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A kkr k DV B e ati If H ftp T I i 3J 1 r a a -- rSiK 9 ffflj T - ff JS H I varM iinWT MLM r iWfll Mjp VOLUME The prooaDio NOTHING III tonsress J wi RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH THE LAKE SHORE ACCIDENT Conduct ir hlaliiiR Siil -Par ti Icsjioiinlbl TKe patients in TAIO Mrch 10 the Htch boapital who were isuond in the iAke Miore wreck are all doing nicely Coroner Tucker and a jury riited tla scene of fhe wnvk UaUmlay afternoon and Baadea tin rough examination of the road and the grade The impiost will be held to morrow afternoon As addi- Â¬ an- learned it becomes more tional facta clear that the responsibility for tin dent rests with onduotor Hottghtalinr The rales governing the case of a train breaking in two specially say Tha forward part most not stp until the en Â¬ gineer is rare that the rear part of the 1 rom the statement train i of the pas liters it is evident no step was taken bo s ertain the jiosition of bed portioa before the forward part of the tram was stopped in Thurs lent Railroad Uommiariooer Richards with his lnrHlianical engineer arrived hero Saturday and in company with Su peiiateudeat Couch Emnneer Mooney CindueUir Honghtaling tle switchmen brakemen and all tiie trammen wdio had anything to do with tiie accident went out to the fi ene of the wreck Su jieriniendent Couch has had a long consultation with the craw of the wrecked train It is learned that Engineer Mooney stated that after the engine stopp ed onductor Houghtahng frantically signaled biaa to go ahead He tried to do it bat the automatic brake on one of the rear cars had been set and the train would n t move It C said that Conductor Houghtaling stated that ho pulled th bell rope to stop the engine but he thought at the time the rear section had stopped When he saw-it had not he jumped to the ground and signaled the engineer to go ahead Wright says tiie result of the investigation betas made by the company will not be made public until after the coroners jurv rendcis a ver- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J J J SPARKS FROM THE WIRES eek in - Dm pa riuBiain nouses uuiu STARTLING EXPECTED Kill Will Probably rtlirI - Elnrationa I mi i BfjataaMS Several Considered by the v iMngton Dispatches March 10 The interest e in the Senate rclee I 1 - ip - in i of which Mr has been - in calling ad tli ir cxuni- ttoe busy trt of the w ek The n is that with this ox - ig itinn will cease Maed imprisonment witnesses newspaper Mr - of Mill nal hill will occupy afternoons during the 00 Sort will ie made to Friday afternoon If 1inot be done the committee will bring in pney lull e Blair bill lon and interrupt enough an early day is f il ill the ehtahlish- order of bus bill thai lv out of the Mr fry will ssaaaavar to have iiic railroad funding bill taken up Mr Piatt v ill put forward the bill Mr it of Wy mag his anti trust bill It a partial oatarid-Mr Hale will urge hi bill for aae of the naval eatablishi will n oonsideratiaa fir his finally the mi rill which will have la en tinniittee on finance lime will make a strong light for immediate eomaoVtatiom Iluring the morning hour through the coming w ek the calendar will lie con- and the Oklahosaa town site lie further Massed DM on territories will push this we k in the house for the organization of the territory of Oklahoma Monday will sinned ia disposing of ma t n I with the District of Columbia Messrs Baher of New York and Dor- Netni ka have riven notice that they will call ap for consideration th- bill- - for the adiniiuion of Wyoming and I lalK to tasehoil but m account of the klahima bill this par of the program I led out i aaattea elections has the I i ilinit its report on the Mon- t slnetiiue during the week ir will ask that it be given on privileges and elec- - tat dict FACTORY BURNED Hours AjmcaaOX Ind March 10 Since Thursday night Anderson has lost over 10 worth of aruperty and over 00 men have been thrown oat of employHardly had the smoldering ruins ment of tiie Am- rcin wire nail works died away until a i ither factory u wiped out of exJBtame Saturday morning at 4 W the snath and cradle factory of T C Fisht r locatel in the northwest part of town was totally consumed together witli the entiie stock of m iteriil on liand Mr Fish estimau s has losa on materia and building at J0u0W insured ITituty-Io-i- I Lrjf la Witiiu toilet Oetroye r 1 In 1 re Â¬ t r who has charge ot the case u willinj to let the committee on terrttorieo dis- f its buines before doing so Tie r - a probability however that the ill lie brought up before the end we k and m event it will be puheJ to a eoiM luaioa tlw aaataaag of Mr Mudd Friday as usual will be private bill day Ohio Iiver IninroveinMI WASansOTOK March William E Merrill chief of the onmnr ivrre the house commit- l harbota Saturday in ll- r to lrsent the ideas of the liord iri to the miprove- A Merrill in- river oonatrnot four movable dams ud The cost of 1 ul Ilonting lu live River he thought would about 900000 and in order e the adjacent Pkuh 111 March It The body of land SlOifKI more would be neo Kernhard Junghaus a wealthy horse these improvements importer was discovered floating in the four years and river here with the head split open late last night It is known that Junghaus L so that when the work is carried considerable cash but all the once commenced there will be no delay money and valuables wen missing The fact that the money rratnh etc are missProtection for Oranges ing would a to th imin siori that March 10 a detega the-- kiliiig was done by a common thief len from Florida all but tiie police think that the body va plundered to create su h an impression in the try of and that til bl nvly deed was rosnmrtted and will have a hearing aloas hsssaaad No arrests have ways and aneaaa committee yet If n made ay or two to urge protection m e Mill rinllsa the s Governor Ma Pa Vi March 10 For li F Rogers president of the era Alliance of Florida J C Mc the first time since the fire began smoke eased issuing from the South Wilkea Kiiben president of tiie Orange Growers union and others prominentiv liarre shaft Sunday afternoon Over a end gallons of water a in mute have identified with orange growing in bean poured into the mine for several Florida make up the del gation days and it has now ranched tfaa fire Satnrlay By Tuesday next it is thought the flames ingress Walnut is March 10 A bill was will be extinguishsi and further search rasaaed t r attendcuce of wit will lx made for tha eight men who nesses in la cases Public build- - were in the mine when the fire broke foinptoa from the Fifth Maryland district ready to brim li fore the Ifeaaaa but Mr Coop v- - of Mudtl tls Kl - The following are the companies and the amount of risk taken by each London AaaoraBOe Angola Nevada Traders of Ciiicigo German American amount of risk OOOO a building Norh Aiuer- oicf Fraeport and alifornia in stock Fire association 1000 London and Lancashire gi000 Royal of New York llWfe Cnderwriters of New York u000 and Oriental of Hart- Â¬ ford Conn 1000 Total amount of insurance 10iK0 The tire originated in the painting room and had got under too great a headway to be checked This factory employe thirty men Inis is third fire Mr Fisher has Ml a il ml within the jiast few years He believes this to lie tiie work of inceiidar ies Tw i ears ago tiie 10th of Felruary Ir rather was burned out He im mediatety relniiit on the present site 1 islicr Mr states that he will not re build The loss of these two large fac- tores i a severe blow to Anderson An aann was tirned in at the smie lurm ninmfnt fmm Wiltrr r factory but the fire was extinguished with but small loss Â¬ forfluWL tr linr Â¬ 1 1 tr 1 Â¬ Â¬ I 1 The Commercial hotel of Boat Bt Paul the great stack yards suburb of S Paul was destroyed by fire a J oclock Sun day morning Peter Foley the proprietor was badly injured by being struck on the head with a lieavy valise The building thrown from a window v as a total loss but moit of the contents were saved BUT ONE LEFT Rowlnn1 Leach Still Missing A Mother and Seven Children Burned to Chicago March 10 Toe police have Heath In Canada not as yet found any trace of Rowland Montreal March 10 Cote St Iveacli the New York traveling man Michael a flourishing little corutrv par- who disappeared so mysteriously last The search for him ish about five miles from Montreal was Sunday evening the seen of a most heartrending tatali--frda- y has been conducted in every direction and his friends by which a whole family but without results seem to be more than ever satisfied that fwrmiiitiin of a mother and seven young he is victim of foiU play a chiUaea wens literally roasted to death Abasn ocl ck in the morning Suicided iu Her Cell Onezime dlerette arose and after startXoRliisTiWN March 10 Anne Pa ing the fires proceeded to the out houses homo who was indicted with John k affr liie cattle He had not long Eenderoah for the of her hus Â¬ engaged in this work when he was band John Chomo murder at Pottstown last startled by a crv of fire and rushing out November committed suicide in her cell found the whole house in flames Re yesterday by hanging herself with silk gardless of danger he rushed into the handkerchief which she tied to thea cell burning structuie and made a desperate door After his ac uittal Mrs Chomo effort to rescue his wife and seven chilvery melancholy dren His efforts however were vam grew a- - the fire had secure 1 too great a headIlaSy Ste At rili in u llarrel way and olleretle himself v as rescued Spaeta Tenn March 0 The mail from the flames more dead than alive carrier between Rmkhville and Sparta Within an incredibly short space of repasts that a barrel vas found floating Bane the house a as re hi dowu the aney Fork river and caught all that remained of the inmates were a at the mouth of Ind an creek containing few charred bones Cblesatta wa- - fear- a live baby about a week old It had fully burned and was removed lo a floated ahonj sixty or seventy miles but neighbors house where he now lies in a was in good shape when found very precarious condition The fire is Matilda Kjbt Dead AiJ 133 supposed to have been caused by the ex LouifWiujt Ky March 10 Matilda pl iskm of a can of kerosene oil which Ruby died at Ray wick Kv yesterday was left standing near the fireplace aged US years Her mother Charlotte Old sad Young Mated Shuck died at the same pla e rive years JeftfEsjnviilk Ind March 8 ago She was the nurse of James LambCspt James Plate aged Si and Mrs kins who still lives at the age of 80 and Artie Thompson a loped from has the family Hiole in which her birth New Albanv and were married The is recorded in ITiT i high up in the world aTid is old m ji All a Mistake el houses in Rio JanluI March t0 It is officially di rtcendant of Aflmiral Make He is as old sea voya- - denied that the government ha s resolved titration prior to the and later was captain of many to promotes meeting of the constituent assemblv steamboats on western nvi rs house adjourned The senate was not in session Ki Taiilb e Fallias East March 10 Ex-ni pesa man Taulliee has failed since yestcnl ay Hh it1i says his is isttarly ni liat his death is likelv i any moment 10 Â¬ aud a nunioer passed and re to the house At 6 0 p ru the out St Paul Minn March Hil el Bumel in Sit Ian Cinpfis Â¬ Â¬ hlesss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Highest otVlI in Leavening Power 1 S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 PJVk IL 1 Baking Powder ABSOHFELY PURE Items of Interest Put In Convenient form Fir the Hurried Render Albert Walls was seriously injured bv ma chinery at the Arlilystor O pipe works A preacher named Fritch was arrested The Old World News Carefully i nu reu Vross issues an Ap- near Reading Pa on a charge of larceny Culled peal Tor Aid The Indiana encampment of Grand Army posts will be held at Indianapolis this week OF YOUNG LINCOLN Ths United States gunboat Coueord was FUNERAL OVER FIVE THOUSAND IN WANT successfully launched at Chester Pa Sat- Â¬ urday Money Asked for Which Will Carefully The executive mansion at Washington has Hln Remains Placed Away Temporarily Kugland and Portugal Pali to Reach a Be Kxponded Intler the Siiperviaion of been fill d with a parses System of fire Settlement The Pope Reported Iudis- the state 1 oiimiitftioticr of Agrleuture alarm boxes A conductor on the PtSBBaWrg Fort Wayne poscd Other Foreiuu News for Dakota and Chicago railroad was discharged for LOHDOH March 8 The funeral of WaanlJNrfUS March 0 The follow playing lipr Abraham Lincoln took place at the resi ing statement to the American people The senate committee on el etton has ds lias baea ree aad by the rjntted 1reas etded in favor of the RepabUeaa contestants dence of the American minister yester day most of tho members of the Ameri- Â¬ from Clara lUtrum presidiit of the from M iiitaui National ass iation of the Hed Cross II C Beilell an aaasraaes agent at Cleve- can legation being present The services For many weeks p ist the Bad Croaa land O mmmrtted suici Je by sJioiting him- es were conducted by the Rev Mr Giblias aeea in receipt of letters of appeal self in the head son The floral offerings were numerous and statem Mits in regard to suffering elT irl is tving m ule to in Â¬ the coffin being completely hidden in a All organize and destitution existing among the duce in exodus of BvMSthsrea colorsl iOplb bank of flowers The remains were conveyed to the pioneer settlers of North and Booth to Hew England A farm libur nam i Sellers was arrested at catacombs in Kensal Green where they Dakota These appals liave come to will temporarily remain Loudon vill on the charge of attempt us from trusted co workers and thos who speak by rnle ps authority on such ing ui roll una Kill Electricity Under Ground rrge Avery was eVowasd at Youugs- matters At last they became so urgent Loxaoa March 8 The promoters of town I while try ins to save the life of a as to le no longer ignored the scheme to sulistitute electricity for man name Lovitz steam as the motive power on the underLiving here at the National capital Tht coronyri jury at Princeton Out ground railroad system of London are it was decided to call upon the senators found Harebell guilty of tha BaaweU mur- enthusiastic oer the successful test of and representatives in congress from der His uife - inipli ato one of their in itors which was made on these new brn slabs of ours As one Two The motor result of the interviews then had Sen- Daniel linemennl aaaasd obbons aud Me the lapham line yesterday qaaiiel at CbilUootbe and the drew an ordinary train at the rate of ator L B asey of Xorth Nikola a rote latter uas - firm r with a chisel twenty miles an hour without the slightkillil by thto iovernor loim Miller informing him est difficulty and the fact that the work of the inquiries of the Red Cross tnder An old grad was th cause was performed seventy feet beneath the due of liismaik Feb 1H Governor O AL iraham pleaded guilty at Lebam n surface and involved a passage through Batarday and was Bsateam I to eighteen Miller wrote thanking the Red Cross for the kindly interest evinvd and years kasarBBaaaaaat at hard Jabor and the the tunnels under the river showed the who stating that he had referred the matter iwyiii nt of a fino of 19943118 with costs fallacy of the objections of those elec- Â¬ have contended that the use of The keeper of a house of ill ropute at Lexto Hon 11 T llelgeseu state comiiiis- sillier of agriculture and lalicr with in ington Ky has sworn out a warrant for the tricity underground is impracticable structions to give all particulars jus to ui r st of a couuciluiai uainsl MeNauiara Desperate Crofters She charges him with obtaining three gold the wants of their people QUMtOW March 8 Dispatches from Under date of Grand Forks Feb 21 rings from her BWSW false pretenses Stornoway on the island of Lewis state Cornmhraoner H T Qelgeaen wrote in Firo in the River Week at Joli -- t III de- - that the crofters are in a desperate conI the entire Itloct of six part as follows There are probably store rooms dition They have resolved to repossess 00 to 1000 Mxiile depend int and a aLso the foundry and buddings of tho Joliet the Park Deer forest of which they were gi o many more who have provisions Iron and Brass works and th- - Joli Jt Castor dispossessed and to portion out the for themselrea but need feed for stock eoaspaay ooo fin Ins h latlmsliil at lauds in crofts which they mean to cult nsiderable help has tven fteived ne irly 11 covered by insuraucj tivate without delay They are organfrom St Paul and Minneapolis al o At Pr ck fire destroy bag the ized and provided with tents from Chicago and from several slates dry good- - an clothing stores of J II Hart gage for a long campaign and Serious east and soutli but thus far only enough and J II lislricksoa and daniigfd the trouble is anticipated to temporarily relieve the needs of the bank buildiug also the building and stock of A Present of a Womans Head destitute and much more will nave to hardware of R C Liunian Other firms be Solicited from time to time MOSCOW March 8 A parcel contain- Â¬ suffered small lor Losses about 21000 Commissioner Helgescn accompanies insurance ii000 ing the bead of a woman was recently his letter with a paper which contains left at tiie house of Prince Dolgoronkoff THE LAST SAD RITES an appeal to the public signed by the Tiie pared contained a note saying commissioner as follows The suffer- Â¬ Funeral Services Over the Ilody of the We will soon This is our first exploit ing for Use want of provisions clothing outdo Jack th Ripper The crime is Late German Minister feed and feed for sto k in several to the the au Â¬ Cincinnati March 10 The funeral attributedlielieve Nihilists whom woman counties of North Dakota is unprethorities murdered the cedented The destitution is almost ex- - services over the remains of the late for betraying their s reU clusiwly confined to tiie aewer portiona miniaar to Germany Hon George H tiie Portuguese Growing Excited Of the state where the settlements date Pendleton were held la this city Satur DOH March 8 It is announcd back two three and four years except day The services in Christ church was Nelson and Ramsey counties which conducted by the Pev Dr Gibson and that tle Portuguee minister has failed have been settled about six ytars the liev Dr Fo ejt the of to secure a modification of Englands atThese new settlem nits ware like earlier Calvary church Clifton latter rectorMr titude in his negotiations with Lord Salwhere isbury and will return to Lisbon at once settlements of most cointries composed Pendleton worshiped It was The popular feeling against England in largely of people whose ri sources would by the family and friendaonly attende Mean have been heavfiy taxed to succeed and tune one of the most amposang military Lisbon is extremely menacing as the re- Â¬ keep themselves above want with favor- Â¬ and iie corteges ever seen in Cin in sult of the ministers failure able seasons nati formed to escort the remains to nisohedieut Soldiers The story as told by the commis- Â¬ Music Hall No able in the proa Mozambique March 8 Serious diffisioner is that of all our new stjt s were all the jsilitica clubs of oth ar- culty exists between the Portuguese Good seasons at first rewarded them tie the cortege in the every acre was turned over for harvest streets The passage of by respectful and officials hre and a Ixxly of 400 imported was marked Goa soldiers The soldiers who are in 1888 All appeared well until August sorrowful interest of great numb ts of of tliat year when a severe frost a thing persons who knew the deeeasad in life British subjects refuse to drill or to perform any military service for the Portu- Â¬ unknown before killed the ripening magnifi On arrival Music Hall grain It did much damage in the old cent building at found to thattilled ex guese was le and better portions of the stab- but it enKivrthuuake in Russia rved for thos - in the tirely destroyed the newer sections The cept the space ns tee caeket was borne As proeession St PlraaaaOBO March 8 Severe haidy men did not lose their courage but low n the middle aisle to a caiafaque in shocks of earthquake have occurred in hired out to neighbors thereby earning front of the center of the stage the Ions of Kutais Asiatic Bne-the money necessary for the seed and ban of pall bearers separated and faced sia by eminent three villages were de-vhich living of 1869 The unprecedented re st oyedL while the drouth of last year was doubtless felt inward standing an hence arose and great malned Tiie Pope lndispos d most severefv nf nnv vlnr in lilt ti organ sounded a Meanwhile the The funeral march KB March 8 It is rerted that in the fit id and families of the nev lv hail had lie n beautifully draped with settled portions of With North and Bl nth NatiomU emblems and the space about the pope is again indisposed Dakota the casket was decorated wnh palms EXPLOSION AND FIRE As Commissioner Helgesen ssjja The casket itself in st beautifully second entire failure in some sections covered with thewas National colors Three ISov s Killed and a Man Fatally In- Â¬ left many jieople destitute He adds jured t Evansville Ind wiih with palms While nearly the entire state suffe ed covered with calla lilies Conspicuous purple Evansvtite Ind March 8 A fatal from drouth only seven or eight counties bound the flowers v as a wreath baring among tur n u h aaSastance In this area are the German colors placed there bv- - c explosion occurred in the dust room of th counties where the greatest aim unt Pollie the German consul at Cincinnati the Armstrong Furniture company at of assistance Ls needed viz Nelson in oliedience to instructions from Count UM oclock yesterday afternoon resulting in the death of three boys and the Ramsey Benson Pierce Bottineau Arco VaQey the German minister at Rolette and Turner Cuvelier county Washington as a token of love of the perhaps fatal injury of the foreman of The man and boys were in the factory will al o ncd some help as will Fitly people for Mr the tlust room for the purpose of shaking ami Memtoah the latter in the southern fill IIHII prayer by Bar Pendleton Ir Forest ad out the accumulation ot dust and sheve- jiortion of the state In the counties anAfter ladies choir anthem by it the mouth of the blowpies named hero are not less than 5000 peo- of the College the Music of young Profes lea by of a terrific explosion occurred which ple dependent wholly or in part on sor Foley the oration was pronounced when building on fire The flames were sei the outside help and until they can riise by Hon aaaac M Ionian After another crop and a still larger imiiiher Miiiues were ended the casket these extinguished without delay when it was was found that the following were killed or will need some assistance for stock Most of them have hay but horses ind placed in the hearse and followed by injured the family was borne to oxen will not be aide to work sufficiently Spring Groveaud fricalswhere final interired Baoha burned to a crisp and cemetery mangled to get in the Fpring crop unless tliey Fully 12000 persons terribly Cheatham colored burned alment was made Harry have grain Tiie supplies heretofore were in Music Hall and many were un- Â¬ most to ashes received are far from meeting the de- Â¬ able to find room within Crawford lxidly mangled and mands and provisions are urgently body burned so that identification was needed The counties are well organALBERT NE TER IN LONDON nearly impossible ized and supplies are distributed through Charles Shelby foreman of the facthe county commissioner The greatest lie Expects to Uetum to Brazil Via New tory badly burned and leg broken inYork care is taken to prevent the improper use of these donatious All contribuNkw Toaac March 10 A special cable juries are very severe if not fatal Tho kUled persons were boys aged tions whether money or provisions for to The World from London says Albert clothing should be forwarded to taid Nctter the Cincinnati banker and friend alsjut 18 years The cause of the explosion remains a mystery commissioner at Grand Forks where the The damage of Ives who was discovered in January by fire was shirht proper division will lie made ommissioner Helgcen explains the last in Bio de Janeiro as a prosperous Rnrlrd In n Sand Hank condition of tha state by showing that negotiator ha tuned up in London Paiuunujaa Va March 8 At Sum- Â¬ under its constitution In taking over He no longer finds it necessary to use the alas Nettleton under which he did mit Hill larel pits on the Norfolk and property and debts from the form Western railroad about two miles from ritory it has nearly reached