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SHHEHB H iSB- - VOLUME ATTORNEYS III nFTY FIBST C0NGBK8 fI LABORS MAY DAY TOUCHED UGHTNING 1I LABORS DAY - - - r i skmK a s i t RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 7 1890 THE COMMONWEALTH THREE POETS tied NUMBER 17 i es all j J TMlly No II on ana once he asked carelessly What degree are the boys working toÂ¬ BURN AM Toller a of Two Continents Cnlte tn a night Hunting degTee I suppose but FA Iirsr SVHion Strneraie for Shorter Hours Iea tslat ive Proceedings the guardsman stared and said Hey I WaaanaaTRM aaefl W nan an Tn con- - Opening of the Grand Struggle for Four Thousand Volt Current Into A TTORXE IS A T LA W RariATR Dills psss FRASzroRT April Bfrlin May 2 For weeks Berlin has dunno nectuvii with th M of a raemoral m Kentucky relation to tat Mtsstaippt river a discussion the Eight Hour Day a Mans Body Richmond tremblingly awaited tbe supposed fatal d H lis To empower the County Commis- Â¬ Clad in his regal red garb which of Kenton County to make aprunn up and was parncipated In by many dajj Yesterday morning 5000 police- Â¬ sioners the capital stock of turnpike subscrip flowed to his feet tho great chief 11 roads in Burumns Building First Seiators the point turninjr on the qnestlon Iowderly and Ooinpers on tions to g the Movement Burled Twenty Feet After Instantaneous men reinforced by 3000 specials turned that county toamend th charter of Coving stalked proudly to the Inner door of the whether UKEIY a vegetable compotraa or the outlet system Isrlief of the Former in aGradall Death How the Circuit Which Killed out In each barrack a battalion of sol- Â¬ ton In respect to supplying water for the rt I Was Hi ante room that opens Into the Mechan- Â¬ whether there should made entirely of roots and herbs Keduction of Hours Clark Was Formed A SULL4VA diers stood ready to march at a mo- Â¬ rens of that elty and others rivinft unclaimed jiot be a combinaiWn or ih two Mr BlackA ics hall and rapped on the panels eathered from the forests ot bodies of convicts to medical colleges of the burn introdnr d a MM tar the admission of the ments notice with rifles and carbines Georgia and has been used by millions slide flew back the sannap whispered a A TTi RXE2 A TLA IV County AssoStale Slate of Arizona Kcterrei The land forfeit1 Sen Anton To day Is tho IifDiANAroiis May 3 The killing of loaded with ball cartridge Out of 300- - ciation to authorize the Mourbon races durntr lis ot people with the best results it second Joss word Into tho ear that filled to sell pools on horse Kenticky ure bill was then taken up the euiiiir ques day set by Ta May Kkhmau tames Clarke an employe in the elec 000 toilers only 30000 stopped work annual meetings on It grounds and at one tdire the labor organizations tho opening tho door openM and the tion being Mr Calls amendment n rela throughout the country for the eigit tric light works shortly before one many of them with permission of their In Paris House resoution asking an appro Red Man marched into the hall niierly oe-- went to railroad lands in ftarida The bill hour system to go into effect Gentval Oclock yesterday morning demonstrated employers priation from Congress for Ihe improvement of over wiliout action Mr Plumb giving no lt- Vnler Then followed the oddest episode In Licking river S Rs Amending the act reguÂ¬ f enntc to Mt it out tice that ho would ak the Master Workman Iowderly of the the tremendous power of the current Vienna May 2 The men struck gen lating bridges spanning the Ohio river from First Poet the history of American secret so to morrow The Ian forfeiture bill was r All manner of Blood diseases from the WKlL Knijrhts of Labor was asked his views tie was ordered to change the city erally here We are three poets fearlessly demanding There was no noting points within Ihe cointy of Kenton It procieties Absolute silence reigned while without action Senate concerning tho lalior domonstration pestiferous little boil on your nose to From editors the Justice they deny by circuit to one of the commercial but a small mob is reported at Prague vides that two or more persons or coroonitlons bill to incorporate the Sons of the American ono hundred astounded American Me the worst cases of inherited blood A TTORXE TA T LA W They shall redress our jrrievanecs longstand a reporter yesterday and said Tho wires which is done by shifting where the strikers tried to derail a train may Join in any action brought for vioatton Revolution was considered until Slp m when chanics besveM a tall and majestto ing taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism At placing brilges cross ng tlic Ohio into the atc adjourned movement to secure an eight hour day the wires on the switching board by throwing stones on the track Kfntickv die In a warlot night gown majestically Or All stranger robed Catarrh and hands of the Railroad Commission for taxation HorsK The Presidents veto of the Ogden is a universal one said Mr Iowderly Attached to the end of each wire is Frankstadt the striking masses of workthat was studded with gilt moons and and subjecting them lu city and county as well bt Increase ill was re e1vd and reand wo are all working steadily for it a wooden handle through which tho men at the factory of Bumhate wero as Slate taxes 10 authorize the building of Second Poet not born like ordinary lb 1ently down tomahawks an mortals Were made ferred to u- OoaaaaHaM on Territories The Within the last law years about thirty insulated wire passes by a bayont attack of tho turnpike roads In Kenton County and to pro In shifting tho Above the clouds we on Pegasus soar the clear space of tho hall until he dc al aiidrxectitive appropriation industries employing labor have adopt- Â¬ currents Clarke unhooked the city wire driven away ror the payment or the same Aljourned Â¬ infantry At lesth the military at- videTuesday afternoon And well be bounced from editorial portbill was passed I strict of Co timhia bills were halted directly before the grand com Â¬ DENTAL bUBGKRY Treatise en Blood and Skin Diseases till als ami sull others have adopted with his left hand and the commercial tacked a small mob wounding ten coasidcred A bill eataMiakaag the Kock Creek ed tree Swift aracinc Co Atlanta Ga mander of the lodge There without a Hoi SB Dills passed Scnaie bill to IncoNo more All firmly bill for Park was defeated ye May 2 Thirty thousand work Â¬ rporate the ML Sterling National Gas and Oil the nine hour system In some in Â¬ with his right and as he did so one of Pestii word he paused for ten seconds then a brid WILKE8 SMITH Eaalera branch at Hen- - stances workmen received but eight his fingers accidentally came in rontact men met and adopted resolutions in fa- Â¬ Company House bill to Incorporate the Comi Third Poet Take no all suddenly he leaped back on his litngs rra waa faTorably recommended by the W I DouaHaa Denevolent Society of mercial Travelers The gems of thought dropped from our brainy DEXTA L S I RGEOX Committee on the Whole At 515 p in tha hours compensation and in others tbey with the metal at the end of the wooden vor of a work day of eight hours haunches with a characteristically In CAUTION orlee are ftsmiKfl OH America llouso bill providing for the con caskets got ten hours pay for eight hours work handle oa the commercial wire This May 2 Ten thousand work Â¬ struction of a turnpike oner County Road No bottom If the dealer cannot supply yon Â¬ BitrssEis adjourned CKV RlvliMoXI To win sweet tame and pay the board we dian gesture threw his right hand be send direct to factory enclosing aovei i formed a circuit and the current passed men marched in procession yesterday -- Sesatf TVAStitsrTOS April In Kenton County House bill establishing After the Other industries pay their workmen owe hind his ear as if he held a tomahawk m it h Buildiiur Mpiii Street Office Tire transaction of some rt Uine morning business ten hours compensation for nine hours down Clarkes right arm through bis At the head of the line waj a body of a whipping post in Marion County tor the punMnst not bo fired In editors waste baskets with which ho was about to cleave the J 11 V lam to of little public inp Tta oa the consideration All madly No I No work The plan which I recommended to body and up the left arm and out over the police There was no incident worthy ishment of vagrants and tramps Adjourned 3- limited to dentistry commanders skull and bowing his of the i ini ferelturt- Ml was resumed On a SS April Saic ate Not In FiiAtKronT Assembly continued Sir city wire 4000 volts strong burling of note during the day body backward tho while his stiffened FP session motion to lay a certain amendment on the the General C MOBGAN D D 8-was to reduce the hours of bim twenty feet to the rear and killing Powderly Rome May 2 The workmen in Bo- Â¬ When brothers Scott and Dickens used to left hand stuck out In front of him he HoOSl table there was not a quorum voting yea J7 Governor Duckncr sent in a comnays 141 but as a cal of the Senate showed send em lalnir one half hour each year till an him instantly The current passing logna Pisa Palermo Lugo and other munication relative to the sending of troops to yelled in the rolling voice of a fox RICHMOND KEXTUChV Tbey also wore respoctfutly dcclinod HM presence of flftj two members the oto eight hour syvem could be obtained through his body supplied sixty seven towns attempted to hold demonstra- Â¬ Perry and Fayette Counties to protect the hunter calling in his peck from a mile Dy editors who couldnt comprehend era Leg durln the session easalout to be taken asrnin whti Mr Klier with ten hours pay This has been arc lights The deceased was aged 27 tions They were dispersed by the courts ru to take some strpsand urging theeffectaway How blind All disdainfully man rose and pave notice that whenever there which will lslat and be but recently liecame connected police adopted by the Union Pacific Railrcad Main Street ocr Madison National was a quorum present and the vote did not dls ually stamp out such infractions of the peace In 8P He came here from Company and in three years their men with the works close that fact he should ins st upon the sensi Madrid May 2 Thousands of work- Â¬ the flture Dills passed S D amending the Aghast the on hundred Mechanic O theyll be sorry for the way they treat us ble rule tlat the Senr tors present and not vot I Worthington and was not an electri- Â¬ men assembled in the Buena Rotiro charter of the city of Covington prowill be working eight hours daily and heard the glittering Sour day when were Immortal by the quill watched ELBY W BUBGIK paid ing shomd lie counted The bill was passed and believe be shall that no tax American Federation cian This death is the first which has Gardens yesterday and after organizing viding that the Those editors with smiles and bows will greet 6trangcr I her w is ono thought up- Â¬ on stock in corporations that pay upon the customs administrative bill taken up ef- Â¬ us occurred in Indianapolis from tbe use of a meeting appointed delegates to pre- Â¬ their property where located amending ihe of Labor is concentrating its DENTIST Pending discussion the Senate at 535 p m permost in every ones mind that a They will AIKhopcfully forts in favor of the carpenters just electricity sent a petition to the Cortes asking for amendment to the cnartcr of the city of CovingKenticky adjourned Kit iimonp ton approved March 21 lsOO by providing that T P PorsE The bill removing the charge of de now and if they succeed it will be a the passage of an eight hour law Palace on bis office shall qualify on and it timtrly lry inods StoreKn- - sertion frcm Vim D iwson was passed The great gain to labor generally The car- Â¬ STRIKING WORKMEN And seeing then tho beauty In our verses Ciiicaoo May 2 Mayday with its the city judge IS next succeeding bold election occupied bj lr from October his W blrh thry at present post office appropriation bill wss reported The penters are the largest class of mechanics strangely throw Â¬ demonstration by organized labor in be- Â¬ and the returns of the first municipal election Molders Sash Door anil Blind Men Coop away went into committee of the wlole Mr which have a membership in the Federday has shall be made to the election board Incorporat ers and Furniture Maker Walk Out half of the eigbt hour work Theyll forem res and gsodly All ourpurses Burrows tMich in the cl air on the bill pro W CREED 1 D 8 Chicago May 3 The threatened come and gone and the predictions of Ing the Kentucky Pipe Line Company ation The cigarmakers are already Tiding for the classification of worsted cloths as Hoo ray All enthusiastically i April SO Simti No busiFkankfort s working on tbe eight hour system at strikes in this city which may be sa d riot and bloodshed and an almost uni- Â¬ After debate Mr Breckinridge ofKIRKSIILLE KEXTl CAT ness of importance was transacted In tho Sen FP an amendment classifyitic woolen cloths fered least all who are members of the to have technically liegun on Thursday versal strike by the trades have not ate to day But wo cant wait weve got to meet ex as worsted clmhs lyjst The committee roso FOR are Tho solution of when organized labor took its holiday 4tO penses been realized Labor indeed was in a Horse A number of new bills were introasd rtsrted the bii to the Rouse On the Knights of Labor Everylliiii Kinntll residence CENTLEMEM So let ns form at once a poets trust lalior problem will come when were not made apparent until yesterday great measure suspended but those who duced In the House today among them the fol the whole 47 passage of the bill no quorum voted and there rrtaitiiiiK to tlie profession aLArd Grain sad Crtl Fine Calf And bring the men who e lit to their senses DO quorum resent Mr Dingley the lalior shares the profits of his tell morning when tho men failed to resumo dropped their tools for the day did not lowing To incorporate the Republican State in view loor Y atei We must All tdolefullyi Kentucky to repeal ihe act creating ataaaulne his Best iiof the fact that a Republican caucus was called As he w ill be then working for himself work at many of the shops The Black do so for the purpose of taking up sticks Leagued of -PHYSICIANS r OOl SOO F the office State Inspector and Examiner to for this aaaaaag at730 moved an adjournment IIMT -- HOE 400 II V he can then labor eight or ten hours as Road in the vicinity of McCormicks and paving stones and indulging in riot-Â¬ punish minors for representing themselves to 9 P o Pill si i ls MIOC l which was carried i FXTR AN I tl tl F HOE And when the papers lose their circulation he may desire reaper works bad much the same ap ous demonstrations Thousands of tbem be of age In order to obtain Intoxicating liqm rs FOTMTZ tl fino- A HOKKIM IVJ 1 v AsiiiMtTON- April 30 Sewate -- Mr Dolph l Because they havo no poetry on spring iPiTTsitrncif May 1 President Sam Â¬ pearance as it had four years ago None quit work for the day to march in tbe to prevent stock from running at large la the -- I IIIHII from the Committee on Foreign Relations re Hllfl Theyll ask us without any hesitation Buii and SI sent South Cei Ington District In Kenton County akstaoa and Lace A inle m 1SICI AN AND SURGE ON ported 0 concurrent resolution requesting the uel Gompers of the American Feder- Â¬ but strikers could be seen and they had great parades but by far many more and within one mile thereof also to provide To sing All Innocently with the Governments ation of Labor passed through the city entire possession Every man boy and thousands made it a holiday Kenticky of Great Uruain anlite for a registration of voters In Covington It Is Richmond Mexico with a new of se yesterday en route from New York to girl employed in the Malleable Iron- Â¬ PiTTsniRGH May 2 Labor Day in provided that before the law shall go Into effect T P 175 SHOE FOB MISSES Hooray l We long haired Poets claim proteccuring treaty stipulations for the prevention of Beet Material Best Style Bet Fitting i Aire Second Street next to Whites Drug tbe entry into the Ualtel States of Chinese Louisville to take part in the eight he ur works corner of Twenty sixth and this city was uneventful Throughout It shall be submitted to the voters la October tion W L Douglas Brockton Mass awM By furnishing false or demonstration which is to occur in ttat Rockwell streets is out The total num- Â¬ Western Pennsylvania however a num- Â¬ to prevent the newspapers of periodicals libelous from Canada aid Mexico and he asked for Its From editors and we shall have It too or mag statements to cons deration A tariff tax on poems next election Immediate The resolution went city to day In an interview he said ber of employes is 1300 Among tbem ber of strikes were reported yesterday azines by providing a penalty similar te that W EVANS MD over till to morrow and the Senate resumed Will do AU blissfully I more firmly belicvo in the eight are fifty girls employed as core mak- Â¬ At Johnstown Scottdale Jeannette for criminal llbeL Speaker Myers appelated H C Dodge In Detroit Free Press consideration of the customs administrative T1TE EEAJW AHE IN T1IK WOOD hour work day than when I first ers in the foundry A number of mold- Â¬ Greensburg and Braddock the carpen- Â¬ Messrs Welsh Richardson FeiUc Wallace bill The amendment offered veterday by raised my voice and pen in its defense ers in other foundries are out From ters and joiners came out for eight and Langley a committee from the House to Mr Dawes that in rases of the importation of gorgeous lunatic confronted them and Kentucky books magazines and periodicals In several Our Executive Council has asked every three to four thousand sash door and hours work or an increase in wages prepare a remedial bil for tbe lawlessness of Richmond IN THE WRONG PLACE that notion Inspired the surmise that certain mountain at unties Two reparts on parts Intone declaration of entry shall be reblind men in various faotories have The demands have not been granted the EddyvlUe Branch Pententtary were Bled trades organization except the carpen very probably tho Intruder had slain quired was agreed to Mr Piatt offered a resOawCe Second nd joiners to stay at work and not walked out and it Is rumored that tho and building operations have been prac this morning The majority reiemsaends no both the guards and now was prepared olution which was agreed to for a correction The fight planing mill men will quit this evening tical v suspended in those towns At additional appropriations while tha saiaoiity Tho Trail of tbe Bears Led a Great to wipe out all the officers of the and- to demand any concessions of the Oklahoma bill bv substituting the word TAYLOR RT claims that MlOji will be needed to place II in Bed Man Astray for eight hours to commence to morrow Four hundred men in Dentnan A Dur McKeesport there was a monster dem- - a condition or occupancy East for tho word West After a brief exCatholic society Still the knights stood ecutive session the Senate adjourned is that of the carpenters and other kas furniture factory struck for eight onstation last night under the auspices The Senate FBAsarosrr April a spell bound no one made a move to ar-Â¬ Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery PorsE The bill for classification of worsted trades must stay at work until the car Â¬ hours and seven hundred employes of of the Carpenters Inion in honor of sustained the Governor tn his veto et a bltl re Be Brings Ca In a Lodge of American rest tbe wild man Kenticky and woolen cloths was passed yeas 13 nays 0 penters demands are settled When the Chicago Cottage Organ Factory did tbe day Rhhmind storing aa ex convict to tbe privilege of voting Mechanics and Is Thought The great sannap not having noticed the Speaker counting a quorum The text c were generally of a loeal nabills Crssf A Very Funny this is over the miners will commerce the same for a like cause St Louis May 2 The parade was a The Thepassedplacing the officers ot the city the bill is as follows Tuat the Secretary of the consternation his appearance had bill ture ffl e Second Street over Dykes Grocery Blander et sjnBBaBjaaBItheir fight for eight hours and soon until pronounced success and the crowd was court of Louisville oa a Axed salary was report the Treasury be and he hereby Is authorized a 3- caused after gazing at the grand com Â¬ and directed to r asslfy as woolen cloths ail im Â¬ ail the trades In the American Federa- Â¬ a distinctly orderly and loyal one The ed and passed The Senate finished incorporating NOT BIBLE READERS mander wtth piercing glance for a mo-Â¬ ports of worsted cloth whether known under tion have gained one of theessental Â¬ tho town of South Park In Jefferson County U JOHN M FOSTER rCTI an extraordi ment straightened himself wtth a Jerk stars and stripes was the only flag to be the name of worsted cloth or under the names The eiglit Relic of a Buffalo Club Which Prospered seen and there were many flag bearers aad establishedandthe whipping post for Marion nary incident oc whirled and faced the line of startled rights of the workingman of worsted or diagonals or otherwise tramps Among tbe leaves Countys vags The Sen Dnrlng Ex President Clevelands Days sl a curred in tbe Mechanic and shouted The grand ate dependent pension lull was then taken up houi movement will commence one Wortham to BtFFAiiO May 8 Despite numerous There were few banners displayed and granted wasof to Senator Wooden ware repeal lodge room of the sachem has como to make yon v Com in Boston and New England cities Kenticky the Morrill service pension till inserted as a the attempts to avert tbe evil end the fa- Â¬ the tone of tbe inscriptions thereon was the charter to be thePaduoah substitute and the bill as amended pass d and Now York Buffalo Erie Clevelar d pany said last lottery charter remain Order of American friendly Cin prepare to receive him very moderate Y7 p m the House adj urned mous City Clu of Buffalo is at last a ii street next door to Luzons ing in existence The Railroad Committee took at5J Mechanics In this Tho great sachem Is on the trail T Detroit Duluth St Paul Minneapolis Philadelphia May 2 The journey- np a good part of the sess on reporting railroad Mam and Jates and be- Â¬ fjBWukM Washington May The report city the other even- Â¬ Then he whirled again and stalking Kansas City St Louis Louisville In- Â¬ thing of the past the furniture sold at men carpenters of this city went on a bills and amendments whish passed They Ami ue on tbe meat products investigation was made longings of the club having been ing says a Nor Â¬ down the arena toward the measures are suggested Askinn the dianapolis Cincinnati Philadelphia and auction last week Costly rugs fine strike