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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rI JSi v t I VOLUME ATTORNEYS A 7 III naiwu Flint W f8 1 Wll 1 ill 1 TOBMB IS AT LA RkliMoM iluriiaiii J Building SI iLIYAN A A7 TOBNBl RlCHMiiM - T LA KeNTICKV M Rtreet siime aa formerly oc Hle liter i- - c T DWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky ret KN I Al MJRGEKY A WILKES SMITH - VESTAL SURG BOX Kicmiioxd Mtae Smlli Vatn Kent Hlwl P it B BuiMiii Office Take no shoes Tilves v L Douglas mmr and Drlra artv Hlamvwrl nn rh bottom If the dealer cannot supply yon aend direct to factory enclosing advertised CAUTION vrio s s s Or li RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WIFTS SPECIFIC IOR renovating the FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS PRIZE WINNEIia Dames of the Telegraphers Who Knocked Sending Tourney tfatW YoitK April 11 i In 1H1 J iIbIVYbhIi A 1 i Â¬ i Wj M wfe FEELING Ex- - j3 gSSjg toc nr NUMBER 44 ff WEDNESDAY APRIL 16 1890 THE COMMONWEALTH Legislative Proceeding Sknate No session Frankfort April Horsa--Th- 1 AGAINST DOCKING It ifl entire system eliminating all Poisons from the Blood whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this pre aration has no ffval For eighteen months 1 had an eating sore on my tongue I was treated by test local fhysuians but obtained no relief the sore gradually grew morse I finally toot S S S and was entirety eurtd after using mftw UttUs CUM Li Mont Henderson Tex on Blood TREAT1M- muled free and Skin me bwiFT Specific Co l Atlanta Ga j 9 C MORGAN D I RCUMOXD K EX TUCK T reet over MailiMin National S- - 1 a W CREED I i S BIBBS t lLE - KEX Tl CRT m iilrnc I tiie fMsfaaafSS Kvcrytlitna t7 IHYMi IANK J M lOVMZ J rSlCIAK AND SURGEOX Kevtickv xi to W L DOUGLAS smeDdmcnt to the Joint resolution for the re moval of the naval magazine from ElllIsland N Y ws concurred lh A protst i received frm the New Ybrk Vjhambcr of Commerce against tht Chinese census enumeration bitL Among the bills reported from commit tees and placed on the calendar were the following BaaM bills for public buildings at Kansas Citr S0OX Grand Haven Mich f 101010 iiid Mansfield O 10000 Housr The Semite dependent pension bill amended with a sorvice pension provision was called up A motion to suspend the rules and pass It as a substitute failed yeas 1H0 nays 8 not the necessary two thirds Th public building bills were then passed The legisla tive appropriation bill wai reported A bill to increase the salary of the Surgeon Ueneril of the Marine Hospital service Dr Hamilton failed for lack of tte recessary two thirds rote The naval appropriation bill was taken up In committee of the whole and at 540 p m the House adjoumed VCastiikoton April 8 Swat Mr Ed munds gave notice in the Senate that as soon as the Montana election case could be disposed of the Judiciary Committee would endeavor to bring the anti trust bill aa reported by that com mittee in obedience to the order of the Senate Bills were reported and a Joint resolution intro duced to give extra law hooks to the Howard Tnivers y The Montana case was taken lit and debated but laid aside for the antitrust bid Mr 8herman said that While the bill was Wanted the that tit all he could be he believed would it was fore best that got and he then vote for it as it stood Amendments proposod by Reagan and George were rejeeied and the bill as reported was passed 52 to 1 The bill passeJ is exactly as it came from the judiciary Committee on April I House Mr McAdoo N J from the Committee on Naval Affairs called up the bill to prevent the enlistment of aliens in the naval service of the United States and It was passed Mr Adams 111 called up the motion to reconsider the vote by which the House defeated the bill making an appropriation to suppy the deflcency caused by the SUcott defalcation Mr tiolman Ind moved 10 table the motion to reconsider Lost The motion was then re- considered and the bill was passed The House thpn went into Committee of the Whole Mr Butterworth O in the chair and the naval appropriation bill was taken up and con sidered by sections until adjournment at 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 FIrat Session TTAsntNOTOK April 7 Bbhati The House ANTI STANLEY The Germans the Persimmons In the National Fast Commissioners Sale nmcn emu White a Drug 3- - W EVANS M I- - PH1SICIAX AXD SURGEOX Kentucky Rich mum u reet CENTLEMEN Fine Calf Heavy Laced lmin afad Cree moor Wat rproof Boat in the world Kxamlne hi eiiOO FMINE HANI KVKI 8HOE WHT MIOE StOO HAM SEKKDIMIMIHN SHOE ICE AM KM It VAIIT tALF SHOE S50- A V 3 ORwEL ion an All iu I 8- n H le in Congress nOKKlNRMFN8 SHOES SCHOOL SHOES innsButton and Lace S3 SIc2SHOE FOR MISSESLAFDt8 SHOES 75 W L pR TJ Beat Dougl-u- Material TAYLOR in Medicine and twt Style Brockton Hut Beat Fitting Sold r Practitioner Surgery JACK FREEMAN 3- I Kent -- - Setinl Klirel nvir Iivket M Grocery - A D RUFF m1ltl aJKtV A POSTER DJOHN PH1SIC1AX AXD SURGEON Kentucky Richmond i Hue ror xt lxir MhIii to and latex AtB99BBkmmB Luxuik yym s -- MiriiT m - o Kentucky pub- - pursit an axd surgeox Hall - - saaxaaai ervlces to the LETCUER PHTSICIAM AMD SUBGBO M - -- i T Kenticky a VITCHIIAKEB JEWELER Hi Building Main Street 28- - liEAIEK IN Wmtektm J W BRIGHT M 1 St CIA X A XD S I ItGEOX Kentucky Illi Building on Main Street aaJLy j- - Clocks Jewelry Hilver nd UneeiHl Plaletl ware Hi mieraartapafajl and flu hi attention ghraa to HuLToN HoireopithicPhysicitB and Surgeon RlCHMOMD 1i FUTTINQ - DIAMONDS M - KkXTVCKY Hours ami nil S AND OTHER PRECIOUS STOXFS Buehta u ililti- dia- - aMH if untiieti Putientx liie medicines treated al a REPAIRING Promptly done unti in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver fci Dont loriret the place next door to the Post ofliee Ricl mond Ky 3B- seni to i IiS IEXNINGS A GIBSON Physicians and Surgears - Richmond Kentucky Aallace A Rice 51 oU Main street over E AlLTZ - PH IS CI A X A XD S I JtGEOV Richmond Kentucky OfW W Main Htieet uii Building up st JESSE COBB i Buinani jK 2 J M BLACK AXD SCRGEOX An IDSrCAX Rki Hoisf Ky This Fire Saddle Stallion villi make the stat jn ol lSt0 at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at S15 TO INSURE i COLT lESSF CORP is isH hands high chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to uoo pounds fine action and is a model saddle horse J by Mark Diamond 1st dam bv Tuttle horse he by Ktill Eric and Bell sire of dam of Georgette Vara 23S Second dam Lucy by Young Davy Croclett 3J dam by Cannon Whip 4th dam bv Traveller o- lilAKLES ft COLTER CO 2k4 Hobbies like the above to be bad at Y 42- C GORMLEY - COS Fine i Carnages plorer and Say So action of yesterday In passing 1 Notice of Brack Maupin Ac Plfl fast sending tournament which took the tax reduction bill over the Governors et against Sale In place yesterday afternoon and evening And a Penalty Is Imposed oa the Perpe Â¬ was up on a motion to reconsider coupled with Have Pro- - Dan Ternll Ac Defts j Equity The Scheme tte la Alleged a motion to table Mr W B Fmith of Maditrators in Hardman Hall was the most inter- Â¬ poeed to Esnld son arose this morning to a question Of personal By virtue of a judgment and order of Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen Â¬ esting event of the kind in the history Nkw Yokk April 10 Michael Sho privilege addressed to an article in the Courier fale tral Kentucky to All Points North of the telegraph The first contest in han Martin Ryan and Jas Smith em- Â¬ Journal charging him with having acted in bad London April 12 The Times corres- Â¬ deredof the Madison Circuit I mirt ren- at the March term thereof lSs the afternoon was in the ladies class ployes of Mr Cheever of Long Island East West and South west faith with the Governor in the matter of the veto pondent at Berlin says he notes a grow- - in the atxve styled cause the uuder under consideration Tho Senate resolution Herr f ee to all first prixe 50 second 40 court- Â¬ g ring the State Teachers Association the use ing anti Stanley feeling there were tried yesterday at Woodbury sigtietl will on FAST LINE BETWEEN third 20 Miss Kitte B Stephenson of house for docking the tails of their of the Cipltol lor their annual meeting in June Reichard while lecturing recently de- Â¬ Mew York won the first prize sending clared that Stanley while Ofi his search 16 ponies The horses ere to be used in was pulled out of the orders of the day and 217 words in five minutes Miss Belle M for Livingstone learned from Arabs aft concurred in tViA rrumn t9 nnln tMOTI IPnFO a 13 - About Mi hour of 11 oclock A M- on Dennes of New York second prize 213 f08ted FttANXronT April 7 Senate Mr Peter Zanzibar Livingtones location but con- Ihe premises in Madinou county Ky the Society for the Prevcnaoraa aiim u v anseiow 01 cealed his discovery in order to enhance man from the Committee on Education re Scheanle in Elect Nav 17th 1H8S wjliono Cruelty to Animals Witnesses to expose to public sale to the I or iniru prize aiu worus miss for the people were numerous and wero ported favorably a bill to establish and luain his feat The lecturer further declared proceed biihler Ihe following described highest It Tillie V Froschel of New York won most emphatic in declaring dock- Â¬ tain three State Normal Schools A bill was or that Stanley by threats had in- - property viz No 2 No 1 passed dered printed and recommitted Ba Baa Daily be- SOCTH BOrSP Ex San 5 offered by tho the special prize of ing to be a most barbarous cruelty Tho Incorporating the Baptist Ministers Aid So duced Emin to leave Wadelai com- Inited Press for excellence combined prosecution produced the tail of a horse eiety of Kentucky Governor Buckner sent in cause he himself had failed in with speed The second contest was and showod that the operation no matÂ¬ three vetoes two to the House and one to the mercial land grabbing and speculation 8 io am p as 800 p m of of m tiat of the old timers Albert S ter how skillfully done must necessarily Senate one to regulate the sale oth liquor In utterly unredeemed by a human purpose1 Situated on the water Ky Muddy Creek Lve Falmvotli 818 am 809 pm 245 pm Linda o8 pas in Madison county r a claim 917 pm Hlndman Knott County and the 944 Ayres of tho United Press New York cause great physical pain and suffering a feeling for Emin The lecturer were owned and occupied by William Lve Cynthlaaa- - 1037 am 1000 pm - I of John Kelcham of Breathitt County en the or sues am 1023 P won the first prize of S50 for the highest 540 pm r paaper Wlou veto was of read a letter from Count Stellaire whose Terril at the time of hi death situated Ait Paris The Senate and when supplemented by burning tho Will IV lnA u Wt son the Zanzibar agent of tho German about 5 miles troni Hkhmoud Ky on A it Lexington WVJi U1G tUfl irA UJVU llnli Trllf Hill stump with a red hot Iron the agony Z 7 1arw prize of 825 offered by the United Press must have been excruciating bach of and Guarantee Company of Louisville the ob- East Africa Company had been in- - the Kichmouil and Irvine turnpike Lve W Indies Ur rr I r wj i i anto isiim iiin nn jection being that It Is of the omnibus order t ii t i id pm atvscj formed Arr Richmond 140 pm nvn tviu flint wiiu a rtAfisv that Stanleys proposition One piece containing oi st the defendants claimed ignorance of la 4 S5 pm HotOE The House Arr l aiicaster Fred Catlin New York won second in mitigatioh of his crime in profiounc1 the Governors veto of had another round Over o Emin was to collect forces and yy p Arr Mtanfonl the tax reduction bill jbrize bf 40 sending 217 words Tho Ing sentence the judge said owinjif and left it ifl the same condition it Is now go ahtl establish himself and found 155 pm lve Richmond other contestants were G M Erlemiller to the fact that it was their first offense ready to be tailed up at anv time The Com- - stations in Kavirondo while Stanley jloj pm Arr berea- yo P Arr LivliiKston of Pittsburgh 197 words and J II be would not impose the full penalty in mittee on Criminal Laws reported favorably- would bring two steamers from Mom Adjoining the lands of Jarvis lilbert the bill of Commonwealths Attorneys on a sVDaga anfi join him in an expedition Hwight New York 138 words The this instance therefore he sentenced R ami others and the same tt was made a spe- ary No next competition was in class A open Sheban to pay a fine of fifty dollars and cial of ISSflO per annum and Bills incorporating b ColPiuer I ganda and I nyoro and IhihI Watts Dally conveyed by Owen Viker heir NORTH BOUND FXKan order forVVednesday t all operators first prize 100 second be imprisoned in the county jail for the Lexington and Richmond railroad and the create them provinces of an equatorial and Thomas J r inilh to W C Terrill Lexington Company 70 third 30 and a special prize of 25 twenty days he being the one who act- Â¬ Central Electric the objections of the Oovern- - dominion Of which Emin With a prince- and eliildieu Another tract contain Â¬ Lve Livingston 8oo am of amended to meet offered by the United Press for excel- Â¬ ually performed the operation Lve Berea 1035 a m In the VI HO MIU lIU vMMSnt valf ntcJk1 A Kill j - gmiarv should be ruler in the service ing about 11 U Arr Kichinond lence combined with speed some of case of Kyan and Smith a fine of forty passed affecting the11State VW VMV laws It of the British East Africa Company Insurance Lve rttiiiifonl 7 00 am those entering this class during the af- dollars was imposed on each of them prohibits a life company from taking fire risks Railways would be built from the coast Lve Ijincaster ternoon and some during the evening or engaging In other enterprises It may how- Â¬ through tho Dominion connecting with Kiluated on the opposite side of the Arr Kiclimnnil 1000 a m In the case of Mr Cheever the owner of ever take accident risks This scheme turnpike road stid adj iiiiinc the lands Cve Richmond Official judgment had not been rendered the sources of the Nile ii pn 6 10 am the animals a decision will be rendered 200 p m Mr Lindsay the writer said would prove the gravo of Mrs Cornel Isoti and others and the Arr Winchester FTtABEroRT April 8 SfJWATa at a late hour on this class but the in a few days Arr Ii- - 240 p ihtrSdueed a bill to authorise the transfer of of all the commercial hopes of the Cier- - same onvey ed by D Cbenatilt and three highest scores are B R Pollocki - 1 saloon license from cne person to another The SICK OP THEIR BARGAIN wife to W Terrill and children l v Lexington Jr 2ft8 WorrJSi d YV Uoloson 248 F L 2 50 p m pal Lve PirH Thome tobacco bill was made a special order for mttlSi pm ill be sold in lve Iyiitliisnii a 4 The tract ol 260 acres 320 Catlin 241 - p n Patriotism Knocks the Profits Off Aa Ea Thursday The bill piovtdlng for the issue of Lve Falmouth A STATESMAN GONE 412 pm three parcels One of 7 32 100 aere Arr Iovliigton bonds for the Covington reservoir will be rey P n p 11 llsh Syndicates Itrewery SIXTEEN POISONED and the Hume condemned by the R N Arr Cincinnati 3 P 11 yyo pm Dktijoit Mich April 10 The De- Â¬ ported to the House aa it comes from the trusy Mother Waa the Last Word pokes bf I B ltxilrond otiipauy ax its Two Families Make a Meal of a Wild Tur- Â¬ troit breweries which were organized tees Governor sent in two veto messages to Hon Saaaael Jackaoa Kandall an amendment to the of MAYSVILLE BRANCH The piece on north side key That Had Been Feeding oa Strich into an English stock company last Newport bills One is y city charter to authorize an Issue of ntft000 of Washington April 14 It was a sad said nlne P No 11 spring have not been successful under bonds for Ihe reconstruction of streets The and touching scene at the Randall resi-Â¬ WAPrtiKGTO April Daily Dally Sknatk Mr Wilson Little Rock April 11 The poison- Â¬ NORTH BOUND Is also a charter amendment and pro Containing About 35 Ex Sun Ex Sun fla offered a resolution iwhxh was agreed to ing of two whole families is reported the new ownership although practical- - oher for the exemption of certain personal dence on Capitol Hill when Congress Â¬ vides intruding the Committee on Inter State Com- from Itrowning Station Franklin Couni ly under the same management as before property from taxation man Samuel J Randall expired yester- Â¬ Fronting on Concord road The piece Lve 15 p Cincinnati merce to inquire what additional legislation is y Lve Covington Bncsa -- This was bill day In the House and day morning just as tho bells of a on routh side of said 244 pm ty Sixteen persons wet poisoned and The management attributes the falling necessary in respect to commutation and exI exington off in to the patriotic a number of new bills were Introduced among neighboring church were tolling 5 business at the latest accounts twelve of them cursion tickets so as to prevent abuses now er 800 a 1 HarU who would not pur-- them the following To close the saloons of oclock Around the bedside were gath Â¬ Containing Abont 223 isiing in regard to individuals and localities were in a precarious condition and not retailers 827 ai Arr Mtilerburg and four oclock chase beer from a for Covington between midnight provide a registra ered the family the physician and their The House bill appropriating S75fto to supply oxpected to survive Wm larllle Browning In the morning also to Johnw the deficiency occasion d by the defalcation in eign corporation The chairman of thd tion and secret ballotbills municipal elections la Postmaster General Wanamaker who Fronting on Richmond and 35Irvine for shot a large wild turkey gobbler and English company Maysville of fsaid two of the the olllce of the late Sergeant-at-Armarrived in the city re that city The latter two are similar to the ones had all kept a constant watch over the turiilike acres will be tracts ofleretl acre Â¬ sepftrst House was reported from the Commiitee On invited the family of George D ayes to and 223 Â¬ over which the two Houses recently failed to dying mail dnring the night A few a Appropriations without amendment and pass SOUTHBOUND dine with him at tho dinner at which cently and to day concluded negotiaarably and l hen as a whole For fur agree to reduce taxation from forty aeven to Ex Sun ed The Senate then resumed consideration it was to be served Sixteen persons tions the terms of which are not made forty five cents to make flfy pounds of green moments before his death he had opened iher description of said lauds refeence public by which tho former owners ro apples a bushel of the Montana contested election case and his eye and looking tenderly at his is made to ihe judgment now on ti Ii Lve Mayaville belonging to tho two families sat Mr Pugh concluded hs argument in favor of control of their respective brew Â¬ A in the above cause Mother Johnson to the table Soon after Kne at a price it is understood greatly Frankfort April Rraiti The fight wife said in a low tone the Democratic claimants Messrs Clark and down a made on a - CmllamWjbunt over the Christian County registration bill was word instinct with all the fond recollec- Â¬ TERMS Sale will they had partaken of the turkey they eries Maelnnis Mr Turple also a member of the Miller 715 am below what the English company paid transferred 10 the Senate this morning and the tions of their long and happy married life credit of 6 12 ami IS month9 The pur Arr Faris mittea on Privileges and Rlecilons pre ran one after another to be attacked Blatter was sent to the Committee on General and by which he always called his wife chaser will he required to give bond Lexington 835 a ml an argument on the same si le of the with nausea violent vomiting and con for the property originally Statutes The House bill providing a ssatpplag loviiigton question The Chinese enumeration bill when none but the family were near with good and solvent security for the v ilsions Cincinnati One of the boys of the Brownpost for Graves County lor the punishment of Four Pennsylvania Criminals Haajrsd was discussed and at ti p m the Senate ad payment of the purchase motley to ing family was the only member not E ASTON Pa April 10 Wm journed II petty larceny passed and is now ready for the He looked into her eyes as if he were have Ihe force auu enect or a judg No 41 l eaves I exumton luati a m Arnvea of the Governor A Mil to restore in about to say something more but he Vuiitlav Housa The Speaker having ald before the tken ill and he gave tho alarm to Bartholomew was hanged here yester- signature form special findings to the code of seemed to have strength left and in ment bearing legal Interest from the Paris 1041 a in Ex p ra Arrivea a modified Leaves No House the Senate bill for the improvement Hhd bo neighbors who hastily summoned med day morning for the murder of Aaron practice was finally dropped Into the orders of Samrmap p day of sale with a Lien reserved upon FaliuoutliTnu - 10 V maintenance of the National Zoological park a few moments he had passed away 7 LeaveNo ical assistance Four of the poisoned W Dillard The drop fell at 1034 oclock Mr day Goebel from the the said property until all the purchase Cincinnati TV aFnirnoi tttaMsi in Arrives with the House amendment providing that the m re Death had come with the coming of the money is jiald on Statutes General persons were relieved by vomiting but Ebknsbtjko Pa April 10 Chas Car- Â¬ tommlitee D strict ol Columbia shall pay half the expense TKV N N11TKH N1 t runi Lilly between The watchers saw that all was ported ftvorably Mr Wallaces bill to make dawn laliy wiih the request from the Senate for a confera ter the murderer of John Matthews Lexington in t the other twelve are reported to be in ayes S3 nays 1 A felony It R BURNAM between lnclnnali an I le xiiixton ence Mr McComaa iMd1 moved that the dying condition It is supposed the tur- was hanged in the county jail at this oontz a to reconsiderpassedtabled and the bill Is over and tho brave wife and daughter Winchew- ti make 0 waa motion Nob 2 and House recede from Its amendment After a key just before he was shot ate of some vt V Ry place at 150 oclock yesterday after- Â¬ now ready for the signature of the Governor who had nursed and cared for him dur Master Com r of Madison Circuit Court ler for point on Ihe N long debate Mr McComas motion to recede ar- 42 44 IMFuRTAS r TrH a of tl The conference committee appointed tosaape his long illness could restrain their biit poisoned with strychnine and noon was defeated 18 to 109 The House Insisted on moil at and ileji rive way up a suitable bill calling a constitutional con feelings no longer but gave con- which had been set for wolves tklng lis amendment and a conference was ordered Passenger S1 Watnesburo Pa April 10 Zach vention m i 3 a report to day The Senate bill iun jjujaiuiAU The naval appropriation bill was considered A neetion for all Taylor was hanged here at 1113 oclock amendedmade to the pay of the officers was LO vuoir KrIL wiiim endeavored to aa Through SPLIT ON A ROCK and Mr Wanamaker and without action the House adjourned at yesterday morning He walked firmly agreed upon and will be reported to the House console them aa to any ikiiiiI reached h f n rif5 p m best thoy might dtlieaa or call on any Kor r Washington April 10 SENATB--Tb- e Pres One Hundred and Thirteen fin Down la upon the scaffold He was brave to the to morrow Â¬ agent of toe mapaa Hocsa Bills passed To Incorporate the though their own grief hardly permitdent pro tem Mr Ingalls remarked that he he Waves Danger Unmasked Directly last In a speech he said he was inno- Â¬ B H BA W - MlNsuN For the last week ted them to speak was in error yesterday in allowing the motion Tra In the Tath ol the Pacific Vessels Thrill- - cent be never saw the man who was Northern Kentucky Land and Title Insurance Trav P m ST 2- W 111 Company to amend the charter of the Camp- it bad been a certainty that the distin- Â¬ Lex to take up the Chinese enumeration bill while us Scenes at the Sinking of the Suetta murdered and that he was going home bell County S K P M Protestant Childrens Home to In- guished Pennsylva nian must go and ho was undisposed of the Montana election case Â¬ lien M H K llfN I INOTON San Fkancisco April 14 By steam- to Jesus corporate the Newport police and fire district was en tier by being postre nod laid aside informsuffering in such a P BCAKI ship Mariposa from Australia additional ally or 01 ber action and ruled that the Mon Bkilktonte Pa April 10 Alfred in Campbell County to amend the charter of condition that weakened andhave been General Oil death must tana case is to proceed until completed The details have been received of the wreck- Â¬ Andrews was hanged here yesterday for the town of West Covington to Incorporate the ing The death of Rosedale Agricultural Association of Camp- a welcome release case was then taken up and discussed pro and ed steamer Suetta off Thourdan Island the killing of Clara Price The drop bell County Mr Myers entered a motion 10 re- Mr Randall removes a National figure con by Messrs Hoar Gray Teller Tun1 About nine oclock on the evening of fell at 1103 consider to amend the charter of the city of and a National man from American poli- Â¬ Sheiman Kusiis Kdmunds Voorbees and March 1 the passengers who were Newport to provide sewerage for Newport K una No action was taken and the Senate Mew Plague In Russia and also for Dayton to Incorporate the Citi- tics Partisan be was and a bold fighter holding an impromptu musicale were adjourned New Yokk April 10 According to a zens Electric Company of Dayton to amend for his convictions but a patriot too in the House this morning the Chap startled by the sudden stopping cable dispatch received in roil this city a the charter of the Incorporated D strict of every fiber of his being The deceased The ol Inin offered a prayer fur Mr Randall the engines and the grating tap E nnnnnni plague has swept over a largo Highlands In Campbell County to amend the was born in Philadelphia October 10182e vrrnt into Committee on the Whole Mr ol the vessels keel on the sunken terrible of llutlcrworth O in the chair 011 the navnl ap of Southern Russia Millions of charier are the Newport Light Company The Up to a late hour yesterday afternoon no Senate bills rock In less than three minutes the section last six offered an j ri naiious till Mr Herbert Ala field mice in such numbers as to be irre- Â¬ definite arrangements for the funeral FiiANKrour April 10 Sis ate Bills passed amendment providing for the construction of Suetta had sunk out of sight leav- Â¬ sistible have overrun those provinces H B incorporating ths Covington Trust Com- had been decided upon but is probable two instead of luce coast line battle ships ing 291 people struggling in the waves and arc passing northward They have pany increasing the jurisdiction of magistrates that the interment will take place in to - Mr Peters Kas moved to Tie Oldest and Strongest lmericaa 1 1 Some were borne under by entangled in Covington to tMUU providing for a registraÂ¬ strike out Hie entire clause or the increase of s 2 r Companies ringing and others more fortunate ruined cultivated fields completely gut- tion law in Christian County The Thome to- Laurel Hill Cemetery Philadelphia ihe navy He believed that the Unned States One ted granaries and wheat stacks and bacco bill was passed in the special orders till had no need of battle ships and possess d all clung to the floating wreckage NORTH AMKRICA A Boys Fearful Ciims the cruisers that it required Afer debate Mr hundred and thirteen lives were lost killed and eaten several hundred dogs to morrow Mr Kemp asked leave to bring In They swim rivers and climb mountains a bill to repeal the act empowering the municiThis place P1NKVH1E La April man Ind moved to strike out the para Hoi SLRINt FIELD Of one hundred and twenty six whites palities In Campbell County to regulate the obgraph providing for the three battleships but desperate at- Â¬ only thirty escaped While of the 165 and there seems to be no way either of servance of Sunday The House bill amending is much excited over tho sixteen-year-olCONNECTICUT leaving in the piovision for an armed cruiser d or of arresting their of Willio Talbot a Far fTn roes eichty two survived many of exterminating them 10 70 The bill was then favor Agreed to the charters of West Covington was reported tempt progress boy to kill six young ladies and PENNSYLVANIA and passed al v reported to the House but no final action the whites being imprisoned in the state L was taken and the House adjourned Silver Discoveries In South Dakota Hocsx Mr Draddys motion to reconsider gentlemen on the river yesterday Tho rooms Captain Sanders states that ho NIAGARA Sen ate The conWashington April MiTCiitLL S D April 10 Silver ore the action by which the lottery franchise of the party had taken without leave a skill was on the bridge when the vessel struck sideration of the Montana election case was re 1 Ccmpany left in Talbots charge GERMAN Seeing the parhas been discovered twelve miles south Â¬ Newport Newspaper and Printing now He pushed forward and ordered the sumed and as no Senator sought the floor was repealed waa tabled The bill Is readi ty in the skiff on the river he opened He found the ship already west of Mitchell in four different places boats out the yeas and nays were ordered on the f rst resA joint resolu for the Governors slimature MERCHANTS olution and the rote was about being taken settling He had just time enough to at a depth of sixty feet-- Assayers in tion providing for final adjournment May 8 fire on them with a shotgun Miss Ella when Ml Evarts rose and suggested that if ns Chicago who have tested the ore pro- Â¬ went over The Senate bill to place Common- Hardee had one eye shot out and Miss Â¬ climb the rigging and jump into the waSenalor on the other side desired to apeak he 0 per annum a salary A ter when the vessel seemed to stand up nounce it genuine The metal exists wealth of torneys on passed of tS5following bills Caddo had her face filled with shot would proceed to make the closing argument The fees was Two of the young men were wounded in large quantities One farmer has in lieu on end for a moment and then sunk AfMr Hoar iu support or the comm ttces report were passed this afternoon To farther amen d gsSF Dont forget our office is at lh notice that on Monday he should r sk the c ter a half hour he was picked up The been offered 5000 for his farm which the charter of Covington in respect to supplying bat not seriously Farmers National Bank Senate to remain in session until ice Montana otherwise would not sell for more than water for the citizens authorizing an Issue of rock on which the vessel struck is not Subsidizing Amirteai Tassels rase is disposed of Afier an executive session fiai 00U tonds to regulate municipal elections oi tho charta nd is right in the track SI 000 PrniAWtpiiiA April Ml A meeting HUME BURNAM the Senate adjonrred till to morrow in Covington by providing the Australian sysÂ¬ aT 5 ol the course recommended by the Admir HOCEI Mr Lacey called up the contested Anniversary of Less Surrender tem of voting to close the saloons in Covington was held in the Philadelphia Board of Kit 1 election case of YVaddell vs Wise from the alty which states that there are twelve Nnw Yokk April 10 The twenty between midnight and 4 ocloea a m toamend Trade rooms in the interest of the bill Third Ustnct of Virginia Mr Enloe Tenn fathoms of water there fifth anniversary of the surrender of Ihe charter of West Covington authorizing the before Congress to encourage American X B Tobfacco Barns Country Stores The raised the question of consideration issue of 110000 bonds for the erection of a public commerce by paying a subsidy of thirty Lee to General Grant at Appomattox and Milliug property specialties House decided yeas IS nays 113 to consider school to amend the act