came in the other day to com- Buenos Ayres South America 950 The will of the late Judge A J Ewing mense stocks of Salt Lime over a heavy track All Unions in the District are urged B had put in a mile there was 215 plain that the R N I Zulelka b f 3 by Sultan dam by admitted to probate in the County the HAfflES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and to send a full delegation and a com- Cement and A C Fish of Coldwater Mich has Mambrino Patchen 925 Court at O wingsville Tuesday Specific plank culvert under the big fill in Hern Im- Â¬ 1 Machinery b m 8 by Aberdeen dam plete report of the years work He thought it a mighty shack sold to J B Murphy of Park Ridge near Contention devises are made to Mr E wings eight dons lot everything necessary to hitch np Also full sets of Let all white ribbon workers be much plements Sulkies Gear and When told Chicago his famous stallion Hambletonian by Ashland 1675 daughters as follows Mrs James Gate lin way of buildin a railroad Nyamza b f yearling by Robert Mc- in prayer that Gods blessing may rest the best line of Groceries in At my residence in Madison county wood and Mrs josh Owings of Mont that it was merely a temporary affair to Wilkes son of George Wilkes for 10000 upon us and that we may have not drain the lake until they advanced the fill 1470 Hiram R Hiatt of Liberty Missouri is Gregor dam by Almont Ky 6 miles South West of Richmond Umerjr county 50000 each Mrs Jesse the sufficiently to put in the tile drain up on here buying good horses near the waters of Silver Creek I will Proxy b m 8 by Happy Mediumdam only a pleasant but very profitable He has purTurner of Bourbon county 40000 Mrs 41- dispose of at public auciiou the follow Â¬ meeting Mrs L M Dodge the side of the hill he grunted and went chased in the past week 6 head at prices by Mambrino Patchen 3200 J E Gaitskill of Clark county 30000 ing A number of Cor Secy 35 36 away Now he can go out there and see ranging from Lizzie Wallace b f 3 by Jay Bird George Matthews of Youngstowu Mrs Dr Poyntz of Madison county 400 to 600 Lancaster the tiling all in shape It would be a con- News dam by Nutwood 825 5000 Mrs Dr J T Catlett of Ow Wilson Barrett was offered 1000 ex Â¬ Ohio is certainly a remarkable man venience now if the plank culvert would Belle H br f yearling by Aberdeen ingsville There never was a time in the history of j 1000 Miss Sarepta Ewing tra if lie would play on Sunday night After having his right arm amputated GOOD collapse Then the water would gather the trotting horse when good trotters for dam by Almont 1550 0000 Mrs O S Riggen of Dallas in Chicago but he refused and be said as the result of an accident he placed Â¬ Vacquelin b c 2 by Wilkes Boy dam Texas 5000 The remainder of the es and form a lake up to the drain pipe the track and for breeding purposes were afterwards that be did not regret bis the severed arm in a valise and unat And Milk Cows by American Clay 1000 Â¬ tended went ten miles to his home more in demand than at present tate estimated at from 500000 to 400000 Lex WILL C0XT1XI L action f 4 by Wilkes Boy dam Azrailblk ington Stock Farm goes to his son McClellan Ewing Persons who lead a life ot exposure When nature falters and requires are subject to rheumatism neuralgia It is probable that an effort will be made It is announced that Prince Wilkes won by Contractor S900 I decided lo sell To the lCJiLic Pounds of Tobacco enfeebled energies aud lumbago and will And a valuable Protection b g to by Earnest dam help recruit lier to break the will my store house and consequently quit 13500 in South America the past season by with Dr J H McLeans Strengthen remedy in Dr J H McLeans Vulcanic Ubanks Gray Eagle 1200 1 per ing Cordial and Blood Purifier merchandising and so announced my His best English mile was 2154 over a it will banish pain aud Wib Bells the Buzzards Oil Liniment Neatwood b h 6 by Nutwood dam not lie 27 39 27 39 changed my very heavy track The performance was by iuleutious But I have subdue inflammation One Combined Mower Blackwood 3500 It is not unusual to see or hear a belled mind and will continue business at the equal to 211 on a fast track Fitzgeralds Enterprise ch h 10 by When John A Anderson of Kansas King of Belpre O buzzard In fact this once novel appear Â¬ Captain Joshua and Reaper 1 have uew goods the nicest H B Winship Providence R I has Red Wilkes dam by Goughs Wagner completes his next term iu Congress he baa a collection of Indian relics and ance has grown to be so common that it old slnud you ever saw and mean to sell them sold to a New Yorker the bay gelding will have been a member of that body American coins hat is said to be the All Kinds oi Farming Tools 1720 would not be out of place to class it with by Tom Patchen dam right along as usual My old customers Captain 221 Sealskin br f i by Stranger dam by fur fourteen years army ot chestnuts eat largest most complete aud most valua Â¬ need not therefore think of going else baid to be by Kcenes Brandywine and Strithmore One 4 Horse Wagon Ac 7 Hearing Mr J R Dunbar who lives ble in this country where Will be glad to see as many the bay gelding Ernest Maltravcrs 222 5Hf BROWNS IRON BITTERS Gov Wood ch s ii by Amboy dam down near Kentucky river speak of almost Cures Indigestion biliousness Dyspepsia MalaPhysicians prescribe Dr J H Mc ALSO will rent to the highest bidder new customers as may choose to come by Volunteer for 10000 by Billy Shaker ria Ncrvonsness and Oeneral Debility Physi Â¬ 725 eeing a belled buzzard reminds us cians recommend it All dealers sell It Genuine Letms Tar Wine Lung Balm In it I am daily adding to my already large The prospects are that the spring meet Â¬ Goodell ch h 5 by Mambrino Rus10 ask who bells the buzzards We have they find no trace of opium or morphia has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper atid choice stock and dont propose lo ing of the Kentucky Association will be sell dam by Fearnaught while its efficacy iu curing all throat or 1625 often heard of persons cutting their initials Ida Hweet who was once pension lung diseases is wonderful 27 39 be outdone by anybody Bud Crooke b h io by Geo Wilkes the most successful one ever held The with date on a terrapins back but we agent in Chicago has established an Kespecl fully track is being widened thirty feet and dan by Brinkers Drennon 4015 Robert Cushlng the sculptor is at 40 ACRES