yesterday as they had previously were local and uninteresting SKXSilTFn M D corÂ¬ wich Conn House The House session te day was not a host of other cities and towns I look President to Inaugurate dipomatie correspond announced they would da Their de- Â¬ of the Mechanics halted a few ence with the au horitlea at Great Britain 10 for nearly every section to bo success- Â¬ pictures bronzes plate and pcol room mand is for a nine hour working day productive of vory much uslness although the respondent of the feet from that officer drew himself up PHVSICIAXAXD SURGEOX brought fair prices but the a number of railroads House Incorporated bring about n repeal or modification of the ful New York Sun that glared and shouted Chicago which made the first furniture with pay at bills for a na clubs library was sold for a mere The present thirty five cents peris hour Â¬ Among the Senate was called up and parsed UKALEK IN White Hail - - - Kentucky quarantine regulations 3 2to providingthe monop break has or will gain the point all tho secrot so Â¬ union rate of wages thir and concurred in the Constitutional Con inspection law tional Tbe great sannap has entered your prohibit bought George W Hayward song cieties In Connocti- - wigwam 1 am hcreP vention bill and as the matter Is now settled oly now practice n the steerage capacity of ty cents per hour the club Bible which was in rand Watches CI--at noon ioual aervircs to the rai-s- - steamships carrying cattle to foreign countries the SCAFFOLD hP cut aro still chuck A CALAMITOUS At this juncture It suddenly occurred Louisville May 1 The great labor on convention w meet in Frankfort Septem Hay Mr condition excellent in Tuesday first 4 to prevent th the liiscnm nation of railroads Improved to tho commander of tbe Mechanics ling over It The Order of parade was an immense display It is ber next resoa Rudy offered Mr ward presented the Bible to tbe club which now exists in carrvtng cattle The cus- - Ten nrleklayers In Chicago Precipitated Plated ware Me Speeial K M LKTCllEIt estimated that fully 10000 workingmen lution directing the Sinking Fund Commission Red Men Is a very popular and flourish Â¬ what was the matter with the gyrating lninistratlve bill was then considered Thirty Feet Two of Them Fatally Hart when it was formed and placed in it a took part in the affair Nearly every ers to annul and cance the contract made with ing society here Frequently the sound Intruder be was a Red Man who mis- Â¬ adjournment until Just one year later Mr attention given to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Chicaco May 1 Ten bricklayers ten dollar bill had retained a memoran- Â¬ trade was represented in tho procession the Mvson Foard Company for the labor of of revelry by night la hoard In their takenly was trying to work off some Horse Mr McKlnley from the Committee convicts of the State of Kentucky The House lodge room and big chiefs from all parts an ice house for Hayward who Kenticky on R lies reported a resolution for the immedi employed in putting up red Indian degrees on tho free and Inde- Â¬ Richmond dum of the part of the book where he The carpenters resolved to go on a adjourne while the House was receiving the ate consideration of bills reported Iroai the Ju Swift A Co at tho stock yards were to day unless the master builders adverse report of the committee on the bli in- of tho land drop In to sec them and make pendent American Mechanics As the GETTING dciary Committee in the following order Sin precipitated thirty feet to the ground had deposited tho money opened the strike merry Tho Red Mon used to swarm in sannap paused once to get breath the corporating the Louisville ate bill relating to trusts Hi lating volume with great ceremony and found accede to their demands of eight hours road Company over which and Covington Rail-- Smith Building Main Street a fight Is pending a big wigwam In Uneas Hall in Water commander arose and solemnly reÂ¬ AND OTHEK PUECIOLS STONES Boston May 2 The strike of the to copyrights House lull relatim to bankrupt- Â¬ yesterday afternoon by tho collapse of a that he had put bis trust in a safe place FRAHKroRT May 1 SkSATa In the Senate cy and such other blls as tho committee may scaffold Two of the men Herman for carpenters of this city for an eight hour this morning the Railroad Committee reported street but recently they moved into marked I think there i t some mis Â¬ Â¬ W BRIGBTM Mr Haywas untouched tbe call up this order to be force to day and toKaufman and John Gregor were fataily ward bidbill Bible up to 2 The City work day was formally inaugurated yes Â¬ favorably the bill to charter the Louisville Cov- new and gorgeous quarters in Austins take I guess youve got into the wrong the morrow Adopted The anti Trust bill was 1 H SIC I A X A XD SURGE ON In Main street Then tho Ameri- Â¬ berth hurt Eight others wero seriously in- Â¬ was organized about twelve years terday About 1800 men are out and ington and Cincinnati railroad it passed over block and passed by a unanimous Kenticky considerednational copv nrht bili was takenvote jured Of the eight Fred Wolff had a leg Clubby Grover Cleveland and numerous of this number 550 are new recruits who the objections of the Louisville Senators can Mechanics hived themselves In tho Ki hmond What yelled the sannap up The inter ago Hocsg The House passed the following hall vacated by tbo Improved Rod Men broken and Fred Isofsky John Barry and at 51 p m the House adjourned joined the ranks of the disaffected with- Â¬ Weil replied the other you seem Promptly done ami in a workmanlike lawyers and business men bills bill to require safety gates to be Tho extraordinary Incident came to pass Senate manner Washingion Ma v sksatr Among the August Meyer Frank Roden Augist in the past day It is estimated there kept at the crossing of the Covington Short to be a great Red Man or something of xrted from committees and placed on Stiller T J Carpenter and Charles SNOW STORM IN MAY are 2000 men in the city who have been Route Transfer railway and Madison avenue on account of tho change of quarters the sort while wo aro American Me Â¬ 3- lassiQ- the calendar was -noted Sytes were badly cut and bruised or in- Â¬ bill providing for regis chanics and have nothing to do with Cash Paid Silver cation of worsteJ cloths and woolens Mr It Is General Throughout the Northwest granted eight hours by about 100 firms in Covington House Covington the law to be jured internally Contractor Vankirk At dusk the other night a delegation of bears in the woods or that kind of tration of voters in SHOLTON Vest introduced a bili to amend the Inter Slate J and In Some Places Six Inches Favor Â¬ submitted to a vole of the people in October local Red Man went to the west side rail- Â¬ hunting Commerce act stating that us object was to was severely censured by several of Dont forget the place next door able to Crops WONT GIVE STATISTICa The House Ui committee of the whole consid Homeopithic Physician and Surgeon road place express compaaies uudar the provisions those engaged at work on the buildirg tbe biggest Red Tbe sannap seemed to be petrified for to the Poot office Ricbuiomi Cy St lAfi Minn May 5 An unsea- Farmers Claim That They Are Gathered ered the three reports of the committee which Chiefsstation to receivo who had como to Kenticky of that act and asktd the attention of the who claim that bis attention was called sonable snow fell here yesterday to tbe In Connecticut Richmond Investigated the charges of bad treatment of he let out a war oInter State Commerce Committee to the subOnly in tha Interest of Speculators for convicts preferred against the lessees and wtli Norwich to Inspect the Red Mens lodge for a moment then to the insecure condition of tho scaffold to ject Mr Cullom made a report on American whoop took three somersaults across M depth of an inch or more It soon melt- Â¬ rI Brmhts Hours Manipulating the Market morrow act upon the matter to here In tbo party wero a commander tho hall and skipped out of tho room He was not to lie found last night m 2HM to ttue Hpecial utlention commerce by Canadian railroads The depend ed however Reports last night indicate IjtDiANAroLis May 3 The assessors Sbmair The Senate Frank tout May ISM of women and all dirfi- - ent pension bill was laid before the Senate and great that the snow storm was very general of the various townships throughout concurred in the House amendment to the anti or two a In some sannap and somebody tho guardsmen holding open the door to PatSessta treated at a dis-Crusaders Arrested administraway tbe sannap missed but l now ready for the Governor bill and it Homeopathic iiiediemet sent to a conference asked The customs passed Lathrop Mo May 5 Prosecuting throughout the Northwest From La tbe State are charged with tbe duty of trustSenate then iswent Into Committee ot the else delegation May bo he got off on let him go with dispatch tive bill was resumed and finally The tho to Jamestown N D the collecting data for the State Bureau of The Jones slver bill was taken up and made un war- Â¬ crosse Wis Attorney Crisp of this city issued Whole to hear Representative Walker of FulA DIABOLICAL INSISCATION the wrong side of the train At any finished business for Wednesday Artcr short rants aganist all the women who took storm extended and reached to the lake Statistics on which the latter predicates ton on his bill designed to make shews exhibit rate bo camo Into the heart ot the city TRS JENNINGS GIBSON executive session the Senate adjourned on the north At Fergus Falls Minn bill was approved Â¬ the yearly report of crops general farm what they sdvenlse The Hot SE Mr Mllilken Me presented and part in the crusade in this town A warthe Senate passed it The bill te establish alone and supposing that the Red Men Physicians and Surgeons rant was sent to Clay County for the ar- it snowed for four hours but melted products etc This year the assessors and Warden system for the protection of food sttll worshipped In their old temple be tiie House adopted the conference report on the Lafayette tlnd of Mrs Anna Carmichael tbe wife immediately At Mankato six inches find themselves baffled by the hostility nshes occupied the rest of Ihe session It made a break for Lncas Hall public building t The rest a Kknticky the of It was Richmond to be of of the farmers who acting under advice passed but Is still pending on a motion to table believed limit the cost is fsofOi Mr Davidson Fla of the Baptist minister and leader of of snow is eight oclock by the timepiece In the presented a protest of the citizens of Key West They were all arrested benefit to the crops Five inches fell of the Alliance withhold their state- Â¬ a motion to reconsider The L1N has with- American Mechanics Hall and one hun Â¬ tbe crusade Rices against the tobacc- - scbedue of the tariff bill Main street over Aallace fti nti re and gave bond The charge is malicious at St Ieter At Albert Iea it snowed ments claiming they are only useful drawn Its opposition lo the proposed charter of dred knights in robes of tbe order were Referred On motion of Mr ONel Pa a res nearly all day as it did at St Cloud In enabling speculators to manipulate the Louisville Covington and Cincinnati raildestruction of property olution was adontnd Bettaafl apart Saturday ranged along the sides of the the bill passed the House solemnly Bird Island St James Redwood Falls the market The Alliance in Grant road and The House to day considered th mK AULTZ June 14 for the delivery of eulogies upon the Bocsa -In tho center of the open lodge room Imprisoned for Insulting an American late Samuel J Randall of Pennsylvania Tbe Lumberton and Faribault At James- Â¬ County passed resolutions to this effect several reports en the invest gallon oi the ro A X A XD SURGEON SI CI floor space environed by the glittering copyright bill was discussed at length and Bi run May The court at Weimer town N D it snowed for twelve hours and in other counties similar action is dact of the lessees of convict labor with refer yeas 98 A motion Kenticky finally defeated was made nays 126 which the has sentenced a rich man named the fall being estimated at four inches being taken The farmer in withhold ence to the treatment of the prisoners etc- - Mr array of men roso the altar still im- Â¬Â¬ -Richmond pending to reconsider of the and that of Doebereiner to nine months imprison This snowfall is generally regarded as In these statements renders himself Langleys report rejected aadthe majority quite a pressive On ono side of It sat the com- Â¬ S p m took a recss until 8 p m i the House at V was were OCBcr Main Street Burnam 2 ment for insulting an American lady favorable to big crops late snows in liable to prosecution under the State committee the adoption of tbe therepresented by mander in formal and funereal dig night session being for private pension bills Isone mil Building uji stairs Beht over z Miss Lemmer by sending to her anony- Â¬ former years having invariably been law but it is understood the various Al- Â¬ Messrs Thomas and McCord which scores nity on the other side the The House at the evening session passed seven-z no less sombre of bearing Evi- Â¬ teen private pension bills mous letters accusing her of immorality followed by big yields J M BLACK In do both the lessees and ihe Sinking Fund Commisliances have pledged assistance WAKBiSGTorr Muy 3 ScifATc Bills were er - n r x The offender was not indicted until the sioners and condemns the contract tl bad a dently work Imposingly momentous and fense if the assessors appeal to the major ty but was opposed by a very trouble- Â¬ serious was going on If there is a so reported from the Committee on Commerce for Crjrpso of Cronln Removed American Consul insisted tbe au- Â¬ Z some minority PHYSICIAN AXD SURGE OX the shipping league tonnage and for ocean mail thorities should take action thatthe mat-Â¬ Chicao May 5 Saturday was tho courts ciety In tbo land that Is breathlessly in service The bili for the relief of Nat McKay g1 first anniversary of the murder of Dr Â¬ It Is that of tbe American Me- Â¬ Population waa passed Several bills of the calendar were ter Wonderful Division of Fourth class postmasters were com secret 25- Run Hoisk K y Cronin It was the intention to bury also passed The death of Mr Bick was anWheeling W Va May 3 A re-Â¬ missioned in Kentucky on tbe 1st as chanics for they are accredited with Steamship Passengers Quarantined s nounced and Ihe Senate adjourned at 41 body with impressive ceremonies markable co incidence and an unprece- Â¬ follows Bellview Christian County C antl Catholic sentiments and every New York May 5 The steamship the Fweddy What do you think of my House The motion to reconsider the inter fx near the Sheridan Drive but a city dented equality of population are pub- Â¬ R Clarke Harrisburgh Owen County body says that entrance to their lodge national copyright law was ruled oat of order Amsterdam which arrived here Satur- Â¬ new overcoat Miss Fanny Muses Mills Fleming room Is guarded against aliens by word A census of the suburban C Harrison until the Judiciary Committee has another day day with a case of small pox aboard is ordinance prevents any burial within lished here very nie butl think Miss Fanny Its 700 feet of the lake shore To circum- Â¬ village of Elm Grove was taken County J D Muse F 3 assigned it The diplomatic and consular apand by spell like the bower of the one of those monkey skin capes would The passengers propriation bill was considered and passed A still at quarantine vent this a party of friends of the doc- Â¬ preparatory to incorporating the place ladyo of Iiranksomo A bill was Introduced by RepresentaTraynor for Joint resolution was passed appropriating one numbering 505 will bo removed to Hoff- Â¬ tor went to the cemetery took the body Debls tine McKke be more becoming to your style of aThe great sannap of Connoetlcut bis as a town with the following striking tive McCreary to pay 2000 to George at the service of stallions serving nines million dollars to improve the Mississippi man Island to be held until the author-Â¬ from the receiving vault and on Wed Â¬ result Number of males over 21 years Denny sr of Garrard County for corn grip sack under his arm strode up tbe beautv Tevns Siftin in Sb7 1888 18VJ und 1890 mint be river from the bead of the passes to the mouth ities are satisfied no others are affecbxL nesday interred it in the grave original- Â¬ of age 148 number of males under 21 furnished U S troops during tbe war dimly lighted staircase to Cncas hall All iriHrec of the Ohio Conference reports on public build-Â¬ The ship will be fumigated paid to Owen KeKee Pension Est mates ly intended afterward making an affi Â¬ years of age 148 number of females The corn was supplied under a contract and halting at a familiar blind door in 1889 by McKee A Traynor ings for Ashland Wis and Cedar Rsplds la frmed Washington May 2 a letter to davit that they had removed the coffin over 10 years of age 148 number of fe- Â¬ with an Assistant Quartermaster of the rapped thrico with his knuckles and tbe Speaker of the House la Represen- Strike Averted weaning time were agreed to and at 430 the House ad baving cols living at of New York May 5 The threatened lid and identified the remains Owen McKee jjourned on tho pan- Â¬ will le aid for by thumped once with his toe males under 1C years 148 grand total U 8 Army tatlvas the Secretary of the Interior esÂ¬ News Items general strike of tbe house smiths of owner of tue coltn April 14 18t The eighth annual meeting of the G els signaling to the screened guard timates that it will require 83108753 592 If there is a community in this as London Workmen Featsably Assemble John C Fremonts nomination to be New York and Brooklyn has been avert Â¬ 44- OWES McKEE m London May 5 Yeterday8 labor country that can show as even a divis- Â¬ A R Department of Kentucky held a within that the great sannap of tho annually to give a service pension to Major ioneral U S A was confirmed ed the bosses 1 arrued to tbe pro Â¬ Xugmog State was present Thereupon All tho haii every survivor of tbe late war not now in Hyde Park was a mag-Â¬ ion of its population it has not been two days session at Louisville by tiu posed new scale as follows For finish- Â¬ demonstration and a slide In an upper door panel was shot on the rolls 170 Posts were represented by the 350 WANAMAKEIt lOS TV AstkR GeNERAL excelled in point of heard from 3tfi4si7 annually to In Â¬ ers class 1 R350 prr day class A S3 nificent success delegates Captain M Mlnton was elect- Â¬ smoothly aside and first an eye and crease the pensions of those now on the has indorsed Clevelands executive order per numbers and orderly enthusiasm all day derrickmen 52 75 helpers 250 Philadelphia Bricklayer strike ed Commander by a vote of 90 to 91 for then an ear camo into the opening The rolls to S3 a month and S9 786 768 to the in regard to intrftirence of officeworking class gatherings since the great -air and widows of deceased soldiers a total an-S S Parke Trustee of L E Francis Philadelphia May 8 There was re-Â¬ General E H Hobson Samuel G Hil sannap with tho holders in political matters xti assemblage in ISOfl The splenreform Flood Sufferers Heed Aid tono that accompany sclf confldonco vs joicing among the carpenters at tho lis was elected Vice Commander T J A Torxo child of loserih Tackner was 5 May nual expenditure of 3100226337 Mayor did organization of tha different sections VicKsnrno Miss J L E Francis c whispered a Joes word thickly into the run orer and crushed to death by an en 13 Beck having received telegrams from taking part in the processions brought strike headquarters yesterday morning Â¬ Livezey Junior Vice Commander Green Woman Blown to Atoms ear in the opening and at once tho guard against L E pine on the B A O railroad at Cairo announced that the brick- Clay Smith Chaplain C M Preston All persons having claim X many points in the Delta applying for together in the park half a million of when it was V Va aid of the strik- Â¬ Surgeon General Delegates were elect Â¬ suspicious of no mischance threw open Francis will present the same properly Bradford Pa May 2 A special to aid wired Secretary Proctor last night people who met went through their layers had come to tho to A teI8Iox of the Michigan Supreme proven and verified according to law no ed to tbe National Encampment aThe tbo door and admitted tho great Red the Era from Butler Pa says Mrs ing carpenters by ordering that the time for rendering assistance business and dispersed without a single bricklayer should work upon that Court makes tho liquor law of lsy inLT me on or before Jul 1st iSyo scab Adjutant Generals report shows that Man into tbe Mechanics ante room Sanne D Edwards aged 78 years was as 2J incident occurring of a disorderly char- Â¬ from the Government had come valid J R BURNAM In some cases tbe bricklayers there are 6021 members in good stand- Â¬ With case and freedom the sannap blown to atoms by tbe explosion ef a frames acter g Rev T A Lanof a Methodist misMC MCC 45 47 stepped briskly to tho center of the nitro glycerlne can there last evening Canadian Strikers Win have stopped word on this account and ing a gain of 2114 during the past year sionary was murdered by burglars in Adjourned to meet in Frankfort next room threw down his Rachel unlocked It seems that the woman found the can Strikers Victorious all of them will obey the order Ottawa Out May 5 The strikers Japan ml opened it and took out aid donned in a brush pile and not knowing the Boston May 5 At the meeting of year here of the bricklayers stonemasons SS Stags Robber Goes Up for Life They wanted the Carpenters Council last night the and carpenters is ended tbe glittering and gory regalia that dangerous compound it contained took Kvv Makes a Good Imnresslon Tinners Strike San FiiA vrisco May 3 Frank Wil- Â¬ goes with the rank of high and mighty it home and attempted to convert the of he contractors to grant an eight hour president reported that fully ninety per jourDa- - HrarHarrsSncwics are acien lift cally and London May l The evolutions Pittsburgh Pa May 1 The contractors yielded carafullv pr jred preacrtpttoiu nsed for many cent of the strikers had proved success- liams convicted in the United States neymen tinners of this city struck last sannap of Connecticut The sannap can into something useful for the house U S vessels of war in the Mediterran Â¬ day and the wltn Tsan In prl ate practicepeopleaooosavand foroaar ful District Court of robbing a stage near Every slnate flpa was a handsome chap and his robe was hold when the explosion occurred wtth wages ot twenty-fthinTraanaMdLrUie ean have been observed with no little Cal Election cf