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HhHHsHwhwBUBBHhb ll arf-fapnriasai-f- cttll -- r - vSsyvas BguBu f VOLUME ATTORNEYS III AND II FIFTY FIRST V 1 WITHOUT POMP n i VitVnWi j Jill Tuft rgWWi Ta r rjnfj V S WEDNESDAY APRIL 23 1890 A zjmfmjr NUMBER 45 Kentucky f RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY CONGRESS PrintskmsthTk DINING ROOM AND- - c j F4 ET No 11 BURNAM 4 TTOHSE YS A TLA - KKHMOXl Office - KENTUCKY Building Burimui First held for the redemption ot S notes Mr Randalls death was announced Appropriate resolutions were aOopied AT LAW and a committee appointee after which the Kentucky Rkhmono Senate at 1950 p in adjourned as a mark of respect Housa The bill to pension the mother ot Offlee on Klr t Street snroe as formerly oc 16- LiyCoimly JuIko Miller Charles Stewart Parnell the Irish leader of the Home Rule party has been reported favorably WELL but reduced from 11300 per annum to fifty dollars a month Mr ONeill announced the A TTORNEY A T LA IV death of Mr Randall Resolutions were adopted and a committee appointed to attend ibe KlNTIlKV funeral after which the Iloute adjourned vlMl I contracted a severe c of blood poison Warbinotoh Aprtl 13 Sicnatk Among the that unfitted me for busim for four years A bills reported to the Senate to day from the - iml Street few bottles of Su S S cured committees and placed on the calendar were City Marshal the following Providing for tbo return of Kllltnn Arlrnet d-class DENTAL KRGERY mall matter Mr Sherman offered a T saUse on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed tree resolution which was agreed to directing the swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Secretary of the Interiar to communicate to the 1 U A WILKES SMITH the report of GovernTake no ehoej unless SenateDirector of the Jesse Spaulding as to the Pacific railways W L Done las name and ment DENTAL SURGEON price are stamped on the general management ot sneb railways A bill the dealer cannot supply yon Kentucky bottom If to factory enclosing advertised increasing the cost of a public building at Richmond send direct Scranton Pa was passed Notice was given Strive that the Chicago Worlds lair bill Would be nttiC Smltli Kulldinu Min KtreeL OfBce M lSMJ io 4SI0 P M MO to US called up next Friday TV Montana election irartice limited to dentistry ease Was taken up and a vc te ordered for to morrow and at 530 p n the Senate adC MOBGAN D D journed Hora The nsval appropriation bill was RICHMOND KENTUCKY passed with the clause for battleships restored The bll to define an 1 regulate the jurisdiction of the V S Courts was pas ed 181 to 18 the i Wff office Main Street over Madison National Speaker counting a Quorum At 6 p m the Bank House adjonrned IVASnmarOH April Id Sksatb The Mon AvT CREED D L S tana contested election cases were disposed ot by seating the Republican claimants Messrs KIRKS IL L E KENTUCKY Sanders and Powers on a party vote The Chinese enumeration bill was taken up and amended to provide Chinamen In transit across Office lit Ktnnell residence EverythliiR the United States should not be Interfered 47- done ierlniniiig Io tit-- profession with whereupon Mr Stevart of California moved to lay the bill on the table on tbe ground PHYMCIANS that the amendment adopted would do more harm than good and the motion prevailed A number ot public building bills were passed U J M 10YNTZ The Senate adjourned until 10 morrow Horst A resolution to investigate the life PHYSICIAN A ND S URGEON saving service was reported adversely The CENTLEMEN Kentucky Richmond bill to prmit foreign capital to be Invested in Pine Calf Heavy Laced Grain and Cree mines went over without action Mr McKlnley soor Materproof reported the taritf bill The Military Academy Best iii the world Kxamlne his itll e Second Street next to Whites Drug S500 iEMINE HAND SEWED SBOK bill was passed The reporc in the contested 8HOO HAND EWED VlErT SHOE election case of Posey vs Parrett from the First ftfSU POLICE AMI F1KMEB8 SHOE Indiana DUtrlctwaa adopted in favor of tbe sit W EVANS EXTB VAICF CAIP SHOE X ting member Similar action was taken in the iZno andfa MOKKINGMENS SHOES 175 BfYs i nooi SHOES case of liowen vs Buchanan lrom the Ninth VirAll Bfeisa la Coares Button and Lace PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ginia District and at 455 p m the House adjourned Kentucky Richmond Washington April 17 SaNATt The new t75 SHOE FOR MISSES Best Material Best Style Best Fifing Montana Senators drew foi terms Mr Saun Office Second Street W L DottRlas Brockton Masd Sold toy ders got the short term eliding 1S8S and Mr Powers the long term ending March a 1WS TAYLOR Among the bills introduced was one of Mr Reapan proposing an amendment to the constiPractitioner in Medicine and Surgery tution for the election of Senators by vote of the people A bill was pasted making an apKentucky Richmond propriation for a public building at Mansfield O of 1100000 Also House joint resolution re questing the Secretary of War to cause further Office Second 81 reel over Dykes CJrocerv 3- report to be made as to the practicability and Hti e approximate cost of tunnellr3 the Detroit river ot or near Detroit Mich Also House bill for JOHN M FOSTER the appointment and retirement of John C Fremont as a Major General in the U 8 Army PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON On motion of Mr Gray the House bill to transKentucky Richmond fer the revenue cutter service from the Treasury Department to tbe Navy Department was Office Main street Dext iloor to Luxnris taken up tor consideration and went over The uphtMlrc residence at cor Main and fuss resolution providing for the appointment of Creek Avenue thirty medical examiners Is the Pension Bur eau was discussed until 525 when the Senate MD adjourned House After the reading of the journal Mr PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Butlerworih of Ohio arose and said that It was seem y and proper and just tribute of reKentucky White Hall spect to the memory of the distinguished man Hon Samuel J Randal whose funeral took Offers bis professional rrvices to the pubplace to day that the House adjourn A molic tion to this effect was immediately adopted Washington April 18 Senate Mr Payne M LETCHER introduced a bill for a monument to Commodore Perry at The Worlds Fair bill was ignored for the executive session After PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON four hours secret session the Seaate refnsed Kentucky Richmond 35 to 23 to bring recalcitrant correspondents DEALE1 IN before tb k r of tbe Senate All the witnesses were discharged Three public building bills 28- Office Smith Building Main Street Watcbes Clocks Jewelry Silver and were passed and at 530 p m the Senate ad journed W BRIGHT M J House A motion to take np the legislative Platel wre etc Special bill v as defeated by the friends of the private PHYSI CIA N A ND SURGE ON calendar A disagreeing report on the ZoologKentucky atteution given to ical Park bill was agreed to The river and Richmond harbor appropriation bill ivss reported The i Maes In Sniitli Building on Msiln Street court of claims bill was tak n up and considergiven to nucrosHplcl and ed and 3 resolution adoptee to refer it back to hi loos of UaewS and fluids the War Claims Committee to Investigate the xty lojalty of the claimants and report wltbin two AND OTHEU PHKCJ0U8 STONED weeks At 5 pm a recess was taken until 8 C S HOLTON oclock the night session be ng for private pen sion bills A general bill was favorably reported Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon to day for the construction of post office buildKi rrvciT Richmond ings at all towns where the uinual receipts are of J2500 M Promptly done ami iu a workmanlike 13000 or in the case and county scats towns Office ir lirlictilV Hour- There are one hundred twelve such iKj p in Special attrulton manner In Otro sixty eight in Indiana and twenty nine diffi- aeeee of eroewsa and all Some of these however already in Kentucky Patient treated al alis- ha- - e post office buildings aiul lloiiieopatliic medicines sent to M Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver any address Washington April 10 Sbnate A bill was Introduced for the purchase ef Mathews porIiS JENNINGS A ULBSON W forget the place next door trait of Abraham Lincoln arid another for the Dont nccoptance of the G A R statue of General to tlie Pout office Ricbmoud Ky Physicians and Surgeons Grant A bill was reported ipproprlating 3100 31jo for equestrian statue of General Grant In Kentucky Washington Tbe bill for tte relief of the wid Richmond ow of Lieutenant Colonel McLean was passed also a bill authorizing the purchase of a site for Office Main street over Wallace A Rices a supreme court building east of the Capitol - ore 51 50 After a brief executive session the Senate at 5 20 p m adjourned E ALLTZ House In the House public building bills were passed or disposed of ifter which eulogies PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON were delivered on the late K Cox of New Kentucky Richmond York until 5 p m when the House adjourned A SI LLIYAV Ptmples Blotches ATTOREl jfMM EVIDNCB That the blood is wrong and that nature is endeav throw off the impurities orJn Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Su rfts Specific S S S It is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet it forces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood Bnt With Heartfelt Sorrow Kx Speake First Session Randall Is Laid to Rest WAgHTROTOK SENATE April 14 A bill to Washington April 18 The funeral Incorporate the Historical Society of the Sons services over the remains of Hon Sam- of the American Revolution was referred Mr Plumb Introduced n hill to make available for uel J Randall took place yesterday circulation certain assets anc to reduce the sur- morning at tbe Metropolitan Presby plus to tlaO0UOa0 without interfering with terian Church corner Fourth and B 1100000000 IMMIGRATION Mr Powderiy Speaks Plainly to thd Congressional Committee Foreign Labor Is on the Increase la This Country and Their Morals Not of the Best New Yobk April 17 Among the wit- Â¬ nesses heard by the Congressional sub Committee on Immigration at its ses Â¬ sion yesterday in the office of tbe Emi Â¬ gration Commissioners at Castle Garden MiS was Master Workman Powderiy Powderiy said he was of the opinion that foreign labor is en the increase in He had noticed at this country the railroad station in Scranton fortv citizens of the United Pa States who were going back to their native country Scotland becauso they could not work for the wages paid to the laborers who had been im Â¬ ported in large droves These foreign fers work in the mines and on the rail reads at starvation wages and live like animals in the wooden sheds The gen Â¬ eral tendency of such immigration was to degrade labor and morals Scarcely any of them speak English Un-Â¬ successful attempts have been How made to organize them about the morals of those Imm- Â¬ igrants the witness was asked Well he replied it is a frequent occurrence for one woman to live with forty mem We are sending missionaries to Africa and yet import heathen by the thou- Â¬ sand These people work for from fifty cents to a dollar a day while the men whose places they have taken received from 150 to 210 per day Witness thought there should be a test decided for admission to citizenship and that education should be compulsory streets southeast Shortly after eight oclock the body inclosed In a plain cloth covered casket with silver tritn- mings was taken from tbe Randall resi- dence to tho church where it was viewed number of people The casket rested on a catafalque in front of the ministers platform which was draped in black Floral tributes from the Samuel Jackson Randall asao ciation of Philadelphia and from a number of other organizations were placed to the right and left of the pulpit desk The casket was covered with lilies of the valley and broad palm 30 oclock Mrs Ran leaves About dall escorted by her son Samuel her daughters Mrs C C Lancaster and Miss Susie Randall Mr C C Lancaster and Mr Randalls brother from Phila- delphia and members of bis family cn- tered the church and were escorted to seats on the left center isle Secre- Â¬ directly behind the casket tary and Mrs Blaine entered soon afterward followed by Vice President Morton Chief Justice Fuller and Miss Fuller Mrs Harrison and Mrs E W Halford Speaker Reed and a large num Â¬ ber of Senators and Representatives many of whom were accompanied by A detach- Â¬ members of their families ment of comrades from the department of the Potomac G A II occupied seats to the left of the pulpit Shortly before ten oclock the House and Senate Com- Â¬ mittees wearing broad white sashes entered tho church and were escorted to scats to the left of the Randall family With them came the honorary pair bearers wearing black sashes The were opened with services the hymn Lead Kindly Light by the Shu- bert quartet of male singers accompan- icd by the organ The funeral address of Dr Chester was a tribute to the ster- ling integrity of Mr Randalls charac- Â¬ ter which could not be seduced by bribes lie recited the fact of Mr Ran- dalls request that his funeral should be without pomp and narrated in what manner the statesman had been led to embrace the Christian faith and become baptized all of which occurred while he was in full expectation of returning to active political life He regarded this as the best testimony to the honest simplicity of his nature for an hour by a lrgb t tRBm secon- CAUTION X- Â¬ j J S- Â¬ One Lives Sacrificed to His Fiendish De sires Robbery and Arson Too Numerous to Mention Birmingham Ala April 21 The written confession of the colored mur-Â¬ derer Ben Elsey who was hanged here Friday was made public yesterday and reveals the most phenomenal record of crime ever heard of In Southern crim- lnal annals The fiend says he has been implicated in no less than twenty- one murders and so many rob- Â¬ beries and arsons that he could not recall them all The confession Is genuine and written out by the man in his own handwriting His first murder was that of another colored boy at Dalton Ga when only 14 years of age He next ahot and killed another colored man In Atlanta while playing craps For this he was sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty years but on account of age was pardoned out He next became a brakeman oil th East Tennessee road where he became a member of a regular organized ganj of thieves and murderers and plied his ap-Â¬ palling association for five years with littlo Interruption He adds I then quit the railroad and for the next year I did nothing but loaf and gamblei and steal and rob and murder and burn houses The confession says The worst crime that I was ever implicated in and the only one I ever regretted be- fore I was arrested was the robbing and murdering at Pinson Station Ga of my poor old grandmother Rosa McCarver who was seventy years old Â¬ BEN ELSEYS CRIMES Murderers Awful Confession Twenty TILE COMMONWEALTH Legislative Proceedings April li Ssicatr Bill passed H D for the better ventilation of mines and better protection to miners Louis- centru ry Frankfort I Â¬ Â¬ BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ tral Kentucky to AH Points North East West and South west ville s claim for OO0 against the State to es tablish a court of common plea in Breathitt Lee Estill Powell Wolfe and Knott to Setfare to labor unions the benefit of labels adopted try them The redisricting bill was made special Several minor bill order for next Friday were passed Adjourned until Tuesday HOUSE The House session to day was de voted principally to the suspension of rules for calling up and passing of a number of local the A bill was passed to prohibit the debills struction of food fishes in the Kentucky river and Its tributaries by the use of dynamite Gov ernor Buckner sent in a veto of the bill amend ing the Charter at the Pans Electric Light ComHe thinks the charpany of Bourbon County Adjourned Ill 11 oelock ter Is speculative Â¬ Â¬ Bakery Our Dinin room is now open anil meals are being served at all hours All the varieties and the best of everything that the markets afford Â¬ FAST LINE BETWEE- N- Lexington Srhfdal Cincinnati 17th No I ii tUVt Nv Kx Hst souTH Borni Lve Lve tncli r sun Monday ti Sun WATER ON A TEAR W L 3 SHOE DOUGLAS 3- fj MD Â¬ 3 2 SHOES lafdeV JjK TJ JACK FREEMAN A D RUFF BAPTISM OF BLOOD Bridge Breaks With Appalling Results One Hundred and Fifty Peaale Hurled Into a Mill Kane A Number Injured Some Seriously SrriNiiFiELD O April 91 A public baptism service in Buck Creek wag chamred into a baptism of blood yesterÂ¬ day afternoon by the collapse of a crowded bridge upon which fully 200 peo- Â¬ ple were standing Eleven persons word to be baptized by Elder D B Green pastor of the Third Baptist Church colored and thousands had congre- Â¬ gated along the banks and adjacent bridges to watch the ceremony The crowd upon the Limestone street bridge and the adjoining bridge over Warders race was especially large The bridge over the race was about 7 feet wide and formed a continuance of the sidewalk approach It was supported only by a stone wall underneath from which it projected and a few iron stringers eaten out by rust Just before the first postulant for baptism was sent into the water there was a scream and a crash followed by an envelopment of dust and fully 150 people were hurled fifteen feet into the race amid the debris of twisted iron timber and masses of loosened rock The sight was horrifying and the women lining the bank fainted by dozens The main bridge sank six inches at one cor- Â¬ ner and as the crowd surged upon it was heard to crack ominously They were driven back by a few cool headed men and another catastrophe averted The work of rescue was commenced at once and nearly every physician in the city was summoned Among the 150 who went down in the crash many were pin- Â¬ ned down by large stone slabs from the abutment and were only able by terrible effort to keep their heads above water while their limbs and bodies were being crushed and mutilated by the timbers and stones Mayor Burnett and a de-Â¬ tail of police assisted by the patrol force and Western engine bouse firemen were promptly on tho spot and did he- Â¬ roic service as did many spectators The bridge will have to be rebuilt en- Â¬ tire and many damage suits against the city are likely to grow out ot the acci- Â¬ dent The number of injured are fully fifty some of whom will die Â¬ 1R 3- TSEXSMIill 11 Â¬ K- I Forced Marriage Richmond Va April 17 Informa- Â¬ tion has been received here of a terrible tragedy at Slatersville New Kent Coun ty by Which two well known and high Â¬ ly respected families were thrown into the deepest sorrow by the killing of W Ball by his B T Bar num It seems that Barnum and Ball met in the road near the home of the latter yesterday afternoon Ball Was alone and Barnum was ac- Â¬ companied by his brother Ball opened fire on Barnum at sight with a pistol He fired five shots four of which took effect but not to such an extent as to disable Barnum Barnum fired only two shots both of which passed through Balls bead killing him Instantly Barnum and his brother were taken Into custody The tragedy is the outcome of a family controversy Last Sep temlier Barnum was forced at the pistols point to marry Balls daughter The father accompanied the parties to Washington City where the ceremony took place Barnum refused to live with his wife after marriage and went South He returned to the county a few days ago and the fatal meeting is said to have been the first with bis father-in-lasince his retuip Ball was Commissioner of Revenue of the county while the father of Barnum is a Com- Â¬ missioner in Chancery son-in-la- A VIRGINIA TBAQBDY Kills His Father In law the Result of a Damaging Fffeet or the Pressure From Nashvilles New Reservoir Nashville Tenn April 21 Nash villes new reservoir Is now completed water from It was turned Into the pipes running to the central portion of the city The bottom of the reaervoir is above the highest building in the city It had been estimated to give a pressure Of seventy pounds to the square inch and that some of tbe old water pipes would burst The latter expectation was realized A twenty-four-inc- h pipe on Vine street burst and a sheet of water three Inches thick and twelve feet wide forced Itself through three feet of ma Â¬ cadamized street tearing a hole four feet long The stream of Water went forty feet into the air at an angle of forty five degrees It struck the new Christian Church and broke out all the windows tearing up the cornice and flooding the building R E Pages eleÂ¬ gant residence was also in line of the stream and it suffered thousands of dollars damage The water poured in at the front windows and as the door leading to the stairway was closed the upper floor was flooded to tbe window sills and poured out St the1 windows Carpets furniture and every thing in reach were ruined Down stairs great damage was done the whole house suffering greatly A piano was absolutely ruined The water was turned off In about thirty minutes but it was as much longer be-Â¬ fore the water ceased to flow Wire Worm Damaging Wheat Atchison Kas April 19 A number j HIUIUIIKJfflEUR MURDERERS PUNISHMENT Â¬ Â¬ i FSTTINQ DIAMONDS 3- JR REPAIRING 1 Â¬ - JESSE COBB glr W Main Street Burn am A 18- Chenault Building op stairs Offloe ZX jR J 2b- M BLACK This Fine Saddle btillion willl make the btabjn of iip at the Fair Grounds Richn ond Ky at Mrs Mosahar and Herman nein rich were horribly gored by a cow at News Items PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Rkd House Ky SIS TO IKSif I COLT hands hgh JESSE COBB is I5 chestnut color 4 vears old weighs close to 1200 pounds fine action and i a model saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st dam by Tntte horse he by Estill Eric sire of dam of Georgette 219 and Bell Vara 2S Second dam Lucy by Young Daw Crockett 3d datn by Cannon Whip 4th dam by Traveller All cate will he taken to pacveut acci dots or escape but will not be responsible should any occur Lien reserved on the colt for the service fee Â¬ 40- - CHARLES E COLYER CO Hobbles like the above to be had at W C GORMLEY 43- COS - Tine i Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW PHxCTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of very latent patterns They are for on lie niot reasonable terms If want a vehicle come and nee me you wont g home without one 5- WTO MACKINAC Summer Tours Low Foot Trip per Week Between Palace Steamers DETROIT fiLlruee OtccKi Ratc Kale MACKINAC ISLAND Me CUir Qakaand DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Speeial 8nxcUy Tripe dnrlnff July and Aufiut Cbebcycnit Alpexif Hiimsvitt Bs h Part Huron Eojm Hani City Tver Week Day Bwrea the fd j you and - JOHN DONELKN OUR ItiOSTBATED PAMPHLETS 2mfcM and Bxcui mob TMketR wtli be fnnueaed bj ycur Tictit AgoEi orrJcroBs E B WHITCOMB Gn Pass Aear Dstixit CieTeland Steam Kifigatioa Co DCTBOIT MICH CityLotsforSale II- I have a few lots on Fifth Street ready for ale These lots are beauti fully located on high and gently r intj ground and are considered by ev I hve rented or J W Mackey his erybody as being the best located of Timber Hhop at Hoiel Glytnion and auy in the city for residem Persons who wish to build ulce houses Hope our i routititie the business I friends and customers will come to will do well to examine these lots will only place a few on the market at me a I intend to have two of the present I have a plot of the ground barbers in the city You will not at Dr Poynizu office to wait 40- 1 E H FARMER T 6 BRONSTON I 1 The tjlyndsn lark Stop South Orange N J Rkv Aikxaxdeii Mackay the fa- Â¬ mous missionary in the Ugada country Chinaman In An Awkward Position has died from fever Niagara Falls Ont April 18 Three The IIouso Appropriations Committee adopted suitable resolut onson the death Chinamen presented themselves for ad- Â¬ of Hon S J Randall mission to Canada yesterday morning Neak Gladwin Mich a terrible ac- Â¬ having been hustled over to thia side by cident occurred Tbe boiler in Ozemans Two of the United States officers saw mill exploded completely wrecking celestials having Canadian Customs the mill and instantly killing H M certificates in their possession were al- Â¬ Corey the engineer and Aaron Corey lowed to pass but the third one Lent his son who was acting as fireman Sing not having tlc necessary docu-Â¬ An English syndicato has purchased ment and only 10 to pay the Canadian the wholesale produce lusineas of WilGaddis at Newark N J for tax of 50 was sent back to the Ameri- Â¬ kinson can aide There he was stopped and the 51800000 Rev E Dvckwokth a Methodist di- Â¬ bridge gatea closed on him The only vine of Inion Grove Vis is charged place tor the Chinaman was to re- Â¬ with getting the best of a horse trade main on the bridge where he has been with V C Clark of Chicago who paid since and is likely to remain for some 3225 for an animal alleged unsound and time not worth 100 Lower River Floods FutE in the Hotel Plankington at Detroit Mich caused a loss of 125000 New Orleans April 18 Dispatches Senator Plumb wants the Treasury from Bayou Sara say there are clouds balance reduced by applying it to the and showers all along the line and the payment of the public debt outlook is critical The river continues The claim for tho iev White Star to rise and the combined effort of the steamer Majestic of making the best United States the State and parochial record for maiden voyage is disputed on authorities with the aid of our dis- Â¬ behalf of the Columbia The time of the tressed citizens seems inadequate to Majestic for 2838 miles was six days ton hours and twenty minutes The keep the leveea above the flood and the Columbia made the bame distance in one conditions are that the levees must give hour and seventeen minutes less time on way at some point before many hours unless we have a fall The river at this her first trip point is now over one mile wide of Charles V Bryan The indebtedness president of the Detroit Board of Trade A Parcels ost with England who was caught short en wheat recent- Â¬ ly is put at 70000 840000 of which is London April 18 In the House of due Chicago firms and he remainder in Commons to day the Right Hon H C Detroit Raikes Postmaster General said ke was in hope that tbe negotiations that had Mamie Starr Held lor Harder renewed with the U S Chicago April 18 Mamie Starr the recently beenlooking Government to the establish Â¬ alleged poisoner of the Newland family ment of a parcels post between Great was yesterday held by tho coroner with- Â¬ Britain and that country would be suc Â¬ out bail for murder Sae fainted when cessful the verdict was read Sequel to a Crime A Verdict of Hot Guilty Montpelier Vt April 18 James S Wakrextox G April 18 The jury Caswell who was convicted of the mur-Â¬ in the case of McGregor charged with der of George Gould hhj sentence being the murder of Cody after being out imprisonment for life was married yes Â¬ nearly five hours has returned a verdict terday to Mrs Laura Gould wife of the of not guilty murdered man The marriage took place through the bars of Caswells cell Attacked by n Rat St Lons April rat attacked General Blckel Dead Mrs E L Carter and hsr two children Philadelphia April 18 General H of this crty while they slept making G Sickel formerly Pension agent in painful wounds this city and commander of the Penn Â¬ sylvania Reserves died at his residence A Charivari Tarty in this city last evening of heart fail Â¬ DuiitQUE la April 18 John Pline a young man living nsar here had his ure skull fractured by being struck with the Against Rerisloa stock of a gun by members of a charivari PitoriDEHCB R I April 17 After a party who were celebrating the wedding stirring discussion the New England of Plines Bister His condition is critPresbytery to day voted 29 to 18 against ical the revision oi the Creed Â¬ m Â¬ The Specter of the Man He Slew la Always Before Him St Louis April 17 Mansfield King was arrested yesterday morning for hav Â¬ ing stolen a horse In St Louis County When taken to the Four Courts he con- Â¬ American Money la Canada fessed to having murdered and robbed a Toronto Ont April 19 A dispatch man named Carter near Perry Ralls from Quebec says that an American syn- Â¬ County seven years ago He ex- Â¬ dicate has purchased a controlling in- Â¬ pressed gratification at bis arrest stating that ever since the mur- Â¬ terest in all tbe binding twine factories der he had been haunted by the in Canada except one in Ontario bleeding specter of the man whom he The Report Are Untrue had killed and that now he would will- Â¬ Atlanta Ga April 21 In a letter ingly undergo any punishment to be rid to Mr T D Murphy of the Atlanta of this phantom which pursued him Journal John H Parnell brother of night and day Twice since the tragedy Chas Stewart Parnell aays that the re Â¬ he has vainly attempted to commit sui- Â¬ cent reports of poverty and suffering of cide but in each case he was saved by their mother are merely sensational physicians summoned to his assistance Fleeing Convict Shot to Death He is held ponding Investigation Little Rock April 21 Three con- Â¬ DEATH BED CONFESSION victs attempted to escape from a stock wde at Palarin twenty miles north of Of a Murder for Which Another Murderer here and two of them Dan Sneed and Hung Waa Tom Oxford both desperate characters Cbawfordsville Ind April 19 James Dennis made a death bed confes- Â¬ were shot and killed by guards The sion that he killed James McMullen for third Willis Walker escaped whose murder John W Coffey hung Oc- Â¬ Cruiser Charleston Tost Hsr Onus tober 8 1885 the rope breaking three San Francisco April 2L The U S times Coffey at the trial confessed for what reason is not known that be killed cruiser Charleston arrived In port yes Â¬ both Mr and Mrs McMullen and Dennis terday afternoon after a cruise to Mon- Â¬ went free Dennis now says he killed terey Cal whither she went to try her uns It is understood the officers will McMullen and when his wife ran out of the house Coffey hit her on the head report the test as entirely successful and killed her No one thought Dennis A Broken Boned Balloonist was guilty and public indignation cen- Â¬ Topeka Kas April 17 Prof E E tered upon Coffey whose hanging was a Craig balloonist waa severely injured horrible butchery They were murder In an attempt to make a balloon ascen Â¬ ed for money and the house was burned sion and parachute drop here yesterday to the ground to cover the crime Dr afternoon A strong wind was blowing Hamilton of Waynetown holds Den- and the balloon came in contact with nis written statement a telegraph wire throwing him out He fell forty feet striking