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system of contagious l A entirely Where the people moot JQ 30QQ Gaily F xpance UU in fcw Features and terror as she canffht sight of a story might have had a different end Â¬ blood poisor of the very worst type And hurriedly greet Wm S Loohis Sareveport La A TTORXE T A TLA It stranger bearing an inanimate form in ing They talk of gold 1 they talk at all Â¬ Oeneral Maclntyre and his party went Kentucky his arms I ot the yellow gold and Its rise and tall Richmond YEAR ONLY tifcL My niece has perished in this terri Â¬ on day to examine a hole or crevice Tis the magnet strong CjrE3 SCROFULA EVEN oc-under a rock where it was suspected a sama as formerly ble storm I tried my best to keep her Offlr Which hurries along MONSTSR TRAILS N ITS WORST FORMS JO SPECIAL GARS 16- ri iliu r ssssZ sn 71 but she would go for the medicine She python lay hidden and sure enough it The feverish throng el Toward the destined mart where fraud and art is very fond of little Benny and could was there for they oould see a bit of IT WELL NEVER JS1ER CKM6BIM And all things evil enact their part not bear to soe him suffer It was like tho tail end protruding from the hole T had scaoroLA ka 1PM and cleansed my system enl alone at first thinking that i it by taking seven A TTORXE T A T LA II her to risk her lifo so bravely and They lot it Tl9 the nations king 20 Train iPcnies bottles ot S i ive not had any symp- Â¬ Giant Horse HOR3E3 And the people bring heroically But oh I can never for Â¬ when tho sun shone it might come forthÂ¬ toms since Wi Kentickv To this impious thing to bask in its warmth In this howSpartanburg S C give myself All the homage due to that God alone Jack strode past the weeping woman ever they wore disappointed for on the Who will try each heart on His Jndgmenl ihI sireel H following day tho snake was not to be and laid his burden on the ehintz-ccv-ore-d throne HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF seen But on closer examination the lounge CASES OF SKIN CANCER Tis the test ot worth DENTAL MRliKRY Bring restoratives he cried Quick tail was found sticking out as before And the coarsest earth BIGGER TlS EVER aYTIMS MEW Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Various efforts wore made to dislodge it woman every moment is precious Of plebeiaii birth free Swift Snciric Co Atlanta Ga smoke Grows fine and precious when gold transforms y vm With his own bands he removed tho A fire was lit in front and the r MftiTPrrrm TTTTr Jjlv A WILKES SMITH The vulgar rich into flaunting worms fanned Inward but this had no effect uri ritinrtitTmo 11111 r snow covered hood Take no shoes unless rauRDiiitt SURGE OX VEXTAL v The earth was even scraped away and CAUTION W L Douglas name and As ho looked down upon the white Conscience and truth Drlce are Mlmsed on the Kentucky Rkhmonh Beauty and youth upturned face his own grew ghastly the hole widened when they could see bottom If the dealer cannot supply yon ITS LIKE NEVtH SEEa Een life forsooth pale and he reeled itko a drunken man the coils of tho monster as thick as a send direct to factory enclosing advertised Offtoe Smltli Hull ling Mam Street Office pn All fall a prey to thU god of power asWBaaw M law lo 100 1 U mans thigh but exoopt that their oper Â¬ Lillian 3- And wo forfeit Heaven for Mammons flows r limited to itentlMryations were occasionally Interrupted by The word broke from him In a half Its glamor lies convulsive sob of anguish No wonder the startling presence of the creatures C MORGAN D D S On the maidens eyes that voice had sounded startllngly fa- Â¬ head which It occasionally poked to- Â¬ Who barters the prise RICI1MOXD KEXTUCKT miliar It was the girl he ardently ward the entrance darting out Its lit- Â¬ Of a priceless heart for its trappings Tata And blaokons her soul with perjurys tain loved but had nevor expected to see tle forked tongue it gave small signs Almont They had even de- Â¬ of animation again 9 ft aa L Offin Main Street over Madison National Corruptible gold CJ Sg We all Belmont 3- I What did it all mean He had be Â¬ termined to try to draw It Bank The ulcerous sore lieved she was thousands of miles away three therefore proceeded somewhat In the hearts foul core sr H 5 Onward y EL B Y W BURGIN own to lay Thou coverest oer I most He snatched tho restoratives Mrs nervously ff s gZ itiihw I Vatican jaBfijS And the leprous spots show white and fair o West brought and thrust into her hand hold of its tail To this familiarity it D EXT I ST When they fleck the breast ot the miUtooalra B 5 Abdalbrino the little package Lillian had run such a showed its objection by a decided inKentucky Rkhmond - Wo hear thy tone s clination to wag its caudal extremity frightful risk to procure R Idol 8 8 J In the widows moan r lslnce lry Goods Wore on Look to your littlo one I will do which had such an electrical effect on And the orphans groan formerly occupied by Dr Kes-5- 7 Bud Crooke our nerves that we dropped it like a hot 5 And the plaint of the poor In the last groat what Is necessary here o1 SThe woman gave him a long search- Â¬ potato and what shall I call it re- Â¬ day 8 Yazoo A shot would in all probability Shall witness the curse of thy murderous sway ing look and passed on to an inner room1 tired W UKEEL D D S cm 1 g Jack pressed a passionato kiss upon have Induced the snake to quit its replea In the lawyers g K1RKSV1LLE KEXTUCKT Vandal CZ Lillians unanswerlnjr lips then with a fuge but then the shot must havo torn Tis plain to sen C 2 3 That the yellow tee E inrious gesture of solf restraint began and disfigured its beautiful skin which k Is mightier far than the righteous cause Everything Hnnell residence tho General wished to secure uninjured FOR rubbing her cold hands and temples 23 S5r3S8 ffi 17 And for gold he mangles the sacred laws riiiiuing t t ic profession i GENTLEMEN And other good Stallions represented 5 re 2 It seemed an ago before there came a as a specimen In the meantime more Fine Calf Laced Grain and Cree 2 fi 8 Ron In the gorgeous fane faint fluttering breath and her bigbluo efficient tools for digging had been sent moor Waterproof physicians We note with pain for and these now arrived borne upon Best In the world Kismlnit his eyes stared bewilderingly up to Mm SUM GEN1TINK HASD SKWHl MIOB Thy rampant reign I I thought you were Jack For Catalogues apply to she an elephant 400 HAND SEWKD WFIT nllOE Where the purse proud man and the Pharisee R J M FOYNTZ a3no POLICE AND FARMERS SHOE A bright idea now struck the party whispered dreamilv pushing the dis And the surpllced priest all worship thee mtOO EXTKA VALtK CALF MIOE 43 4i RICHMOND KENTUCKY Bl 23S m l WORKINOM I VS SHOES they might draw the snake out with the heveled hair back from her face Hcati PH V SI CI A X A XD S I ROE ON 20O and ai75 BOYS SCHOOL PHOKS 2lLnJ Cold gold gold Mynu Sufficient rope for the pur So I am But I can not understand elephant All mule la Congress Button and Lace Everywhere gold I Aerial Kentixky Richmond pose was loosened from tne eiepnant 9 your being here Lillian We are bought and sold uTo0eV rs Balancing And If half were told She sat up and suddenly put her hand pad and this rope about the thickness 17S 8HOE FOR MISSES Street next to Whiles Drug Uaaters Of the monstrous crimes which are wrought by to her forehead of a mans thumb was hitched around Delightful Mane 3- Acti Best Material Best Style Beat Fitting gold OiuOt w rtid ur Graceful length W I Douglas Brockton Mass Sold hy I remember all now sho said at the pythons tail its remaining T The brain would reel and the blood ran cold U ntviim W EVANS M D length I had sunk down exhausted brought up again to the pad and fastÂ¬ CI WT3 Adelaide Trowbridge in N Y Ledger Iu itortaea Ouplas ened there thus doubling its strength In the snow A stupor was creeping JlnSlCJAX AXD SURGEOX A sudden ver me I knew it meant death But Now came the fORlAIT A FCnNMLE FFJrltli H i CIV FUS 5hil1REa i m THE TWELFTH OF MABCH I did not seem to caro Then you came jerk might have torn the skin the rwENTlXKY Rkiimund lltlrHiACTsoT nil J scnt lillAU acts suit AlHu acts own I knew you the Instant you spoke Your mahout was therefore warned to put on we L1UPUTIAU EREjl AtlON C THE Second St root Why Two Hearts Bless tho Bliz- Â¬ presence gave mo fresh courage and the strain gradually Little did cusstrength I rose and struggled on again know what a tough and obstinate zard of That Date TAYLOR RT until I oould go no f nrthor And now 1 tomer we had to deal with Tighter and tighter grew tho ropes when am safe thanks to you nalloo Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Still tho crack went one of them Jack looked down at her with a DEALKKS IN- V V o Drlvpn hv Staggering through the deep drifts an 1 f t io--r-Kentucky Richmond snow Jack Fclton had strange light in his eyes and his breast streln was increased when crack and blinding BTJI 2 and 4 UOIt3t5 CH 31 D the other had snapped also leaving the suddenly stumbled upon a dark figure heaving BTANPTNO RAlf t ELEFH E3 Lillian dont keep me in suspense reel over Dykes Grocery snake In statu quo 0 PLAT RASES JOCK TT RACr3 standing motionless in the deserted MULE A WHEELBARROW RoSd was finally dislodged by you owe me an explanation I I thought The snake street MAN RACE3 BTE ehartre and OUST 8ACK R JOHN M FOSTER It was tho evening of the 12th of you were in Europe traveling with your counter miningWhenkilled with a it was I R C38 RUN v PEDEHTRA measured of buckshot March 1888 a date made memorable by husband CLIMEi 3 riH J BSiJ POT 5 I am not married she answered with found to be twenty one feet in length PUrSICIAX AXDSCRGEOX WliESTLIS Jr aiil IGHT3 ilSd BOUTS THRCW the Oroat BUzxard which raged with a vivid blush and about two feet in girth unprecedented violence throughout Now AND Kentickv The young man leaned nearer He England i Ktrwet n xt door to Iuxons THE SUPREME SERVICE Tho sidewalks were impassable and trembled with excitement his breath White Ne II ear Main Bad BeiiE il of Giraffes Jack warmly wrapped in a sealskin ame and went quickly Oar Chief Concern Onght to Be to Live be uaa Rumor said you were engaged to ---coat with a fur cap pulled down oyer Deeply Richly and Nobly VW-e SI V Ml 111 M D years ago and Richard bis eyes was struggling desperately would go Vose three your One of the heresies which mislead us 111 abroad on honeymoon through the drifted snow taking the is the belief that we are useful only when IlirSICIAX AND SURGEOX trip I never heard it contradicted middle of the street wo are actually doing something with LI PS Ti Lillian seemed to struggle with her our hands and feet Tho word doing says Kentucky FOR THE- His progress being Impeded for a moÂ¬ self a moment as if there were some- Â¬ ment by a higher mound than usual he frfbesoflud tho Christian Union is underscored in DEALER IS services to the pub- had been surprised to see tho vaguo out- Â¬ thing she wanted to say and could not almost every mans practical philosophy the lines of a human figure five or six feet AndMr courage propose to me life the word being is generally Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver aud Vose did she of i away No wise M LETCHER In small whispered faltsringly but I refused written underateoharaoters Tak- Â¬ Hello he cried cheerfully man will the importance of Flated ware etc Special him PUrSICIAX AXD SURGEON ing a rest activity because every suoh man unWhy re-Â¬ Some murmured words came In 12Kmli- derstands that there oan be no real life Kentixky attention giveu to Because I loved another better 0 which does not bear fruitage But the It is wiili extreme gratilicatioii that we anuoonee the opeuing of our Spring sponse but they were drowned by the Do you mean me darling frightful roaring of the storm tree does not live consciously for the and Summer Htoc k Weeptered the market to signalize Ihe coining season by No need to record the answer - itli Huildiug Malu Rtreet 28- When DIAMONDS 300 LTorb i Never saw any thing like Ul a stock which in its maguilude should mark an event iu the hi tory of all gasped recovering his breath with JackÂ¬ Mrs West peeped out from the sick- Â¬ sake of bearing frdit the fruit is the diffoverflow of its vitality We ought to 1 W BRIGHT M openings We have succeeded beyond our expectations I was mad to leave the down- Â¬ room a moment later the big blonde live In the same fashion Our chief con- AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES iculty 2 AND V PERFO pursrciAN AXD SURGEON The goods are now coming in and are being placed on the shelves We can town hotel But I thought it would be strangor sat on the lounge with his arm cern ought to be to live deeply richly xz-i c Hanged if I find any en Â¬ about her nieces waist Kentucky now show you the largest selection of glorious fun A romance of the blizzard she said and nobly and then activity will take joyment in an experience like this No one can make the I suspect there care of Itself to herself smilingly Whew what a wind And Im though were many others Rett Wlnwood in word being full of depth and meaning Promptly done aud in a workmanlike in tho snow up to my arm pits No ono without also giving new depth and mIv Boston Ulobe maimer could live exposed long to such a storm meaning to the word doing To bo great Silence The snow covered figure Implies tho doing of great things but Feedlag Pigs C SL BOLTON prices and tades ever brought to this market cheaper than were never stirred Iu all styles In pig feeding there are many things no man becomes great by any activity Cash Paid for Old Geld and Silver Homeopathic Physician and Surneon ever known We would call special attention and recommend them to the You must be tired out stranger 18 and 20 North Upper Street Opposite Court House to consider says Mr Bebout The foods outside of himself he is first of all Kentucky trade Our line of LADIES 3 SHOES in all styles made especially forus by Jack said compassionately wriggling which are used for the purpose are nu-Â¬ great In himself and his activity is Richmond Dont forget the place uext door office Richmond Ky through the white mound Im a in BnuhtR Hours mf ov r II M kj n iii Special attention Zeiglek Bros Philadelphia Abo recognizing the wauls and demands of the his wayand hearty Ill push ahead and merous and gToodmany sonaes ot the word simplyfirst revelationof ofushis greatness to the Post concern all Is to be but in order to obtain The extremely 30- people for a 2 nd 2 50 LADIES SHOE we have added to this line which strong of women huiI all dim- ise break a path We had better make for remunerative and rapid results a feeder noble The idea that activity is the k laiiciiu treaied at a dia-- for style aud durability has iio equal We have the largest stock of the nearest shelter of usefulness con Â¬ should make himself acquainted with only measure Hoameaamtaie meJiiinus sent to The sentence ended in a sharp cry of their constituents and tho relative quan stantly misleads superficial people For the second time this season we am now Banking the gran ty of amazement titH required for the purpose of sus- Â¬ who are continually doing things special designs in Paris Dress Novelties ever showu iu Omti liS JENNINGS k GIBSON Good Lord if It isnt a woman taining the animals for maintaining with very little thought and very little Physicians and Surgeons Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to7 This is the best linesou Why you poor little thing what has their growth and putting on proper pro Â¬ spiritual force into the belief that they buyiug elsewhere and le convinced driven you abroad in a blizzard like portions of fat Thero are certain are attaining great spiritual growth Pari and In all the new coloring now so popular with fashionable people Kentixky can get auj where Jive us a call beforeour M ENS 3 SHOES CHILDRENS thisr Richmond foods admirable In their way and when while on the other hand it constantly We wuld alo make social mention of London PATTERN SUITS raqaMag in rich shading and no two alike These And Jack stared in breathless bewil Â¬ given judiciously are useful to pigs but misleads people who have small strength are the very latest European Combination aud cauuot be fouud elsewhere nm Kictb AND INFANTS SHOES in great abundance aud your interests will be derment at the small cloaked and hooded which without the addition of other or small opportunities and who oan do Mam fctreet over Wallace 51 50 guarded iu buying them from us Our stock of figure about which tho piercing wind substances would not only fail to inÂ¬ but little with their hands and feet into PRINTED INDIA SIL PLAIN AND FIGURED CHINA SILKS whirled the tailing snow crease their weight however large the tho belief that they are of very little use BLACK AXD COLORED FAILLE FRANCAHE AlLTZ My little cousin was taken suddenly quantity given but would prove In- Â¬ In life The real measure of greatness BLACK AND COLORED 1KAU DE SOIE PU Y SI CI A X A XD S I RGEON 111 came the answer in t sv let voice sufficient to maintain a healthy condi- Â¬ Is always an inward and spiritual meas- Â¬ H o COLORED AND BLACK SLRAH SILK- BLACK VENETIAN SILKS I had to go to tion saw If you are not ready to buy call and exam ne that thrilled his heart however milk ure It is a teat which can not be Almost all kinds Kentucky Are the prettiest ou ever Richmond was perhaps excepted lack some important evaded which dissipates false standards Heuriettas in every shade now the druggists for medicine There Colored Dress Oooi Is in endless varietie aud be satisfied this is the place An immense stock of Offla Miln street Burnam robody to send and Benny would have elements in their composition made Serge Whip Cords Broad Cloths Mohair and Brilliant For and conventions like the mist and gets aolt iiidini up stairs died before morning illustration use corn and water alone at the very heart of character The You might have in a short time tho pig would become greatest service which any of us can renWhat madness JM BLACK perished Where do you live costive feverish skin dry and appetite der to our follows is first and foremost We cant be far from the house I bod to be so evidently strong earnest and The most complete in all the New Weave of Lupins Famous Fal i l we have made untiring efforts iu every Hue of our Shoe Department In fact I was so exhausted I had to rest a mo- Â¬ P II V SI CI AX AXD SURGEOX oheerful that the discouraged take a new Silk Warp Henriettas have uo equal DRAPERY NEW are more Ridding the Eyes of Cinders aud we think the climax has been capped ment You will see a light in the win- Â¬ Â¬ this season than ever before We have the largest variety losesrei fr There are very simplo ways of getting lease of hope from us the doubtful sedow My aunt will be watching for 25 Km House Kv house in the city JOUVINS GENUINE KID GLOVES 4 to 24 foreign substances out of the eye A cure a new vision of faith and those mo length all new and fashionable colors for tliisseasou The Mothers Frieuti glass of water is filled to the brim in who have fallen a new Impulse to get You have the medicine aud Star Shirt Waists for Boys aud Gills the besi ever made should be immersed until on their feet again It Is of infinitely which the eye Yes more importance to day to pour a new S c TVT A TC TTXTTS- Secial attention given to Street Tiood Keep up a brave heart We the object floats out The upper lid tide of victorious faith and hope and placed over the lower is a remedy wide- Â¬ Bridal Ojttit and will get it to Benny yet strength into the souls of men than to Consisting of KtktsonS Soft and Spring Styles of KNOX Stiff Hats have In a twinkling Jack Felton had thrown ly known As good a ono as any andÂ¬ do any thing anywhere Besides this See what style columns of New off his warm furred great overcoat and accessible wherever flax seed can be ob- supreme service of feeding the spiritual recently beeu ieceived they are dandies Is to place a grain of flax seed 42 50 LEXINGTON KENTtCKY In addition to the above named goods which wrapped it about the girls shivering tained the lower lid and close tho lids life of the world all doing however York papers say about them under m figure Is comparatively insignifi Â¬ we havnl fpace to mention only briefly you can get Laundred Unlaundred The seed becomes surrounded by a thiok magnificent greatest Now keep close behind me he said cant The servants of human Â¬ aud Woolen Bfcirte Collars Cufla Socks Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear clasping her slender gloved hand I mucilage which entraps the foreign ity are those who hy embodying a no-Â¬ THE FINEST ON EARTH body and soon carries it ou t from the profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous ic meulicn in will take care of you ble ideal of lite constantly reinforce the S Lasssw It was a desperate struggle For all angle of the eye The Cincinnati Hamilton A Dayton faith of those who are feebler In the pos- Â¬ Goods We now Bid you Come and See our Attract his sturdy strength Jack made slow R R is the only line running Pull c t hour Million Miles of Blooa sibility of such a life reconcile them to 55 w progress through the hnge drifts But mans BURNAM The mathematical fiend has recently the hard conditions of their own exist Â¬ 1 j Trains Perfected Safety Vestibuled with Chair Parlor Sleeping gjtf Aitractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapnessa Attractive his big generous heart was beating been at work upon a calculation of the ence and inspire them with a faith and Dining Car service between Cinuq uimm tmver Attractive treat ment smile and a strangely work performed by tho human heart which of themselves they oould not cinnati Indianapolis and Chicago and Mingled with the satisfaction of being Bis oalcula tionK are curious and give the achieve Hobbles like the above to be had at for M is theOuly Line running Through Re- Tho Oldest and Strongest of service to a helpless fellow creature work ot the heart in miles sad beats It clining hair Cars between Cincinnati Companies was another feeling that thrilled and is based upon tho presumption that tho The Importance of Marriage W C G0RMLEY COS Keokuk and Springfield Illinois quickened every pulse Â¬ Dent rush into matrimony girls Re heart beats 09 times each minute and NORTH AMKBia Something in the girls voice had reÂ¬ throws blood nine foot Computed thus main siagle until yon are well in tho Only Line And I minded him of Lillian Verte Sweet tho mileage of the blood through the tweasjes when body and mind are alike ELD Between Cincinnati Dayton Lima Lillian Verne the ote lore o his life body might bo taken as 907 yards per well developed You can not overesti Â¬ VECTRTT atC S Toledo Detroit the Lake Regions and from whom he had been cruelly parted minute 7 miles per hour 168 miles per mate the importance of a thorough Canada PENNSYLVANIA That was three years before He had day 61820 miles per year or 4aw400 knowledge of the man whom you desire The road is one of the oldest in the schooled himself to think of her with Â¬ miles a life time of 70 years to marry Uprightness fixedness of prin- Â¬ i NIAGARA State of Ohio and the only line enter- Â¬ out bitterness as another mans wife ciple an unselfish and generous dispo Â¬ ing Cincinnati over twenty five mile 44- GERMANIA RICE SDCCESSORS TO WALLACE Proof by Flowers But it made the blood leap in his veins sition with good business abilities w of double tracX aud from iu past record 1 If every human being in the Ameri- Â¬ should be regarded as indispensable If ioNbear the sweet musical tones so can more than assure its patrons speed Ml can continent were to be taken out of a young man is a good son and brother o2 strangely like Lillians comfort and safety every few minutes to existence said the late Prof Asa Gray They paused Tickets on sale everywhere and see ROCK he will make a kind husband provided that they read C H A D either iu or and the whole work of his hands were you do your pari Do not be won by take breath and Jacks companion out of Ciuciunttti Indianapolis or would crouch down silently into the sioared away so that no trace remained trifles Dont forget our office Is at t be o Mccormick Toledo subsequent historians could prove that snow with averted face Palace Stlamers Lo Rates General Passenger aud Ticket Agent Farmers National Bank look the Cauoassian race existed by the flow- Â¬ I wonder if she has the least The rattlesnake does not shrink from Tsar Tr r ur Wak Brtwwa 4J 41 Two Story Frame Residence like Lillian he said to himself peering ers that would be found growing here BURNAM langor lie simply -- ocoiis HUME DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Debts due McKee fc Traynor for curiously through the whirling snow in -- ciiw OaMbervcar NEW BUGGIES the services of stallions serving mates a vain attempt to make out a aihglo St Cljur jfcJK houM Xmuu City in 1887 1888 18S9 and 1890 mast be As AgcnU forT E Urmston we will feature N B Tobacco Barns C Tvtrw Wook Dj Between paid to Owen KcKee All mares U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 NEW PHJET0NS Her long hair had become unfastened Highest of all in Leavening Power and Milling r DETROiT AND CLEVELAND farmed In 1889 by McKee A Traynor 15 18S0 On THURSDAY Kay and streamed upon the wind having colts living at weaning time 1 32 BAH Suddenly she lurched forward with a NEW CARRIAGES will be peid for by Owen McKee Our I JTT9 At oclock P Msell his two story rrame half articulate moan and her small owner of the colts April 14 1890 residence on Smith Ballard Street This bead rested motionless against the dead Â¬ 44- OWEN McKEE NEW SURRIES I have a few lots on Fifth Street is one of the best located and best aply coldness of the enow ready for sale These lots are besui pointed residences in tho cin The house Poor little thing She has fainted fully located on high and gently roll is new and in perfect order contains 7 NEW SULKIES and no wonder I from exhaustion ing ground and are considered by ev S S Parkes Trustee of L E Frincis rooms hall above and hall below bath Jack exclaimed lifting the senseless erybody as being the best located ot vs room good cellar and splendid cistern - residences figure tenderly in his arms any in tb L E Francis There is also a good stable and carriage Wool Wasted My vehicles are all new and of ttie This house must Persons who wialj to build nice homes Just then a halo of pale light glim Â¬ house on the premise There will be an election of the offl All pers They are for sale mered through the darkness Rightly a and examined to be fully appro very latest patterns cers of Kirksvlile aud Kentucky River will do well to examine these Francis on the most reasonable terms If ycu eoaeluaiag this was the beacon to which owing et at proven aiv ciated We will take Turnpike Company on Saturday May will ouly place a fc inspect want a vehicle come and see me and reference had been made he struggled present I 3rd 1890 at J B Walker M A Bro want tlte propert to pu Arnold Bros at Dr PoynizsofQos I of the ground nee on or before you wont ft home without oue LT BROOKS it C C CH Rid M A N toward it with his precious burden Store 5- JOHN DONELSON Real Eitate Agents 45- 40- U4 m I Jaaaaw Highest Market Price 40 4S Presided - Th front of the house was halt T 8 BRONSTON- - BURNAM A TTORXE tS- - A TLA K Kentucky Richmond ft E r MAXISOV OOTTIXTTY y IIIYW COMBINATION SAL Everywhere gold I Mens hearts are sold And wedded to goA And tbpy tighten the links ot their larud chains And trroedlly gloat oer their sordid gaina RICHMOND EEEI on FRIDAY q OiC SHQV TO Fair CSHrcDixncis 4 mmj97ZZ3E sr and jTsg Bl I x THIS v 3- JOH ROBIiMt -- Ws ctjvj vciv 150 -rJ-r- JSEIH Richmond Ky J THURSDAY -- MAY1 fl yg r 5ii llf is v 3iXuETEAJlEDDCmTS - kjll i iJ I 1 I s 1 c - Â¬ J fI J I 1 x - Wilkes p Hylas Â¬ s j Wilkes Pretender 1 F -- 3 7 W L DOUCLAS 3 SHOE r F M B AR BUCKLE J Great Boom Announcement AT 3 2 SHOES JACK FREEMAN ireick 1 1 rt -- J AYALLACE -- BOGGS Â¬ A D RUFF rI7 OIMINnT f HINIATUPE SHETLAND POMIES Jorkoyi Chidr UAti - frk J i Jl BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS tr m FURNISHING GOODS 3MiwTi 1500 RA Et mk 22113 ALS e- llTCIIUEltJEIEUR PUEBLO li STL D YTEST 1 SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON - l53 PETTING Â¬ 2 3- Ji XjJTDHES shoes REPAIRI1MG Berkley Guthrie Watson LEXINGTON KENTTJCKY I MENS AND BOYS SHOES xiESEcJia sxjiTiPsjcst s AE LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS Work Shoes Brograns and t i jR Plow Shoes Â¬ rSK Pa BLACK JDDELiaSS C3 OOJDS WATSON OUR HAT STOCK IS COMPLETE ig asssa BERKLEY GUTHRIE INSURANCE HUME ri h r 1 j THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE WALLACE AwTt the Direct irTO Summer Tours a k m G IO I l TTl e2 LJ r MACKNAC For Sale Fine Carriages BOTTOM RATES Important ITotice e t k City Lots fbrSale Â¬ llEl M 1 -- Ih lilMrFWOOL C ABSOLUTELY PURE sm Sasfti Baking Powder Notice to Creditors ELECTION NOTICE jgfffer W SffrgV TffPrT- - fPfaf MKfSssalsssssstMi flatWrsaaaanai ZM Pmi pBP THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON LISHEil EN V - Editor tit KlVKSDAV BY ThG Climax Printing Co Wm G Whit e Chas S Powell rnit K PBB KAR il50 VMmAVi 1KMKIJATR 01 April 30 1390 TV CONVENTION iercd that the Democrats of isaa county meet at the Court se hi Kichmond Ky on Saturday May 17 1890 at 2 oclock Convention lor tlie purpose of selecting delegates to attend the State Convention to be held in Louiville Kyon May 27 nominate a Democratic candidate for Clerk of Court of Appeal and also for the purpose for the selection ot taking Democratic candidate for Conven- Â¬ PlLtMMi This A pi 390 C D ClIENAlIT Chairman DCO -- Many Democrats at Fort Estill want Judjre John D ioodloe to go to the Constitutional Convention Â¬ Chairman leyton of the County Committee publishes a call in to- max for a mass conven FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS tion of Prohibitionists at the Court Klrt Sesalna House next Monday Washington Apnl 21 to Impose a members of the Convention would bounds of Woodford County common schoolstax in on dogs for the benefit ot oppose any change whatever in Shelby Anderson Barren Madison Webster Simpson the present Constitution and there Muhlenburg Green Taylor Lewis authorize and Warren Counties to are Republicans precisely like Woodford of commissioners or court of levy and the board of Marin Johnson Floyd Pike Law them There are Democrats and claims Boyd Letcher and Knott Counties to ap rence inRepublicans alike who would ply the oountv tax on any railroad built Into or sert a Prohibition clause and oth- through said counties in payment cf expendi tures for right of v ay to incorporate the Cat ers who would favor a Womans lettaburg Street Railway Company Fbankfokt April 33 Although rather late Rights clause so far as the ConIn tbe session the following new bills were Institution of the United States troduced in the House to day To incorporate would permit Just what some the Carthage Cemetery Company in Campbell Travel County Incorporating Democrats and some Republicans ers Benevolent Societythe Commercial Incorpo of America rating the Farmers Bank of Maysllck Ky rewould not favor or oppose would quiring several counties of this State to pay 816 be an endless task to enumerate of the cost of keeping pauper idiots lc their re To find a candidate to suit every- spective cuunties to provide for the construc County by in tion of a body in one party or the other the cities public highway andKenton and the of Covington Ludlow town of West Covington at the cost of said mu would be impossible For a canthe charter of the village didate to announce definitely all nlcipalitles to amendCampbell County giving of Cote Brillante in power to build new streets that he might favor in the Con- the trusteesIssue bonds to pay for same andand to alleys and vention would be another imposIssue bonds to amount of 83000 to pay for a sys sibility for no one mind however tem of water works for the benefit of nil per sons residing inside the corporation of the fertile and massive can precontown of Florence liable to work on the public ceive the ideas that more than a roads in Boone County providing that they half mile hundred men will advance when shall not work more than athe generalfrom said statutes town The bill amending so that attorneys shall have a lien for fees brought together was Then let the voter decide what in cases of compromise before judgment passed he wants and select the candidate Frankfort AprlK Senate The general bill tor the suppression of lotteries the who nearest approaches those lottery tickets the publication of lottery sale ol adver wants r For the average voter tisements and the sale of any publication con taining a lottery advertisement passed that would be still another impos- resolution for a joint committee to consider The the sibility When did the average propriety of Icgslatlon looking to a suitable of the Mates resources at voter read the Constitution and representation was adopted House bills for the Worlds Fair the what would he know about much regulation of street cars in Covington and amending the charter of the Soulh Covington of it if he were to read it But and Cincinnati Street Railway Company wore there are a few certain questions rejected at the instance of Senator GoebeL A property for all bill passed defining he can decide upon while thede jiurjKjses the shares as personal slock in ull cor of capital tails will have to be left to the in- porations including railroads Mr Breckin ridges reinforcement of the Slate telligence of the Convention Those Guard bill for thecompanies of cavalry princi with two questions we shall notice hereafter pally tor service in the outlaw districts pnssedÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was strong enough to stand tBs cobblestone-like blocks tnat oame out of the slry Charles street wloiowf looked as If they had been on a bitile fleld and in the houses on Mt Vrnoa Place the damage was very considerable and tho alarm was intense In the Annex the rain wind and hall did even more severe damage than in the city Walls were swept down houees unroofed glass smashed and other damage done TUE W0BK OF THE PAX AMERICAN CONFERENCE Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Marshall Texas has raised about 375 for tbe Confederate home at Austin The Presbyterians Methodists and Catholics will build churchee at Glas- Â¬ gow Virginia It is said that Victor Maurel the great tenor is under engagement to come to America The job printing office of W W Pike on Front street Cincinnati was burned a few days ago It will be remembered that when the reiwllion broke out Mr Pike was conducting the Kentucky Flag here in Paris and being a warm Southern sympathiser bis paper was suppressed by Federal authority He is a man of indomitable energy and those who know him can predict that Phoenix likehis office Kentuckian will arise from the ashes Citizeu An article of timely interest is Sub by Henry W sidies and Shipping Raymond in Lippincott for May This is a powerful plea for subsidies for our Raymond merchant marine Mr points out that all nations who are leaders in commerce grant subsidies to their shippiug and argues that iu order to compete cuccessfully with foreign nations we must adopt their meth- Â¬ ods This article should be read by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Sentinel advocated a bill ablM lnh license in Shel 1 he churches and barbyville rooms opposed it but it has be come a law and the license has The Senti been lixed ai nel will never regret the act Â¬ McCarty of the Nicholas ville Journal and Mr Trey Woodson of the Owensboro Meenger have been suggeted mate rial for President of the Kentucky at ion There is no better timber Then there is this old fellow Walton down at Stan lord and Mr Green li Keller of Carlisle either of whom might be inveigled into the trap and would fit the place Hut here is Mr Marrs of Lancaster and well a good many more i number of bill wet reported anil introduced Including a resolution to increase the monthly purchase of silver The Senate on motion of Mr Hswley proceeded to consider the House bill to provds for relr iTatlns the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Co lumbus by holding an international exhibition of arts inrtuMncs manufactures and the pro duct of the soil mtne and seam the city of Chl czo in the State of Illinois An amendment for mraHlag i tatue loColumbus was stricken out TIm- nil- ti review ut New York and Hamp ads was retained and the bill passed At in the Senate adjourned MM Mr Iiorser cNeb introduced a joint 1li Secretary of the Treasury be and he is I erebv directed to increase the Treasury aaachaa of silver bullion to the max imum amount authorized by an act 10 author ize the eomaire of the standard silver dolar and to restore its legal tender character which act was passed o r the veto of the President and became a law February - 1R7K Referred On rr eion of Mr Thomas Wis a bill waa passed provvlin that soldiers who lost their limbs durln the late war shall I entitled to receive an artificial limb every three years The pres ent law petmtta him to receive it every five Ilidtr a call of committees the bill to pension prisoners of war waa defeated yeas 143 nays fw not the necessary two thirds At 6 10 p m the House adjourned A i Senate Washington April as -- NEW CHAIR1AX At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee held in Rich mond on lad Saturday Mr C D Cbenault resigned as Chairman having tilled the place a number of years Mr Ti s the County Clerk w to fill the vacancy Mr Thorpe is an rienced politician and will make a good Chairman Â¬ i HDATE HiU ge tlKtHT tLEKK Powell of Speed lounced in to days CUM andidate for Circuit Court Clerk ol Madison county Mr Powell belongs to a larje family who are all Democrats and who alvayi vote but not one of whom has ever held a county ofMr Powell comes from a fice n that hat had little in the lie would make a Mr well Circuit Clerk Tilt MISSISSIPPI PliOBLEM tain Leathers a noted steam boatman is in Washington and nal Com the present great rise in the Mississippi He Washington April Senate A he jetters placed at the mouth passed appropriating It Ci for a statue bill was Jfl toGen iptain Eads have caused the hn Stark at Manchester X H The House bill to transfer the revenue marine from bed of the river to rise md the Treasury to the Navy Department was op natural consequence the water A bill was reported by S Mr Sherman ar to amend the election laws Also a Be rises in proportion revent the product of convict labor be tiss was correct when he said ing used by the Government The land forfeit discussed until 52 p m when afthat -- Cod Almighty turned the ure abill wassecret session the Senate adjourned ter short and didnt put HorsE The Committee on Invalid Pensions reported a bill anybody in control of it Capt hve favorably to the widow o giving a pension of 750 a month General Leathers favors the scheme of P Bueil late Olonel of the Fifteenth George Infantrto cut a canal from y- After unimportant legislation the legis Capt Cowden appropriation and a point on the river ten miles be- lative debate on the ebill was taken upensueda lively vll service item low New Orleans across the coun- Mr Honks motion to strike it out was lost l motion to the try to Lake IJorjzne which has an to 10 A about the increase was pay of certain Capitol laborers made by Mr NY Cummlngs The motion was discussed into the Culf outlet That the Mississippi sadly needs by Messrs XButterworth 0 i Dorsey Neb Splriola Y Perkins Kas Honk McMillin Tenn Moore Tenn NH relief there can be no sort ot doubt Biggs del Ihlback and we know of no man more fa- til the hour of adjournmentNY and others unarrived WAsniNGTON ApnlSS SrNATE The House miliar with the Father of Waters Ind building than Capt Leathers Seven years amendment to the Lafarette from 1100000 to bill reducing the appropriation ao he insisted on our writing for 188800 was non concurred in and a conference House the Courier Journal an article con- asked The for the joint resolution appropriat lLgSlVifiOO Mississippi river sufferers demning the Eads jetters and said was pased The land forfeiture bill and eulo the late G y of Louis the day would come in the near gies onoccupied Representative adjournment at the day until iana pm future when the wisdom of his 480 ONeill Horse VHW6 would be demonstrated by ceedings of Mrmeeting of Pal presented the pro a business men of Phila the increased high waters delphia and a memorial with 1000 signatures and the signatures of the board of trade of that canals in Louisiana cost com- city asking the aid of Congress in the promo paratively Lttle Congress would tion of the building of American ships to trade with foreign ports and to establish direct mail do well to make the appropriation communication with the western coast of ol Â¬ Â¬ mittee his theory resolution for the increase of bullion purehaaes went over Mr Mitchell spoke in favor of the election of Senators by popular vote The Dis trict impropriation bill was considered and passed and after a short secret session at 55S p m adjourned HorsE -- Mr CadwelU 01 member of the Commute on Post offices and Post roads In troduced a bill to day to amend the act approv ed June 5 constituting eight hours a days work for laborers workmen or mechanics em ployed by or on behalf of the Government of the United States by adding a section applying the previsions of the law to all persons employ ed on all work done by Government authority whether done on premises of the Government here A violation of the proposed law is punishable by a fin of not less than 850 nor nan f KiO or thirty days Imprisonment The amendments to the Worlds Fair bill were agreed to and the measure sent to the Presi The legislative appropriation bill waa taken up and considered until o10 p m when the Hoase adjourned Senate A eon UMM April current resolution was adopted In relation to irrigating arid lands in the Rio Grand Valley Mr handier offered a resolution amending the Senate rules to conform to those of the House in certain particulars The report on the bill to provide a temporary Government in Oklahoma was agreed to The bill to erect a statue of General Sark went over The legislative appropriation bill was discussed for some time and then went over At S p m the Senate ad journed HorsF Mr Harmer Pal presented a memorial of the Manufacturers Club of Philadel phia representing mnry millions of capital ln n American industries and many thou sands of workmen earn ng American wages in favor of prompt action on tariff legislation wh eh shall check the importation of articles produce by our own people Referred The House then went into committee of the whole Mr Payson III In the chair on the legisla tive appropriation bill the pending question be- the motion of Mr Dunnell Minn to strike out he clause providing clerks for Sen The motion was lost At i 55 the House adjourned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i Sena -- Mr Plumbs FRASKFoirr ApMl 84 Senate Bills were introduced in the Senate for charters for a number of railroads Governor Buekner vetoed the bill to amend the charter of Clifton but the bill was passed over the veto Among the bills passed was the House bill to prevent false timing at trotting contests In Kentucky HotSE Mr Wharton offered a resolution providing for the appointment of a committee of three to Investigate the subject and report on the cost of repairing the Clay monument in the Lexington cemetery It was adopted Mr Rudys resolution calling upon State Geologist Proctor for an Itemized account of the expenditures of the appropriation of 88UO00 covering a period of two years and for other information concerning the work was adopted A petition was received from the Mason Ford Company asking to be released from their contract with tbe State for convict labor upon equitable terms A committee of fire Is to be appointed to look Into the matter A bill to amend the charter of Covington was passed The bill pro viding that one half the fines and forfeitures in bawdy house cases in Louisville be expended In maintaining a Home for the Friendless was passed FKANEroRT April 25 Senate The Senate passed a number of railroad charters Also the House bill to amend the charter of the Campbell County Protestant Childrens Home HotSE Speaker Harvey Myers appointed Messrs Moore Wallace W 11 Smith Sharp and Cox a committee to consider the proposition of Mason Foard Co to surrender their contract with the State for convict labor Mr Wolking withdrew from the Senate the bill He providing a registration law for Covington desires to amend it to meet objections Among the bills introduced were tne following By Mr Wolking- - To prohibit any turnpike road com pany in Kenton County from collecting toll within the limits of any incorporated district By Mr Green Te amend the charter of West Covington Authorizes the issue ot tlBOOo of bonds to secur a water supply by a contract with any municipal corporation Â¬ surer The Pan American Conference hav ing completed as much of its original programme as there was any possibility of agreeing upon is now about to adjourn The result of its long delibera- Â¬ tions cannot yet be fully estimated The measures proposed by Mr Blaine for its consideration were these Tbe formation of an American customs union the adoption of a common sil- Â¬ ver coin the adoption of a uniform system of weights and measures the formation of a uniform law for patent rights copyrights an J trade marks agreement upon a deritite plan of arbitration for the settlement of all inter- Â¬ national disputes the establishment of a system of subsidies for the promotion of communication by tteaniship finally any measure looking to the general welfare The decisions of the conference were to be considered of course only as recommendations to the nations represented to be accepted or rejected by the several governments as they should see fit It was hoped that treaties of various kinds might be ne- Â¬ gotiated embodying the points agreed Hocsk The Senate bill to prevent the forma upon Finality was not expected on The tion of trusts snd combinations passed resolution for the appointment of a joint com any subject the functiou of tbe confer- Â¬ mittee to draft a bil to continue the geological ence being to find a basis for subse- Â¬ was adopted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ evening iu the parlors of Rev Henry Waldman pastor of St Peters Ger Â¬ man Evangelical church Mr and Mrs Jobn L Setzer were married for tbe second time in spite of tbe fact that they were married about twenty six years ago and have been living to- Â¬ gether as husband aud wife ever since It seems that the proper return was never made upon the marriage license granted April 20 1864 to J L Setzer aud Anna iler The old couple recently joined the church and desired to have the marriage ceremony repeated according to the rules of the church The pastor looked up tbe old license before doing so and the facts came out The couple had lost heir marriage certificate and ttie Magistrate by whom they were joined in wedlock had neglected to make the return Louisville Times Â¬ Â¬ all legislators Old New York Taverns is the subject of a paper which John Austin Ste- Â¬ vens will contribute to the number of Harpers Magaziue for May Quaint historic imaginings are the twenty six Accompanying drawings in which Howard Pyle makes visible to the modern eye the very life of the olden time A striking section of the article is devoted to the history of the famous tavern which one Edward Willett op ened in 1754 in the old Delancey house on Broadway and which was succeed- Â¬ ed by the old City Hotel Â¬ Â¬ quent action Taking the measures proposed by our government for discussion in their order we find that the confeieuce has failed to agree upon any plan of a Pan American zollverein or customs union our high tariff standing in the way Tbe Argentine Republic ottered Mr Blaine the free importation Johu Burt was shot in the wrist at of all our products on condition that Spotsylvania May 12 1864 The ball we should admit Argentine wool free broke the bone and for twenty years of duty hut tbe otter waa not accepted he suffered no pain from tne wound Our tanfl on wool Is the arch of the A few days ago a piece of zinc worked protective system and the Republican out of the arm near his elbow where party is pledged to maintain tbe sys- Â¬ his arm has been troubling him for tem intact It has been stated that re several years Greensborough N C ciprocity treaties were ottered our Patriot give to make comfortable tbe declining yesrs of her life Record Crt Day and Stock Sales The weather was bright and pleasant on Monday and the town was full of peo- Â¬ ple A good business was done iu tbe stores and on the streets The annexed reports from auctioneers will show the condition of the live stock market Captain Nat SOffutt reports 150 cattle on sale principally young stock long and ehort yearlings and prices ranging from 2J to 3J cents Oue bunch of lean sold at 3J cents yearl ings sold at 21 50 to 23 per head calves at 1125 to 1350 mules 80 to 135 and horses at from 60 to 165 Mr Bennett Brunham reports 250 cattle on the market He made sales as follows Six 2 year olds of 900 pounds weight at at 30 per head 5 rough 21 22 nice yearlings at 22 50 eleven CONCERNING FARMERS yearling heifers at 1350 12 calves at 1360 18 at 1215 3 at 1555 3 at 10 In Lincoln 175 pound hogs 365 6 at 9 and six at 6 per head Sixteen In Clark county 500 200 lb hogs sold horses were sold at the stable of Peak al 365 to 775 Grover at prices rouging from 160 In Boyle county 1000 bushels of old to 200 At the stable of Offutt Broth ers 7 horses sold at 60 to 105 aud 8 wheat sold at 80 cents mules at from 80 to 135 D P Bent At Petersburg Ills seventy short- ley sold 10 bead of horses at from 29 horns sold at 40 to 100 to 140 per head Tiie 15 mule colts In Boyle county 1200 lb heifers sold advertised in the Times by Mr W G Fin ley were sold privately to Mr Wm at 3c 233 hogs sold at 3c Griffith of Bourbon count v at 90 per Rev R R Noel sold to J T Conn heard Georgetown Times 48 head of shouts 100 pounds at 4 ets AlOLT BEES and a sow aud pigs to Sim Anderson for 1750 Lancaster News BY JOHN S REES Four thousand reports received by a nearly every Toledo firm aud covering A colony or hive of bees in their normal county in the wiuter wheat States are condition in the month of May is composed summarized as making a worse show of one queen or mother bee a few drones ing for tbe crop than a year ago or male bees probably from fifty to three Clarks stock barn burned at Brock hundred and from forty to sixty thousand twenty one imported working bees The queen is much larger than way Minn breeding mares were burned to death the workers with long lender body and They were valued at 25000 The barn short wings lays all the eggs for the colony cost 3500 There is au insurance of and is often capable of laying as many as two-year-ol- ds Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We bave the novelty of tbe season ja Tbe wet weather is over and tbe cashmere ombres ground will be dry enough to plow by 40- - Cbooke Bennett A Ckmstox tbe middle of next week In tbe mean lira M C Saufley and family hav time drop iu and buy your collars returned from Wyoming to Stanford bames trace chains back bauds plow 8ee Wilkes Baxter about your paintlines Ac ing and you can get a good job at the 42-GEO W PICKELB lowest price i tj The fourth session of the Kentucky Kev Dr Douglas bad in uranet Is Chautauqua Assembly will be held at amount of 5500 on his life Woodland Park Lexington Ky be- tbe be promptly paid as soou ending July 11th will ginning July 1st and papers are made out Â¬ GO TO PLOWING CaskBtre Oakr IN cases of Fever and Ague thebhMsl effectually though not ously poisoned by tbe effluv Goods atmosphere as it could Iw 40- - Ckooke Bennett A Urmston best poison Dr J H Mel The Wat kin tower which will be anu Fever Cure will er Kitty erected iu IiOndon and overtop tbe on from the system tie Eiffel tower by 335 feet is to have six It uow appears that Kenliii ky will legs instead of four It will cost 1 loose but little over p 200000 of State Treasurer Tate FreqiENTLY accidents occur in the falcation household which cause burns cuts Wall Ps for use in such sprains and bruises Largest and cheapest hue of wa H McLeans Volcanic Oil cases Dr J Liniment has for many years been tbe pen in town Dont Afnm wm4s fail to see our Bordered Apron id as I constant favorite family remedy 40 52 40- - Crooke Bennett i The annual conclave of the Grand Commandery of the Knights Templar of Kentucky will tie held in Louisville on Wednesday and Thursday May 14 and 15 Cottages far Reat Two four room cottages on E Street Ready May in course of construction 44-C T Wells 1st General Jubal Early a popular ConÂ¬ federate cavalry leader lives in luxury at Lynchburg Va on tbe Income he receives for lending bis name to tbe Louisiana Lottery Cotton I Miss Cinnie Bean and Mr Mitchell of Tenn married last week llty DECSKENNESS LI010H HAllT the World there at hut tw Dr Ilaip la all without It it c i effecting i whetli an alcoholic wr--have been cnr l who specific in offer wnh edge anil t onlay iluuk their own freewill N salts from it admtnixtr teed Send for r Aittirem In confWnc t 1S5 Kate til K llir 10000 The big land deal iu which Cox Co of West Liberty sold to Lexing- Â¬ ton and Frankfort parties 50000 worth of Morgan county land was closed and clinched last week This is tbe largest land sale ever made iu Morgan county thoimTrescued From the Spreading Waters of the Riotous Mississippi River Falling at Greenville Miss Leaving a Portion of the Town rATox Rouge La April 28 Tho steamer Dakotah ha9 reached here from the overflowed districts and put off five or six hundred people and a large quantity of stock The people put off wero mostly negroes who found no difficulty in getting employment Several plan Â¬ ters from the interior wero here for the purpose of getting- labor for their plantations The Dakotah Thursday went up as far as New Texas Landing rescu- Â¬ ing people and stock along tho route The boat transported about 1500 people to side this and could have brought many more but the people said the river was falling and they preferred to stay and take the chances in lointe Coupee Captain Mitchell said the break in OH Morganza at 5 oclock Thursday evening was six hundred feet wide while tho break in Grand Levee just below was one thou- Â¬ sand feet wide and washing rapidly the soil being of a sandy nature As these levies are three miles in length only a comparatively small portion of these great works have been destroyed The boat rescued every living thing from a pier to the dogs and A chickens refugee was seen on our streets yesterday with a dog tied at one end of a rope and a rooster at the other This was his only property Ho carried them alternately in his arms to give them a rest The Dakotah re- Â¬ mained here until 4 p m loading sacka above town to carry to the Martinez crevasse At this hour she left carry- Â¬ ing down fifteen thousand sacks of earth The Pargoud is expected down to night to carry more sacks to the cre- Â¬ vasse When she gets through unload Â¬ ing the Dakotah will return to New Or Â¬ leans as there is no longer any demand for a relief boat along the Pointe Coupee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i front Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CliUOSINtJ A DELEGATE TO THE CON MlIlTllJNAL CONVENTION The voter will not find it easy to make an intelligent selection among aspirants for Delegate to the Convention next September for the purpose of framing a new In ordinary electitutiou tions the voter has only to ask if the aspirant is a good Democrat or a good Republican as the case may be That question answered the voter knows precisely what to expect if the man be elected But a knowledge of an aspirant6 poli will avail the voter little when it comes to choosing a delegate to represent him in the Constitutional oiivntion That a man wore the blue or he gray that a man was for or he union that a man was pro or uti slavery will furnish no index to ideas when he is called upon to arrange the details of a new Constiution Not tary question now forming the difference between the Demo cratic and Republican parties can enter into the formation of our coming Constitution It will not be the province of the Convention to pass upon the tariff pensions Federal aid to education the treasury surplus civil service reform ship subsidies demonetization of silver free coinage internal revenue or any other national ion between the two great ical parties Betore a voter can intelligently rse any candidate for delegate to the Constitutional Convention first know what the can didate proposes to do iiocrats who if Â¬ Â¬ i- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Baltimore April 28 Baltimore was bombarded yesterday afternoon by hail of a size and destructive power never before seen in this city The hail was not like the snow coated hail but was THE COMMONWEALTH plain hard ice frozen through and through clear as crystal and solid as a Iegisalive Proceedings rock It thick panes of Franeeort April 19 Senate -- Bills pass glass as ifwent throughtissue paper and they wire ed To require safety gates and a watchman to be kept at the crossing ot the Covington Short the amount of damage done by it can Route Transfer Railway and Madison avenue only be figured up when all the broken intaeeity of Covington H Ba empowering panes are counted and the glass setters the State to sue for taxes to empower the bills are paid The loss will run up Campbell County court to subscribe to the capinto the thousands Some of tho hail ital stock of turnpike roads in aaid county amending the charter of the city of Newport stones were ragged and as sharp on tbe authorizing the issue of 1350000 bonds for the edges as a steel blade Hens eggs were reconstruction of streets to prevent the de to them in size Many of struction of fish in the Kentucky river and its nothing them were as large as a mans fist The tributaries to enforce the satisfaction of judg storm came from the west was local in ments against railroad companies HorsE A resolution to increase the salary its character and swept to the east with of the clerk of the Treasurers omoe from 11300 a rattle like heavy musketry frighten- Â¬ u 1181 waa tabled A fight over the with drawal of the Louisville park bill from the ing people out of their wits and hitting those who were on the streets many bands of the enrolling clerk resulted in its withdrawal It was earned to the Senate and Sen hard knocks and driving them into a or MoCaun of Louisville objected to the ap places of shelter The storm came all pointment of a committee to act la conjunction There was with the House committee to withdraw the at once like a thunderbolt a perfect Niagara of water with hail bill Governor Bnckner sent in a message dis stones or rather chunks of ice weigh- Â¬ approving a bill to prohibit the sale and manufacture of ardent spirits in a common school ing some of them a quarter of a pound d strict in Barren County A number of pri n an instant the streets were vate bills were passed under call and the House Almost rivers the pavements were flooded adjourned from to two FBANEroRT April 81 Senate No business inches three of importance transacted deep and a man who remained on Holse Ninety six bills were passed among the streets was almost in danger of los- Â¬ them the following S Bs to authorize the Tho heavy chunks of hail commissioners of Lawrence County to apply ing his life Those that pull the county tax on the Ohio and Big Sandy Rail drove the horses wild road Companys road and property in paym nt the street cars became uncontrollable t expenditures for tbe tight of way authoriz- and the drivers were compelled to let ing tu oonnty of Cumberland to subscribe to the Burksvlllc and North western Railroad Com them have their own way and to run at their free will The people in the cars pany to increase the junadiction of the quar terly court of Pike County H Ba to prohibit became panic stricken and many of them the Ullicr of quail and other small game In Lin crouched trembling on the floor of tho coln County to incorporate the Catltvtsburg cars praying for rescue from the ele Â¬ Water Company to Incorporate the Jellico ments while the drivers dodged the aerMevataln Coal aad Oaks Mining aad Transpor tation Company to Incorporate the Pneville ial missiles the best they could All over Bank Loan and Trust Company to prevent the the city the damage was heavy No d jstrpttoo fish in South Elkhorn within the glass that met lbs full fore of the hail Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Africa Referred A joint resolution appropri ating 8l51n00 for rations to the Mississippi river sufferers was passed 180 to 84 The legis Istve appropriation bill was considered until p m when a recess was taken the evening session being devoted to private pension bills Washington April Jfi Senate- - The calen dar was taken up A joint resolution accepting the battle sword of the late Captain S C Reid and presenting a medal to his son failed 86 to 12 No quorum voting it went over without prejudice by request Several private bills were passed Including the Wilbur claim At 810 p m the Senate adjourned HorSE In the House the legislative appro priation bill was considered all day and late in to the night Gkfkn vimf Miss April 16 Ater four days of incessant raining the sun Â¬ came up brightly this morning The river fell three inches in the past twenty-four hours which is tho first perma nent fall we have had since the begin ning of the high water three months ago The same fall was recorded on the back water of the town and country and Â¬ since morning the fall has been fully two inches Portions of the streets which have been covered for twenty four days are being uncovered by the reced- Â¬ ing waters which are watched with de-Â¬ light by the citizens It is safe to say that this fall will be followed by a still people eugaged in sol viug successfully greater one in the next twenty four social and industrial problems not un- Â¬ like those with which our visitors are hours familiar Baltimore Sun HADL Â¬ Â¬ I Southern neighbors bjt that is not tbe fact There were like failures it is understood in regard to the projected common silver coin and a uniform sys tem of weights and measures The governments of Central and South America could not see their way to the adoption of our 72 cent silver dollar as tbe common unit of value and Mr Blaine was unable of course to promise that Congress would adopt the unit current in Chili Bolivia or Mexico As to weights and measures the utility of a common system was recognised but It was difficult to find the country that did not think its present system as good as that of any ot jer country The great success of the conference was its agreement in respect to patent right copyright and trade marks This agree ment was secured by the adoption of tbe scheme formulated by the South American Congress at Montevideo several years ago A plan of arbitration was adopted Chili and Mexico dissent Â¬ ing The value of the plan is somewhat impaired perhaps by the provision that no country will be expected to arbitrate any matter which in its opinion affects its independence but apart from this class of questions there will be no doubt a wide field for the application of the beneficent principle ap- Â¬ proved by the conference Of course the plan will bave to pass the scrutiny of the home governments interested The subsidiets achieved a qualified success A plan waa agreed upon which apportions subsidy burdens and bene- Â¬ fits between the countries concerned in particular steamship lines Our share of the burdens of course preponderates as was expected In this item of their programme our delegates thinking it more blessed to give than to re- Â¬ ceive achieved what hey will no doubt consider their greatest triumph It is to be noted however that the delegates of the Argentine Republic on readiug the first draft of the McKinley bill declared their belief that no amount of subsidies would enaule their products to surmouut the new tariff wail and announced their purpose of withdrawing the recommendation as to subsidies made to their government prior to the appearance of the McKinley bill It is to be expected that other governments beside the Argentine Republic will think that bill absolves them from the duty of considering the recommenda tions of the conference in regard to subsidies The conference it will be seen attaiued but small positive results as respects the programme laid before it This however is net perhaps to be regarded as tbe full measure of its benefits The visit of a number of inteli geut Central and South Americans to this country will produce effects of a desirable character Uion our relations with the countries siutb of us Particularly beneficial we incline to believe will be the tour of the visiting delegates through ttie South where they will find a coun ry already closely related to them geographically and a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GREAT STORM The Heaviest One on Record Visits Balti moreMany Thousands ot Windows Broken by the Stones Â¬ PROFITABLE FARMING- - t Tbe Atlanta Journal mentions Mr Jas B Hunnicutt ol Coweta county as one of the champion farmers of Georgia and the figures produced seem to warrant the designation Mr Hunnicutt farms on the intensive plan and last year bis clear profits from 50 acres of land worked with two mules were 2000 The figures are as follows 500 bushels of corn 28 bales of cotton 700 bushels of oats 62 bushels of wheat 50 bushels of barley 800 bushels of ruta baga turnips 12 tons of clover hay and a little of every thing else For instance from a half acre be made 205 gallons of ribbon cane syrup sold 30 worth of cane and put up 500 stalks for seed On five acres in cotton he used four tons of commercial fertilizer and gath Â¬ ered seven bales although the crop was considerably injured by a hail storm and made a clear pratit of 122 land and mule rent and wear of machinery being counted in the expenses Alto- Â¬ gether he had thirty acres of cotton He gathered tho 500 bushels of corn from seven acres of tiiin laud heavily fertilized with compost For the last seven years Mr Huunicutt lias farmed on the intensive syntem and during that time he has nev r made less thau forty bushels of corn to the acre This is certainly a good abowing for a two mule farm CM The mas Williams of Elmore county Ala also comes forward as a successful farmer On 500 acres of land he raised last year 500 bales of cotton His other crops were in like proportion and be raised hog and hominy enough for home coo sumptiou and bad some to Bell Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sentinel Democrat Malcolm Gill this county sold to W B Moss about 200 acres of ids farm near Lancaster extending from the Lancaster to the Buckeye pike 6500 Kerosene as a therapeutic aueut is cash No improvements and no cross highly spoken of by Dr H A Gross in fencing This is considered by our land tbe Medical World It cures almost experts as a good sale Lancaster Recail pains from toothache to gout and ord rheumatism It is deodorized in this The 300 acres of land belonging to the manner Take of coal oil 1 