Randalls Successor of United States night for an advance of catx ib a apeclal cam for the dMeaae BamdT Downievllle the fatal result e m a glorious one but the Mechanics hundrod VUliage Almost Destroyed naval authorities here it by the cents per day Three ive HAKRi8nnd Pa May 3 Governor assume Wis tmror ilaiaartaa ayateaaaat areTfii fiefil in oiusiO of isc waters may be a May 5 This vil- Â¬ mails some months ago was sentenced men are idle guardsman Innocently wondered why he mm and regular reports have been received Beaver has issued a proclamation for a JV to imprisonment at Folsom for life ne as 13 suggested by a correspon Â¬ had never seen a similar one on an British agents at the points where special election to be held on Tuesday lage had a narrow escape from total de-Â¬ from Big Companys Influence In Elections dent but we had always stipDosod it to All the American Mechanic before Fire started in the squadron has sojourned Expert the 20th of May for a successor to t ho struction Saturday Publlshsr Gets a Heavy Sentence Chicago May 1 A charge of alleged ling of a dew wet Â¬ sannap cracked jokes and prat- Worm colic opinion is decidedly favorable to the late Samuel J Randall in the Third some lumber piles and driven by a terTorEKA Kas May 2 Moses Har- Â¬ Illegal Interference with voters during time tbo usw of Mas ryiaa Caliror Â¬ rific wind bore down on the village car- Â¬ mon publisher of the Valley Falls Arm rican navy both as to skill in sea Congressional District was lusrrirs oi laMayWIIni Pane- aldermanlc elections llyeeatery O rying every thing before it Ten dwell Â¬ Kas Lucifer convicted in the U S the recent day rgainst General Super- Â¬ manship and effective equipment era W to ings were burned before it was gotten District Court of printing obscene matter preforred Sessions of the Pullman PalÂ¬ Caaahsv CotL iTsiimi U S Govt Report Aug 17 1809 Okiahomians Happy Highest of all in Leavening Power Nciralgla Tt acstnaadsnhf VerJgo intendent Indicted for CrUnlna1 Libel f eadaehea in his paper and sending it through the ace Car Company Gdthrif I T May 3 The news that under control The complainant is llysrestai a bu New Yokk May 1 The grand jury the President had signed tho Oklahoma rpreaaed or Palatal Periada mails was sentenced to five years in the E G Brown who says he was discharged A Coanty Treasurers Shortage White too Palacg Stcamcrs Low Rates KSreShmg has just handed in indictments against bill reached here at 7 oclock last evn Augusta Ga May 5 It is reported penitentiary c aj ensara ftom employment because be refused to r John A Cockerlll Ju- - ing hisUlMilaasaani all Kcea An hour later the town was abltze that County Treasurer J E Murray of Tamr Trip par Wi employe of tho company rote for an Kkrsmslisa STnE wlua Carpenters Demands Granted rs and James F Graham ot with bonfires Dispatches from other Aiken County South Carolina is short DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND fever ana All Piles Blind or tWiTrvSrt in the Head Haverhill Mass May 3 The mas Â¬Â¬ New York World for criminal libel points in the new Territory state fiat in his cash to the amount of 817000 or the Harder tn the First Degree agree Wheeling ViokOoaa of ex Judge Hilton the news was received with great rejoic- Â¬ 18000 Mr Murray says he does not ter carpenters have all signedaathe days Detroit May 8 Chas F Wright at a Geer1 Hebilii vPhyaloalWeaknaM ment granting nine hours Sverr Week Day ing Kidney PitrsK become of the money Benzonlng Mich was found guilty of know what has uy work at the old pay of 815 per week rvaas nebi Partially Successful DETROIT AND CLEVELAND -murder in the first degree for shooting Express Robbery In Texas e SpeetalSaadar Trips dcrtsg Jal7 u4 AacvM Detroit Carpntarx Strike Lancaster Pa May 1 The princi Â¬ Sheriff Marshall and Deputy Thurber Mr Cleveland in thi Supreme Court It is reported hsre Denver May pal builders of this city havo concluded that the Wells Fargo Express messen Â¬ Detroit Mich May L The carpenOu Illustrated will iWashington May 2 Ex President Pamfhlft3 WsimisSea gt and vaws XlaantTic fcos aw adAaas To Abolsa Capita Puiiahmint o tbe carpenters demands for ger on a Southern Pacific train VHsstBavfl IlWai C Utk atul Aawns aw ira ters of this city laid down their toolsÂ¬ Cleveland appeared before the Supreme S v Y May 2 The House Albaxy S nine hours and two dollars a day The robbed last night of 45000 at Eaflc last night with the determination to in Court yesterday and on motion of Mr E B WHlTCOtatJ Oea Paw A-Â¬ empioves of those builders who refuse ville Texas Particulars of tbe robbery augurate the strike or eight hours to- Â¬ Garland was admitted to practice be Â¬ yfsterday passed a bill abolishing capiDttaCrrta3as ie was 75 to 20 tal puairhnien will strike day About 2000 will go out fore that body can not yet be obtained ET laWBfSJ P CMRE5 Â¬ Â¬ tr ightel Â¬ con-vt-- Â¬ Â¬ I - JB Â¬ r s - 1 i Â¬ I MS PU i Â¬ 3- Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ ofl si W Â¬ CUAC jnwi-Htt L DOUCLAS 1 -- N- - Ill Â¬ 32SHOESlafdeV 3- putscan and surgeon J JACK FREEMAN Â¬ A tv D 11 1 FF Â¬ Stitt eSxnnCtxxr VTTB Â¬ rnrsiciA x xd rgeox Â¬ i 1 o- t Â¬ irVj jjj vy smrrr y - v 1 1 er UTCIUKRJEVEUR Â¬ -- 11 1 IIAMQNDS 111 REPAIRING i Â¬ t Â¬ I 3 0 1 r sr i y lK BIMMMMMMMMMMiPMMMMMMMMMMi-MilMMMMnMMMnMM-M- Important Notice o PI o - r - -- Â¬ Â¬ Notice tojlreditors Â¬ r r3 freo-and-ea- Â¬ i 0s s i CO Â¬ HUMPHREYS nr 70 Â¬ Â¬ C TO i Â¬ i- wff PECIFICS R1 MACKINAC Summer Tours Baking Powder 3B PURE ABSOLUTELY s- r THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON PlBLISlUUI IVEKV WEDNESDAY HAD YOU THOUGHT OK TBIS Editor BT Ths Climax Printing Wm G Co White Ciias PKB S Powell Villi l YEAlt 150 VMlMdaTi KMCKATIC COIXTY Kay 7 1290 CONVENTION Unlercd that the Demoerr Madixm county meet at the Court House in Richmond Ky on Sat urday May 17 1 at 2 oclock p si in Mass Convention lor the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the State Convention to le held in Louisville Kyon May 27 to nominate a Democratic date for Clerk of Court of Appeals and also for the purpose ot taking steps for the selection of a Democratic candidate for del Constitutional Convention This April 2G 1890 C I liainnanDt CUOOSiM A DELEGATE TO T1IL STITlTiONAL CONVENTION CON Chesavit tinuing our article from last week we first call attention to a communication in to days issue on the subject and bearing especially upon the point of the will of the people One of two things must be done the candidate must announce in advance his principal views or must declare himself subject to the will ot the people To elect a man blindly to do as he pleased in framing fundamental to govern the country for the next half century would be the purest folly There is no trouble in preserv- lQ party organization in pur suing one plan or the other There are numbers of good Democrats and one can be found to carry the banner along with the stsof the country more important question will come liefore the Constitution al Convention than that of re striding local legislation With every Legislature the incra local questions is apparent Our islature has been in in nearly five months at a of nearly 150000 and has done comparatively nothing for the Stale in the way of general Why Kvery Member is loaded down with local bills for and every bill eoul i ed of at home by a court -- ulated It is imp ra Representative to Kvery device has avoid them been employed to shut off the evil bat to no purpose Let the Constitution prohibit local iation and empower the conn urts to transact all that kind ot business at home under the the people Another most important question i that ol exclusive privileges Mo man or set of men should be granted by the legislature an ex ve privilege Give us all a chance t in any business whatsoever we will A State Treasurer should not hold the office longer than one wo years Look at the rers of Maryland icky Missouri Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana The people have been robbed of their money by allow e Treasurers to continue in office from year to year until they grow to feel that they own the office absolutely and all the emoluments thereof To be continued in our next I The question as to who shall represent Madison county in the Constitutional Convention is not one to be decided by personal preference or prejudice nor influenced by side issues or political and social discussions of a quarter The constituof a century ago tion of a State is the organic law the fountain and base of all civil social and commercial regulations and the party in power will be held responsible for the powers If the State is therein granted Democratic that party will be held accountable for the party principles ingrafted for our future govThe Republican idea is ernment a flexible and elastic constitulor tion one that will allow centralization of power and politicians to make laws that best suit Republican political purposes The Dem ocratic idea is for a stable constitution to tit the needs of the time reserve all powers possible to the people and keep it free from political subserviency The people of Madison county have been Democratic for years reverently believing in and earnestly contest ing for the faith of our fathers and as such demand a Democratic representative who will incorporate the partys principles in the organic law and not give away our elements of strength secured by many hotly contested battles If there is honor in at the polls the position the Democrats of this county are entitled to have it We must have a Democratic candidate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A SUGGESTION Editor Climax I read with interest your editorial in last issue of The Climax on Choosing a Delegate to the Con Â¬ stitutional Convention and noted difficulties to be met by the voter in selecting a candidate as pointed out by you I quite agree with you in all that was said except in one idea and I offer a suggestion which I hope will be received You sav that ka voter cannot in telligently indorse a candidate without first knowing what the candidate proposes to do if elected That is true but I hold that it is easier and safer for a candidate not to express or even entertain any views but be subject to the wishes of the people In that way we can bettter preserve our party organization and at the same time have a delegate to act in ac cordance with the will of the people I think the delegate elect should be open to the suggestions of his people By newspaper articles letters talks with his neighbors and lriends and the public in general he can ascertain their views and when he takes his seat in the Convention he ought to and would lie ready and willing to give expression to those views I suggest that some intelligent Democrat announce himself on that platform and I think there will be no trouble in electing him A Voter Truly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and other public men who would not put themselves under the tutelage of a journal which assumes that wisdom was born ami will die with it were the victims of the same sort of criticism at the bands of that paper slightly soft ened and modified in the case of the two great Union generals by a whole some fear of public sentiment Mr Cleveland however has steadily itrown in popular esteem in spite of such enemies and tbe New York 8uu has just as steadily declined in influence and prestige Soured by its failures and losses it has become a sort of newspa per Ihrrieite an outcast owned by neither party and ready to shoot its poisoned arrows at everything fair and prosperous that crosses its path This is not the way to build up a newspaper or to give it influence with the people Respect for its own calling should prevent its going to the fish market for its vocabulary or cursing like a very drab when the man whom it has been maligning for years hits back at it from the shoulder like the vigorous Anglo Saxon that he is Any street corner loafer auy low rough can call his op ponent a cowardly liar ami apply to him other epithets of a similar charac ter but surely a newspaper conducted presumably by men of brains aud some claim to social standing should be able to put its discussions on a higher plane Mr Cleveland cannot be hurt by such attacks but the paper that makes them can be and is being injured by them and in its own language is becoming odious to every gentleman and to every honorable man not only on but throughout Manhattan Island the whole country The frantic utterances of the Sun become somewhat lu dicrous when it is remembered that they are the result of the charge which it brought against Mr Cleveland sev- Â¬ eral days ago that be was growing too stout Now even if this were so it would not be a very grave offense But it is not the growth iu Mr Clevelands physical proportions that has alarmed the New York Sun but his political development He is a very big man po- Â¬ litically and he is growing biggerevery day Perhaps this is the real secret ot the Suns impotent rage He is a verÂ¬ itable Gulliver to some of tbe conceited Lilliputians who strut beneath his legs aud his great size makes their littleness apparent even to themselves Balti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INDIANS AND REGULAR TROOPS UR00KST0WN The suggestion of Secretary Proctor that a regiraeut of tho regular army be formed of Indians is one that ought to bear good fruit and it seems strange that the experiment lias not been tried before In India tb natives furuish the bulk of tbe British forces aud many of the fiercest and most intracta- Â¬ ble elements of the native population have been brought within the scope of military discipline and converted from predatory robbers and murderers or savage followers o some untamed chief into staunch reliable soldiery The same thing could be doue with the wilder tribes of the West whose war like spirit would thus be given vent while at the same time tbe process of educating individual members in orderly habits would be going on The employment of Indians as reservation police and scouts bas been attended witli good results and they are doubt less equally capable of being utilized as regular soldiers Their incorporation into tbe army by degrees would naturally tend to draw the more restless adventurous spirits away from the reservations and the result could scarcely fail to le a very marked improvement iu the general condition of the various tribes wbicli are now more or less unruly owing to lack of congenial em ployment and of opportunities for gratifying tbe martial ambition so strong in the average Indians breast Â¬ Â¬ Quite a dull feeling here on account of Kentucky There is more capability Toledo O Jan 10 1887 to raise this 25 000 in Louisville than to of our turnpike defeat Co Gentle F J Cheney Messrs We have commenced a beef club raise the same amount outside the city men I have been In the general prac Program of the Co operation Meeting come oat Mr Editor and have some 40 years and of Madison and Estill counties to be held tice of medicine for roost baah would say that in all my practice and Paris McCord son of R P McCord with the church at Union City May 23 experience have never seen a prepara Â¬ has been quite sick for some lime but and 24 Friday Morning ioOo Introas much ductory Exercises T S Bronston 1030 tion that 1 could present with is improving slowly confidence of success as I can Halls Address of Welcome John Adams Robt Pryse has moved to the J W by you Response J D Goodloe Appointment of Catarrh Cure manufactured Smith farm for this season and will Committees prescribed it a great mauy times 1130 Sermon J C Mont- Hsve not purchase a farm before fall wonderful and would gomery Noon Recess Dinner Friday aud its effect is yet to of our townsmeu was Afternoon KI Davis oue Introductory Exercises say in couelusion that I have robbed of 50 in Richmond on the day Enrollment 130 find a case of Catarrh that it would uot of Delegates Report of Exof the show by some colored men of ecutive Committee Report of Evangelist cure If they would take it according to Yours truly African decent Report of Treasurer Address The Pur directions L L GORSUCH M D very much behind pose of our Co operation Meeting led by The farmers are Office 215 Summit St with their work owing to the contiuued W L Crutcher Adjournment at 330 or We will give 100 for any ease or rain When the ground gels dry 400 Night Service 730 Introductory enough to plow it gets very hard Services 800 Sermon C P William- Catarrh that cau not be cured with internally Wheat looks well Grass is growing son Saturday Morning 930 Intro- Halls Catarrh Cure Taken CO Props F J CHENEY flue ductory Services Further Enrollment of Â¬ ted I think Dr Dudley and I can obtain this other 25000 from the northern half A man who haa practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from sugai read what he says Cashmere Owkre We have the novelty of the season in cashmere ombres 40- -- Â¬ Â¬ McClure were married in Clark on the 28th tilt IN owes of Fever and Ague the blood is as effectually though not m danger ously poisoned by the effluvium of the atmosphere as it could be by the dead liest poison Dr J H McLeans ChilU and Fever Cure will eradicate Ibis pois on from the system Fifty cents a bot W 52 tle Winchester haa voted in favor of waler worka also 15000 for a public school building Â¬ Â¬ - Crooks Bennett AUrmston Miss Naucy Raglaud and Mr J W LOTS EnNIKICMUIIIT Only a Limited Quantity on Hand and for Sale Only by J Â¬ HJStreng You are at liberty to make a thorough examination before purchasing No ar gument necessary t prove to vou that our LOTS ARE BARGAINS as we arethe only ones that have Wall Papers Largest and cheapest line of wall pers iu town 40- pa- Â¬ - Ckooke Bennett 4 Urmston of fever LIUlOR HABIT Fi the World there is bat One Care Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ABOUT THE SIZE OF IT Â¬ Â¬ Editor Dana is very much troubled fat about Clevelands iucreasiug But tbe probabilities are that it is popularity increasing Clevelands wbicli is troubling him more than the fat Wilmington Star MONTHLY CROP REPORT Office of the Commissioner of Agriculture Horticulture and Statistics 1 Â¬ more Sun A BLOW TO PROHIBITION A WESTEKX HEX The city of Ogden Utah will have a Mardi Gras on July 1st at which time Rex II cousin of Rex I of New Orleans will be install ed as ruler of the Rocky Mounand thereafter a tain domain Thus tar western dependency New Orleans has been the only successful city in the United States with Mardi Gras festivities but gdeu proposes no failure Â¬ Â¬ OK ll KS HEATH OFFENSIVE JOURNALISM NOT lENUENT JOURNALISM 1NDE i Kiire James II Reck Kentuckys senior member of the United Slates e died suddenly in the Ral timore and 1otoniac depot Wash mgton City at 430 oclock on trday 3rd instant Accompanied by his daughter Mr- - Joodloe he had been to New York to consult Dr Loomis who it is said gave him little encouragement concerning his health When nearim Wahinsrton he re marked to his daughter that he did not feel well and feared a bad attack The train having reached the depot Mr Beck and daughter alighted passed through the gate and met his private Secretary Mr Clay with whom he warmly shook hands and passed a few pleasant remarks He then recognized a Mr Cochran and extended his hand and in a moment was dead The gentlemen caught him in their arms before he fell to the floor igressman Breckinridge soon arrived and had the remains taken to his own home also taking Mrs Goodloe with him In the mean time Congressman McCreary and others had arrived On Monday the remains were removed to the Capitol building where they lay in state until yesterday Accompanied by a Senatorial escort they are expected at Lexington today about noon The burial will probably take place to morrow in the Lexington Cemetery The family has desig the following pail bearers at Lexington Oov S B Buckner aider Jelfrey Beriah Magoffin James F Robinson Dr H M Skillman Jude R A Buckner Judge Jerry Morion Col E F Dr J W Whitney and Maj McDowell Rev W F V Bartlett DD of the Presbyterian Church the same who preached the eloquent funeral discourse of Gen John O Breckinridge will deliver the oration The death of Senator Beck is a national calamity and an especial loss to the Democratic party He was the ablest man in the Con gress of the United States His period of service and his vast y had made him a couspicu ligure James B Beck was born in Dumfriesshire Scotland in and was therefore 68 years old raduated ill law from Transvl- Lnivei as of It r held any office until elected He was iour times elected to that body In 1877 he was elected to the United States vhere he served ably for Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ The violent and vulgar attack made upon ex President Cleveland by the New York Sun iu its leading editorial is as shameful a prlitution of tbe power of the press as has ever disgrac- Â¬ ed a newspaper iu this country When a paper which claims to occupy a high rank in the so called metropolis of these United States heads its leading editorial Remarks to a Cowardly Liar and denounces the ex President as the Bluffed prophet of William Street and as the half drunken deputy sheriU it is not only the privilege but the duty of decent newspapers to give expression to the feeling of honest indignation which is awakened in the breasts of respectable people everywhere without regard to party lines or political distinctions Au assault so coarse low aud brutal can arouse nothing but coutempt and disgust for the journal that makes it and it will be condemned as strongly by clean and reputable Republicans as it is by Dem Â¬ ocrats There can be no possible ex cuse or aoogy for such personal at Â¬ tacks as these It involves a double wrong It is a criminal and despicabl e abuse of power aud it is a reflection upon and an injury to the press itaelt The press when intelligently and con Â¬ scientiously forms the conducted mightiest bulwark of liberty but when it is degraded to personal ends and made the instrument of individual spite and malice it becomes au agent of posÂ¬ itive evil and may as readily be used against as for the people No public man can object to legitimate criticism of his public acts no matter how sharp or severe that criticism may be But an Americans home and home life is no less his castle than is an Englishmans house and as the King could not enter the latter so no newspaper has the right to enter or desecrate the former His personal acts and conduct are not tbe subjects for public com Â¬ ment and discussion and nothing could be baser or more contemptible tbau to make them tbe object of constant slurs insinuations and innuendoes Such a