of which are In wheat 113 hare never heard of any one squandering ambulance system in that city H B DILLINGHAM It leveled and by the time the Spring races Citizen b c 3 by Happy Medium H on a buzzard work upon a figure of the Madonna ACRES in grass Term made known on day of t ile Burnam Hume are agents for first which is beiug made for Miss Drexel In some of the Southern States buz seed ots cheap begin on May 6th the course will be in as darr by Mambrino Pet 850 8hip stuff com and Resect fully good condition as any tract in the west class insurauce companies Try them It is to be put in a chapel in Philadel Â¬ Glenwood blue roan stallion 5 by Nut ard are regarded with great kind net at our warehouse at K C Depot Mrs A E Patrick Main Street Richmond Ky 33 formerly Kas 4 a fine is imposed for molesting thetn phia 36- W R Letcheb A Co Jeff D Cockreil of Mt Sterling has wocd dam by Alcade 1975 HE CLIMAX CLEAR THE TRACK Â¬ Â¬ i 11 -- l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V- Â¬ Â¬ Bv tJjif i t r feM k tI 1 -- SETTLE UP SOLID COMFORT jp JH BB - I Â¬ Fruit POPE 1 I 1 Â¬ RACKET STORE First Door West Farmers Bank will hereafter be known as the al Â¬ Pay Â¬ at Once ir THE VARIETY STORE1 Â¬ Â¬ J W MACKEY Racket Store 3000 and noted for the I Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ We make this change as the name RACKET STORE is the term applied similar to the chain of over stores throughout the United States with headquarters in New York City Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dissolution Notice Call and see us whether you want to buy or not Â¬ 1 MJ HILL aa Balli--iturda- v Â¬ THE COURT - Â¬ FOR SALE -- Â¬ - But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware of- Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE VATICAN 22q Fitzpatrick 0 Phelps v Â¬ Tie 1 BAIE is ihe Best Steve Built Â¬ LIGHT HALL rSZJT Â¬ VANDAL WILKES PLOWS 7 r at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bf Â¬ SALE RENTING 0nFebrnair20 890 Big Injun Plow sssssssssssssssssssssssaaaaaBaBaaaBaBaaBaaaBasBBBBBBBaaaaaaaBBBBBBaaiaBaBBBBBBaaw Â¬ THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Â¬ Taylor Hair Â¬ Farm and best Â¬ market Wagon HARNESS WE HANDLE ALL ICI1VIS OF IMPLEMENTS Â¬ WORK MULES FARMING AND GARDEN Â¬ 3000 Â¬ We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY Â¬ Â¬ 158 Acres of Land Call and see our goods and prices and we will suit you l FITZPATRICK k PHELPS - THE 10 COMMANDMENTS Think Carefully and buy from U6 Decide Wi ely The Best is the Cheapest 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place 216 W Main K led Honestly Is Our Motto 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Us v Buy Frequently If You Would Please Da Sell Reasonably Bias Ever Been Our Aim AY PBOMFTLY Is Our Earnest Request 1 1 A TWO STORY SSOOO BRICK i AN 8000 MOUSE A SOUTHERN HOUSE A CCrVPACT PLAN ABOUT OUR TABLES riaiw of an Elegmnt Kesldeuca Cant The plans for this handsome two story brick resilience are from Artistic Homes published by the National Building Plan association Detroit The brief description given is appended Flan and View of a Handsome Two Story Ilrick House This is from Artistic Houses published hy the National Building Plan association Da trait Mich Design and Finns of a Home for Winter Use In Florida While this plan was designed for a wrinter borne in Florida it is in mind that conditions might exist that it would be eocupied during warm weather I have often thought in con- Â¬ nection with the planning of southern houses that the problem was not so different from that which belongs to a northern house as is generally supposed The conditions of comfort and convenience apply alike under any circumstances and a house that will be comfortable in the south during warm weather will also be comfortable in the north under the same conditions It is true that the temperature is quite often as high in some of our northern cities as it is in the south though the continuance of the heated period is not usually so great It 13 also true that a house planned with reference to being cool iu summer will be warm in winterthat is the walls should be sheathed pa- Â¬ pered and weather boarded in the case of a frame house for a southern home the same as for one in the north Â¬ Â¬ A House of Small Arm Which Will Be of General Interest L H Gibsons book Fifty Convenient New Co Thomas Y Crowell Houses t York contains many things of special to Intending house builders Here u a description with floor plans of a very com Â¬ pact convenient house The body of tho structure is to be 3x4K feet There are eight available rooms besides the bathroom Suggestion from the Some rn of Helen Anderson The New York Decorator and Furnisher Anderson in an excellent article by Helen Our Tahas the following to say About Interetlntf 1 I and the attic Follow the TEN UfMANDMENTS ihey will ultimately lead you to success and and make us happv vncw Brick or stone foundation c it stone trimmings slate roof principal apartments fin Â¬ ished with hard wood oil finish inside blinds etc Height of stories first 10 feet 6 inches second 10 feet Cellar 6 feet 6 nches First story contains vestibule 4xT reception hail Â¬ SHACKELFORD KEALKRS IK GENTRY TIEW L 1 Brick or stone foundation cut stone trimmings slate roof principal apartments finished with hard wood oil finish iaide blinds etc HeiKh of stories first iu East C inches second 10 feet Collar i feet 0 inches in the clear First story contains reception room Â¬ Â¬ Iriiirir vss j I 1 Bitting Room J KircTeh1 ALL KIKD6 OP H KIWARE STOVES TINWARE WAKE IIOlSE F1KNTSI11NG UDS ind Wagoa MaketV JVx anl Material ALL KINDS ol METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING 1LOY FARMING EM ELEMENTS WAOoNS JULY BAKES WHEELBAKKOWS FANCY 0ART8 BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET Prior Reeptiotir Hall I Ci H GROUXD FLOOR H Petrl Room ning Jj ELEVATION Pantry ETC CL 1 AND YOU WILL FIND US Kitchen Dinno RoomJiJ nnnrTl FTOR with fireplace 116x14 parlor with fireplace 14x15 sitting room 14x146 dining room with fireplace lxlOO krxlien 13x14 pantry 4x12 china closet 4x4 front and back Stairs Toilet room under front stairs Second story contains hall 13x15 chamber SHACKELFORD Rj HMM GENTRY 43- - Kv July H 18 BOOT RING STILL IN THE -- p J SrsiVcdse L Hall liiili t -- I 1 Sitti n d Room Chntbr - g G4rr bcrfi l I Hall I l1 I 1 AN I L