head fore- Â¬ Ben Elxy Hanged Birmingham Ala April 19 Ben Elzy most against a buggy receiving severe colored was hanged in the jail yard injuries mm yesterday His neck was broken and he Statu of Grant was pronounced dead in 12 minutes Washington April 17 Senator Elxy died game His last words were Squire introduced a bill appropriating My sins have all been forgiven and 1 100000 for the erection of an equestrian am going home to Jesus Thursday he statue of General U S Grant in Wash- Â¬ made a full confession of four murders ington City The site is to be selected and numerous robberies and small by the Secretary of War The bill wiU crimes He killed two white men in be favorably reported at an early day this State and a white man and woman Bar hr Strike Probable in Georgia sa ii Dubuque la April 17 The barbers d Murderer of this city Ulk of striking and taking Tkxarkaka April 19 S W Stew all the apprentices and bootblacks with eleven-year-oart was shot and killed by the them if the employers do not close their son of B K Sweet at the tat- shops on Sunday ters saloon The elder Sweet had a difficulty with Stewart who getting the KUkd to Death by a Bars worst of it was leaving the building Danville 111 April 17 Frederick when the son seized a 45 ca liber British Poll a farmer living a few miles east of bull dog pistol and shot him through the Danville while plowing was kicked to back of the head killing him instantly death by a vicious horse Southern Floods Diminishing A i NashyillkStrike at Nashville New Osleans April 19 The out- Â¬ Tenn April 17 Tinners look in the Southern floods is more en- and cornice workers of this city have couraging The Pointe Coupe levee with Â¬ inaugurated a general strike for shorter stands the water as yet At Helena hours and increased pay Ark Greenville Miss and St Jo WaaiwaT a Ifriisiar seph the river is reported falling and I want to employ a man to saw fears of further damage are not enter-Â¬ wood said an old farmer at an employ Â¬ tained ment agency All right responded The Last f Casus Garden We have an able bodied New York April 19 Yesterday was the agent young man Is such the last day on which immigrants were a situation who looking for Just want and But I dont landed at Castle Garden The 320 the farmer steerage passengers who came per the a I young aman interrupted seven years want man about ninety Bohemia from Hamburg were the last to old I have read In tbe papers about pass through the gates these old fellows sawing a cord of wood before breakast and it usually takes a Admitted to Canada Niagara Falls Ont April 19 Lem young man all day to peforra the job Sing the Chinaman who was hemmed in on the suspension bridge Thurs- Â¬ day was admitted to Canada late at Highest of all in Leavening Power night and Immediately left for parts unknown Â¬ u Elivn-Year-01Â¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m of farmers living in the eastern half of this county report to day that a sort of a wire worm is doing great damage to the wheat The worm is about an inch long and the thickness of fine wire and of a dark brown color Wherever it works the wheat soon withers Fraskfort Aprl 14 S in at No sessiod House The question of adjournment came up in the House to day on the Senate resolution fixing Saturday May 10 as ihe day The following Monday was substituted in order that ihe Governor may have Sunday in which to read and sign bills and the resolution as amended Will have to be reported back to the Senate ior concurrence The question of a new asylum came up as unfinished business but was not disposed of The bill to esttibti a normal school at Jackson Breathitt County came up on a motion to reconsider the vote whereby it was lost but no quorum voted The bill to work convicts in opening up roais in the tnouhtaie section was postponed for two weeks A bill to authorize the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund to sell the States interest in turnpikes amounting to f50o 01 was tabled Frankfort April 15 SasAja The Senate passed a number of bills thia afternoon among them bills to incorporate the Northern Kentucky Land Title Insurance Company of New port Governor Buckner vetoed a bill amend ing the charter of Louisville Houss Bills introduced To impose a conn- ty license tax of 1200 on taverns in Lee County and to prohibit the carrying of guns cm eetiow days within one mile of any voting place in LT tell and Lee counties to establish a whippingpost in Union County fcr the punishment ot petit larceny Females are exempt to pro hibit any person or corporation in this Common wealth from putting up a wire fence along any public or private passway or which constitutes a division fence between themselves and another without placing a board not less than four Inches wid immediately under th top wire to authorize Assistant State Librarian John T Orr to Index the law of the State from 17ft to 1890 to amend the act changing tbe t me for tne esaml nttn o candidates fo county superintendent of schools ip that is shall not require persons now holding Certlficatea to be re examined to permit public school houses to be used for lawful meetings when eot otherwise engaged Governor Buck ner sent in this morning his veto of a bill n Ebrptlrating the North Middleton Colored Cem etery Company of Bourbon County The ques tion of a new insane asylum was left unflnsh- ed The House adjourned out of respect to the memory of Hon Samuel J RandalL Columbus April IS Sesatk Bills passed H Bs for B0 000 school house bonds at Otta wa for two voting precints In Delaware Township Defiance County for fire managers of the Intermediate penitentiary for roads in O eene County lor 13000 soldiers monument In Center Township Wood County for a road tax In Liberty Township Van Wert County to pro- vde that la Hamilton County the levy of tax for high school shall not exceed eight sal ls providing a mod In building jnint county ditches to compensate occupying rtaiiriSnt fet improvement to So away with recording bills of exception for 190000 bonds to pay the in debtedness of East Liverpool S Ba to prohibit tbe appointment of resident trustees of State institutions to provide for an equitable distribution of a t aches at State institutions designating What eases can be taken out of their order in the Supreme Court Hocsa Bills passed H It for non partisan Board ot Equalization in Columbus to define the legal residence of inmates of the Montgomery County Infirmary to be at the infirmary law registration of repealing the Columexcept in Cine nnati Cleveland bus Toledo Dayton Youngstown and Sandusky Mr Christys resolution providing for final adjournment next Monday was adopted The Cleveland ripper bill wa defeated The Ryan bt 11 to amend the Owen law was defeated by a vote of ST for to T4 against Twenty one Democrats voted against It 17 SENATE BUI April FBAarOKT Extending tbe time of the Kentucky passed Union railroad for the construction of its line in Breathitt from Winchester to Jackson H Bs to prevent the destruction of Couny fish in the Kentucky river and its tributaries by dynamite and other explosives to establish a system of public schools in Pineville a bill continuing the Sate geological survey two years and appropriating fit 000 annually tor the work was made a special order for next Tuesday Senator Wright frotn the Lottery Investigation Committee reported a general bill for the suppression of lotteries the sale of lottery tickets and the publication of lottery advertisements in this State I was ordered printed and mttted with leaTe to report any time House The compromise bill for cal lng Constitutional Convention was up but was disposed of Mr Wolking of Covington pressed his bill to prevent fishing and seining in the Licking river and its tributaries in Kenton County out of season The asylum question waa discussed without action At the afternoon session of the House the Senate bill exempting certain property In Newport from municipal taxe was passed Mr Walker s antl circus bill was defeated Fravkvort April IS Senate The following bills passed House bill incorporating the Cypress Pond Drainage Company in Marion County House bill incorporating the Three Forks City Lee County House bill incorpora tinpClay City in Powell County bill incorporating the Nat onal Order or Mutual Aid of Kentucky House bill incorporating the Mutual Savings Bank of Hickman Ky On petition of Mr Goebel the bill incorporating the Florence and Covington Street railway was laid on the able The Thcrne Tobacco bill which has caused more clscusslon than any other bill this session came up in the Senate to day and af ter an hours speaking was killed by being laid on the table House A number ot new bills were introduced among which was one to abolish the County of Harlan The asylum bills were dis Â¬ cussed again and a vote was finally reached and the bill recommended by tbe minority appropriating fnOO to enlarge the asylum at Anchorage was adopted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our Bakery Is turning out FRESH BREAD CAKES and everything else that can be made in a bakery tiiirnitlicrl in anr n n i nf T nrt short notice ah expenenceu uArvrn wno nas none uneen years oi ser1 Lve Iyuihiana- Arr hart Arr LexlaaAuai Arr Arr Arr Ijiiicaafer Arr Siiiforl Lie x m ioujo p ml 517 p m moo p ail Fresh Bread - O Arr Lve Lve sawju j pm - NORTH BOUND v do and how lie ami l W rvnuw olr m vur do it nrLif n u iTe lVf i lugsinn to ramily Krhmonl orders a specially Arr fuuvAfull line of Fruts and Arr r Candies Canned goods a specialty Z 43 42 - Lve IeXI Lvsa T RICE CO Arr Arr I iilriniuiti i MAYSVILLE BRANCH 5 - 3 tL 2 -3T T 1 2 zE 3 i ITH COUND Lve Lve iiicinn 1 Ex Mui l w larlfcle Johns SOUTH BOtTN Ex Kan Ex - z Lve H 1 7i S g2 - as aysv t illerwhSBSj - t C Za - o PI 3 Io -Z n S3 t 2 w Arr Lr I H 2 O r- - Xi r Paris So So m Mr41 lniiatl latveti am I I 0f H if UJ 3 f Faimoutn betw- Noa ler for potrrt fii IMPtRl rive at nnd dej f Lrxlng TRAIN N ST Q Iks N N s e- - m d nei tlor Thru to any t Pasweiiirer Bsaa I unt reached by a sa or call on any Tr i sfr H E HI Oenei N I IN T S - no INSURANCE BURNAM 5C H 1 r -- J- 1v HUME - 2 Tic Oldest and Stroscst Aaiericas Companies I 11 iPALO ALTO HIOIRSIE xt aililsC 21 tlam Rosalind 2 211 by CALIFORNIA NOBTB AMERICA SPKlNsJ FIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MEUCIIA ROCK BOTTOM RATES 1BT Dont foriet our office is at the Farmers National Ktnk by Electioneer By Whips 227 of Suuol 210 at 3 years oM 1st dam dam of Peruvian Biters 223 BURNAM NB HUME by Tlionnlale 222 by Alexanders Al dallah dam Dolly dani of Ouward 225 Director 2171 Tobacco Barns Couifry Stores and Milling property specialties B AH Abdallah 2 21 Alexanders 333- - 3d dim Burcb mare dam of Rosalind make tbe season of 1S90 at my stable on tbe Fair Grounds at 25 to mare in foal unless mare XSITG sooner parted with at which tine Will THE FINEST mans Perfected K R is OX EARTH Yestibuled Tbe Cincinnati Hamilton A Dayton tbe only line running Pull Tint electric light plant for the Western Lunatic Asylum which has been in course of construction for several weeks was completed and put in successful operation the other night Ihe trial was satisfactory in every particular Mb Paynteb has introduced bills by request to pension Stephen McKennoy Â¬ money will be due WARLOCK is a beautiful mahog- any bay two white feet and small stsr and snip lo bands 31 inches high well formed excellent disposition and pur gaited and can show quarters in 37 seconds Mares kept aud tried regularly on grass at 10 cents a day grain fed if de sired at reasonable rates Will take every care to prevent accidents or es capes nut win not oe responsible suouiu any occur WST I will break and handle horses for speed 43 60 Trains with Chair P irlor Sleepini am Dining Car service between Cin cinuati Indianapolis and Chicago and is tbe Only Line running Through Reclining Chair Cars between Cincinnati Keokuk and Springfield Illinois 8feiy And the Only Direct Line Lima Between Cincinnati Daytn Tnledi Detroit tbe Lake Regions and Canada The road is one of tbe oldest in tiie State of Ohio and the only line ener ing Cincinnati over twenty live miles of double track ai d from its mst record car more than assure its pairnus speed comfort and safety Tickets ou sale everywhere a that they read C H 4 D either iu or out of CincimiKti Indianapolis or and Oliver Miller formerly members of the Carter County Home Guards The other day in the House Captain Bob Tyler was presented with a hand- some pair of gold eye glasses by the page boys Dkllis Jenkins twenty years old son of Rev J L Jenkins of Bowling ireen a brakeman on the L A N rail- Â¬ road was killed the other night at Rus fellville by being crushed between two freight ears while attempting to couple them Tames W Mabshaii an old and prominent citizen of Shclbyville fell dead at 3 oclock the other day of heart disease Cat tain Thomas W Hakdih an has been appointed postmaster at Coving- Â¬ ton The life of Judge Sharp of Pineville has been threatened by tbe brother of a convict whom he killed A H C TRAYNOR- - Important Notice Toledo k o Mccormick Debts due McKee 4 Traynor for General Passenger and Picket Ageot tbe services of stallions serving mates 42 41 io 1887 1888 18y imiI 1S90 must be All mares paid to Owen KcKee farmed In 1889 by McKee fc Traynor having colts living at weaning lime will le paid for by Owen McKee owner of lue colts April 14 189n 44- - OWEN McKEE Frukis Clenlu 106 ur COAL CO EASr MAIN 8TREET Chicago April 18 A crazy fellow giving the name of Billy Patterson a ircus roustabout attacked and cut four people with a butcher knife in a street ear early yesterday morning There was no cause for the deed None of the injuries are dangerous Craxr Man Acta We have opened a first class shop arid desire lo have the patronage of gentlemen ladles aud children We guarantee first class work New and elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors The yard is easy of access Persons M C MOOPE desiring to haul their own coal will 43- J CARMICHAEL ant have to cross the railroad I respectfully request a liberal pnt ronage of the citize is of both county I have purchased tbe property of the said Comjiaiiy and will keep on hand all of the be t varieties of COAL and city It-V Notice to Contractors S BRONSTON TJ S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 e ies report shows that the total value of the fisheries of Canada for the year 1889 was 617418510 For the year 18S8 17 181765increae236745A decline of over 1000000 is to be found in cod haddock lake and pollock fisheries the staple commercial fish of the Dominion This unsuccessful result was not due to any scarcity of fish but to the stormy ind unfavorable weather which prevailed during tbe season Value of Canadas Fish Business Ottawa Ont April 17 The fisher- Â¬ Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The Kirksville and Kentucky River Turnpike Road fompauv will bids until the 25th of April 1890 the further completion or tiieir beginning at the clcbowler place and extending t tbe river in ail bj miles All bids must be accompanied by good Will make the season of 1390 at M A Phelp ss plaee 4 miles from Rich C C CHRHMAN reference mond on tbe Jacks Creek pike at 10 44 46 President TO INSURE A LI VI NO COLT Money due when celt is foaled or naare parted with PEAVINE Jr is by Old Peavine 1st dam by Bolivar 2nd dan Jaiafcip Forest 3rd dam by There will be an election of the offl cera of Kirksville and Kentucky River Crockett 4tb dnru by Traveler PEA jr la a beautiful bay Turnpike Company on Haturday May 3rd 1S90 at J B Walker 4 Bros 15 i hands high heavy mane and tail 4 ears old good style and line acti m C C CHRISM AN Store 44-44 46 President H4 SiPEAVINE JR Â¬ ELECTION NOTICE i v 1 Ttl - annHmHHmHH THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON llBLIBHEl IHE SEED Or College GOOD COTNTRY ROADS Editor professors civil engineers and msgazine writers are directing public attention to the subject of coun- vrilV wriNF SHAT BT The Climax Printing WmG White Cm as S Co Powell PRICE Beiiieaday A PER EAK flSO April 23 1390 Um items of the Ohio Legislature are dropped in this week alonj with the Kentucky Legislative proceedings to show how they sijuander time and money in the Buckeye State See first ga a Kim aid charged with tiie killing of ex Oeeg man Taulbee has ben released on bail in the suni of tt000 Three Washington correspondents and a young attorney are the Tu K -- men The Central Heconl Lancasters ipapec by the veteran Mr Mam late of Danvi le is out It handsome four page journal from beginning to end and should le warmly supported by le of Garrard Hon John D llarrs is in Frankfort feeling the pulse of the Legis lative rang on the subject of his proposed candidacy for Lieuten Â¬ try highways and the Vanderbilt University Tennessee has gone so far a to provide for the free instruction in road engineering of one person from each eouuty iu that State The Baltimore Sun which is agitating the question in Maryland points out that the power required to draw a wagon weigh ing with its load one ton on a level macadamised road of broken stone ia sixty five pounds which is increased to two hundred pounds on a common dirt road Irof Ely of John Hopkins University estimates that poor roads cost the farmer on an average 15 per horse and Prof Jenks of Knox Col lege Illinois argues that with good permanent roads freight could often be hauled ten miles on wsgous cheaper than it could be taken one mile on a dirt road to a railroad station unload ed put on the cars and carried to its destination Of the social influences of good roads he says that a large part of the mental inspiration of the farmers deends on their ability to at tend church lectures concert and so cial gatherings at a distance and really good roads by enabling them to go so much more easily would doubt less raise the whole intellectual toue of the arming community besides keep ing with the healthful influence of the farm many who are uow forced into the towns Scientific Americau Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ overnor Why dont the Hon John I make the race for GovHe is good jubernatioual ernor n Thursday Congressman Mc timber Lexington Transcript Creary introduced the subjoined resolution Resolved That in the opinion of the House of Representatives close Report says that IGei Winnie commercial relations between the Davis the Laughter of the Con United States of America aud the other ry and Mr Alfred Wilkin countries of the American continent May will be of mutual advantage aud the son grandson ol Samuel the noted Abolitionist of Syracuse House of Kepresentalives will view are to be married at an early day with favor legislation looking to that If this be true then indeed should eud or reeiprxjity treaties reducing or the bloody chasm be effectually repealing duties ou the products of the countries aftected thereby by mutual tied and the -- bloody shirt and all the kindred bloody institu- concessions thus widening the markets for the products of all and strengthentions be laid awav ing the friendly relations of the coun1 Â¬ CI LTIVATINti SOUTH AMERICAN TIONS RELA- there is ouly oue count in tbe State that has a railroad and no paper In Southern Kentucky tbure are two or three counties without papers and in tbe southwestern part one or two more Tbe subscription price was almost Invariably 2 per annum for country weeklies but now tbe price la usually 150 with many at 1 25 and 1 The average circulation I calculate has in creased twenty to thirty per cent Changes among tbe editorial workers iu Kentucky have been so rapid that of the several hundred uow in active service not more than ten antedate my advent I am oue of the old No more thttn three or four timers antedate the war I u speaking of the offices I should have mentioned tbe improvements in the furniture and fixtures of some of them I call In mind a number that have nice carpets neat paper attractive pictures beautiful chandeliers and baud some furniture to correspond I take it that the next fifteen years cities is 76 cents per 1000 feet where tbe will witness a greater improvement in average price of gas sold by private journalism in Kentucky than the last companies is 36 The revenue ield fifteen and Kentucky has kept pace ed to tbe cities each year is very considwith her sister states erable Twenty seven cities so far as can be learned operated electric light DELEGATE TO CONSTITUTIONAL CON plants during the last year and the VENTION result in every case was satisfactory Definite information from twenty four The Democrats of Madison demand cities shows 12 8 10 cents per arc littlit a Democratic candidate for Delegate to per night In treating the street car the Constitutional Convention He had question Mr Finley advanced a plan as well be forthcoming In fact he hy which the city could control all the must come There are questions to be lints within a certain number of years discussed Let the County Committee at a very little cost to tbe city Balti- fix a day for tbe Mass Convention more Sun The Climax Â¬ Â¬ against transferring business from private to public hands bat tbis opposi- Â¬ tion it seems to me it to a great ex tent unwarranted It comes too often from prejudice or from tbe personal interest of that class who profit by these works remaining In their hands As to such services as tbe supply of water and light to citizens there can be no doubt as to who should perform them private companies or municipalities These services partake of the nature of monopolies aud no monopoly should be allowed to remain under private Mr Finley then pointed out control the essential differences between a mo nopoly aud au ordinary business Iu speaking of municipal public works it is not generally known he said what progress has been made in this direction during the last ten years One half of the water works are under municipal control There are eight cities in tlie country that have assumed control of the gas works The average cost of manufacture and supply of gas in these Â¬ Â¬ HOW TBI LEGISLATURE IS PROGRESS Â¬ ING Frankfort Editor Climax April i6 1S90 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ PROGRESS 0E JU RNALISM IN KEN TICKY French Tipton in National Journalist THK ULOOHY CHASM OBLITERATED JOHNNY COMES MAKCHIM HOME try with its neighbors Â¬ The State soldiers went to Har lan county a month ago to aid in holding court The court has held and nothing of importWhat has leen the ance done Fifty men out a whole month and nobody hung But the bitterness has been increased h an extent that numbers of the best people are afraid to re after the soldiers leave and have deserted their homes and the county Had the soldiers not gone probably nobody would felt compelled to leave home anl certainly the State would have been spared the expense Â¬ When asked by a Courier-Journa- l reporter concerning it he Â¬ IIKE 1 1NSI liANCE SI IT SETTLED or nine years the suit of the 15 T Daviess itor of ist the Mutual Benefit Life ranee Co of Newark has in the courts of Harrodsburg d held a policy lor He was found dead and vidences pointed to suicide company refused to pay and suit was brought A compromise i hist week by which deducted and the com I - - paay paid the policy with interest amounting to 150u0 It is the tendency of Kentucky courts to compel insurance com janie to pay up no matter what the policies may the pro v t where gross fraud is practiced EK AMI said The object of the resolution is to encourage closer commercial relations be tween the United States and all the other countries of the American Continent and to show the delegates to the International American Congress who will in a few days return to their homes that the people of the United States are in favor of legislation in Congress and of reciprocity treaties between the United States and the various republics of Central aud South America materially reducing or re pealing duties on the products of the various countries of the Americau Continent It is believed that a material reduction or a repeal of the duties on the products of Central and South American Republics will greatly benefit trade relations between the United States and those countries The people of Central and South America need many things produced or raised in the United States and we need much that is produced or raised in the Republics south of us The Pan American Congress has already attracted wide attention aud it is be vi d that good results will follow its deliberations But to achieve the great est success the conference should open a way to reciprocity treaties removing entirely or materially reducing the tariff duties on the products of the countries referred to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ WHO SHOlLD GOVERN GAS AND WATER WORKS Mr YANbElililLT eueral Granger died at Santa Fe an was buried iu the Lexington cem etery where a massive monument marks his grave Commodore Van rierhilt w ho soon after lay on his death bed at his Htateu Island home promptly placed in the hauds of his son Wil liam H five thousand dollars to be invented for the widow and son of him who had been bis friend in need and who had called tbis son Commodore Mrs Granger accepted Vanderbilt a position iu one of the departments at Washington In the course of a few months the sands of life ruu out and the aged capitalist was laid to rest liy will he devised some fifteen thous and more to Mrs Granger thus ren dering her independent of self exertion and thus testifying in death as in life latitude for the nest egg of his colossal fortune William H managed the legacy with conscientious wisdom On his death bed he said to William K 1 should like to add another codicil to im will J want to leave two thous and dollars to each of two widows whom I know They are not iu want but they are so big hearted that they may come to need it one of these days lie mentioned Mrs Granger and Mrs It chauced that he died without adding the codicil but to the credit of oor abused human nature be it said that William Kt promptly forwarded a draft to Mrs Granger at Lancaster Keutucky with the explaualion that it was his fathers wish Alas She had breathed her last that morning at sunrise iu her beautiful home surrounded by her friends They telegraphed the tidings saying that the draft would be at once returned Swiftly came back the message Keek the luouey there will be extra expense to meet now But the generous ofler was declined and the money was sent I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ back Now in this authentic story there is enough of the true and beautiful in hu man nature to rank with Edward Bellamys Utopia Mankind are not all base and recreant Much has been said ao ut Commodore Vanderbilta legacy la Mrs Grander it seemed seemed so pendously Quixotic that the world marvelled It was simple gratitude The sum was no more to the railroad xuaguate ban a hundred dollars to many every day givers Not nearly so much as the hundred dollars to the Yet it was a West Point Lieutenant touching recognition of the Golden km Judge Patterson of Baltimore gave U his daughters friend who nursed that daughter iu her last illness sum of 5000 When he died a year Utter he further bequeathed to her then ty toou and dollars Sue was a widow with a limited income This legacy provided for her throughout her - uoh instances are rare perhaps but the Divine Spirit is not always quenched in the human heart Lex it iress University lectured last night on Mu nieipal Fublic Works Mr Finley One of the most marked feasaid tures of the present industrial age is the tendency of population to concentrate into towns and cities In 1880 only about one fourth of our population lived In cities iu 1840 the ratio was one twelfth and now about one fourth is urban but the fact to be observed is that along with this crowding of population into industrial centres has gone a relatively greater increase iu local expenditure With the growth of cities there arose a need of better streets better lighting larger parks li- Â¬ braries aud better educational facilities Expensive water works took the place of the old town pump in fact hand service gave way to complicated systems of public works During the pe riod from I860 to 1875 the population of our cities increased less than 75 per cent while taxation increased 360 per cent Now in order that our municipalities may meet these expenditures increasing faster than population some thing must be done and that right soon Obviously But what the source of revenue must be enlarged The present taxes levied on our real estate aud personal property by the local government can not be raised in definately to meet the expanding municipal needs Even the present rate of taxes is regarded by many as oppressive A way which I regard as most importand is the better utilization ou the part of cities of their owu re- Â¬ sources I mean those services which from their peculiar and inseparable connection with cities derive a monopolistic nature those services I say should be delivered from the bands of private companies entirely or the privilege of performing these services granted to private companies ouly on the payment of the highest possible per cent of tbe annual gross receipts These services are the supply of water light aud local Irausiiortation to municipalities Tbe manufacture of gas has now become a source of revenue to many Europeau cities the principal generally acted upou being to reduce the price of gas to a reasonable rate and then place the remaining profits if there be any to the relief of taxation Glasgow Scotland eight years after it had assumed control of its gas works realized from tbein a net profit of nearly 90000 and this after the price of gas per 1000 ft had been reduced from 110 to 90 cents I was told by a prom inent newspaer editor of tbis couutry recently from Glasgow that for the year 188S 9 the city reduced the price of gas to 66 cents per 1000 feet and even then realized a haudsome profit We in this city a few days ago were about to grant away to the consolidated gas company the privilege of supplyiog gas to the city for a riod of fifteen years for 125 per 1000 feet but fortun ately The Suu brought ns to our tenses before the company succeeded iu its monopolistic design I know that there is a strong feeling in this country Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RJ Finleyof the John Hopkins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fifteen yesrs sgo my editorial work During this period I have been began familiar with the newspapers of this State When I consider the comparatively small number of journals then in existence and look about me now at the much greater number aud see too in 9ize tbe increase circulation outfit and otherwise the progress is remarkable Then the total number of journals in