the It gal business in Rio de Janeiro He has been here sone weeks and has this city a sand bank gave way yestermaximum of tiebi that may be inclined It is therefore nimble as a state to nise arranged to float the bonds of his forty day and buried throe colored men John all the money nd means necessary to miles of Direct railroad in Rio for which 1 awson I ewis Stewart and Algie Grif- Â¬ the money has been furnished partially fin The first named two were killed supply the destitute There is no doubt from all the evidence that the people of by New York and partially by Ixmdon and Giiffins leg was broken AH his transaction with North Dakota are ioing the very liest investors for their udering fei low citizens There bankers and investors bare have been Weather Bulletin made under his own name of Albert is no doubt that appeals already made Warmer fair weather followed by light and publielv given have met with Netter and his backers iu New York rain or snow southerly winds cable him under that name warm resonses from the north w I expect to leave hero for New York But there is no room to doul t that very PRICES CURRENT much more is needed The Red Cross as soon as my contracts close Mr Net bar said to a reporter which will prob- Â¬ Review of the Stock Money association has satisfied itself as to that and CattU ably be within three weeks I expect to Inquiries by its general field agent conMarket for March 8 stay in New York some time before I firm this appeal and information as well Money close offered at 4 per Cur- Â¬ as other statements received There is return to Rio There is no resaon now rency sixes 116 bid fours coupon cent bid Vi no need with the excellent methods and never has been why I should not do 103V bid A good many lies have adopted by the sate authorities for the return there The stock market this morning was only lisle rately active Iu the early dealings of the Pod Cross this field been told about me for instance it is Eresence is a duty liefore itoaand before not true that married lam Lisas The the Itadiiig stocks were quite freely bought Roading was especially active and on a the people of the sister states as well charge of Nellie Harden of Cincinnati large business advanced par The Red Cross believes that its duty will who accused me of embezzling certain first thirty minutes Tle rest cent ic tho of th list I never heard about be done if by this authoritative state bonds is absurd rose rbout After the de PeT cont ment it shall be the means of inducing the charge till after I left Cincinnati liiind had been saasfied however tho Umrs subscriptions for the suffering people of raiding the list and undur tho lntfu Fatal Injury fro CareJess Orlvlng enoe of the exsvted unfavorable bank state-Â¬ Dakota large enough in amount to meet Toledo O March 10 Mrs Sidney ment succeeded in sending prices down to all the emergencies thnt will arise Anson residing in East Toledo was eel of those of list night Rock Island There are s x month of short rations ri Pacilic Louisville and Nashville of unclothed human oeings of seedless fatally injured about 4 oclock Saturbj Bituminous Coal shares led the de-Â¬ fields wnh all their attendant privations day afternoon by the carriage in which and t After 11 ocltx k the market was very cline yet before these peopl- - Judging from past she and her husband were riding being dull until about llerJ when the bank state- experiences and observations it wonld run into by a racing horse driven by ir incut made its appearance showinc a de- if appear to us wiser to semi monev tiat A h Baldwin oa Madison street 1ald J12ns in ilia reserves This can lie used on the ground under di win and Mr J J liickok were speeding cansjd renewed selling and prices closed at their horses and Mr and Mrs Auson noon at about the lowest point of the riCtion of the state oltk iaLs assignee to I rom were to 1 per the duty than to sjend it for railroad They coming down Superior street day The decline range 1 day did not see the racers in time and cent The sales for the amounted to freight in purchasing goods or other ar- Â¬ l io42 shares ticles of supplies that may be better the latter failed to turn resulting in a 33 Atchison Mich Cent 93 Baldwin was and more properly obtained with aish collision but not seriouslyinjured about C IK ft Q 1016 N Y Central 10o Mrs Anson in the hands of those who know where the head I CCC Bonn western ilwji is still it is most needed In that way there tained alive but no hopes are enter Â¬ Miss of her recovery Much indigna- Â¬ D Lk Hudsonl43V Ohio Mail will be a double help secured as the Pacific WU5K Rock Island tion is expressed at Baldwins careless- Â¬ Kris JH people will thereby be aided to help ness 104 Lake Shore St Paul themselves LN StX Western Union 83K A Childs Horrible Heath The Red Cross therefore advises Fcstoria O March 10 A little Cincinnati tliat subscriptions be ent to H T Hele daughter of Joseph Road was Wheat 7280c sen state commissioner of agriculture Corn S8633 aud labor Grand Forks N Dak It burned to death here Saturday The Wool Unwashed fine merino IS was urges this because of the necessity and chiltl with several companions medium delaine V blood combing ia14 from a sense of the obligation which all playing around a bonfire in the back aud clothing 2423c braid 18JOc meAmerica owes to these pioneer brethren yard when her clothing caught fire dium eonibii washed fine who built new commonwealths in he Before any assistance arrivert every iuerno X and XX Jsiie medium clothstitch of clothing was burned of and the ing oUJlc del t c we Hay Choice timothy sells at 105001100 body was burned to a crisp not so much By order of the executive committee uare inch escaping After several per ton prairi brings o00sS50 stsaw Ct AttA Bakton 500000 President of the American National liours suffering the child died Mr Cattix Good to choice butchers 3G5i Road is an employe at the Crocker glass Association of the Red Cross 410 fair 205i350 common l50325 works stockers and feeders tJT5400 The Only One in the World Boos Selected butchers and heavy ship Gold in South Dakota The to good packing tlOO Buffalo N Y March 10 S Dak March 8 Gold ping 9410430 fairrough Sioux common and tJ4 world looks new to me now said Janes has been Falls packing discovered in n gravel bank 186 10 fair to good light 4400a405 350 pigs Kelly who was convicted of murder just east of this city Msi the find has and sentenced to imprisonment for ife occasioned much excitement as the 350400 Khbep S25tifC0 in 18 j I and who was released on a par- Â¬ samples that have been assayed leave no Lambs f don Thursday Grover Cleveland was doubt as to its quality The discovery sheriff at the time of my sentence C3n Pittsburg was purely accidental but will not be tinued the old mau and instead of developed until tha extent of the deposit Cattle Prim 4504 75 gool 390 sending a deputy to Auburn with me lie is known tij hull id fat cows 30GO40UO calves s went himself saying that he had nerer Hoas Philadelphia- best been in the state prison and wanted to Mississippi Levcos Ail Blgit ion to fair 415 ve tiie opjiortunity I believe I ReGreenville Miss March 10 dis- Â¬ Yorkers 4 254J 420 am the only man in the world who lias pot ts received from all of the kvee vO good 540 prison by a president of trict by telegraph are that tha leveea are 55Snz-fair 00510 ceinmoo S200d810 the United States Â¬ K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Dakota s Destitution illll Mr mIm Wj I wM TiwiwrJ f if JMm Ml m 12 Y gtrj Lyjl feffi8 tfe- - 1890 NUMBER 39 i lfflsht r rom the Lable IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT CLOTHING HEAVY SUITS OVERCOATS t And Other Heavy Goods of Our Line WE ARE MAKING VERY CLOSE PRICES WE AHE ALSO HECEIVING AN ELEGANT LINE OF EARLY SPRING SUITS SLATEST EASTERN STYLE Three and Four Button Cutaways Froeks and Sacks Single and Double- Breasted Prince Alberts t i i ALL AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES store Hotel Glyndon hanking 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 COVINGTON 1890 MITCHELL 1890 Madison County Fair Association Stallions for Service VATICAN 100 fASH WITH 22q rSftsT SADDLES AND GEAR The old ami reliable Saddle and II aniens li TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT KEflKN PKIVIIKOE RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO I9 I89O The following stakes and purses LIGHT HALL WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH STAKES PURSES TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR 1890 Rrother to Bell Vara in a race 238 and both nut nf the dam of jeorgiette 2Pi4 Limited to 10 good marea C Sjcjy5tt t insures mare lu foal TBAELINa SXASES f l the Asociation in three Best three In Ave To 3 year olds 350 00 To 4 year olds 400 00 coo 00 To 300 class IBTOTE STASES For 2 vear olds To 240 class 500 00 200 added by Association mile heats To 700 00 230 class best two in three To 224 class 1000 00 Five cent to accompany nomina70 to accompany nomination 7 50 tion 5 per cent additional to start to be o additional to per pavable July c and paid on day preceding race start to be paid on day preceding race Fn e to fill and three to start all purses The stakes and purses are to be divided Sixty per cent to first 2 per cent to second and per cent to third as follows 1 he rules 01 the National Trotting Iloise Association shall govern all trials Any horse distancing the field or any part of it shail be entitled to first money only Entry Blanks furnished on application Address all communications to I SHELBY IRVINE President If B ARBLCKLE Secretary added b miie heats best two VANDAL WILKES 224i P O Box 414 3o 40 paci- GW No PICKELS nplete Garnett Bowe stock of JJo cash with return privilege B H NEALK Richmond Kv Saddles IIanipv I5rili- - J W MfiCKEY Gr H Y 1ST ID O IV WITH A -- AT THE 3S 4 Richmond Kentucky CLEAR THE TRACK AND CLOSE ALL SWITCHES Handsome Barber Shop and First - Class Barbers Perfect satisfaction given lo every Special attention sjsjsjsj to ladies AUo to my country and children friend I hive moved my shop over to the Hotel and I hope ail will come lo see one me m- - FOR THE Ynurs very respectfully JOBL W MACKKY rinesi Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW PHET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES Blankets Whips Spur- - II Boots Curry Coaaba Scrap Toe Weiiri pa Oik and everything else needed by who handle ban Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the beat material ladies and ieiitleinen boys SvM kept in si Harness el every description Trace Chains Hames Backhands Bellybands Collars Collar Hame Strings plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other tl used on the lartn Only experienced workmen em ployed It you want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging in price from 14 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have 150 sets ti elect from ringing in price frnui 8 up All prices of How ear from the cheapest to the le t Some thing entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ot lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- i i ud -- - Is on the main line and all others side tracked Makes the fastest time We have erected a new and commo Â¬ dious Livery and Sale lias free 3rd and Irvine streets Stalde dirtier of and best connections of all SULKY PLOWS on the track Richmond Ky and ask the public lo give ui a trial right of way on all lines and takes coal and water on the run HORSES HITCHED OR FED For sale by A r BEASOX ABLE RATES Saddle horses hordes aud buggies hired at low Where all the best FARMING HARDWARE can be bought rates 16 15 PARR1SII ClNNINttllAM for the least monev next door to Post Office COMFORT Uqastttlg SOLID JP IMI- - My vehicles are all new aud of the very latet patterns They are for sale asj the most reasonable terms If you The Singer Manufacturing Company want a vehicle come and see me and is building a machine with Hand you wont Z home without one Attachment and Porsble specially adapted fur invalids travelers Ac to 5 JOHN DOXELSON fii cash Any one wishing a LYMAN CAKBl H W B CUNNINGHAM machine ot this type will pleas leave order at the office 13 First street J F SeTONK P S It is sold only by order not kept in stock Jr Please Read ct 40 185 Mules For Sale good and sold in nurnliers t uil pur- Â¬ chasers Six miles east of Richmond on the Seed ell pike 17- H H A D ACOLYFR -- POPE eighy flve yearlings for sale We have one hundred mule colts and Strictly K4 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tJ i LOOKATTHIS THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF GLBTHING 1 FiiiG t CLOTHING j BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND GAPS- EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND I Intend to Sell Them at Some Price 1 Â¬ - all right lambs 0031 W A POWELL CDtlr0Et IMIIKIIEIEIS f THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing pek l The Singer Still on Top Christin Workers will meet in Bowling false inflation but the market value of age in iveniucsty ironi uie onzzaiu or years the Hessian fly while Indiana Ohio IllThe business of tbe Singer Sewing Green Ky on March 18 19 20 ind 21 stallions and prices will remain for New York Sun 1890 The Convention is entirely non to ccme as high as they are at present It inois aud Michigan have suffered from Machine Company was larger last year Paper written by Gen C M Clay FRENCH TIPTON Editor and read before tbe Filson Club Louis- Â¬ Then Speaker Reed he thanked his luck Sectarian in its aims and desires merely is only a few months ago that F r Low- both The most discouraging report than for leu ears before and so far comes from Illinois Courier Journal this year is better than it was iast Our to promote a practical study of the Bible ell of Sacramento sold to Crittenden And packed his trunk for Old Kaintuck ville at Its last meeting 1890 A vegetable paiasite is gaining a machines are improving year by year riBLItHEl EVKBY WKOMESDAV BY and thus spread the civilizing influences of Barri of Bridgeport Conn the ElectionWhich when he saw it wis so fair ioIK SILVER AM COPPFB- eer stailion Fallis 233 lor the stated strong foothold and is spreading and now are the simplest in construe Christianity All church members devout In natures beauty everywhere Co These three metals have for ages He could in no way understand ly interested in religious work and recom- Â¬ price of 12000 A few day ago the new throughout t lie hemp and tobacco dis- Â¬ Lion most durable aud best for tbe been used by the world as money beWm G White Cha- - S Powell He wasnt in the Promised Land mended by proper church officers will be owners refused 25000 for the horse tricts of Central Kentucky It vegetates money of any machine made cause of the estimation of their intrinJ F -- TONE 3 40 will bo emitled to Stock Farm him think only in the shade attains the height of Until some nudges made received as delegates sic value and because they are best suitimk e reduced rates on the different nilroads That it was lime to take a drink Race horses have curious fancies some- seven or eight inches and bears a pretty Thieves stole the money box of the ed for coinage on account of their and be entertained by the citizens of BowThen did this man from Maine forsooth It Is said to be very destruc C H D at CiiiCiunali and got off times and they may effect the animals at flower - - - lurch 12 1890 ductility freedom from rust iujury Believe it of a very truth dneiday ling Green During the meetings the a time when their best efforts are wanted live to hemp and tobacco as its roots with 1200 from acids etc Convention will be addressed by the most Elkviood who won the Suburban Handi- are matted and stubbornly retard the For what they gave him beat by odds Thee metals would probably be the The cracked up nectar of the gods Children will freely take Dr J H K man Taulbee sliot prominent and able speakers of the Prot- cap last year is one of these equine cranks growth of hem pa lid tobacco at a eriod McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm un mediums of exchange all tbe same if A golden oil in crystal bowls estant denomination among whom are his peculiarity being that he will not run the most injurious by Judge KJncaid in Wadttagtoa like coogh syrups it contains no opium money in the world By the Dr John A Broadus Dr W J Darby on a track that is in the least degree wet will in all proba there was no To grease the gudgeons of mens souls twtl The Farmers Alliance of Michigan will soothe ami heil any diseaseotother money I mean what the Siate makes any KsfcOf C C Penick Dr J E Gilbert Dr even though only a light shower has fal bility have died before The Cli legal tender in the payment of taxes And fill the air with such perfumes We are in favor throat or lungs quicker than as follows resolved 27 39 J C McClurkin Prof T M Hawec len On such occasions Elkwood might of such a revision of our niuional reve- Â¬ lemedy max reathes its readers this morn- - and debts between individuals All that As only fall from heavenly blooms A j as well be left in the barn for all the run- - nue Rev Geo 11 Simmons and others The ollice of Assistant Secretary of ii laws as will protect producers lagovernments cau do then legitimately A thousand beauteous women smiled choir of one hundred select voices has been ning he will do and this is why he was borers and farmers against ruinous War lias heen created by a vote of both is to take these great commercial met And Speaker Reed went crazy wild organized and is now in active rehersal not started for the Brooklyn Handicap competition of foreign production and bodies of Congress TO LE DISTKKT THE STATE als aud weigh and stamp them to fa- With questions fast his hosts besought As there is to be a large attendance it is last year Parole the famous gelding that chesper labor The present tariff laws The State can not If all the angels had been brought If vou suffer pricking pams on mov cilitate exchange earnestly requested that the delegaes send went to England a dozen years ago and are unequal in that the manufacturer ing the eyes or cannot bear bright The Legklataie proposes to re none but God can make a dollar From heaven why oh why not deign in their names at once to Prof ohn B won so many races was a cranky horse is given more protecttion than the pro- Â¬ llyht and find your sight weak and district the State so as to make The relative value of these metaN la To send a few up into Maine Preston Bowling Green Ky so that they and his head was simply full of odd no- ducer Manufactured goods are given failing you sbonkl promptly use Dr J ab determined by the laws of common Then as the train its slow length drew ten out of the eleven district may be assigned homes Bowling Green tions He learned for instance to know preference over ruw materials from our H McLeans Streutheniug EyeSalve 27 39 solutely certain of Democratic supply and demand Tbe only in And brought the Bluegras into view 25 cents a Ihx Democrat that when the pail containing water was farms and mines and capital is given The proposed new fluence law can have upon the value of Where knee deep by the further wood cities The British steamer Quell a was Rev B M Neal who was on rial all taken from his stall in the morning inpreference over producers and laborh district as hereunder these metals is tbe enhanced value The herds of Durham cattle stood wrecked oil the Australian coast and left in the corner there was ers last week at Mt Vernon Mo charged stead of being Anderson Boyle Garrard which the demand for money purposes And horse whose imperial blood KJ4 passengers and seamen were lost with bigamy was convicted and given two a race on hand and he would fret himself Lincoln Madison Her gives them Paper money is legitimate Made kinglier every kingly stud A Never Ending Tale of Fortune years in the penitentiary the jury render- into a lather over the matter The trotter Whose flving feet the dust had hurled Rich- Â¬ ivr Rockcastle Shelby and Spea only so far as it represents t he metalAs usual the Grand Monthly Draw John G ing that verdict Saturday after being out Goldsmith Maid was exactly like Parole Demo- - In itself it has not nor can by law he Into the faces of the world ToUl rote Lottery mond Ky carries im- Â¬ in this respect She knew on account of ing of the Louisiana State six hours He was charged with marryWhich followed as the thunder crash made to have any real value ic majority 741 tied up that the day of a came off on Tuesday Febiiiary llih ing a Miss Smith at that place when he her head being mense stocks of Salt Lime All money therefore should be equal Comes in behind the lightning flash had a wife at Junction City Ky The in race had arrived but for all that she would Ticket No t4 MS drew the First Capi- Cement and the else sometusly Is cheated The Speaker rose and thus he said in value THANKS AWrTLLY vestigation grew out of a church row his stand quietly enough until afternoon and tal Prize of 300000 It was sold in Im- Â¬ Machinery The State in weighing the metals If this be dying kill me dead opponents coming all the wav to Ken- then thinking it about time for the fun to twentieths al 100 each sent to II A com- Â¬ one toC plements Sulkies Gear and Recenth we published a picture stamps them for the purposes of Deep from the flask a drink he drank tucky to procure evidence against iim A begin she would plunge about in rarher an Dauphin New Orleans LaCo Chicago III one to the best line of Groceries in for a Kozniinski Youngs lliirh Hride at Tyrone merce She goes further she decides And back into his place he sank of When harnessed preacher named B M Neal did marry a alarming fashion one one the and wrote an article alout it We their relativeis value also as that of Id rather die amid these cheers race the Maid would tremble like a leaf Maluchi J Good Boston Mass Miss Mann in Boyle county this State worth sixteen grains of gold iind that our venerable friend of grain Than live in Maine a thousand years and afterwards deserted her She marri- until Budd Doble got into the sulky but to The National Security Bank Boston 41- commercial laws change one to John D May field Ed the Kiefcolasville Fonrnal adopted silver Whenvalues of the metals the Twat thus the Speaker smiling spoke ed again and is now Mrs Manner and once she was headed for the gate all her Mass the relative Experts found that the ex Treasurer although the convicted man protests that nervousness was gone and she began fig C Himstedt Waco Texas one to the article as an editorial in his State should at proper intervals so de- As turning in his chair he woke She P Kramer 400 Broadway Cleveland of Mississippi is not a defaulter The he is not that Neal she insisted that he uring how to beat her opponents issue of last week without any clare their relative value one to P OBrien 521 So 17ih Bt reported shortage was due to an error OKANoES IN CALIFORNIA was her long lost husband Neal vas here was very cunning about this especially in O eredii or reference to Tuk Climax Paper inouey has been a necessity of one to a Cones iu book keeping Pa some months ago procuring depositions the matter of scoring declining to come Philadelphia ee our modern commerce Iustead of carry pleaure to i Cos Persons who lead a life of exposure The Sau Francisco Chronicle ba9 just that he was not that Neal although some to the wire unless she was on even terms pondeut through Wels Fargo efforts so thoroughly appreciated ing the heavy metals to distait States by an able and experienced editor paper payable at those respective completed the first thorough effort to of the older people say they recognized with the other horses and many a false Bank San Francisco Oal one to Col- are sulject to rheumatism neuralgia valuable like the one who pushes the quill places o their face dernaodable in coin aaaftala the acreage devoted to orange him He was pastor of a flourishing Chris- score has been caused by her holding back orado National Bank Denver Col ami Inasbajco andH will find a Volcanic McLeans growiug in California and the crop of tian church at Mt Vernon Mo and because she thought she was getting the one to William Klein 931 Enterprise remedy iu Dr J fur the Journal or bullion is eminently useful The and Pa etc etc etc Oil Liniment it will banish pain 39 worst of the send off That horses or at Alley McKeesport 27 subdue iiillainiiiatiou State should therefore supply this so the present season From the returns stood high as a man and as a preacher till least some of them know when men are Ticket No 4413S drew the Second MINNEAPOLIS NEKYE called money This can best be done received it puts the total acreage iu the the unfortunate