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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- si m SP il rfjt rfjranrfi--f-r- -- JU I JmZi -i r-J-- VOLUME oil III - 1 i TKl Wj RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 5 1890 Ex CongreMntnn Taulhen Shot lT Re- Â¬ porter in Washington - Kent iieltiaut Washington March 1 A sensational i8 1 ii jM A -- aav aiT rTfrrjfcj VJfe I c gjijursi NUMBER 38 ir mutciwtv r nam r Viiprcccdentcd Attraction March and SeptemChas J- - ler R Rurnam LRT Lev imana Incorporated by the Iegilature for Ed Â¬ ucation auj Charitable Mirpoes and its li trill Ukatj B Mapaaod of Unrlnt franchise Bad a part of he present Slate tin- 1rcsfiit Wtk Klectlon Com st Contititioti in 179 by iii overw helming to He Coiiiilemt in the House Other popular oe It- Miinmotli Ix ravmet take place Washington lipHt-l-i- Semi Annuillv Jnueand December and WaOTTCOTOX Matxh 3 The setiato April July its Grand SniU- Number Drawing will likely resume consideration of place in each oi the other tea months of Blairs j edaaUioaaJ bill to day Mr the car arij arc all drawn m public at RT idtun st ICtuic New Orleans La Blair will poah it to a vote uhobm ever nonlli posiiii He has Mqruiesced in the vari 7AMED FCE TtfElTCT YEARS LMbsS MM poBaaMMMBAB it is understood be Â¬ in Julv For Integrity nf its Drawings and Prompt cause lie found it necessary to obtain re inforcements for the bill which would Payment ot Prises attested a follow- V FFI We do hereby certify that we super in all likelihood have been defeated if a vise the arrargeirens for all the Monthlv Vote bad leen taken upon it a week ao rpc and Semi Amtual Drawings of The Lou- Mr Blair bcliwai that the bill will pass - livan isiana State Lottery Company and in perData It remains the unfinished son riana je and the Drawings businesi tt lie taken up ever r da at i Maupm tnr inseves and that the same are con oclock uutii disisised of Mler ducted with honesty iuirness and in good Senator Bale has nrea notice that B I Cmoae faith toward all parties and we authorize when the Blair bill is disposed o he w if - m the Company to use this certificate with Rt k tbo wnaat to take up his fill for the Schools of the naval establishment and facsimiles of our signatures attached in Mr bherinan has its advert cments notice that he L 11 vill nrge the further consideration of his bill to prevent trusts There is gurt lillWks to be antagonism bKweeu various pends ing aMaawrea when th Blair bill is out v H Smith of ill way V CaperUn --J The dependant pension bill which was i nlcaf discussed Friday has lost its position and t R i Iotts can be taken up only by a vote of the Commissioners J A Vi Williamson Benaa iluriui tlie morning hour It may U- cwnaidcred Walker further during the we k I Baxter We the undersigned Banks and Bankers Mr Fry hat given notice that he will -- I irst Tucsuay nigh will par all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana call tip the Pacific railroad funding hill which may be presented at Tuesday and demands its c nsuleration State nh at th time It is not likely tha th our counters CITV IOlRT R M Waimsiky President I ouisiana lloor will in yield to him as the measure in which lie is so much interest d will National JIank M Urlev have to l length before President State Na- it caa lx debated at great Mr lniKRi Lanavx disjiobed of dialj 1 Fcciiev Frre will tional liar -- First Saturday probably have give of some A rAiiuiN President New Orleans other day wheat he will notice tha hill up t il hiii ii r cit call National ink and to ask that it Ie made a apecJal orKiiN President Union National der for that dav A ITORXEYH Bank Th proliabilities are favorable to a raiher uninteresting week in the house i A K T BURNAlf GRAND MOCTHLY DRAWING Mondav will be individual suspension day which is act apart for the recogniA 77 XE IS A TLA W of KMaaben who have bills they de Â¬ Kknticky At the Aratcmy of Mnaic New Orleans tion to have RliliMDM sire piss without lengthy con TUESDAY MARCH 11190 uderattoB An effort may be made by IP liumaius BnlldiiiK First the representatives however to bring up tha Feathrrstone Tate Arkansas con be SULLIVAN ttod election oaaa but should thisthe J iooipCwi Titkt-t-nt Twentv Dnllir oarh is me aaeana Halves 10 Qiarters 5 Tenths 2 effort itwill bvbenoaacoeasraicertain that and A TTORXET A T LA Hr Tuesday day will be di vote to consider Kmtltky Twentieths Richmond aud public building LIST OF PRIZES aioi and onpiasage ofthe committee on Thursday bills farsaertjr 00 1 is Prize of Sooooo 500000 appropriations will probably call up the U Couiiiy Juiifc Miller ls I Prize of looooo 100000 pension appropriation bill Friday will Prize of 50000 is 50000 r - private bill day an for Saturday uo t Pi ize il 25000 i 25000 program has been talked aliout 2 Piz s of A TTOhXEl A T LA H 10000 are IOCOO Saturdays House Proci ediiiRi are J 5000 5 Prim of RICHMOND KhNTlC KY Washington March are After the 23 PlIZ s lf 25000 Pi lie- - of 10 soo are 50000 jrrissrvg of a few private aeawon bills in oo Prizes of 60000 the house Saturday Mr Cutclufin of 500 are 90 Prizes of jooare 100000 Michigan catted up the senate biil pro- Â¬ viding for an assistant secretary of war hi i i Kunoi ArPROXlM ATIOV TRIZES and it was passed yias US nays 100 U A WILKES SMITH introduced ioPrizes at Ssoo are 50000 to Mr Gist of Illinois soldiers who a hill are pension disable 100 do 500 are 50000 SUfGMt IO0 do 200 are 20000 without proof of the origin of their disability RichKknti 1 ky TKI5MIN L IRIZES A bill extending twelve months the do io are 00900 time in which French sjwlition claims 100 are by Mr yjxyOo may lc filed was introduced 99Q do a- inilei deiilis Milliki n of Maine Mr Honk of Tennessee1 ailed up the J MORGAN D I 3t3Prizes am anting to ooiiTested election case of Feuherstone Notk Tickets drawing Capital Prizes o from the First district of ArÂ¬ KICBMH KBNTUCKT arc not entitled to terminal Prizes Mr Crisp raised the question kansas Tiie hnttse deciib d of consideration ver Madison Niitional yeas IS3 nays 12i to consider the ACENTS WANTED election For Club Rates or any further The opening apeeoh in favor of the I tTCUEEDD aticu desired write lefibly to the claims of the contestant was mule by undesigned clearly stating our n sidencc Mr Haugen of Wisconsin At the con Â¬ L E HEX LLC AT KILKS with State County Street and Number clusion of Mr Haugens speech Mr Moie rapid return mail delivery will be hit aite of Ohio took the floor but i iiiuell rKWdciK e Kveiytliinj assured by your enclosing an Envvlope in view of the small attendance of rntm-Ikt- J7- llil moved au adjournment which brinj a tur ful nv lion was agreed to i eas 114 nays 107 lHVP ASM Address ML A DAUPHIN Tin lulilic I lt Itediietion New Orleans La J J1LFOYNTZ ViBIUWna March 3 The monthly or M A Dai imiin Washington D C public debt atat runt just issued from By ordinary letter containing Monev PH ISfClA X A tfD S I HEOX he treaaawy deaartaaent shows a do Order issued hv ail Express Companies creaae ii the debt daring the past month RlCHMOKD KlNTlCKV New Yotk Exchange Jiialtor Postal Note amounting to 8139485 and for the seven months of the current Bacal Year 09oai Thetreasary to da- holds Address Registered letters containing 32756581 net rash or about 8100 w Current v to more than a month ago National bank MD Ni u ORLEANS NATIONALEANK depoaitoriea today hold SUlstii of SICIA X A XI SC RG E ox New Orleans La governiiient funds a decrease of nearly uoolM during the past month RniiMoNi Kfnticky the pai ment of REMEMHER that The gold fund balance has increased is Guaianteed by Four National Prizes ten millions and a half during the Ranks of New Orleans and the Tick U abiutjininth and now amounts to peat Ofllee Second Hlrrcf- are tignd by the President c an Institu- aud the silver fund balance tion whose chartered rights are recog exclusive of three mdlions trade dollar T TAYLOR nized in the highest Courts therefore be- bullion is Slrt4817JS or about one ware of all imitations or anonymous million more than on Feb 1 a month Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery schen ago Kkmicky Richmond ONE DOLLAR is the price of the Government receipts during Fehruary a Ticket Issued past were smallest part or fraction of 0s66 lH against 50 133 uver Dykes Grocery bv us in anv Drawing Anything m our 159 iluring February issj Pension pay- Â¬ H name offered for less than a Dollar is a ments for the iast eight months amountswindle ed t l77lls48S against ITS 786887 for JOHN 1L FOSTER the i ight monJis of the preceding fiscal January ber aiJ June aai liVER A Forecast of Coiwross Probable Program of Houses MR MILLION IHSfKlil Both BILL Stats LomtRT CoMlWY BLAIRS EDUCATIONAL - - N 1 Â¬ cnl Â¬ I -- nca ff Â¬ Â¬ 3- Capital Prize S0t0t 1 1 1 - Â¬ J shooting affair occurred at the Capitol Friday in which the principals were an ex congressman and a well known nevsa pajier man Both aro Kentuckians V P Taulbee who represented a Ken tucky district in the house during the Forty ninth and Fiftieth congresses was the victim and Charles E Kincaid the Washington correspondent of The Louis- Â¬ ville Timtw did the shooting The house was encaged in its delibera- Â¬ tions when Kincaids pistol shot rever herated through the corridors of the Capitol The hour was ab iut twenty minutes before - oclock A minute later the boose was almost empty an a great crowd of exciied employes and ethers was hurrying through the corridors toward the scene of the shooting Taulbee was shot while coining down one of the stairways that lea to the basement of the house wing of tho Capitol Hv was accouipinied by Sam Donaldson Taulbee fell back against the wall the blixl streaming lroni a wound directly below his left eye Taulbee did not ap pear to be badly injured He walked in an uncertain in inner down the steps aud then was assisted to th janitors A great pool of blood marked nthVe the spit in the threahboU of the door- Â¬ way to this room where Taulbee had halted for a moment J he room was too small to allow attention to lie administered to lim and he was taken to the room of the commit v on public buildings and grounds ju t around the corner of the c iridor where medical attendance was given by Representative Yo Ut of Ohio who is a physician and Dr Clarence Adams of this city Kincaid meanwhile had not endeav He leaned against ored to get away the wall of the ttairoaac utterly weaked and laer walked quietly away with the capitol inlhiiaiiaii who arrested him Tin the man that did it he said to the policeman in an aimless manner Ik was taken to the capitol guard room and later to a police station A United Press reporter spoke to Kincaid as be wis being ld from the court room to the cab that conveyed him to He St mod utterly helpless the station and in answer to an inquiry if he had Notnow Im anything to say replied too weak Ive just b vn through au at Here he halted and tack of typhoid He act- Â¬ cried atch me I faint ed like a man who hal loot control of his nerves Taulbee was taken to his boarding house on Capitol Hill about an hour Dr Adams said after the shooting that he could not tell how serious the wound was but he thought that Taulbee would recover The trouble grew out of the publication in The Louisville Times f a scandalous story about Tauloet- - which result- d it is said y the separation of Mr an Mrs Tauioee oe the publication of that story a year ago Kincaid and Taulbee had not met until a short time afternoon Friday when Taulbee accosted Kincaid near the east lobby door of the house called him a liar and pulhd his ear Kincaid who is just recovering from an attack of ty- Â¬ phoid fever told Taulbee that he was unable to cope with him physically and that he was unarmed Taultiee then went away loiter Kincaid armed him Â¬ self and hunted Taulbee up Later a reporter of The Cnited Press saw Kincaid in his cell and had a brief conversation with him Kincaid said that Taulbee had been hounding him for a long time and threatening his life He had been told by a great many news Â¬ paper corresondehts that Taulboe had said that he was not tit to live that he was a coward and that he would better keep an eye on him Taulh When he came up to me this morn- Â¬ ing said Kincaid he insulted me and said that I was a coward and that I I told him would not resent his insults to leave me alone or he would find out what would do letter he insulted me again and I shot him Â¬ -1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Mil BfN BU rLES j DROOPING EYE The Strike of the Greenock Scot- Â¬ appeared Bju Butlers drooping eyelid so familiar to the present generation and land Dock Laborers It lias Hi en Treated by a Surgeon and Ik Noiir a Tiling of the Past BoCTOK March 3 One of the notable institutions of the United States has dis- Â¬ Causes Mill Among Glasgow Mbrchants Uneasiness part of the past is no more A surgeon lias been at work on his famous left ocular and the nult is lie will be able to Â¬ fl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 111 I t WRECK OF THE STORM 1 jas J - Blown Down Near Hopkins viilr Ki- ami Several Person Killed HoPKlNsvuiK Ky March 1 Reports of a most distressing Dal ure in regard to the heavy tempests that hive been sweeping this- section of the state since Sunday night continue to be reo A violent wind and rain st rm passed over the Newslead noigiiUirhood Wednesday evening doing great dam It til hi in z - to 15k Due to tha Schemln of En OeawMM Socialists gllth Agitator Gaining irutintl rrogrnui of Subjects to He Considered by the International Labor Conference London March 3 The strike of the dock laborers at Greenock has greatly the apprehensions of Glasgow merchants T e Scottish port has been particularly free from the lalwr tnmbles which have so embarrassed trade at London and Liverpool and the men have hitherto been industrious and tractable Mr Henderson a prominent shipper says the strike is deprecated by the majority of the workmen and fa due to the machinations of English agitators claim- Â¬ ing to represent the London Loci LaVior ers union who have been at work among the Scotch oods handlers for the last month and have finally succeeded in infecting them with the fear of ostra cism by all trades unionists The London union has also been suc- in a way which was doubtless Dot anticipated by them that is in caus- Â¬ ing the abandonment of the project un Â¬ der consideration of constructing a new dock near the Victoria docks capitalists not deeming it a desirable investment until the question of labor is dctinitely settled The Kaiser and His Ma Bkrlin March 8 The relations beÂ¬ tween the German emperor and his mother have undoubtedly improved The death of the Empress Augusta is said to have drawn them together and it is imderetood that the Empress Frederick has abandoned her intention to go to Italy with her mother The latter royal iR rsonage is said with ill health to have become more exigent than ever and those who are com elled to be in attendance upon her have a The Frinccs sorry time in deed Pieatrice cannot escape but her elder sister has developed not only flet h but a will of her own and although she does not like lermany overmuch it is not likely that she will place herself again under the dictation of her imperious mother Socialists lining Ground At a meeting of a iknna March committee of the lower house of the reichsrath Friday Count Von Taafc Austrian prima minister said tliat in view of the present quiet character of the Socialist movement the government would consider the question of the exceptional I artial repeal of the ti on in regard to Socialiam provided the re chsiath passed an anti Anarchist bill The prime minister stated that it would be impossible to abolish the exceptional legislation entirely as its continuance in some measure was justified by the fear that the movement against which it was directed might degenerate into Anarchism Labor Conference Program Berlin March 3 The official pro- Â¬ gram of the subjects to be considered by the international labor conferen has been issued The subjects to be dis cussed are the regulation of mine work with reference to the prohibition of the labor of women and children under ground the shortening of the shifts in particularly unhealthy mines the insuring of a regular outfit of coal by subjecting the working of the mines to international rules the regulation of Sun Â¬ day labor and also the regulation of the labor of children and females Demand for English IIorse3 London March 3 Tlie large number of English horses exported in liSJJ proves that the demand for them abroad is Over 14 000 were unabatd sold away from the country last year and fears having been expressed that the English stock is in danger of deterioration by the loss of its best blood The Era s its fellow countrymen of a fact which may lie interesting to buyers thit although the confiding foreigners pay for the best they by no means get the 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ see as well a the man with the best eye in the world 1 ha cutting was done with surgeons scfaaors and not with a knife The sur- Â¬ geon eaaght up between his thumb and foreflngi r a fold or flesh midway between the ere laah and the eye brow and clijipetl it ott with the s cissors A big hole was consequently left in the lid for the piece of Hash taken away was aoout one and a half laches long and one inch wide Having cut away the fold the sur bleeding brought th gtHin then edges together ard secured them with half a dozen stitches The effect is ob- vious The lower portion of the lid was drawn upward where tho overhanging fold used to be thus exposing the eye ball to the light Of conn the opera- lion was unpleasant to the general but the whole thing was over in fifteen nxinatea end Gen Butler had a band aged left eye but one that he would able to sts- - out of in a few days The wound healed rapidly Tho operation wvs icrformed Monday and on ihursday wrie of the stitches On Friday the surgeon were removed took out the remnants of the suture and the two edires of the wound were On the ioDowiag Monday the united liu felt so comfortable that the general wished to ro out and at teal to business but the weather was not propitious and by his doctors advice he drilled to re- Â¬ main at home until Thursday Feb 27 s soon as th news of the operation was noised abroad the general began to lier from his frien ls and others too In twenty few hours his mail was filled with strange lettrs Many of them were expressions of sympathy and con- gratulaion from friends but the greaer par wa composed of circulars setting f ith t ie merit of quack medicines and of va sable advice mm self constituted oculists in varou i parts of Massachu- sett- The generals right eye too has lie n developing of late years a drooping lid on a miniature scale It is now veiled more than the left eye is and it in proaoiy ue made tlie object ot an Â¬ other operation in the near future Â¬ ASILCOTT RUMOR Reported to Hare Been Arrested Between Portland and Tacoma Portland Ore March 3 A report reached here Friday evening that Sheriff Delger of Winlock arrested Silcott the defaulting cashier of the sergeant-at-arm- s of the house of representatives Friday afternoon at Tolelo a town on the line of the Xorcliern Pacific railroad between here and Tacoma The report states that Silcott has leen palming himself off as an engineer n tne employ of the Southern Pacific company Sheriff Delper started for Chehahs with his prfaoat r No fur Â¬ ther particulars are obtainable Con linn it ion Washington D C March 3 The senate has confirmed the nomination of Harold M Bewal consul general at Apia Samoa NEWS IN t We will for the next Sixty Days offer at greatly reduced ratesour entire stock of l DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR h BRIE Condensation of n Interesting Items Various