the State was 127 now it is 233 or more than 75 per cent increase The country weeklies which may be considered the bone aud sinew of the land numbered 81 while now they have increased to 133 From 127 weeklies including agricultural stock religious literary and other kinds the growth baa expanded to 171 A decade and a half ago there were only three semi weeklies now there are seven Then there were eight dailies which small list has swollen to nineteen giving us an increase of 137 per cent Tbe semi monthlies have grown from two to six and monthlies from seven to eighteen Improvement In character is more marked thau in numbers I can recall but three or four cylinder presses in the State outside of tbe city of Louisville at the beginning of tbe period above mentiouedand only one or two of them propelled by an engine Itis no unusual thing at tbis day to find cylinder presses with steam gas hot air or oth er engines The Improvement iu other departments has kept pace with the presses and engiues Seven and eight column papers were then the rule while now those have given place to eight and nine columns Iu those slow days when the pressman and the devil worried along with the old Washing ton hand press at the rate of two or three hundred an hour they wrestled ouly with four page papers while now many of them are six and eight pages It was unusual then to find a country paper with more than oue editor and he was likewise business manager anil Lord Grand High Everything Else Now almost every paper has two edi tors or an editor and business mauager and occasionally a collector or canvass er in addition is employed Then in a majority of offices the editor was a practical printer and did more or less of his own work but that loo has changed ami the editor wbo keeps his paper up to the present high staudard cauuot find lime to lay down his pen aud take up the stick Iu fact many of them have never formed an intimate acquaintance with tbe cases Tbe job departments have grown along with tbe newspapers Nothing in the liue of book work was undertaken in tbe beginuiug of my career save lawyers briefs minutes of religious and educational meetings and similar pamphlet productions Many offices throughout the State now print and bind substantially accurately and elegantly extensive catalogues of colleges sales of thoroughbred animals blanks iu duplicate and triplicate for various kinds of business embracing several hundred pages There are now thirteen religious jour nals in the Slate the same as fifteen years ago yet several have suspended their places being filled by new ones The stock and agricultural papers have iucreased from four to six and the medical journals from three to four but the college literary and secret society journals have grown from five to twenty Where there were forty eight towns with one paper each there are now sixty nine Twelve towns with two papers each are now fifteen Two towns with three papers each are now eleven Instead of one town with five papers there are four with five each and where there was no towu with seven papers now there is one and the city of Louisville witli twenty four journals ot all kinds now has forty six one of them tiie Courier Journal using a 46000 press aud setting its type by machinery Tbe increase in numbers has beeu greater in localities already occupied by papers than in those that were not The number of counties occupied by newspapers was sixty three now it Is one hundred The thirty seven addi tional counties contain forty four papers This uumber takeu from tbe one hundred and six increase exhibited heretofore leaves sixty six that sprang up iu the counties already occupied de monstrating that it is easier to ruu a newspaper in a comuunity where the leople iiave become educated to newspaper reading than iu oue where tbey have not Three couuties bad papers that now have none Oue of the couuties was divided into two tbe new oue securing the paper aud one of the others had a coal oil boom which subsided aud with it the paper I do not know why the third oue was unfortunate A year ago there was a group of seventeen couuties in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky that bad no paper Several were begun during tbe year but I do not think they have all survived That region however is rich iu minerals and railroads are building into them As usual it will be a close race between tbe roads and tbe papers as to which shall first get there I believe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Editor CKmax The above editorial paragraph iu a recent issue of your paper appears to voice the almost universal sentiment of the Democrats of tbis county Can we as a party after having successfully fought so many contests fur supremacy in this county and won a reputation for stubborn a ihereuce to party discipline and fidelity to Democratic principles that has extended throughout the State now tamely submit to Republican domination uuder the leadership of tbe very Mogul of that prescriptive party and shall that gentleman with a record so odious to the Democrats be put forward as the ex emplar of our party faith and delegated with the important trust of fram- Â¬ ing a Constitution for our Democratic State It would be as has been said by another like sending a Methodist Reformer or Baptist representative to a Presbyteriam assembly to amend tbeir articles of faitb In this high and responsible position and oue within the gift of our party let us put none but a Democrat on guard The writer disclaims any purpose or desire to assail the private aud social character of tbe distinguished Republican candidate tor as Constitutional Delegate for known to him that is entirely blame Â¬ less and commendable but it Is his public acts and record with which we have to deal and at he presents himself for a high office and Is asking support at the hands of Democrats it is but just and proper that we should look Into and analyze tbe basis of bis claims Can it be that during the dark period of our States history when party prejudice aud passion run riot in our midst he was a conservative mediator for the oppressed rebuking tbe minions of Federal power wbo held high earnival over the ruined homes and hearts of our people And did he with bis unquestioned influence seek in any manner to avert or mitigate tbe outrages that were being perpetrated upon his neighborj and friends No sir There is no information to the effect that be did any of these things but ou the contrary we hear of bis giv Â¬ ing utterance at this time to the most rabid and vindictive speeches and find him recorded as using his influence and power to crush and still further oppress those who differed with him by advocating aud voting for a bill in the State Legislature to disfranchise aud deprive them of all the rights of citizenship and later on boasting or alleging that the largest fee he ever received for any service was that de manded lor securing the release from prison of a poor Confederate orphan boy it being several thousand dollars and tbis by no means an Isolated case This Mr Eli tor la a sample of of the quality of that reputed kindness show n to ex confederate sola fattening diers in other ir stances upon their misfortuues and is a slight Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ coloring of Mr Burnams record It Is Â¬ to thisdelectabln feast Democrats are invited and asked to be regaled Let the Convention be called and we are satisfied there will be a generous outpouring of tbe Democratic masses who desire to be beard from and wbo will name a man that can and will win this race we will yield nothing to Republicans they may beguile them selves with the hope of there being dissension in our ranks arising from local questions but they will find that these differenced whatever they may have been will all be promptly set aside and that entire harmony and enthusiasm will prevail wheu we are confronted by tbe common enemy Â¬ I am lonely this evening and somewhat home sick Here I am in my seat watching and listening and yet I am at borne looking at my wife and playing with my little boy Mr Speaker Mr breaks the Speaker reverie This is my bill and a good one and I want you all to vote for it says a member Report the bill cries some one and then the clerk begins to read All cows found running on a certain pike between the town and the first toll gate shall be taken up and the party own ing the cow shall be fined two dollars and if this fine is not paid in ten days the party is to be put in jail until same is paid A member addresses the chair and says this is a local bill and he hates to object to any members local bill but in his opinion this bill ought not to pass Why Mr Speaker and gentlemen there might be on this road some poor widow woman with a dozen or more children and one old brindle cow In May when the grass grows and is green on the side of the road the old cow stands in a dry lot and casts a wistful longing look at the green grass and as soon as the good old woman is out of sight the old brindle cow jumps over the fence and takes her morning meal from the sweet growing grass The officer comes along drives the old cow to town and there gets a writ for the old lady and she too is taken to town tried and fined two dollars because the old brin- Â¬ dle cow jumped the fence and eat a little green grass that grew on the road side She can not pay the fine and there she goes to jail A member just here was wrought up and as he saw the old woman going to jail he spokenut and said thed bed d if he would vote for such a bill and the bill was amended so as to exclude all womens cows from the act The father of the bill has not yet forgiven the member from Madison and is ready to jump on him whenever an opportunity offers Here comes another bill to make a man out of Tom Jones who is only 16 years of age A member wants the bill amended so as to keep him from voting Another offers an amendment that he can not marry until he is 2i years old He explains his amendment and says that Under this bill the boy can marry without a license and if he has some money some designing mother and some equally prudent young lady fix their eyes on this boy made a man by the act and before he knows it he and the money are captured both gone And before the speech is over the door keeper cries out Mr Speaker a message a veto of some pet bill from the Governor which was to prevent the sale of spirituous liquors within one mile of a Presbyterian church in Scott county The veto is read and it is set out that under this bill a man could not give his visiting friend a drink of good old Bourbon nor could the minister give the sacrament to his members The veto was sustained Next comes a bill to put all boys and girls under 16 years of age who may have been or may hereafter be convicted of a felony into some reformato- Â¬ This is a good bill and it was ry school A visit to the penitentiary promptly passed would convince the hardest hearted that this is a righteous act and that good will Mr Speaker I move to adcome out of it No No No is heard all journ The motion is withdrawn over the house and up comes a bill to extend the limits of the city of Richmond and the bill is passed and lo Richmond is a city extending one mile in every way from the court house Mr Speaker cries the member from ful I call up the bill known as the Cirton cus Bill The bill proposes to enable every man woman and child who may go to a circus and be disappointed in any part of the show to sue the circus man for damage If the posters show that there will be ten monkeys with long tails and there are only nine monkeys with short tails then suit can be brought by any little boy who wants to see ten monkeys with long tails and cant see them The trick mule is brought in and some one gets on him and sticks to him and rides him around the ring and the bills show the mule with his heels higher than his head and the man who tries to ride Now if this mule him going over his head is ridden and his heels dont go up and his rider dont go over his head then the boy is disappointed and he hasnt seen what he paid to see the bill lets him sue for this The posters shows a woman with two heads and under the curtain she has but one- - The clown hasnt any stripes on him the bills show with stripes all over him and his face too The mouth of the Rhinoceros on the bills is wide open painted red under the curtain he is dead and his mouth is closed The bill now before the house proposes to stop all such cheats aud to make the circus man show what he advertises to show The framer of the bill makes his speech the question is put and down goes his bill Thus it goes Mr Editor but still this is a body of safe conservative men Some mis Â¬ takes will be made but in the long run the I sincerely hope State will be benefited Madison will be ably represented in the Consiitntional Convention Her wealth and intelligence demand it Respectfully WBS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carrying with them McCrea fr Co their representatives in Louisville Oa the 26tb Winchester will vte on a proposition to Authorize the Council 000 a year to spend not more than with any person or corporation that may build a good system of water Â¬ works in said town for the purpow of supplying it with water Circuit Court adjourned Saturday after a three weeks session There was uncivil case of much importance tried and the criminal business was not very heavy MU Embry for stealing money from the till of R Zi turner got 2 years Tom Wren for murder was let off with a like verdict while Teeters was very proud to get off with 21 years Stan Â¬ ford Journal Last week The Climax mentioned the marriage in Scott county of a man named Middfeton ami a woman named Price and that Middletons sister ami hts wifes father were subsequently married Since that Middletons wife and bis nephew have eloped and mar- Â¬ ried taking with them 7000 of Mid dletons money Mrs George Thomas an aged lady living on lower Four Mile creek was attacked by a strange dog supposed to be rabid aud was badly torn being bitten at least two dozen times Reu ben Sympson an old colored man was also badly bitten by the same dog Both parties went to Madison county to seek relief from a mad stone Much excitement prevails in that section and a general canhx slaughter is immin ent Winchester Democrat At a call meeting of the City Council of Cvnthiana Tuesday night the limit of the citys liability was raised from 5000 to 50000 This was doue in order to take stock In the proposed Cynthiana and Western railroad the charter of which was granted by the Legislature Monday Tbis action has caused a spurt in real estate business Two land improvement syndicate have been organized and have laid out about 150 acres in lots which will be admitted within the corporate limits A special from Owingsville says During the thunder storm yesterday afternoon Miss Lida daughter of Es quire Alex Flood who lives a few miles east of here was struck by light Â¬ ning Tiie young lady was taking clothes from a wire line aud tbe lightning rati down the wire jumped off on Miss Floods hand and running up to her shoulder it then took a downward course burning her breast and stomach fearfully The burning besides tbe shock she received renders her condition critical A gent stepped into tbe grocery of V K Sliipp Monday and asked if be was tbe son of Thomas Shipp and being informed that be was the stranger wrote out a check for 15 and handed Send that to your it to him saying father About forty years ago I won an election bet of 5 oft him ami wheu the next election came around he tried to get even and bet 10 on the result and I won that I think I have bad bis money loug enough and want to return it to him The gentleman was Paris Thomas Sbafer of Lexingtou Kentuckian --Citizen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tbe Booth Madjeska engagement at tbe Louisville Auditorium is for May 1 3 LIQUOR HABIT DRDNKENNBSS Ia all lae WarM then ia bat Oie Care Saeeiflr Or Haiaea of tea or eofltee It ran le Riven 1st a cupthe person taking without the knowledge ot r effecting a speedy and permanent core a moderate drinker or whether tli pstlent an nicotic te wreek ThotianlH of drunkards olden have been cored who have taken the knowl pecil1c in ihelr coffee without their edge and to day think they qnll drinking of their own freewill No harmful effect re Â¬Â¬ mit from its administration Cures guaranteed Mend for circular and fnll particulars Address In confidence dniDKH SrkClflC Co 17 1 Â¬ li Race MU CUicliinali O H The McKinley Tariff Bill puts monds on tbe free list Wall Papers dia- Â¬ Judge L L Tiller and R B Brown visitors to Wincbeatar looking Into tbe boom Mr Brown 1 lavested and Jndge Tiller ft Both araonnta are In 60 days In which Hon Je That ia tbe W Lilly bought lb 90 acre at Win chester recently and If he fails to maae up tbe one half 18000 to be paid at -usui ine ena or sixty umy uyuuu is declared void Prom tbe present in dication it appears as if th trade will Dot be mad a it Is quite difficult to secure 118000 In this locality for in vestment In other uncertain quarters Warsaw Independent Local Produce Markets COaaECTBD ARNOLD WBKKLY BY COV1NTOX BRO GROCERS Mail STREET RICHMOND By A Baaf Richmond Ky Beef Cattle Butcher - April 3 4 oc Â¬ SugarCured OUiiCi H- Bacon Hams Cured Country i 1 1 1 ft Chickens V 5o htfsaVt Â¬ Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lis Oats in sheaf per 100 Tallow t vf t lb Lard heathers Largest and cheapest line of wall paMisa Dovie Kindred of Madison and Meal Seed Oat- Mr Garland Witt of Etttill were married Feed Oats lters in town 40- - Crook k Bennett A Urmston at the home of the brides father Lewis Orchard Grass German Millet Kentucky Kindred on April 17 1890 The municipal elections iu Timothv Seed Mr W A Burgin and Mia Joicie Clover Seed show larg Democratic gains Tuesday April Oats in sheaf Munday were married on In cases of Fever and Ague the blood is as effectually though not o danger- 15th 1890 Rev Preston Blake officiating Choice blue grass seed ously prisoned by the effluvium of the The wedding was a quiet one at the home Red top seed Potatoes atmosphere as it could be by the dead of the brides parents and the couple pro- Sweet Potatoes luilaail Dr J H McLeans Chills ceeded at once to their home Mr Burgin Irish lied autl Ff ver Cure will eradicate this pois on from the system Fitly cents a bot- having rented the fine farm of Hon A T LIVE STOCZ MASZET 40 52 Chenault on the Boonesborough pike tle By GREENE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MATRIMONIAL- - w j 32 EMBKY t th Factory will soon loom upou round adjacent tu the water works Georgetown Times Am Ice DIED Mrs Howard Masters died on Tates Creek in Madison county Ky on Saturday April 19th 1890 U eStoesi Commiaalon nail Union Stork Yxnt- - Stock Ta oi ur r Dont Good 40- Aprea tiaaas to see our Bordered Apron fail Cincinnati Ohio Apnl u SHIPPING CATTLE - Ckooke Bennett A Urmston W L Cassell died iu Lexington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS In Pulaski county at 130 4 large mules sold Â¬ to 175 per head Iu Pulaski county eighty eight cattle sold for 22 50 per head In Lincoln county 11 butcher cattle sold at 3c 8 1000 pound cattle sold at 2J cents t The report issued by tbe Central Meteorological Office respecting the grow Â¬ ing wheat plaut iu Italy affords satis Â¬ faction by Tbe local inspection beef law enacted tbe Virginia legislature last winter has been prouounced unconstitutional in the United States Court at Rich Cortex Park died in Madison county Ky on Sunday April 20th 1890 aged probably 80 years Interment at the famHpeaker Reed has announced that he ily burying ground on Monday will adjourn Congress by the first of Mrs Lizzie Deatherage wife of Achilles July Deatherage Jr died on Muddy Creek in Madison county Friday April 18th 1890 SEED CORN corn 1888 crop for sale after a lingering illness The interment White seed took place at the Lipscomb burial ground JAMES MUNDAY on Sunday Deceased was a daughter of 44 45 White Hall Ky jack Willoughby and besides her husband Commissioner Raum says that appli- leaves several children among them Mrs cations for pensions are pouring into W A Powell this place bis office at thejrate of 450 a day There was a very Urge attendance at Freqcently accidents occur in tbe the funeral of Rev Rutherford Douglas household which cause burns cuts last Friday morning and fifteen ministers sprains and bruises for use in such of different denominations were present cases Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has for many years beeu the The services were conducted by Rev Mr Frazer of Walnut Hills assisted by Rev constant favorite family remedy 40 52 Mr Irvin of Anchorage and Dr L H Blanton of Richmond The funeral serThe steamer Majestic has just broken the record by crossing the Atlantic in mon by Mr Frazer was on the theme In our Fathers house are many man6 days 16 hours and 39 minutes sions if it were not so I would have told GO TO you A funeral cortege more than a mile in length followed the remains to the LexThe wet weather is over and the ington Cemetery where Rev Dr Bartlettof ground will be dry enough to plow by Lexington officiated The floral offerings the middle of next week In the mean were beautiful and very profuse Dr time drop in and buy your collars Douglas was born in Charleston W Va hames trace chains back bands plow and went early to St Charles Mo He Hues Ac married the daughter of Rev John C 42- GEO W PICKELS Young of Danville Versailles Sun The Legislature has passed a whip Mrs Nancy Creed died at the home of ping post hill for Graves county her son Dr J W Creed in Kirksville April 8 1890 She was born January 23 11 ase Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose for 1813 car the month of Red River in Madison county and spent the early part Ladies aud Misses of her life there The deceased was a 40- - Ckooke Bennett A Urmston daughter of Robert Martin and at her A french scientist says that people death was the last one of that family in are growing dark and that all will be Kentucky She was the wife of Noah D black in a few centuries Creed a faithful minister of the Christian Yod will have no use for spectacles if church She and her husband held memyou use Dr J H McLeans Strength Â¬ bership at Flat Woods Madison county ening Eye Sulve it removes the film She had been an exemplary christian for antl scum which accumulates on tbe fifty years Her life had been one of faitheye balls sutalues Inflammation cools and soothes the irritated nerves ful devotion not only to her Master but strengthens weak and failing sight 25 to the welfare of her family and neighbors cents a box 40 52 She was possessed of the elements 01 The bill for the erection of a public character that made her a loving wife and mother and also a kind building at Paris at a cost of 100000 has been favorably reported to the Sen- and sympathetic neighbor For many years she had borne the sufferings conse ate quent upon age and disease with that forAdvice to Mothers Mra WntatWs Suothiso Stbup should always titude that only the christian can exercise be used wlien children are euttina teeth It reÂ¬ and was fully ready for that rest that re lieves tbe little ufierert ones itprodaeeensturel quiet sleep nnd the little cherub swnkesM bright as a button It is very pleasant to taste It maineth for the people of God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Csttagra for Rest Two four room cottages on E Street In course of construction Ready May 44- 1st C T Wells Good to Extra Fair to Good James S Cochran died in Madison Common and Rough county Ky on Saturday April 19th Good to Extra Oxen Burial in Rich- Â¬ Fair to Good Oxen aged probably 73 years Common and Rough mond cemetery on Sunday BUTCHER CATTLE 4 Good to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen pn 2 751 1 3 2- - BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin j 2 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 4 00 Fair to Good Steers 3c 4 00 Good to Extra Heifers 3 Common and Thin Stock COWS ANDCALV Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 2 11 j 4 4 25 PLOWING Â¬ Hr isrMMMMMMMMl bMb afffa sA B Â¬ Â¬ g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Awkward Left Hand How awkward most people are with their left hands There is no reason at least no necessity for this but it Is true It is partly duo to heredity and part- Â¬ ly to habit and practice bat It could bo overcome The left arm Democrat nd hand might bo cultivated to the same degree of dexterity whioh literally moans right handedness as the right STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION arm and hand but it involves trouble time and patience and therefore is neg-Â¬ lected The left arm has good reason headqr arterf democratic state to complain of tbis inlustico Committee CentralKy Lexington Nov 6 1889 J A Womu Fkysletan In Cnlna Dr King an American woman occu Â¬ To the Democracy of Kentucky pies the somewhat enviable position of At a meeting of the Democratic State physlcian-in-ordinar- y to one of the most Ceutral and St te Executive Commit- distinguished statesmen in China Her tees held in the parlors of the Phoenix practice in Shanghai is large and valua Â¬ Hotel In Lexington on Wednesday ble and some of her successful surgical November 6th 889 it was ordered that operations have elicited the warmest the Democrats of Kentucky meet iu a praise from her brother physicians China for tho delegate convection in the city of Lou- Â¬ There is a great field in who aro strug- Â¬ woman doctor and those isville at 12 oclock m on tbe 28th gling along here might do well to wend day of May 1890 for the purpose of thoir way to tho kingdom of rice aad nominating a candidate for Clerk of tbe mioe and every thing nice Court of Appeals to be voted or at tbe August election of 1890 NEWS PARAGRAPHS The basis of representation for each eouuty shall be one delegate for each There never were so many strikes two hundred rotes and oue of each and rumors of strikes as there are this fractiou over one hundred cast for Gro spring Evidently there Is too much ver Cleveland for President in 1888 protection in this glorious country of provitled that no county should have a ours Journal less represent a iv6 thau one delegate Patrick Henry Thompson has reÂ¬ It is ordered that every county shall covered judgment in tbe Fayette Com select its delegates on tbe 17th day of mon Pleas Court against the CincinMay 1890 in such manner as the nati Southern Railway for 650 for a Couuty Committee may determine If brood mare killed by said road from any cause tbeCounty Committee Miss Waltz a youug girl of a good should fail to make provisions for the family suicided at Hillsboro Fleming selection of delegates the voters shall county Sunday by taking poison This meet In mass convention in the Court makes the second one to suicide there House in sucu county at 2 oclock p during the last four weeks News M and select the delegates to which The County Court has received a the county is entitled spleudld oil portrait of Judge Matt M IX ALFORD Chairman Turney executed by a Cincinnati arW P Kimball Secretary tist which they ordered for tlie purMiss Katie Gano daughter of Gen pose of banging on tbe wall in tbe R M Gano vbo has been a frequent Court room Paris N ewa visitor to this locality will be married Tbe Merchants and Traders Exat Dallas Texas on Wednesday April change a big bucket shop with head- Â¬ 23 to Dr Hugh L McLourin Dan quarters in Nashville and branches at ville Advocati various Southern points have failed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mond M Kahn bought of G G White his distillery fed cattle 70 flue home-raiseSee Wilkes Baxter about your paint at 410 and 175 pick out of 300 at ing and you can get a good job at tbe 3 56 The best lot averaged 1400 the lowest price 43 46 others 1050 Paris Keutuckian-Citi-ze- u Members of Congress complain tiiat about one half their time is consumed In Clark county recently Johu A iu listening to the applications peo- Â¬ of Judy bought 500 hogs average weight ple wbo want office about 200 pounds at 3 cents A lot of Imperfect digestion and assimilastock hogs of lighter weight sold at produce same price George Fox bought tlie tion system disordered conditions of the which grow aud are con Â¬ Nichols farm of 123 acres near Hedges firmed by neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthened Cordial and Blood Purl at 65 per acre fier by D Morris the assistant director of gestion lis tonic properties cures Indi and gives tone to the stomach tbe Kew Gardens London claims to 1 00 per bottle 40 52 have discovered the way to raise sugar If ail of tbe peosion bills proposed in catie from seed instead of from cuttings which has been the former meth- Â¬ Congress become laws an increase of Georgetown od and expects to realize great results taxes will be necessary Times from the crossing of breeds and tbe improving of the stock as well as from Laee Cartaias tbe cheapening of the cane raising Tbe Our Lace Curtain stock is complete seeds he discovered by the aid of a 40-- Croke Bennett A Urmston micrsoBcope in the panicle or flowery Patti wears a number three shoe head of tbe cene The area sown French wheat crop Collars and Chains In wheat lo 1889 was larger than any si uce 1S85 viz 7160026 hectares or I have an excellent lot of collars 17000000 acres the crop rose to 1 II collar pads hames chains back bauds 460218 hectolitres or about 33000000 and other things for plowing qrs from 98740000 hectolitres or 33 42- GEO W PICKELS 500000 qrs in 1888 The average weight Twenty six fire insurance companies per hectolitre of French wheat was 772 Last year kilos in 1889 as against 738 kilos in do business in Georgetown 1888 the weight therefore of the their receipts amounted to 17000 wheat crop of 1889 was 86692099 me- They paid out In losses 9289 Times tric quintals as against 79005508 meWhen you are constipated with loss of appetite headache take one of Dr tric quintals in 1888 J H McLeans Little Liver and The steamship Nympbseafrom Ham- Â¬ ney Plllets They are pleasant to Kidtake burg Germany which arrived in New and will cure jou 25 cts a vial 40 52 Orleans Monday last brought the At Danville two negroes were elect Â¬ elaborate machinery for the beet sugar ed members of the City Council factory now under construction at Donelsou has a quantity of new sulGrand Island Neb Site also brought upwards of fifty tous of beet seeds kies surries aud buggies of tbe newest Several tons of these seeds go forward aud most popular patterns and at very 5 to tbe Agricultural Department at reasonable figures Washington aa that department has Tbe electric light plant at tbe Blue had applications for seed up to the pres- Grass Cordage Factory will soon be lo ent