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JMBwSBS tfrl JrT torFjrrjfernfVl f 3J5fo 4 C- - f At traction 1 - ffi 1 BATTERY OF BOILERS EXPLODE jrS0vsvo Broken Dam Disaster The Vaters of an Artificial Lako Suddenly Released OVER FORTY PERSONS DROWNED Full Fxtent of the Calamity Not DeB Town in the Path of nitelv Known the Flood from Which All Cominiiiiica- tion Is Cut Off Same of a Few of the Virtinis PBOOOTT Ariz Feb 21 The fine large storage dam hu ill across the Haasa yanipa river by the Walnut irove Water Storage company two years ago at a east of 9900000 gave way yesterday morning under the pressure of the heavy flood and swept everything be- Â¬ fore it Forty piersons are known to have lost their lives As the town of Wickenburg thirty milm below the dam was on the same stream great feiirs are entertained for the safety of that town but as there is no biographic communication no news is obtainable of its fate The service dam of the company is lo cabil lifteen miles slow the reservoir and fifteen miles of Hume just approaching coinpleton was also swept away al the company lias spent over 800000 on the enterprise of steerinc the water The hydraulic mining macnine had arrived ami they expected to com Â¬ mence operations next week The dam which held the water back was 10 feet long at the base and 400 feet at the top It was lio feet thick at the base and ten ftct at the top forming a lake tlmt miles in length by three fourths of a mile wide and 110 feet ill en Lieut Brodie in charge of the work was absent at Plireuis superintending the shipment of the machinery to the works and was roved Of those known to have been drowned were J Haines wife and four children H Roone and two daughters Johu Silby Joseph Rey nolds Mrs McCarthv and S HcMiller A Later Arroniit PhEsott Aria Feb 24 The num- Â¬ ber of people drowned at Wickenburg by the bursting of the dam across the liassayanipa river near here is not deli- A numlier of houses nicely known were certainly carried away and many were drowned but owing to the lack of telegraphic communication the exact re ult of the disaster cannot be ascer tained The ominous rush of water from the broken dam gave a warning to the people of the valley that many took ad vantage of and had time to escape Rain lias In en falling heavily for several days past and the dam was split from top t bottom by the force of the waters Up to the present time no further details is to loss of life can be learned but it is thought that the number drowned is ver great Use properly loss is immense Due to Carelessness SAX Francisco Feb 24 Engineer Luther Wagner has given some detaiLs of the construction of the great storage dam acroai Hossayampa river which show Hint this disaster like thai at Johnstown was according to him due to carlessncss and meanness of the New York corporation that built it Wagner was called in to report on the dam alout a year and a half ago It was to have been faced with ston eleven feet thick at the base and four feet at the top and tilled with loose rock and made water Â¬ tight with Wooden sheathing Jt was about dene when Varner in spected it and he found the stoic had v idled in carelessly and was high in the center making the structure unstable The junction of sheathing and lied rock was intended to lie secured by thick layers of Portland cement but this work wasnt well done because of the cost of getting cement to the works Thus a dangerous crevice was formed at the base of the dam and leakage was heavy being 141 inches with o feet of water in the dam The lumber Wag- Â¬ used was also full of knot holes ner advised the discharge of the con- Â¬ tractors and engineers as he regarded them as worthless but this was not done The company however acting on his advice cut large waste away and strengthened the weak places Wagner warned them that the dam would be un safe unless some of the work was gone ever and rectilied but they would not listen to this As Telegraphed to Denver DsOrVBt Col Feb 24 A Prescott reneral feeling of excite- Â¬ spei ial says ment and suspense prevails here over The the disaster at Walnut Urove courier who brought the telegrams to the owners of the property notifying them of th ir great loss could give but little particulars further than to report Five bodies had the numlier missing been recovered and identified when he left The distance to the storage dam from Prescott by the shorti st trail is forty miles while the service dam where the employes were located was fifteen mills further down stream Immediately on receipt of news here Adjt iirn OXeil started for the scene of disaster with two surgeons to assist the wants of the siiiTerers and superin tend the burial of the dead A representative of The Journal Miner a local paper accompanied the party who will send a special courier with full particu- Â¬ lars President of the Company Missing New York Feb 24 The president of the Walnut irove Storage companv is Martin 8 Van Euren of this city He went to Irescott in November with his daughter Nellie and her cousin Miss Mary Ilanlon He intended to inspect the dams His friends cannot hear from him by telegraph and are anxious for his safety and that of the ladies Â¬ Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft Ik i SPARKS FROM THE WIRES Items cf Interest Pat In Convenient Form Fur the Hurried Reader Then is u hydrophobia scare at Staunton t lis Jr ffi u fe-J- 4 ghgnis Jli OLUME OH RT lilKrCTOKY RT in R III Uapwccdfted WOVKK A RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1890 Program of Congress Forecast of the Business of Both Houses oi is an a si mi Lutti ry Compart Incorporated liv the Iciihlaturc f r Kd- ncatKinal ami Charitable ptsfpaats and its franchise made i part Ho present State Constitution iri iSo by an overwhelming popular oie Its Mairinoh Di aw wigs take place Semi Annuallv JnneanJ Der ember an it Grand Single Number Drawings take eack ot the other ten month of r and are all draws in public at adetny of Musiii New Orleans La I NUMBER 37 Match and Septem- Attorney Chas J MILLION DISTHMi IKIl Mo ton II W MMer IK Rurnarn KT A WEEK DEVOTED TO SPEECHES Ten Senators Will Speak on the Rlair Klm atlnia Hill Self rtlug a Site for the IVorW 1alr May Occupy the En Â¬ tire Week in the House Other Wash Â¬ ington Dispatches Washington Feb 24 The senate will naaaaa to day the consideration of the educational bill Mr Faulkner of West Virginia having the lloor This measure will be considered after 2 oclock of each dav until it has been dis- aed of Probably it will not come toa rote this week as at least ten senators have signified their intention of on it In the morning hour beginning lo day tin Oklahoma town site bill will in- dieeumed There will be some debate over the p nding amendment of Senator and tli bill amy not be imposed of for two or throe dajs The calendar will lie considered at least one morning during k Senator llal will make no at- Mmnt h call up the blL for the admis sion of Idaho and Wyoming until the educational biil is out of the way The finance committee will report a silver bill to th senate probably Tws day but it will not lie called up for some time la the seuet seion there are many nominationa to tfitpose of and the Rus Â¬ sian treaty is still jiending and likely to be alle u at any time The all important matter of selecting a sit for the worlds fair may occupy the whole of this we k in the house When the site has Ix en selected the bill suitei 10 tne selection w 111 - caned up rind as there is considerable oposition t its pemege th debate will probably tie prolonge I and a final settlement rf tin- whole pistion may not be reached Mr Mills of Texas before Saturday and oh rs liave expressed themselves as opposed to the bill in general while New York delegation narlv th- wh object to the government appropriation Hi Even should the fair lie of given to New York Iwr representatives will vote to eliminate this section of the bill Host of them have pledged them selves to do this In order not to forfeit the sjiecial order giving the matter of selecting a site the right of way on Monday anarrange 11 it between the representatives of the ftir ciiie will it is limb 1 shawl be made so that if the matter remains un settied on Monday evening a recess in Â¬ stead of an adjournment will be taken This will allow the re until Tuesday hntion of th special order and the fair matter will have rinit of way on that day This arrangement if effected will continued until the site has been selected Mr Unwell the chairman of the ohC tions committee has two contested cases that he wants to have the house dispose of during the week but on account of the worlds fair matter he has little hope of accomplishing his object Tle se cases are those of Atkinson against Pendleton from the First West Virginia disate trict and Fiaherstone against from the First district of Arkansas The majority reports of the committee in both cases recommend the sealing f the contest int a Republican and the h onse Air riOweU e will adopt the reports to Still up the first ease on He has right of way over Wednesday he pension approall otlir business priation bill and the urgent deficiency bill have been prepared by the appropriations committee and the latter will lie called up for consideration during the wee should any time be left after the worlds fair matter and the election have been disposed of sin-akiÂ¬ June tobcr S COVBT v in I Jam RT j tn IMS FAMED FOB TWWTY YEASS Kor Integrity John C v borpe mi ssa II Ci School Ms- Prise attested m follow Wc do herehv ivi y that we taper vise the n ranjjemens lor all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Lou sian1 State Loi icrv Company and in per on manage and control the Drawings and that the umr are con ducted with honest r fairness and in good faith toward all patties and we authorize inpany to use this certificate with facsimiles of our signatures attached in ml ot rf its Drawings and rronpt Twenty Five People Hurled In Din Itnlns of Parking House at Omha Oxaii v Fob Si flatMuday morning boflflrof a battery of nine in 8n outl tuu Aruuui tuuaiiy parsing nousc I South Omaha exploded tearing a fnt t hole in the wall of the machinery de-Â¬ partment An alarm of lire brought tho lire department which reinforced the corps of the dm king bouse when it m discovered that twenty five of the workmen wer buried ln neath the debris They wiiv quickly removed and taken to St Joseph hoi ital The following is a list of the dead and wounded Jack Tighe instantly killed Otesan coal wheeler died from in-Â¬ haling hot air ftibaon burned alwut tiio head and face will probably die Kd Miskel fractured skull and severe- ly burne will probably die iack severely burned and -Â¬ 1 Carnegies Library Indiana Â¬ Chnrles Dnnlge was acquitted of murder The Beautiful Building in AlleTroy O at gheny City Dedicated Several lnovs were arrested at Peru Ind for thievery John Hunk drowned himself in a mill race DISTINGUISHED PEOPLE PRESENT at Shelbyville Ind A hoy named Butcher was fatally manglod The President of the United States by cars at Jackson O V Brief Among the Visito Address Rich discoveries of precious metals havo From Mr Carnegie and the Key of the been lindv in Moutana lwrr to the A svndicate has offered Free Library Are 1000003 for tho National Base Ball Leagua Mayor Speech from the President A general overhauling by th legislature Pittsburg Pa Feb 21 The presi- Â¬ is prooua l for Newport ICv dent was up bright and early yesterday will lie morning no tras Stanley town called A reof fatigue from his found si 01 Ins Sioux rc servation A suite of three journey remaining The John Hopktaa university eel orated con- Â¬ FOR r tnrd We will for the next Sixty Days offer grOatsT rClllCel mtCSpOUI eiltiie StOClk Of s irf Mng sfBOal - DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS 1 JIts lra ago alxut head and face his relatives live in pnua iivic James Sheridan was badly scalded A man Yt I l 1 L 1 its adiertistnei l Br rmh H rton IS 1 it fl Rank COMMISMOXFRS RT e ATTORNEYS We the undersigned Ranks and Bankers Jay night will pai all Fn is drawn in The Louisiana Stile lotctics whch may be resented at our count R M W President Louisiana National Bank 1iKRRF Iwai x 1reiidcnt State Na turdai tional Rank A Baldwin President New Oileans National Rank CAUL Kmix President Cnion National namd Harden was scalded and burned to death but his in juried are not reganlexl as serioua James Mctiiiire si verely burned about the bands and head George J sleahan bmaad about the head an 1 eyes L M Kahn lias not been found and at last accounts was believed to be dead and lyirg hrnrsth the ruins Mike Harrihan wvs badly burned about the head and bands James Armstrong burned badly about the head The other injured men were Mr Leonard Billy Dunklin John Peterson and Dan Borland Many others were slightly injured Many narrowly esÂ¬ caped f oni the falling walls The cause of the explosion is yet to be determined but it is probable the wall of the liiler room oaused the explosion by falling on the bosW The los roaches many thou Â¬ sands of dollars Holler Kxploilea RxauoHD Feb 24 A special a telegram receirod herefrom Golansville Caroline eninty Vastys that the Injiler of Hunter Brothers saw mill at that place exploded Saturday anil killed Williat James and Henrv Johnson and wotmll siv other empfcyas Some of the ma lnnery was blown a distance of 250 vards Saw Mill 1 thi its fourteenth aauiver sary Saturdiy Two miners were fatally crushed uuder falling slate at a mtae n ar Brazil lad A section foreman n unl Fitz jiblion was fatally injured by cars at Lebanon Ind Twenty oriv persona were indicted at La- Â¬ fayette La for conspiracy in regulating It is probable that the Union stock yards at Chicago will be sold to an English syndi- Â¬ cate R II Cnlp a prominent business man in Houston Tex shot himself through Pir the hsart Two men wore killel and six seriously injur by a hoflnr explosion at Golansville 1 Virginia Senator Sfarlnnis has introduced a bill in tli Ontario annate to make Gaelic an official laugua- Prof ssor Isaac N Stevenson a promi- Â¬ nent educator was killed by cars at Hazel wood Pa Solomon Thomas a fanner living near Bowling Gre u Ind has been missing for six weeks A brakeman was fatally and a fireman seriously injured by a railroad collision at Enterprise Ind John Chambers a prominent farmer liv IniL became crazy on ing near th subject of religion The Ohio supreme t oart took appropriito art ion coiiceniing the dath of ex Judges Lmgworta and Ashburn Tne old volunteer firemen of Cincinnati held their twenty first annual reunion and banquet at the Paloci hotel Saturday night A verdict for 7000 damages has been given against tho owners of a theitre at Indianapolis for a dabbing by their police man A braneh of the Non Partisan Womans Christian Temperance nnion of which Mrs J Urn Foster of Iowa Is the recognized leader was formed in CUoaf Friday as a hormit Carroll Kehi- - who hasl-ve-in a hut eight nuK from E istport Me for tlv peat forty years was found frozen to death in the hut The are ehisf at ImH la m aw claims that anatt nipt wis sands to bribe him with nn ofleret M per nt on a contract for ens piireh ise of bam Th heirs of UVjort Fisher a prominent farm ir of BMU0Br county Ind who disl ssreral weeks ago ar searching for f30000 Is Kids which are missing Advices fro ii Wood River Ore state that cattle and hii ws ar-- dyiii in lirj numbers Mnny herds will be wipsl in fiat sect m out entirely unts i a thaw cometi SSOBV Ex Stite Suitor L F Hnndton and state Sn tor W E Shutt of Illinois en jjagisl in S fist fiht in tho court room at Â¬ l -- - F4 KT I HIUNAM ATTORXEIS A T LA iniilils Ill i GRAND 3I0NTELY DRAWING - Kfnticky lli First At the Academy of Music New Orleans TCLSDAY MARCH it iSjo FATAL FIRE Capital Prize 100000 Tickets r Twenty Twentieths SSwOOOQ 5 Â¬ A A SI III - V A V CKY TTOBNBt AT LA If Miner - llaLts 10 garters Dollars each Tenth 2 Â¬ IoUELL ATTORXEl - I A T LA IF K c K N I IO I 20u COO DENTAL KUfUEQY 111 A LIST OF PRIZES Piie of 300000 is Pi ize of lGOooo is irie of cooo is Pi toe of sio Pr izes of 10000 arc Prizi s of c 00 are Pi are Pi Ies of COS are 100 are Ptie of Prizes of 2o are APPROXIMATION 300000 IO0OO 2000 25CKIO 50CKXI 20000 250x1 0000 lOOOO Â¬ 100000 Cl 1001 PRIZFS 300O0 WILKES SMITH Ol Rhim VCV -- 100 100 Kkntiiky Offl urn P m Ktreet-- liy Prises of 500 are do are 200 arc lis do M1NAL PKlES do 100 are 100 are do 4 20000 99900 991 iOO Â¬ J 1 MulUiAN KICEUOXD KEftTUCKT 1 ji Notk ar- - Prizes ainc unliiig to 1054600 Tiektts thawing Capital Prizes not entitled to terminal Pi izes ink Madianfi National Â¬ WCKKKi KIFKS I I 1 LE i hE I IChl la or anv further ribly to the undersign d i learly stating y our residence with State County Street and Number More rapid letuin mail delivery will lie iliiny assured bv our enckinj an Envelope 17 brini i our lu For Club Rates Address M A f ACENTS WANTED Â¬ rilYSlI IAXH DIL J - M- - IVNTZ A VSIC1AX Rkiimonh AJ S I rATGBON KtNnckv Whites Ilri New Orleans La DAt SWIM Washington D C ordinary letter contaiiiiiii Money Order issued by all Espaess Coeipaniek New York Exchange Draft or Postal Note 11 DAUPHIN W s 84 Yesterday Feb was a usv one in congressional circles The worlds fair people frim New York I aatltaa for the Worlds Filr iTi M Kv A j W EVANS - U I PH SCAV A KD - S RGEOX KfSTlCKY s- - RUIIMOMI Offlw Se pR ITlse T J TAYLoIJ in Medicine and Surgery - Practitioner RlCHMONIl ISecond Address Registered Letters containing urrencv to Naw ORLEANS NATIONAL RANK New Orleans La REMEMRER that the payment of is Guaranteed bv Four National Ranks of New Irleaas and the Tickets ied by the President of an Institution whose Chartered rights are tecog nized in the higlRot Courts therefore bc ol all imitations or anonymous schetm KlNTlCKY 1- Street over Ivkes li JOHN M POSTER MONIi - ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest pan or traction of a Ticket Issued rorery bv us in any Drawing Anything m our name offered hir less than a Dollar is a swindle s rnrsiciAx axd scweox KTIIILliOl3El IHVSICIAX Rl IIMOND - m sva USA n rbbI as Kfntccky street next door in luions Muin and tales oAODLES HARNESS AIVD The old AMD - SURGEON - KtNTLLKY - GEAR feMdoual servirea to the pi ittleAt low T Tudors Dritz SI Itariisrt s comer I ittisrs Wines SEXSMini M D No a and reliable Saddle and Harness House of Chicago and St Louis who are here in full force were busy all day and last night securing pledges and rotes calculating the strength of their respect- Â¬ ive CJttea Oil the first bailor when the question of site comes u in the house Th New York people held an Informal meeting at the Arlington bote lay afternoon and last night to hear reports and fevl buoyant and con fident of the final outcome and selection They claim to le able to of New York show 80 votes for their city on the first ballot Tho Chicago men claim 100 or even more than that on the first ballot for the site St Louis expect to show 65 votes ami tho Washington folks are cal cul lling on about 40 votes It is expected that the first vote in the bouse may b on a proposition to lay the whole subject of a fair and site hn the table and then this motion bcin de- Â¬ feated the voting on the site question will begin at once Candidate for the New Ofllce WAsiiiNtiToN Feb 24 The fact that the bill providing for an assistant secretary of war will undoubtedly be by the president has furnished material for speculation at the war de iartinent duci lg the past week The salary is 4900 per year and the bill pro Â¬ vides that it shall lie a civilian appoint- Â¬ Mr F C ment made by the president Partade Secretary Proctors private sec retary and Mr John Tweedale chief clerk of the department are among the ad Â¬ Â¬ Five Persons Severt ly Ilnrned One Fa Â¬ tallyOther Losses by Fire rfH Yokk Feb 24 Fire in the cabin of the canal boat A C Chandler lying at the foot of West Sixty finit stnvt late last nilit severely burned five persons one of whom died shortly afterward The tire was caused by the explosion of a lamp and the family of Capt Daily sleeping in the cabin were not aroused until he lire had gained considerable Mrs Daily made heroic ef headway forUi t save her children and received severe burns The youngest child Den- Â¬ nis wis the last to be removed and ho was so badly burned that his life could not lie rosea The damage to the boat is about tMML Fire in the upper floors of the buildings Nos 46 to 59 West Thirtieth street yesterday morning caused a loss of about 11000 of which sum the Eagle Wire Works company lose 10000 Me Mahons restaurant Edward Iiartletts shoe factory Sheridans cut flower store Occams grocery store and McKenzies gas fixtures store were slightly dam- Â¬ aged Dalys theater adjoins the building which was on fire and for a time there were grave fears that tho lianvs would extend to the theater but the Allium by hard work managed to confine the tlamts to the building in which they originated Klectric Light Works Burned ntttSPOBT 111 Feb 24 Tho electric light works in this city both arc and incandescent were destroyed by fire at 2 o lock yesterday morning The loss is between 10000 and 25000 insurance i 000 