Snlilccts James RukwU Lowell is better La grippe has about spent its forco throughout the country Dr 0 3 Oronendyke of Newcastle Ind was assaulted and robbed by footpads Lawrence Kehoe the well known Catholic publisher and editor died Friday in Brook- Â¬ Spring Goods THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEOANT LINE OF lyn pasl Norwalk O BANK ROBBED OF 4000 A Cool Stranger Ransacks a Kansas Instl tntlon and Kseapes V ALLEY FaIJS Kan March 3 A bold robbery occurred here Saturday eveninr A masked man entered the Oephart hank aboat 5 oclock Hicks and held up the cashier with two revolvers and robbed the ank President Oephart fa a- s nt The roblier escaped minutes thoigh the town tuned trttt after the rooln ry in hot p irwiit Another dispatch says the bank rob- Â¬ bery committed here was accomplished in a dating maimer 4 0 in cash being sevurvd At oclock a stianger entered the I ant and presented Iir payment a like a farmer check He was and had his fa e I ound up in llannel Before the cashier had handed him his money he asked permi bin to go behind the railing where th re was a stove as he had a sevt re toothache and thought the heat might mitigate it The cashier granted the request and the stranger passed behind the railing a Once there he took from his revolver and covering Mr Cohn with it Mr directed him to leave the building ked the Coim left The robber then door secured the booty and escaped though closely pursued by citizens to whom the cashier had given the alarm The Uuuber Klleil MmDAK Kan March 3 A man answer nj tho deseription of tlie mbU r iU0 from Hicks oc iepharts who stole bank at Valley Fails Kan Saturday registered at a hotel here Sattuday niht When two police ofti ers who bad been uotilit d of the arrival of the stranger went to the hotel to arrest him he re- Â¬ sisted and was fired upon by both offi- Â¬ cers and instantly killed one bullet pass inp through the heart and another through the right lung The stolen money was found on the outlaws per- Â¬ son and be was positively identilied as A coroners jury exone Roberteoa onerated the OsBcen for having caused the death of the bank robber Â¬ te drel from entering their places Tho grand jury at Newcastle Ind reÂ¬ turned Ave indictments in the Eli Ladd murder case A New York syndicate has bought the Indianapolis gas plants both natural and manufactured Congre may have something to aay about Chicagos scheme of filling up the harbor at Chicago It is said that the new seal privilege con- Â¬ tract brings tho company 700000 a year more than th old one Fire destroyed the fine new residence of E B Fairfield at Newcastle Ind Loss AOOO small insurance It was arranged in New York Friday that the funeral of ex Minister Pendleton take place in Cincinnati March s An all wool statement comes from Union Mills Ky that a flve legged sheep has died there after living in obscurity for fifteen years Brocky Smith accused of the murder of Mrs Bryon at Cincinnati was found guilty of murder in the first degree He is an ignorant fellow and apparently faiieu to r jalize the meaning of the verdict It is a question whether he is sane or not Madame Carlotta1 supposed to be from Cincinnati represented berorlf to the unsophisticated Cleveland people as a prima donna on a salary of 1000 per week soaked several admirers for aNmt 1X0 and executÂ¬ ed a beautiful run into unknown parts which is the nearest approach to a musical feat which she attempted S cretary Proctor has executed a license to use Bedlons Island New York harbor to the treasury department for an indefinite perio l This license carries with it jurisdic Â¬ tion over the island The secretary puts in n proviso that in case of war the island is to revert to the war deportment for use point of vantage for harbor defense Report from every corner of Indiana and Ohio show that the wheat crop promises to be immense and tbe cold so far has not in- Â¬ jured it in some localities the farmers are pasturing it to keep it down Peaches hav- ing been too previous in blooming all winter are so UamageU as to be knocked out l the rinjr almost entirely The small fruits are also sufferins more or less from chilblains Â¬ prohibiting minors saloon keepers want a law DRESS GOODS Fancy Uoth Tllnelc unci ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINK OF NOTIONS Hambergs Laces Glove- - Towels Handkerchiefs Table Linens NAPKINS WHITE GOODS OF EVERY VAIJIKTV BED BLANKETS AND COMFOHTS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold On account of tlie warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give you any size J9 BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Â¬ Â¬ ae IVter lest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DR Â¬ JU iroiutii Action of the Authorities n sirrt next dir ti UnimV Vinctnnfs Ind March I The tramp lion Hi cor Main and lutes Creek Aenue who committed a rape on Mrs George Weaver near Wheatland last Saturday ll PHIL ROBERTS was arresW here Thursday by apt Hall His name fa Patsy Conn PH1S1CIAX AND SURGEON former resident of this ciy lie was Kentucky Rkiimonu taken lo Wheatland and recognized by The Subsequently he was re his victim At VjineoA Tiirtors Iruc Storf DOS Offl tui ned to this city and placed in jail to itTers toorlxHuw lltiuMy V eornw await action of the circuit court fassioiiil Mrvisi s t iiir iiilc tiuite a scene was occasioned at the depot at Wheatland when it became m sExsMiru known that thinners was to be returned No here andihe crowd that assembled was has a complete SLIJGEOX Garnett House PH1SICIAXAXD It wu loud in its threats of lynching Recovering Ta ilbee Kx Consreggmiu Kentucky stock of lucky for Connors that it was daylight Whits Hall Washington March 3 otherwise his ne k wouid have been Taulltee is reported in a fair way to stretched There is a rumor current Saddles OflWri bis professloosl ervices lo Ue ml-lrecovery The bullet tired by Kincaid o- will be made to take Rlankets Whips kSpurs Horse and wliichstruck Taulbee near the outer that an attempt Coiiners was arraigned him from jail Boots Curry Combs Scrapers edge of the left eye and passed down Â¬ two years ago on a similar charge physicians yyll S M LETCHER Oils and ward two inches is not th- -has not been Toe Weights Soaps Oil Revealed by a Landslide think doing any harm It SI RCEOX everything else needed by persons removed KinraM wa brought to the PHYSICIAN AXD Parkeksburq W Va March 1 A police court Satu- atitnoon and set landslide occurred Wednesday night on KEKflCKY who handle horses Richmond at liberty under 3000 bail the farm of Mr Andrew Toothman on Saddles Manufactured to Order Worth ington creek a few miles from Row Died While IVitnMiini Mudding Main Street Office Smith here on the Staunton pike Early Thurs Lamar Mo March 3 Lhjring an en- Â¬ none but the best material and sorning a stream of oil was discovschool 1 jenUemeng ladies and tertainment whichofwas held at amen beÂ¬ ered dowing from a clitf of rocks where used Y W BRIGHT M here four twelve inUea west bojrs1 Saddles kept in stock came engaged in a quarrel Mrs Henry the slide occurrnd SI CIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentixky Harness of every description Short who was present witnessed it Worst Snosr Storm Sines the 81 lilizi ird Richmond sle fainted and its Janknvillb Wis Chains Hanies Backhands and during was progress to uearx aisease severest snow storm thatMarch 8 Tha Offlre InBrnllh BoihllDS on Main Htieet Trace subject died She lias lntoeoseoplesl Hiid Bellybands glven to Collars Collar Bads Six men received painful wounds in th section since the memorable visited this blizzard of isslaalliiaa of tissu and fluids row which it is said was 1681 set in about 3 oclock Thursday Hame Strings Blow Lines Blind course of the brothers who afternoon aud continued with much the three Swett Bridles Whips and other things begun by drinking whisky had been force until noon Friday About one C S HOLTON used on the farm foot of snow fell which has drifted CONGRESS badly completely demoralizing railway Heateoeitlic Physician and Sargeoa Only experienced workmen emtravel all tho trains being bahitul time Kkntlccy ployed hmond Fifty Seventh Day several hours Senate A number of petitions wore pr If you want a Saddle you have pented lngalls was elected presi Hundreds of Cattle Frozen to Death a hundred to select from ranging Aaat pro Senator tern Mr Blair complained that St LOOM March 3 Reports from J you his remarks on the educational bill were not northern Texas say that hundreds of upwarus in price from M l d Humevi iiy wldMS want a set of riarnesa yon have a fully reported The total disability jK nsion range cattle have been frozen to death and bill was and that hiring the ts to select from ranging in a short discussed without action spuate after- unless the present cold spell moderates i dexecutive session the weather speedily S JENMNCiSvV price from 8 up jouraed at 455 p in until Monday the loss of stock will be very serious physicians and Sargeaaa All price of Blow Gear from Rich mom - rnrsrciAX axd sihceox year Wilson was with others in a barn at the time stripping tobacco when the building was suddenly blown down a beam of timber striking and Two colored boys killing him instantly wen also seriouslj if not fatally in- Â¬ jured one having bis leg broken and the other his arm an some children in a cabin aeni by were crippled by the buil ling falling in At Sinking tork the tornado was particularly severe doing great d image to the houses and killing live stock Jesse Payne a leading farmer was seriously crippled by a tobacco barn blowing down anon him The creeks everywhere are over owed 1 Â¬ Five Men lntlietett for the Lsultl Murrler March 3 The Newcastle Ind grand jury concluded the investigation in the Land murder case Friday morning after fhearing nearly UK witnesses Indictments were returned against tho five men now in jail charged with the crime charging John P Smith Charles Smelter and ussius M Lake with murder in the Brat degree and WOUaas and Henry Rozell as being accessories 10 the crime Ioreifrn Notes Â¬ SPARKS FROM THE WIRES Items of Interest 1ut in Convenient form Ftr the Hnrrlet Render Mrs Hannah Toole was asphyxiated by natural gas at Fremont O Lewis Hill was convicted of mnrder in the second degree at Chillicothe O Mrs Brieo is in Florida Tho family will occupy a cottage at Newport this season H rman Wetted a disappointed lover shot and killed himself at Monroe City Ind John W Long of Fort r county Ind has been sent la jail for writing insulting letten to a young lady A masked man with two pistols covered a bank cashier at Valley Fall Kan aud walked off with the cash J An edge tool trust which includes the principal manufacturers of tho United States is now being formed John Griscoru was found dead in his room at New York having committed suicide Â¬ Kentucky SADDLES 6 HARNESS ABJD GEAR W PXCKiSXtS 3- yf t d Cuardlnir the Senate SwrfK WASHIMT05 March 3 Another im IKirtant step toward the entire conceal- Â¬ ment of the mass of the secret sessions of the senate was tak n Saturday A number of workingmea were employed through a great part of the dav careup the the walls im- Â¬ fully paintm mediately surrounding the doors of the With the cracks on the at iistn galleries olJ and reliable Saddle and senate walls carefully closed up the doubled doors 6ecarely lasteued the Harness House of gallery floor cleared of all but the watchmen The watchmen sitting ten foot from the doors it is safe to say that no will leak 20 Second Street next to secret newsthe senat out through the galleries of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A RAPiST CAPTURED His Neck Saved Jly the Tho th eatcned strike of miners m Dui ham has prol aMy lieen avert d th having accepted an oiler of a 5 per cent ad Â¬ vance As Count Von Moltke was out Fri- Â¬ day tha whe il of his carriage purte and ho was thrown out H3 was not injured beÂ¬ yond a fevere shaking up A comes from Berlin to the effect that Emperor William has received and acÂ¬ cepted an invitation from tiio czar to join him in a hunt on the Russian soil near tho THEATER A Distrusted Audienre Attempts to Mob Which aro always staple we will the in onler o rcdc the Woiild Iie Actors li MT This being the time of the year St Loci March 3 A riot occurred cut complete in the Standard theater during the mati- Laces and Cotton tioons we would advise you to be tmn to call at nee performance yesterday and a detail of police had to be hurried to the scene once and examine the stock and it took the hlue coats nearly an fa onler that no CASH HOlSE can have any advanta e over hour to clear the theater and tiie streets The Standard is one of the so called us we will give 6 per cent off ot the CO I liVTE for CASH iHpular pi ice theaters and has been devoted to high class audeville attracgtT- - We have just received a beautiful line ot WALL PAFEB tions A Sunday matinee is a feature of which is cheaper than ever sold in Kichmon 1 before the week A party of barn stormers in a play Zuna was presented by the called ONLY FOR 60 DAYS management to iooo people yesterday DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION IS Tne play liad no merit the afternoon people no tileut and before the cur ta n was up fifteen minutes the audi nee in their seats and began guying the actors and calling on the management All sorts of to stop tlie performance missiles were thrown on the stage and tlie din became so great that the curtaiu a tTiirrniT Tmk wls rang down and an end put to the show nrlis mm fttmniswsl uo th Wsasv bottom If the desUcr cannot supilyjom Then the people began to clamor for rcloslns swtr rtls sen I direct to factory their money ihey gathered out ride in prlos front of the theater and a the crowds on tiie streets joined the mob there were 5000 people hcoting and yelling in a few minutes Ironical efcaan were given for the management and the show A break was made for the stage door and About performers werj panic stricken ten policemen arrived at this time and saved the actors There was no performers list night mr will tlu re be any this week at tbe Stadar 1 RIOT AT A Towels Table Linens and UTapkins lr Â¬ Â¬ t ne mm i boil ck RIFF a A D ri iir wi wi te J raa 1 Weather lltilletin Warmer fair weather southerly winds PRICES CURRENT frontier i- Harness Bridles A now society is being formed in London called the Ballet and Chorus Protection soci- Â¬ ety It was suggested by the recent succ ss of the ballet and extra girls in their action against Bornum The returns from seventeen districts in Germany in which reballoting was necessary for the election of members of the reiclistag show the Socialists have gained six seatc and the Liberals five The Armenian patriarch has delivered to the porte a special note demanding the im- Â¬ mediate and complete restoration of the priv- Â¬ ileges of the Armenian church and the exe- Â¬ cution of the reforms promised by the Berlin treaty Tho North German Gazette Prince Bis- Â¬ marcks organ confirm the report that Prince Bismarck intended to resign the chan cellorship but siys that tbe result of the re-Â¬ cent elections caused him to decide to remain in office Tho trial of the action for libel brought by Bar Morell McKenzie against The St James Gazette for publishing disparaging articles in connection with his treatment of the late Lmperor Frederick of Germany result d in a verdict for 1WJ0 The report of the English army and navy commission bears hard on the war office It declares tlie navy well organised and nun aged It proposes abolishment of tbe of the army held by the Duke of Cambridge aud the substitution of a military chief of staff to be appointed by an advisory board with ilurairttiig gas A league has lec n formed to bring about Canadian independence by 1802 American powers will be asked to aid the project The man who secured the arrest of tho Looisvillo grave robbers at New Albany Ind has boon warned not to appoar against them A telegraphing tournament will bo held at New York April 10 Fiva hundred dollars will be distributed in prises The jury in the Coleman csae at Lebanon His attorO found the dfendant guilty neys ar undecided as to whether they will apply for a new trial Frank McGowan who tor ten years hat ksaa in the employ of Thomas A Edison has mysteriously disappeared The female art students of the Cincinnati art scadomy have petitioned tho Cz ir of Russia to stop the infliction of croeltiei upon women in his dominions Under the census of l U there will prob ably be 431 votes in tho electoral college 2M for the north an J 153 for the south s Elmer Corbin has been arrested at O on suspicion of being the man whe assaulted Dr Neil of that city The National League of musicians will hold their annual convention in Cincinnati during the second week iu March Governor Campbell Saturday night ad dressed the members ot the Ohio club and the Young Hens Deoruoratic clab of Cin cinnati on the oocnaioa af tha dedication ol their new club roomfe Â¬ Cohi-n-bu- Review of the Stock Money antl Cattle Market for March f Money on call i ksnd at 3 per cent Tho lowest rate was 2V and th highest 5 Currt ncy sixes llfi bli fours coupon 1 3 bid do 103 bid The stork niarkit this morning was dull only 112fii shares changing bonds up to tho close at noou Union Pacific Louis v die and Nu shvilK Tennessee Coal Colorado ConJ and the Sugar Trusts were the most active The aaenl list was weak and sveurities pries gradually declined on a limited selling per cent lower up to noon closing than yesterday Tennessee Coal and the Sugar Trusts male some wide fluctuations The former was irregular and after delining from 5H to 56 and subsequently recovered the decline Sugar Trusts were exception ally strong and advanced from 61 t j 64 The unfavorable bonk statement published just before noon showing a decrease of 1 SiiOU it the reserves helped materially to weaken the gewal list 33 Mich Cent 08 Atchison W L DOUGLAS VITCIMIERJEWEUB 3 Calf Heavv Laced CENTLEMEN SHOE Grain and Cree -- DEALER IN- - Vo Flae or Waterproof Best in the world Kxatnlne his 50O OENIINE HA1 SEWED 8BOK KIT atOO HAND SEWKD EAKMKKS1 HOE SHOE AM S310 EXTKA VAII 1 a SO Watches Clock Plaletl ware Jewelry Kil ver and a as asas ami woKKiMit ys shoes tlOCS J ai75 B s - i rMr I 1 OS etc Hpecinl attention given to FlrMn Best Material Beat Style Best 3ia T W L Douglas Brockton Mas 32SHOESldis 8173 SHOE TOR MISSES All made la Coofraa Battoa sad Lace FSTTINQ DIAMONDS JACK FREEMAN C oil CCCHudson 11 Krie Lake Shore N L Cob J B AQ lftl1 88 N P L W OhiOiV Miss Y Central 106 Northwestern W AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Â¬ Pacific Mail H Rock Island St Paul Western Union 8 INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Tat Oldast and StregsWt Aswricaa OosupaslM r Wheat 72rHe Wool HtfMe biMxl combing Cincinnati flne merino Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner medium delaine me- Unwashed - aud clothing 21JJ5- j0Me 1819c j JR dium combing J4vi2Sc fleece washed iluj merino X ami XX JKorJUc medium clothing 3031c delaine SiVolc Hat Choice timothy sells at 1050tl00 per ton prairie brings 60UiS5O straw fSuOBsfAOl braid lNJDc Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver 9SF NORTH AMKBM Dont torget the place next door to ilie Poet office Richmond Ky 30- BHUNGFllLD roNNECTK IT XNSYLVANIA MACAUA GEKMAMA MEBCHAl GAMBLING IN NEW ORLEANS A Grand Jury Make Some Startling I Rfcauacaaj - - -- Kaarrwcarr A Main street A over AIUce I K AlETZ Main Klmet xiri Some to the best tlie ch thing entirely new in Carry Combs tot of lap Cloths The hand ever brought to Richmond 41- - Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON Kkktucky Racaawma Burnam IBS Mules For Sale We have one hundred uiule colts and eighty five yearlings for sale Strictly good and BnW in numbers toMiit pur chasers 8x miles east of Kiehmoud on the