pint nitric John J Jackson interest in the estate ounce acid Mix Let stand for a of the late Thomas Jackson were sold week and pour off the supernatant oil Wednesday to M J Farris and Wm It does not iu the least smell like coal Gilmore for 19000 This is a first class oil Scientific American body of land and brought 65 per acre When the average man or woman is Mr Farris takes 150 acres of the land to be fitted with the first pair of glasses and Mr Gilmore the same amount some curions discoveries are made Danville Advocate Special crop reports from all parts of Seven out often have stronger sight in one eye than tbe other In two cases Manitoba state that open weather durout five one eye is out of line Nearly ing the three first weeks of April with one half the people are color blind to the fine three days raiu of thepreseut some extent aud only one pair of eyes week bas resulted in the farmers of out of every flflen are all right in all the province getting an excellent start aud never before were indications at respects Scientific American Of the 300K appropriated for torna- this season of tbe year more favorable do suffers by the Legislature nearly for a prosperous season Winchester Court J A Ramsey 20000 has already been expended for food clothing anil medicines under the auctioneer reports only about 200 catForty one light following apportionment Louisville tle on the market 5000 Webster county 2500 Crit- Â¬ plain steers 800 pounds weight brought 29 15 fair yearlings 23 8 extra yearl 2000 Livingston 1500 tenden ings 3050 30 plain steers 750 pounds Breckinridge 1500 Ohio 1500 2650 12 common steers at 2370 no 500 Daviess 1310 Muhlenberg McLean S00 Alleu 300 Lyon 500 choice cattle offered The prices realHardin 300 and Grayson 100 The ized were fair when quality is considremainder of tbe fund will be used if ered the above apportionments be found inO T Wallace sold and delivered a sufficient few days ago the 1889 crop of Burley The Bio News Bio de Janeiro Bra- tobacco raised on 2J acres of land Price paid was 7 cents all around the zil iu its issue of the 27th of March contains the following notice of the yield so Mr Wallace informs us was death of Bev J W Dabney a former 3775 pounds an average of 1776 lbs Virginian who had been engaged in per acre The tobacco from thu 2k acres missionary and educational work in brought the nice little sum nf 36425 Brazil si uce 1874 We regret to note Allowing the renter half this gives Mr the death at Campinas Sao Paulo on W about 62 50 per acre reut for the Lancaster the 9th inst of Bev J W Dabney land Who comes next director of the Collegio Intern acional Record who appears to have fallen a victim to A special from Atchison Kansas fever Mr Dabney was a native of says A number of farmers liviug in Virginia a nephew of Dr R L Dab the eastern half of this county report ney president of Texas University He that a sort of u ire worm is doing great was only 39 years of age and had ar- damage to the wheat The worm is ranged to return home within the next about an inch long aud the thickness of fine wire ami of a dark brown color month or two The agitation in Paris commercial Wherever it works the wheat soon circles growing out of tho apprebeusion withers The worm is not confined to any oue farm or neighborhood but is that the McKinley tariff administrative bill if it should become a law all over the eastern half of the county would have a serious effect upon the from north to south business of exporting to the United Dornbuschs List by post reports tbe States now baa its counterpart in Ber passage through the Dardanelles of 23 liu Many of tbe Berlin merchants in- steamers and 1 sailer loaded with wheat terested iu the exportation of goods to destined as follows Italy 5 Spain America are seeking to bring influen- Â¬ 1 Holland 1 Marseilles 3 Germany ces to bear for the purpose of having 1 Bayonne 1 United Kingdom 2 the bill either greatly modified or alto- Gibraltar for orders 9 Since New gether withdrawn They assert ttiat if Years day 178 steamers and 37 sailers the measure goes into effect in Its pres- laden with wheat have passed through ent form will strike a fresh blow at tbe the Hellespont Tills compares with exportation of German goods and 215 steamers and 107 sailers at same manufactures to the Uniteed States time last year Baltimore Journal of George C Buchanan the whisky broCommerce ker lias issued a table of statistics on The books of the Kentucky Hemp the amount of whisky now iu the CompaHy are now open for the subImnded warehouses of Kentucky and scription of stock at the National Bank rethe estimated production for the of Lancaster Kentucky Tbe stock is mainder of tbe fiscal year which clos Â¬ divided into shares ot 100 each The es June 30 The table shows the pro- Â¬ capital stock 50000 with power to in1889 duction of whisky from July crease to 100000 Five acres of laud to March 31 1890 was 20014049 galwith never failing water has been selons against 14651628 gallons for the cured on which to locate the buildings corespondiug period last year The Correspondence has been opened with total priHluctiou of lost season was 26 the view of obtaining spinuers from 130501 gallons aud the total producScotland It is intended to have every tion of this season is estimated at 34 thing complete for spinning and hack515627 gallons an increase of about 9 ling by next Decemler Now it re 500000 gallons to be seeu whether the people of The statistics show that tbe consump- mains Garrard county bave that spirit of en tion of Kentucky whisky is steadily terpriae that insures success Citizens increasing of Garrard we urge you to come forMessrs Land it Smith conceived the ward at once and take all tbe stock liberal idea of extending a soda water That if successfully managed it will treat to all the children in City Schools pay good dividends all admit Make Nos 1 2 3 and 4 8ince there are tti is a success then will follow immemore than eighteen hundred pupils in diately other enterprises so much needthe our schools this was a novel en ed Pnjierty will advance and the terprise aud no small undertaking On county put on tbe high way to perma Tuesday they distributed among the nent prosperity And as your town pupils of the various schools tickets en and county is prospered so is each intitleiug the holder to a glass of soda dividual prospered Lancaster Record water with the complimeuts of Land A A very remarkable sale waa made by Smith On the sameday the pupils iu the Yeager family in Boyle county the Walnut street School about three hundred came down on the handsome some days ago In order to effect au fountain with a rush On yesterday the equiable division of tbe estate of their pupilsof Johnson School marched down father the late Churchill Yeager all more thau five hundred in all aud the children met at the old family reseach one received a large glass of soda idence and held a two days sale When they arrived at the handsome among themselves outside bidders and well ordered drug store they were being excluded 8 H Yeager acted as given a cordial welcome one and all auctioneer aud disposed of about 25 and tbe eutire school was waited ou iu 000 worth of property without the slightest jar or contention each memless than forty minutes To day No 3 will come down seven hundred ber of the family working for tbe instrong and it is a sight well worth see terest of the bidder The home place lug to watch the alacrity with which of 118 acres went to Samuel Sbelton at tiie cooling beverage is dispensed to 7260 per acre and the Trumbo place them The city school children have a to F F Yeager at 70 per acre The personal property was sold and then big corner iu tbeir hearts for Land division made as each member of the Smith Lexington now leads al other cities for such a thing as a treat for 1300 family desired The venerable mother children was uever beard of anywhere now in ber 84th year had a furnished room sec aside for her use in tbe old else Lexington Press homestead where she will baye all tbe A novel ceretuouy touk place last attention that tbe devottd family can 1 Â¬ Haw Lisle thread and silk hose for Ladies aud Misses three thousand eggs within twenty four 40- Crqoke Bennett A Ursiston She lives to an average age of three hours Miss Tillie Smith the deaf and dumb pears when she is superceded by one of her daughters who comes on the scene at the young lady who married at Winches- Â¬ proper time The queen has a long sting ter four months ago tbe ceremony be Â¬ ing performed in the sign language which curves under is barbless and is never used to sting anything except a rival died recently at ber home at Stephens queen The writer has had them in his port Ky hands hundreds of times You will have no use for spectacles if The drone or male bee is about the size you use Dr J H McLeans Strength- Â¬ of the queen but very differently shaped ening Eye Salve it removes tbe film the He is short and thick wings as long as the and scum which accumulates oncools eye balls subdues Inflammation body very large compound eyes no honey and soothes the irritated nerves tounge or honey sack like worker no sting strengthens weak and failing sialit 25 40 52 and very noisy when he flies caniot secrete cents a box wax or gather pollen and seems to be very Lancasters eugine bouse that stood much in the way many times The life of in tbe centre of tbe public square bas the drone is truly in the hands of his combeen pulled down and removed to a less panions the workers They are usually conspicuous position hatched in May and stung to death by the MrlMtsHMkm worker in July owing to length of the Mrs WrjMLoWS Sooisum Stscp should ahrsrs be ussd when children as eatUsg teeth It re honey flow liev tantttHe sfcuiaocw it peed teen afrsl A colony without a queen not in nor- Â¬ qmtet sleep sad the bale eberabswakesas btiat a a button It is trrf pleasant to taste It mal condition will allow the drones to live Â¬ until they the workers become extinct The general appearance of the worker bee and its slinging qualities is so familliar to the reader that she will not need much discrip We say she because you must now tion know the worker is an undeveloped female the queen being the full development The workers do all the work tioth in and out of the hive The indoor work consists of in part secreting wax building comb feeding the larva bee with chyme evaporating or ripening honey c This work is performed by the young bees the first three weeks after tliey hatch The next three weeks is spent in active fieid work such as gathering honey and pollen princi- Â¬ pally and stinging the barefoot boy occa- Â¬ So you see the average life of the sionally worker bee during honey gathering season is not more than six weeks at best They literally wear their wings out and thereby lose their power of locomotion when they drop by the wayside as it were and never reach home lteeswax or comb is a fatty matter and is secreted by the bees and comes from be- Â¬ tween the segments of underside of the body in small soft scales in appearance like a minute fish scale Pollen as we know is the fecundating powder of plants much like flour made by grinding peas and is gathered from the flowers by the worker bees at the same time they gather the honey the honey is taken into the honey sack not the stomach and the pollen grains are transferred from the three forked tongue to the pollen baskets or pockets on their hind legs and to see these heavily laden little insects wading in home would remind one of some of our good old mountain Methodist preachers riding up with well Billed saddle bags hanging across the old bay mare Winchester Sun Â¬ Â¬ soothes the child softens tbe ffiiDil7esllpein regulates tbe bowels snd is the beet known mined 7 for diarrhoea whether arising front teething or other causes Tweatj flvs seats a bottle 65 Â¬ John M Frost of Danville died in Florida last week Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the system which grow and are confirmed by neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthened Cordial and Blood Puri- Â¬ fier by its tonic properties cures indigestion and gives tone to the stomach 40 52 100 per bottle Lem Crum was cleaning out au old pistol at Lagrange and it went oft and shattered the bone of bis wifes leg just below the kuee Theres nothing half so dangerous as an unloaded pistol in the bauds of a fool Paris News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Both the method ami reaulta Syrup of Figs is taken it ia pi and refreshing to the taN and gently jet promptly on tie Kidi Liver and Bowel cleanses tb tem effectually dispels colds lieil aches and fevers ainl cures hn constipation Syrup of Fig i only remedy of iu kind ever duced pleasing to the ceptable to the stonun h its action and truly beneficial eflecU prepared only from healthy and agreeable ambata many excellent qualities commend it to all and have ramie it the popular remedy know a fiat sale ir Syrup of Figs and 1 bottles by all leading gists Any reliable drugg may not have it on hand will cure it promptly for any on wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SH FRAICIcCO C I OJJj3 EaVJOV LOUISVILLE KY Y0r yY Â¬ DINING ROOM AND bare Cartaias Our Lace Curtain stock is complete 40- - Crooke Bennett A Urmston Â¬ What are we waiting on conductor asked a passenger from Chicago when the train came to a stand still We are waiting on the track replied the conductor who w as a Boston man From Lippincotts Magazine for Â¬ Bakery Our Dining room is now open and meals are being served at all hours All the varieties and the best of everything that the markets afford May Collars and Chains I have an excellent lot of collars collar pads bames chains back bands and other things for plowing 42- Â¬ - GEO W PICKELS Â¬ Â¬ Cora Doesnt it make you feel nice for people to remark bow well you are getting on Merritt Yes unless tbey add they From Lippin- Â¬ cant understand it cotts Magaziue for May Our Bakery Is turning out FRESH BREAD CAKES and everything else that can be made in a bakery Furnished in any quantity on short notice An experienced BAKER who has done fifteen years of ser vice and knows precisely what to do and how to do it Family orders a specialty faaT A full line of Fruts and Candies Canned goods a specialty MAJOR BIKNAM WILL REPLY C0LRT HOI SE IN THE When you are constipated witb loss of appetite headache take one of Dr ney Pillets- Tbey are pleasant to take and will cure you 25 eta a vial 40 52 Geo W McAlpin bead of the great Cincinnati dry goods bouse bearing bis name died Sunday of pneumonia He was bom in 1827 and died a very rich man Donelson bas a quantity of new sul kies surries and buggies of tbe newest and most popular patterns and at very 5- reasonable figures Â¬ Fresh Bread Â¬ Â¬ Editor Climax I will address the people of Madison county at the Court House in Richmond on Monday May 5th County Court day at 2 p m aud wiil notice iu my speech the statements made iu tbe article contributed to your paper of the 23rd signed Democrat many of the statements in which are destitute of truth All Republicans and Democrats are iuvited Â¬ J H McLeans Little Liver and Kid- Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The proposition of Wheeler A Parks A man who has practiced medicine of Boston to build water works in for 40 years ought to kuow salt from Paris carried only three votes being sugar read what he says cast against it Tbe Arm put op a 15 Toledo O Jan 10 1887 000 guaranty that the work will be Messrs F J Cheney A Co Gentle completed iu 10 months men I have been in the general prac- Â¬ disormuch Old tice of medicine for most 40 years and ders of people softer organs from are alÂ¬ the urinary and would say that in all my practice and ways gratified at the wouderful effects experience have never seen a prepara- Â¬ of Dr J H Leans Liver and Kidney tion that 1 could prescribe with as much Balm in banishing tbeir troubles One 40 52 This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the confidence of success as I can Halls Dollar per bottle season of 1890 at the Fair Grounds Catarrh Cure manufactured by you At Kenton on tbe K C the Utile son Richmond Kv at Have prescribed it a great many times of be station agent at that place while and its effect is wonderful and would playing with some other little boys at- Â¬ 15 TO INSURE COLT say in conclusion that I have yet to tempted to couple some empty freight find a case if Catarrh that it would not cars and caught bis bead between tbe JESSE COBB is i5J hands high cure if they would take it according to bumpers crushing out his brains chestnut color 4 vears old weighs close to directions Yours truly For sick headache female trouble 1200 pounds fine action and is a model L L GORSDCH MD neuralaic pains in tbe head take Dr J saddle horse is by Mark Diamond 1st H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney dam br Tuttle horse he by Eetill Eric Office 216 Summit St sire of dam of Georgette i iqi and Bell 40 52 We will give 100 for any case of Pellets 25 centa a vial Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Catarrh that can not be cured with An oratorical prize contest will take Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip tth dam by Traveller Halls Catarrh Cure Taken internally place at Lexington Mooday July 7th All care will be taken to prevent acci F J CHENEY A CO Props duriug the meeting of the Kentucky dents or escapes but will not be responsi Toledo O Chautauqua Assembly A representa- ble should any occur Lien reserved on Sold by Druggists 75c 45 48 tive from each of the following colle- Â¬ the colt for the service fee 40- CHABLES E CQLYER 4 CO ges will contest for GeorgeLouisville Tobacco Market town College State tbe prixe KentuckyÂ¬ College By Glover t Dnrrett Louis vUle Tobacco Wesleyan College Centre CollegeKen F Birnam 43 42 IT RICE CO JESSE COBB I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ware House Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sales on our market for the week jiift closed amount to 2950 lihds with receipts for the same period of 1782 hhds Sales ou our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 48122 hhds Sales on our market up to this date of tbe crop of 1869 amount to 28398 hhds The ouly change la note in the con- Â¬ dition of the market this week is au improved demand for common to me dium red fillers The recent offerings embraced a large per cent of tobacco in high order and funked aud prices for such are relatively lower The following quotations fairly rep resent our market for Burley tobacco crop of ISSd Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 150 to 350 olory Trash 350 to 750 Common Lugs not colory 100 to Â¬ Â¬ tucky University and Central Univer Â¬ sity HUMPHREYS4 YETERIriARrSPECtnCS logs ri-iEw-1-- 1- 100 IN GOLD GIYEN AWAY The Climax wiil Uive Away 100 ia t its Saaseribere For Hones Cattle Shsep Dogt Mi 660 7 00 to 1000 Common tUaau 750 to 900 Mrs Qarret Whitaitt of Ruddeljs Metiium tigood leaf 950to 1300 Mills was sent to tbe Asylum at Lex Â¬ Good to flue fillers 1300 to 1800 Select or wrappery tobacco 1800 to ington Tuesday for tbe 12ib time 2650 Bourbon Newt Colory Lugs Every subscriber paid up at least to April 1st 89 will be given a ticket in the drawing The one drawing first prize will receive 50 in Gold the one drawing second prize will receive 30 in Gold the one drawing third prize will receive 15 in Gold the one drawing fourth prize will receive 5 in Gold and the one drawing fifth prize will receive two years sub- Â¬ scription to Thk Climax 1 1 rts1JaaassaHa 5mJ Me atls7iiiik Fever 4i J vrfcCsSkHlNsessrees i Paaejaienta 55 Cwllc- r Hesves Bwllyaet iriete 55 Miecarri age Hs tiaaaes HH I rtaarr aaei KMsev Diseausesv II ar stive Diseases Masn vale avsawartsMs Para - i1ltMc I Ja Tatertaary awe aV on ISmllin Cmre Oil asa b TMaaalali or u and In any eaanritv on Bacssst of Frio Humphreys MatCctos Co 108 rattan St 1 T Veasesaarr Cava us fnAl s laa taSiJ Itajws t KUW HTTKP2BSYS HoxsoPAraic SPECIFIC Ho ff ffjf anrf AeT DeMitj Jfjtii Witness li aUtanV vfaaJI as si Ti88j8jsa tMngm TiaJ POWIIM 8satl8 IN HiH lbs ll Is S-- -fj I er - f f S5 rHBIh i r SUPPLEMENT -- r - He 5i Br- - ry V -- yi V r w 8 ft 1 COOPS FOR CHICKENS The season is at band when coops for chickens are in demand As success de Â¬ pends largely on the kind of shelter provided we hero present the illustra- Â¬ tion of a triangular eoop with movable floor This coop is recommended as among the best by IL H Stoddard in his manual on poultry architecture and Is moreover easily made Mako tho coop of half inch stuff so that it might be light and moved easily a piece of wood being fastened to tho roof as in tho figure each side for a handle Tho door A is hinged to open upward A small door in tho rear allows tho chickens to pass out that way when the TbU Is the Simplest and Best Beside Easily Made 1 I LI MATE Â¬ Iff VOLUME A STOBY OF III Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY IS -- WEDNESDAY APRIL 30 1890 iI W 1 L Lfr dsja laljh - na fff SUPPLEMENT M IT TMSii feJgPj NUMBER 46 The words were spoken with such THE NEW EDITOR warmth and kindness that the tears came into the others eyes as bo exclaimed The Groat Composers First Visit ty I stay By the grace of your Majes- How HeCame to Throw Up His to Vienna Position Your Majesty the little man had said Beethoven started with dismay HEX Beethoven PAPER published Joseph then turned to tho young man was about sixteen and in a large Weutern said with the same affability Ha years of ajre he there you arc town was in need Mi If was court orpanist of a young man Beethoven attempted to make some Bonn on the excuses but the words would not come in It was not necessa Rhine Max Franto his lips Your Majesty I beg your rj for him to be a cis the elector of forgiveness your Majesty told mc that full fledged editor figs Colojrne who had you or part ic u Is r y sometimes eh sometimes his residence in the gifted in carelessly Yes I shave myself laughed Joseph royal palaco in and related the story of his meeting with handling the truth Bonn became in the newcomer to the little man Then ae the position was terested in the he continued an insignificant vounjr musician Now give methc letter one and did not X ad to help hin lie read it then turning to tho other require a vast along sent him for again amount of talent which was tho to Vienna My brother Max Franz recom- Â¬ Jim Noverfiush applied for tho posial center of the world at that mended this young man to me as a taltion Jim was a worthless kind of a of three of the greatest ented musician who improvises es man totally unreliable lie also drank r who ever lived Mozart Haydn Mtallj well Suppose we give him a like the star of a minstrel combination The elector pave him a trial immediately Black Tho position is not a good one said endation to his brother The little man nodded tho editor to whom he applied candidly Do you aree Uerr von Beethoven inperor of Germany and and the work is not entirely in the litArchduke of Austria which he was to asked the Emperor erary line r to the Emperor himself With pleasure Oh that dont make any difference answered the young not many days after his arrival in musician So they moved over to the to me said Jim in fact I like to iavo he dressed himself in his best grand piano a hich stood open in the a variety of things to do it kinder for the royal castle with the room breaks the monotony Although he had Have you ever played music by Mola his pocket Youll get all the variety you want oseph nodding to tho Sometimes you would be asked to write in some degree his dread of zart asked n with people in a higher other gentleman wrappers as we send out many sample of life than his own still it was Why shovld I not replied tho copies each week hout some feeling of trepidation young fellow One of my strong points is soering of meeting the mighty And what do you think of him sample copies throughout the country if the whole German Empire That he is the most musical charm- Â¬ 1 am pleased to hear it There are A he passed through tho door which ing inexhaustible master the world has other things you would be expected to Um Emperors apartments he ever seen said Beethoven enthusias do For instance tho paste would have i a moment to consider what ho tically lohann Sebastian Bach may to be mixed each morning and tho office say to his Majesty Just then a stand higher in church music Handel swept simply dressed pentleman came Into tho in oratorio but on tho stage the SalzCertainly sir Mm and attracted by the young burg composer excels even Hack la And never let the scissors get dull manner advanced toward him versatility and in characterization of in- Make it a point to see that they are kept Where do you wish to go he asked dividuals and situations in good condition for writing the origiDo you know his works by heart nal humor column rem looked at the speaker asked the Emperor nodding with pleasI will sir Log perhaps he was making fun of ure Can you set type Your Majesty may demand what you Km whole expression of the I am sorry to say 1 dont will replied the musician Thats too bad for you could have Joseph thought a minute then said made yourself useful setting up the Ilay and make variations on the Aria mail list during your lunch hour The BEETHOVEN Tbe Inflnsne ANNABEL of Climate Bow Sha Got Her Fortoni and soil work in wonders manners habits and even 1 3j mjY 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A TRlAIOrLAR CH1CKEX COOP - Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ door A is closed in cold weather In one roof is set a largo pane of glass not shown in the cut useful in early spring for warmth that side being turned to the south but in summer to An opening for ventilation tho north is made near iho peak on both Bides and covered with wire cloth The floor Fig 2 is made of inch boards b b and nailed planed side up to tho cleats c c Let both ends of each cleat project threo inches and tho outside edge of each two inches This movable floor must bo of such size that the coop shall rest entirely upon tho ends and edge of the cleats so that when tho doors are closed all rain will be shed outside tho floor Fig 3 shows r I of Sara st ro kaadaome slender gentleman was that His rather earnestness longlsh face merry friendly eyes and n salaa of the mouth gave power of attraction The as high the nose slightly Here and there were traces of - i s but they did not dis- Evidently the young eased with his appearance ii Stm r it The Bonn organist seated himself at the piano and played the melody with such riehness and fulness of expression that the Emperor as well as his com panion were visibly astonished and their astonishment grew as Ucethoven after finishing the melody burst out into a free and independent treatment of the variations which displayed an incredible ricaness of form nnl an almost supernatural power of harmony Good splendid exclaimed the little man with sudden lire as Beethoven finished Excellent But now I should like to hear an original composition The young man from the llhine at once aveded to this request and played a camposition which the little man pronounced not only excellent but also en- Â¬ Krnt In afeaaa man die Rach mcht beilgpn Hallen e Jr A MOVABLE FLOOR AXD SECTION OF COOP -- Â¬ ii SvTjn Â¬ a sect on of this form of coop with the movable floor In its place Every few days tbe door A being opened stand at the rear and taking hold of tho handles slide the coop lengthwise of tbo cleats away from the floor which may then be scraped with a hoe fresh earth t jrcad on and the eoop replaced by reversing the motion This coop it is claimed will keep ont rats and wet mre effectually than any other cheap simple affair N Y World THE POTATO Points on Its Saecessful Caltara Mow to Kill the Bag The potato crop always pays for good clean constant cultivation says the Western Rural As the potato season is short the crop should bo pushed as rapidly as possible Some people begin cultivation even before tho plant apÂ¬ pears above tho ground and it is a good plan especially if tbe weeds bogln to show themselves Cultivation should be continued until the vines cover the ground provided it is necessary to keep tho land clean Different seasons will require different degrees of cultivation perhaps but even in a dry season when the weeds are not ai aggressive stir- Â¬ ring the 3oil and keeping it in fine condition is to assure a greater degree of So perhaps tbe rule laid moisture down should be constant cultivation After horse cultivation is no longer practical the weeds if they start should still bo kept out and it must then bo done by hand A potato field filled with weeds can not produce as good a crop of potatoes as it would if tbe weeds wore not there After the weeds are in fclossom thero is an idea that the woods can not hurt the crop but that cultivation will It is a big error If it wore not a fact that weeds must be supported by a soil that should be made to devote its entire strength to the potatoes it would bo true that it would cost more to harvest tho crop when tho field would bo full of weeds and more than that and worst of all is the seeding of tho ground to weeds for the next season and the expense of WhocTor is an keeping them down Implacable enemy to a weed under all is an excellent friend circumstance to himself and practices economical farming The potato beetle of course will bo Sea on hand for its share of the crop son his meal with Paris green being careful not to mako the mixture too strong It is tho bugs you want to kill and not tho vines Tbe quantity of Paris green that will settle a bug is ex- Â¬ Hence there is no ceedingly smalL Ono of necessity of a strong mixture our mo3t prominent farmers and agricul Â¬ tural writers has not urcd Paris green however for a number of years He cultivates twice a week and attachos to tho end of tho singletree a light brush This brushes off the beetles ahead of the cultivator and many of them are killed But tho Paris green diet is by all odds the most efficient of any thing Push the growth as much as possible and sprinkle with Paris green Â¬ ssl SHOWED TUE LETTER 1 LIRE A TARTETT OF TUING8 TO DO SAID JIM salary will be eight dollars a week tnd if every thing is satisfactory you can start to morrow petition if recommendation m ii I may ask rs brother Max - of To the Emperor Cologne n id showed the letter The the address and seal askol the gentle- - npeited tho stranger a hi 7eror is not at homo ba this evening at his house in the Anpar- Emparor ven minute Thenhecon- - THE BOOT ORG AS 1ST PLATED personal BpB near him per ted Um younp man iiim occasionally was tho tirely new and original in the charac aeter of tho melody and the harmony unusual and almost unheard of Well what do you think of the younj musician from Bonn now asked the Emperor turning to him lie will be one of the first masters of the art said he earnestly and gave asked the cu- or strict atlaUy not so bad said the other though as a musician Le is id I know n tion which he did as soon as tho evening came As th clock struck ww he arrived at the Angarten The t at th door led him up the into a small prettily furnished drawing room the walls of which were entirely covered with colored copper Â¬ plate enpravings of ruins and land Open in out of thit at the left was a loaf narrow room with canary bird cages in the corners and in the fentor a stand on which stood vases containing fragrant flowers At the right of this room was the entrance into two other good sized rooms on of whi was a sittiap room tht other a b room Beethoven was led into the f tner Two gentlemen stood there 08 of them Le reoognized as the man who som times shaved the Emperor The r was short in stature and had a thoroughly good and benevolent face beamm with friendliness Could that ruperor Beethoven Lad im-m to be much taller from tho ten pt ions he had heard of him It was probably not either of them for of course it could not be the barber Ought be to speak to them But then that U not do exactly as tho gentle- men were in the midst of a conversation bo he stood quietly In the doorway and wrlted That is a nice story the taller gen tleman was saying to tho shorter one A new war between Prussia and Aus lut this time not about coun Â¬ try and people but about a man who is worth almost a province to us Thoy tor you throe thousand thalers iucomo while here you receive only red gulden King Frederick Inly a lover of splen- Â¬ dor with whom Emperor Joseph in bis simplicity and poverty oan notcompare for ho must save for his people and consequently count the kreutzers be cause in former Mrres there was too much luxury Now I can not feel angry anting to accept this rmdc for your wife Your fame will not diuiinih becaaaa you go to tho iiy but on the contrary it will increase Therefore Â¬ er That is a prettv story laughed the Uut now I must go Be at the Angarten at seven oclock Whea II thoven related this ooeur- his friend Walstein smiled ard i him to follow the stran gers that he plays tho piano very lite skillful on the violoncello sonatas M composesgrert pen oven but do not usually go very far with II showed a sonata to Mozart v auu asked him what he It Mozart replied The pood but he who com- - Bee thoven his hand And do you know who speaks this decision about you asked the Emperor of the young man Ludwig looked at the little man lie did not know No he answered It is Wolfgang Amadcus Mozart said the Emperor with emphasis uoven gave a mental shout of joy Ard now followed a conversation duung which the Emperor Mozart and Beethcvcnall seated themselves Joseph ask d the young man if be would not like to come to Vienna to live No the wish was not iai king but duty called him back lie