Tho street will be in darkness until the works can la rebuilt which will take from two to three months An Larly Morning Blasa Feb 21 Fire this Pi iiMFirtA morning destroyed the mill building at Seventeenth and York stnets occupied bz Qearge Harvey manufacturer of cirnets and ii orge Dubrre curtain and Loss 50000 lambrequin weaver Flannel Mills Horned N WFOttr R I Feb 24 The Eagle flannel mills were burned early this morning Loss 12000 msurauce 8 Â¬ Sprieglild 000 IMPORTANT SUIT DECIDED flu ft jmi nVI gill living with the family William R il atGlsMoTop N J caused Ibe death of tan 4 sWJoahsvoei bsheh y sist sitly pres saig upsn tho soft spot on its bead In the Ontario ka til it are rremier Mowat intnuliiee a bill ext nding to the Jews in th province all the rights mid privileges en Â¬ joyed by either religious organizations Investigation shows tint the claims of Jnlien Dubuques heirs to the site of the city of Dubuque never had a foundation to rest on Although JaBss Diibiiqu lived on the laal between 1733 and isr he did not own the Land and even if he hid the Iowa law bars subs after a lapse of ten ears S vera naval offi ers and a numlyr of sailors and firemen have arrived at San Francisco from New York via Panama for duty on the new endear Charleston Com Â¬ recently mander Joieph H Coghliu from the eommiiid of the Cnit d t Miii r Mohican has arrived at San Francisi o John Jacob Astor SOU of tli original John Jacob Astor died at hn boms in New York Saturday from the r salt of a cold contracted some time ago during a visit ti He was t lie richest man in Amer Europe ica his wealth being estimated at from He loaves one lVntWO to 200aU00X son William Waldorph Astor er minister 1 -1 Â¬ handsome connecting apartments sisting of sleeping dining and reception IX ORDER TO MAKE KOOM FOB rooms on the third floor of the Du quense club on Sixth avenue had been placed at the disposal of Mr Harrison A number of the presidents friends were in waiting in the reception room and after an exchange of greetings sat with him at breakfast THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEOANT LINE F At i oclock carriages conveyed Presi- Â¬ dent Harrison Andrew Carnegie and Governor Beaver who arrived at an early liotir and other invited guests to a special train by which they were con- Â¬ Several hours veyed to Homestead were passed in an inspection of Mr Carnegies mammoth steel works at this place The party returned to the city at 1 o clock At halt past 1 o clock the ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF floral banquet tendered by Mr Carnegie to his invited guesbs and the free library commission took pence From 3 oclock until 5 the presiden held a public reception in the main hall of the court house which was heauti fully decorated with flairs bunting tropical plants and cut flowers The president occupied a position on the first landing of the stairway x At 730 oclock in the evening Andrew OertlS f arneirie accomnanied bv President Harrison and the othT invited guests took carriages at the Duquesne club and were driven directly to the free library building cornea1 of Ohio and Federal streets Allegheny City The spacious music hall was tilled to overflowing when the distinguished party entered They were greeted with the building The National thunders of applause hvmn America was rendered by the Mozart society and the audience accompanied by the Carnegie organ Right A Rev Cortlandt Whitehead lead in prayer The hymn The Heavens are Telling was sung by the Mozarts and Andrew Carnegie was presented to the audience Mr Carnegie was almost overcome at the warmth of the greeting accorded and Gents Both for him and with difficulty delivered a brief address during which he trans ferrrsl the golden key of the free library B5 building to the keeping of R T Pearson mayor of the city of Allegheny In the course of Mr Carnegies remarks he was profuse in thanks to those whose aid had lieen given in carrying his plans to He was proud of the completion honor conferred by the president of die Cnifed States in that he stands forth the illustrious sponsor of the free library Mr Carnegie stated at its christening that the library building was for all time to come the property of the people and that every citizen of Allegheny rich or poor bLack or white can enter this You of At Less Price builcing and truthfully say I am joint Mr Carnegies reproprietor here marks were greeted with justly deserved enthusiasm Mayor Pearson accepted the golden key replying in a few well chosen reWhich arc always staple we will alo redact in Older lo make Ike marks President Harrison was introduced and eat complete This bein x the time of Ihe yeai lor 11 warmly received He commented on his experience of the day in his visit to Lacks ami Cotton UotnM wc would advise you to be -- me local at the more prominent industries and their probable influence in the commercial once and examine the stock He then spoke relatively to Mr world In order that no CASH HOUSE can have any advantage over Ssraegiee gift to the city as the transfer of precious metal into something that BO we will give per cent off ot the CD I RATE tor CASH He Isdieved that biooaned for oternity the generosity of the donor would serve ffknF We have just received a lieaiitiful line ot WALL PAPER as impulse and inspiration and that others would be influenced to do like-wi- which is cheaper than ever sold in liirlinionl before Spring Goods C3 I5th lilfiflv and Fancy ZDZRIESS OOIDS j NOTIONS iiHll Laees Gloves Towels Handkerchiefs Table Linens NAPKINS WHITE GOODS AjrtIJKT Ladies Â¬ OF EVERY BED BLANKETS AND COMFOETS UNDERWEAR The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On account of the warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give you any size I BLANKETS and COMFORTS Than Ever Heard l Â¬ Towels Table Linens and ITapMns Â¬ to Italy A ppl Indlanapols Theatrical Managers Seven Thousand Dollars IvbivNAPObts Ind Feb 24 Lose IN HIS MlflD ONLY Â¬ -i Â¬ PlirSlCIA X A XD S URGBON Gainett House aspects of the subject are being considKkntucky siocksrf White Hall ered A report from the Fort Ieaven shows that of the llaniese Bridles worth military prison institution 423 are iffer hu rofeasM il serrlces 10 the jn- - SiMldles 50 prisoners at that he Platikcts Whijs Spurs Horse serving time for desertion The secreÂ¬ 36 Second W PICKETS Amnesty t Deserters Wakhinotdv Feb 24 The proclamation of Secretary Proctor granting am Street next to nesty to deaerteni is in the judge advo has a complete cate generals office whore the legal Â¬ Â¬ S- Â¬ LETCUEIl J PHTSICIANAXD SVRGEON U S M Richmond Offlee - u 1 SmlUi Buiidinn not Combs Scrapers tary has will beyet decided to what date amnesty It is not imOils and probable that all extended prior to Dec Soaps deserters rvtliitig else needed by persons 31 lboli will tie nardoned Kektlckv who handle barn Child Burned to Death Bluffton IncL Feb 24 The little Saddles manufactured lo Order Hoots Curry Toe Weight Â¬ - - J W BRIGHT TSICIA X Richmond iffiee - A t XV S UR rE ON KtKitcir Mala Street and fluids iiu Mn- lie In atlem human and - btMly BOLTON Hsmespilaic PyiciJi M and Snrgeon Richmond Raarrucajr ItHir ni JHia Office Hrnli Wtii a leoimlhic KS sent lo dts JENNINGS Physicitas A GIBSON Kknticxy anil Surgeons - old daughter of this place and none but the Ix st material tally burned yesterday morning was fa- Â¬ While used and playing near the stove during the ab Lieut h mens ladies kept in stock sence of her parents her clothing caught and before assistance Harness of every description lire terribly burned She arrived she lingered in was Haines Backhands great agony for four hours when doath Trace Chains BeHvbatids Collars Collar Pads relieved her of her sufferings Mother of Twenty Two Children Hame Striutrs Plow Lines Blind1 Tiffin O Feb 24 The wife of Bridies Whips and other things Michaol Higgins a glassblower Satur- Â¬ used on the larm day gave birth to a son It was her Only experienced workmen em twenty second child was borr on the 22d of the month and of course was ployed named George Washington If you want a Saddle you have Hoing fur Damages a hundred to select from rauiinr Columbus O in price from 4 upwards If you the owner of the Feb 24 John Otstot buildings wrecked by want a set ol Harness you have a tii natural gas explosion a few weeks ISO st is to select from ranging in ago will commence suit hi a few days fixing the amount at for damages price from S up t00 tw Mr A L Trucks of Â¬ Tho day of President Clevelands visit to this city Henry Waldron of Crbana 111 wa here and went to the Park theater He got into a dispute with the arent at the ticket Ixix over some change and the agent ealled anon Special Officer Kyle to arrest him Waldron resisted and was brutally dubbed by the officer Waldron hied suit for siiii u against Dickson and IWbott owners of the theater and Saturday the trial was con cluded and the plaintiff lieing awarded 87000 The court held that the theater managers were responsible for Kyles act and on this ruling the jury gave damages Warning From White Cijis Wabash Ind Feb 24 -- O K Heath a young man at Dmutati south of this c ty is in receipt of notices warning him to leave this vicinity on penalty of being severely whipped it is charged Ilea shamefully abused his 4ring wife who His warnings w8 obliged to leave him an profusely illustrated with cofhus skills ond similar characters Three other persons in the community have been ordered to depart warnings having been posted on the church door Another Woman to Rnelrele the Globe Port Towksexd Wash Feb 24 Regina Rothschild a young lady of this ciy will start from here on March 17 on a tour of the globe in an attempt to beat The citizens have all previous records nibscribed S000 toward the trip Miss Rothschild will travel eastward over the Canadian Pacific and expects to leave iie same da- - George Francis Train h is announced to sail from Tacoma west- Â¬ Miss Pothschild expects to make ward the trip in sixty oie days A lSoy Accidentally Shot Blcfftos Ind Feb 24 Willie Marlz aged 19 years was seriously wounded yesterday noon by the the acci- Â¬ dental discarge of a revolver that he was flaying with The ball eutered his right eye producing a j robable fatal wound lie was taken to Fort Wayne for treat i Â¬ i Correspondent Acknowledges the Ohio Oil Item a Fake 24 As to the O Feb FlNDLAY rumor regarding the great oil deal there is nothing in it No one knows anything about it here but the correspondent of a t leveland paper who sent it out The correspondent admits that he know 3 nothing except tliat some man whose name be even does not know had told him It is the opinion of ali the local naiiers that it is a fairy story pure and simple and the oil men here share in the view President Harrison then declared the library open to the public charging the recipients to be jealous and circumspect Enoch Pratt the weil known philan thropist of Baltimore spoke of the ben fits to ederived Governor Beaver followed in well Sppointed remarks declaring that no man could render higher service to his country than had Mr Carnegie in that he had dedicated his own self to the good of bis fellows The remarks of Hon John Dalzell were highly complimentary to Mr CarDiddle negie He was fallowed by Pr sident Hunter of Allegheny councils Hon John H Pickets and Rev Dr Purvis Chaiituan James B Scott of the library commission closed the exorcises by reading the roort of th commission and transferring the deed of the property to the city of Allegheny The hallelujah chorus was sung and the en diction pronounced by Bishop Â¬ I Â¬ DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS QUE 30- - BENNETT IB Take w fl A 1 lr Ill I tjaskssu aSSJ at lunvla AAmr and are stampeo oh ims nriif cannot supply Toa lealT enclosing shews ssaass Ta Â¬ r iieiiiii VTkjJi MK itiiTniiiinirn V mi S President Harrison accompanied by Enoch Pratt and Governor Beaver Professor Langley were driven directly to the union station The iiartv occupied a special car and left for home at 10V oclock It ii reliably reported that Andrew JOHN JACOB ASTOR DEAD Richmond iiffic -- Main attest atore aiset over alee 4 R e E A I LTZ All price of Plow iear from the cheapest to Ibe best Some Utiog entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ol lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- - Highest of all in Leavening Power rmsiciAX Richmond UMsvauK IU AND SURGEON - ildliip i Kenticky -- Bui 18S Mules For Sale We Imveoiip hundred mule colls arid eighty five yearling for sale Btrietly good slid sold in nunilR rs to v nit pur chasers rsx iiiies east or Kictimonu on the fitieeilwell pike 17- D A fJOLYER H H Mata Street up stMlni nam K A JM ItllICiA xn SlRGEOX JiolSjj Kv ASSOUL TTECf PURE Demise of the Wealthiest Man in Amer Â¬ ica -- Worth asoooooooo Nrvr Yokk Feb 24 John Jacob Astor died at his residence in this city Saturday Mr Astors death was directly due to a cold which he coutra ted while in Furope in December last and with which he had been ill ever since John Jacoh Astor was the eldest of the late William Astor and grandson of the ong ma John Jacob who founded the fortunes of the He was family the head of the third generation of the Astor fam- He was in lv his 67th year ment having been Isirn in l2i In 1879 Cronln Jnry Briber Guilty his father died Chicago Feb 4 The jury in the Paving John Ja- Cronin jury bribing case brought in a verdict hnuing the only remaining ite- cob a two thinl JOHN JACOB ASTOB tendant on trial Jeremiah ODonnell share of his - tale valued at 200000 guilty of the offense charged and fixing 000 He was the richest man in Amerlis punishment at three years in the pen- ica tentiary During the civil war Mr Astor went to the front and served with credit as an aid decamp to den McClellan Ke mar- Â¬ U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 ried a Miss iibbs of South Carolina who died about two years ago A few weeks ago it was rumored that ho was about to marry Mrs Caroline Rowtrr of Cincinnati who is not quite in yean of age and worth fl 000000 11 years ago she was one of the if not the belle of incinnati and married a nephew of Hon George IL He was a shrewd railroad Pendleton man invested well and some five yean d a millionaire leaving a widow and two children She has since traveled a good deal in Europe and made the ac- of Mr Astor on a eded by his only son thither H William Waldorf Astor who was Minister to Italy soma years ago Â¬ Â¬ Thursday while on his way Cerrillos to Coal Banks three miles distant with 800 to pay miners John Elder was held up and robbed by Lee who tied towards the San White There White Pedro mining camp threatened to kill any one attempting Afterwards he stole two iiis arrest horses went to the house of his mistress a Mexican woman compelled her to cut her hair don male attire and mount the extra horse loiter they were pursued and overtaken by Deputy Snerifl Meyers White and the woman and posse opened fire killing one of the posse and fatallv wounding Deputy Sheriff Meyers During a lull in the tiring White and the woman escaped and are still at large Intense excitement prevails The President a id I otterlcs Feb 24 Although the president made no sin of approbation or disapprobation during the contest in the North Dakota legislature over the lottery bill he was nevertheless a cke reader of everything published in connection with the affair and just how he stands on the matter is indicated in the semiofficial statement which conies from the White House that no man who favored the transfer of the Louisiana lottery to North Dakota need expect favorable re-Â¬ cognition ii the distribution of federal This has knocked out a half patronage dosen prominent officeaeekers who have been daily expecting that their names wi mid lx sent in to the senate for some position or another Met Sllcott In Canada Portland Ore Feb 24 Regarding the dispatches from Washington stating that Silcott the ahsconding cashier of the house was supposed to be in the state of Washington F O Ueckwith formerly a resident of Washington D C and Who claims to be personally ac- IÂ¬ quainted with Silcott Friday said met Silcott in Canada only three weeks When I asked him if he were not were not weary of exile he replied that he was a little but under no circum- Â¬ stances would he return to the United States The Theory of a Murder Feb 24 The Kalamazoo Mich theory regarding the assassination of Dr Melvin Fosdick is that the shots were not intended for the doctor but for AHiert Fosdick the alleged assassin n for this belief is that had not Altiert been arrested he would have lieen married before this to a certain young woman and it is claimed that lainis upon him and his marriage would have brought about trouble WvsfflSGTD Â¬ AtBuyrEKorr Such is Life on the Bonier N M Feb 24 from Los Carnegie in addition to his donation of 1000660 for a free library in Fittsburg s sss sme has signified his intention of purchasing A site for the main building This the FOR means an additional expenditure of probCENTLEMKN ably o00000 Fine air Heaiy lara Grain and Cna r Wslrramol uesl in me worm Fxamlne his Louisville Girls In Chicago SHOI avon CENTINE 11 ANIl DEALER ix Chicago Feb 21 Five young girK 40O iiAM KwtnFARMERS hof sIlOB l mICF AND Gertie Spnrkes Sadie Sparkes Maggie 3SO KXTUA 1UK CALF - liHOt Bohan Minnie Madden and Theresa K ana 17r BOW SCHOOL -- BOM I SOO Frankel answered an advertisement in Watches Clocks Jewelry 8ilvw and an made in ossfrssn Bsssssnaan sce Ijouisville Ky last Saturday and en Plated ware etc 8peclal gaged to fill vacancies in a Chicago Thev arrived here yesterday hot 1 175 SHOE FOR XI88XS ElUlafl Material BStyle B morning and were taken to a vile deti at attention given to tsS Dsraclaa BncMn Mswa 8aM ky W L They speedily 515 South Clark street realized that they had been duped and after much trouble escaped from the DIAMONDS place and informed the police who ar PUTTING retted Mme Maggie Iarent the keeper and Ophelia Brewer colored her house Â¬ keeper In default of 600 bail the AND OTHER PRECIOUS STON EH women werelccked up Around the World In SI sty Days Boston Feb 21 George Francis Train is busy perfecting his plans for his proposed trip around the world which he expects to accomplish in sixty davs Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner stnirtinr from Tacoma v ash tie re ceived a telegram lst night from It F Tat 01dMt sad Stroagwc Amtricaa Radenburg proprietor of The Tacoma ljbWfTlQe guaranteeing a special steamer Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silyer Ledger and escort of citizens from Tacoma to NORTII AMERICA the steamer Abvssinia which leaves aaf Dont lorget the place next door SPRINCJ FIELD Vancouver March 17 Mr Train will to the Post oQlce Klcbmond Ky leave Boston March U CONNECTICUT Â¬ llntuJtRtUH irilirirn w 3 SHOE C as rriir1 riw - iIIl wiii nOKMsr 1rr Â¬ 3 2 SHOES lakes I JACK FREEMAN Â¬ INSURANCE BURNAM HUME REPAIRI1YG Baking Powder PENNSYLVANIA Remembered HlsOM Sweetheart W B CCSKIXOHA 24 William LISAS PABKISH Feb Wooster O NIAGARA Woods a wealthy bachelor physician of OERMANIA Mount Eaton this county died Thurs dav night aged CO vears He left a for- NewLivery and MERCHA tune of 100000 which will be divided equally between a nephew and Miss Mary Mowery now of Denver Col to ROCK whom it is alleged he was betrothed We have erected a new and com mo- years ago He sent for her when many anjjjr Dont hxyet our office Is at the he was taken ill and she has been in at-Â¬ dious Livery and Kale Htittde corner Farmers National Rank 3rd and Irvine streets Richmond Ky tendance on him since and ask the puhlic lo give us a trial HUME BURNAM Private Wild Pardoned St Paul Minn Feb 24 Prviate HORSES HITCHED OR FED Dell H Wild who was sentenced by court martial to the quarries at Fort AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle N B Tobacco Barns Country Stores and Milling jHroperiy specialties Snelling has been pardoned by the pres-Â¬ bshrsas horses and buggies hired at low ident It is considered as a rebuke to rales BAH 3a 82 16 15 PARRISH ft Cl XMX6I1AM Gen Kuger commander of the depart- Â¬ ment cf Dakota Wild was overjoyed at the reception of the news He is a native of Ohio and enlisted in the THOMAS B AYR 1 M McCARTY Â¬ 30- - SalcStabls BOTTOM RATES j Eightieth cavalry j Â¬ Separate AsySnius for Negroes Jackson Miss Feb 24 The bill ap- Â¬ propriating 300000 for building a sepa i has mt insane asylum for passed both houses and goes to the gov- Â¬ Plumbing Gaa aad Steam Pittiasr All Pump Repairing a Specialtv kinds of pumps kept nt C T Wells Real Estate and General Collecting Agency the collection i ernor Store Cos Cul iard or W O Whites Drug and etch W print Shows tU our THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY THE WORLDS FAIR IFor The Cximax1 HA TIL MI TULIDLE A youth sailed forth one summer day As mornings glories brightly burned 1 is lover watched him sail away 1 Editor BT The Climax Printing Wm G Co Speech of Gov James B McCreary in the U S lloue of Representatives Feb 20th on the Worldi Fair to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the dtaoov cry of America From the Congressional