predvel pike 17- D A fJOLYEli H H Â¬ Baiting R J M BLAK SURGEON ftmdar ABSOLUTELY PURE PHrSICIA RsoHotHS Ky Revelations New Orlkans March S The grand Detroit Mich March 3 A special jury submitted its final report to Judge to The News from Bessemer Mich It deals says A report has just reached here of Baker Friday afternoon a wreck of a passenger train Saturday principally with the gambling now in 8hiw 350d550 Lambs 37536a5 morning on the Ashland division of the progress and states that the captains Wisconsin Central railroad at High sergeants and corporals of the Third ritubui a The engineer fireman precinct are totally unfit for their posi- Â¬ Bridge Wis Cattlb Prime 4 508475 good 3903 and live passengers are reported killed tions as they do not seem to know what 430 fair 33X3 365 bulls stags and fat 30 003 00 gambling is or what is gambling para- cows 350350 fresh cows Death by the a Uoute best Hoos Philadelphia 4253435 phernalia New York March 3 John Gris Yorkers 43034 J5 common Yorkers The report recommends tho removal enone of Hempstead L L was found 4003415 pigs 330400 Shkp Extra 4708600 fair to good devd in his office Saturday morning at of the captain sergeants and coroorala common 3 253550 lambs 3008300 47 Park street Ho had committed sui and that their places be filled with men It also calls atten Â¬ 40025 cide by means of illuminating gas of more intelligence CSBBSSaSSSi When found he had a rubber attach- Â¬ tion to the running of several gambling literary Hoos Light 3853405 mixed 380t ment from the gas pipe in his mouth saloons under the guise of clubs protected by certificates from tho 405 heavy 35340S with the cock turned on Cattus Extra beeves 4753500 steers district attorney 3503450 mixed 1253300 stoekers and Fire From Klectric Wires feeders 351X3350 Elizabeth N J March 3 The A Concealed Assassin SHKBr 881X3550 Breith Brewing company on Pearl March 3 Policeman Lambs Madison Ind 50O600 on fire by the electric Michael Gallasncr was shot by a secreted New York wires Saturday morning and in ten min- Â¬ assassin at 4 oclock Saturday morning Whkat No 3 red winter 88 April utes the entire structure was ablaze Be the bell entered the abdominal cavitv fore the flames were extinguished dam- Â¬ and is probably COB5 Mixed XUc age to tho extent of 25000 nad been ranging downward fatal Oats No I uiised 27Xc April 2Tc done Wreck rive Reported Killed Good to choice butchers fS6S0 410 fair 365gi350 common 1503200 stoekers and feeders f25g400 lioos Selected butchers and heavy ship100 pings 4003410 fair to good packing i V2 J40C common and rough packing good light ptga 390 fair to 4003405 MLsweKsm Cattlb rABIUSH W LYMAJJ B CIMHIXGHAX Â¬ HewLivBiy and LStaUe ROCK BOTTOM RATES We have erect- - new and commo Â¬ dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of tef Dont forget ur office ks at Mm Farmers National Bank 3rd and Irvine Mreets Richmond Ky mid ask the public lo give us a trial HUME BDRNAM HORSES HITCHED OR FED AT REASONABLE RATE Saddle N B Tobacco Barm Country Hterea lioroen Uone8 and buggies uired at low aud MiiiiiiK property special tiee rates BAH 33 aa 10 15 PARRISH fc ClNMXfiUAl Â¬ m Plumbiaj Mccarty Qas THOMAS B AYRES and steam Fittinar 1 Â¬ Pump Repairing a Spoclsltv All Wella kinds ot puns kept nt Cos Coal yard r W i W 60 49 Store Real Estate and General Collecting Agency THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing season Nelson silxVthe famous Maine will reap a fortuue from the deposit Of bred stallion won 7400 Reference 218 The completion of the K U Ry has by Referee son of Administrator won rendered profitable working of the March 3rd 1S90 FRENCH TIPTON Editor Editor Climax 7020 Jack 215 by Pilot Medium 6 quarry a certainty by Dauntless Gene Smith 215 17 Since independence waa achieved the Here we are this Monday morning II lilISHFli t tk WEDNESDAY BY 545 United States government has been the hardly a quorum prayer is made anfl the 5460 Sprague Golddust Jiq1- Hendryx 218 by Dauntless largest owner of arable land on the 4490 Co Tvork begins Petitions are now in order and Aubine NOT by Young Koife earth i t The total area of the public none are presented Next motion and S Powell G White Ciias 4000 These domain sold and unsold amounts resolutions are in order Lp goes to the 22 1 4 sire of Nelson Clerk a resolution to pay John Smith 150 were the principal winners in the Eastern to 1849072566 acres and constitutes 72 wT At present he is at tne button such a fate PB1CE PKB i KAIl flSO per day for making our wood fires in this Slates in 1889 and all of them except per cent of the total area of the Uuited - ocean flroveiing among the monsters of the Hendryx possesses Hambletonian Morgan States including Alaska About 700 1 We are now considering an invitaI ICaxch 5 1890 hal Vciieslay All caused by blind faith M College at Lexing- Â¬ strains which are just now very popular 000000 acres of land have been sold tion to the A in New England Ex aud equated about 115000000 acres Thi- - matter it teems should ton Ky Bligfa the veteran Captain Traynors cele- remain unsold As the area of Alaska The dam of McKee be settled in five minutes it will take an Louisville deteotivt is dead hour There seems to be some dissatis brated mare Susie S record of 2 15J J is 569530000 acres the area unsold bills and sold last week for 10500 was the exclusive of that territory is about 780 ne of the largest hridges in the faction with this College and various will be introduced bearing on the same property of Captain W H Todd who 000000 acres Both the method aud results whci world is building across the Mi sold her three years ago to John D Powell i It was originally chartered as an AgriculAt Piedmont W Va two men fell Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant pi at Memphis arwt Mfvaatitiv IO tKf facta flnn nnls r HI tural and Mechanical School and it is now of this county for 90 Powell keeps the out and decided to settle their differ Ai MUU ICllUOUlUg G rom EE charged that the Agricultural and Me- Â¬ tool gate on the turnpike between this euces hy a duel L liable to secure but gently yet promptly on the kidney Total ca h in United States Liver and Bowels cleanses the s chanical Departments have been elimi- place and Kentucky River Powell swap- one pistol they agreed to use it alterT urv February 1st aslhown nated and the College is purely a literary ped her off to Al Williams for a blind nately till one bit the dust In the tem effectually dispels colds headby tiif Treasurers general account one If this is so then this school should Peavine horse four years old and 30 to toss for who should have the first shot aches aud fevers and cures habitual Reduce the tariff present to the people of the State some boot Williams sold her to McKee constipation Brrap of Figs is the Nee won and Archers coolly took his and have a smaller surplus good reason why the State should pay Tra nor for 50 Last week she was sold stand aud permitted him to shoot The only remedy of its kind ever proliter- Â¬ at Lexington for 2025 It was whilst she ball nearly tore Archers scalp off but duced pleasing to the taste and acMajor Fomhee has been re from 25000 to 30000 to sustain a prompt in ary institution at Lexington Danville belonged to Todd that she gave birth to he celled for the weapon and to k a ceptable to the stomach GREAT BARGAINS he is offering Taking advantage of the by a majority of 1050 its action and truly beneficial in its Georgetown Hopkinsville Bowling Green Susie S by Hy las and Captain Todd turn at Nee whom he struck hi the effects prepared only from the moit over In- - ipjonent ex mayor and Ashland would not certainly object gave Susie S to Traynors wife The in everything pertaining to hand tearing it fearfully Friends then healthy and agreeable substance Ie Johasoa Lexington oc claiming that the schools in these towns dam of Susie S was by its Jason Walkers inlerferred anil the remarkable duel many excellent qualities commend it ialy does a good thing Grey Eagle Register should also be assisted by the Sute was declared a draw to all and have made it the most Madison county tliu far not akod Mm Annie Hall an accomplish- for much local legislation has am glad of Budd Doble who owns a fifth interest remedy known I Â¬ The Farmers Review Chicago Feb- popular in Axtell will decide for the syndicate ed young lady ol iAiuisville just this Her people are a Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c great people as whether it will be proper to train the stal ruary 1 says Thus far the repot ts and 81 bottles by all leading drucr 2 years old was drowned in the She has 162 the following will show lion after he has attended to his stui du Â¬ of our correspondents indicate thut who gists Any reliable VALUES and COST r if goods cut no figure in the PRICES WE bathing cm the south- 174 acres ol land it is assessed as worth Furl while counties the young with the exception of a fe will pro eastern coat ol Florida last Fri- 4983 30 706 town lots worth 925350 ties Forty mares are booked istoreasonable the conditiou of winter wheat averages may not have it on hand one who NOW MAO EVERYTEING MUST GO stallion at 1000 each It cure it promptly for any We have the J ALE OBILLEU STEEL PLOW which we believe day 129 stores valued at 170930 11710 to infer that Axtell will not be started in high in all the States covered by our wishes to try it Do not accept any Buy it try it and you cant deny it We is the best plow made watches and clocks valued at 14460 31 public in 1S90 unless his owners feel con- report It is yet too early however to substitute w fell for three hours in r- also handle the diamond valued at 3380 pianos and fident that he can lower his record and determine the full extent of the dam CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO om Sunday and Charleston 8 - to do other musical instruments valued at he will have to be in the best of age inflicted by the recent freeze aud SAN FRANCISCO CL the thermometer fell to 32 at St 130 wagons carriages barouches bug- form this mw ror Louisville nr Although the stallion cost 405000 subsequent thaw and it t more than Augustine Florida The orange gies and other vehicles valued at 50 460 there is no insurance on him The horse likely that our next report will be less I crop is thought to be greatly dam whiskies wines and brandies valued at owner can insure only against fire and encouraging The only discouraging The total value of all her prop there is no fear of destruction by flame at reHrts thus far have come from Mich- To Farmers and Tradesmen 22930 At PRICES that WILL sell 4 at prices or wnat laey We have already sold eitv is 8661035 ana tne taxes paid by Terre Haute The stable which shelters igan aud Wisconsin A large propor Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market V were Th Lunatic Asylum at Madison last year to the State was 41 Axtell is I them is tion of our correspondents in those isolated a number of them Lexington has been visited by a 13992 It seems that Madison has only cheaper to build a and fireproof It stable of this kind than States complain of damage to wheit e committee and pro- - two thoroughbred stallions and 35 thorLarge sale of fine stock Horse- to take out an insurance policy YV P by the changeable weather during the well conducted but hor oughbred mares and colts 22 thoroughMules Jersey Cattle Hogs ISuggies Ijanis says that Axtell has grown during past month Complaints reach us from Wagons Farm Implements and Pro rildy crowded A new Asylum is bred bulls valued at 16170 347 thor- the winter and that he now stands So scattering counties in Northern Illinois ducts Ac Ou TUESDAY MARCH 153 Is the best made wecarrv a large stock of them and calves valued at 16 oughbred co - higher forward than behind and he Ie in the southern couaties many 11 l 90 will lie sold at public auction while Â¬ Logan 570 and she has 12020 common cattle is jogged everyday Stock Farm wheat fields have been damaged by at Elmoreland Stock Farm RailroadStaator Beck argues that under 10000 sheep and 17601 hogs over six In B tion on the It N I We carry a large line of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS Mr LJ Rose the eminent California execessive wet weather Cass Chris Jessamine county Kv 75 JERSEY I ins ol the proposed months old pi 6 mules iS Geldings and stock raiser the breeder of Sultan Stam- - tinii Fulton Menard and Scott counCATTLE COLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and ucatiinal law wealthy But I must stop my desk mate is crying Mares about SO hogs an Acme Com HAMES COLLARS will escape taxation while Mr Speaker Mr Speaker Mr Speak boul Alcazar and Beautiful Bells says of ties report slight damage from Hessian plete Dairy with outfit of Churns Milk f the Clay Cross It ma- Declaimed that fly but the general average of condi- ami Cream Cans Refrigerators fec everything necessary to hitch np Also full sets of money would one out of the BOOTS The Speaker wont listen and this SHOES the majority of record breaking youngsters tion the State over is good In In- Also several top Buggies a Rockaway jHKrkets of the is the second time the old gentleman ever have Clay crosses The produce of Beau- diana Ohio and Missouri IfM average Jersey Wagon farm Wagon Harness addressed the Chair and before he could Plows Stock Scales and various Farm at REDICULOUS LOW PRI- - i at prices that almost make i of Ilepre entatives be heard down went the hammer and the tiful Bells by Electioneer have three of condition is high although a few Implements together with a large lot The Boase crosses by Guy Wilkes and Sable two correspondents report some damage 1 the A v M OoDeg of hay corn Mill Feed Household and tJ- 4 House adjourned and the old man turned them go ot their own accord Lexington in a body were royal to me and said Bro Smith Ill holler in crosses and een the second yearling rec- from alternate freezing aud thawing Kitchen Furniture slock furnished purcha but one exception our Kentucky ord Sadie D has a Clay dam Then With Pedigrees of v dined and indulged in much his ear so loud next time that hell be ceragain look at the great brood mares Green reporters stale condition good and no sers on day of sale h making The Stae aid tain to hear me I have started now and Mountain Maid Tkkmsok Sam- Six months credit Minnehaha Beautiful damage from auy cause A few coun to WINTER WEAR we have marked Everything that notes with approved security required will scarcely be withdrawn Ill show him Will write you again Bells Then again the greatest success of ties in Kansas complain of Hessinii fly without interest ash purchasers will W B S prices en them that will sell them The Moor was Minnehaha whose dim and damage by bad weatLer but the be allowed interest at the rate of 8 per Doctors Blackburn and Grant cent per annum M Clay Jr was by Cassius and Fleet majority seud most encouraging reports 1ERKIXS charged with ion of graves On same day will beoffVred the Farm wing whose dam was by George M and predict a heavy crop for 1800 New ii released from the of 26 ACRES more or le sj which i Patchen Does not this tell a tale that iu a high state of cultivation aud well Mrs T J Berry lias been quite sick for Albany jail on 2000 bond Their MATRIMONIAL- cannot be controverted It is not my dewatered with good buildings of every attorney says that they committed several days L SCHNECK SON sire to claim that all good crows from a kind And if we dont a selling price no one will These hey did nothing Dr R S Portwood and Miss Millie no James Leech is making whisky Hurah Clay cross in a pedigree but I must con 37 38 were married Sunday evening at Give us plenty of whisky for Leech rale into the ceineterv goods mast go I want money and money I will get it prices fess that I value it more than anv other Ballard 1C5C Stallions for Service Mr Wm Burgm and family of Fayette cross and believe that the produce of Sul- 6 oclock at the residence of the brides 1890 have anything to do with MAMMOTH 101 KAL are visiting relatives in these parts tan of Stamboul or Alcazar and of all parents Dr and Mrs J L Ballard by Rev R H Beck of the C B Church in Mr Owen Young a prominent preacher their progeny will become a very great Remember what blind faith did for McGINTT Look at us Roundabout of the Christian Church has been quite factor in the future breeding of the trotter the presence of only near relatives of the The Frankfort before yon plunge into unknown mysteries We are the eye eek in enlarged lon cash vrrn keitkn nuvibEOB came on and as far as the future can be predicted contracting parties After the ceremony The form havin by the very short past this is as sure as the newly mated couple proceeded at once openers of this county Call and see The bridge crossing Tates Creek is unto their cozy residence which the groom year it of a well ex frontispk safe for trayel since the recent rains the night follows the day had already prepared The young couple ecoted birdseye view of Frank pillars being washed out launch their matrimonial boat out upon a Brother la Rell Vara in a race 218 g the entire city with NEWS PARAGRAPHS Miss Ruie laden entertained a few peaceful sea and it is the wish of a host of ami both ut of the dam of Oeorgiette rbs Numerous other pictures 219 - Limited to 10 good mures friends last Thursday evening assisted by I rominent The residence of A E Hundley admiring friends that they may always inch 50 to insure a mare in foal TBt 6nd smooth sailing Illinois Gazette buildings and distinguished citi her visitor Miss Knave from Nicholas burned iu Boyle couutv ville Dr Portwood is none othr than our Three murderers paid the death pen Bob who used to live near Red House Mr and Mrs E D Cosby celebrated alty In Pennsylvania Thursday and Promoter of happiness to all who want it Glad to hear of his grand progress the loth anniversary of their marriage last Main Street Richmond Ky facixo live others seuteuced to die and we hope old man Lewil raked Wednesday a nice supper being the 25 cash with return privilege in the sheckels in abundance Ligblniug killed a young man no DIED main feature of the occasion B H NEALE P O Box 414 was walking with bis sweetheart at At 6 oclock last Thursday eye a large 35 40 Richmond Kv THK BOOMS Robert F Farris of Richmond died in Jackson O aud did not harm the girl bulky form was seen to immcrge from a Lexington ICy on Thursday February The first woman in the Uuited States rains and high door with a rocking chair under one arm to become the President of a railroad is 7lh 1890 after a long illness aged about and a bundle of bed clothes under the een sufficient to shut Mrs Charles D Haines of the Mimieu 2i years and was buried in the Richmond other Cemetery on Friday He was formerly a oil communication with Irvine Valley Railroad Company iu Texas The r er is higher than has been known merchant in Richmond and director in the yville 1ineville Middlesbo Fitzpntriek was The firm of Breck Michael Craue a laborer ou the Ken for years and is doing considerable dam Farmers National liank dkNolved 00 Friday February 7 iHM rough and Big Stone Jap if not The back water extends one and a tucky Central was run over by the cars Edward McQueeney died in Richmond A F Breck retiring laapea the arder ol those in- - agi miles up Tates Creek Mr A F Bkeck Ora T at Sjiringdale yesterday aud instantly Ky on Thursday February 27th iSooof half When the ed in the boom W FllZI ATltlLK killed He fell from a construction pneumonia aged about 26 years He was is great all of his lumber subside we presume the Sopers lost having been swept from the yard Also train Paris Record a brother of William McQueeney who Â¬ will come out and his We At Camptou Wolf county a young died two weeks before of the same disease ship inhave this tliy formed a partnerbarn and other improvements except the Hardware business under all know what