course would be indefensible even were there a foundation of truth to support it but when as iu Mr Clevelands case tbe sole basis of tbe attack seems to be malice it becomes monstrous iu its meanness and malignity and deserves the most emphatic condemna tion as a violation of every principle of the unwritten code of honorable aud decent journalism Mr Cleveland has been persistently dogged and hounded for years by the New York Sun which has never neglected au opportunity to attack bim in some petty and underhand way and has taxed its ingenuity lor devices to annoy and injure him The origin of its enmity is probably to be found in tbe fact that Mr Cleveland baa never taten its advice hut has bed i the independence to think and act for himself Generals Grant aud Hancock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The opinion rendered by the United States Supreme Court as we understand its meaning and etlect from the synopsis sent by telegraph materially restricts the power of a State to prohibit the liquor traffic It has never been supposed that a Statecould constitutionally prohibit the importation into its own territory of liquors or any other commodity from another State or a foreign country But it bas been supposed that a State might regulate or prohibit tbe sale within its own borders of liquors or anything else brought from any quarter The Supreme Court now decides as we understand its decision that the right to import implies the right to sail and that the State has no power to prohibit tbe importer from selling tbe origiual packages Such legislation tbe Court holds would be an interference with Iuter State Commerce in violation of the Federal Const itutiou According to ibis ruling any oue iu a prohibition Stale may not only import from another State beer in kegs wine in bottles or whisky in flasks but he may sell them in the original pack ages in spite of the prohibition law We do not understand that auy one hoi the importer may sell them or that he may sell otherwise than in the original packages The principle we believe is now ex pressly affirmed by the Court for the first time Three of the justices Gray Harlan and Brewer dissent They maintain that in tbe exercise of its police power a State may regulate or prohibit the sale of all liquors within its border no matter where they come from It is plain that the prohibitionists will now find it more difficult than ever to enforce their doctrine NY Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MRS BENNETT TALKS ABOUT GRESSMEN CON- - Gentlemen of Kentucky Our Congressmen have substituted a congressional for our popular govern ment by passing au act whicb authorizes the black and white male Electors of the United States House of Representatives in each State to vote for its State county and municipal offices when our natioual Constitution does not say that the Electors of the United States House of Representatives shall be able to vote for any State officers but Â¬ Â¬ that tbey shall have the qualifications requisite for Eelectors of the most numerous branch of the State Legislature Black and white men are now voting for the State officers of every oue of our States from Governor down to the keeper of its common jails under an act of Congress entitled An act to enforce the right of cilizeus of the United Slates to vote in the several States of this Union when the right of citizens of the United States to vote U to vote for the elective officers of the United States the President Vice President and the members of the United States Senate aud House of Representatives And if every State in the Union should adopt a new Constitution and confer tbe right of citizens of the States to vote lor Slate officers upon black men it would not re establish a popular gov ernment in tliis country because his act of Congress would antedate these State Constitutions and it is the su preme law Do not therefore adopt a new Constitution for Kentucky now but instruct our Congressmen to introduce a bill in Congress to repeal this unconstitutional jured congressional act which was passed in Peaches Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort Ky May 1890 In resuming my crop reports for the season I beg to thank coi respondents for promptness and to insist upon pains and accuracy in order that tbe entire country may know t lie condition of our crops from time to time as well as tbe acreage aud final yield By this means the seller is posted as well as the buyer I mail my crop reports to every news paper iu tbe State and if tbey are not My pres- Â¬ published it is not my fault ent appropriation is so small that every method of economy has to be adopted If I had more appropriation I would attempt to reach every farmer with the acreage of crops their yield per acre and condition from time to time also with the comparative amount of live stock their condition etc I would also give the geueral history and resources of the State by counties with average price of land and such other informa tion as might le of use to the betterment of our State Wheat We have bad a very remarkable wiuter the thermometer never touching lower tbau 18 degrees above zero The average dale of seed ing wheat was October 15 1889 the early seeding teginuing September 20 The grain sprouted promptly on ac Â¬ count of the open and favorable fall and was well rooted There being no freezes and thaws the root was not disturbed in its growth The excessive rains and warm days occuriug nearly tbe whole of he winter gave the stalk a rapid and premature growth containing of course a watery aud sappy blade When the sudden freeze came in tbe latter part of the winter the blades were apparently killed and a wheat field that looked fresh aud green iefore the freeze resembled an old dead meadow At the time it was thought the crop was ruiued but the sprouts again came forth from tbe vigorous roots and many farmers now declare the freeze an advantage All wheat The facts are as follows that was jointed at lie time of tbe freeze is virtually worthless This constituted a very small per cent of the crop at the time The early wheat has suflered most which is certainly an ex ception to all of tbe laws governing this ciop A small per centage of tbe area bas been drowned out by overflow Taking it all together 789 farmers in the best wheat sections of ibis State give tbe present condition as compared witii last year at 93 per cent These reports average about the 22ud of April since which time the coudition has ev idently improved and it may be as sumed that tbe condition as compared with last vears is fully 96 to 100 per cent Some sections claim the present coudition to be 80 and some as low as 75 per cent of last year while mauy farmers quote 100 to 110 Rye This crop is very promising and the condition compared with last year is 100 Oats This important crop is possibly tiiree weeks later than usual in seeding caused by tbe excessive rains duriug the ordinary months of sowing Corn Corn plauting is fully two weeks later than usual The area and outcome will be reported each month during the season Tobacco It is yet too early to slate any material facts as to this crop Ou tbe 20th of April as an average date of reports ttie amouut of seed sown as compared witli 18S9 was 86 per cent A very large per cent of these seed were sown in March and April aud there is great complaint as to seed not coming up This may be on account of the bugs tbe late freeze or the imperfection of seed These hinderances aud complaints are uot unusual and no well defined opinion can be given earlier than July 1st It is however positive the plauting will be late Apples As compared with last year the coudition is 58 per cent some counties reporting a full bloom But every opinion indicates a very abort crop of early apples and many good apple counties say the late bloom is not in- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have Sunday School here Sam Â¬ Delegates Letters and Reports from uel Baldwin superintendent Mrs R Churches Reports of Committees 1100 Sermon CL Loos Subject Can we P McCord bead teacher and instructor They all seem to take quite an interest be Deciples of Christ and not have a Missionary Spirit Dinner on the Ground in the school Introductory Services Reports of ComBKREA mittees What Have I Gained from the Convention Short Address bv members Mr diaries Lester has so far recover- Â¬ of the Convention Miscellaneous ed as to be able to resume busiuess ness Adjournment 430 Mr Roeevear State Secretary Y M C A visited this place and spoke in CONCERNING FARMERS the College Chapel ou Thursday night last In Boyle county 213 hogs weighing about 200 lbs sold for 3 cents Mr T J Osborne is slowly recovering from Ids attack of fever A man in Bourbon county a few years ago gave for a jennet a bushel of Miss Sally Jackson has left Bloom Ington III and returned to again make potatoes for which he has recently re- Â¬ it her home with her sister Mrs Mollie fused 1000 Ryan J W Brewer bought on Monday 250 Mr A J Hanson feels the need of hogs at 375 and 3 85 J W Elmore more room and is enlarging his store sold 60 fat hogs to be delivered on Monday at 280 Harrodsburg Democrat by the additon of a wing Mrs Julia Hunting was summoned Mr Stege near Millville Woodford to III to the bedside of her only brother county has lost 300 hogs out of 500 be whose life is hardly hoped tor had on slop with the chances of losing The W C T U are giving a series more It was at first thought to be of Bible readings at the Glade church cholera but is now thought lobe pneuLast Sunday Miss Lillie Adams gave monia This is a big loss Lexington oue ou the Bible place for woman Gazette which was very interesting and showMr Tilford Currens has 80 acres of ed careful preparation com high enough up to be seen all over George Patterson has bought tbe the field This is tbe most progressive place formerly occupied by Mrs John corn yet reported in this county Isaac Hauson aud has fitted it up and moved Pearson sold to Geo Bennett of Aux- vasse Mo one 3 year old jnck at 675 his family into it meeting t held last week by Mr and Logan Caldwell of Boyle county The Williamson were well attended and sold to same party one jack 18 mouths the interest was deepening when he old for 450 Harrodsburg Democrat was obliged to leave Tbe regret that The Thome Tobacco bill was tabled be could not stay longer was very gen- iu the Senate as it should have been The effect of its passage would have eral under the act been to injure Louisville as a market The first election to incorporate Berea was held on and benefit Cincinnati and other cities Saturday last Enthusiasm was not outside of Kentucky The guarantee very great and a light vote was polled giveu by tbe Louisville Inspection to Tbe following officers were elected every sample of tobacco grown 111 Trustees P D Dodge A W Titus creases its value and the farmer gets Â¬ Bu-dÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Toledo O 45 48 Miss MargarettaSimraJIdied in Lexington DRUNKENNESS Sold by Druggists 75c ill Lots of Bargains - The suit in the Henry Circuit Court LOT HO 1 Dr Haines Golden Specific against Dr S P Oldham son iu law In a cup of tea or coffee Consist of Ladies and Childrens Je It ran le given of Judge W S Pryor for 10000 Ribbed Vests at 15c apiece without the knowledge of Ihe person taking charged with being accessory to It enVotlng a speedy aand permanent cure the patient is moderate drinker or LOT Xwhether an MBMti 011 V M Bond was decided au alcoholic wreck Thousand of drunkards cured who have taken the Golden Consists of Ladies Jersey Ribbed have been iu favor of the defendant SpeclDc In their coffee without their knowl dam-sge- Â¬ GO TO PLOWING The wet weather is over and tbe ground will be dry enough to plow by tbe middle of next week In the mean time drop iu and buy your collars hames trace chains backhands plow lines c 42- GEO W PICKELS A Wall Street authority estimates that A bra in S Hewitt has something like 5000000 invested in the South He is largely interested in various iron furuaces and foundries and is the owner of much real estate edge and to day Ihiuk they quit drinking of their own freewill No harmful effect re sults from Its administration Cures guaran teed fsend for circular and full particulars Aihlrexa in confidence Ooldw Spacin17 ltt lis Kate Xt Cincinnati O - at 25c apiece Â¬ Â¬ LOT R a Consists of a Good Standard Calico 5c per yard at Five stores were burglarized iu Off ingsville in one night last week vonisis 01 LOT N 4 000c iMeacned Uomestic at per yard 5 Local Produce Markets BY COVINGTON CORRECTED BRO GROCERS MAIN ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND FT LOTS NO AND 7 WEEKLY Consist of the Best Ladies I lose in the country at 10 15 and 15c a pair Richmond Ky Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter t Chickens EgK May 7 1890 3 25 3 LOTS NO 8 AND 9 Consist of Elegant Ladies Handkerchiefs at 5 and toe a piece LOT NO 10 Consists of Handsome Challies at yard 5 145150 8jioc 20c So 1 per Dont Goods 40- Apron hoods fail to see our Bordered Apron fc - Crooke Bennett Urmston Seuator McMillan has introduced a bill to authorize the Detroit Railroad and Tunnel Coiupauy to construct a lunuel under the Detroit river between the city of Detroit aud Canada for the passage of railroad trains Frequently accidents occur in the household which caue bums cuts sprains and bruises for use iu such cases Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment bas for many year been tbe constant favorite family remedy 40 52 Attorney General Hardins the oratorical prize at Prof Hogsheads tclitsd iu Harrodsburg Cottages son won Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per too lis Lard Tallow Beeswax Feathers Meal Seed Oats- Feed Oats Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes Wool -- - 75 8 00 75 25 75 2 1 5oj 5ai 400503 LOT NO 11 Consists of Beautiful Satteensat yard LOT NO 12 t2c per 1 Quality India Linen 4oc Consists of a No at ioc per yard He LOT NO 13 i5fSioc Consists of Lovely Dress Goods at iota 40 per yard 4OC LOT NO 14 37c Consists of 36 inch Henriettas at 25c per 5 yard 50 1 1 1 75 4 25 70 65 t 00 3 LOT NO 15 Consists of 40 inch Henriettas at 50c per yard LOT NO I Consists of a handsome Line of Sui at 650 a pattern Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1870 Richmond Ky Mrs James Bennett May 1S90 REMARKABLE COLORED FAMILY T F Rogers while in Bath county a few days since called on a colored family who formerly belonged to bis father and uncle aud found them remarkable iu several particulars Auut Polly Foster the eldest is nearly 100 years of age and enjoys good health for one so old she has 66 grand children She was well known and respected being the trusted market womau for years for W W Foster She has a daughter and granddaughter with whom she lives Caroliue and Emily the former being well advanced in years aud who seem A C Robinson sold to Dave Prewltt ed quite proud of her twin great grand babies Emily in slave times was tbe twenty five bogs al 366 per hundred trusted aud neat seamstress she not Mr Prewltt also bought 28 head from being able to walk from childhood W M Kerby paying him tbe same having to crawl It is not often you price T S Buruam A Co Silver see in one household a graud mother Creek bought of J A Wood IS head a cattle average about 750 pounds for 4 and a Mt Sterling Gazette cents Lancaster Record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Peach trees have respond ed very freely to the warm open winter in their blooming Blooms have been noticed on peach trees three months during the wiuter Many counties re- Â¬ port the crop entirely killed while others report they will have a fair yield The State average shows about 70 per cent loss of the crop Pastures of all kinds have been favored by weather conditions aud are as good as could be desired Stock of all kinds are in fine condition by reason of good pastures and plenty of food from last year Hog cholera is prevalent In many sectious Yours very truly of the State Charles Y Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture Â¬ P B Johnson Josiah Burdett and the advantage Farmers Home JourRichard Corueilson Police Judge J W nal W A Williams agent for Mrs Cin Patterson and Marshal Henry Wood o Parrif h Exr of Harvey Parrish Paris bas voted on a water works reports excellent sale ou Saturday at proposition the vote standing 131 to 3 the farm near lied House Jack colt 452 yearling jennett 335 old jenin its favor The works will be erected 340 yearling steers net 3250 by a Boston firm aud completed within mules ten months on a forfeit of 15000 The yearling heifers 24 110 Grass mules 92 company will own aud run the works Iarge land rented at 2 per acre and furnish eighty hydrants for 2500 a year It furnishes a drinking foun ciowd bidding lively and good feeling Capl Tom Ferrell was generally tain free auctioneer The first days sale of lots of Ihe Belt Tbe railroad having recently purLaud Company was a success in every chased the Covington Slock Yads respect The prices obtained were good Captain W A Peters the Superintend- Â¬ aud everything passed off very satis- ent bas been instructed to make all factorily The total sales including the improvements necessary to put the sale of lots and tbe tracts of laud to tbe yards in first class condition The work boot and shoe manufactory and the is uow nearly completed and May 1st foundry aggregating 10361875 The the yards will have yarding and ship lols averaged 2307 per foot The lots ping facilities second to none and will iu London Park averaged 35 Lexbe prepared to receive and ship live ington Press stock direct to and from all parts of the United Stales The Eastern lamb buy ers will be at Ihe yards from May 1st RELIGIOUS to the close of the season A Presbyterian church was dedicated at Hemp culture is being cxteuded the Middlesborough Sunday Rev Dr Mc product being utilized hi the manufac Kee of Danville preaching ture of binder twine which is shown Monthly church to be equal to binder twine from Sisal Methodist Church Manilla with the merit of being sev Â¬ Conference Wednesday night Preacheral cents cheaper per pound In reing next Sunday morning and evening gard to these two fibers flax and hemp A Presbyterian church at Sharpsburg Bath county was dedicated last Sunday tbe particular advantage to our far mers in their culture will be the sav Rev Goodloe of Danville preaching ing of this country out of a total of Rev Mr Caldwel of Louisville arriv- Â¬ imports amounting to 44000000 of ed in Richmond on Monday and is holding 26000000 now paid for foreign fibers a protracted meeting at the First Presbyaud manufactures that should be proterian Church duced here and for which native flax Rev E H Burnam will fill his pulpit and hemp may be substituted From in the Predestinarian Baptist Church in Circular of the Editorial Division DeRichmond Ky on Saturday and Sunday partment of Agriculture next 10th and nth of May President of an Alliance oil mill in Rev Jacob Ditzler of the Southern Georgia says he pays 15 to 23 cents per Methodist Church and Rev J J Porter bushel for cotton seed an average of of the Baptist Church will hold a debate 12 per ton The cotton seed meal is at New Columbus Owen county in May estimated as worth 17 37 per ton He Judge Hargis gave 50 to each of thir- gets out of one ton of seed 37 to 42 galteen localities in Eastern Kentucky to enlons oil 750 pounds meal In addition courage the building of churches Five from 20 to 23 tons seed a days work Christian Churches have already beer he gets 1 bale short liut cotton worth built stimulated by this offer 25 enough of Itself to pay the days A series of services is now in progress labor One ton of cotton seed he esti at the Fist Presbyterian Church and are mates brings in 787 worth of oil 7 50 1 of hulls being conducted by Rev R E Caldwell of meal and 1 of lint of Louisville Services daily at 3 and 8 These mills have been established in oclock p m All are cordially invited to many counties iu Georgia by numliers attend of tbe Alliance and pay a profit of as Elder Brant of Indiana and Elder high as 40 per cent Fertilizer facto ries are generally attached to the mills Wm Rupard will preach at the PredestiSouthern Live Stock Journal narian Baptist Church located 3 miles East of Richmond on the Irvine pike on MonAt Wisconsin Farmers Institute P day May 12 at 3 oclock p m also at 8 Wakem read a paper from which we oclock in the evening For several years take the following ot my life I was connected with a The meeting of the American Bible Society at the First Presbyterian church ranchman who was the owner of ten Sunday night was an encouraging one thousaud cattle and I thoroughly be Dr Savage the agent was present and Iieve one of the best informed men ou made a good report Rev J V Logan breeding I have ever met a man who had experimented and carefully studiD D made an able address Rev Jedediah Foster who lives a few ed and amassed a fortune nearly miles from Maysville is over eighty years 000000 and bas it yet He tried nearly old yet preaches three time every other all the beef breeds and finally discard Sunday walking from one appointment to ed all but the Shorthorn I have known 400 He i a him to take bulls worth to see the other a distance of six mile each and turn them out on the ranch minister of the M E Church Ira D Sankeythe revivalist singer has to breed his cows to but he was careful to take them up when breeding sea retired from his association with D L son was over and feed aud care for Moody because his voice has given out The sale ot the famous Moody and Sank them until time to turu out again He ey hymn book has provided both with a always claimed that where his cattle located Wyoming they were better handsome competence Kentuckian rustlers and made more improvement Miss of Morning Mollie Marimon than any other breed not only in the View who is to assist Rev J O A first cross but in each cross afterwards V aught in a at Millersburg is holdÂ¬ for Kent Two four room cottages ou E Street iu course of construction Beady May 44- C T Wells 1st LIVE STOCK MATTTET EEPOET By GREENE A EMBRT Lle Mock Commission Merchants at Clnclo nali Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards LOT NO 17 Consists of Cassimeres at 35c per yard LOT NO IS at Kentucky had 76600 men in the Cincinnati Ohio Mav 5 1800 army and it is estimated tbat 14000 of SHIPPING CATTLE them draw pensions Good to Extra 4 401a Hose Consists of Camlet Cottonade per yard uc LOT NO IS Consists of all Linen Towels at ioc a piece Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose Ladies and Misses 40- for - Crooke Bennett Urmston Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 