church row wliich reA colossal statue of Henry Ward State over 50000 acres of which more sulted so disastrously to him His Iriends drunk is not to be doubted Gen Yorke Capital Prize of 100000 also sold in by issuing silver gold or treasury is not yet in bearing however still maintain with him that it is a thoroughbred that was owned by one of twentieths at 1 each one to J S Webb Reedier in bronze to cost 35000 is to The The Minneapolis Kxpositionhas uotes or certificates upon the coin or than half now beiug total crop harvested will a case of mistaken identity if not malicious the Lorillards was such a savage that it Boston Mass one to Western Nation be erected in Prospect Park Brooklyn world famous Straus bullion deposited in the States treas- Â¬ teemed the was unsafe for even his attendant to go al Bank Baltimore Md one to Percy reach 1000000 boxes and theexpoits persecution Stanford Journal Physicians prescribe Dr J H Mc orchestra of Vienna to jday lor ury Co to the East are expected to lie nearly Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm in it Bishop John E Hurst of the Methodist near him unless provided with a stout Williams care W H Kugler Bimetallism trimetallism or mo at the laliulous price of they find no trace of opium or morphia 3500 car loads The largest amount Episcopal Church has taken up his op- stick but let a man whose breath smelled Pratt and Greene Sts Baltimore Md day No other city on nometallism depend upou simple prin- credited to a single place is at River- tion and Gen Yorke one to Nevada Bank San Francisco while iis ellicacy iu curing all throat or winch had not expired on the ninety of liquor enter the stall ciples The same laws of money and 27 39 this continent has had the nerve commercial rules which govern gold side Sau Bernardino county which acres of land on Massachusetts avenue ex- was as quiet as a lamb The old time Cal one to C Nord Pax ton III one lung diseases is wonderful The govern all three of these ploy this orchestra There were sixty three land slides on metals If produce 360000 boxes Prices are higher tended in Washington upon which it is trotter Gen Grant not the one with a to Edgar Hill Cincinnati O one to rival city of St laul ihonld now one is useful all are useful To at- Â¬ than heretofore notwithstanding the proposed to erect a National Methodist record of 221 but his predecessor by C T Aubushon De Soto Mo one to Kentucky Juion railway week before tell the yarn that the tempt to change their values or use by crop Is the largest ever kuowu and iu University He had already paid 000 many years on the turf was another re- Bank of Montreal Brockville Out last li- - people want the Bible arbitrary laws is a fraud aud cheat consequence planting of uew groves for the optionand makes the first payment specter of people who had been indulging Canada oue to John Meyer cor Ba When nature falters and requires ided from the public schools upon somebody either the creditor or has been greatly stimulated and large of 20000 on the land The tract is to too freely although at other times he was rouiie and Eight St New Orleans La help recruit her enfeebled energies it mentions St Iaul and the debtor The small value of copper quantities of fruit have been imported cost 100000 to be paid in five annual in ready to eat a man Fisherman one of etc Ticket No 40919 drew the third with Dr J H McLeans Strengthen per ing Cordial and Blood Purifier jlis excludes it from the equal privileges of from Florida to supplement the inade Â¬ stallments of 20000 each The project the most celebrated thoroughbreds of his Capital Prize of 50000 It was said bottle 27 39 orange crop has been received with enthusiasm by day in England would not run well at the in quarters at 5 each one to H A The gold and silver In fact it is useful quate home supply Emma Wilds a good talking colored W one to AmeriPEKEOUMASfE more as au alloy than as a distiuct of this season is worth fully 2000000 Methodists all over the country and pole not fancying the fence and an ether Hiilhurd Chicago III girl from Nicholasville suicided at to producers Nearly half the counties Bishop Hursts mail is full of letters of trick of his was never to run well when can Express Co Detroit Mich and metal Danville because a hack driver of - the Court of Appeals of Let us then consider only gold and of the State produce oranges but the commendation There seems to be no the sun was shining no matter whether he rest went elsewheie Ticket No whom she became enamored went - that the bonds- - silver as mediums of exchange or legal bulk of the crop comes from Sau Ber- Â¬ doubt of the success of the enterp ise and he was out for exercise or started in a 24519 drew the Fourth Capital Prize of Kentuck 2000 sold in twentieths at 1100 each back on her News race A southern wind and a cloudy sky the two million dollars which ere necesmca of the defaulting State Treas Â¬ money As gold and silver are the reÂ¬ nardino aud Los Angeles Duntons one to W P Chester 489J Tremont were what Fisherman wanted DoieIon has a quantity of new sul sary for its success will be made up in a urer shall pay hi deficit ti 150 presentatives of other values as well as St Boston Mass oueto L Cclroeder kies Marries and buggies of the newest values in themselves there is no reason THUS JEFFERSON S bRANDDAI UUTER comparatively short time A number of Spirit of the Turf the expert ac 1 527 N 25th St Philadelphia Pa one and most popular patterns and at very prominent men have promised it their eoontants discover that the State why oue should be made money and 5- to American National BankLeadville In Georgetown D C in an bumble support and liberal contributions reasonable figures NEWS PARAGRAPHS The unr of Mississippi is not a the other not If all the money of tbe cottage Col one to Tom Gaston Birmingwhich rents for 20 a month land i splendidly situated and is just west Slate consisted of gold and silver of I it is d H Clay Figg a prominent Republi that the Geo Lew Wallace has been strongly ham Ala one to First National Bank can of Shelby county and recently apÂ¬ Missouri is a equal aggregate value and one or the lives the only surviving grandchild of of Oak view ex President Clevelands Her name is Mrs former country house which he sold a urged of late to assist in the missionary Jackson Tenn one to Farley Nation pointed as Ganger ii the He venue Ser- Â¬ in the sum of 130000 other was demonetized the debtor Thomas Jefferson one to Haas would be cheated in au indefinite Septimia Randolph Meikleham widow few days ago for 140000 It is especially enterprise of ptrtMishing in Syria an al Bank Montgomery Ala vice attempted suicide Friday by tak Â¬ late ye Arabian translation of his story Ben Lowry Banking Co Atlanta Ga etc ing sum approximating one half of their of David S Meikleham long since adapted to the purpose of a University laudanum irer in the Mississippi The next drawing will take place debts Neither then should be ignor- Â¬ dead She is now in her 76th year a As yet nothing definite has been arranged Hur u j serenely another Fxposure fo rough weather getting in- Â¬ as to the plans of the building ed but both kept as equal mediums of cultured amiable venerable old lady Bishop Kiug Dinah the Sencgambian chief Tuestthy April 1Mb of which all y Inly a few wet living in damn localities are faexchange and payment of taxes aud with two daughters and one son in her Hurst states that the question of estab- who made a sensation in Paris last formation will le furnished on applica- Â¬ vorable to the contraction of diseases of j the discovery was made dehts household A luxuriant growth of curly lishing a collegiate department in connec- summer is having trouble with his tion to M A Daiihin New Orleans lie kidneys and bladder As a pre the State Treasurer of Louisi It ventive und for the cure of all kid Silver is aud has always been and is silvery white hair surrouuds her face tion with the university has been decided subjects lecause he has adopted some Li roag as well as likely to te the coin of the greatest which bears a striking resemblance to in the negative Dickinson and other of the habits of civilization Mrs Pautor E Humphrey of New- ney and liver trouble use that valuable I remedy Dr J Ii McLeans Liver aud not returned use by mankind Whilst the commer Â¬ that of her illustrious grandfather Methodist colleges being ample for all deport R I has given to Harvard Uni- Kidney Balm Jas Rose was lodged in jail here 27 39 per Uitile Tenn ample from him is direct mands for some time to come The cur- Â¬ Wednesday night having been arrest- Â¬ versity 10000 to found the Henry E cial demand for both metals is about Her descent it not to have equal it lias sui erior claims as coin and clear Walker Sanford the old man in Boru January 3 1S14 riculum of the university therefore will ed by Deputy Sheriff Win Lawson for Humphrey fund for the benefit of stuso roof at consist entirely of courses in higher studies the killing of Andy Bird with a shot- dents from Thomaston Me or others Kanawha county W Va is dead at a BSSB convenient dollar than the under her grandfathers lis 05 lie leaves 9 nine children ranging Virginia she is the for post graduates and students preparing gun ou last Monday gold dollar Its fractious of a dollar Monticello Lancaster News if noue from there apply in ages from 50 to 70 four of whom are AEKAID To COME are more convenient than those of a daughter of Jeffersons favorite child themselves for the professions The City Council of Russellyille has We have just lieen admiring one of Methodist preachers and housekeeper Martha who marrigold dollar entered into a contract to have the the handsomest oil pictures of Jacque was invited to It is the interest of tbe United States ed Thomas Maun Randolph Jr after Â¬ Biirnam Hume are agents for first Part Roses that we hove evei seen and had town illuminated by electricity Kentucky lion Aaher Ca- to use silver on equal terms as gold be- wards Governor of Virginia by whom plan is to place a 2000 candle it beeu in au art store we should have class insurance companies Try them of the ll the invitation 33 32 Here cause we are a great producer of silver she bore twelve children all of whom power arc light on each side of the known that a good pi ice would lie ask are dead except the eleventh child and from the mines and the demand for reply Court- house ed for it But imagiue a work of art Mr Cleveland has sold his Oakview coin increases its value aud adds to our seventh daughter the present Mrs House of Last week Col C N Butner was the of such intrinsic value being obtained property at Washington which in only living representa Meikleham the wealth tatives Washington Februa happy possessor of three good horses for nothing for that is practically the cludes the noted Red Top residence England and Germany have demon- Â¬ tive of Jefferson of two removes since M Boen Son sold on last Thurs Mr Oafwttl I shall not Oue morning he sold one to Col Thos case as it is a supplement to Demorests and 29 ncres of land near Washing etized silver aud are threatened with her sister Virginia Jeffersou Randolph day to Harvey Eakle of Tennessee 111 pt the invitation tendered me by H Hanks and gave another to his Family Magazine for April This won ton to a California syndicate for 140 revolution because they have thus de Prist died in 1882 Mrs Meikleham is the fine Denmark saddle stallion no J W daughter in Shelby county The noxl derful publication has on its Easter 000 a make of a cool 100000 for the The reawm is frauded and inioverished the people infirm by reason of advanced age Her B for 600 hat J F Dur- morning he went out to feed his re Â¬ garb aud it cerlainiy is an attractive We demonetized silver and it fell in son a mau of artistic temperament nt Now Jay F Dur--i- e W S Buckner who died at Paris was maining critter aud found her dead oue It There are many accidents ami dis during tlie late dis value from par lis to 72 cents on the now in middle life earns scarcely still p young man having been born in having choked herself to death during John Collins Iee a member of the HkMS which aflect Stock and cause se dollar In France silver stands at If enough for self support Of her two turbances that if they had me in Ken was well known through having the night wiih a rope that was about lite saving crew at Atlantic Cily - a lious inconvenience ami loss to the far1852 but tiiky they would kill me Knowing l grains of silver to one of gold daughters both of whom are iniddle bred Roseberry 219 and C F Clav her ueck Lawrenceburg News mer 111 his work which may be quickly member of the old Kentucky Lee fam- remedied by uses the most silver in the arts ageil the younger Miss Esther A the use of Dr J H Mc wham to be a journalist his France 218 a mark that equaled the is worth two million dollars A young ladv of Lexington found a ily and of all the world and maintains Its le- Meikleham born while her parents 27 39 Volcanic Oil Liniment rations to me impart absolute ve stallion record when made He also bred horse shoe and hoping it would bring He is not in the best health and it is his Leans gal teuder successfully were sojourning iu Scotland is employ Â¬ a number of I do not wish to be killed es mares and stallions by the good luck placed it under her pillow whim to live in his present position Silver conventions of the nations are ed in the patent office as a clerk at a respective sires y in Kentucky where such an Louisville Tobacco Market of those performers wheu she retired where she hail al In the course of the late excavations By Olover A Durrett Louisville Tobacco commou to attract atten- Â¬ absurd Can we persuade France to salary of 1000 a year while the other event is Messrs Miller Sibley have purchased ready placed her false teeth When made upon the Acropolis by the Greek Ware House tion For a good man to die any where agree to give sixteen grains of silver for has charge of the housekeeping Re- from E F Coe of New York fo 7500 she arose in the morning ere Sales on our market for the past Government under the direction of M course gain but I think I can one of gold when she cau sell a silver peated attempts by influential legislathe stallion Conductor by she placed the horse shoe in her mouth Kavvadias a small fragment of sculp- Â¬ week just closed amount to 3403 hhtls make more by dying later aud else dollar at the rates of fifteen aud a half tors to secure for Mrs Meikleham a Electioneer dam Sontag Mohawr Son and did not discover the mistake until tured marble was found which has witli receipts of 1807 hhds for the same grains for one of gold moderate pension have resulted only iu w here Very truly period Sales ou our market since Jan tag Mohawk is the dam of Sally Benton she went to make uptiie lied and found since become famous as The Restored The United Biases must regulate the failure In the Forty seventh aud uary 1st amount to 30279 hhds Sales J B REEL plate of teeth Bourbon News Eros 229 Sport 222 and her relative values of gold and silver for Forty eighth Congresses Representa2I7 ou our market up to this date of the Head of Iris iu the Parthenon Frieze Mr speaker you need not be the United States and let Frauce man Â¬ The skeleton of a man was found in a It was an American Dr Chas Wald crop of 1889 amount 19005 hhds tive W E Robinson of New York also the dam of two if not three others afraid iras shoppef time will soon age her own money Receipts of the new crop have been introduced a bill to pay her 5000 a that are expected to enter the 230 list this thicket uear Hazel Patch last week steln who identified the fragment somewhat curtailed this week by reasÂ¬ be here and no well resulated season Money of the United States should year subsequently amended to 2500 who possibly was the subject of foul and in HakiKKs Magazine for March on of the unfavorable weather condi Kentuckian would think ol squan- be gold silver and paper of equal values Congress however refused to pass the W Sutton auctioneer reports the play but which it is generally thought he will publish for the first time an lions for handling tobacco Sale- - howGeo dering a bullet on you when there aud unlimited coiuage If England measure on the ground that its enact following sales of brood mares and colts was the remains of a person who had account of this archie logical exploit ever continue liberal and prices are fully sustained on all grades with a are things so important as and Germany briig their silver here ment would set a dangerous precedent at the livery stables of Bush Cockreil laid down to sleep and had frozen to The article will be illustrated It slight improvement iu values for low hopers with which to have fun for coinage all tbe better for us But I for other claims less meritorious for last Saturday afternoon death The flesh was entirely off the Brood mares S O Boughman a citizen grade colory hurley veuture to predict that In such cases civil pensions averaged 100 yearling and 2 year olds bones and bits of clothing were scatterThe following quotations fairly repBoyle county committed suicide by resent our of market for Burley tobacco brought from 40 to 125 Uth of these Government- - would reLIABILITY OF iNks RELATIVE TO the highest ed for yards around In a pocketwhich hanging Sunday in a fit of despon Â¬ crop of 18 9 store silver at once to its former coprice paid for a brood mare was 176 was found there was a purse containDEP0SI1 As yesterdays North bound passen rash Dark cr damaged tobacco dency equal rank in the moneys of the world ger drew up to the bridge on Hanging About 20 head were sold Mt Sterling ing 560 aud a few papers hut none 1 00 to 3X UAIWT UUIXKEXNKSS any name Stanford Journal Goid and silver certificates should Fork the eugiueer saw two forms lying Gazette In all beariug Liuroi The Court of Appeals has af Colory Trash 350 to 750 Own most Lugs not colory the World there is but One lure 3 50 to firmed the decisions of the Su- - then be issued for all individual coin on tbe track about middle way of the The Kentucky Southern Oil and Hon C M Thomas has introduced the SB 00 Dr Haines Golden Specific e Court and the Circuit in bulk on deposit in tbe Treasury pay bridge He whistled and reversed the following in the Kentucky Legislature Natural Gas Company struck oil on Colory Lugs 6 00 to 1000 It can be In a cup of tea or coffee able at tbe option of the Secretary of engine but could neither in the case of the I Common Leaf 700 to JS 50 knowledge of the person taking awake the An act to prevent false timing at trotting the Winlock farm three miles south of without thesivu ii effecting a speetly Medium to gool leaf J9U0 to 1300 Bank of ieorgetown against the the Treasury in either metal Thus sleepers nor stop the train Wheu the contests in the Commonwealth making Oil City yesterday The oil flowed in whether the patient Is aand iisswimiil cure moderate drinker or Good to line fillers I100 to 1700 he whole question is solved and the train came within a few yards of pulsations at every five minutes It aa aleoliolic wreck Tim nils of drunkards Second National Bank of Lexing them it unlawful for any party acting as official Select or wrappery tobacco 17 00 lo hive been cured who Imve tnken theUoldeu ton oc This is the noted case in world has au honest equal currency of one awoke and throwing himself hack timer to announce a slower or faster time caught tire shortly after the flow com Â¬ Specific In their coffee will out tlieir knowl Â¬ S2i i SO edge and to day thluk they juit drinking of gold and silver and paier Such legit- ward fell into the stream the other was than that actually made and fixing a fine menced and consumed thederrick and tlieir own free will No harmful eiloei rewhich the younjr man Wolfe of imate swell ot the currency would in- run over aud besides having both legs not to exceed administration Cures guaran Â¬ Scott forged checks on one Bur- duce a 500 and imprisonment for everything around it The flow isatthe sults from Itfor circular ami full particulars commercial prosperity un Â¬ cut off above the kuees his entrails were six months rate of 150 to 200 gallons per day aud is teed Mend confidence Ooldkn fi kcific Address In gess a depositor in the George- known before iu our history 17 lti said to be a very good quality Pipes ISoIUceSt Cincinnati O out He was taken to Junction City town bank and had them cashed A H Moore of Colmer Pa has purThese principles are well proven by aud was barely alive wheu last iieard will be applied and the fire extinguish- Â¬ William Jenkins the at the Lexington bank the for- - tlie experience of Kentucky In the chased from Robert Steel the following sSSyr Sggggggg running through a period of third decade of the century sprang up from The other tramp has not been mares for 7500 Medietta by Happy ed The company is very much elated Laurel county boy who was rcenily over the large production heajd of ami it is thought that be was sent to the penitentiary under sentence five or six months th ASWSggVAy Medium dam Queen by Mambrino the Old and New Court parties A remarkablt snake story current of a yenr for stealing a jar of candy fSgSSSa tt town bank regularly accepting the Tbe paper money crauks passed a drowued Stanford Journal Champion stinted to Woodnut 2 i6t was given an unconditional pirdon by Mabel Medium by Happy Medium dam throughout British India is thus sum in the Lexington bank law making State Treasury notes or Governor Buckner up iu au article on The RELIGIOUS Blanche Star by American Star stinted med until the forgeries were discovered Commonwealth mouey Oat money or Cobra Stone which Profess Â¬ to Antevolo ivacity 10 by The lower court held that the a legal teuder This the old court deAd rice to Slot hcra 219 Mrs WntsiWa SooTHZKOSTBCPahonldalwayi The revision committee of New Albany Happy Medium dam Annie Steel by or H Heusoldt PhD of Columbia jetown bank should sustain cided unconstitutional As tbe court bt used when children are cutting teeth It m College New York has written for the IiCTee theUtUe5ufT1rerit one ltproduceanatural Fearnaught 223 stinted to Antevolo held office during good behavior the Presbytery held a session al Madison the loss quiet slep and the Utile cherub uwukesax bright March number of Harpers Magazine Indiana and unanimously decided in favor 2io2 Stock Farm as u button it is very pleaMint to tiute It It will be recalled that Wolfe cranks as they could not remove tbe Some cobras perhaps one iu twenty soothe the child softens t he tumn allays all pain revision with th proviso that the Cal Judges knocked the seat from under of rcgn iates the bowels and is the best known reined j irger was sent to the peniWilkes Bird by Mambrino By dam are iu possession of a precious stone for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or tentiary and that he entered into them abolished the court aud made vanistic system shall not be impaired George Wilkes the property of Dr J P which shines iu the dark Tbts stone other causes Tweatj trt cents a bottle Elder D F Stafford who held several Herndon Richmond tt 5 a plot with Graves of Madison a new court aud Judges on March loth the snake is in the habit of cam ing The upshot was that tbe paper money meetings at Ford and who recently mar- dropped a bay horse colt by Vatican alfout in its mouth regarding it as a county and Allsop of Jefferson Churchill Yeager aged 88 years died Both the method and results whoi having no metal basis of redemption ried Mit s Mollie Shearer of Brookstown 229 by Belmont There never was a treasure which it carefully preserves hi from the penitentiary in Boyle county He leaves a wife aged Syrup of Figs is tahen it is slrassnl has been called to labor for the Christian finer combination of biood as is seen by and release all the convicts But rapidly fell iu value No man would and defends with its life Al night the S4 years and rtfrcshhijr to the taste am acts Wolfe wa killed just outside the loan gold snd silver or sell property ou Oo clies at Warsaw Ky and Rising tracing the pedigree Wilkes Bids full cobra deposits the stone in the grass Sun Ind Winchester Democrat Sick headache wind on the somach gently yet promptly en the Kidneys credit to be paid in depreciated cursister produced Allerton 218 and her and watches it as if fascinated for by young Jerry South while Liver pml Bowels clonuses ti biliousness nausea are promptly was that gold and After the sermon at the Baptist Church half sister Lou produced the celebrated hours but woe to him who liieu ap agreeably banished by Dr J H andÂ¬ tem effectually es aud Allsop escaped to rency The result Mc dispels codlieid ette county where they were silver disappeared from all business Sunday morning