Reception SECOSD BTOKT SHOE HOUSE AM HERB WK COMB AUAIK WITH A FRE6H LA I OF CHOICE TO BE ENLARGED 14x15 chamber 14x14 with fireplace chamber 10x14 chamber 13x15 closet off eacli chamlier bathroom 7x116 S0J0 Estimated cost of building A COLONIAL COTTAGE Groceries -- FOK THK RemodeleD On account of the inconvenience that will occur therefrom We have decided to sell out our enormous stock of with This house may have u cellar and is provided with two full stories and an attic The plan combines the features of two houses which have leen recently built in the north The key to this plan is the reception hall It It is open from is the feature of the house front to rear There is the front door aid the window to the right of it At one side is another window Then at the opposite end of this hall over the stair landing which is a little over eight feet from the floor is a large window divided by mullions which is nearly the full width of the hall Thus during the heated period this hall can be open from front to rear at proper times and thus a draft of air secured During the periods of ordinary temperature this feature would add to the comfort of living in this building It makes a very attractive feature architecturally A hall which is open from end to end and which at the same time affords the conditions of utility which belong to a house of moderate cost cannot but be delightful At one end near the stairway is a corner fireplace During a chilly day in the winter the prospect from the vestibule as oue enters the hall would be pleasing indeed The vestibule which would afford a place iu which wraps could be hung and the fireplace at the other end of the room would change this hall from a mere passage space to one which would be regularly occupied Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ception or stting hall which is so common in the more modern irrangemnts of dwell ings This reception hall may best from the passage by curtains or portic sliding doors in which event the opening from the nim into the passage weald have to be a little narrower than that shown in On the first floor as we enter there is a re the drawings ture Parch a H GROCKD for a IlitmWnme but InexpensWe Six Kooin House The house here illustrated it w ill be seen contains six good sized rooms besides n wood shed two alcove6 and plenty of closet room U is of tasteful appearauce and it is stated Â¬ Ielgn j raiirr 5- - This room would pretOBt an attractive feaThe wini lows in this part of the room could be placed about four feet from the floor in which event book shelves could be arranged below them The window in front goes to w itum saTetsswa inclu s of tho floor Under the stairway and leading from this room may be placed a very liberal closet in which there should lie a small window Leading from the passage is the stairway and two closetn The little passage in which one closet is placed is sejwrated from the hall by a door There is another door opening from this passage into tho kitchen Thus there are two doors between the kitchen and the front part of the houss This arrangement has in mind the isolation of the kitchen froia the other rooms in a way to prevent the pa age of the usual kitchen odors The stairways iu this house are of the class known as combination stairways while they aro convenient and easy of construction there i a certain amount of complication iu their arrangement which makes them diffi- Â¬ cult of description so as to lie understood by those not accustomed to examining floor plans There is the stairway from tho front hall to the floor above and one from tho kitchen to the landing of the front stairway The landing of the front stairway and that from the kitchen stairway is in common that is it is the same Â¬ content Once upon a time we were well o with one stiff and shiny table in the center our best room a table that made not the slightest pretense to drapery not even a But today such a table In our modern scarf houses would look like a desolate island in the sea for almost every house abounds in nook little tables scattered in every possibledainty Many of these are very and corner aud artistic a great many copied from old tables and still a great many more purely American in make and design and there are any amount of them made so heavily gor so overloaded with ornamentation SSSsft that one feels under great obligations to the maker for giving entirely too much for the money Before furniture was turned out of factories by thousands and tens of thousands the work being made by hand was of course more ex- Â¬ pensive much more careful in form and exe cution and it was utterly imiossible to in Â¬ dulge in the cheap and gaudy style of decora- Â¬ tion which is the mistake of tha modern makers Many people fail to realize or are indiffer- Â¬ ent to the fact that a table costing thirty dollars cannot be duplicated for three Al though ambitious dealers iu cheap furniture will make and advertise the attempt the result is seldom satisfactory In fact after all the dainty form and finish has been lost poor materials snbstitatsd the imitation is so poor that it hardly justifies the term imitation at all It is so hard for the majority to realize that oue can more than get their moneys worth and as the demand is for this style of work it becomes quite a difficult matter to find a simple and good article that will not put its owner to shame by its unmistakable air of trying to bo fine Of course there is no trouble m finding good articles in first clas concerns but unhappily it is just the plain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bles- wsfsass A LOUIS Cnderneatb Jap Tokio journals report that the volcano Shiranesan which rises from the shores of Lake Chnxenn near Wikxo broke out in eruption early on Dec 5 It was observed by the local people on the evening of the 8th tbat the water of the streams which have their sources near the mountain was much discolored and gave forth an unpleasant smell About midnight the sound of thunder pesds was heard to a distance of seven ri from the volcano the noises continuing during the whole night The watchman at the hot springs at foot of the mountain was so alarmed by the phenomenon that he fled to the nearest hamlet where he re-Â¬ ported that the springs were throwing up jets of muddy water to a height of several feet Twenty four hours after- ward the country folks became aware