time from over two thousand far- Â¬ operation and tbe night force of hands mers throughout tbe Uuited States put ou Georgetown Timfs Baltimore Journal of Commerce Old people suffer much from disor Â¬ ders of the urinary A man wbo has practiced medicine ways gratified at the organs and are al wonderful effects for 40 years ought to know salt from of Dr J H Leans Liver and Kidney Balm in banishing their troubles One sugar read what be says Dollar per bottle 40 43 Toledo O Jan 10 1887 Messrs F J Ctieney A Co Gentle Professor George Hunt of Fayette men I have beeu iu the general prac- Â¬ county is a candidate for Superintend tice of medicine for most 40 years and ent of Public Instruction would say that iu all my practice and It Cured Blights Disease experience have never seen a prepara- Â¬ Speedwell Ky May 4 1889 This tion that 1 could prescribe with as much ia to certify that 1 had Bright1 Disease confidence of success as I can Halls or something very much like it and Catarrh Cure manufactured by you was In very feeble health This was in the year of 1887 Have prescribed it a great many times I used one dozen and its effect is wonderful and would bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and 1 am now in better health than I have say in conclusion that I have yet to been for years a case of Catarrh that it would not find Jamk8 M Hendren Sold by W G White Prescription cure if they would take it according to Druggist Richmond Ky 49 eow Yours truly directions L L GORSUCH MD Gov Bnckner is formally announced Office 215 Summit St in Hart county as a candidate for dele We will give 100 for any case of gate to the Constitutional Convention Catarrh that can not be cured with from that county Halls Catarrh Cure Taken Internally For sick headache female trouble F J CHENEY A CO Props neuralgic pains iu the head take Dr J Toledo O H McLeans Little Liver and Kidnay 45 48 Sold by Druggists 75c Pellet 25 cents a vial 40 62 d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ soothes the chililsoftens thetramsmllaysallpsn regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy for dutrrhrea whether arising from teethinc or other causes Twenty Ore cecta a bottle Kirksville April Milton Elliott 17 1890 Louisville By Glover a Tobacco Ware House Durrett Louisville Market Tobacco Both the method and results Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste Ently jet promptly ou the K and Bowels cleanse th tem effectually digpeis coiK aches and fevers nnd cures ha constipation Syrup of Fig i only remedy of its kiud ever duced pleasing to the taste at ccptable to the stomach pi its action and truly beneficial effects prepared only from the rnot healthv and agreeable suhetaiK many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the mot popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand core it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not M substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO a- OIV BNJOYf Sales on our market for the week juxt closed amount to 2933 hhds with receipts for the same period of 1185 hhd Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amouut to 45172 hhds Sale on our market up to this date of tlie crop of 1889 amount to 26901 hhds Our market during this week has reÂ¬ mained vry firm and active on tbe good grades of barley tobacco both old and new but the offerings in the main have heen of inferior quality with a considerable per cent of soft and funk Â¬ ed tobacco among the new and this character of tobacco shows some weak ness All of the warehouses on our market are now having regular auction sales and we are through with the coo fuion which followed tbe tornado The following quota ions fairly rep resent our market for Burley tobacco crop of 1889 Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 150 to 2xf350 Colory Trash 350 to 750 Common Logs not colory 400 to Â¬ touisviuj xr SAN FRAHCISCO CAL kew rovr rr Humphreys earersjly prepared M- Da He yamrat aqpica are sctsstttacallj and sM bMOBbHl KWbTT s1BbTAb MBbV nsnsfeaoTl laanrtal ears for that t Toaaa sssasBWBi ci ho or radoctnc he si slim aa are dead the srvsrelBW re saeaieaaithe cos tat or rutctru aoa Vnsrs ruaiilliia Worm Warasa Worm Fever TTia term anarna Col - World 0 Halt fcaeasa aiisHiiisM BropUo Rkeasaatlssn ifasaanOrPaW Fever and Aor iv Chill car riiss misa Infloeasm CoJdnitkef Sredor Palaral Perlada tea rsii too Profuse Periods Cosark THBIi all THinls lna asrtss Ifirtlils rnoaaacaja Fnoanene esuckss StckBaadacke Tertsso 1 i or Can llsrrkas iirorTasaiar eatery unpins t ssCoUrtsevsts CoUc e- tatsr at Wbm IWblUiv PnvaenaJW casjgaa issili violent rneral neaer uurine Dentllty - 26 700 to 1000 Common Leaf 750 to 9 00 Medium o good leaf 950 to 1300 Good to flue fillers 1300 to 1800 Select or wrappery tobacco 18 00 to oO Colory Lug rlaarv Weaknea Win Bis Will let iaeueartraipttauoni I ras 1 at us sue Da nrarwaais aacai 0i HTi seats rksUy bound In clot aad cold mslU HaatnbreyV edletaeCeH Fulton St H T Sold by SPECIFI CS WALLER BENNETT B H NEALE COMBINATION SALE Oia Mae lFAl2r -C3-ro-urLcas CO J S m Richmond Ky I1I11 tI o 2 SSfa aS 8 12 9 s S MAY1 j 1 S 5 S Almont Belmont Onward Vatican Abdalbrino Idol Wilkes Bud Crooke Yazoo fi a g rclS l- I I sT fig Z s g2 2S 2 Hylas 2 fe x Vandal Wilkes Pretender J o5 And other good Stallions represented H KEXTUtKY For Catalogues apply to 43 46 M B AR BUCKLE RICHMOND ff III Ml I II iLifcHWIIIMI jiffia pftarnfffia nftW tf j i SUPPLEMENT ua rcj i jj III f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ml 1I I bear and draw it away from tho imperiled hunter They could not get Â¬ VOLUME AN RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY It was thero in time Hollywood ono arm broken by a blow from tho bears paw ono sido of his face torn away by the ani- Â¬ mals claws and balf blindod by blood seemed to discover his danger from the ledge just as ho backed to its edge He attempted to turn and savo himself but it was too late Seeing that ho must fall over the precipice ho dropped tho knife and leaping into tho air Â¬ threw his arm tightly around tho bears a ty Both hunter and bear Went over couplu of weeks neckrocks When Blackwell and Rico ago said A C the reached tho edge of tho ledge thoy saw Jaquln a buyci1 Hollywood lying in a heap al tHo foot for a Sow York of tho rocks Tho grizzly was limping fur house and away toward tho woods Tho two farm- Â¬ tbet although ers emptied guns ap-Â¬ man Who owned parent effect their tho without anymon- Â¬ Into retreating it hal already ster Ho kept on his war walking on flvo received bur died dollars for killing tho fii XilSSS flU bear that wore the Bitn ho fused to accept my offer TbeVe was nothihtr in tho quality of the sklh that gave it value Its extraordinary size was what made me want it-- Tho skin camo off of what was undoubtedly tho biggest bear that was ever killed on this I continent did not see tbe bear for it bad boon killed two or threo weeks before I got on there and I rode twenty miloH on horscA back to see tho sitln which was about all tho people along liattlc creek were talking about just then The head had beer cut from the skin which reduced its length by two feet but us it was it measured nearly twelve feet n length BOTH HClfTKR AltD nSAB WKXT OVKB From tip to tip of the outetrettlhed paws TBB hOCB the width wae fifteen feet Btanding erect on its hind feet the boar must hard three foet his right foreleg having been been at least seventeen feet high and broken by the fall over the ledge The walking on all fours ho was almost flvo farmers went around to the foot of the feet tall Such a monster couldnt have rocks and found Hollywood dead and boon a very pleasant object to moot in frightfully mangled They found hi3 the woods and as the story goes out gun n the willows broken in two at along Battle creek at least five WeH the stock It was supposed that the Its career in bear had had met that bear o ri rushed upon Hollywood before the region add never came back to tell he was aware of its proximity and ho of it had not been able to fire more than The boar had a singular deformity once before the gristly knocked the gun in a regular club foot whether from out of his bands and forced him to the birth or caused by accident was not defense that had ended so disastrously known and had been called for twenty After the tragic ending bf that hunt years 01d Clubfoot by tho farmers of Did Clubfoot Was hot seen again tor a Tehama County and other parts of long lime and it Was hoped by all and Northern California where he had for believed by many that tho wounds poor all these years been a terror to tho peoÂ¬ Hollywood had inflicted on the bear had ple carrying off not only swine and been fatal to the grizzly But the hope Sheep but full grown cattle One farmer was baseless for the dreaded bear put told mo that this boar had caused in an appearance in the same locality a loss to the amount of many thou- Â¬ year later and ho Had been hiving sands of dollars in that way ia Tehama pretty much his own way on Battle County alone to say nothing oi the creek in spite of the big price on his human lives he was alleged to have head when he was discovered one day a taken For ten years a price had been few weoks ago by a trapper and hunter on his head five hundred dollars reward named Jim Hendrix in an old stubble being offered by tho farmers to any ono field enjoying itself hunting field mice who would run Old Clubfoot down and a seemingly insignificant recreation for kill him It was in trying to earn this an animal that could carry off a reward that tho flvo men wore sup-Â¬ yearling bull but a favorite pas posed to have sacrificed themselves at time with grlsilics Uerdrix had to tho grizzly terror as probably gent more lead after and into different times thoy had gone out with tho intention of Old Clubfoot during all the year tho killinc the bear and never returned bear had run things in that rogion than The grilaly had outwitted the smartest any other man along the creek and he of tho old time bear killers of that says that he felt it in his bonos that day country and seemed to carry a charmed that he was going to bag tho big bcatt life He would be seen or heard of ono there and then Ho crept stealthily up day at a certain locality and tho next in tho bushes until ho was within day would put in an appearance at a twenty feet of the club footed bear with- Â¬ place fifty miles away No traps nor out the grizzly suspecting his presence guns nor devices of any kind seemed to Hendrix took sure aim and sent a bullet bo equal to tho cunning old cripple and plumb in tho groat bears right oyo he continued to scourge northern Cal- Â¬ The grizzly sprang liko a flash to an ifornia with impunity erect position on his hind feet gave a Whether this great boar was re-Â¬ loud snort of rage and pain and fell like sponsible or not for the disappjarance of a treo to tho ground and Old Clubfoots tho five men ho was charged with hav days were numbered ing killed there was no doubt that ho When tho news of the killing of the did kill one of them for ho was seen to bear got around the farmers had a days do it by two witnesses trustworthy men public rejoicing The flvo hundred dolstill living on Battle creek Those lars was paid to Hendrix Ho found men aro William Black well and John eleven bullets of different shapes and Rice stock farmers The nan they sizes in various parts of the bear when saw Old Clubfoot kill was a noted bear he dressed it all of them encysted iunter named Hiram Hollywood Tho showing that they had been carried pear had been prowling around tho about by Old Clubfoot for years The Blackwcll farm for several days and figures they gavo mo as to the weight of the bear seemed incredible to mo but they declared that they were true 2300 pounds The largest grizzly I ever heard of before this ono weighed 1600 u pounds and was considered a mammoth in that region of mammoth grizzlies N Y Sun Manitoba COLT LIAS WONDERFUL The Story of tbe Trials of an Old Her Told by a Maine Man I remember tho first time that I saw Ellas Perkins said the man from Maino Ho was to the New York Tribune sitting on a fence rail whittling a stick The next time I saw him ho war perched on tho same rail and tho tick in his left hand seemed to be tho samo one as before I saw him many times that summer and he always sat on tho fence and ho always whittled Be was ono of those pieces of htekory that ono meets in my State Ho Was fiver sixty years old but during the winter he could swing an axo with any no never worked in man in tho wood the summer Ho had picked up a deal of knowledge somewhere and his brain was like an iron box for ho never for- Â¬ got anything which he onco got into hie head Ho would discuss algobree trigo as ho ex Â¬ nometrco and tho classic pressed it with equal willingness but ho would add T pfofr tho old pdetsi they get down to business without many flourishes I havo heard him quote Homer by tho hundred lines with Â¬ out a break his long arm making un- Â¬ gainly gestures and his whitened head bowing with a solemn dignity at tho end In geomotry ho would of each verse rattle away at any thing winding tip with an impressive quad erat demon strandum1 Lias overy body called him and ho was often called upon to act as tho final referee In cases of dispute for it was ad- Â¬ mitted in that part of tho country that Lias knew overy thing But Lias was destined to show his weakness bite in life and the result of it was more se- Â¬ vere than years of chopping at pines in the eoldest Maine weather It Was the second summer oi my ae quaintance with him that I found him ono day as usual on tho fence but his knife was not at work as usual on a pleco of wood I Jo was pegging away in art absent minded fashion at the rail itself I went into tho village day boforo yesterday said Ellas looking up with a weary look in his faded bluo eyes and I bought a colt Im going to raise him and havo the finest horse in this township Well Klias I said what affl you going to do with him What do you need of a horse I jusi want io raise hini he an Hut ties a tough one to swerod handle I think thats why I want to raiso him Two days afterward when I saw him again both his knife and whittling stick wore gone Hows tho colt Elias 1 asked He got up in tho hills yesterday and I was out looking for him all night Hos back now Tho old man showed signs of fatigue Perhaps there never was a colt more I heard of the anivicious than Elias mals capers overy day and it kept Ellas continually busy looking after his new pet But one day t found him back in his old position looking liko himself Wheres the colt to day I asked Hos lost said Elias with satisfac- Â¬ tion and ho quoted some verses to show his submission to fate In threo days Elias had gono back to his old friends tho knifo and tho stick But on tho morning of the fourth day when he got up ho Found his colt stand- Â¬ ing at the door of his little house Henceforth troubles camo thick and fast upon tho old backwoodsman His back began to bend ovor and nothing could induco him to talk of tho old poets Tho old man went to pieces rapidly but ho would not give up tho colt This con- Â¬ dition of affairs continued until it was difficult for Elias to drag himself around Ono night the vicious colt while jumping a fence caught ono of it3 legs and broke it Somo one took a rifle and ended tho brutes suffering When I heard of this tho next day I called on Elias He was lying on his bed with his eyes closed but there waj a supremo look of rest on tho yellow face and a smllo of content about the thin lines at tho corner of tho mouth Elias I said it was too bad about tho colt Yes said the old man with a smile I think I was teaching him a little decency It was too bad to be dis- Â¬ appointed Ellas got out again in a fow weeks but he was never able to go back to the woods He never ceased to tell how- Â¬ ever how ho was conquering his colt when the animal was killed And as time wont on the virtues of the brute seemed to grow on Elias for such a pa ticnt docile intelligent and wonderful colt as tho ono described by Elias two years afterward as he sat on the old fence ono evening man never before heard praised Â¬ Â¬ WEDNESDAY APRIL 23 1890 I 1 250 shoe tiljli A il SUPPLEMENT T V P NUMBER 45 his Drst orrense ana trio editor OLD CLUBFOOT let him down gently The young moil made his exit much after the manner of His Hard Trials with Persistent a man who goes into a dentists office to Career of the Biarjrest and Ugliest have a tooth drawn and at tbe last mo Contributors Grizzly Ever Killed ment changes his mind When a man in tho popular agitator business camo in Crtry Ty Scene in the Chiefs Sanctnm and proooedod to read a few pages of an r a 0FFE1ED one r of Bis Daily People WkoM Mml hundred dollars 80000 word article on the elevation of tho script Are Rejected The Humor in cash for a social condition of somebody or other I aau the Touph lt grizzly bear- Â¬ left When it rains make it a practice skin out in to go inside Charles Ledcrer in ChiTehama Coun ID vou ever sit cago norald EDITORS SORROWS 1 This new and excellent and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES i equal to any 350 shoe It grows more will resume him Really I dont think he has noticed it for he is used to that sort of thing For t Instance the editor THE wwxcTEn m o th hebdomadal moust edition of tho IM- snubs tho r c by emal Dte iccllnlnf to accept a wad of manu Â¬ script carefully prepared with a of raising tho view literary standard of the Diet and three large dollars for the writer of tho MS There upon the r c taat Subject In Various States tho rejected conCp in tho little State of Rhode Island tributor as ho the people are waking up to tho impor Â¬ enters stays and tance of having good roads A State exits The re- Road Improvement Association has been jected contrib-- formed and it is already doing much r she is well worth good At a recent meeting of this body ugh as a peneral thing the following letter frem Mr Scott A ui object for contemplation Smith treasurer of the Providence Oil not a cheerful object company was read rally of an atrabilious tempera Good roads already exist In various raent the r c sees every thing con parts of tho older States of our country nee ted with newtspa- and if they aro to be made and mainxcept tained in Rhode Island much exact in amw contribuformation is needed as to methods tor - in a dim but making and maintaining roads It may us llfrht bo stated as an axiom for us that there Tbe sea upon which is not so much difficulty in making good M launched his roads as in maintaining them I speak try iark is ac- from personal observation in saying his own that In France where there are somo recurring de of the best of modern made roads there JwJm I i scription a gloomy exists a system of maintenance whlob one s much so in- is carried to that degreo of perfection indeed as to tmg HARD to kejict for which tho French arc so justly re be idea of a laleo of vinegar surg nowned in all their methods relating Idly upon a beach bepebbled with to public affairs- To particularize Each ills My metaphor may bo a Ut Â¬ section tf a road is under constant surile mixed but I always prefer tho veillance and needed repairs aro at Once mixed article to tho plain when tho made Further the destruction of uiie roads by tho use of heavily loaded And here let mo diverge still further wajgons having narrow tires can not from jny original subject to say that as harppoj as 6uch matters are regulated a mere matter of by wtil formulated laws and tho tec economy like punessiry obedience to snch laws is en ning because it is forced Mttef the civil system of laws tbe cheapest form without any of the embarrassments of wit which exist in countries governed by UefrjrinfT the re what is termed common law jected contributors This agitation of the subject of good pardon for this moÂ¬ roads has come nono too soon Trt one mentary neglect I who has 6rcn with what ease heavy Â¬ Â¬ i in tho ufiico of managing tho editor of a big daily and watch TO HAVE BETTER ROADS An Awakened Cl Interest on This Impor EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT F0H MEN AHD WOMSIf EVEHT PAK GUARAFTEED THE NEWEST HATS hmmL I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make - I Â¬ woll-mad-- A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion ave money by calling on 30- - 5 Â¬ Â¬ W sssrfsaTi it Â¬ ma gloomy days on Â¬ ly relieved and enlivened by his passes many lurid frequently amended ciations repeat ed and denun loads are moved In Europe on good roads in WlgWM properly tired the feel Â¬ ing exists that wo aro a generation if not a century behind other nations The actual practical value to farmers and others of good roads can not be questioned and looking into tho future may not the advent of tho bicycle and the tricycle arain call the maintenance of tho country inn With good smooth roads those now living may Beo oar l propelled by storage batteries and going at a speed ovor country roads which Lb not now dreamed of by users of horses In conclusion if tho Romans could mckc roads which have endured two thousand years why can not we make arrl maintain good roads possessing as wo do facilities for such work wholly unknown to tho Romans OLIVER PLOWS BBssBIbII ismslissMsB Ii St UsB J POWELL RACKET STORE First loor town W5c 15c - BsS BbYV HfIT Comet Flour Gallon CosfM Int IS S 26 inch haml Saw Â¬ editorof the Diet Woe botldo the little man ho in a moment f of the all that we shall have will come from tho North A room can be so con cle structed that it will servo for tho presNo Ive really been too busy ervation of both dairy products and rr it ought to be printed socn fruits and that will keep the temperaThe editor sees a chance for escape and with a forced calmness that con ture at a low degreo in suincier and at a ceals tho wild hope comparatively high degree in winter When that arises within for ice the bouso or room is constructed an apartment is made above tho his breast sa3 s room for tho That is Perhaps youd the principle storing of thetoice cooling tho that applies better take it elseroom when ice is used The sides of the where No I wouldnt cooler aro made so they will not conduct heat and an apartment above holds the dream of hav 3r printed in any other ice Whether ico is used or not of course Journal than yours This thing is re- it should be when at all practicable the peated with varia- construction of the room Is tbe same It tions for a week or is to be made with double walls with a two until one day space between of from six inches to a the editor takes the foot and this filled with some material The roof ought to office boy into his REMARKABLE DUELS nEJECTii irTiiAC eonfldoree That be double also so should tho doors and so Tbe History of Two Encounters FoaurM TIOS day on hearing tho should tho lottom Following these diin the Dark well known footsteps of the rejected rections wo shall get a room that will Several remarkable duels have been contributor as ho ascended the stairs be pretty cool in summer evon without fought in the dark In 1800 Isaac Corry the editor hid in the exchange editors ico and pretty warm in winter If the and Harry Grattan engaged in a fierce big basket while the oilier boy re structure can bo erected on tho north side of a building so much the hotter debate which culminated in Corry say turned tbe manufcript with thanks ing that Grattan instead of addressing One day I sat in an editors office and Western Rural him should if he had his deserts be sketched a half dozen or so of the re Wire Fence llraee standing at a felons bar The two left jected contributors 1 send you a rough sketch of a sub tho house immediately with friends and Tbe editor told mo stantial way to brace tho ends of wlro although it was pitch dark a meeting that it was a very fence Braced in thi3way the end post was then and thore arranged and at the poor day for them will not yield to the tension of tho first shot Corrys left arm was fractured which accounts for wires and your fence will not slack One night at Casala Signor Rossi was roy not getting a FItiHTISU T1UC BEAR WITH A LONO playing Hamlet and was interrupted choicer lot than I BULDED KNIFE by the loud talking and laughing of a herewith present in body of young Italians Finally he outline The first had killed a number of young cattle stopped in the middle of a speech and was a very pretty Hollywood lived in an adjoining counyoung lady and ty and Black well sent word for him to walking to the footlights said I will continue when you will allow from the expression come over and see whether he couldnt on th fata the tattkked toim be a match for Old Clubfoot It was in me Tho chattering stopped but at the I think it must have nearly broken his November six years ago Hollywood conclusion of the play the box keeper S 4 tough heart when ho rejected her tights 1 went to Blackwells and with Black Sv handed him z challenge from one of the ly rolled well and his neighbor Farmer Rice contrito bution Almost at herheelscamo a sad started out after the big bear Thoy young men The actor did not wish imfaced man with his mouth twUted into came in sight of him in a wild and appear afraid but it was absolutely a smile appropriate to his would be prorocky place high in the moun- Â¬ perative that he should leave Casala fession that of humorist His noso tains He entered a thick growth earlyatho next morning as ho had to was equally of willows which hid him from give performance at Milan He wentÂ¬ appropriate but his WITE FESCE BKACK aaeerly written story didnt go with two The sight farmers were to the address of the challenger and ex the editor and he slid out into tbe Tho post should bo set throe feet deep frightened so by the awful appearance plained matters to him adding If yon will dispense with the form-Â¬ This way of bracing the of tho enormous grizzly that they would cold draughty world Then camo a in the ground person with mildewed whiskers corru Â¬ end post will hold as many wires tight not go any nearer tho spot where the ality of second and will accompany gated face a misfit umbrella a cough as are ever used Charles F ONoil in bear was hiding and thoy were not yet mo to my hotel I have a big room in within gun shot of It Hollywood went which we oan settle our little differences and somo sheets Farm and Fireside on alone and entered the willows of paper contain The in time for nae to got away to Milan if Weight of Milk report of his rifle was soon heard but you will allow me ing reminiscences Â¬ A gallon of milk varies in weight ac The proposal was agreed to and they Black well and Rice could of the boy hood of cording to the quality A gallon of only once fierce growls and snappinga of repaired at onee to Roasts hotel Bat the late pure water has a standard weight of hear the they were not allowed to fight tb4r duel Hayes of Ohio 8339 lbs avoirdupois a gallon of milk at the grizzly and knew that Hollywood in peace for tho landlord came to the must have been forced into a Ho yon the ed a standard gravity of 1030 would weigh fight with tho bear In spite of door and begged to be allowed to enter ho in- 8S8U lbs It is usually taken to weigh itor He quired and then 8X lbs Tho weight of milk depends their foar they hurried forward to be of ing had heard of the challenge and see Rossi return with a stranger his aid to tho hunter but before they dropped his bunon tbe cow more than on the food for a suspicions were aroused It was ail in reached the willows out came Hollydle of reminis cow giving rich milk will yield milk of vain that Rossi told him that hi visitor on the ed- - lower specific gravity as the proportion wood retreating backward from tho cences had gone Nothing would satisfy him His first omoH itors desk He of butter increased in it But the dif- Â¬ boar which was erect on its hind feet retired in just twenty seconds without ference is very slight There will bo a r nd towered far above the hunter who unless he saw the light extinguished We must humor him whispered having left any thing behind In ten very slight difference between the was covered with blood Ho was fight- Â¬ Rossi It will bo easy to take aim by Â¬ bear with a long bladed huntingminutes tho tall form of a tough ap gravity of milk made on summer post ing the The place where the strug- Â¬ the sparks of our cigarettes peared in the doorway lie had a writ uro or good winter feeding but the -knife So the ten retraction that related to somo re latter will produce somewhat heavier gle was going on was an unfortunate lord wentlight was put out and tho landaway only however to hoar one for Hollywood On ono sido of the tktmt had been printed regarding milk Â¬ marks The specific gravity of milk be willows with only a space of a few feet in a few minutes two loud reports and him Being of a peaceable disposition fore calving is slightly creater than to find his fears confirmed on rushing I retired temporarily When the sounds after calving on account of the greater between it and the copse was a ledge back again Rossi stood uninjured and of contest had subsided I returned Tho proportion cf salts in it- - The same ap that dropped sheer for twenty live feet bis antagonist lay with a broken shoulder-while on tho other side the mountain editor was serene but tho tough had Country Gentle10 a farrow cow rose abruptly Tho bear was backing tho blade mysteriously disappeared man hunter directly toward tho edge of the Comp icjted Family Relations really felt sorry for a young gentle The I n responsive Saleslady ledgo and he did not seem to to aware At a small town in Wurtemborg re- Â¬ man who a few minutes later tried to Hipathizing Customer Doesnt it of his danger in that direction so busy cently a marriage took place which dispose of a poem make you very tired to stand here all was he trying to save himself from the brings about a complicated state of about E yes So day long and wait on oil sorts of peoplo fury of the bear Black well and Rico family relations The woman had been HI ue or something l cave to an- shouted to Hollywood to warn him of married three times before and each Shop Girl Awfully of that sort Tbe swer so many fool questions you know his double peril but he either did not time bad taken for her husband a poem was so tat Tribune hear them or did not understand them widower with children Hor fourth tered and torn that for he kept working toward tho ledge husband was also a widower and as he It should have been Was a Cold It He plunged his knifo every second al- had children by his first wife who drawmp a pension Miss Sharp Oh how do you do Mr most into the bear up to the hilt but was herself a widow with children when Kotwitb a n d i n g You are not looking very weU Sissy Its forlorn condi No Miss Shawpe IVe a although blood poured from the wounds he married her tho newly married