the pastor notified his Axtell The colt has been named Ashby proaches for the cobra is never more Leans Little Liver aud Kiduey Pilleis aches and fevers and cures habitual The paper money ran down to forty congregation that he would undertake to in honor of the late Dr Moses Q Ashby dangerous than wheu occupied in this 15c a vial 27 3 killed by the sheriffs posse they constipation Syrup of Figs h the ou tbe dollar bank- Â¬ raise money with which to build a new who formerly owned the Herndon place manner The professor tells how he having first killed Mr Cassell the cents threatened and universal Lincoln National Bank stock is 5118 only remedy of iu kiud ever pro-Â¬ ruptcy the State and the Baptist church and handed blank notes duced pleasiin to the taste and ac A road match for 250 a side came off secured oue of these precious stones by per share well known Confederate soldier people There was such a political to each member present requesting them ceptable to the stomach prompt ii iast week at New York between ife pacer tricking its serpent owner and how tight as was never seen ix4oreor since to fill them and return Sunday week Are you restless at nght and harass its action aud Monkey Rolla 215 and the trotter he accounts scientifically for the seem ed by a lad cough truly beneficial in its KEDISTEICT Use Dr J H Me The crauks were put out of power One gentleman at once filled and delivertrial to road wagon Tho ing uurvel of The Nsja Kallu Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm it will se- Â¬ effects prepared only from the irsostr currency restored ed to him his note for ioOj Mt Sterl- Little Wonder the old court aud cure you sound sleep aud eflect a healthy aiid agreeable substances its course was from One Hundred and Thirty-tThe Democratic Legislatures of Ohio Then tbe good old Commonwealth ing Gazette 27 3H many excellent qualities commend it Street to One Hundred ani Fifty CONCERNING FARMERS prompt aud radical cure hird aud Maryland have redistricted those righted up and regaiued her former to all and have made it tho most thanking Divine Provi- third street and Seventh Avenue Monkey A resolution Reuben Gentry an aged mid promiStates into Congressional districts prosperity Boyle county 600 pound ytarling nent citizen of Boyle county died last popular remedy known In dence for the general prosperity of the Rolla to carry two men weighing 300 SSSMreby the Democrats will gain Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c week He had been director of a Danenough members of the National House in tbe city of Louisville proper there country was introduced into the Illinois pounds and Little Wonder one mn The sold for 3J cents and 1 bottles by all leailiug dreg Karris Wood sold last week lo Ti ib ville Bank for 2 5 years and was owner Swedish Lutheran Conference at Rock distance is about one mile and the centcst t a Democratic Speaker of the are 2800 saloons Outside of the city gits Any reliable druggki who of Elmwood Block Farm Fifty aeeoud jougrcM assuming that and in Jefferson county there are 250 ford 111 Ia6t week but was defeated by was to be best two in three The pacer ble of Madison county 67 may not have it on handtrill pro delegates on the ground driven by the veteran Pete Manee won in weighing 800 pounds ul 3j cents sob party will bold its own in all the more not to mention the numerous the farmer lay Far better than the harsh treatmen cure it for pound also to Ferguson of Bourbon of medicines which horribly gripe the wishes topromptly Do any one vh etber States Here is precedent for places where liquor is sold on tbe sly that there had not been such prosperity as two straight heats try it not accept anv Kentucky whose Legislature should at Tbe saloons in tbe city as shown by a to call for special thanks and the theologThere are many who think that tie trot- two car loads of 1300 pound feeders at patient and destroy the coating of the substitute stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills set talking the ting boom is at its height says the Breeder 4 cents Danville Advocate SSirt proceed to pass the prepared careful estimate sell ou an average of ically inclined have been CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO aud Fever Cure by mild effective Reports from the winter wheat crops action will cure Bold atjet cents a and Sportsman but we venture to predict tmnnurf redisricting the State Louis- - 200 drinks a day eacb making a total matter pro and con SO 8AS FRANCISCO CAL L0UtSVIU KX 27 39 of 560000 drinks every 24 hours Tbe Sem anual Southern Convention of that what is called a boom is really no of the diQerent States indicate no dam- - bottle Warrauted nw mr r MONEY TOM HEEDS DREAM Â¬ Â¬ RACKET STORE -- FORMERLY TUE- - ykar fiso Â¬ Variety Store FIRST DOOR WEST OF FARMERS BANK Does the best anil sqnarest advertising of any htMM in Rich We do not mean on paper for talk is moiil cheap but we do mean by way of Â¬ ACTUAL VALOE FOB MONEY RECEIVED We GUARANTEE to give you MORE FOB VOIR DOLLAR than any house iu town Call and see if this assertion is untrue Â¬ Â¬ i- Â¬ CTTTST 24 12 - Â¬ Â¬ Taylor Hair Â¬ Â¬ Farm and best Sheets fi pound writing paper Sheets heavy foolscap 2i XXX envelopes Ladies Hose Mens Socks Ladies Handkerchiefs do Gents do Heavy work Shirts do Linen Collars do 2 LOOK 5 8 10 8 I 12j and up 1 4 - and up 10 and up 2 for 8535 and np 15c 2 for 25c 2 ml up do Cuffs market Gallon covered bucket erata CLOSING OUT GENTS HEAVY UNDERWEAR AT COST ifSTID 36- - ITOOME SEE us Â¬ THE COURT NT- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 FOR SALE But the Finest Line Harware Stoves Tinware -- 1 of- - Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY Â¬ Fitzpatrick Phelps -- The 0 K BMC E is the Best Stove Built Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we before Buy it try it and you cant deny it We is the best plow made also handle the PLOWS Is the best made wecarry a kwge stock of them Big Injun Plow Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market a number of them We have already sold Â¬ Â¬ - THE MALTA DOUBLE We SHOVEL aut-at-Ar- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carry a large line of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS BRIDLES LINES HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS and Â¬ everything necessary to hitch np Also roll sets of t Â¬ Wagon HARNESS AVE ti 20 HANDLE ALL KIIVDS OE GARDEN three-year-ol- din FARMING AND IMPLEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes Â¬ TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY Call and see our gcods and prices and we will suit you well-to-d- o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ FITZPATRICK as PHELPS Ky c Main Street Richmond A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 6 SCHAKHALSEN Â¬ Tailor Over Richmond Dringhams Ky kWflk Naj-i-Kall- m BROWN Big Lot SuIbs cb Bud COME AND LOOK AT THEM tO I will make you a guit from 20 UP 50 according to the goods and trimmings Single pair of pants from Satisfaction guaranteed 5 up to 15 38 41 CRAPSEY 46 Â¬ Wiggins Block Cincinnati O Aroliitoots J A 6 WILLIAMSON CITY ENGINEER Civil Engineer and Surveyor Â¬ Â¬ Cud refer to building successfully erected In Richmond Maysville Ml Sterling Winchester and Owingsville 65 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Lines retraced Having closed out my grocery and to topographicalSpecial attention given an uUJ of Rone on the road I desire to wind up farms and other maf lands Correspond Â¬ My account the busiiiMjs are in the ence tolicted with parties hands of J D Keenky for collection Plea e pay him 35 40 L T WILSON AW Offlce City Hall RichmondKy SETTLE UP Farm draiuage Town Lou Ljd off Surveys made for Railways Turn pikes Roadways Estimates given 4c GENERAL LAND SURVEYS otssjs ass Â¬ HEMP SEED 37 44 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Home grown China hemp seed guaranteed new for sale For price etc O I DOUGLASS address Lexington Ky Â¬ Office for Rent A nice convenient ai I it us office comer Main and h stairs this place For 1 bv W H HsMiik v w omce Hu ta Â¬ ble for lawyer doctor d or for any similar purpose 3Wiluam STEELE BROS Yarnalltou Ky jt Â¬ Â¬ For Rent Two nice rooms over Racket 8tore suitable for Millinery Dressmaking 37 Rent reasonable M J HILL j ur U Irvivf If you want to buy a sulk buggy or carriage cal on Douelson for he has the latest bet and cheapeat THE CLIMAX FRLNCH TIPTON IlBUSHEU EVEIIY MONEY TOM KEEDS DREAM -- Editor Paper written by Gen C M Clay and read before tbe Filaou Club Louisville at its last meeting 1890 New York Sua Â¬ WEPNCOAY BT The Climax Printing Wm G Co oln SILVER AX1 COPPFB- - White Ciias 1MK S Powell PBICE YKAU flM 12 1890 We4aedy - - - lUrch K by twtl man Taulbee shot in Washii will in all proba 1 bility have died before Tut Cu max reaches its readers this rnorn- - iac TO UL IUSTKICT THE STATE ditr The Lepdatore proposes to re State 60 as to make ut of the eleven districts ab solutely certain of Democratic The proposed new rities i li district as hereunder given Andenots Boyle Garrard Lincoln Madison e Shelby and Mer Sjen Demo cer Total vote THANK 27029 2741 AWrTLLY we published a picture of Youngs High Bridge at Tyrone ly and wrote an article about it YVe find that our venerable friend of the Nicholas villo Journal adopted the article as an editorial in his issue of last week without any credit or reference to Tut Climax It atfords us pleasure to see our effort i thoroughly appreciated by an able and experienced editor like the one who pushes the tjuill for the Journal MINNEAPOLIS NEKYE These three metals have for ages been used by the world as money because of the estimation of their intrin sic value and because they are best suited for coinage nu account of their ductility freedom from rust injury from acids etc The e metals would probably be tbe mediums of exchange all tbe same if there was no money in the world By money I ineau what the State makes legal tender in the payment of taxes and debts betweeu individuals All that governments cau do theu legitimately is to take these great commercial metal- and weigh and stamp them to facilitate exchanges The State can not none but God can make a dollar The relative value of these metah is determined by the laws of common supply and demand Tbe only in fluence law can have upon tbe value of these metals is the enhanced value which tbe demand for money purposes gives them Paper money is legitimate only so far as it represents the metHls In itself it has not nor can by law be made to have any real value All money therefore should he equal in value else somebody Is cheated The State in weighing the metals stamps them for the puipoees of com merce She goes further she decides their relative value also as that one grain of gold is worth sixteen grains of silver When commercisl laws change the relative values of the metals the State should at proper intervals so de Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Then Speaker Keed he thanked his luck And packed his trunk for Old Kaintuck Which when he saw it was so fair In natures beauty everywhere He could in no way understand He wasnt in the Promised Land Until sonic nudges made him think That it was time to take a drink Then did this man from Maine forsooth Believe it of a very truth For what they gave him beat by odds The crackedup nectar of the gods A golden oil in crystal bowls To grease the gudgeons of mens souls And fill the air with such perfumes As only fall from heavenly blooms A thousand beauteous women smiled And Speaker Reed went crazy wild With questions fast his hosts besought If all the angels had been brought From heaven why oh why not deign To send a few up into Maine Then as the train its slow length drew And brought the Bluegrass into view Where knee deep by the further wood The herds of Durham cattle stood And horses whose imperial blood Christin Workers will meet in Howling Green Ky on March i8 19 20 and 21 1890 The Convention is entirely non Sectarian in its aims and desire merely to promote a practical study of the Bible and thus spread the civilizing influences of Christianity All church members devout- Â¬ ly interested in religious work and recom- Â¬ mended by proper church officers will be received as delegates will be entitled to reduced rates on the different railroads and be entertained by the citizens of Bowling Green During the meetings the Convention will be addressed by the most prominent and able speakers of the Protestant denomination among whom are Dr John A Broadus Dr W J Darby Bishop C C Penick Dr J E Giloert Dr J C McClurkin Prof T M Hawes Rey Geo II Simmons and others A choir of one hundred select voices has been organized and is now in active rehersal As there is to be a large attendance it is earnestly requested that the delegates send in their names at once to Prof John B Preston Bowling Green Ky so that they may be assigned homes Bowling Green Democrat Â¬ Made kinglier every kingly stud Whose flying feet the dusl had hurled Into the faces of the world Which followed as the thunder crash Comes in behind the lightning flash The Speaker rose and thus he said If this be dying kill me dead Deep from the flask a drink he drank And back into hU place he sank Id rather die amid these cheers Than live in Maine a thousand years Twas thus the Speaker smiling spoke As turning in his chair he woke 0KAXUES IX IALIEORXIA clare their relative value Paper money has beeu a necessity of modern commerce Iustead of carry ing the heavy metals to distait States paper payable ut those respective places om tiieir face demaodable in coin or bullion is eminently useful The Slate should therefore supply this so- The Minneapolis Exposition has lie world famous Straus orchestra of Vienna to play lor veek at the fabulous pries of day No other city on ontinent has had the nerve The ploy tiiis orchestra rival city of St laul should now the yarn that the I ant the Bible excluded from the public schools it mention bt Paul and not Minneapolis A SEESAW PERFORMANCE the Court of Appeals of - that the bonds men ol i lie defaultiii State Treasurer shall pay his deficit ol just M the expert ao cover that the State coin surer of Mississippi j not a I that the liter it i d irer ol Missoori is a niter in the sum of 130000 late yean as one insurer in Ue Mississippi up serenely another down sadly Only a few -- iacovety was made he State Treasurer of Louisi roag M well as not returned amide She ouirht not to - have afiaii m Kentucky 1 come was invited to Hon AsherCa- the invitation Here Lers reply House of - called money This can best be done by issuing silver gold or treasury notes or ceriuirates upon the coin or bullion cleosited iu tbe States treas- Â¬ ury Bimetallism trimetallism or mo nometallism depend upou simple principles The same laws of money and commercial rules which govern gold govern all three of thee metals If one is useful all are useful To at Â¬ tempt to change their values or use by arbitrary laws is a fraud and cheat upon somebody either the creditor or the dehtor The small value of Conner excludes it from the equal privileges of gold and silver In fact it is useful more as au alloy than as a distinct metal Let us then consider only gold and silver as mediums of exchange or legal money As gold and silver are the re Â¬ presentatives of other values as well as values in themselves there is no reason why one should be made money and lac other not If all the money of tbe Slate consisted of gold and silver of eijiiil aggregate value and one or the other was demonetised the debtor class would be cheated in au indefinite sum approximating one half of their debts Neither then should be Ignor Â¬ ed but both kept as equal mediums of exchange and payment of taxes and delits Silver is aud has always been and is likely to le tbe coin of the greatest use by mankind Whilst the commer- Â¬ cial demand for both metals is about equal it has sutierior claims as coin It is a more convenient dollar than the gold dollar Its fractious of a dolar are more convenient than those of a gold dollar It is the interest of tbe Cnited States to use silver on equal terms as gold be cause we are a great producer of silver from be mines and the demand for coin increases its value aud adds to our Â¬ Â¬ The San Francisco Chronicle ha9 just completed the first thorough effort to ascertain the acreage devoted to orange growing in California and the crop of the present season From the returns received it put9 the total acreage iu the State over 50000 acres of which more than half is not yet iu bearing The total crop now beiug harvested will reach 1000000 boxes and tbeexpoits to the East are expected to lie nearly 3500 car loads The largest amount credited to a single place is at Riverside San Bernardino county which produce 360000 boxes Prices are higher than heretofore notwithstanding the crop is the largest ever known and in consequence planting of uew groves has been greatly stimulated and large quantities of fruit have been imported from Florida to supplement the inade quate home supply The orange crop of this season is worth fully 2000000 to producers Nearly half the counties of the State produce oranges but the bulk of the crop comes from Sau Ber uardiuo aud Los Angeles Â¬ THUS JEFFEUSOXS nUAXIlDArUHTER v Washington Febiua- wealth England and Germany have demon Dear Mr Carat I f lial not pt t lie invitHiiil tendered me by etized silver aud are threatened with - Clab II - reason is revolution because they have thus de If I notice that J P Dur- - frauded and inqoverished the people nt Now Jay F Dur- We demonetized silver and it fell in value from par loo to Scents on the e during the late iis dollar In France silver stands at It i they had meiiiKen laesa that 1 1 grains of silver to one of gold j would kill me Knowing id Durham to be a journalist his France uses the most silver in the arts declaration to me impart absolute ve- of all the world and maintains its leracity I do not wish to be killed es gal lender successfully I mucky where such an Silver conventions of the nations are event in too common to attract atten absurd Can we persuade France to tion For a good man to die any where agree to give sixteen grains of silver for course gaiu but I think I can one of gold when she cau sell a silver make more by dying later and else dollar at the rates of fifteen aud a half grains for one of gold where Very truly The United Biases must regulate the J B REED relative values of gold and silver for Mr Speaker you need not be the United Slates and iet France man tive W E Robinson of New York hopper time will soon age her own money introduced a bill to pay ber 5000 a be here and no well regulated Money of the United States should year subsequently amended to 2500 Kentuckian would think of squan be gold silver and pajer of equal values dering a bullet on you when there and unlimited coiuage If Englaud Congress however refused to pass the measure on the ground that its enactre tl important as and Germany briug their silver here ment would set a dangerous precedent hoppers with which to have fun for coiuage ail the better for us But I for other claims less meritorious for venture to predict that In such cases civil pensions ksta of these Governments would re LlALlLITt W HANKS RELATIVE To store silver at once to its former coDEPOSITS As yesterdays North bound passen equal rank iu the moneys of tbe world ger drew up to the bridge on Hanging Gold and silver certificates should Fork The Court of Appeals has afthe engineer saw two forms lying then be issued for ali individual coin on the track about firmed the decision of tl middle way of the ae Court and the Circuit iu bulk on deposit in the Treasury pay bridge He whistled aud reversed the f in the ca e of the Deposit able at tbe option of the Secretary of engine but could neither awake the the Treasury in either metal Thus sleepers nor stop irgetown against the tbe train Wbeu the id National Bank of Lexing ihe whole question is solved and the train came within a few yards of them world has au honest equal currency of one - the noted c awoke and throwing himself back which the young man Wolfe of gold aud silver and paer Huch legit- ward fell into the stream the other was Scott forged checks on one Bur imate swell ot tbe currency would in- run over and besides having both legs gnas a depositor in the George- duce a commercial prosperity un Â¬ cut off above the knees his entrails were out He was taken to Junction City town bank and had them cashed known before iu our history These principles at the Lexington bank the for the experience of are well proven by aud was barely alive wbeu last heard Kentucky In the i running through a period of third decade of the century sprang up from The other tramp has not been heajd of and it is thought that he was months the George- tbe Old aud New Court parties town bank reirularly accepting the The paper money cranks passed a drowued Stanford Journal checks from the Lexington bank law making State Treasury notes or until the forgeries were discovered Commonwealth mouey flat money RELIGIOUS The lower court held that the a legal tender This the old court deThe revision committee of New Albany m bank should sustain cided unconstitutional As tbe court the loss held office during good behavior the Presbytery held a session at Madison It will be recalled that Wolfe cranks aa they could not remove the Indiana and unanimously decided in favor the lorger was sent to the peni- Judges knocked the seat from under of revision with the proviso that the Cal tentiary and that he entered into them abolished the court aud made vanistic system shall not be impaired Elder D F Stafford who held several with Graves of Madison a new court aud Judges Tbe upshot was that tbe paper money meetings at Ford and who recently marnd Allsop oi Jefferson cape from the penitentiary having no metal basis of redemption ried Miss Mollie Shearer of Brookstown and release all the convicts But rapidly fell in value No man would has been called to labor for the Christian YVolfe was killed just outside the loan gold snd silver or sell property on Churches at Warsaw Ky and Rising by young Jerry South while credit to be paid in depreciated ear Sun Ind Winchester Democrat r and Allsop escaped to reucy The result was that gold and After the sermon at the Baptist Church silver disapieared from all business Sunday morning the pastor notified his ette county where they w killed by the sheriffs posse they The paner money ran down to forty congregation that he would undertake to having first killed Mr Cassell the cents ou tbe dollai and universal bank- raise money with which to build a new ruptcy threatened the State and tbe Baptist church and handed blank notes well known Confederate soldier people There was such a political to each member present requesting them fight as was never seen betoreor since to fill them and return Sunday week KEDISTKICT The cranks were put out of power One gentleman at once filled and deliverthe old court aud currency restored ed to him his note for 1000 Mt SterlThe Democratic Legislatures of Ohio Then tbe good old Common wealth and Maryland have redi tricted those righted up aud regaiued her former ing Gazette A resolution thanking Divine ProviSlates into Congressional districts prosperity whereby the Democrats will gaiu dence for the general prosperity of the atougli members of the National House In tbe city of Louisville proper there country was introduced into the Illinois to elect a Democratic Speaker of the are 2800 saloons Outside of the city Swedish Lutheran Conference at Rock second Congrats aaaunoing that and in Jefferson county there are 250 ford 111 last week but was defeated by eh party will bold it owr ia all the more not to mention the numerous the farmer lay delegates on the ground Here ia precedent for places where liquor is sold on the sly that there had not been such prosperity as IJSjnar States Hpsneky whose should at Tbe aaloous in the city as shown by a to call for special thanks and the theologpass the prepared careful estimate aell ou an average of ically inclined have been set talking the g the State Louis- - 200 drinks a day each making a total matter pro and con of 560000 drinks every 24 hours Tbe Sera anual Southern Convention of j Â¬ Â¬ itÂ¬ Â¬ In Georgetown D C in an humble cottage which rents for 520 a month lives the only surviving grand child of Thomas Jefferson Her name is Mrs Septimia Randolph Meikleham widow of David S Meikleham long since dead She is now iu her 76th year a cultured amiable veuerable old lady with two daughters and one son iu her household A luxuriant growth of curly silvery white