Record Mr Speaker I am in favor of celebrating the f four hundredth anniversary of the dicovcr ay to do it is to America and 1 lelievc the Ursl have an international exposition or worlds fair in hich not only th- people of the fluted State shall participate but in hich the people of all the shall le invited to take part W hen in iht tiieenth century tolumlnis started the people uf Castile and upon his fan Arajon had ftplcndii Iipe their a il enthusiasm visions neser pictured such scovcry of America and cr drcaaicd that in less than four centuries and has changed hands and the documents sealed and signed It will be run by a new company with a capital ttock of 60000 CONCERNING FARMERS In Lincoln county for 100 8 aged mules sold TUC to 150 Warn PER Cm- - S Powell run BAB fl50 Alas he never has returned She waited while the tired years flew For hian her faithful bosom yearned He sailed beyond the briny bhie And never never has returned A youth went out from love and home Wencslay - - February 261880 Tin Spring Palace will open at Tort Worth May 10th and will surpass all former exhibi The Fl ion Sob Tropical Fx cjccn oiit c open at Jacksonville it liuw hall expired and is proving a H Henry S uty i To make a name and fortune earn About the sad world long did roam But went alas neer to return He dreamed not of his fated lot Ba Whose high hopes in his young heart lnirned eminent He left that day homes hallowed spot KjI ia auied Columbus on hit wonderful cxc- And never never has returned that it is ready to opcratc t Jimmie Given who was accidentally shot at the residence of Mr J E Keller in Woodland is still Inir roving with many chances in favor of his ulLexington Gazette timate recovery Col John Mason Browns will in his own handwriting and very briel leaves all his property which is estimated at about 100000 mostly iu Government bonds aud other first class securities to Â¬ In Jessamine county 17 yearling steers sold at 1550 per head A pair nine-year-ol- d Hale tackjra new Treasurer Mi ia Ken His depi wm4 ufiairr Columbus orraBOBtt Republic of the world his I may say the in the world n w han jscd or hall we 1 believe I aWoaw ciu ila e augur America in an lames B ieratioaal cihttiliim llimkm-ia-la- cent a rnad pageant of civiitza- in i - Ireen Clav Smith tmi The Supreme Court s has relnsed UniU ia the OBriea ease and he will pay y of the law tit ot the - leeo kin i en 1 to interat Lex the ex v rid the time is To- OK ith the whole ih propriety invite all the na- crlri M come anl oin hands with us peace and in the tnilnics of MkcrM We part from those wc hold most dear Our lifea great lessons yet to learn We chase the things that charm us here To homes and hearts neer to return For tinsel fame that soon depart- We left the breast that for us yearned With little thought of forlorn hearts Alas and never have returned Wilhclm Drip Rock Ky Feb h 1S90 Kcacnit rivalry Cungre lit Ktjiu re now We return no more CODE fir J d iniBaH pay t Merchant- - who sell cigarettes lirt DO will THE REVOLITHINAKY generally satisfied with State law which now prohibits the relies to per ons under lv yaaw of age Nobody but the boys will object I uJ CHICAW tKT- - Till WdKllO PAIL on Mondav n led i- that the World Fail shall be held That - right and es illy with reference to Rich mond and vicinity Through cars will soon le running letween nd r the hie 11 L mi ville Southern and Motion and how easy it will r us to visit the Worlds Fair 1 the untry - KILLrJi IX A CEMETERY tinent pi and Blackburn of Loois- m party with an un- negro v Albany cemetery shortly a and Monday night were to seem ersons WHO m Sunday Ihe New ived imforma The lav in waiting the Doctors in jail while ped The k 1 I ar 1 he penitentiary ln L Si liert v m hcther it u Til NEWCASTLE ippiag bona shipping Birmingham y is rk City tuBgton and 1 desire that citi r memhered when we haH he held Chicago is whT miles around e nuluons of people Mmaaad rorcigwers came to the At the exposition i tional majority as defined by the pre r the treat existing rules and uuiveisal practice rds and adniraith ptcaure cafareaa ni the House yesterday adopted tbelleeii Cit of the hast McKinley Revolutionary ode as tlie t ueen City of LaLes and the tar St L ir during lie law for its proceeding tt rcrcctib And Fifty first Congrew Tlie result waa the grandthis tli imjs heaiillliii not attained without formal protest a its enfrom even tbe Republican side of the lovely hones reAc a intellectual House and there are many of hU fel plisibed ax can be fcund in any low partisans who share the sentiment jiilaase in the pal lent believe that when we locate the expressed by Mr Struble of Indiana part that the Republicans would have done where progre laaprnv emeiit and wisely to accept several of the Demo Jwatraicd ao w ll antl part of our country is the cratic amendments instead of voting et of the Alleghany them down The Democratic Repre fair was held in the EtHt at place sentatives conducted the fight iu oppo ecf the the sition to the innovations with signal gam in i8fc j the centennial dignity The speeches of rt President was held abilityleand Mew rh Crisp Breckinridge McCrca Carli hoootxti three tianr- - and the ry Buckalew and Caruth will stand on teraat as brilliant specimens of parliaild go the record held in Chicago mentary logic and eloquence and the triat Oc fair opinion of the country is firmly fixed reoaaTw of n great outrage has been perpetra At that support turn in that position had thi ted on the majority of the people who h in hi h money was only through the corruption of the suf ited Slates piny at the great mternatiunai and at frage and the distortion of constituenin Australia IHbourne nt a seaport at cies have been deprived of a majority And in 1873 there was representation in their Congress Tne in Austria with her punishment for the wrong will be in furnish all neces d travel and she flicted at the polls The Democratic Anway of the lakes ts The fair majority in the Fifty second Congress en but for Amen- will not seek to impose upon its oppon Id where it will he f Americans t tmmlrfr ents the injustice the Republicans uow ttnctly American New York Star loth aty uuUaoua ol uur people at the inflict f rovcrn- cities a Ling for this - proper capUatiua but the United n Dart o the pa except a rea- By a vote lackiuR four of a conctilti Â¬ I I t - - Â¬ s I t 1 t -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 - 111 - w KO - t - Ienu slii p Pittsburg IltUborg kip Uie prii gb nw Free ban here not broke down in t ho vorfcL How il Kiina afford unsylvania The much leas lie South can Poland or any i we re FALLACIES Or iMWTECTinX Hon iluirii McCulloch has from ne tin Free ion The n riff iie- and - the North have attracted m and the salient til arlii To the Llon Hugh McCulloch ex the Treasury replied Saw York Times The anding of political and fi ial matters will give to his them ijue tions more nttei than ii ua importai 1 - ELECTKIC LhITS Richmond Gas Company is propo ition to ut in II 1tichmond is to ireets iem by all means le the arc The incandescent electric is little better on tlie lid How by ik ood save the arc - raeaeeat light is deud convenient for indoor Jiut t timed on until a certain in the evening and is shut pUy at midnight so that he hour of lighting and titer 12 oclock one must thered with a coal oil lamp used eaaaajh to be kept iing order in f ween electric lights and where both cannot be had us the pas UBTECTbl OF MEAT Representative W B Smith has offered a bill to provide for live km and for the punishmc of all persons who may beef without inspee- witliin the corporate limits of - any city of 3000 inhabitant The Mayor of such town is point a Live Stock i more thai No meat of any i or of any iinal except patne shall r food untii in i fli-i-r who shall f imparl ioa d for l ure ii he people take this meas ration Who is to - paeaarl Will it inthe price of meat or de crease it or make it ltetter or Let iu have something more explicit on the subject Dan Welch who resided on a farm ar humy Potat eatue to town Friday and became omewhat intoxicated and marted borne but waa m ordered by Hime unknown party for his money bead alio wed marka of violence and bis packet were turned out aud rifled of thrtr content- - He exhibited ite a roll of money before leaving ii and it is aappoaed that some oce i Wed hiu liourbOU News Supposing a member of a Legislature has a hired baud at so much per day to do a piece of work and suptMising that hired hand of his own accord people of the great South lent to tt takes each week one two or three days fair of oir ill that member feel like paying AUOKN the memory that hired man for the days he doesnt ia and work Not much Kentucky Slate COUNT JACKSON Journal nd the is a great deal of sickness in this There will thus Gentlemen said an eminent Ausand community just now Mr Larkin Powells founded this reat tralian lawyer recently the case for wife died and the crown is a mere skeleton a mere Hog cholera lias been in this vicinity for PC will open wider gentlemen for as I si all skeleton who visit past six or eight months and has about tbe pie the facili presently show it has neither Saab naanandiii they so richly deserve cleaned them all up blood nor bones iu it On another oc Mr J P Logsdon passed through here casion he solemnly declared that a IMUVX WITH THE CUOW vesterday on his way to Owsley county verbal agreement is not worth the on a trading expedition Poke is a good paier it is written on Depart- chance to make a dollar The American Agricultural Kerry Hensley under a sentence of ment has been making careful inDr John V Harris of Union City quiry as to tbe food of crows and the Madison county was called to this county twenty one years iu Ihe Frankfjit result as set forth iu a report by Mr to perform a surgical operation on Mr Penitentiary for tlie killing of Daniel Baker in Knox county while being Walter B Barrows is likely to surprise It waa a decided success conveyed to Joe Thompson Frankfort jumped from a those who have always contended that Mr W R Jordan with Harbison moving train this counlyaud although these birds do very much more good than harm It is not disputed that they Gathright passed through here a few days handcuffed made good Ii is escape A destroy injurious insects that they are ago taking tbe boys orders for their sad- reward ot 21X1 was ottered for his cap enemies to mice and other rodents and dlery c Jordon is the hustlingest one ture aud he waa arrestedin Tennessee that tbey are occasionally valuable as legged man that ever passed through this returned Knox county aud from there scavengers but these services are county safely lauded iu Ihe Penitentiary Mt sligbt in comparison with the mischief Vernon Signal MA for which they are responsible The Mr Ed R Ball a merchant of Midinjury doue by them to Indian corn Mrs Fee lias returned from a visit to way Ky has lately lost large sums of wheat rye oats and other cereals is friends in Augusta money by having his cash drawer rifled enormous According to one observer Miss Mary Levering has left for her ami Thursday determined to catch the the crow eats corn from 10 iniuttes robber He placed a double barrel shot former home in Tennessee after planting uutii tbe blades are three gun near the cash drawer and attached A little daughter gladdens tbe home of inches high aud more than a score of the wire to the triger Thursday the other observers testify that he not only Mr and Mrs Robert Baugh thief who turned out to be Shelby Ford Prof L V Dodge attended the State a colored boy 18 years of age stepped pulls up the young plants but digs up the newly sown seed His depreda Convention of the Y M C A held in ou the wire and pulled the trigger re- Â¬ Paris tions extend to rotatoes sweet potatoes ceiving a full load of shot in his breast beans peanuts cherries strawberries Mrs Laura Embrec has gone to PhilaHe was then captured and placed raspberries and blackberries aud he delphia to visit tbe family of J A R jail The boy said he had planned to widely distributes certain joisonnus Rogers rob the Citizens Baak of that place plants the seeds of which are improved Miss Flora Cone was the guest of Mrs Franklin Kennedy a prominent rather tbau impaired by passage Maria Wright but has stturned to her lawyer of Paris was found dead in his through his digestive organs As if all field of labor bed Mr Kennedy was a bachelor this were not enough it is shown that Mr Edwin Montgomery from the new- aged about 70 years a descendant of the crow eats beneficial insects and booming town of Middlesborough called one of Kentuckys early pioneers and that he makes a most formidable nui on old friends in town last week a man of singular modesty integrity sance by destroying the eggs aud young On Tuesday night the I ith inst Rev aud purty of life and greatly esteemed both of domesticated fowls aud wild H II Hineman delivered an address al by all who kuew him He served his birds Nature the College Chapel on the subject of couuty several times in the LegislaS01THERN EUl CATION Ah ASSOCIATION Peace ture with credit to himself and honor Miss Maggie Adams had a relapse after to his constituents At one time he was Tbe South ie wide awake to the im an attack of the grippe and for a few a law partner of Hon Richard Ha wen portauce of organizing a Southern Ed- days was very sick She is now recover- Confederate Provisional Governor of Since the ing from it ucational Association Kentucky meeting of tbe National Association Mrs Speer the lady Principal has so Says the Anderson News There are at Nashville Teunesee in July 1889 far recovered as to be removed to the thirteen distilleries large and small desire for separate organization on the home of Mr Charles Lester and seems now iu operation in Anderson county tlie part of the Southern teachers has slowly but surely on the road to health These institutions are using 4500 been growing stronger bushels of corn daily which make 17 Mr Colemsn Ogg our photographer This desire ii even more strengthen000 gallons or 375 barrels of whisky pt r was just on the point of taking the piced when we call to mind tbe exceed- Â¬ duriug tbe ture of a group of eleven on Saturday day About 1250000 represent the ingly bitter letter writteu employed in connection witi meeting at Nashville by Mrs Canfield last when the gravity of the crowd over- capitel come the resisting power of the car floor these distilleries and the expenses at wife of tbe President of the National It is evident and they were let down promiscuously to tached to the running of these houses Educational Association nre simply enormous The revenue to teachers in tbe South that the wits the ground below derived from the product of these manour of some Northern educators are not NEWS PARAGRAPHS ufacturing establishments paid to tho ways and they are steadily growing I nited States Government for the periÂ¬ more unlike our ways hence tbe neDr E T Stephenson died at Crab od of oue year in taxes runs up iu milcessity for separate organization Orchard lions e of tbe journals of education in The wife of Dr Ed Alcorn died i Tbe association or company ilia the South have heartily approved the Lincoln county built the Clay Monument in our cemeset forth in The North call as has been H E Bos well of the Clearendon tery has dissolved and left the nioini Carolina Teacher for a roeetiug of Hotel Lexington died last week ment as a costly legacy to the ceme Southern teachers at Morehead City Ellison Mount of the famous Hat- lery company or to let it decay if it is 1890 for the purpose on July There field gang was hanged at 1ikeville for not properly attended to Some years of organizing the Aciaiion ago a thousand dollars was spent on a whole South the murder of a young girl is no other place iu tlie more suitable than Morehead City Iu Harpers Magazine for February lead roof for the base This has corrod Charles Dudley Warner considers a ed and leaks badly The State never gave a cent to this great monument to Mr R C Church owner of North Elk prospective social revolution horn Breeding Establishment has sold to the great man who reflected more honIn Lincoln county Mrs George Dunn or ou Mr G Conklinof New York for io ibe Slate tnan any other public died on Monday and her husband ou Dr ooo cash the 3 year old bay colt Elkhorn man wboevere represented it first dam Thursday They were old people by Onward 22 228 Skillmau Presiuent of tbe Cemetery Mrs Lou B Williams mother of Company and E D Say re Treasurer Long Lane by Long Island Patchen second dam Wilsons Snow Storm third Prof John Augustus Williams died at have been in Frankfort to get a small Elkhorn Harrodsburg last week aged 78 year dam Johnsons Copperbottom appropriation to repair tbe monument is sound and will lower his record this ME Cox sold to Charles Ruble of and keep it in order It would be ia He is Garrard 19 head of OoO lb scrub cattle good taste for tbe Legisature to make season barring accidents U Lexington at 200 per cwt- Danville Advocate the small appropriation asked for level beaded and dead game i Stock Farm The Old Lexington Club Distillery Lexiugtou Gazette I C Mr James Smith sold the hogs he bought of G S Williams at 4 cent BeVwcai I understand tgm ulitiral and mining Mrs McCord continues to give music re beat shown mmeroaland man lesson- - to her class She says they are n of the natiii improving rapildv exhibits of American cn- and American proMr Filmore Richards gave the young at a folks a party a few nights since and they wish foreijracrs to isit our Repnl turned their play into a dance our public works our coxa and our wosderful Trade is getting quite lively a good Wc w ish thcxa to rivers and meet our many wanting to buy last spring calves They are selling at about 15 per head v manu id the K W Boggs sold 25 feeding cattle to John W Wagers at 4 cents i They t an readily fair -- hould be held c rim of fur near the center of the ie heW there will graving and Printing which appear ed iu the number of Harpers Weekly published February 12ih A great number of the most widely circulated magazine in the world is the Bo ton Heraldsdescription of Harpers Magazine for February Per haps never before in a single issue continues the Herald has so much thoroughly good work been brought out Steve Swift has probably the most successful pack ot fox houiids in this bkookstow x section of the State He last week caught his sixth consecutive fox all of Mr Thos Goodrich sold forty tix barfull grown red foxes and caught rels of corn to Jacob Shearer at 135 per them while running This is a record enjoy barrel ed by few hunters Winchester DemV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mules sold for 275 More than a million pouuds of to- Â¬ bacco in Western Kentucky were de Â¬ At present he is at the bottom of r uch a fate stroyed by tbe storm Sunday night CobG of Madison bought la Garrard BEWARE oce in groveling among the monsters of the deep and Lincoln counties a carload of cot Â¬ by blind faith ton mules at 00 to85 -- Stanford Journal his wife J G Johnson sold last week to Wood The Herald a new paer published Farrls 130 head of yearling and at Big Stone Gap Is out or will be this cattle at from 20 to 30 per f-week Its design is to be not only a head Danville Advocate local papor but to let the world know W P Hiatt sold to Jerry Salmons all about lie natural resources of that 82 BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR acres of land with improvements at coming region LIFE BY GOING TO BL60 per acre This laud is a part of The doctors state positively that Mrs the old Tandy Quisenlerry farm on the BY Mirinda Duncan and two of M F Her- Â¬ Boonesboro pike Winchester DemoIN rings children have the small pox at crat their home near town and great exciteM A Hicks sold to Mr J W Hem ment has been produced by the news don a of Richmond Inst week Interior Journal two year old blaeK j ick fur 650 also Taking advantage of the the GREAT BARGAINS he is offering The Abilene Kan Reflector believes a jack colt to Mr B in everything pertaining to iu concentrating its power 011 modern Cox of this county for 550 Ander philosophy and defines an optimist aa son Democrat a woman who has a new winter cloak James Hodgkiu has traded his larui and bonnet and a pessimist as a wo- of about 300 acres near Providence man who has neither Church on the Boonesboro pike to W A nephew of Abraham Lincolns D Jacksons Van Cleave farm of 150 wife died at Mt Vernon VALUES and COST of goods cnt no figure in the PRICES WE Ky last acres near this city In the trade Mr week of consumption His home was Hodgkins land is valued at 70 per EVERYTHING MUST GO NOW MAKE Win- Â¬ Wc have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe in Washington City where he held a acre and Mr Jacksons at 107 We Government position He came to chester Democrat Buy it try it and you cant deny it is the best plow made Kentucky for his health There ware seventy head o horses also handle the The Calico tony a story of semi and mules exchanged hands last Mon civilized Indian life is contributed by day at James stable this city for 450 and twenty head at the stablts of Klaine Goodale to the number of Harpers