Mr Sissy thus mado tho knife did not roach tho couple have started their matrimonial tion it wa cold or something in me head The poet shivered think it must vitals so thick was the grizzlys shield- companionship with a family composed - Sbarpe calmly of hide and fat Neither of Hollyof the children of no less than eight and witiil be a cold Mr Sissy Munsoys Weekly woods companions dared Shoot at the previous marriages It would puzzlo a jually did my ii roads cost money but there is bear as they were afraid of hitting the magieian to settle the exact relation80000 wc sympathy go out to for which money is expended hunter But intent on saving the man if ship existing between this very as novice wno seemed seared wane m rings a more satisfactory return ppisible they ran forward to attack the sorted household the awful presence of a real live editor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ personally he you the iiitok to look over tho bnndleof copy which the r c leaves on the editorial desk Tho next day the peregrinating manu Â¬ script vender comes back Then follows a dialogue something like this Have you bad time to read my arti- Â¬ -- alerration be i of pity to COOLING ROOM Its Value to the Dairyman and Frnlt Itaiser There is more attention being given to the construction of cooling rooms whore the temperature can be maintained at a proper degree for tho preservation of dairy products and fruits We have frequent inquiries about the construction of such rooms In mot sectionb of the country there will be a scarcity of ice next summer No ice Â¬ Â¬ ml VriiBfip fell Tkr J Suapentlor from Covered Bak- Quart CULEm To pronged n Mi Kitchen Spoon Milk SkiiHKiB Fine Salt and lVji tor up ap 4c ipkim The largi Towei 1 up linen IT liic en made in many sections and 338sHi w4SsRd2c3BEssssV Mens and Boys t BEAT BMIWEil Â¬ Â¬ AT COST Â¬ Â¬ wmsr Z X SHACKELFORD -- nyon jsvxjIu by DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- - top ink Size is I GENTRY JJ 41 BKi U M CHKN Hardware Tinware AJUM M LV WnnrtRHwarR WVVIWU VJ UUWMW Hi AiW Fnrnis h nor Ml Real 40 BROOKS CHENAULT Esta 16 Brokers Â¬ BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Richmond Kim Lirge lists of City anil Couutry Prop- Â¬ erty Property sold and bought on Correspondence solicited Commission and prompt atteution given aotrOfhce in Jaba Iteunetts law office Branch office at Stockton A Brooks Drug Store -- Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March sunamsKOi rwiuav Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Â¬ Â¬ 19 1890 Â¬ Â¬ er Â¬ Stricken Man A sad eyed man walked Into a store in Belolt the other day says the Janes vills Gazette and planking down a S10 note tearfully said Just four years ago to day I stole a 4 pair of shoos from your store Tho matter has been preying on my mind but my pride pro vented me from confessing I can stand it no longer Take your pay out of this 10 bill The merchant of course was delighted to meet such a penitent contrite soul and gave the man 0 and ho departed with a light heart Tbo 10 bill was a very flnely exeeuted counterfeit Tho next A Conscience nsQlpr One nt tlw BFJlTTrln MCODf I EY Mi HmI MORE TIM faOowiaff c mil tend t Mil ttOSK rSBSOH ta Mck lorAlity asftboOtlf tkow who writ woe cm ink ur of lortoia tb rbaJic All ou or ntom is to kw omw oMtbora tfcoM wlK caJl f if around jroai Tha ba mm raoaa Uua ststraTtiaranant mtmmimm w tha small tmd af tha tala- rlraa tbe appaamaca aK rauacaa world to fbHtitirs if themalnl nd Our infrnd r our stpnorfuidi wa MILLINERY MRS LEE MAUPIN For Sale or Hent Htlll kf it bow IS SftiKJ IM SSkivS- - blk V l It UAasJUftl j7 rr -a srAKUS iwt i I -ril - ME I desire to sell or rent privately the While thanking the ladies for past large two story favors assures hem that she has the most elegant line of good in the city and with the atwisauce of Miss Sailie Owens as trimmer will continue to 120 E situate on a grxl corner lot in Ellis give baritaiog as heretofore Main Htreet opp Second Presbyteriau ton Ky known as the Hojjhu proper- Â¬ 41- ty 22 H H COLYER Church 185 Miles For Sale We have one hundred mule colts an J eighty five j exrling- for sale Strictly good and Mild in numbers Six miles cast of Itichmoiid chasers I STORE HOUSE on lite 17- - peedxrell pike H H DA COLYER Â¬ Â¬ individual that presents himself at that store will be thrown into tho river with neatness and dispatch Â¬ Â¬ SPRING 13 HERE AND 30 ARE WE -- Â¬ hand-to-han- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mlee la Her Hair Mrs Madison a handsome young married woman said to a San Francisco Examiner man One of the strangest things happened a few nights ago My husband has been very sick you know and I have been sitting np with him so I sleep like a top when my eyes close Now thero aro those two white mice tho loveliest things in the world but what do you think Tho other night they actually chewed a bole in the top of my tidy cap while I was resting gnawed my hair which you can seo is abundant and made a splendid nest right on tho top of my head How they did it without awakening me I cant ex Â¬ plain but my husband sick as he is suggests that I wear somo sort of a hel Â¬ WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF-- oj SPRING LADIES SHOES LADIES we have the fin- Â¬ est line of FOOT WEAR in CLOTHINGTljjo HaisP Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND mm i sis it will pay yon to call and see our mam- Â¬ moth stock of Shoes before We have them buying GENTLEMEN met at night Yon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What Hindered Him dont seem to be getting along very well said the man in the operat-Â¬ No replied the dentist I have Munsoys Weekly struck a snag On no there aint any favorites in this family soliloquized Johnny oh no I guess thero aint If I bite my finger nails I catch it ovor the knuckles But the baby can oat his whole foot and they think Its Just cunning ing chair Richmond and all in the REMEMBER WE DO NOT SELL GOODS AT COST BUT WE DO BUSINESS IN A STRAIGHTFORWARD IIONEST WAY Â¬ LATEST STYLES KID BUTTON IN OPERA TOE FRENCH TOE PARIS TOE Common Sense Toe These Shoes bear our brand and every pair is warranted Â¬ Â¬ IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO BOYS SHOES IN 1 Â¬ Sell Honest Goods at a Fair HONEST Lirioj Pri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 mutiny Judging from tho number who livo in hotels there must be millions inn it Tiife young man who forged his way to the front is now in Sing Sing The devils auction works off a good i deaf and dumb asylum Mr Roeder Not rebellion my dear a Reedeb I seo by the papers that there has been a rebellion in the Mrs SMALL PROFIT PRICE OUR MOTTO TREATMENT PERFECT FITS AND ONE FIXED ALL QUALITIES g Reniember that you A GUARANTEE with h LKi PAIR Â¬ many second hand A goods VORIES S0HOOLFIELD0O 89- Â¬ topper aDd salt costume is always seasonable - One Price Clothiers Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West pain Street Rtchmead Kentucky r I rrint Shows through edged with a plaited frill of the sarae and with a balayense rnffle of pinked ilk underneath the edge There are Â¬ two skirt steels In the back of the found ation skri fourteen and sixteen inches louif run into casings fourteen and O SLEEP DIVINE COLLEGE ATHLETICS M THE GOOD WIFE Those ef a Madison County Fair Association TO BE HELD AT STYLES OF THE SEASON WHAT FASHIONABLE ARE WEARING WOMEN Mil VKCL EXHIBITION RICHMOND KYSEPT 16TO I9 I89O The following stakes and purses Onleep divine uroease of pain Tin- tniiv of God with care and strife INj wt fnnretttng who can tain Ha plucked the very flower of life We float to thee en drown y wings When nil the hard lays n osei And when for us thy wide door swings Our pain our dreed they arc no more --- tks WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH 0 BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR STAKES PURSES STArTFS Best three In five o added bv To 3 year olds mile heats bet two 1890 350 00 Safe In thy wlnV rnclrrlinc m nes We dream perchance that we are Meat Or haply drink the enthralling bnlras That lead to deep unconscious rest Lonz Ions as lasta tbjr tender spella N laag m iritiw put to rout All we fnrliodc desire an well In perfect peace is blotted out Hut sleep dl vine surcease of pain One day there comet h when no mote We waUe Ui all the strain mid stress And tumult of this mortal shore But it the lsst hy thee embraced We find at lenti bow weet serene Thvrrest who all lifes acts outplayed Wait at jods hands the new next s ine Christian Hdlstcr riaees trbereThe Mny be Found rsefut Every Beat In the North Side street emr was taken and tour of ive persons were standing says the ChlcagD Tri Â¬ bune One of the latter was a young woman who stood near the middle of the car A fall YOnfig matt rather too f tllm for his herght fVetB an athletie point of view rose from his seat near the rear door and stepped forward to inform the young woman who was looking the other way that there was a beat for her As he did so a man latlea for Her Than Man Servaat TZALTG xetits scLZzs For 2 vr oids mile heats 1 nomination June I st I 10 ad ly preceding race To 4 vear olds 400 00 To v class 500 00 To 240 class 500 00 To 230 class 700 00 To 223 class - 1000 00 Five per cent to accompany nomination feit 5 per cent additional to start to be paid on day preceding race 1 A GARRET TRAGEDY The stakes and purses are to be divided r cent to setonj and Ic per cent to third Irte rule ot the National 1 rotting Horse Association shall A dak browcJ man and woman icing the field or anv part of it shall be entitlecrl with the warmth of Italian suns in Entry ISlauks furnished on application their rich brown Bkins and purple - to shadow like the bloom of trenerous V IRVIS M B ARBUCKLE Secretary lent vineyards in their raven hair cume Kjchmovb Kenticky to tbe narrow court whose fcattertoM houses sod tall and black and grim against tho ten Â¬ der blue of heaven They ha i crossed the Sas together in the stormiest time of all the year Fn m what Old World squalor and degradation they had lovn no mortal -over knew for when they had paid m TE2 GEOGRAPHY OF THE COOTJTBY WILL OBTAIN E HVF0EMATI0W FEOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF tieir handful of foreign coins to the iandlord of the place they went their grimy stairs way up the crooked the woman leaning heavily wearily on the mans arm and were seen no more A box was carried up behind them an 1 in the garret room to which they tl aj T kSswswaav f fti ft aOiv C - Aa 3lt rri Pl fatSSmTdK aTMTTlBrT went wa no other furniture so upon tbi tbe woman sat with her hand up-Â¬ on her side panting heavily The seat was only large enough for one and the man stood looking down upon ner face With a strange intentnes in bis gaze They were a beautiful pair young lithe and graceful featured liko Athe nian statues but warmed with human passions The weary woman with her hand upon her hlsiwi her eyelids drooping the Mini color ebbing and flowing un- Â¬ der her dark rich hues tho man as young and graceful as herself standing in his careless attitude with his curious fixed gaze intent uion her PACIFIC RAILWAY THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND face the background of sloping roof nslons Eajt and Wea at the dim cobwebbed corners naked walls th end Nortbwost from Kanea3 and huge uncovered rafters heaped Dos Moines Chicago and via ALBKHT on Sioux Falls Water With dust A fellow tenant passing ram anU cities It is tbe tow by the door looked in upon this pict- Â¬ n with Hnes from St Louis Cincinnati ure saw it in its bare bald facts Eastern and S others points coaverpinar at ale Ccucutues Then tbe door closed The problem of living upon nothing THE SHORT LIKE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM had been well nigh solved by the little THE MISSOURI RIVER world of that narrow court but tho verse wart rrcns of the richest farmiae and ernzrier lands in the rnilar ari cconiifcn1 system of most desideratum had never quite been owns ana secuous n Kansas Colreached and its members began to FUclming- Cnair Cars betweon and Docltre City and Pullman wonder among themselves how these V chiut bad Hutchinson to and irom two strangers managed it for as far MAGNIFICENT VESTI3ULE EXPRERS TRAINS as any one knew the garrot door once closed had never opened So article warmed encorof Qitipnient cooi in summerfroin dust ntilsted and free roa the locoi of any kind had entered there save the of trains from the East in arrival one small box illman Palace Sleepers and to uOUGH WITHOUT CHANGE in- Curiosity was raised to its highest only at Df its and Pueblo rking stops Dlningr Important pitch One woman made an erraud to Hotels at conratio Superb d ft Joseph hiruish delicious meals Borrowing was borrow something id at moderate pricik much the fashion in that locality ROCK BLAND IS FAVORITE TOURIST LINE though one would scarcely have sup-Â¬ posed lenders to be abundant or extbe Garden of Oe Gods Cascade Green Mountain n camps and cities sanitary tremely prodigal A flutter and a scenic attractions of Colorado aver- - modern Improvement murmur answered her knock Then -- nee comfort and luxurious enjoyment silence Union ties in Colorado in Others went and listened Often nde Colorado Midland Union Pacific rth and nil other diverging hues some dark figure might have been seen Trail me Tables r older j copies of the Western crouching in attentive attitude outside red information address the unresponsive door But for that E 5 T JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN low murmur and startled rustle it Oenl Ticket ft Pa Au ent ICAOO II I would have been decided without a peradventure that the unknown pair had departed in some silent surrep- Â¬ ree to start all purses many-window- BkL MMM Â¬ Â¬ THi Â¬ ANTEHi CHICKEN New and Original Designs OF A RUSTI- C- Cholera Cure OIOI UMENTS In Granite and Marble Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the ery of a remedy that pcsitvreh cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents botde is enough for It is guar one 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¬ Â¬ STOCKTON BROOKS dr mm Mi I - - My liIMCkl iu and SFyuax iB wkmm to in iy rriij r 111 N forms of PRIVATE MBVftl aad Seraiatorrhea rmttik Impoteecw la M f la tilll lull caml - iPK i - rnrf Cnr- v r j miof y Cnr riiiMi in all Case ratiiteod tmrr wi to era ii ir vutnu cm be jnvfc aiy mi tw ibte -- r riw U A TW or A wmBrvrmtmmwmm tr Vns- tW mtncilj 4 In - CM4LMMiMa PRIVATE COUKSIXOB t rm iht OfiTt h TTf - it MW1W prld a P i Eub altf4MI BtwTC trtf chord awakened some long past mem- Â¬ X ory suggested some such faint past possibility for their own wrecked lives if only existence were not all toil and i wretchedness if only they had been --1 Pi other than themselves or on some other equally untenable supposition But the vulture who twice a mouth descended upon the populous house with demands for rent the unreason- Â¬ able man who would have money when there was no money came at last bringing all the usual terror and dis- Â¬ tress and now thought inquisitive neighbors the two doves1 must reveal themselves to mortal ken So at last the mystery of the sealed room with its living inmates must be revealed and all down the narrow eager upturned stairways curious faces waited for the end and silence fell upon the house The man bursting red and angry into the room lifted his eyes to the ceiling for through the open skylight shone the day and on the great cross- Â¬ AND beam just beneath the sloping roof LOWEST CCNSBTEOT PEICES strutted and cooed and fluttered two Only these birds snow white doves We have the largest trade in Central in the little garret room entered by Kentucky aud guarantee natifRrtioii violence no other living moving iffVrite for j rices and informa- thing tion tiefore ordering any style of work Yet after a moments search amid WM ADAMS k SON Importers these shadows his wandering glances 4K 48 LtxixciToN Ky fell upon a womans form A woman Nay men love to look upon a woman young and fair as she J A G WILLIAMSON who set her weary feet across this CITY engineer threshold but a foi tnight sinoe but Civil Engineer and Surveyor from this thing lying under the broad white shaft of light this man turned shuddering away yet her long hair Surveys made for Railways Turu-likt-- s floated around her its raven blackness Roadways BrtMMtoS given Ac no whit changed and her garments Farm druinxge Town Lots laid off were garments still Through GENERAL LAND SURVEYS crimson nowthe crimson bodice thrice into the womans heart Linei retraced Stecial attention given under that snowy pulseless breast a to toiKgruliical mais and plats of steely stiletto a cruel murderous farms and other lauds Correspond ence solicited with parties interested thing had found its way Through a in surveys of lands iu mountain coun- Â¬ fluttering bit of paper also written in choice Italian with some such words ties of Kentucky as these signed by tho cruel hand of -Office City Hall RIchmoudKy the man who had brought and left her 9- 1 li a titious manner Some one taking note of the soft mellow voices likened the mysterious inmates of the garret to two doves and it grew to be a jest for the idea that a man and wife should live together like doves was something very absurd Yet those there were who said their jesting words with a half pensive smile under the laugh as though the thought had touched some tender i Â¬ make the beds darn the socles and cook tbe meals chiefly that a man wants a wife If this is all ho needs a servant can do it obeaper than a wife If this is all when a young wad calls to seo it lady seed him into the pantry to tasto the bread and cake she has made send him to inspect the needle work and bed making or nut a broom in his hand and send him to witness its use Such things are important and the wige young mas will quickly look af Â¬ dropped into it But what the true young I beg your pardon said the young ter them man Ididnt get Up td give you a man wants with tt wife is her companionship sympathy and love The way seat of life has many dreary places in it But I got it said the nan and a man needs a wife to go with I intended itfor the lady said th him young roan A man is sometimes dvertaken by But I got it retorted tho other With a sneer misfortune he meets with failures and Me was the bigger tnan but the defeat trials and temptations beset young fellows hands descended on his him and he needs one to stand by and shoulders and he was on his feet and sympathize He has some hard battles to fight with poverty enemies and sin on the platform before he knew it Conductor conductor he cried and he needs a woman that when he but the conductor had a far away look puts his arm around her he feels he in his eyes and was interested in some- Â¬ has something tn fight for she will thing going on down tbe street The help him to fight she will put her lips man was in the street before he had to his ear and whisper words of coun- Â¬ sel and her hand to his heart and im- Â¬ time to call out again All through life The hero for he was a hero in the part inspiration eyes of all the passengers by this time through storm and through sunshine re entered the car and lifting his conflict and victory through adverse and through favoring winds man hat politely paid Madam theres a seat for you needs a womans lovC And the passengers were so tickled BILLIONS OF ANCESTORS that they actually began to clap their hands The young man simply smiled Some Figures as to Our Progenitors and said That are Positively Startling College athletics are of some value Did you ever think says the St now and then1 Then he leaned up against the front Louis Republic how many male and door and became absorbed in a pape- - female ancestors were required to First it while the young woman Watched him bring you intfi this world was necessary that you should admiringly have a father and mother that makes two human beings Each of them Money in must have had a father and mother A Matt Who Clipped Off lilIU with the that tnakes four humeri beings KclMora Again each of them must have bad A tall black whiskered man was a father and mother making eight leaning over the desk at the Continen- Â¬ more human beings So we go back to the time of tal hotel theotherday conversing with several friends says the Philadelphia Jesus Christ fifty six generations Inquirer Pulling a plethoric wallet The calculation thus resulting shows from his breast pocket ho took there- that lS923o0174S9534976 births from R long sheet of 5 bills just as must have takch place in Order to they came from the treasury depart- bring you into the world you who ment His friend inquired what they read these lines All this since the Only advertisements were was birth of Christ not since the begin- Â¬ Theyre given away now ning of time According to Proctor the reply with tea instead of the usual chro- Â¬ if from a single pair for 5000 years By this time there was quite a each husband and wife had married mes at twenty one years of age and there crowd around tbe black whiskered man eagerly examining the bills had been no deaths the population of the earth would be 2 19 9 915 fol- Â¬ Some thought they were genuine bills It would rewhile others who had never seen bills lowed by 144 ciphers in that shape before as there was quire to hold this population a num- Â¬ nearly a yard of them really thought ber of worlds the size of this equal they were advertisements and would to 3166520 followed bv 125 ciphers not have bought the whole lot for five The human mind shrinks in contem- Â¬ plating such immense numbers cents Youre all just like the fellow out Strang e Treatment for Rheumatism He was a clerk in a in St Louis Sergeant Cartwright of tb Atlanta store and when I had made a pur- Â¬ chase I asked him for f pair of shears police force tells ot a man named and proceeded to cut of a bill You Christian who was cured of rheuma- Â¬ should have seen tho man tism by tho burial treatment Some- Â¬ eyes They stood out so that you could havo body told the family that if they would knocked them off with a stick- - The dig a hole and bury young Christian outcome of the matter was that he re- Â¬ in the earth for forty eight hours first fused to take them Just at that min- Â¬ putting on him a mixture of turpen- Â¬ ute the proprietor came from the tine and other homely medicines it office and seeing the status of the would cure him They decided to try case dismissed the man but after I the remedy as a sort of last resort had explained the case we all had a and they went to work to carry out tho good laugh heroic treatment prescribed They Why do I carry thtm in that wayf dug the hole and placed tho poor fel- Â¬ I guess well I suppose to have a low in it all but his head which was little fun thats all I have a friend not affected and after packing the dirt a cashier in a bank and he lets me around him they remained to watch have them the effects of the cure He endured the confinement for the prescribed per- Â¬ iod although suffering intensely dur- Â¬ BE A SAD LOT TWOULD ing the whole time and when they Without Women the Lord or Creation took him out he hardly looked like the Would lrrsent a Sorry Spectacle But from that day for- Â¬ same man If there were no women men would ward he began to improve The rheu- Â¬ have no object in life their mustaches matic affection disappeared he began would cease to laterest them they to fatten up and finally became as wouldnt care a Chinaman whether sound and hearty as any man in the their collars were ironed well or not communitv they would have nobody to nurse them A Profession for the Blind when they had the tootache or to keep William Chapin principal of the them from believing they were going to die when an old fasiioned stomach Â¬ Pennsylvania Institution for the In- Â¬ recently de- Â¬ ache had its grip upon them There struction of the Blind The great profession would be nobody to make ice cream clared that for and no small edition of flesh and for blind people is piano tuning but blood to hug There would be nobody Philadelphia doesnt seem to realize to fight against being kissed and then it Now in Boston all the public to snuggle up to a coat sleeve and take school pianos are tuned by tho blind it as naturally as a cat does cream and there is a large private business It seems to me says a writer in the Philadelphia carried on by them that the Philadelphia public might Times Most important of all there would very well employ the blind to tune It would be nobody to write against to complain their musical instruments of and to love with all your heart and certainly be helping a good cause We soul Without women men would have in this institution as accomplished never get to heaven an without them piano tuners as there are anywhere they would never have a taste for the They can find their way all over Phil- Â¬ So when the adelphia they never forget the num- Â¬ other place on earth bells are ringing in 4890 if Tom has ber of car tracks they must pass They any sense whatever nell put his arm take street cars at the proper points around the woman he is fondest of too When two different lines run on thank the good God for her and the same street they ask a citizen wonder as she does what in the world who is standing near the color of the car they hear approaching hed do without her Â¬ II Is not to sweep the house THE COURT HOUSE NOT Itetty Garments for Children ftandsoats Evening Toilets Styles for the Opera Appropriate Modes of Hair Dressing Fashions Deautjr of ralr Jbuwai J JwwgM 4w Is JVi EimKagcKs34y her llt- aririjrn In the prevVIIng fsshloT especially now when fashion comfort and beauty go hand in baud in tho makeup of Uiildrens outfits Little girls and th big girls too fJt that matter have very good eyes and clear Idea where a new style is con terutwl and they will ofteli qtiRstion mam- Â¬ oiV for Sale But the Finest Line of Hardware Stoves Tinware Cutlery heckptiox twentif siT Inchest from the top of the TIk entire foundation skirt Is covered with a gathered net flounce three vardx and fivfl eighths wide the border of the net forms th lower edge of the Wirt and has several rows of nar- Â¬ row pink ribbon drawn Into the holes Two rosettes of in the pattern wider ribbon are place on the side near tsM ribbon where the drapery Hprrt For the polonaise the sprea crepe de chine If full oil a close fitting lining and Is fastened at the back The sleeves are gracefully arranged with the net and have aps of crne de chine Where the giumpe is set in a ruche of loops of narrow ribbon is set on the out sjj a s inilar ruche is at the neck and We have the GALE CHILLED STEKL ILOW wind riblMinbows are placed on the shoulders A ribbon three inchM wide and a yard pjow maje Buv it try it anl vou cant dear t We I id seven eighths long forms the girdle the middle of the ribbon is owed in a also nanuie ine point which is fastened at the middle of the front just below the guimpe as illus- Â¬ trated the ends are passed down and under the arms crossed at the back and brought arotind the waist to be hooked together over the lowest shirring of the front under a long sash bow of the same We have already Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market ribbon a number of them A Womans Glory In the manner of arranging the hair there Is a feotlceable fhango this season Tin- style of wearing all tho hair on top Many fash Â¬ of the head is dying out Is the best made we carry a large stock of thetn ionable women are wearing their hair in This is a a loose knot low on the neck revival of the style of hair dressInT of ten years ao Sirs Langtrv introduced We carry a large line of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS The fashion it and made It popular lasted three years but it Is doubtful COLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and whether it will last three years this HAMES COLLARS prophesy that it time Hairdressers wont last one The Langtry knot is everything necessary to hitch np Also fall sets of worn to advantage by yoiini women with shapely In ads pretty hair and plenty of A bunch of brizlit hair looks pretty it etSOwgh bi neath the big fashionable roniantic looUiiig liais A Stall quan tity of hair never looks o meager or miserable as when it is twisted up into a button and worn under a large hat uith BXNM too Middle ajed won en toilet IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY wisdom lli her avoidance of stylo in mas kirt their clothes when WC FITZPATRICK is CO little woman not bettor or more sensi bly clothed but In conformity with the prevailing style modified to suit the lit- Â¬ tle lady It docs not involve any additional expense to have the little cloak or Â¬ Â¬ they come across a 1 Th 0 1 RICE tte Besl Stee Mil it sheets Â¬ Â¬ frock mado up In the latest style In fact Is a great saving of labor as the childs wardrobe should be very siniplv inadi Tho its iief charm being quaintness little ones have fome Halms to the at-Â¬ tention to Damt Fashion and with win- Â¬ ter at our doors when stiuU and warm garments are necessary it is time their demands should be met They are spt to greet with apparent incredulity the assertion of mamma that when she was their ago no attention whatever was given to tho style of her dresses a simple little frock with the plainest of pinafores td save Washing was the rule She may convince them but they will secretly admit to themselves only for they are very loyal to mamma that she couldnt have looked so cunning as neighbors little Essie who wears a little bonhtft Just liko the one grandma has on in the picture which hangs In the parlor and a cloak the exact counterpart of the one mamma She looks wears when going shopping so Just like a little old granddatne quaint and cute and all the other people perfect prldo a In the block take This Is just how in this little darling all the little women feel and when the harmless pleasure is so easily attainable why not let them taste it The little frock shown at the head of this column Is made of gray blue wool trimmed with white mohair braid It is a one piece dress consisting of a skirt joined to the lower edge of a blouse waist that Is made fill on a plain lining The foundation skirt of Silesia lining is sixteen inoiies long atttl a yard and a half wide It Is gathered to a narrow band and covered by a second gathered skirt Of the woolen material of the same length and two yards and a quarter wide which is bordered with four rows of braid The blouse is shirred at th neck in several rows and sewed to tin lining just below a round yoke trimmed with braid The cuffs are trimmed with braid also the belt which conceals tho joining of the waist and skirt and a lap on the left side of the blouse which covers Ribbon bows are placed on the buttons the shoulders Â¬ PLOWS 1 it Big Injun Plow THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Â¬ Wagon HARNESS AVE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF GARDEN FARMING AND aV IMPLEMENTS Â¬ Opera Toilets We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Casts that roll the pikes mm9J MOIUS ix L The opera with Its requirements for frequent change of toilets by those who are seen there often has developed sev- Â¬ eral pretty arrangements whereby skirts and bodices may be made to do duty In different combinations and new effects be thereby secured without having such s supply of evening gowns that would be a source of annoyance instead of Trj TIN ROOFING A SPEC ALTY Call and see our goods and prices and we will suit you First Class Â¬ SWnXmmuWn UtfBte BlHi FDreA SL hitlMl MTllKt iuLm -4MB i kr ssSarSH CRAPSEY k BROWN Wntinui He a in- Tlyt - itjM ato4wMfjt ytm t h 4wl mtMi Mimitnii era W4toa yvw - t- lriclK -- t ABr A ww m vm ca B4 HMU1 - Jiwilt llW bands inch wide lace and smoothly run on brass rods Figured silks for sash draperies havo had theirday A pretty gift for a debutante or lover of tho beautiful is a small two covered wil- Â¬ low basket lined with tin foil and planted with growing ferns The lids are tied open and secured to the handle with a bow 01 orange or scarlet ribbon Uussian embroideries are seen on night robes for women as well as men there She was my wife I married her The fashionIsof fastening a night dress tbe side also Russian C T WELLS B F CARK because I loved her I killed her be- Â¬ at imitation for prevents and worthy of exposure of it cause I hated her as much Her bit-Â¬ the chest to anv dreft that might give ter tongue has driven me mad I shall the sleeoer a cold and the ornamenta- Â¬ never seek to deny my guilt but yield tion on tiie plastron or front gore Is not so readily displaced as usual myself to the first that finds me C They laid er in some quiet spot In tbe line of lingerie there are bodice away from the sin and sorrow of the sets consisting of a bertha and sleeves to world her sins and frailties most bit- Â¬ wear with a lcw meeked waist that must do service as a dinner bodice They are terly atoned for The Only Goal Yard ib Towb On her breast held by a slender made of China crape soft India silk with ribbon it was only a wonder that it tissuesmull satin discs and stripes cre pons had not turned aside the daggers embroidery muslins dotted ofnet lace line and puttings transparent Ooly a square from the Court house blow lay the pictured face of the man materials combined with ribbon loops You dont have to seud away out to who had robbed her of her life the and insertions life that he had sworn to love and the depot The pattern dresses just in from Paris cherish designers run to bias effects all the fig- Â¬ Â¬ The white winged pair lived un- ured cloth being handled in that way CqslI DeliTeredto aayPartofTownmolested in the little garret for many The bias bodice Is a round belted waist and many a day for though drunken without darts or side gores having a brawls and daily warfare were com- Â¬ straight back and without a fullness mon murder was not and an odor of save at the right houlder where three SoftXoal and Anthracite plaits are laid The front is cut side crime a scrt of clinging terror haunt- Â¬ breasted and closes invisibly under these The walls moldered Nnt and Lump Coal ed the place plaits To get this queerly drafted the rotting beams sank the dust of waist to fit a lining is first mede with Now open at Myers old lumber yard years gathered there and another InÂ¬ the regular number of darts and bones next to Second Presbyterian church mate was never found for the barren Tho skirt that goes with tho bias bodice Quickest delivery iu lowu Lowest chanber where the two doves had is made with two bias breadths of fifty four Inch eloth over a gored silk or mus- Â¬ prices iry us iwelt lin foundation iinished with a machine CT 00 Oil the Vanity at Sfonlctncl stitched hem and all the fullness gath- Â¬ On the introduction of boots into ered In tho back It should be stated Kew Zealand the vanity of the natives that this design is only suitable for was so great that when one of them woolen goods and street wear was happy enough to become the Where the San Rises at Hosa 46 WiGQiNs Block Cincinnati O possessor of a pair and found that they On account of the heLrbt and sheer were too smaii he would not hesitate descent of the surrounding mountains Can refer to building successfully to chop off a toe or two erected in Richmond Maysville lit blending by covering the stanching the the sun dovs net ton Mirror lake Yo stump with a sotnite Valley uual 1190 oclock in the Sterling Wiucueater and OwiugnvUle little hemp and then force the fee morning 65 into the boots The power of gold is phenomenal Violet rose and orfnge blossom leaves The discovery of gold in California are frozen in ice- - reams ot delicate gave population and a new lifo to the flavor Pacific coast Such a discovery in With tailor made gllts many ladies of Australia populated a continent and good taste wear cuffs and collars of in South Africa is making the Trans- Â¬ printed percales vaal predominantly English And Walking dresses for young ladies are now advices from Demarara represent made with open bodies turned back to that it was only tbe discovery cf gold show a frilled shirt front of white or which prevented an insurrection The colored surah comparative failure of the sugar cane Ilat caps without peaks trimmed in industry left the negroes without work different styles to give them originality are much In voguo for young ladies and The Hast Indian coolies had all the little girls The Wagner beret Is one of piaces on the sugar estates The ne- Â¬ groes were on the point of rising the leading shapes Fashionable milliners never display against the government when a few window hats and bonnets they are exploring gold seekers found gold afraid of copyists Connected with the along tho sides of one of the upper shop is a salon where the airy treasures rivers The gold fever set in and it in tinsel lace and crushed roses repose carried into the interior so many of In wooden band boxes the idle strong and reckless fellows There Is nothing ilcer for the glass that a great public danger was averted panels of a vestibule door than a drapery and the emigrants have speedily made of white silk crape seamed with inserted and are now spending nice competenof Â¬ FASHION NOTES The Power of Gold cies T WELLS CO Partners In Misery men Two desperate ran against one another when at the very brink of the deep swift stream They stopped and eyed each other with suspicion Out of the way sir shouted one of Why do you seek to prevent them me from putting an end to this useless life Out of the way yourself yelled the other you are hindering mo from terminating a miserable existence Who are yon I am tho Inventor of a new snow plow And I am the owner of a toboggan Slidel Â¬ Then they fell on each others shoulders and wept and then went and drowned their sorrows In tho strong waters of a consolation bazaar around the corner It Is evident that theatrical people are not in high favor with soino of tho hotel keeper of the South One ot them was telling me recently of the re- Â¬ For Evening Wear ception he had at a hostelry in a small Happiness Assured Among lovely evening gowns is a demi town In Alabama called Kufala Ha First Paterfamilias Beg pardon for trained dress made of straw colored arrived rather late intruding but tho fact is your son has satin which is striped throughout with tered The next at night and regismorning however proposed for the hand of my daughter narrow black satin ribbon brocaded with and as the two families are almost flowers in bright colors tho ribbons are he was sitting in the office looking strangers yon knowing nothing of my not more than an inch and a quarter over the morning papers when mine host tripped down stairs daughter and I nothing of your son I wide and are placed at regular intervals Well Pemus he said addressing thought it would be a sensible thing to producing tho effect of stripes On the come around and compare notes left the skirt opens on a black satin the clerk who was a lineal descend panel embroidered with similar flowers ant of Ham Second Paterfamilias Excellent idea who arrived last nicrht to those of the ribbon but of proportionHas your daughter always had everySeveral people sah was the ately large size Tho back and elbow answer thing she wanted dresses jewels Dars a parson a gemmen maids sleeves of the bodice are of the embroid and so on No She has had to help her mother ered black satin sriped with ribbon of two niggers and a showman How old was your boy before yoo whtck the skirt Is made By the use of Not KerenMy stopped thrashing him ribbfns In this way the favorite effect of Juage You are a freeholder Well I thrashed him pretty regular stripes Is preserved and many small Prospective Juryman Yes sir tjf until he was nearly grown up oiUiaal touches can be given a dros Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The skirt is always of minor pleasure consideration In designing costumes for theater wear and with this in mind modistes have designed a great variety of dressy bodices which may lie worn with any skirt which does not conflict in color A very effective casaque of this description was worn the opening nisjht of the opera by a handsome society girl over skirts of white mousselaine de oie which had seen service earlier in the season It was made of Nilo green crape de chine with Nile green silk fringe and ottoman sleeves of eream With It was carried a large bou- Â¬ lace quet of piak crysanthemums My Ladys Hands A pretty hand is perhaps more fre- Â¬ quently seen without corresponding at- Â¬ tractions than with them and It is prob- Â¬ ably for this reason that the owner of a small white well shaped hand is apt to be Inordinately vain of it It is cer talnlv a very charming object to con- Â¬ template with Its satiny surface Its faint blue tracery of veins and its deli- Â¬ cate shell tinted nails yet when It Is prominently and persistently thrust upon the sight It Is apt to lose its charm There is a fa cination In discovery whether It be in tho Hue of Columbus or of personal attractions and it enhances ones appreciation of any endowment to have It appear as though no other eye had happened to see It before But the white hand that Is constantly toying with bright colored wools or resting on a dark background or lifted becomingly to the cheek on all occasions is one that has been fully discovered at least by its owner and the spectator grows weary of admiring what is so evidently intend- Â¬ ed to challenge his admiration The siz of tho person must be consid Â¬ ered in classing a hand as large or small as one of proportionate size for a woman of 5 feet would be little short of defor mity with a stature of 5 feet 6 Unfor- Â¬ tunately one can not regulate the size of ones hand to any great degree and the next best thing is to make the best of the size that nature has furnished For a long hand it Is particularly adÂ¬ vantageous to woar gloves with short fingers as ths reducss the apparent length whllo ust the opposite is an improvement to hands that are short and broad All gloves l ok bettor for being rather tight than loose but if so tight that the hand bulges out in unexpected places the effect is anything but pleasing White gloves or very light ones make the hand appear much larger Large hands should be shaded as much as possible hy falls of laco or ruflles in spite of fashion and- the long mediaeval sleeve half covering the hand like a mitt is especially suitable Rings or any thing likely to attract attention to a large Ill shaped hand should be careful- Â¬ ly avoided Work of all kinds enlarges the hand and the prettiest one is as a general thing the most useless Piano practice Is especially Injurious and small tapering fingers are not well cal- Â¬ culated for stretching octaves -Â¬ - 25 AT TIIE OPXKA dkessixc much hair can set off what little they have best by wearing it on top Loops and bows and rolls of artificial hair among can be cunningly arranged the real hair and worn with a senso f security on the top of the bend but rot on the neck The Gratata knot shown in the cut is founded 011 Mary Andersons style of hair dressing but is ofter prettier and more elaborate The half of the hair ncivst the head has to be crimped the other half is left straight and twisted Into a ring and artificial curls aro stuck fn the middle Fringes A fluffy fringe Is worn in front are as popular as ever hairdressers say they will never go out of fashion nun W C FITZPATRICK av k CO Main Street Richmond Ky BERKLEY GUTHRIE 18 WATSON and 20 North Upper Street Opposite Court House NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY Ha jES In Sweet little garnet rosebuds come now done up as earrings Ear screws are appearing composed of nothing but oval opals Silver ash trays are being introduced shaped as open hands Flower devices for lacepins are super- Â¬ seding geometrical designs Sprigs of fiowers in enamel and gold Is the design chosen for many cyc glass holders An oddity in silver match boxes is one which contains in white enamel a calen- Â¬ dar for 1890 The favorite In gents rings is a fiery opal surrounded by a double circle of rubies and diamonds Something attractive and neat In watch charms Is a pineapple produced In detail in colored gold Filigree gold wires radiating from a moonstone center constitute a late rer elatlon in hair pin tops Of recent origin Is a scarfpln composed of two pearl top pins crossed between a diamond and a sapphire Much taste is displayed In a variegated gold bracelcL which is effectively added to tiny enameled violets Sidehead headings include in their number one composed of three bars of gold paved with pearls of various coiors An original conception In qncen chain pendants is a gold dice with diamond dots suspended from a semicircle of gold wire Two black onyx circles of different sizes held together by rows of three pearls is a brooch that may be worn for SMOM mourning A bracelet of gold wire fashioned on the plan of the puzzle ring bids fair to quite as much popularity as that receive accorded the ring The swell article in lacepins Is formed of three bars arranged about one eighth of an Inrh apart joined at each end by narrow diamond strips Fashion leaders favor as a bracelet a broad band of gold and one of platinum entwined with small diamonds running along a portion of tho upper border A notable addition to ink stands is an oxidized silver drum inclosing a crystal veil This is arranged with an upright musket on either side which form to gether a penrest The penknife has recently been added to the list of chatelaine appendages These come In bright gold or silver and in some instances as much labor Is ex- Â¬ pended in their get np as in the most delicate piece of jewelry Â¬ I jNT TON ENTUO The grandest display of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods ever before otIere the city of Lexington Our own importation of Iuris ami Berlin Fabrics com prioea Hie late designs the newest materitln Foreign Looms have produced Novelties from Pari exclusively our own no two alike and no duplicates can be obtained These are tbe rarest and moat beautiful Dresa Combinations that can be shown With French and Euglisu Cheviots Broadcloths and plain Suit this season ings iu every shade now known Â¬ Our famous brand of Black Silk superior to all others Every shade in colored Silks with Parisian Novelties to combine Silks from India in unique ami marvelous designs Quaint Patterns in Gauzes Crepes aud Tiusels in oneoul richness for evening wear Blaot and Colored Sills s WHITE 42 50 Lupins Fabrics celebrated throughout the world as the best Silk and Wool Henrietta Cloths Lupius Drapde Alma Cork Screw Diagonals and Atmures C3 Laces Embroideries ami Hemstitching in endless varieties The most com- Â¬ plete line of Ladies ami Childrens Hosiery every pair warranted We have tbe entire control for this market of the GENUINE JOlVIN KID LOVE we keep them in all hades from 4 to 30 but ion length No love has ever been produced that has given so general and perfect satisfaction DHESS MAKING a specialty and is Iu charge of an artist of superior merit who has given satisfaction to the most fastidi us taMer To Bridal Outfits special attention is given OOTDS Lmli to a Kknticky BERKLEY GUTHRIE WATSON IYAZOOt RECORD 227 - BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL M We offer the services of TAZ00 for the season of County Kentucky at 1S90 at Silver Creek -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- T- Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when col 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 be responsible for either Tuoo li by Sarcld tirt of Hand a stands at 300 ist dam Tolaade fc08 i u2 6 more 230 performers At the Tail of the dam of Yuba record JJ4j while in foal and Yazoo 22 4 by BolTTtrmt sire of Nutwood and thirty two nrore in 230 list 2nd dam YoJlff Portia dam or Voltaire record 22oV and sre of Bessimere i Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 1 Childe Harold two mile record in 5 04 England Consttela trial 230 lam of nanght record 224 Nora Lee trial foal Voltigeur trial 230 by CMof sire of Lady Thorn 218 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows TftMO to be superbly bred Harold Belmont Mambn no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand ire are each illustrious sires Yolamie Young Portia hii dam and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough Â¬ bred fonndatiou where can yon beat it Book now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Kv Irpia u jfMIn 43- - TS BURNAM CO BRYANT LYMAM PAKKI3H Â¬ waiting-- orofiTas STRATTON Business College LOUIS VILLEKY m Â¬ W B CUSIIISGHAS Newlaivery and SalcStaUo Kurtlng Store Mccarty Gru and Steam Pittlag I am satisfied 80 am I The Force of Logic Mrs Beacon Hill in an icy whisper I beg your pardon but this is my pew The intruder gently reproachful 1 am a sister in Christ and this is my fathers house Er doubtless But I have to par the rent vou know which would be impossible with a set woven pattern of stripes And this too is the secret of its use the desire for Individuality Not only brocade rib- Â¬ bons but also plain ribbons braided beaded and embroidered are used A charming evening dress for a yonng lady is of pale pink chine and dotted flounce lace net which has a frou- Â¬ frou border the crop de chine forming an overdress and the net the underskirt and guimpe with draped The model has a white silk foundation skirt Married or single Married three years ago last month Have you fonncJ or sxpressed any We have erected a new and commo Â¬ opinion dious Livery and Sale Stable corner nf Not for three years past 3rd and Irvine streets Richmond Ky uu me puonc 10 give us a trial The Telephone In America There are more than 170000 miles HORSES HITCHED OR FED of telephone wire in operation m the United States over which 1050000 AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle messages are sent dally horses horses and buggies hired at low About 300 000 telephones are in use in till rates Pump Repairing a Specialty All Kinds of purps kept at C T WelU 4 Co s Coal yard or W Q Whites Drug JO 49 Real Estate and Gener Collecting Agency IsaT Special attention paid to the i and exchange of Real Estate and to collection of all kinds of accounts THOMAS B AIRES country 16 16 PAKR1SH t CLNNUifiHAM Covington Arnold 4c Bro want bination 316 head averaged Bring Is Wool 295 Ran 100000 pounds of wool 46- cho Del Paso 91 head averaged 610 100000 pouuiU Market price A Bro is the guest of Lackeys combination 365 head averaged 45- Covington Arnold Ham Asuer was caught In a fly wheel Miss Hattie School field VTii S3 1890 rodastaay - Morses 551 head 343 Kidd Emerson her cousin Mrs Lue Hanson The little town of Yelvlngton in at Oweuaborn and ilaaliwl violently Kellogg Cos second Mr T Osborn has for some time been averaged 27 v county was nearly entirely against a wall fifteen feet away killing eion dispatching combination 220 head averaged 309 Da leas Court of Claim liim instantly confined to his bed with fever low 160000 Kellogg Cos Palo Alto 91 head av- consumed by fire business with rapiditv Mrs Mary B Patterson has returned eraged I B Try Z T Bice Cos Ice cream Tr you spit up pliieyni nml are trnuh 1497 Rav Warren k Co 69 Kx Collector T S Bronston has been from an extended visit to friends in Cov4o- letl with a baekine r nuiili ne Dr J soils Bought alloase and lironnds head averaged 317 Lexington Stock name tvi kick at hi H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm ington Boyd and other points Farm Mr S D Parrish bas purchased in 40 62 Considerable leca matter appear in Mr Stephen Ballard from NewYork Powells addition the new residence No Under the head of horses we propose to day Ljr religious column City accompanied by his sister made a Mr Carnegie Is 56 years of age He Only a Limited Quantity on Hand 10 Broadway north side and will occupy FOR POLICE Jl DOE to notice the numerous jacks for which short visit to the college at this place Why it The lot 60 by bad less than 100 twenty six years JAMtX TEVIfj Is a CHinllilHle for Polle and for Sale Inly by has an ice factory l vnthiana 190 feet extends back cards have been printed at The Climax ago but since that time bas made 56 Mr Addison Jackson was summoned to office Judge of Ricluuund subjn t to the action of to a strip that runs at right angles to the should not Richmond have one this season 000000 of which be now holds about the Democratic party Bloomington lit by the sickness of his lot extending through from Second to B G J White son at their place near See notice to creditors by Commissioner 30000000 in bis own right son Jarvis He reached the place a few Kingstown streets The strip is 100 feet wide The are standing the thorougbred Bumaro in cjse of L E Francis NEW ADVERTISEMENTS days before his sons death price 4000 It is nice property The Cashmere Ombre jack Captain Todd at 10 to insure In There is entirely too much old paper house has never been occupied Mr Charles Lester had a severe hem fact we believe without exception every This 13 We have the novelty of the season In u m Ihrown about me htou orrhage of the lungs or bronchial tubes jack so far is insured and the card con- cashmere ombres attractive residence portion of Richmond Remaining uoclaimtil in the Pnst You are at liberty to make a thorough is rappidly filling up about a week ago He has not yet been tains a provision that the money is due 40- - twioKR Bennett A Ukmston Mr Parrish will be Mr J W lligginbotham has purchas Offlrr nt Richmond Ky week ending examination before purchasing No ar able to resume his business when colt is foaled or mare parted with ed a house in lianvme ana win remove more convenient to his office having herehi that our gument necessary to Citixpns of Union county are much April 22 1890 tofore lived in the country and can be d The little Black J S Mc Williams Etelle LOTS ARK 15 ARGA INS as we are the daughter of Captain Todd was sired hy William he to that dry alarmed by tbe appearance in their Blan Fanny Mrs McDowell Billy found by Jiis numerous clients only ones that have Palestine Rogers was just recovering from bv Mogul he by Compromise 1st dam Twelve building in course oi construcmidst of the spotted fever Black Alien Oaks A D a fever when she was struck with paral Â¬ Jim Porter jennett 2nd dam Castillian a number of others Turkey Eggs to Texas Brooks Alfred Phelps Lucy C tion in Richmond and WOOL ysis of the right side and is now entirely The Whites also stand the fine Porter Bullock P G Roark R N kinder contract On Monday last Bev W Dorsey ship hcpless jack John Stevens at 5 Ruchlert A We want 100000 pounds of wool for Burkes Rev G II - ped two settings of his celebrated Bronze circus Saturday was an exScott Buford J M Boen near Kingston stands his wbich we will pay the highest market Cassell Wm Mrs Lizzie Hanson relict of the late LOT EKX 1 Smith H C Cohn Louis B one The menagerie was small Turkey eggs to W H Murphy of Bien l noted jack Black Sampson at S He is price Covington Arnold A Bro Donald J ham Texas Mr Murphy is a native of Taylor Annie John Hanson and one of the pioneers of it went Concists of Ladies and Childrens Jersey fine so far but 45- Embrv G T Thompson Lucy Lee esA Ribbed Vests at the place has left her home and gone to 4 yearsold 15 hands high and a fine Richmond Ky and still has a love for animal Eagle B II Saneults Lorenzo Mr T E H- Lrmstons attractive resi- - Kentucky Kentuckians Tennessee to find a home in her sons The Gum Lick distillery in Wash Epps Cora and Kentucky LOT V Mente Finlle Dr Giles Harris near Speedwell stands or sale ty urooks ot v nenjun family stock In choosing a life partner he capington county was burned together Harris Mollie E Gunno Antonio Consists of LadieV Jersey Ribbed Vests See ad three good jacks Cleveland Hendricks c dealers tured a Bourbon county lady Miss Liz with 100 barrels of whisky and IM hogs Harrass Armilda Oueints Pasgnolo at 25c apiece and Reliable at 10 3 7 Cleveland is a 1W WACO DuTsonhas accepted a po- - zie Wilson and was so pleased that he The squealing of the burning hogs was Mason LOT Nt coal black 17 hands high 4 yeas old salts laay in nil-- Miaiiiiuuui ury now prizes his native State more than ev- Â¬ terrible The whole loss Is about 10 M Iost Office hours from 6 A M to 7 p d Calico at Only a few of our people attended the by Big Tom he by McGavocks importMoney order ami registered letter Consists of a Goo U B Dillingham er The turkey eggs sell at 5 per setting 000 hours prompt 7 a m to p m 5c per yard ed jack he by Franklins Black Forest circus but Dorsevs Btonze are great and grow J B WILLIS pm Wallace V Hoggs shoe hat and fur- Ice cream furnished in quantities for NO 4 Mrs Albert Schilling of Irvine is Big Toms dam Raines Black Mammoth to an enormous size At six months of age i asK you to loon merchants jennett her dam an imported jennet families and panics at greatly reduced PERSONAL visiting at Mr rian tiers Consists of Good Bleached Domestic a they aieas large as calves and as yearlings W ELBY W BURGIN Z T Rick A Co rates Clevelands dam by King William Hendat what tliev have to say elsewhere per yard Miss Ella Hisle from near Winchester Murphy will be able to capture all the Mrs Ed Rowland is visiting friends in DENTIST 45- ricks and Reliable are also of good breedMloyntz h et the contract stakes in the Texas trotting circuit Paris LOTS No Dr AND 7 visited friends here last week -Harrodsburg Kentvcky ing for a handsome two story residence and Kentuekian C itizen Midway is to have a new hotel own Richmond Consist of the Best Ladies Hose in the Mr Jonas Rucker of Paint Lick paid S T Cobb 5 miles from Richmond on OfnYe Over Paliire Dry iiiods Stnr on Mr C D Pattie and wife are visiting country at 10 lj and 25c a pair ori will begin before a great while ed by a stock company a flying visit to friends here Sunday Kin1 street formerly ix cupied ty Ir Kcs Â¬ Casualties Lancaster pike stands the young jack Bill friends in Frankfort terson LOTS No B AND Mr K J Hampton ol Winchester Prof Stockton commenced teaching his Beaver at 10 Bill Beaver is a coal black Action tf City Democratic Committee and Tom Eads a carpenter of this place Mrs C S Powell is visiting Miss Nanot Mrs H C Hargis this place nephew Candidates Consist of Elegant Ladies Handkerchiefs fell down stairs and painfully hurt himself spring school at the school house Monday with white points 15 hands high and nie Hunt of Lexington Foasds Wot Wis at and toe a piece MM been appointed Postmaster ol his town A peculiar feature of the accident was that At a called meeting held on ThursIt is a mistake there will not be a wed- sired by the old Cobb and Curtis black Mrs Curtis Burnam Jr of Denver LOT No 10 jack which according to Col Cobb day April 17tb 1890 the several can Â¬ B Are oners for sale elsewhere in lie knocked the nail entirely off of one ding in our community next Thursday T Col is visiting at Major C F Burnamt best foal getter eyer in the county eve didates for Mayor Police Judge and He has de finger and picked it up several feet away Consists of Handsome Chalhes at 5c per me a nice new cottage Covington Arnold A Bro want Miss Mary Webb of Bryantsville visivard We recall that some years Moberley Si Cosby 7 miles out on the Councilnaeii agreed that 011 April 23th lOOiKKi lolXDS OF WOOL rided to remove with his family to Louis- - on the floor Mrs Emma Tudor of Garrard county ted Miss Minnia Crutcher this place last ago James Isom deceased then more than 4V Waco pike stand their noted breeding all candidates not having opposition Highest Market Price LOT No 11 is visiting her parents Mrs B Poer this nnety years old kicked at a cat but miss week jack Achilles at 20 for jennets and S shall be declared the nominees of the place cr Consists of Beautif Wcikesser has bought the large soda ing it struck the Rev Charles K Marshall of Baltifor mares jam rock of the fire place Achilles is black 16 hands party If more than one candidate vard Sam Hopper continues low with con- Â¬ Mockton Si Brooks It is a more is visiting his daughter Mrs Mayor and knocked the nail off his great toe high and sired by Milton Durham he by should appear on or before the 2Sth LOT HO 12 He has been confined to his and WrckM make er bll like Ve- sumption J A Prathers horse fell down and Collins IShelby Irvines Mogul he by Compro- for any one position then a primary bed all winter Consists of a No I Quality India Linen broke his arm Bill Burnam fell down a mise Milton Durhams dam Cassie by election shall be ordered for the first S S Parkes Trustee of L E Francis Mrs E Dixon of Paris came up last at ioc per yard The oil men have moved their drilling vs efl Si Price extensive dry goods flight of steps and broke his arm Castillian Achilles Saturday in May Candidates desiring week to visit her parents Dr and Mrs f Jason Walker L E Francis Sic LOT NO 13 machine near the sulphur spring on Mr dam by Ham Fox he by Mogul his dam a primary should apply to the Secre Â¬ Obe White whose heart ani skin do Blanton merchants of Lexington ask your atten Al pesons having claims against L E Consists of Lovely Dress Goods at 12 Searcys place tion to their announcement elsewhere in not match his name went on the war by Castillian second dam by Jim Porter tary F B Crooke Secretary it Miss Maggie Chenault who is attending Francis will present the same properly per yard Mr Burnam Scrivner had his wrist Achilles second dam by Black Sampson path and enemies being scarce he struck school at Georgetown spent several days issue Col John W Watson of Maysville proven and verified according to law to badly crushed Sunday week by his horse third dam bv