that the mountain was in active erup- Â¬ tion throwing out fire and ashes the latter of which spread over the country to a considerable extent reaching as far as Imaichi The eruption took place from the crater formed in June when the volcano became active for a time Shiranesan was in eruption in June J The height is about 8500 feet The crater is irregular and contains depres- Â¬ sions tilled with water At the north end there is a pond of a remarkable green color At Kumaraoto the scene of the recent disastrous earthquake while a well digger was excavating for water at a depth of about eighteen fathoms the base fell through and he was only saved from a descent how far is not known by a rope which connected him with the top of the pit Examination has shown that a very large cavity depth and width unknown exists and this w as probably caused by a recent earthquake The people of Ku marnoto are veritably living on a crust About midnight on Dec 9 the inhabit-Â¬ ants of Miyasaki ken were alarmed by rumbling noises preceding from the sea and mountain in the direction of the southwest Inquiries elicted the fact that the rumbling was caused by an eruption No damage was of Mount Kirisliinia caused by the fire etc emitted from the mountain San Francisco Chronicle 11 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RY BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route tral Kentucky to All PointEast West and Soatk frost - FAST LINE BETWEE- N- Lexington Srhfflmf Cincinnati Nev 17th No 1 Efert Bfl No I SOUTH BOUND Ex iSuii Lve Covington Lve ralnx Lve t ynlh ni Arr A rr Lexington Lve Pun- Arr Hianford Kiehuioud 1a Arr 11 viiijson Arr Ive Cincinnati Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr i4o p m No 5l NORTH BOUND Ex Sun Lve Livingston Ive Ilerea 8oo a ni Arr Arr Le Lve Ive Lve Arr Arr Richmond Stanford Lane Richmond Richmond W J ni 1 Tl am incl A IT Le Arr Ive Ive I raimoiith ovimcion tiirliintl ex n Paris vntlilaiiH MAYSVILLE BRANCH NOKTII BOLND Lve incinniill Lve Covin ton p m Islington Purls Arr Mlllersburs Carlisle Johnson Majreville SOUTH BOUND Lve Mevsville Carlisle Mllleraboni Arr Paris Mild Winters XV TABLE NEW YEAR rerrthing We handle the L and eive you the PRICES Possible our unbounded thanks to our large it of customers who have patronized u- - M liberally ami promise to treat tlicin a in the la tire a in the f nd 1 Boots Shoes hats and AT A- - hall staircase 13x14 sitISkULS parlor with fireplace ting room 13x14 dining room 13x136 kitchen 1x13 pantry 4x9 china closet Second story contains staircase hall 4x4 12x121 sitting hall 12x146 with fireplace fireplace 1x140 nKR I 6 r HChmOr LiHaX I I Oowfc la BsrkroomJ CI afi I ir I FURNISHING GOODS I I Great SACRIFICE From now until the builders beiu and coujiilete their work This will be a rare opportunity for the people of Richmond and Madison county to get the B s iiiiiiii H Ll Cfcwihr H VMW Ju cu ton new wL 6f W I Â¬ Chimber in Artistic Homes published by the National Building Plan asot iation Detroit Mich from which the plansare taken by ermission that it can lis built for 1500 Here is the ikmi Inlhw the house being frame of course with brick orstne fnundatious Height of GROCKD FLOOR M Hasan Chenault itrnett 1 Wood Shed rrrr Biggest Bargains i B PSltttnorfoom Cosefl GORMLEY SADDLES W Thev have ever received from anv source for our stock is one of the best and largest in IbHibBj Baiconj S chamber Chamber m CENTRAL KENTUCKY This is no catch penny to get rid of goods but we are ia earnest nit everything we say j I Vm SECOND STOKT ifi m HARNESS MLEV k CO coa- - We have all the latest styles in 13x14 chamber with fireplace 11x13 11x13 chamber chamber 86x13 closet off each chamlier bathroom 6x86 two rooms finished in attic Estimated cost of building 5000 A Sucuefition for satar stories second finish place living 36x6 in the clear first 9 feet 6 inches 8 feet Cellar 0 feet 6 inches Pine First story contains parlor with tire 14x14 hall 7 feet 6 inches square room 11x12 kitchen 10x12 pantry HiKxslecl 7x18 Second story chain- - Ladies Shoes We have all the Ficture Hanging 1 lie latest styles in ground rixxm Saddles e id Harnes- s- DENS SHOES AND BOOTS e Up over tne fireplace and extending the full width of the hall is a gallery from which one may look down into this room Under it is a china room lighted by a widow at one side Next to this china room is a lavatory in which may be placed a washstand and water closet It may be entered either from the sitting room or reception hall The water cioset would be placad in the space directly under the steps This room would be well lighted and ventilated by means of the window shown Tho china room forms a passage from the kitchen to the dining room There are double swing doors connecting this room and in this way the kitchen is sufficiently isolated The kitchen is arranged with due regard for convenience and ease iu the movement of housekeeping There is the sink and arrangement of tables on each side of it Convenient hereto is the kitchen range Near by is a pantry in which may be placed all proper fittings The passageway to the cellar is near thereto and between it and the stairway leading to the second floor is the kitchen closet The parlor dining room and sitting room are shown in their proper relations one to the other The door which connects the dining room and parlor is not a sliding door but is hung on hinges so as to make the separation from these rooms complete at proper times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STOPT of makin stood it may be wall to say thai BBCOtro this under bm may go up the stairway from the front hall to the Â¬ For tho puri nave all the best makes and latest st vies in AMtd Ml ORDER of the best Hisses and Childrens Shoes workWe have a full stock of Blankets Ilurse Boots Stirrups Bridle Muzzles Trace Chains Blind Bridles We have the largest line of mid and Silver Buck ess ils Harness Soaps What to do with tiie large space over the Scrapers Curry mantelpiece when all the good sized pictures are needed elsewhere is a puzzle to housebs Riding and Driving Bits City- keepers It was solved very nicely by one hi ct leb We have the best selection of lady who had three small pictures uniform and everything in size and resembling each other in subject MADE I closet chamber closet - Infants9 Shoes In the chamber rrpn tenter BOYS SHOES un t Â¬ HHmIIIIIIIIm