Young People to le published for Vanarsdal A Given- - for 2850 All February Miss Goodale has lately report a good demand and slightly imat half prices of what they At PRICES that WILL sell 4 taught iu an Indian school in Dtkota proved price over last months sales Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market We have already sold were I Harrodslurg cor Danville Advocate them La a number of tbem Tlie sword of Gen John T Croxtou Geo Tarkingtou has sold to W L presented to him by a Tennessee regi- Â¬ Caldwell one half interest in bUJack TWTATrTlA ment was takeu over to Danville Paragon for 1010 Mr Tarkingtou reThursday by Rev Frank Cheek for serving the right to control the jack MOSl All7 FaClCS JUSL TllflV il 0 Jen Cs daughter Mrs Lucius Ligan took of them Is the best mad- - we carry a Ui i Humphrey Hudson sold Monday a On it is inscribed No compromise with black jack by Stigalls Prince traitors Kentuckian Citien to Robert Hamilton for 377 50 who We carry a large line of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS How Uncle Sam makes bis paper soon re sold him to Al Hutchings for e r v r ar ar k rmoney is described aud explained by MOO Danville Aadvocate HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and Franklin 1 Smith iu an illustrated Winchester Court J A Ramsey everything necessary to hitch up Also full sets of Supplement on The Bureau of En reports about 500 cattle on Â¬ two-year-o- ld lWnittAVE MCGINTY FOR SALE you READ OF Bjbj BjJJB THE FATE OF W hVB W I II B B vjjttW wJJBJf a- - aav But the Finest Link Hardware Stoves Tinware YOU GflN AVOID HIS FATE Cutlery Â¬ TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE Fitzpatrick 1 EAIE is Phelps STRENGrS WINTER GOODS Â¬ The 0 tbe Best Stee Built PLOWS WYrTBT V hro Â¬ 2- Â¬ Â¬ Big Injun Plow mVP i -- - H CLOUS Â¬ SUflTrPT OrCO -w- t -- jr--- wc Â¬ auctioneer the market all plain Â¬ choice feeders 25 plain 800 pound steers sold offered at 21 HO per head nine 1100 lb steers 21 plain steers 41 per head weight 21 800 pounds brought 5 S 20 per cwl common 800 lb steers brought 2045 per head About half the cattle were Quite a number of left over unsold mules were offered but few changed bauds A rainy day small crowd and dull Court day 110 WAGON HLAjNjLjLVE HARNESS VI Â¬ IEEE SIS at REDICULOUS LOW PRI I at prices that almost j iMKi of I KINDS OF WE FARMING AND GARDEN IMPLEMENTS them go make their own accord - Everything that pertains to WINTER WEAR we have marker prices on them that will sell them Â¬ Â¬ ocrat Mr Jesse Baker once owned tbe property now known as the City Farm He says that a stone fence was built from the quarry now used to get the rocks for the streets of this cily and that the stone fence literly dissolved and rotted down Lexington Gazette Wc keep on hand for inspection a num ber of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes JUST COME And ii we AND LOOK dont make goods mnst go a selling price no one will These I want money and money I will get if prices TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY Call and sec otir goods and prices and we will suit you have anything to do with it Remember what blind faith did for HcGINTT Look at ns We are the eye before you plunge into unknown mysteries openers of this county Call and see Ellis Low try of Bowling Green has sued the Western Union Telettranh Company for 10000 He alleges hat the company did not deliver a telegram to him informing him of the death of his wife aud that she died among strangers and was buried away from I DIED- - home Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Dr E B Snowdcn died last Sunday night of typhoid fever at his fathers home in Covington aged 2S years His remains were brought to Clark Tuesday and interred in the family burial place Winchester Democrat Mrs Caledonia Chenault wife of Wm O Cheniult died at 4 oclock Saturday morning Febiuary J2nd 1S90 in Madison county Ky after a lingering illness The remains were deposited in Richmond Cemetery on Sunday She was the mother of Mrs J W Smith Mrs D CIIarber Mrs D B Shackelford and Miss Mattie Chenault Miss In this city January 25th Nannie beloved daughter of Mr II J Lynch entered into rest after nine weeks Lovely of suffering with typhoid fever and amiable in her short life she leaves holy memories to her stricken parents and Her trusting devoted sister and brothers Christian faith sustained her in her last hours and made her dying bed as soft as downy pillows are Trembling on the brink ot the dark river she pathetically entreated her sister to go over the bridge with her and then closed her sweet eyes God in death to open them in Paradise comfort the sorrowing and give them peace Huntsville Ala Weekand resignation ly Democrat FITZPATRICK 3i PHELPS H J STRENG Promoter of happiness to all who want it Main Street Richmond Ky IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT OXJDF- 1J HEAVY CLOTHING SUITS OVERCOATS And Other Heavy Goods of Our Line WE ARE MAKING VERY CLOSE PRICES WE AHE ALSO HECEIVING AN ELEGANT LINE OF Louisville Uy Olover A Tobacco Ware House Market Tobiiccu Onrrett Louisville Â¬ Â¬ 111 - Â¬ Sales on our market for Ihe pnt week just closed amount to 3o42 hhdx with receipts nttJUthbda for the same period Sales on our market piuce January 1st amount to 23337 hhds Sales ou our market up to IWs date of the crop of 1889 1360 hhds This has been another week of very large offerings of Burlev tobacco on our market and prices have been fully sustained on all types and grades of huj ley The condition of the offerings litis been remarkably good considering the lime of the year The following quotations fairly rep resent our market for Burley tobacco crop of 1889 1 rash Dark cr damaged tobacco 100 to if300 Colory Trash 5350 to 750 Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to S500 Colory Lugs 600 to 1000 Common Deaf 5700 to 8 GO Medium to good leaf 900 to 1300 Good to fine tillers 1300 to 1700 Select or wrappery tobacco 17 00 to 2650 Â¬ EARLY SPRING SUITS LATEST EASTERN STYLE Three and Four Button Cutaways Frocks and Sacks Single and Double- Breasted Prince Alberts ALL AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES store fl5Thanking you Dont Hotel ilyndon for past favors we extend you a cordial welcome to our new forget the place for we have moved to 220 West Main Street near COVINGTON MITCHELL Â¬ LO Â¬ Â¬ OK AT TH I S furnishing H Wf 1 XSIIffl Its KJV JOYG THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF Â¬ CLOTHING Both the method and result Syrup of Figs is taken it is Bnleaaanl and refreshing to the taste and act gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels coha head aches aud fevers and cures hrhitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the tnste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its actiou and Iruly beneficial iu its effects prepared only from the m0 t healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the meet popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on haud will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ CLOTHING J OIK Â¬ 11 1 Â¬ BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND GAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Â¬ I Intend to Sell Them at Some Price Â¬ - - SAN FRANCISCO W A POWELL CAL LOVISVIUl KY rOKK Nt I jS r VORIES SCHOOLFIELD CO Â¬ THE CLIMAX WetaMdy - - February Strawberries at Weeks See ad Hemp Seed for sale Nearly all the lots on Fifth Street are sold Dinelli See local wanU 20 1890 to see you court day Madison National Bank stock for sale See notice iiinidt i saleslady at Mr with Womans Uishts Washington special of Thursday says Kentucky is taking a conspicious part in the National American Woman Suffrage Association proceedings as is seen from the programme Mrs Eugenia B Farmer presented the State report Sarah Clay Bennett daughter of Gen Cassius Clay makes a speech upon Methods of Legislative Work for Wom ans Suffrage Ellen B Detrick and Laura Clay discuss Woman Suffrage Among the Young Mis Laura Or mestonchant a celebrated English advocate has spoken A Â¬ PERSONAL Miss Gaines of Georgetown is visiting Miss Reila Harbcr Col I Shelby Irvine went to Kansas City last week on business Miss Callie Gay of North Middletown is visiting Miss Eva Roberts Mrs E R Norris of St Louis visited Mrs Dr Frasee this place recently Miss Belle Rayburn returned a few days ago from a visit to relatives in Kansas Dr Catlett and wife of Mt Sterling visited Dr Poyntz and wife this place Donelson has a pintitv of new sul blk f 4 bj Egbert dam by COLUMN Who was BacVwood 1100 Will ofler great largiins in Boots and kies surrles and buggies of the newest hat band is the OShanter b f 3 by Robert McGreg- Â¬ Rhoets Hats und Furnishing Goode on and most popular patterns and at very how tiiht was his at the next meeting or dam by Young Jim 1360 Everybody come rexsouable figures Monday Court day disctlShe t0 M by Egbert dam by and get winter good at coat Lullaby b f White Sc WillisMVnarchists It the defaulting agent of W T Da builders Special attentions Wheel has been given ana Cromwell 1300 Senator Stanfords degree of LL D the Tennessee houses When it dont rain do I tan Pensacolo br f 2 by Egbert dam by from a Tennessee college baa coat him five years in the penitentiary no roof when it rains cant cover it Young Jim 1050 thus farliHK Exposure to rigli weniler getting Vena Capel blk f yearling by Mil- Our next door neighbor Mr Schafhau we living in damp localities are faIs Larky Haniltea Ladies lam Ino Mm1rnn Alwlnllsti sen has handed Us a paper he takes and vorable to tbe contraction of diseases of The Times received word to day that the kidneys and bladder As a pre- Â¬ poihts out a paragraph which he says is Ganirnjne ch f 2 by Harold dam by vjabn Mr John B Young of No 33 Hannah ventive and for the cure of all kid exceedingly funny It reads Fran Frank Ashland 7bta by Gambetta dam by Street west had been so fortunate as ney ami liver trouble use that valuable A Degroot aus Milburn Mass hat kur remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and Dora b f 2 V to hold a winning ticket in the Louis Kidney Balm iWch vier kindern lautcr madclvn das f 1 per bottle 27 39 ulus 700 We call your attention to our new and select stock of irida dam by Reg- - iaua State lttery A reporter called leben gegeben Die mutter urd die The Farmers and Laborere Union Fredegar b c yearling on Mr Young who iu formed the Times klcinen sued den unistanden nach wohl is now numerically the strongest order iber der fater soil infolge des unerwartet dam by John Dillard J8oRed Wilkes representative that his wife and her Alice Turner rn f yearling sister had taken a chance in the great in the United States It has 4000000 reichen 5 ilh II 11 atlmi ganzgebrochen members in 28 8tatee sein Frau George Hirsch in Monroe Turner dam by Twilight 000 nomc lottery the drawiug takiug place ou C S West b s 4 by Egbert dan was ane- December 17th The ticket Sick headache wind on the stomach caunty Texas hat vier knaben sued zwei Stanhopes Edwin Forrest loo orllelli ol No J34 and drew uie nral bilioiiHuess nausea are promptly audÂ¬ madehen Mutter und kinder sind wohl Fedora rn f 2 by Eagle Bird dam by rUl prize of 600000 The ladies agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc Leans Little Liver and Kiduey Fillets Hero of Thorndale money 15000 promptly 25c a vial froiud the 1550 Karma blk f 2 by William L dam througir1 Orleans bank by draft The Wheelers Union of McCracken by Pacing Abdallah tir leading banks here 1525 Hamilton At 213 West Milin Street next door to the Madison National Bank county has nominated a full ticket for Wavelet rn f by Jay Bird dam by Times January 4 It the August election made up from both NEW iOODS of the latest styles and at price that will please you Hero of Thorndale S6o A company has un parties Etta b f 2 by Victor Von Bismarck including Ladie- - Shoes Also full line of build a 50000 Opera hranize0 l0 dam by George Wilkes S6o h UQiioft habit l liue- Col O H Chenault has five highly Jenifer br m 6 by Red Wilkes dam ville the World there is bat One Care by Pacing Abdallah bred stallions to farm for the year iSc Br Haines tiolden Specific 4000 Conrt Bay DlnnerVirgin ch f 3 by Allandorf dam by See advertisement It run Ik given in ft cup or tea or coffee We are still in the ring and not eve lrson tHkiug without Hi- - anil IWlM 1300 effecting laeoy ami is mianem mie The Mariahall Stud Frankfort Ger Crittenden disfigured Will have nice dinner amtlter Hie paltosl is a moderate drinker 01Ruby Sowels b m 6 by Messenger for Court day Come -many has sold to Vincenzo Breda Guig and see U9 at the lm eoliv l wrecK i ihiiishim- - ui Hpeciuifc cuml who lme taken IheOolden 050 fio Italv the chestnut horse James G 220 Knife dam by Dr Almont old stand near the post office J0 ome and see tis look at OUR i IDS price them and tlieir knowl auSfclheir coSm wnliout i i Yoland b f 4 by William L dam by by Royal Chief dam Sunbeam owiYNllav Hink tly lint drinking ot their It S Dinkiii Co x harmful eflecl suits from it5vvA new firm with new goods are worth going to sec Hero of Thorndale 5750 t res gnurn us up generally Mr C A Miller Cincinnati O has send iorNllliNtrtn- I11 particulars Charles Cotlte stabbed I oge Coffee Addrem in conoSaJ Forerunner b c 3 by Onward dam by sold to C S Bragg same place a 16 hand Respectfully M Kac St CtaclnUoi iSS SPECICI0 another negro fatally at Danville Harold 1200 bay coach team for 2000 one by Simms Methand b f 3 by Onward dam by Marion The attorneys for V Claik Chief the other by Magic llarlands Appeal to the Women OBrien May Mario 790 er of BeitieShea wen- - i T of America Divid Bonner savs that while in CaliCastianira b m 6 by Berbrino dam to appeal the case to tbe Supreme Court Marion Harland the friend aud helpfornia he saw yearling trotters that would by Abdallah of the United States Anneal refuse 720 er of women everywhere has taken up readily pass for three or lour year olds ill Thursday was the largest dav Forty Are you restless at night and harass the work of restoring the ruined mon Nev York Kentucky Stock Farm six horses sold for an aggregate of 139 37- Ue Dr j H Mc ument marking the burial place of ed by a bail cough Mr J Breck Payne Lexington sold 625 an average of 3025 It was one of Leans Tar Wine Lbur Balmit will se Â¬ Mr Eph Simmons the 2 year-old filly by the biggest days sales ever held in the Mary the Mother of Washington She cure you sound sleep and effect a says truly io her appeal to the moth- Â¬ prompt aud radical cure 27 Director 217 dam by Gov Sprague Bluegrass and attracted more distinguishers and daughters of America to erect grandam by Mambrino Patchenfor ijoo ed horsemen When The King one of Col S W Blount the last surviving a fining monument to her who gave Live Stock Record George Wilkes best sons was brought signer of the Texan Declaration of In- Â¬ Our Country a Father hat the sun dependence has just died at San Auout for sale every neck was stretched to The shoes have been taken off shines upon no sadder ruin in the Maud S 2oSJ4 and she is now tramping see the animal and the bidding was soon gustine Texas 1 length and breadth of our land than around with bare feet on a bed of peat begun at 7000 and was spirited until Far lielter than the harsh treatmen this unfinished structure moss She will be placed in jogging Feb- the figure reached 25000 alter which FORMERLY TUK The publishers of The Home Maker of medicines which horribly gripe the the amount swelled to 31000 when Col ruary 22nd patient and destroy the coating of the Stock Farm of which Marion Harland is the editor stomach Dr J H McLeans bills Col R G Stoner has sold to J D Z E Simmons became the purchaser Corporal Wilkes b s 8 by Alcyone offer as their contribution to the good and Fever Cure by mild yet effective Cockrill of Mt Sterling the bay colt cause seventy five cents cut of every action will cure Sold at 50 cents a 1100 27 39 Country Baron bottle Warranted by Baron dam Qui Vive by Sentinel Lunette b f 5 by Lumps dam Lady annual subscription of two dollars to Wilkes 218 dam Alacrity by Harold the Magazine sent in during the next Mrs Asbury Shawhan of Lewis K by Gen Geo II Thomas price 13500 1900 Bourbon News six mouths Every such subscription county was accidentally shot aud killFIRST DOOR WEST OF FARMERS BANK Lyle Wilkes br s 16 by George John E Madden of Lexington has sold must be accompanied by the words ed a few days ago by the discharge of a Wilkes dam Lou Coons by American to Clarence P Hunt Memphis Tenn Does the liest and squarest ailvertisinji of any house in RichFor Mary Washington Monument gun in the hands of her husband Clay 3500 the bay colt Delancey foaled in 1SS8 by We do not mean on paper for talk is mond The offer is generous and should meet Electrotype b h 5 by Electioneer If you want to buy a sulky surrey Dictator dam Nell by Balsora price cheap but we do mean by way of with an enthusiastic response It dam Addie by Hambletonian Chief buggy or carriage call on Donelson 1100 Kentucky Stock Farm 7100 Henry Wattersou was 50 years old for he has the latest best and cheapest lohn H Wallace of the Trotting RegWoodford Pilot br h 17 by Wood- Sunday 5- VALUE FOR MONEY ister has refused to recognize the records ford Mambrino dam Brena by Pilot Jr made at the Harrodsburg Fair last sumyou suffer prick irit pains on mov Miss Laura Johnson another LouisIf 1150 ing the eyes or cannot bear bright ville girl made her debut as an actress mer on account of the track not being a WetUARANTEE to give yon MORE FOR YOlR DOLLAR Orange Girl b m 19 by Hambletonlight and find your sight weak and full mile and having a short lap than any house in town Call and see il this assertion is untrue ian dom Dolly Mills by American Star failing you should promptly use Dr J iu London last week Star Lily 220 has been sold by A J H McLeans Strengthening Salve 2100 Advice to Mother 27 30 Welch of Hartford to a Lowell man for Mm Wnrsiw3 riniaiSruvphotillaIw7t Preamble br m S by Pancoast dam 25 ceuts a box be uaed when children are cutting teeth It r 9000 Mr Welch bought Star Lilv last Galatea by Messenger Duroc 1525 John Burks and EliasStull got iuto bevea the Uttle aufferenxt once it produces natnr l Bleep and the Uttle be nib a waaee a bngh t summer or 50c and she won for him Maggie Collins blk m 9 by Dictator a tight at Nicholasviile when Burks quiet button it is rrrr pleasant to taste It aa Sooo in stakes alone Kentucky Stock dam Katie Clark by American Clay shot at Stull twice missing him aoothea the child aoltena he cum allay sail pain but tvgulatea the bowels and is the be at known remedy Farm 24 Sheets 0 pound writing paper 3 v one of the bullets hit Will Davis a for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other causes Twemy flie cents a bottle Lucy Walker b m 1 1 by Sir Walker The Castle Stables New York City heets heavy foolscap looker on lu the leg Burks killed 6 5 25 XXX envelopes have sold for exportation to the island of dam Senorita by Sentinel 925 Stulls brother a few years ago Nut Gall b m 13 by Nutwood dam Bermuda the bay gelding Gall tin foaled 5 8 10 lJV and up Ladies Hose Rev Sam Jones has purchased a flue FOH THE KIOIII Abdallah Maid by Vocrhees Abdallah 1SS3 by imp Glengarry dam Dora by Weakness Malaria Indigestion and 5 8 D and up Mens Socks farm near Eminence aud will soon Biliousness tuke Chief 1075 imp Australian her dam Liudora by Lex 4 5 8 10 md up Ladies Handkerchiefs move from Cartersville Ga BHOWNS TIlOTf BITTERS It cares quickly I or mle by all dealers in Ember br m 8 by Princeps dam ington 5 and up for 5 do tieuts medicine Uet tbe gcumuc A bill has been introduced to punish Tidy by Messenger Duroc 1475 The lakst and most important consign- Â¬ do Heavy work Shirts 35 and up 9 35 managers of shows for imposing on the Iago b c 2 by Jerome Turner dam ment to Girinany through the Sire Bros Dv do Linen Collars lor 25c Lady Rogers by Florida 1600 John U Pulliam who has conducted people by fraudulent advertisements l of trotting stock includes Mattie K r 25c do do Cuffs Guitar br in 8 by Princeps dam the Harrodsburg Sayings has sold it to There are mauy accidents and dis O S B 227 Lady Poindexter 2 Gallon covered bucket 25 cents 224 eases which aifect Stock and cause seJames P Spilman Geraldine 22S4 Nellie B 239 Trio by Volunteer 1050 rious inconvenience and loss to the far Tullahoma b m 17 by Almont dam and Maud A 2264 CLOSING OUT GENTS HEAVY UNDERWEAR AT COST Children will freely take Dr J H mer in his work which may bepiii kly by imported Glenco 2200 McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm un- remedied hy the use of Dr J H Mc Mr Ed Tipton Secretary of the NationOdette b f 2 by Belmont dam by like cough syrups it contains no opium Leans Volcanic Oil Liniment 27 ij al Association has sold to Messrs F C will soothe and heal any disease of the Woodford Mambrino 1250 of Junction City Kan OReillev ti Co a- throat or Fordette rn f 5 by Jay Bird dam by remedy lungs quicker than any other 27 39 sas the 5 year old stallion Kentucky RusGeorge Wi ikes 1600 sell by Mimbrino Russell dam Annie J A Shuttleworiliof Louisville has Remaining unclaimed in the Post Houri