spoke with emotion of his good mother and his little brothers and with gratefulness of his patron and r the Elector Max Francis As Med Lis two puests the Lmpe M Beethoven a ring for remem brance It wa one of tho most delightful days He bad of the pr- t composers life seen at oie interview the preatost ruler in the German fatherland and the great est ruler in the kinedom of sound From the G rman of Wolfgang Mullcr in NY Examiner Â¬ Â¬ Graft The method shown in the engraving is a convenient one for grafting stock that Is too larg e for lap grafting and too small for cleft grafting Fig 1 shows the stock with the notch cut in as it would be if filld in with a three cornered file Fig 3 showB the cion cut Everybody You can rely on me said Jim tak Â¬ ing bis leave Jim proceeded to the nearest saloon to treat his friend Neverflush to a drink and while there met an acquaintance named kode Ive struck it rich old man said Oh Jim slapping Goode on the back its a regular snap Im in the news Â¬ paper business now You in tho newspaper business Yes all brain work I just signed a five years contract down at the Herald office to assume entire charge of the ikI itorial department It wont be many before I will be known all over the country Ono of tho conditions of the intract is that my namo is to ap-Â¬ pear as tbe editor in large type So tt at there would bo no misunderstanding I had the size of the type mentioned in tho contract What size was it Double great primer I puess this brain work business is one of your dreams isnt It Not much Get a cool hundred bonei a week too Two more beers barkeep Scene in the Herald office about half an hour later Iusiness Manager to managing ed- Â¬ itor Did you hire anybody to fill that position you were speaking of yester Â¬ day Oh yes I pot a fellow named James Neverflush Hes to start Great Scott You dont mean that tank Why hed be a disgrace to an anarchist paper I didni know ho drank Drink That fellow actually drinks so much that he dont get time to eat Bounce him fire him give him the rowdy dow as soon as possible Next day Goode again met Jim Well how does brain work agreo with you Tho thing Is off I threw up the whole business this morning What for They tried to impose on me Wht do you think tho slinking swindlers wanted to do Give it up Wanted to change the clause in the contract about my namo being sot up in double great primer They wanted to make it ordinary brevier I refused to submit to it Left the office indignant- Â¬ ly Hrevier bah Lewis M Sweet in n complex- Â¬ ions A n n a b e 1 Millard was tho pride and envy of ev Â¬ ery young man in C a 1 u m a t County She was a natural coquette fond of admiration given to fllrt a 1 1 o n s and frequently en Â¬ gaged to be married Her complexion was similar to that of a whole town which has been given up to on election celebration over night Her hair was magnetic in its Influence upon white horses They seemed to follow Her manners were her everywhere those of a hoydenish maiden of the plains untrammeled by tho enthral ments of social amenities of city life Her bands wore gems of frosco work for on their alabaster surface tho sun had deep impigmented those freckles which come naturally only to tho girl who scorns the danger of exposure to the elements Her feet bado grim deflanco to the clods and ruts of the country road In short sho possessed all of the fascinating graces of a young lady grown up out of doors on the farm without ma- Â¬ ternal restraint or guidance But alack-a-da- y her Uncle John came from California with a belt around his waist full of pure gold Nay more her Uncle John bore In his pockets big wads of bank notes of phenomenal value and owned cattle upon a thousand as I was remarking hills Alack-a-da- y Annabels Uncle John came home and died He did not die Immediately but lingered for weeks suffering tho pangs of mania a potv that grim destroyer of youth and beauty as well as of age and homeliness Annabels own hand ad Â¬ ministered the valerian et ammonia wb ich alone could soothe bis pains and drive away the phantoms which pursued him In dn course of time however her dear Uncle John died and was buried Ills will was brie and very much to the point He left all of his worldly goods to his beloved niece Annabel Millard Hut there was a proviso Not one penny of it should Annabel have until she was twenty five years of age and had spent seven years In certain designated East- Â¬ ern schools This was a cruel blow to her numerÂ¬ ous admirers but upon no other condi- Â¬ tion was sho to be bis heiress Anna- Â¬ bel mourned over her uncle as sho ought to have done under tho circum- Â¬ stances and then she went to Chicago and was sentenced to six weeks with the dress maker At the conclusion of her first absence from home she return- Â¬ ed to the old cabin and her friends scarcely recognized her The white horses alone were true to her and fol- Â¬ seven years lowed her i Well as seven or eight away passed years will do and Annabel came home Her hair was auto claim her fortune burn her hands had lost their health- Â¬ ful freckles her face was becomingly pale her feet had corns her bustle was tremendous her head upright as a ther- Â¬ mometer and her gait was wholly changed Pebbles would hurt her feet Sho was a different girl Climate and soil had changed her She got the forÂ¬ This new and excellent S250 shoe is equal to any and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES 350 shoe It grows more EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT FOE HESS AND WOMEN EVERY PAIR SVARA1TTEED i THE NEWEST HATS I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODSD Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion POWELL OLIVER PLOWS A RACKET ive money by calling on i STORE First Doer Ahom Tarn ggg BB vraTEa hot Ink Comet Flour Sitter- Gallon Coffee 1ot 26 inch haml Saw t Suspenler trurn BfHILflSflMsfl Covered Bakets 15c ap Quart Collee Tot I pwged meat Fork- Kir Kitchen Spoon Milk Skimmers Fine Salt and Pepper tors Napkins up I Tlie largest linen II 4- - Towel Mens and Boys HEAVY tune AN VJfrARDONABLE SD OFFENSE F MMHM AT COST - IPOH -- j3LTU Dnpiiunizeisllp SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- - GENTRY JJ 41- BKO- - I M iIIK Hardware S rt2 Tinware ffooflenware AND WAGON MAKERS House FurnisMng Goods BROOKS CHENAULT vit- - BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Richmond Kentucky 40 First Messenger Boy I hear Cully is goin to be expelled from the Messenger Boys Labor Union Second M B Whats be done F M B He was caught runnln Puck VOODOO Thousand Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March IUT Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 19 1890 B COOK Wg WORSHIPERS AT THE NOTION COUNTER Texas Siftings A A Bargain In Hamburg Which However Did Mot Lead to a Sale j rt and know you mill always I knoT 1 r gayety and liffht heartednese ex- n and word their joys and sorrows Danish Idea Denmark has organized a new system of State butter shows The scheme in- Â¬ cludes a continuous butter show at tb4 expense of the State during several months in each year where fresh samples of butter will bo received every fourteen days tho j rtgast1 decision to bo given on tho butter as received and its condition at the ond of fourteen days The samples are to bo sent im Â¬ mediately on the receipt of a letter or t lepram so that the dairymen will not bo able to mako a special cask for exhl- bition and the samples are to be re- peated as often as required Competing dairies must send in a return of the feeding and system generally followed on tbo farm with special reference to the week during which tho samples are sent in At present the number o HOW TO GRAFT dairies entered is three hundred and fit the notch Fig 3 shows the cion sixty Nine judges hnvo been selectod to by a cord wound about it held in place and these act in groups of three each and tied All the exposed surface of the each group recording an independent stock and cion should be covered with opinion on each sample which is wax By sliding the cion up or down a checked by those of tho other two little in the notch a very clone matching groans Each group will consist of two ac uu butter merchants and one dairy expert of tbe barx may ue ujuu as pood results from using this method The exhibitors are paid tho usual as any I have erwmt tried and think loss market rale for their exhibt s Tho skill is required in getting a good joint win U held at intervals of a Farm and Homo Ight dwring ipht months of the yc tr Cotuttrj Gentlemrn II s Honors Joke asked the Whats this next case Where Wlli n Penn Is Bnrled judge Few people perhaps are aware that The prisoner was arrested for ogling William Penn is buried in England women said tho writes Eugene Field in tho Chicago sort of stare case His last resting place is at a and the prisoner laughed so News Jordans within a few y that tho judge was very small village miles of London Several years ago s L Jury wealthy American expended i500 in se Â¬ Its Colonels Carriage curing and setting up guide posts pointr Mr Nc wrieh Colonel Ilapicr has a ing the way to tho spot whore the grand I confess I envy old Quaker sleeps his last sleep I have tried to lern tbe name of that Ameri11 dear surely we can but so far I have failed 1 suspect Do you know whero that Mr George W Childs of Philadel phia was tbe can Mr Newricb Yes at West Point Why Mabel What Look At what These HamburgsP Well Only nineteen cents a yard 3 m Why Katel Did you ettrf Ive paid thirty five cents often for poorer So have Just seo tho width of it And such lovely patterns Perfoctly beautiful And tho quality Its the very bett Now how lovely this piece would be whispers for a Ive a notion to get enough of this whispers for a pair of Its a bargain Indeed it ts See this cxquitUe acorn pattern its only I Think Wonder if theres enough for no a remnant Theres enough for a pair of sleeves so Heautiful could make it do Im afraid Oh a this piece How lovely i But they dont boy any after all Drakes Maeatlne lowing story though the joke was at his own expense Once while on a lectur- Â¬ ing tour through England ho was in- Â¬ troduced to a small village audience in these terms Ladles and gentleman 1 ave the omor to introduce to you the distinguished lecturer Mr John B Gougb who will haddress us on the sub Â¬ You know that ject of temperance temperanco is thought to be a very dry subject but to night as wo listen to our friend the horator from tbe hocean we ope to aTO the miraclo of Samson repeated and to be refreshed with water trom tho jawU no of a haiw hnt it John A Good Temperance Sigyy B Gough used to tell the fol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Southern NeproM Stlli B lleve 1m Fetiches Tho most superstitious people In tho world perhaps are the negroes among whom any combination of odds and ends as Incongruous as the Ingredients of the witches hell broth in Macbeth becomes fetich This expression comes from a Portuguese word meaning magic and is any thing in nature or art to which magio power is ascribed such as stones or cer-Â¬ tain parts of plants animals etc Curi- Â¬ ously enough all the civilization which has surrounled the negroes in the South- Â¬ ern States has according to the Chicago Journal not been sufficient to disarm Voodoo or their belief In fetiches fetlchlsm is still practiced considerably In some of the Southern States by ne- Â¬ groes who are believed to possess special powers and to bo able by the prepara- Â¬ tion of certain charms to bring about whatever their patrons may desire In 18S1 a criminal trial occurred in Sumter County 8 C in which the defend- Â¬ ant was a colored man by the namo of Johnston who had trilled another named Davis the former having in his possession a charm which had been given to him by an aged negro named Orange Issacs a voodoo con- Â¬ him that it who assured jurer would protect him from all dan- Â¬ ger as a result of his crime The ob- Â¬ ject of the murder was to enable the criminal to marry the widow of the murdered man The charm riven him by tbe conjurer was composed of bees wax foxs hat a little sand from the shoe of the person who was to be killed and a drakes foot tbe whole being sewed up in a small cotton bag which he was to wear over his heart next tc his skin This it was claimed would obtain for him the love of the woman whom he desired In addition to this he was to get a charmed bullet which he was to fire at Davis The negro thus protected shot his rival buried him and proceeded to take possession of the widow who as it appeared was no wise The body was found and reluctant various circumstances traced the crime to Johnston who was put on trial Tbe jury comprised nine whites and three blacks and a vast throng of negroes surrounded the court house while the trial was going on Curiously enough two of the men composing the jury were taken violently ill and others had to b Johnston was substituted for them found guilty and was sentenced to be hanged Three hours after the sentence the sheriff of the county whose business it was to hang him a robust man in the prime of health dropped dead The murderer was however executed Â¬ Â¬ nope ouo I desire to sell or rent privately tbe have rented of J W Mackey afcl two story Bnrber Shop at Hotel Glyndon aud large Hope our business will continue the old friends and customers will come to see me as I have two nf the best barn Woik done with tdtimted on a go corner lot in Ellw JKa an M bers in the city ti t arry Wa wll alaohow yoo how Ur neatness and dispatch on Ky known a the Htan proper Â¬ Bnn lunar writ otict Wa pay all aprt rharaa 44- ty H H COLYKK E H FARMER I Â¬ Our jsajsfsjtrtj and to mTr Mio onr Mpcrto foods wovTill MndrrRrE oofb localitv tso4E lmoi IbM who m Only bo ItMit one A ran tnafcc ftitre of tov have tod tlM chaaour it i ft turn wtao liot oor ajoirda to roll aiKhhnii tho aajdl tlsoao around jom Tha bo iftii ftnTiinr cf Ol onddTvTtfjaa Ulc- of tha akwt the amall TH faOowio eat aivrt u appooraaca oc it reBaa m MftlDfll the world 8IJT riFREE 1 1 MB T5 Q lyndon kk Shop For Sale or Hent lists of City and Country Prop- Â¬ ld and bought on CiHiimiwiiiu Correspondence solicited and prompt attention given aa Office in John Iennetta law office Branch office at Stockton dt 39- Hrooks Drug Store erty rnerty p 185 Mules For Sale We have one hundred mule colts ami eighty five yearling for sale Strictly good and sold in number to iiit purchasers Six mile east of Iticbmoud on the Speedwell pikf 17- COLYFR Â¬ STORE HOUSE ha I a c l HH4DA SPRING 18 HERE AND 30 ARE WE -- WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF-- oi SPRING LADIES SHOES LADIES we have the fin- Â¬ est line of FOOT WEAR in CLOTHINGTlo Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishing Qood EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND mm GENTLEMEN shoes it will pay Richmond and all in the REMEMBER WE DO K8T SELL GOODS AT COST BUT WE DO BUSINESS IN A STRAIGHT FORWARD HONEST WAY LATEST STYLES yon to call and see our mam- Â¬ moth stock of Shoes before We have them buying KID BUTTON IN OPERA TOE FRENCH TOE PARIS TOE Common Sense Toe fWThese Shoes bear our brand and every pair is war ranted IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO BOYS SHOES IN Sell Honest Goods at a Fair HONEST Living Profit SMALL PROFIT PRICE OUR MOTTO TREATMENT PERFECT FITS AND ONE FIXED ALL QUALITIES a9aTUemember that yon jet A GUARANTEE with EVERY PAIR VORIES SOHOOLFIELDOO One Price Clothiers 30- - Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West Main Street Richmond Kentucky J t cV t SUPPLEMENT rTTSTfc-iifia-nf-- j T Vg-V-V i H Â¬ Â¬ r r 1IH ANNABEL Has Influences of Climate Her Fort nix Bow She Got VOLUME A STORY III First Visit RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY The words were spoken with such THE NEW EDITOR warmth and kindness that the tears came into the others eyes as ho exclaimed By the grace of your MajesHow HeCamo to Throw Up His ty I stay Position Your Majesty the little man had said Beethoven started with dismay PAPEB published Joseph then turned to the young man in a large Yesirn and said with the same affability Ha town was in reed there you are of a young man Beethoven attempted to make some excuses but the words would not come It was not necessa to his lips Your Majesty I beg your rj for him to be a full fledged editor forgiveness your Majesty told me that or part icula r y you sometimes eh sometimes gifted in carelessly Yes I shave myself laughed Joseph handling the truth and related the story of his meeting with as the position was the newcomer to the little man Then COOPS FOR CHICKENS ThU la the Simplest and Dest Md 1 Beside Katlly Made The season Is at band when coops for chickens arc in demand As success de Â¬ WEDNESDAY APRIL 30 1890 i V7 SUPPLEMENT we w NUMBER 46 OF BEETHOVEN to Vienna The Groat Composers HEN Beethoven MM the he continued nvasician Now give motho letter and to help hiui ne read it then turning to tho other along sent him for again My brother Max Franz recom- Â¬ Vienna which was tho al eeatsraf the world at that mended this young man to me as a tal oaaa of throe of the greatest ented musician who improvises es r who ever lived Mozart Haydn preially well Suppose we give him a The elector pave him a trial immediately oinnendation to his brother The little man nodded Emperor of Germany and Do you agree Uerr von Beethoven Archduke of Austria which he was to asked the Emperor J With pleasure answered tho young iv r to the Emperor himself any days after his arrival in musician So they moved over to the ho dressed himself in his best grand piano which stood open in the toe the royal castle with the room Have you ever played music by Moi hi pocket Although he had n some degree his dread of zart oseph nodding to the asked n wth people in a higher other gentleman Why should I not of life than his own still it was replied tho some feeling of trepidation young fellow thought of meeting the mighty Ani what do you think of him whole German Empire That he is the most musical chann A he passed through tho door which la f inexhaustible master the world has lif Emperors apartments he ever seen said Beethoven enthusiasi a moment to consider what he tically Johann Sebastian Bach may say to his Majesty Just then a stand higher in church music Handel dressed gentleman came into the in oratorio but on tho stage tho Salzm and attracted by the young burg composer exc Is even Glnck in rranner advanced toward him versatility and in characterization of in- Â¬ Where do you wish to go he asked dividuals and situations Do you know his works by heart oven looked at the speaker asked the Emperor nodding with pleas- Â¬ was making fun of ure Your Majesty may demand what you ne whole expression of the will replies the musician Joseph thought a minute then said Flay and make variations on the Aria terested in was about sixteen years of ajje be was court organist in Bonn on tbc Rhine Max Francis the elector of Cologne who had bis residence in the royal palace in Ilonn became inÂ¬ SiL 1 young one aninsigniflcant Â¬ I Â¬ amount of talent Jim Neverfiush applied for tho position Jim was a worthless kind cf a man totally unreliable He also drnk like tho star of a minstrel oombinat on Tho position is not a good one Haid tho editor to whom he applied candidly and the work is not entirely in the lit erary line Oh that dont make any difference to me said Jim in fact I like to have a variety of things to do it kinder breaks tho monotony Youll get all the variety you wnnt Sometimes you would be asked to w ite wrappers as wo send out many sample Â¬ Â¬ require and did not a vast pends largely on the kind of shelter provided we hero present the illustra- Â¬ tion of a triangular coop with movable floor This coop Is recommended as among the best by H H Stoddard in his manual on poultry architecture and is moreover easily made Mako tho coop of half inch stuff so that it might be light and moved easily a piece of wood being fastened to tho roof as in tho figure each side for a handle Tho door A is bingod to open upward A small door in tho rear allows the chickens to pass out that way when the and soil work in wonders LI MATE manners hab-Â¬ its and even n complex Ions Anna fa e 1 Millard was the pride and envy of ev- Â¬ ery young man in C a 1 u m a t County She was a natural coquette fond of admiration given to flirt a t i o n s and frequently en Â¬ gaged to bo married Her complexion was similar to that of s whole town which has been given up to on election celebration over night Her hair was magnetic in its influence upon white horses They seemed to follow Her manners were her everywhere those of a hoydenish maiden of the plains untrammeled by tho enthral ments of social amenities of city life Her hands wore gems of frosco work for on their alabaster surface tho sun had deep impigmented those freckles which come naturally only to the girl who scorns the danger of exposure to the elements Her feet bado grim deflanco to the clods and ruts of tho country road In short she possessed all of the fascinating graces of a young lady grown up out of doors on the farm without maÂ¬ ternal restraint or guidance But alack-a-da- y her Uncle John came from California with a belt around his waist full of pure gold Nay more her Uncle John bore In his pockets big wads of bank notes of phenomenal value and owned cattle upon a thousand as I was remarking hills Alack-a-da- y Annabels Undo John camo home and died He did not die immediately but lingered for weeks suffering tbo pangs of mania a potv that grim destroyer of youth and beauty as well as of ago and homeliness Annabels own hand ad- Â¬ ministered the valerian tt ammonia which alono could soothe bis pains and drive away the phantoms which pursued htm In duv course of time however her dear Uncle John died and was buried His will was brie and very much to the point Ho left all of his worldly goods to his beloved niece Annabel Millard Hut there was a proviso Not one penny of it should Annabel have until she was twenty five years of ago and had spent seven years In certain designated Eastern schools This was a cruel blow to bcr numer- Â¬ ous admirers but upon no other condi- Â¬ tion was she to be his heiress Anna- Â¬ bel mourned over her uncle as she ought to have done under tho circum- Â¬ stances and then she went to Chicago and was sentenced to six weeks with the dress maker At the conclusion of her first absence from bom she return- Â¬ ed to the old cobin and her friends scarcely recognized her The white horses alone were true to her and folseven years lowed her i Well away as seven or eight passed years will do and Annabel came home to claim her fortune Her hair was au- Â¬ burn her hands hod lost their health- Â¬ ful freckles her faco was becomingly pale her feet had corns her bustle was tremendous her head upright as a ther- Â¬ and her gait was wholly mometer changed Pebbles would hurt her fcot She was a different girl Climate and soil had changed her She got the for- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ This new and excellent S250 shoe is equal to any and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES 350 shoe It grows more EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT FOE ME1T AND WOMHST EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED THE NEWEST HATS I HAVE BESIDES KEGULAR LINES OF ABOVE A TKIASOVLAH CH1CKEX COOP Â¬ Â¬ of i j MIUWLD TUE LETTKE gentleman was that His rather earnestness longish face merry friendly eyes and xpression of the mouth gave wuliar power of attraction The 1 was high the nose slightly und there were traces of in but they did not dis- Evidently the young i with bis appearance To the Emperor fcaadauuic Blend wn t iu iIK son beflVn Hallen Krrat man die Rach nlcht The Bonn organist seated himself at the piano and played the melody with such rhhnes and fulness of expression that the Emperor as well as his companion were visibly astonished and their astonishment grew as Beethoven after finishing the melody burst out into a free ana independent treatment of the variations hich displayed an incredible riciiness of form anl an al- most supernatural power of harmony Good splendid exclaimed the little with sudden lire as Beethoven finished Excellent But now I should like to hear an original composition The young man from the Bhine at once a ceded to this request and played a composition which tbc little man pronounced not only excellent but also en- Â¬ Sarastro copies each week One of my strong points is socking sample copies throughout the country 1 am pleased to hear it There are other thincs you would bo expected to do For instance tho pasto would have to be mixed each morning and tho office swept Certainly sir And never let the scissors get djll Make it a point to see that they are kept in good condition for writing the origi Â¬ nal humor column I will sir Can you set type I am sorry to say 1 dont Thats too bad for you could have made yourself useful setting up ho mail list during your lunch hour The -- door A is closed in cold weather In one roof is set a largo pane of glass not shown in the cut useful in early spring for warmth that side being turned to the south but in summer to An opening for ventilation tho north is made near tho peak on both sides and covered with wire cloth The floor Fig 1 is made of inch boards b b and nailed planed side up to tho cleats c c Let both ends of each cleat project threo inches and tho outside edge of each two inches This movable floor must be of such size that the coop shall rest entirely upon tho ends and edge of the cleats so that when tho doors are closed all rain will be shed outside tho floor Fig 3 shows 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The X atest Styles in Goods and Make IA LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion MOVABt F FIOOB ASD SECTIOS5 A A OF COOr a sect on of this form of coop with the movable floor in its place Every few days the door A being opened stand at the rear and taking bold of the handles slide the coop lengthwise of tho cleats away from the floor which may then be scraped with a hoe fresh earth rpread on and the coop replaced by reversing the motion ThU coop it Is claimed will keep ont rats and wet more effectually than any other cheap simple affair N Y World Points on POWELL OLIVER PLOWS W A RACKET ave money by calling on STORE First Dcor Abon Far- RE SjfSB IBS Nr9 2 HOT VTATE iai THE POTATO Its Successful Cslturs Kill the Muss Â¬ 1 IIKE A VAKIETY OF TU1NOS TO DO SAID JIM oamendation in U I may ask - brother Max I ctor of Cologne I hoven showed the letter The and the address and seal a Ivod it thegontlo- - m ripested tho stranger a minute Thenhecon- r is not at homo ra this evening at louse in the Angar- -- I I ie Emperor personal hoven 1 Boa near him per young man was the iim occasionally i the otl ijc jsl not so bad said the other Liou rh as a musician Le is itially or strict asked the mu- - that he plays the piano very quite skillful on the violoncello ven composes sonatas rod Beethoven but great pen not usually go very far with II showed a sonata to Mozart bar day anJ asked him what he it Mozart replied The pood but he who com ach better That is a pretty story laughed the But now I must go Be at tb- Angarten at seven oclock Win ven related this occur 1 know - - red 1 him to follow the stran gers Suggestion which he did as soon as tho evening rime As thi clock struck e a rivod at the Angarten The servant at th door led him up the ntj a small prettily furnished drawing room the walls of which wore entirecovered with colored copper- rlato engravings of ruins and land- - out of thit at the left was a long narrow room with canary bird sages in th- corners and in the center a stand on which stood vases containing fragrant flowers At the right of this room was the entrance into two other good sized rooms one of which was a sitting room the other a b room Beethoven was led into the n mcr Two gentlemen stood there One f them he rerognlzed as the man who sometimes shaved the Emperor The - was short in stature and had a pfclV good and benevolent face beaming with friendliness Could that le the Emperor Beethoven Lad im I him to be much taller from tho itions he had heard of him It was probably not either of them for of course it could not be the barber Ought he to speak to them But then that would not do exactly as the gentle Â¬ men were in the midst of a conversation So he stood qnletly in the doorway and wrired That is a nice story the taller gen Â¬ tleman was saying to tho shorter one A new war between Prussia and Aus Â¬ tria But this time not about coun Â¬ try and people but about a man who is province to us Thoy safe you three thousand thalers incomo while here yon receive only Irod gulden King Frederick m II is certainly a lover of splen iiota Emperor Joseph in bis simplicity and poverty can notcompare or ho must save for hta twvwile-- and consequently count the kreuttera be Â¬ cause in former times there was too much luxury Now I can not fori angry with you for wanting to accept tbis rovide for your wife and child of conn Your fame will cause you go to tho Kit rTt tJm will increase Therefore - Walstein smiled and j s and know you will always keep No I knovt a J Austria tbur joys and sorrows gayety and ligbt heartedness oajg and word true hearted salary will be eight dollars a week and rapidly as possible Some people begin if every thing is satisfactory you can cultivation even before tho plant ap pears above tho ground and it is a good start to morrow You can rely on me said Jim tak- plan especially if tbo weeds begin to y Bhow themselves Cultivation shonld ing his leave Jim proceeded to tbo nearest saloon bo continued until the vines cover the ground provided it is necessary to keep to treat his friend Neverflush toadrirk the land clean Different seasons will and while there met an acquaintance require different degrees of cultivation named Goode Ive struck it rich old man sid perhaps but even in a dry season when tho weeds are not ai aggressive stirOh Jim slapping Goode on the back and fine its a regular snap Im in the news ring the soil assurekeeping It indegreecondition is to a greater of paper business now So perhaps the rule laid moisture You in tho newspaper business Yes all brain work I just signed a down should be rontant cultivation five years contract down at the Herald After horse cultivation is no longer practical the weeds if they start office to assume entire charge of the editorial department It wont be many should still bo kept out and it must A potato field will bo known all over then be done by band the country One of tho conditions of filled with weeds can not produce as the contract is that my name is to ap- good a crop of potatoes as it would if pear as the editor in large type So that tho weeds wore not there After the THE MHO OHGAX1ST PLAYED there would be no misunderstanding I weeds are in tlossom there is an idea had the size of the type mentioned in that the weeds can not hurt the crop tirely new and original in the charac but that cultivation will It is a big tho contract acter of tho melody and the harmony error What size was it unusual and almost unheard of If it were not a fact that weeds must Double great primer Well vhit do you think of the I guess this brain work business is bo supported by a soil that should bo young musician from Bonn now made to dovote its entire strength to one of your dreams isnt it asked the Emperor turning to him Not much Get a cool hundred bones a tho potatoes it would bo true that it will be one of the first masters would cost more to harvest tho crop week too Two more beers barkeep of the art said he earnestly and gave Scene in the Herald offloo about half when tho field would ho full of weeds Beethoven his hand and more than that and worst of all is And do you know who speaks this an hour later Business Manager to managing ed- the seeding of the ground to weeds for decision about you asked the Emperor of the young man Ludwlg looked at itor Did you hire anybody to fill that the next season and the expense of Whocror is an position you were speaking of yester keeping them down the little man Be did not know Implacable enemy to a weed under all day No he answered is an excellent friend Oh yes I got a fellow named James circumstances It is Wolfgang Amadcus Mozart to himself and practices economical Iveverflush Hes to start said the Emperor with emphasis Oreat Scott You dont mean tht farming uoven ga ve a mental shout of Joy The potato beetle of coarse will bo And now followed a conversation tank Why hed be a disgrace to an Sea Â¬ on hand for its share of the crop dunng which the Emperor Mozart and anarchist paper son his meal with Paris green being Beethoven all seated themselves Joseph I didnt know ho drank asked the young man if he would not careful not to mako the mixture too Drink That actually like to come to Vienna to live No the so much that he fellow got time drinks strong It is tho bugs you want to kill to eat dont wish was not lacking but duty called and not tho vines The quantity of hi ui back lie spoke vwlh emotion of Bounce him flro him givo him tLe Paris green that will settle a bug Is exbis good mother and his little brothers rowdy dow as soon as possible Hence there is no ceedingly small Next day Goodo again met Jim and with gratefulness of his patron and One of necessity of a strong mixture l Max Francis As Well how does brain work agrco our mo3t prominont farmers and agricul- Â¬ iis two guests with you the Lrripe he gave Beethoven a ring for rememTho thing is off I threw up the tural writers has not used Paris green however for a number of years lie brance whole business this morning It was one of the most delightful days