4 4 oo 3 50 2 2 75 Q LOT NO 20 Consists of Beautiful Curtain Material at I25C per yard ooj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Mary Rogers died at Frankfort Good aged eighty three years She was a Fair to Good 4 15 Extra Fat Steer daughter of a Revolutionary soldier 4 10 Fair to Good Steers 3 85 You will have no use for spectacles if Good to Extra Cows 3 408 you use Dr J H McLeans Strength Â¬ Fair to Good Cows 2 75 ening Eye Salve it removes tbe film Common Cows 2 oo2 and scum which accumulates on the Rough Cows and Oxen 1 25 eye balls subdues Inflammation cools BULLS and soothes the irritated nerves strengthens weak and failing sight 25 Best Shipping Best Bologna 3 oo 3 40 52 cents a box Fair Bologna 2 75 3 Fair to Good Feeders 6o 2 2 John Collins Lee who comes of good 2 oorf 2 old Kentucky stock ami who inherited Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 2000000 from a rich uncle in Paris is 4 oo 4 a voluntary working member of the Good Extra Steers Fair to Good 3 yj life saving erf w al Atlanta City New Good to Extra Steers Heifers 3 25W 3 Jersey Common and Thin Stockers 2 50 3 COWS AND CALVES advice to Mother Mrs WnrsLows Sooraiao Stbip thonld always Best Grades 38 00840 be used when children ere autting teeth It re Â¬ lieves the little suflertrit once it produces natural fair to uood JS o35 quiet aleep and the tittle cherub awakeaaa bngh t Common 12 oocrjo a button It is very pleasant to taste It Best Veal Calves soothes the child softens the cumsllTiall pain 4 regu lates the bo we s and is the bst known remedy Fair to Good 4 00 ft 4 for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or Common and Heavy 25 3 uuiei causes Aweniy aTe cents a DOWa HOGS 65 Select Butchers 4 20 9 4 Russell Cecil Sr a prominent bank- Â¬ Fair to Good Packers 4 00 4 er al Harrodsburg father of Rev Rus Good to Extra Lights 4 00 4 Light Pigs sell Cecil died suddenly Monday 3 75 4 Â¬ BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra 4 308 LOT No 21 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a boy from 5 to 12 years old at 200 LOT NO - Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes tor 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 -- s LOT NO 24 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothe man at 7 50 for a 01 75 5 LOT NO 25 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a man at 1000 33 11O LOTS 2o 27 AND M Consist ot a Suit of Ciothes for a man at 1250 15 and 18 Cannot be 00 bought for less than 5 more on 00 the suit anv where in America 00 5 X 7s LOT NO iS Consists of a Ladys Dongola o Shoe at 150 Button LOT NO 30 S 5 10 Consists of a Ladvs Custom made gola Button Shoe at 2 worth I 00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ digestion arid assimila 7S 7 75 tion produce disordered conditions of Extra the system which grow aud are con- Â¬ firmed by neglect Dr J H McLeans Louisville Tobacco Market Strengthened Cordial aud Bloxsl Puri By U lover Durrelt Louisville Tobacco tier by its tonic properties cures indi- Â¬ Ware House gestion and gives toue to the stomach Sales on our market for the week 40 52 100 per bottle just closed amouut to 2 934 hhds with The Fisher heirs are determined to receipt for the same period of 1899 fully investigate that 51000000 estate hhds Sales 00 our market since Janin Germany and have employed Hon uary 1st amount to 51036 hhds Sales D R Murray to do so He bas engaged ou our market up to this date of tbe crop of 1889 amount to 29512 hhds passage and will sail iu a few weeks The offerings this week have embraced an uuusually large number of Stanford Journal hogshead in soft and fuuked conditiou Lace Curtains and prices for sucb are relatively low Our Lace Curtain stock is complete Our market is very strong and active for tbe medium and good grades or leaf 40- - Croke Bennett 4 Urmston both flllery and cutting types where Mr Return Jonathan Meigs the vet Â¬ they are in good condition The re ports country generally indi eran lerk of the Supreme Court of the cate t from the beds lie plant in gixxl condition District of Columbia is eighty nine The following quotations fairly repyears old and a native of Clark coun- resent our market for Burley tobacco crop of 1889 ty Ky Lexington Press Trash Dark cr damaged tobacco XX 150 to 350 Collars and Chains Colory Trash 350 to 750 Common Luga uot colory 400 to I have an excellent lot of collars 550 collar pads hames chains back bands Colory Lugs 700 to 1000 aud other things for plowing Common Leaf 750 to 9 00 Medium to good leaf 950 to 1300 42- GEO W PICKELS Uood to flue fillers 1300 to 1800 When you are constipated with loss Select or wrappery tobacco 18 00 to of appetite headache take one of Dr 2650 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Imperfect SPRING LAMBS LT NO 31 Consists of LadieV Dongola Button Shoes at 550 worth 875 LOT NO 32 Consists of Childrens Shoes Spring Heel Dongola Leather sizes S to U at 1 LOT NO 33 Consists of Misses Dongola Button Shoe Spring Heelssizes 8 to 12 at 1 worth S200 LOT NO 34 Consists of Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 150 World Beaters LOT NO 35 Consists af Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at I200 Hummers LOT NO 36 Consists of Mens Cordovan Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 275 This is a regular Corner Lot LOT NO 37 Consists of Mens Hats at 75c 1 LOT NO 38 Consists of Mens Hats at Building Site A regular LOT NO 39 Consists of Mens Hats at an exposition of the high prices of others LOT NO tO Consists of Mens Hats at 2 a regular Worlds Fair ti Â¬ J H McLeans Little Liver and Kid Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ney Pillets They are pleasaut to take and will cure 3 ou 2o els a vial 40 52 Donelson has a quantity of new sulkies surries and buggies of the newest and most popular patterns and at very 5- reasonable figures ders of the urinary organs aud are al ways gratified at lite wonderful effects ol Dr J H Leans Liver and Kidney Ralm in banishing their troubles One BgwajavH gSaeafl LOT NO 41 Consists of Full Regular Balbriggan for men at 50c LOT NO 42 Consists of Mens Peppercll Drill ers at 50c SI 1 Old people suffer much from disor Â¬ Draw- Â¬ Â¬ LOT NO 43 Consists of Mens Oversbirts at 50c Dollar per bottle 40 J Â¬ 5100 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY The Climax will hive Away 100 in Gold Â¬ te its Sabsrriaers meeting ing a meeting at Erlanger The Covington Commonwealth says Miss Mollie Marimon moved the audience to tears and when she invited all Christians to gather round the alter who were willing to help on in the good work two thirds of the congregation came forward The Presbyterians Christians Lutherans and Baptists are all working harmoniously with the Methodists Rev Dr Wm M Pratt of Louisville I feel a special interest in Georgesays town College having been for a third of a century a member of her Board of Trustees and since the death of Gov Robinson Chairman of the Board We need at least 50000 more than we have raised to place our college on a good foundation If we can secure 25000 from Louisville of which 1 will cheerfully give 1000 in addition to what I have already cemtribu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Every subscriber paid up at least to April 1st 1891 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 Contagious Blood Diseases- one drawing third prize will receive 15 Ulcers sores pimples Itch salt rheum etc are evidences of contagious blood diseases in Gold the one drawing fourth prize will II Is manifestly a duty to eradicate blood poison from the system by a use of B B H receive 5 in Gold and the one drawing Botanic Blood Bjilnij thus enabling the sore places to heal and thereby removlnu all pos Â¬ fifth prize will receive two years subsibility of other member of the family be coming likewise afflicted Heud to Blood scription to The Climax Balm Co Atlanta Ua tor book that will convince It Cared Brights Disease J H Outlaw Mt Olive N C writes I bad running sores on lny shoulders and arms Speedwell Ky Mav 4 1889 This One bottle B B B cured me entirely is to certify ihnt 1 had Brights Disease I Johnson Belmont 8tan ton Miss writes or something very much like it and B H B haa worked on me like a charm My head and body was covered with sores was iu very feeble health This was in aud my hair came out but B B B healed the year of 1887 I used one dozen me quickly W J Ktnnin Hntchens Texas writes B bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonc and B B has cured my wife of a large nicer on I am now iu belter health ihau I have her leg that doctors and all other medicine been for years could not cure James If Hendbkk M J Rossmau a prominent merchant of Sold by V U White Prescription Greensboro Ga writes I know of several cases of blood disease speedily cored by FJ B Druggist Richmond Ky 49 eow B Two bottles cured a lady of ugly scrofu Â¬ lous akin sores Fob sick headache female troubles W C Birebmore ACo Maxey Ga write neuralgic pains in the head take Dr J B B B la curing Mr Robt Ward of blood poison effected one 3f most wonderful enrm H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney that ever catue to our knowledge 47 Q Pellets 25 cents a vial 40 52 Â¬ Â¬ LOT NO 44 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at 7 cts LOT NO 45 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at LOT NO 46 Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c Both the method and results wbc byrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant LOT NO 47 and refreshiug to the taste and acts Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c gently yet promptly on tbe Kidneys LOT NO 48 Liver and Bowels cleanses tbe sys tem effectually dispels colds head Consists of Torchon Laces at 15 20 and 25c for 12 yard pieces aches and fevers and erres habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the LOT NO 49 only remedy of its kind ever pro Consists of a Line of Trunks at prices duced pleasiug to the taste and ac never before named ceptable to the stomach prompt iu LOT NO 50 its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most C onsists of hundreds of other Lots of which we have not the roan here to healthy and agreeable substances its make mantiw many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Come to oar great lot sale Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and you will carry away with yo and 81 bottles by all leading drug Lots of Lots that you will never gists Any reliable druggist who have the opportunity to buy again may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any 1 OXB ENJOY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bulwtitute H J STREN6 t Lots of CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAM tOUtSVltU KY ASnau rn Seller KW rawr r Baraks i ci 8 SUPPLEMENT I VOLUME III tend gives f Â¬ M BftV N I1IH scarlet ho gulps down two or three big oaths and finally ejaculates Ilero Â¬ y 1 Â¬ I SUPPLEMENT B D 5J eu gsa RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 7 1890 mbtntt il ict on that can be urged for the repeal of tne ta on tor ai Ci Is the fact that the Royernmejt il soper 5ou and control to enforce Ms co ctlon is a constant source of vexation end annoyance to those en gared in manufactuilig that attile A mere reducienof tne tar f m iht to fi ur cents per pound does not t lip ne wth this supervision and control to any extent whatever nor does it diminish the expense of collection The same supervision the same books and forms the same b n Is oaths and penalties anl the same numberof otllcias wil be required to collect four cents per pound that are required to collect eight cents per pound The poley of placing farm products on the dutiable list in order to give the farmer protection is referred to as fa l triooa The minor ty hold that it is impossible to protect the farmor against foreign competition in his home market because it Is claimed Le has no such competition Regarding th cut in sugar and the sugar bounty the minority say Last year the grades It wnii h ar- - now made frej y elued to the Government loinirtlsl all of which is now to be suri ndercd and thn sug r Industry is to become an annual char c unon all the people who Bre engaged in oth r ocupitions some of which are far mor important and all of which are fully as meritorious as this one In 1SK8 which is the lat y ar for which wc have com rlete returns th sugar product in th s country was 37ft8VsrT7 pounds so that even if there should be no creased production under the bounty system the sum whi h the people are to be compelled to do at e ich year for the support of this favored Indus- - will be t7W0O0O or II 11000 00 during the fifteen years Dut the very object of the bounty is to encourage tho production of this article and its adrocat s claim that In a few years it Will re sult in a domestic supply equal to the whole de mand for home consumption In addition to the home product we imported and consumed dur ing the last fiscal yc jr 2M12130 pounds of sugar not abov No 11 In c dor making a total annual consumption Including dome tic and lm ported of 3t71trr0rii rounds and therefore if the system results as Its advocates predict the annual payment out of the treasury will be 161 aJ342 even without any increase in the amount now consumed We protest against the gross favoritism and injustice of such a policy and we deny the moral or constitutional right of the Government to tax the people who grow com wheat cotton rye oats and othr agricultural products for the purpose of raising money to be given to those who produce sugar or any other article The bounty provisions contained in this bill are conessons that the whole system which It seeks to strengthen and extend Is a system of discriminations between the various productive industries of the country The minority state that In their opinion the incrcas in the tobacco schedule resulting mainly from the Imposition of a duty of t per pound on unstemmed leaf for cigar wrappers will be ii instead of WTM 0G8 as shown by the tables and they are confident that an analysis of the importations of that article for a series of ye irs past will sustain their position Of the effect of th proposed m asure on the revenue of th rointry the minority say We do rot mean to assert that the bill actually in creases th customs revenue IrtnOOOOOO over what it is n ider exi tlig law but that it proposes to impo e upon the articles it leaves upon the dutiable list except sugar and molasses of the amount collected on that sum in e the same schedules last year It places upon the free list articles which yelded a revenue of to0Ty DM during the last fiscal year and it makes a reduction of 154 fri i 110 56 on sugar and mo lasses and these two sums amounting to 60 M207V being deducted from the rts000000 leave a net incre t e of morn than 4000000 in tariff taxation under this bill In our The report concludes as follows opinion tne exercise of a lust discrimination in the selection of the subjects of taxation and in fixing the rnes of duty to be imposed upon each would enable the Government to realize from this source of revenue ample means for Its own sitpjKirt and at the same time greatly improve the present condition and prospects of all our citizens who have inves ed their meaos or em barked their labor in manufacturing miniae agriculture and onmm rce While we would cli r co operate with th majority in the pafs arre ol any measure which would relieve the people frem um e essnry taxation promote the property of our various industries and secure amide wages and steady employment to th laborers engaged in them we feel constrained to make an earnest piotest against this bill because in our opln on It will not accomplish any of those desl able results only NUMBER 47 T CHARLES MACKAYS LAST POEM My Wifes a Winsome Woo Thing My we a winsome wee tiling Wc3 twenty yean or mair And aye the bonnier growing As baith mine eyes declare Tie love tnat made her bonnto And love that keeps her sae In spite o time and fortune On lifes uncannie way the new tariff bill with the majority report on it in the Hoiis yesterday The majority rsport discusses t1 effect that the bill will have upon the revenues ot the Government That there The kisses pather on her lips will be a substantial reduction as we shall Like blossoms on the I show it siy admits of no doubt It in not indly thoughts reflect the llht believed that the incre se of duties upon wools That in her bosom glows woelau p ods and glassware will have the effect of increasing the revenues That woult of in a running stream course follow if the Importations of the last set the noontide ray fl al year were hereafter to be mantain d Â¬ An 1 siarkk with the light of Heaven which however is altogether improbable The When rippling on thtir way resuit will be that Importations will be de creasd and tho amount of revenue collected Sh is a winsome wee thing from thes sources will be diminished In any And more than twenty year cas of increased duty exc pt that Imposed Slips twined herself about ray heart upon tin plate which does not pro into effct Until July riy all that can endear lt91 and upon linen fabrics will the effect be to reduce By afl that can endear on earth nther than enlarge the revenues because impor Kor shadowing thing above tations will fnll off It was the aim of the comAnd load my happy soul to Heaven mittee to fix the duties upon that class of manRejoicing in her love ufactured goods and farm products whict can Blackwoods Magazine be supplied at hOTe so as to discoumge th use Â¬ of like f iireittn goods and products and socur to our own people and our own producers the Â¬ ABOUT GOLD COINS home market believing that compel ition among ourselv s will s cure reasonable prices to consumers in the future as it his invariably Â¬ done in the past We seek by the increased Tacts Concerning Them of Interest duties recommended not only to maintaii but to enlarge our own manufacturing plant and to Every Body cheek thtoae supplies from abroad which can be profitably pro loc d at hom The g neral poli cy of the hi is to foster and promote American The Tlandsnmost Loss by Wearing Away production and diversification of American in fiustry The Average Life Counterfeit The report quotes th recommendation con History of Gold Coin Â¬ Brief cerning the tiriff in the Presidents annual age in This Country message and terms them sensible and patri After a d atiaaitoi of the administrative otic features of th tirlL the report goes over each Coin Clerk Vassar eat in his little Â¬ schedule noting tne proposed changes anil dis cussing the reasons for making thm and esti ork cage at tho sub treasury re- Â¬ mating the amount of duty in each case that cently To the left of him and to the will b affect d rijrhtof him and in fact all about bim In regard to wool the report that by the proposed Mil the dut ies on first and second class I of yellow glistening coin wools are made at 11 and IS cents a pound as Thoy were the deposits of tho day and arrainst 10 and 12 under existing law On third r a wool costing U cents or less the duty is bad come in from the banks which had Â¬ raised from 2l cents a pound toS1 cent and become overburdened with the precious upon woel of the ihiril class costing above 13 cents the duty recommended is an advance metal merchants and the custom house from to 8 cents per pound There seems to be In a big brass scoop were many hun- Â¬ no doubt the report says that with the protec dreds of 85 pieces tion nffonled bv the Increased duties rerom which after mended in the bill the farmers of tbe United being carefully weighed were dumped gold coinage Siii s will be able at an early day to supply in a white canvas bag the mouth se demand al The first return of gold coins from substantially suchof the homewill be toand the gr at benellt production tbe ag fastened with a heavy hempen the chief coiner was on the 81st day of ricullural interests of the country can not be cord and then taken to one of the July 1795 and estimated of 744 00 wool The vaults where they were to remain until eagles The firstconsisted of eagles half would production of ton WO 000 pounds orof an ad OX 000 saeep was delivery require about wanted for commercial purposes Â¬ Perof the on tho 22d of September 1795 and con Â¬ dition of more than li0 per cent goods present number In revising the woolen haps they might He for twenty years if sisted of 400 pieces Tho schdule doublo eaglo so there was no extraordinary demand for was authorized to bo coined March 8 en as to afford adequate protection to our woolmanufacturers and wool growers the com gold mittee state that they have continued the sys 1S49 the eagle April 2 1792 half eagle tem of compound duties which have proved so What is the handsomest coin made 2 1792 S3 pieces April February 21 essential in any tariff whch protects wool pro inquired the Boston Herald investi Â¬ IsoS quarter eagle April 2 1792 81 viding first for a spcific compensatory pound or square yard duty e itiivalent to the duty gator piece March 3 1849 There is a myswhich would be paid on the wool if imported for Well I should say the American ad of the tery connected with the half eaglo of the benefit cf fromwool grower and ancent valothirty to fifty per ac double eagle Of course I dont sec all 1801 and eminent numiamatologists are rem duty cording to the prottorl ion of labor requited in the coins of the earth here as we are at variance in their histories on the the manufacture of the several casses of goods to not allowed to receive those of foreign coinage of the country U c per cent additional It is claimed its a protection the manufacturer against for countries but as tar as my experience by one authority that no half eagles of e gB competition and UKin ready made clothig for Ihe protection of clothing goes I place our 820 gold piece at that year were struck is are the from the manufacture inon e can obtain while b t intorrr the head of all others for beauty positive that tho Governmentothers minted it is stated it is probable that the inert ased of design in fact all the gold coinage 20000 of the pieces and that they were rates of duty riven to manufact ir r of wool rtanly reduc the i handsome money The Government all sent to Tripoli to pay the United en will from this sc iurce andnot increaao this revenue transfer to s a great deal of time to perfect- Â¬ country the manufacture of from lis 000 00 to States sailors who were subjugating ing it The metal is burnished to per Bashaw of that country Tho fact theÂ¬ taiOnoOJO of ooUn goods now made abroad revalorem duty a and if a sheet of it were hung mains however that the collection of In computing the equivalent adcombination