br 111 6 bv Onward dam by Steel by Fearnaught grandam 223 given 1000 to help pay oft the Camp Office at Richmond Ky week ending Mambrino Patehen 12000 February 25 1890 KenJennie by Volunteer price 2500 Carola ch m 5 by Indicator dam bellsville Baptist Chinch debt Ayers Wm Morrib James tucky Stoek Farm Anderew Thomas Miller Eliza Mrs Little Wonder 775 A Pleasing Sense Ashe Annie Miss McCormickMarshal Col R S Strader has sold for Mr A Allie Gould b m by Jay Gould dam Of health and strength renewed and of Harberck Frank AND CLOSE ALL SWITCHES FOR THE Noland Mamie Smith McCann to Mr A H Moore by Ethan Allen 2050 Owens Milton ease and comfort follows the use of Barnest Y A Clovcrdale Stock Farm Philadelphia the Agate ch m 10 by Cuyler dam by Bigjjerstarf Harriet Parish Ben Syrup of Figs us it acts in harmony Brown Whitcuin bay colt foaled iSSS by Red Wilkes Patrick Geo II Mambrino Patehen 2200 with nature to effectually cleanse the Branhum Aijie Mrs Riggs David dam sister to Hallie 22 by Alcyone Dessie Wingatc b m 6 by Onward system when costive or bilious For Craig Mtscs Rutherford Thos second dam by American Clay third dam by Bayard Jr 1800 Senters Sally Mrs sale in 50c aud 1100 bottles by all lead- Cindino Eliseo dam by Alnont fourth dam by Hannibal Susette b f 4 by Onward dam by Davis Maria Shepperson Johny ing druggists son of Shakespeare Kenprice 5000 Epps John L Taylor Mary Mrs Mambrino Time 2775 Turpin Eliza Mrs tucky Stock Farm The women of Lothrop Mo organ- Edwards Wm Bohemian b f 3 by Onward dam by Miss ized themselves into a mobnf 100 cru Johnson Ilatie Miss Tupin Solomon Monday morning the family horse of William Rysdyk 2350 Gentry Cliid Toliver Abe aud completely destroyed two Lovell Warlock b h 10 by Belmont dam by aadera Tribble Allie Mis Mr T B Wood was discovered in a pre- Â¬ saloons and emptied 1000 worth of Lakes Bronce Tharp David 15 carious condition and it was beyond the Pilot Jr to Col Bob Stoner Paris Mason Tom Waugh Goru E Mr liquor into the gutters power of human hands to render him any 000 Mason S K Williams Ben J Emulation cl in 8 by Onward dam relief A veterinary surgeon was called Corn seed oats aud ship stuff at the Martin C H Woods Rily warehouse of V It Letcher Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p and arrived as the horse was in a dying by Maggie 4050 Co at m Count Robert b c 2 by Robert McMoney order and registered letter 30 37 condition He found symptoms of hydroKC Depot hours prompt 7 a m to ti p u phobia After he died a more thorough Gregor dam by Monte 1750 The residence of Judge Craddock in J B WILLIS p m Elgin Girl b in 7 by Legal Tender examination was made which proved be South Frankfort was burned The dam by Blue Bull 1000 yond a doubt that the disease was hydro- Jr Little Odd b m 3 by Baron Wilkes Judge was ill and had to be carried out phobia It is supposed that the horse was in his bed bitten by a dag last October at which dam by Happy Medium 2500 Mag Nolin b f 4 by Viclor Von BisSeed oats ship slutl and corn for sale time a mad do was killed in that vicinity at our warehouse at K C Depot Low corner Upper and Pine Sreets No marck dam by Hamlet 3000 Two nice rooms over Racket Siore Ladv Sultan b f 3 by Sultan dam by rates V R Lktchek suitable for Millinery Dressmaking thought was entertained that the horse was Co Thorndale 37 Rent reasonable 1850 3G 37 MJHILL a victim of the mad dog and was continuAlgeria Wilkes br s 8 by Alcyone ally driven by the family Iexington GaJames Todd the wealthiest citizen dam by Tattler 1275 zette The King blk h 16 by George Wilkes of Louisville is dead The Woodward Combination Sale of dam by Gills Vermont Z E Simmons Ship stuff corn and seed oats cheap trotting horses began at Lexington on Home grown China hemp seed guar Â¬ Lexington 31000 This was one of the at our warehouse at K C Depot Tuesday of last week and closed on Satanteed new for sale For price etc best sons of George Wilkes and for breed30 37 W R 4 Co G I DOUGLASS address urday Good crowds were present and ing could not be excelled LexiiiKton Ky Is on the main line and all others side tracked Makes the fastest time bidding was spirited The horses that The Somerset Republican advocates Kentucky Chief ch s 7 by Onward STEELE BROS brought above 700 were a dog lax of 50 ceuts for males and 1 37 44 Yarnallton Ky and best connections of all SULKY FLOWS on the track Has free dam by Almont Rattler 1600 Barney Wikes b s 15 by George for females with the penalty of death Belmont Wilkes br s 3 by Belmont right of way on all lines and takes coal and water on the run Wilkes dnm by Roscoe Sooo against those upon which the tax it not dam by George Wilkes 7100 Speaker Randall br c 2 by Judge paid Forsaleby Susie S b m 6 by Hylas dam by Salisbury dam by Gov Sprague 950 Byron 10050 Â¬ RichCarrie B br rn 8 by Gov Sprague John G Elhoon b c 3 by Onward dam by a gentleman in adjoinAs agent dam by Mambrino Boy 1900 mond Ky carries im- Â¬ ing county forhave for sale privately a tJmT-- Where all the best FARMIXO HARDWARE can be bought I Long Island 9250 Cheetah Onwa d b m 4 by Onward few shares of stock iu the Madison for the least money next door to Fost Office Register ch c by Onward dam by mense stocks of Salt Lime dam by Beecher 1015 National Bank Long Island 1975 Cement and the O H CHENAULT 37 38 Raven Wilkesblkc 2 by Guy Wilkes Corporal Wilkes b s 8 by Alcyone 1890 Im- Â¬ 1890 Stallions tor Service Machinery dam by Rockvvooi 1050 dam by Sentinel 1100 plements Sulkies Gear and Lady Maude br m 8 by Rockwood Lady Wilkes b m 13 by Geo Wilkes dam by Kisbar 1000 the best line of Groceries in dam by Bentons Diomed 1600 Having closed ont my grocery and Calendula b in 4 by Harold dam by gone on tiie roaa 1 towinu up Sian Count Wilkes br s 12 by George the WITH BKTIRN PRIVILEOE American Clay 1175 the business Mv accounts are in the 41- Wilkes dam by Gills Vermont 2250 Mollie b m 8 by Young Jim dam by D FeknEY for collection hands of J llermanie b s 10 by Electioneer dam I have five highiy bred stallions Please pay him yearling rec Kentucky Clay 1575 Under the Ojeratiou of the parole which I wish to farm in Madison coun- Â¬ oni 248 by Pauls Abdallah L T WILSON 35 40 3250 Eucher b s 5 by Euclid dam by law 59 convicts have been paroled out ty for tiie season 1S90 on most liberal The next day was not so extensive Rrother to Bell Vara in a race 238 terms None but responsible parties Rothchild 1250 and both out of tbe dam of Ueorgiette Billy M Wilkes gr s 6 by Count of the penitentiary need apply See fhe horses at Fair Mary Wilkes br m 8 by Red Wilkes mares Wilkes dam by Administrator Persons who lead a life of exposure Ground Stables before March Court 700 Trees 2194 50 Limited toa 10 good In foal Tut dam by American Clay 11 75 to insure mare 19 O H CHENAULT May Rose blk f 4 by Nutwood dam are subject to rheumatism neuralgia dav Ella Hardirgb f2by Ellerslie Wilkes 37 38 and lumbago aud will Und a valuable by Woodford Mambrino 2450 dam by Harold S6o remedy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Vapor br f 4 by The King dam by Oil Liniment it will banish pain and Pigeon b m 5 by Happy Medium Zachariah pleased 27 39 subdue iuflammatiou 700 I pacing To Farmers and Tradesmsn whowill be favor me to furnish any one dam by Ashland Chief 750 may with their order Helida Clay blk f 2 by C F Clay Count Kilrush br s 5 by Egbert dam Mrs Porter a Nebraska woman o cash witb return privilege Standard Fruit and Ornamental Tree dam by Gills Vermont 1625 by Standard Bearer f 1005 with two small children died ou the and Plants namely - Apples Pears P O Box 414 B H NEALE Fitzhugh b c 6 by King Rene dam Gtapes Peaches Cherries Plumbs Glenmore Maid b f 4 by William L 35 40 Richmond Kr train near Knoxviileof consumption by Gills Vermont Soo dam by Old Golddu t 2600 Large sale of fine stock Hon es Strawberry Plants Evergreens Water Maple Ac Address Physicians prescribe Dr J H Mc Storm Queen ch m 6 by Hailstorm Hogs Buegies Annie W b f 3 by Jay Bird dam by 35 42 P F ADAMS Waco Ky Lesms Tar Wine Lung Balm iu it Mtile Jersey Cattle dam by Bayard 975 Wagons Farm Implements and Pro- Â¬ Von Arnim 1450 they find no trace of opium or morphia Sans Peur b s 5 by The King dam while its efficacy in curing all throat or ducts Ac On TUESDAY MARiH Bay filly 5 Lumps dam by American 11 1890 will be sold at public auction by Happy Medium 910 27 39 lung diseases is wonderful at Eluioreland Stock Farm Logan Sta Â¬ Clay 960 The firm of Breck A Fitzpsttrick tion on the R N I A B Railroad in Prince Mark b c 2 by Victor Von dissolved on Friday February 7 1990 The five counties comprising South Jesmmiue county Kv 75 JERSEY Removed and Enlarged Bismarck 1300 Breck retiring 1 he accounts of Breck A Phelps have A F I have removed my cigar factory lo em California have an area of almost CATTLE 6 mules 18 Geldings and A F Brbtk Lizzie Wallace h f 3 by Climate 4000 square miles larger than the State Mares about 50 hogs an Acme com been placed iu my hands for collection No 221 VV Maiu Htreet up stairs aud W C FlTZPATRICK plete Dairy with outfit of Churns Milk I can be found at J A Sulii vans office 73- enlarged its capacity The retail de of Ohio and Cream Cans Refrigerators Ac on First Street for the next thirty ilays Carbonized b c 3 by Onward 1950 partment lias Also several top becu We have this day formed a partner Â¬ discontinued When nature falters and requires Jersey Wagon Buggies a Rockaway After that time suit will be brought on Olo c f yearling by Onward 830 farm Wagon Harness all unpaid accounts irrespective of ship in the Hardware business under Ordeis filled more promptly than ever help recruit her enfeebled energies Kate Gay b f 2 by Onward 700 Plows Stock Scales and various Farm color politics or church membership the style and firm name of Filzpatrick before Pure Havana goods a speci Â¬ with Dr J H McLeans Strengthen Phelps We aj snme the indebted Â¬ Hugh Gay b c 2 by Onward 875 P H SULLIVAN ing Cordial aud Blood Purifier II per Implements together with a large lot alty L P Sandeks of hay corn Mill Feed Household aud 35 3 ness of Breck A Filzpatrick Feb 10 1890 27 39 Kittie B b f 2 by Hagar 925 bottle W U FITZPATRICK Kitchen Furniture It Mary b m 11 by Star Almont 850 Pedigrees of stock furnished purchaD M PHELPS A bill has been Introduced to place by Cuyaler Merry Maid b f 35 381 Friday Feb 7 1890 925 There are now in the United States one copy of the G A R Roster in ev Â¬ sers on day of sale Six months credit Terms ok Sale Cynthia Wilkesb m4 by Idol Wilkes and Canada nearly 1200 miles of elec- ery county library In the country notes with approved security required 800 tric street railway without interest Cash purchasers will Xeuralgic Person Frankie Pate Sen ch f 3 by Allendorf be allowed interest at the rate of S per I desire to bell or rent privately tbt nerrousneaa resulting And those troubled ith ceut per annum 1200 large two atory Hume are agents for flrt Burnam from care or overwork will be relieved by taking I O 4 WlGOINS BliOCK On same day will be offered the Farm Prince George ch c 2 by Fayette clacs insurance companies Try them Brown Iron Bitters Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper of 216 ACRES more or less which is Wilkes 1010 S3 19 and well in a high state Tom Lupton b s 7 by Alcyone 750 A tire broke out In the wholesale dry shunted on a good coin watered with u Co Chicago kind Rowena b in 13 b George Wilkes Mt Sterling is to ave a new Court goods store of Farwell ton Ky kiioi as t tie Hoc L 4 SON ty H i S7 38 100 House to cost 24600 and caused a loaa of 1500000 4 Egra Wallace Rice NEW CLOTHING HOUSE MJ Hills Utton list s Sale week -- Wedseaaer invito you to dinner See IscaL him court day Smith Myers - taking orders for Stan Take tiie ImxA lev in Africa Hav Brother have a large contract for plastering at Middlcshorough Two colored people were buried each Sundiv Monday and Tuesday da on the hous -- temerance orator had full and Wednesday nights and builders uill be in lo Â¬ ng and summer W P Prcwitt auctioneer reports sale of W J Cotton on Thursdav the oth inst was well attended with a large crowd Farming implements and stock soli well 4 shoats average about 10 lbs brouht PC head one sow and 10 pigs 27 one 4 year old horse mule 15 hands f 124 two rrtile colts f 105 four steer calves 1250 per head 4 heifer calves 9 per head j yearling heifers 15 each 2 milk cows 3050 per head 1 brood mares one at 136 and one for 105 People seem to have more life in them than usual -1 - bi 1 handle cigars see notice jrieior of cigar fac- it to be extend addition to Four in rHd - ln Broadway have been and to parties the past week at once e far in martins and red head are here and spring can the future who died in Garrard Tuesday aged 64 years was - Maud this county eater of the Co this place was H week and is said to H at HTOd I Tar Knd at The literary societies of Central University held a joint contest in presence of a good audience considering the rain Mr Richard While Miller presided and his remarks emboditd a beautiful tribute to the illustrious Washington Rev E II Burnam opened the exercises with prayer Saxton Treats orchestra made the music The speakers were Messrs Bell BronstonCox Dobbs Joflrion and Mitchell The committee consisted of Mr A R Burnam Judge Chenault and Prof Clarke Thev awarded the medal to Mr Joflrion as the best speaker of the evening Mr Burnam presented the medal with complimentary remarks especially relating to Mr Millers opening address Fiower and fruits were abundantly be stowed upon the speakers Â¬ k it rich The officers of the Pincville Iron and Coal Company are J S Ray President Theodore Harris Vice President Hector V Loving Secretary and Treasurer Jno irlo Brittain who shot W Stine Dennis Long John B Carson g Dan Garrard at Man Elihu Root Frank Hull and Henry Barliarrard was a son of ker Directors Garrard known here Off the Beattvville Improvement Company Wm Cornwall Jr is President papers are daily filled Marnman Tenn That is the place John D Harris Nice President John 11 Leathers Secretary and Treasurer John Mr J Tevi Cobb is located W Stine Bennett H Young J S Bro is called Keathlv ficc naugh C D Chenault D M Bright and Ja6 B MeCrearv Directors Some idea ams property at Greenville Term having been divided into town lots of the magnitude of the business of these was sold at auction last Thursday Gen companies may be gotten from the fact H Morgan was killed in the yard of that the Pineville Company has sold over John 250000 of propci t within the last thirty iace davs and luc Three Forks Company about The ten year old son of a Mr Hi no uvv rnr Garrard county was bit by a mad dog A Pi- - Tale lursday That afternoon the par ties came through here going out to try W II Bates living near Speedwell Mr Burgins mads tone this county reports a remarkably large yield of pigs on his farm from three sows Mr Samuel Shearer Jr of Boone has One has fifteen another fourteen and the sold three acres of the river hank just other ten thirty nine in the lot It is an above the bridge at Ford to the Ford unusually big nuniter for three sows and Lumber Company to be used as a landmore they were all born the same night Trice yOO ing for their logs Mr Bates coud scarcely believe his own Alien lie went out and found them Prof Sheff the Optician at Armers jewelry store is meeting with great suc- - and had he hem a drinking man would have thought he was seeing pigs along ind many of our citizens old and young with defective vision have found with his snakes Untried to count them but his effort atisfaetory even by having proper glasses adjusted Professor will remain until next than that of the boy w10 repotted to his Mmday evening March 3rd If vour father that he had counted all the pigs in glasses do not suit your eves you w ill do the lot but one and it kept such a running well to consult him Examination for around he couldnt count it So he took thein by the legs and dragged them out of the bed one by one and thinking he had Stallions To Far sosac mistake counted them again Col O II Chenault offers in to davs as he put them back but there were thirty Climax five finely bred stallions to farm nine of tliem no more and no less He lost by death his 1890 Trastees anil Teachers client manager and now desires to dis AX ACT to amend teetism q art it U S pose temporarily of the horafter 1534 Common Schwl J 1 his ioiumoH rniiH Large Sale Be it malted by ike Gtmtrml Assembly of Terence to advertisement elsewhere the Kommoucaltk 0 ArmtueKr days Climax you will see that Mr That section 9 article 8 chapter w ill have a sale of Jersey cattle 534 be amended by striking out the folilier live stock fanning imple- - lowing words namely The trustees c His place lies between the shall not permit any person to teach any aiii Nicholasvillc and not far from private or other school in any district son school house unless the said person shall first have obtained a certificate to teach A Hie Hon Coatribitisa from the County Board of Examiners McKee Traynor Capt R B Terrill and insert in lieu thereof the following O II Chenault and Mr W A No person shall be allowed to namely Powell sold horses at Lexington in the teach a private or other school in any distiination Sales last week and the week trict school house unless he be ol a good nting to nearly 33000 Susie moral character and have the consent of ght 10060 Col Chenaults Es- - not less than two of the trustees of the Capt Terrills Hilda Clay district in which said school is to be lew Elian iif Fitzhugh Soo taught rse column 2 This act shall take effect from its Harvky Mvkrs passage 1iaaa CsasaBv Speaker of the House of Representatives ra J S Coilins and F Thornton Jamks W Bryan med a piano company of which Speaker of the Senate former is President and the latter Sec Approved February 5 1890 They propose to sell lease and retary S B BCCKNER rent pianos and organs They will have By the Governor them made to order A number of can Geo M Adams Secretary of State vassers have already been employee Principal place of business opposite the Glyndon at 227 Main Street t aI Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rain with heavy brilliant lightning occupied pari t Sunday night weather av winter is over ally hard Thfir Officer- - Senator Stewart of Floyd county spent Sunday with Senator Roberts at his home in this place Dr Perry Burgin of Memphis is here to see his lather Mr Lsom Burgin and finds him improved Mrs R L Gentry has returned from Memphis Tenn after a six weeks visit to her sister Mrs J 1 Parrent Mr J W Locknane of Winchester passed through Richmond yesterday on his way home from the Beattyville and Irvine boom The Richmond Social Club gave a de- Â¬ lightful hop at the Glyndon last night Morning glory programs with music by Saxton Trost Prof Clelland entertained the Century Club at the Glyndon Friday night Pres ident Wilison presided The single tax theory was the subject discussed Mr Thomas P Dorsey and wife deaf mutes who have been spending some time at the home of her mother Mrs Risk near Union City have returned to Fiemingsburg Miss M M Shanahan and Miss Rosa McDonald of Ixmisvillc are visiting their brother and sister Mr and Mrs D A Shanahan at the Glyndon Saturdav evening they were delightfully entertained at dinner by Mr F II Adair The menu was beau tifullv printed on linen handkerchiefs and besides being novel and stylish was attractive in tempting dishes After the celebration at the College Monday evening the sixteen members of the D K E fraternity gave to their voung lady friends a banquet at the Glyndon The young ladies presented abeau tilul scene in evening dress while the young men in conventional diesi repre sented the chivalry of their iraternity Trosts band of Lexington furnished the music Mrs J P Herndon chaperoned the party The bill of fare was in French Judge Scott adjourned Court Friday un- Â¬ til to day having disposed of the Urge docket with such rapidity as to enable him to do so The Judge grows in the estima tion of our people with each recurring term of his Court Courteous firm and prompt upon the bench careful prudent and painstaking in the investigation of questions brought before him he stands second to no Judge that has sat upon the bench in this county His name has been prominently mentioned for the Judgeship of the Court of Appeals from this district and should he make the race he will receive a warm support in this county Winchester Democrat Mr Thomas J Smith did not tarry long in Florida having returned last week on business He dined at the famous Ponce dc Leon in St Augustine and says it is King Solomons Temple reproduced except the gold and silver He was delight ed with the climate and purposes making his arrangements to spend next winter there He brought home some of the finest oranges ever grown in Florida They came from the vicinity of the lands of Messrs J Stone Walker and W B Smith Certain localities in the State produce belter oranges than others the same as particular parts of Kentucky produce bet ter bluegrass or tobacco than others Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS - il to ing gbt rarnniKss u - HATS IN GREAT VARIETY -- i1 - - la Â¬ 11 