cultivates twice a week and attaches to What for Ho had of the great composers life They tried to impose on mo TVbut the end of tho singletree a light brush seen at one interview the greatest ruler do you think tho slinking swindlers This brushes off the beetles ahead of in the German fatherland and the great tho cultivator and many of them are wanted to do est ruler in the kingdom of sound killed But tho Paris green diet is by From the drnan of Wolfgang Muller Give it up in NY Examiner Wanted to change the clause in the all odds the most efficient of any thing contract about my namo being sot up in Push the growth as much as possible Everybodys Graft double great primer They wanted to and sprinkle with Paris green The method shown In the engraving mako it ordinary brevier I refused to AT THE NOTION COUNTER Is a convenient one for grafting stock submit to it Left the office indignan is too large for lap grafting and too ly Brevier bah that Lewis M Sweet in A Bargain In IIambarss Which However Did Mot Lead to a sale small for cleft grafting Fig 1 showB Texas S f tings as it Why Mabell the stock with the notch cut in would be if iill d in with a three What A Danish Idea Look cornered file Fie 2 shows thecion cut Denmark has organized a new system At what of State butter shows The scheme InThese Hamburgs cludes a continuous butter show at the Well expense of the State during several Only nineteen cents a yard months in each yoar where fresh Why Kstet samples of butter will bo received crery Did you eterr fourteen days the Jwljosf decision to Ive paid thirty fire cents often for bo given on tho but tor as recelvod and its condition at the end of fourteca poorer So have days The samples arc to bo sent Im Â¬ Just see tbo width of itP mediately on the receipt of a letter or And such lovely patterns telegram so that the dairymen will not Perfectly beavtifvW bo able to mako a special cask for exhiAnd tho quality bition and the samples are to be re Its the very batT peated as often as required Competing Now bow lovely this piece would be dairies must send in a return of the whispers feeding and system generally followed for a Ive n notion to get enough of this on tho farm with special reference t whispers the week during which tho samples m for a pair of Its a bargain sent in At present the number of HOW TO CRAFT Indeed it fs dairies entered is threo hundred ami to fit the notch F ig 3 shows the cion sixty Nino judges have been selected See tbis exqufriU acorn pattern held in place by a cord wound about it and these act in groups of three each Beautiful and tied All the exposed surface of the each group recording an independent Wonder if theres enough for no Stock and cion should be covered with opinion on each sample which M its only a remnant cion up or down s wax By sliding tbo Theres enough for a pair of sloe ves checked by those of the other two little in the notch a very close matching groups Each group will consist of two Think so I could mako It do of the bark mJ Ik made I have had butter merchants and one dairy export rom using this method mtoo Im afraid Oh tee tbia piece are paid tho usual and think loss The exhibitors as any I have evor tried How lovely Th good joint market rate for their exhibits skill is required in getting a hnt it shows wiil be bold at intervals of a Farm and Homo But they dont buy any after all ight months of tho rrht durin Drakes Magazine H Honors Joko Country Gentlcm n yi r asked the A Good Temperance SQJJ Whats this next case Where William Penn Is Burled John B Gough used to tell the fol- Â¬ Few people perhaps are aware that lowing story though tho joko was at his e prisoner was arrested for ogling William Penn is burled in England own expense Once while on a lecturworn said tho writes Eugene Field in the Chicago ing tour through England ho was insort of stare case His last resting place is at e prisoner laughed so News troduced to a small village audience in at the judge was very small village Jordans within a few these terms Ladies and gentleman I of London Several years ago it ave tho omor to introduce to you the wealthy American expended 300 in sc distinguished lecturer Mr John B Thi- Caleneli Carriage ouring and setting up guide posts pointGough who will haddress us on the sub Â¬ Bapior has a ing the way to the spot where the grand ject of temperance Colonel Mr You know that I confess I envy no curriaip old Quaker sleeps his last sleep I bavu tompersneo Is thought to be a very dry him tried to learn the namo of that Ameri- subjeot but to night as wo listen to ill dear surely wo can but so far I have failed 1 suspect our friend the horstor from the hocean you know where that Mr George W Childs of Philadel Do we ope to are the miracle of Samson phia was the man repeated and to bo refreshed with water si Point from the jawlx uo of a hosts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The potato crop always pays for good clean constant cultivation says the Western Rural As the potato season is short the crop should bo pushed as Comet Flour Sifters lallon Coffee Tor 2 inch ham 8 Suspeniler lrorn Covered Baaked Quart Coffee PW I prone 1 meat Fork Kit Kitchen Spooa Milk Skimmer- Fine Salt and P 10c 4- - I NpkiiK The largest ToweL tors linen up Ilisck 121c Mens and Boys HEAVY Â¬ I tune SD F DMWEAt Â¬ AN IXrABDONABLE OrFEJiSE stvir Sky Xi m AT COST i -- JJjLZ IFOH SHACKELFORD -- SZJEl OF- - Dnp ii aid Size is Op GENTRY JJ 41- - DEALEKS IN ALL KINDS BKU- - M Clll N Â¬ Â¬ Hardware First Messenger Boy I hear Cully Is goin to be expelled from the Messenger I03s Labor Union Second M I Whats ho done F M It Ho was caught runnln Puck VOODOO Thousmatl Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON House FnrnisMni Goods BROOKS CHENAULT Real Esta te Brokers Richmond 40 K BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March mjrsBmriwK no wkt Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 19 1890 erty Â¬ WORSHIPERS TgfHl One - nilLl - twactiDnffhf FREE BIHTTrl n I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Muxt of Southern NesTOa StUi B Only tbo who n bo tot I once ran make mot of llrTe In Fetiche to na rhiarf All yoa riav tod in The most superstitious people In the return is to aliim our fMi 19 Bvirhrmra I desire to sell or rent privately the world perhaps are the negroes among Mackey his I have rented Tha b J Md thoM around to AYrunrrsBff atnntnfthfofatnal anl uf the trlf- - Bnrber Shop atofHotel VGlyuilon aud large two story thia adrt lament whom any combination of odds and ends iTTUiH fautwa r it reduced to Hope our To following i tes ih- - a imraiie will continue the business as inconjrruous as the ingredients of the We have one hundred mule colts and old friends and customers will eome to witches hell broth In Macbeth becomes eighty five yenrlings for sale Strictly see me as I have two of the best bar fetich This expression comes from a o uit pur- Â¬ sold in Woik done with siuriled on a good corner lot in Ellis good and Six milesnumbers Ricboaood tiers in the city bla r of Portuguese word meaning magic and is bowt th flfWb -- rt y t bulk It will Johow you her east of chasers neatness and dispatch trrrrdr any thing in nature or art to which magio eSTaMhafrom 3 wIO ion Ky known as l lie Hoitan proper on the Speedwell pike Utrpaner BHuwrHllict W jrll pr rbarf- 44- 17 122 power is ascribed such as stones or cer- Â¬ K H FARM EH H H A D A COLYER H H COLYER tain parts of plants animals etc Curi- Â¬ ously enough all the civilization which has surrounled the negroes in the South ern States has according to the Chicago Journal not been sufficient to disarm Voodoo or their belief in fetiches fetichism is still practiced considerably in some of the Southern States by ne Â¬ groes who are believed to possess special WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF- powers and to bo able by the prepara- Â¬ tion of certain charms to bring about whatever their patrons may desire In 1SSI a criminal trial occurred in Sumter County 8 C In which the defend- Â¬ ant was a colored man by the namo of Johnston who had trilled another named Davis the former having in his possession a charm which had been given to him by an aged negro named Orange Issacs a voodoo con- Â¬ him that it who assured jurer Goods would protect him from all dan MEN SHOES ger as a result oi nis crime I ne ob- Â¬ ject of the murder was to enable the criminal to marry the widow of the BROUGHT TO RICHMOND murdered man The charm given him Â¬ by the conjurer was composed of beesGENTLEMEN it will pay LADIES we have the fin- Â¬ wax foxs hair a little sand from the yon to call and see our mam- Â¬ est line oi FOOT WEAR in shoe of the person who was to be killed and a drakes foot the whole being REMEMBER WE DO HOT SELL GOODS AT COST moth stock of Shoes before Richmond and all in the sewed up in a small cotton bag which We have them buying ho was to wear over his heart next to LATEST STYLES BUT WE DO BISINKSS IN A STRAIGHT his skin This it was claimed would obtain for him the love of the woman FORWARD HONEST WAY whom he desired In addition to this HAND SEWED CALF OPERA TOE he was to get a charmed bullet which he to Are at Davis The nogro thus was KANGAROO Proiit Sell Honest Goods at a Fair FRENCH TOE protected shot his rival buried him and BOYS SHOES IN proceeded to take possession of the PARIS TOE widow who as it appeared was no wise ALL QUALITIES Common Sense Toe Tho body was found and reluctant various circumstances traced the crime HONEST TREATMENT ataWRemember tint you get gjtfThese Shoes bear our to Johnston who was put on trial The A GUARANTEE with EVERY every pair is war brand and SHALL PROFIT PERFECT FITS AND ONE FIXED jury comprised nino whites and three PAIR i ranted blacks and a vast throng of negroes surPRICE rounded the court house while the trial was going on Curiously enough twe of the men composipg the jury were taken violently ill and others had to be substituted for them Johnston wai found guilty and was sentenced to be banged Threo hoars after the sentence the sheriff of the county whoso business it was to hang him a robust man in the One Price Clothiers Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West Main Street Richmond Kentucky prime of health dropped dead The 3y- murderer was however executed ater the worm nA vuriiniinurt to intrMnonr aniiftid ndt MFC foods fapnrrBRMJH towill locality etrb - Tie Qlyndon Bark Shop For Sale or Rent Large lists of City and Country Prop- Â¬ Property sold and bought on Commission Correspondence solicited and prompt atteuticu given drOfllce iu John llennetts law cfHce Branch office at Stockton A 3Rrooks Drug 8tore 185 Mules For Sale m STORE HOUSE tr- lfc ty SPRING 18 HERE AND 80 ARE WE -- o SPRING CLOTHING Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishing EVER o LADIES SHOES IT KID BUTTON IN IN ALL STYLES Lmig OUR MOTTO Â¬ TORIES SCHOOLFIELDCO i M- - Madison County TENTH Fair Association THE NEGRO QUESTION- - B R Forraan In N O Tlmes DemooraU ANNIAL EXHIBITION TO BE KELT AT RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO lg I89O The follow ing stake and purses WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK 1890 OF FAIR STAKES PURSES TSAftliyS To 3 year olds 350 00 To 4 year olds 400 00 ree To voo class 500 00 XBVX2TE STAEES For 1 ear old To -- 140 class 500 00 ixriation mile beau To 700 00 230 class two in three To 223 class 1000 00 o to accompany nomination Ji Five per cent to accompany nomination I and 10 additional win h i forfeit 5 per cent additional to day preceding race start to be paid on day preceding race and three to start all purses The stakes and purses are to be divided Sixty per cent to hn t 2 per cent to second and ic per cent to third eat The rules of the National Trottiner Horse Association shall Anv horse distancing the field or any part of it shall be entitled fir- - noney to Entry Blanks furnished on application Ad mmunicatioits to I SHELBY IRVINE President M B ARBUCKLE Secretary to fill STATrpfl n added by mile heats In f Best three In Ave a 3S 4 Richmond Kenticky HA TOACQTJArKTE 7TITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COTTNTHY WILL OBTAEW MUCH VALUABLE IKrOEMATION FHOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF MAN Spencer St John K C M G Scribner Wei ford New York The English in the West Indies Froude An Appeal to Pharaoh The Negro Prob- Â¬ lem and Its Radical Solution Fords Howard Hurlbert New York These three books deserve the careful and thoughtful study of every pa- Â¬ triotic American Bir Spencer 8t John was for many years the British minis ter resident and consul general in Hayti When lie went there he was perfectly free from race prejudice Id fact his sympathies and prejudices were rather in favor of the negro So perfectly free was he from the prejudice which is universal in the United States that he did not he iiate to entertain the negroes at his own table on terms ot perfect social equality After many years of close observation and study of the negri when all tiie social and governmental forces were in his control he has drawn a picture of de- Â¬ gradation and barbarism that is well calculated to arouse the thoughtful con sideration of the white meu and wo Â¬ men of the United States who have 6000000 negroes in their country and to whom is presented the alternative This of assimilation or expulsion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hyti or the Black Republic By Sir under fifty years of age carried out of tbe country and landed in Africa or on one of the West Indian elands Forfeit any ship that lands negro on oar shores and prohibit the immigration of any negro as has been done of the Chinese Within ten or at most twenty years tbe whole thing would lie accomplished The ship owners of the world would get up a crusade anion the negroes find homes for Ibem and induce them to go freely and voluntarily aud gladly No force would be need 3d Make the price higher for the deportation of women between the ages of sixteen and fifty and send them out of the country first aud iu greater numbers ami tbe meu would soon follow Within less time a greater number of Europeans have betn brought to this country An expenditure of 32000000 a year for ten years would accomplish the whole thing quietly peaceably and with no serious disturbance Their places would be more than filled by white men who woud flock into the ricli Southern couutry as soon as it was known that the negro was going aud before he was gone White men are now kept from immigrating to the South by the presence of the negro Such are the thoughts suggusted by tbe three books received Â¬ 11 PROM OVER THE OCEAN partisan of Kilraln at the fight that ha wanted to come in and guard the ring The leading poet of Holland Ten with a squad of men armed with Win Â¬ chesters but that was a little too steep Kate died the same time as Browning for an assault and battery mill Bud aged 70 A sister of Keats the Fanny to whom yoar Please mister dont stand with so close together this floor wonjt feet hold but 2C0 pounds to the square loo Fmmple and Precept Anry Father See here Johnnyyour mother tells me that you have beea smoking cigarettea Frightened boy I smoked only one THE COURT HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ hioh jixks at RinrarRS Ren aud the famous New Orleans club man and Hennessey the chief of police are his intimate friends Only the other day he sent Frank Stevenson a cask of Arbita springs mineral water by express Itll be like going into training if we are sent down there he added and we wont mind being Charleys boarders awhile English minister states that voudoux TIIE WORLD OF SPORT worship and cannibalism and human sacrifices to the devil are constantly A SOUTHERN PARADISE FOR practiced and encouraged in secret by SPORTING MEN dMM highest in authority in the State Chastity honor virtue patriotism are unknown Justice is a meaningless Charley Klrhs Place Near Purvis How He Treats Certain State Prison word and their code of political mor ers The 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Correspond ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lands iu mountain coun- Â¬ ties of Kentucky sWOfflce Uity Hall Richmond Ky to 9- - Lines retraced t H C T WELLS B F CARR C T WELLS CO Tlte OdIj Coal Yard in Toivd Only a square from the Court house You dout have to seud away out to the depot OoslI MStBfVJWEjtggaJ Selheredto onyFartofTown Soff Coal and Anthracite Nut and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumber yard next to Second Presbyterian church Quickest delivery in town Lowest prices Try us 17 0 1 VELLS 00 -- rasS Swaa eote ymmiiwt tii in I CRAPSEY 46 Hasa3 aKaBaaaaAa mfSi Wp iSXZZSZZLJZ- 1k gtiimiij yiSlTI 7 klng There is but one remedy and that is Can refer to buildinjra successfully to send all under fifty years of age to erected in Richmond Maysville Mt the West Indies or to Africa Let Con Winchester and Owinguville gress oner to the ship owners of the i world ao much per beat for every negro Wiggins Block Cincinnati O Arcliltoots BROWN ence In With the rule of the negro property grabbed them unexpectedlyand connection with the Sullivan Kilraln progress prosperity resulting from civil mill last July Sorre of them talk and un- confidently of acquittal and profess to order becomes impossible known Mr Froude disbelieved the have been mere spectators of the fight at Richburg others who take accuracy of the dark picture drawn by a different but there arewho view and fully expect Sir SjencerSt John and himself made ere long to make acquaintance with an extended vifit to Hayti and studied Mississippi Justice and Mississippi closely the social conditions existing Jails says a Now York correspondent of the Chicago Times there And his book more than conIt looks now as though some of the firms the account of the late British boys might have to board with Charley minister Our own experience from Rich next summer for a month or two 1865 to the present time fully confirms said Sportiug Editor W lllam E Harding There was the suspicion of a grin on the results of the careful observations the face of Kllralns representative as of Sir Spencer St John and of Mr he spoke Harding Muldoon the second Froude that the negro is entirely iuca of Sulilvan Mike Cleary and Prof Donovan of Kilraln compable of sustaining a free Democratic posed the the second quartet unlucky who were government Wherever he has sway scooped in by Gov Iowerys detecthe semblance of law and order and tive Their arrest on belated warrants to justice and protection to life and prop- does not seem on trouble them seriously They are out bail and Intrr Ptate Leuffue Meeting erty disappear All that makes life contigent are disposed to the Kilrain be rather The annual meeting of the Inter State worth living to the white man is im- merry over the situation Muldoon and Base ball League was held at Terjo possible wherever the negro rules The Cleary are somewhat sad Haute Ind Evinsvllle was representHarding kept grinning I was a bit ed by George and Walter Nteie Director training and discipline of 300 years of puzzled to know where funny end of Scssenitut and Manager W K Harringthe slavery raised and elevated the African a prospect nf a fine or imprisonment or ton Peoria by ex tnipirc Hurley Burnegro from the degraded man eating both came in and ventured to ask about lington by Secretary Frank Cliambcrlln It Galcsburg by IJ W Sweeney Qulncy naked savage to the level of the negro Ton never Â¬ by Thomas Keilmund and TVrre Haute of 1S61 who wore clothes ate cooked burg did you met Chirley Rich of Richhe interrogated Well by H F Smith There was no reprefood and had learned to labor under he is the man you war t to g acquainted sentative from Sprinefield but word was direction This wholesome training with if you should ever happen to be received that Springfield expected to be and discipline produced but few Bruces arrested In Mississippi Charley Is the In the league Galesburg was admitted and if Cedar Rapids which said to and Douglasses aud Elliotts Since have subscribed S3 000 answers affirma1861 tbe negro race iu the Southern tively It will also be admitted making States has retrograded and to a consid the eighth club If Springfield cives up Its francise Decatur will be admitted erable extent followed the example of The league It is now thought will con Â¬ bis brother of Hayti sist of Burlington Cedar Rapids Spring The white people of the Southern field Galesburg Peoria Quiiicy Kvpns ville and Terre Haute The salarv limit States are firmly resolved that cost what is the remai1 at 81200 and will be strict- Â¬ it may the negro shall not rule them ly enforced The visiting club is to reWherever the negro is in authority be ceive S60 is an inevitable source of demoralization to the whites The nomination Sportintr Note and election of immoral aud unfit The date of the Jack UnflnHffn JlasM y Carroll fight has been definitely set by white meu is tolerated to prevent the the California Athletic club for March greater evil of negro rule 21 If a policy of intimidation aud force It Is not true that the Pelican club of is adopted to keep the negro from votLondon has ever offered a pane of 50tX ing violence aud blood prevail the for a glove fight between Slavin and Jackson laws openly violated aud force and William OConnor the champion oars violence take the place of law and jus man of America is said to have had a tice and our youug men are taught to falling out with Rogers his backer regard lightly the shedding of blood The champion can still find plenty of money against any man in the world aud the forcible violation of law But Andy Bowen who recently whipped even this is less demoralizing than the Jimmy Hale of Philadelphia has signed other alternative when the negro is articles to fightCharley Johnson of Minallowed to vote freely but his vote is neapolis to a fight with small gloves In 1IARIEV HOB never counted and fraud aud lying aud tallest wealthiest and Jolliest fellow In New Orleans within a month false swearing take the place of open the county C feet high and over and a Fred Johnson was disappointed in his He owns 80000 match in England with Frank Murphy violence and blood shedding To what typical Misslssippiai acres of woodland and he has a contract through the latters running away Bill result will all this lead What will be with the State government which gives Rook well known on this side of tha the end of these things him the first call on all culprits con- Â¬ Atlantic now offers to give Johnson The anonymous author of the last demned to imi risonment at hard labor battle in London a nunber of men on his Andy Drum has a 118 pound named book with nervous straight- Theres always out place working their sentences ou who Is supposed to bo youngunknown Barrett forward utterance aud much plain State account whom he would like to match against a A sort of chain gang speaking shows how the very presence pupil of Tommy Ilolden for 100 a side Chain gang be blanked was the re of the negro has been the cause of diby the way tort Rich Isnt that kind of a man If oldenchampionship now claims the 115 pound of the world vision and sectional issue from the be- Â¬ Hes a sport from the ground up You A recent arrival in Sacramento Cal ginning His baleful presence brought Ought to see him go round with his ou tbe civil war and cost the lives of Winchester over his arm a pistol stuck Is Joe Hogan feather weight pugilist He claims to come many millions of white men When In his belt an wearing a flannel tennls but no such fighter from Boston Mass is known at the Hub shlrt and a great broad sombrero And He is matched to fight Young nuntlng the war cloud cleared away we all he can shoot too being one of the best hoped that tbe occasion of discord was marksmen in the State which is saying ton of Helena Mont An ex handler of pugilists well known gone with slavery but 110 the negro a good deal for Mississippi marksmen in Boston and New York but now in are famous you know Kilraln Is boardis the occasion of discord and sep still ing with him now been there since hard lines in Australia writes to a friend aration in thought and sentiment It Dec 22 In this country that the people of Auv tralia are not so liberal as Americans is because the negro is here that we He is Klralns jailer Oh Jake does Just about as he and a man in Australia must back himhave a solid South and an almost solid self to make money pleases puts on a flannel shirt and panNorth taloons base ball rxots and a straw hat Wallace Ross sculler who Twenty five years of freedom has and goes out huntng with Rich He returned from England where herecently trained shown that he catiuot be assimilated ran have a good time for there is the OConnor for his match with Searle has best kind of shooting up in the pineries formed a partnership with Capt Paul aud that he has not improved and Just back of the vlllege owns Boyton while he demoralizes and degrades the nearly the whole place and Rich woods aud the of rubberatswimming suit fame two are present training seals the white meu who come in contact with around it He is one of the lumber to assist them at aquatle exhibition kings of the Southwest Whenever a next season him tbe white man cannot raise aud sporting man falls Into his hands he elevate him in a state of freedom treats him like a prince is too It has cost us countless millions of good for him Kilrain is innothing there STITCHED WITH ANTS JAWS clover treasure and more than a million of living on the best I had news from white lives He is a constant menace him the other day He is gradually get How South American Indians Sew To- splendid condition for his next Bether Gashes Cat In the Flesh to our civilization and to institutional ting inand is battle enjoying his vacation thor- Â¬ Ants are terrible fighters They liberty The great Republican party oughly hnve very powerful jaws considering Any society in Richburg composing the large minority of the Urn not much but its good what the size of their bodies and therefore white voters of this country couetaut there is Theres enly about 250 people their method of fighting is by biting ly threaten to overturn our constitu and a dozen houses In the place They will bite one another and hold Mr tion and change our form and method Richs house is a picturesque two story on with a wonderful grip of the jaws of government for the avowed purpose cottage a little way off the railroad even after all their legs have been bitten off by other ants Sometimes six of helping the negro who is not worth or eight will be clinging with a death the sacrifice grip to one another making a peculiar Mauy facts are adduced to show that spectacle somo with a leg goue and the negro caunot be assimilated into some with half the body gone our social aud political life We have One singular thing is that the grip driven out and almost exterminated of an ants jaw is retained even after the red man because he would not the body has been bitten off and nothwork We have said in thunder toues ing but the head remains This knowledge is possessed by a certain through highly penal laws supported tribe of Indians in Brazil South and executed through public seutiment America who put the ants to a very that the yellow man shall not enter our peculiar use says the New York Morn borders because lie works too industri Â¬ ing Journal ously aud lives too economically and When an Indian gets a gash cut in be cannot become a part of our social his hand instead of having- tiio flesh life and being Yet after two hundred sewed together as the physicians do in this country he procures five or six years of most fatal experiment with the black man we still cling lovingly BICH AJTO KILRAnr OUT FOR A 8HOOT large black ants and holding their to him and proclaim we are oue and He has a farm and saw mills where the heads near the gash they brtig their together in biting tho flesh and inseparable although we deny him ad prisoners work at cutting up the lumber jaws pull for market Mrs Rich is a young and thus the two sides of tho gash tomittance to our houses to our hotels handsome woman and very popular gether restaurants barbershops and places of There are half a dozen darky servants Then the Indian pinches off the In the cottage and the table is first rate public resort bodies of the ants and leaves their Kilrain Is like one of the family and heads From a moral and political jtoint of roams over the place pretty clinging to tho fiesh which is much as he view the negro is a deadly curse phases When a man Is convicted and held together until the gish is perfectly healed As an economic factor in our indus sentenced by the State authorities Charhas trial life he is a dismal failure He has ley gets only to say what ho wants and Nothlnjr SmaU Aboui Him he him How he treats him is noÂ¬ no economy and no thrift lays by nothAs this is to be the li bodys business Is It jcw shall ev r have with you Miss Harris j ing and as a rule wastes all bis earnIf It wasnt for business considera ings in riotous living ceasing to work tions I Just as soon be one of Richs aid the rejected lover brokenly I for as soon as bis wages enable him to live boarders100 a month or so Richburg take theof opportunity to make you a all the bouquets books and is only miles from New Orleans present in idleness until his wages are con- Â¬ Wast with huntiig and shooting at a trinkets I have sent to you during tha sumed He is au unmitigated aud ir- mark daytimes as Jake Is doing a ta- Â¬ last six months together with the ble equal to any hotel outside of the big numerous theatrical entertainments redeemable curse to every land that concerts and cities and music you have enjoyed a hand at poker has ever been darkened by his pres- nings I dont thincr there would be eve Â¬ at ray expense lunches k much Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Inlforms of the Brotherhood Secretary Brunell has received a list of the suits selected by the Players league clubs for next season They aro as follows Boston Home suit white suit red trimmings belts and stockings Trav- Â¬ eling gray red trimmings belts and stockings Buffalo Home white suit brown trimmings and stockings Traveling gray suit brown trimmings and stockings Brooklyn Hono white suit blue trimmings and stockings Traveling gray suit blue trimmings and stockings Chicago Home white suit black trimmings cap and vest Chicago in black letters on breast of shirt white stockings Traveling black suits white caps belt and stockings Chicago In white letters on breast of shirt black cloth Jacket Cleveland Home white suits bright gray trimmings and stockings Trav- Â¬ eling black suits bright gray trimmings and stockings gray cloth jacket New York Home white suits black trimmings belt and stockings Trav- Â¬ eling Yale gray suits with black trim- are still against her having a beautiful complexion and fine eyes hair and mings belts and stockings Pittsburg Home white suits with teeth which Spanish girls are always maroon trimmings and stockings Travendowed with as a matter of course eling gray suits with maroon trimmings But over and above everything else it and stockings white clotb Jacket is the unique grace and exquisite femPhiladelphia Home navy blue snlt ininity unalloyed by any trace of mas- Â¬ light blue stockings and belts white cap culine assumption or caricature that with light blue trimmings Traveling dark maroon suits seal brown stockings constitute the eternal charm of Spanish women belt and cap Â¬ Â¬ he was so tenderly attached died In Madrid lately as Senora Llanos The oldest woman In Vienna Is Frau Magdaleca 1onza who celebrated hot 114th birthday last Christmas She is cared for by her daughter An agitation has sprung up In Belgium for tho re enactment of capital punish- Â¬ ment In consequence of the alarming in- Â¬ crease of murders within the last few years Tho Persian Princo Keykubah Dech man Mirza a cousin of the shah has just been convicted of counterfeiting in Moscow Russia and has been condemn- Â¬ ed to live years of hard labor in Siberia Sara Bernhardt finally diclded to play Joan of Arc when she received a let- Â¬ ter from the mother of two daughters who had longed to see her act but had never been able on account of tho nature of her roles The vale of Avoca has been bought by an English company and tho woods wlft be swept away In order to make matches There Is great consternation in the dis- Â¬ trict where the memory of Tom Moore Is cherished with fervency The way the Russian minister of the Interior moves against an unsympathetic journal can be seen from a ministerial order which has Just been Issued to the following effect Whereas the European Messenger In a whole series of art-Â¬ icles conducts itself in no other way than in a spirit of condemnation of the most important acts of the government and that the articles of M Solevicff publi died in that periodical entitled The listory of Russian Conscience and containing exasperating criticisms directed against the Russian church and state in their historical development Inculcate false Ideas on the subject and shake respect for the principles of their foundation and for tho principles of Russian nationality In general the min- Â¬ ister of the interior announces a first warning to the editor of the European Messenger in the person of the actual State Councilor Michael Stasoolevich The Iteanty of Spanish Women If I were asked to state in one sen- Â¬ tence wherein lies the chief advantage of Spanish women over those of other countries says a writer in Scribners and to what they chiefly owe their fame for beauty I should say that if a Spanish girl has round cheeks and has amedium sized delicately cut nose and mouth she is almost certain to be a complete beauty whereas