has been his dwelling Mr Wharton who let us recently man named Booth waylaid aud mur Buried in the Cemetery at Lexington the style and firm name of Fitzpatrick Phelps We assume the indebted purchased the J B Heathman place also dered Rev Mike Wliirinan bceaon Mr John S Long the father of Prof the weather Winches sutlers from the tide it having taken Wliirman had years before whipped ness of Breck fc Fitzpatrick Morris Long of the D and I died at W C Fll PATRICK maintained great enthus away a good store house and his barn the murderer iu school for disobeying his home in Madioon county last Wednes D M PHELPS sales of town lot- aud tbe rules 18 88 Friday Feb 7 1S90 day He was quite old and had been in property have occurred Although be IM held lor man failing health for some time so his death daily at reported prices ranging slaughter Ike Shelby who killed a was not unexpected Mr Morris Long baas 50 Jo 300 per cent advance man named Linkeutelter at Junction of this place who was at his fahers bedOrnamental Tress over the prices quoted two weeks City on Christmas eve night was in- side constantly for some days before he dicted by tbe Boyle county grand died has returned He has the sympathy jury for murder of a large circle of friends in his bereave- Â¬ EW AL 1 will be pleased to furnish any one Fred A Walton the agent of tbe ment Danville Deaf Mute Louis Winans of Brighton England who may favor me with their ordere Pacific Express Company at Dallas John F OConnerdied at Shanahan and Standard Fruit and Ornamental Trees ator Lindsays bill for the has purchased the trotters Star and Mag Â¬ 3juoo from tbe com- McCarthys camp on the R N I Apples Pears B and Plants namely fit of married women passed nate and tie pacer Lady Cleveland from Tex who stole Peaches Giapes pany has been arrested at 8t Johns N Railroad near Speedwell in Madison Cherries Plumbs -John Solan Stock Farm nate on last Friday after a Strawberry Plants Evergreens Water B He bad 7000 of money in his county Ky on Saturday March 1890 Maple c Address J C Graves has sold to Missouri parties spirited debate It provides for pocket Hisofleuce is not extraditable aged 21 years His trouble was internal P F ADAMS Waco Ky 35 42 entirely separate and distinct prop- In- - black stallion Headmark sired by Senator Beck introduced a bill into hemorrhage He was a niitivi of Virerty rights between husband and Victor Von BUmarck dam by King WilCongress Tuesday authorizing uu apÂ¬ ginia and the remains were shipped from wife and is about as near the liam Price 1500 Nicholasville Jourpropriation of 100000 for a Government Richmond by special train Sunday af wi hes of the strongest womans nal ternoon lie was related to the contracHon G W E Dorsey member of buildiug here but as there are 8000 is could well lie similar bills ahead of it there is not tors at whose camp he died He had been 1 he accounts of Breck 4 Phelps have from the Third Nebraska Dismapped out Whether or not it Congress stopping at the Glyndon and while his been placed in my hands for collection trict has placed his stallion Burton with much prospect of it passing Paris will pass the House remains to lie appearance was that of a sick in in casual I c n be found at J A Sullivans oAca News but taking the Senate as a John W Allison of this county Paris observers never thought of his case being on First Street for the next thirty days Sunday last Mrs E H Buruside After that time suit will be brought on lion the House vote will be News o extreme all unpaid accounts irrespective of of the highest priced trotters took a lemon from tbe tree which she Twenty two to one in favor of it IV color politics or church membership ly what effect such a law will have have brought 719500 an equal number has been cultivating for some time Louisville P H SULLIVAN Tobacco Market which weighed 2A pounds and which M 4M Feb 10 1890 on the community can only be of tbe highest priced thoroughbreds have By Ulovcr Durrelt Louisville Tobacco ySooo leaving a difference in was capable of making enough lemoÂ¬ There are numerous brought surmised Ware House nade for a large prohibition family Sales ou our market for the past rices in which it would afford favor of the trotter of 321500 Stanford Journal I S Coxey of Massillon Ohio has week just closed amount to 3roiMtliils relief but there are many others Ou last Sat ui day at Mansfield Mill- - with receipts of 2088 I1I11K fori he same sold to J Malcomb Forbes of Boston in which it would work injury on our market since Janperirxl Mass for 13000 ttie bay mare Houri 6 Powell oouuty Dave Smith a young uary 1st Sales amount to 21776 tiluls Sales I desire to sell or rent privately the mau from Menifee county about 20 ou our market up to this dale of the years old by Onward dam Jesse Turner A NEWSPAPEK MAX SUn A ION large two story years old undertook to cross Bed River crop of 1SS9 amount 17853 hlids bv Mambrino Patchen for which he paid UKESSMAN The present eek lias not developed 12000 at the Woodard sale on Wednes Â¬ above tbe dam iu a boat aud being unin the accustomed to rowing was carried over any change regard to condition of the day last Friday in the capitol at burley tobacco market with Ellis the dam aud drowned the offerings have been large and prices situated on a good corner lot inproper- Â¬ J D Crcighton Omaha Nebraska has L Ku Judge Char ton Ky known as tbe Hoican Socialists iu the recent elections have been fully sustained on a i grades ty Tbe 22 II H COLYEK uigressman Ires told the brown colt Belmont Wilkes but there is no fuither improvement to I by Belmont dam Mona Wilkes In Germany gained 567405 votes over report aulbee Hotli are Kentuck The condition of tbe ollerings Kiticaid is the correspond by Gtorge Wilkes for 7600 A syndi- any previous coulest aud the German routinue remarkably good considering ian the time an ex nt of the Louisville Times and cate of gentlemen living at Danville were Liberals 224 100 votes while on the ceedinglyof year February wm Louisbuiy month for the Taulbee is a lawyer who formerly the purchasers and the horse will at once coutrary the Cartellers lost a round ville tobacco marketsales for the mouth million aud tbe Center party 2tKt57 aggregating 14642 hhtU represented the mountain district enter the stud The following quotations farly rep Anson E Alvord Bvracuse N Y has votes It was a revolution with a big R An ill feeling has existed ever An Emiueucedog when he dee baik rt sent our market for Burley tobacco I have five highly bred stallions since kincaid telegraphed the in- sold to Becrman Bros Berlin Germany crop of 1889 which 1 wish to farm in Miidi on coun Â¬ for exportation to that country the bay can bark louder aud longer with less formation relative to Taulbees Trash Dark cr damaged tobacco ty for the season ls9i on Most lihertd terms None but responsible parlies connection with a scandal several mare Lady Whitefoot foaled 18S1 bred iutermissiou for the responsive bark of 1 00 to 300 Colory Trash 350 to 750 need apply See the borwa at Fair Taulbee has repeated- bv J Lock wood Lodi N Y by William neighbor than auy doggone set that Commou Lugs not colory 350 to Ground Stables before March Court M Rysdyk 5703 ton of Rysdyks Ham disturbs the midnight hour iu any ly imposed upon Kincaid and O H CHEXA1LT dav bletonian dam Nelly by Matthews Black other iiuarter of the globe Well risk 500 Colory Lugs 600 to 1000 37 s iiKn the day named pulled his Hawk Lad v Whitefoot record is a a trifling bet on this Const ilutioualist Common Leaf 700 to 8 50 might naturally- - have Price 6000 Live Stock Record 2i84 Medium to good leaf 900 to 1300 A little sou of B T Hinton of Rog Â¬ t cted he got shot While Good to fine fillers 1300 to 1700 Judge Kincaid is by no means a Jas E Clay of Marchmont Stock Farm ers Gap Scott county met with a pecuSelect or wrappery tobacco f 17 00 to lmljy being one of the mildest hat sold to J II Thomas Marion O a liar accideut He was standing in the 26 50 stallion colt by dam 4G Wiggins Block Cincinnati O mannered men in America he is yearling by Nutwood for Aberdeen ohn T stable door when a colt kicked the door and the little fellows head was caught Aitura 1500 ol that ipeetiag and de Hughes has sold to Mr Smith of Chica- between the door aud the casemeot Can refer to bulldttam successfully tTlADE MARK termined kind who will shooi go his premium horse Coachtine for indicting a terrible wound which laid erected in Richmond Mavsville Mt Sterling Winchester and Owing ville when such becomes necessary ERADICATES BLOOD POI- Â¬ 6 5 4250 Mr Hughes has taken 1500 in bare tbe skull from the crown of tbe EWEl SON AN BLOOD TAINT premiums on him He also told to the bead to the eye GtiittT Tate and I J Miller trustee At Sbelbyville Howard Hall a and creditor of the Archbishop and same party a grey gelding for 500 Paris young man of 20 who was jiftt recovrvtBAL bottles of Swifts Specific fSSS Klward Purcell have filed two suits in Record entirely my of The fastest combined record o tire ering from a long and serious sjiel I of LXd poisoncleansed very systemtype conaious miati to recover tbe amount found of the orst Having closed out my grocery and Wit S Loonis Shrevepor La to be due from AsHiuee Manuix One and son is that of Robert McGregor sickness by mistake took a laige dose gone on the road I desire to wind up and Bonnie McGregor 2 1 and of iodiue and crotou oil thinking it euit was hrPMM in tbe J B Purcell tle business My accounts are in the hands of J D Fekney for collection aMigiimetit Tbe bondsmen of Manuix the fastest combined record for tire and cough mixture he bad deeu using He CURES SCROFULA EVEN Please pay him IN ITS WORST FORMS in tun- - puit were H H Hoffman aud daughter U that held by Guy Wilkes lingered iu great agony uulill 9 oclock 35 40 L T WILSON and Lillian Wilkes Mitbaf Clements The other suit is 215 217V Saturday night wbeu death put au eud 9 and his son Prince to his suflerings fur flo7710 the amount due ou the Brown Hal 212 T HAD SCROFC in 1WM and cleansed my 1 system tn it by taking seven pacers beat the two McKdward Purcell assignment The Hal 2i6J The Winchester Democrat says The bottles of 5 I have not had any symp Gregors and Sidney toros vr and his daugh- quarry of lithographic stoue in E till C W Wilcox bouawiiu in this suit are John Hoi SparUnbux S C laud Chan Stewart aud Michael WalttU ter Gold Leaf 21 11 beat Guy Wilkes couuty iu which Winchester parties Home grown China hemp seed guar- Â¬ and his daughter And the eldest of the are largely interested will likely be actions are to recover tie looses anteed new for nale For price etc HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF U I DOUGLAS address frau the bondsmen aa the petitions four pacers is not quite eleven years of worked the present summer This is CASES OF SKIN CANDER Lexington Ky MMrt that Manuix is io California and age Kentucky Stock Farm only lithographic stoue ever disthe STEELE BROS Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases nailed Alcrvon by Alcyone won 21500 last covered in America aud the owners tne 37 44 SwnriMEciricCaAtlinUQa Varnalltou Ky HOW THE LEGISLATURE BINS HAVE YOU READ OF THE FATE THE COURT HOUSE TV H I 9 T TJ McGINTY tt of Â¬ Vf r IT tmmwmwm wj r L A T TT I r inEWAREof See1 K D ow Â¬ ll MK Â¬ But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware -- of- YOU CAN AVOID HIS FATE Â¬ si Tie dnit Fitzpatrick Phelps ST I ENG s WINTER GOODS PLOWS IN TOWN CONSIDERING Cutlery THh fKitis ar H I r 0 K BAIE is the Bfist Stove Bit tie 1 Â¬ 4- rr Big Injun Plow 1 I D If II 1 MS Â¬ aui THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL 1 Html ii Mist kj Ftitt U Ifcj -- Â¬ Â¬ - por Wagon HARNESS AVI TOO TS and HANDLE ALL - FARMING AND GARDEN li OF IMPLEMENTS pertajis Wc keep on hand for inspection a namber of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes J Ub 1 CCJMll nuke AND LOOK I VATICAN 22q TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY it LIGHT HALL i- Call and see our goods and price and we will suit you 1 FITZPATRICK PHELPS Â¬ VANDAL WILKES kxJi H J STRENG Dissolution Notice IN ORDER TO CLOSE OU HEAVY CLOTHING Â¬ SUITS OVERCOATS Â¬ Â¬ And Other Heavy Goods of Our Line Â¬ WE ARE MAKING VERY CLOSE PRICES WE ARE ALSO RECEIVING AN ELEGANT LINE OF Â¬ Fruit I IM Â¬ EARLY SPRING SUITS a LATEST EASTERN STYLE 1 Â¬ Â¬ Pay at Once Three and Four Button Cutaways Frocks and Sacks Single and DoubleBreasted Prince Alberts ALL AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES store Hotel Glyndon tanking you for past favors we extend you a cordial welcome to our new Dont forget the place for we have moved to 220 West Main Street near For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE STALLIONS COVINGTON MITCHELL Â¬ -- L O OK CLOTHING AT TH I S GOODS Â¬ Â¬ TO FARM CRAPSEY- THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF furnishing Â¬ Â¬ L CLOTHING J f ft Arcliitocts BROWN Â¬ Â¬ SETTLE UP BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND GAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND M I Intend to Sell Them at Some Price 1 Â¬ 2i4 Â¬ HEMP SEED Â¬ W A POWELL p m Y Hll S3 ofierfc s ESfE r iey i V b f Waters miles of road throu oi difficult coun the Worlds Fair it it had been givrh The 8tHnforil Jiurmil 8 y Jfyou want tfl ofty snlfcy aurr J Three Mr R Tate Irvine whom we recently A week age people along Kentucky try People on the line wifMhe project to the use of the Worlds Fair Committee notices of intention to apply for litju r buggy or carriage call on Dotjeisou as - Kaxch 5 1690 announcedhas having located at Middles- - River began to realize that an unusually The bridge over the Ohio will be the most an I the commencement of the work on eense are up in town for the next for he baa the latest best and cheapest borough removed to Big Stone Gap high tide was coming On Thursday the difficult part of the work to accomplish tiie Cathedral wa- - bought thereby to have Countjr Curt and Hit- - probability t 6- Va In writing about the place he says river was about as high as the oldest resi- Were such a road built it would be a val- been postponed lor several vears Now will be here in May that at noon next Mondiy the saloon KorepaugrT circus I am greatly pleased in every way There dents It iftBltit ont that the retiring treasTISTH AIfVAL EXIUBITIOS TO BE HUB AT had ever know h it On Friday it uable feeder to the Jcffersonville Madison the prospect is that ground will be broken cysienj will take the place of the diug urer of Mississippi if tty400 short in big money to be made here by those was higher perhaps than it at tle Court House Monday and Indianapolis and would make a line next year In the Trinity building archi store and Lliml tiger Fitzpatrick has been since who have the nerve to put in All the Daniel Boone disebveied his accouuts it Some claim fifty mills shottcr than any existing cine tects are at work cliilv making drawings night Richmond boys who invited recently Csmbination Sale that it was a few inches higher in 1817 between Lexington and Indianapolis Advice to Mathers and preparing plans for he Cathelral Mle of ton lot at Middlcsborough will make nice money DmcrtlMraldalwaya The following stakes and purses but others say not Seventy five head of well bred horses beMrs Wntsuws SouTHmoratting teeth It re The incorporators ol the Danville Rail- using the four prize plans as a basis of oaed when children are See ad Big Stone Gap is regarded by persons Usvm the little nSnerot once ltprodnceaiMtaral Friday it began falling tp toward headwanted for the Madison Cotlnty Com The plans alone cost 55000 road Company met Friday at the Boyle their work MMtslsep and the little t herabswiUnu bright Ortice for rent suitable for lawyer or of extensive observation as a desirable waters and by Sunday the entire river to National They all contemplate the use of the finest bination Hale to be held at the Fair as a Mrtti il ft is very pleeint so taete It Bank and effected an organizasnftrn the gnau slUysall pin place and one that will expand to wide its mouth was on the downward not aw the eh loctor See ad scile tion W L Caldwell was elected Presi- granite such as is put into Government Ground on Fkiday thk 2nd day regu Istes the bovreie and is the beet known remedy TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR proportions Two years ago we met John for diarrhoea whether arising fforfl ftSBSt OI Great damage has resulted dent I W Proctor Vice President and buildings at Washington louses A boat load of salt from Kanawha for John Jacob of May 1880 Have already received other causes Tweaty flve cents a bottle R Proctor our State Geologist and the barnes STAKES bridges fences and quantities of John W Yerkes Secretary Astors interest in the Cathedral is very aliout twenty head of first claw stock Beattyville has parsed Ford A commit6 5 Best three In Ave eminent Charles Dudley Warner editor stuff in general were carried away Capt Jack Btewart the best live took or se tee composed of G W Welsh J W deep lie was indeed YTEASLryft STAZZS Sso added by T second only to Monday was the best Court day this of Harpers Magazine on their way home Indianas double headed baby which 4 30 CO riously damaged the Association J mile heats best two T The ferry house at Ir Yerkes C P Cecil and I A Cheek was Bishop Potter in urging on the preliminary auctioneer In Kentucky will be in at See Capt Bulls report w inter from a tour of Eastern Kentucky and jfine the Drowning was born last June died iu a museum in three Creek bridge the appointed to wait upon the officials of the steps for the Cathedral and had expected tendance Entries coe the 7th day of TO 3 XBVXITE STAZES For i year olds oO 00 R Maupin has been appointed Tennessee and Western Virginia and store house and barn at mouth of Tales Louiville k Nashville Kailioad Company to spend two or three milliops of dollars April For entry blanka apply to Mr at Buffalo Mr 200 added bv Asociation mile heats TV There are many accidents and dis alerat Whites Station this county they expressed the belief that Big Stone Creek and the saw mill at Riverside alt and arrange the flrelimirtary details for to put an Astor memorial in the church M B Arbuckle or 8 B White best two in three To 1000 00 Gap was the most advantageously locaied gone eases which affect Stock and cause se 1 H HsUB beginning work upon the new road as soon His interest in the Cathedral made it cer Five pr 7 o Benson the temperance orator will lec- - everything considered that they f7 5i to accompany nomination rious iiicotiveuience and loss to the far had seen It Ford suffered extensively WaLLkH BKJtNBTT Numbers of as the vote is taen upon the subscription to be tain that between his bank account and per iurvday and Friday mer In his work which may bequh kly payable July 1 5 and 10 additional to tion paid on d persons went down from Richmond to The sentiment seems to be so largely in the Trinity church millions there would start to be paid on day preceding race A Dialogue femedled by the use of Dr J H Mi rek Corn seed oats and ship stuff at the 27 35 Volcanic Oil Liniment Ford on Thursday Friday and Sa urday favor of the road there is hardly a doubt be no lack of funds for the work when Five to fill and three to tart all purses The stakes and pwres are to be d Mr Dixon is a warehouse of W K Letcher Co at Leans of Rev L to and instructive letter An interesting Sixty per cent to first 2 per cent to second and Ij per cent to third as follows see the great expanse of water Mr L of the tax being voted by a decisive ma once begun It is said that his son and K C Depot II Blanton this place A paris special to 36 37 Oov McCreury lias obtained the con i The rules of the National Trotting Hore Association hail govern all ti ir Representative at Frankfort Schlcgel the artist went down on Friday jority consequently it is well to be pre heir