ot on manufactures of woolen a specific duty whuh is stmpy compenop in your bedroom it would serve all coins in tho mint at Philadelphia con- Â¬ both the satory for duty on the wool usd the purposes of a mirror From these tains no specimen of the half eagle of duty which ther tects the manufacturersand the i makes Ike average resultint rate of the woolen t oods the disks or plauchettes thoJ 1801 There have been a large number schedule proposed M vx jer cent hnically known are stamped of private gold coins issued since the After defending its action in increasi ir the aftor which they are placed under the establishment of the Government prinduty on certain kinds of iron and on tin plate the committee goes on to discuss the sugar and dies and receive the pattern of thepieco cipal among which is tho The committee Kcom molasses schedule o to represent Sometimes wc mends that Migirup to and including No 16 eagle valued at 850 Dutch standard of color and molasses be pot one or two of these blanks which In the private coinage of California placed on the free list with a duty of four have escaped the operator in an invoice there was a half dollar a 40 ccnt a of one cent per pound on refined sugar tenths tbove 1 from pound cents bounty the mint quarter dollar and a 20 cent piece The No paid and that a treasury of two period per fifteen for a be from the of When is a coin unfit for circula- Â¬ Mormons aUo put out a peculiar piece years for al sugar polarizing at leasts per ciut made in this country from cane beets or tion having tho value of 8S and tho legend sorghum produced in tbe Cniteii St I will take a S30 piece to aid us ing the sup or question the committee To tho Lord Eoliness on the obverse me in answering that question The Georgia and North Carolina have also favs So large a proportion of our sugar is imported that the home production of sugar neat provides that all coins done a little in the gold coinage line does not materially affict the price and the of this denomination shall weigh 510 The former State n 184J issued a piece duty is therefore a tax which is added tj the the grains when tnoy leave the mint and worth S M57 while the latter coined a price not only of whichimported but of tbe do is not true of duties mestic product will receive them so long as they tip on articles produced or made here subthat w as worth V 93 cents stantially to the extent of our wants the scales at 51842 grains This is tho In Isfv the duties collected on imported THE CHINCH BUG limit of toleration or minimum weight gar and mol isses amounted to 559S610 The Government is willing to stand this Some Remedies That May Be rsed to Add to this the increase of price of domestic agar arising from the duty and it Is clar that lrevent Its Ravage ss which means about nine cents on the duty on su Tar and molasses made the coat Can this insect not bo materially kept of the sugar and molasses consumed by the a double eagle It is the practice 1 be at of or Yes Bays peopleone this country each least 16400000 and in some of the sub treasuries to in check by natural means at nit man woman for To a child In thedolar States more than it would Kansas State Entomologist pay out Coins of this weight but we the United have been if such duties had been levie and Lave made it a rule here not to again certain degree this is quite possible tbe domestic product had rt maned the same in circulation as it would and not nearly so difficult a task as one T enon the assumption that with p oper we I time to wear them might suppose A good cleaning up and encouragement nearyshad eventually be able to aI take bat all the sugar required for produce all or down below tho minimum and the burning of rubbish of all kinds in late the consumption of our people an assumption bolder would then have to dispose of fall winter or early spring will answer which vour committee believe to be sustained many fact notwithstanding the slo7 pro Ihem at their bullion value We have tbe purpose if the work be general by by press thus far made in sugar culture In this reducing the number of hibernating In Â¬ country this encouragement can be given much now on deposit 400000 of minimum by onoinically and weight coins some of which have been sects Osage orange and all other very of two cents per pound effectually the a bounty involving extiendt In our keeping for tho past decade await- Â¬ brushy hedges are the most attractive ture of but a little more than 17000000 per an with the present production of ing an appropriation by Congress that retreats and at the same time most num country than by the imposition ofsugar in a duty The this will admit of their Wing melted up and formidable retreats to master Involving the collection of f5o97VtlO in cuties breaking down and burning of corn in the last fiscal year not to men t or the restampod There is another class of amount indirectly involved When it concoins that is never paid out it being stalks in the spring following a chinch sidered that this increase in cost it dte to known as dead pieces They are tho re- bug year will also destroy myriads of the duty falls on an article of prime necessity as food your committee are persult of imperfect metal and arc abso- Â¬ the insects that have hibernated beÂ¬ suaded that justice as well as good policy re At other quires that such an unnecessary burden in the tween the leaves and stalks lutely without sound People who get direct bold of them run here to find out times however tbe stalks had better w iv of a that the tax should be removed from encouragement be utilized as a fertilizer by plowing sugar and production of sugar in requlrod to induce the the United whether they have been swindled as States should be given by a bounty rathei than under they believe the value of metal money bv that no only If covered deeply this will bo a rem Â¬ rawan import duty In providing and including depends upon its ring sugar but also ugar up to free of duty an What is the loss to the Government edy fully as eilectual as if burned Pro- Â¬ No shall be admitted free Introduction opportunity is given for the cf yel tect the birds and above all the quails low sugars suited for family use an arrange on Its gold coinage for thoy destroy countless numbers of ment which will secure to our people sugar at About one quarter of one percent or price existing in of hibernating insects of various kinds the lowest le imported whit the marketsbe the 250 on 81000 sugars will wor d wh sub a popular fallacy that gold that aro to bo picked up about hedges ject to a duty of only four tenths of one cent a There is and such liko resorts frequented by pound Is not counted by the Government Several thousand words of the report ate dethe year Al on It is not only counted but every these birds throughouttho granivorous voted to giving reasons for increasing dntes the to Concerning silk agricultural produrts We could though belonging piece is carefully inspected committee states that in orler to secure this Â¬ not go by weight as there are many birds tho quail is essentially Insectivor- Industry as speedily as possible they offer a per bou ty plugged pieces and sometimes a coun- Â¬ ous except during inclement weather twenty of one dollar the pound about equal to per cent of market value of good are terfeit finds its way hero which is up to whon insecu few not easily obtained Â¬ Bilk As a rule but birds mammals repThe committee recommend changes in the inwc ip seem to relish ternal revenue laws as folows Abolishing the tiles or What is the finest gold counterfeit any of rapacious insectsmembers of the tax on dealers in leaf and manufactured tobac the odoriferous co manufacture of tobacco and cigurs and you have ever seen order homiptera or true bugs In win- Â¬ peddlers of tobacco reducing the tax on timok It was a 85 piece I romomber receiv- Â¬ ter however this repugnance is partial- Â¬ lng and manufactun d obooi o and snuff from ing one of them from a Portland bank ly overcome and now and thon even a eight to four cent - per pound The commute recommend that all provisions and sending it back for a good one of the Btatutes imposing restrictions cf any bug They claimed I had made a very big chinch men seems a delicate morsel kind whatsoever upon farmers and growers of io scarce to aceo m regard to the sale thereof De re error and were very enthusiastic in when Various remodios as plowing rolling peal d This wll enable the farmers and plant their criticism of this office The piece ditching fencing and the use of insecti- Â¬ ers to sell their tobacco wherever and to whom silver they please with the same freedom that was finally forwarded to Washington cides have been suggested and used they now dispose of other agricultural products and after a careful tzminauon of it I with more or less favorable results both In conclusion the commiltee state Tie effect of the advance of duties on agricultural was sustained Tho Portland bank Bent in this and other States deep plowing products will be to hold our own markets in an apology to me for Its hasty action Immediately after harvest having suc- larger measure than at present for our farmers reThe piece was one of a number issued ceeded in a few instances by covering without any Increase of revenu of The sameand fncreas sult will follow in other coses In 1872 and bore the imprint of tho Car- Â¬ bugs so deeply that they could not where the revenue bM in rspecial cases increased the cs w ijn is indicated son City mint It contained 129 grains croep out Boiling at a like season this increase idn bared on thsory that of gold and was 18 karat fine instead of has crushed large numbers while ditch- - byaconsumptisuch artcles will contin le im as portations of e as under lower duties In the case of 82 the legal standard of fineness and ing and fencing have succeeded in larf manufacturers ol wool where the importations was worth just 8443 The other ingre- Â¬ bunching them and for a time check- Â¬ hi ve been enormous beea 8 of inadequate dients were silver copper and platinum ing their onward movement while mi Â¬ duties there can be no doubt tlat the rves of The mystery to me is how they made grating from small grain fields to corn duty proposed will diminish rather than increase th revenue the business pay The counterfeiting fields The committee eonclme therefore thft the At such times tho dragging certainly if enaeed rcU aw of gold coin in this country began in forward and backward of a heavy proposed billrevenue from ia portswill let t KW at the 1600 and has continued until the present Ho f36 and probably more ami from the interweight of some sort has been the means day nal revenue HOXTSTt or in the aggregate 71 causing great slaughter among 1 I 5 1 Love scares awa the wrinkles From oO her smooth white brow And duty dune through good and ill Aye keeps her conscience true And yields her happy peace of mind If rVr the world poos wrong And turns the murmur of lament Into a cheerful song The redemption clerk first takes it a receipt for tho amount tho bag is said to contain Then it is counted All the light pieces are thrown to lone side and so stamped across their face Tho counterfeits are cut in halves and in fact all pieces which faro not fit to place again in circulation pre deducted from the original sum brought here When the owner comes tto get his receipt cashed he is given all the rejected coin and after he has paid Iback a like amount in perfect money wo square up with him The light pieces are worth their bullion value and if they are sent to the mint at Phila-Â¬ delphia their exact worth is returned to the owner Sometimes thoy are taken to a broker but of course they bavo to make a profit and will deduct about 10 per cent for their commission I dont uphold the Government in compelling a person to stand losses of this kind The people with whom this coin circulates take it in good faith and they have no means of determining its true value Do you receive many counterfeits It is very rarely wo find one You Bee the banks have experts and In counting and examining their gold deposits the spurious pieces are detected nd thrown out It has to bo an ex cellent imitation to slip past the keen eyed counters We have never re ceived a single counterfeit gold coin from the leading local banking instltu tions which shows that they handle their specie deposits with great care If the Treasury found a counterfeit in a lot of gold sent from here upon whom would tho loss fall Your humble servant I would also be called upon to make good any shortage found by the experts who come around once a year and count our stock If one of the vault clerks felt so dis he could ruin me by abstracting a portion of one of the bags as I am held strictly responsible for their contents at all times It is impossible for tho ktvernment to lose a cent through the carelessness of its subordinates When did the Government begin its THE TARIFF BILL Tbe Measure Submitted to the House of Representatives With Long Majority and Minority Re- Â¬ port Hides and Sugar Placed on the Free List Heavy Addition to the Duties on All Grades of Wool Washixoton April 17 Mr McKinley from the Committee on Ways and Means introduced well informed Rebutter offlcor Meanwhile the Captain has leisurely returned his sword to its scabbard and has inscribed in his note book the fol- Â¬ lowing memorandum Incase of volley firing it is better for the officer to keep to tho rear of the front so as not to come into contact with the muzzles of his mens guns The Majors the Lieutenants and tho Colonels of tho schuttory are all cut out of tho same cloth as the Captain above portrayed always ready to arfruo the point with their superior officers and producing the drollest effects by their utter ignoranco of military tactics There is even a schtttcr General who is a retail tea merchant Xonc of tho officers or men aro acquainted with tho mechanism of a modern rifle and there are probably but few of them who would venture to handle one If thoy knew it was loaded A the book Seo thcro It is page forty eight And then with a look of despair and a shrug of his shoulders ho dashes off to sotno other equally trivo mc This new and excellent 8250 shoe is equal to any and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES 350 shoe FOE MEH AHD WOMEN It growl more igh el EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED X THE NEWEST HATS TRIFLEPESS1MISTIC Drop a Tear for the Wife Hhlla Ton Laugh at the Husband Early in the century there lived in Edinburgh a well known grumbler named Sandy Black whose oft recurring fits of spleen or Indigestion produced I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE f- - stas i i T Â¬ HOLLANDS MILITIA some amusing scenes of senseless irrita- Â¬ bility which were highly relished by all except the fellows good patient little wife One morning says the New York Ledger Sandy rose bent on a quarrel The haddies and the egga were excel- Â¬ lent done to a turn and had been or Â¬ dered by himself the previous evening but breakfast passed without tho looked for compliment What will you have for dinner San- Â¬ dy asked Mrs Black A cblckon madam said the hus- Â¬ band Roasted or boiled Confound it madam if you had been a good and considerate wife you would known before have this Sandy growled out as what I like slamming the door he left the house It was in the spring and a friend who was present heard his little wife say Sandys bent on a disturbance to day I shall not please him do what I will The dinner time came and Sandy and his friend sat down to dinner The fish was eaten in silence and on raising the cover of the dish before him in a towering passion the former called out Boiled chicken Thats It madam A chicken boiled is a chioken spoiled Immediately the cover was raised from another chicken roasted to a turn Madam I wont eat roast chicken1 You know very well roared Sandy At how it should have been cooked that instant a broiled chicken with mushrooms was placed on the table Without green peas roared the grumÂ¬ 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make xiA LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODSc-Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion p h POWELL OLIVER PLOWS 30- - ave money by calling on m W i WE WANT TO Impress it upon th min that gPHBB iaant unr J RACKET Is the STORE p3 DnHHI Modi gnara than aii county I bler r Queer State Of Affairs In the Land of Dykes and Ditches this manner Dow the Citizen Army I Drilled at Itot- terdam Amsterdam and Other Cities Droll Effects Trodnced by the Ignorance of Officers Hero they are my dear said Mrs Black How dare you spend my money in They were a present said his wife Rising from his chair Sandy clenched his fist and shouted How dare you receive presents without my leave LONDON As many 4mmmrrrrmimimmWii f Ar g TP 1 JSJG CVLO Fine Side Com inl Spool Silk Button Hole T - t ioc 05c 05c r Â¬ le -- -- iffiilT- j r Be 1 4hr Â¬ s 1 Â¬ Â¬ t3 their of What is the Hfe of a gold coin continually increasing ranks Ditches About thirty years in the United into which water could be turned have States but in England and other coun- Â¬ formed complete barriers to their creep- Â¬ tries where i is largely used by the ing migrations but not to tho after peonle as rvdinm of exchange winged of m much shorter time It costs England movements about tho mate for insects as to the second they were 6100000 a year to keep her sovereigns in good order and that was one of tho rea- Â¬ brood This insect like all doprodators has sons why the report went forth that tho Bank of England proposed issuing 1 its likes and dislikes and chooses its Â¬ notes I come across pieces once in food plants with considerable daintiness of taste The small grains are tho awhile that have had an existence of follow half a century or more and look as fresh first on the list after which Among and bright as if they had been issued but some of the grasses and corn Jycsterday Herp is a 250 piece that tho grasses millet Hungarian and foxtail stand at tho head while a fow was turned out in 1820 that has not yet fol- iost its polish It is a very rare coin others that usually grojv as weeds Wild buckwheat is also and is worth at auction 820 It proba- Â¬ low closely I have bly belonged V3 some one who kept it as quite a delicacy with thom and weedy d several examples whore a relic or In remembrance of some dear ones friend or it may have fallen into a crack fields were loss injured than clean one notwithstanding the fact that the and remained for years in its place of as many bugs as tho nlment or until tho march of im Â¬ contained equally Several farmers in this State provement brought it to light Somc-- other tho same fact to itimes a thief robs a crank of his treas- - bavo alsoa mentioned As rule grain in a grassy field Kir and disposes of the rare and almost me has the disadvantage alongside of that - at their face value wc IBmfalal v tV iv find their wav into - - growing in a clean onv the -j Education does more for a poor farm asuries where their care It grows better crops M we are always on the than fertilisers and breeds better stock What many jalert to catch these choice mintages When you receive a coin deposit how a poor farm with its scrawny cattle wants is a heavy appli- ido you guard against loss to the Gov of brains Western EuraL entnu j 1 j VU 414 No reference Is made in the r port to raw the KepuDican hides a subject that members of the commltee considerable trouble Tbey decided to pu hides en the dutiable list bnt changed t irt decision yesterday morning and hies will remain on the fr e list at pres ent rlr stcverna or uatuornia a Kept nncan merob T of the Ways and Means Committee submitted a report dissenting from tilt kugar schedule of the bill Carlisle submitted the views of tht ml- noiiy en the bill Siimnl g up the question vc therefore that them industries can be the on ion at the prisent time i3 to exempt from taxation the ley are ce proportk n ate y at ill our tax the ufacturers nay be farmer ms with tl ose of dicy we advocate other and whch we desire U se inaugurated and- early and rapidly as ctrcumc mnl - will permit The capitalist who nas in c laborvested ers he employs and the domestic consumer to whom he sells would all he benefited and no body wud be njtred With untaxed materials afford to pay their dent thai laborers belu r wajes than they can aitord to paj then row n still sell their products to lers at lower pricos than ar now the internal revenue features of While we would be nai revenue taxes on with reduction upon p ople are oalired to in the bill which passed to a measure of any part of such taes and at the same time iccroanes the 6 liner cloth rates of ing and on earthenware glassware table cut lers and many forms of iron and ste which can not be dispensed with Besides about ths Mr I Â¬ Â¬ i -- THE MINOItTTT TtEPOBT Ilolland is becoming exceedingly fidgoty about her militia affairs says a letter in the New York Tribune The national defenses are in a disorganized condition and tho Dutch would be unable to offer much resistance to any invasion Reform is tho cry on every conscription univorsal and hand but on all sides is advocated no one seems to feel disposed to carry the matter through As things now aro no Dutchman need serve in the regular army if ho can pay for a substitute The consequence is that tho rich aro op-Â¬ posed to tho universal conscription be- Â¬ cause they do not want to serve and tho poor aro against it because thoy would no longer rrcoive tho largo sums which their children earn by serving as sub- Â¬ stitutes Every man however between the ago of twenty five and forty H forced to belong to the militia or schuttery as it is designated in Holland The latter numbers about two per cent of tho en- Â¬ But it is quite harm- Â¬ tire population less and partakes to a certain extent of the nature of the opera comique Nothing can bo moro amusing than to watch tho schutters on their way to drill late in tho afternoon of summer and autumn days Thoy can scarcely bo described as presenting a martial ap-Â¬ pearance in thoir blue and red uniforms with their shakoes perched rakishly on ono side of their head tho chin strap barely reaching down to tho nose a cigar or pipe in tho mouth and an antedlluvlan looklng old musket carried over th shoulder butt end upward In winter when it rains or snows the monthly drill at Rotterdam Amster Â¬ dam and other important cities usually takes place under cover In tho bourse after tho business of the day is over The drill sergeants however dislike this for it doubles their work since tho schutters devote far more attention to the figures of tho afternoon stock quotations still chalked upon tho board than to the figures of drill The