if an American or English girl has a good nose mouth and cheeks the chance Â¬ Ive a great mind You smoked one to take you into the woodshed and give you a flogging I wont do It again father Well Ill let you off this time seeing that you promise not to do it again But Now go mind you keep your promise and bring me my pipe and tobacco The Smoking cigarettes pocch thought of it His Only Escape The Terror was in trouble again and as he caressed the floor of his knicker- Â¬ bockers ho seemed sunk in thought Considering it a good timo to make an impression his father said Do you realize what a bad boy yonve But that wasnt what I Papa suddenly was thinking about why dont you rob a bank or some- Â¬ Yes sir But the Finest Line of Hardware Stoves Tinware Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY for Sale C JOT What do you mean sir So you would have to go to Canada and and stay there A Hopeless Case thing W FITZPATRICK CD St TB Algernon you iret only a pitÂ¬ Wlfe tance for your work on papers and magazines Couldnt we do better if wa went into the country and you worked on a farm BeHn band Un the literary line linda Im afraid to try it If I didnt farm any tetter than I seem to write Â¬ Â¬ The 0 1 RANGE is lie Bus bI wed starve Omlnslsi Yes said the editor as ho looked over tho noted travelers manuscript this article on The Gates of London la very good as far as it goes but It Is notcomplete You fail entirely to mention one very important gate In fact I may lay the one most frequently alluded to by visitors Oh I certainly havent done that What gate did I omit An Important Well I see We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW is the best plow made Buy it try it and you cant also handle the PLOWS the best Sulky Plow in the market a number of them Bigr We no Billingsgate referencr at all to Which is Injun Plow W have alrea h Dlfferenre In Brothers I dont see why broth- Â¬ Mr Hlghup er William doesnt prosper He has as good a business as mine ani an excellent location bnthe is constantly having re Â¬ verses No matter what he attempts he seems to blunder But you must remora Mrs Highup oer my dear your brother William has no wife to advise him A Mghasdaw Chang THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Is the best made we carry a large stock of them carry a large line COLLARS HAMES of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and Also full sets of Wagon HARNESS WE HANDLE ALL KININS OF FARMING AND GARDEN everything necessary to hitch up A Sandersville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ story was dnvine in the vicinity of Longs bridge He firmly held the lines over a splendid mare while the mares colt trotted alon behind When Buffalo creek was reached repairs being made on tho bridge he found that ho would have to drive throufrh the channel which was unusually deep almost smimming and would swim the colt The mare was driven in and the colt not desiring a test of his swimming qualities reared up on his hind legs gently placed his fore ones on tho box of the vehicle back of the bugjjy seat and was safuly drawn across the muddy stream When the opposite bank was reached ho gracefully bounded off with a whinny of satisfaction Colt Ga paper tells this A few days afro a gentleman A Sagacious IMPLEMENTS Â¬ We keep on hand for inspection a num ber of Wagons and the best Road Casts that roll the pikes TIN ROOFING A SPECALTY Call and see our goods and prices and we will suit you Â¬ Â¬ - -- gram mi The Wife He Wanted v Â¬ W C FITZPATRICK 3- CO - Main Street Richmond Ky Â¬ IYAZOO RECORD 227 Â¬ She I confess William that your proposal gives me much pleasure It would be foolish to pretend that it does not yet He Yet what What possible objec tion can yon have la becoming my wife You know that I love you and am able to provide for you She Yes hut 1 fear 1 would be but a sorry housekeeper II Why so BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE 5 IN FOAL I We offer the services of TAZ00 for the season of County Kentucky at 18 at Slver Creek -- FORTY DOLLARS is TO INSURE A LIVING COL- T- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i2 Belmont hire of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 lUr 2nd dam Young PortU dm of Voltaire record 22otf and sire of Bessmere 2i3J Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 2 Maixtage Is Not a Failure ChIde Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consuela trial 23otf dam of Con Doctor to patient I will hare to naught record Sonrres of Popularity 224 Nora Le trial 332 in foal Voltigeur trial 3o by ICamtelno take six stitches in your scalp Mr Jones What in the world makes Miss Blossom one or two In your nose and I Cnief sire of Lady Thorn 218 B so popular with the young men I 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer think a lavish outlay of court plaster wonder Tho young men seem to visit will do the rest But how did It all hap-4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred her in droves pen The above pedigree shows TVS0O to be superbly bred Mr Oftcaller Why tho reason is the Harold Belmont Mambri Blossom My I were debat simplest thing in the world Her father ing the question wife and no Chef hs sire grand sire and great grand sire are each Is marriage a failure llustrous sre Yolande Is a night editor on a paper and dont She oung orta hs dam and grand dam are illustrious enforced her argument that it is not matron with a pacing thorough get homo until 3 oclock in the morning with heavily framed motto God bred foundation where can you beat it her uncle has charge of the gas meters Bless the Home -When Book now open down at the gas works her other uncle Intend Our take the platform I recover I Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Ky to In defense has a coal yerd her father has a half in- of her Idea terest in an Ice cream factory and beÂ¬ 43- T S BURNAM Doctor Is You can say CO sides all that they have no front yard on the billsThatThecapital lecture will be con and havent either a piano or dog 1 will leave your tinuously illustrated By jingo You dont say so Ns nose in proper shape for that wonder she Is so popular Introduce me 1 Â¬ Â¬ She All the better He Yes You will stay at home and attend to the cooking instead of want Â¬ ing to go out and lecture on tbe culinary art You are just the kind of a wife I waut better She weeping bitterly Because I have sever been to a cooking school He All the better dearest all tne parted with oiherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept and trie regularly on grass at ten cents a day gram fed if desired at reasonabe rates Will take every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible for eaher Yazoo is yy Haroll tiwof Maul S 208 and 26 more Moiey due if mare stands at 300 m dam TolaadS 230 performers dam of Yuba record KSfJf while in foal and Yazoo old man will yon Anteek--Yo- u The AUy Attlr Style Â¬ Mrs should call around and see my apartments Mrs Ottoman I have been having them redecorated they arc quite Romanesque I assure yon Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Ottoman Indeed I will call happen to be ministers wives do you with pleasure if you will honor mo in re- Â¬ No of course not turn We have been renovating some Didnt you sec this was counterfeit what too We consider our quarters de Consarn It Young man if you must cidedly Oriental know thats the dollar I dropped into Mrs Mahoney sotto voce In the hall Â¬ way Falx an ef yezll come around the contribution box last Sunday an gl Lady Maloney a call yezll see What Indeed something of the alsy attic shtoyle John Clara Ive got an Important question to ask vou Hat WUUam Didnt Care Clarac I know what is You Qnevedo Pardon mc but what has me to be your wife it I dreamedwant It become of that handsome vase yon had Well take me on the mantel Was it not Rather nonplussed Yon dreamed The widow Yes It contained the it ashes of mj lamented husband but I had Yes I dreamed last night that to put It away The sight of it was so asked me what I was asking you you and harrowing to my feelings Just think that you took me In your arm and kissed i ne oiner nay i aiscovcred Jane scour- me after I said you ing the knives with all that remained of What could John do poor William Â¬ counterfeit Proprietor nervously I was wait ing on the ministers wife But you dont take counterfeit money from women jus because they He Took the Money New clerk anxious to show his sagao Ity The silver dollar yon just took In Is I M POPE -- Â¬ HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS- - MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE -- A LABGE SHIPMENT OF- - Hoes Rak Spades Shovels Mattocks Plows of all Kinds Lawn Mowers Fishing Ta BUT LIRE OF WSSSi The yneen or the Household come in old man Im glad to see you Come down into tho kitchen and have a smoko Wifes gone over to her mothers and Im all atone The Two Macs na But I Â¬ Â¬ Oh the servant girl has company to- Â¬ night and wo had to give up the parlor Thats the reason my wife went out Come right down to the kitchen Im mighty glad you called A Careful Study hear the piano Pride of the family Ma who Is thi Mao everybody Is tilkmir nhnnf Exemplary parent Everybody my child I hope you dont hear Blanche and Gladys talking about him O yes I do I think they said MacGinty Parent O dear no it Isnt MaeGlnty Its McAllister How could you males 8tieh a mistake A Ready Compromise Mamma where Is my hat yelled Tommy Just where you left It replied mamma Tommy rubbed the end of his nose for a moment and then said Mamma If you wont tell me where It Is wont you please tell mc where I left it COOKillu s STOVES IN RICHMOND Â¬ Remember that Pope is a practical workman in fcis Hue 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 you see Â¬ Ci Jri W FP- - Blah mw3SmmWU 2rTiii mm CALL AND SEE HIM Â¬ NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFTPF Â¬ tejj to complain of It would be like reviv Â¬ To make me a present of them ex ing old acquaintai ces to go to Richburg claimed the young woman haughtily Charley would take the best care of tha I do not understand you Mr Spoona boys Ho Is known as the friend and more I give them to you absolutely host of sporting men all over the coun Â¬ try All we have to do when a sport la Harris said be picking up his Miss hat arrested is to drop Rich a line and he is ncnwiore i nave looked upon them good care a Hfl was so sjjpng a merely as investments SmaJI Boy oscitedly poinUufctp sign A wears such an air of resignation B He may be a bank official about to visit Canada or be may be a New York elty ofn ial who Is about to be Investi Â¬ gated by the prnnd jury Yon can hardly Ull the difference nowadays THOMAS B AYRES Thoughtless ZesJ Real and General Silberstein to dock laborer who has rescued him Vy you not know peuer Collecting Agency M to pull me out of de water by der tSf Special attention paid to the Mels undt make me lose a kwter out of and exchange of Real Estate and to sale mj pocket the collection of all kind of accounts An Unexplained Mystery Who Is that man over there who BHStt Estate SIRATTON Business College m PiumMa Mccarty hu tail Staua Fitting Pump Repairing a Specialty f pumps kept at C tod T oml yard or w I j3 Wa TRECLIMAX SchoolfieW The Negro Prablen An article on the subject of this para graph is just now being read by every Â¬ edaeiday - - - April 80 1890 body from the lakes to the gulf It will be found in our supplement copied from the New Orleans Times Democrat The Combination Horse Sale to morrow author B R Forman Esq is a prominill at ent lawyer of the Crescent Citv and son ltrt Nancy Maupin is seriously of Rev E Forman this place The ar home near KingOon her See For Rent by ticle is well written and embodies great Reticence for rent research on the part of Mr Forman as W WigKins or Mr Wara- well as the authors from whom he quotes Circiu tickets given away by Voriet The subject is of interest to everybody Co See their local Â¬ Â¬ t Rain continue to knock the farmers week out about three day in every Madison Club will hold its annual elec Plait For The New School Building Adopted Derlaimers Content In the University Ch ipe Friday night a large number of people assembled to hear the declamations of ten memliers of the Sophomore and Freshman classes Judge Scott Prof Clark and Dr Auhz were the judges The medal was awarded to Mr Frank H Kean of Louitvile who recited the Chariot Race from Gen Lew Wallaces Ben Hur In a felicitous speech of a few minutes Judge Scott presented the medal but said that the other nine declamations were little less victories than that of the victor An orchestra from Italy furnished the music PERSONAL RELIGIOUS Â¬ Messrs Crapsy Brown the Cincinnati architects were here on Thursday evening tion lor officer Saturday and met Messrs Pickles Rowland and on hand at the opening Taylor school trustees Their plans for Dont fail to be a 17000 public school building were ol the Dancing School tomorrow night adopted The house is to be two stories Dr Iota M Foster has sold a portion Run farm to Boyle Doty of four rooms each or eight rooms be Pumpkin sides the basement The rooms will BaliarJ and wife have just measure nbout Capt P Fur- Â¬ 30 feet each way passed the 5oth anniversary of their mar nace heating ventillators bell towers cloak rooms fire escapes and all the nec vWton have the toniest essary sanitary appliances Crapsy Brown advertise in the Cli- Â¬ sprinkling outfit in Central Ken- Â¬ Â¬ tucky- max The Irvine Eagle pays the Richmond a high and deserved com viMting cards 50 and the at The Climax office The Engraved iork on next Monday n iit out two houses with considerable land attached See ad n Horse Sale in the suburbs of Richmondto morrow morning at 9 oclock promptly will begin the combination sale of horses by Messrs Waller Bennett and B H Neale It is the countys first com- To Morrows Combination At the Fair Grounds T Doty will Â¬ The R N B has bought fifty I ted rails and paid for them cent ofl for cash Guthrie Si Watsons an nouncement elsewhere in to days Climax The are among Lexingtons largest mer Berkley Â¬ bination horse sale and the county ought to be well represented Seventy six horses embracing the blood of Almont Belmont Onward Vatican Abdalbrino Idol Wilkes Bud Cooke Yazoo Hylas Vandal Wilkes and Pre- Â¬ tender will be offered Capt Jack Stewart of Lexington is the auctioneer and will give everybody a chance to secure the valuable horses offered City Primary Election A Democratic primary election for city officers will be held in Richmond on Satre John Hill dined seventy two per urday May 3rd 1S90 between the hours hi- - home near Union City Wed 1 The County Court and of oclock p m and 7 oclock p m in evening the four wards ends were present A Police Judge and councilmen for the nan Foster who built the hand- - 1st and 3rd wards will be nominated ick residence where Galen J White J S Collins for Mayor Sam Rice for now live near Kingston has con- - councilman in the 3rd ward and J W i for a 15000 tomb in the Catholic Caperton for councilman in the 4II1 ward Cemetery of Louisville It will be in the having no oppositions are declared nomiof a chapel nees it vou havent taken a drive over town for 2 month do so and you will be sur- 10 see the improvements that are j on Dinner on the ground tection in case of rain Ample pro- Â¬ Miller brother ef Dr J C tormerlv of this county will be of the Irvine Bank The safe a fire and burglar proof with time lock tat been purchased and the bank on be open V M OFFICERS OF ELECTION Combination horse sale Thursday cir day Citv primary election Saturday church Sunday Court day Mon day go fishing Tuesday provided you are done planting corn But dont forget o drop in and secure your tickets for the x gold prizes Â¬ Judges W K Denney Willis Hislc Clerk H L White 13 2nd ward Judges Wm Green N Deatherage Clerk Pat Sullivan 3rd ward Judges Wm Martin H G Baxter Clerk T H Hart 4H1 ward Judges C T Wells C D Pattie Clerk M H Pigg J B Willis Chairman F B Crooke Secretary 1st ward Mary Buford Smith daughter of Green Clay Smith the past eight s a student in the Lyceum Dramatic recital in New York will become an opera SaaMi will be assisted ly - her brother Mr Duke Smith who has lied himself on the operatic stage as a bar rr Frankfort Capital -- Prof C A Leonard formerly of Cen- wiil on June 10th open a summer institute at Cynthiana furnishing to teachers and those preparing to teach such instruction as thev may desire in all of those subjects now required examination of Common School rs of Kentucky including especial- iods of teaching school organiza- ad management school law etc Mr A F Dudley has been unanimously by the Senior class of Columbian to repre Â¬ tool War hington D sent it at the Inter Collegiate Oratorical Hope hell win C Hum aid Lot Sold At the public sale Saturday of house and lot the property of Mr T B Ayres ed in last weeks Climax Mr Joho Dot was the purchaser at 1500 50 feet on Fifth Street near Mobcrley Avenue The house is a new one story cottage -- John Robinsons Tea Big Shows in One This favorite Southern Combination exhibited in Front Royal Thursday July nth By invitation of tire courteous press agent and popular clown John Low low we met him at 1 oclock that day and were escorted through the menagerie and side show before the regular performance began They have as fine and complete a selection of animals as there is to day on the road north or south and their horses are all in fine condition There were many curiosities and lreaks in the side show but Miss Lulu the tattooed lady especially attracted our attention She presented us her photograph at the same time remarking that it was her custom to hand her picture to the newspaper men We admire her good taste At I oclock the main performance be gan and it was fully up to our expecta tion The riding was particularly fine that of Mile DeMott excelling anything we have ever seen This show has always enjoyed the reputation of having respectable well behaved people and giving ali they claim to perform and have always secured crowds of attendance and the good will of our people whenever the come to You will never be disap Front Royal pointed when you go to John Robinson Messenger Front Royal Va Show Friday Will exhibit at Richmond May 2nd 1 Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate Transfers for April- - A Narrow Escape LANDS Commissioner to Wallace Estill 126 Dudley Wilkerson the son of Jailor Wilkerson narrowlv escaped instant death acres 3630 Commissioner to John Ben3oS Commissioner to vesterdav He was standing near a nett 76 acres charged hole at the work house quarry J F White 167 acres 904 5 Joe Collins when it went off premature v throwing to W E Luxon 2ifi acresi838i C D rock all around His right arm was badly Chtnault to W W Pigg iS acres 1530 F M Feilder 62 lacerated near the wrist Lexington W I Risk c to D acres f 7 17 Jos Fulhlove to C J Mober Transcript ly 10 acres 282 J C Collins to M ParA Landmark Job ker 12 acres 70 Wm King to Mar- Â¬ The old brick house at the intersection tha Bush 101 acre 1200 J Ayres to of Broadway and B streets has been torn G S Williams 120 acres 1200 O J down It was occupied in the long ago Moberley to J Smith 6 acresi8o O J by Hon John White Speaker of the 25th Moberlev to S D Moberly 6 acres 150 Congress It was used by the late Jason L Boyle to Joe Lewis 226 acres 1200 Walker as a sort of office It was how S Taylor to VV S Sallee 40 acres ever but little known although one of the 600 M Taylor to Susan Taylor 40 acres Oldest houses in town 600 W H Spainhower to Josie Fain 16 acres 1600 John Williams to to Celia AH Hail Dobbs 7 acres 50 On Tuesday night of last week William TOWN LOTS Wcflt and others went fishing down on Commissioner to E D Ballard 4500 Otter Creek At Shearer Station they Commissioner to R C Stockton 1510 seined a small hole and caught three Commissioner to Elizabeth Miller 4700 hundred pounds of fish principally carp W E Luxon to Joe Collins 11000 They were til fine ones fat and sleek Dudley Tribble to J E Bald win 100c Fish in all the creeks in the county are re C E Berry to S E L M Berry 267 ported unusually numerous D CLman to Sam Rice 200 J J Brooks to H C Traynor 4500 Mariah Veterinary Surgeon Miller to Robt Turner 100 R L Breck Dr W B Scott of Ohio has located to S D Parrish 5000 T B Ayres to in Richmond for the practice of veterina John Doty 1565 WJJohnson to Mary ry surgery He is a graduate of the OnRice 1200 tario College of Yeterinay Surgery and comes well recommended He has se Proceedings of the Court of Claims cured an office in the Dillingham building Caasius Roberts was elected Poor House next door to the Climax If your horse Keeper O F Taylor Receiver Dr J W is sick or disabled send for Dr Scott Harris Physician Dr L J Frazee was elected Jail PhysiHamnan Â¬ 1 Â¬ This is the wonderful Tennessee town The sum of 12000 was appropriated for that has sprung up within the past sixty Besides this an general county purposes days It now has a daily paperthe Advance appropriation of 1400 was made for the I In it we see the real estate firm of Cobb Also the maintenance of the Poor House Crow advertised Mr J T Cobb sum of 2500 for bridges A bridge is to law late of Richmond is the lie erected across Silver Creek at Spain front end of the firm An immense hotel The abutments of another bridge bowers is to be built the foundation 146x284 feet across Silver Creek at Hagans on the ilone to cost 10000 Harnes Mill road Also a small bridge over a ravine near Harris Ferry Saddei Death The sum of 1208750 was appropriated L Trueblood who several years ago loosey kept a confectioncrv and dining room for stock in turnpikes to wit rhere Claude Smith Si Co now have a Ridge from Kentucky river to Kirksville 8500 Barnes Mill and Schooler 2500 lardware house died suddenly at Koko- 93750 10 Indiana on last Thursday His wife Silver Creek and Round Hill he left him well on Wednesday and went to Silver Creek and Barnes Mill 150 risit her sister Mrs George E Turner in Otter Creek and Hrookstown turnpike failed Cincinnati She received a telegram the to secure an appropriation owing to a diOne party want vision in the community next day announcing the death the road to run from the mouth of East Will Ma it Out Fork by way of James and Jacob Huguelys In a short time Captain R S Burnett and Squire J A Turpins to Ab Shearers Government Engineer in charge of the The other party want the line to ruu from Kentucky river will set a force of men to Red House by way of the Martiu Green work upon Rock Shoals the most dan- - Dr 1 reach and Milo Baxter places to the The parties of the first place upon the upper waters of the same termiuus Kentucky for boats to pass and will en- - named line say they mean to proceed at They have a ite to remove the once to build their road vor tructions and deeiien the channel so charter and we hope they will speedily We hope also that the other parties the river can be navigated in moder- - build Two tly low water between Ford and Beatty- - will at once get a charter and build roads wouldnt hurt Biookstown Frankfort Roundabout 1 Â¬ 1 cian Rev H T Daniel is conducting a sucMrs L Gregory Fort Estill is visiting cessful protracted meeting at Paris at Danville Rev Green Clay Smith will preach Mrs Ed Rowland has returned from twice a month at New Providence church Â¬ Harrodsburg Boyle county brated Miss Ida Cobb of Estill county was in J Fresh bread always nu 1 and Rev C P Williamson is assisting Rev Richmond on Friday 45- Z T Rice A John G Fee in a protracted meeting at A Chicago mao Is said to earn a good Mr W A Parrish of Lily Ky was Berea this week living by peddling the correct time He The Sayings places Harrodsborgalom in Richmond last week Elder Raimy will preach first Sunday in has a chronometer and it is warranted by the recent fire at 140000 and the Mr W Gay of Winchester is visiting May at time He has a certain territory which the Methodist church Waco in insurance at SST Ssi his sister Mrs J R Burnam stead of Wallace Chapel at heretofore he goes over and furnishes the house Â¬ Highest market price for 100000 Mr John M Park one of the big far- announced wives in that territory with the time pounds of wool mers of Estill was here on Monday of day once a week He gets 10 cents In speaking of the colored baptizing of 45 C Jt Bro a week from each patron Misses Willie Kern and Maggie Goff 47 persons at this place last week we Cai Dr- - Barbour Answer John E Paiton ged M year- should have mentioned that at least fifteen The Danville Advocate of Friday says are the guests of Miss Agnes Chenault Woodards tale of horses at Lexingin Jessamine county also John D present old house which is being torri down Miss Katie Phelps attended the Givens The hundred people were ton last week was not a grand success Watts on the corner of Third and Walnut streets Irvine reception near Danville last week day o sold for 21440 an The first The Rt Rev Thos V Dudley preachKil from outward appearance would have average of 524 The second day 62 sold Professor John Burnam of Georgetown ed one of his characteristically able serbeen judged to be a modern constructed College made Richmond a short visit this mons at the Episcopal church this place for 14615 an average of 235 The third Best make of Ltdies md Misse Kvery pair residence The fact is the house was an week Gloves ever in town day 30 told for 4425 an average of 148 One confirTuesday night of last week old timer The large timbers which had guaranteed mation Misses Cecil and Kinnairdof Danville All parties indebted to C E Smith been weatherboarded on the outside and visited the Misses Crow this place last 4i- - Ckookk Bennett Urxs Rev R B Mahony seems to be serving for Drugs must call at tbe store and set- Â¬ plastered on the inside show that they week a liberal people He took up collection at tle same by May court day After that The Homeopathic Medical Society of were hewn and placed in position in the Tbe directors of the Keutucky Luion Kenturky will meet iu convention iu his church in Columbia Tenn last Sun Mr J K Worrell of Steimmetz Mo date accounts will be placed in the year 17S9 which date is clearly and disday and raised for one object alone 80250 It Railway Company have formed a com Â¬ the city of Louisville on May 20tb aud hands of an attorney for collection tinctly cut in the timbers This house was here Saturday among his numerous pany of which J Stoddard JohuHon 21 Stanford Journal friends C- Alexander weut down to Frank- Â¬ then was more than one hundred years old E1 Is President to build a city at the Burnam A Hume are agents for rlrst Rev E P Benton of Speedwell will Squire John McCord of Clark came fort yesterday to settle estate of Mrs Three Forks of the Kentucky River and is certainly one of the earlies land third Saturday preach at Mt Tabor the Keiniugham with her brother Landou It will be located a few miles from elasa iuaurance compauies Try them marks in the interior of Kentucky This over last week and visited relatives in this and Sunday in May During the meet33 old residence doubtless could unfold many couuty Thomas It amounts toabout 150000 BeHttyville at the junction of the ing an effort will be made to organize a a tale of early pioneer daring and suffer- Â¬ She willed to charitable purposes over North aud Middle Forks Messrs Gatewood and Ewing of MontM TWuuisij Binds iter of Most Irvine Eagle Sunday school ing 820000 The real estate here residence From the structure of the house ad- gomery county visited Dr J M Poyntz Collier died in Garrard county aged Tlie Xejjros Franchise Secure Out of 170 Presbyteries that have voted aud 50 acres is iu the hinds of the ditions having been made to it it was last week 77 year on the subject of the revision of the ConJudge A W Tourgee who was a sol will be most valuable Thomases aud originally of the Kentucky log cabir style Mrs D A Shanahan leaves CntOUTPT MltK al iuii fession of Faith of the Presbyterian church for lots if they conclude to sell Paris dier in the Iniou army and who made and all Ur Cneauu of architecture prevailing in pioneer days n of the for a protracted visit to relatives in 10 favor revision 55 oppose it and five Â¬ ins literary career by romance and ar tlnoat and lui Ken tuckyian Citizen The logs were in a perfect state of preser Louisville decline to take a stand one way or the gument to befriend the freedmen re Dr J H Mrlnrnnrri Tir Wins Lanag vation although it has been more than one Miss Kate Phelps of Madison has been Circus Tickets biven Away 4t cently published an article iu The Fo- Â¬ Balm hundred years since they were hewr from the guest of Mrs W M Bright Stan other All purchasers of goods to the rum pointing out tiie insufficiency of Mian Lida Flood who was so badly Bishop T U Dudley preached at Christ the primeval forest This old land mark lord Journal amount of So or upwards from us the late amendments to tbe constitu burner by a stroke of ligl tiling men Church Lexington Sunday before last is three years older than the CommonMr Luther Dykes of Clark county Friday will be accompanied by the tion to protect the Negro in his politi tion of which was made last week it During the day he confirmed 33 persons wealth of Kentucky which was admitted to came over last week to visit his sons J gift of a circus ticket You not only get cal rights An answer to this appears is thought is now io a far way to re8 from South BroadStatehood in June 1792 There are no E 24 at Christ Church and J D Dykes your goods as cheap or a little cheaper in the May Forum by Gen Roger A cover Owiiigsviile Outlook way mission in the afternoon a young records in this county Mercer or Lincoln from us as from anybody else but then Pry or who was a soldier iu tbe Con- Â¬ wife of Winchester Mayor Garner and colored woman at St Andrews by which the owership of the land at that If you want to buy a sclky surrey a nice new circus ticket free gratis federate army and Gen Pryor shows visited Mr B W Turner and wife this time can be traced Who originally conbuggy or carriage call nu Donelson Robert R West was ordained to the for uotbing Respectfully Yours that the recent amendments are suffi- for be has the latest best and cheapest structed the house is probably known to place last week gospel ministry in Washington City on 11 Vokies Scuooifieii A Co cient to protect the Negro iu his fran Â¬ no living man 5- It seems a pity that so Mr Jack McCord of Winchester one last Wednesday 23rd inst He was born A Lexington telegram of Friday says chise and that the results ibey meant venerable a habitation should be pulled of C Us old students attended the Con- Â¬ and reared in this county and is the son of John Linn aud Miss Lizzie Co u rati down to make way for this age of disre- test Friday night A breach of promise suit was filed this to attain have been iu every way se were married u the turnpike road near Mr John K West He has been called It gard lor all things which savor of antiquiafternoon iu the Fayette Circuit Court cured B Mrs A A Underwood of Lincoln to the pastorate of a suburban church in county Great Crossing by Miss Amauda Humstou of this ty Who built the original house Macounty is visiting her mother Mrs Mitch- the above named city Lancaster Record Gov Bucner is going to be a dele Conrads mother oppted her marrying1 against John Simpson a gate from Hart county to tbe constitu- but her brother assited iu getliii county jor Barbour father ot Mr James Barbour ell on Estill Avenue A colored excursion will be run from wealthy farmer also of this county for tional convention which from present liceuse which was procured at George Â¬ of Mavsville and Prof L G Barbour of Frankfort to this place Sunday on account Mr Julian Adair of Carlisle spent sev10000 In her affidavit she states that indications is sure to be composed for town Richmond one of Danvilles pioneer eral days last week at the Glyndon visit- laying of the corner stone of the new Methmerchants lived in the house sixty years the defendant uuder promise of marri the most part of the very best men of odist church and one will be run from this Combination Horse Sale to morrow Ice cream soda water at ing his father Mr F H Adair ago Probably some member of that fam aire seduced her and persistently re- the State The governor will add dig 45 ZT RKI J Mr R Tate Irvine attorney at law place to Frankfort same day on account See local fused to marry her Therefore she ily might be able to trace this old residence of the baptism of 140 converts to the BapBourbon has five horses entered at Terre claims this amount Simpson Is a well uity ability and broad statesmanship to Big Stone Gap Va came on Monday to Married at Lexington Wednv back to the hardy pioneer who built it for the round trip Haute for the Spring races Fare tist church the body and bis presence iu it will be is known man of fine family and large of iuestimalile value Interior Journal at the Pbceuix Hotel Mr W Archie here in the heart of the dark and bloody see his student brother who sick Bourbon News The inbred Moor ttalliou Benjamin fortune Miss Humston is a pretty Mr Irvine Blanton wife and daughter nunting grounds Bedford a young attorney of ColumIt is the intention of Rev W Y Sheppard of Harrodsburg by Sultan 224 dam by the vivacious girl of about twenty three Rose 220 PROHIBITION CONVENTION bia Mo to Miss Lizie rough daugh the officers of the Methodist church to of Cynthiana who visited relatives in held an interesting service at the Metho- Â¬ Moor sold in California recently for years utilize a marked log found in the old Richmond last week have gone home The Prohibitionists and friends of ter of John Gtugh the wealthy cattle dist church Monday night and at its conhouse in the construction