creating the office of Flve People Drowned was celebrated at the Brooklyn Acad- Â¬ jailor of Campbell County providing that here- cents per ton for evory thousand miles the election case and Mr Lacey took the floor 33 niih an argument In favor of the claims of the East Saginaw Mich April 14 The emy of Music by the Twenty third Reg Â¬ after In elections for this office only the voters of travel by American vessels A Va supported gaatastaat Mr O Fermi steamer Handy Boy of the Bay Line iment who tendered a reception to Gen- Â¬ residing outside of the corporate limits of New- memorial was also adopted urging the of the minority of the Committee ihc resolution river steamers running between Sagi- Â¬ eral Wm Tecumseh Sherman General port Dayton and Bellevue shall be entitled to establishment of a line of steamers bet H ron Elect ons which declared the seat vacant B vote V ON West Coast 0 aSm m naw and Bay City while bound down O O Howard and General Henry Slo Aft- r considerable debate without disposing of -Frakktowt April 11 Senate- - A reso- tween Philadelphia and the JJ the muticr the bouse took a recess tie yesterday afternoon ran into the Flint cum There were no speeches of Africa lution was adopted fixing May K as the day of for the consideration of priand Pere Marwutte bridge carrying final adjournment Bills passed Exempting The Oincitinali Hamilton A Dayton A Peculiar Wedding GongresiiLans Son Kills Hlmsslf vate pension bills Â¬ certain property la Augusta Bracken County R R is the only line running Pull 2 A mother AsiiiNCTOSAprll Senate Mr Dawes away all her upper works She was sixGalena 111 April Ralkiou N C April 10 At the fn m municipal taxes incorporating the Cenmans Perfected Safely Veetibuleil presented a petition of the Boston Board of ty feet west of her proper course in the Horner Military Academy at Oxford and daughter took upon them the vows tral Eleeine Company of Lexington incorpor Trains with Chair Parlor Slee Trade indorsing the resolutions of the New ct annol Carelessness on the part of those Cadet Arthur W Cowles aged eighteen r 1 ating Leltchfield Big Spring And Northern railof wedlock the grandmother of the remonstrafng in charge is given as the cause of the York Chamber of Commerce and Dining Car service between Cin- Â¬ The son of Congressman Cowles committed road The Thorue tobacco bill was taken up junior bride acting as bridesmaid against the proposed legslanon for driving the cinnati Indianapolis snd Chicago and various amendments offered and left as unfin Captain Dolsen got ashore suicide by accident 1 Wm The following parties to the unique affair were shooting himself The young ished business Llnuee out of the country i the Ouly Line running Through Republic building bills were reported and placed and escaped although the police are man had been in poor health E Hammond of Dubuque and Mrs clining- Chair Care between Cincinnati Hocsx Action on the day of final adjourn George Little en searching for him Hospital at Gallipolis on thecalendir Marine Mary J Beddington of Jo Daviess ment waa postponed until to morrow The asyKeokuk aud Springfield Illinois O 150000 The O for Fremont Itiout gineer and Ed Trump the man at the Minister Lincoln Coming Home lum matter was up again but was left u finishCounty 111 and Louis Bourineim of passed Senate were bills following wheel are in jail It Is estimated that London April 10 It is stated at the ed business Thirty five new bills were intro- Warren 111 and Miss E J Beddington the nana of pensions bill to increase were thirty people on the boat at Legation here that Minister Lincoln duced among them the following To legalize for certain cases of deafness to forty dot there Dayton Lima Between Cincinnati the time of the accident and all were will sail for America next month and an appropriation of 11500 by Crittenden County Remarkable Oparattea tor Consumption lars a month Senate bi I to increase the effi authorfor the benefit Toledo Detroit the Lake Rer Ims and April 13 A remarkable swept into the river I5kkiin ciency and reduce the expense of the Signal The number of that his sons remains will be shipped ize the citizens of tornado sufferers To to meet of this Canada Corps of the army The bill transfers to the lost aa reported is five at the same time for burial in the fam snd organize lodges In Commonwealth houses operation for consumption has taken the district school Department of Agricu ture the Weather Bu- Â¬ The road is one of the oldest in the ily vault at Springfield I1L place before the Surgical Congress here of the State To Incorporate the Kentucky reau leaving the Signal Corps of the army to re Stale of Ohio ami lie only line ener Horticultural Society It is a State organiza wall and the lower The anterior chest era Irokan Lavaaa nvoi In the War Depnrtme t After an execo ing Cincinnati over twenty five miles Navigation Opens tion Governor Buckner seat to the Hoase to were removed t ve session the Senate adjourned New Orleans April 14 The break of double track aud from km past record Chicago April 10 The news was re- Â¬ lay bis disapproval of two bills One was entitled wing of the affected lung Hoose The Waddtll Wise contested- elec in the Atchafalaya levee which occur- Â¬ and the heart could be seen beating in can more than assure its palroos speed ceived yesterday that the Straits of Aa act to prohibit the sale of liquors within the cavity of the tion case waa resumed and the Republican con j chest The patient la one mile of Macedonia Baptist Church In comfort and safety yeas IM nays 1x0 Eulogies oa red on Wednesday two miles south of Mackinaw were free of ice Accordingly testant seated County act to pro Congress declares and the other Aa doing well and the Sims Port in Point Coupee Parish is the big grain fleet which has been waft Â¬ Grant Tickets on sale everywhere anil see the late Representative Laird of Nebraska hibit the aale of liquors within a radius of one that consumption is now curable At M p m the House ad Were delivered now six hundred feet wide and seven ing here for Buffalo and other lake ports snd one half mile of the Beard Presbyterian that they read C H A D either iu or journed Indianapolis or out of Cincinnati feet deep The town of 81ms Port is stood away Shares in Scott County apt the lenders After All O MrCORMlCK Toledo said to he about two feet under water 12 News Items It has at Kansas Crrr April Canadian House Defeats Free Trade Cannis TritNEB was shot and fatally We wish to announce that in a General Passeuffer and Ticket Agent Tie Cason levee on the west bank that the Griffith On the strength of the court of claims 42 41 Ottawa Ont April 10 The debate wounded in Floyd County while eloping length been determined for a long time few days our BAKERY will be seventeen mile north of Nelville fmtonntmm family of Mies Mich tho lov er I oise of Congress alout e The National Court to Bo a Proven Cruel Custom Dont Like the n nsj BLUE GRASS ROUTE To Wednesday April 90 - Lexington Cincinnati ii I j Certain Tracts of Land 8id j t in - -- j i i 134 ACRES 1 I M V Â¬ 265 ACRES right-of-wa- riJis 4- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ light-of-wa- Â¬ Acres right-of-wa- Acres Â¬ s 1 b Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J I r 1 Â¬ Â¬ - m1 -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f INSURANCE BURNAM Â¬ niip frl28 - HUME Â¬ li 1 Â¬ Â¬ nn J lA Â¬ ROCK BOTTOM RATES Â¬ v A Â¬ 3i B4H - cven--ontob- e Â¬ Id 13 TUE FINEST EARTH ll Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Z T RICE CO And the Only Direct Line Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Confectiooery j - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BAKERY AND DINING HOOM SI 0000 in Gold NEW BUGGIES NEW PHETCNS GIVEN AWAY Subscribe for the CLIMAX J W MACKEY -- AT THE T- - -- WITH A -- Barber Shop and First Class Barbers Perfect eatiwfiiciiou given to every special attention given to ladies end rtoMren Alo to my country ir n4a I ve moved my shop over to Hie Hotel and I hope all will come to aee me ran very respectfully at- JOEL W MACKEY ne 1 Washington April 14 President NEW CARRIAGES Harrison on Saturday presented a gold medal to Joseph Francis a nonogena NEW SURRIES rinn inventor in recognition of his ser- Â¬ vices in the construction and perfection oi life saving appliances It contains NEW SULKIES Ferdinand Ward Convict Sing Sing N Y April 12 Convict over three pounds of pure gold and cost Ferdinand Ward who is deeply affected 3000 The medal was awarded by au-Â¬ over the death of his wife will not lie thority of Congress and is a rather tardy My vehicles are Hit new ntni of the though generous testimonial to merits very latest pal lei lis They are for sale granted permission toattend her funeral 1 at were long ago f uisomely recognized most reasonable terms If yon WanTs sister called at tho prison and by foreign countries on the come and see me and he requested her to take a rose and place want a vehicle It in the hand of his dead wife The you wont B home without one Senator Edmunds Slok flower was taken from the conservatory Washington April 14 Senator Ed- Â¬ JOHN DONELSON in the prison grounds munds and family left Washington for V rginia Beach where they will remain An Eartnqaake in Main The Senators An earthquake ar indefinite period Me April 12 Dovkh shock was felt here yesterday morning health is in a precarious condition and a few minutes before 3 oclock A noise be will stay until it is improved mater like that caused by an explosion was ially first heard and then the earth trembled Poverty Oil As and Snldde fcr several seconds Clocks were stop- Â¬ Baiinesvilik O April 14 Daniel lots on FiMi Street I have a few ped and small articles were thrown from Iiu per an old citizen of Malaga Monready for csle These lots are lieaati their places roe County committed suicide by hang gently rollfullv located on high ami lie was 75 years old and in himself A Rush for Canadian Barley ing grouud and are considered by ev Kingston Ont April 12 Grain deal- wis once in good circumstances Old Iv as beina the best located of ers here are buying barley in large Eiie and poverty are given as the causes nlil nice houses quantities and arranging its speedy o self dostruction will do well to examine these Iota I shipment to the United States in antici- Â¬ Railroad Laborers as Bobbers will only place a few on the market at pation of the new American tariff which Wheeling April 12 A gang of rail a plot of ihe ground increases tho duty Five vessels with road laborers killed a clerk und present J have robbed at Dr Poyntza office barley have cleared from here within a a commissary store in Wayne County a1 5- passed a bill to pay members the amount of salary stolen by Sihott the default- Â¬ ing cashier of the Sergeant-at-arm- s office A new service pension bill has been introduced in Congress by Representa lire Boothman of Ohio Tin House Judiciary Committee will favorably report the lorrey bankruptcy hill Tnr proposed Chinese enumeration law is denounced by the New Yoi k iitimber of Commerce as an insult t bioke about 4 oclock Saturday morning Tiis break is said to be three hundred feet wide and ten feet deep Advices wero also received that the Big Bend levee of Bayou des Glaisea eight miles west of Sims Port was badly broken His Services Jkaee raised on tho Budget in Parliament ended at 3 a m Sir Richard Cartwrights amend- Â¬ ment was defeated by a vote of 07 to 60 The Liberals all voted for unrestricted reciprocity Cartwrights amendment practically meant a wide measure of free trade Pitt8bvbgh April Flint Class of the Western Flint Glass Association here yesterday prices were advanced in the various classes of goods Ave cents to meet the recent heavy advance in soda ash Goods Advanced 10 At a meeting Ottawa Ont April 12 It is stated that the negotiations now going on at aealsXiii will Oo Up Washington respecting Behring Sea will close result in the adoption of a season from which the Alaska Company now enjoying a franchise there will be partially exempted Â¬ with a thirteen year old girL Yelvington a little town twelve miles from Owensboro was entirely de- itroyeo oy ere tne otner aiternoon Eight or ten large business places were burned entailing a loss of 845000 with Other small losses little insurance principally small business houses and were valued at 7500 residences burned none of which were insured There is not a business house left stand Â¬ ing in the place The Louisville butchers propose to Sght the gouge of Louisville ice dealers A Maw dn Tsrrltory Faibmont W Vs April 11 The Hamilton well the pioneer in the Marion County field began flowing at the rate of 300 barrels a day last night The well is nearly 20 miles In advanoe of all previous developments end opens up an entire new territory There is great under arrest as the notorious Bender family of Kansas are not the Benders They were sent back to Niles yesterday It waa proved that Mrs Griffith was in the Michigan penal institute at the time of the Kansas outrages Stark Confesses open and in charge of a first class baker Also that our RIOSMONTD DINING ROOM Will be ready for choice meals at all hoars We will have a largo line of COAL CO I have porehased the property of the said Company and will keep 00 bnud II of the be t varieties of Chicaoo April 1L Mamie Stark alias Emma Starr arrested for poisoning Mr Newlands family in Englewood last week has made a full confession She said she put the poison in the corn to see what effect it would produce on others so she could be sure of success In Â¬ an effort to commit suicide FRUITS Confectioneries Main And everything else kept by a Houses Swallowed Up well regulated house in our line Cakbowdale Pa April 11 Two jjafe Come and see us at W E houses in Mayville were swallowed up by a cave in in one of the mines under Luxons former stand 215 West the village and it is feared the cavo ia will do great damage to the place excitement si m Street Z The yard ie easy of access Irifias desiring to haul their own coal will not have to cross the railroad I respectfully roirest a liberal pat Â¬ ronage of the citizens of both county aud city 13- T S BRONSTON LT MAN FABJUSH W B COAL City Lots forSale Â¬ Ottawa April 13 In the Canadian Commons the Mormon question was ventilated The clause relating to po Â¬ lygamy was amended raising the pen- Â¬ alty from two to five years imprison-Â¬ ment Anniversary of Lincolns Death April 111 The Simingfield 111 twenty fifth anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln will be appropriately observed here on Tuesday next an Mormon Question in Canada a 1 a si 1 aFSm m Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug T RICE CO ccxwurasLAjf 17 1889 43 42 KowLiTBiy nud Sale StaUe We have erected a new and enratno dioue Livery and Sale Smble com r of 3rd and Irvine street Richmond Ky aud ssk the public to give on a trial OR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Royal I m Â¬ Tho friends of New Yokk April General Fremont are alarmed about his illness because he himself teems dis 19 General Fremont Seriously DJ Baking Powder MILLINERY MRS LEE MAUPIN W lie thanking the ladies for past favors assures them that she has the UUKoliO moat elegant line of foods iu the city nnnnric HTfCflliD and with the assistance f Mise Sailik Owens as trimmer will coutime to AT--KHASON ABL KA give bargains as heretofore JA E Main Street opp Second Presbyterian rfe FED 40- - T 8 BRONSTON- - week W Va heartened ABSOLUTELY PURE - c - oi iw f Church 41- - 16-1-- PARK ISH k CO KLWIL Print Shoves tkvouW THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON llbLiSlIED IVIKY Wm G WEDNESDAY Editor BY The BUmax Printing White Ciias PKB S Co Powell PRICE KA11 fl50 10 1880 Weiacaday - - - April Durham declines to run for Auditor The Jude Dmm has resolved lo ad journ May 12lh An unusually full report of the l attire and Congress on first pajre Samuel J llandall of Pennsylvania is dead See notice e Dr Daniel P White of Louis ville speaker of the House ot T 50 died on Beprescntatii irdav S Democrats through out the county are in favor ot Judge Thomu l Scott for Dele lo the Constitutional Con NUMfOM ion On Saturday the Senate passed mon Pleas Court in the counties of Powell Lee Breathitt Wolle and Knox Judge Lillys district Now the House bill establishing a Com- - enlarged to 04 columns the Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat will have to pick its flint and try again or haul down its boast of being aper in Kentucky the Â¬ that the Versailles Sun has today marked the 25th anniversary of the assassination of His death fol lent Lincoln than a week the surWere he render at Appomattox living now he would be in his year born February 12th itarday was the 29th anniversary of the bombardment of he wa6 opposed by a Republican a Prohibitionist and a Union Labor candidate but received as many votes as all his opponents He had served his country as Prosecuting Attorney and Elector on the Tilden and Hendricks ticket He has made a valuable Congressman and is a member of the Committee on Public Lands and on Reform in the Civil Service On the 4th inst several private pension Lills were before the House and Mr Stone made a speech against them that jostled the entire Republican machine from the highest to the lowest especially including the President Mr Wanamaker and the Grand Army of the Republic The Dem ocrats roundly applauded Mr and the Republicans lelt the stillett thrusts of his argument He said that no people on earth had been so burdened under the name of patriotism and the guise of pension laws as the people of the United States He denounced the unceasing demands of the G A R He favored a libera pension system but oppos ed extravagance of the public money He thought the real sol dier disabled in the cause of his country should be pensioned but to aid indiscriminately the thou sands of frauds and undeserving fellows remotely or not at all con nected with the army who are continually knocking at the doors of the Treasury an insult to the true soldier as well as robbery of the people He believed the information entirely too meagre upon which many pensions were granted Mr Stone clearly sees the financial destruction of the county in the careless loose unauthorized and reckless pension giving organized and conducted by the Harrison administration Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS Iu Clark county 200 pound hogs sold CARDIFF will therefore be here on next Tuesday Gnat at 3 cents 20 1150 lb feeding cattle at 410 In Boyle a pair of 2 year old mules sold for 260 fifty bogs 225 lbs SJ 160 1350 thirteen barren heifers hogs at 3J to 3j Louisiana is to have a State fair association witli Gen William J liehan s president The a leading citizen cnpital stock 50000 has been subscri tied grounds at Raton Rouge have been purchsed and efficient agents are pushing ahead their work lo be iu readiness for a grand State far in October next Each parish will be given handsome building lots on the a sKiation grounds free of charge on which to build houses for parish exhibits and headquarters The Couriei Jouriial has published reports on the growiiur wheat crop from one hundred and fifty of its cor respondents in Kentucky Tennessee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Land Sale April 22b mi Fallowing Days ExcnrsioiTrtuM fren New Kifland Â¬ The Cardiff properties are not expe rimental The coai and irou have been profitably mined more than twenty years The location is In the midst of already developed properties The com pany owns 50000 acres of coal and iron minis and timber lauds situated in the Tennessee counties of Roane Cum berland aud Morgan Its city of Cardiff contains over 3000 acres There U scarcely any industry which cannot find a favorable chance at Cardiff for successful establishment and profit The development is in charge ot nieti of approved judgment and experience Excursions to Cardiff for the sale will be arranged from principal cities of lite North aud West Â¬ THE TOWN OF CIUDIFF Southern Indiana Mid North Alabama The outlook in Kentucky and Alabama is for a nearly average ernp while across the Ohio antl in Tennes see the prospects are not so good This is especially the case iu the border counties of Indiana where cold and wet weather bus played havoc with the grain Col J E Delpli reports land sales in thl county duller than ever known before ami prices as having declined from 10 to 25 percent within the past twelve months The few sale being made are to horse breeders nnd even that class of buvers are scarcer than usual Colonel Delpli thinks that an upward movement in farming lands is not likely to lake place this spring as he has anticipated He is probably the test autoritv on Bluegrass lands in the State Trades Journal The Department of Agriculture has just issued its annual report on the number of farm animals in the United Sates on January 1 The sheep in the country have increased in number probably because of the comparatively high prices ruling for wool in 183 The total increase in sheep is n little short of 2 000000 the Increase in value 10000000 The clip for 18R9 was 262 000000 pounds the clip of 1890 there Â¬ fore may be set down roughy at 272 000000 pounds an increase of about 4 per cent The Farmers Alliance of Kansas in convention at Topeka passed tbe fol Â¬ lowing resolution Notwithstanding tbe fact that John J Iugalls has represented Kansas for IS years in the United Stales Senate it is a difficult matter for his constituents to point to a single measure he has ever champion ed in the interest of the great agricultural and tailoring element of Kansas and we will not support by our vote or influence any candidate for the Legislature who favors his re election to the United States Senate The Department of Agriculture has just issued its annual report on the number of farm animals in the United States on January 1 The sheep in the country have increased in numbers probably because of the eompartively high prices ruling for wool in 1889 The total increase iu sheep is a little short of 2000000 tbe increase In value 10000000 The clip for 1889 was 2620C00CJ pounds the clip of 1890 therefore may be set down roughly at 272 000000 pounds no increase of about The new Central Bank of Lexington a charter for which lia just been granted by the Legislature has select- Â¬ ed Hon M J Durham as its Cashier Judge Durham has accepted the position and will in a short time move to Lexington AUAIXST THE STEAL Sampler Tilt TBADES JOURNAL Ike I nnection with his father B Kim the great cattle man The Trades Journal is in lare pamphlet form and is modeled oaneerknl alter the famous Baltil Hannfnetnren llecord It with the progress of the Anything in booms or country y material growth you desire to know apply to the Trades - Mr Messrs Carlisle Breckinridge and McCreary leading Keutuckiaus in Congress voted against the proposed no of Lexingtons features is peusion steal lat Monday These gen Trades Journal published by tlemen have principle and back bone Col John O enough to fight it out on that liue if it Jroom is a well known news takes all summer Danville Advocate r man of long standing and Harry Jroom is widely known DECAYING NEW ENGLAND Journal AXMYEKSAR t t t v o tl T tl M The month of April is peculiar ly interesting in war anniversaries of the surrender of Appo mattox last Wednesday we no at length Yesterday was the 25th recurrence of the date on which President Lincoln was as nated Saturday wae the 21th of the bombardment of Fort Siinijter by the Confederates also of the atr Beauregard tack by Forrest on Fort Pillow in which T74 out of 600 colored troops were killed with a loss of Monday was the 25th of the retaking of Fort Samp Â¬ ler by the Federals To day i the 27th of the ironclads running the blockade at Vicksburg notes the 2Jth anniversary of he secession of Virginia Friday notes the 2Mb of the beginning of the effort that resulted in the tak ing of New Orleans Saturday will be the 29th of the abandonment of Harpers Ferry by the Federals also the attack by the mob in Baltimore on the Union Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The North Star of Danville Vermont founded iu 1606 baa subtended publication Several months ago both the town and the paper suffered astun uiiig blow from tire and business was prostrated Danville oneof the towns in the northern part of the State has lulled behind ia recent years in popu lation aud business it is chiefly a farming community and many of its farms have been abandoned The u Springfield Republican regards as Hguiricaiit and inquires Shall we go from abandoned farms to Â¬ Â¬ With these preliminary considerations thePresideutand Directors of the Cardiff Coal and Ito Company have organized a corporation uuder the laws of the State of Tei ties ee aud se lected a lowu site ud joining some of the richest mineral deposits in the great Alleghany belt two hundred miles nearer than Birmingham to Northern and Western markets with the advant Â¬ age of the good will aul hearty of the resident mid neighboring population combined with tbe experience of successful managers of similar enterprises in the South as tbe guar antee for its steady development into a flourishing centre of industry They have been influenced in the choice both by local merits and also by reference to all other enterprises of development that are in progress else where in the Alleghany belt The spot they accordingly have selected is iu he valley of the Ttuuessee river as near as may be in the geograph ical center of the belt and iu the midst of already developed properties at the foot of Waldeus Ridge the great coal reservoir of East Tennessee and at a point about seventy five miles north of the prosperous and populous City of Chattanooga ami about one hundred and twenty five miles southwest of the growing district of Cumberland Gap The Great Kentucky Bluegrass region lies directly to the north ou the main route to Cincinnati The mildness of the climate enabling work iu open air all the year round is iudicated by the averages of tbe weather bureau at Chat tanooga which report 597 degrees Fahrenheit as the menu annual temperature at that place The proceeds of sales will be applied to the Improvements of the property by the erection of iron furnaces coke ovens hotel waterworks motor line electric lights manufacturing plants and public building A plan will be ottered which will et able purchasers to secure lots at reasoimble and not speculative prices the iutention being to give patrous of the sale to make a profit as well as the company Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ die 2j Services at the Episcopal church at night The public cordially in- Â¬ vited to atend Kentucky has no abler man in the pulpit than tbe Rt Rev Thomas U Dudley lUshop Potter contributed to Harpers Young People to be published April 8th a paper on David and Jonathan This is the first in a Bible story series of articles by prominent divines of different de- Â¬ nominations The articles are to be accompanied with illustrations specially drawn for Harpers Youn People by well known French artists Mr Henry M Flagler one of the Standard Oil Company millionaires has offered to giye a lot for which he sas he would not take 25000 and in addition the sum of 25000 in money for the erection of a Baptist church chapel and parsonage in St Augtine Fla upon condition that the further sum of 75000 is added thereto this pledjje to remain good for 12 Rev Dr Dickinson a leading months Baptist minister of Richmond Va says it is believed that a good part of the 75 000 will be givrn by a few friends who are much interested in the undertaking Dr Tudor the pastor of Granby Street Methodist church Norforlk Va has declared war on the Cumberland Street chnrch of the same denomination Up to two months ago Granby Street church had the call while Cumberland Street church was empty To improve the at- Â¬ tendance at the latter Dr G W Starr an eloquent minister and Professor Newton Fitz a leading musician and choir master were engaged The result was pleasing Granby Street church lost heavily in attendance while Cumberland Street church was filled in every part Then Dr Tudor determined to get his people back He engaged a choir master and directed him to to get all the music he wanted The latter followed instructions He has engaged a band made of 15 pieces and for the first time in the history of the Methodist church there was brass band music at services Sunday The fight is causing a sensation in religious circles Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ The Danville and Lexington Turnpike Company have paid 250 damagts tu Mr Doc Erloo and wife on account of injuries sustained by their horse backiug the vehicle containing them over a cliff ou an unprottcted part of the road near Cnmp Nelson iu Gar rard county Hows Tics Hon Joshua Hit of Georgia is critWe idler Oie Huiidrd Dollars Re Â¬ ically ill He was a member of the ward for any case of Carrh tbat can United States Congess in 1S61 havinu not lie cured by taking UaUa Catarrh lieen elected as a whin and when the Cure Jeontia delegation resigned ndeiit F J CH EXKY CO Props go w Â¬ Â¬ Sara Ctcil who has beeu trav eUug in Europe lor the past two years remind to Auu ric two weeks ago After remaining iu New York Cily for dtys she came ou to ibis city sever ber old home and is now with the family of her brother Mr W B Cecii Danville Advocate Mis- - RICHMOND FRIDAY 53003 uailf txpensB u r new reaiuret uuuuuuu ibimicu ONLY BIG SHOW TOJBE HERE THIS YEArT rf 11 an nnn nnn tt tnn iuuuuu win i Horse 4 MONSTER never j We tbe undersigned have known States Senate F J Cheney for the last 15 years and In tiie earlv part of May Miss Sallie believe him perfectly honorable in till Hackley of Paint Lick will be mar haiian n inactions and financially ried to Mr Jerry Samliilne a prosper able to carry out any obligations made ous farmer of this county Both of the by heir firm contracting parties have many friends Wc l Jk Trass Wholesale Druggists iu this aud Lincoln count e who conToledo Ohi gratulate them upon their approaching Marvin Whole Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ home he refused lo 1868 he was elected ith o hem 1 11 the United Toledo O 20 Trained Ponies mmEs3o HORsrarVGiant yvss and JOHN ROBINSONS V imW TMlNSSJjjPECiAi VOL j BI86ER THAN EVER MONSTER HERD S5t TM0ILLIHU ISO EVERYTHING NE AL 1V r OF ELEPHANTS TRAINED DCRKEIS a w- The annual meeting of the Church Extension Board of the M E Church South took place in Louisville last week The following is the abstract of the work of the Board for the fiscal year ending March Â¬ 31 1S00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Receipts On General Account From assessments 29073 09 from special do- Â¬ J 70112 nations from sale of tracts plans etc 19067 making the total receipts by the General Board on the general account just 31965 7S To this must be added the amount retained from assess ments by Conference Boards which makes the total payments by the church on the general account just 6103977 On Loan Fund Account For Kava naugh loan fund 25250 for Morrison loin fund 48750 for Marvin loan fund 795 for Pain loan fund 00025 for Harris loan fund for Andrew 512 75 loan fund 148875 for Green McFerrin loan fund 36950 for Parker loan fund 60825 for A B Bowman loan fund 302 making the total payments by the church on the loan fund account just 5- nuptials Danville Advocate The Big Stone Gap Herald says The boarding bouse proprietors of this city are reaping a rich harvest They are getting in their time between now aud the coming of the trains for all its worth The price of day board lias ad vanced from 3 per week lo 5 for the cheapest and 14 to highest at this dale The Lord and the Landlords only kuow