hair surrounds her face which bears a striking resemblance to that of her illustrious grandfather Her descent from him is direct Boru January 1S14 and clear under her grandfathers roof at Monticello Virginia she is the daughter of Jeffersons favorite child and housekeeper Martha who married Thomas Mauu Randolph Jr after- Â¬ wards Governor of Virginia by whom she bore twelve children all of whom are dead except the eleventh child and seventh daughter the present Mrs Meikleham the only living representative of Jefferson of two removes siuce her sister Virginia Jefferson Randolph Trist died iu 1882 Mrs Meikleham la infirm by reason of advanced age Her son a man of artistic temperameiit now in middle life earns scarcely enough for self support Of her two daughters both of whom are middle aged the younger Miss Esther A Meikleham boru while ber parents were sojourning iu Scotland is employed iu ttie patent office as a clerk at a salary of 1000 a year while the other has charge of the housekeeping Re peated attempts by influential legisla tors to secure for Mrs Meikleham a moderate pension have resulted only in failure In the Forty seventh aud Forty eighth Congresses Representa t Rev B M Neal who was on trial all last week at Mt Vernon Mo charged with bigamy was convicted and gven two years in the penitentiary the jury render- Â¬ ing that verdict Saturday after being out six hours He was charged with marrying a Miss Smith at that place when he had a wife at Junction City Ky The investigation grew out of a church row his opponents coming all the wav to Kentucky to procure evidence against him A preacher named B M Neal did marry a Mis Mann in Boyle county this State and afterwards deserted her She married again and is now Mrs Hamner and although the convicted man protests that he is not that Neal she insisted that he wa her long lost husband Neal was here some months ago procuring depositions that he was not that Neal although some of the older people say they recognized him He was pastor of a flourishing Christian church at Mt Vernon Mo and stood high as a man and as a prescher till the unfortunate church row which resulted so disastrously to him His friends however still maintain with him that it is a case of mutaken identity if not malicious persecution Stanford Journal Bishop John E Hurst of the Methodist Episcopal Church has taken up his option which had not expired on the ninety acres of land on Massachusetts avenue extended in Washington upon which it is proposed to erect a National Methodist University He had already paid 1000 for the optionand makes the first payment of 20000 on the land The tract is to cost 100000 to be paid in five annual installments of 20000 each The project has been received with enthusiasm by Methodists all over the country and Bishop Hursts mail is full of letters of commendation There seems to be no doubt of the success of the enterprise and the two million dollars which are neces- Â¬ sary for its success will be made up in a comparatively short time A number of prominent men have promised it their support and liberal contributions The land is splendidly situated and is just west of Oakview ex President Clevelands former country house which he sold a few days ago for 140000 It is especially adapted to the purpose of a University As yet nothing definite has been arranged as to the plans of the building Bishop Hurst states that the question cf establishing a collegiate department in connection with the university has been decided in the negative Dickinson and other Methodist colleges being ample fo- - all demands for some time to come The cur- Â¬ riculum of the university therefcre will consist entirely of courses in higher studies for post graduates and students pteparing themselves for the professions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ false inflation but the market value of stallions and prices will remain for years to come as high as they are at present It is only a few months ago that F P Lowell of Sacramento sold to Crittenden Barri of Bridgeport Conn the Electioneer stallion Fallis 223 for the stated price of 12000 A few days ago the new owners refused 25000 for the horse Stock Farm Race horses have curious fancies sometimes and they may effect the animals at a time when their best efforts are wanted Elkwood who won the Suburban Handicap last year is one of these equine cranks his peculiarity being that he will not run on a track that is in the least degree wet even though only a light shower has fallen On such occasions Elkwood might as well be left in the barn for all the run- Â¬ ning he will do and this is why he was not started for the Brooklyn Handicap last year Parole the famous gelding that went to England a dozen years ago and wor so many races was a cranky horse and his head was simply full of odd notions He learned for instance to know that when the pail containing water was taken from his stall in the morning in stead of being left in the corner there was a race on hand and he would fret himself into a lather over the matter The trotter Goldsmith Maid was exactly like Parole in this respect She knew on account of her head being tied up that the day of a race had arrived hut for all that tdie would stand quietly enough until afternoon and then thinking it about time lor the fun to begin she would plunge about in rather an When harnessed for a alarming fashion race the Maid would tremble like a leaf until Budd Doble got into the sulky but once she was headed for the gate all her nervousness was gone and she began figuring how to beat her opponents She was very cunning about this especially in the matter of scoring declining to come to the wire unless she was on even terms with the other horses and many a false score has been caused by her holding back because she thought she was getting the worst of the send off That horses or at least some of them know when men are drunk is not to be doubted Gen Yorke a thoroughbred that was owned by one of the Lorillards was such a savage that it was unsafe for even his attendant to go near him unless provided with a stout stick but let a man whose breath smelled of liquor enter the stall and Gen Yorke was as quiet as a lamb The old time trotter Gen Grant not the one with a record of 221 but his predecessor by many years on the turf was another respecter of people who had been indulging too freely although at other times he was ready to eat a man Fisherman one of the most celebrated thoroughbreds of his day in England would not run well at the pole not fancying the fence and an ether trick of his was never to run well when the sun was shining no matter whether he was out for exercise or started in a race A southern wind and a cloudy sky were what Fisherman wanted Duntons Spirit of the Turf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ age in Kentucky from the blizzard or The Singer Still on Top the Hessian fly while Indiana Ohio IllThe business of the 8inger Sewing inois aud Michigan have suffered from Machine Company was larger last year both The most discouraging report than for ten years before and so far comes from Illinois Cuiirier Jourual this year is better than it was last Our A vegetable paiasite is gaining a machines are improving year by year strong foothold and is spreading and now are the simplest in construc throughout the hemp aud tobacco dis Â¬ tion most durable and best for the tricts of Central Kentucky It vegetates monev of any machine made 3SJ 40 J F MONE only in the shade attains the height of seven or eight inches and bears a pretty money box of the Thieves stole the flower It ts said to be very destruc C H A D at Cincinnati and got off tive to hemp and tobacco as its rois with 1200 Â¬ RACKET STORE -- FORMERLY TU1 are matted and stubbornly retard the Children will freely take Dr J H growth of hemp aud tobacco at a eriod McLeaus Tar Wine L g Balm unthe most injurioii- like eoogil syrups it contains no opium The Farmers Alliance of Michigan will soothe and heal any diseaseot the We are iu favm Uimat or lungs quicker than any other resolved as follows li ii lemedy our national reveof such a revision of The oflice of Assistant Secretary of nue laws as will protect producers laborers and farmers against ruinous War lias been created by a vote of both competition of foreign production and bod iet- of Congress cheaper labor The present tariff laws If you sutler prickim pains on mov are unequal in that the manufacturer ing Ihe eyes or cannot bear bright light and find your sight weak and is given more protection than the prouse Dr J ducer Manufactured goods are given failing you should promptly Eye Halve H MeLcana Strengthening raw materials from our U5 cents a box preference over 27 39 farms and mines and capital is given The British steamer Qietla was preference over producers and labor wrecked oil Ihe Australian coast and ers Hit passengers and seamen were lost Â¬ - Variety Store FIRST DOOR WEST OF FARMERS BANK Does the best and squarest advertising of any house in Rich mond We do not mean on paper for talk is cheap but we do mean by way of ACTUAL VALUE FOR MONEY RECEIVED Â¬ We GUARANTEE to give you MORE FOR TOUB DOLLAR than any house in town Call and see if this assertion is untrue Â¬ CTTTST A Nuer Ending lule of Fortune NEWS PARAGRAPHS GeD Lew Wallace has been strongly urged of late to assist in the missionary enterprise of ptnSlishiug in Syria an Arabian translation of his story lien Hur King Dinah the Senegambian chief who made a sensation in Paris last summer is having trouble with his subjects because he has adopted some of the habits of civilization Jas Rose was lodged iu jail here Wednesday night having been arrested by Deputy Sheriff Wm Lawson for the killing of Andy Bird with a shot gun ou last Monday Lancaster News The City Council of Itussellyille has entered into a contract to have the town illuminated by electricity Part of the plan is to place a UOOO candle power arc light on each side of the Â¬ Court- house - Son sold on last Thursday to Harvey Eakle of Tennessee 111 the fine Denmark saddle stallion J W T M Boen Â¬ B for 600 W S Buckner who died at Paris was still a young man having been born in 1852 but was well known through having bred Roseberry 219 and C F Clav a mark that equaled the 5 year-old 2S Â¬ stallion record when made He aho bred a number of mares and stallions by he respective sires of those 2 10 performers Messrs Miller Sibley have purchased from E F Coe of New York for 7500 the three year-old stallion Conductor by Â¬ Electioneer dam Sontag Mohawn Son tag Mohawk is the dam of Sally Benton Eros 229 Sport 222 and 217 also the dam of two if not three others that are expected to enter the 230 list this Geo W Sutton auctioneer reports the following sales of brood mares and colts at the livery stables of Bush Cockrell last Saturday afternoon Brood mares averaged 100 yearlings and 2 year olds brought from 40 to 125 the lighest price paid for a brood mare was 176 About 20 head were sold Mt Sterling Gazette Hon C M Thomas has introduced the following in the Kentucky Legislature An act to prevent false timing at trotting contests in the Commonwealth making it unlawful for any party acting as official timer to announce a slower or faster time than that actually made and fixing a fine not to exceed 500 and imprisonment for six months has purchased from Robert Steel the following mares for 7500 Medietta by Happy Medium dam Queen by Mambrino Champion stinted to Woodnut 2Mabel Medium by Happy Medium dam Blanche Star by American Star Uinted to Antcvolo 2iq5 ivacity 10 by Happy Medium dam Annie Steel by Fcamaught 1233 stinted to Antcvolo 2i92 Stock Farm Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A H Moore of Colmer Pa Â¬ -- i Â¬ Wilkes Bird by Mambrino Bo- dam George Wilkes the property of Dr J P Hcrndon Richmond on March loth dropped a bay horse colt by Vatican Jt Dy Belmont There never was a finer combination of blood as is seen by tracing the pedigree Wilkes Birds full sister produced Allerton 218 and her half sister Lou produced the celebrated Axtell The colt has been named Ashby in honor of the late Dr Moses d Ashby who formerly owned the Herndon plaee - A road match for 250 a side came off last week at New York between the pacer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Monkey Rolla 2 1 5 2 and the trotter Little Wonder trial to road wagon Tho course was from One Hundred and Thirty-third Street to One Hundred and Fifty third street and Seventh Avenue Monkey Rolla to carry two men weighing 300 pounds and Little Wonder one man The distance is about one mile and the centest was to be best two in three The pacer driven by the veteran Pete Manee von in two straight heats There are many who think that the trotting boom is at its height says the Bieeder and Sportsman but we venture to predict thai what is called a boom is really no Â¬ Last week Col C N Butner was the happy possessor of three good horses One morning he sold one to Col Tboa H Hanks and gave another to his daughter in Shelby county The noxt morning he went out to feed his re maining critter aud found her dead having choked herself to death during the night with a rope that was about her neck Lawrenceburg News A young ladv of Lexington found a horse shoe and hoping it would bring good iuck placed it under her pillow wbeu she retired where she had already placed ber false teeth When she arose in the morning ere dawn she placed Use horse shoe iu her mouth and did not discover the mistake until she went to make up the tied and found her plate of teeth Bourbon News The skeleton of a man was found in a thicket near Hazel Patch last week who possibly was the sulject of foul play but which it is generally thought was the remains of a person who had laid down to sleep and IihcJ frozen to death The flesh was entirely off the bones and bits of clothing were scatter ed for yards around In a pocketwhich was found there was a purse containing 560 aud a few papers but noue bearing any name Staufoid Journal The Kentucky Southern Oil and Natural Gas Comnauv struck oil 00 the Winlock farm three miles south of1 Oil City yesterday The oil flowed in pulsations at every live minutes It caught fire shortly after the flow com Â¬ In Ihelr coffee without their knowlmenced and consumed the derrick and edge and to day thiuk they quit drinking of their own freewill No harmful fleet re everything around it The flow is at tbe subs from it administration Cures guaranfor circular and foil rata of 150 to 200 gallons per day aud is teed HeoA confidence Ooldkn particulars Address In lPBCIPICo 10 Hate St Cincinnati O 17 lti said to be a very good quality Pipes will be applied and the fire extinguishWilliam Jenkins tbe ed The company is very much elated Laurel county boy who was recently over the large productiou sent to the penitentiary under sentence A remarkable snake story curreut of a year for stealing a jar of candy throughout British India it thus sum- was given an unconditional pardon by med up in an article on The Naji Governor Buckner Kallu or Cobra Htoue which Profess Â¬ Advice to Hot hers or H Heiisoldt PhD of Columbia Mrs WnrsLows Soothing Sthcp should always be used when children are cutting teh It re College New York has written for Ihe heres the little suffercrnt once it produces nutnral quiet lep and the tittle cherub awakeaaa bright March number of Harpers Magazine aa a button it ia vnry pleasant to taste It Some cobras perhaps oue in twenty aoothea the child eoftena the gums allayaatl pain latea the ia the are iu possession of a precious stone rcgudiarrhoea bowels andarisingbeat known remedy for whether from teething or other causes Twentr flye cents a bottle whicli shiues in the dark This stone 65 the suake is in the habit of carrj iug in its mouth regarding it as a alsiut Churchill Yeager ajjed 88 years died treasure which it carefully preserves in Boyle county He leaves a wife ajed and defends with its life At night the S4 years cobra deposits the stone iu the grass Sick headache wind on the stomach and watches it as if fascinated for btikMMMe naU ea are promptly and hours but woe to him who Iheu ap- pgrwlily hanished by Dr J H Me proaches for the cobra is never more Leauei Little Liver aud Kidney Fillets 27 39 dangerous than when occupied in this 15c a vial manner The professor tells how he Lincoln National Hank clock is 118 secured oue of these precious stones by per share tricking its serpent owntr and how Are you reft less at night aud harass he accounts scientifically for the seem ed by a ml cough U e Dr J H Ming marvel of The Nsja Kallu cLeans Tar Wine Lung Blmit will se cure you sound sdeep aud effect a 27 30 CONCERNING FARMERS prompt and radical cure Reuben Gentry au aged and promi- In Boyle county 600 pound ytariingd neut citizen of Boyle county died last sold for 3j cents week He had been director of a Dau Farris Wood sold last week to Ti ib ville Bank for 25 years and was owner bie of Mariisi n county G7 of Elmwood Stock Farm weighing 800 pounds at 3J tents per than pound also to Ferguson of Bourbon of Far better which tiie harsh treatmen medicines horribly gripe the two car loads of 1300 pound feeders at patient and destroy the coating of tiie 4 cents Danville Advocate stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills aud Fever Cure by mild yet effective Jteports from the winter wheat crops action will cure 8old at 60 cents a of the different Slates indioate no dam- - bottle 27 39 Warranted Â¬ Â¬ well-to-do Â¬ Â¬ Experts found that the ex Treasurer of Mississippi is not a defaulter The reported shortage was due to an error in book keeping Persons who lead a life ot exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago and will find a valuable remedy iu Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Alley McKeesport Pa etc etc etc Oil Liniment it will banish pain and 27 39 Ticket No 44138 drew the Second subdue inflammation Capital Prize of 100000 also sold in A colossal statue of Henry Ward twentieths at each one to J S Webb Beecher in bronze to cost 35000 is to be erected in Prospect Park Brooklyn Boston Mass one to Western National Bank Baltimore Md one to Percy Physicians prescribe Dr J H Mc Williams care W H Kugler Co Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm in it Pratt and Greene Sts Baltimore Md they find no trace of opium or morphia one to Nevada Bank San Francisco while its etlicacy in curing all throat or 7 39 lung diseases is wonderful Cal one to C Nont Paxton III one to Edgar Hill Cincinnati O one to There were sixty three land slides on C T Atibushon De Soto Mo one to Kentucky iuion railway week before Bank of Montreal Brockville Oat last Canada oue to John Meyer cor Ba When nature falters and requires ronneand Eight St New Orleans La help recruit her enfeebled energies etc Ticket No 40919 drew the third with Dr J H Mcleaiis Strengthen 1 per Capital Prize of 50000 It was sedd ing Cordial and Blond Purifier 27 39 bottle in quarters at 5 each one to H A Emma Wilds a good looking colored Hulburd Chicago III one to American Express Co Detroit Mich and girl from Nicholasville suicided at the rest went elsewheie Ticket No Danville because a hack driver of 24519 drew the Fourth Capital Prize of whom she became enamored went 2000 sold in twentieths at 100 each back on her News one to W P Chester 489 Ireniont Dniclson has a quantity of new stil Bt Boston Mass oue to L Cchroeder kies surries and buggies of the newest 1527 N 25th St Philadelphia Pa one and most popular patterns and at very to American National BonkLeodvllle 5- reasonable figures Col one to Tom Gasson BirmingH Clay Figg a prominenl Republiham Ala one to First Nation il Bank Â¬ Jackson Tenn one to Farley Nation can of Shelby county and recently ap pointed as Ganger ii the Revenue Seral Bank Montgomery Ala one to Lowry Banking Co Atlauta Ga etc vice attempted suicide Friday by taking laudanum the next drawing will take place Tuestthy April 15th of which all inExposure to rough weather getting formation will be furnished on applica- wet living in damp localities are fato the contraction of diseases of tion to M A DaiiJ1in New Oilcans vorable ihe kidneys and bladder As a pre La It ventive and for the cure of all kidney and liver trouble use that valuable Mrs Pastora E Humphrey of New Dr J aud port R I has giveu to Harvard Uni- remedy Balm H McLeans Liver39 Kidney 27 per Is tile versity 10000 to found tfie Henry E Walker Sanford the old man in Humphrey fund for the benefit of stuKanawha county W Va is dead at dents from Thomaston Me or others i5 He leaves 9 nine children ranging if noue from there apply in ages from 50 to 70 four of whom are We have just been admiring one of Methodist preachers the handsomest oil pictures of Jaeque Btirnam Hume are agents for first Roses that we have ever seen and had it beeu in an art store we should have class insurance companies Try these 33 32 known that a good price would be ask ed for it But imagiue a work of art Mr Cleveland has sold his Oskview of such intrinsic value being obtained property at Washington which in for nothing for that is practically the cludes the noted Red Top residence case as it is a supplement to Demoresls and 29 acre of land near Washing Family Magazine for April Tliii won- ton to a California syndicate for fl40 derful publication has on its Boater 000 a make of a cool 100000 for the garb and it certainly is an attractive ex President oue it There are many accidents John Collins Lee a member of the eases which aflect Slock and and dis cause se lile saving crew at Atlantic City is a tious inconvenience and loss lo the far member of ihe old Kentucky Lee fam mer in bis work which may be quickly by the ily and is worth two million dollars remediedVolcanic use of Dr J H Mc Leaus 27 39 Oil Liniment He is not in the best health aud it U his whim to live in his present position Louisville Tobacco Market In the course of the late excavations By Jlover 4 Durrett Louisville tobacco made upon the Acropolis by the Greek Ware House Government under the direction of M Sales on our market for the past Kavvadixs a small fragment of sculp week jut closed amouut to 3403 hhds with tured marble was found which has periodreceipts of 1809 hhd for the same ales ou our market since Jansince become famous as The Restored uary 1st amount to 30279 hhds Sales Head of Iris iu the Parthenon Frieze on our market up to this date of the It was an American Dr Chas Wald crop of 18b9 amount 19005 hhds Receipts steln who identified the fragment somewhat of the new crop have been week reas Hakpkks Maiiazink for March on of tiie curtailed this weatherbycondi and in unfavorable he will publish for the first time an tionB forhsuidling tobacco Sales howaccount of this archie dogical exploit ever continue liberal and prices are fully sustained on all grades wilh a Tiie article will be illustrated It slight improvement iu values for low H O Boughmuii a citizen urade cdory hurley of Boyle county committed suicide by r The follow itig quotations fairly rep sent our hanging Sunday in a fit of despon- cropeflSSSmarket for Burley tobacco dency lrash Dark cr damaged tobacco 00 to 300 DRl XKhXNESS LIOJOK HABIT In all Colory Trash 350 to 7 50 the World there is but One Cure Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 500 Dr Haines Golden Specific Colory Lugs i 00 to 1000 It can be given In a cup of tea or entree Common lieaf 700 to 8 50 without Hie kujivlelie of the person taking effecting a speedy and permanent cure Medium to good leaf 900 to 1300 whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or Good to line fillers 1300 to l7on nn alcoholic wreck Till BIN of drnnknrds have been cured who have taken Ihe Uolden Kelect or wrappery tobacco 17 00 to Specific 1 Â¬ Â¬ As usual the Grand Monthly Diaw ing of the Louisiana Stale Lottery came off on Tuesday Febiiuiry llih Ticket No ti l 85 drew the First Capital Prize of 300000 It was sold iu twentieths at 1S0 each sent to M A Dauphin New Orleans La- one loC Kizminski Co Chicago III one Is Malachi J Good Boston Mass one to The National Security Bank Boston Mass one to John D Mayflcld ec Kd C Himstedt Waco Texas one to C P Kramer 400 Broadway Cleveland O one to P OBrien 521 So 17th it Philadelphia Pa one to h Cones pondent through Weis Fargo Co 3 Bank San Fraucisco Cal one lo Colorado National Bank Denver Col one to William Klein 931 Enterprise - John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ carries im- Â¬ mond Ky mense stocks of Salt Lime Cement and Hair the best Farm Machinery and Im- Â¬ plements Sulkies Gear and the best line of Groceries in the market 41- M Sheets f pound writing paper 12 Sheets heavy foolscap 89 XXXenvelopes Ladies