William Waldorf Astor intends to the Couritr Journal says The House Committee on Territories sent of the War Department for the Any horse distancing the field or any part of it shall be entitled to first nsone here in this issue Entry Blanks furnished on application Last night Mr and Mrs E M Dixon and photographed the scenes from dfler pared for immediate work upon the road carry out his fathers wishes in respect to has Address all communications to decided to report favorably on the railroad to bridge the Keutucky River New York Telegram I SHELBY IRVINE President Secretary M B ARBUCKLE tlm Ti session oi the Philalcthean Socae were out galling until 1030 oclock cnt points of view He obtained excellent as soon as this most important question is the Cathedral at IrssW admission of Idaho as a Slate p oclock A little push and energy might Thirteen and after returning home and retiring results as the pictures displayed at his settled RicifwoND Kentucky 3S 4 INION CITY Hume are agents for first Buruam v Children will freely take Dr J H nioJ ipeaheard some one in an upper room and the gailei and at Howards in Ford attest give us this new road in time for the Fair McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm un class insurance companies Try them Eleven houses in Ford and along Up the An effort should be made to do so Dan- Â¬ Tlie mud is nearly as high here as the like cough synipj it contains no opium already been following dialogue is said to have taken have 33 32 river to Riverside were lifted from their ville Advocate A Big Lot of loimplss ca Hard water was in Doylesville last week will soothe mill heal any disease of the Neale and Bennett Cotu- - place 6 SCHArHACSrN foundations and three or four parted their Wile There is none one up stai Wednesday Mr H E Huntington throat or lungs quicker t 1111 anv other Maj md ZTa-ilcr Messrs J W Denny and Jas Colter remedy 27 99 COME AND LOOK AT THEM Hiieham Whats the things woith in cables and left The saw mill at River- Â¬ Genera Manager of the Kentucky Cenof McLean III who have been on a visit Over r Taylor was unclaimed In the Post Mv RemalnliK side a mile above Ford was demolished tral Mr that room Clias L Brown General Freight here at their old home left on Monday All the Nashville street railway lines Office at RlchtnotHf Ky week ending I will make you a suit fTOBl 20 Tip at the OBrien hang- and carried off The extensive lumber Agent for same Judge Whittaker Wife About 100 an at for McLean They were accompanied by were yesterday consolidated and that March 4 1890 nakcs the filth hanging he has tO 50 according to the goods and Husband Do 011 suppose I would risk yard- at Ford were fearfully demoralized torney of Covington and Judge William Mr VV W Bonny who goes to make city will have within thirty days fifty Barrick Nannie Jones James trimmings Single paii of pant from and much of the lumber escaped It will Lindsay President of the Kentucky Midlife against an armed burglar for 100 Barnett J A niv Johnson Jeflf miles of electric road with a single Satisfaction guaranteed 15 5 up to require weeks of time and numbers of men land passed over the Midland from Frank- it his home May the world wag well with Bailey Walter 3 King Kobt Wife Why haent you got a 15000 I v i Planters Ware- tare to and from all points in the cor him 8 41 Lakes Tommie M i ss Clairy Mike to restock the lumber The mills were up fort to this city in Mr Huntingtons priie KvtolJ for C N Fitlife insurance policy t poration Combs James Cox Lewis W D SPEEDWELL vate car on a tour of inspection of the week three hogsheads leaf Finally Mr Dixon slipped out of his to their eaves in Water bit not milch damMason Washington Dunlavy J E Dr IP YOVR nACK ACHES Ebige Bcttie Morgan Henry window and obtained re enfotcements aged Teventy five barrels of cement and road and it is hinted by Directors Thomas Or you ire all worn olit really soorl for nothing at io 1750 15 25 it tl general drilftv Try Ogburn Robt Embry Bettie A turnpike from Waco by way of Speedand Ferguson of this city that the con- Â¬ from his neighbor W A Johnson but 200 kegs of powder were lost BROWS JRO KITThRS Danville lias lot bv removal her two Lew M Roberts Wm II The water lacked only fifteen feet of struction company which is principally well to Kingston will be talked up the It wfll cure you nd give n cxl aipeiite Sold Fiatigher F St Co Royce Eula Lee Fuitar E lineal physician Dr John- - neither residence contained a weapon reaching the bridge The bridge at by all dealers In medicine Clays composed of directors is in a tight place coming summer T le two gchtemen asceaded the stairway Ferdtje Chharlev Runvon Nannie 9- wlio has located in Cincinnati with Fwrdyce Alice Mrs Ryan PO and is fixing to sell the road to Mr Huntand as they staited into the room where the Ferry was only three feet above water A debating society has been formed Dr Ramev and Dr McMurtrv who has A number of girls from Scotland have Gentry Jake The old log house at Clays Ferry just ington There are five of the nine direc- with headquarters at Prathers store The Simmonds Eddie burglar had been hearj he darted from ile Tillons Dave arrived at Georgetown to work in the Hampton O H to the right of the Fayette end of the tors of the road in sympathy with the subject for another room down the steps he flew and discussion next meeting is Hall John Tribble David bridge went away an J so did the old Al V ill Remain Frankfort people and they have the con- -- Who was Billy Patterson and how hard cordage factory which haa just been Headley made his escape in the darkness and nothPowell Thomas Andrew erected there lred Thompson house opposite Bear Run trolling vote Hogan Jennie Miss Vaughn A R It is firmly believed here was he struck Traynor has rented the Fair ing has been heard of him Mr H Williams Turner Hocker that has stood for many years Ruful that Mr Huntington will buv the road If you sutler pricking pains on mov Hubbard Randel Grounds stables and will continue the Messrs C L Tipton Thomas Million Fit iat rick s Spedarnlar W R Hudson Watt reg Shearers barn on the Isom place at and push it on to Salt Lick on the C ing the eyes or cannot bear bright training business here at Richmond istered On Monday night next at the Court- Four Mile Ferry with corn and tojacco O and then extend it to the cannel coal Wm and John Black have returned from light and find your sight weak and Jackson J F r sod move the people dont a trip through Jackson Laurel Owsiey failing you should promptly use Dr J Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 v house in Richmond Fitzpatriekn Rip Van is gone The old Albert Davis store house fields of Morgan county A few think Money order and registered letter waul a first class horse man to leave H McLeans Strengthening Eve Salve M Winkle Co will appear for the first time at Doylesville is among the missiig at that it will be completed to Mt Sterling Lee and Estill counties in search of cat- 25 cents a box hours prompt 7 A M to b P M 27 39 tle They made no purchases as cattle Srhafhausea in this country It comes highly endorsed that point The old J H Powell f tore to connect with Mr Huntingtons coal J B WILLIS p m cheaper here than in those counties A boat with 10000 bushels of coal be Â¬ Mr IS Schafliaucu the tailor over and promises an entertainment worthy ol house was lifted from its foundation The road but Capt Thomas thinks not It is are We call your attention to our new and select stock of Last week The CUM x chronicled Mr longing to Green Spring Distillery An corner Main and patronage Dillinghams store top of the counter was the highest point his opinion if the road changes hands county sank near Frankfort ur attention to The street parade call ill be immense ever known since the days of Patrick that it will be pushed to the cannel coal W H Batess marvelous luck in pigs This derson week I announce the production of six some prices elsewhere in todays issue brass band dogs in wagon demons with Doyle near half a century ago fields in Morgan from the simple fact that Rich- Â¬ A Dice convenient and commodious John Q lambs by two ewes on the farm of Mr C is a tine tailor and gives satisfaction forked tails chariots red cars and lie The old Lewis Eads house on the Mad c c it is nearer there from Salt Lick than from carries im- Â¬ office corner Main and First Street up mond Ky Mr Thompson Keene near The play to be presented is a superb ison side just below mouth of Muddy the end of the coal road leading out from L Tipton stair this place Formerly occupied Client Union City has six ewes with thirteen mense stocks of Salt Lime lyric and scenic production of Washington Creek was carried away It was a log Mt Sterling by W B timid as a law nfiice Suita is known that the ConIt Walker are delivering to the Irvings Turlev lambs It is said that the number of twin Cement and ble for lawyer doctor dentist engineer kiyl of the Katskills Rip Van house and probably 75 years old the struction Company is in a hole from the Co this warehouse of W R Letcher or for any similar purpose Winkle The Kentucky Union bridge azross fact that the Chattanooga company which lambs this year is unusual Machinery Im 3b- place a consignment of 2500 bushels of William M Irvine This company has its own superb sceneNorth Fork of Kentucky River was torn was to take the contract for building the Sulkies Gear and Benton at ry wheat It is for Rucker DHYLESVILLE The famous Knickerbocker Band down and the subscriptions of Clark and road East from here has flickered out The price paid is 75 cents per the best line of Groceries in AUCTION Auction AUCTION discourses classic music and will precede Fayette counties may lapse before it is re- claiming that they couldnt get money to el Mr Wm Reeves Sr is convalescent Madison National Hank the At 113 West Main Street next door to the performance with a grand concert built buy the right of way The old ConstrucSaturday morning at 10 oclock I Mr Charles Eades is very low with 41- The band is directed by Prof Fritz late The Christian church at Nonesuch in tion Company which made the road to will sell the entire stock at 206 W Main NEW J tOnS ol the latest styles and at prices that will please you fever He is a double cornet so jessamine county was washed awav Street consisting of Clothing Boots fames Martin and J I Fmbrv of Sil of Germany this point didnt make any money conse Abraham Lincoln the seveuteen-year-ol- d Shoes Hats Caps and Gents Furnish B Bridge at mouth of quently they got enough of it and wouldnt Mr and Mrs Raymond Shearer are including Ladies Shoes The R N I Also full line of eekgot into an alteication Court loist son of United States Minister i ig Goods Mr George W Paige will impersonate Tates Creek stood solidly and the water contract to build any more of the road very low with La Grippe Martin day over a business transaction 10 to 12 a M from 2 Sale from Robert T Lincoln is djngeroudy sick and Mr lacked Ic feet of reaching it had a pistol and Embry a knife Martin the venerable Mr Van Winkle to 5 p St aid 7 at night II A Abner and Jas Linter left Tues Theiefore it is safe to predict that in a Persons who lead a life ol exposuie will take the part of B BERLINSKY Propr Captain Dugan of Frankfort came few days some new move will be made day for Bloomington 111 May they proswas cut in the hand and side They were Joe Fitzpatrick are subject to rheumatism neuralgia Cap Fekkill Ancr It from Beattyville to Ford in a skiff and and the road will no doubt pass into new per and do well d and gave bail in the sum of vo Derrick Von BccVman ami lumbago and will mid a valuable At the Court house Monday night says he counted along the river between hands Paris News each The wounds are not serious remedy in Dr McLeans Volcanic Mr William Reeves lost a valuable March ioth the points mentioned one hundred and Grey Eagle stallion died from Oil Liniment it will banish pain and A rfpinninp 27 39 subdue inflammation PERSONAL Reserved seat tickets at Stockton eight flooded and abandoned houses effects of lung fever Come and see us look at OCR tOODS price them anI Messrs Neale and Bennett adverise in Brooks The damage at Beattyville was great Howard Hall aged 21 years son of M r Shelby Jett left last week for BreathThe Misses Irvine of Anchorage are todays Climax for seventy five horses A new firm with new goods are worth see us up generally Ninety thousand logs escaped from Beat Toliarro Wm H Hail the Shelby county shortitt Jackson Lee an J other mountain coun visiting at Dr L H Blantons for their Combination Sale on Friday horn man took crotou oil liniment by S Phelps Co Planters Tobacco tyville but 50000 of them were caught ties in behalf of his distillery Respectfully Mav nd 1S9O Read the announcement Miss Hardin of Harrodsburg who was mistake and died Warehouse Louisville say During the in Ashers boom at Ford Asher has Mr 1 Frank Lanter has rented two- think about it and enter your horse Col Miss Logan has gone home entire month of February the buying ca probably ten acres of logs in his bcxm the guest of Physicians prescribe Dr J H Mc thirds of his farm to A J Tracy for Jack Stewart the great live stock auc- - pacity of our tobacco market has been Representative Robert Hills resicence Mr A Yelton and wife of Covington GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT including tobacco land at 30 per Leims Tar Wine Lung Balm in it 31 will be present Lets have a big severely tested the continuous soft weath- Â¬ and storehouse at Beattyville were both are visiting the tatters father Mr Y M I hey find no trace of opium or morphia W H Kinnaird Admr of J SSGill acre sale while its efficacy in curing all throat or er has been so very favorable for stripping submerged and the contents greatly dam Ballard and Guardian for faid Gills 27 39 Mr Horace Wells left last week for lung diseases is wonderful and handling that the consequence has aged Mrs Lizzie Crow and daughter Mis heirs Plaintiff fhanrc af Fir Jetts distillery at Doylesville Mc Ruth of Richmond arc visiting Mrs Lucy Topeka Kansas where he will be present against When nature falters and requires been unusually heavy receipts of new toMr Z Rice has said his interest in the 37- Guires distillery at Shearers Station Welch on Pine Street Danville Advo- at the marriage of his cousin Mr Oscar help recruit her enfeebled energies Maigaret Gill ami others Defendants shoe house of Wallace Rice to MrJ E bacco which added to the large amount and Curleys distillery in Jessamine were By virtue of a judgment of the Jar Parke They leave at once for Los Angeles with Dr J H McLeans Strengthen cate er raid Circuit Court in the above styled C Boggs and the firm name will hereaf old that has been sold during the month all submerged and badly damaged California where he will make his future ing Cordial and Blood Purifier 27 has made an aggregate of 15641 hhds bottle M Mrs Sain Brooks sojourning temporaaction rendered at its February Mr Rice will ter be Wallace 5 home Mr Wells is one of our most enThe warehoese and storehouse of Giles Prices aie stronger on all useful rich rily with her mother Mrs W II Todd ergetic young men The May field Monitor says that the term I will as Special Commissioner life for a spell Boggs Mr larm May success accom- Â¬ on heavy bodied red leaf as well as on all Saunders at mouth of Paint Lick the near this place is now the happy possessor gentlemen who signed Mj Henry S of said Court in said action on of Mr James Howard Boggs and pany him former full of corn the latter containing bright and colory sorts leaf lugs or trash of a fine boy bond for 5300000 are listed willi is just home from college Hales tobacco were swept away in good order and properly assorted over 5700000 of property The people Tussday 1390 The new firm mean to make things KITHTOS Mrs D A Shanahan gave a charming April pried and handled these grades have of his section are very proud of hia p hum card party to her guests Misses Shanahan shown an advancing tendency for the last pointmeut as State Treasurer and McDonald of Louisville at the Hotel John Gay is down with typhoid pneuFORMERLY THE- four weeks and to day close with the Caart Day On the premises that Is at the lots to Thursday night monia Glyndon Many Persons highest prices of the year The medium be sold in the city of MlPDIESnoK E Bush auctioneer reports good Arc broken down from overwork or household J M Longs little boy Raymond is The Georgetown Times writing of the Bell cares crowd in town and money easy About grades are now showing a stronger feel Iron Bitters irowiis aids iiirestion removes ex- olfiiihighest CountybestKentuckyat sell to hop recently given at that place mentions ciuite sick public bidder and the pecially the short smooth red leaf rebuilds the system cattle on the market 200 changed A projected road is to begin at Norfolk Mis Mollie Fife Richmond white silk outcry the following property to wit cess of bile arid cures malaria Get the cenuine Robert son of Win Roberts is very and lugs with fair body and substance hands Common cattle Soo pounds sold A number of valuable Virginia pass through the counties bordhand embroidered white gauze low with consumption All common and nondescript sorts have The Nicholasville Journal says at 3 25 heifers joo pounds sold a ering on the State of North Carolina Prof W D McCiintock of Orange Town Marshal W S Scott sold last There is a Grand Army Post at Gilead to 3 cents yokes of cattle changed hands ruled easier during the month the prevail- proceed through Tennessee and Arkansas FIRST DOOR WEST OF FARMERS BANK New York and Rev E 11 Pearce of with about twenty five members Monday at public sale 29 town lots in ing feeling is now better on all types and S at per yoke a large lot of broke thence to the Indian Territory and to Danville were here the first of the week Does the liest and suarest advertising of any house in Mrs Katie Douglas is slowly recovering NichoUsville for taxes They were muies on the market but no sales some grades of tobacco and it is generally con New- Mexico attending a meeting in the interest of the under the skillful treatment of Dr ceded that the relative quantity of fine all with the exception of five bought We do not mean on paper for mond Fain lag horses at Ijotof The best Court All the bridges between Richmond and Kentucky Chautauqua which convenes in in by the town goads will prove scarcer than was supposed cheap but we do mean by wa day this winter Bogie Brothers sold during the months Beattvville were let to contractors on the summer In Middle3borough Bell county Ken Lexington Observer at the beginning of the season Donelson has a quantity of new sul tucky towit of January and February 183s dozen of Monday of last week The entire line The Cold Saap Mrs J F Stone is in Cincinnati at eggs kies surries and buggies of the newest Madison County Fair Association between Versailles and Beattyville is now tending the openings of Spring Millinery The weather turned perceptibly colder ACTUAL VALUE FOR MONEY In Block 1101 N E one lot Our new Post master is alive if he is a and most popular patterns and at very no time will be lost Elsewhere in to days Climax appears under contract and and will select a stock of goods which on Friday and Saturday afternoon the 5- fronting on Petersboroiigh Avenue figures mail dont come he goes reasonable in pushing the road to a finish shall be first class in every particular She bachelor If the During the the list of stakes offered by the Madison thermometer stood at 22 Ihree lots fronting on Leinster W GUARANTEE to give you MORE FOR rOUB DOLLAR Countv Fair Af sociation at their annual Cincinnati has adopted standard time and The stone piers for the new iron bridge will be absent from home about ten days after it night it got down alout the middle of the Avenue than any house in town Call and see il