of the new Mr Harry Hanger was called on Wed clusion took the names of the Episcopa- Â¬ 20000 Temperance iu Madison couuty are re Â¬ dealer of Clark county A notable art feature of tbe number church and thereby secure for these cen- nesday to his home near Staunton Vir- lians here It is his purpose At the tale of the Shelby County Fine quested to assemble in mass conven lOOtHM PmnN af tiii to establish of Harpers Bazar published April 25 Horse Association forty animals were tennial times of Methodism a relic which ginia by the sudden death of his father tion at the Court House iu Richmond a mission here and preach to it once or of wool We waut 100O0 pounds page reproduction of disposed of at an average of 500 Best will be double itself is a centenarian 011 Monday afternoon May 5th 1S90 Miss Lelia Jones of New Castle Ky more a month using the court house for 45- Bku CoVINiTuN AnHuU Le Rieur Rembrandts painting price 560 County Court day for the purpose of visited her brother Mr W AJones last the services Stanford Journal specially engraved by Charles Baude Former Constitutional Convention selecting delegates to the Prohibition The costliest horse barn in the world week Mr Jones was one of the contest Without Purse or Script the life of for Harpers Bazar This engraving Kentuckys first Constitutional Conven- Â¬ ants Friday night State Couveniion at I exington All belongs to D E Crouse and is located at waa exhibited at the Paris Exposition Geo O Barnes which readily sold for FOR CiaCUIT COURT CLKK tion was held at Danville in April 792 Prof Bush of Madison Indiana will five dollars when first issued is now on Syracuse N Y It has now cost the last summer when M Bitide received cordially invited and earnestly request ansb- K POWELL of Spe- Samuel McDowell was President and ed to be present open a dancing school at No 227 west sale at many second hand book Horse in owner a millionaire horseman something a gold medal 10 recognition of his skill f Msuliaoa ilnte for Circuit Court Clfrk Thomas Todd Clerk W c Peyton It like 700000 Main street to morrow evening He Louisville at ten cents per copy This Demo Â¬ cunty subject to tlir The engraving will be accompanied The 6econd convention was hell at comes well recommended Joseph Dawson a young man of Owings witb an article by Ripley Hitchcock Robert G Tucker eldest son of Gid cratic party little incident shows that fame is a very Frankfort in August 1799 Alexander ville has gone to thcCity of Mexico havLI Fut eon Tucker oue of our most promineut the well known New York art critic Mrs Lucas Brodhead of Spring Sta- unsubtantial thing even at best and that Bullitt of Jefferson was President Twenty-fing in charge a 10000 horse sent as a JAMr Tt and successful merchants and Miss the posthumous kind lives the longest It tion formerly Miss Breck this place was Fayive counties were represented present to his Excellency President Diaz Lucy Turney daughter of Maj Heury Judge of tticti Harrodsburg Democrat 15 ette and Bourbon had the largest repre- one of the guests at the Prof 8- - H Batcher LL D who Turuey me popular proprietor of the the DemotTtti party from Col Worthington ot Covington May 15 is the date of the meeting of wedding at Hillsboro O sentation six delegates each Those from Axtells first foal is out of Queen by will contribute to the May number of Bourbon House were married at New Presbyterain General Assembly NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Fayette were John Breckinridge fohn Miss Bettie Arnold returned Friday the As Axtells dam was Harpers Magizine an article on Ev- poit Ky on Monday last Paris Rec Â¬ Mambrino Boy McDowell John Bell H Harrison B from the New England Conservatory of North for the consideration of the great olution of Humor is the successor of ord also by Mambrino we have here some Music Miss Bettie sails June iSth for question of revision of the creed The Thruston Walter Carr Prof Blackie in the Chair at the Unichurch has never faced a more momen- breeding the result of which will be As to Who butt Hie bull off the bridge Kemainiiiir unclaimed iu the Post Madison had three delegates G een Europe to be absent several months versity of Edingburg Professor Butch- Â¬ watched with interest Newt office at Richmond Ky week ending tous proposition for change since the disClay Thomas Clay William Irine Misses Dempie Cecil and Eliza Kin er maintains that the perception of the we caut tell unless it was the fellow April solution of the ties which bound the James E Clay has taken a nomination that wouldnt use Ganters maic Brook Clark had three Clarke Hickman Sud naird Messrs George Green and J S ludicrous cannot be explained on strictchicken cholera cure Sold no eure Campbell Major Garrard had one William Eled Fisher of Danville who visited Miss Lucy Southern wing to the general church in in the 10000 stake to be trotted at the ly Darwinian principles duth no pay by Stocnton A Brooks Rich Â¬ bv Mr soe Jessamine had one John P ice Crow last week returned home Monday the United States Harriman Daily Ad- July meeting of the Detroit Driving Club He will name one of Cyclones colts and vance CheaantDrew Tbe Southern Limited via tbe C mond Ky It The counties of Estill Jackson and Rock Mr Will Scearce of Lexington formaylor Doyle fSer ie V Next the one that beats him will win the stake C C A St L Ry Big Four Route A rally at Providence church castle had not been formed Ountam Kl ward- - Emma erly of this place was one of the attendThe marriage of Miss Sallie Hackley Paris Kentuckian Citizen from Cincinnati aud Indianapolis to Sunday at 9 oclock there will be a mass present Constitution was adopted The Park Eades Krance- - E ants at the marriage of Mr Robert Swi Paint Lick to Mr Jerry Sandidge of Frances Amanda G J White St ton have lost thirteen New York and Boston is the finest Painter meeting of the children of the neighborat Frankfort in June 1S50 James Guthrie gert of Fayette to Miss Armstrong of Py A F train iu America and provides the best Danville is officially announced to Frances F L hood to organize for the summer work colts the past few days by the maretslip of Louisville President Thomas J Helm Hillsboro O Col Roy White thinks the troub- and quickest service ever ottered be take place on May 7th at old Paint Fort Frank This will be followed by preaching at It ping The delegates from Madison Secretary Ellen Mr and Mrs Peter Honn of Milwau- oclock all who are intercstsd in church le arises from the effects of a dormant tween the East and the West landing Lick Church The ceremony will be Garlan Mariar Mrs lie Mrs were Squire Turner and William Chen Green kee Wis have lately been visiting rela work are invited to be present Children distemper coupled with the heavy cold passeugers in the heart of New York performed by Rev Green Clay Smith Griffv Lu ault beauti- Â¬ Tbe assisted by Rev Eddlesou the pastor Jones Lucy who have collection cards will report rains Eight of the colts were mules City without ferry transfer Fayettes delegates were James Due ley tives in this neighborhood Their France co Malaroda ful daughter Miss Ella accompanied them Limited is a solid vestibuled Miss Lulu Batoi will play the wtd Kortz J Southern three horses and two jennets Bring your music book Clarks was Anand Robert Wickliffe art Land Jack They will visit Rev Milton Elliott of train heated by steam lighted by gas diug march Lincaster Record Morris Evans Probably the most remunerative posidrew Hood Estills was Luther Bniw rchl Miller Nannie Mr- Kirksville before returning home Mil m to T r ner Jackson had not been formed Rcck Post Office hours from 8 Elder C K Marshall of Baltimore tion in connection with the great running and provided with an elegant dining Elegant New tioe4s Eagle It m Money order ami registered letter castle Jonathan Newcuin If Garrard lers Creek correspondent Irvine associations is that of starter J F Cald- car service formerley pastor of the Christian Church Are being received daily bv Cassell hours prompt 7 a m to r m W Taylor attorney at law delivered two excellent sermons here Sun- Â¬ well formerly of this State he it now had a delegate it saems he failed to sign Mr G Over 250000 shad aud 1000000 perch Price Lexington Ky New style black J B WILLIS p v his name Jessamine was represented by Great Falls Montana passed through day Bro Marshall has a salary of 1800 earning 100 a day and tince his engage- Â¬ have been hatched out at the Salisdrapery nets and grenadines Handsome Alexander K Marshall Lincoln by John Richmond last week on his way home per year without parsonage and out of ments at the Winter track he has had a bury station Maryland At the Tuck noveltv suits not soiled or kliopworn at R SCOTT Baliinger Boyle Albert Gallatin Talbott from a business trip South He stopped ofl this he pays 27 50 for rent monthly for practically uninterrupted season from hoe station 7000000 slriped or ring much less than the importers price The IETEHIXAR Mercer Thomas P Moore Woodford here to see his brother Dr T J Taylor residence There is a membership ot 500 years end to years end and earns nearly perch have been hatched It is expected best assortment of hosiery in the city at GRA1H ATE ONT VET COLL and went by Boonesborough to see the and while they are liberal they are not 30000 per annum Advocate John L Waller Scott William Johnson that 12000000 shad aud 6000000 extremely low prices French and Amer Bourbon George W Williams and Richfamily of his wife nee McCord wealthy Bro Marshall was obtaining The great mare Beautiful Bellt by the herring will he put out at this station ican challies in choice new styles In x otTlct ard H Hanson Montgomery Richard orri fact everything new and stylish for the lillKllHIll bui Mr William Walker representing M means to establish another church in Bal Moor out of Minnehaha has recently duriug the season Apperson timore Pans Kentuckian Citizen dropped her eleventh foal a filly by Elecladies toilet all of which can be had at L S Fechheimer Cincinnati has gone For rent a nice house of 5 rooms the very lowest prices and if you buy beJohn Hargis a relative of Mr H C to Texas and Mexico with samples of The 62nd annual Diocesan Council of tioneer Of her foalt all are living except Hargis of this place represented the winter clothing Just imagine the old boy the Episcopal church will convene in Bell Boy which waa burned at Versailles large garden good cistern E W fore examining this choice ttock vou will counties of Breathitt and Morgan Da in Southern Texas on the 4th of July the St Johns church here on Wednesday last winter Since the was put to breed- Wiggins or Mrs Sallie Ward a rare treat and pay higher prices miss 46- vid Meriwether was one of the delegates themometer 114 wrestling with seven May 6th and continue in session for three ing Beautiful Bells has produced each ON 15 and iS West Main street 45 46 from Louisville and recently was a memtrunks of heavy cassimeres chinchillas days About too ministers and delegates year In 103 she produced a tilly by Ben D Spears was made joyful last The Confederate Association of Ken The celebrated and the like ber of the Legislature and a large number of visitors will be in Piedmont all the othert being by ElecTuesday by a visit from his brother tucky has subscribed floOUO towards Ben Hardin was one of the delegates from Pre Council services will be tioneer The produce of this mare it Geo C Spears whom he had not seen attendance he fund of 1UO000 being raised aa a Nelson and Charles Wickliffe was the held by the Rt Rev C C Penick of probably worth 250000 Advocate DIED for twenty three years About lsb7 gift for Mrs Jeff Davis aud family other The late Governor John W StevLouisville on Monday night and Tues The sale of the celebrated Belle Meade George left Danville to seek a western I will rent at public auction before enson represented Kenton Handkerchiefs the Court House door in L Mrs D W Cobb died at Kirksville day mornig May 5th and 6th Tuesday Stud began near Nashville Thursday home aud after looking about conclud But few of the delegates are now aliye in Madison county Ky on Saturday night Rt Rev T U Dudley D D will Thirty four yearling colts sold for 38350 ed to settle at Hudson New Mexico Elegant Hue of ladies handkerchiefs Ky for the balance of the year No county had more than two repre- April 26th 1800 The burial took place preach and administer the apostilic rite of an average of 1128 and twenty seven 40- - Crook k Bennett A Urmston HOUSE THE DWELLING where be is doing well Nicholasville sentatives and in only two instances did in Richmond Cemetery on Sunday confirmation Versailles Sun fillies brought 261 75 an average of 969 Journal out houses and garden with 12 acres of one delegate represent more than two Pig Iron Kelleys old home at Phil At the missionary anniversary of North- Twenty brood mares most of which were iidjacent to same belonging to P H Davenport died at Seymour Illiconnties JamesGarrard represented Clay Try Z T Rice A Co s Ice cream adelphia called tbe Elms is a br ick ltuti about three fourth of a mile from bought in by Gen W H Jackson who B me nois on Tuesday April 15 1890 He was ern New York Conference Dr A 45- Letcher and Perry and James M Lackey house three stories high covered with Richmond Ky Also anot breeding business at soda Ky in 1803 lived in Leonard who once ran for prohibition will continue the the counties of Floyd Pike and Johnson born at Danville stucco It contains twenty one rooms Belle Meade realized 17150 an average Governor in Ohio denounced the attempts Richmond and removed West in 1840 Thos L Piudell died near Minerva ami all the wood work iu it is solid will The noted stallions of 875 of political control of the Roman Catholic of consumption The Dover News walnut TOURISTS Mrs Mattie F Cox wife of Jeff Cox church in America and said that no mem- Â¬ remain at Belle Meade Gen Jacksays Several years ago he lived in adjoining same with large Kardu ami Whether on pleasure beut or business died near Kingston in Madison county ber of that religion could fill the president- Â¬ son buying them in Iroquois and Bring Is Wool pastures adjacent to same Immediate Jessamine county and in a lottery drew April 25th 1890 ial chair as long as it was known that 011 every trip a bottle of Ky on Friday should lake 34000 and 5000 which he iuveated in a farm possession to be given the renter an 1 the Luke Blackburn told for 100000 pounds Market price Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas- Â¬ aged 33 years She was a daughter of mouth nearest his ear would be that of 20000 respectively be given bonds for the rent money Bramble brought near Dover which be recently sold for 45- Covinoton Arnold A Bro by him payable to me with gotd antly and effectually 011 tbe kidneys John W Francis deceased and has been the man on the Tiber He vigorously atN inety one brood maret sold for 2500 to his due u or before the 25tli of De Â¬ Mrs E W Lee died at Danville last liver and bowels preventing fevers married five years but left no children tacked Mormonism apathy in church and 78950 an average of 3ta The total 8000 He leaves tbe money N T Doty cember next parents brothers and sisters and it is week headaches aud other forms of sickness Her affliction involved the ear and the the exclusion of Chinamen from immigra- sum realized by the tale is 199075 It April 2s 1S90 Paris quite a fortune for them For sale iu 50c and 1 00 bottles by all throat and had been of several years tion His words aroused considerable enWJ J S Collins stand their mamyou spit up phlegm aud are troub Â¬ If duration leading druggists thusiasm moth jack Bourbon Chief at the place of led with a hackiui coukIi use Dr J W J Collins 1 milet north of RichMrs Hannah Cole die at Clay City Covington Arnold A Bro want H Mcleans Tar Wine Lung Halm The following is the program of the THIN COLUMN 40 52 45- Ky on Tnursday April 24 1890 aged 67 annual meeting of the American Bible mond The season price is for jennets 100000 pounds of wool years She was the wife of John G Cole Society to be held at the First Presbyte Mrs Oscar Wilde is one of tbe sweet Â¬ 25 the season or 50 to insure a living Miss Crazy Bull is a belle of Chamberhands high Alton Angler who goes as United est women in London society late of Richmond and daughter of Dr rian church this place Sunday night May colt Bourbon Chief is 16 lain South Dakota and the Messrs States consul to Rheims was once an deceased for whom Jake White Sr Impress it upon the readers 1 Voluntary by the choir and weighs 1200 pounds WOOL A Sea Green man from Cincinnati was White Hall this county was named The 4th at 730 Collins say is the biggest jack in the open ainger in Europe by Rev B C 2 Reading the Scriptures here last week The circus will probably burial took place in Richmond cemetery We want 100000 pounds of wool for mind that world He is coal black with mealy nose Hagerman 3 Prayer by Dr E Forman Mitt Hanieya C aim Ignored overtake him which we will pay the highest market and for bone weight style action and on Saturday Deceased left only one child Bedford lad April 2b The jury in 4 Minutes of Last Annual Meeting and The Devil must be o ne kind of a musiMrs Wm Mahone of Clay City and she no equal He is by Red the case of Miss Lilian Hartley against price Covington Arnold A Bro of Executive Committe by Secretary 5 appearance has 45- cal instrument or a game of some sot is in extremely ill health by Pattersons Buena Ferguson for the payment of a note for Mrs Cole had Reports of Depositary and Treasurer 6 mons Hercules he 6000 which she claimed was given her because we frequently hear of somebody been sick a year Vista he by imported Mammoth First George D Briugham who baa just the only one of the Had in Election of Officers for the Ensuing Year aa a guaranty that he would marry her playing the Devil c dam by Lears Napoleon been re elected town clerk ot Gruhn Richard X White died in Richmond 7 Time and Place ot next Annual Meetrendered a verdict in favor of the Madison county Also that we It must be imWhat is this thing clo Sons at their place R P Fox Ky on Monday April 28th 1S90 aged ing 8 Miscellaneous Business 9 Song defendant A breach of promise case Mass has served in tbat position for portant as we see that Covington Si guarantee our priem to be Urn miles out on Jacict Creek pike will stand against Ferguson remains to be disposed thirty five consecutive years 68 years The funeral will take place from 10 Address by Dr J V Logan it AdSchoolfield Crock Mitchel Vories their finely bred stallion Milton at 15 of than any other house in the his residence on Fourth Avenue to day at dress by Rev Preston Blake 12 Song Ice cream furnished in quantities for Urmston W A Powell J Bennett He is a bay 3 years old 15 hands high 1 1 oclock county Also that we handle Benediction Dallas Watsr Works Sabmarcsd and the burial in the Cemetery 13 familiea and parties at greatly reduced Stouffer and others advertise it extensively good mane and tail and well formed His Dallas Tex April 23 The Trinity The deceased had been in feeble health for Z T Rice A Co We find the following item in the Big 1st dam is by Whites Hambletonian 2nd river rose so high that the water works rates The Christian Observera prominent r some months He was born in Clay coun45- SimRer W A by Black Diamond 3rd by Don Juan 4th were submerged at 12 oclock yesterday ligious paper of Louisville comments on ty but removed to Richmond many years Stone Gap Herald and the pumps abandoned aa they are In a caae just disposed of tbe SuWhites HambletoAs many the remarkable fact that not a member of ago and lived here continuously except a mons a Baptist minister from Richmond by Copperbottcm you Presbyterian church wa6 killed by tlie short time in Missouri about the beginning Kentucky is in the city on a visit of in- nian by Curtis Hambletonian his dam Bob twenty feet tinder water The river ia preme Court of Iudiana has decided the still rising spection and is so well pleased with the tbat a will made on Sunday is valid he by Mambrino Chief his dam Sorry to know that the Prestornado of the war For twenty years he was outlook that he is thinking of locating Didlake Fatal Cap of Tsa Miltons 2nd dam by Black by Bertrand byterians are so scarce in the Falls City GOOD JOB director in the First National Bank and here He preached two very interesting New York April 28 Pullman Can- Â¬ Drennon his dam by He leaves a sermons last Sunday and the public is Diamond he by Old ton Fisher aged 21 months who waa was one of its councilors Fine Side Combs per pair- Let Wilkea Baxter do your paper ioc Weekesser Prepared Chief born In a Pullman car near Canton O considerable estate and an untarnished invited to hear him next Sabbath morning Mambrino ioo yards Spool Silk stands the excellent com- Â¬ upset a boiling cup of tea upon bis head banging and get a good job at the low Si Co will not be caught W F Powers F Weckesser name Button Hole Twist 6 Spools- eat prices 4346 05c and night on two special subjects men Â¬ bined stallion Ivanhoe at 8 at Parrish yesterday and died from his injuries napping by the horse sale to morrow the Best 200 yd Cotton Thread a lor 05c tioned elsewhere in this issue Mr SimWilliam Waller Phelps is said to be Dinelli as Usual Cunninghams stable in Richmond circus Friday and Court day Monday Railroad Accldsnta In March Best Crimped Hair Pin 200 for 05c of Lawrenceburg They will have for their lunch counter New York April 2S Thero were 171 worth 8000000 the greater part of Extra nice steak fish bam eggs and mons was the pastor theyears and his Ivanhoe is a mahogany bay 4 years old 05c J4 Sheets 6 lb Writing Paper for several inches high heavy mane and railroad accidents reported in March in which is invested in railroad securities and dining room in the Revenue buildinjj bread with coffee and fresh sweet milk Baptist church 15 hands 5 13 Sheets Heavy Foolscap 05c many friends here will be glad to learn of tail fine style and action Sired by Lim- Â¬ which 44 persons were killed and 165 in Â¬ an unusually large supply of choice thing for dinner Thursday Friday Saturday Woe Wanted 5 Envelope- his whereabouts After leaving here he ber Jim record sire of Tom Cov- Â¬ jured to eat Spring chicken in various styles and Monday 231 Doutgive us out Wo - 05c 100000 pounds by Covington Arnold 3 Papers Good Conftdsrate Tttsrans Horns ham steak vegetables breads pies ami are always in tbe ring and never tbe went to Kansas where he remained sever- ington record 228 he by Richmond Best Brass Pint per paper osc 45- al years Lawrenceburg News Atlanta G April 2a Yesterday A Bro vacakes coffee tea and milk and agreat Chief 235 he by Garrard Chief 223 he A new cook just least bit disfigured 6 Papers Best Tacks the ceremony of laying the corner stone riety of fruits If you are at all hungry from Italy Seventeen car loads of bananas passed The Louisville and Nashville Railroad by Mambrino Chief Ivanhoes dam by ot the Confederate Veterans Home was It 8 Dineixi A Co oSc 8 qt Pressed Tin Milk Pan through Lawrenceburg last Saturday anywhere from slightly to ravenously cal has made arrangements to run a through Yates Drennon he by Old Drennon witneaaed by an immense concourse of at the New York Restaurant Revenue Nothing gives better evidence of train from Louisville to Fort Worth Second dam by Tranby people General Joseph E Johnston eu route fur tbe Chicago market Tbe US CALL AND S C Bogie stands the fine saddle stal- Â¬ and EL Kirby Smith were enthusiastic Â¬ train waa wrecked ju t thisside of Lou- Â¬ building and have yoar hunger appeasec tbe material advacement of property Texas next month for the benefit of the Â¬ and your thirst quenched it values iu Versailles than the sale of the delegates to the Baptist Convention to be lion Leon at Ruthton this county at 8 ally greeted lion J C Black of Au isville and the ftuit badly pled WHITHER YOU WANT TO Lawrenceburg News buildiuK now occupied by Amsdeiis held there May 10 15 This train is al Leon is 6 years i62 hands high dark gusta delivered the oration said an old resident tbe other ways known as the Baptist train Bunk Charged With Embexzllnr MATRIMONIAL and brown fine style a natural saddler and Ik your kidneys are inactive yon Seattlk Wa sh April 28 Secretary will feel aud look wretched even in tbe day I can remember be continued will be made up with especial regard for Mr Bogie claims is an unsurpassed breedmost cheerful society and meia Miss Mary M Rowland of Lexington wheu that bouse was Hold for 1800 the comfort and convenience of the rever er By Peacock by Old Peacock by Im McCoorobs of the Ileliof Committee Dr J U Mc Land will be Mr Amadeu bought it some years ago end gentlemen who will go The train ported Diomede Peacocks dam was a which has in charge 35000 remaining on the jollieat occasion and Mr George W 41- I to of the fund Seattle after the Leans Liver She has often for 3200 aud yesterday it sold for will consist of parlor sleeping and drawing-married this afternoon Davy Crockett mare by Millions Cop great June tire ia charged with having u right 40- visited Miss Mollie Fife this place room bottle Pullman care and will be run per bottom 16000 ombeuled a pc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ through by the Louisville and Nashville entirely to New Orleans where a change will be made to the Denver Texas and Fort Worth Stops will be made at Nash ville Decatur Mobile Montgomery and Birmingham and also at Huston the only stop of importance in Texas On the re turn trip arrangements have been made by the Baptists of New Orleans to entertain the visiting delegates and several days will be spent tight seeing and feasting in the Crescent City A delightful arrangement on the part of the managers of the affair gives the tourist the opportunity of seeing the entire route by daylight meaning that portion of the route traversed at night on the trip going will be gone over by daylight on the return The Covington Commonwealth says The class of 72 persons which were con firmed at Trinity Church was the largest class ever confirmed by Rev Dudley since he has been Bishop It was also the largest class ever confirmed in Trinity In this class there 29 men and Church 43 womon The majority of the candidates had passed their majority 20 of them were over 30 years of age and 6 were 40 Twenty one were business men and In two instances 14 were married people husbands and wives were confirmed together and in two others parents were confirmed with their children In four instances brothers and sisters were confirmed at the same time and in two othert sisters were confirmed in the same family A Sunday school teacher with six of her scholars came the young men kneeling on either side of their teacher One of the men in this confirmation class is engaged to one of the young ladies who was con- Â¬ firmed and kneeling tide by tide they received confirmation together After confirmation the candidates received their first communion from the Bishop who confirmed them and their Rector who presented them their families in some cases receiving at the same time This class carries the present number of communicants in Trinity Church to over 500 Dinner far Tnursday Friday and Monday We will be specially prepared to fur nich nise dinners for all who may visit us on tbe days above mentioned Tbe nicest freshest and best of everything to eat Clean dishes table cloths nap- Â¬ kins Ac Ac Co F Wfckesser It The Round TaMe Tbe latest and moat interesting ven Â¬ ture in Southern Journalism is the mag azine published in Nashville under the name wbicb heads ibis article The Round Table is a non politic maga zine of intelligent public opinion upon all the current issues of the day and has called to tbe discussion of these issues tbe ripest culture and profound est thought of the South It fills a long felt want in Southern journalism and promises to supply to us what t lie Nation ami Public Opinion supply to the thinking and reading people of the North or West It is high time that the Smith should sustain h periodical of this kind aud it is particularly desirable that our sec ion should be rep resented now in the Congress of Amer ican thought by a magazine whose purposes iu this direction are so amply sustained by the talents and culture which it bus called to its assistance Tribune of Rome Georgia It The grand old elm at Church and Cbapel Streets on the south west corner of the Green1 New Haven Coon was planted just 100 years ago April 18 iu memory of Benjamin Franklin I a centennial wm appropriately cele Â¬ Vr- - t r - ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 Â¬ Â¬ 111 Swigert-Armstron- g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Public- Â¬ Â¬ Renting -- Â¬ I0ID1TIE1TJ1TSTI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WE WANT TO Â¬ RACKET STORE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ NO T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ SEE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Buy or Not Â¬ vr MIGRATION OF ATMAI3 Th -- MEN AND WOMEN QUBBR -- Oh ORIGINS OP WORDS to CAXCELXD aiAMTS Charles Wonderful Instinct They Display wreath of holly upon hisDickensatplace a tomb Wt-in Their Journeying uisusr abbey at every Christmas tide An 1tor of mio O dar myfodr It equivalent 0 Dio day On Bavlae a Billion Can Fin a Quadrupeds Are Not stag alar la Ttaelr Migrations as Are ruhM Bird amd rluu- Habits of Birds la Flight - The migration of certain animals at particular seasons from one country to anotiH r in siarh of a climate or dis- habits oriasone niarkable phenomena in ni tu iistory tiin talrs place with quadra- yetji fishes birds and insects wr M Way land in the Wtm York As to the first it does not ap ically and rccrularly like many species or which a sufficient nd in the almost un psssSlga which air and land offers many im peror Praam Joseph of Austria has made Kin- - Elombert a present of 10000 Vir- ginia cigars He has a sh cIiU factory There these cigars are mads for him and his n ya friends Wnpm Morri- - the and designer is v ry Italian newspaper states that Em- - TbiuibV is thumb be tril is strictly a nose drill Varlet ad each and nos Â¬ va - Is is the same word as valet an offshoot of the feudal rthat any of them migTate period Â¬ w quadrupeds are suddenly migration The lemming rat - found in the northern part of at irregular periods w inter is approaching in and always in a straight jinp not for rivers or Som luadrupeds also lake occasionally move in large numbers and LTodrralile distances buttheseex pedition do n t take place at regular sHm to be owing to aoci- cauaea Some fad into varmer situa tion during winter thus thr salmon rs and shores on the ap- to seek the warmer i of winfa r the divn sea Other fish do the name The cnl fish move in great numbers about the month of May from the nonhorn seas towards Newfound land The shoals of herrings which icaily traverse the ocean are In The same is the case with uraerai1 pilchard anchovy etc That insects migrate is well known for lailamm locusts ants etc and move j obstinacy in a given diÂ¬ - it seized somo by mbers Â¬ rection animals however with whose migrations man is roost familiar and appear to migrate most regularly f birds The facte which are known r this point and afford a vast field observation Some birds rn after a certain absence try but t j the lilt their nests red Many iif tame in Gcr- bees marked and found to heir old nests built tatta of that on a wheel which I larly in place rner of the same is re- rdsofpas- r birds do not return to a ountry bat travel according - m one to another Banters and other people Kvinj len air know that certain - do on the ap not i proach of a seven ier How are to migr h soa- us for he has bees tellinj the shop keepers that two thirds of the thinxs seen In their windows are hideous lu color and form without the semblance of the art- Â¬ istic spirit in Unas aVaharl Drowning did not think his last Ubieea a lertsM one and insisted al most to the end that he was getting betÂ¬ ter It is stated that just before he died he turned to his son and asked for news Tin- on read a tel- Â¬ from his publisher egram saying that the edition of his last volume of ixMins was almost exhausted The Kiet upon hearing this smiled and How gratifying These mattered era his last words Fifty yai s have elapsed since Field Marshal m Moltke received the order Dour le ni rite for his services in Tur tarch B 170 after sixty years of miitary service he received the star of The four sovereigns ne order who besides him possessed this order -Frederick William I Alexander II Karl arc no and Drince Frederich more so that Moltke alone wears this froklen star with the portrait of Freder- Â¬ ick the Great The anniversary of the birth of Presi Â¬ dent Cocoas of Peru was celebrated at Lima and the festivities lasted three a newspaper correspondent writes that eiienigh aguardiente was consumed Deceptions to float a three decker banquets bull fights balls firework and military reviews were anions the The presents offered and accepted by the President would till a column of small print The cabinet council gave him a beauttful tea aervtea of silver and gold Statues busts and pictures were innumerable but probably the handsomest present was a sup rb sword and scabbard the blade being of the most beautiful steel the handle or pommel of the sword of pure gold with diamonds and other jewels and it is said to have cost 8000 silver A Derlin paper relates this story by way of illustrating the kindheartedness of Dom Padua Jsome years ago a woman in Derlin was deserted by her hus- Â¬ band A few months later she received a letter and some money from him but soon ceased and the wo Â¬ man was left in the greatest povertv When Dom Pedro was In Derlin she