CHAMBER 1 wMr- - ry and ililv ol Harness Shop A market affords such as Knox ILinht Road Track Harness vni as Stktsox Eur Hats J closet e nave an aounuant sup 1 nley mad- the harness with n ssa mrum hi SECOND STORT tiSusi s wm her great But Py I mbrellas Neckwear Shirts Let Er Kip ber 14 14 with alcove off 7x9 chamber Suspenders Cents Hosiery kc and also that with which George she said as she lay quivering in 9x10 chamber 10x116 with alcove 4x9 TA to Jt bis tightly clasped arms what was the noise Closet off each chamber Vara raised herself from Iheardr AT COST At Cost AT COST Nothing of importance Gladys darling Professor Salcher of London has been exhe answered A slight rip in my coat that perimenting in photographing currents of ALL WORK WARRANTED jve us a call and see for your was all sir Ho finds that in letting a stream of air And then as the sound of two beating 41 40 self Bespect fully hearts slowly filled the room and floated escape from a pressure of nineteen atmosi 8V i E3IJLTS - She hung them like steps the one at the left being placed lowtst the one next it a little higher and the third higher still It is a new way to treat pictures and affords a re-Â¬ lief from the time honored plan of hanging two or three pictures at the same distance from the molding and the third a little higher between them ALC0VE - - SECOND STOUT Â¬ DR RICE F WALLACE RICE 322 Market i k vers i at t Curt lUr now at hird rl r aaaataa1 Street ad fourth LTOlSKy mm New and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC katmUy la Hnei pfcjataaui vat tsW Cnrw tOl forms of PRIVATE CHRONIC aad SLA LAX DIS Â¬ EASES mutorrhea asS Iapclsacr jll ml iikM 1 OTU- 1 I mi n M I T Sl lctl Iwo if k- - Ml s act Itkwwm air wh tmmi- M S YPHIXi IS OroMtM ny aUaar art r1 tLrrri Baous bwpaya aa - penua In Granite and Marble h iri arr rn rue aaaaaaaa wa ihatai eaaKJ Bit tar iiiliHiau tHs nit Utal aaraaaaatai aaadaataaa eaa he a altit MRMrhT m i r tpre-ttor saw Capo CHuumvteed i 1a all Cum a4 lor TinamTir or br tarr fva aaasut auiciiy a V Or r f jaa Tta PRTVATX COUNSELOR Sawat aw n aJtlma aaorar aaM fhn rat ucja2 toirat iB 4 I I aaVPaawll j JBM VV ---- V Haff73ulaF First Class We liave the Worimanskin AND LOWEST CONSISTSNT PSICZS tiou before orderinc WM ADAMS 48 ssfWrre trade in Central and guarantee hati fadion ny arft for prices Hnd iuforma- - tjle of work BON Importers Lexingto Ky surrent Item for urin unit Uectlllers A relapse of the grip in tlie case of Baltimore Md Feb 17 Collector an Indianapolis girl was attended with Hill lias received assurance tPua Inaepell of sneezing that lasted with the ternal Revenue Commissioner Mison that exception of a short time she was under he would net interfere with the order re- Â¬ dealers and the intl jenee of chloroform for forty quiring wholesale liquorthe collector rectifiers to notify eight hours The fcullerer a few hours each day how many stamps they after t lie spell set in became eo weak would need and how many iiackages for that she would full almost lifeless on they woulHillwant engaged found that dav Mr says that ne the pillow after each paroxysm of old custom by which gaugcrs had to the sneezing Her thiout swelled terribly tramp over their districts from 9 a m aud for a time it was feared he opera- to 5 p m and make up their reports at night a hardship not only upon tion of tracheotomy would have to be gaugers but inconvenient to lmn as the he performed After the sneezing ceased could not follow his men and did not the girl gained stieiigth rapidly and at kiiiw where to tind them at any hour he last accounts she was well advanced might need them Injured in an Kxploslon towards recovery The attending doc Mhwaikef Wis Feb 15 bram tors declare the case ia without parallel English aged 31 and William Diedrich Among the hundreds of letters re- aged 19 were badly burned by an ex- Â¬ ceived by Mrs Jefleisot Davis since plosion in the Qlatz brewery here last night Thev were varnishing the inside the death of her distinguished husbaud of a big cooling vat and it is supposed Ihete Is scarcely one more suggesiive that the heat volatilized tho varnish and touching than oue from his oM which ignited from their lamp and ex- Â¬ servants at Hrlerlield Mississippi which ploded The vat was demolished Four Jurors Secured We the old servants and ten Â¬ reads CniCAOo Feb 15 Four more jurora ants of our beloved master Hon Jef in the jury bribing case weie secured feson 1 ivis have cause lo mingle our yesterday and sworn in tears over his death who ws always There so kind aud thoughtful of our peace tee on is opposition in the senate commitcommerce to the erection of the and happiness We extend to you our Louisville bridge humble sjuipathy Respectfully your A government steam expert claims that Mr Davis the Tracy fir was caused by defective heatold tenants and servants was alwaja a kind master and such in- ing arrangements Charles Miller in jail at Lebanon Ind cidents as this which could be multi- Â¬ charged with the Furdy murder has made plied are the most effectual answer to some important rnrtnnai The Club National of Montreal a French many oi the untruthful publications organization adopted resolutions favoring that have been made about iiiiu an indepoadent nationality During a difficulty between half brothers A doll ehow for the benefit of the new hospital for women is about to take armed Woolord near Cairo Tenn one of was dangerously wounded place in Loudon There will be prizes them There Is a storm along the Jersey coast for the best dressed dolls iu the differ and a thundering asa is biting out big ent classes aud afterwards the dolls chunks of the Long Branch bluff i will be uold for the goed of the csuse Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ through the Lack door she murmured softly George dear you couldnt make that coat rip a little more could your Clothier and furnisher pheres across a small opening on which the camera is focused some very curious figures are formed varying with rb jwiftnen of tha A desirable arrangement of porch Is shown On the second floor there are four bed-Â¬ rooms a dressing room and bath The most economical way of heating rooms not provided with a flue is with a fur- Â¬ Nothing can be better even in a nace warm climate than a furnace which will do good service during chilly days There is no more trouble in keeping a fire in a furnace than in one stove