where It will end Under a Bunch light is the picturesque title of the four page Supple Â¬ ment in Harpers Weekly to be published April 2nd The article is by Minnie Buchanan Goodman and de scribes what is to be seeu before and behind Ihe curtain au hour or so before the production of an opera a tragedy a comedy or a pantonine Arthur J Goodman will furnish the accompanying illustrations The New England Shoe and Leather Association sent lo Representative Chandler a strong petition protesting against the imposition of any duty upon raw hides The petition says such a duty will increase the cost to the consumer of every pair of shoes produced iu this country aud will also greatly embarrass tbe large export trade now amounting to almost 12 000000 annually The National University of Chicago contemplates the earlv establishment of a series of Trade Schools or In stitutes iu which youug men may gain a practical education These institutes will be modeled ou tbe plan of the Horological Institute which already numbers over fifty students engaged in learning the watchmakers trade and baa proved very successful Such a project deserves every encouragement Good skillful mechanics are necessary o tbe worlds progress Â¬ Â¬ Wulding Kinnaii i ITS LIKE NEVER SEEN OlttBTROCPE -a DrugK ly ts Toledo Ohio Â¬ acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of Ihe system Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Drug 41 44 gists aaaaaaVBaBak Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Soone nj ljl OCyooran TfeeJ Sag III - aaaaKaQl 3t aV lf50 JEt 0 9 M Louisville By Tobacco Ware House for Market Tobacco -- Jiuver 4 IMirrelt Louisville Thar Bssaoasa Yoaaaasi the week Sulos on our market ju t closed amount to 2 778hhds with receipts lor the same ienoi ot 1000 bbil- iales ou our market since January 1st amount to 42239 hhils Sales on our market up to this date of the crop of 1S9 amount o 2 4 hhds Our mi rket this week has been very firm aud aciiveou Ihe belter grades of biirlMV ohacco Imtii old and new but he common grades have been some Â¬ what i regular with a tendency to weakening The otfereings embraced quite a number of hogsheads iu soft condition some of them haviug al TeJto Aad five fjat rl Ma saw TUeySaj Her let ToaW raetrp To r L1V JaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaEaaaaaa ffai2Eff asT CIRCXJS RINGS SIDE 3V 311322 Hosts of Perfect 4 snd O Horse Equestrian Acts Aaoensionnf Myriads of Athletic Act Trapezs- W re walk Suspension Feats Aerial and Muscula- Comic and Funny Features Triple Mid air Sensations Balsncing Bicycle Riders wwiuaija Aioiat uuk ueujCmnii Aaaneire acib Olobe jralkine lsok Hope Graceful Bareback Biding Unequaled Leaping Wire Spna Actn Brother Acta Club swiERT II c Tumbling and Clown Acts Contortion D splays jort C 3 sals this week have shown more b iriey tobacco out of condition than hs piered previouly It is probable resdy lunked thnt the BIG CIHCUS OOBIIAICIES A ThrfflaW since the first of the year There has been su extensive owing of plant tieds iu he past ten days aud while it is much later than usual yet witli favorable weather conditions is sufficiently Tbere doubt bi All throng11 early The following quotations fairly rep resent our market for Burley tobacco crop of 1889 1 rash Dark cr damaged 1 V to 3 tO Colory Trash f350 to750 Coiuuiou Lugs not colory 5 50 fore Jt Â¬ 1RING aaaaaaaaaaaaaw FORIADT 1 ACTS HIT 1 1 Dlllf lull U FM FMEIG ACTS OBIT A 1 DTUf lUilJ FOR CHILDREN ACTS QUIT 1 1 pur lililU FuR MALE a tobacco l 00 to 2830 Colory Lugs 7 00 to 1000 00 Common Ieaf 7U to Medium to good leaf 950 to 1300 Good tu fine fillers 1300 to 1800 Select or wrappery tobacco 18 00 to rOULjBLN SIrOXD FLCSMali MINIATURE SHETLAND PONIES fJJ fSrlvon by CHIldran JocUeya and Charintoera A Js 3 MONSTER Af ISXLC1 1KI Hippopotamus Bhinoceros Black Tisers White N ile ILIPUTIAN REPRESENTATION Of THE and the wild I mm 2 and 4 IIORSE CH ABIOT BACE3 BTANDIKG BACE3 FLAT RACES JOCK3Y BACKS WHEELBARROW BACES STEEPLE CHASE BACES BACK RACES PEDESTRIAN BACES CLIMBING OREA8ED POLB WRESTLING and BOXIKG BOUTS SULKY BACES ELEPHANT AND AMLL RACES OSTRICH AND BUFFALO RACES MULE AND DONKEY RACES C othic that to feet in All taninjr I MAN AGAINST RACE EOKSE OBSTACLE RACES RUNNING BACES CATCHING GBFASED TIO THROWING HEAVY WEIGHTS waath 3 travel MATRIMONIAL- An invitation received on Friday reads Mr and Mrs J R Hardwick request your presence at the marriage of their daughter Ilattie Belle to Mr Launey Clay Wednesday morning April 16th 1S90 at 730 oclock home Stanton Ky The most brilliant and leading social event of this season was the marriage on last Tuesday evening of Miss Aliie Los tutter daughter of Capt Lottutter of this city to Mr Talton Embry a prosperous commission stock dealer of Cincinnati The fair bride is a charming and beautiful very popular and noted for her girl sweet lovely disposition it being said of her that she never was known to speak ill of any oneand though her charms are many there is nothing more charming than a perfect disposition and happy must he be who has won her The ceremony was performed at 430 p m rt the beautifully appointed home ot of the brides parents in this citv Rey D B Ramsey of the Epispcopal Church officiating with the impressive Epispcopal service The bride was attired in an exquisitely beautiful street suit of tan colored Henrietta cloth with a Spanish jacket and panel of dark green velvet with a heavy tan colored passementre upon them and sash and draping of heavy silk the same color of the suit The bride was attended by Miss Grace Morris of Evansville Ind who wore a pretty costume of dove colored Henrietta cloth trimmed with black velvet and passementre Mr L M Green Mr Embrys business partner was the grooms best man The groom in conventional suit of black with his fair and stately bride made an unusually handsome couple Nearly two hundred guests witnessed the ceremony and were a gay and fashionable company of the elite of this city and friends from abroad Mrs Lostutter the brides mother a charming hostess received in an elegant costume of black lace and jet Following the ceremony aud congratulations a delicious supper was served by a Cincinnati caterer Among the guests from abroad were Mr and Mrs Talton Embry Mr Henry Embry Mr Wallace Embry Miss Tatem and Mr Rice of Louisville Ky Mr John Embry and wife of Wilmore Ky Mr J Stone Walker of Richmond Ky and from various parts of Indiana Ohio and Kentucky a large number ot relatives and friends The present were unusually elegant and costly indeed it was said that there was never a finer display seen in our city At half past six Mr and Mrs Embry left for their bridal tour during which they expect to visit Cleveland Buffalo New York and from there go by steamer to Boston thence to Louisville and then to Cincinnati where they will make their home at the Gibson House Mrs Embrys traveling suit was a green plaid cloth suit trimmed with trmurc i ilk with hat to match As the happy pair left the house their many friends showered them with rice for good luck and the bride in return tossed a boquet the young lady catching it being supposed to be the next bride but we forbear telling who it is Wait and see The best wishes of the Independent go with the happy pair May they have just enough clouds to make a beautiful sunset Aurora Indiana Independent as hereunder given Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PUEBLO BILLS jyJHLXCtHl WILD WEST Tribes of Indians Cowboys Scout Mi new Noted Shots Mexicans Bucking Bronchos Stage Coach Herd of Mexican and Indian Ponies la Native Prst -- 1500 Black Ostriches Drore of Giraffes Bengal Tigers White Bears Elands Zebras Llamas School cf Sea Lions Leopards Lions Ant Bears Emues and taat s tadgi b RARE AND COSTLY ANIMALSh had c keep self N of soke thai up th u At thesue-H-nsio- deserted villages SIGNIFICANT The removal of the Rollstoue Ma Â¬ chine Company from Fitchburg to An nistou Ala which will lie carried into ettect iu a few week will emphasize the change which ia coming over man Â¬ ufacturing iu general and the New England iron working industry iu par- Â¬ ticular The company finds it cheaper to go to the raw material thau to have the raw material brought to it This announcement is supplemented by an other which states that the Pboeuix Manufacturing Company of Boston on Saturday last bought four acres of laud iu Kuoxville Term and the works of the Pboeuix will be transferred from Boston to that city All experienced men will be brought from New Kng laud This is one of the leading manufacturers of wooden ware iu the country Baltimore Sun Â¬ av THE CARDIFF GIANT troi ENDED IX SMOkE AS 01 A lii USUAL ti ti ll IU lii tri old sees of the Kentucky Penitentiary would have been hung for murder and the remainder of them incarcerated in their own cells as aeries The daily journals flowed with murky waters from the loun tain of Legislative investigation ol the treatment of the States convicts Blood and thunder sto vere told about cold hunger the lash and other cruelties Every renegade outside the walls was brought before the committee and the most horrible stories he could invent were given as much consideration as if he could tell the truth when he tried The investigation continued through weeks and the cts grew insubordinate even to rebellion There was a great falling off in their work and the utmost demoralization ensued resulting in serious loss to the leg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A few weeks ago an inexperienced observer would have thought that before this the principal les see- - Im Jxirt ft The quality of its coal measures and iron ores is not experimental but has been proved by their profitable working in tiie practical manufacture of irou for more thau tweuty years of practical furnace tests aud producing the very highest quality of metal iu the pig litlV W J STONE s ABLE SPEECH BE There is no excitement at Cardiff in the FORK COMBOS way of big prices but there will be hundreds of magnificent bargains there Twenty years ago there lived on the several days of the sale aa near Richmond a young man fa The following officers were elected as Tobe Stone iuown His father owned the farm upon for the Clara County Fair Association which Mr B F Deatherage now A R Spahr President S B Kwait Tobe went West and the first Vice President Jesse Spencer second Vice President H M Joues shad ivion were fast gath Secretary F M Jackson Treasurer ering between him and his old are H P Thompsou F home and friends when the jov- - The Directors M H Clay Abe Reuiek P Pendleton llon Wi- W T Tucker it S Scobre B J lms elected a mem Prewitt L A Woodfoid S A Conn ougreas from the W DJudy Honorary Directors are lissouri embrao--perou- s J T MoMillau Paris TV H Gentry counties He Lexington WBL Wilson Cyulbiaua ne 50th and Jobn Cheuauli Richmond Jobu T i In his last canvass Woodford Mt Sterling Â¬ What was the final result The Legislature gave the lessees a enroaaa and three cheers ai usual - it not about time after ten years experience with Mason Hoge fc Co that the Legislature cease making a biennial fool of itself by these worthless investigations that squander the time aad money of both the Slate and the lessees and ad to the discomfort of the con by causing them to become insubordinate and subject to pun ishmen I- The young giant Cardiff Tenu will the attraction in a few days now From all over the uortb special trains will be running iu there by the 20th carrying thousands of anxious speculators and pleasure seekers to attend the great sale of city lots lo begin there on the 22d of April The fame of their immense coal mines eighty feet in thickness with red and brown ores and limestone within pistol shot in the greatest abundance and of the finest quality has gone abroad since the Coal and Irou Company have consented lo let the world know what they have and divide a portion of this abundant wealth with the people The company have a paid up capital of 5000000 and the biggest nerve to be found iu the South This means a great city aud that without delay Mr Boss C Adams the agent is here now posting his frieuds iu the condition of affairs there and advising them lo get a part of the bargains to be secured titer the first day of the sale The evidences of further greatness are so potent to the first sight now that the best bargains will be secured the first day of the sale The company owns by absolute aud iude feasible title more than fifty thousand acres of the most valuable coal and iron lauds in the great Alleghany mineral belt of the South together with the town lands of Cardiff three thousand ores in Roane county Tennessee situated ou the Cincinnati Southern railroad Queen aud Crescent route to New Orleans and ou the Tennessee river seveuty five ruiiea north of tbe city of tie Â¬ Â¬ Thaltauooga On Parsonage General Account GenThe Red Fossil or Clinton Iron Ore eral Board dues 1610 90 General Board is the foundation of the iron industry special 117987 which with the amount at Cardiff This deposit has been tested of 161090 retained by the Conference by more than twenty years of success- Â¬ boards makes the total payments by the ful mining The mines give us an ex- Â¬ church on Parsonage General Account cellent opportunity of estimating tbe 4401 7S quantity of ore Tie size of tbe veins On Parsonage Loan Fund Account is very regular averaging iu Cardiff For Preachers Wives loan fundiCf 4 per cent Trades Journal Adding the receipts on General AcIu central Europe the fields have from four to four at d a half feet and on the Rileys Creek property 8 miles count Loan Fund Account Parsonage lieeti freer than usual from snow fully six feet There is enough General Account and Parsonage Loan which however has now fallen ex distant tensively on both sides of the Alpine iron ore within ten miles of the town to Fund Account makes a total of 7112205 and Carpathian ranges The Decem supply ten 100 ton furnaces a hundred representing payments made by the years church on all accounts But to these ber plougbiug and sowing of wheat The quality of the ore will be more must be added the amount of pledges were larger than usual in Germany fully discussed in connection with the which is 6000 giving a grand total of re- and Bohemia aud were up to an average in Austria aud Hungary The analyses Though samples containing ceipts 77122 05 fifty six to fifty eight per cent of me The total cost paid by the ceurch last weather of January was dry from talic Zauzig to Trieste that of February seems iron could easily be choeen it year on all accounts was 7112205 and more fair and more satisfactory the total paid the year before was 67915 lieing marked by a moderate but not to rely on less high y colored but more -- S showing an increase of excessive rain and snow fall Tbe 320627 soiid facts rapeseed at the end of Februiry was All the Boards during the past year Mines uow owned by the Cardiff of very good promise but since March helped 364 churches paying them i Coal Iron Co are to day furnishing 549 32 and all the Boards the year before came iu the frosts have amounted to ore to furnaces at Rock wood Dayton helped 15 deg ou the plains and the seed 344 churches paying them 63664 Chattanooga aud Suuth Pittsburg The lings have lost color The agricultural 03 an increased help of 2088529 and ot he ore needj no more cou twenty more churches helped outlook in Hungary has been darkened quality In 1889 90 all the Boards helped forty some by frosts as iu the open country viuciug recommendation LOCATION parsonages paying them 518301 The there has not existed enough snow to The unusual proximity of the factors year before they helped thirty eight paradequately protect the sowing of 1S89 The days are so sunny that there is of irou production ore fuel and flux sonages paying them 525474 a dethawing uuder the solar heat for four is a marked natural feature of the South crease of 7173 in payments and an inor five hours but as night falls be especially in Tennessee aud Alabama crease of two parsonages helped Successful furnaces at Rockwood temperature goes down from perhaps This year the Methodist instead of 40 deg to 20 deg or even lower The Dayton South Pitisburg Chattanooga having an entertainment given by the Iteffects are naturally disastrous Mark and Birmingham have demonstrated inerants Club will celebrate the tooth he practical advantage of such a situ- Â¬ year of their ministrations in this State by Lane Express It is a circumstance worth noting ation while tbe recent flow of capital giving a grand celebration at the CentenFort Payne aud ary church on Broadway Lexington The that cotton still sells at a pretty good to Middelsborougl price so that he farmers of the cotton elsewhere in the great Alleghany min- Â¬ entertainment is to celebrate the one hunStates are upon the whole fariug bet- eral belt shows tbe continued confi- dred years of ministration in this State ter in tbe present crisis than those of dence of business men In general the The fist conference was held neamhis city New England or the West where corn locatiou of Cardiff is the same In de- Â¬ All the ministers of the confereence aud wheat are the main crops They tail we invite oorapariron have been invited to attend the meeting are besides enjoying iu some sections and a majority will be present The A lemou grown by Mrs John Shelby an enhancement of tiieir property members of the Centenary church will values by reason of an industrial boom of this county was brought to our office throw open their homes and entertain the a few days ago and it discounts any Â¬ For tbe most part this prosperity such The first days session will bestrangers as It is is founded on hard labor alone thing which we have seen iu the lem gin the ith of May and last five days with a plain way of living The hard ou line for many a day It measures Bishop 5 S Merrill has been invited to 11 inches in circumference and is a days of the war and of the reconstruchandsome piece of fruit Danville preside over the meeting The music will tion period prepared them well for the be under the supervision of Mrs W R present tug with hard times and the Advocate Milward and Miss Martha Van Cleve results are now showing themselves I rider their charge the musical program RELIGIOUS There is not so much luxury fine livis bound to be of an excellent character ing and display as in the old time but The following is a list of topics and speak The Southern baptist convention will ers so far arranged there is substantial comfort aud abund Even in those reconstructed meet at Fort Worth in May ance A Centuary of Methodism in Kentucky States where cotton is not mucli grown J The new Methodist church at Harrods Daniel Stevenson D I Barboursville a plain mode of life aud hard work burg was dedicated last Sunday Kentucky have placed the farmers as a rule iu a A Centuary of Methodism in the South The Christian church at Danville position of independence There are closed a protracted meeting with 24 ad J D Walsh D D Louisville Ky mortgages here aud there but they are ditions The Work of the Methodist Episcopal not as frequent as iu tbe Northwest Rev W B Anin known to the Bap- Â¬ Church in the South J CHartzell D Baltimore Sun tist denominations in this county died at 1 Secretaay South Elkhorn Educational Society There is evidently no danger of a Campbellsville recently Personal Reminicences of Kentucky coal famine supplies of the The The Monthly Church Conference will Methodism J G Bruce D D Danville United States are of almost unlimited be held at the Methodist church this Kentucky duration while China alone has 400 Wednesday evening at 7 oclock All Bascom Kent ticks Pulpit Triumvirate 000 squaie miles of coal lauds Switz the members ot the church expected to be Dublin and Kavanaugh H A M Hen erland Germany Bohemia t tie low present deron D D Cincinnati formerly Super- Â¬ countries and Denmark 59000 square Abram S Isaacs editor of the Jewish intendent of Public Instruction in Kenmiles Russia 22000 the island of Messenger will contribute a rabbinical tucky Formosa 10000 some of the veins story entitled The Inheritance lo the Present Needs of Kentucky MethodUm being 90 feet deep the rest of Europe number of Harpeis Young People to be Rev Thomas Hanford Maysvilli Ky and Asia 39000 square mile India published April 15th What Kentucky Methodism Owe to it 35000 and Japan 6000 square miles Layman Dr B P Tevis Shelbyville The Third Ciarterly meeting for RichTwo hundred thousand square miles mond and Providence will be held in Kentucky besides are in sight in Mexieo Van- Â¬ The New Departure of Methodism in Richmond next Saturday and Sunday couver Tasmania New Caledonia Deaconess Homes and Hospitals Rev Rev Jos Rand P E will preach on Sat aud South America Tbe worlds out- Â¬ urda3 and hold the Quarterly Conference H C Weakly Superintendent Christ put of coal iu 1888 the last syeui at the close of Ihe service Every body M E Hospital Cincinnati from complete returns invited to be present which The Work of Mtthodismi in Church are in Was 455 528687 tons The Extension W A Spencer I D Phila- Â¬ Rev Charles R Jones pastor of the difference coal tonnage in hard delphia Pa between a cold and a warm winter Southern Presbyterian church of FrankMethodism Ggreat Publishing Intersays Mr Seward is about 2850754 fort died Saturday morning of typhoid fe- ests Ear Cranston Cincinnati tons Iu an ordinarily cold winter ver He was a native of Alabama the son What Methodism is Doing in Sunday New York uses nearly 6000000 tons of of a Presbyterian divine who held the school Work Wilbur L Davidson D pastorate of a church near Sclma for over coal of which a little more thau 2000 D Secretary S S Union 000 are bitumioue and 3500000 are thirty years The deceased was in his Methodism aud her Young Peope W A Robinson D D Covington Ky anthracite The anthracite all comes twenty eighth year Presbytery lav week released tbe Rev iu cargoes from the leading ports oh the A Glance at the Worlds Methodism Jersey shore such as the Am boys I S McElroy rdm the pastoral care of Isaac Crook D D Louisville Ky Hobokeu Klixabetlipoi t and port John the Southern Presbyterian church of In addition to these features there is a iy that le might prosecute the probability of securing General Clinton son ami from vVeehawkan and Round out The soft coal comes from Port work to which he was called by tbe B FUk of New Ycuk Charles H Payne Liberty Norfolk Newport News aud Synod of raisins the endowment for the D D Secretary Educational Socity of Theological Seminary in Central Uni- - M E Church A B Leonard Baltimore iu schoouers and team D D v York iiers The cu- Mt Sterling Gazette one of the missionary secretaries and D grocer or peddler basket tra Bishop Dudley will come a day earlier H More editor Western Christian Advowho buys at 5 a ton retails to poorer than the one announced last week and cate wretches at 12 a ton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IKON OBK S6 SO bivjoyq Both the method and results OJVjB when 31 Chariots 60 Caes and Dns 12 Kinds of Music 8 Separate Bands Fife and Drum Corps Childrens Tally ho Troupe Jubilee Singers 2 Steam Organs Chime Eel Scotch Birpipers 2 Steam Cslliopec 300 Horses 100 Ponies 60 Children lOO Knights in Armor Herds of Elep Camels Elk Giraffes and SulLJoes QOOOO JFREE PARAD DOORS OPEN f AT IO OCLOCK EACH MORNINCTIEr had gra shot Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the teste and acU gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually digpeJa colds head aches and fevers rnd cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the biste aud acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its mauy excellent qualities comracud it to all and hive made it the moft popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 5Cc and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one v ho wishes to try it Do net accept aay sub titute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CQ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2 PERFORMANCES DAILY ATI AND 7 LOW EliCUBSION KATES ON ALL FvAILROAD nig tati tun T Great its Boom Announcement AT ten HI iet at th wt wl WALLACE B0GGS -- d DEALERS IN k h BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS e SAM fRAHCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY k YORK KT PALO ALTO FURNISHING GOODS -- HORSE By Whips 2271 by Electioneer aire of Hunol 210 at 3 years old let dam dam of Peruvian Bitters 223J by Thorndale 222 by Alexanders Ab- Â¬ dullah dam Dolly dam of Onward CALIFORNIA FOR THE- - SPHIUG AND STJMMEE SEASOF It ia witli extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our Spring and Summer Stock Weentered tbe market lo signalize Hi coming seaton by a stock which in ita magnitude should mark an evmt in the U tory of all openings We have succeeded beyond our expectation The goods are now coming in and are behig placed on the shelves We can now show you the largest selectiou of 225 Director 217J Abdullah 21 tlnm Rosalind 3d darn Burcb 2 21 22iJ by Alexander mare dam of Roeilind Wilt make the season of 1890 at my Hlble on the Fair Grounds at 25 to Insure a mare iu foal unless mare is aomier parted with at which lime money will be due ILaJLIDIIES SZE2 MENS AND BOYS SHOES WARLOCK is a heautirul mahog Â¬ any bay two white feet nnd small star and snip lo hands 3 inches high well formed excellent deposition aud pure gaited anil can show quarters iu 37 In all styles prioes aud grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We would call special attention and recommend them to the trade Our line of LADIES 3 SHOES in all styles made especially for us by FlGLEK Bros Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of tbe secmidV people for a 2 and i M LADIES SHOE we have added to this line which Mares kept and tried regularly on grass at 10 cents a day gcaiu fed if deÂ¬ for style aud durability has no equal We have the largest stock of sired kt reasonable rates Will lake every care to prevent accidents or es capes but will not be repousible abould any vur will hrenk and handle horses Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to 7 This iathe best line you can get anywhere Give us a call before buying elsewhere and be convinced for Herd We would also make special mention of oar MENS1 S3 SHOES CHILDRENS H C TRAYNOR AND INFANTS 8HOES in great abundance and your intereets will be guarded in buying them from us Our stock of Â¬ 9 v Fa H HUMPHREYS 3ss AJJD POTJLTHY VETERINARY SPECIFICS Cattle Sheep Sags Hogs PiEQ Miss Maggie McCann died in Paris Ky on Friday April ti I890 She wa a sister of E E McCann of this place 500 Face Rook nnTrratmeac of Aalnaus and Chart Seut Free cvbes reverCoag eattoBlDflasiBacita AAOplnal Mrnlngltl Milk Fever BB retrains Launta Raeaatl Dimbavrses Bout ar Grabs JD lIUitBKr NasalWorai EK Kasha Heaves Pneaataalsu FF Calle ar Gripe Bellyache Hemerrhases II II Lrlaary aai Kidaey Diseases IIErnpiiTf Diaestses Manse JK Diseases ef Oifeetlea Faralysla -e LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS jou If Are the prettiest ever saw and be satisfied this is the place you are uot ready to buy call and examine An immense stock of Work Shoes Brograns and Plow Shoas Shoe Department In fact we have made uutiring eflorU in every liue aud we think tbe climax has been capped if our with Tbe funeral took place from the Preby Stable Case rurs- OUSpentae Maanal Veortnary i Msdlcaor teriun Church Saturday - 8700 Oil Jar Veterinary Carein lOO Sold t7 DrnfHriats or Sent Prepaid anrvher Miss Sue M Berry died at her home on and in nay quanuiy on Bscaipt of Fries Humphreys Medicine Co 109 Fulton St B Y the Tates Creek pike Tuesday April 8th in the 54th year of her 1890 at 4 r m ETTMPSREYS age She was a daughter of the late H0XE0FATHIC Major Jas Berry one of the best known SPECIFIC No men in the county She was buried near her home in the family burying ground on iiirr im ia la as SO jratn iishsj Kenraos DafciiitrTVita WeakM Wednesday and Pratcntbia- - fnK oror wark or athav m Rev Rmherford Douglas D D died CI Mr Tiol or S rials aad lanra rial Dwdr itm as cuiDBi us uas a arsons pcasasw aa isc als St at his home in Woodford county c n Tues Â¬ UMUkiaiiMuaaJl day night April 8th 1890 He had been V o in failing health for about two years Dr h srvr Douglas was 60 years old and one of KenUaM Wirh iii an tuckys prominent ministers in the Pres Â¬ wvriA Wanaaaartlmrj byterian Church lie wa for a short a aasai aaSaassaaM Mk mfkj a time Chancellor of Central University of F wlmlii Osi riuojl h lwaiir can mam immediately preceding Chancellor Blan m a aa-laniim wits mt ton He has often visited Richmond since 1 lh MU th founding 01 the College and frequentla bow J jki arl10nnaoborrr iuln Jwt Mad roa lo th x wbatall iw ihoM ly preached here For more than thirty Owadubla naaa R a wlada boot jo- u- lk1 Iwar- naalla n koa lar yaan wlm aaaVlutML l loo va ar ravaat TT par all uukm fnltAt aal iliac yeiirs be wa pastor 0 Pisgah church in aaaaaaaa warn la WSO uraali aad aaaaanla Woodford county SUaaaa fc C Mua Sl uSSSl - Btafte Bottle orer doaesk SO OUR HAT STOCK IS COMPLETE ConHsling of STatTSONs Soft and Soring Styles of KNOX Stiff Hals have recently been receive they are dandies See what stle ooltimns of New York papers say abont Ihem In addition tn the above named gooU w we havnt space to mention only briefly yoo can get La mid red Uoh0idred aud Woolen Shirts Collars Cuff Socks Handkerchiefe Umbrella Neckwear iu profusion Shoe Iolish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention Tu on f ft I 1 fiO oil We now Bit yon Come and See our Attractive Goods ii -- Â¬ sVv3IH sm rt Attractive prices that tell their own tai of Kaaaa bargain bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a square deal for all - - - square dealing house WALLACE Â¬ k- k 1 BOGGS rat tlaa SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE T n Jtfiorse f f T 0 1 A u f 2i SUPPLEMENT jgxA fcyc i l- x If w 3 - M VOLUME THEY SAY III II Â¬ 1I WRITING AS A TRADE RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 16 1890 II I 250 shoe FOR MEN AND WOMEN Save money by calling on will SUPPLEMENT M fejyj NUMBER f WswsA 11 Who are the Tacrue mysterious Thejr Who always bars ao much to saj Of you and me and every ooe And every trrlng thats said or dooe Wherever human souls abound mere They are certain to be found And be as careful as we may Theres p uscaping their They Bay They say Who arc you and what do you want here lam a stranger traveling through the country on business This morning I they really do not know Whats-her-nasa- Tis rumored Mr Is soon to wed Miss e was told I should find a cabin hereabouts where I could get entertainment for the night You had better go away This is no place for an honest man They mav be back soon and your life will be in dan-Â¬ Itiowi whence the rumor cams hisper this and that f your and my aflalrs They chat And keep us busy day by day Refuting siliy things They say ger They say that nearly every one Has something wrought or left undone Thats re nly shocking yet you know most not say who soli you so intimate such awful things lies sucb airy wings If is led astray That hearkens to the words They say 3 Acta orta Thej say Who says It Let them dare Their personality declare Has let tbem longer slyly seek f the words they dare to speak Parentage refuse t hey have put In nse Timers lets away Kor lend an ear to what They say Chicago Herald her secure it with heavy bars She would havo closed the door but I raised my hand to prevent it At that moment she uttered a cry of terror What is it I said Murderer Look at your hands she cried I held them up They were covered with blood which I had got upon them while feeling in the dark to find what it was that lay across the road The blood of the murdered man The next moment she