officers of the militia regiments aro exceedingly gorgeous creatures with their long clanking sabers their plumed hats and their profusion of gold lace Their knowledge of things mili- Â¬ tary is but one degree superior to that of the men under their command for they have been forced to drill for two hours a week during a period of six weeks with a regular lino regi- Â¬ ment Under ordinary elrcnmstanccs they manage to fulfill their duty but during the after a fashion annual maneuvers tbey aro sub- Â¬ jected to great trials A schntter Cap tain will be standing in front of his company when a corporal acting as orderly approaches with the following message The enemy is close at hand Tho Colonel sends you his very best compliments and wishes to know If you would oblige him by leading your men to attack All at once the latent pa- Â¬ triotism and military ardor of the Cap- Â¬ tain blazo forth He draws his sword and calling on his soldiers to follow him rushes to meet tho imaginary en- Â¬ emy Suddenly his advance is checked by a shallow ditch filled with muddy water This causes his fierceness to abate for he would not for all tho world Ho pauses for a few soil his uniform seconds All at once a happy thought Fire by volleys he cries strikes him to his men Immediately tbe ramrods arc heard to rattle in all tho enormous barrels of tho old muskets and a minute later tho hammers fall with a clicking noise of old metal For the militla mcn aro not only forbidden the use of gunpowder but are even denied percussion caps In tho middle of all this tho Adjutant of the regiment who is invariably an officer of the regular army dashes up on horseback and ex- Â¬ claims in frantic tones to the Captain Good heavens man dont you know that in case of volley firing the officers must not stand right in front of the muz zles of their mens guns Nowise disconcerted the Cuptain pulls his hand book of military regula-Â¬ tions out of his pocket and after care- Â¬ fully glancing over several pages re-Â¬ Well plies in a nonchalant manner I dont see any thing about it in bore The face of the adjutant becomes Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ BOOKSELLERS They Are Not as EnterprlMng as Theli M nfa IS J5sl Jr m JsX Hi A Jtrv j- 5inw BtBa nBM- De t 24 25 V S Sheet American Competitors jir Pin cO for 05c lb Writing Paper 05c p 05c r 1 Nearly every book dealer in London is a publisher Consequently if you seek a particular book it is hard to procure it at once unless you know the name and location of tho publishing house There are certain dealers no tably Hatchard In Piccadilly who will get any book that is in print and can be got but writes Eugene Field in the Chicago News they require time G into any shop and ask for an item and the chances are nine to one that the an nine-by-four - P- 1 nanaBBnalafSeaqi r JBBaj - Envelope rs Goxl Pins i mamnn Be t 05c 04c 08c 6 Papers Best Tnek- - Sqt Preyed in CALL AND SEE US WmiM -- YO ValTTI swer will be No we havent it butwe can get it for you In every little shop yo We hear talk about our factory shall havo to send down to our factory for this article or that This sort oi thing makes even strong men very weary After inquiring in vain at half a dozen shops for a copy of James Whitcoml Rileys poems I made the long journey to Paternoster Row and applied for th book at Longmans the publisher 1 was referred to a dealer in St Pauli Churchyard Thither I proceeded They wore ail out of the book but could gel 1 How soon can you get it me one In a week or ten days they asked said Where do you have to go for it I asked To the publishers thej My friends answered I said I have traveled four miles for that book and I am going to oamp here till I get it The publishers is only ono minutes walk from here now fetch me that book Very few of the second hand book shop keepers know what they have in stock You ask them for a certain book and they shake their heads when th chances are that several copies of the book you want are conspicuously dis played upon their shelves Their so called catalogues are not worth much because they include in most cases only the high priced books The real curiosities are to be found not in tho catalogues but upon the top and bottom shelves of the dusty stalls DECODE S-A-Xj- Buy or Not SHACKELFORD -- GENTRY OF- - 41 DEALEK3 IN ALL KINDS JJ BROOKS 1 M lHKS triT Hardware Tinware f ooienware Honse Furnishing Goods BROOKS CHENAULT Real Estate Brokers TOOLS AND MATERIAL Richmond I BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS Kbstcckt solicited Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40 Lirge ifs of City and Country Prop- Â¬ erty Property sold and bought on Commiseiou office anl prompt attention given Brooks Drug Store Correspondence Kc IIKNTI eee el FREE thr world iilfek lB nat I Onf nfthf FVclXrD fcTfcBtwl w RBkS AYE SCOpc mQRFjS Tb follow n Our ffihrn r nquiJMJ ant to mfrv1ti- - our Npmor goods wc will rndrtt cb lor fllitT rBMOU m Only tfcosr who wnu 1 abort to oMcan enakt - Mr of t to tW chjinro- AH yoa Wvrauto Mtow our fxxa to wh eW To BMfrabort HB thnu around Ton The b- drftt int rmmnr of ih ihnwi th small eal of tS kak- - The trlpdon I have rented of Bark J W Shop For Sale or Rent W Office iu Branch Joiiu Bennetts law office at Stockton A 39- - Mr a iie of it rrduf ri to - ow MtatiMi Wloaifr Wwlllaoowo7m wmi u all tiDrM rhtrIN e Dnr r SlirH HLLITrCO Boei J roIlx Mi c- atV -- boat tb -- ft Ma balk Il I desire to sell or rent privately the liis Barber Shop at Hotel Glyuiion and large two story will continue the business Hope our We have one hundred mule colt and old friends and customers will come to eighty five yearilajg for sale Strictly see me as I have two of the best bar lii in numbers to tiit trcxxl nnd tiers in the city Work done with situated on a good corner lot in Ellis Six miles east of Bichmoud Deutuess aud dispntch ton Ky knoHii u the Hogan proper- Â¬ on the Speedwell pike 44- ty 17- E H FARMER D A COLYER H H COLYER HH Mackey 185 Miles For Sale -- 1 STORE HOUSE pur-i-li-e- r- SCENT IN HORSES Fine and Deep Emotions Dependent oa the Sense of Smell The finest and deepest emotions of a dog seem to be dependent on his sense of smell Not only does he carry on his business of hunting or guarding through its aid but his devotion to his master and his recognition of lesser friends depend largely upon his nose According to Horse and Stable another among the humbler friends of man la keen and del icate of scent The horse will leave musty hay un- Â¬ touched In his bin no matter how hungry he may be However great his thirst he will not drink of water objec- Â¬ tionable to his questioning sniffs nor from a bucket made in the least degree offensive His intelligent nostril will widen quiver and query over the daintiest bit offered by the fairest of hands A mare is never satisfied either by sight or whinny that a colt is really her own until she has certified the fact by means of her nose Blind horses will as a rnle gallop wildly about a pasture without striking the surrounding fence The sense of smell informs them of its proximity Others when let out from their stables will go directly to the gate leading to their accustomed feeding ground and when desirous of returning after hours of careless wandering will distinguish that one outlet and pationtly await its opening The odor of that particular part of the fence serres aa their guide Nervous and timorous as this noble animal is known to be his fears are of course doubled by this keenness of scent for not only does the 6ye inform him of danger but the nostrils also herald its presence The mere scent of a buffalo robe is sufficient to cause ex- Â¬ treme terror in many hones and some scenting the smoke cf a train which has long since passed show all the ear evoked by its actual presence Â¬ SPRING 18 HERE AND 80 ARE WE -- WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF-- X3 SPRING CLOTHINGTio LAMS est line SHOES fin- Â¬ Hats Shoos and Gents Fumisliing Goods GEITL EMEUS SHOES it will pay yon to call and see onr mam- Â¬ moth stock ot Shoes before buying We have them GENTLEMEN EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND LADIES we have the of FOOT WEAR in Richmond and all in the REMEMBERWEDQ HOT SELL GOODS AT COST LATEST STYLES KID BUTTON IN OPERA TOE FRENCH TOE PARIS TOE BUT WE DO BUSINESS IN A STRAIGHT FORWARD HONEST WAY IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO BOYS SHOES IN Ml Honest Goods at a Fair Liiii Prolit Common Sense Toe 3FThe8e Shoes bear our brand and every pair is warÂ¬ ranted SMALL PROFIT PRICE OUR MOTTO PERFECT H0NEST TREATMENT FITS AND ONE FIXED ALL QUALITIES Remember that vou A GUARANTEE with EVERY PAIR VORIBS SCHOOLPIBLDCO One Price Clothiers Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West Main Street Richmond Kentucky r Madison County Fair Association TTVT1I I HOW HE Print Shows tfcoujix re AVXIAl KXHIBITIOX TO BE HELD AT RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO lg I89O i The following stakes and purt WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH I 1890 350 400 coo qq 700 00 00 00 BE TEA2inG IT Beet three In Ave Jdcd by To year oldt STAE3S-- S3 mile heats best two To vear old 4 To oo class year olJs For 0 ciags nation mile icai To class -- stak COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR PLRSES t0 t e wj nomination June 1 e and 10 a it i on day prccedn To 223 class Five per ceoL lo accompany nomination winch is forfeit it per tent additional to tart to be paid on day preceding race 230 00 1000 00 to fill and three to start all purses The stakes and purses are to be divided t to first per cent to tnird per cent to second and c The rule of the National Trotting Horse Association shall distancing the field or am part of it hall be entitled Entry Blanks furnished on application to M B ARBUCKLE Secretary i IN E President - 38 Kkhmim Kkstickv CKACQUAiirTrr MUCH VALUABLE fAMAH vttenTFOHKATION TBOM Athz cottnthy will obtain tht geography of STUDY CF THIS MAP OF -- swc - b - fy lain linci fcr To all po 6 j9 lg v vXk PGfif0 rQU 3 THE CHICftSO ROCK SUKD RAILWAY and extensions East and Weot of the East North and Northwest from Kemtfft s Moines Chicag o and via ALBERT TsTOne WorthiiMrtOB isioux Falls Waler- m ervening1 towns and cities It is the route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati m and Southern points converging at THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER ost areas of the richest fanning and gTazincr lands in the eediest most popular and eeonorafcn1 system of taavjpactMtoa eu4 Tfrorr ul ctiJt towns sections In Kansas Col- mtnrv FREE Becliniug Chair Cars between ad Caldwell Hutchinson anfl Dod6 City and Pullman - Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson ad MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leadinc all compel - endorof equtprneat cool in summer warmed nt sln d and free from dust Joseph div on arrival of trains from the Eatt Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and i THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to igm and Pvinuiussr atope onl- at important ln- n Kansas and Gcloruo - Superb Dining- Hotels at con- Joseph fumhrh delicious meals - THE ROCK BLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST UNE I oakr E ST Be K the Garden of hs Gods Cascade Green Mountainy mlnlnjr camps and citaes aamtai nic attractions of Colorado with everj modern improvement comfort and luxurious enjoyment in Colorado in Union rolorndo Midland Union Paciflc rth and all other atverging lines ie Table- oliJr copies of the Western Trail information address JOHN SEBASTIAN 1 IWiMgei KT1A Oenl Ticket t Pa s Agent A1TTEH CHICKEN New and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC Cholera Cure MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble mr Thousands era I of dollars worth of ens die every year from CholÂ¬ It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that pos it has been made and to be con d of its efficacy only requires a A 50 cents bottle is enough fcr one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle liic buyer is not thoroughly ed with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera repjrn it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Firs -- Class Wniislip PEICES AND LOWEST CONSISTEOT STOCKTON BROOKS DR RICE Tor We have the Urgent trade in Central Kentucky and guarantee alifaetion JfjTWrite for rices and informa- tiou lefore ordering any style of work WM ADAMS k SOX Importers 4J 48 LEXINliTON at Ky J 1 A G WILLIAMSON C Lorrhca and SEXUAi and lnipoi liirnii of PKTVATK DX ITY ENOINKER Civil Engineer and Surveyor i YPH IV IS J Surveys made for Railways Turii Iikffc Roadways EMimates given Stc Farm draiuge Town Ixitt laid fr I TBAranUed I kf tteaWWaTKfcl ra la all fre Illy Coses immjtt br t ji ATE COTTICSET m Linesretraced fpec a attention given to tojK graphical maps and plats of farms and other lands Correspond ence solicited wih parties Interested in Mirveys of lands in mountain cotin- lie of Kentucky OfflOty Hall Richmond K r 9- - ineral land surveys Â¬ CT WELLg B F CARR mfSa C T WELLS CO TJieOfllyCoai YardinToivD Only a square from Hie Cotirt fionse You the depot E dont iiave to aend away out to Delieredto jayPanofTown SofiCoal and Anthracite Nat and Lump Coal Now open at AI vers old lumberyard next to rietvuid in sUvieriao ehurch Quickest delivery iu town Loweet EaaBHtia aiij L2L P a K- - prices 17- Try as - C w rrS ad T WELLS CO CKAPJSK Y Can refer erect - mSarjvmmnmt Iiiiniiaan mmptmm rti nil 46 WlGGtSS BUCK ArctLitoots CINCIRSATI BROWN O wille Ml Wiueiille nccesafully MORSELS OF QASTRONOMY A rurfl Time I The bark Margare Cnptaitif It istsajftoe boHestmllk crate i ray Wm Fleaenet Boom awived at Boston lately fraru ih nil Incline 1 took io- 1 to the other Ing frmji one end of Paris I Ml It q Coast of Africa in a badly patuired con -winter for tbe Mr Horr ww according to- - th And as I n - tnch divine It has The windowf thas wnend doer of the dition Snc was so long pverdso tii11 Joymenf been a bad areaily prime onal-A t rem till iic lrt I heard offiaaie of places the buf T she had been given up an lost Captain Weeet View flats ewessswfcng the East Rtteburg Disiiatch nums tlitti Should 1 propa I kn ift what to say liver and the barter tmoi CohimVia falo very low indeed in the standard Sargent says that between thegaim and ity A bvheid mv ttlaablng Rose Another effort is to be made to Intro Â¬ HOT t mental capacity and makoa this the nature of his cargo he bad au experi TsJsfcta 1 felt my hafr tutu fray Brooklyn ere flOed with blos duce the delicious English solo ia our ansniag chjesiffltenwnJitMirt CCTmiua iMunidity tie eaufie lhis exerfjjina-- ence he does not wish again to meet I thought of Myron gentt and Mooref Bd red winged foon tiut If the jcenarch or tne Bestde i a regular cargo there weae twelra waters fwo or three rang lis Ah could I tmtivH Peopluwho dcclare they do not like A bit of Ui4r poiv lorc bird iiaug iff the insbinn iveTjplsbis iacfodirrtonect ho oertafniy snakes 400 cockatoos aiid parrot at ing 1 iiinO hi I Jwiown11 all pfc J WTIHmilUO iVi ll a no man e greenery n nr nere tnai Mrs Ttrm not want ror aneciion ourang outang two small monkey twr Oh wmrtah iii onrlimr of ease I hluiideriTKly slid Henry Ward Beecher has established ner in which the bull ouffalo protect- Â¬ crocodiles and a gorilla which he wai suspicion And tiien thought my tongue would frees A man at his club never eats as sump herself in a cosy suite of apartments ed the calves of the herd is a glor- - bringing from Durban Africa to a And wished that I were dt ad dining feas I ious example of paternal instinct --An museum lierc Ihere were some stow tuoi i s dinner as he does when since her return to the eity Sae My heart wasTeatliig like a flail ont army surgeon related the following a way j on the bark too never been away from Brooklyn really And yet my lips were dumb season is one dish If The luck that hung upon a nail Hewas 1 iHCIC nClEdltUilUa ililL uirj IJUIOOV able there another-- its now more and for during her summer residence at 4nstauceto Mr Jlqraaday roast pork Ti ked louder time a drum than tectum ad invariably on In camp one evening when his at- - i the death of ail hut fw of rtte cockatoo r Stamford she 1 eiuild iit see for strange to tell The airse imd full of smoke Saturday night remaining until Mon- - tention was attracted by the curious and parrots by eattng up all the corn Smelts and scollops have had a bad Tbeu fpim my tongue the fetters fell day to be present at the Plymouth meet- - action of a little knot of six or eight that had been provided for tho feathered season and of course all on account spoke And then and then I ings when the chinch wee open Brook buffaloes sufficiently Approachinjr passengers Then during a gale th of the winter 1 said la haste I love you dear lyn is her home and must always ae so near to see clearly he discovered 1 love yon snakes and crocodiles broke out of tbcij too she said The new olive crop from Spain now And then I clasped her dainty waist she says and though her children would that this little knot was made boxes in the hold and invaded the fore being received is said to be remark- Â¬ And klstted her lips of r d prefer that she should live with them up of hulls standing in a close cir- Â¬ castle so that for five days the men could ably line Then cjmtip a flixxl of poetry rhyme she lias gone to housekeeping in Order cle with heads outward while in a not venture into their quarters but had lspiii d yanl ofmarry me Apple are getting scarcer and scarcer And sin isanlng to that the Plymouth people she still pre- Â¬ concentric circle at some twelve or to live in the cabin These reptiles alon and the nualiiy of the stock on hand is In appleoloftsoii time BY mi el MivrrnN Pent sides over the ladies meeting and Sew Â¬ fifteen paces distant sat at least a doz- Â¬ with the rats kept up a continual war very poor ing circle can feel entirely at liberty to en large grey wolves excepting man fare until the surviving crocodile killed A foreigner says the Anericap Sunday call on her at any time they wish lira the most dangerous enemy of the buffa ALMOST AN EMPRESS the last snake and completed the chain night tea without canned fruit Is the ex- Â¬ Beechers rooms are full of mementoes lo The doctor determined to watch of vengeance by being itself killed during ception of Mr Beecher A picture of him as a the performance After a few mo- Â¬ a fierce southwest storm by some of the A snad omlet is something that fills When Paul Francois Jean Nicholas young man hangs between the wit dows ments the knot broke up and still cargo shifting and falling on it Ihe Parisian epicures with gastronomic Â¬ Barras the celebrated French revolt of the reception parlor with a cross be keeping In a compact mass started During the scrimmage among the enthusiasm tionisV first took the poor young off- Â¬ neath it and another oi more recent on a trot for the main herd some half reptiles the monkeys took to the rigging Persons disinclined to have aldermanlr icer Napoleon Bonaparte under his date is over the mantle Smallei like a mile off To his very great aston- Â¬ and stuck there despite all efforts to dis- proportions are warned to let condensed wing he took a great liking and an in- Â¬ nesses are scattered about and stand ishment the doctor now saw the lodge them and the men could not ven milk alcni tense admiration for him and felt upon her writing desk A casket of central and controlling figure that this ture about the crosstrees the result being When the best artificial terrapin stew of sure that he would one day be a great walnut with hinges clasps inscription mass was a poor little calf so newly the gales carried away all the boats is made it i only suitable to throw out man and the Beecher crest He lives twice born as scarcely hampers and spars They finally ai of the window to be able to walk In order to succeed however Barraa who lives well in antique silver con After going 50 or 100 paces Aiioig the fashionable and popular the calf washed away except four which were contains what Mr Beecher agreed to ac- Â¬ laid down believed that he should have money should bo in Â¬ morsels of gastronomy the bullsdisposed themselves captured and resolved to find for him a rich cept as an heirloom for his children The worst passenger was a five foot cluded iiiinine pills in a circle as before and the wolves instead of that public official reception who wife Prunes and rice may be a very nice along on each side of gorilla which was imprisoned in a stout For some reason he pitched upon a by the board of alderman after his re Â¬ their had trotted supper sat down and wooden box lashed near the galley The mess for those who liko It but it should retreating We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe eateji privately woman for the position who though turn from England which Mr Beecher licked their chops again and though top of this the animal forced olf but beSj declined The invitation is enilossed very handsome was no longer youngIn sherry Is is the beet plow made Buy it try it and yon cant deny it We iinso cake saturated though held by a chain he had consider Â¬ in colored let tees on heavy parchment the doctor did not see the finale it befashion- Â¬ She was an actrass known as Mile ing late and the camp distant he had able play and gett ing possession of an one of the standard desserts at also handle the Montansier though she had been mar- Â¬ and is as artistically done as the mimner no doubt that the noble fathers did iron bar he swept the deck so that the able dinner parties A ried and was a widow It is said of of tbe original offer was bungled This years sardine crop Is to be some- Â¬ only way of getting to the forecastle was their whole duty to offspring her that she knew all the arts of the large album with 7 leaves of white andLCWIJed it safely their by the shrouds He wound up by par thing remarkable but the price of the The toilet to perfection and did not look moire silk contains the resolutions of huffalQJf taken whentothfcberd submits tially scalping the negro cook seizing fish is not lowered young If there is not scrapple In the house forty but she was actually sixty years condolence of the city council on the with surprising readiness to the reÂ¬ him by the wool one day and only let- breakfast in well regulated Philadelphia was but 25 but death of Mr Beecher and reached Mrs of age Napoleon ting go after he had been nearly killed families Is straints of captivity omitted Barras selected him for this ladys hus Beecher by the hands of Mayor Whit- Â¬ declares buffalo calves Mr Hornaday with an ax All men were more or lees make excellent ney In memoriam