It may be regulated so that the air of the entire house is tempered at once Then the first cost and the cost of maintenance is not so great as with stoves The passageway to the attio is shown in the front hall By examining the bedrooms ft may be no Â¬ ticed that there is proper wall space for all furniture Louis H Gibsoh landing some eiht steps and from thence down into the kitchen or he can turn right face and go to the lauding on the second floor This part of the stairs is used coming up from the kitchen as well as from the front halL However tha kitchen stairway is separated from the landing by a door There is another door at tho foot of this kitchen stairway In coining down stairs one amy turn to the right open a door and go down into the kitchen or he may turn to the left and go down the front stairway into the halL By this plan everything is concentrated and without the serious drawbacks which extra cost or a smaller number of rooms would imply to those who have only a little over t0O0 to spend for a house without appur tenancen The head room for the stairway coming up from the kitchen is secured under tie lathtubin the bathroom immediately above Tho cellar stairway is clearly indicated as going down paralli to the kitchen stairs and under the front stairs The cellar in this lions should be under the kitchen stairways anil the reception hall that is it would oc cupy all of one side of the house The mrlor is 14x17 feet iu size It is connected with a hall by wide rliding doors so that about one half of this sideof the room may be open The grate opposite the sliding doors in the parlor would present a very beautiful view from the hall and stairway Our dining room has an independent connection ith the front hall so that we do not have to go through the parlor or the sitting room to reach it Tho doors leading from the passage into the dining room and kitchen should be hung on double swinging hinges The windows in this kitchen should he placed about three feet from the floor so that tables may be placed under them There is a place for a gas stove between the two windows or even under them if desirable The porch at the rear of the kitchen may be inclosed with lattice work or what is bet- Â¬ ter coarse louvered slats like those of a Â¬ Â¬ style of work that is beyond the means of many who would appreciate it So that although one may be able to find charming picturesque little tea tables for thirty twenty five or eveu sixteen dollars it is quite another matter when one starts out to find one for five or six dollars A beautiful little tea table in the style of Louis XV of which the sketch on this page gives a very good idea hs the top in onyx and the rest of the tablj in gilt This would necessarily be very expensive and only appreciated for a certain style of room but the same design might be used u mahogany or cherry or any other kind of wood that might be preferred Tho use of such little tables when the style is really gowd is invaluable in helping out the di coration of a room they break the monotony of an other- Â¬ wise stiff looking room and form centers around which people naturally group them selves A pretty leaf or bit of drapery is of to almost every course an improvement table Some very handsome tables or stands are mado by the Japanese of teakwood with marble tops In design they are straight and square the legs beautifully carved the only objection is they are very heavy looking and so distinctly Japanese that they would be out of place in a room that did not in some way suggest the Japanese stylo in decoration Some of these tables sell as low as t and considering their workmanship seem very cheap A very inexpensive little table might be made for a library or sitting room of almost any wood cne might fancy and it might al Â¬ most serve for a bookcase as it has ample room for books or jiapers Iu construction it is some-Â¬ thing like a very high office stoohV xcept that the top and shelves are square and it has four legs instead of three At about a foot from the top a second shelf is placed and this is foUowed by three or four shelves the same shape as the top of course the natural spread of the legs would make the bottom shelf con- Â¬ siderably larger than the first and these Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ffea AX INEXPENSIVE TABLE bric-a-bra- The continued mildness of the winter has already produced one crop of the most natural character that is to say of precedents A continental collector goes back so far as the year 1424 when the orchards blossomed in the month of March and the vineyards in April to 1538 when the flower gardens were full of bloom in January and to 1585 when the corn was in the ear at Easter In the next century we have 1669 without frost or snow anywhere and in 1602 a German winter during which the stoves remained unlighted Following these 1707 carries us on in the chronicles of especial mildness till we come into living memory with 133 and 1866 as the dates of years without winters Whether the record is likely to be of any use to Zadkiel or old Moore in the department of political meteorology is questionable though the three last named years were certainly critical in their way as denoting respect- Â¬ ively the union of England and Scotland the reform bill and the birth of the Prus Â¬ sian supremacy But it is noticeable that several of the years in the list were closely connected in date with winters of exceptional severity The mildness of 1424 was compensated by the historic frost of the next winter but one and persons who saw the gardens gay in January had to cut their wine with hatchets before they were much older The stovelesa winter of 1692 immediately followed that of 1691 when the wolves driven by the cold invaded the streets of Vienna in search of food and 1707 was folio wijd two years later by a frost of three months long Of course but little regularity is observable about the comparison and long intervals have frequently passed be- Â¬ tween the compensation of one extreme by another London Globe Â¬ Johnson - am Lexington Cincinnati Covington ClnciniiAi 7v -- i TRAIN NnTI Lexington Hint i inen Oel ween Cloelnnall i Falmouth Tail p No 7 Leave No Leaves Paris Ithiaa m Leaves No I Ieti x ni M ter for points on the N N IMPtiRTAN r TraiBKof rive at ami PnsMneer St neetion foi Ttiroiiiiti to any oint rei For full mrtieiilrs aitilrem sentof