begged for an audience and told him her story lie promised to do all he could on Some time elapsed his return to Drazil and the woman thought the Emperor had forgotten her when one day a letter arrived from her husband enclosing for her to come to Drazil He that a high official had one day called on him and told him that the Em peror ertshed to see him the next day and at their meeting Dom Pedro had made him promise to send for her Â¬ -Â¬ 1 uiopiilar in Ki gluiid iet just now Slav Is not the slave of the old etymologists but in reality a man of noble lineage the famous London Rotten row itreet recalls la route dn roi the Kings passageway Dandelion is dent do leon the lions tooth and vinegar was once vin atgre sour wine Madame is my lady and sir has bean extracted from the Latin senior through the French Diseuif keeps alive the Latin bis coctus twice cooked and a verdict Is simply a vere dictum true saying An earl was an elder in the primi- Â¬ tive society while pope is the same as papa and Czar and Kaiser are both Osars A villain before the stigma of dis- Â¬ grace was attached to him was a laborer on the villa of a Roman country gentle- Kinfrs In the earliest days vera mere- Â¬ ly the fathers of families and the word Is derived from the same source as Â¬ LITERARY NOTES Mrs Alexander the author of Wooing Ot has written a new novel enti a Womans Heart Thomas Hardy has written a new novel entitled The Melancholy Hussar east are set in England in the time of George III Deports from London say that nearly of Lord Tennysons new Demeter and Other Poems volume were sold there within a week of publi- Â¬ cation Gebbie 4 Co Philadelphia have just published a delightful book on the drama entitled Players and Playrights I Have a record of the English stage Known from ISM to ls80 by John Coleman Co will publish Imme D Appleton diatelyAround and About South Amer- Â¬ by Frank Vincent who relates his ica experiences of twenty months of quest and query made useful with maps and and fifty four full page illustra- Â¬ Â¬ kin wife or Queen at first meant mother and a survival of Its early signification exists in quean used now only In a bad sense Quelrjtiechose we have Jumbled Into and our gewsaws rep Â¬ kick shaws resent the joui joux or playthings of former French children Hu77y was once a respectable house- Â¬ wife a knave was simpiy a boy the German knabe of to day and a caitiff n as in the first place merely a captive Ilmmy is a reminiscence of the classical adjuration O gemlni used by the Romans when they called upon the twins Castor and Pollux to help them borrowed R dlugcote is riding coat by the French from our own language and returned to us in a new guise with the dress makers stamp of approval Slop shop has nothing to do with slops as some amateur etymologists have asserted but means nothiDg shop the word coming from the Icelandic stopper a coat Lord is the Anglo Saxon hlaford loaf The Latin term for lord distributer dominus has given us dominie the old term for preacher and the same root is found In dame Roamers are people who go to Rome to soc the Pope and aunterers was the appellation bestowed on the reli gious enthusiasts who made the pilgrimage to the salute tone the holy land A country dance 19 a contra opposite dance and the frequently mistaken etymology of this word calls to mind the fact that a tuberose has nothing of the rose about it being simply a tuber ous plant When a man sas he does not care a curse he means that he does not care a cress the lingual Btetothettl here being similar to that which makes gooseber axe out of ries out of gorseberries ask and wapse out of wasp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Market for The so Has any one 1000000 stamps cr 500 000 or 100000 The sian who has long been wanted by peopls who have saved up stamps and who have jealously guarded them for years has been found He actually buys canceled stamps by the This million or the hundred thousand cheerful news is given for the benefit of those who have cried out for informa- Â¬ tion from time to time But the man who buys them does not expect to see them redeemed nor w he trying to reÂ¬ lieve the sufferings of those who have carefully hoarded the little green tins the 3 ccnt stamp the 5 cent stamp But the and the stamp of all kinds seekers of wealth by stamp selling are not apt to acquire great fortunes in this way If they have only collected a few thousand or even 100000 they would better become discouraged and give it up for the wholesale market price of canceled stamps unless for some particular reason they are extrinsically more And that is valuable is 100 a million 10 a hundred thousand said Why do I buy postage stamps G B Caiman to a New York reporter Why to sell again of course Who wants them If people did not want them 1 cerÂ¬ tainly should not buy them Give one instance of a reasonable de- Â¬ mand for them Well there is a big cigarette com- Â¬ pany which has a canceled stamp on a picture which is given away with every The company uses box of cigarettes millions of them Another A certain publication gives a stamp book for so many coupons the coupons goitig with the papers What kind of stamps do you buy AH kinds But who wants common green 2 cent They are tot rare stamps Well they are lesi common in west- Â¬ ern Bulgaria than in New York City I buy stamps in all parts of Europe and bring them to America and I ship Amer- Â¬ ican stamps to all parts of Europe How many stamps do you buy a Â¬ L0T8 KniiiEiciHEiin Only a Limited Quantity on Hand and for Sale Only by w Yes A Hill IS FILLED WITH CLOTH em all HJStreng You are at liberty to make a thorough No arexamination before purchasing gument necessary to prove to you that our Â¬ GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and E were in the front of Spring and were ahead of LOTS ARE BARGAINS only ones that have as we arethe y T Consists of Ladies and Childrens Jersey Ribbed Vests at 15c apiece LOT NO 2 Consists of Ladies Jersey Ribbed Vests at 25c apiece LOT NO 3 Consists of a Good Standard Calico at 5c per yard LOT NO 4 Consists of Good Bleached Domestic at per yard LOTS NO 5 6 AND 7 Consist of the Best Ladies Hose in the country at lo 15 and 25c a pair Lots of Bargains 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 LOT NO No matter how high the plane 1 M BRIGHT NEW GOODS justice of inspecting our new Spring stock leSlieS YYIJ Latest Styles Youre lAll OUAA AWJ J Ui oipan COME Gentle ww6 sc of your vv and SEE US E 11 vxku anTvluiCUlUOa Just as Welcome is Spring LOOK Oft BLY 7c LOTS NO 8 AND J COVINGTON Consist of Elegant Ladies Handkerchiefs at 5 and toe a piece 121JO W Main MITCHELL Street Near Hotel Glvndo n LOT NO 10 Consists of Handsome Challies at 5c per yard year LOT NO 11 I bought over 50000000 last year Consists of Beautiful Sattcens at per For fifteen years I have averaged about yard 80000000 a year LOT NO 12 What becomes of them Think of all the shops where stamps Consists of a No 1 Quality India Linen are sold A great many peopls make at 10c per yard collections and the stamps are all gath- Â¬ LOT NO 13 ered for them in this way Consists of Lovely Dress Goods at isjc What do you pay for stamps per yard One hundred dollars for 1000000 of any kind I dont care what they are I LOT NO 14 But I pay a great deal will take them Consists of 36 inch Henriettas at 25c per Somemore for rare ones of course yard times people find old stamps whichhava been lying around for years Frequently LOT NO 15 they are very valuable Consists of 40 inch Henriettas at 50c per Suppose you wore to get in an order yard to day for 20000000 could you fill it i2c i Our Spring Styles Are Now Ready Your Careful Inspection Is Requested Â¬ Yes LOT NO 16 FOREICN NOTES OF INTEREST ver i by this term n of Irovi- a - birds away be- inter is coming on ln- may be must ha neral laws In what way lards are led to guard he approaching season whether by peculiar sensibility Piiucs from which its severity d or in other ways we know maintained that much of animals necessarily n The vicissitudes of arrival of the ilso a great in- upon t SBC rm their migration Ellza Cook in her will which was bt some species how- - probated in England a few weeks ago ly day either expresses her earnest wish that no in 1V day or nipht To the class which fly formation he given to any one for the he birds of prey which parpoae of compiling memoirs of her life - food by day the crow pie acl be Deaths her literary works to her nephew Mr Alfred Dyatt wren woodpecker chaffinch The various aspects of sore throat are ark swallow and some others Those which travel by night are the owl considered in a article by Dr J M Mills In a recent of and a great numlx r describes anumber and Dabyhood which etc new simple apparatus of aquatic bir ta which stop for the treatment of tonsilitis The di y or night are the heron wagrections for gargling may also be new to w hammer plover stork many mothers of young children who tail wild goo It is very re will find the whole article of great pracidividuals of thoi- - spe- - tical value mark hich travel day and night and Ocean an illustrated journal of travel by some cause are pr- will hereafter be published weekly comain during all the mencing early In February 1890 It f their species will contain sixteen pages of the present of the n printed size in colors with awake and only occupy themselves an exquisite cover in water color M birds like par Oij the front will be some charming ly to travel in bright moonlight Of all migrating birds the cranes are tical scenes by a well known artist on the of remarkable They various back the funnels and flags ste transatlantic passencer wed with fore- - ship lines and the signal code for merr by cerchant vessels of all nations ral days before they de tain Stanleys letters telling the story of and make a groat noise Emins rescue and accompanied by II- after which they range lustrations and ft mrt thnirini IIIL llti- Via w uwaw WS themselves in two lines forming an eier s route lrom me iingo to me coast angle at the vertex of which is the will be published by Messrs Harper A Sir William Mackinnon leader who appears to exercise author- Â¬ Drothers ity and give orders for instance to chairman of the Emin Pasha relief comform a circle in a tempest or to be mittee adds some interesting material watchful if eagles approach etc he to the volume It is of course underalso gives the sign to descend and take stood that this book will not in any way upon Mr Stanleys great work food If he is tired he places himself at trench can not possibly which be published for of the line and the bird next several months the end 1 him takes his place They utter ght more piercing cries Top or BotSssa than during the day and It seems as if Several young men were in a south - and answers were given Wild end resort one evening lately shaking geese and ducks travel In a similar way for the drinks says the Boston Globe when suddenly one of the fellows a DRINKING IN EUROPE young man who is reckoned as one of Get Tells Some Inst active Thing the coming lights of the political arena Aboat Foreign Bibulous Customs Let me take that dicebox a Last summer when I was in the said northern part of Europe I found alcohol minute handed over to him and taking It wae almost pure set free upon the breakfast out four or five dice winch were in it he table in an urn where nearly every body handed them to the barkeeper and drew a glass and absorbed Its eff box the same time taking certain pickled turning thedice on one end he placed the on it and taking his hat food After drinking of this stuff and remaining g cold rations until the appetite from Lis head covered the box and dice was stout and hardy the regular hot with it Where is that dice now ha asked breakfast was called for which aeaaaaV one of the men standing about eggs steak coffee itland On top of the box of course was and the land v nism ha out the lest is equally a land of distil the reply that i if you havent shifted eriaaof hot liquors and of heavy drink it since you put the hat down I have not said the young politician ing The North Irish though Protes and he lifted the hat again and sure tants drink just as hard as the Irish and according to my experience enough there sat the dice on the box drink harder Their superior sense of just as it had been before He set the hat down again and took thrift often appeals to the individual mind and in order to be rich one will his hands away from it while he asked lay off his liquor but the North Irish the same question be had in the first whisky whereas in middle and instance On top of the box of course repeated South Ireland they are fond of porter whence Mr Guinness obtained his great the man who had been questioned You saw-- it there did you fortune by manufacturing the odorous Certainly r of the Liffey river into brown Would you bet that it is on the top stout There is no country on the globe where intemperance exists to that de Â¬ of the box Of course I would gree that it does In the British Isles or 111 bet you a dollar that it isnt where Fnited Kingdom Perhaps the next you say it is country for heavy drinking is Holland Ail right and the men put up their equally energetic in its time Sweden and Russia are also lands where the money The first man lifted his hat and there drunkards are by no means exotic Transposed from the cold and raw sat the dice as before What did I tell you exclaimed the second sulas of the Baltic to Normandy Ive won and elsewhere the Goth became There is the dice on top of the box a man of enforced temperance to whom Hold on a minute exclaimed the the warm suns of bis new countries an- Â¬ young politician When you come to swered all the warming purposes of al Â¬ think of it wouldnt it be rather a diffi- Â¬ cohol cult task to set up a dice on the top of a dice box when there is only a very -Wideawake for slums narrow edge to set it on If you will but expo look carefully you will see that that dice signs noticed in Nebraska by a travel is resting on the bottom of the box in lag man Omaha barber shop stead of the top I guess the money is OB hed 5c extra Columbus depot mine Mr Stakeholder lemen keep out lad Thats so exclaimed the other man office- - There are no who bad bet it is on the bottom of the m my land Norfolk butcher isnt it nt give no tick Nor- - boxIts a very simple catch said the nsaraeoe agents sign All winner to the writer but ifs sure to try agents in t Iaw- catch ninety nine people out of every iisement on handbill i v 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- At present China has only three news Â¬ papers New South Wales and Queensland have erected 987 mlls of rabbit proof fences At Tucamche in Guatemala the boys In a school recently seized the schoolmaster and hanged him in the schoolÂ¬ Â¬ room The fashion of powdering the hair is re establishing itself with the Paris heiur and is expected to show itself again in London An Englishman has purchased for 30 001 the contents of the royal castle of Nuremberg containing the most com Â¬ plete collection of instruments of torture extant Would you buy as many Yes How do you handle them Those packing cases there are full of hem You see the stamps are assorted and put in envelopes and boxed for shi p menu It would not pay would it to count 1000000 2 cent stamps how do you manage that We can estimate them almost pre Â¬ cisely by weight So canceled stamps really have a market valuer If they did not as I said before I Bring round a should not buy them million or two in boxes or bales and see for yourself Tbere are few things iu these dys that ars allowed to go to witAte And ho picked up a package u foreign siaranj and gave them to the reporter as a nest egg Â¬ Consists of a handsome Line of Suitings at 650 a pattern Consists of Cassimeres CROOKE BENNETT S URMSTON LOT NO 17 at 35c per yard LOT NO 18 Consists of Camlet Cottonade at I3jc per yard DRY GOODS AND LOT NO 19 Consists of all Linen Towels at 10c a piece LOT NO 20 Consists of Beautiful Curtain Material at 2gC per yard LOT NO 21 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a boy from 5 to 12 years old at 200 LOT NO 22 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a boy from 12 to 18 years old at 500 LOT NO 23 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a man at 500 MERCHANT TAILORING According to an English journalist the United Kingdom Is considerably richer per head of the population than any Of the three wealthiest other country Countries in the world the Lnited Kingdom has 270 per head France 190 and the lnited States 100 Kaffaele Oattswee in whom Italy has lost an artist author and architect who promised to be one of the glories of the century in Italian art died recently in Venice at the asre of 20 The tomb of Pius IX in the Church of San Lorenzo outside the walls at Rome is his most important work The rumor comes from the court at Potsdam that the Priacess Maud young est daughter of the Trince of Wales is shortly to be betrothed to Duke Ernst Gunther of Behleswlg Holtlela Seeder The Duke Is the burtr Aiipustenhurg only brother of the German Empress and years old is The royal library at Derlin possesses a manuscript which proves that autograph fiends existed as early as four centuries It is in Luthers handwriting and contains besides his signature only ix Latin words Manum meum petistl ecce manum habes You aslicd for my autograph here it is Since the establishment of the Vienna free kitchens the number of drunkards Is said to have greatly diminished The medical profession testify to enormous improvement in the health of the lower classes Derangements of the stomach formerly the most frequent cases in Vienna hospitals have decreased to one third of the number of ten years ago M Zola finds the path to the academi cal chair anything but a downy one He called on a French poet the other day to solicit his vote While waiting in the anti room Zola heard the poets wife say Antone sea that this la the servant fellow does not stick indecent bills up in After leaving the salon the ante room He is not he heard the sare ady say as bad as I thougnt him lie did not spit on the carpet What is regarded as next to a decisive reason why there must be Kuropein peace is the calculation that the mobili zation 01 uie rreiicn tiermar and Kus slan armies would cost SdOOtxtoOoo and their maintaenancu in the field would cost 200000000 a month A war of three months duration would therefore use up for these three countries alone the sum of SI 300000000 Besides that every nation in Europe Including England would have to arm and hold Itself ready which would cost millions more These bills are considered too high to b assumed Â¬ --Â¬ KING OF THB GYPSIES Prosperous Old Fellow of Dayton Ohio VtTio Enjoys That IiUtinrtlnn A modest brick house standirjj a little way back from the street in a suburb of the city of Ihiyton Ohio is the property and for a part of the year the home of a ffypsy of wide repute the heir apparent to a throne in Littlo Ejrypt and here or hereabout Is the rendezvous of a numerous band or tribe This settlement Is widely known as the home of some of the richest and most influential familiesof gypsydom among them the Stanleys of whom tho present head Levi is called the King This Levi Stanley is man of something a short over seventy years he is still strong and active with a ruddy cheek and bright eye Much of his time is passed with the traveling parties while his eldest son Levi Jr a stalwart handsome man of fifty as sumes much of the active direction of affairs looking after property etc Lying scattered about to the north of Dayton are many fine farms owned by them At present most of the farms are in the hands of tenant for however near the gypsy may be to the primeval man he has not yet devel- Â¬ oped a strong liking for the labor of the primeval occupation The ti aveling and camping parties are the most interesting and pictur-Â¬ esque features of the gypsy life These usually consist of a single family the term family meaning the whole blood connection It may comprise one or a dozen wagons and from three or four to nearly half a hundred people They make long or short journeys as direct- Â¬ ed by the King stopping at each place as long as the state of the horse Â¬ thi-k-set Â¬ LOT NO 24 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes man at 750 for a LOT NO 25 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a man at 1000 NEW FIRM PowersHagan PALO ALTOl CALIFORNIA SUCCESSORS TO IHTICir CEITML II CenÂ¬ LOTS 26 27 AND 28 Consist of a Suit of Clothes for a man at 1250 15 and 18 Cannot be bought for less than 5 more on the suit anywhere in America C E SMITH J Â¬ H J H by BLUE GRASS ROUTE sire Shortest and Quickest Route from tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west S HAGAN Corner Main mi First Streets By Whipa 227 by Electioneer of Sunol 210 at 3 years oll 1st dam dam of Peruvian Bitters LOT NO 29 Consists of a Ladys Dongola Shoe at 150 Button LOT NO 30 Consists of a Ladys Custom made gola Button Shoe at 2 Chenault Successors to Ilagan Second Street next to old A VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK OF Garnett House NEW GROCERIES LOW PRICES CAREFUL ATTENTION AND RICHMOND KY Don- worth 250 LOT NO 31 Consists of Ladies Dongola Button Shoes at 556 worth 875 DRUGS AND- - Thorndale 222 by Alexanders Ab dallah dam Dolly dam of Onward 2 25 Director 217 2d dam Rosalind 221 1 by Alexanders Abdallab 3d dam Burcb mare dam of Rosalind 221 UN FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington SOUTH BOUND Ex Sun 8 lo Lve trie in nan Lve Covligton 8i8 Lve KsJmuutli 944 Lve Cynthia im Â¬ 1037 Cincinnati MS No 8 Ex Sua No 4 Daily Schedule ta Effect Nsv 17th LOT NO 32 Consists of Childrens Shoes Spring Heel Dongola Leather sizes S to 12 at 1 TEE BEST GOODS CHEMICALS PRESCRIPTIONS Â¬ LOT NO 33 Consists of Misses Dongola Button Shoes Spring lieelssizes 8 to 12 at 165 worth 200 Tie Mam ts Afforfl Compounded at all hours by an experienced PHARMACIST and LOT NO 34 Give us a trial All we out of the finest Drugs the markConsists of Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 150 World Beaters want is for you to come and see us ets afford for we know youll LOT NO 35 Consists af Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at f 200 Hummers LOT NO 36 Consists of Mens Cordovan LOT NO 37 Consists of Mens Hats Come Again We have the good9 and the prices 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 and palmistry tiade warrants SAN FRANCISCO Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 275 This is a regular Corner Lot at 75c A regular SCHOOL BOOKS A Specialty -- Will make the season of 1890 at my stable on the Fair Grounds at 925 to Insure mare iu foal unless mare is sooner parted wilb at which tine money will be due WARLOCK is a beautiful mahog any bay two white feet and small star and snip 15 bands 3 J inches high well formed excellent disposition and pure gnited and can show quarters in 37 sec nds Mares kept and tried regularly on grass at 10 cents a day grain fed if de- Â¬ sired at reasonable rates Will take every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible should any occur will break and handle horses for Sieed Â¬ Â¬ a am am mi Arr parl Arr Lexington Lve Parts Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr Ijincasier Arr Stanford Lve Richmond Arr Berea Arr Livingston a ra 1110 am 1033 P m 540 pm iaoo p m io35pm 6o p ni 1120 a m 54s pm 320 p ni 1205 p 140 pm 730 pm 455 P 530 P 155 p 5 800 p m a 35 pm 809 p ra ai45 pm V7 pm 4 v m 1000 p m 507 pm P P 1 191 -- NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve Berra Air Richmond Lve StanfordLve Lancaster No 5 No Ex Sun Ex Han 800 am 1025 m 1145 am 700 am 7 No S Daily u H C- - TRAYNOR PRODUCTS TIIE FINEST LINE OF PeavineJr jr Will make - Â¬ SMILt- - AhD QIJHKS off A shoemaker calls his la p btone honest confession because it is good for the sole A maiden speech Ask Papa The actor thinks thai a good role is better than a loaf Gentlemen who wind their watches at night are apt to wind th in up tight People w ho live in Uiter county ought to keep warm in the c ildest weather The membership in the League of American Wheelmen it said to be falling A gentleman whose friends are practical jokers says he needs a Â¬ Bitted sir HNjjra vses and men accomjeo- Thev IMdat Xead It itleman from head of stairs I think Mr Tarrylate have burned enough gas for rrylate All right j j A man blown over in a wind storm knows that there is an heir apparent to the thrown The clergy clung to the King because An old sailor is called a sea dog This they were afraid of the Lollards and is the only kind of canine that can live the King turned merchant and made on his bark vast sums of moneym Squildig says it always remind him Merinrial Poison of isinglass to look Into an opticians Mercury is frequently injudiciously used by store window quack iloctors in jimjs of malaria and blood When a literary magazine goes up it polcon Its after 11 fleet is worse than the orig in Hi disease B Botanic Blood Balm is a perfectly legitimate supposition to contains 110 B mercury but will eliminate mercurial poison from the system assume that it blew up Write to Blood Bulm Co Atlanta On for book of I have obtained all the information I convincing prooi of Its curative virtue A K Britton 1 desire on that point remarked the man Inckson Tenn writes caught malsria in Louisiana and when the who sat down on a pin fever at last broke my system was saturated I had I shall forbid Clarence to enter my with poison and tongue sores In my mouth I got two bottles and knots ou my bouse said papa sternly B B B which healed my tongue and mouth and made a new man of me Would you break the boys heart hundred Win Richmond Atlanta Oa writes My No Id break his neck wife could hartly see Doctors culled n General Greeley what is this in this syphilitic Iritis Her eyes were lu adeailfal condition Her appetite failed iShe bad puln Widows of KevoluUonarv Soldiers bottle in Iter Joints and bones Her kidneys were deranged ulso ard no one thought she could That The Pension Department at Wash Â¬ Thats water ed Dr Ui lam recommended B B B ington has umn its mlU th noma By George Ive lost my bet i I which she used until her health was entirely twenty seven widows of revolutionary wagered two to one youd say it was reiored K P B Jones Atlanta Ga writes I was soldiers who have been regularly paid troubled with eo pei colored eruptions loss pensions up to the present time Minister to choir leader I sea you of appetite paiu In the back aching Joints in emttciaiiuu loss 01 nair soretiiroat Three of them are 07 years of age nave OBpensed with Mr Ltoaptone s and great nervousness B B B put mvaya two 96 The youngest is 71 mm H LU ill UUBWUIUI IOU -Â¬ What Most Impressed a Traveler Wera the Girls and the Fleas A traveler just returned from San Francisco after a considerable stay in that city tells a Louisville Post man that what impressed him most were the girls and the fleas Both are large in size and plentiful in numbers The women are the finest looking specimens you ever saw says the young man They are well developed healthy and handsome Of course 1 was duly impressed But next to them I think the flea takes up the largest share of attention They have no mosquitoes in San Francisco but the fleas their name if legiou Here in Louis- Â¬ ville you frequently see Rough on Rats advertised for sale But In San Francisco is is Rough on Fleas You see the sign everywhere It is a favor Â¬ ite poison for disconsolate servant girls to commit suicide with I dont wonder that desperate measures were taken to get rid of the San Francisco flea lie is everywhere in your clothes in your bed in the carpet in the furniture He is not a pleasant object to talk about but in San Frsncisco he is too prominent a feature to be ignored The flee is one of the principal objections to the glorious climate of California Â¬ LOT NO 38 Consists of Mens Hats Building Site ati LOT NO 39 Consists of Mens Hats at 125 an position of the high prices of others exÂ¬ JHJSHagan Collectors Sale OF FOR Stationery IN THE CITY rCoME AND 8eb Us LOT NO 40 Consists of Mens Hats at Worlds Fair LOT NO 41 POWERS 3 29 OHM 2 a regular Consists of Full Regular Balbriggan Shirts for men at 50c LOT NO 42 Consists of Mens Pepperell Drill Drawers at 50c Â¬ nioBMoirc CITY LOTS CO A L CO the season of 1890 at M MAYSVILLE BRANCH A Phelpss place 4 miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike at 10 No 9 No 11 NORTH BOUND Daily TO INHURE A LIVING COLT Dally Ex Hun Ex Sun Money due wheu colt is foaled or mare Lve Cincinnati parted with 3S pm Lve Covington PEA VINE Jr is by Old PeaYiu 44 pm Ixingtou TTuo am J Pm 1st dam by Bolivar 2nd dam Jalappa - Paris 800 am 4i pm Forest by Ned Forest 3rd dam by Arr Milleraburg 827 am 4 13 pm Carlisle Crockett 4h dam by Traveler 851 am 636 pm Johnson 923 am 730 pm PEAV1NE Jr i a beautiful bay Maysville 1025 am szxo p m 16 hands high heavy mane aod tail No 10 No 12 4 years old good style and One action SOUTH BOUND Dally Dally 44 51 Ex sun Ex Sun 8 4 D M PHELPS Lve Maysville m S5 am ijc pm Joints pm Â¬ i grgybJ Lve Iyatliiana Lve Kalmoutii Arr Covington Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lexington Lve Parts Arr Cincinnati 1000 110 200 340 305 250 320 413 540 550 45 am an p pm pm pm pm pm pm pm P 6 10 am m 45 P 715 r3ajn 7oo 853 833 913 1035 1045 am am am am am am 421 444 526 630 I i pm pm pm pm 1 LOT NO 43 Consists of Mens Overshirts at 50c LOT NO 44 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at 75 cts LOT NO 45 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at LOT NO 46 Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c LOT NO 47 Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c 1 TAXES I will offer at public sale in front of the Court House door in Rich mond Ky on Â¬ Â¬ I hove purchased the property of the said Company and will keep on baud all of the bet varieties of LOT NO 48 Consists of Torchon Laces at 25c for 12 yard pieces 15 20 and LOT NO 49 Consists of a Line of Trunks never before named at prices LOT NO 50 Consists of hundreds of other Lots of which we have not the room here to make mention Come to our great lot sale and you will carry away with you Lots of Lots that you will never have the opportunity to buy again H 45- J - STREHG ad Seller of Lots of Bargains The yard is eay of access desiring to haul tiieir own coal wili not have to cross the railroad I respectfully request liberal patSATURDAY HAT 17th 1890 ronage of the citizens ofa both countyÂ¬ The following described property One and city yearling and one mute five Between the hours of 10 oclock a 13- T 8 BRONSTON broke moles on yearling M 6 oclock p M the followand jack pedigree furnished 00 day of sale ing property to pay the taxes asoue jennet and jennet colt former iu Notice to Contractors foal to ColliosV big jack Bourbon Chief sessed against the same for the three horses one years 1888 and 1889 saddle horse The Kirksville aud Kentucky River WHITES Turnpike Ratl Company will rweive Mrs EJ Miller one lot 700 bills until the 25th of April ls0 for the further completion of their roaii One pouy safe for children two yearl- Â¬ COLORED beginning at the Schooler place aod ing colts extending to he river in all 8j miles pedigreed one by Vatican out of a George Bronston one lot- joo All hid mare must be accompunied bv good Sallie Blithe one lot 200 reference U C CH KISM AN Rurgoyne Breck one lot 600 44 46 President Frank Barnes 2 years one lot- 250 Tobe Chenault one lot One 250 boll 7 yearling steers Frank Clay one lot 7 yearling heifers four calves 9 cows 200 James Harris one lot 100 Frukie Clnelui Buber Shop three with calf 73 sheep 67 lambs 5 Mariah Irvine one lot 200 stacks of bay a large lot of plank fence Henry Irvinr one lot posts 200 106 EAST MAIN STREET Green Owens one lot 100 At the same time and place I will David Rodes one lot 100 We have opened a first class shop rent for the year 250 ACRES 0 grass Martha Tribble one lot 250 and desire to have the patronage Terms For fiO and under cash of nooen walker one lot 200 gentlemen ladies aud childieu We over that sum 6 months credit without James Willis one lot 350 guarantee tiii cass work New and interest Joe Wells one lot 100 elegant furniture clean throughout Mas CINDA DOUGLA8 PARISH Charles Yates one lot 250 and sharp razors Executrix J L BAXTER M C MOORE For further information apply Collector 45 4 43- J CARMICHAEL to W A Williams Ageut 45 46 COAL PublicSale Saturday May 3 90 Carlisle Arr Parts Lexington Covington Cincinnati NV SX Milliriur 740 s m 835 am 1035 am 10145 1 649 s m r S am am 57 Pm 347 pm pm 41s 630 pm 6C30 p m 638 pm 232 y3 tjtmvmm The undersigned as Executrix of Harvey Parish will sell puWteiy at bis raimootu 719 p Falnaogth Can a m Persons old home near Red Honae oa Cincinnati 756 a m Except Sunday Arrives 1 Parte ltMo a m Mc luwsm Arrives Except Sunday P- n Arrives lBi2u m Except Sunday I TRAIN NOTrM No t run daily bat waen Lexington and Clucinnati No 4 runs dally betweea Clucinnati and Lexington Nos 2 and make Winehs ter for points on the connections Vat Rv NN M IMPORTANT Trnlns of this Hue liow ar rive at and depart from the Central Unlou Â¬ ZZf2T r0 Cincinnati making eon- Through Ticket sold and Basaatta Cneckcd by a railroad nTput 1 Brown Mare a ttS n iiA 1 fc bacon - PrmV A tasm Mjo r General LV MAN i mw- - k inc uaataaaui u ARtttaV lf jsniaiiiiia Villi NISOHAM ONE YOKE 0F0XEN NewLivery and SaJgStasIe dious Livery and Hale Hutle corner of 3rd aud Irvine street Richmond Ky aud ask the public lo give ua a trial We ha to erected a aw aud comma j HORSES HITCHED OR a AT REASONABLE RATES dorse horses ami buggies hired rates 16 16 FAMISH 4 CCSSIS6HA1