had slammed the door in my face and then I heard A man could hardly find himself In a more forlorn condition than that I was now in No road which a man could follow before him a dead man lying in the forest behind and a band of cut Â¬ throats liable at any moment to put In their appearance at the cabin The sound of running water put me in mind that there was a chance for me to wash the blood from my hands Guided by the sound I passed around the cabin to the spot where doubtless its inmates got their water Here I proceeded to give them a good washing although in the darkness I could not tell whether I had removed all the stains I was about to move away from the spot when I was startled by the sound of voices hardly a dozen yards away Listening I caught the words ut- Â¬ tered as they dretV nearer Let him lie there and rot An above ground grave is good enough for a dog of a spy Doubtless he was speaking of the man over whose body I had stumbled But some one may find it and so get us into trouble said another There is little chance of that No one hardly ever comes this waynow You forget that there is a stranger somewhere near hero now We have got to see that he dont get out of here v A NIGHT OF DANGER Thrilling Adventure of a Traveler in a Southern Forest There was no longer any reasonable doubt but that I was lost All that day I had been tramping through a wild and almost unbroken forest in one of our Southwestern States Since morning I had not seen more than a half dozen human habitations and they were of the poorest and rudest description hardiy fit for the abode of MlUU CT8 BJLH 60 3 a wild animal CES I ti 0 7 IT s J Cf h d c kr it th lefi w Um we it der den I To on S V aoj Mag We Since the middle of the afternoon the forest had boon unbroken on either side so thickly matted with trees and vines that the eye could not penetrate a dozen feet into the gloomy shadows All there was to show that a human being had ever teen that way before was the apology for a road that I was pursuing If there had ever been any travel upon it there was little sign now Bushes alive that such had been the case had grown up where the ruts might have My blood ran cold Of course he could been and in many places the stout vines mean no one except myself so that one had to bad crept around Yes he has too keep a constant lookout to prevent him If he came alongseen road much already the he must have self from being tripped up by them run across the dead man Who knows Now and then in the thickest portion but what he may be in the cabin now of the forest it was almost impossible He would want a shelter for the to keep what in fact was hardly more and the light in the window might night bring than a trail Here it would seem to him here branch either to the right or left but They had reached the doorway now up to nightfall I flattered myself tHat I and one of them demanded admittance bad not gone astray ltut now I had The door opened and they went in grave reason to be worried closing it behind them Now was the At the cabin where I had passed the time for me to make my escape A previous night I had been told that I minute later they might learn of the should come to another by the middle woman that I must be somewhere near of the afternoon or a little later pro at hand Almost holding my breath But now viding I made good time jvd moving so that not a dry leaf rustled night was close upon me and the habi- boneath my feet I crept away into the tation I had been looking for at every darkness going I knew not whither turn had failed to materialize To my dying day I shall not forget The prospect of a night alone In the that night in the forest Morning dismal forest was not pleasant to confound me more dead than alive but to template I knew that in the dismal my great joy it was on the edge of a condepths about me outlaws moonshiners siderable town and cut throats had their refuge and 1 I at once sought out the authorities did not relish the idea of meeting them and told them the story of my nights at any time muh less of encountering adventure Tlt y knew of the where them in the darkness abouts of the cabin and had long sus It had begun to grow dark about me pectel it to bo the home of a gang of when 1 came to a point in the way robbers and moonshiners When they which puzzled me The road forked got there they found it empty Taking for the life of me I could not alarm at my escape fearing that I had again and determine w hich to take the right or learned too much they had fled to new left quarters for safety As many had done before me I let man The body of Setting a brought in andthe murdered he was rtaance decide the matter buried Who was stick upright I removed my hand and was never known to a certainty but it let it fall in the direction it would It was suspected that he was some one who fell to the left and so I took that way was trying to earn the reward offered I hurried onward now as fast as I for a olew to the gang of moonshiners sould I wanted to make use of what by whom he had lost his life daylight still remained and get to the A few years afterwards I heard that sabin where I was to pass the right bethey had been caught and had paid the fore it beoame so dark that traveling penalty of their crimes at the halters But my haste end would be impossible A darkness amounted to nothing Every now and then that night of which could almost be felt closed in danger comes vividly to my mind and I about me and felt a certainty that I reverently thank Providence who carmust be lost The cabin I expected to ried mc safely through Arthur L find had not appeared and of its existThe Meserve in Yankee Blade ence I had no reason to doubt people where I had passed the previous HER GREWSOME PRIZE night could have had no motive in de oeiving me A Good Story Told at the Expense of a Brooklyn Society Lady Stumbling along in the darkness A story is going the rounds of Brooktrying to make up my mind to face the Inevitable that of passing the night lyns fashionable circles says the New out of doors I suddenly tripped over York Herald which shows how absent something which lay across the path minded persons may often find them selves in a very embarrassing situation and went headlong over it to the ground Mingled with the shock of striking the One of Brooklyns reigning society earth was a thrill of fear coupled with belles it is said recently entered a astonishment I did not get upon my Court street confectioners to indulge feet at once but sitting up I reached her taste for sweets She had been shopout toward the obstruction over which 1 ping and carrifd a number of small had tripped A thrill of horror ran packages which she laid on the counter through my frame as my hand touched while waiting the filling of her order a pound of French mixed it It was the body of a man When she was about to go the polite I sprang to my feet while I could feel the hair rising upon my head Bad the clerk laid a detaining hand on her arm but he said Beg pardon miss body been stiff and cold my fright would not have been 6o bad By chance I had yonve forgotten something pointing placed my hand upon its face and I felt to a small oblong package on the counthere was the warmth of life still in it ter The young lady looked at the package This was not all It was wet and the It did not in any way resemble any she moisture stuck to mv hands Although I could not see I felt sure that it was had received during her shopping tour It was oblong and flat and seemed to blood that was sticking to them An accident bad occurred or a murder had cdEtain something of a hard nature She been committed withir a few minutes finally counted her packages decided that it was not hers and said so of my coming But the clerk was sure he had seen her With trembling hands I sought for a match and when 1 found one I struck lay it down and tho proprietor who was it and glanced down at the object befote called in also insisted that his fair cusme It was the body of a man its face tomer was the owner of the mysterious ao covered with blood that its features package But it is not mine she returned wet not discernible The match went I have all my purgreatly annoyed out and I was alone again in the darkness with the body of the murdered man chases If you think it is mine open it and that will soon prove I am right lying at my feet I lighted two or three matches at once Thats so was tho confectioners re-Â¬ but their light only revealed to me sponse and without further parley ho what I had already socn What could I cut the string and unrolled the paper The thought of remaining by the First a piece of fine brown paper was do Bide of the dead man until morning I taken off then some fine tissue paper I and under this was what do you could not entertain for a moment most go on until a considerable distance think an elaborately engraved silver at least was placed between it and me coffin plate which informed the aston This I lost no time in doing As fast as ished beholders that William Stubbs had died in his sixtieth year while a mv feet would carry me 1 hurried on balf unmindful if I was keeping the pious wish that his soul might rest in peace appeared below in fine engravers trail or not Kor something like half an hour I script The young lady shrieked and pushed onward and then came suddenly almost fainted for she at onoo remem bered that her last call before coming to a stands tll glimmering to the confectioners was to an en- On before me a light through the trees but I was uncertain gravers to get some visiting cards en graved in a peculiar style which is bewhether it came from a fire or a flitting through the tangled coming fashionable In a faint voice mazes of tho forest But I would not be she explained this to the confectioner Any company and then offered to tako back the plate long kept in suspense was better than the dead man lying in She was allowed to do so followed by the road behind me As I came near the amused looks of the confectioners the outline of a cabin disclosed itseif clerk On arriving at the engravers she and out through the single window the found that tho place bad been turned light was gleaming 1 thanked tuv stars for this without almost inside oat in the vain search for doubt it was the cabin to which I had the coffin plate of tho late Mr Stubbs boon directed that morning and I had who was to be buried next day She stumbled as it were upon it by accident had picked it up with her other parcels The thought of fi nding those who had a on leaving the place before band in the death of the man I had left The Wolfrht of the World in the road did not ooour to me an Grevillo Walpolo L L D of London walking ud to the door I gave a loud jmmenced to to the Detroit Free Press to say rap ssfuUy weighed move about t was taken from years ago and its weight was wr the door the window and 00000 was thrown open and a woman stood be-ly who wants the earth fore toe Sie was not very prepossess- dy he is ing and there was a scared look upon can now real as had to carry load po face as she said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sp Â¬ - j j HE KILLED THE MULEi Irtoh intilari Cot Ahead of Oov- tumorous Anecdotes tTeM bjr lie ertior nimhyheadi Bushyhead ono of the members of Colonel Hollingsford tho Cherokee commission is in Wash- Â¬ ington and many a one says the New Incidents Connected with the Modest York Tribune passes tho Indian chief Little Mansion on the Banks of the without knowing he is an Indian Ho Potomac The One Neutral Spot Is tall brown of skin but has tho feat Â¬ Daring- - the Civil War ures of tho Caucasian race and it Is Persons familiar with Mount Vernon said that he is not tuoro than one eighth during the time of Colonel Hollingsford Indian lie married somo years ago a niece of miss the stories of the humorous super intendentin revisiting its different lo- - Senator Butler of South Carolina who calitier and feel that pilgrims who had gone out to Tahlequah as a teacher have not these associations lose a great A good story Is told of him When he was deal Indeed writes Mary Lansing in Governor of the Chofokfce Nation The the Youths Companion the stories Cherokoes are the most civilized of all told of each narration with tho relish of tho tndiah tribes and ono of their laws a fresh anecdote haunt the sKt like is in favor of prohibition The law of the United States is that ho one shall whispering ghosts Who that approaches tho house and give or sell fire water to an Indian but pauses at Washingtons favorite resting the Cherokee legislators go further and places can forget the reverential prido prohibit the bringing of it into the Terwith which the worthy Colonel repeated ritory In Tahlequah when Bushyhead was the fact recorded to the glory of tho Nation that through the long civil war Governor there was an Irish black- Â¬ Now Mount Vernon was tho one neutral spot smith named Mike Delaney where Unionist and secessionist met as Mike had been received Into the tribe brothers and where all sectional strifes because he had married a squaw and strange S3 it may seem was more an were forgotten Upon reaching the tomb as if to apol- Â¬ Indian than any native He used to ogize for its simplicity the Colonel orate by the hour over his forge at the Would tenderly say And you remem Â¬ wrongs of the rod men and one of his ber Washington said in his will And favorlto perorations was We have been palrsecuted by tho the tomb shall be of brick Then pointing to the eagle within the white man dhrlven from our homes In tomb be would tell you with a great Georgia over mountains an valleys an thrill that tho only desecration of the our noble Inheritance stholen away spot committed during the war though from us Mike frequently delivered himself of tho soldiers of both armies met daily be-Â¬ fore it was that a relic hunter climbed this and the more fire water he had in over the gate and carried away c no claw him the more flannel mouthed and tin Indian was his brogue Ho and Bushy Â¬ of the eagle Not in malice he would add for head were great friends and one dayÂ¬ he boasted of it on his return to Vir- Â¬ when the Governor was at the courthouse presiding over the meeting of the ginia He took it simply as a relic Legislature tho squaw man appeared hunter Then the Colonels mirthful humor and beckoned imperiously Come here he whispered Oive would bubble over the seriousness of scene and he would say with an something to toll you Theres a dead the A dead mule is West- Â¬ I say distinct- Â¬ mule in town unforgettable twinkle ly a relic hunter I was asked the other ern slang for a keg of whisky Give me a dollar continued Mike day who Alec Hunter was an Ill buy a bottlo an keep it In tho From this place he would point out tho ice house which gave rise to Mark shop until yez can bo afturr comin to Twains famous story of the lady weep- Â¬ dhrink it The Governor gave tho money and ing there In passionate sensibility mis Â¬ half an hour later deputizing some one taking it for the tomb and the spot where Washington threw the silver dol- Â¬ to tako his plaoe ho made bis way to lar across tho Potomac clear to the other the forge From afar off he beard theÂ¬ inspiring strains of tho Irish Washerside linking with it the story of Mr Evarts who when asked if he believed man and as be drew near he recog- Â¬ it replied quickly Why yes A dol- Â¬ nized tho oft repeated refrain Och lar went a great deal farther in those hone Widow Machree och bone Wid- Â¬ ow Machree the molody stoutly main Â¬ days tained by an anvil chorus Rnshlnir In Wandering on ho would point out the storied shrubs and trees the magnolia he was confronted by the hilarious planted the year that Washington died blacksmith whom he at once asked for which only ninety years old now is hi share of tho dead muler Be aisy Guvner cried the Irish coeval with tho century tho trees planted by the Emperor of Brazil Dora Indian theres only two heels left an Ill drink that as the laws agin glvin Pedro and by the Prince of Wales an Indian whisky died and were planted again They And he swallowed the the Gov- Â¬ died planted again died Royalty can ernor of the Cherokee Nation not daring not flourish on this soil but look here he would say tho temperance ladles to prevent him planted this and it lives and flourishes DISRUPTION OF FRIENDSHIP and every day we give it a lttte drop How an Intimacy of Tear Vu Hroncht They wish me to say however that the to an End bottle of Washingtons which Oeneral Two women up town who have been saw taken out of the wall probably dear friends for years are at daggers contained vinegar points says the New York Evening Sun There were all sorts of things taken and the friends of both are ranged on out of the wall after the falling of the one side or tho other of tho controversy ceiling in the banqueting room in 1883 The causo of it all is a cook Mrs A or 1884 slippers snow shoes belts had a cook of superior skill One day skeleton of a mouse in a bottle etc all she appeared before her mistress and of which were displayed as curios quietly announced that she should go The hatchet story Colonel IlDllings Into Mri Bs service the next month ford maintained belonged to an earlier because Mrs B had offered her larger day than Mount Vernon and the scene wajes Mrs A was thunderstruck of it ho laid forty miles further down Her dearest friend come into her home Â¬ tho river on the farm where Washing- and steal away her chief dependence in ton was born and where the veritable this way Impossible She put on her hatchet was plowed up from the soil wraps and drovo to Mrs Bs home It His version of it was very different from was only too true Her own familiar tho traditional cherry tree story Wash- Â¬ friend in whom she bad trusted had ington so ho said had a littlo colored lifted up her heel against her and hired servant who was the partner of all his her cook out of hand Moreover when childish pranks and when the father charged with her treachery she coolly solemnly asked about his favorite tree insisted that she had every right in tho George boldly replied Ike did it with world to hiro another womans cook my littlo hatchet away from her if she could no matter if In the Colonels story bag there wero that woman was her best friend many pleasant anecdotes of Parson Mrs A fairly gasped at the heresy Weems whoso Life of Wash ngton Women had occasionally been known to was i the delight of early days and do this dark and dishonorable need but among them there was one which ho there had never been one found so hard- Â¬ told with infinite jest when he would ened in iniquity as to defend it PerÂ¬ find himself among a party of church- Â¬ haps Mrs B would be capable of a like men defense if she had estranged the affect- Â¬ The good parson preached on one occa- Â¬ ions of Mrs As husband or children sion at a little neighboring church about from her Mrs B had tho grace given five miles distant from Mount Vernon her to rejoin that there was no parallel The coach was sent at the close of serv- Â¬ in tho cases This was an affair purely ice to bring the parson to dine with the of business The cooks services wero family of Washington Riding alone worth so much a month to Mrs A If and loving to talk ho fell to catechising they were worth more to another woman John on the coach box that woman had a perfect right to mako Are they religious people at Mount the fact known to the cook and the cook Vernon he asked to profit by it This was the business Oh very very massa was the re- Â¬ method and no man accused another of ply dishonorable methods because be had Well what denomination are thoj offered his most coTpetent assistant at Mount Vernon better pay for his services Mrs A re- Â¬ Oh every denomination every de- Â¬ fused to look at the matter In that light nomination at Mount Vernon and they parted Mrs A In tears Mrs Ah and what may you be John B in the cool consciousness of business O massa I haint any religion Me sagacity and of unsullied rectitude at alll Is an Episcopalian The matter was speedily brought into Perhaps no story was dearer to his loyal an open parliament of their common heart than that of the superb mantel in women friends there to be tho subject tho banqueting room carved in Italy of of an intellectual game of battledore tho finest Carrara marble On its long and shuttle cock that is still at its voyage from tho Mediterranean shore it briskest met with many perils and was cupturod The Story of a Ftaow unci by pirates who then roamed the high Without doubt the most tragic duel seas in search of plunder the vicinity of New The old adage says There I honor ever fought in the deadly contest be-Â¬ York City was even among thieves and It is not probable there beats a human heart tween Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr Historic stories that has not some good in it if rightly in the books areas It is retailed not given being about it touched So when these wild pirates saw Fits Green Washington a the honored name of Washington of the fattier of bis country upon the box reverenoe and love over powered greed and they shipped it at has an account of the affair from his grandfather Captain Fits Hughes The once to Washingtons address Captain learned after the start where the fighting ground bad been located STUFFING A COLD and was rowed across the North river by If Ton Do It Tow Will In AU Probability a couple of slaves When he arrived Have a Fever the antagonists had taken positions Tho following sensible mode cf treat Â¬ Hamilton and Burr were to fire twice ing a cold is taken from Womans Work or thrice At the word of command Tho man who originated tho oft quoted Hamilton fired at Burr and Burr fired maxim Stuff a cold and starve s fever in the air At the second firing Hamil- Â¬ either did not understand what he was ton fired In the air and Burr shot Ham- Â¬ writing about or he has been widoly misilton Hamilton thought Burr meant understood to the great injury of to kill him as be meant to kill Burr multitudes who have acted upon the but when he saw the discharge in the absurd maxim Presuming that tho air be changed his tactics s did Burr author of it was a physician wto knew and with fatal results This is said to something of the nature of colds and be the true history of the duel fought the action of remedies ho muit have by these two great men spoken subjunctively and not impera Â¬ Cured by aa Accident tively And then it would read thus Mrs A F Wood of Kennebunk Me If you stuff a cold the consequence will bo that you will be throwx into a r-- lady who has been lame for several fevor as a result of the stuffing treat Â¬ years wont to tho barn loft to gather ment of the cold and then you will some eggs and in sliding down upon have to starve tho fever This is a true the hay with her lamo leg hearing and sensible interpretation of this com Â¬ something crack she felt she had broken monly received maxim which his done some bone Sho called to her husband for help and when he came and helped as much harm as any of tho thousand and one popular errors which prevail on her up she found she could walk better medical subjects Without dwelling on than before The ligaments which had the nature or causes of colds or on adhered to each other by non use were what physicians call tho pathology of broken apart improving her lameness these disorders I will say that a low or Anna Dieklnnons Secret even starvation diet for a few days A woman who knows Anna Dickinson with tho froo drinking of warm mildly well says that she seems to possess stimulating teas is better for a cold secret of eternal youth If you did the not any drug or combination of drugs than know her you would find It impossible If with this a warm bath or lot footto tell age In figure she is below bath is taken little more will b3 need- Â¬ mediumher height and slender ed Nino cases out of ten of colds can gives you tho impression though she of being bo broken np in this early stage by a strongly mado Her eyes are gray and hot foot or rather log bath keeping the large her complexion is clear and dark bath as hot as it can be borne until perÂ¬ is set in firm lines and her spiration arises After tho bath drink her mouth hair is short brown and curling Her a half pint of hot lemonade and go to expression la one of force and power bed QUIET MOUNT VERNON tta Not BuoH a Bonanaa Aa Soma Are Led to Believe Common Sense Comment by Dr Edward Of All the Learned Profes Â¬ sions Literature Certainly Is the Most Poorly Paid ret The phenomenal sales of many recent books notably such as General Wallaces Ben Hur and Mr Bellamys Looking Backward have led tho general public to believe that tho business of author Â¬ ship must be a profitable one This im- Â¬ pression has been intensified by reports of tho great prices paid certain writers for their productions Examples in point arc the handsomo Incomes attributed to Mark Twain W 1 Howclls Mrs Bur Â¬ nett and others of far less hoto Conscf quectlTthe recent statement ascribed to Br Edward Eggleston himself a suc Â¬ cessful writer In disproof of this opinion Dr has been recoived with surprise Eggleston according to a literary jour- Â¬ nal holds that there is not a single American author who really makes an Income out of his books Grubb street has become a tradition but tho rewards of the book maker continue painfully small Dr Eggleston writes to a Globe- Democrat correspondent In repudiation of the bald statement thus attributed to him but In reiteration of the poor finan- Â¬ cial returns or authorship Of course I did not say any thing so preposter- Â¬ ous as tho words attributed to mo in the newspaper in point This Is only one of many illustrations of the crying defect of American journalism at this timo More brains more pre- Â¬ cision more mental training are want Â¬ ed In tht reporters work Of enter Â¬ prising reporters there are enough men who will find out the secrets of tho North Pole steal an Interview with the Pope or tho Czar or penetrate In search Of hews to a ladys bedchamber But a decent report of a public assembly or of an address for which the orator did not himself supply tho manuscript copy 1 have not seen in a long time I wish to file a general caveat that t am acÂ¬ countable for no speeches put into toy mouth In this way What I did say be- Â¬ fore a Congressional committee was that I did not know any author who had ac- Â¬ quired a competence by literary work properly so called I proceeded to ex-Â¬ clude Bchool books Mr Longfellow was a professor and made good invest- Â¬ ments Mr Emerson was poor during the greater part of his life I bcliovo though he endured the drudgery of lyceura lecturing and it is said ho only gained a competence in old age by good Investments Hcwthorno was driven to drudge for a book maker like Good Â¬ rich and to seek public offices Mr Lowell has bad other sources of income Mr Howclls has had let us hope a liberal editorial salary Colonel Higprin son published a successful school book My very point Is that authors are driven from tho production of liter Â¬ ature properly so called to drudgery or sensationalism by tho desire to earn that sufficiency which literature does not give Tho newspaper in point may or may not in its critical moments class the profitable juveniles of Miss Al cott Mr Trowbridge and Oliver Optlo with literature properly so called It Is a matter of opinion Mr Aldrlchs ad Â¬ mirable Story of a Bad Boy whioh I should call literature without a question mark did not reach the tenth part of tho circulation attained by Boston juveniles of a flimsier texture Let mo remark I am combating tho notion very prevalent among Congress men that an author of reputation has opened a bonanza Of all tho learned professions literature is the most poor ly paid The leading authors must be compared with leading lawyers doctors and ministers If you compare a suc- Â¬ cessful author with a country lawyer or the pastor of a village church you might mako a fair showing But what author ever hopes to attain the income enjoyed say by the late Di Willard Parker or by Mr Evarts The body of working litterateurs who make pot boilers for the booksellers all their lives and are never known to the newspapers In such a discussion as this certainly have no hope of more than the livelihood of a very humble professional man For many years I have been accus- Â¬ tomed to warn young men off from beÂ¬ ginning a literary career because so few of the literary workors ever attain a competency A Lady a Lady Everywhere A lady is no less a lady because in Â¬ stead of eating her heart out in poverty This new and excellent and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES is equal to any 350 shoe It grows more EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT EVEHY PAIR GIT AHANTEED M THE 1A NEWEST HATS I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion ofl Hi W A POWELL OLIVER PLOWS 30- - w l RACKET STORE First Door Above Farmers CD Bank i Comet Flour Kitten Gallon Coffee IV 26 inch haml Saw Suspenik-r- 16c 18c So up from Be up Covered Basket Quart Coffee iot 3 pronged meat Peaks 4c Be Kic Kitchen Spoon Milk Skimmers 4o Fine Salt and Pepper Castors i5c Napkins 25c doc up The largest linen Uuck Â¬ I sfVHB Towel 12Vc Mens and Boys HEAVY UNDERWEAR AT COST SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- - FOR S XjES Drop m and Mens GENTRY J J 41 i 1 M BKOOK CHKNA1LT HarQware TinwarR U WnnnfinwarR UU WUMUIV House Fuji slim Goods BROOKS at CHENAULT Real Estate Brokers TOOLS AND MATERIAL Richmond Kkvucky 40- - BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS k Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky Marcb Mr fM rat i im Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 19 1890 and idleness she joins the great army of bread winners and opens a shop there is no more dignity in her position than if she sent round the hat to her Except by snobs men and friends women are beginning to be measured not by their business or calling nor by where they may bo seen but by what they are This reminds me by the way of my meeting a lady of quality once at a dinner writes Hamilton Aide in the Now Review It was out of tho season and the dinner was not at a fashionable house The lady of quality thought fit to take mo aside and apologise for being Not at all my seen where she was set you know Her set obviously should have been at the lower table in th vuTlnVFi P BEST XlMH a acrone Om lm tk er - IPVTABBtli EYETMSi niji vn now oar gixc to win aahbrtrt Uiiii and taoaa aroaM raa Taa AvrlJnDCnl aaBEuaw gtaniat vt thw advafttaeeaaa taa laull aad of Co tola hwa The rallowtac rat five the eaaaaranca af it laaawatta l wrr ran mu ilMtiat one All TOO lUTtlOduHor I tfe rBMBTt ie to a aiftfeove iuu iu muiiuncr rai rill r ndriiKB MpnoriTxdt too riWON in ruk loralitOnly thoa the worN nrquainj 1 Oar feHliti FREE ere Dissolution Notice J For Sale or Rent C FilzDAtrick Large lists of City and Country Prop- Â¬ erty Property sold ant bought oq Commission Correspondence solicited and prompt attention given Bar Office in John Bennetts law office Branch office at Stockton A 39- Brooks Drug Store who writs liriahfr HHAUETrCOB8 tola- doaale the CfHeth part af Ua halk It la a arenaaaaw 7aa w aa la eney U carry We wt ataa athtoet rraeaiaaeien aih iantiadr FOKTUID HAUIB The hardware firm composed of W and D M PhHpe under I desire to sell or rent privately tbe tbe firm name and style of Fiizpatriclt A Phelps doiiiK business on Main street large two story in Kieliin nd Ky is Ibis day dissolved by mutual consent D M Phelps re tiriiiK Tbe books aud accounts are at the old stand where settlements can be made March 19th 1890 situated on a good corner lot in Ellis D M PHELPS ton Ky known as the Hojjan proper 41 44 W C FITZPA TRICK tv- SI H H COLYER 185 Mules For Sale We have one hundred mule- colts