The Coinpanv E H BV W L MlXsiiS Trmv Passr Agt Tra Lr tileinliil S F B Mi iRSKlien V- H K HUNTINGTON Nils J HUll 111 Genera uince C IARR T WELLS B K C T WELLS CO feliljyiirii You Only a cquar from the Court dont have to send the depot Itt fAt ir A Kobesonia Pa assigned mi 000 shutter The door which leads from tho porch Into the pantry is a small one placed above the ice chest and is for the use of the iceman The arrangement of rooms up stairs will bo readily understood Leading out of the hall Is a store closet for bedding etc It is located so as to be accessible from all rooms From the front end of tho hall a door leads into the stair passage to the attic The longest reach of railway without a urvo is that of the New Argentine Pacific railway from Buenos Ayrea to the foot of the Andes for 211 miles it is without a single urve and has no cutting or embankment deeper than two feet or three feet shelves are not only very odd and pretty but are also very useful w ith a few bits of pretty china on the top and the rest of the shelves used for books and paiers this makes a nico little tea table for a library or general sitting room and almost any carpenter could make one Many fanciful ideas are carried out in the way of tables now seme heart shaped some called kidney shaped and others where both the heart and kidney shapes are combined the one for the upper the other for the lower shelf They could hardly becalled tea tables but as they are small they make a nice rest- Â¬ c ing place for and are very appro- Â¬ priate for small rooms In the dining room of a prominent New York artist is a dining table that might be used with good ctrect in many houses and the expense of making such a table could if one were handy bo said to be literally noth- Â¬ ing and the result if only half as good as the original would still be a very unique and artistic thing in the way of tables In the first place a pair of ordinary wooden horses bad been taken painted white then rubbed down to a fine enameled surface upon theso horses was placed a large piece of square wood very much like an enlarged drawing board which had been previously treated in the same manner as the horses This board w as then fastened to tho horses by means of large brass headed nails Of course the only part of this table which would be at all ditticuit to make would be the enameling as it generally takes from five to six coats of paint before it is rubbed down with pumicestone and oil It might be made on the same plan stained black and then finished with the brass headed nails This would be very much easier to construct and would not require even the aid of a carpenter Â¬ As ts from liabilities not stated Soft Coal and Anthracite Two and one half ounces of arsenic were found In the stomach of Jacob Eberlo of Nut and Lump Coal Peru Ind who had been dead two years Bailey the daughter of a wealthy Jennie Now open at Myers old limit farmer committed suicide near Columbus Ind Disappointment in love was the cause next to Jsteond Fn suyieriau cl W B Shaw a native of Antigo Wis has Quickest delivery in town Try u been trausplated from Johns Hopkins Uni prices i7- c versity to New York state as state librarian vTslls The phonograph is the latest affair to be worked by a nickel in the slot A com-Â¬ A 6 WILLIAMSON pany was formed iu the east Saturday mornto 000 Â¬ wl tnwn fmrmmw fV rt CwlIlfaitMjPirr ii t t Â¬ ing The majority and minority reports upon the new code of rules proposed for the lower house of congress have been filed and ordered J CITY ENGINKKK Civil Engineer Surveys made and Surveyor printed P MTlSCDlsCai On- - sf TM3 mbL W dbI 3 EY accaaa ri cm4 Ta feOowlar -- m v up- - nor food- - w iii r a toONi riRoi ra vara laaagcty1 Omly tbosx- who wnu aaabv to a it asses an mks atro of tsMbnre All youASSbavr tudoia -A Jat H ill call voor anrhbofa Ttaota thr Mrlt anrquaoJ anil 3SFREE KilMKtm Mir to t mvarM pikes lUssslways lv tim ve- Farm drainage Town Lots laid off fr Kaiwi GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced Special attention given to topographical inas and gas farms ami other lands Correspond ence solicited with parties kstcmstd in surveys of lands in mountain coun ties of Kentucky Office City Hall Richmond Ky 9 Â¬ 4 tkoas sWIMUM mwmw wa tfc of fi at EfVAj uttipTMKt rfe lBf aaaall wt tsa Mrtiisftela-M cfthc rwaBc J yon I M - f V S - ia7B bw rnmi ii Hull Â¬ of iteb lk It - cai4sMWoartWU r boat the f carry Wa will tea how yow acofMis - anr a-i r A ftnn ik alas I with rsswc irvm 9m ww t as Cs We vjy all expr so writasUomeo Belter 11 n II ALBB r r W sa W MAJti -H II ii CTWVf fJfh iay UHACQUArWTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COOTfTHY WILL CBTACT MUCH VALUABLE IBTOHMATIOH FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF HI MAM Few cities in the world have such perfect postal arrangements as Berlin and it was the fame of tho Stejphau system which recently induced tho Italian government to send ome men to Lrlin to study it with a view to its introduction in Italy Â¬ Health Hints Dont contradict your wife Dont tell a man he is a stranger to the truth because he happens to lie smaller than yourself Errors of this kind have been known to be disastrous Never go to lied with cold or damp RIVER STEAMER SUNK Hie Louise Sluke iu Fifty Feet of Water lu the 51 Johoj Klvcr feet Leave them beside the kitchen fire where they will be handy to put on in the morning It is bad to lean your back against any thing cold particularly when it is an icy javement upon which your vertebral arrangement has caromed with a jolt that shakes the buttons off your coat Always eat your breakfast before be Â¬ ginning a journey If you liavent any breakfast dont journey After violent exercise like putting up the stove or nailing down carpets never ride around town In an open carriage It is better to walk It is also cheaper When hearse speak as little as posible If you axe not hoarse it wont do you any harm to keep your mouth shut too Dont light the fire with kerosene Let the hired girl do it She hasnt any wife and children You have Dont roam around the house in your bare feet at the dead of night trying to pick up stray tacks Men have been known to dislocate their ja through this bud practice When you see a man put the lighted end of a cigar in his mouth dont ask him if it is hot enough Serious injury has often resulted from this habit Philadelphia