Osceola They also stand his wife across the hed with a gun and LOT NO 14 me on or before July 1st ijfAn exceedingly humorous poem by Miss at home this week was run over by a train at Columbus J R BlRSAM falling with him Leo 2nd at 6 Leo 2nd is by Old Leo O Consists of 30 inch Henriettas at 5c per Sdnor Miller of Louisville en- - broke her skull He is in iai and killed Mrs Florence Walker of Wichita MC MCC- 5 47 T S Bronston yard Miss Elmer Grinstead of Jessamine dam Tom Baldwins best jennet ap Col Bluegrass of Kentucky The Result of Poison Kansas is visiting numerous relatives a W L Crutcher JOOC JOB R McKinney is here and will spend the summer near Cane Ssring J county LOT No 19 pear on our first page The death of Mrs Achilles Deathrage this place her old home Milton Elliott stands Henry Clay at 6 Henry Clay Let Wilkes Baxter do your paper with her grand ma Mrs Baumstark er Consists of 40 inch Her on Friday was the result of poison drunk Invitations are out for the marriage of J W Prathkr Ir C W Hardin of Georgetown is in yard Judge Hisles church is rapidly ap- is 15 hands high and Mr McKinney banging and get a good job at the low coffer five ears ago A negro boy Miss Minnie Edelen and Mr James A Mr W H Sale this county and C P Williamson 43 46 This church will thinks as good a jack as there is in the est prices proaching completion LOT No It The undersigned ofWs for sale a new who possessed more native meanness than Kelly both of Lebanon Committee 4 after the interests of the Kentucky county be one of the handsomest in this part of On May 2nd Miss Susie Preston a cottage of five room hall etc House Consists of a handsome Line of Suitings any one of his years the county ever proI Benefit Society Programme of the fifth meeting of the the county Mrs Nannie Guess who has been visit Frank Scudder is near Union City cistern a pattern at daughter of the late General William on papered throughout Good and or duced put rough-on-rain the code with ing in premises Has grape vines Richmond the past week returnee Madison County Sunday School Convenstands Young Jumbo at 3 He is 15 hands B G Barnett of the CenProprietor A S Hisle lost a pocket book General Draper a mil- namental shade and fruit trees House the deliberate intention of murdering the Judge Preston and LOT NO 17 tion to be held at Kirksville Friday May i inch high 3 years old tral House has had printed and framed entire family The sickness produced was to Lexington this morning containing two or three five dollar bills lionaire manufacturer who lives near built of first class material with a good Consi ts of Cassimeres at 35c per yard Order 1890 beginning at 930 A m E Baldwin 4 miles west of RichJohn number of handsome cards for his hotel Mrs W D Oldham and son of Dal 9th If anal sold privately Boston will be united in marriage the brick foundation alarming but did not terminate fatally at and a lot of valuable notes between Waco 1 Opening exercises mond stands Sanko at 8 He is a beau- Â¬ before L TN nd they will be found at conspicuous the time But a year las Texas will spend the summer with of exercises wedding taking place in Louisville Miss Hendricks and Richmond last Saturday ago Reading the scriptures singing and prayer tiful black 4 years old in June and is 14 lj places about town the family of Mr T S Bronston SATURDAY APRIL 26 1890 Consists of Camlet a white girl poisoned at the same time A couple of young men from our town hand high was sired by Hubbles Beecher 2 Wool Wanted Address of welcome Elder M Elper yard Mrs E T Powell who visited Mrs Now follows another victim Tom Stevens a former resident of Rich- - died day Will le put up at suction on had the wheels taken off their buggv and and out of Black Satin jennet liott 3 Reports of Sunday schools by Sanko 100000 pounds by Covington Arnold and wild to the higlie t bidder that LOT N About twelve days after the poisoning S B White the past week returned nond is with us again and can now be of harness cut the other night at College Mr Baldwin says is the best shaped jack A Bro Appointment Vice Presidents 45- 4 Consists of all Linen ToweU at ioc a piece T B AYERS ni with Z T Rice Co confection of Mrs Desthcrage she gave birth to a Thursday to her home in Newport Committees 5 The Successful Sunday Hilt where they had gone sparking of his inches in the county Richmond Ky It healthy baby boy who is now in good Dr Carpenter assisted by Drs Frye ers and bakers at Luzons former stand Mrs Johnson of Virginia came last School 90 LOT N A young man of our town received on Address of thirty minutes by W T Noland Co near Union He will be glad to see his friends health week to see her daughter Mrs Professor Rev 6 last Thursday 163 letters The young City stand their excllent jack Bill Collins and Price performed tbe remarkable Pike Powers Tennessee of Keaui at J Consists operation Saturday of cutting out a Tlte murderous boy was sent to the Preston Her first visit to Kentucky Mr Cinda Parish executrix of the e- Short speeches on the above 7 Ob- man says that he and his girl are as friend- Â¬ at 6 Bill Collins is 3 years old We penitentiary and his time has about exsection of the necroesed backbone of Messrs C R and A W Rollins Chi- stacles in the Way of the Successful Sun- ly as ever and will continue the corres- have not been given an extended pedigree Btate of Harvey Parish will on Saturday LOT No 21 Charley Baker a negro boy 12 years of pired He should make himself extreme cago and Mr V R Jacobs Columbia May 3 at his old home near Red House day School Address of thirty minutes pondence as heretofore of this jack age It was very successful and the ly scarce on Muddy creek Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a were the guests of Mr E T Bur- Â¬ by Rev Heddleston Paint Lick 8 Five Mo a large nnmbcr or horses mare colts Two Story Frame Residence This list will be continued hereafter Bro Raimy will not preach at the boy from 5 to 1 years old at t oo patient is Improving Stanford Jour- Â¬ nam last week ules tacks jennet stock cattle cows From Who nee minute speeches on the above 9 ImMethodist church here first Sunday in Abraham Kelly and Samuel Logan nal LOT H sheep and some farm products and Ad May at hie regular appointment but in- Â¬ A business man in this place was preAs Agents for T E Urmston we will Mr James Gibson formerly a resident portance of Sunday School Work of Washington county good friends Consists of a Good S will at the same time rent out 250 acres of sented a voluminous morocco memoranTheC C C A St L By Big Four of Foxtown this county is visiting rela dress of thirty minutes by Mr Geo Ames vites his congregation to Wallace Chapel and just married got to joking each boy from 13 to 18 j 1 Route with Its connections forms the On THURSDAY Hay 15 1890 good grass This will be a large sale dum book on Christmas day From time tives here after an absence of eight years Praise where he holds May day services Afternoon exercises Berea other about their wives wbicb chang- popular line from LOT nd there will doubtless be many buyers to time he has dropped into it such notes AdCincinnati to Coun At 2 oclock P Msell his two story frame He will probably resume residence in service 2 Value of Co operation Miss Nannie Bowman who has been ed to caustic and bitter remarks Kelresidence on Smith Ballard Street This Consist of a Good Suit of Clothes for a cil Bluffs Omaba St Paul MinneapoSee ad dress of thirty minutes by Dr Morris visiting her brother Mr J M Bowman ly got accounts and other similar papers as by Kentucky mad and going off secured a lis and the West and Northwest is one of the best located and best apman at I5 00 Evans 3 Five minute speeches on the this place went to Louisville last week chance have come into his possession The pointed residence in the city The house musket and shot Logan dead The Through bleeping cars from City raxes THIN COLUMN Qualification of Superinten- Â¬ to purchase a large stock of millinery for Cincinnati is new and in perfect order contains 7 above 4 LOT other day while looking through the sev- Â¬ murderer escaped daxter advertises the eral pockets of this book he found a well to St Louis where connection - made rooms hall above and hall below bath Consists of a Goo Address of thirty minutes by her store at Beatty ville where she resides dents ra uent list of tax payers in to preserved receipt which reads as follows Fifty corner lots for sale by Strcng TOURISTS Duty of in Union Depot with through trains for room good cellar and splendid cistern Elder Darsie Frankfort 5 man at is also a good stable and carriage Mr John Creech has returned home max The list includes onlv all points in Missouri Kansas Texas There on the premise- - This house must The drug store whisky at Harrodsburg Parents and Guardians to Sunday School Adams Si Cos Western Express office house LOT NO as from the Commercial College at Lex- Whether on pleasure bent or business hitc persons and seventeen colored thirty minutes by and tbe Far West Address of and Middlesborough must be mighty bad Work It be seen and examined to be fully appreMrs Todd Lexington April 24th 1854 ington with all honors of a graduate should take on every trip a bottle of Consists of a Gixxl Suit of Clothes for a We will take pleasure in showing 7th Rev J J Chisholm Winchester 6 Â¬ that it sets the town afire care of White i Russell Richmond Kv Druggist Koseii was killed in Louis- ciated man at 1000 Messrs Tony Terrill Horace Park and Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas the property to parties wishing to inspect Address of Qualification of Teachers antly and effectually nu the kidneys ville by an explosion of gasoline Co Dr for freight on box to Adams Tbe llndv Found There is one house in town that receives BROOKS V CHENAULT it Uley Cornelison of this place are attendLOTS W 27 AND liver and bowels preventing fevers Recieved payment for proprietors as many goods by express as all the other thirty minutes by Elder C P Williamson Real Estate Agents 205 ago Joe the 40 48 ing the came school your kidneys are iuactive yon tor a man If Consist of a Suite headaches and other forms of sickness J Harper houses It is the express office Mr 7 Report of District President L V Sidney McSwain of this place be at 12 o lj anii The work of putting in rolls at the For sale iu 50c and 100 bottles by all will feel and look wretched even in the Dodge with an explanation of the relaOn the back is this endorsement Our Muncie does an immense business - drowned in Kentucky- river near Ir- most cheerful society and melancholy bought for less thin 5 mor tion of this Union to Denominational Waco Mills is nearing completion and leading druggists on the jolliest occasions Dr J H Me the suit anywhere in America A lady asked a young man to bring her XUurdiy the boly was charges 205 Stage dues 25 cents 8 Miscellaneous will be in running order by Saturday The work Leans Liver and Kidney Balm will Thirty six years to morrov since this a small quantity of crinoline on a bar at Witts Landing four He came Sunday school L ft N Representative Wilson introduced a set you right again One Dollar per names for the four grades that they make receipt was given and where it has been up town and dropped into a Second Street Business and Report of Committees jc1ow bv letse Tueirle bottle 40 52 are as follows 1st grade Climax 2nd bill to pay GenT T Garrard 13799 Consist of a Ladys Dongola Button Officers James P Herndon President all this time and how it got into the book drug store Give me a small vial of Shoe at 150 lift Candida Thomas grade Pride of Madison 3rd grade Waco and the heirs of J and D White of Cards announcing the marriage of Vice Presidents Richmond are unknown problems Guess crinoline hecarelessly remarked Clay county 17660 for destruction of our LOT No Thorpe Glade C M Baker Elliston Straight 4th grade Queen excellent young county man Mr the announcement of as Executrix of The you are in the wrong house go to the salt and injury to salt works by tbe William P Oivens to Miss Amelia Harvey undersigned sell publicly at his IUbinsonii Cirrus Dennis Zittle Kirksville J T Jones Parish will mnitee found elsewhere in to Â¬ of a Ladyi Consists further Federal army in 1802 The salt works daughter of Mr Lee Irvine of Boyle old home near Ked House on Robinsons Circus has come and gone saddler shop two or three doors Poosey John C Hendren Yates W D il gola Button Shoe wili be seen along this street replied the young drug- Â¬ were destroyed by order of Gen Buell have lieen received Theeeremouy will Lewis Union Geo S Williams Million should be more than and it affords us pleasure to speak a good gist LOT NO 31 I want some crinoline he said to occur iu the Msiu Street Presbyterian Handkerrkiefs on or before the word for the circus and the people con- the saddler in an uncertain sort of way Sidney C Bogie Foxtown Joel Cosby Consists of Ladies Dongola Buttor Shoes Sth for T E Baldwin Secretary C D Chen n one place then a pri nected with the show Mr John Lowlow Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs Church Dauville at 7 oolock Wednes Â¬ The following described property One at 550 worth SS75 What f who wants it r asked the sad day evening April 23rd Stanford yearling and one ault Treasurer mary election will be ordered for the first the veteran clown has charge of the Press 40- - Crooke Bennett A Ukmston mule five was the meek response Mrs dler LOT N business and he attended to that duty Saturday in May Journal broke mules one yearling Last week Gov Buckner vetoed a bill I never heard of such a thing in my success crowned tbe efforts Brilliant Consists of Childrens Shoes Spring Heel The Circus is promptly and courteously Warder full brother to Traynors Warpedigree furnished on day of sale New Piano and Sewing Machine Hoot Must be I was to prevent the sale of intoxicants within Trains of the Big Four Koute C C jack jennet ami jennet colt former in said the saddler line of tbe ladies iu charge ot the carnival Dongola Leather sizes 8 to 12 at oue good being particularly strong in riding one mile of Macedonia Baptist church in lock recently sold for 15000 St L Kv depart from and arrive foal to Collins s big jick Bourbon thief of nations at Lexington and the Pro C MrJ O Davis representing Baldwin features Very large audiences attended told to call here for it the confused young Grant county and a similar bill as to LOT NO 33 Burns McGregor the Sooo horse of E horses one Oh you misunderstood her and the Home Sewing Machine both performances of the show and the man said teatant Inflrmany Is greatly aided at Central Union Depot Cincinnati iu three S Muir of Scoott county is dead RecConsists of Misses Dongola Button Shoes saddle horse the saddler Beard Presbyterian church in Scott counsuggested tbe immediate viciuity of the piiucipal thereby Conipam has rented Mr Jno W Crooke mini friends and acqnaintances of Mr she said kindlin Spring HeelssizeN S to 12 at ord 229 The message as follows hotels and iu the business center of the oo Jrs house on Main Street next door be and Mrs Willie Marks turned out en Well may be she did smiled the puzzled ty Gentlemen of isthe House of Repreworth Freeh bread always on hand Harry Simmons of Louisville has sold city It low M B Aibuckle Si Co He invites masse to witness their very graceful rid- young man and the saddler pointed out 46- Z T Bice A Co 34 LOT N I respectfully return without to Frank Anthony of Denver Col the the public to call and see his musical in ing acts Mrs Marks has become a first half a W goods box which the young sentatives At Millers Creek Fsiill county Dan One pouy safe for children two yearl Â¬ Consist of Mens Congress Gaiters or my approval the bills entitled respective colt by Red Wilkes brown man gallantly carried to the lady Now A Milwaukee man says he bas evi Â¬ struments and machines rate rider doing all the acts usualy per 15 cut John W Briuegar World Beaters ing colts one by Vatican out of a Balmoral Shoes at dam by Mambrina Chief for 3700 he goes by way of Third and Irvine Streets ly dence that a number of county officials Sparks aged formed by lady riders Their double riding Candidate For Police Jndge aged 21 from the effects of which the pedigreed mare First An act to prohibit the sale of LOT No to get to his boarding house and goes late Posey Si Son of Rush ville Ind sold to in Kentucky have aided in Issuing latter died Mr James Tevis is a candidate for act was particularly graceful and elicited to miss the other boarders rpirituous vinous and malt liquors within Dr Wm Morrow of Nashville Tenn fraudulent land titles Consists af Mens Congress Gaiters or The hippodrome fea Â¬ Police Judge of Richmond subject to the much applause one mile of Macedonia Baptist church in the Balmoral Shoes at 2 00 Hummers Highest market price for 100000 colt Guy Corbet by Guy bull 7 yearling steers Grant county and One action of the Democratic partv He is tures rnd racing were particularly pleas RELIGIOUS 100 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY pounds of wool dam by Sultan 224 for Wilkes 2t5 LOT NO 3tJ 7 yearling heifers four calves 9 cows Second An act to prohibit the sale of 6000 too well known to the people of Richmond ing Miamisytlle News Covington Arnold A Bro 45 73 sheep 67 lambs 5 Consist of Men into the Methodist spirituous or malt liquors within a radius Cordovan Congress Theives broke three with calf Will exhibit at Richmond Friday for any comment from us He has enter- Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at Hogan Bros stable of Williamstown The Climax will Wive Away 100 in titM May 2 church at Owingsv lie and stole the or- of one and one half miles of the Beard William Hendricks returned from stacks of hay a large lot of plank fence d the race earnestly and actively The posts This i a regular Corner Lot burned Eleven valuable horses were ft its Snbseribers gan work to his bouse on Stooer Branch in Presbyterian church in Scott county At tbe same time and place I will primary election will take place on Satur LOT NO 37 burned among them the thoroughbred Clark county and found bis wife dead rent for the jear 250 ACBES of grae-Rev A H Anthony of Louisville The titles of both these bills are day May 3rd Every subscriber paid up at least to stallion Magic Wilkes valued at 5000 Consists of Mens Hats at - yc 10 and under cash on tbe floor will preach at Kirksville Baptist church misleading and do not accord with the Tekms For April 1st 1891 will be given a ticket in Mammoth Tobacco Beds loss 20000 over that sum 6 months credit without Saturday and Sunday next 26 and 27 LOT NO 3S The title of the first relates Total enactments We have been using Gantuers magic interest Senator John D Harris and Mr George W T Woodards combination horse the drawing The one drawing first prize Rev Green Clay Smith has resigned the to the sale of spirituous vinous and malt A regular chicken cholera cure very successfully PARISH Consists of Mens Hats at Mrs CINDA DOUGLAS D White have the largest tobacco beds in War will receive 50 in Gold the one drawing The Oregon Railway Extension Com- pastorate of the Baptist church at Mt liquors while that of the second relate sale began at Lexington Monday Building Site and have dispensed with all others Kxecutrix the county They measure 30x240 feet pany which is backed by the Cnion Pa- Â¬ Sterling der b y by Belmont dam Waterwitch He proposes to live in that city to the sale of spirituous or malt liquors second prize will receive 30 in Gold the No diseases less food and flue plu tJ For further information 4oapply LOT NO 33 each and 1600 yards ol cotton were re cific Company 4i has filed at Oiympia and fill ministerial engagements in other yet each of the bills enacts not only a sold for 5100 Helena by Mambrino one drawing third prize will receive mage Poultry Yards Gordon ville to w A Williams Agetit 15 Consists of Mens Hats at 125 an ex- Â¬ quired to cover them The Senator will Wash supplementary articles authorizing States penalty for the sale oi spirituous vinous Boy dam Princess 6250 Sold and warrauied by Stockton position of the high price of other in Gold the one drawing fourth prize will Ky put in 25 acres of tobacco which will be it to build about 3000 miles of new line in J B Perry Lexington Ky has sold A Brooks Richmond Ky It Lexingtons Carnival of Nations under or malt liquors but also forbids any per LOT NO 40 one of the largest crops in the State Mr the Northwest receive 5 in Gold and the one drawing the supervision of the Protestant ladies of son to give to another any of these liquors for the owners to the McCormick Live Auctioneer Wm Elkiu died in Gar White has probably the largest tobacco a regular Consist of Men Hats at fifth prise will receive two years sub- Â¬ Stock Company Bowling Green Mo the The stockholders of the East Tennessee that city closed with a profit of over within the radius prescribed the only ex OF raid county last week barn in Kentucky and four or five smaller Worlds Fair ception being in the first bill which per- Â¬ brood mare Belle Harold by Belmont scription to The Climax Virginia and Georgia road at Knoxville 1000 It was in every way a grand ones mits a physician to prescribe for the phys Â¬ dam by Harold for 2500 She is in foal 100000 Ponnas oFwool LOT NO 41 Tenn Tuesday ratified the Erlanger success At Blue Lick Estill county James L S Record to Bell Boy ical health of his patients G the deal which gives the E T V New Dentist We want 100000 pounds of wool Consists of Full Regular Balbriggan Shirts Forty seven colored people were baptiz a rabbit and when be 4- These enactments interfere not only ownership of the Alabama Great South- ed Sunday afternoon in Bronstons pond The trotting mare Susie S 2155 the Winn shot at Covington Arnold A Bro for men at 50C Dr W W Burgin who has been pracwent to pick it up found the ball from ticing dentistry in Memphis has secured ern Road and with this ownership the by Elder Broaddus of the colored Baptist with the rites of hospitality forbidding a property of H A Pearce of PennsylvaLOT NO 42 Foa Miss Maggie McRobertsof Danville lost to offer a glass of wine to his guest nia will be trained by her former owner bis rifle bad glanced and gone through the rooms over the Pulace dry goods control of the Cincinnati Southern road church Not more than half an hour was tbe bead of bis friend John Scrivener and Major M Coakley of Caropbells Consist of Mens Pepperell Drill Draw Â¬ but they discriminate in favor of the phys- Â¬ Henry Traynor of Richmond Ky who store on First street formerley occupied The new freight depot for the R N I consumed in the work ers at 50c ville were married Wednesday ical and against the spiritual man for will get a salary of 1500 and expenses killing him Instantly by Dr Kcsterson and opened a dental B R R at this place has been com Dr William Stuart who has often while in one of the bills the curer of the LOT NO 43 KM Slaves Susie S brought Elegant New essss 10500 Lexington office Dr Burgin is a son of Esoin Bur pleted fnd is now undergoing a coat of preached at Baptist church this place will Consists of Mens Oershirts at 50c Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid gin this place and is well known to a paint The building a is well constructed represent the Boones Creek Baptist asso- body is held harmless in admistering whis Stock Farm Are being received daily bv Cassell ky for physical ailments the physician of Every pair large number of the people of the county frame structure 24x45 feet in dimensions ciation at the Southern Baptist ConvenLOT NO 44 A number of horsemen attended the Price Lexington Ky New style black Gloves ever in town the soul is subjected by both bills to a fine staliion show at Lexington yesterday He invites his friends and the people jea The foundation for the new passenger tion Fort Worth next month drapery nets and grenadines Handsome guaranteed Consists of Men Flannel Shirts at 75 ct of fifty dollars for giving a title wine at and report about 60 stallions on exhibition novelty suits not soiled or shopworn at 40- - Crooke Bennett A Urmston I will offer at public sale in front erally to call and see him depot has been laid and in a short time LOT NO 45 The 100000 subscriptions for a new the commuion table of I lie Court House door in RichA number of fine stallions were shown but much less than the importers price The will boast of a very pretty Nicholasville Mrs Cal Morgan who attempted Drags and Kire building for the Y M C A in CincinConsist of Mens Flannel Shirt at 1 It is believed from the wellknown piety it was generaly conceded that it was best assortment of hosiery in the city at Ky on and conveniently located depot It will suicide at Lexington was not the mond nati is booming David Sinton helped it of the House of Representatives that they eclipsed The fires at M iddiesborough and HarLOT NO 4 by the Bourbon horse show extremely low prices French and Amer- Â¬ widow of Col Cal Morgan be a frame with dimensions of 20x77 feet SATURDAY HAT 17th 1890 with 25000 Monday making 58000 will not permit this unjust discrimination rodsburg Sunday night originated in drug both as to the high class of horses and the ican challies in choice new styles In of Mens Half Hose at 25c Consists Journal which he has given the Association stores At M iddiesborough Dr W B Georgetown Times Burnam A Hume are agents for first Between the hours of 10 oclock a fact everything new and stylish for the Paris News number on exhibition They Come and Come Joyfnlly LOT K 47 Pigg formerly of this place lighted his Prof D M Sweets formerly a student IFor THK Cuiai The highest priced foal ever sold here ladies toilet all of which can be had at class insurance companies Try them M and 6 oclock p m the follow- Â¬ Th Climax gold prizes 50 30115 Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c gasoline stove It exploded and started a 33 32 Central University now at Hampden of A WAIL ing property to pay the taxes as was that disposed of by Mr Anglin of the very lowest prices and if you buy be 100 in all are having a decided Sidney College Va will return in May fire that consumed 30000 worth of irame and 5 LOT NO Miss Martha Dehoe this conuty Monday oue of the sessed against the same for the It was dropped at fore examining this choice stock you will inTO MR S SNOOKS buildings They will be replaced with effect outside of the county as well as secure license to preach and take charge an early hour Monday morning by the miss a rare treat and pay higher prices dwarf triplets ot Nlcbolasviile is dead vearslSSS and 18S9 Consist of Torchon Laces at 15 20 and We would be glad to publish all the of a church near Covington He has a brick ones At Harrodsburg the fire side noted mare Kinkora the dam of the sen- 15 and 18 West Main street 45 46 25c for 1 2 yard piece at tbe age of 64 years nice things said of The Climax in letters bright future WHITES To love my second wife originated in the drug store of L D Card sational colt Constantine She is by We have be LOT NO 49 Priuce Victor Napoleon baa just come 800 Croppy suffocations night coughs Mr Rebeca Baxter one lot I am in duty bound well The loss is probably 100000 Dr received but space forbids Elder Spicer will preach at Brooks Mambrino Patchen and her little filly is Into possession of a number of inter 700 Consist of a Line of Trunks at prices and all the common affections of the Mrs E I Miller one lot sides a wholesome fear that the patience But mine is not the home Piggs numerous friends will be sorry to town Christian church Saturday before by the fast Barron Wilkes by the great esting relics of tbe first Napoleon throat and lungs quickly relieved by Calvin Maupin one lot 1500 never before named everything Where peace and love are found hear of his misfortune We have not of our readers cant stand the 3rd Sunday in eyery month at 3 George Willkes dam by Mambrino Patch They comprise tbe red velvet robe Dr J H McLeans Tar Wiue Luug COLORED for quoting But we hope to receive pardon LOT NO 50 heard what his loss was 40 52 oclock Sunday at n oclock Sunday night en Mr Gerhard Lang the wealthy wbicb tbe consul wore on great occa Â¬ Balm George Bronston one lot- Theres always fuss at me 100 a few choice sentences from highly com Â¬ at usual hour Sunday school at 3 oclock Consists of hundreds of other Lots of which brewer of Buffalo New York was the sions notably during the Te Deum 200 Tbe Winchester National Bank is Sallie Blytbe one lot Images Delive red on Horseback Enough for twenty curs plimentary letters we have not the room here to except on 3rd Sunday at 10 oclock 600 purchser before the foal was three hours sung at Norte Dame In honor of tbe winding up its affairs and baa reorgan- Â¬ Burgoyne Breck one lot And if I should do right Heretofore in Richmond as in other make m rton Smith Jr Oswego New Mr J Snsed Frank Barnes 2 yeara one lot- 350 Congressman W C P Breckinridge old The price paid was 5000 Lex concordat j tbe saddle and hostler used ized as a State bank A thrashing would be hers places telegraphic messages have been York Continue sending me the Cli Â¬ one tot - Jo- looe tnenauit ington Gazette Clay 200 delivered by messengers on foot and too max for I enjoy reading it and feel alto Â¬ of Kentucky delivered an address last by the Emperor at Austerlits tbe If you want to buy a sulky surrey Frank Embry one lot Her heart is stony hard Come to our great lot sale Mary night on Calvinism and Civil Liberty one lot - 300 often by any but swift footed ones at gether at home in doing so althongh sev Â¬ At the recent prominent public sales of cashmere girdle worn by Napoleon at buggy or carriage call on Donelsuu soil And not of fertile James Harris one lot 100 and you will carry away with you The at the Central Presbyterian church trotters held in New York City Chicago that Now Mr Arlie Wells has secured eral miles from Waco the battle of the Pyramid a cane for be bas the latest best and cheapest Marian Irvine one lot 500 Lots of Lots that you will never And I must wash and cook large church was filled with an attentive Lexington Kv and Coldwater Mich the place of messengr and is daily seen chair from St Helena tbe cup teapot Henry Irvine one lot 8- Mr WC Combs Richfield Kansas 200 And daily for her toil audience Congressman Breckinridge did Green Owens one lot the enormous number of 2911 horses saucer and candlestick used in the bed living through the streets and suburbs on I caut do without the Climax It is 100 have the opportunity to buy again Mrs Cordelia Taibott and Mrs Mag Â¬ David Rodea one lot Wilkelm Â¬ not lose any of his reputation as an elo- 100 shorts-pawere sold for an aggregate of 1550 232 chamber of the dying exile as well as Bp a luck delivering metstges in a like a letter from home gie Phillips died in Bourbon county Martha Tribble one lot Dbif Rock Kv 1890 ce being an