and eighty five yearling1 for sale 8frirtly good and old in numbers to suit purchasers Hix miles east of Richmond on the pee well pike 17- H H A D A COLYER -- STORE HOUSE Â¬ the servants hall In April 1831 w Skin Tanned a man named John Horwood was hanged at the usual place In Bristol for the murder of a girl The following tradesmans account is tho first manuscript contained In a book in the infirmary library Bristol June 1838 Richard Smith Esq Dr to H H Essex To binding In the skin of John Horwtod a variety of papers etc relating to him the same being lettered on each side of tho book Cutis vera Johannis Horwood 1 10s Perhaps all that can bo said In excuse for such an act is that it had been surpassed in a neighboring county a fow years previously According to tho Bristol Journal of May 11 1810 after a man named Marsh bad been hanged in Somerset for murder his body was flayed and his skin sent to Taunton to bo tanned A Korderer How Some King-- Died SPRING IS HERE AND SO ARE WE -- WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF-- f ol LADIES Richmond LATEST STYLES SPRING CLOTHINGTIjtX Hats Shoes and Bents Furnisliiiig Qoods SHOES EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND LADIES we have tbe fin- Â¬ est line of FOOT WEAR in mm GENTLEMEN S SHOES Some kings have died In mean fash- Â¬ ion pallldamors assuming the shape of indigestion Did not a dish of lam- Â¬ preys kill Henry I and was not over Â¬ Pallid eating fatal to George I death pressing upon him as Thack- Â¬ eray says in his traveling chariot on the Hanover road What postilion can Both outride that pale horseman Frederick III Emperor of Germany and his son Maximilian I died through excessive indulgence in melons Bald- Â¬ win IV King of Jerusalem died of leprosy Phillip III of Spain of the etiquette which left him U be roasted before a flaming brazier because the of- Â¬ ficial oould not be found whose special function it was to remove it and Stan- Â¬ islas Leczlnski King of Poland of the terrible burns he received through his dressing gown accidentally taking fire Oyct to Civilized Dress King Disah the Senegambian who made a sensation in Paris last summer is having trouble with his subjects They object to his civilised costume and tendency towards tho use of soap and all in the REMEMBER WEDO NOT SELL GOODS AT COST BUT WE DO BUSINESS IN A STRAIGHT FORWARD HONEST WAY it will pay yon to call and see onr mam- Â¬ moth stock of Shoes before We have ihem baying KID BUTTON IN OPERA TOE FRENCH TOE PARIS TOE Common Sense Toe These Shoes bear our brand and every pair is warranted Â¬ IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO t Goods at a Fair Living Profit SHALL PRICE OUR MOTTO PROFIT H0MEST TREATMENT PERFECT FITS AND ONE FIXED li PAIR BOYS SHOES TH ALL QUALITIES Remember that job A GUARANTEE with EVir VORIES SOHOOLFIBLDCd OncPrice Clothiers Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West Main Street Richmond Kentucky BBaaaaai w sWs Madison County Fair Association TEKTH ft -- o tjl religious intelligence OF sas man Benzine Bill Is the nam of s Kan Â¬ Who is going to do missionary work in Oklahoma A Buddhist temple Is to be opened li Paris where there are about 500 fol WOT lowers of the religion The Hebrew population of New York dty is variously estimated between 1SO 000 and 200000 There Is only or c Jew among the paupers on Blackwells Isl Â¬ and A number of Monkish manuscripts of great value have been discovered in A Widow In TrainingBrunswick Thce documents dote back to 1560 And Contain infUrmaVon There was a combination of wholesale CQOOCC hitherto accepted as merely traditional and retail business in her eye as she eu Harlem street dentist Or as a matter of conjecture tered the office of a The qnint essence of laziness is illus and inquired -for me right trated by a Dutch artist who was com Â¬ l Tan vou null six teeth ii missioned to paint a picture of Jonah m Have you come prepared and the Whale and who thereupon Inrepy tainted a picture of a very large whale Whv Im here aint I explaining that Jonah Would be found Butdo you wish to take laughing gas Inside BY Miss Elizabeth Scovcl a Southern M ether fir Ill sit on the chair and you No lady is giving a series of Bible readings clinch On and pull In the First Baptist church Chicago Verv well masm tho Rev Dr Hensons She is an earnest She removed hef bonnet took her and attractive speaker deeply imbued place in the chair and he puiled six with a religious spirit The meetings as front teeth without bringing a groan conducted by her are Interesting and she InÂ¬ How soon can I get a plate profitable quire as she got out of the chair per B F Jacobs of Chicago has again In about six weeks maam a been at Boston this time addressinc a manent plate large compmv of Evangelical Sunday Is there a corn All right go ahead school superintendents Mr Jacobs is doctor near the originator of th uniform lessons One or two blocks down now so widely used in Sunday schools I want seven corns and five warts Interna- taken off Good shoemaker handy and is the chrrman of the tional Executive Sunday School Com Â¬ Next door maam mittee I toe in I want a pair of shoes made to force me to toe out for a while A meeting of the Womans auxiliary Drug store down the street was called by Mrs Dr Locke at the One block down Church of St Clement Chicago Tan 13 We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe I want to get these freckles off Six to hear details of tho work in Africa dollars Buy it try it and you cant deny it We is the best plow made carried on by Miss Margaretfa Scott teeth fifty cents each three Much symprthy was elicited by Miss Heres your change you If you also handle the Maam excuse me if I ask Scotts graphic recital of her life and arc meditating a trip to Europe A collection mission work in Liberia No sir Im a Widow from Indiana was made for All Saints hall Benah Live live miles above Struck a man A movement has been started to raise who wants to be my second husband a Patton memorial professorship In and we are to be married in two months Howard university at Washington Im going into training you see Good Nothing could be more appropriate day We have alrealysold As Dr Pattons twenty years service as Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market president of the Howard university so One llrother Enough a number of them nobly rounded out his lifes work noth- Â¬ Now then Jennie said the brldo ing could moro suitably crown it than groom to the bride after they had re such a recognition of it as would be im- Â¬ turned from tho church where the Knos plied in this memorial professorship had just been tied how many brothers According to the Christian Advocate hsve you Is the best made we carry a large stock of them exclaimed the bride in Brothers New York Methodism is alert and pro- Â¬ you know I havent gressive Never were its pupils occupied astonishment Im the only child of my gorous and dauntless any brothers by more loyal men never did Methodists have so parents We carry a large line o BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS Oh I know that- - but how many many sWad minded devoted and purÂ¬ young men did you promise to bo a sis poseful laymen The intelligence deciCOLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and Those HAMES COLLARS sion and large scope of plan and effort ter to before you accepted me are tho brothers I want to know about marking the pretest order of things give everything necessary to hitch np Also full sets of replied the bride smilhng I Well fine promise of large results in the near think I must have about half a dozen future brothers The Rev J C Price who was chosen You just drop a note to All right president of the new Afro American each of them and tell them the brother league is a full blooded negro a native and sister business is all off now as you of South Carolina about 35 years of age If they want sis- Â¬ have got a husband a graduate of Lincoln university Penn- Â¬ ters tell them to look around among the sylvania and for the last eight years girls that are single Im all the bro11 president of the Livingstone college in er you need now Saulsbury N C an Institution founded by himself He is a man of character Time to Settle who well clear headed and practical understands the primal necessities of his Â¬ - LA GRIPPE ITS DESCRIBED NVAL EXHIBITION TO BE HBXT AT AS SENSATIONS TOLD CY A SUFFERER and you realize that the persistent gfcrmswhich are feeding apssron are1 not easily killed They must live out their life consume all of you that fits their organism If you survive so much JOHN HOWARD PAYNE life of RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO lg I89O The follow ing stakes and pures the better 60 it goes WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH STAKES TMAXSJ3M TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR 1890 350 00 400 00 coo 00 700 00 10O0 00 Its Ilogiiiiiiiig Its Various Fhaeea and th Condition in Which It Leave IU Vlo tim The Aching Back the Alternate ChlUa and Fenr al Jali STASS AiSS-For o beau betttwo T 1 added H olds heal- - L PURSES Best Uree In five 3 J iJKm iVR StasssM 110UGH IT II AS a become HB9 IF -- on mile ver ver olds To voo class To240Csg 4 rod WCsisairrl BaBkUaBd I ssf J H r0 230 clM To 2j3 class j almost stale tonic from a news point of view it is still one of serious iotercst to thousands of people Thi malady which is alxjut and which has carried off so men and hiany women prim- f7 as gofi party nomination June let Fise per cent to accompany nomination and 10 additional mhicli is forfeit 5 per cent additional to d oi day preceding race start to be paid on dav preceding rare id In to three to start all purses The stakes and purses are to be divided Sixl per cent to second and 15 per ctnt to third lie rules of the National Trotting Horse Association shall Anv horse distancing the field or any pait of it shall be entitled Entry Blanks furnished on application ira all races all communications to M B ARBUCKLE IELBY IRVINE President Secretary 3S 4 Rkhmonp Kentucky tne weaK yielding to It most readily Hence it came that one of the sufferers- - from the disease who hnd reenvcreu sufficiently to write was asked to five a ssssssmI history of what the disease is tike for the information of those who escaped the malady and to give such discrlption of the ailment as would have a historical value He was asked to tell tust how one feels who is afflicted with it Here Is his story in simple words You are walking along the street one day You know that you have not been feeling very well but you have had no particular apprehension of anything serious It gradually dawns upon you You become that you have a pain aware that the small of your back il their OTACQUATXTED WITH THE GEOGBAPHT OF THE CDTTKTBT WILL OBTAIH MUCH VALUABLE IKFOHMATIOH FHOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THK HACK ACHE You do not think much of you have had an ache in the small of the back before and you go on with your work or recreation as the case may be An hour or so pa Yon feel that you are a really sick person The ache In the back has so in- Â¬ creased that you have that opening aching that Â¬ TK CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY iinp mam lines branches and extensions East and West of the Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBERT I FA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinrton Sioux Falls Water town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening1 towns and cities It is the khort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging at Kuneiis- City It also constitutes THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands in the world lorming the speediest most popular and economical system of portation to and from all cities towns and sections In Kansas Col- 10 and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between as City and Caiawell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Wichius and Hutchinson and shutting sensation which indicates a deraneementof something which tells you that the nerves are telegraphing excitedly You go home When you have reached your home you say that you are not feeling well that your bat aches and that you have a sleepiness You ask why the heat is not turned on and are informed that the room is at its ordinary temperature It impresses itself upon you that you have a chill that you are shivering like a You bury your- man with the ague Â¬ W jpetitors in splendor of equipment cool In summer warmed am from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from dust - t y and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the East exid Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and lining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to jo Springs and Pueblo making stops only at important in- etauons in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals Lead MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS at moderate pnecb THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST UNE - hours and Peiik the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain sanitary mountain parkr mining camps and citiesColorado ng rounus auu scenic attractions of every modern improvement tuns are equipped with add to sat tv convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment is at terminal cities in Colorado In Union also mak r and Ro Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific I exas and Fort Worth and Jl other diverging lines Maps Time TatUs Polders copies of the Western Trail r further desired information address -- E ST JOHN I JOHN SEBASTIAN CAOO ELI Oeal Ticket Pais Agent ANTEE IS Cholera Cure CHICKEN s Â¬ New and Original Designs -- OF ARTISTIC M U MENTS In Granite and Marble J3J jc Oi A Ii of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all othei diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that pesithtly cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Thousands I I STOCKTON BROOKS li DR RICE Tor 15 year at 37 Court Place now at ji aii um fun tomw m Manilfcl yy wnmm I - cHm liai forms of PRIVATi and SLXCAL DiS- Impotency u n wumH ttBtimm U wt mal a HMrsf r am lAefc- lira A oir mm - fciyi--- n hi ill l - ChEtT Mil imrn Kite um it cm r Gonerrke iracu nm ftnmn OnMOs IWm c BeMun tomr c- M rtij- - liwli aopiirH 6ai j l fiut inrvhw kr uUhCnrei Ouaraiitced in all Cases iiiWi or br Wtrr fn mmti iwtL n waActoj CbjutfM Kit tkptn ait in m mmrnic frrml --kill rnvarna Wh- c- fcfc lit hih m n Mtftcfc M ht eit lor l - Hrf unw ftwtvft lt ilk ai4 umriiru urn t wiiiln L PRIVATE COUKSELOK MMLS nn Xu TU an A gaoj ar i i 4 only three were Americans A great flight of locusts believed to have covered 2000000 i quare miles re- Â¬ cently crossed the Red sea from the African shore The Masachnsetts savings bank commissioners suggest school savings banks as a means of teaching the young Idea how to save TV 4 pA South Chester Pa resident has re-Â¬ ceived a letter from a friend in Tacoma Washington where he says it costs 50 cents to get shaved and 81 for a haircut A teacher near Allentown suspended IL gggsW a scholar for swearing in Pennsylvania Dutch and the affair has caused a divi- Â¬ sion in the local school board F t s Wortmansfaip During the calendar year of 1889 109140949 pieces of coin were executed AND at the mints of the Urited States havTHK FKVEB LOWEST CONSISTENT PEICES It Is that you have never added a lounge ing a total value of 858 184022 to the furniture Many offices have Anchovies have recently been found We have the largest trade Id Central lounges and it is a good thing for a unusually plentiful on the southwest Kentucky and guarantee satifaotiou tired business man to have a chance to of England running with smelts which gawWnte for rices mid iuforma lie down occasionally You want to lie are also very large and fine lion before ordering any style of work down as you never did before You say girl who could speak An to yourself that the fever has exhausted WM ADAMS BON Importers You feel a heaviness an apathy a little English was recently sent from you 49 48 Ky certain weakness which makes you want Texas to New York wtth a card pinned to He prone and nothing else You dont to her dress giving her destination know that you would even think if you A fish delicately flavored and said J A G WILLIAMSON You would simply by many to be equal to that of the sal- Â¬ could but lie down CITY ENGINEER rest You keep quoting to yourself mon is a great gray trrmt called tuladi some lines from the poet about and is found in its perfection in Lake Civil Engineer and Surveyor where every dayil be Sunday a land Teraiscouta Canada The Russian government will begin So It goes for a day or two possibly to build Surveys made for Railways Turn- four or five days Then you become next spring Siberia its 4500 amile rail Â¬ Tils is big unpikes Roadways Estimates given c aware that whereas you thought you rord across Farm draiuage Town Loth laid off were convalescent you have the most dertaking and its estimated cost is 220000000 serious GENERAL LAND SURVEYS germs part of a struggle with sinister Seized with a somnambulistic fit Jos- Â¬ before you You begin to feel a Lines retraced Special attention given soreness in the throat eph Snyder of Allenton Pa left a You cough to lopogrHphical mat restaurant where ho had fallen asleep and plats of You find that breathing is but wheezing farms and other lands and walked past his home to Copiays Correspond Your lungs are clogged with something ence solicited with parties interested You have a headache and feel sick You town six miles away in surveys of lands iu mountain coun Â¬ wonder if the thing is going to develop A iost mortem examination revealed ties of Kentucky Into pneumonia and you speculate on in the stomach of a valuable bull terrlor the chances of your survival after a fair that died suddenly In Revere Mass fcTOfflce City Hall RichmondKy wrcsiie with the disease which ap-Â¬ several yards of string burned matches 9- parently kills strong men as easily as it and a cigarette holder ffjSJ does weak mild weather in England keeps T WELLS The B F CARR C Perhaps you take to your bed You arc petulant morose and doubtful and sea fishing uncommonly good Trailing slowly in deep water w th a rod and line suffering You have plasters put on your chest you take some drug with and a single hook great numbers of chloroform in it to keep you from cough Â¬ heavy pollacs have been taken C ing yourself into exhaustion in the night The drug may accomplish the being The end but it gives vou a deranged stom Â¬ should razor moved only aa fine saw in be sloping ach and a bad head in the morning sawing direction and or held nearly flat to your face care being taken TlieOn Coal Yard in Town to draw the skin as tight as possible with the left hand so as to present an even surface and to drt w out the beard The practice of pressing on the edge Only a square from the Court house of the razor In stropping soon rounds it You dout have to send away out to the pressure should be directed to the Uie depot back which should neerbe raised from the strop If you shave from heel to point of razor strop It from point to heel GaaJ Oelinrsd to Put of Town bit if you begin with tit point In shav- Â¬ ing then strop from hel to point Â¬ Tnr f in the bed clothes you take a hot lemonade you try to got warm You succeed amazingly Tiie chill passes away and suddenly yon become warm then hot You pass Into a fever which tries you If of a temperament at all alert you go out of your head You imagine yourself a white porcelain tube or a snail or an elephant or a quit claim deed You are fantastic in your wanderings and suffer- Â¬ ing Finally you come out of the fever and the chills They cease and you imagine that you have had your siege with la grippe that you got through pretty well all things considered and that you have reason to congratulate yourself that it was no worse The onlj thing that puzzles you is your extreme weak Y011 find difficulty In keeping fully erect as you walk and your legs you know would weigh 15 pounds You venture out on the street again and try to attend to business You reach your office and wonder why chii-i-sel- laP never again br pro- ucec a son tna PS so will univer iwKivrLji sally touch the Jfe human heart as Home Sweet Home While the ballad has ever been one of which the most critical audiences never weary and its simple but touching sen- Â¬ timents have endeared the author of all WORK OF LITERAftY WOMEN- - home lovers throughout the world prob- Â¬ ably many are unaware that it is a song com- Â¬ Clari from an opera entitled Mrs Lew Wallace says that her hus Â¬ posed by John Howard Payne The new novel is far from completion bands most notable rendition of Home Sweet Louise Chandler Moult st is said to reÂ¬ Home of which there is any account ceive higher prices for her poetry than Was probably at the Jenny Lind concert any writer of equal reputation In Washington the night of Dec 17 Mrs Oliphant the English novelist la 1850 John Howard Payne was present busily engaged upon a new novel the shd the quarter of an hour during which first chapters of which are already in he listened to Jenny Linds singing of his ballad which has since bfecn heard proof Mrs Elizabeth B Custer has just com- Â¬ in all lands was without doubt the pleted her first novel Her Hoots and most thrilling fifteen minutes of his life Saddles is slowly creeping up to it The theater was thronged by an assem- Â¬ bly which was perhaps the most distinfortieth thousand guished ever gathered in any concert hall Mrs Humphrey Ward has called a In this country President Fillmore private secretary to her assistance and Daniel Webster Henry Clay Gen Scott Â¬ only the letters of personal friends reand Payne were among the celebrities ceive her personal acknowledgment present The Swedish Nightingale Margaret Delands correspondence has was in perfect voice and her rendition so largely increased that she has been of each part of the program elicted most forced to the typewriter and all her enthusiastic applause from the vast au letters are now answered with the ma Â¬ dience When however in answer to the encore Jenny Lind turned toward chine John Howard Payne and gave Home There has been such a run upon Sweet Home with all the tenderness MNs enter- Â¬ and purity of feeling embodied in Amelia B Edwards ilc taining book On the that the the words and air perfectly in- Â¬ publishers could hot begin to supply the terpreted through the medium of her demand for it wonderful voice there were few present Martha J Lamb is one of the hardest who could fail to see the difference be workers in her professior and can write tween the plaudits more pages of manuscrip in a single day called out by a She is always meredisplay of fine than any other weman at her desk from 9 until 6 oclock Is vocalization and seen but little In society yet has one of those accorded a the largest and most influential circle of power that thrilled literary their very hearts friends of any metropolitan The audience was woman enthused before the Bab the sprightly newspaper cor- Â¬ first line of the Rsesm respondent makes a larger income with song was finished her pea than any New York literary and to such an ex- Â¬ She is about 28 years of age woman tent that it could as vivacious in her manner as in her scarcely wait for a Writings and always d reuses in the lat- Â¬ pause in which to est fashion All the characters in her give vent to its letters are drawn from life She Is of feelings JESNV UB Then it blonde complexion of petite figure with seemed as if the uproar would never eyes and a smile and a good dDctng cease Persons known to be of most unevery one shouted demonstrative character clapped and stamped as if their senses n is unconsciously developing in the it SJV a writer of much promise in had departed During this ovation upon entire audience turned its glance Mrs I h Hudson the wife of the editor of r e Topeka Capital This clever Payne an undersized gray haired man of gentlemanly bearing who was covwoman has already done considerable ered with confusion at finding himself good literary work notably a serial an attraction to that vast assembly now running story A Child of Erin Payne early history Is still involved As yet Mrs in her husbands paper Hudsons fame has penetrated but little in obscurity but it is certain that his outside her own State it will not be childhood was passed in East Hampton long we venture to prophesy before her tin- most easterly town of Long Island His father was principal of Clinton fame will be confined only by its authors academy one of the first institutions of possibilities Its kind established on Long Island women more difficult to The village consists of only one wido Are literary along with than men was asked an street where the residences are chiefly get editor who has much dealing with the farmers houses with farms stretching Xot at all female sex in authorship to the ocean shore on one side and to was his response They are if any- Â¬ pine plains on the othef thing easier They have not the same When Payne was 17 years of age he knowledge of the business side of a established in New York city a weekly transaction it is true but they will con- Â¬ paper called the Thespian Mirror His cede a point where they are shown to first appearance on the stage was at the lx- wrong where a man will be sullen Park theater New York in the charac- Â¬ I think on the whole I ter of Young Nerval and stubborn would rather deal in literary matters After professional visits to Boston and with women than with nen George Kennan is one of those for- Â¬ tunate authors who finds the greatest possible assistance In his wife The couple have no children and she is therefore enabled to demote all her time to her husbands Interests and this she docs both willingly aid successfully Each day finds her at work recopying manuscript reading proofs translating some Russian piece or g over the receipts from his work and seeing to it investment or deposit Mrs Kennan is a thorough business woriao of consider able business tact and withal possessed of a great deal of person il attraction Yon hope for blizzard for a biting north wind for anything to make the weather seem like the weather of old and give you cold clear gormless all to take Into your lungs You look out in the morn Â¬ ing uiid are delighted If there Is a of possible snow in tne atmos- Â¬ phere You revive you smattering of medical knowledge by a recourse to books You are a monc maniac and a hypochondriac Gradually the strain ttfioa you lessens You get a little sleep as the cbugh re- Â¬ laxes and that strengthens you and makes you feel more like amah in the morning You feel something of the ability to accomplish things again The rawness In your throat gradually dis- Â¬ appears and your lBngS become clear You have Your blood dances again had the grip This is the experience of the lucky one the strong one The weak or ner He vous may not have had such sequel or she may have yielded and died when the fungus filled the lungs on for days Â¬ home THE AUTHOR SWEET HOME THE COURT HOUSE Firrsr Created by 3nmy lied When She Sans the Ballad la Washing ton In 18M -- The Poet Early Hflbtorr Itorled in a Strange Land for Tear HR MUSIC OP THE futuht may be en riched by the pro i BAH ducts of men of more renins learning and Mvill w lsdom than those w WA of to day but It is Â¬ FOR SALE ofIN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE rlrf Ait nl i Vs m Of An jyFflP vj --k Bfiftili I Vffii saT tuat as the world KS stands there will rilong W 8afe wr jj V But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware Cutlery -- W C FITZPATRICK CO Tie I 1 MCE is tie Best Sine Biill Â¬ Â¬ PLOWS Â¬ Bigr Injun Plow THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Â¬ Â¬ Wagon HARNESS WE HANDLE ALL K1IIS OF FARMING AND Â¬ GARDEN IMPLEMENTS Â¬ people On the question of celibate mission Â¬ aries versus meu with families tho re- Â¬ cent testimony of Sir William Hunter will perhaps carry weight To the great laboring toiling mass of tho Indian people there could be no more beneficent Influence than the dally coming in and going out among them of a Christian missionary and his wife and children To millions of their Indian fellow sub Â¬ jects the missionary family was the great dally obleet lesson of the Christian Sir William admits however that life asceticism may be one of the methods likely to give the missionaries access to other classes especially to persons of culture A reporter witnessed an extraordinary scene in the vicinity of Biddleville N Edith Downes No papa I can never C In front of a small cabin a pulpit accept Mr Scads He is nearly twice In this stood a negro my age had been erected preaching at the top of his voice Humph Old Mark Downes But he There was no one except the reporter wont be twenty years from now and the preacher near and the former Edith Downes Then papa let him stood and listened but was not noticed wait the twenty vears On inquiry it was found by the speaker A Itad Hand that the preacher was Robert Bell Two years ago he was fired from the pastor Â¬ The widow had just said no ate of the Presbyterian church at Bid- Â¬ Life is a game said Upson Downes dleville because he would go into his reflectively 1 thought it was draw He was warned ami I drew for a queen but is seems to church barefooted against this offense and heeding it not be euchre for me one Sunday as he attempted to ascend his In that case said the lady consol- Â¬ pulpit shoeless half a dozen good pious ingly you will have to go it alone seized him and fired him from deacons Yes and whats worse said Mr On that day Bell declared the church Downes I cant take my partners best every day card he would preach three times In his own yard and he does it although I always knew yon were a horrid no one goes to hear him mercenary thing remarked the widow ns she cut out of the room and left Mr A pure negro has just been appointed the pastor of t Baptist chapel in Bir- Â¬ Dowites to shuffle sadly on his lonesome He is as black as a coal and way mingham has a profusion of jet black hair but A Good Financier speaks correct and expressive English I hope you are doing well In Father as well as five other languages and has He has the financial world my son a most pleasing countenance father I made three made a hard fight for an English pastor- Â¬ ate and deserves success His name Is thousand last rear but if I have good the Rev P T Stanford and he was tuck this year I shall make a cool fifty born a slave in 1859 in Yirginia the thousand l ather Yon have great business The civil war child of slave parents ability Jack Is it legitimate specula- Â¬ soon released him and he was taken up by the Quakers The woman who had tion Oh yes Miss Hendricks is go- Â¬ Son charge of him ill treated him however so much that he ran away at the age of ing to give me an answer to night During the revival services of 8 A Last Hope Messrs Moody and Sankey in 1876 he Two poverty stricken men were sleep Â¬ delegate by his fellow was sent as a a coat three ing iu their attic room when awaken Â¬ bootblacks receiving they saw buns two cigars and 25 cents A talk ed by a noise window in a stranger getÂ¬ ting in at tho roof One with Mr Moody was the turning point whispered thetho to other in his career Obtaining a situation as Think of a burglar coming to us a servant he worked his way up to the Hush whispered the other Let ministry hin climb in then I will give a yeil and it may make him drop something he has A GOOD STORY ON INGALLS stolen elsewhere Â¬ bt We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes Â¬ fvVaSx TIN ROOFING A SPEC ALT Y Call and see our goods and prices and we will suit you - wc as-- FITZPATRICK