Â¬ ES SCHOOLFIELD k CO Â¬ RACKET STORE -- Â¬ d Variety Store AGTUIL Â¬ RECEIVED Â¬ Â¬ Ee c 1 J TTST XjOOSZI t -- fK rF tt 234 Â¬ ITCOMS ACT23 SEE Â¬ USI MATRIMONIAL- - VariM SrfcMlfieM ft firm has received its goods and is now ready to receive custo mers They are at No S13 West Main reet next door to Madison National tank Their entire stock is new and v handle furnishing goods hats shoes Thev come well and Jother requisites recommended and have come to stay See their announcement in to days Cli The new clothing max Platform B touches the Fair I rounds at the angle of Four Mile Ave lue and will have a platform for use iring the fair It is probable that the m will have a platform at the crossing B about one hundred R N I from the Fair grounds to be used the same purpose Possibly the two aads miv have a platform and a house passengers who desire to change from me road to the other The R N Ijst A Hitch week we announced the election James M Benton as Police Judge - tester But Governor Buckncr ear has declined to issue the com- Judge Chester E Reeae claims elected so there the matter Iowa has two sets of officers W2V all w ft rM Sjf a 4 la to decide which is which The Winchester are said to liavc corrupt A Skoatiag Douglas turnkey at the jail shot lan Walker mIattH at 1w door of h rasored Hantitt rlmrrh this nlarr ght about 10 oclock but missed ireen Hogan colored The ooughhis coat and vest but his suspender buckle and glanced t tion -- - by C conflicting reports aa to of the shooting are in circula- Â¬ Douglas has not been found ce as turnkey at the jail has been d F Turner Mr S H Turpin and Miss Amanda Gentry were married at the home of the brides father Mr Martin Gcntrv in Mad ison county on Thursday February 20th 1890 Rev Milton Elliott officiating Mr Edward E Adams and Miss Mary L Taylor were married at the home of the brides father Mr J Gideon Taylor near Union City in Madison county on Wednesday February 12th 1890 Rev J F Williams officiating Attendants Mr Christopher Chenault Miss Sallie Noble E F Edwards Miss Annie Bow- Â¬ man At the Baptist church this city February iSth at 3 oclock p M Rev Green Clay Smith officiating Miss Lena Duke Smith youngest daughter of Rev Green Clay Smith was married to John L Whitehead of Williamsburg The church was beautifully decorated with potted and cut llowxrs Predominating was the Jonquil a flower first to respond to the warm rays of the spring time sun In the absence of others and especially of rare species it is a beauty and always finds a hearty welcome in the hearts of florists and on this occasion shedding its beauty under mellow lights was it heartily welcomed Miss Mary Magowan presided at the organ beautifully rendering a wedding march Miss Smith is an attractive young lady and the groom who was for- Â¬ tunate to win her is highly esteemed and one of the best business men of WilliamsDanville proposes buildinga line to con- burg Immediately following the cere monv they started for Williamsburg their N nect with the L future home Ushers L L Bridge Garrard county is agitating the propo- Â¬ Kearn Robt Gate wood and sition to build a railroad from Lancaster forth Roy Best man R G Williams J L White through McKee to Middcsborough of Mt Vernon and maid of honor Miss It is reported that the Cincinnati South- Lucie Chenault It was a beautiful imV charter ern has bought the L C Mt Sterling Gazette pressive wedding and etceteras and will build the road Last Saturday work was begun at Ver- Â¬ RELIGIOUS sailles on the Richmond Nicholasviile Sixty five colored people were baptized Irvine and Beattvville railroad and sev in Lexington Sunday eral hundred men are now making the A protracted meeting is in progress at dirt fly on the road toward Nicholasviile Messrs P Bruster Co of St Louis the colored Baptist Church this place have the contract for the road from the with thirty additions The Baptist Church at Ephesus will call Wilmore Gariett place to the Jessamine county line and their camps are scattered Richard French of this city to take all along the route between the two places charge of it as pastor and Providence of Little Rock has the Church will probably do the same J D Leary for the grading from Versailles Winchester Democrat contract to the Garrett place and things are very Mr Andrew Young the author of the lively along his end of the line The popular childrens hymn There is a route from Versailles to Nicholasviile is Happy Land died at his residence in Mr Young through an easy stretch of country and Edinburgh on Saturday there seems to be no doubt that the road who was 82 years old was once head will be completed through to Beattyviile master of Madras College St Andrews by June The route to Nicholasviile and retired from active life fifteen years out of Versailles contains no heavy cuts ago He was also the author of a volume or fills and it promises to become one of of poems Churchman the most attractive parts of the entire The number of Anglican Churches and line Nicholasviile Journal Chapels in and about London is 1016 Robert Browning the English poet was Jobu G Wliittier who is uow eiglity interred in Westminister Abbey on 31st two years old 1b about the liveut rusiii ult with the appropriate services of the He is vigorous both church some of tlte most distinguished of bis general in in body and mind and can do as good men and women of England being presThe ent Near the spot is the bust of Long- Â¬ work as ever His last poem which he wrote for fellow and the monuments of Chaucer Captains Well tbe New York Ledger in his eigtity Spencer Ben Jonson Milton Gray and secoixi year in oue of tbe strongest others Churchman must beautiful and most finished pro Â¬ Dinuer Court Day ductions Ibat ever came from bis peu A first class dinuer 011 Court day M f E K- A Come and see us at tbe New York Res The Madison County Equal Rights As tatirant in the Revenue building Try sociation will hare their regular meeting our Lunch Counter if you dont want ening at 3 oclock The public is a regular dinner Everything new cienn aud nice cordialy invited F WfcCKESSEK t C It Mrs W F Francis Rec Secy Â¬ CLEAR THE TRACK Â¬ rj Â¬ V For Rent g H E M PS EE L Â¬ Lncm SOLID COMFORT - Â¬ Bank Stock for Sale Taylor Hair POPE lAIN J Â¬ Farm and best STALLIONS SETTLE UPl oire market TO FARM j VA1 1C LIGHT HALL Fruit Onaintal VANDAL WILKES JPsti 1 Pay at Dissolution Notice Once Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE CRAPSEY- - Aroliltoots BROWN Â¬ 1 PrntS how5 toujh J The ence ought to be highly prosperous circolaiing medium is abundant Intcrrsr It lower than ever before known Gorood and municipal 4 per ceut bou is command a premium those of tho Im tod States what is the are in demand at 124 and condition of that great interest which underinlies all other interests the agricultural terest What are pxi farming lands worth In In Mr Blaines cwu state in Vermont tho ea8tern ta New Hamrire ia How do prices of t srruing landc in the middle itates rwmpare with the selling prices of such kinls when the tariff was light in comparison with what it is at the present time If the condition of the farming interest m these itates is the result of tho increase of culti- Â¬ vated acres in tlie new stab and the lessened rates of transjsirtation how happen it that in all these great grain producing states the farmers who are as well off at the close of the year as they were at the beginning ale the - THE 10 COMMANDMENTS 1 ii Hon Hugh McCulloch Reviews Blaine and Gladstone A Think Carefullr 4 7 and buy from us y The Best is the Cheapest Immediately When Bargains are Offered Work Diligently Until You Reach Oar Ilace ilt W Main Honestly Is Our Motto In restigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Da Miently It You Would Please I nimbly lias Kver Been Our Aim 1AY lK MTLY Is ur Earnest Bbqw it MMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead you ind make us happv VETERAN FINANCIERS OPINION The Venerable Ex Cabinet Ontoer Draw Imnnn from the lllstorr of the Inltrft Why Tanic Occur Why Tariffs State Cannot Cause PrtMperity The North American Review for January ooctaiml an article by the Right Hon W E Olathitoiic aiivocatinj fnv commercial intT course between nations and a reply b3- - the Hon Junoes U blame which have excited great interest The New York Tim s lias now prevented a reply to Mr Blaine tio venerable banker Hon Hugh McCulloch founder of the state bank system that prevailed in Indiana just before the war comp- Â¬ troller of the currency during part of the war secretary of the treasury und r 1 Jmihimmi for four years and under Presi dent Arthur for five months being the only man who has held that ofiioe twice Following is Mr McCullochs article Mr Gladstone treats tlie questim of trade as if it were not only an eco nomic but also a scientific question applica- Â¬ ble alike to all countries and to all conditions of the same country to the United 8tat s and to Gnat Britain u the former wh u she was iepHnileiit iiism the latter for manufactured gols and now when she is a leader among the nations in the extent and ariety of her munufaeturoa Mr blaine on the contrary disregards the iloctriaa of scKiitific ilitieal economy in it in rings upon international trade or ra tar ilitieal economy as cue of the cact sciences whoso doctrines are equally applicable to all countries and to all stages f tlnir development Mr intone is a believer in free trade the free trad which in couuecti on with her manufactures has made that little kingdom nr t a fortieth port as large as the United States the greatest maritime and manufacturing natK in the world upon whose coloÂ¬ nial domains the sun never sets Mr Piaine believes that it is to her protective Klicy that the um aralleled growth and genera prosper v of the Doited States are mainly attributable regards international trade Mr tiladsti as barter aini believes that such trade esseu tial os it may be to national greatness can Â¬ healthily carried on unless this is its not hÂ¬ Â¬ icter-natiurÂ¬ i I SHACKELFORD -- GENTRY DEAL1 ALL Kl HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE ODS ARK HOUSE ITKNISIIIXG D Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMLLKMENTS WAGONS PLOWS A V BAKES WHLLLH ARROW II FANCY CANTS BREAK WAGONS ETC MT etc LOOK FOB 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND DS ili SHACKELFORD IMM K July 10 CJE1TTE T 43- - Â¬ Â¬ BOOT RING STILL IN THE ANJ SHOE TO UK HOUSE HlIIK WE A GOME AUAI1 WITH KMAKlKT AMI FRESH LOT OK CHOICE Groceries FOB THE RemodeleD On account of the inconvenience that will ueenr ilieicfmiii we have decided tosII BUI our enormous stock of NEW YEAR tndle tt everything give you the and I PRIMS Itei inded thanks who Boots Shoes HATS AND AT A FURNISHING GOODS liberally ami promise in tl as in the I Uveas as well pi to see new Great SACRIFICE g W Jim Hawaii Chenault u From now until the builder hegiu aud QRJLST BRITAINS BEVBXrS SYSTEM complete their work Now although it may be presumptuous in it am 4jWThis will be a rare oppor- mc to avowwith Ieither far from being in full of these sympathy tunity for the people of Richmond statesmen While I l heve that distinguished the peaB of and Malison county to get the all nations would be lietter and happier if ail Mr Blaine knows of course that trade beÂ¬ tween nations must niaiulv be carried on by long mutual exchanges that no nation can engaged in trade with uderse baiauce-su-ntlaccruing to be settled with coin leas com is one of it chief products but he behev s that such are the circumstances of tfca lnite1 States that she run only le by ignoring the jsjlicy at fr changes that nothing could tie more injurious la her people than for her to open her to tiio manufactures of other countn from imp irt duties or Babjeet only to such duties as might be needed for reveuue tliat in saaWapa manufact- Â¬ oaing to cbeapr urers in toe Uuited Sitatis uid Bat even in their hmno markets compete with Europoaii tnanufictu rs Mr Gladstone goes beyond the economic qaeatioa and six aiksof protectiini as a moral by thispresintatioiiof it he has quesiiou in certain quarters subjected himself to ridi- Â¬ cule That these is anything immoral in a protoctie tanff has never aaaarad into the conception at proti etionists but to Mr Glad stone Uiero could be no ottier conclusion He regards monopoly asthe necessary outgrowth of protection uid consequently at war with freedoic tiiat protective duties lead to wasteful expenditure of the public moneys that tbej- - are Lurdensoine to consumers and unequal in their burdens If these views are sound is he not I igbt in denouncing a protective tariff as inmoraH Mr Blaiao oreseuts no argument against tbeao views upon the moral hearing of the question because perhaps he does not consider it necessary Imy -pros-jn-ro- character jrts lalr i ad Â¬ Â¬ nett House Biggest Bargains T obstructions to international trade were removed and to this extent ngns with Mr Gladstone I see no grounds fvr even hat aaasi tliat this will 1k done on this side of the CORMLEV iUDiB IND HARNESS WGCSORMLI in tlieir elegant noun i They have ever received from any Great proeTt ss has been made within the k is one of the prow tit century in the assimilation of nations source or our but they are still wide apart in their forms and largest in of government the millcnnuni let CENTRAL KENTUCKY This is no catch jienny to net rid ot goods but we are in earnest lit everything we say We have all the latest Dim- - styles in reels upied Ladies Shoes W B drug have all the latest styles in Sales M Harness - MENS SHOES AND BOOTS We have all the lest makes and latest styles in MADE TO ORDER ot the beat rial and ly the best work- Misses and Childrens Shoes We have a full 6tock of linir Blanket Ilor Spon Stirrups Chains Blind Bridle We have the largest line of old ami Silver Back- his Harness Soaps ttrry ii i tiding and Driving Bits En y Bridles I race Chains v We have the best selection of and everything BgS Infants Shoes the Oity S I BOYS SHOES The market affords such is and Harness ialty of j omplet Shop A Light Road Track Harness HATS Sm F Oormley wis the harness with aPkV We have an abundant supwhich Susie S won her greal Bui ply of Imbrelhis Neckwear Shirts al o that with which Suspenders Cents Hosierv Ae Bell Vara raised herself from All to be COST AT COST At Cost AT COST ALL WORN WARRANTED tiive us a call and see for your41 4H self Respectfully - Kv abh Stktsox Fklt Hats Â¬ DR RICE iow at WALLACE ika RICE I uLciiisvilteKy A f New and Original Essigns --OF ARTISTI- C- nalaftw acai4 aaat ksjBe- ssbbBbbsbbbI bbh an lai ar I PRTVATF IONIC and SEXUAL 11S- CXsrs uiatorrkca and Is potency - raW t bvwhl DWrll v - rr v MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble SYFHLL h It iww i rnt I M pmskm J M vm JfaJrA nuo which would be well suited to one nation might lie quite unsuited to another Free trade has proved to be wise and whole eoe for Great Britain She is rich and able to support un exjwnsive government by taZM Ujn lnd and incomes but sIk- aaa Ikvii unable to mdictrinate her Canadian and Aus tralian colonies with her free trade jiolicy no- - has it been long since she pu lied protection t pn bibition A great many ise things ran found in the tariff lmsofthe Uulteu States but rKjthing so un tlie corn laws f ireot Britain We sustain on the ground that Bar enproaWaioa ssa do not jut aaanaa heavy dutK s if any uNn articles that we cannot arudaea and which are m common usa Taxes b and ceff enough but we never had anything upon our tax rolls so bad as the Brit i ii tax upon which everybody needed and which could not be produced in sufficient quantity at bomt Mo nations so closely resemble each other in the character of their people and the es Â¬ sential nature of their governments as the United Suites and Great Britain and yet they differ decidedly in their revenue systems and liiey thus differ because they differ not only in age but in extent of territory aud governmental control Great Britain has pasiod the period of rapid growth her pe ple although not homogeneous are so fixed in haUts as to be rarely affected by such movements as liave frequently disturbed the equilibrium of other nations Parliament is her only law making power Her colonies are to some extent self governing but England Scotland ami Ireland are uuited under one head and subject to one jurisdiction Neither has control of its local interests such control as Ireland Is now struggling to obtain Taxes are high in Great Britain but her debt is large aud her expenditure imperial and niuuieipaJ are heavy but in no other country are they so little burdensome so little felt by the jiooplc generally Having substantially adopted the policy of free trade she looks chiefly to lands and incomes for her revenue and as the lends are held by comparatively few and the taxes Spoil them Constitute a part of their rentals they like the iiicome taxes fall upon those who arc able to pay them With wisdom worthy of imitation she imposes no taxes upon productive industry That las full piay and if not aided by the government nothing is done to impair or check its freest For Groat Britain her reveuue exercise system seems to me an exhibition of states manship of the highest order The members of parliament receive no pay for their serv- Â¬ ices but her cabinet ministers the advisers or her majesty who are ex omcio members receive large salaries as do ber judges and other officers Hers is not a niggardly gov ernment but it is not wasteful The rich taxpayers have much to say about the public expenditures and they are careful to see to it that tliey are neither misdirected nor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - nature of their production their land tenures and conssmeutly in their modes of taxation So different are they in tbes- raajMKfc that a Ijateaa of rcve Â¬ aaa iii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ extravagant OCB STATX PRIVATI COUNSELOR EbkB Bf QZ2E1 f irst CJass Uortaiiip PSXSS AXD LOWSST COIOTTENT i We have Hie largest trade in Ceirtral J ufantei 8ali fction Jiaa r trice tofan-M- Sou before ordering any andle of wo T re This revenue system admirable as it is for Great Britain is not suited to the United States Our government while a govern Â¬ ment of the people and for tlie people and sovereign in the exercise ot its constitu- Â¬ tional powers is also a government of states Each ate is entitled to two senators in the Federal congress and at least to one representative and to as many more as it is entitled to by its population so that the little state of Delaware and each of the states re Â¬ cently admitted into the Union with its single member In the bouse has the same numerical strength in the senate that the great state of New York has with its thirty four members Each state has also a govern- Â¬ ment of Its owa a governor a legislature a supreme and other courts and all officers which are needed to perform official duties in Except so far as the indopendent states powers of their legislatures are limited by the Federal constitution they are sovereigns Each has the power to determine what shall be the qualification of voters and the manner in which elections shall be held each kas the power to contract debts for internal im provements and for other purposes Each has of course power to tax for the support of its state spvernment By each ao- is given to its cities and counties to ad collect taxes for the payment of their current expenses and so freely is this Authority exercised that in some states the and city taxes ainouut to noar- all real and personal prop- Â¬ CTTT AJfD COrXTY TaSJM Wheat went up from f 1 to 93 a bushel and cotton from 7 to 15 cents a pound A specu lative fever everywhere prevailed similar in character and as much mora disastrous in consequences as it was wider in extent to the South Sea bubble in England Conservative men strangely enough as well as adventur Â¬ ers were its abettors and its victims Banking institutions and especially the government depositories were in a great measure responsible for it and not a few were ruined I call to mind one case which interested mo liear the Federal government must be main- Â¬ ly supported by duties upon imports Taxes greatly In the spring of 1S3G I went to a upon incomes have been resorted to and might city in a state adjoining Indiana to make with its leading bank exchanges of New York bo again in periods of emergency but so difficult was it and would be again to make and New England bank notes for its notes which were receivable at the governnKnt such taxes equal where incomes are so uncerwrson tain and are so easily concealed that it may land offices As I knew tbe president ally I called upon him at the t be regarded as a Gxed fart that neither inbut I come taxes nor tuxes upon the states will bo banking hours 1 was kindly revived noticed thrt he was in bad humor which he agaiu resorted U by the Federal government cause of which he It therefore follows that upon import duties did not try to conceal th he for the first I tost toe chi f rcllauceof the government for explained time siuce I became president of the bank revenue n lised beeu squarelr overruled in a matter