average of 50373 per head The tbe sheet and pillow of bis death bed It is quent speaker His address was a mas Â¬ of time than ever before known Mr W N Potts Stanford Ky Robert Walker one lot 200 terly one No mere abstract could do his Ice cream soda water at The Frankie Cleveland Barber Shop is totals and averages of the various sales are tbe handkerchief be used in his last is a great convenience for the public such a household friend that I cannot Jamea Willis one lot 30 Baltimore Sun speech justice 45 jbo Z T Rice A Co a Well one lot the place for a smooth shave Ladies as follows Brasfield Co 300 head av Joe moments to wipe tis face and tbe case persons living outside the delivery part with it Next to the Bible stands Charles Yates one lot The debate between Rev John Reeves and Childrens hair cutting and shampoo eraged 585 W T Woodards 508 bead of mathematical instruments which be s should encourage the young man by- the Climax William Gilmore was killed by a Seller of Lots ol Bargains J L- - BAXTER averaged 688 Kellogg Co fiaat com- - always carried it Mrs S A M Land Hanley Ky We pastor of the M E Church South and irg a specialty allowances on each message I train at Lebanon last week 4S Cooector 45- - HE CLIMAX For keitaeky River The Congressional House Committee bas completed the river appropriation bill For Kentucky river the turn of 180000 is recommended If this amount should be appropriated slack water would reach somewhere near the crossing of the R N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - L tis 1 appreciate the Climax very much and look forward to its arrival very week with great pleasure Send J C Lyter Bristol Tennessee me the Climax and send it quick and fast I enclose money for two years Never let it stop a minute I had J R Baber Austerlitz Ky rather have the Climax than the Presidency and so had my neighbor Hari m Hopper J R Quisenberry Lexington Ky The Climax is always a week old when I get to read it my mother-in-laand wife seize it immediately upon its arrival and continue to read it until the next one comes but its good however late Similar expressions of appreciation come from James W Chandler Clear Water Kansas Caleb Cope Annvil e Ky J W Colyar Somerset Ky G B Dozier Shirley Illinois Thomas Dorsey Flemingsburg Ky Pendleton Ferril Shirley Illinois O G Reid Latham Illinois C M Taylor Arrowsmith Illinois BurDr J D ton VenaWe Chandler Va Gilbert Hunts Ky J Tevis Wilkerson Lexington Ky J B Ashcraft Irvint Ky J W Denny McLean Illinois J F Siusher Pineville Ky James Colter McLean Illinois W M Simmons Missouri City Mo W W Bonny McLean Illi- Â¬ nois George W Rice Clay City Ky T B Taylor Winchester Ky Dillard Mrs Cox McLean Illinois Richard Cobb Danville Kentucky Hold enough Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is- Elder J W McGarvey Jr pastor of the Christian church both of Flemingsburg was held in the Court house at that place last week beginning Tuesday and closing Friday The Times Democrat says that the house was packed at every meeting and the greatest interest was manifested Good feeling prevailed throughout the debate Notwithstanding all this it is perfectly safe to say that not a member of either denomiation has changed in his opinions in the least as a result oi the debate Mt Sterling Gazette Pikeville is having a religious awaken Â¬ ing just now On Easter Sunday even- Â¬ ing Revs Glover of the M E church South Bly the of the Presbyterian church and Sturgill of the Methodist Episcopal church began in the Southern Methodist church on Main streett a protracted service Up to and including the service Sunday evening the accessions were as M E church South six M E follows church one Presbyterian church twelve The meeting still continues and the prospects for quite a successful meeting are very flattering The women and the young converts have organized crusading bands and nightly visit and pray at some dwelling Richmond Ky April 12 i8qo To tie Churckes of Madison and Estill Counties Greeting Dear Brethren The Co operation Meeting of the churches of Madison and Estill counties will be held this year with the congregation worshiping at Union City in the county of Madison The ser vices will begin on Friday before the fourth Sunday in May and close on Sat- Â¬ urday afternoon The dates are May 23rd and 24th dont forget it It is earnestly requested that every church in the two counties shall be represented by one or more delegates 2 The church at Union City extends you a hearty invitation to be present and co operate in the good work Each church in the district is urgent3 ly requested to send a liberal pledge by its delegates to assist in this good wook if you can not send a pledge however send your delegates anyhow and they will be very cordially received and warmly welcomed A good programme is being prepar4 ed and will be forwarded to you soon Come and let us reason together and devise liberal things for the honor and glory of our God and the good of our fellow men Fraternally yours Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ MttX L0T8 EHITOHlCnilEl ill ANNOUNCEMENTS I HJStreng Â¬ Â¬ eight-year-ol- Lots of Bargains lc iffhi LT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M i- S Â¬ Â¬ ithe PT Notice to Creditors Â¬ - flew Cottage for Sale Â¬ id ts ro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Sal E 11 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VB ROfl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seven-year-ol- d Â¬ Public Sole Saturday May 3 90 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Brown Mare 1 Â¬ Â¬ io 0NEY0KE0F0XEN Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Collectors Sale Â¬ Â¬ CITY LOTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TAXES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ J STREHB - r COLONEL BLLWiKASS til KEKTICKY SCRAPS OF FRENCH WISDOM TALK ABOUT MENS DRESS Â¬ Ds Musset Truth is the skeleton of appearances Choiseul Nature makes fools wo H coxcombs Karr One slanders apples when on has m tfth Donbayt The friends of our friends are our friends I Turis Happiness is but an unhappl Yon may rave oer duko and princes with ness consoled Mouselet Resignation a virgin with tlicir opaque pedigree golden tears All the Itleil importations Anglomaniacs Rousseau The good is but the beau Â¬ tiful in action Swing the eerier low lefore them bow the Mm stacker Love the greatest of head and bend the knees compliments liut from joining in the worship well ex- Chamfort Au indiscreet man is an please Oh a true man as Ood made him is the hero 1 cmte me it yu d letter admire b Vauvenarguc Intolliprntv Truth is the sun of the lau broad green earth liooJ build and birth Kentucky beats them lrom word to wire II hMMI Audacity seldom foririven of thought is of Sahara I could tell him at a glance So like Hamlet at a funeral and Mcrcntioat a dance complexion with his bills like cring ba And that h Id water entertained li rabies he never turns his back upon a or foe in one pocket fers n - the other side now III the bible which he quotes from day and night He would turn back for a horse race were sweet heaven itself in sight stheticsbut his equine lores sublime m giwt the favorites pedigree from our time ug all the conversation with the oaths at his command e seen him on the track maniac jming up superbly in the Judges and IV sworn knight of the ladies and bows at Beautys shrine r petticoat that hangs Take the line iu on a desert island with the ugliest on earth He will Hut ts keep hi- - hand in and make t for all lies worth Oh ciy yet he irays from her I infer lover like a gourmand tires Victor Hugo Creation lives man is but a witness IJoniiard Silence A fools wit a Mians virtue Hlvitius Virtue has many preach V martyrs Join Instinct has a lucidness that surpasses reason Love places a genius and a Cresset fool od a level Barbarism may be excess Lamartiue of civilisation Rcxliipedrc Laughter the knell of a dead illusion Respect white hair es Â¬ Provencal pecially your own Duty Inflames warriors cools IV uy married eope Soulary What the hand cannot reach is but a dream Mme Epinay The profession of woÂ¬ man is very hard - ir Bravery escapes more dangers than cowardice Bov geart We seldom confide a secret it esc a p- of quail lays n at home r and wel- - I There the red then e fa ans met to fix the young folks bill and coo to do f the fox hounds is blown MH the night VI yet hes rev ere inner every Sunday in And upon these grave occasions he assumes emu air urcsquebe i t swear the Bible in a most im ne Moses and the lromised Land am fall and Gideons band ine of election quite his own he con VII Honest gentleman ig to the good God bless him with his traditions of the storied ith his virtues not post mortem and his small I think ig angel does not set them down in ink I ame Natures pet edition may he n print foreer upon this broad green earth i or brains manhood build and birth Colonel Hluegrass of Kentucky beats the ril every year Emu THE s Miuer TURTLES REVENGE Ketrtbutive Jnstire That Made s Whit Mm Yell Like a Sioux No I dont pretend to pose as a prominent humanitarian or disciple of h school explained a real estate magnate to a 1iuneer Press man but I certainly do not approve of unnecessary cruelty to animals insects or even reptiles The disposition to torture any animate for pure cussedness stamps a man as about ten centuries behind the present era of civilization I received an object lesron in this matter when I was a boy It was along In the GOs and I was living in Olmsted County this State The Zumbro river was remark Â¬ ably rood ground for fish spearing in those days and a party of us wore one uay nosung uown towara tne tails in a fat bottomed punt and Jabbing away in Â¬ dustriously at stray 6uckers pike hnepiinart and au occasional muska long There was a barefooted chap along with us named Stansbury Charley Stansbury and be availed himself an of opportunity to drive his four pronged harpoon through the 6heil of an in Â¬ nocent mud turtle that happened to be in unlucky proximity to the boat No Â¬ body laughed except Stansbury when be hauled in the offending repti d it off into the bottom of the punt After a few minutes of impressive and while every one was atÂ¬ tentively watching the water the wounded turtle managed to crawl up and nip a good sized mouthful out of Ktansburys heeL The first Intimation eived of such retributive Justice was a yell from Stansbury like a Brule Soux war whoop and the boy sprang into the dark waters of the Zumbro I shall never forget that awful event said the real estate man wiping his eyes It msde a lasting impression The poor fellow went down three times Went down three times eh in quired a casual listener Of course he was drowned by the time you got bim -1 -Â¬ Lamartiue The most effective coÂ¬ quetry is innocence Lamennais Curves of men bring bless-Â¬ ings of heaven Dussaulx Temperance inability to eat or drink much Karr Friends thuse who love us and those wio hate us p next to death is the best thing in life Dufresnoy Melancholy is the conva Â¬ lescence of sorrow Met Heart has reasons reason can not understand NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY Revenge bitter sweets from IT A ring that is taking the place of the the dcviPs garden diamond shaped cluster Is a square opal He who reckoi Maleshcrbes surrounded by diamonds friends has not one On pale blue silk garters buckles of IV Lenclos Beauty without grace is silver representing two keys crossed on a a hook without bait padlock make very attractive ornar Fortune does not change ments men it unmasks them A plain gold wire bracelet worked Swctchinc Attention is a tacit and into the pattern of an ordinary hook and continual compliment eye is a design recently imported from IV Finod lirief counts seconds hap-Â¬ Europe piness forgets hours At a recent dinner given by a New Young saint old devil York lady small oxidized postage stamp Columbat young devil old saint holders were distributed among the guests as favors Love makes time pa its Foinceioi time makes love pass Pretty and very acceptable to a young person is a pair of earrings with diaCURIOUS CONDENSATIONS monds mounted in the center of a circle of small gold sleigh bells A seasonable gift is a sprig of holly The women of Milford Me have pre lo the town a hall whicii they and mistletoe formed of variagated gold paid for themselves by giving entertain Â¬ into a tasty lace pin The berries are represented by small moonstone balls ments auj fairs A lad named Simons Is the pride of and carnelian An attractive ornament for the desk Santa Cruz county California He is 17 years old stands six feet three and one that is sure of securing immediate one half inches high and weighs 200 attention is a miniature silver stove of American pattern pounds The article is perThere is a queerly matched couple In fect in every detail A change In the style of bonbon boxes Atlanta The husband weighs 130 pounds and the wife 300 pounds When Is apparently approaching One square they wore married the man weighed 150 shaped aud got up to represent an old scuff box was recently produced by an and the woman 10 T Munson living In LaCrosse coun- Â¬ enterprising manufacturer ty Wisconsin should be credited with one of the shortest courtships on record ELECTRICAL NOTES He went to see the sights of Black River Falls and while eating dinner at one of A late report shows eighty five elec Â¬ the restaurants was smitten with the tric railways completed or In course of waiter girl whom he engaged in conver construction in the United States sation In a few minutes they were The opacity of steam issuing from friends in an hour lovers and before nozzle is greatly increased by bringinga sundown were man and wife he return electrified points near it and its color is th his bride having been gone cltnnged to orange brown from home but three days An official return shows that in the An almost indescrible color is that of year lti the time occupied in passing alskin before it is dyed It is sil- Â¬ through the Suez canal by vessels not very uray furry brown and two or thn e using the electric light was 37 hours 57 oth r things all at the same time But minutes on the average whereas the H is strikinirly pretty and in the average time occupied by vessels using East is so seldom seen that those girls the electric light and thus being able to wearing the undyed skins may feel pride navigate the canal by night was 28 at having something unusual and indihours 32 minutes vidual A young Californian who came Electricity is being adopted to a very to New York only a short time ago re- In on Christmas from a friend on the large extent in Sweden and Norway Pacific coast a cape and muff of the skin Christiania the question of an electric tramway is being discussed A com Â¬ In its natural color and had great fun Ing to acquaintances guessing what mittee appointed to inspect the various the sasasal was By actual count countries has n orted that electric tramways are both the safest anil the eicht women and one man each made a cheapest ami the result is that extensive different guess and strange enoughthe schemes for electrical tramway Installaman was the only one to name tie the first time But he had hunted seals tions are being developed The big guns turned out by the EnIn his earlier days and he ought to have glish arsensak are now fitted up with a known device to facilitate firing at night The DEFINITIONS OF THE DAY ordinaryights are illuminated by a small incandescent lamp the rays from which passing through a lens are con- Â¬ Llcht and shade A window verged so that only a minute point or A ready rider The life boat line of sight just sufficient to distinA household word A mortgage guish the sight is obtained By means An heir line The birth notice ef an adjustable resistance the light can With might and mano The lion be modulated to suit the degree of darkness of the night or the eye of the ob- Â¬ Out in the cold A handkerchief server The first person singular Adam An utter failure The stammerer No sooner said than done Amen FIVE SCORE YEARS OLD A military heir The sun of a gun Dinah Ellis a negress of Boone coun- Â¬ Thf oream of the joke Ice cream ty Missouri claims to be 136 FiTed up regardless The glass eye Lorenzo D Carter the oldest man In A buy word and reproach Hoodie Warren Me is dead He was 101 years Looted and spurred the slow horse of age A pack animal Thecigarette fiend Ellis Wilcox the oldest resident of The pale of civilization Face powder Sangamon county Illinois died recently A line of business The lynchers aged 101 years rope Mrs Amos Adams of Jollet 111 Is 98 Returned with thanks Grace before years old and hale though blind Knit Â¬ meat ting is her delight Music by the banned The organ Frederick William Drought a native grind of Ireland died recently A rough estimate Figuring on sand- Â¬ Kan at the age of 101 at Kansas City paper John Grant who was born in Maine in A spark of genius One who knows 1780 and was one of the first settlers of when to go home Kansas died recently at Delphos Kan Cut and dried The man who was Mrs Elizabeth Price of Normal 111 withered by a glance ts 09 and as mrry as a cricket She It A beggarly account of empty boxes a native of Chester county Pennsyl Â¬ Th average sporting column vania Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Same of the ultra swells will wear white waistcoats when the thermometer la down near freezing point The naterlal is washable but infinitely warmer than the summer textures The figured waistcoat is the ons sop cast by the relentless fashion iroldera this season to the small astny of men with ready money to spend li costusM and possessing a well dctluel p iirsassl for the natty and picturesque in dress The double breasted waistcoat has tost iu individuality in the swirl of the movement general double - breasted throughout all the branches of outer ap-Â¬ parel and the boom it was expected earlier in the season to take on has been well nigh snuffed out Aside from the crush hat the tall silk stove pipe is the only appropriate head gear to be worn with evening dress Swelldom will welcome the opera hat back again when the proper time ar-Â¬ rives for the silk hat is upon occasions very much in the way and decidedly in- Â¬ convenient to manage A cape waterproof overcoat of liberal length constructed upon the cut of the stylish Invertness capes is the most re- Â¬ cent arrival The material used Is a tiled brown or gray cheviot in effect and a velvet collar gives the appropriate finish to this most distinguished raincoat that has yet appeared There is an effort to be made with a view of reviving the opera hat Some of the best authorities on dress among men of the fashionable world are In hearty accord with the idea and already the leading hatters have begun featuring this convenient tile of full dress in their show windows In the variety of style and beauty of workmaiship the American manufac- Â¬ turers canes and umbrellas long since distanced European competitors These articles come forth in wondrous mul- Â¬ tiplicity of design at this period of the year and for serviceability those of the best quality may bo warranted to stand all of the tests in contest with the best example on which duty was ever paid Parisians try to bring fur caps into fashion for street wear So far only turbans and Alexis caps are seen which are neither of Persian or dyed seal This may be considered an innovation in Paris and it remains to be seen whether it will find followers Fur overcoats are worn with loose backs with sleeves and collar of about four Inches the cuffs are about five inches wide and a narrow strip of fur is sewn inside of the bottom of the sleeve Where the cuffs are missing a broad shawl collar makes up for this want Â¬ sLHTS Yes AHEAD H EILLED WITH T RICHMOND FRIDAY 3000 Daily Expense 2000000 Infested III 100000 X X - in Hew Features were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all ONLY BIC SHOW TO BE HERE THIS YEArT GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and EVERY 4M0NSTtTfUWSas60 SPECIALJARS NEVER DIVIiKSmnvflKVE8CHAlGi 20 Amht aitd hobsesivYx Giant Hori Trained Ponies wlwu JOHN ROBINSONS BIG6ER THAN EVER io NEW DEPARTMENT IS WITH BRIGHT NEW GOODS fr MONSTER HERD ITS LIKE NEVER SEEN ISO Jfr EVERYTHiXG OF ELEPHANTS Manufactured and bought for this Springs 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 r or square ueaiuig uusi guuus uiggeai uuiuiieiiiaiiu desires wxj ouii OWgVTR0UPE TRAINED avsssssi DCHKEYS Latest Styles Youre ii iui 1V Jril l COME Gentle Spring and SEE US YOU CO TO LOOK REMEMBER Just as Welcome as WHETHER OR Mil w COVINGTON S520 W Main Street Near Hotel Glyndon MITCHELL MmLPMk BIG AfL - s i Our Spring Styles Are Uow Heady CIRCUS RINGS SIDE BY SIDE OX3FsC3X7sal 2 4 end 6 Horse Equestran Acts Myriads of Athletic Acts Hosts of Perfected Artists Ascensiomsts Aenalists Stupenaion Feats Trspezista Wire waiter Aensl and Comic sod Funny Features Muscular Displays Triple Mid air Sensations Flyirit Ring 3ilauoina Bicycis Riders Sioted Statert Delightful Manege Acts Swinging Trspese Juggling Globs willimg Slack Rope Graceful Bareback Riding Unequaled Leaping Wire Spring Acts Br ther Acts Tumbling and Clown Acts Club swmgig High kickiag Contortion D aplaya Caledonian Sp I DIM fORlADT ACTS COaiFNio V our Careful Inspection Is Hecpiested MIT i1 DIair Ainu FOR FOREIGN AeTSONLT i DINT 1 AlrlU FOR CHILDREN P FDRMilF ACTSONU ACTS0NIT LILIPUTIAN REPRESENTATION OF THE 60 CROOKE BENNETT X MINIATURE SHETLAND PONIES X i von by Jochsjr CLtAririteor OhlUlrea and URMSTON CHARIOT RACES STAN DIN 3 RACES FLAT RACES JOCKS Y RACES WHEELHARROW RACES STEEPLECHASE RACES BACK RACES PEDESTRIAN RACES CLIMBING GREASED POLB WRESTLING snd BOXING BOUTS 2 and 4 HORSE 3 3iorvssrrKrt Hippopotamus DRY GOODS AND White Nils Rhinoceros Black Tigers Bengal Tigers White Bears lack Ostriches Drore of Giraffes of Sea Lions School Elands Zebras Llamas Leopards Lions Ant Bears Emues and metagkiiies - STJLKV RACES ELEPHANT AND CAMEL RACES OSTRICH AND BUFFALO RACES MULE AND DONKEY RACES MAN AGAINST RACE HORSE OBSTACLE RACFS RUNNING RACES CATCHING GREASED PIG 60 3 I THROWING HEAV1 WEIGHTS 15QO MERCHANT TAILORING Tribes of Indians Cowbovs Serum Minsrs Noted Shots Mex enns Bucking Brorjchc- Btsgs Herd of Mexican sad Inuia i f PUEBLO BILLSmtcthcWILD WEST C nch es in rare and costly ANIMALS Native Pas 31 Chariots 12 Kinds of Music 60 Cage 8 Separate Bands ps Childrens Tally ho Is Sarn Organs Troupe Jubilee Singers lis 2 Steam Caliopcs Scotch Bagpipers oera 300 Horses 100 Ponies 00 Children f lOO Knighs in Armor Herd- - cf Elephaass Camels Elk Giraffes end Buffaloes OOOOO rATIO OCLOCK EACH MORNINCTCEt FREE FRAD DOORS 2 PERFORMANCES DAILY CPt g ATI AND 7 LOT7 EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS P OUR SPRING l IYE- - POPE Great Boom Announcement HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS- - WALLACE -- B0GGS IN- - MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE -- DEALERS W A LARGE SHIPMENT OF- - BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS AND- - Hoes Hakes Spades Shovels OF- - HIGH ART Mattocks Flows of all Kinds Lawn Mowers Fishing Tackle BEST LINE OF COOKING STOVES i FURNISHING GOODS -- FOB THE- - SPRING AITD SUMMER SEASON IN RICHMOND It fa with extreme gratification that we anooonce the opening of our Spring aud Hummer Stock Weeutered the market to signalize th coming season tv a stock whic i in its magnitude should mark hii event iu the history of all openings We have succeeded beyond our expectation The goods are now coming in and are being placed on the shelves We can now show you the largest selection of NOVELTIES IN Remember that Pope is a practical workman in his line and does not have to employ any high priced men to make his wares he makes them himself and saves his customers at least 25 per cent Dont yon see CALL AND SEE HIM ILj AIDTIES FINE IMPORTED NEXT DOOR TO A POST - OFFICE Utica physician has te bear the It is sometimes said that the branches banter oi his medical friends on ao of very old trees are properly speaking count of a natural mistake that bo roots and that if planted upside down made recently A patient called to be would flourish Herr Kny a German treated for a severe cold He described botanist has recently investigated the his troubles at length and the doctor matter by planting vines and ivy with advised bim to go home and soak his both ends in the ground and subse- feet in hot water That will do no quently cutting them at the arch The good was the reply of the sick man experiments were fairly successful How is that asked the doctor a though not in every instance and Herr little put out My legs are cork Kny intends to continue them with Bald he with a smile The doctor did other plants and trees such as willow not fail to appreciate the force of the poplars and rosea A rill IS OF imroRMATIOX The Old Faahinncd Remedy rjneleas DRESS GOODS -- PowersHagan NEW FIRM SUCCESSORS TO C In all styles prices aud grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever kuown We would call special attention and reuommeud them lo the trade Our line of LADIES 3 SHOES in all styles made especially for us by Zeiuler Bros Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a 2 and 2 50 LADIES SHOE we have added to ibis line which for style and durability has no equah We have the largest stock of shoes E SMITH MENS AND BOYS SHOES Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to 7 This is the best line you can get auy where Give us a flail before buying elsewhere and be convinced We would also make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES CHILDBENS AND INFANTS 8HOES iu great abundance aud your interests will be guarded iu buying them from us Our stock of Goner Main ui first Streets JR J S HAGAN RICHMOND KY A Succeesors to Hagan VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK OF reply IS DRUGS AND- - Chenault Second Street next to old Garnett House NEW GROCERIES LOW PRICES CAREFUL ATTENTION AND THE Are the prettiest ever saw and be sst lotted this is the place LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS jou are If yoa not ready to buy call and examine An immense stock of ontr explained We all concluded that be the dealer Usui iu what be got Yes he went down three times into his pantaloons pocket after we got back to Rochester sad aet up the drinks with the proviso that we should keep still about it 1 have kept the secret for twenty five years but the thing has worn on me We didnt pet him out fearfully A A candle has recently been brought out which extinguishes itself after it ha bunted for an hour This is done by a tiny extinguisher of tin which U ftstod In the wax by wire and which mmuj performs its task Jt it oaly thU dimJnuU its work it done and rrrtli tafihii lM atUo fT it I ready to bora In two respects Greece stands at the bead of all European nation via the number of her clergy and the cumber of her bUicides According to the latest ecclesiastical statistics there are no less than 5609 orthodox priests the number of inhabitants of the whole kingdom be- Â¬ ing 2000000 thus making one priest for every 400 During the unimer months of the past year the suicides in Athens alone amounted to five daily Since the colder months this number has decreased to two per diem Professor von Bergmann of Berlin is reported to have performed a wonderful surgical operation Two patients were ultneouy brought to him for oiier aton OM requiring aiupuUuion ot the thign the niP Jomt- - tl0 a portion of the humeri remove on ac count of the bone being dis Â¬ eased The first opsratma w the amputation and then ta pro ceeded to excise the diaaret smslba of the humerus This made a tS h the bone but a piece of the thigh bone was taken from the limb which had juet been amputated and fitted in the gap by which the continuitr of tk h as completely restored Perfect anion took place aud the Â¬ Â¬ Work Shoes Brograns and Plow Shoes In fact we have made untrriug efforts in every line ot our Shoe Department and we think be climax has been capped The bapreme Test Mrs Bonbine just awakened Oeorgc my dear do you love me at much as you did when we were first married Mr Bonbine Why certainly m darling Well then hustle out and start a fire In the kitchen NOW TAKING PLACE CHEMICALS Â¬ BEST GOODS uiur wtthausenjl Mercurial Poison Mercury is frequently injudiciously used by quack doctors In dues of uialana aud blood polnon Jt after effect Is worse than the orig Â¬ inal dtkeaae B B B Botanic Blood Balm contains no mercury but will eliminate mercurial poison from the system Write to Blood Balm Co Atlanta Os for book of convincing proof of iu curative virtue A F Britton Jackson Tens writes 1 caught malaria In Louisiana and when t lie fever at last broke ray system was saturated with poison and I had sores In my month and knotxou my tongue I got two bottles B B B which healed my toneneand mouth and made a new rnau of roe Wm Richmond Atlanta la writes My wife could hardly nee Doctors called It syphilitic Iritis Her eyes were in adeadful condition Her appetite failed Hhe bad pain iu her joint aud bones Her kidneys were deranged alio and no one thought she could be cured Dr Oillam recommended B B B which she used until her health wus entirely restored K P B Jones Atlanta O writes I was troub j with copper colored eruptions loss of appetite palu in the back aehlug Joints debility emaciation loss of hair sore throat and great nerrossnea B B B put vayun lew la fiuecondmou ii ei Everybody bvited to Come and See Tksm g Compounded at all hours by an experienced PHARMACIST and Consisting of Stetsons Soft and Spring 8tyles of KNOX Stiff HaN hv out of the finest Drugs the markGive us a trial See what style columns of New All we recently beeu received they are daodies ets afford want is for you to come and see us York papers say about Ihem In addition to the above named goods which we havot space to mention only briefly yoa can get Laundred Unlaundred for we know youll and Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Socks PRESCRIPTIONS The Markets Mori OUR HAT STOCK IS COMPLETE iu profusion SCHOOL BOOHS A Specialty THE FINEST LINE OF Come Again Handkerchiefs Umbrellaa Neckwear Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention We now Bid yon Come and See onr Attractive Goods Attractive prices has tell their own tal Attractive H J STRENG Stationery IN THE Come CITY- - an See Us We have the goods and the prices bargain bound to please every buyer square deal for all You have the money You want the goods and we want the money It is easy to make a trade when both parties are willing nfrin treatment -- -- a smile and a THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE WALLACE SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE POWERS 39 HaGN 39 JEJSEagan 42- - i DUuuOj -- M RICE