Ky CO Main Street Richmond BERKLEY GUTHEIE 18 WATS02T Nls lffiTr5rw and 20 North Upper Street Opposite Court House L3E3 In INQTON EJSTTTTO CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS PAVSES EARLY HOME Of all the aliens who took out letters of naturalization in England last year other cities he went to London and made a successful debut in the same character at Dmry Lane He is described at this time as being as beauti- Sou--Ye- Â¬ The grandest display of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods ever before offerwl the city of Lexington Our own importation of Paris and Berlin Dress Fabrics comprises Ibe latest designs the newest materials Foreign Looms have produced Novelties from Paris exclusively our own no two alike and no duplicates can ae obtained These are tbe rarest and most beautiful Dress Combinations that can he shown this season With French and English Cheviots Broadcloths and plain Suitings in every shade now known Â¬ Â¬ irs Clas Â¬ ful in person as he was remarkable in After leaving London ho vis Â¬ intellect ited Paris where ho passed his time in Bru- Â¬ writing the following dramas Tlferese or The Orphan of Ge- Â¬ tus noa and Clare or The Maid of Mi- Â¬ lan in which he Included the song upon which the authors fame is founded In a number of the Home Journal published many years since were two verses of Heme Sweet Home that do not accompany the usual version and we reproduce them Tell us In despite of the absence of years How sweet the remembrance of home still appears From allurements abroad which bu flatter the eye The unsatisfied heart turns and says with a sigh Home home sweet sweet home Theres no place like home Theres no place like home of Black Bilk superior to all others Every shade in colored Silks with Parisian Novelties to combine Silks from India in unique and marvelous designs Quaint Patterns in Gauzes Crepes aud Tiusels in oriental richness for evening wear Our famous BlaoBL AX3cS brand Colorea JSllls i Lupins Fabrics celebrated throuuhnut the world as th best Silk aud Wool Henrietta Cloths Lupins Drapde Alma Cork Screw Diagonals and A inures Laces Embroideries and Hemstitchings in endless varieties The most com Â¬ plete line of Ladies and Childrens Hosiery every pair warranted We have the entir- - control for thi market of the JENUINE JOCVIN KID GLOVE we keep them iu ill shades from 4 to 30 button length No Glove has ever been produced that bas given so general and perfect satisfaction DKESS MAKING a specialty and is in charge of an aktist of superior merit who has given satisfaction to tbe most fastidious tastee To Bridal Outfits special attention is given WIHIITIE G OOIDS BERKLEY GUTHRIE 42 50 st How His Xante Was Worked Into a Soap Ad Tertlsement Your exile Is blessed with all fate can be Â¬ stow But mine has been checkered with many a LmiliiK Â¬ Â¬ T WELLS CO uy jit SoftCoal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumberyard next to Second Presbyterian church Quickest delivery iu town Lowest prices Try us 0 T WELLS ft 00 1- THE SElfl PXKTMONIA mim E M P SEED crapsky brown iome grown China hemp see guar aew lor sale O I DOUG rice etc 46 Wiggins Block Ciaxinnati O Arclilteoti STEELE Bh Varnalllon Kv Can refer to buildings successfully erected in Richmond Maysviile Mt ig WincUester and Owiugsville 6 5 You can not eat You can not work at - You are a least to your satisfaction sick person more or less useless one of the temporary burdens of the com- Â¬ munity You say to yocrseif each night I will be all right in the morning but the morning finds you about the same You conclude that were you to take a Turk- Â¬ ish ba tli and to guard carefully against cold after It you might hasten your re-Â¬ turn to a normal condition You try peri men t You take the bath and are particularly careful It does seem to help you a little You breathe mare ne degree of relief clearly aD from the extraordinary mental depres sion which has been upon you But the next morning your throat J still rasping Â¬ Substitute Ladies and gentlemen sairf the I find that I cannot perform professor the experiment of inflation as the wind machine is out of order There was a groan of great disappoint- Â¬ ment However added the proessor sud- Â¬ denly I may be able to provide a sub Â¬ stitute Is there a gen leman from Chi- Â¬ cago iu the audience The Mctilut Gag A Good Teacher Who was Judas Boy The fellow whnt hung himself Teacher Why did he hang himself Boy I dunno unlest he wanted to git to some place whereh would not hear any more about McGinty His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has resolved so far to withdraw his patronage and sanction from English literature as to per Â¬ woe mit nobody to use his Yet tho dttfere it our fortunes our thoughts are the same name in a soap adand both as we think of Columbia exclaim This vertisement Heme home sweet sweet home reminds the Wash Â¬ Theres no place like home ington Post of some Â¬ Theres no place like home thing that once hap- In regard to the above verses the cor- Â¬ penea to senator lu- respondent who sent them to the Jour- Â¬ ffT galls David Mr In the winter cf 1833 or 1834 nal says Lewsley who was at I was dining with an American lady the one time a reporter wife of an eminent banker During my for a Washington visit Mr Payne called and presented her journal was sent to with a copy of Home Sweet Home sot hoid an interview to music with two additional verses ad- Â¬ dressed to Iter and these she allowed sesatok xkgaixs wuh the Senator up- Â¬ on an important matter of state The me to copy and I inclose them to you to Senator who had no intention whatever of being drawn into a conversation on print Lewsley met Tho irony of fate is aptly evidenced in that subject grace Mr courteouslywith his veered and the sad death and burial in a strange accustomed land across the ocean of a man whose tho conversation into other channels Somehow for want of another handy love for home and his native land gave subject the Senator to the world the touching ballad that about beards which led said something to barbers and will immortalize his name for ages to of course to the general subject of shav Â¬ come The poet of home was burjed in a for- Â¬ ing By all means said Senator Ingalls eign land and his body rested there for you should thirty years until it was brought to and then he learn to shave yourself with a learned America The remains arrived in Now thoughtful and went onentertaining dis- Â¬ highly York March 13 1883 and lay in state in the Governors room at tho city hall un- Â¬ quisition on the advantages economic self til the following day The body was and metaphysic of shaving onesdo it hiring a then taken to Washington and given in rasher than paid careful barber to to all attention charge of the authorities of Oak Hill Mr Lewsley Senator said fixed facts cemetery The final interment took the mind and said nothing and dates in When the his place June 9 the ninety first anniversary related circumstantially his of the poets birth The burial place Senator bad experiences with razors and own varied was chosen by W W Corcoran and is on the crest of a hill brushes and soaps recommending this which slopes down into the valley make of blade and that brand of lather to Mr Lewsleys use the reporter con- Â¬ of Rock Creek Mr Corcoran selected vinced that he could not learn what he R S Chilton who wrote the inscription for the monument at Tunis as the poet had come to learn arose to go There for the memorial service and since that was or the reporter imagined that there a sen triumphant time the remains of John Howard Payne wasSenator of merry eve as he twinkle politely Ingalls have peacefully reposed in his native in bowed his caller from the room a wink land I have made the After the removal of Howards body which seemed to say from tl1 to nb at Tunis the vacant grave young man really forget what ho came was covered with marble slabs upon for The next morning Senator Ingalls was which were Inscr bed more or less horrified at finding in the Sure when thv ntle spirit fled local newspaper a true report of all no To renin had said including the learned recom- Â¬ el said Wlthoutsti Welcome to Sweet mendation of a certain shaving soap which he unqualifiedly pronounced the Home very best that could be had But the A Test oftHurag reporters vengeance was not yet satis Â¬ Showman Ladies and gentlemen I fied He marked the article and sent will now proceed to enter the caje of it to tho manufacturer of the recom Â¬ mended soap In a fortnight the news-Â¬ this wild untamed lieu Intox cated Man That selhtctf ole papers the periodicals and all the many fel Just you tackle my hlo wifes means employed by advertisers were brought into use and Senator Ingalls mother and then you can brag eloquent eulogy of that soap was printed in every form that could be devised to At the Rrstanrant And the attract popular attention Guest 8y waiter there are two worst of it was the Senator conid not gray hairs in my soup deny that the sions earnest Waiter I bogs your pardon boss Ise and glowing as were all his afraid the cook am moultint nh own Â¬ The Small Boy Again so you ran away from Sunday school to go skating and broke through the ice did you I fell asleep in Son No I didnt church and sot locked in Father But how did you get so wet Son Thafs from the tears I shed when I waked up Father Aha Lexington KESTrrKY WATSON et Punishment Deserved What are you whipping Jack for You know that thero was half a pie left In the pantry Yes Well Im whippiug him for disturb Â¬ ing the pice Not True In Every Case Benson They tell me that laughter la a great health promoter Young Grant Dont you believe Ik My father fell down and old fellow smashed his shin yesterday and I laughed till I was ready to drop When ho got up he whaled the life almost Oh ont of me A health promoter no I hav an Important question to ask you I know what It is She playfully George You want me to be your wife Well take me He rather taken back This is someÂ¬ what sudden isnt it 1 dont know George She tenderly whether it is sudden for you or not but I have waited for it three years She Dreamed It Tie about to ask for a kiss IYAZOO RECORD 257 BROTHER TO TUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL We offer the services of TAJ00 fouhe season of 1890 at Silver Creek Madison County Kentucky at -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- T- Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept and tried regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Will take every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not he responsible for either Tuoo is Vr Hrel4 stands at 300 Bella 0Ht tin at Hand S 23i tad 26 more 230 performm ist dam Yolands dam of Yuba record a24 while in foal and Yazoo 12 by re of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 list 2nd dam Touaj Portia dam of Voltaire record 22tf and sire of Bessimere 2 tSX Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 227 Childe Harold two mile record in 5 04 in England Consuela trial am of Co 230V naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in ttal Voltigeur trial 230 by lfaTWVMn ChiSf sire of Lady Thorn 218J 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred Button Button The above pedigree shows TaiOO to he superbly bred Harold Belmont Mambri Mrs Riverside Rives My dear Miss no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious sires Yolande Fulton how lovely to see you here Were parties very different In yomr Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough Â¬ bred foundation where can you beat it time Miss Ann Fulton Well somewhat aWBook now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Kv In my day the girls wore one buttoned gloves and dresses buttoned up to the 43- S BURNAM CO now they wear one buttoned nock dresses and gloves buttoned up to the neck it 1 T i e sw oh MUSICAL NOTES New Orleans Is BRYANT STRATTON Bums College m ed r n gerfest Tristan Is regarded in German as Herr Yogis greatest impersonation He was the chief representative of the character in Bayreuth In 1888 and now that Herr Niemann has retired he is absolutely The grocery firm of Hagau A Chen- unrivaled in this particular role aolt composed ot J 8 Hsizan and The Menestrel of Paris says of Lalos David henault has this day dissolved new piano concerto The first part a by mutual consent Cbenault retiring J S HAGAN sort of triumphal march and the second March 24 1890 D CHENAULT an andante are the best adding that the concerto is not really a piano con certo but an orchestra com position In As we have dissolved partnership which the pianoforte executes a special we will have to call 00 our friends 10 part which could be transferred to the come and settle immediately We in orchestra without any difficulty and need money and money we must have without detracting In the least from the Settle at ouce and ssve cost general effect shortly to have a San DISSIII11UIITICE Mccarty oas and Steam Pittis i a PlumMng- - Pump Repairing a Specialty All kind of pumps kept at C T Wells Co a Coal yard or W G Whites Drujr Store 50 49 Â¬ Real Estate and General Collecting Agency ftweiiial attention paid to the sale and exchange of Real Esta collection of all kinds of accounts 47 46 THOMAS B AYRES 41 44 Hagjn 4 Chenaclt I rrnt Shows through WALLER BENNETT B H NEALE THE CLIMAX Vta4yi be Caaage in Gljndon Barber Shop Joe Mackev find his dining room bus iness at the Glyndon will not allow him - April 13 I8t0 any time for hia barber shop to he has dspoeed of same to kit able it E II Farmer who has secured S100 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY the services of two other experienced bar- Thc new proprietor intends to Away f100 ia Geld fteOtaU will maintain the high standard and popularity tt its Sabsrrisers of the house paid up at least to Every subscriber Sew IMgt Rooms The Masons of Richmond have pur April it iSyi will be given a iickct in The one drawing first prize chased of Mr Joe Collins the Luxon the drawing receive 5 in GoU the one drawing property on Main Street and will convert will tmtd and third stories into commosecond prize will receive 30 in Gold the dious and elegant lodge rooms for the one drawing third priae will receive 15 Commandery Chapter and Blue Lodge ke one drawing fourth prize will The first story and basement will continue to be used for business purposes The 5 in Gold and the one drawing prize will receive iwo rears auo- - third story will fce enlarged to twice or filth thrice its present size The price paid is Tarn Ctoux Â¬ Caaiag On its Special Trains of sixty cart The Biggest and Best Show on llarth and will exhibit at Richmond Friday May 2 The Old Reliable Show of John Robinsons Great Worlds Exposition Roman Hippodrome 3 Menageries combined 4 circuses given in 4 rings enormous elevated stage and trained animals empoyiug ever 1000 men women and horses A menagerie of 60 carved and gilded chariots containing over 1500 rare and costly animals the museum is complete with wonders the giant horse the camel back hoi ses part horse part camel the little people the man who impanncls his sister with knives and hatchets The days of ancient sports and games Sixty beautiful children and reproduced sixty Shetland ponies in all the pastimes races and sports of the Romar hippodrome Pondcrou- - Elephant camel and buffalo races The funny clown burrow donkey pig sack and wheel barrow race The four circus rings side by side in which are given four performances at one and the same time one ring being devoted to lady acts one ring exclusively for male performances one ring used only by for eign stars and one ring in which nothing but children acts are given In the 300 000 street parade will be seen sixty cages and dens 31 chariots 13 kinds of music steam caliopc steam organ pony 300 horses too ponies Â¬ Â¬ tally-ho-coa- Major Seeds Experience with the Termado THIN COLUMN 11000 s 5 the neck of a neighboring professional Almont and tearing of the winds breaking of gentleman who wont stay in his office 5 x 5 2 5 -2 timbers and crushing and grinding noise z Belmont Mm Lizzie Morgan wife of Cal as if the whole building was in a rock to com Â¬ Morgan Lexington attempted Onward 5 crushing machine of gigantic proportions mit suicide It is said Hint she was g Vatican g B With these came a thick cloud of dust Ami boomer Abdalbrino a from the lime and sand in the plaster Sophie Hweet Hie author of Cap - --i o At the same time that we are gratified which blew with great force and nearly breech loading Idol vou want a lluasc lurried W S 2M 1 tain Polly will contribute a short story n O r to witness so many evidences of th ilt and stifled one filling nostrils and lungs jt gal for 5 cents If so The residence of Hiram Shearer in this Bud Crooke to the number of Harpers Young Peo-Â¬ a caL county situated en the hill overlooking enterprise in our little city we ar- glad While this was happening after the col- J c 5 Yazoo ple to be published April Sth In the the ttooley Bottoms and a mile or two that real estate is steadily advancing in lapse of the building as above set out I Date of Combination horse sale changed S Candidates m City offices read Chair same number W Hamilton Gibson M o Tr a Sioce this is a proof of a genuine was descending evidently like unto an to Thursday May 1st destroyed hv fire price man Willi s call elsewhere in todays from Ford Was totally will continue his series of illustrated Vandal demand for lots on which to build homes ra 2 J elevator only a little faster On every shot tly after noon on last Wednesday Only -3 i natural bistory articles witli a talk on s 0 --i y JZ It is estimated that Bourbon has lost 1 3 a side in the darkness could be heard a few things were saved and there was no yet we want it to be unmistakably im 5 C Quickening Seeds It Kentuc- - j We screams and exclamations of the terrified 50000 by mares slipping their colts pressed that we are anti boomer k holders of Kir Lavratta and insurance on house or contents S 5 The And other good Stallions represented Cottages for Kelt l River Turnpike Company 6ee notice origin of the lac is supposed to have been have but little faith in any town which people I felt a sudden stop in my de Â¬ G G White of the Gilt Edge Stock will puff beyond all natural requirements ion scent excruciating pains in my limbs Farm Paris sold on Tuesday to John E Two fiHir room cottnges on E Street accidental in course of construction Heady May For Catalogues apply to It was a weatherboarJed frame house or whose dimensions and prices are out of and heard all around me the most horri- Madden of this city the black stallion Mr T B Haclett has bought 76 acres Unall proportion to their surroundings 44-fying groans and moans of dying victims Cay Wilkes foaled 1880 by Geo Wilkes C T Wells 1st of the lames Parks land out on the Red and the first of the kind built in that end TJCHMOND KENTTCKY 43 48 of the county It was near forty years natural inflation in values is certain to be I instinctively opened my eyes which I 122 price 20000 Lexington Press ik An examination of the auditors ac old and lor years was the home of Samuel followed by relaxation and depression had closed while passing through the Longfellow is the only thoroughbred counts shows that over f 31000000 have Peris and over the Midland LlqlOK KVBIT li alf Mrs Lifla Clark died in Marshall DRiNKKrs shearer Sr and afterwards of James B which is as certain as the human body is driving cloud of dust in my descent stallion in Kentucky who stands at as been paid magistrates lu this State Texas March 23rd She was a native Go the W orlU there is bat lie Care gi when you go to Frankfort relaxed after the use of unnatural stimu Â¬ and saw around me by the vivid flashes Butncr Lexington alone within the last 40 years by Paris to I ixington afternoons Dr llaiaes tinMen Sjeeific of Lancaster and her maideu name lants or excitement So take warning of lightning the rightful wreck I was much as 500 Around Robert McGregor aa or enew four trotting stallion It can lie given in J li Oldhaai Promoted was Price friends syndicates property holdeis and standing upright nearly in the center of SEED CORN without the kin If you see anything unusual in the con- and Red 11 Our Dallas exchanges announce the ap- officials do not encourage the boom in the debris buried to my waist in bricks Baron Wilkes William L efleelinK tsTinanei White seed corn 188 crop for sale JWiiKN you are constipated with lows whether Hie mK Dan llarber dont be alarmed its Wilkes are advertised to stand at that B Oldham to the Paris too far remember and profit by pointment of Mr of siipetiie headache lake one of Dr mi Hlrohohr wreck ThoanandS JAMES MUNDAY a bov George Myers is in the same boat cashiership of the John Texas National your experience a few years back You timbers and deal or dying human beings price Axtell commands 1000 laaaaaa J H McLeans Little Liver aud Kid karwa aaaa aassd waa North No other human form appeared above the 44 45 White Hall Ky ney Pillels They are pleisatit to take Mr T Anglin Angliana Stud Farm The Street Railway Company has been Bnk of that city Mr Oldhams first w ho have lots for sale dispose of tf em at wreck except Bro Jno Blacs who was at trffrt thrir own fr will The Board of Equalization has com- Â¬ and will aura vou 25 cs a vial 40 52 kuItm fnim lis ruin oraniied the books open for subscrip- connection with the banking business was a reasonable and fair valuation or build my left side buried nearly exactly simi- Lexington Ky has sold to GJ Lang ft 11 pw rt icnlarx mi1 for irruUu nd pleted its labors which resulted in tions of stock and about 7000 has been as an under clerk in a bank in Terrel in J neat modest houses for sale or rent to bo lar to myself But I am growing weak Buffalo N Y a bay suckling filly by Sam Burdett the famous newspaper teM AldreHs in cfMifldcnof 17 1K about 2000000 being added to the tax- Â¬ man from Oar rant county was marri- lHoRat taken Subsequently he was connected na fide settlers or residents Dont en my strength will not permit me to lengthen Baron Wilkes dam Kincora dam of 1S85 able property of the State Mambrino Patchen by Constantine ed last week at Denver to a Chicago When vou go to Lexington in the alter with the State National Bank of this city courage speculation or strike the key note into a description of what followed niCTlLDVERTISEMENTSr lay aside the wind Suffice it to say that I exerted all my This filly was fouled April 7 and sold the That will give as a bookkeeper and for the year previous of tinkling noon go by way of Paris All travelers either tor pleasure or lady 10 hours in Lexington before time to his late promotion was assistant cashier bugle and confine yourselves to facts business agree in tills that or conveenergies to save myself and others and same day for 5000 Live Stock Record Climax Collars and Chains of the institution in whose service he still Those who have taken an active part in there in the drenching rain that followed The new trotting association at St to return TOURISTS nient trains luxurious and elegant Remaining unclaimed in the is Mr Oldhams rapid advancement in the process of inflation are apt to be the tornado and lasted for about half an Paul Minn has completed its organizaWhether ou pleasure bent or business equipments splendid coaches quick Considerable complaint is heard of the his I have an excellent lot of collars OftW at Rictimoud Ky week ending ciuisen calling has been the result blamed for the dead flat which will follow hour I worked manfully all the time suf tion and filed its charter To distinguish should take on every trip a bottle of time perfect road bed and elegant dinApril 15 large number of fast horses that are daily equally of a pronounced ability in finan- it Remember the sad fate of some of our fering terrible pain from my broken left it clearly from the senior association it is ing car service the C C C St L By collar pads hames chains back bauds Baxter Lucv M Â¬ Horn Mrs Marya Syrup of Figs aa it acta moat pleas Must somespeeded along the streets ciering and of an integrity of character much boomed neighbors whose paper leg I assisted two others out and un- called the Minnesota Driving Club The Big Four itoute is the speediest safest and oilier things for plowing Hone M Black Geo C antly and effectually on tue kidneys body be run down 42- OEO V PICKELS Hannerv M M that has won the confidence of every di- bullets although stunning haye only a covered a buried body of a man whose executive committee proposes to build at liver Blair Fannv and bowels preventing fevers aad beet road between Cincinnati In M - A manda Ballew Wise Turnpike contractors observe notice by rectory in whose interests he lias served score o suckers to show for 10000 spent Stock Farm headaches and other forms of hand stood up in front of me like a spectre once a 25000 club house dianapolis ami Chicago It sickness The Xatioual Hotel in Mt Sterling Baxter John M Mc Daniel Wm C C Chrisman President of Kirksville He is a son of Col W MOldham of only to find that he was dead Finally The combination horse sale at Bowline For sale in 60c and f 1 00 bottles by all The National Building and Loan has been sold to Turner Brua tor 25- Cauraw Joseph The Boys Have a Word to Say and Kentucky River Turnpike for ex this city and the Colonel is justly proud McCasaa Margarett help came some stranger reached down Green was well attended by a number of leading druggists Chenault Lamar Association of Louisville declared their The Danville Advocate received infor i of that road ol of him Colson Wm Denison Texas Sunday Gain the hole I had made by my hurried good buyers from various sections of the n Mrs E Clark Will F There are at present outstanding first semi annual dividend of 6 per FoR sick headaclie female trMlble mation that Mr Blythe Anderson son of right hand and pulled out the last and country During the three days sale over zette An important notice by Owen McKee jcv 6000 more cent un the entire amount paid in on neuralgic pttiu in the head take Dr J Dechard Richard Col Joe Anderson late of this county obstinate brick that held my foot like a 200 horses were sold prices ranging from 111600 in county bonds in relation to the business of McKee The Maps Ready H McLeniis Liver aud Kidney Eastham Mr Geo were ordered to be issued tor turnpikes capital stock out ol the net earnings PellelM 25 Little vial and Mr Mulligan son of Fayettes State vice down in the debris and which I Eads Robt For first class 40 52 cents a Traynor for the pa t several years is pub Â¬ 25 to 750 per head tor the six mouths ending April 1 1890 Maps of the Dillingham addition to senator in company with two other MooC Baaaa inJa could not reach myself I was soon res business horses either for saddle or har- some time ago and Tuesday the amount lished to dav bv Mr McKee Richmond the property of the Richmond joung men acted outrageously at BryScene A lonely spot ou a dark night Ewell R S pres Â¬ Mad dogs are a terror to everybody cued after this and bourne to a place of ness Bowling Green and Warren county was increased 5500 making the ready for antsville and in that vicinity as they Wculd the gentleman be so kind as lo Fox letferMin ent and immediate bonded indebted Â¬ So waa the chicken cholera until Can Theodore Hacker has greatly improved Investment Company are now I could not help noticing at this is not second to any point in Kentucky They were lithographed by journeyed across the country in a private safety distribution Besides his revol- Â¬ Foggins Mias Casta ness of the county 22000 Stanford ters magic cholera cure was introduced assist a poor man the old eye sere of a house that stood on M Pii Gardner time probably one hour after the catasIt is a noticeable fact that the fleet little Journal Company conveyance Lexington to trophe that the torrents of rain had ceas from Gentry Miss Edieth Gracar M Main Street just at the crossing of the the Louisville Lithographic here Sold no cure no pay by Stock Â¬ ver I have nothing in the wide world Annan while at work on the from Capt Williamsons survey Aarknya Donr Given Win M Danville on the occasion of the Inter ed the wind was whist the air soft and pacer Ed K C and converted it into a bar room ton 4 Brooks Richmond Ky It ilTlMWXakWi A fcireat Popalar tyrloaedia track or in his races never wears a toe Halbva Miaa M Ranalta Hrm Wimurt Summaa siscr thouldahrmT The streets are Main Lvndcn Race Col legiate Oratorical Contest Friday bebalmy and the moon nearly directly in weight or a boot When asked why this Bug treth It Go bv wav of Paris morning K C train Almont Irvine Bij Hill Fairview MaHamilton I no M Some one has figured that there are t umd wbea children an enrtpeodacaraatural Tlie last volume issued of Aldens fore last The bad behavior of the boys the zenith was shedding down upon the e rJagtasL anl take the Sjuthern to ple Oak Vine Holly Steep and Lake Page who once Manifold Cyclopedia is fully up to the in Deuver Col thirty one millionaires quia tUcp aad Ike little rberab twnkma bright laaaaa from G a m to 7 r was remarked Mr Jim as set forth by the Advocate consisted of awful picture of the ruins her most inaa a buttoo ft la very plea nt to taete It M Money order and reii tered letter I 11c will give you several Thi It is because high standard of the preceding vol- MfeMf aggregate wealth is 46500000 owned and educated him sooths the chuAaodrna the on allayi all pain A remote corner is marked Chimbo shooting at two men on the road insulting tense and brightest rays trulatetbowlaaDJi the linltauaa nastily hours i rompt 7 JA M In 6 P M I M I taught him to pace and go to the top of umes and readers will be pleased to and thirty live xemi milliouaires whose the Falls City andreturn same razo or diarrhoea whether arana Iron Imlliiim or BWILLIS several ladies including a ministers wife Great goodness how I have spun out his speed without pulling his head up with learn of the rapid progress the work is wealth aggregates 17500000 making other eaaaea Twanty flr sent a bottle da The lots in this addition will be brought shooting into a school house while school this letter You will pardon me I know the over check I always gave him his now making 6 5 strong financial allies In all 64000000 owned by sixty six itv Court ol Claims will assemble near the business part of town by a street was in session and in substance rubbing when I tell you that I have nothing in the head when speeding and he learned to tiave recently been secured in the pub men - car line court house next Monday coma deep cardinal red all over the neighborVersailles is to have a new Bank It world to do for six or eight weeks except take care of his legs Rarus never re- lisliiug department two large print lug The officers of Ve Investment Com- hood Anderson was arrested at Dan ille of the County Judge and eighteen File Play ias Cards has been chartered by the Legislature to remain in bed and either read or write quired a knee boot until he went out of my offices are now at work upon it and the 1 where I see iriend Tipton noted my escape in of the Peace Hand in your pany are C D Chenault Presdient Vin and taken back to Bryantsville Send ten 10 cents in stamps or coin There will lie an election of the offi See Wilkee Baxter about your paint hands Maxey Cobb had been spoiled publication is to be hasteued to com cent Boreing Vice President Madison the adjustment cost him 75 Two others claims The Climax I know by the way he when I took hold of him and therefore I pletion with all the speed that abund to John Sebastian Qeul Tkt and Pass ing aud you can get a good job at the cers f Kirksville snl Kentucky Kiver Turnpike oini anv on Saturday May C D Chen National Bnk Treasurer o each paid put it up that he was