this assertion is untrue It is a liberal over Houston being erected by the Ken On her return she will arange for two or Mr Sam Adams wants all the hands and it wnt into effect at noon Satur teens Sunday and Monday it hovered meeting next September In Block 1001 N E two lots offer and will bring the best horses tucky Central will be completed day Every city aud town in theUniou three opening days Due notice will be that he can get every day that it will do to among the twenties Ice formed to con The new railroad will have been com- Â¬ ought to adopt it aud then we would fronting on Ietersborough Avenue break hemp The iron work will be commenced given and all the ladies invited siderable thickness and had not the waters pleted before the fair and with five roads as soon as the Keller bridge below- - Cyn of time Paris and two lots fronting on the Av Miss Nannie Heathman is to open a have no confusion been so flush and warm a greater thickA Frankfort special of Friday to the enue North of said block News ness would have been attained The fruit concentrating on the fair ground people thiana is completed Paris News Miss Laura Clay spring school at the Roberts school house says Courier Journal can come from every direction Exposure to rough weather getting Surveyors from the Kentucky Certral was in the lobby this morning listening to soon and Miss Annie Douglas one at In Block 1002 N E four lots is damaged to great extent 24 Sheets 6 pound writing paper The grounds have been thoroughly re- offices were sent to Louisville to survey wet living in damp localities are fa Â¬ fronting on the Avenue South of Slick Rock the debate on married womans bill and vorable to the contraction of diseases of paired and the track is first class Twelve the route for a new railroad from that 12 Sheets heavy foolscap Ai Extensive Opening We have plenty of M Ds now Dr the kidneys and bladder As a pre- said block putting in a word with the Senators occa5c 25 XXX envelopes Sciuire William Willis opened his heart inches of earth is being placed on the city to Covington The route to be sur sionally in behalf of the measure She is Davis has returned from Cincinnati with ventive and for the cure of all kid In Block 1102 N E four lots 12V and up Ladies Hose and his dining room at one and the same track and no expense will be spared to veyed is the one marked out many y ars also urging prompt action on the bill for his sheep skin besides he captured two ney and liver trouble use that valuable fronting on the Avenue immedi5 8 10 and up Mens Socks time about noon on last Saturday and it put it in the finest condition ago by Col J J Landram and usually the appointment of female physicians in medals out of four that were awarded remedy Dr J H 1 McLeans Liver and ately south of said block and some 27 39 per bottle Kidney Balm The officers elected are as follows 10 and up Ladies Handkerchiefs was difficult to determine which was the known as Landrams route The new the female wards of the insane asylums One on surgery and on botamv fractious of lots lying back of this r 5 3 5 and up largest the generosity in the one or the President 1 Shelby Irvine Vice Presi- road will connect with the main line of The bill is hanging up in the Senate ComA spring gun set in his barn at Spring do Gents block A Pleasing Sense turkey in the other dent I Speed Smith Second Vice Presi the K C at Milldale Hill Mo for burglars killed the two do Heavy work Shirts 2a33 and up mittee on Charitable Institutions In Block 502 N E two lots A number of friends ladies and gentle- dent J Stone Walker Treasurer J E for 25c bride of George Dowell who Of health and strength reuewed and of months do Linen Collars It is sad that Col Bennett H Yourg is men gathered around the festal board Greenleaf Assistant Treasurer J A never happy unless he is building railroads ease and comfort follows the use of opeued the door without knowing of fronting on the Avenue south of 15c 2 for 25c do Cuffs do RELIGIOUS said block and were overwhelmed with the attentions Higgins Secretary M B Arbuckle DiHyiup of Figs as it acts in harmony the arrangement 25 cents 2 Gallon covered bucket His latest scheme is to build a road from rectors Dr T J Taylor W S Hume of Mrs Willis and Miss Emma Rev H T Daniels of the Baptist with nature to effectually cleanse the In Block 501 N E one lot Lexington to connect with the Norfors Si wind on the stomach Sick headache Embry James Noland C L Searcy J CLOSING OUT GENTS HEAVY UNDERWEAR AT COST Western road in Virginia to be known as Church this city is assisting Rev M D system when costive or bilious For biliousness natnea are promptly and fronting on Peterborough Avenue Supervisor af Ousts Dr Giles Harris W C Biggerstaff S A agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc Â¬ a corner lot and three lots front the Louisville Mt Sterling and Norlork Jeffries in a revival at the new East Bap- sale in 50c aud 100 bottles by all lead Deatherage W C Fitzpatrick Samuel Mr Richard E Wells has been appoint Leans Little Liver aud Kiduev Fillets ins on the avenue south of said -ing druggists Railroad though in reality it will be an tist Church Louisville which was dedi27 3 5c a vial ed Census Supervisor of the Sixth District Biggerstaff W C French Mr Jeffries will assist other extension of the Louisville South- Â¬ cated last Sunday block 3G- City Councilman W H Miller is A liberal premium list will be duly an The district is composed of Madison The Durham tobacco factory at Rich ern Mr Vernon D Price is to President Bro Daniels in a meeting here in April preparing a hill to empower the cor In Block 1 S E one lot frontBoyle Breathitt Casey Clay nounced Adair Bell Paris Kentuckian Citizen mond Va caught fire Saturday night of the new enterprise News jmration of Stanford to issue bonds to on Peterborough Avenue and An effort is making to purchase additionEstill Garrard Cumberland Clinton Co and ing destroying it Cameron The Rev Moses D Hoge D D yesGov Cantrell of the Kentucky Midthe amount of 20000 for the purpose 1 lot fronting on Chester Avenue Harlan Jackson Knott Knox Laurel al grounds thereby enlarging the space 220 Cameron Sizers factories loss land Construction Company was over terday completed his 45th year of service of erecting water works Lee Leslie Letcher Lincoln Owsley outside of the track and amphitheatre In Block 101 S E five lots 000 from Georgetown yesterday He says as pastor of the Second Presbyterian New streets will be opened in the vicinitv Russell Rockcastle Pulaski Perry Earl Wheelers flood Lack fronting Winchester Avenue and Church at Richmond Va It is theonly DRUNKENNESS LlQlOR HABIT In all rendering approach easier and more pleas- Â¬ that trains will commence running regu- Â¬ Wayne and Whitley counties two lots fronting Peterborough Ticket No 98455 drew the capital larly from this place Monday and perhaps charge he has had and he its only pastor AND CLOSE ALL SWITCHES FOR THE the World there is bat One Cure We do not know in what county the ant Avenue prize of 600000 in the December draw- Â¬ before He also says that a contractor is A great public demonstration marked the Dr Haines Golden Spec inc Supervisor resides ing in the Louisiana State Lottery are to Jo 01 a Boon Stanford Journal jSth In Block 102 S E four lots in Frankfort It can lie Riven In a cup of tea or coffee seeking the contract for anniversary without tin- knowledge of the person ta king Now that the winter is well nigh spent building the road I rum here to North Mid Life of Henry VY Grady Years ago when the new Methodist One fortieth of this ticket was held by it effecting a speedy nisi perinimeut cure fronting on Chester Avenue and is h moderate drinker or whether the He did not name which route Church was built in Cynthiana a debt of Earl Wheeler living at No 69 Grove mi alcoholic patleut Thousands of drunkards four lots fronting on Winchester Miss Mary Pattie of this place is agent and the Three Forks road nearing Waco dlelown wreck Street iu this city A Democrat re Â¬ have been cured who have taken theUoldeu Avenue that town is preparing to take on a good if any had been decided on between here 1300 remained on the hands of the comfor memorial volume of the late distin Â¬ Specific In Iheir coffee without their kimvvl stout boom along with the other boom and that place Paris News mittee The church had been severely porter to day called upon Mr Wheeler ftloa and to day think they quit drinking of guished editor of the Atlanta ConstituIn Block 1 one lot on the coraud learned that the ticket had been their own freewill No harmful efteel re It is writ towns tion Henry Wood fin Grady A bill was introduced in the Legislatire taxed to build the edifice and in order to sult from ita administration Cures guaran- ner of Peters borough and CumberOn last Silurday the Waco Mining asking for a charter for a new Kentucky secure funds to pay off the remaining debt placed in the hands of Hanker J Vel teed Send for circular and full particulars ten by that pleasing author Joel Chandler land Avenue and three lots frontAddress In confidence Golden Sfecikic t o and Manufacturing Company held its an railroad to be known as the Lancaster it was proposed to present a 50 cane to der Morris for collection aud Agent B 186 Kace St Cincinnati O 17 16 The dedication reads as follows Harris ing on Cumberland Avenue F Oliver of the American Express B J Clay was Looking forward to the realization cf the nual election of officers Middlesborough Railroad Com- Â¬ the most popular man in Harrison county McKee Co W C P Breckenrlde was the The sale will continue from day to Company paid Mr Morris the amount loftv purpose that guided our messenger re elected President Bennett H Young pany The object of same is to build and the choice to be selected by votes and 15000 less 101 55 express charges only member of the Keutucky delega Â¬ day until completed of peace and to the splendid climax of Vice President C L Searcy Secretary operate a railroad from Burginin Mercer every person permitted to vote as often as TERMS The sale will be made on tion who voted to locate the Worlds Directors he wished provided he paid a stipulated on the 10th inst Mr Morris deposited his hopes and aspirations this memorial William Benton Treasurer county Ky through Garrard to LancasFair at New York It seems strange a credit or credits of 6 and 12 months in equal payments and the purchaser Hon T f Megib the amount in the Farmers National volume ol the life and service of Henry C D Chenault Thomas S Moberley ter Ky thence through Garrard county price for each vote he should have voted for the East as will be required to give bonds with ap Â¬ ben Hon Thomas V Ashbrook Caleb Bank in his own name at be request is dedicated to the peace James T Shackelford J- Stone Walker Woodfin Grady to Boones Gap Madison county thence proved surety payable to me as Special of Mr Wheeler The latter dislikes against the West Lexington Press unity and fraternity of the North and M Lackey O W Hisle L T Griggs to McKee Jackson county thence to Musserand Louis Pollmeyer were nomi- Â¬ Commissioner bearing 6 per ceut in Â¬ notoriety iieuce this roundabout pro Â¬ Are you restless at night and harass terest from the day of sale until paid South and to the progress and prosperity The best feeling prevailed and all parties Manchester Clay county and thence the nated as candidates by their friends It U e Dr J H Mc having the force and effect of a judgwas a hot contest the candidates leading ceeding That lie amount haa been ed by a bad cough a reunited country with one flag and agreed to leave nothing undone that would most practicable route to Middlesborough of received and that The Louisiana State Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm it will se ment with a Hen retained on the prop- Â¬ tend to advance the prosperity of the comas their names are mentioned Excitement one destiny in Bell county cure you sound sleep aud effect a erty as additional security for the pay Â¬ pany 27 39 reached a white heat and when the voting L ittery Company fulfilled its obliga Â¬ prompt aud radical cure ment of the purchase money The Memphis bridge now building ceased it was found that Megibben Flaral Mo Vitas The company is having the Tliornburg had tions Mr Monis verifies and his word For The Maryland Legislature has passed me atfull particulars call on or address will be the first bridge to cross the M s Middlesborough Hell Countv polled 5000 votes Ashbrook between 4000 cinnot be questioned -- Amsterdam N James Vick the famous seedsman of estate laid off in lots and the same are to a bill to re district the State for Con Â¬ Kentucky sissippi below the mou lb of the Ohio and W J KINNAIRD Y Democrat January 17 If A road is to be built from Rochester N V boa sent out his usual lie sold 5OC0 Musser 2Soo Pollmeyer 5155 gressional purposes It makes five dis- Special Commissioner Garrard Circuit catalogue as he has done forlo these many the Three Forks road or from Rich- but it will be remarkable for other reasons The net amount realized was 1300 the Mrs Belle Liuuey died in Boyle tricts Democratic Court 3S 43 Other schemes are It will have one span of 71 feet 5 inches amount of the church indebtedness The county ears But Mr Vicks catalogue grows mond to Waco and two of 610 feet and inch each in cane was presented to Mr Megibben He Far tester than the harsh treatinen larger and his variety of seeds bulbs and forming to aid the growth of the town of medicines which horribly gripe the The Singer Still on Top Col Bennett H Young and others have length A side from the Brooklyn and Niag- had previously given 1000 to the church plants grows greater as his years increase patient and destroy the coating of the His present catalogue con Â¬ leased the black oil privileges and have a ara suspension bridges the longest spans besides ioo toward the construction of in number The busitteas of the Singer Sewing stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills ever built The charter requires the bridge the new Christian Church in tains nearly a hundieJ pages and every large cargo of drills and other machinery Cynthiana Machine Company was larger last year aud Fever Cura by mild yet effective to be buit 75 feet above high water which As agent a gentleman in adjoinMaysville Bulletin than for ten years before aud so far action will cure Sold at 50 cents a ing county forhave for aale privately a pige profusely illustrated The book is a now on the way and a number of wells is I 22 feet higher than has ever been rel7 39 year is better than it was last Our bottle Warranted library within itself The rarest choicest are to be unk at once The defeat of New York for the Worlds this few shares of stock in the Madison Is on the main line and all others side tracked Makes the fastest time The flow of gas from the well already quired for any bridge heretofore built on Fair and the death of John Jacob Astor machines are improving year by year flowers and egetables in all the world are The Inter State Commission has de- National Bank and best connections of all SULKY PLOWS on the track Has free 37 38 O H CHENAULT Mr Vick of- Ivored continues strong and hope is still the Western rivers describe J in the catalogue have each an important bearing on the aud now are the simplest in construc- cided that the reduction in rates given jooo in prizes this year and by send entertained of striking a paying quantity The Indianapolis Journal says tion most durable aud best for the by railroads to theatrical companies is fers right of way on all lines and takes coal and water on the rur There prospects for the erection of St Johns Waco will doubtless be one of the most are good prospects that a railroad will be Cathedral the great 25000000 structure money of any machine made 10 cents for catalogue you will receive illegal 38 10 J F STONE the necessary information for entering the important points on the line between Lou- built within a short time from Lexington that the Episcopalians of New York conThe President baa sent the name of contest If you order seed the 10 cents isville and the seaboard when her gas Ky to Madison Indiana Men of ample template erecting under Bishop Potters WiUiam H Pope teller of the LouisE K Watkius to the Senate for con Â¬ Two nice rooms over Racket Sore Vick is a thoroughly oils sands clays paving stones and other means are said to be interested in the pro direction The site for the Cathedral is ville City National Bank will be deducted Where all the best FARMING HARDv has gone to firmation aa post master at Williams- suitable for Millinery Dressmaking ject It will require the building of 70 I part of the ground that was included minerals are developed reliable man Canada with 60000 of the banks money burg for the least money next door to Post Office Kent reasouablHILL MJ THE CLIMAX thange f- 1 ol Base High V4nsly j IILttiofi County Fair Issociation Â¬ RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO I9 I89O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH pcrs 1890 Â¬ Â¬ 1 M 1 Â¬ fon-in-la- Â¬ t n i Â¬ Â¬ - tea CO MoJ VORIES SCHOOLFIELD t Â¬ - New Clothing house1 lip Â¬ Office Taylor Hair for Rent Â¬ Â¬ Farm plements and best CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS Â¬ market te Â¬ Â¬ ld JH HATS IN GREAT VARIETY i COMMISSIONERS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ SALE li I Â¬ VORIES SCHOOLFIELD CO Â¬ 1 Â¬ RACKET STORE -- Â¬ Variety Store Â¬ BUILDING LOTS RECEIVED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TTJST LOOIC I t 45 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twenty-four-poun- d Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ctoomb ajsri siesies us jj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLEAR THE TRACK - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bank Stock for Sale Â¬ SOLID COMFORT gtT Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Rent - ip mi pope I Print Shows thvouW I EVOLUTION OP A GOV- Â¬ ERNMENT BANK NOTE Each press is provided wfth an auto Â¬ matic register and registers the number of sheets printed and this number must tally with the number of blank sh et number of drawn and also with printed sheets sent down to the examin-ing-rooThe Initials of to be counted the printer aro on the plate he uses and of course on every shoot ho prints and evon if a sheet is spoiled in printing lie is obliged to send it in When one side of a sheet is printed it pres to the and again through the wetting room beforo it receives its second im- Â¬ pression The only surface printing that is done on money is on the national bank notes On these the charter number IS printed by a Hoe pro s whi h also has a resis- Â¬ tor and if a number is printed on a d piece of plau paper It has to bo over wiih tiie money to make thins tally In the counting and examining room the money is counted and examined to see that every sheet is perfect by women who work wth the swiftness that only Ali errors are comes of long practice reported by the coo iters rrnd entcre In books Three clerks meet in the eun- mittee room in the afternoon each with on account of the work and if these ae- eouu - vary all the work rs stay until the three statements are verified This as strictly enforced if a sinsla cigar stamp is mi sing as If a S3 note is missing All the defective sheets found in the work are thrown aside afler counting have holes punch d thrnuch them to cancel these and rre sont to the treasury with the good sooner After th shorts have boon counted and examine i tii y aro at OU sd In racks which aro piled up AN EASTERN Bu-lne- THE 10 COMMANDMENTS Think Carefully and boy from us Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered 4 ork Diligently Until You Reach Our llace 210 W Main il Honestly Is Our Motto 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know v Buy