Inquirer The Jacksonville Fla Feb steamer Louise of tlie Jacksonville and foji Mayport lino ran into an obstruction early Sunday morning near Hunters Mill on the St Johns river and wa One sunk in less than three minutes mn was drowned and the other passen Â¬ gers and crew barely escaped with their uvea The Louise left Mayport late SatFarquhar of the United States steamer urday night bound for this city She had on board a crew of sixty men in- Â¬ Trenton for extraordinary courage and cluding Capt Charles Floyd and seven brawsry displayed iu the rescue of 140 of tne passengers Tle run from Mayport is officers and crew of the United States steamer Vandalia at Apia Samoa March only two or three hours and tlie passen10 gers were all lying asleep about the cabin The organization of Molly Maguires is with their clothes on About 130 oclock the steamer crashed into some obstruc- Â¬ thought to still ext in Pennsylvania aud the murder of Patrick Hagney a special tion supposed to be a sunken lighter officer of the Rending railway at Pboenix and sank in about three minutes ville is ascribed to them Capt Floyd gives the following acA paper tacked Whou the boat on a wheelbarrow a Iqv feet awuy stated count of the disaster btruck we rushed to the cabins and that DeiinU Kelley and John Kane policecalled to the passengers to make for the men would meet a lik fate lifeboat The water rushed in so fast I B bVitanie Btoi Balm that tha boat could not be readied and we finally got in a life raft and eut it If you try till remedy yon will iv an many loose This was on the hurricane deck others Imvr sunt unit it Is I be in st IiIihxI Write to which we had retreated There were purl Mr aid tonic book of Uiool Halm Co AtlantA tia for convincing teetl ten persons on the raft and myself and inony J P Inis Allnin tin Eph Hood in the water I threw my West Kndlwrtle I consul arm over a stick of wood which aided eared me of thai IS B It and scotti- neatly rhenmntlm Wes Â¬ me in keeping above the surface It R rtiiulter Alliens Is R B srtVs ley Evans a youag colored passenger cured mmjoi mi tiktr in bad resinted ail that er treatment went down with the boat and was E O TUtsley CoiosnMaaa Ala writes We were not iu the water drowned My sleerated very long for tlio schooner Jesse W Ureas mother and sist-a H had cured Uti sore and laofuM b Starr came to us arid took us all in The Jacob P sroncler Newman U writes Louise lies in iirty feet of water nothing rheamatUni In being visible but about live feet of her TerrllUe Crllua Qaickljr Avenged U longs to the estate ntilii iStreet Crawkobksvillk Ark Feb 15 Bliss smoke stack She Baltimore Md with Ada Ga was found dead Wednesday of the late Alexander Wallace and was bleeding piles two write mid am irlnd to say v ears Her body valued at alout 15000 that one lltle of H U H cure near her parent residence JJ Hnrili was full of luickf hot and had been out Â¬ Granville Morenos of Mew York who lx a ijuick raged George Garrett employed as a cured inc was lately chosen president of the Window A Mpiiik taborar by Mr Goes was su glass Workers association f tendered his y cured my child of doing the horrible crime and U resignation at a meeting Friday night The eczema zens became so infuriate l took A U r oiii nin wi iis in resignation was accepted and a new election It B cured my Corvett aud hacked him to pieces mother of ulceialed sore ordered iliaout 17 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 I A man named BriMley aged a8 years while in ii from an attack of la grippe j msusd fron tlie Ohio bridge into the Alle ghmy riv r at Pittsburg yesterday but was rSSSSMd b fore drowning He is in a ssrioas condition Jehunda Kallen an orthodox Hebrew of Chicago is SBiag Abrahim Wilkus for tor XBBSfSrsjny to blacklist Kailen and deprive htm of thuiaji of earning his living at his pioession of choehoet or orthodox Jewish bitch r Kallen says he has been boy- Â¬ cotted fctnee l v7 Th Massachusetts Humane society has awarded a gold mUl to Capt Nonnau H I 21s - Twaa h ju f tB j sJ t gT-jjW THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLIN0 PACIFIC R2UWY Including main linee branches and extensions East and West ot Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest from KnWJl Ishj nd Davenport Dea Moines Chicago LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthineton Sioux PaJis Water town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and citisa ia tho short direct route In connection with Hnci from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging at Kansas City it also constituted FilTi28k It traverses vast areas of tho richest farming and grazing lands in tbs world forming speediest most popular and economical system of transportation tothe from all cities towns find Hocticia In Kanan Col- Â¬ and orado and the Indian Territory FREE Roclining Chair Cfins between Kansas Citv and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchlneon Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cocl n 3unmer warmed toy steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated atid free from dxtst leave Kansas City and St Josopa daily on arrival of trains from tho East and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palaco Sleepers and FRiSE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Sprtngii and Pveblo maldiig 3tops only at important in tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado SuperD Lining Hotels at con- Â¬ venient stations v est of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious Tnoaln at eeaeonablo hours and at moderate prices Â¬ THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS To Manitou Pikes PeaJc tho Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs tha mountain parks mining camps and citie sanitary resorti hunting and flahing grounds und scenic attractions of Colorado Its Veetibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment They alsomake close connections at terminal cities In Colorado in Union Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texae and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines r ei i i Maps time raoiee folders copies of the - Western Trail usouwsi uwuuuj i tu iiu uior ueeiroa information HCitrsliS E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Gnr- - Manager ro ii i rrcl Ticket Pa s- VJI BRYANT I I 1 si-i- esiMftgseafi LOUISVILLEJCY STRATT0N Business College