thinking of what he had to put boots on him and an over ant resource and energy can give it Agt Chicago Rock Island ft Pacific lowest price ilig Hill and Manchester company 43 46 3rd UMl at J B Walker Bros aul Vincent Boreing A F Richards The boys have written an explanation By for a pack of the latest smooth Reed more of your check has often said tome C C CHRIMAN are taking all steps necessary to put a Store People have woudered how a work of Harrison J D- - Harris J S Collins which was published in the Lexington GOOD JOB OH 44 46 est slickest playing cards hat ever President fool luck A6k him if he did not Show ition to a vote of the people in So far this season the evidences before such superior merit and magnitude gladdened the eyes and rippled along John Bennett Directors Press They disclaim having shot at any him this letter and ask him if he wants a Let Wilkes Baxter do your paper and Jackson counties at an one and say that if the school house was man to write him a dime novel or two us indicate the existence in Madison and so handsomely and thoroughly the fingers of the devotee to Seven Up hanging and get a good job at the lowA Century cf Drugs early day Notice to county of an unusually large number of well got us a rival of the Britaunica Casino Dutch Euchre Whist or any est prices struck it was accidental They also say 43 46 Appleton and the rest could In noticing the purchase by Mr J C that tliev did not offer insult to ladies or after pattern of Squint Eyed Bob the stallions Mr David Chenault of Cain Spring We notice also that the quality Johnson other ancient or modern game and get Bully of the Woods etc If he does I Lace Cartaias Â¬ The Kirksville and Kentucky Bivr wai in town last county court dar He has Bryant of his partners interest in the any one else They accknowledge that am his man but I shall never again at- has increased with the quantity A glance be published at all at prices so remark- your moneys worth five times over It Ac Overstreet Our Lace Curtain stock is complete Turnpike Koad tnmpanv will receive corner they left home with some whisky and pised an April court day for twelve drug store of Bryant at the cards already printed at The Cli ably low and searchers after knowl1S0O for tempt to describe to any one the terrors ot bids until the BM of Apri A remarkable coincidence in connec- 40- - Crdskk Bkxsktt A Ukmston and only one or two since the war of Main and Upper streets Lexington max office reveals the appended list edge as well as the publishers are to tols and cartridges and at Bryantsville the tornado as seen by the further completion of their road the Press says Can you down him Yazoo z27o the property of T S be congratulated upon the new promise tion with the death of the President of A tire at Mortousville Woodford beicimiiuie at the Schooler they replenished They were susperded Your friend The stand has been occupied by a from college and claim that their suspen a an electric railway in Ohio is that he county deptroyed the store of W F extending to the river in ali Co at Silver Creek This of success A 40 volume Cyclopedia Burnam ever had as large a bus A J Reed cwbpaper drug store for a hundred years The first including an Unabridged Dictionary of was killed while violating a rule lie Manuel including post office and mail All buls must I accompanied bv good well known horse is a beautiful chestnut April county court day in Kich- - George W Norton who found the bus- sion is due to the exaggeration of their conreference C C CHRISMAN high of extraordinary muscle language large type several thousand himself had made torbiddiug passen Â¬ Loss 8000 hands duct rather than to to the conduct itself 15 President 44 46 PERSONAL is The Climax had on Monday left it at his death to tor 30 and even that gers to get oil or on the front platform iest successful and weighs 1050 pounds He is a brother illustrations all vcellence of the paper the price you spit U phlegm aud are troub If his son Mr George W Norton who Mr R M Dudley Jr is at home a to Yuba 224fe- - Yazoos sire is Harold in such easy instalments as one pleases while the car was in motion led with a hacking and the gold prizes catch the boys made a large fortune out of it The suc few days from the East sire of Maud S and twenty six more to ask almost is a great thing for the the H MeLeau a Tar Wine LuuirB Has 11 hmim Spec imeu pages sent free to Why not take the cattle fiom around cessors to this firm were Ballard Wilpublic 40 52 First dam Yolande performers Mr J B March is at Middlesborough Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose tor Co with whom Mr J C the public square on corutdavs It is too liamson second dam Young Portia Yazoo stands any applicant by the publisher John seeing how the land lies Nine cottages and two stables at the Ladies ami Misses In May 1883 much crowded Debts due McKke A Traynor tor Retire tlem to some Bryant wa connected Mr E T Burnam has returned from a at 40 which we believe is the highest B Alden New York Oblcago aud 40-- Cbouke Bexnett Ukmston Kentucky Association Race Course iu the services of stallions serving maren near streeet where they will have more Messrs Bryant Si Overstreet formed a It Vice President and General Manager stay of several weeks in the South Atlanta price in the county Iexington burned Tuesday night No in 1sX7 1888 18S snd IS00 must be room and leave the streets around the partnership and bought out the business 11 E Huntington of the Keuicky CenMrs W T Williams died iu Dan Â¬ horses losL Warlock a fine horse from the Palo Dick Wall sold at Cynthiana two paid to Owen KcKee All roan Mrs Willis llisle and Mr Wm Hisle ana hare continued prosperously ever tral has appointed Mr Lewis Hood to be court house open for the pablic farmed in 1S89 by McKee A Traj Alto farm California is announced by lots back of Court House to Mrs ville aged about 30 year wife are visiting in Clark county and fashaure Ombrehaving colts living at weaiiug time since General Superintendent with headquarH C Traynor at 25 Mr Traynors Abram Keller Br 38 feet front tor Robert C Chenault and Miss Alice Frequently accidents occur in the We have the novelty wf the season in will he paid for by Owen L Kee Col D W Tribble will attend the place is at the fair grounds in the suburbs Co ters in Cincinnati where all the general The firm of Ballard Williamson 1500 cash It contains the little old household which eau e burns cuts Francis were married in Lexington on last owner of the Colt9 April 14 1S90 Clay Hardwick wedding this morning was composed in part of Mr John C offices have been removed Warlock is by Whips log Court House in which Henry Clay sprains and bruises tor use in such cashmere ombres of Richmond 44-OWEN MtKEE Wednesday Both are of this place aad Mrs J D Good lot of Whites Station Ballard of this place and Prof C V cases Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil 40- - Ckookk Bennett Urm3ton sire of the great when a young mac defended a DutchThe Louisville Southern has sued out an 227V by Electioneer the groom is motor power of the Climax tor many years beeu the Liniment has Lexington last week to visit Sunol 2 10 at years old Williamson First dam by man for murder injunction against the Monon restraining went to 3 Mrs Polly Johnson died in George office A steam engine is of little use constant favorite family remedy Mr Brvant is a native of Bryantsville Thorndale322 by Alexanders Abdallah that road from making further efforts to relatives town last week in the 94th year of he Ths 40 52 when Bob is about The Climax ex Garrard county and will be glad to see to moat people The White House Mr E R Norris and wife of St Louis dam Dolly dam of Onward 225 Dirdepreciate the bonds of the Southern age tends a wheel barrow full of congratula- Â¬ means a flat two story UDpicturesque A man with a penchant tor statistics who were visiting Dr and Mrs Frazee ector his old neighbors Second dam Rosalind The Monon has filed a suit in the United 2174 tions A Lexington paper says that the as the view generally has computed that more than 4000000 If your kidneys are inactive you This while house by Alexanders Abdallah even iu the States Court at Louisville against the have gone home 221 Supplement To Day couple was the best dressed and the best given of it shows the severely plain miles of blood pass through the veins will feel and look wretched melancholy W M tckey his I have rented of J Mr George Evans son of Dr G W beautiful mahogany bay with white points most cheerful society aud Southern but the nature of it has not btxn looking that has struck the city for some north front but there are many other of an ordinary human being during ou Ihe IMlieet occasions Dr J H Mc- - Barber Shop at Hotel Glyudon and Evans is at home after a sojourn of a is hands 3g inches high is well form known 15 Owing to the crowded condition of our made time views of the home of our Presidents the lifetime of seventy years Leans Liver and Kidney Balm will will continue in business Hope our year or two in Kansas ed and has much good blood besides that columns we put forth an iS column supple Â¬ A very large crowd gathered at he set you right again Oue Dollar per idd frieuds and customers wiii come to and we are indebted to Demarests Ketyideaee Sold Col C R Estill left yesterday for a already mentioned see me as I intend to have two of the for spectacles if bottle 40 52 You ment with this issue aad purpose keeping railroad meeting yesterday filling the Family Magazine for laying them be Â¬ you usewill have no use barbers in the city You will out trip to Estill Mo where he will sojourn Dr J H McLeans Strength- Â¬ J Brooks has sold his home corner it up as long as the pressure continues Co also at the Charles E Colyer Court house to the walls Mr W H fore ua The May number of this pop- Â¬ ening Eye Salve it removes the lilui The State Board ol Equalization rais- - have to wait for a few days with his brother Robert Oak and High streets to H C Traynor fair grounds announce their splendid sad 44- On the first page of the supplement we Miller led off in a sensible speech showE H FARMEiL Magaalne literally take you to and scum which accumulates on the ed Clark countys assesameut two per money kings of that dle stallion The price paid is ioo Possession Janu give a poem entitled They Say hands four ular Jcssa Cobb 15 It is ing the benefits that would be derived who is one of the eye balls subdues Inflammation cools cent Washington and shows you the White section ary 1st years od 1200 lbs weight fine action and soothes the irritated nerves well worth your time whether you are fond from the road and urging the people to Mr Daniel Breck McDowell of Indi- and chestnut color Jesse Cobb is by House from every point of view as strengthens weak and failing siieht 2o Uaadkerrhiefs of poetry or not take 25000 stock in it The amount Com WaaUoa Sale Hate Ckaagea 40 52 anapolis returned to his old home last Mark Diamond first dam by Tuttle horse well as lis charming surroundings The cents a box Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs A Nijiht of Danger is a thrilling story would not have lo be paid for 30 yews seventeen beautiful iilustratious will week after an absence of a number of The managers of the combination he by Estill Eric sire of dam of Georgette It is proposed to commence at an 40-- Crooks Benhett A Ukmston that will please all who enjoy such literature and it would not cost over 5 cents on the give you a better idea of the nations years He looks to be in good health and horse sale have decided to change the Will make the season of 1890 at M Killed the Mule1 is a humorous in Â¬ pay it He was followed by Gov 219 and Bell Vara 238 Second dam Executive Mausion than you could early day the erection of a monument lie 100 to The State Teachers Association will A Phelpss place 4 miles from Rich Â¬ otherwise prosperous date from May 2nd to May 1st The Lucy by Young Davy Crockett third to the memory be held iu Frankfort Ihe coming June mond on the Jacks Creek i ike at 10 cident of Western life Hind man who spoke very encouragingly possibly gala by a personal visit and at Crawfordsvllle Ua Mr W L Crutcher entertained the conflict with the circus causes this change TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Qeiel Mount Vernon The articles about the road and told how anxious the Century Club on last Tuesday night The dam by Cannon Whip fourth dam by never before has it beeu so fully and of Alexander H Stephens If you waut lo buy a sulky snrrey Money due when colt U halted or mare Those acquainted with pedi Traveler Disruption of people of Adair was to have it built Writing as a Trade Advance tar Tie Published by beautifully illustrated supper was a delightful one Dr A W buggy or carriage call on Donelson parted with -will see at once that this horse has Mr F B Adams in charge of the ad- Friendship and Work of Literary Wom Â¬ Judges Baker and Garnet t alto frcm Smith presided and Prof Cleland read gress W Jennings Demoreet 16 East 14th PEAVINE JR to by Old Peavine tor he baa the latest beat and cheapest excellent blood all interesting Adair made highly favorable speeches an able paper on Ship Subsidies vertising car of Robinsons great circus en are 1st dam by Bolivar 2nd dam Jalappa It In 6- The wet weather is over and the Henry Duncan at his stables in Rich Street New York- l The iiiustr ited column on the grip is not and were followed by D W Vandeveer this was in Richmond last week Forest by Ned iWeat 3rd dam by He Ur an connection the tarrifi was discussed A dispatch from Lancaster says that ground will be dry euough to plow by mond offers the services of Confederate The administrator of S T Olase ot Crockett 4Ui dam by Traveler At exceedingly agreeable gentleman and too late to aid these who have not had the J C Rodemer and Judge Varnon Mrs Thos J Scott has returned to her Chief just returned from Canada where Judge James Patterson was pulled from the middle of nxt week Iu the mean Owen county has sued the Cincinnati is a beautiful bay PEAVINE knows precisely what to do and how to do disca c or have not recovered from it the conclusion of the speaking a motion home in Richmond Mrs Henry Perry he distinguished himself both on the track his horse by one he waa leading aud time drop in and buy your collars Southern railway for 30000 and the 164 bauds hitch heavy mane aud tail The illustrated article on John Howard was made and carried that no roony it wbea it comes to advertising a circus of Richmond is a guest of Mr and Mrs and in the stud This beautiful brown sustained injuries that will doubtless hames trace chains back bauds plow administrator of Nathan Bodley of 4 years old good style and tine action Payne the famous author of the even more should be paid till the road is completed R M Mrs A G Woods of stallion 16 hands high is of fine form and prove fatal He is 80 years old and lines Ac Hunter 44 51 8 AD M PHELPS New Potatoes I exingtou has sued the same load for should be to the Casey county line-- A petition was Home Sweet Home famous 42- Richmond is visiting her parents Mr and a graceful mover He is by the famous served as county judge of Garrard OEO V PICKELS The largest and nicest new potatoes for 10000 Both men were ruu over by read by everybody Then there are vari- then presented and scores of men signed Mrs Charles Hemphill Nicholasville old Clark Chief sire of Croxie the time of year we have ever seen were from 1852 to 1868 219 Lexington claims to have discovered trains and killed ous humorous and otherwise readable it asking the county court to order un left at the Climax office Monday by J Journal and five others in 2 rjo or better and the V- natural gas skctche and Tunierville election in the Stanford cases of Fever and Ague the blood Senator Hoar has purchased the sumMr W M Simmons of Missouri City W Garrison of this county Some of Majolica Is In effectually though not so danger of Phallas 213 aa precincts on the question of subscribing Mo who was visiting his nephew Mr T grand sire Old people suffer much from disor Â¬ mit of Asiiehutiiskit Mouutaiu in Pax Cirrus lJth of Aprilihem were as big as a hen egg They Wilson 2i64 and ten others better ously poisoned by the effluvium of the ders of the urinary organs aud are al ton Mass 25000 to the stock of the company o B Hackett and other relatives this coun- 215 2 P- were of this years growth Can you beat The performances of French Si Cos than 30 The sire also of William atmosphere aa it could be by the dead ways gratified at the wonderful effects for the right of way ty has gone home be used in paying He is a native of poison Dr J H McLeans Chills of Dr J H Leans Liver and Kidney Croppy suffocations night coughs Great Rail Road Circus Museum MeArthur 2194 and Lady Love Sleepy liest The meeting was a very enthusiastic one Madison and has been absent more than Fever Cure will eradicate this pois nagerie and Hippodrome1 were greeted Chief and Confederate Maid all better andfrom the system Fifty cent a bot Balm in banishing their roubles Oue and all the cummou affectious of the on New Building and the people seemed in earnert about twenty years He is one of the wealthiest throat and lungs quickly relieved by 40 52 Dollar per bottle yesterday by packed houses and the ex than 230 This horse has an additional tle 40 52 Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Mr F B Carr will build a nice resisecuring the road Mr II E Hunting- Â¬ men of his section traordinary performances of this unriv line of blood too lengthy for this para40 52 Tlie high water around Marysville Balm By the industry of the Special Comton manager of the K C met with the dence on Broadway making three rcsi Among the prominent visitors in the ailed aggregation of first class female graph is Cal has driven into town hundred of mission appointed in that behalf it commissioners last evening and spole Boomer office this week was Mr James dencesin progress on that attractive street H K Snow of Cotonta Ventura Low 3ati Palace Steamcws equestriennes anl male riders singing and Son at Kingston offer now reported that the amount of jack rabbita that are killed iu the G J White very favorably about the building of the F Slusher Mr Robert R Burnam and Mr Edaar President of the Peoples oouuiy Ca intends to plant 50 acres Focr Trrsa pav Waek Balauau ex low price of 5 grotesque clowns aciobalic and eriel He promised to ride over Bank and a Director of the Pineville Red Chief at the very Honest Dick Tates deficit baa been streets Cumberland Last year he Turley will each buiid valuable residences of peanuts this season DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND hibitions of strength and agility and last Red Chief is a beautiful red sorrel 15 few weeks and report Land Si Lumber Company reduced by the collection of outstandthe line in the next Imperfect digestion and assimila- gathered 400 sacks from 18 acres on Smiths summit The building spirit Mr Slusher though not least the wonderful perfor Peavine Jr he by old Peavine ing notes checks etc to a little more tion produce disordered conditions of 8k w Oakland awn Ma his decision The commissioners effected is Bell countys efficien t Clerk and is row hands by is growing stronger day by day mances of the highly educated horses Buruam A Hume are ageuts tor first he by Rattler and he by Stockbridge Bmj Waafc Oar the system which grow aud are coil last night Stanford a candidate for County ludge an organization than 46000 Pineville firmed by neglect Dr J H McLeans class insurance companies Try them mules goats and dogi were re DETROIT AND CLEVELAND AddiUoa is The t Umax OflU Chief The pedigree runs along back -Journal Boomer T -- ir T -- r li i mat 1 n Strengthened Cordial and Blood Puri Wall Papers 33 32 through Hambletonian and other fine Within the past week The Climax has ceived with shouts ot laughter and apfier by its tonic properties cures indi Â¬ Jacks are Trumps George A Hill of Centreville brought strains to the Copperbottoms of half OJ i Illustrated Pamphlets Largest and cheapest line of wall pa- Â¬ gestion and gives tone to the stomach died Five Hundred Dollars in type and plaust To say tiiat the snow gave uni- Â¬ -John A Fleece cou of Dr Fleece byjMrT ekMArtttarjatiin versal satisfaction wculd be only to repers in town Monroe Leer of Paris has sold in the to town a rare bird killed by him This century ago 40 52 other material to its already well equipped 100 per bottle deceased of Danville was killed by t Paja Aaarr E ft WHIT by our ex last two weeks 42 jacks at an average cf species is a stranger in this latitude and Dr Giles Harris near Speedwell for 40- - Crooke Bennett A Urjuton office We arc determined to lack noth peat what has been said of it The wedding of Theodore Thomas to the cars near Memphis BetaS Cku at goes to make up a complete outfit changes throughout the country during over 700 and since September 1st 1880 the only one ever seen in this region It the moderate price of 8 offers his Johnson of Boyle county bought or Miss Fay of Chicago will take place KM fitovss- has sold 66875 w orth of jacks and jen- Â¬ weighs but four pounds yet measures full horse Celim a Lexington and West End parties 22 head of three and on May 7 We have the most improved and approved the past season six feet from tip to tip of wings The legs Highlander op everything nets He is a blood bay 15 Best make of Lidies and Misses Kid The management are to be congratucattle at 2J to 2 cents Every pair Trnkie Baxbsr Mr Leer married Miss Amelia Turner and talons are very strong which com- hands high fincy disposed and altogether The C C C A St L By Big Four Gloves ever in towu lated upon their thorough efficiency in bought In Casey a Huun A Burns A Kia er Last Week Route to the only line between Cin Â¬ guaranteed looking after their legion of patrons more of fvis county sister of Mrs Joe Phelps bined with the great sweep of wings en attractive The Doctor has furnished a heifers at 2J cents bunch of a mecha iic are favored by the particularly in the absence of all the of Fayette formerly of this county A Urmston cinnati Iudiaoapoito LaFayette and 40- - Crooke Bks n able it to carry off prey of consderable lengthy pedigree 106 EAST MAIN HTREET and a lot of butchers stuff at 2 cents Chicago which makes connection iu r so tint they can work six wltole M Boen with his well bred weight Its imbs have a strong fishy clement at card sharpers and rough J public sale in Lincoln county 1U sold at 114 a head ot Rome Ga baa At The city council Some scrub cattle is a beautiful ornithologiCentral Uniou Depot at Ciociouaii a flrat ebkaj shop Midnight places the figure at swindling devices so common with the smooth cattle 105 lbs Wa have call it a ringer 368 85 odor The bird under and plug horses at fcoO to 75 Stan with trains of the Chesapeake A Ohio fixed the retail license to sell litjuor at and deslra opened the patronage of to have country during Last week they got ir a ringer lor the first many shows that infest the the hands of a cal specimen and This hore is appropriately named ford 10 4 05 per head ehontf 90 lbs 1000 a year Journal niicli genttoaaen ladles aud ehihi Railway Kentucky Ceutral Railway time tills year a the tenting season in addition to this fea cows 25 to 40 weanling steers 14 taxidermist could be made a handsome as he is a jet black with heavy mane and w Dooajaon baa a quantity of new sul guarantee tlit class Apron Qaaia r of man and O N O A T P Railway Queen ornament for a public or private museum tail Midnight is by Black Prince he by ture and tlie gentlemanly manner of all to 16 brood a we 250 to 16 elegant furniture clean sually frequent this year The rain yes Â¬ connected w Paris Kentuckian Citizen iow we bespeak lor Foxtown Bitly he by Old Fostown he Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron and Crescent Route avoiding the tedi Â¬ kies surriea aad buggies of the newest and sharp rasy are bound to Mrs Dr riullmau died at Lancaster terday broke all hopes of a ringer this it the imrre ous omnibus transfer incident to all and most popular jmiierua and at very first dam by Messen The whole story has a fishy odor by Old Drennon Good id-ft-last wick It reasonable figure other routes receive Milwaukee Sentinel to us ger second dam by Vaxy third dam by 40- - CMwKBMM1TAUMMSTOM three-year-old Â¬ lis a ireraona Mr Wm Conbs of College Hill this See local Two new mini 1 tor rent county has an unpretentious looking vioDate of combination sale changed See lin that is a treasure of unusual value lie seenred it from a man who bought it from a pawn broker in New York fitty years of combination horse sale changed Date ago at a co t of 50 An inscription on lo Thursday May the inside relates that it was made in the A number of local stallions Ht written famous city of Cremona in 1665 No column to day g doubt its classic notes two cent iries ago ireea Saturday drop in reverberated along the shores of the an lient Po and fcaled the dizzy heights ol t cket for the Climax gold the towering Torazzo Circus Saturday it Judge Ryiand ol Missouri has done hi best to cast a gloom over the Southwest fomethtng of how the accident happened He has struck a b ow at progressive euto me and my experience Well the ex chre He instructed a grand jury lie periences of that night I shall never for other day that play ing progessive euchre gctnor will I ever describe them Itcannot for prises is gambling The judge maybe described Suffice it to say for the be right but O what anguish he has inpresent that I was in the third story of flicted upon once happy homes Now Falls City Hall about 50 feet above that progressive ertchre has been assailed Perground when the tornado struck the Hall what nice quiet little game U safe I was in the Odd Fellows lodge room haps some of these days a Kentucky Judge The lodge was being adjourned As soon will be making unkind remarks in referas the Noble Grand pronounced the lodge ence to darw poker New York Tribune closed I instantly grabbed my hat in my Just so long as the courts dont sit down right hand and overcoat in my left and on our too gold priaes just so long we started on a run for the outer hail on same are entirely indifferent to the fate of pro floor I ran through ante room passing gressive euchre and draw poker We have had little faith in the repor the Guardians and several brothers When I reached the landing I found a that Mary Anderson is to be married to stream of men and women coming out of Count VennaceHi Maicaroni and a picture the front hall I heard distinctly in my of him published on our fourth page disflight out of the lodge room the hail I eat- pels the little faith we had ing out panes of glass then the window Mrs Duty has sued her husband for sashes blown out of rear wall then the divorce at Parkcrsburg There is evident- Â¬ rear wall fall and with it the whole build- ly a neglect of duty somewhere ing collapsed This last happened just as A merchant hereabouts will apply to I put my left foot on the first step of the the Court of Claims next week for an ap stairs still being in the third story propriation to buy a bell to fasten around W ith the collapse came a terrible rushing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr C R Tudor Richmond Ky It might be of interest to you to know Lol isvillk Kt April 12 1890 i I Â¬ Â¬ srbe Berthune con iderable good blood in this horse Ambrose Calico who resides on Pocmey Ridge four miles from Kentucky River on the road to Kirksville stands his hone Gilbert at 0 Gilbert is three years old and his pedigree runs back to the Copper bottoms His 2nd dam is Peavine He also has the blood cf Messenger Clark Chief Hambletonian and other good lines Moberley St Cosby seven miles out on the Waco pike present that smooth saddle animal Rosking at 15 This horse has a long line of blooded ancestry embracing Sir Archie Potomac Roanoke Gray Eagle General Taylor Black Hawk Blue Jeans Clcmmle G Post Boy Kitty Fogg Sic Rosking is 16 hands high and a beautifnl mahogany These gentlemen have also Estill Eric Jr by old Estill Eric at the low price of 6 Chenault Sctidder two miles from Union City have a splendid offer in Cromwell Denmark Jr at to This brown animal is 16 hands high by Hamlet son of Cromwell by Washington Denmark by Gainss Den mark first dam Maggie by Diamond Denmark and so on through Vanguard Brinkers Drennon old Pacing Pilot Sir c Archie Whip Cockspur Silas T Cobb five miles out on the PeaLancaster pike has a vine at 10 He is by that famous horse Old Peavine first dam by Abe Vanmeter second dam Gray Eagle third dam by Davy Crockett This is a combination hard to beat Col Cobb has not furnished us with an extensive pedigree as he could have done W T Noiand Co startle the community with their Tornadc a beautiful sorrel with heavy mane and tail fine style 154 hands high at 6 This horses stock includes old Peavine Gray Eagle Wild Eagle Tranby and Lexington J R McKinney at Cane Spring presents Washington Denmark Jr a dark bay with good mane and tail 16 hands high and with excellent saddle qualities Besides Denmark he has the blood of Messenger Canon Whip and other good horses S DMPhelps 45 miles west of Richmond has a Peavine Jr by old Peavine first dam by Bolivar second dam by Jal appa Forest by Ned Forest 3rd dam by Crockett 4th dam by Traveler Price 10 This horse was purchased last week of J E Baldwin for 500 He is worth every dollar of the money Our list will be continued in next weeks Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ three-year-old Â¬ A Sfcst Saa far Twenty Five leaia We are selling a lot of fresh aweet chewing gum two packages tor 25 cents Each package entitles the pur cliHer to two plecew of jewelry whleii Also to two chaucea lie gefe at once for a fine breech loading double barrel shot gun Only a few package lett Call and see the gun and you will buy Z T Rick A Co It In Wm Davidson was murdered In bed Anderson county CANDIDATES XKETIM COMBINATION SALE tne Fair Grounds All candidates tor City offices are requested to meet at Hunleys stable on IrvlneBtreet Thursday to morrow afternoon at 4 oclock The object ot the meeting is to arrange tor either a Convention or a Primary Election It Henry J eight-year-o- B ld Willis Chairman son of Joseph at the upper ca McSwain was drowned ferry at Irvine laat week TLe number of Harpers Bazxr to be published April IS li will present a brilliant society story entitled An by Francis Doveridge In the Ally same number Mary Gay Humphreys will tell How to Use Flowers Decora It lively Richmond Ky I 2 isLi MAY1 rs 45 Wilkes Hylas Wilkes Pretender aro THURSDAY -3 i is igbt f i 9 I i Jt MBAR BUCKLE r- Â¬ k Â¬ Pt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - m Â¬ Â¬ l - Â¬ 1 I PoMt-Oflii-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ELECTION NOTICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Contactors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iirfai Jjfi -- j 20 Important Notice Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jib Mi tst Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Peavine Jr Â¬ go toHplowing -- Jr Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ lr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MACKINAC Summer Tours Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ n -j- three-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Dmlud Â¬ ett d j Â¬ Â¬ lbrabo1 Â¬ IMPROVED Star U a fwllili THE WOULD OF SPORT SLOP BARREL U Tij It for TmtwU THE COMING VISIT OF SAMPSON The ordicary barrel used to reoeiy AND SAN DOW lops has several unpleasant features When the slop is poured into the barrel Two Fimow OM Worlri Athlete ta it is likely to splash on the clothes or In the face Contest With the Mnwlr of This Coaa Whon the slop is to be ry raraon Katie t taken