Frequently If You Would Please vci Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim 10 PAY PROM1TLY Is Our Earnest Request 1 I 1 IS PLYMOUTHS OF LYMAN PULPIT TJEV toe year and TOT INSTALLATION The Tjong DR ABBOTT Oi new members were ilmlttea were dropped from th roll of reserved whom 022 are still held as a list They are not dismissed This leaves the total membership ou tho rolls WHERE MONEY IS MADE THE BLIZZARD tu e5vv rfMiaWrfyv Search for a Focreaaor to Beecher Ended The Founding of the Church Recalled Membership of Plymouth Church Henry Ward N K BT f -a- -a A Foli nOT AN DM EX IS they will ultimately lead you to success and and make us happv I MM SHACKELFORD DfcALLKS GENTRY IN ALL KINDS W N K DABDWABE STOVES TINWARE BODSK KNISUING GOt A Wapn Makers Toola and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS BAY BAKES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC MAIN iiYABE R sor of the departed founder of Plymouth church was formally installed at pistor with appropriate ceremonies Forty three rear aso ou a Saturday evening in May 47 a litte group of gentlemen gath- Â¬ ered In a private parlor in Lrooklyn jtul s for tiie purpose ol founding a now Congregational church Eight days later Ifaj lti the first ser- Â¬ vices were held in the small brick bnilding on Cranberry street which ind been occupied as a church by the fash- Â¬ ionable congregation of tho Rev Dr S II Cox The latter however had out- Â¬ grown Its aceommolatioiis i1 nd novel to a larger and finer edifice on Henry street Henry Ward celier a young vigorous minister who had recently arrived from Indianapolis wherf he had been pastor of a small church was invi ted to preach Mo r n i n 1 - Jan THURSDAY lfi the succes- Â¬ Jx iShwAVri A Visit to the Dareau of Engraving- - and Printing- - The Extraordinary Care tied to Prevent Lois and Theft of tnelo San It New Bills count-iug-roo- st -- KwW IKV A U C BEHHKM - The total number of members received into the church since the beginning at 1804 which is tho smallest number at which it ha- - stood in many yean crrl ETC LOOK FOR 216 W STREET AND YOD WILL FIND US SHACKELFORD Uu GENTRY 13- - hmoxo Kv July 10 1889 BOOT RING STILL IN THE AND SHOE HOUSE Mi HEItE VK COME AAIX WIIH A FRESH LOl OK CHOICE HI ENLARGED AND GroceriesREMODELED FOB THE NEW YEAR We handle the best of everything and give you the On account of the lucoriveiiience Dial will occur therefrom we have decided to sell out our enormous stock of luesi PIICIS d PwssiMe Boots Shoes HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS crowded the Iii building in every part The manat-e- lieilt of the church were delight ad with expert their BEKt HIT AT Si which had su stamped iipoii It from tho outot The new body was organised June S of the saine j ear and Nov 11 following Mr Beecher was pahliclT installed During the lottj jear- - of hi- - pastorate he made lh mouth church a national landmark With the largest membership of any clmnh in Brooklyn Plymouth attracted thousands from New York and other cities These thoagh always regarded a a Costing contingent were almost a- - regular sad frequently a numerous as the rangWigHluu th in elves The extraordinary presasre for seat- - necessi Â¬ tated the introduction of a rule under Which none but pewholders were allowed to enter the church until tea minutes before the hour of service For three years past this rule has not been rigidly enforced When tho question of choosing a pastor to succeed Mr Bjesehet earns up shortly cfter his death there arose a serious difference of opinio One fac- Â¬ tion among the members held that thero wa not in this country at the present time a preacher worthy of Idling Plymouth pulpit or who coeld stand upon the broad creed that had beeaaaa a part Of the churchs historv Accordingly an invitation was ex- Â¬ tended to the Rev a M Charles A Ilerrv of Wolverhampton Eng- Â¬ land a very talented vi atnghe that first Sunday t h to ii t tad on i Frederick C Manvel has long been tho of Pivmouth church anl was tho recipient of many of -- i Mr Beechers confi- Â¬ dences lie is an au- Â¬ thority on everything relating to the church Its cud missions Speaking recently of the apparent decline Mr in membership Manvel said WfTvl nats Sc anJrTELhayt Plymouth has done n o what probably Other church would has revised bo regarded as absolute members It has not dismissed anybody the names of thoe classified as reliable members aro on tho regular list und the ether names are held as reserves on a separate list The object in doing this was to put our membership on a practical basis There are few churches strong enough to do this but wo ore satisfied that it was a wise step stricken off the names of all who can not Its membership roll and attimpted It SICNOB Characteristic SALVIN1 AND SON Â¬ of the Tt7o Blea StrlX Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ figure one which has ever been prominent as a leader in stage art is that of Signor Tomasso Salvini tho groat Italian tragedian Gifted by naturo with a splendid physique a voico in keeping with his thews and sinev s Salvini was better equipped perhaps at tho com- Â¬ mencement of his career for the success which he has made than any actor who ever attempted tho interpretation of the heroic roles of fiction and history Coupled to theso physical advantages ho lias enjoyed tho necess vry mental capa- Â¬ bilities fully in keeping with them a man with a discursive disscctivo mind a man whose mentality comprehends at r glauco not only tho ca ieni points oj a details but tho bcautifnl tngly Similar A picturesque snd romantic USE OF THE sights of WrshinT ton is more int ing than the Bureau of Engraving and Printing whore all the paper money of the United States Is made and not only the money but all the bonds and rev Â¬ enue stamps issued bv the government The buildinff is a handsome one and stands not far from Washington monument and just at the edge of the Mall It is open to visitors on Saturdays only The chief of this important bureau Captain W M Meredith lias a practical knowledge of the work ho superin Â¬ tends for ho was for a hint time superintendent of the steel plate printing divi on of the Western Paul Note Com- Â¬ pany at Chicago which position ho re-Â¬ signed to enter the government service All the paper for the United States notes gold and silver certificates national bank notes bonds drifts revenue stamps and everything printed in this place is made especially for government govern the Tho ment gives out the- contract the paper is made at Dalton Mass every shoot is registered In the mills and not a sheet can he made that must not be accounted for to the government The paper is received at the treasury and from thero Is issued to tha bureau on a requisition which states what it will be u cd for Tho required number of sheets for each days use is sent from tho treasury to the bureau every day in a big iron van securely locked and in this van the print- Â¬ ed money and revenue stamps are soiit to the treasury every morning bat when these are carried their safety is made still more ur by two guards who swing on the back of the Wagon to prevent any bold depredations Every shoot of piper issued to the bureau is kept account of at the treasury and it is never for an in tanl lost trace of while It is D the bureau says Elizabeth A Tompkins writing to Frank Leslies illustrated Newspaper The first work ts the engravers and the entire face or back of a note is never Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- T r York City Neatly laralvied by a Suow Storm New York March d The heaviest snow- fall of the seaaon accompanied by a high wind has prevailed here since nightfall yesterday and at the present time there is no signs of abatement A large number of serious m cidents re- Â¬ sulting from falls on the sidewalks are reiKirteil from the various police st itions The snow has pretty and hospitals effectually blockaded the street cars and even elevated trains on exposed to the fury of the storm anil suffer severely The ferryboats are comiielled to proceed with great care About ten inched ol snow on the level has already fallen The signal office here report that New York is experiessolng the tail end of a blizzard which is howling off the coast to the north and east and that there i venr little snow south of here TheooH wave however prentjs y far south as In Tfew - HnpM srrmrrpe uimn twin ri BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen tral Kentucky to All Point- - N East West and South i b NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES FAST LINE BETWEE- N- Lexington Cincinnati 17th No i My vehicles are all new and of the Srheaaie la Efert lav very Intent pal terns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and SOUTtl BOUND Kx isun you wont go home without one 5- - h JOHN DONELSON Florida lied t lie ill v ail the Kidi - of which are lined pipes and here they remain ail nirht dr in in tho Afler the notes are nttmbero they are again counted and examined to lie sure ti numbers are all correct and in ex acty the place they ciiTht to be and to see that not a single sheet is missing I lie bcautifnl gloss and erispnesa that you cant help noticing and admiring when you handle new moneyis produced by hydraulic pressure The sheet are put between sheets of straw board and ulaced in the hvdrai lie nre s whore thev i i ui i puvjwevu ieu iiikii m i c Mf pressure After this they are separated from the straw bos rd shaken op coaa ted am examined again carefully put up in packages of a thousand Ie la each with sin between each hundred sheets tied At the ip and sent to the tioisury treasury they are counted as soon as they are r ceived the seal is put on the notes are separated put in packages of a hundred each and are ready to start out on th ir career of adventure in the busy i 1 Knglng in lin ton A heavy storm has Huston March been raging here since abottt I oclock Sundiy afternoon About eight inches of snow have fallen up to this hour Advices from points on Cape Cod New- Â¬ port Portsmouth N H New Bedford and other Conn Mass New Haven places reKrt the worst storm of the season First Snow for Many Year GOV March t A light SvvannaH snow fell here Sunday morning the first snow fall for inanv yean Ice formed la t n lit and vegetation generally is garoen blighted The damage to true crop- - canpot as yet be estimated but it is very large Coitl Weather for Floriia The St Ai iif TiNK Fla March thermometer last night registered at de- Â¬ grees alve zero the lowest piint reaohfii this season Great damage has btta dksae to tract tarsus by front and fear- - are entertained for the oran3 e crop o io i COAL CO ii i o i3 3Mt I have purchased the property of the snbl Company nod wilt keep on hand ail of the be t varieties of j inellllnll ovingtoii ilniouth Ive lyillhlioiii Arr 1nrls Arr Leitngtou I Ive Lvv Lve I lio J m Si8 am 944 S 1 L I Arr Iticbinonil Arr iine isler Arr Stnnfonl Arr Keren Arr Lie- Arr YVlnchoter e Iarts i 455 pn jo pm e Kicliiiioiel The yard is ea y of access IVr on desiring to haul their own coal will Arr not have lo evon tlie railroad Arr I respectfully rupiest a liberal pt ronage of the eiHaigUi of both county Arr Lve and city Ive IS- T S BRON8TON COAL -- NOUTH BOCMi Arr Ive Iiviii Ive Berea Kiclm V llic am a m J W MACKEY Gr L YTXT H -- WITH A Handsome -- Ive Ive Arr Arr Kiiliniiith Coving Uynthiana IlOl- - Iilieniiiatl MAYSVILLE BRANCH NOKTH BUCND I CONCERNING FARMERS Sheep sold at Phelps sale near South Eilvliorn in Knjette comity at S27 common awn Mr Pheips paid 4 ijr band for lltCM in November Jos Fitiley bought of Jan T fJrilliih ot Gallatin county 17 head of 2 year- oi mules next spring for l4o0 ten at 75 per bead and seven at Slut per head They are nice ones George- town Times Dan Smith and Alb rt Bridges ptir- chased last week in Madison county of Reuben Elkin a very tine three- year oil j ick one ttiat had taken pre- niiums at all the fairs exhibited They pabJ il ijOOMt Hterliog Gazette Chanical AT THE unti v ii O Kx stun wily k TNT Ive Ctaetaaalt Lve Covington -- Barber Shop and First - Class Barbers Arr Mllter btnn Jolin on M Ixlnttoii Pi 800 a m -- one Perfect satisfaction ijivetl to every 8ecial attention given to ladies Also to my country and children H BOCND LJ IZAt Sr TST Altogether they are counted some thirtv or forty time- - each counter puts a private mark on ev ry package that through her hands and the sys tem Is so perfect that if an error is dis covered It is g matter of but a few minutes to trace it Women of world layaviU friends John- I have moved my shop over to the arli le Hotel and I hope all will come to see Millerabarg Arr P me Yours very respectfully L 2t- JOEL W MACKEY 11 Pan- - jJo O Leaves lei I to K OF THE Â¬ a v V 5 USOPjGL P ll Congregationalistsnd UnBCS93eS K our unbounded thanks to our Urge list of customers who haw patronized us so liberally them as well and in the future a- - in the ft gJfS-Ju-t M glad to see new COSl Hagan Chenault irnett H- - GORMLEY mmi IgrNs i ihd LMLEY iiues A W their elegant hodse eor-reets ljiied 00 con- - by J P Uei drug Sales and Harness Â¬ MADE To ORDER of the rials and by the best workmen ling Blankets Bon Weight Sj ore Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collar Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck Harness Soaps ilor e Brushes Scrapers Carry Hiding and Driving Bits y Bridles Trace Chains Ham and everything coaapleti belonging to A and Jl stop Bpecialtj of Light Road Track Harness Ourmlev made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2-- - - oo ALL 41 W IRK 40 WARRANTED DR RICE j For 15 yean at Court Place now at nihii ilni it o --- t t irtW tajitM tml a nil WtUiiwui afi 8VI ITariia man Caial CaalaiM a alh f n aad Impctency rmtorrrn la jmh mmmt la at wtf m lt mt m Omt rmm Ba4 iIiIm mtmml tar alal evH aaar ar aahaaav Mau tia lai at Boa an SYPHIX IS aTiaaatklri ii AimaiHaMavarraaaaa tomm laiiiria law iial Ii aaiaaaaa W-Ja- r- - aaa Sanaa aaaaBWafaaaaa aaa aintaiaailtH ItjalaaDaHnt taaak aiiiaaniala1 naillO aaaraw Waal llafcni aaiill tl aaa arias ar an m Cu Gurautevd la all Caeaa M w IS- -- IT f T17- T -f f umi III liar llial an 1 mi Gonorrhea im iji ajlall lanlii alaa H I 1 Hirjiai iwi araaaj raaaua aaa aarnaaaaaasas ar tv laMar flat aa4 isrfc 4 aalaar aaaa OCaWaaiai Oft ama RaaUa a kr aaaaafeaitllLara PRIVATE COUNSELOR aauataay ma aiFiMawatlT aU aauji1 Alaai naln M u M BajQaaOaaWawVBajPa - aUafaaatPVvajgifl itaHBH agj j aBaaaaa351c3l5Hll many did not wholly satisfy the congrega- Â¬ tion who had become EEV LVJJAS AH nred dur i n g EOTT D D long years of member AT A ship to the matchless eloquence of a Beecher Then the Rev Lyman Ab Â¬ ENGRAVER AT WORK bott the editor of the Christian Lnion done by one man One engraver makes and one of the most advaaeed theologithe portrait another makes tho large From now until the builders begin and cal writers and orators of tho day was lettering another tho small lettering I r v invited From tho first his anoresi complete theii work another portoas of the border another seems to have been assured Since VT the script engraving and so on each This will be a rare oppor entering upon i onditionally the man doing that which he can do cf field his new two tunity for the people of Richmond For each part the original engraving is years ago Dr Abbott has in a rare and Madison county to get the yr made on a soft steel plate called a bed 1 i decree won the confidence of Mr it ir piece When it is finished the steel is Beechers old parishioners It w an ibl hardened and the engraving is trans- Â¬ Impossibility they had declared n their ferred to a soft steel roll by means of fir- - outburst of grief over their beloved the transfer press This roll is a small pastors death to find one worthy to oc- Â¬ cylinder shape I affair When the en They have ever received from any cupy the pulpit he had made famous graving ha- - been transferred to it it is al over the Christian world Hut tho TOMASSO SAIVIM also hardened auain put in the transfer source for our stock is one of the critical old deacons tho deaco Salviuis advantage over press and the final transfer of the work and the old and yoeBg people of Ply Â¬ chara tor best and largest in who have attempted the is made to a soft steel plate which Is mouth have beeoasewarm adi irersof others A pari of the en- Â¬ same roles m which lie has been used by the printer Dr Aiibotts strong clear incisvn style tire face or back of a note - transferred cessful is great An old man now and liberal creed Bis theological views run in a very large degree la line with be has in years past created every role of to these rolls and but one sot of rolls is This is no catch penny to get rid the liberal Inafhlngl of their late pastor note in the extensive repertory of tho made for a note of a certain and legitimate drama denomination In those characters kind The Is but we are in earnest and however widely so broad and gener ous a creed may be criticised els where which have attached to them the glamour plate prepared for the printer has on it the face or back ill everything we say there is little danger that Dr Abbotts of heroics those characters which me all of a kind andofasfour notS Tonorally many plate can bo will be taken to task in Ply- Â¬ familiar to everybody from childhood Salvini is perhaps most at home Aided made from an original net of rolls as is We have all the latest stvles in mouth Ii you will closely examine a With a commanding presence and a b his superb mentality he has been enÂ¬ de ired note take a dollar for example you abled to Invest the heroes of the world fine exjires ive face in which an active willsiethit all the black and white nervous organization can plainly he with the characteristics of their or work - not the personality Basason nui i L Dr Abbotts voice - f exble and perforce be considered for instance Early tho center of thework of an engraver In as giant face of the note where ut and his style on the Platform We have all the latest styles in education baa left an Indelible portrait are the w irds one silver dollar and a is mere argu mutative than do little to the right of this where the tory less florid than per uashe Ilis oT htm upon do mind of tho ordinary MENS SHOES AND BOOTS person as siieli hence according to the large figure one is you will find the are carefully outlined words and the lisure each set In a pat Â¬ Of all the he la a giant although much of their eioquence We have all the best makes and who have essayed this superb role tern too precise to be the work of human e moment only one so equipped that fingers These patterns are the work of latest styles in yet not Intensely dramatic eometrleal lathe a wonderful ma Â¬ he has been enabled to present ttwith i t was he has always a bold chine that does much to complicate the no point of personality larking The Misses and Childrens Shoes Gladiator a loss faiuiKar character than work of the counterfeiter and it may Samson receives in Salviuis hands an a- - well be said hero tbat to render coun- Â¬ We have a full 6tock of terfeiting Impossible is the great aim of adequate environment So does theOut law The character is well known be- Â¬ the workers in tiiis bureau The work ing taken from the French play La Morte Civilie C zsr 1- j Hi- - Othelio lacks perhaps something Vfcia ell l We have the largest line of of tho mentality which might bo desired something of the finer artistic touches with which it has been environ Â¬ ed by men of los3 Herculean proportions than Salvini but that fact should not bo used as a criticism of his conception Salvinis physique his Titanic propor- Â¬ tions his heroic attainments mentally We have the best selection of as well as physically militate to a great extent against his proper presentation according to the popular idea of Othello THE VAX AM OfAIlll- and yet there is a