of great way kxe tradk is ihpossible l n like he weut on to Considerable revenue will as heretofore be importune fiisiness omlok The people seem say tlie derived under an internal revenue system have gone mad and if I am not from taxes upon domestic manufactures es Â¬ to me u mistaken they will soon find out pecially whisky and tobacco but the main jjreriy prosperity of the country is unreal the reliance of the government must as has al We owe the government a large amount ways beaa the ease lie upon a tariff and V of money and as we have enough and somethe public expenditures are large and re thing more in the banks of New York to pay more likelv to be increased than diasicd it at the meeting of the board this afternoon Besides the tariff can never be a low on I introduced a resolution in favor of paying wilhnglv bear taxation upon what the j rebel against tbe debt and dissolving our connection with thev use while they wou In offering the resolution the government much higher taxes if dirtily asses led I explained as fully as I was able to do my Free trade aiav In a6ng the things hoped rowans for doing so I was list tied to attennever will be realized for bat it - one United States Every tively but vlirn the vote was taken there by the was but one rota hny own in its fa xr Not m tne United States knows intelligent there are men in high places Onij was the rrsordtion voted down but I and tli was instructed to use the money to our credit ai agrrsof influential public journals In York home enrrant eak of rio as being those who favor a reform of the To New directorsin the idea businres at np the my of giving fnv traders or tariff smashers tariff A therefore from nlsolutc necessity there use of a large amount of money on which we pay nothing when it might be loaned at high must be a tariff it is of the last importance that it should lie so framed a not to be un rates of interest seemed to bo absnrd I Time necessarily burdensome npon consumers nor hope they are right timo will show at war with useful branches of domestic in- and short lime at that did show In little dustry nor a bar to free exchanges with for- Â¬ more than one year this great bank which eign countries It has beeu clearly shown by up to the time of its connection with the gov ernment had beeu conservatively aud profit- Â¬ the advocates of tariff reform that the pres was ruinously hopelessly eut tariff is not of this character tliat it is ably managed unnecessarily burdensome to the great body broken and some of the directors who were its borrowers went down with it of the Nople that it is at war with many AKTEU THE TANIC OF 1S37 branches of domestic industry that it is a bar Of the reverses of 1307 I made the followto international trade It was created as a ing remarks in my report as secretary of tuo war measure in a great national emergency treasury in to strengthen the credit of the government The great expnion of 1S35 and 1836 ending and to secure large revenue These objects having been accomplished it should long since with the terrMe financial collapse of 1837 from t h effects of which the country did not rally for have bean subject to thorough revision to ac c Mini- lato it to the changed condition of the years was the consequence of excessive bank circulation and discounts and an abuse of the credit country system stimulated In the first place by governThe question therefore which for yean ment deposits with the state banks and swelled lias demanded and now imperatively de by currency and credits ustii under tho wild mands the attention of congress is not be spirit of speculation which pervaded the country tween a tariff and free trade but whether the aoor anl pronuction aecreased to such an extent tariff should le mainly for roesctJon or that the country which should have been the great food producing country of the world became an mainly for rev une in other words whether in tie- imposition of duties revenue should be iiDortcr of bresABtans The balance of trade had been for a long timo the object and protection the incident ar favorable to Earoneani against the whether protection should be the object and and also in favor of the commercial Itntc states cities of tho As my opinion upon seaboard and against the interior but a m rcvcnii tiie incident us BBS great point has Iknii fully and frequently system of eFSBBBI Beeveaaed the prompt settle expressed I am not disposed to repent it I ment of BSSBB0SH Tie Importers BBtaMkhad large would only remark in passing that as largi credits abroad by means of which they wen ens revenues must derived f rom duties upoi bKsl to give favorable BBrBM ti the jobbers The imports it will be very difficult so to Bsoosfj jobbers in turn were thus and by liberal aecom give their tli tariff that it v ill fail to be protective I midations from the banks able tom turn soldown lime to country merchants who to id therefore to examine what Ml their customers on indefinite credit It then says aUnt the effects of tariff legislaBlame seemed to Ik more reputable to borrow money He takes than to earn it and pleasanter and apparently tion upon the public welfare broadly the posttsan that not only has the more profiiahle tosjs cidate than to work And country leei prosperous under protective so the peopM ran headlong into debt labor do prNluction fell off and niin followed tariffs but that the reverses to which it ht9 This was of course a panic sharp and terbeen subject in its onward and upward career rific but it was of short duration It was have bean with a single exception the legitimate otaaeflQjnenexs of an abandonment of the soon followed by a lethargy under which all the springs of enterprise and hopefulness protective ioliey To prove the correctness of this statement he refer- - to the eriod n were dried up To prevent the sacrifice ot property- - under judicial decrees stay laws which these reverses occurred and appraisement laws were enacted by many THE HEVKIIKKS OP MR Of these reverses I have only to say that if of the States which only aggravated the trouble For long weary years the lethargy 1 have read correctly the financial history of that period these reverses nro not the result continued There was no demand for anyof the changes of the tariff but of the tide f thing except the BerjesBBries of life and all speculation which swept over tlie country these except clotlung wen- sold for scarcely enough and in some cases not enough to pay near the close of the war and at its terminathe expenses of taking them to market I tion diminsliing industry and plunging people iuto debt These reverses like those of witnessed a sale in 1SJ to the haspse of a later days were inevitable and they would hotel in Indianapolis of oats at 10 cents a have been of aonal severity if the war tariff bushel and fine chickens at 10 cents a dozen The seeds of financ al The same year I saw thousands of barrels of nod been contmued trouble had lieeu sowed broadcast before the flour under tbe sheds of Suydam Sage Co m New York which they were offering tariff was touclied and they bore legitimate 10 a barrel Fat cattle were selling at fruits they were in fact but a repetition of at 10 and so low a price 12 a bead that my what occurred at the close of the revolutionbrother thought that he would pack a few ary war when there was no tariff barrels of beef at Fort Wayne for tbe New THE UEVERSKS OF 107 Of these reverses and all sulwequent ones I York market He did so and was drawn can saU advisedly because I held positions upon by his eonSBrnse for a part of the expanses of transportation not covered by the of financial re pnsibiiity and hail personal interests at stake I was in 1837 and lad sales From ls7 to 1M1 there was nothing been for a considerable tune the mauagor of to break the stagnation but the jiolitical the branch at Fort Wayne and a member of campaign of lvj0 in which everybody be Onfaa enlisted for want of something else to the board of control of Um State Bank of InMr Blaines statement that diana the do la the fall of lsVll a reaction began to This beeaoee decided in IM before years C were distinguished for all appear the tariff of that year went into operation manner of business hazard but faintly deand in 1845 the country chastened by adverscribes them They were years especially 1B30 of the wildjst speculation In the east sity was in the full tide of healthy and wealth producing industry and enterprise it was varied in character but its danger us Tli oontinnoa until credits became again elements were excessive credits and there nnerieatjr expanded and sjieculation became were few things that could be bought or sold rife tliat were not aff ted by it THE rlMC OK iv7 In the west it was confined to wild lands In 1817 I was the president of the Iiank in and lands unimproved and town lots mnny the state of Indiana and this - a part of of which never had any existences except what I said abont the financial troubles of upon the record d plats It was speculat ion that year in tlie report from which I have similar to that in the tinber lands of Maine quoted a few years before LasMBI bought of the 1HT7 was The financial crisis government at 1J5 per acre were soon sold similarcause to that of of natueiy the result of a 1KJ7 tieunheiiy on crodit at 4 Jo and in some cases 10 eztannsnof the xa ious botbbs of crank But as Hundreds of tracts nam laid off in town hi this ease the evl hail not been long at work lots where the original forests were still and productive industry had not Invh seriously OBBnOhhed the reaction though sharp and de standing What took place under my own ob structive was not genera nor wc re the embar SBrvntBOn seems now to In too alisurd B9 I rassments r suiting from it protracted Sow hi U en resJL On the Maumee river from its both instance Hie expansi m oecurn while the mouth on Lake Brie there was for mi s a business of tlie country was upon a specie basis succession of towns Some of them liko but it was only nominally so A false system ef Maumee City Pcrrysburg Manhattan and credits had intervened under which payments Toledo were realities but most of them ex Â¬ were def Tred and specie as a measure of value isted upon paper only In the spring of 1836 and a re gulator of trade was practically ignored a young man whom I met at Maumee City Kver thing moves nnsnthjbj and apparently prts said to rao that he had made a great desil of perously as long as credits could be established as money lu a few months To my inquiry how and continued but was soou as payments were demanded and Bfeeis comin requisition he had made it he replied By buying and menced and collaps ensiKsL In the-distrust it selhug lots Maumee City said he lies the eijunsions preceded ami eontracKm followed a you know at the foot of the rapids and Is the suspension but it w ill be recollected that hile destined to he one of the great cities of the the w BOSS were rising sj ecie eoBSOi to In a regu west property is rising rapidly in value and later by reason of a credit system which prevented the use of it I ani buying and selling every day Now with all due respect to Mr Blaine I How did you raise the money to com express the opinion thut the apparent pros mence withf pcrity which preceded the revulsion of Mai Oh very little money is required in this and the real prosperity which preceded the business I pay when I buy and I require crisis of 1H17 were not eanssd by the tariff when I sell a lot a fen dollars to bind the bargain but nearly everything is done upon and that the reverses which followed were not attributable to its reduction If the tariff ens lit was in any measure instrumental in producOn my way rom New York to Port Wayne in the same year I stopped over night ttt a ing the changes it was in stimulating the ex hotel in After dinner I noticed that pansion which terminated in disaster In 1S17 there was a gathering of gentlemen in the I was a tNliever in the tariff anil it never enparlor and m the course of the evening I was tered my head to attribute the financial trouble of that year to the changes to which waited upon by one whom I knew and nvit ed to join it Our nile said he is to admit it had IxH n subjected THE IfStajBCtSX TROUBLES OF 1S73 no one to these meetings who is not worth The most pressing duty which I had to per100000 As you are a banker you must be worth at least that This was far from being form when I liecame secretary of the treasury the fact but I accepted the invitation The in 1MB was to provide the means to pay Hie company consisted of gentlemen some of Kikliers and to meet other pressing demands uNii the treasury This was done in tbe only whom I knew personally and others by reputation They were politicians scholars writ- Â¬ way it could be done by tho sale of tempoers and one or two of them were authors of rary obligations which bad proved to be atAfter this had been consideral renown but not tu was there tractive to investors accomplished the work of funding these obliwhom I recognized as being engaged in regugations was commenced and carried successlar business pursuits It was a sort of private exchange at which the members made fully on until the whole amount some t hi r themselves rich by buying and selling to each tecn hundred millions of dollars were conother lands and town lots There was at verted into bonds While this work wag times a good deal ot excitement much like going on I was under constant apprehension that which is witnessed in the New Yort of a financial crisis before it could be comMy apprehension was unfounded Stock Exchange When the meeting ciosed pleted every one felt that he was richer than when but only us to time The crisis was postponed it opened In a few brief months the e was and for so long a period that the opinion not one of these hundred thousand dollcr men generally prevailed that the vitality and productive power of the country were so great who was worth a hundred thousand cents that the most expensive war that had ever BESLLTS Or THE SPECULATIVE MAttla The some speculative mania preva led to been waged could bo concluded anil great exsome extent all over the country It origi- Â¬ pansion of credit could be checked and nated in unwise extension of the credit sys- Â¬ abridged without financial disturlances j tem which was mainly the result of the reÂ¬ have to confess that this was my own opinmoval of the government deposits fnjm the ion but tbe same causes which produced the crisis of 1B57 were at work and as bad al United States bank and the placing of them way s lx en the case the revulsion came when in state tanks When the deposits were removed there was least expected When I left London in September 1ST tc among conservative men great appreliension that the effect would be severe financial come to tbe United States the financial skies were not threatening The trouble To prevent this it seemed to bo the if not cloudlesswere received by the Iondon understanding tween the secretary of the letters which treasury acting under the direction of the firm from its New York partners were encouraging and I had no reason to expect president and the banks pet banks ns they anything but a pleasant visit to my old home were called that as they had been favored by the government in the use of the public and a return to London under auspicious cir moneys they should deal liberally wit h tlieir cumstances But em tbe arrival of the steam ship in the outer harbor I was met by the This they did aud as their capicustomers stunning intelligence that my American parttals were sufficient to supply the demands of ners and the correspondents of the Fort healthy business the loans of the jovern in inter nient deposits were made to men wlx were Wayne banking house all which I wasexe ested had failed that tho banks ept Then engaged in speculative enterprises too many of the states were engaged in the Chemical bank which hod wea there all works of internal Improvement and were storms had suspended and that one of the wUdest panics which hod ever occurred was spending large amounts of money which they had obtained by sales of their bonds in raging throughout the country Tho crush was a ten ible oua Although it e aiue uiiex Europe In addition to the large volumes of cur pectodly it was only the consummation of rency thus put into circulation a bank under influences which had beeu long at w ork be the name of the Pennsylvania Baik of the neath the financial horizon In extent in fierceness and disaster it resembled the revul United States was thai tared by Penmiylvania sion of 1S17 It wosnot as Mr Blsiue states as the successor to the Uuited Statta bank with the same capital and mostly tie same brought about by tbe losses susts civil war which had been terminated eight managers which not only loaned it mone years before nor by the destructive fires in in a manner which savored of recklessness but bought large quantities of cottju on its Chicago and Boston Great losses may bring Never were credits to easily about what arc called hard times not panics own account obtained nor so an wisely used never to the It was produced by an expansion of currency superficial observer had the country beeu so and of credits which fostered speculation which rarely fail to terminate in fit prosperous end countyahd city taxes the indirect taxes to which consumers are subject by protective duties upon imports were added it might be said that there is no civdised nation in the world in which the aggregate of taxation is so high as in the United States It might be said also that there is no other country so able to bear it Now as states counties and cities are supported by direct taxation upon lands and personal property and these taxes are as heavy as a large part of the taxpayers are able to Â¬ Â¬ the whole country under fts beneficent influ- f Jt since eengresTTwrce rernsedTo grre even tiSi000 per annum to secure an admirable line of steamers from New York to the four largest ports of Brass sad the sum of 12500 is but the inter est upou tha interest at S per cent of the gross amount frees given to the constni tion of rail roads within tho Union Is it any wonder that we have lost all prestige on the sea Â¬ Fine NEW s Carriages KENTUCKY CENTRAL fY BLUE GRASS ROUTE BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west Â¬ THE SHIPPTSO rvTEKKST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ havesd exception- - it Â¬ If protection hi the beneficent policy that it is represented to be by Mr Blaine how happens it that even manufacturers are not happy How happen it that combinations are formed by them to curtail prexluctiott and maintain high pi ices Are theennsumers of manufactured goods benefited by tion that prevents foreign competition and enables tbe favored fe v to regelate prices for their own advantage Is a country really ben cities which are the conprosperous sumers of wealth are rrpidly growing and farming lands are decreasing ia value when rents in cities ire enormously high and excellent farms are not attractive to tenants at rentals not equal to ti per cent interest on half their appraised value I Hatted tha lcecier of a little shop about fifteen feet wide and thirty feet deep on Pennsylvania avenue in Washington what Throe hundred dollars rent he was paying XJO year Now a month he replied I venture to say th there is not a farm in Maryland or Virginia no matter what may be its size and the cost of its improvements that rents for half that sum Nothing is clearer than that the wealth producing power of the country is not in a healthy and prosperous condition In all this I unfortunately differ not only with Mr Maine but with Mr Depew who is reported as saying in a recent interview that the condition of the country is superb that so enormous were tho last years arena that the great east and west railroad lines bale more wheat and corn and beef to be taken to tho seaboard than they can carry This may be true Well niauaged roads are doing well so well that one of tho greatest lines can spare its president from his post of official duty to enlighten the people by his eloquent spcH hes iiimii the beauties of protection and other siibjs-tind at tho same time declare liberal dividends But how is it with the farmers by whose productive labor the railroads are supported Are they satisfied with the present and hopeful for the future If Mr Depew will extend his tours to Minnesota and Iowa and Kansas and Nebraska he will discover that although they uro the most fertile states in tho Union the condition of Ho their people is far from being superb will discover also in traveling over the country if he ks H his eyes open that it is the middlemen the men who handle th agricultural product ions and the railroads that an making money while tho prrxlucers are unable to make both ends meet no matter how industrious and economical they may be Tho keeper of a stall in Washington market makes more ineiney in buying cutting up and selling an ox than the farmer rsseives for raising it This may bo superb for tho stall keeper but not exactly superb f r tbe farmer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sle people6 p1 lit rt 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 1 A