Hose Mens Socks Ladies Handkerchiefs do Gents do Heavy work Shirts do Linen Collars do do Cuffs 2 Gai Ion covered bucket LOOIC I 1 p p 3 4 1 - 1 i 2535 and sp in- lap np S for 25 cetit- - 25 - CLOSING OUT GENTS 36- HEAVY UNDERWEAR AT COST WCOMB - XUX SSITJ US IKE COURT HOUSE NOT FOR SALE But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware of- - Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY Fitzpatrick Tie 0 Phelps Bit 1 RANGE is tiie Best Stove Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we betters is the best plow made Buy it try it and yon cant deny it Wo also handle the PLOWS Is the best made wecarry a Bigr We Injun Plow We have already sold Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market a number of them Â¬ THE MALTA DOUBLE lare carry a large line of BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS SHOVEL TRACE CHAINS LINES Â¬ stock of them Â¬ Â¬ BRIDLES and Â¬ everything necessary to hitch np Also fnll sets of Wagon HARNESS AVE HAVILE ALL GARDEN IvIIVDS OE IMPLEMENTS Â¬ FARMING AND Â¬ Â¬ We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY Call and see our gcods and prices and we will suit you Â¬ 1 11 FITZPATRICK sy 6 SCHAKUALSEX k PHELPS Ky Smples ca Eud Â¬ 2G50 Main Street Richmond I Â¬ m A Big Let cf Â¬ Tailor Over Dillinghams Store Ky Richmond fcW tO COMX AND LOOK AT THEM 18 41 I will make you a suit from 20 UB 950 according to the goods and trimming Single pair of panta from 5 up to 15 Satisfaction guaranteed CRAPSEY 46 Vigciin8 Block Aroliitoots Cincinnati BROWN O J A 6 WILUAMS0N CITY ENGINEER Civil Engineer and Surveyor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ j Both the method and icaaltl wh Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleamtl and refreshing to the taate aud acU gently yet promptly en the Kiineyg Liver tun Bowels cbauses the sys tem effectual iy impels colds heid aches and Serin and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs 13 the only remedy of its kiud ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its actiou and truly beneficial in ite effects prepared only from the tnotr healthy ami agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to al and hare made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leadiDg drug gists Any reliable drugget he may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for fny one vh wishes to try it Do not accept anv iubetit CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Can refer to buildings successfully erected In Richmond Mavsville Mt Sterling Winchester and Owingsville 65 Surveys made for Railways Turn pikes Roadways Estimates givi 4c Farm drainage Town Lots Ujd off Lines retrace Having closed out my grocery and to topographicalSpecial attention given V maps gone on the road I deeire to wind up farms and othr lands an My account the business are in the enee solicited with partiesTn hands of J D Feeney for collection ifHe pay him 35 40 SETTLE UP L T WILSON GENERAL LAND SURVEYS -- Office-City HEMP SEED Hnrne grown China hemp seed guar anteed new for sale For price etc O I DOUGLASS address Lexington Ky HTEKLE BKOS 37 44 Yarnalltoo Ky Â¬ 9 Hall RicbmondKy Office fop Rent stairs this place by W B Smith as Forme m a law bis for lawye- or for any sin For Rent Two nice rooms over Racket 8tore suitable for Millinery Dressmaking Rent reasonable 37 MJHILL Wl - u lnr WlUJAX M IRV1XK HAM LOWSVIU FRANCISCO CA1 KY Kw r0R If you want to buy a si buggy or carriage call on Dooel for he has tbe latest best and 5- - cheapest THE CLIMAX sdT A boom al March 12 1800 lim Df ll Birl- - Equal Right Association will meet todav See notice of W M Lamlc posted Hile Fntroet for the combination sale of iv c FrUiv May 2nd continue to be made The little 2 year old son of County Judge - C Chenault if dangerously sick with meat Ie Richard S Kice is dangerously sick at the hoe of his father Fount Rice Sr near Richmond Mrs Friend of Irvine is visiting her father Mr J M Boen Dr H B Kincaid has returned from University of Louisville where he gradu- Â¬ ated and will practice his profession at Kingston reports the taxable The Citv Died at her home near Crab Orchard thing more than one and on February 21st 1890 of pneumonia a half million doiU Mrs Mollie King Yantis wife of James cused horse column for notice of 01 r Yantis in the 24th year of her age FuDr G W Evans has an option on Capt Ahbv Ir J P Herndons new acqui neral services were conducted by Elder Oratorical Contest James T Shackelfords residence for o MJed horses Frand of the Christian Church of which The students at Centre College are be- 000 THIN COLUMN she was a member She had been married if the State vs Hal Cockrell The real estate firm of Brooks Chenginning to talk of approaching but four years and leaves a husband and Ainerine at Irvine was given Daniel Webster got his jaw broke in one child to mourn her loss Oratorical Contest which will take ault has sold to County Attorney SulliDeceased Monday evening place next month in this city It will be van the lot 20OXIJ0 corner ol Fifth and I ouisville Sunday had many friends in the county having io of the season fell on a big time in College circles Large del North Streets for 2400 II was the In a quarrel at Garnettsburg John made several visits to Mrs Mary West but has about disappear egations of students and their friends from property of J W Crooke Jr and T E Quarrels was shot Yet you say there is of this dlace week of chilly weather Richmond Lexington and Georgetown H Lrmston and they bought it several nothing in a name will be here in the interest of the repre months ago for 1700 MATRIMONIAL- i will sell his household Miss Moon and Mr Rainey were marMr D M Chenault has soil to B B sentative of their rcspectne TJniversitv or furniture to morrow begin ICoMMfSICATEn That College and it will behoove our people to Million Co the several lot on Irvine ried in Clark county tast week See advertisement oclock On the 6th at the residence of the brides have on their hospitable manners when Street sold last summer off the Fair accounts for the bad weather father Coroner B D Miller by Elder A C K Estill says that March bor- - the time tor the contest arrives ground property Chenault paid 2100 DanWho was that fellow from Doylesyille J Tribble Mr Joseph Kessenger of Abi ten days from February and hav- - ville Avocate for them and gets 3500 who had never seen a rhustache cup and av it back has gicn us ten days The real estate transfers for the month upon being shrlwn orie Was disappointed lene Kansas to Miss P May Miller Mr Supervisor of the Census Kessenger is one of Abilenes most enerweather but winter is now over of February as recorded in the Clerks It not finding any hair on it Last week we announced that Mr office amount to 106600 getic and business young men whilst his rmed to the thickness of about A Richmond banker down at Ford Wells residence unknown had been ap bride is one of Richmonds fair ones She three inches last week in this locality pointed Supervisor of the Census for this Real Estate Transfers for February- during the flood was heard to soliloquize is one of the honorable and noted family and W R I etcher of this place and Water water everywhere but not a of Madison being a grand daughter of E LAXIl district The Stanford Journal has the S Hisle of Waco were Mr A drop to drink Ford is a local option C Boggs deceased Joe we congratulate appended paragraph which explains itself J C Owen to A F Deatherage 39 among those who filled their icehouses you may your future path be strewn with Asa reward for making two races against acres 800 Alex Ray to W T Cotton town one of the Gov McCrcary and getting the worst 99 acres 398 Alex Ray to Page Smith Mr Oscar H Harrison Mrs Judy of Bourbon county set three flowers is the wish of many friends left ie syndicate who purchased the beating both on the rostrum and at the 3 acres Thev left immediately for Abi 200 W T Cotton to Alex Rav hens on fifty one eggs and hatched out behind nam property married Miss Emma polls that mortal ever did 1826 R L Doty to B II filtv one chickens That is a greater ac- lene their future home R L Ewell 26 acres who formerly lived at Fox lev 1200 Allen Turpin to complishment than being able to set a ol London alias the Little Red Hog has Coyle 35 acres Miss Lizzie L Jett of this place and in this county Judge Vincent been made Supervisor of the Census in the J W Harris 30 acres 300 G H Hen goose on a hill side Mr J S Minary of St Louis will be of Laurel countv also one ot Sixth District acres 460 iK The place carries with it dren to Speed Collins 5 married ta day at 12 oclock at the resi The Lexington Press commenting on dence of the brides brother-in-laMadison Burgin to Gordon Burgin 20 idicate married Miss Sallie Ran pretty good pay and much patronage Mr acres 100 B G Powell to MJ Simp- an idle report concerning a dead man ex- J J Brooks Rev Thomas Cummins of dall who was educated at Madison Fe Let Kirhmond Do Likewise What the First Presbyterian Church will offici son 3 acres 25 A M Broacldus to P claims Nil mostius nisi bonum male Institute The Danville Advocate says Matters Bvrum tKirks ille 1600 B D Boat is this thing mostius cf which Ihe Press ate Mr Minary is Secretary of the SouthCassia have assumed such shape that the Advo right to Jno Fowler acres 970 P would have us speak only good 50 ern Street Railway Company and forRichmond will soon have a U S Court cate can state almost to a certainty that Long to A Cotton 8 acres 240 N The bride is An exchange net a thousand miles from merly lived at Versailles anient building Railroad Shops an ice factory will be erected here and in H Schooler to Wm Stone 1 acre too here announces an auction sale of horses one of Richmonds prettiest girls and it ni waterworks electric lights a full operation in the coursef ninety days J McCotton to Nat Cotton 1 acre 1100 in Richmond on the first Sunday in May is not strange that the young man came so new opera house and an ice factory A company with a capital of rSooo is Jno Chenault to Jerry Chenault 30 acres We notify the police here and now that far to find a wife Among the relatives being formed for the purpose of purchasSlit Over Susie S 100 David Chenault to Charks Griggs they must see that no Sunday auctions and friends who will be present arc Miss ing the necessary machinery etc Success Mr R Burnam attorney it Mrs H acre 50 Wm Goodloe c to J D take place A sly game of craps or a Annie Harris of Versailles Mr Howard 1 Traynor tiled suit yesterday against in securing the amount desired seems rea Goodloe 392 acres 16805 Ja Wilson small chicken fight might do but we draw Jett and wife of Cynthiana Mrs W T Traynor for 15000 McKee This sonably certain from the fact that appar Â¬ to J H Eades 45 acres 300 Stephen the line at auctions Brooks of Paris Mr and Mrs W E amount is for a half interest in the fast ently without an effort f 12000 of the sum Gibson to Thos Gibson iS7acret the bride and 15000 Uncle Billy Moore of Tates Creek was Jett of Alton parents of has been obtained The remainder must J B Terrill to Jno Hill 127 acres 600 trotting mare Susie S recently told several brothers of the groom in town the Walking be subscribed without delay in order that TEGibson to Alex Black 187 acres street he on Friday brty and said longhitn Xew Grsrery to met a small operations may begin in time to get the B Creekmore DIED 15000 J L Ballard lo N Mr Lee Parrish has opened a grocery benefit of this seasons busiru Sonny look up at the clock there on the 1100 R E Baugh to Squire 55 acres a Wilsons late stand corner Main Street and see what time it is I Bud Jones died on Tates Creek Sat o R E Baugh to Thos court house West 4 acres Course of Lectures and Estill Avenue diagonallv opposite the cant see through those limbs over there R E Baugi to Benj urday March Sth 1S90 aged 35 years White 6 acres 75 V Bartlette the eloquent Rev W F K C passenger depot The hands pointed exactly to 1130 The He invites his P Tribbl to June divine of Lexington will begin at the Rice 7 acres 105 J friends and the public generally to call boy paused gazed up at the clock and Thomas Jones for long years a por E Gibson GTeTjliody Invited to Gome and See Them First Presbyterian Church this place Biggerstaff 42 acres 372 T Well mister as near as I can ter in a hardware house in Fort Wayne replied Hank Reports to Aler Black 189 acres Wm I5iSS this evening at 730 oclock a course of Lncle Billy has by the death of a relative In Eng Â¬ tell it is five minutes to six Willis to M C Heath 301 acres transfer Observe the four National Bank reports five lectures Subject this evening hurried along as it was doubtless later land fallen heir to 375000 It is the M Co 7 Samuel Shearer to Ford L in to days Climax Capital stock paid Christ in His Unique Personality than he was thinking one eighth porlion of au estate valued acres 75 Samuel Shearer to J A JohnSurplus 230000 Individ1000 To morrow Thursday afternoon and at 3000000 Jones has been a day A man in town complains that the colual deposits Total banking for the next two afternoons at 3 oclock son 2 acre 25 J Boone to L Stinnett 71693260 When he laborer all his life and he takes his o S Renfro to L Sinnett 33 leges are ruining the country 3 acres capital 174693290 Where is the town the lectures will take place at the Gyma manner acres 190 W Burton to W B H Bur- was a boy addition and subtraction were good fortune in sensible that can head us off nasium on the campus Subject Thursas plain to him as the multiplication table So R Burton to J P Long day Christ in His Resurrection For ton 4 acres Got There was to old Smiley or Pike But now they acres 90 4 Christ in the Individual Soul lames M Benton has received his com- - Friday lie has been Remaining unclaimed iu the Post have got enirely past him TOWN LOTS For Saturday Christ in the World from Goyernor Burkner and is worrying for three days with this problem Office at Richmond Ky week ending Richmond S LTudor to Mrs Jennie The subject for Sunday night at the now Recorder of Winchester We tip A farm is valued at 70000 a railroad March 11 1890 Smith 500 C Maupin to Jno Wilson church has not been announced our hats to you Judge Benton and ven Pollock Chilton A runs through it and damages tt 20000 Baiue Wm 2000 MC Heath to William Willis Everybody invited Power J A Accord- - Bidwell N L ture the assertion that no town in the Rice to L J Frazee It is then optioned at 10000 transfer Samuel 1 A Koweii lirooks Mary State has a better City Judge Democrat ing to the rules of old fashioned arithmeBid Patch Iron Co RanaResa Collins Allen 450 C S Powell to K G Wiggins tic 20000 from 70 000 left 50000 but Collins Susie The Shanahans now building the R Rucker D Mrs ImKjbm Sola 840 J T Shackelford to Haden Estill now it seems to leave 120000 CarbistsNanie Miss Roberts B E Capt N I ft B R R have invested in 7000 C W Pickets toG A Parks 165 400 of the Farmer Rev E Fonnan has sold his residence Steward Will Collins Henry IlKlORTof ihe conditionRlchmoiil in the Bnk Recently we had a local concerning the Elliott J F 2 2500 G on Main Street to Dr Wm Jennings for acres of rich hematite iron ore in Virgin a G W Evans to J E Evans Simon Mary Willie it KCiiitiiKy ul the close of bnslnesn Kebroary th 18 Shearer James W visit of the venerable William Luxon of Eades Walter 500 J II I This house is one half of the double near Lowmoor Ironworks and will begin W Evans to las Morgau Smyth S K mining at once The title has jaat been Powell lo F B Karr S600 S D Parrish Lexington to his son grand son and Flora Griffin RESOURCES brick erected about two years ago Haviri solil my residence I willofTer Mr Spencer Haynes i IBMM 3oO Loans and discounts fur sale ny ffn skhhld sad Kitchkn William in Richmond stating Ford Minnie B W Turner recently bought the other quieted by the courts and as toon as the to P B Broaddus U wi Co Faulkner J E unsecured overdrafts secured and c 50000 01 Fuknitukk at 4i7 Wesit Main tstreet The Hargrove Henry Turner Bettie that he drove over alone U S Ronds to secure circulation half The entire building is worth about land was ready for sale they bought it Stockssecurltles judgmeutsclMinis A company has been formed with a capiVaughn J V Harris James Estill Eagle copied the article withooO MARCH 13th 4300 00 ON THURSDAY etc Vautjhters Nelson tal stock of 1400000 Mr D Shanahan -W in uue rroni approeoj rcstir mk uw out credit and besides making it appear Harris Mollie 3tt M Sale to begin at 1 30 v m Hue from other National Banks Williams Alfred Mad Mrs The lioag Lost Kouad Term Ihe big railroad contractor is President that the Luxons live in Irvine compells Harper M D Mr 2t 3b made known on day of sale Due from State Banks and hankers Whitley Pattie Harris The Damille Deaf Mute says Sixteen and Messrs C M and D A Shanahan Banking house furniture and the old gentleman to drive all the way Hendrick W J Hon Walker James col 5 5110 00 fixtures E- - FORM AN ears ago Mr Schoolfied lost the wed- Capt E T Powell and Capt W A It WI 411 Current expenses and taxes paid Walker A Dill from Lexington to Irvine 46 miles That Hu hley Wm llllfi 00 luik i anil other cash Hems ding ring given by him to his wife near Rinehart arc among the Directors Slock Warmack P II Irvine Sallie The latest engineering feats are two is too long a drive Now if the Beatty 1635 00 Bills of other Banks Walker A W Miss the present fclaugher house The other in 100 shares is now to be had at 25 railroad bridges one to span the Hudson ville Enterprise should take up the article Jones Bettie V The Fine Saddle Stallion Fractional paper currency nickels 32 35 and cents Wells Mary Landfort Charley day tlr et Tiny turned up none the cash the balance in 3 6 and 9 months river between the city of New York and in the same way the drive would be near SSJOOO Specie Songhi Settinio 2 Decutin 2000 UO notta worse for its long repose in the soil and This is a gigantic institution with excel- Â¬ Jersey City the other Vo span the Bos seventy miles and if the papers all over Lammb Robt Catotino Stesono Al Redemption fund with t s Treas Lanter 2250 00 once more is doing service urer per ceut of circulation Signor phorus connecting Europe and Asia lent men to back it the United States should drop on to the Miller Mary Patks Annie Mrs 3o7310 41 B Total racket the old man would become a second The Monon of which the R N I ae Itruk A United States Court tor Richmond Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p Will make the season of b90 at my LIABILITIES will soon be a part has treated itself Wandering Jew its J J Brooks and D M ChenMoney order and registered letter stable on Berea pike one liulf mile si Lets Have A Uo eminent building 150000 00 Capital Mek Pid in handsomely having purchased from the Madiaou county Ky ault have formed a partnership in the real hours prompt 7 a m to tj j M oOiou ml from Kingston We copy the pedigree of The Renownsurplus fund Congressman Wilson has introduced a 3JlU 21 Cndividtil profits estate business and present their card bill to divide the State of Kentucky in Pullman Car Company nine cars that cost ed Stallion Rip Roarer as printed on a J B WILLIS pm At 10 to Insure a Living Colt 440U0 Ul outstanding National Bank notes 7057 and a dining and parlor car that neat card in The Climax office last elsewhere in to days Climax Both are two Individual depositssuhject to check lll2t 09 Description Madison is includ- cost Judicial districts and Peihgrke 8120 II Due toother National Banks BANK REPORTS well known reliabe business men and 15174 Midnight is 5 years old this sprinu jet week The card bears the name of llerr ed in the Eastern District The bill pro 41 367110 any kind of real estate entrusted to them black left hind loot white flne heavy Total Edward ODonnel for 45 yetrs a sec Most and McGintys y Roads is desig- Â¬ of the condition ol the First vides that three courts be held annually t mane and tail li hands high tine style In the N 21 years of nated as the place where the two animals RKPOIlT will receive careful and judicious attenBank the Richmond bunineiw STATE 04T KENTUCKY tion hand on the L close of one each at Richmond Barbourville and County of Madison f smteof Kentucky at ami form Midnight was sired by Black died near Lou tion which time he was a boss February 28 1SB0 Most and Rip Roarer are to be found IS SdoParkes Cashier of the above named Prince he by Foxtown Billy he by Catettsburg solemnly swear rhat the above baik lie was 03 years 01a The pedigree reads Rip Roarer is a snow RESOURCES This will be a valuable acquisition to isville last week The Phils Select statement is true to the best of my know Old Foxtown he by Old Drennon first dam by Messenger 2nd dam by Waxev and left considerable property the result black 100 years old 500 feet high and a ledge and belief She will then have a U S 3929fil 9H On Friday night the lhilalethean so Richmond S 8 PARKES Cashier lxn anil PiHoounts 3rd dam by Berthune N century of labor on the L great deal gaily and ferocious He is by Overdrafts secured and unsecured office and a post of his half sworn lo before n e this 8th Subscribed This is the hues saddle hor e in the U S Iionds to secure circulation ciety of Central University held an open Court Internal Revenue 00iU W day of March and lt General Passenger Agent Jas Barker Old Rip out of Imported Snorter she by Stocks securities judgiiienUclalins county Come and ree him before session Speakers were sclecld for the office w hich has grown too large for its pre6Vti 01 Robt R Bubsam Notary Public eic breeding elsewhere Albany ind Chi- the Horse Pistol out - of Colts Revolver Due from approved lUNUia acents 4ottJ IB April prize medal contest The successful sent quarters Richmond should have and of the Louisville New Attest 79 3D Correct cago and of the Louisville Southern ar- Old Rips sire was Tennessee Helfersatin Doe from other National Banks - J6 J AMES BENNETT young men were J C and W AJones doubtless will have a Government buildluc from State Hunks and hankers Â¬ V Directors C r BURNAM mornAt the name place my flne black Jack by Kansas Tornado and out of West India Kniikinij housc furniture and fixting laris is applying for a Government rived in the city yesterday and this Morrison Keene and Durham THUS J SMITH 7400 00 ures ing he will leave for an important trip Hurricane Hurricane was by Manitoba Other real estate and mortgages The Epiphyllidian will select Friday building and she has nothing but the IUfi DO owned It is Mr Barkers Blizzard out of North Pole For wind Current expenses and taxes paid over the Southern post office night of the condition of the Madison Will 170 8 8 allying XXI IK in every station on the main speed and durability this nag can not be rieinlumsnn V S Hollds Ail the Government cases between this idea to take National Bank at Richmond mine coir serve mares at to insure 00 Slate of Keutucky al the close of business 2 Marriage Licenses for Kebraary Hills of other Hanks Black Hampson A years old stem an the branches thoroughly and to excelled place and the Virginia line except those Fractional paper currency nickels February 2tth WW 15 hands Ihe 24th day ot June 1891 E G Mitchell to M T Stewart D F II 18 and cents 3 inches high and is a flne breeder that go to Barbourville on the south and make every change he deems recessary 97uo no Pope has an option on your uncle Billys Specie Stafford to Miss M L Shearer H L Catlettsburg on the north will come to for the betterment of the passenger faciliMoney due in all cases when mare is 2000 00 RESOURCES Leal Tender Notes farm out on the Union City turnpike Redemption fund with V sTreue-Colt stands Perry to Miss Grace Hart Walton Ben 433ifil 20 parted with by breeder I oans find discounts tVearly everything desired by the 22511 00 will require much ties The court Richmond urerTper cent of circulation All 14jOI 10 responsible for season until paid and means to lay off a town call it Wil Overdrafts secured and unsecured ton to Msranda Tudor I N Hulett to room 50UI0 0U possible care taken to prevent accidents and the jovernmeni ougnt to lur traveling public has already been furnish liamsville get up a boom and work off the S Bonds to secure circulation 5334ol 87 Total 75000 00 U S Bonds to secure deixisit J Brotcha E E Adams to Mary L nish a building ed by the company but it is Mr Barkers H1 00 but not responsible should any occur Due from ttDiiroed leserve agents LIABILITIES lots at a big profit provided the price Taylor Wm Smith to Mildred Sams Il costs noth Â¬ 0111 72 Come and see the best intention to have the Southern surpassed Due from other National Banks a Government building Lexington has etWyM M Hue from State Banks and bankers 10001 1 an acre doesnt