from the barrel if the bucket is His dipped in to be filled there is another Trip TVitta larkoon c Chance of being splashed and the bucket comes out dripping and foul on the outside the clothing is sure to be f EW latter club he took part Sg iV--- damaged dipping tho slop from the barrel the ehancc of being splashed is less bat the dripping is increased These fotures re remored by the devices shown in the cut A faucet is fitted in the lower If a cup or can is used for V pub Ihnt in in Loudon rliiin if it- in d in athV have been interested ij at least strength iwrformed the feats of roSTEXIEST SLOP BARREL part of the barrel The barrel is set on a platform that the bucket may be set tinder the faucet Tho slop can be drawn from tho barrel without splash ing dripping or fouling the outside of the bucket The head is not remored from the barrel A hole is cut in the head and closed by a hinged lid When slop is to be put in the barrel the lid is raised and allowed to rest aralnst the top of the bucket hence it catches tho When the head is kept in the chicks are not drowned in the American Agriculturist Â¬ 1 A DISCUSSION I The Theme Being How Lod r Should a Cow Go Dry I was in a farmers institute the othor day and a question box was part of the programme One query read How long should a cow go dry Several dairymen arose and said that they did Ml lot their cows go dry at all but milked them up to the time of calf drop-ping- They claimed to have tho best ooesB by this method Other farmers 6aid let them go dry three two or one month prior to calving The gentlemen who took part in the discussion were all practical dairymen belonging to that ssivo class who are generally held emulation in dairy matters Two thirds of the assembly had come to fho institute to learn they were simply a listening audience of interested but si lent farmers You know a great many farmers are a little abashed when they get into a meeting of this kind even if it is composed of their brother lords of the soil They are muto when they might profitably be loquacious They can talk freely enough person Â¬ ally to a friend or neighbor but they istrained when it comes to a lit He formality Ily the wsy I think that means should be employed at institutes to remove all sense of embar rassment from tho timid and diffident ones so that those who como to listen -- el free to speak as well About - of this assemblage took no spirited discussions but re nod to the debates and heir way I do not believe there was a farmer there who came out of mere curiosity they left their rural homes and traveled in some cases many to i am something advantageous ir craft- - Now reader dont you think that it would puzzle the learner a is to what course to pursue to have farmer A jump up and mention a method in dairying which experience has taught him to be the right way and experience flatly contra Â¬ then have dict As anl Cs refute both As and Bs Terent men might have all had success by adherence to contra Â¬ dictory principles of drying off the cow rely only on way could have been the right one and thoso who came to learn were befogged by the discus Â¬ sion instead of beinjr enlightened 1hat was how the case impressed me any Â¬ way The subject may seem trivial to some y important My own and y experience has been that a cow should have some rest from lacteal secretion prior to the parturient period It is natures law that there should be a sus- Â¬ pension of action in tho milk functions for a space of time between every period of dropping a calf The length of sus Â¬ pension should bo long enough to allow the pregnant dam to physically recuperÂ¬ ate from a long period of milk produc- Â¬ tion before she passes through tho or- giving birth to young We ad vise this for the sake of the cows future usefulness and for the strength and vigor of the offspring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heniileaii strength who are soon to visit this country These men are Sampson and Sandow and some hiebiy atrtiins s ones tire tola 01 their contests Sampson who Is not the eras in appearance that his feat- - would se m to imply is a na- Â¬ tive of I i7 the son of a French mother and a Spanish fatbr He speaks seven lansuatjcs slays sonatas on the piano with the delicate touch of a girl and has a biceps measuring fourteen and one half Inches in repose and nineteen and one half inches when he wrestles with an iron rod or a wire rope His chest measurement is forty feu Ischas but when he inflates his luiiirs he adds ral to this inches njrura Sampson visited the Called States iciug then eompara- vera inknown Sandow is a iomeranian and was born at KoniirslerK twenty tme ears ago For four years he ha tecu trained by Prof Attila one of the best known His athletic Uacher in Germany development is siijierior to that of Samp-Â¬ son his chest measureraent twin forty lic and one half inches- and his biceps and forearm each from one to one and one half inches larger than those of his He weigh- - 202 iKiunds when iu rival condition Sandow performed in Lon don before the leading sjiortinz men of England eclipsinc Sampsons most diff- Â¬ icult feats breaking chain bracelets and wire ropes with his forcarras Ix iiUing heavy aud rods iron by his across striking them chest his arms and his thighs The bracelet chains wh h had a resistance of 2oo ikjuikIs were snapped like pipe stems Amng those who witnessed these extraordinary trials of strength wero the Â¬ by two specimens of In only thirteen championship games and therefore had no record in the official averages His fine work at the bat and In the field while with the Columbus team gained him many friends In thirteen games that he played at second base for ths Columbus club he had seventy one chances and accepted all except one In a game of fifteen innings played May 17 1887 atOshkosh between the home team and the St Paul club Crooks ac Â¬ cepted all of nineteen chances offered him while playing second base While playing with the Omaha team in a championship game against the St Taul club June F 1889 Crooks made five successive safe hits including four home runs and a single or a total of seventeen bases ho St Crooks accompanied Louis Browns on their recent trip to California and he has been doing much of the catching with great credit to himself As a batter Crooks ranks very high he also being a very clever second basemen and daring base runner Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Mary Anderson is nearer being en Â¬ gaged than she has ever lieen before Nell Burgess the actor was at one time the proprietor of an art store Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe is in bet-Â¬ ter health than at this time last winter Henrlk Ibsen Is said to be very much disappointed because his works have not made a hit in this country According toSlr Edwin Arnold Edgar A Poe and Joaquin Miilcr are the two American poets who are Mire to live for- Â¬ ever The widow of the late Schuyler Co- Â¬ ital lives very quietly at South Bend Ind with a son Schuyler Jr a manly young fellow who absolutely idolizes her Joseph Wetler a prominent electri- Â¬ cian predicts that the time will soon come when we shall have light without heat as in the sac of the lightning bug and the glowworm Joel Chandler Harris Uncle Remus is short and stubby with s freckled face and red hair Ho cant be much short of 40 and is said to be so merest as to blush uiou the slightest provocation Sir Edwin Arnold has charmed the He was feted and cared for Japanese in the most hospitable manner by that people and his addresses proved as in- Â¬ teresting to them as to English or Amer- Â¬ ican audiences Gov Brackctt of Massachusetts is very fond of the theater Ha attends every noted performance In Boston He as snmes an air of isSBBSfas repose in his box but is very generous in his ap- Â¬ plause Those who know him well say that he Is not a good critic being too easily pleased M Constats minister of the French Interior evidently docs not think much of Boulanger lie says that the fien erals adherents are unprincipled spec ulators royal aspirants anarchists and a few honest workmen who will sooner or later see their mistake and leave tho Boulangists to stew in ttieir own juice Lord Lonsdale has a fine collection made during his recent break for the North Pole It consists of thirteen bead of moose twelve of cariboo one musk ox a Rocky Mountain goat a bison a bear together with 40 birds of various sines and species And yet there are people who believe that Lonsdale never put his nose inside the Arctic circle n Shah of Persia and King of Kings has about sixty wives By these the Shah has had a family of forty children nineteen of whom are still living seven sons and twelve daughters The heir apparent is net the eldest surviving son but the elJest son by the princess of the royal blood He is now 30 years of age and has a large family Bishop Growther of Africa who Is at present in London ha Sad a remarkable history When a lad on tho Berue river he was torn from his mothers side and after months of misery on the coast was shipped in a slave ship for America One of the most romantic Incidents of his life was when a quarter A a century after his capture an o d woman rushed from a crowd of natives to whom ho was preaching threw her arms around his neck and he found she was his mother Â¬ Nasr-ed-DiÂ¬ Â¬ figuring Very Close ALWAYS r IAD m FILLED WITH CLOW 6 etjHil BBitsa TIHsiiDl silswHsB HHsVVsD ssPjaff 4T WX LTsHSfiyK kw iW rwm iSSCUsv tJimi mmmmmrslilUmm GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Xargest Variety and EVERY Yes were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all SAMrPOX BENDING TOE ITOX BAB ls -- Manjuls of Queensberry Lord de Clif foid and Capt Molesworth who acted as judges As the Iomeranian snapped length after length of the steel chain bracelets with his biceps and burst the wire ropes with his pectoral inuscles men rose In the audience and waved bank notes of big denominations as an imitation to Sampson to beat the white skinned Sandow if he could but the for- Â¬ mer sulked and declined Sandow then after lightly tossing a 110 pound dumb- Â¬ bell in the air a few time to keep his hand in while the judges esBSBMed performed a trick that caused Sampson to ollapse He placed a chain around his nd neck and proceeded to lift the ir0 pound dumb bell with his hands The chain snapped the llritishers yelled and the Pomeranian had beaten the Metz man out of sight Among the famous athletes who are expected to enter the contests with Sampson and Sandow in this country are Louis St Cyr the Canadian Hercules 2fi- - ears old standing He ten one half and inches tall and 323 weighing pounds and Â¬ Â¬ 4M I T Aw msBSsW BDbP Â¬ Good Itoada In the historical sketch of its road published by the Pennsylvania railroad it is stated that at one time the supervisors and track foremen were satis fied with an excellence far below the ideas of perfection entertained by tho managers and to remedy this the latter adopted the plan of having each su perisor prepare on his division one mile of sample track not limiting him as to cost but requiring that it bo made SB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ perfect as possible Tho officers su pervisors and foremen then passed over these sample miles carefully examin Â¬ ing each and at the conclusion of this cctionthe most experienced super visors acknowledged that they had marer before known what a perfect track was May not much the same lie said he majority of people in regard to common roads that they have lil realizing conception of a perfect road and its economic advantages over an indifferent one Manifestly such is the case and the remedy lies in the di- on of the education of the peopli better knowl dge of good roads will lie followed by a greater ap penoiition of and a determination to rovidence Journal Â¬ SAXDOW6 GREATEST FEAT A ginia An Expert Baseman We give below the portrait of Charles Crooks the expert second baseman of the Columbus club who was born Nov HOC in St Paul Minn ne learned to play ball while attending college at Racine Wis His first professional enÂ¬ gagement was in li86 with the Minne Â¬ apolis team he then leading the third basemen in the official averages of the Lieutenant Steele Found Guilty Northwestern league In Washington April 1L The finding second base for the St 1887 he played Paul club in the court martial in the Steele Wild ranked sixth In the batting averagesand of esse wss made public at the War De- Â¬ the Northwestern league that season partment this morning Crooks began the season of 1888 as ths Lieutenant was found guilty technically and third basemai of the St Louis Whites sentenced tooonfinement within the lim Â¬ of the Western association and after it of his post for three months and to be their disbandment he guarded second base for the Omaha clubi of the same Tepiimanded by his commanding officer He continued with the f the court was approved orgauUatlou Omaha in 1689 when he played ninety by Secretary of War Proctor championship games and was Bis Latig Deal in West Tirrtaia W Va April 11 A trust deed has just been recorded by Ted Staunton Va for 8450 0 purchase money on a 400000 scre tract of land in Lincoln and Wayne Counties The deal is the largest in wild lands ever recorded in West Vir- Â¬ KsfSSSsaV for a peculiar series of crimes Wil mouth forged the name of Benjamin Rodgers a wealthy farmer to a number of notes and collected the money He then systematically broke open the mails and destroyed the notes when were sent back to Rodgers Wil mouth has confessed Ravesswood W Va Anril 11 A young mail carrier named Gustavus Wil iuoutb is under arrest in Roane County Forcer Conf Dennis Gallagher a muscular athlete who formerly resided In Buffalo N Y Other notably strong men of America are William B Curtis the sporting edi- Â¬ tor of the Spirit of the Times a famous amateur athlete who has lifted with the harness 1550 pounds in New Tork city David L Dowd of Springfield who has lifted l442v pounds with hands alone and H Leussing of Cincinnati who has a record of lifting 1364 pounds G W Wlnshlp of Boston 1200 pounds Am Â¬ brose A Butts of Auburn Ohio 2737 pounds Dr John Lucas of Belleville 111 2700 pounds and C O Breed of Lynn Mass a barrel of flour weighing 2M pounds with his hands alone Allot these men compare favorably with the foreign champions A carpenter named Steams of Granite Corners N Y aged eu years shouldered a 4000 pouud Granted Without a Wassrtl April 11 Nine hours with- Â¬ out a reduction in wages has been grants od the 2300 workmen employed in twelve of the marble factories of Bos-tOnree firms that h piled with the request Sajt Fbahcisco April lh A Urge number of white and colored Doom alsn left Oakland Cs1 Wswfnsi Beam Sealers Ls CUAIUtS P1 TRCKIKS- - baggers and fifteen double club a d with sixteen home runs twelve bag- - pradicjedtotopotheiuhibus ith the Parson navies Return The return of Parson Da vies man ager of Peter Jackson from his foreign tour revives pugilistic gossip especially iu regard to a probable match satweaa the Australian wonder and Sullivan Talking of his trip in Europe the Parson said that he was much pleased with the way Jackson had been treated abroad Everything was done In right royal style and he hoped to soon revisit England In speaking of the go with Jem Smith he said the trouble about the gloves had not been explained correctly The difficulty was that the gloves fur- Â¬ nished Jackson were too small In the fingers and when he closed his hands they almost split them Consequently Jackson could not fight with them Ciettlns Square The matter was explained to the Bob Happy What are yon doing off officers of the Pelican club and the de- Â¬ there Uillv fect was remedied by them procuring Billy Colucky To tell you the truth other gloves which fitted Jackson Fair I calf t stand that cigar play was had and the audience which Bob Happy Why you gave It to me Included men like Lords Mandevllle and yourself Lonsdale were loud in their admiration Billy lolncky I know but I had no of the skill displayed by Jackson Man idea you were going to smoke It while deville whom the Parson described you were here as a good fellow generally said that he had seen Jackson box with Cardiff and An Interesting Debate was convinced that the former was all I listened to an interesting joint de-Â¬ that the reports made him remarked ths bate the other night During the trip Jackson sparred on an judge average of three times a night and his Wero the debaters prominent ora action taking into consideration his tors asked the Major superiority over his adversaries in not No it was at the market a woman knocking them out met with favor was trying to boat the butcher down 10 Jackson was sick six days and had hem- Â¬ cents on a leg of mutton orrhages but Mr Davies believes he is now fully recovered and Is in the pink Romance Versus Realltjr of condition George she whispered softly mark Concerning the offer of the California yonder breadth of cloud stretching to club for a fight between Sullivan and the utmost part of the heavens a bound- Â¬ Jackson for S15000 the winner to take less infinite sea of nothingne- all Davies said that Jackson when Xothingness he exclaimed Why shown the offer as cabled replied that great Scott Martha theres a quart of he was willing to fight for that sum or rain in every square foot of that there more so long as the California club was cloud I am sorry about John Ls ratisfied Mississippi trouble and hope he will get A Iseful Present said tho out O K Parson The Mrs Jobbs What on earth is that ovation tendered Jackson at Belfast surMr Jobbs This my dear Is a barom prised him The people came out in eter a present from our son at college force and sacked the hall The colored Mrs Jobbs Oh Ive heard of them man was the talk of the town During the trip some S22000 was takIsnt tho dear boy thoughtful Which way do wo screw It when wc want the en in as and SI 500 about weather to be fine was needed from this for ex- Â¬ penses he thought the trip netted handA Mark of Esteem somely On the whole the Parson PRESENTS OF LOVERS Miss Ttibbslelgh what Mr Gusey expressed himself as pleased with his can I do to win your esteem protege and said that he was one of the Demanding Them Back When the Tie of You might not want to do Miss T easiest men to handle he had ever met Affection Is Severed it They had quarreled and it was Cornell Is Coming I will do It gladly WoJl you can keep out of my sight Cornell is working steadily up Into a final says the San Francisco Chroni- Â¬ position of prominence in athletics says cle She demanded all her presents Mr CJuey an Eastern sporting authority Id back and her letters and her photo- Â¬ A Doubtlns Thomas rowing her representatives have alwav graphs Hesent them Then she sent been well In the front She Did you let father know yoi Courtney har him a note saying ho had kept one done some very successful coaching of little tender present she had made him owned I great deal of real estate He hinted at it the Ithaca men none however produc- Â¬ She What did he say tive of better results than that of last in the days when she thought he was good and true and a gentleman with year although he has turned out winHe He said deeds speak louder thSB ne is to take hold cf the gentleman underscored several words ners freshmen both t was a lock of and varsity times very heavily The Story That Flanuagan Told crews very soon now as they mean hair and she could not naturally per Â¬ to settle down to work this month In mit him to keep that He sent it back football the last two years have seen rewith a brief note It doesnt make markable progress and the Cornell team any difference whether I keep or not it will be a formidable one next season provided they secure a satisfactory coach Nobody would know tt was yours You again In base ball they are already forget you were a dyed blonde when I looking to the formation of a league and got it the colleges most talked of for their It was so mean ehe said be Â¬ r fVMrXsilsBsssssKB companions are Lafayette cause my hair bad only grown a few Columbia and University of Pennsylvania This shades darker lately would make an interesting quartet But perhaps that was not so mean as another young iran of whom I EDISON MADE A BUQ heard a few days ago He was in a Itow the Menlo Park Wizard Overcame similar case and he demanded all his presents back He had in his days of a Serious Difficulty I wonder asks a St Louis Republic devotion bought her a beautiful pair Mr gSjJH E2vv ssi writer how many of our readers ever of opera glasses and had her initials heard the wonderful story of how Edi- Â¬ engraved upon them She had thrown son made abug It happened away back him over for another fellow and he in 1880 before the electrician had be felt mad He got the opera glasses come a count and known in the most re- Â¬ bactc Cijs jtda Is and let a pawnbroker have them mote corners of the world There had for a small price pravided he would been two or three persons killed by the It wor this way boys Oi oop wld electric wires and people were seriously put them in the window where every- Â¬ th sledge like this and Oi sthriick a He made sure contemplating some plan to get them out body could see them blow an so scv me th next day they of the way and still keep the new won- Â¬ that she should hear of them and she wor a tiligraft eable ropnort about a new derful white light had to go and buy them to get them bit av a plant thim Calaayso haythin proposed that the wires be put out of the window Edison had jist dishcovered grown out o th In the gas pipes but how on earth were ground the pipes to be threaded with the elec Â¬ A Medical Woman tric wires Wanted to Make Sure of Him A middle aged woman who had been After studying the matter one night George The ring doesnt seem to fit Edison said to a fellow electrician in the habit of purchasing treatises on Why see here Johnson Ill make s nursing at a well known book store in very well Clara Hadnt I bettor take back smaller bug that will drag a wire through every Boston went one dny and bought a it Clara and have it madean engagement No George foot of pipe in New York city if it be- Â¬ number of physiological and other ring is an engagement ring even if 1 comes necessary my neck Make a bug exclaimed his compan- Â¬ works of a more distinctively medical have to wear It around The salesman had conion thinking the inventor had lost his character One Sided What in the world do you ceived the idea from her previous pur- Â¬ mind Superintendent Johnnie do you chases and from a certain ttyle of mean your teacher Well Ill make a bug said the in Â¬ dress and bearing that his customer love Yes Johnnie ventor confidently that will go where was a professional nurse or at all stuck on me much sir but she aint I send him and drag a wire too events was in training for that posi-Â¬ A few days afterward he laid a curious- Â¬ When therefore she bought OUR MARYS LOVER ly constructed thing on the table in the tion office before time to go to work it was the medical works issuod under the auspices of the Boston College of Phy- Â¬ The Kan Who Is Reported to Be Eagaged his gas pipe bug It was constructed sicians and Surgeons he was some- Â¬ A minute thus electro magnet to Miss Anderson what nonplussed carrying behind it a fine insulated but his curiosity The young man who has won tho heart Now wire pawl observe every having been excited he said I see of Miss Mary Anderson is time the circuit was closed through the you have got through your studies as Mr Antonio Fernando do the actressThe Navarro magnet the armature was attracted the a nurse The woman replied blandly engagomontat first pawl clutched the sides of a piece of denied is now con- Â¬ gas pipe provided for the occasion and but with a certain manner which ceded The young seemed as well as her words to repel the magnet behind was drawn toward man is tho second I am not a the armature about the sixteenth of an the salesmans inference son of Jose de Na- Â¬ Inch When the circuit was opened the nurse I am a Christian scientist varro He Is asso- Â¬ armature reached forward ready to take ciated with h i s another step Thus at every closing of Wear Tour Nbo--Tarn About - father and brother the circuit the little bug advanced one There is a praJtice which if fol- Â¬ B in business at No step dragging the wire behind No 4S Broadway NY doubt this description will be hard for lowed would put s shoemakers pa Mr de Nvarro Is non experts to understand but as every- Â¬ trons considerably in pocket every 30 years of age and year It is the owning and wearing body knows something about electricity is popular in New of six pairs of shoss turn about in- Â¬ nowadays a tolerably comprehensive Yolk society He Idea may be formed of how the bug stead of only one or two pairs Is highly educated traveled even though the reader never The man who keeps six pairs of aud a most genial saw an electric motor of any kind shoes in stock for his own use will orapanion- - He and MR dk SAVAimo as long as twelve pairs will wearthem aiary a no e rso n have known each other a groat many fellow who buys one pair at a ODD IDEAS IN SCHOOL ESSAYS last the years and it is said that at a dinner time Shoes should not be worn more than given in her hoeor by the young mi- Â¬ Some statements of English pupils llionaires father one day without being given a rest If 2 Washington at his residence at No place New York Eliot was one of the best eloqulsts in they are their shape is soon destroyed years ago ho first learned to love two England the and the leather becomes rotten from pretty Blue Grass girl Marlborough is first heard of at the the heat of the feet- battle of Tureune What She Wanted When laid aside for a few days after Cranmar was a weak minded man and wearing Now conductor said an old lady them the moisture in tho went to the stake recanting I leather that comes from the feet be- Â¬ as she got on the cars at Chicago Van Tromp swept the channel with s comes absorbed place my safety in your ham by he atmosphere and brougham at his masthead All right madam I guess we can shoe when put cm again is as good Roger Bacon by means of his custom thenew take good care of you as And if there is an accident and the of writing books became very Sosjr cars are thrown down a steep embank Hewtea invented the laws of gravita- Â¬ What Kditlaf a Paper Is ment youll be sure to wake me up tion and the motions of the planets Editing a paper Is pleasant business wont you Alfred the Great was the first to in- Â¬ if you like it troduce time which he did by means of If tho type is larjje it doesnt contain candles A Treasured Belle William I was very strong and had a much reading matter WAMrwoTOJT April 11 Seymour L If we omit joke folks say we are savage countenance and never allowed Bau of Philadelphia called at the Ex- Â¬ nothing but fossils himself to be tampered with If wo publish original matter ithey ecutive Mansion and on behalf of A The Friars were instituted by relig Loudon Suowden of Philadelphia now ious fanatics who did not like monks blame us for not giving selections who only drank wine and eat If we give selections people say we Minister to Greece presented to the The Pope wished him Roger Bacon are lazy for not writing more and President a gold beaded cane Engraved to write but papei and pencils were so giving thum what they have not read on the head of the cane was this inscrip- Â¬ tion This cane was cut from the dear that he could not do so until some in some other paper time after when he wrote a book called If we give a complimentary notice yoke which supported independence bell in 1776 To President Harrison Opus Majua we are censured for being partial If we dont every one says we are Mercurial Poison unjust Mercury is frequently injudiciously used by TBK WmsPKRIKO LVTK If we remain in our office attending quack In ciu es of malaria aiul to our business foils say we are too poison doctors effect Is worse than thebloodÂ¬ orig Its after Car Davids couch as old tradition say inal disease K B K Botanic Uliil lUlmi proud to mingle with other fellowa There huug a lute tuned eror to Gods praise contains no mercury but will eliminate If we go out th y say we dont at- Â¬ mercurial poison from the system Write to And when upon the pausing of the night Blood Balm A Atlanta tia for book of The soft wind whispered toward the gates a tend to our business convincing proof of lis curative virtue ltfc bt K Britlon Jsckson Trim A writes The lut Blled all the chamber of the King II The Editorial We caught malaria In Ixuislana and when the With its melodious murmuring I never quite knew tho possibilities fever ut last broke my system waa saturated wiin poison ana 1 nau sores in my mourn Then woke the royal singer and with head of power in the editorial we says a and knots on my tongue I got twi bottles Half lwlaed a if lie b well kuown writer in tho New York B B B which healed my tongue and atoutn m until the other day when and made a new man of me He caught withe IielTe Win Richmond Atlanta Oa writes My sang the songs the worlds heart singi I went into tho ofiie of one of the big wife could hardly see Doctors called It And again -syphilitic Iritis Her eyes were In a dead ftil dailies to inquire about the fate of an condition Hlie bad pain Her appetite Inspired outpourings of the roulfl of men article I had left there a few days pre-Â¬ in Iter joints and bones failed kidneys were Her E o oer our beads vious The office boy went to look deranged also and no one thought she could new dawning truth abroad recommended H B B ring lutes sins sweeter thoughts o the matter up arc presently b came be cared Dr Ulllam her health was entirely which she used until Sod back with the maruscriptin hishands restored O poet whom the wcrW has waited In K P BJones Atlanta Cla writes I was We are very sorry we cant use this Come smite the murmuring ban troubled with copper colored loos article he said banding it to ma of appetite pain In the back eruptions and strong aching joints y emaciation loss of hair sore throat thou new seer who ahalt rim and sing with a regretful sriile but perhaps we and great nervooaneca B B B pat my sys Â¬ This day b evangel of thy Ooi and Kiug might liko so ice thing else from vou1 tem in One condlUou J ames Bachman ia fiarpcr6 Weekly u s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s rÂ¬ Vandyke Camclshsir I charge SS0 more for the Idealistic portrait than for the realistic portrait It it such a strain upon the nerves to idealize and er tho er I ah It Is so inflicult to catca the Innermost expression of the soul as it wero but thei I or Miss Xetnickv Oh thats all right young man I guess Ill let you idolize me 15 worth An Anfborlty on Values Mrs Chasuble Alban a ragman came around this morning and I sold him a couple of barrels of your old sermons that I found down cellar for 84 The Rev Alban Chasuble Four doi lars My dear woman those sermons were worth thousands Mrs Chasuble Well tho rag man wouldnt give any more for them DEPARTMENT IS BRIGHT W GOO OS Ri Manufactured and bought for this Spring8 trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and desires WE CAN SUIT YOU Ri 4 Latest Styles Youre COME Gfiillc Spring and SEE US IU COME REMEMBER Just as Welcome as WHETHER 10 LOOK 0 Nil 1 R COVINGTON 220 W Iairi MITCHELL Street Near Hotel Gl yndoii i Our Spring Styles Are Now Ready E J Your Careful Inspection Is Reuestei i CROOKE BENNETT i URMSTON DRY GOODS AND MERCHANT TAILORING P M POPE OUR SRPING HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS- - MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE -- A LARGE SHIPMENT OF- - Hoes Hakes Spades Shovels OF HIGH ART Mattocls 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