magnetism about the of the geometrical lathe can bo distinÂ¬ man which invests this character with The market afford- - such as Kxox an attraction which appeals to the critic guished front the engraver a in that all Its lines are white while the engravcrl as well as to the less educated auditor Sure am Fklt Hats Salvini though tremendous is never are black Bdf We have an abundant sup- and igorous message to deliver a ten- Â¬ ponderous He has about him tho fire Tho engraving Is not the work of a ply if Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts der or strong appeai to make He pre- the passion the Impulsiveness of his moment Notice the head of Martha fers to deal with nationality Salvini lias been spoken of Washington on a dollar note To make Suspenders Gents Hosierv Ac rather than to rakethe morals of to day as over the ashes of old tho great Italian lie is that and this alone it takes an engraver from six All to be COST theologies more he is the great tragedian or per- Â¬ week- - to two months working eight He is not like his great predecessorau haps the greatest the world has ever a day the AT COST At Cost AT COST impassioned actor an exquisite mimic by known Fortunately his irt bids fair to hours printerWinn are plates are ready for the they pat in the plate yet he Is a strong orator who can be perpetuated in his own blood for this vault each one in a small compartment turns iive us a call and see for your hold his auditors by the virtue of sound old man of 00 this wonderful artist lias by Itself and as carefully guarded as if reasoning and keen logic rather than by a son in whose personality are merged they were gold Then as they ure self Respect fully any brilliant verba pyrotechnics 11 is many if not all of the characteristics wanted they are issued to tho printers about 55 years of age sleuder and seem- Â¬ which made hi- - father the foremost each printer returning his plate to the ingly delicate yet the immense amount tf his particular lino of keeper when his days work is done of work he can accomplish shows him to dramatic work Every ounce of ink used in thisburean be possessed of greater vitality and en- Â¬ Alexander Salvini a mere youth as Is mixed right on the premises this again to prevent counterfeiting Every kind yet bids fair to equal if i ot surpass the durance than appear en the surface An all day session was held when the wonderful record of his notable sire for of work has its special ink This is the Original Congregational council met for th- for- Â¬ the young man is better equipped inas- Â¬ finest ink used in this country and is no email item in the expense account mal installation The Eev Phiilljs much as he s perfectly conversant with OF ARTISTIC In the wetting room the blank paper Jtrooka 01 Uostonthe several languages while his fathers is dampened before it goes to the print- Â¬ Kev W ft Davis of great work has all been clone in hs aa Brooklyn and Prof tie tongue The young man possesses er He prints ono side and beforo It has W fc Tyler of Am K7 to a great degree those characteristics of tho other sjjo printed it must go through laaTlTl hurst Mr Urcohcrs physique and mentality which havo al- Â¬ tho dampening process again and for every impression it receives it undergoes old college compos ways been remarkable n his fathers Tho numbeT cf ed the oxaminine work Young Alexander Salvini made a previous wetting board Tho specia his debut upon the American stage prac- Â¬ sheets is counted and recorded when It committee in charge tically and has ever since that event been goes into this room and airain before it is of the Rrrange one of the bright particular stars of tho issued to tho printers assist at L In the plate printing divi ion thoro are met at 100 a m in new worlds oramatie firmament Seven and at each press the church and at years ago he came to this country unac- Â¬ 20 hand prcsse once began the ex quainted with its language customs or there is a printer and his assistant When the plato printer and his assistant amination or Dr Ab- - dk rHti Lirs peculiarities and utterly devoid of stage bot according to tho knowledge Within three months ho arrive In tho morning tho printer ioos ncooics form pres ribed in Congregational created a part and acceptably in Eng- Â¬ to a littlo cava at cne end of tho roonj churches which includes a series of lish His father heretofore averse to his and draws his plate his ink whitening cuestions followed b7 a declaration of stage career when ho siw the youths HjX even the rgs he use for wiping tlie f at li by the candidate success consented to his adoption of the piato For tle i ho trivet up a check for all the world iiko a trunk check The afternoon session was devcted to profession for which he la so eminently the examination of the Lev Howard S fitted Since then young Sahhii has ami until be returns tho plate in the who was appointed to the assistant made a credit able record for himself a evening when his work is done h can Â¬ st the cheek and until he get- - tio pastorate the office so long filled by tha record of i hard work aroc- check neither he nor his assistant cau Kev S D Halliday Mr Lecchers old ord showing versatility an well as genius time factotum and assistant Mr Bliss one of which ho and his father may bo has been superintendent of tho Plymouth proud Bathes These examinations finished America has produced many great the installation took place in las oven but of the Booths the Drows hag where in tho place of a formal ser- Â¬ and all there is no more beautiful sne mon as customary addresses were tle talents and qaallfica v delivered by a number of eminent Con- Â¬ tions toba seen than In that transmitted fflia gregational ministers from magnificent Tomasso Salvini to the Among the speakers mVlng addresses sou so well qualified to succeed him were liev A L C Ihrends of Brook- Â¬ -lyn the Kev Dr Phillips Brooks of The contest over tho will of the late J Boston the Rev Charles II Parkhurst P Harnahy of Providence has been and Rev Alexander McKenzie finally settled by a compromise giving Wciimanship Not many churches have experienced the widow 125000 Xka estate was fewer reverses than Plymouth A de- Â¬ valued at 700000 and Mr Barnaby left cline in the total membership carried on it mostly to his daughters AND leaving his its rolls during the last year has given LOWSST CONSISTENT PSICES riso to the impression that the church wire hardly enongh for her support was in its decay that tho eloquence of The Tnrantilr Mind We have the largest trade in Central Beecher alone had kept it together and COfNTKRS r f NTMIiEnlNC DI Mrs Prown grabbing him I thought Kentucky auil guarantee sati faction that Its financial burden miig I toid you not to blow a permit to leave tho building for ric niid intorma too heavy to bear that dreadful getnen no 1 JJoWnte vt Has drawn his whis tipu oefore ordering any ntyle of work Little Johnnie I know you did ma trance of Wat ADAM8 A BON Importers unal membership of 532 of whom but I was only just tryinr to see wnether the paper the which he for 40 48 LexikcitoN Ky 1646 were a Durjng It would blow if I shoult want it to certifying to the count pj the par tboagh they delighted ho came to Plymouth for a time bat his mlnistrs t i o n s a f Great SACRIFICE Â¬ llrtXi - ofi Biggest Bargains ANTRAL KENTUCKY - Ladies Shoes Infants9 Shoes In the Jity Jteji - BOYS SHOES HATS Smm Â¬ Â¬ i WALLACE New and RICE Designs - MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble VWPii I Bf - C i3HP m First Class 6 i say s yiuili H11 destined to be tlie center Some years ao I became acquainted f he tobacco grow ing industry in tlie with a blight clever girl whose fathei was a well known Yorkshire lawyer I United states In Southern Florida She was then a Queens College student j two crops a year may be raised on returning bona sh entered with A rule for the hatching Kreat spirit into the u ual engagesnestts which come to an ordinary young lady r chickens 2 days are required for in society After a time they palled partridges 21 iliys for pheasants 2b upon her and she exj ended a great deal days for tiuiuea Inns 2 days- - for of energy in philanthropic off ats common itck 2S day- - for pea fowls many sue oeierimne i on a career oi 28 days lor turkeys 28 days for Bar honorable work rather than a life of bury ducks jo lavs and for ceese 30 dull inactivity or intermittent than able enterprites and caslinir off the shackles diy s Home Journal which imprison weaker woncn she There - a getteral complaint among dared to lie her elf not the reflection of our farmers on account ir the very a mere glass She went through a course small tiguie tiiey can gel for ili ir hay of training studied boon decorations ft baldly pays lur ite cutting al 2 cents from hearth tiles ti fi i zi nainlinfva Duodr y Ibt fcslba aver-visited all the palaces whan aba could fs clover ami imoiliy find antique furniture and the newest P6 A auntter of meadows will be T inventions in short thoroughly linali Bed herself for the bnalnass in which she broken up this spring ami planted in has since nasals a reputation About enm or oat- - Dan villa Advocate til Ioii tri offif Ii it taia L UO U41I liorini lt llll London where 111 lii i tli riI 141 l here 1us lut itll uUuS iii she furniahed Iba past few days lue boaaaa from roof to baaensent Mam Char- lotto aaObiaaon came to Manche ter and No one trade in cattle has lieen re opened a shop in Kmc rtiaut and re- - ported to the Advocate Uii- - week The gardless of that bugbear which terrifies weather is to blame doubtless Tha moat women Ube Ion of social statu cattle that are beiug twl in this county she put up lit r owi nauij over lao door are reported as having wintered ex- portion and without tho least scii tieillely vAeli the riss having been in quietly etitereO into oomel ition wilfa tin sterner sex The result baa been good condition all winter and very lit Tbbi year Miss lie fodder or hay beiu eminently sati factory fed Danville Robinson baa had in addition to bee Advooate ordinary bnsinesi two exhibits arbicb V It Hawkins of Lincoln county have attracted univer aladmiratiin one is a auric re r from liie storm of Monday at Saltaire and the other at the famous logs as follows We Mancbestor exhibition next year she and tells of his proposes to exhibit at QlasCOW and pos-Â¬ had a veiy severe clap of thunder about sibly at Bin el i Her furniture designs 3 pm aud Koing ut to see if any are simple and uniipie -- be has daintv damage wai done I found my fine and quaint arrangementa for cozy rookj young tirood mare and twoyoung mate and odd corners and has Cood reason to CU3 1illK not flf J lh be proud of tlie work of the arti U em yurds friun tlie lioiise I hey were at ployed in the studio over which her I valued them clever sister Mrs McClelland the pre- least forty yards apart Advocate genius Miss Robinson had at at 350 siding first some difficuly in making people Al this time la it year the choicest understand that her w rk is really com- beeves were seliiug at Chicago around mercial not charitable slu feels that M 5J or nearly 51 per 100 pounds below until j Iillliv-- - ill lie uini n inrnnlal present prices The diflereiice iu nricea women ill pose as destitute ladies l wr grades is much lees and never take a dinuitied cositiou in for comm nny calling they adopt Cientlemeu who marked not more tbau 2 5 cents One earn the r own living are not Sfaken of year ago b range for tlie hog market as destitute and vre must bani m this was 4 5ii to 475 or 55 to 60 cents per idea in connection with ladies who are 100 pounds above present prices Light engaged in an equally honorable man- weights were then 10 cents higher than ner Lady Granville Gordon was the first heavy sorts Rheep are about J I higher than at this time last year Sun to open a millinery business in London Tuesday v as a very disagreeable day and her example win quickly followed by a Girton girl known as Mine Isabel bat notwithstanding Ibla fact u gHd of Bond street Neil her of these ladies sized crowd al leaded Mr B A Wil trades under her own name but as heir sous tale of stick farming itrple experience- will probably clear tlie way inents et Sixty four head of sheep for others the following details of whv sold at cvjOa per head 20 hogs 4 IHr Mine Isabel tiecame a woman of busi calves JT fier head tliree ness aro valuable In the first place iier cw- haihaniTa health failed and ho nai j1 ITT bond usjx ordered to InJia wh rj bis wife hoped lo 5t0 mules 60 to 125 grey horse to --ccure educational work The climate 172 Fanning implements brought made her so ill that sh returned to Eng- Â¬ Kiswl prices Mr Wilson is preparing land convinced that she must at once to remove to Mlddlesborougii where he abandon all idea of tu lying medicine Versailles Sun She consulted friend who fortunately will go into hudnesi Oeo 8 Mitchell of Union MilN Jost koew tliat commercial life ottered a suit able opening Cue clever industrious a i heep last week nothing uuusunl in women she was strongly advi ted by the death of the aforesaid quadruped yhe de but -- omething oivii to go Into business extraordinary in the i idt d to lein vitioit delay At first const ueiiin af its anatomy It was 15 die tried a partnership with an aatab years aid anil the possessor of five legs iisbed milliner but that was Tlie lifih pedal ex Â¬ owing to diiferonces in laata and instead of fevur xieition laater on this enterprisiBg lady tremity came out under the right Looh a t liop on bar own responsibility shouhier with a distinct formation inin Bond street and started off to Parh cluding feet but was drawn up and to complete arrangements tliere On the Hlift iu the joitits thus dprivinij it of 13lh af itarch KM she opened the doors active use It was a twin Iamb the of what has proved a very suc has uiniertiling thanks to unfailing atten- oilier only bavfug four legs iven uirlh to two lambs nearly every tion to derils Jj mo Isabel pnaeaally snee -- lie was a yt ailing and conducts all bnpartant hnslnrmi wattarv and though she has an excellent fa tlie oli priigs Inving lite oidinary keeper for her assistants homo she looks number of lets -N- ichola-viUe Journal- after its welfare heiself Her customers li- - K IS Botuic ioi5 Ualm always find a pleasant welcome and If j afternoon tea at 5 oclock Like Miss otllerson ny i his istaaay you wUlaaa hh many ile rST Robinson she still often finds time too lril1 riave lUI UIWrit unl too into society after her days w ork is done Allaula ua or Oook ot li and inis not ha iier name eras d from 11 lnvisAtnnta iii vvi liaaj iany visiting list she values The more thai l u B ii ilienlly at highly educated oar women of business cureilit tan uiiu-irbenmatlaai unit -ii Alliens dn a u it are the better for themselves their work and tbe w hole community Many of the J1ohuublaiia Ala writes professions to which ladies have hitherto My inoiher ami U turned are overcrowded and when once abroat ana erifula lerU hutcored lllci O a dcerare1 v- - Wpoooler the fear of losing social position is disreMswsBaaUsv eonri lv cored of rlleinutttlsruu garded it will be found hat commercial life offers a variety of more or less lucraKuunteln Jtrtajt tive employment to ladies of birth and with v r ana ii m - t lo sir i capital who find it more congenial to lliut ono bolt f 11 U b ci their tastes and requirements to invest Is a lime cure Ii their money and sp n their energies in cure me I hod l hnsinnB which yrlelds a fair return rAiSo ma alr ciiii uiy cliili of rather than sit at home content with a ae scanty pittance and colorless monoto Â¬ rs W A Pepper Fnilonta Ala writeB cured ujy mother of ulcetaied nous life a ST lhroi t fill The lirt lady knew who venture tinwniaa was the Hon Mrs Mai She opened a milk shop in Lon don her cart i and billhead- lxro he- own name in full and she was simply untiring in her pergonal supervision ol her shop No paltry pride or ca to feel iiik kept her from dome her work af head of that establishment but her sue ce sful career was cut short by an ilhi-- -which unhappily proved fatal Wonae of position can afford to lead the way for their strngglbtg sisters and a an ex i41iljllj 13 nuiui uu iiuiiuiei 01 o mimenus 1 propose to record two success 1 luliieti in London in Clark County Agricultural and Association lea ed it Red mons track for five years and will ertct an Amphitheatre capable of seat- 1 Me- - HON JEFFERSON DAVIS BY Cm Ih i Kalmouth No 7 inn nil 7 V TKA1N N LexniKioii an -- m vv ru Ul parwma Tbtsssanrv aasa-elatbna having been inaugurated ou ly jxst Mus TO be SOLD hj SUBSCEIPTION Only Yesterday a large bull dog attacked a cw that had sirayed into the yard of The prospectus and complete out fit for w mey K iy on Hitrgins Avenue and canvassing will be ready immediately f re e d vmM bt Wjr he Agents Wishing Desirable Territory ll1 Wiled the cow Svviney is never on I liis great work will pleae address b dheied by chicken thieves Palis as soon as possible the publishers Msjr2tOU MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS ler for mIii I M PORTA N neellon for P rraii live at mil depart frein the IVntrnl Thlomh Kor fu 1 il point- - N any poll - j Kentuckiaii fhieli Philadelphia capitalists have OffgaB-a company to grow tobacco in 1 22 BELFORD COMPANY Ea t lvh Stkekt Nkyv Yokk a nl of lie W L Ml N oN K H BTrav PaWr Act Trav P Cincinnati U Lezli v B XHKSK lienl l S i II K IllNTIMiTDN V Pri K HCAKIt Ant Rirhn General Offlecs Ubamhei of I ouine Ctnrlunal v a any C T WELLS B K Mill lwimniB KIribrireii er eo IM 4 rt muiiijH -- Please Read is C T WELLS CO The Hiiiger Manufacturing Company building a machine with Hand Attachment and Portable specially adapted for invalids travelers Ac lo Any one wi liinu a cost -- 0 cash machine of this tyie will please leave order at the office U First stieet J F STONE P 8 it is sold only by order not Oniy a tajaan from the Court house kept iu stock J I You doni have to end away out to 40 the depot ntOiljCulTariiiTiwi -- XAT13 aBW sT4vJ rradSSfiSHi One or tha-BKVI 4rvvn Ihr f i ll uneqnalt d FR r Coil Mnredto wvPancfTawn Kmik AYE f tn egrk Onij tboav who wmc aaJMvr to US at one an make ur of tlta rhatM a hdam ia Jo h Ojr rvt ji t wb ail rour th TW W- and th aa nund j ffTnirlB of tfc - r cis we Aoab ataat Soft Coal and Anthracite Nat and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumber yard next to Sicoml Presbyterian church Qntebeat delivery in town tanwaai prices Try u- cap ana wiwwia - Dt riv hw th rraiaTl apprir-n- - tlaa t if rrisaMtl fn MH about can mail - VraDaSi I 1 j 1 r Jt lar at aat ftum lk ni espn n c Btiar m lita at itti vTa paTaH Xft arhtara jVdcir ss H HAILKTI mn l0 PoglLaiu daiFS 4 coas lir lh- - vlti fh part a i rritbulk It ia a grand dou av tm irrv W wilUlwih m 17-- C I TTEZLS Ss CO rir CDfcrfc v i52Bl CtaH Vatitfb h IK - NEW J r A feSSaySsik n i in HI 00 il tha Wucid r Wg aMaaaaaV IVrfact i WILLIAMSON ennr emunkek G Civil Engineer and Surveyor W22U0 flTgrtr u - uiriri tkKvrmB -- aBBBBBBBBBaTy v f free al aalaa - 1 b- in ml -- rto thus we e repaid VVr pjy ell exprete freight ete Afler a know al tf via w old Ilka to ro to for u eoa raa k r rati SCIO to SIOO i mwanti X lOtaai lt Co I 2 Port land Miilne u to anow wh w riil r Ml nrtffhbor aarl thoa nhotit rm that r wjlTf nble traje furu whi- h h M forrr lirniwt ncVtortl be watco are iiuiirnoiatl w vmiri r free Al tbe - aar u to tbow who call 7 Osi pinvn- u srrur en with oar larva a BaSrvays mie for Railway- - Ttirn pikr Roadway K timateH uivtii to Kami ekafaMfss Town Lots lunl off Bei wit GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced Special attention given to topographical luajrs and pints of farms and other lainN Correspond Â¬ ence aoiiciteii with parties interested in surveys of lands iu mountain coun Â¬ ties of Kentucky fagv ti jj JBk flPyvS 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