occur to him at Capital stock paid In 1000 39 43 ing lo look JM BOEX S HTurpin to Amanda Gentry Younger but only the post office and the Revenue by no road in the country as far as his 50KK 00 n kiui and furniture The Sui plus fund to be rather steep Undivided profits 4nl 9 Ilafixture house 6000 00 Norrit Jr to Maggie Hisle His trip will the last moment department is concerned 45000 00 office to occupy it ZI4M 5z is National Hunk notes outstanding and taxes wild nrriiit ixnen ts peculiar advantage over other localities IniliviitualdeposiLs subject tocheck 173410 rs Hills ol other Harms 12J0 00 consume several days Courier Journal 512 71 r Mluh llai currency nickels that the chimneys are already built and Hue to other National Hanks Pictures of People You Know 43H3 21 Fractional diiuit Hue to Slate Hanks and bankers 38 12 and cents Justice Blatchfordof the Supreme Court the basement excavations made If any Notes and bills re discounted An Arkansas dispatch of Saturday 5175 00 Specie 14200 0 The Climax is in receipt of a souvenir of the United States handed dawn the 6000 00 tender notes W G Scott head overseer on copy of Middlesborough News a boom lenul says of the numerous chimneys should prove 533451 87 Redemption Total fund Willi Us treas in the case of James 2250 00 Gov Eagles plantation in Lonoke coun- issue It contains views of the town from opinion of the Court too numerous they can readily be knocked STATE OK KENTUCKY ui er i5 per ceul of circulation SS Coyne plaintiff in error vs the Union down into the excavations leaving the de Countv of Madison ty committed suicide last evening by 00721 90 pinnacle rock at Cumberland Gap also Pacific Railroad Company involving the Total 8TJCCKSSOKS TO C E SMITH I J E Jreenleaf Cashier of the above shooting himself with a revolver Ill portraits of prominent citizens sired number Who built these chimneys Among LIABILITIES named bank do solemnly swear that the right of a servant of a corporaticn to re- and made these excavations Why a ulsive statement is true to the best of my Capital stock paid In health and financial embarrassments 300000 00 them is Mr lames F Slusher Treasurer by First Streets 70000 00 Corner Main Surplus fund The unfortunate of the Middlesborough Land Company cover damages for an injury sustained prompted the deed syndicate known as the C R A W F I knowledge and belief 29694 94 J E Ureenlsaf Cashier Undivided profits fellow servant 00 S II which translated means Come Rerecently married a Miss Brown and President of the Peoples Bank of the negligence of another 45000 man had National Bank notes ou Island i int Subscribed sustained in Colo- side At Wiliiamsville For It shall Hum day of March and sworn to before me this sth Individual deposits subject to check 21i2 16 1M00 KY ing a popular young lady of Brownsville Pincville He recently married Miss Bet Coynes injuries were 7447 62 United suites deposits rado through the negligence of so ne other Jxo W CitooKK Jr Notary Public 900 78 Deposits of U S disbursing officers Tennessee Another is Boggs near Richmond tie A stranger sat in the seat next to a Rich10628 Due toother National B iriks Corkkct Attest railroad hand whom he was assisting to 108 05 Due to Slate Banks and bankers Mr Levi Hubbie a well known citizen of V lachesters Boom J WCAPERTON lift some ties into a flat car The decision mond man on the evening train recently w M lRViNE Directors txV0721 90 of the News Total A VERY EXTEXSIVE STOCK OF R XWHITE It is on and has been ranging for two Garrard county The editor New Orleans is against Coyne and a similar opinion He asked not less than seven hundred H Arnold of STATU OF KENTUCKY s extensive sale of town lots Mr Thomas was rendered in the case of the Quebec questions between Ford and Red House weeks An fO County ot Madison nephew of Commodore Maurey of the Steamship Company against Barbara and all were more or less unimportant I CI Cbenanlt Cashier of will begin next Tuesday and will continue REPORT or the condition of the Second ot Bank the Richmond in the named hank do solemnly swearthe above Mr J Roe Ural the When the brakeman called Red House close of business The sale is Confederate States Navy State or Kentucky ul Merchant who sued for damages sustain until the following Saturday above statement la true to tbe best of my 28 18K0 knowledge and belief Maps Young formerly in the grocery business ed by some of her fellow servants on a the Richmond man turned to the stranger February in the Opera House conducted AND in Richmond Mr J P Sandifer another C D CHENAULT Cashier I wish it were light enough RESOURCES boat leaving a railing loose so that she and said and plot are convenient and ample conman Mr George A sworn to before me tbls Garrard county Subscribed and 387754 74 was precipitated into the water As the for you to see this place I recollect it Loans and discounts veyance is furnished to visit the lots on ot March 1880 21413 25 lllli day Lowe recently in the drug business in Old uncle Overdrafts secured and unsecured S P Dcathebage Notary Public judgment of the Circuit Court of the when it had only two home sale Winchester has grown greatly with50000 00 secure circulation U s Bonds to Mr H J Cary Curr for Richmond 5047 Due CokKKCT Attest United States for the Southern district of Billy Parrish had a little log store house Due from approved reserve agents 137o0 96 in the past several years and a city o 46 from other National Banks merly prescriplionist for Dr J P Hern N B DEATH RRAUB 277 44 expected York before which the suit was and he lived in a red house close by those Due from State banks and bankers New great breadth is confidently H B DILLINUHAM Direct 9H 18 Hon David G Col don in Richmond ex Current expenses and taxes paid Ah O H CHENAULT tried was against the steamship company two were the only houses 7055 00 Bills of other Banks JiewPrrscriptionist- Treasson late Republican candidate for is it possible and Fractional pn per currency nickels it is ordered that this judgment be re- Â¬ claimed the stranger 64 48 and cents thinking a moment he proceeded to ask The rew and live young druggists urer of Kentucky Mr Dan G Slaugh- versed 15892 25 D M CHENAULTCompounded at all hours bv an J J BROOKS Mr Thos Leal Tender Notes Hagan have secured ter formerly of this county the Richmond man how many houses the Redemption fund witli U S Treas - 15000 00 Messrs Powers experienced PHARMACIST and Entitled to the Best Eight or ten I shouTd zzxj ou urer o per cent or circulation place has now the service of Mr Franklin Jackson ot Taibott of Bourbon Hon M C Al BROOKS 1t CHENAULT out of the finest Drugs the markU S Treasurer Due from olncr Rhode Island He is thoroughly educated ford of Lexington There are others but 800 80 All are entitled to the best th it their think wa the quiet reply The stranger than 5 per cent redemption fund ets afford in his line and besides serving two years a sufficient number has been mentioned to money will buy so every family should moved over to the other side of the car 580270 56 Total IB wide spread interest is taken have at once a bottle of the best family and looked mad with Nodler of Covington has been a show what a LIABILITIES remedy Syrup of Figs 10 cletuse the year with Edgar in Lex ngton Nodlers in the new city Capital slock paid in t86JK 01 Literary Not Richmond Kentucky 00000 00 The Lexington papers issued illustrated system wheu costive or bilious For sale Mr Jackson Surplus fund reputation is extensive Undivided profits February Philadel Â¬ National Bank notes outstanding 4A0U0 00 the OBrien hang- in 50c and 100 bottles by all leadiug Book News for See extras with accounts of comes otherwise well recommended Large lists of City and Country Prop- Â¬ phia might well be called a Scandina Individual deposits subject to check 21270 82 Hagan this ing Among the portraits besides those druggists advertisement of Powers 4917 42 erty Due lo other National Banks Al Property Bold and bought on the tragedy 50W 85 Due State Bunks and Bankers issue - ofthe principals inWilkerson the were Mrs J F Stone is in Cincinnati at- vian numbermostHjalmar Hjorth Boye Notestoami bills re discounted Correspondence solicited 3000 00 Commission interesting article on Jailer ten has a those of Capt Billy and prompt attention given Sale Postponed tending the openings of Spring K illinery 0270 56 and there is Total ST Office in John Bennetts law The Norwegian Novel THE FINEST LINE OE Judge J R Morton Commonwealths and will select a stock of goods which Owing to a defect in the court proceed office Branch office at Stockton ftr Henrik Ibsen STATE OF KENTUCKY 8 Attorney C - Bronston Col John R shill be first class in every particular She an excellent Life County of Madihon 39- Brooks Drug Store ings the decretal sale of loU at Middles Allen for the prosecution Senator Jas accompanied by a plate paper portrait I T D Chenault President of the above will be absent from home about ten days named bank tlo solemnly swear that the W J Kinnaird special com borough by Mulligan for the defense Sheriff Rogers On her return she will arrange for two or whos9 works have rcceutly excited nbove statement is true to the best of ruv missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court much press comment There Is also a knowledge ami belief c of three opening days Due notice will be IN THE CITY T D CHENAULT President in the case of W II Kinnaird Admr very readable article by Kdward EveDr Samuel Kueeland in a paper on given and all the ladies invited c Subscribed and sworn to before me this Sth c vs Margaret Gill I S Gillgdn Come and See Us rett Hale on The American Revolu- day of Maroh 1890 will Surroundings The sale was to Manila and its has been postponed Admiral Kiraberly the hern of Sa tion a History Old but New Willi R B TukLkY Notary Public advertised furnish to the reader ot Harpeks moa has purchased a liuoee iu the city Ail persons are hereby warned not to have taken plice April 15th the New Books has drops of wisdom Cobkbct A ttcst HAGAN for March an account of the trespass in any way upon my lands iu POWERS 11 Due notice will oe Magazine JOE COLLINS 1 in The CufAX of Newtorj uear Boston and w make about the best books of the month and Madison county Kentuoky I Directors W T TEVIS litUe kuown it lands lying iu the great given of the next day of sale as faxed at 39 29 W M UISLE It 30 40 D W IRV1N E that place bis home- Ihe reviews are mostly illustrated t earthquake belt the next term of court Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wont A Fishin On last Wednesday notwithstanding the now the proprietor of the Powell ad dition went fishing at the big pond be Â¬ tween Second and B streets which is in the northern suburbs of the town He caught fifty one German carp that weighed from three to five pounds apiece and two hundred Newlites that averaged about one pound He did not use hook seine trap dynamite or any similar agent He drained the pond eTlie XrCaTh CasCommodore W P McCann brother ot Mr E E McCann of this place has been selected as one of the Court of Inquiry to investigate the conduct of Com modore McCalla of the U S Ship Enterprise McCalla left New York in 1887 on a cruise in search of the vast Nova Scotian ratt that was at large on the high seas and considered a menace to shipping After three years he returns charged with cruel and in human treatment of his sailors The court convened 3esterday Â¬ Kxritentent in Kicuuoad Real Estate There is more real estate talk in and around Richmond now than ever at any time before in the hitorv of the town On last Wednesday a Louisville syndi cate represented by Mr Osca- - Harrison of that city and Judge Vincert Boreing of London bought of Mr C D Chenault the lands of Mr H B Dillingham for 178000 It is said that Mr Chenault had an option on the place br oooo The land lies on the city limit the line running through it City Engineer Williamson began a survey of it on Saturday and is laying it off in town lots There are 130 acres The same syndicate secured an option on 100 acres of Mrs Wm Gibsons lands in the suburbs for 80000 Also on Mr B J Clays farm of 400 acre touching the city limits for Jl 20000 Col Wm M Irvine priced his place at 50000 but when a check for the money was presented him he asked to be exÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Mr J Stone Walker is in Florida Messrs J B Ashcraft and J J Tip- ton of Irvine were here Monday Miss Minna Crutcher attended the Last Night of Winter hop at Lancaster Mr D A Shanahan left yesterday for the Rockies and beyond to be gone some days Mr J Hume Embry is in Florida His brother Frank is in poor health and pass ing the winter there The Century Cluh met on Friday night with Prof C B Hagerman at Madison Female Institute The subject discussed was the Chinese and their relation to the United States The prevailing sentiment seemed to be that they should remain in China but some of the members thought they had as much right in this country as any other foreigners The rribst interest- Â¬ ing feature of the evening was the supper The Club is proving to be an entertaining institution KIIIKSVILLE Mr J B Walker has gone East to buy his spring goods 1 1 i WINCHESTERS BOOM The Gateway City- sGREAT SALE OF LOTS ON Mr Benson gae two splendid temper ance lectures at the Reform church Mies Emma Cosby and Miss Lilly Roy of Louisville are visiting Mrs C C Chrisman Misses Sue Herring and Sue Doty the Lancaster belles are the guests of Mrs Dan Walker KISUSTON Â¬ OUR SPRING OF MARCH 181 19111 20111 21st ami 22ni Â¬ HIGH ART Winchester the Gateway City to the Â¬ Â¬ Inter-Col-le-ia- te Â¬ Â¬ N0YELTIE8 IN Â¬ Â¬ FINE IMPORTED DRESS IS mountains of Eastern Kentucky with its marvelous growth from 2300 to 8100 population in four years offers unprecedented advantages to investoi Its three trunk lines crossing on their way North South East and West and the recently com- Â¬ pleted Kentucky Union Railway tapping the rich coal mineral and timber region of Eastern Kentucky its hemp factories planing mills flour mills immense tobacco industry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GOODS Â¬ Â¬ T 1 Â¬ j NOW TAKING PLACE male and female colleges system of public schools twelve churches three national banks rive building associations broad streets the best half mile track in Kentucky with an eminently successful Trotting As sociation handsome business blocks elegant residences combined with its excellent social advantages and the generous hospitality of jits people render it the most desirable point in Eastern Kentucky for investors manu facturers wage workers and home seekers Â¬ Â¬ Remember Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 H J STRENG Sales will begin at 9 each morn- Â¬ ing and a large number of beautiiul build- Â¬ ing lots and manufacturing sites from the best property in the city will be sold All railroads will furnish half fare rates the Date oclock For further information addn COMMERCIAL CLUB Winchester PUBLIC SALE VORIES t SCHOOLFIELD CO great-grand-so- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MIDNIGHT New Clothing house1 -- Â¬ Â¬ We call yonr attention to onr- - Â¬ I Â¬ NEW AND SELECT STOCK OF Â¬ Â¬ I 0 Â¬ Black Sampson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS At 213 West Main Street next door to the Madison Niitionil Bank PowersHagan ul RICHMOND I New Goods of Â¬ the Latest Styles V Â¬ DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS AND AT PRIDES THAT WILL PLEASE YOU Â¬ CHEMICALS ALSO FULL LINE SHOE INCLUDING LADIES SHOES Â¬ Real Esta Brokers Â¬ Â¬ SCHOOL BOOKS Specialty HATS IN GREAT VARIETY gftf Come and see us up generally us look at OUR GOODS price them and size Respectfully Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POSTED Stationery A new firm with new goods are worth going to see Â¬ VORIES SCHOOLFIELD CO 1 j Print Shows through Dud Cutshaw Popper Fritzi hBcfcar Slippery Oreaser die -Shank and Ckd met Skillet bave entirely Many of the Moperseded the Christian names of the ownerH who would bo profoundly a tonished it addressed in aiy other way Who can explain the word kid assa as a term of cjntempt for younger boys At one place the term came into popular ue shortly after tha inscription Bill Kidd was discorored on a railway w ate Whether it is a tribute to tank the memory of the noted outlaw or an allusion to the wicked goats ot the judgment da no one seems to know Their Whit a deequals they cad fellow lightful collection of UsteM odd an in if teresting nicknames night be BM overy person interested iu the subject and who is not would search among his loved BsBIMoriSS of boyhood and cull for the benefit of others tho quaint of the word pictures silthoLittes as i were of the compauioa i of otlirdays -Â¬ 1 Â¬ ATTORNEYS STYLES W OF THE SEASON FOR THE 10 COMMANDMENTS Think Carefully and buy from us Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered 4 Work Diligently Until You Ileach Our Place 216 W Main I eal Honestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know ls Buv Frequently It You Would Please fja ibly lias Ever Been Our Aim 10 PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Request I 2 J F A A-- E T BURN AM FURS TTORNEtS AT LA No 11 Richmond Street Office Kentucky FEATHIiRS AND TRIMMINGS of willow green royale silk trimmed wHn black dotted net over gold The skirt is frill all around raised slightly at the side to show an underskirt acd at the side i the front has an inserted panel of gold Burnnans BtilldiDg First J- - ASULLIYAN A TTORNEY - A Richmond TLA Keniicky tme Pretty Garment for Street Wetr 3taks fur aPfcacs and Children The Pretty Debutant Care ol Fair Hand -- fashion Gossip OTH FUR AND feathers are abund antly ns tl for triin minR wraps and cos Â¬ tumes and witli ex cellent reason for no more becomina frame to the ice can be iiuaginr d That this and not its warmth is the main reason is popularity for evident d by the hut that not only outdoor garments but dinner and ball dreasca as well are Irinime with lur Only tlir choicest furs sable blue fox which is reallv brown anJ added to these chinchilla are used on evening dresses cdjjiiiK the ton of a decollete bodice or bordering the foot of a light sitin skirt Handsome ekth costumes are trimmed with Canada sable natural beaver with black Kamchatka otter or the brown Canada otter with silver fox and with chinchilla which last is charming on dark lelvetl Furriers havc one a step beyond straight bands and are making adjustable trim- Â¬ mings of various thapea which can be worn on all wraps whether of wool A shawl collar is thus Ok or velvet made crossing at the waist with cuffs to match or a pointed collar and revers with cuffs A plastron or rest of hand Â¬ some fur is worn inside a velvet redin g4e with revers Outer garments continue to grow more elegant especially in lot g wraps ihotigh it seemed that the limit of sump teousuess had been reached early in the Â¬ I Â¬ braid veiled with black dotted net The bodice is very full at front and back with ample sleeves A full vest of net is in the front with bands of gold relied Collar and deep with net on the sides cuffs are of gold veiled with net and so also is the wide belt which terminates In two hoops at the back Novelties in ShcM Â¬ Mm a vegetable compound 01 Sixty Days offer at greatly reduced ratesour entire stock of We will for the next Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results it and herbs Purely entirely of roots forests of from the Office on First Street same an formerly oc 16- cupied by ouoty Judge Miller Qm S POWELL A TTORNEY - A Richmond TLA IV Kentucky Office on Seooud street DENTAL SllKJERY MMANDMENTS to succe s they will ultimately lead you and and make us happy TK hours Office A WILKES SMITH Richmond DENTAL SURGEON Kentucky Office SHACKELFORD IiEAIKKS IX GENTRY Smith BaUdlng Main Street M mi to Vl Iim to 4Mi P M practice limlleil to dentistry J J C MORGAN DDS RICHMOND KENTUCKY 3- V STOVES TINWARE RNKHINO GOODS afakero1 Tools and Material Blacksmitl ALL KINDS ol METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOU HAY RAKES WHRBLBARROM FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC HTABE ROUSE Y F HARDWARE Bunk Office Main Street over hfadlsMI National - W CREED DJD I KIR KS IL L E KE TIC AT Everything office at Flnnell residence nrofesMun June pi rlainitn to 17- ETC R PHYSICIANS LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOD WILL FIND US J M POYNTZ SHACKELFOHDGEHTRY imiixii Kv Richmond IS- - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Second Street next to Whites Drug 3- July Kl 1889 Store Office - BOOT RING STILL IN THE AND Q W EVANS MD Richmond Office PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Second Street - SHOE HOUSE TO BE ENLARGED AM QR Office T J TAYLOR in Medicine and Surgery - HERE WK COME AGAIN WITH A FRESH LOl OF CHOKE Practitioner Richmond Stoie - - KnrrucKY - Second Street over iwkes Grocery GroceriesEMODELED -- FOR THE JOHN M FOSTER PHYSICIA N A ND S I RCE N Kentucky Richmond office Malu Street next 0 xir to Luzons upstulrs resilience at cur Mala uid Tuti Creek Avenue 3- TR NEW YEAR We handle the beat of everything an di the On account of t lie Inconvenience that will occur theiefrom we have decided to sell out our enormous stock of AN BtXOAaTT TI XISSE Lenest PRICES Possible We extend our unbounded thanks ist of customers who Boots Shoes HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS AT A seavm The stylish pelisse shown In the cut iJ a plain iittinK Rarment of black figured velvet the bak has a I R 1THL ROBERTS few plaits ailleil in the skirt about two inches below the waist The waist has PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON de sole s fichn drapery of Kentucky this is arranged in a black peauthe back Richmond point cm ifflce At Wines a Twlors Priii Store one extending below the waist to where tho ilMr lelow Ramsey Vcoroer Ufen bis to plaits becin is brought up to form puffs feantoni1 services to the public and trosd on tha on the shoulders front with the ends fastened under T passementerie ornaments on the hips T SEXSMITH M D Oilier passen nterio ornaments are dis Â¬ cle o- In ladies shoes the tendency is toward more fanciful designs and colored leathers of which bronze will be the favorite All manner of Blood diseases from the known as the A pretty new shape pestiferous little boil on your nose to of the van Greek sandal has the points the worst cases of inherited blood dyked sides laced across the Instep and taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism the laces fastened firmly around the an- Â¬ Catarrh and Another new shape is cut ery kle low the two fastening straps coming Brofriio straight across the toes boots are still popular on account of their usefulness for rough winter wear Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga and their good shaic Amcric n calf velvet shoes arc a novelty which can be SAMUKI J Take no ehoen unless worn either for day or eveninz wear and Douglas iinmr CAUTION AV I am utampd on sod promises to supersede suede as being the orlco Khcaraatisni and Catarrh cannot supply jron more serviceable and holding their shapa bottom If the dealer enclosing UWCMWW are both blood send direct to factory new shades better They come in all Rheumatism Utd catarrh tan terra cotta disease to In manjr severe li esses ti ihv huve price fawn mastic B rieill with general- Â¬ vielcied Hatnitreatmade by Blood Balm liotaine are They red etc Co At Blood ly lined with satin and bound with silk lanta Oa Writs for book of convincing Sent tho color of the leather being exactly proofs Dodge free My wife It P Atlanta Oa says ate bed in both materials The lowness had catarrh and nothing did her any I of these shoes displays a generous bit of Her constitution Anally fall id and poison hose which is Inconsequence elaliorate- - got Into bet Mood I placed her on a n e -f B B B and to tiy sin nse her ic uveiy wsly embroidered in colors harmonizing complete pair rapid and HeDanlel Atlanta Oa writes A beautiful with the costume wV recently wrought for wearing with a w e modi eMiaclitt d and hail rheumatism o not get rrolelie white gold evening gown were of tine bad I eonlilueuralgta stout without Kirst elms I also bad in tic head white silk embroidered with floss of the Iihysieians did me no good Then i ineil 9VPP9sPw I cl eer tI the work its edeeis nee nMgieil exact shade of the triSSasing being raised in such a way thai it had tiilly recoinno ud Itaaag I tonic and quick the appearance of matching the passe Â¬ Mrs Matilda Nlehol Knoxvllle Tenn 1 had catairh si yean and a momenterie Very fine open work black hosa Writes my eyes were miieti cough that r seinhle lace are worn over