MISTAKEN AROUMEXT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1S3-5-- Â¬ Â¬ M 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ eti WM ADA tin Iruporter- - csrape tax uuuervaluei peslesl hi- taxes ir heavy in all the jSsaesuisoRMbaj-dBame If iducuoos were cvcaninoehng exorbitant prices ntHIl I J tixOf THE OOCXTBY18ns been in force since Ml A good part of Mr Blaines nrticlo is taken up in comjarhig tho growth of the United States under a protective tariff with that of Brent Britain under free trade II says that in twenty year- - Great Britain added to her wealth 5000000000 while the United 000000000 States added to here nearly that the population of ireat Uritimi iu r as ed within the same period a eriod of her prosperity 0000000 while tho population of tho United States increased IV 0001X10 Such statements show that the ess Of the United States iu wealth and pnpalatBOn under a protective tariff far ex- Â¬ ceeded that of Ore at Britain under free trade Does this prove that free trade is not favorable to Jreat Britain and that protec ti n is the cause of prosperity to the Unit d Great Britain is au old and small country srhost surplus population has N steadily Bowing to her eoloniesand to the United States and whoso immense wealth is the result of gainful indust rj Tha United States is a country of immense extent whose wealth has not only Ins ii cr absl by her manufactures but also and to a much greater extent by tho millions of millions of acres of will lands which have lieen eonvei ted into productive farms and flourishing towns The United States has not ouly grown in population by natural increase but also by the Our Platform throwing open of her ports and inviting the The Gi7Uo is published ostensibly for tho Of al countries to become citizens of public good but iu reality peoph for the good of the great republic The real cause for won the publisher and is conducted strictly on der is not that the United Btanm has heeonM the European plan If you dont seo what so rich and populous but that Ghent Britain you want ask ft r it If you dont ge t what has gained so much in tbe same direction you ask for go without it It recognizes no The argument iu favor of protective duties fixed orbit but wanders along tho milky way based upon such a comparison is totally un- and among the fixeel stars We claim the founded and I am surprised that so able a prond distinction of being tho oulv pious man as Mr Blaine should have presented it journal in forth America published for nor would he if ho had not become so weeldeel rev iiuo only have no constitution pre- Â¬ to the policy of protection that he BBSS M amble or by laws simply this trade mark evidences of national preepetlty that are not and nothing more Tho underdog May he based upon it and foresees no ill that will ever bo right But right or wrong we shall not be tire result of its abandonment That always be with tho under dog iu tho fightl the United States has lvn largely enriched Norwich Connj Peoples Gazette by her manufacturers is admitted but lias A party of Mexican Indians cave dwellers not her enrichment be d iargi ly at the ex jvnso f the great body of thepeopeel Sir of the rSerrns ant in fjhiengo They were has rapidly increased in population but this bro ight from their mountain homes by S hwnthn tne explorer for the increase has been largely the result of the de mands of her manufacturers for cheap labor nnrponi of exhibition They were eleven How exixiisive this chep laior may prove Indians in the party The men wear no to bo in tho character of tho laborers hi u clothing with the exception of a breech cloth uud snnd ils and a blanket wrapped nnanttan which is yet to be solved The pre monitions that come from our largo cities about their shoulders on this bead are very far from being comTwo lots of qmil from Tennessee and Ata forting bam i loosed in the towns of Fal-Â¬ If Mr Blaine had seen the west as I saw it mouth havo ben h Siulwi Taunton and Hingham in ISii when more than three quarters of bv tne bi siehiisetts Fish and Game assosuch states as Michigan Indiana Illinois and They constitute the first installMissouri were untouched by the plow and ciation all iieyond was a magnificent but well nigh ment of birds under th organized plan of asso iitiou snr tho purpose of restock- Â¬ trackless wilderness and should see it as it the ing tho stat with suitable species of game now is he would not attribute the growth if the United States to protection nor would Weather Itiilletin be undertake to sustain his favorite theory Slightly wanner southerly winds threat- Â¬ by comparing that growth to tho slower ening weathor an rain growth of tho United Kingdom No one can tell what would have been the R CES CURREN T P condition of the country if the tariff hid been radically changed at the close of tuc ttevtew nf tlio St U Munry and Cattle civil war but this we do know that it Markets for Feb S present condition is not healthy Money lossjed at 5 ceut through- Â¬ It is tlit greatest producing country iu the world out the morning Currency sixes lit bid fours-and-halfs 4 bid and therefore needs the widest markets for fours coupon do 104 bid its productions With all needed market Mich Cent Atchison 93 open to it it has no well defined and mu101 N Y Central tually profitable trnilo even with South C 11 C Q I IDUs o NortiwWrnl0S America Its manufactures as well as its C C Hudson 150f Ohio tc Mies Del SI agricultural productions exceed not only the 1 L bW iiV Pacific Mail home demand but what is left to it of the for 8U 25 Hock Island 104 eign demand and as its productions are inLako Shore St Paul 67 N Myj Western Unioi creasing more rapidly thau the demand tor K them it is impossible for me to see where Cincinnati relief is to come from except from increase Wheat TojOc of our foreigu trade whicli can only be Cobs brought about by a ref rm of the tariff Vioi Unwashed fin merino 18 13c blood combing dju limn deiainAs I have said we do not know what irc braid lH0c medium would have happened if tho policy of the and el ice washed tine merino government in regard to import duties had combing X and XX iSsui medium clothing 0vJ been changed twenty years ago but it is V clear to my mind that if the nation of the bnothy sells at 11 50g 12 0 Hat greatest producing power does not hold the prairie brings 00tS 50 straw 00 keys of tho worlds commerce if she does not CArrre Good to choice butchers C650 make the nations bor commercial tributaries common ItSOejOU tlie fault must be her own Precious timo 410 feir- - tees - and loO has been lost and immenso sacrifices have Hks Se etc butchers and heavy shipbeen made to build up and sustain one great pingfair to good packing f4no branch of national industry but such are the vi M common llri rough packing VS50 o resources of the couu -- y and tho energy o fiar t good light 3U5f 110 pigs 100 the people that with l ser legislation which Shkep i3 OOfjjo cannot be long delayed all damages can be Lambs slOiiri repaired aud general prosperity secured Pitts are Thi legislation will be found in removing Prime tiWi 175 good f3J03 Cattle Sf from tbe tariff everything that stands in the M o5 bulls stags and fat 44lfair way of international trade and the adoption cows of the needful means for the restoration of HOGS Philadelphia York our merchant mari ne 135 pigs oJ0400 roughs With what Mr Blaine says about the shipShkzf Prune 57Vft590 fair to goo ping interest of tho United States I am in 140 common VHuHo0 hearty accord Mr Blaine says The failure of the United States to encourage Chicago and establish commercial lines of American ships Hoos Light 01405 mixed 93800 XX is in strange contrast with the sealous efforts C00 heiv CAT t 00 steers made to extend hues of railway inside tho country even to the point of anticipating the real mixed blockers and needs cf many sections If all the advances to less rs j 5 v2 railway companies together with the outright Siikeigift by towns cities comities states and nation be atldexl together the money value would not B 15 I Botanic Uiood lilm fall short of a thousand mdlons of dollars No ff you try thisremedy von will sitv as nunv effort seems too great for our people when the in have said thai it Is the pkst blool terior of the country is to be connected with the seaboard but when the suggestion is made to purri r end tonic Write Wood llalm Atlanta tin for book of eonvlnciiig lestl- connect our seaboard with commercial cities of monv ottier countries by hoes of steamships the public P D vis Atlanta h West Kud writes mind is at onco disturbed by tho cry of sub I consider thai H li lias cored ineof rheumatism and s- nemanentlv We really feel as much afraid of protecIt II kuuller Athens tion at sea an Mr Gladstone Is of protection on h j an ulcer that bad restated all land Tha positions uf the American congress cured other treatment and the Knglish parliament on this subject are B Tinnier Iolnmbiam precisely reversed England has never been af- rites My mother unit sister lin l t sore d by the word subsidy and while we have rofut i it stood still in luuioUmt fear she has taken posses sion of the seas by tho judicious opd even lavish It It K Mil motlsin iu interposition of pecuniary aid I have already my si uii said that the interest on the amount which Kng id t Nland has paid for this object since she began it I suffl rcd with groat energy fifty years ago would give all 11111 vlnd to huv the stimulus needed for the rapid expansion of ire no I amerce D that If thegov- - is a q v to come give merely the Interest upon the inter- cured est at tho rate of 5 per ce which has been a Â¬ Â¬ -t Â¬ Sl-t-Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 of comprehensive statesmanship in congress Fifty years ago the United States was second onlyto Great Britain as a maritime nation now nee hi outstripped by nations that were then quite unknown as maritime powers The deadliest blow to tlie shipping of the United States was iu the substitution of iron for wi h1 in the construction of ships What was left of her foreign shipping was destroyed in the last civil war Now as no nation can be really- - great that is dependent upon other na tions for the ships te carry on its foreign trade one would suppose that the restoration of our foreign shipping which had been thus destroyed would long since have received the earnest attention of congress But session tsar season Ikis pesnsd nwny and nothing n accomplished in this direction wuiie the dilUcultics to be ovcrconio have been steadily increasing It is truo that subsidies Basra a few years ago granted to American huh failed to accomplish the expected results bet this should only mako it certain that what may be done hereafter shall be Tho United dona with more circumspection Can certainly do what othe r naftons have successfully accomplished in a matter of great net iotial importance The indifference with which western con- Â¬ gressmen and western journals regard our foreign shipping interest may not be nnrnrie they ore mainiy interested in the do- f their own but it is sur that so little interest iu it is felt by r n ntitives from tho seaboard states and by the journals which are published in our commercial cities Tho New York Evening Post is a journal of largo circulation aud ln Ko man knows better than its lead ing editor that tho carrying trade between tins country and Europe is in the hands of foreigners who are enriched by it No one knows letter thau he ought to know that capitalists in the United States wdl not put their money into ships to compete with long ibed and subsidised steamship lines by which that trade is controlled without government aid No mau knows better than he ought to know that the restoration of our foreign slurping is a matter of great national con- Â¬ cern and yet in reply to an inquiry that I Blade of fatal he replied that the restoration of our merchant marine is a mat of Im Â¬ portance to the country but only on condi tion that it pays its own way that the public might as well bo taxed to revive tho agricultural interests of Vermont as to restore our merchant marine Here is an editor of a great newspaper in a great commercial city of tho Union who thinks that tho government might as well be taxed to improve tbe agricultural interests of Vermont as to be taxed to revive our foreign merchant marine tho revival of which would add largely to the national wealth and 13 essential to the well being of the country who thinks that tors tion Of our merchant marine is of importance to the country but only on tbe condition that it pays its own way its importance to the country being dependent upon its profitableness to those who are directly interested iu it Not so have thought tho great English statesmen by who influence enorsnone sub Â¬ sidies were granted and are still continued ruship lines between England and the United States Not so havo thought the statesmen of other countries through whose influence steamship linos have been estab liahed Tho editor of The Post seems to think that because the Norwegians who mat their own ships and consequently run them at little exNnse can find profitable employment as ocean tramps capitalists iu the United States will run a tilt with the European steamship lines that now monopolize the carrying trade between the two heinLspheres Iu tho face of existing facts it is strange in Â¬ deed that such au opinion should be enter- Â¬ tained by an intelligent journalist There are very few enlightened men in tbe Unites States who have carefully considered the subject who do not consider the restora-Â¬ tion of our foreign shipping a matter of great public hnportanos and who do not believe so powerful are toe combinations against it that it wiil not be restored without government aid in some form And there are I hope fewer still who regard its restoration M important onlyto those who may be di- Â¬ rectly IlltlT Mil u it No one I am sure with American blood in his veins can stand by the docks of Liver- Â¬ pool crowded with the ships of other na ud without humiliation look iu vain for the Stripes and But HUGH MCULLOCH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlis failure has been the result of a want FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Cincinnati h Kx isuu My vehicle are nil new ami of the Srbenale in Eflrrt Nov ITtb They are feir sale very luteet patterns If you on the most reasonable term I wtit a vehicle come and nee me anil BOUTH BOUND KlNnSun Dull you wont g home without hip 5 JOHN DONEIX1N RICHMOHTJD Lee tliH iiioHti lve oviniiton lib Lve r nil 8 10 a n COAL CO I hiive purchased the property of the stiil Company noil will keep nil littnil all of the best varielie of Arr Air Lexington Lve fynlhlana funs 11 Arr Winchester Arr BJehmnnd Arr LnwessSef 20 Am m Arr lit Arr siinfrd Richmond Berne Arr Livingston No m Tbe ynrd beevy of neeren til tlieir mi desiring to not have t tioss the railroad I COAL oonl I SOUTH HOlTN Lve Livingston li Kxsun I a a No Rs Sun I tiMintl l 1145 ssi am a FVtenra ili Lre I Arr rtiebiioei l e Kii limoinl spiel fully riq 1 a libeml pnl roniLe uf the e tti 111 of both county tinl city r 8 BKOXSTON Arr Arr Wlncl Puris I I 4l1 pm Lve Lve vnthlalii Lve KhIiiioiiIIi Arr Covington Mlu o - v 4 J W MACKEY Gr TL Handsome Barber -- Shop and First - Class Barbers Perfect cHtisfaciimi niven to every one Special attention iven lo Irtilie mid children Also to my country friend- I Air Cincinnati ai 11 i n o p e MAYSVILLE BRANCH NOKTH Y INT ID 0 1ST WITH A -- AT TH- E- rOlNl No it Isrelnnail Lve IovliiKtoii Lealnglen- Parts Arr Hllleraburg Carlisle JohnsM BtajTsvllle N SOUTH BOUND Lve Hotel ami Youis very rexpectfully me 20- JOEL W MACKEY bare moved my nbofl over to the I hope all will come to nee Johnson svile Arr Iuris l xiniiton IovlHiMol Carlisle Millerounra Cincinnati OK I I IE BOX JEFFERSON DAVIS rY Cincinnati No iinainti li sua 111 PH is i 111 Mmiliv 1 lue No a Leaves inuall VI p as t ulnioutii 7iii p no if h BOW a 111 No 7 fjeavps 7 b Kxet No An Arrtvca v lim H MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS TO he SOLD by SUBSCRIPTION Only The prospectus and completeoutfit for will lie ready immediately Agents Wishinc Bceirable Territory on this treat work will plenwe addrnw hh soon a piKwible the putiliMliers nnsBwnanisM n I rajas d and Clneiniiati between Cincinnati snil l xiiitou Nos J and I n ike eon ler for nliiis on the N N a M V IMPORTANT Train of Ihia m rtv e hi Hiid depan from tie PaaveUKcr sti tion section for n II mil- Through 1 leliel sid n lo iey jHint rpnetist bj H rajlr Korfull nrtieulars HllresM or all on any auentof the I iiinpuuy or W S Ixiniiii TKA N N I lit- II E r Trav Havsr Ant Cincinnati U It L MUNMON K H BACON TruV Ueueral Otbee- P MIHK lenl HINTIN1IIN II Ix li F UAKR IAKK I liainiK r of i num o Agt Rirbn 15 22 3o- BELFORD COMPANY East 18h ttawsr Nkw YoML - C T WELLti Please Read C T WELLS CO TlieSinisir Manufacturing Company with Hand is bnJMIng a machine pecially Attachment and Portable adapted for invalid travelers Ac lo The Town OiIj Coal Tai 25 cash ooet Any one wishlnir a machine of this type will please leave order at the office 13 First street J F Stonk P 8 It is sohl only by order not Only a Mtiare from tlie our house kept iu stock J F H You dont have ti nssje aansj MM to HI the ilepot ii unit is ens 01 rV hWtmkVA iiipaiH One of the BKMTTfln rttftrsi i the wetrld -- FREE Coal Delivsrssito anjPir1- - b EYESSS6 Unmnhx neope m m nn imiy xm n nuikr tare nt to ui tt onc lb htnro All li iur bTJ to frtani i mm U Bi Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal Xn en at Mycp old htaaber yard next to Seeond Precby teriati cliureh Quickest delivery iu lown prleeBi Try an 1 n rE sbPV The fUlr nrmr - an in nrt t l irrnt cfnninr of itm itwwt Otr aiall - ni ft f it i rivv tier oppasirj riSfi rn nue iro Ot epriwJJre rwil th fifti ltt nnr conr nf it Hulk Il is - t S t eH H M 11 see t ernrni iw yHt ho Itrrr We will my it aaf frmiri- - sinilAHU I II IV e oi tOWtXAB COl K diw nhin EW pv ailipr eclwrr 0 Miit IT- - C T VELLS CO GOitvFREE s5BKrE rv OIR timekeeper WarraDtedhcavLLiu hold nranti- n- mews H th t nHulgtnt 1 tuet vnih w 11 and case at o PfR50ai fJMl li h lornltrr rao snow ana toeretber tth nur Urf valuable line of II kol el ThrBi Mfiitlrl an wwil ulCB All the work vow as tlie watch are do U Co show wbat we aentl roa to those who call rout Be frxBtls and neighbors and thoae about mu that ilwn reaeilta n valuable trade forue whtrhholda for year when oucetlarrad ami ihua we tra repaid VYe pv all fiprrM trvicht et After j u know ai f yom uM like lo rxt to work for ua vow raa etrn rrcm k aud upwards biMiisb JO to efftUO p r Mts- Solii SlttOOO witch in he world Wortli FREE lit J A G WILLIAMSON rerfiar 44 1TV KMINKi- - li tZBWJWWJ nnsHBB9nssrriii Ve li Civil Engineer and Surveyor VTnswaNoi frr eue Survey made for IJ iil wiy Turn likes KoitdwnvH Betlaaatea aivew Ac Farm drainage Town bot laid aST MlnaoD A BoxHl lttrtlaual Mniue GENERAL LAND SUKV Lines retraced Siiec ial attention given to loHMrnhieal niaiis and il farm 4 and other land- Correspond- Â¬ ence solicited witli parlies interested in Murvevs of lauds in mountain coun Â¬ ties of Kentucky auJTOmce City Hall Richmond Ky 9- - BVannW SaWrT TaaanB aaKH BBBBBBBBrnr Book learned Tmnf TrstimoohU from all parrs of tho iclobo PnauaarorT apfMMaum ruE eont on Kith Ara aV A UxBBiie a in rne Mmnwarderieirnr1 EMORY 23 39 pr UWAOQtJAIWTED m OTun WITH THE CECGRAPHT OF THE COUNTHT WILL OBTADT iiiUAiiiji JWiTUrLMATIOW FBOM A STTTDT OT THIS MAP Or MAM lJ W a - j I iTTZ2CLJxl THE CHICAGO MlMou7ifcRivr ljs gr--rg---V - -- - --1 lAlfif rVi nNsJ U r- -J J ROCK ISLINO PACifiS BLWwY P anA Wee K Tr0Sa0San1 fi30la Â¬ Kansas Ctty h ato cxMOtutee Southern polata convergias as THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM TH E MISSOURI RIVER J worwTeflnrtherealtl Faace Lead r81111 - Â¬ I ljtji0 in VJ Sleeping Cars to anci fmm wikih- - - Â¬ nSgfSlfSLSSIKS r vv1 u f NFCENT VEST3LE EXPRESS TRAINS rnraor Vn ajHii won Oarj between aact Pullman Kari4jLA rvi I - ana 8oiithn5t t rtU fit arrival or trams from huaut 5VOaoBee PrJlmaii Piuu FREU Rsclinlne- nhali- - i5 Mi Denver Colorado KSS terr it imnm tant in- von Cotels at v oa west ofKanaaa City and St JoSSSt ih delicious meals at 8 aable hours and at mofirsrr- w 4WO Knn2 lriUO Jhot - 5n Pa Ares wmnel H1141- mef laiiaiprfntrn reeorts hunUng and flshSS THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE 1 -- JJ I Cancade Gre n Mountain o5S Smlninf camps and cities aanitary Its Vestlbulr Express arnSSfeS 5ec attractions ofCoiorado that can add to safoty COnvSiTi5Pl Jth erymodera improwasrt They also make close comfort and luxurio is enjoyment f Depots with tho Denvo tHrnV1 CTtle n ColoradolTn Union Denver Texas and Fort ZfSltConmAo Midland Union Pacific wvergiuir Hnea BtS K0 Por Tictotn Mans Oeauad monthly of furihsr QoalrSormatioa5 Odxlas V TrU E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN rai VfO conntJ moSoU j 1 i v lio Qsnl Ticket and according to Blaine the c i years from the passage ot the act tlie Gulf will an two It is but a few iuroau y mnr oIul- - s Jil jS B Dnftw ax KflnnwB i iciwc w Hm ctf WflKr 1