a color distressingFive Ixtllesni B B li thank ticsi xw oilen of with lace dresses draped on a colored cured me foundation the Stockings being so fine John M Invis Tyler Texas writes I was tnvl thin that two pairs are not as heavy subject a number of years to s el is of in tlamII inatory rheuniat Ism winch six boUlesol as an ordinary pair for morning wear B B thank heaven bis entirely eared me Low b ack shoes embroidered with Jet 1 have not Mt the slightest paiuslnee gM2 are worn with them For ordinary wear GENTLEMEN the favorite choice is tan embroidered Unprecedented with self colored siik Tine Tall Heavy Iared iraln ana treemoor Wiiteriiroof Bent in the world Examine nls Wraps for iirU SIOO OEXITINE HAND KEWKIl 18HOI WEIT SHOE IOO 11 1NU SEWKD FA11MI R slIOE JsaTOYKK A MILLION MSTIiMHTKU There isnt any originality bat much o POLICE AM SVt comfort In the thought that this or that o EXTRA S UIK IUJLPHSJSsmi III f A BS WORKINOMESS SHOES Mill Ul iLldllilllil 3 l one l ili-l nil SCHOOL SHOES Bioo and S1T5 BOYS Button and Lace wardrobe wili liil a want in that to be All inale in Coiirr5 slightly-wfashioned for the little one The LAFDifs orn iMirder of fur of last seasons wrap may be reduced lo a mere edging ai75 SHOE FOR MISSES FItlnS Best Material Best Style Best for the bonnie femmo cloak now in Louisiana State Lottery Comi any W L Douglas Brockton Mass Sold 07 vogue This little cloak a facsimile of Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ a Iarisiau model reduced lo the required ucational and Charitable purposes and its size by mammas dexterous fingers is franchise made a part of the present State fashioned out of three yards of cloth Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming myrtle green and with tin- felt hat f popular vote similar color and ostrich tips makes a Its Mammoth Drawinas take place very pretty toilet Semi Annuallv June and December and lady a pah For another little its Grand Single Number Drawings take seal phMh asliaihan border and huzzar place in each of the other ten months of A vh m of braiding is very suitable the year and are all drawn in public at the day is the combination of two kinds the Academv of Music New Orleans La of fur the head of tin animal usually FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Pavment of Prizes attested as follows We do hereby certify that we superLn0i0 BaaafBSSSBaBBaa X9aaS a fa vise the nrrangemons for all the Monthlv and Semi Annual Drawings of The Lou isiana State Lottery Companv and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same are con ducted with honesty fairness ami in good aith toward all parties and wc authorize the Company to use this certificate w ith i rV facsimiles of our signatures attached in its advertisements Â¬ I -Il DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN OBUKB TO MAKE BOOM FOB Spring Goods THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEGANT LC DRESS C3 OOT3S Inn Black ISotli sincl ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINK W L DOUGLAS Hambcrgs 3 SHOE Laces Attraction NOTION Glove- J Handkerchiefs Towels Table Lin 3 2 SHOES NAPKINS WHITE GOODS JACK FREEMAN - OP EVERY VARIETY BED BLANKETS AND C0MF0ETS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents k 1 RUFF TC The Ladies and Gents Underwear must be sold 9 On account of the warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give you any size Â¬ BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of i-3-- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON White Hall - - - Kentucky Offers his professional posed as An illustrat d Outdoor Cost umes is as chic as it is simple is u eombinatk n of dark blue wool cloth with siedc colore The Barrow skirt front of sude color Is very A MISS CLOAK patronized and p in the future as in cu u- - so liberally M well lie services lo the pill outdor costume that s- - hin l IW t Ju t id to Eagan - Cheiiaiilt nest to iaruett li LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON From uow until the builder begin and Kentucky Richmond new complete their work This will be a rare oppor tunity for the people of Richmond Office Smith Kuiliing Main street Mand Madison county to jret the JJ W BRIGHT M I PHYSICIA N A ND S RGEON Kentucky Richmond M Great SACRIFICE JJK s ff forming the distinctive feature of tho trimming for muff and hat Coat and frock combined in much the empire style Is s favorite mode of dress for the little folks lined with some soft warm Mater ial with deep caas This coaabiaatioa forms a very serviceable garment Large felt hats with lavi h trimining in feathers are fashionable as are also tho quaint and charming capotes In velvet with lining of pale pink or blue silk and tuft of feathers Among dainty adjuncts of the toilet are full undersleeves of mull dotted with red polka dots and finished at the wrist with full frills of pointed embroidery lr red Â¬ UTCBaimurai liKAIKK IN Towels Table Linens and Hapkhs t Commissioners VTatcbea Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special Which are always staple we will also reduce in order lo make cut complete for 11 ffaT This beinj the time of the Lacks ami Cotton Goods we would advise you to be once and examine the stock ie fir -- Biggest Bargains 3ZN7HAL KENTUCKY C We the undersigned Banks anil Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana St ite Lotteries which may be presented at our counters R M W M atslJTT President Iouisiana National Bank PiERRK Laxmx President State National Bank A BALDWIN PiesiJent New Oileans National Bank Carl Kohn President Union National Bank Plated ware etc us we will give In order that no CASH II XsK can have any 6 per cent off ot the COT KATE for CASH attention given to afaF We have jtit received a beautiful line ot WALL PAPER which is cheaper than ever sold in Richmond before FORGET THIS REDUCTION FETTINQ DIAMONDS DONT IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS AND OTHER PRECIOUS BTONEH CORMLEY S DDlES Tliev have ever received from anv rce for our stock is one of the best and largest in In Smith Iliilllhie on Main Street attention given lo iincroscoilcsi and chemleal exiiminailuiis of llssui aadfluldx of tin- liunian boats Oflta il - GRAND MONTHLY TUESDAY APRIL DRAWING 15 1S00 REPAIRING Pronptly done and in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Cold and Silver forget t theDont office Post lo 30- - E ro- - mm i wm At the Academy of Music New Orleans K CS BOLTON - Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Richmond - - Kentucky Capital Prize 100000 Tickets at Twenty 1 S00000 Dollars each Tenths 2 im Kw HIBHISS A-- This is no catch penny to get rid Office over I K Uri hts Hours Is but we are in earnest Klvoaa to dssaaaes of women unit silent Ion lli m M to i p m special all clitn cult chronic cases Patients treatod al h lis about everything we saw Innce ent Hoiiieopiilliic medicines sent to jytJkJil UTtAOQITArrTTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WTLL 0BTAIH MUCH VALUABLE mFOBMATIOW FBOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF WC in bv i GORlfLKY I heir i il con house cor t u e nave ail tne latest styles in say HilUress Js CVTIiOOll COSTTMKS A vi t simihirly drapl tightly draped is in the opi n front of the jacket sepa Physicians and Surgeons rated from the skirt f out by a dee p einliroidored Rirdle The straight sides i iky Kini Richmond and luck of the skirt are of blue eloth with the front edges est broidered and Office Main street over Aallacc A RtceV the Jacket is likewise of blue with collar eutfs and basque of ess ry The hat is of Hack felt with AULTZ blue and shaded suede colored tips and i n eloped in a line net veil the dots PH YSICIA N A ND S I RGE ON apart which Kentucky of A very are placed farcostume is ihowa Richmond stylish little worn by the little girl in the accompany- Â¬ Office 220 W Main Street Bumam ing cut and is of plain red serge and tar- Â¬ 18- Lliensult Building up stairs tan combined The kilt skirt is bordered with a plaid band The waist is alikejat J M BLACK the front and back consisting of a plain lilting waist and slepvos of the plaid material with draped sides and slcee PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON puffs of tho contrasting goods and rib- Â¬ bon bows 25- Rkd House Ky Care or the Hntitls The best preparation for the hands at night says a seteatlle authority is white of egg with a grain of alum disKomau toilet paata is solved in it merely white of egg barley flour a l honey They say it was used b tho Romans in the olden time It is sticky stuff and does not do the work any bet- Â¬ ter than oatmeal The roaghest and hardest hands may he auats soft and The Oldest anl Strosgrest American white in a months time by treating them properly at bedtime all tiie tools needed Companies are nail brush a bottle of ammonia a box of powdered borax and a little flno NORTH AMERICA white sand to rub the sta ns off or a cnt 8PBINGF1ELD of lemon which will be even better for the acid of the lemon will clean any- Â¬ CONNECnCTJT thing Manicures use ac ds in the shop but the lemon is quite as good and Isnt PENNSYLVANIA poisonous while the acids are Cotton gloves are recommended for night wear in preference to kid A very GERMANTA good and economical cold cream for this MERCHANTS and other toilet purposes is made by heating the white of an egg to foam and ROCK BOTTOM stirring it into a cup of melted lard from which the salt has been careful d adding a teaspoonful of glycer- Dont forget our office is at he inc and perfume accordirg to taste Tho Farmers National Bank mixture should b kept la a covered jar Some people are greatly annoyed with BURNAM HOME clammy or perspiring hands The simple remedy of French chalk rabbed on after This N B Tobacco Hams Jonrfry Stores washing will afford great relief should always be used in putting on new and Milling property xpeciullies kid gloves Us ads that are hardeted with work Si 32 BH f nd have become hard and horny may b made very presentable by rubbing uatsne n Oitr- r th with pumice stone twice day and rub K bing cold cream well in tt nfght Kino I MltSjeSJVaW Il to iiiTcntIui r our fea sand passed through a sieve to get faiiiara the Jn1 urniTf-otisr wHI cmi rib out all the fragments of shell will answer in fh lotalil toV rriif tboaf abo rntt the same purpose and tjo c who have apJbuc Only Ilisj tO U atl OOC lur Of access to the beach itself can make their t llta rbPUCf An yon have to data our rca to bands soft and white bj pausing th who call rMir ueiglhor through little hillocks of sand as they r sroond th i ftn iinr of thta adrtipcrocnt si there chatting or garing off at the ATEWRV - tpiii rma ot ns isjiq ocean TIM tbUoMop cay rfTeS th- - a pr traue af at Tiie Fair Debutante One of the stoat rirlishly graceful a roJ dH Sa Ma Hi balk It SSirtk aw tk mrrrmi ifn 1to rrrr W ill lailHW MaowTfa afternoon toilets j fig nod for an auburr mty trap at 1M rno Ik atatlMMB BMiaMk from S3 LSlOl pay on cipr chrgc saariBcc Ueltrr w r fufuly occupied Ladies Shoes We have al BS JENNINGS A UIBSON the latest styles in Sa ies m H i MENS SHOES AND BOOTS We have all the best makes and latest styles in JE jll MADE TO ORDEB of the rials and by the best work- - Misses and Childrens Shoes We have a full stock of nk Spurs Briili 1 btirruiis Cliain- - I race liar Pads Collars Klinl Bridles We have the largest line of and Silver Boflk- ils Harness Soaps Brusl Curty Combs Biding and Driving Bits In y Bridles Trace Chains erythinj We have the best selection of Uin S Infants9 Shoes the Oity BOYS SHOES The market affords such as Knox Stifi a no Stetson Fkit Hats We have an abundant supJts ply of Embrellas Neckwear Shirts cvc INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Â¬ and is llari onilel - liop A Light Road Track Harness - HATS Halves 10 Quarters 5 1 wentieths f LIST OF PRIZES Ad Interrtinc SnlJrct that Is Ccnorally I Prize of 300000 is 300000 OTerlookKl by Wrltrrs I Prize of icoooo is 100000 Ill these days of minute literary rePrize of 50000 is 50000 search when books are written on every Prize of 25000 is 2 Prizes of 10 000 are subject under the soji and over it it is 30000 5 Piizts of 5 000 are strange that a iiominent characteristic 25000 Prizes of 1000 are i of boy life is so persistently nptrlecteil 100 Prizes of are 50000 In fact it has been remarked by men o are 200 Prizes of who are in position to know that the 200 are 100000 whole subject of boyhood is cabbie of 500 Prices of APPROXIMATION PRIZES rich discoveries A boy is said to be a 10 Prizes of 500 are m mderful animal and his ways past nnd 50000 100 do 300 are ing out and any successful inve ligation 30000 1O0 do 200 are 20000 with regard to his nature is sure to be of TERMINAL PRIZKS importance in the understanding of men 100 are who are merely children of a larger 9o do 90 900 100 are ot coo growth 099 do Our philosophers and psychologists 1054300 have not to a proper oxtr ut at least 3 134 Prizes amounting to explored the natural hi ory aid mental Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes H ridity has are not entitled to terminal Prizes development of children of late years been receiving some of tho attention it deserves bat none too much ACENTS WANTED for this is a matter that is of tho very For Club Rates or anv further gravest interest to the human race intorniatirii desired write legiblr to the Who b there that does not remember undersigned elearlv stating our residence with meditative pleasure the curious with State County Street and Number nicknames that were borne about the More rapid return mail delivery will be play ground of the old school house he assured by your enclosing an Envelope bjarin vonr lull address used to attend xicKXAMEa or no moon he place next door Kiclmoiid Ky I I I I JiB Â¬ 1 1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RK BLUE GRASS ROUTE t Route from Shortest an Cen tral Kentucky to All Points North IZast West and Soath weat FAST LINK BETWEEN Lexington Schrilule 111 Cincinnati Nov 2 Meet No 17th No Daily 18S9 SOUTH IJOUNI Kx Sun S Kx Hnn pm m No Ive Covington Lva l lmiiiitli Lve IyiiMiiKiia An Paris Arr Lexington Ivc Iltitiniiali to a m iauo p m 11 2ii 809 p m 245 p 944 am 917 pm 1037 am 1000 p m 10 am 800 p m THE CHICAGO - ROCK ISLAND PaQIFO MULWAT 1023 P m Be it a weakness it deserves ome praise We lovf llit- nlavKrotind of our earlier ilar Gormley made the harness wit li wliich Susie S won her great Bufalso that with which Suspenders ients Hosiery Vara raised herscH froi All to be COST ALL 41 WORK 40 WABRANTED AT COST At Cost AT COST iive us a call and see for yourself Respectfully maiara DR RICE For re now at A WALLACE B0GGS RATES Bet Third S Tu iMuYiMj svn4 New and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC tT UUlr Ml Ml jMWfassB Uj1 ttW SES tt ST j Impotrcoy rf s yee r ur r t suiKsMHi IL - MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble - niflrtenusV iL J nMfjlMSsB m u IJi m - minrt4iMB rtnsSHiMistskMan BMSmMSMm TMi hsiMssastH ft mad aMi wj mu m an i hw CJnras tlmraslMS ii i all tJosx CkusM run lilt sad imiilm mtncUj mii titihl i wh rprira imm JilSL fs VKsiS a wm saasawaaaa ui ii SsrpiiTTj IS fSsSy nH ssaBvasas Kasrsa BtassssTasasstST1 Oastorrara Scthml tar asassssssssj s ffyA th FREE aUl Â¬ 8 Bat SBSBjajajajaWd Or private coinrsxxoR ASVntSHIlUrKMSD nlAarSs I4 - lw4 h iw rA a m r a mlL Art EYH at H b- o m isiutri J SaaBBBBsfiasDI 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informa- Â¬ tion before ordering any style of work WM ADAMS A SON Importers 49- ssaaaKSi 23 39 aflad wsaderiiu rnrxl Eoeks loarmxt la on raauioK TMtanorUaai rrum all lok part- - o lb FTrasaMjo POST A InassU XR EMORY Ilna Htm York shorty to brand the othr as legs or skinny Older heads have con eluded that the chief way of happiness is in being glad one is not something worse It would take a shrewd philologist to trace to its sources the name Gearsy A small boy had a ba habit of loafing about a railroad track and sometimes stole ride Ilii mothers frequent ad monition was Johnny keep way from the kears His playmates took up the letter and not the spirit of the injunc- Â¬ tion and thereafter were profuse in ad- Â¬ vice about the kears which ended In giving him the name Oearsey borne to this day A relative is said to have inquired for her missing offspring after this plaintiT fashion Ive got a bug in my ear ast a yaller taste in my miuth and did yon Ma aajaBiaa of my Jerry In the same town lives a thin tlelicate lookin hoy who bears with anirry ro laMHaSsSa the astonishing tiile - boy - pale - face given him presumably on ac- Â¬ squaw count of lm fondness for that thrilling tale Seventy Seven Buckets Full ot Blood or tho Corkscrews Revenge By the way an old Virginia town is a capital place to study character Take one such ai I have in mind not too busy or extensive where everybo ly knows everybody else In such a place remote from the busy marts tho stieam of life does not move so fast nor in such complexity of direction but the meditative may look far into its dark but placid depths In this town were boys called Woe wah Cinny shortened from Cinnamon Bear which was given him oa ac Â¬ count o his imitation of the antics of a traveling Italian bear and his groat Indian bear dance Moan Eye on ac- Â¬ count of his round ianocont eyes Moses not at all oa account of his meekness Porgio Hen hick an unfeeling allusion lo vocai djformity Cats aya another personal djformity Watermelon Rediip a lioy who knew whit was good Sugar lip somewhat like the former conEddie Cute ceited Footer Kisstmpoppin 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It was philosophical in the stout boy when the tall boy called him fatty or or X2VE HP 03FLT7aL3j 27 Address M rV DAUPHIN M Arr IVf Iftlls Arr Wludiaatcr Arr Kicliiiitiiitl An I annasltr SiHiiforl li jo am 40 pm 1 540 p m hjo p m 45 pm 620 pm 7 jo pm 5 Washington C By ordinary letter containing Money Order issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Draft or Postal Note 1 A Dauphin New Orleans La Ive Kiilimoiil Arr lreH Arr LivliiKsltm 155 pm 305 pm Includlnp- main lines brunches and extension East una West of tho Missouri River To all points Eatt Nortn an I hwesr from Kansas Davenport Des Moines Cnlogo and via ALBBT rUY ROUTE LEA to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthing tor Sioux Falls Wator town Mlnnaapolis St Paul and Intervening towns and ciris it la th enort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cinci Louisvilie Nashville and Eastern and Southern pointo conversing e Kansas City it also constitutes 011 Ilnd No 5 No NOKTH KOUNU Ex Sun Ex Sun No a Daily Address Registered Letters containing Currency to NaT ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New tileaua La REMEMBER that the payment of Prizes is Guaranteed by Four National Banks of New Orleans and the Tickets arc signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts therefore beware of all imitations or anonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket Issued by us in any Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle Â¬ Â¬ lvc Betva Arr Kiclmionil i lve Livingston 8oo a m 1025 a m 74 1000 110 200 It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands in the world forming speediest most popular and eccromfcal system of transportation totho from all citiss rvns and sections in Kansas Col Â¬ and orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Cnair Cars between Kansas City and Caldwoll Hutchinson Dodge City Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson and Pullman and competitors In splondor of cool warmed by eteam rrom tne locomotive in winterequipment cilptod in summer from dut and free leave Kansas City and St Joseph dailvwell vent on arrival of trains from the Ifiaot and Southeast wit n e R7Anc TJ Coaches Pullman a alana Sleepers and 1AV l vrrTnr ttecumug unair Cars RUNNING rat GoloriVdO Snrintm And PnVhri THROUGH WITHOUT lianasaata il lato CHANGE DOQVer mnaHniT crrina r nlTT af tcrveninc stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con- Â¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furaLsh delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate prcss 1 THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER Ive 8tnftrd Ive Lancaster Al Richmond Ive Klc Inn ml Islington Ive Iails Ive Ivitlilalia Ive Kalititairii I am MACNIF1CENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS T -- am pm pm iOoaingr ail Air Winchester Arr Tuns ve 610 am 71 am 700 a m 9 13 10 15 250 p m Arr tovlMuton 4i2 pm Arr IliKiniiHtl 540 pm 550 pm am 1045 a m am 526 6 31s pm 421 pm 444 pm I jopra 3 pm pm MAVSVILLE BRANCH Nt 9 KOBTH 8OCSD Kx Siin THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE 0Mnlt2uflkeB PeaB the Garden of the God3 Cascade Greon suutary Palls Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining campe and citieo Mountain Ihily ixsun j5 No II Dally 3P 4H Ive floelnnail Lve Iuvliiciiii Islington Arr allttanrfmrg Parts Carlisle Johnson rm 8001m 700 am Fruit I Ornamsntai Trees 851am 923 am am Nt M 817 am Kitpa 656pm 7 450 pm 545 Pm resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic atUactions of Colorado Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every aaodrrn Improvement tlist can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment 1 ney also make close connections at terminal cities In Colorado in Ucion Dopotc with the Denver and Ko Grard Colorado Midland Union Pacihc D jnvor Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines lor Tickets Maps Time Tables Issued monthiyl or further desired Folders copies of the Weetarn Trail information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN flHK as aaaas ti no SOITTH BOUND Ni Kx 12 t Arrives Paris ltij a m KxnefM ISumlny No 8 Laaveai iiciiuii lii p m Arrl3s ialiuouili T hi p li txtepi Siii ij Sn 7 u itvft KaliiKMiiii iui an Arrives Ci nniil 7Vi a in Kxcept suitliif TKA1N MilIS NVi i rnns liy lelweesi Lexington and rincinnuii o 4 runsdnlly 1 have purciiined betwt ei Cincinnati hihI Iexuitoii the property of the Noa 2 ami I make ctinnec ous at Winrlies said Company and will keep ou haud The Only Coal Yard isi Town I desire to til or rent privately t lie lerfor polntaen the N N A af v Ky IM it iltTA NT Trains if this lln- - now ar- Â¬ all of the best varieties of large I wo story rive at an tlT iii liini the Central Inltui niaklnacnn- n ketl Only a ni mre from the Court house i by nilroatl anj situated on a good corner lot in Ellis urn uoiri nave to send away oot to For fall pnrtleularsaadrsa or call on any Â¬ aHiittif llio Itiiipuin tr The yard is easy of access Persons tue depot ion Ky known as Hie Hognn properU L MUNSON E H BACON 22 ty detiring to haul their own coal will HHCOLYKR Trav Piis r Ari Truv hast Agt Clue Lexington Kv not have to cross the railroad s P B MOKMK Uenl Paan Agt CiiKiniati I respectfully request a literal pat- Â¬ Goal 11 K BUNTINJTON V Prts A Geo Maur ronage of the citizeus of both county CAKR ArV RirliRitmd Ky Ut neral Offli ueree BulKl- - and city ii I will be pleased t lurnlsh any one who may fvor me willi llicir nrdn Siniiilsnl Kruit hihI OriiHttienlal Trees aiI PlanlH Damely Aiiilen Pcar ClierripH Piumlis Iihiihs Siriwlierry Plant Kvergreena Water Mapl sc Adtlr P F ADAMS Waco Ky Ba 49 BzHoa 515 a m 649 a m 715 am 740 s m B 35 a m 1035 a m 1045 Dally sun pm pm pm pm pm Pm BRYANT JJaofc STRATT0N Business College KY P CARR C B Ive MinKvillu Johnson tiirlislc Millfisimi Air Pnrl Cincinnati No 3 lawvaa LvxIngSoit Covington 150 232 323 347 415 630 am 6 30 p m 6 3 pm eiairrr7HiLOUlSWlLLEm T WELLS RIOSMOXD C Ivfxi tii IMsb For Sale or Hent -- COAL CO T WELLS CO 11 STORE HOUSE GOAL 13- Pay 1 he at Once Mmadto uyFutofTtnn lit - T S BRON8TON Lexington Ky THE BEBlTASTE AT HOME haired debutante is Ulust ated It Is ol accounts of Breck Phelps have T1103IAS B AY1IES lieen placed in my hands for colled inn I can be found at J A Bull vans office Real Estate and General Cconey Bxjser for short on First Street for the uext thirty days Upright Boiler Dode Toden After that time suit will be brought on Collecting Agency Hunter Pumpkin Kooafcv irrespective of for nil unpaid account Buli Tail Haf Special attention paid to the sale Frank Oddy Edward politics or church numbers hi p color and exchenge of Real Estate and to the P H SULLIVAN Flip Ponto collection of all kinds of accounts 47 46 36 39 Feb 10 18S0 club footed at first called FUb FIob Â¬ Stick-in-the-m- m Plumbinsr Mccarty Gas Soft Coal and Anthracite Hat and Lump Coal Now open at lumber vartl next t Pump Repairing a Specialty All Quickest delivery wn Lowest kinds of pumpj kept at T Wells A Co Coal yard or W G Whites Drug 17- Store 60 49 0 T TOSLLS 00 and Steam Fitting