with a crown Philadelphia still keeps np its reputa-Â¬ Which is the best Snlky Plow in the market We have already sold band hurt by the beast and he led them a life I pets palatable but- Â¬ for best Accordingly having notified both of studded with stars begins the vol tune a number of them of terror The museum collection now tionthat themade and most Is ter After Darkness Light upon a his intention praised the wit and ver-Â¬ and is reduced to the gorilla three monkey OLD TECUMP KISSED HER First Bemud a potatoes of the season acity of Mademoiselle to the young of- Â¬ cross twined with passion flowers ends and five parrots and a ball of soap are declared to have ficer he told the lady plainly that it the entire work being done with pen Site Told a Pathetic Story to Get the same flavor she could buy with her wealth a hus- Â¬ and ink in very delicate colorings The Hmrk BEMXMAlfWa rOKEB MTOBT One trouble with tho Imported Wies Â¬ name of Mr Beecher where it occurs is Is the best made we carry a large stock of them band who could give her the high poI A woman recently approached Gen baden preserves Is that they are all too wreathed with lilies was sure to attain sion he Sherman in a railroad car and pulling A Mighty Uncertain Game Even for Oat sweet to be good Mrs Beecher is in good health ard has How far his foresight went one can- Â¬ W ha in Master of the Curd at his coat asked Turkey now goes Into the hard and not ascertain He gave a supper for a beautifully serene face under her lace We carry a large Use of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS I never play cards in earnest said stringy condition and fastidious diners Is this Gen Sherman purpose of introducing them and cap and smooth snowy hair She is in- Â¬ the will soon let it severely alone Yes madam Those who Herrmann the other night arranged that Bonaparte should take terested in everything in the city with COLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and Gen Sherman I felt I must chick Â¬ HAMES COLLARS It i If lieved by epicures the lady to the table and sit beside which Mr Beecher was connected and see you I wanted to lookthatyou and know me wouldnt play with me any ens would appreciate cannedthat corn betÂ¬ at her during that meal enjoining him to I saw her no long time since making the talk with you I had three brothers in how and of course I wouldnt take any ter than the average human being everything necessary to bitch np Also full sets of advantage of those who dont But I remake himself agreeahle for once in his tour of one of Brooklyns big stores at your army in the Fifteenth Corps Is a M Carnot President of France the laying of whose cornerstone Mr member one night not a thousand years life to a lady Two of them will never come back ago that in order to amuse a few very dainty and fastidious diner snd This however was entirely out of Beecher made an address on the day be- Â¬ again fore its final opening iriends I sat down to a quiet little game unless dishes are Just so he will have Napoleons usual line His manners The General straightened up in a of poker You se it was this way I nono of them She is inclined to laugh just a little at with the fair ex were those of a bear minute and his eyes got a little loist Â¬ met tbe friends and was introduced to OF WISDOM SIFTINCS He could talk to men when he had the newspaper statement that she is do- He would have done anything for her an innocent looking youth of the dude ing a great deal of literary work something to say but he had nothing I write for the Domestic Monthly and after that Three brothers in his com Â¬ persuasion whose face was as vacant in Dont cut off your leg to cure your to say to a girl Had lie desired to mand and two killed He sat there and expression as a pound of putty This corus 1 woo he would have done it in rough for an English magazine just as hare talked to her with such courtly digyouth had been bragging of his powers as Any man can carry a revolver Few fashion eaough Hi placa was in the always done and that is all she says nity They want me to try some weeky letthat encouraged a crowd of a poker player and had made the others can use It camp or on the field and in a salon ters but have rot be- women and girls the companions of so tired that they whispered to me to Dont jump too hard when anybody is among flowers and music and charm Â¬ gun for newspapers writeI to please my yet I uaed to the sister of the soldiers take the conceit ont of him just for the boosting you ing women and men of gallantry ha husband but I have very little idea how ed into the car three one would crowd No have fun there was in it I was ready and Â¬ It takes a good liar to catch nthei assuredly was not in his element much I shall do now suspected that his nap had been we sat down people fibbing At that time he desired money be Â¬ spoiled The woman who had awaken In Philadelphia Twins are like troubles they never yond all things and perhaps he did his Qm Animal ed him was young and by no means Bless you no Thsy dont play poker come singly best to be agreeable He did not suc- Â¬ in appearance His color in Philadelphia This was in Well It is a You can drive tacks without using a Soon Barras saw that Zealand srange fact in regard Jo Hew unattractive ceed however endeepened as the train prepared to pull J when we began the game I allowed the pile driver country that lady had her back to Napoleon and tirely lacking theindigenous is almost the youngster to win in order to get him Better play a jews harp well than a was talking to another man one of only mammalsin possessedanimale The out General is it before it it she interested and the better to enjoy the violin badly those gallant Frenchnen who do not arrival of Captain Cook in 1760 says the asked hesitatingly is what rtrue the they say crcns the others dropped out and my Hold up your head even if you are sit recognize the fact that a woman is victim and myself had the table to our- Â¬ ting In the mud author of New Zealand after Fifty about your kissing the women where growing old until she confesses it her- Â¬ Years were the kiore a little dark selves Of course I was to give him you fro Theres no need of buying a typewrit Â¬ self when he being obliged to admit brown rat and two very small bats ever back whatever I won from him that er to write one letter Im afraid it is protests that age is but an added The kiore is now a rare and very shy it We didnt play with was understood Well why do you do it does it Its easy to break your neck trying to charm animal but there are times when it makes please them chips as we had none but made the look over your own head At a distance and in the candle its appearance in vast numbers I dont know whether it does or game a quarter ante and a dollar limit coining Even a King scratches his own nose light mademoiselle was yet lovely nobody knows whence and going nobody not Some of them say it does so that we could use money without when it itches nelp yourself tonfound Napoleon he could not knows whither making any awkward change Every General can can P then she do better muttered Barras as the fu- Â¬ Its a foolish man who doesnt know Three or four years ago such a visita-Â¬ Can I do it she finally time my callow friend won a pot he put enough to fall down when he slips ture Emperor leaned back in his chair tion of rats occurred on tbe west coast stopped the silver and bills in his ocket and blurted out A slow shilling is better than a nimble undisguised yawn with a wide of one of the Islands a countless swarm The General was on his feet in an would chip in the stuff as he needed it sixpence to have in your pocket Tlhy does he not put out his hand for of these little creatures travelled along instant and reaching up she gave him After he had won a respectable pUe I be- Â¬ There Is only one way to be born but the million that might be his the shore for a distance of one hundred a good smack gan to get my work in and by handling are fifty thousand ways to die de- Â¬ and fifty miles all going one way When it became possible he and dealing the cards in my own pecul- Â¬ there and Millionaires are the only people who livered a lecture to his protege all moving as fast as they could Many EARLY way I soon had his pile in a fair way NORSE TELEGRAPHY iar can afford to be mean We call them Napoleon he said wealth means of them died of hunger by the way and to innocuous desuetude Occasionally I Main Street Richmond Ky 35- everything to you I have influence they were all exposed to terrible attacks How the Norwegians Signaled the Ap would let him win just to keep the fun prudent Nobody really hates an egotist except with Mile Montansier offer at once from a rat larger and stronger than themproarh of an Koemy up and I dont know but what I en- Â¬ another egotist Other people are only ana faint heart never won fair lady selves Olaf Searle sat in his office tho other joyed my opponents innocence as much bored She is old enough to be my grand- Â¬ Another New Zealand animal which is day discussing many interesting topics as did my friends But all tilings must Laugh and grow fat If you dont However somewhat peculiar in its habits is the ia his usual interestinmother said Napoleon way says a have an end Finally I cleaned him out to grow Its I do not care for women they are all tuatara a lizard which grows froa3 six writer in a city exchange A card much to his surprise and ordered a bot- Â¬ want as easy fat laugh anyhow as crying and a heap more just alike and money would be worth hav- - inches to a foot in length was iying on his desk on which ap- Â¬ tle My friends couldnt keep it in any comfortable RECORD 227 ing even with an old girl tacked This creature is the very embodiment peared the word Budstikken as the longer It isnt necessary to belong to any par- Â¬ I cant make love to it 111 propose of a negative existence is usually name of a Scandinavian newspaper I say old man said one do you ticular church or to either political BROTHER TO YUBA It 1 2 WHILE RECORD IN FOAL Mademolsselle but Ill say will found clinging motionless to a rack per- Sir Searle was asked what tho word know who youve been playin with party in order to learn how to fish or you marry me1 fectly regardless of drrrmr spray or meant Yes replied my victim calmly how to lie about what you catch He replied Texas It is a Norwe- Â¬ That is a good honest soldiery blinding sun It wants neither food nor gian word 12 K years old at least In Herrman the magician and hes a good Siftings We offer the services of yA00 for the X3Soa of S p at SiWer Creek Madison fashion at least said Barras And drink but is perfectly content to b kept those days when the coasts of Norway player This was somewhat of a sur SHIFTING MILLIONS see she is very handsome still County Kentucky at in a glass case for months or even years were ravaged by pirates the inhabit Â¬ prise all round But I laughed and Napoleon shrugged his shoulders and is very slightly affected by the want ants had to resort to all sorts of de- Â¬ handed him back the money I had won -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING The gold held by tho treasury now but half an hour after this Barras to of air COL- Tvices to warn those at a distance of He wouldnt take it No sir Said 1 amounts to 313il8O0i joy saw the two sitting in a cor- Â¬ his had won it had lie won mine he woud It makes no noise and moves so seldom the approach of these piratical craft Mares kept and tried The national bank depositories now Money due if mare 5 parted with oinerwise when colt U foaled ner togetner He drew his guests and so slowly that many persons have have kept u and under no consideration When one was seen on the horizon away according the two all the priva- Â¬ watched those confined in a glass case for a man went up to the top of a moun- Â¬ would he take it back That was not his hold 532000000 of government money regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Will take The value of property in the United every care to prevent accidents or escapes but wil not be responsible for either cy to be desired at such a delicate a long period and then left them under tain where he lighted a playing poker It was no use beaon firo way ofto juncture the impression that the creatureti were This could be seen for a longdistance for me protest to tell him that I had Kingdom is estimated at 1007 000 000 Yzoo is by Harold slra of Maui S- - 203 aai 2B more 230 performers The banks of New York city loan to Shortly afterward he saw Mademois- Â¬ only stuffed specimens after all Yet the and was known to be a warning deliberately robbed him He was sorry beckoning him with her fan solemn blinking of the golden eyes and When it was seen in the distance an- - 1 that he had got in with a man who did their customers on au average the total stands a 300 elle She was alone the slow palpitation of their leathery other fire was lighted on another hill- - not play a square game but that it was sum of 8400000000 ist dam Yolaade dam of Yuba record 224 while in foal and Yazoo 227 by The net earnings of all the railroads I have sent your Bonaparte for a sides bear slight witness to their sluggish until all over the country fires blazed his lookout He ought to have seen that New York State duriug tho last year BvlTnOTlt stre of Nutwood and tbirty two more in 230 list In glass of wine she said Call him vitality 2BdU from every hill top and the people pre- I lie was being fleeced but as he had been were 851807000 Youe Portia dro of Voltaire record 220 and sire of Bessimere off cant you fleeced and with his eyes open too he I am bored to death to defend themselves pared Claus SpreckeU has already expended 3i3 I Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and si of Minnesota Record 2275 He is the most dreadful little brute CHEMICAL 6UOAR They also hal system of messen Â¬ was not the man to squeal I tell you I over 1000000 on his Philadelphia Childe Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consuela trial 230 V dam of Con and he is going to propose to me didnt think it half so funny sugar refinery gers The man who first sighted the felt mean naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 io foal Voltigeur trial 230 by KaS10ri3 Very well Dont refuse him He The Germans Trying to Produce ArtiO would take an arrow and send it then as I did before But all I could do sail By the decline of Atchison stock New rlal Sujrnr on a Large Scale or say modeno impression on my victim Is to be a very great man yet said From town Englard investors are estimated to have CMef sire of Lady Thorn 2lSJ It is pretty generally known that to his neighbors sent until allto town and with a dignified bow lie left us Barras 3rd dam by Koebuck a pacer lost 840000000 within a year this arrow was were All I can do I said to one of my With my money said Mademois-Â¬ chemists can produce in their labora- Â¬ warned 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred They were rather primitive English syndicate with a capital An friends will be to give this money to of 5000000 Is said to be endeavoring He has worse manners than tory from rags a substance verj simi ways of telegraphing elle The above pedigree shows YfcXOO to be superbly bred to but were so some charitable institution Harold Belmont Mambn any peasant I ever met I should like to lar to sugar and having the same effectual that in the course of purchase lumber lands in Michigan no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious sires twentv Yolande Then I gave the waiter one of the whip him and shut him up in the cellar sweetening properties says tie St In October 1889 Norway knew of the bills four hours of 132 The Germans are approach of all I had won to pay for the wine He railroads show the the earningsincrease Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough- Â¬ for a bad boy Oh how can you make Louis Republican remarkable pirates This system of bred foundation where can you beat it such a dreadful evening for me Why however hard at work trying to pro- Â¬ spreading the news was called bud- Â¬ came back with it and the information of 85000000 over the same time In 1888 Yee sir That Book now open that it was a counterfeit you ask your Napoleon Bonaparte duce artificial sugar on a large scale Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Ky dont The total amount of bonds purchased and the word is extensively guileless youth had wou my good money stikken to meet a few bears They would and although its production for practi- Â¬ used as a name for newspapers in the to date by the Treasury from National and rung in over a hundred dollars worth banks In liquidation cal purposes has not yet been rcnlized S BURNAM have suited each other 43- of deposits is CO old country of paper on me that wasnt worth a cent 86711500 But Napoleon was coming back and considerable advancement has been pound Im pretty good on handling Barras still hoped until turning be made and many steps taken toward New York capitalists aro trying to get Watte in Photography eards but poker is a mighty uncertain saw near him Bonaparte in his favor- Â¬ ultimate success a six months option on coal property on It is estimated Ui at there Js from 40 jame mighty uncertain Herr Emil Fisher has succeeded 000 the Monongahela river The amount ite attitude his arms folded his chin to 500iX worth of nitrate of silver involved U far up In the millions in obtaining true sugar which sunk upon them will undergo alcoholic fcrmeitation and gild used by ihe photographers The St Paul railway company is try- Â¬ Well then what has happened every year in our little city Costly IMno IrathT ing to float 8fi000000 of 4 per cent gold be asked expecting to bear a gloomy when yeast is applied just like ordinary alone and as much more in of Chicago tho great The costliest of all leathers is mortgage bonds This Is the first install- Â¬ sugar There is only one thing want reply of She has accepted me AT HIS- State of Illinois aid L 000 000 worth ment an authorized Issue of S150000 That woman there said Bona- Â¬ ing in this new chemical product of nitratoof silver and gold i a very low known as piano leather and is used 000 of The parte that actress that female mil- Â¬ otherwise it does not differ from the J estimate for the photographers of the solely for covering piano keys The decline lionaire has rejected me before I ask natural product and that is that it is United States to use every year in mak- worlds supply of it comes fromThurin from 125 to 50 in sugar trust acertificates represented shrinkage gia in Germany where a family of of inactive--- it will not rotate a ing their countless millions of photo ed her She has vanity and coaceit optically 830000000 This turn has gone Into enough for twenty that old girL I single beam of polarized light ei4er to graphs At least 500000 of this hard tanners hand down the secret of its the pockets of men who sold the stock t preparation from father to son says the top figures bad just opened my mouth to make the the right or the left money cater 1 had promised to make whet Glycerine that sweet anchor of so earned wasted oould have been saved the Dry Goods Chronicle The skins was thrown away in solushe began without my inquiring of her many lecent inyesjigatioisv ly the that in the washing and fixing these that make it grow upon tho gray deer tions Never Came Back a species found only rn the neighbor- Â¬ to say that she had had many offers ef starting point in the preparation wf millions of photographs Could all of -A LARGE OF- The Germans are given to taking hood of the great northern lakes acrose marriage that she had refused them as the new product is called this waste for the past twerrty frve life rather seriously even their jokes all that she should always refuse them and which must not le confounded years have been saved the enormous They are worth 20 cents a pound when that she should keep her freedom to with saccharine which is not a amount would surprise every one as it just stripped off When thoy come have often a sombre cast Anything remarkable about this f back to us as piano leather the price the last I wa utterly disgusted J sugar and can never take the place of would reach the enormous sum of 19 mountain asked a tourist of a driver aid Napoleon sugar as an article of diet The disÂ¬ 500000 quite enough to retire every has risen from 15 to 18 a pound I answered recently Mademoiselle Mcntansier 1 for coverers of acjepse are sanguine of photographer of America to day with Oot mm No answered the driver there one hope you will persevere in this I making a perfect sngar at no cistant au independent fortune to say nothing A negro boy while walking along is nothing peculiar about the hill excellent intention which 1 leel very day and their work is being watched about the annual interest of this vast sum sura no one will evr try to induce with interest not only by the scientific which certainly would have doubled the tbe street took of his hat and struck Itself hut there is a queer story you to reverse and came away with- Â¬ world but by the industrial and com- Â¬ whole amount that has been wasted in at a wasp that had alighted on a tall connected with it oyer a fenoo The boy What is that out another word mercial world as well the past twenty five years JPhoto- - shrub hanging put on his Jiat turned to a man and A young lady and gentleman went She is utterly detestible Bah ranhlc Ti Ailvcnture said tilth a Tarpon out for a walk on this hill they ascend Let her keep her millions HOTCH POTCH I thought I got flat ar ole wass This town was much excited one afÂ¬ ed higher and higher and never came And so to the indignation of BarÂ¬ ternoon recently owr an encounter Didnt you got him down again ras ended Napoleon Bonapartes first The avprago creditor is a man of wait No sah but 1 which Master 30-r- Wfoeatley had He Dear mo What ever became of 1 love affair Jones thinks his baby t destined to offhishat clapped his handsnatched with a tarpon writes a Tarpon Springs on the them Afterward old Mademoiselle Mon BEST LIRE OF STIVES be a great singer because it can make top of his head squatted howled and The fish was Patti takes They went down on the other tasier used to lxaet that she might Fla correspondent said side have been the Empress of France and fully six feet long Qsrjftrcast his lino We suppose it is the fall of tho year Blame f I didnt git dat olo to this day her grand daughter upon from the whari It was net attached that prevents it from living through the Couldnt Break the Set wasB whose shoulders the histrionic mania to a pole Rnd ths great silver monster winter Rtmeaiber thai Pope is a practical workman in his line fastened onto iL The wharf is nearly A little boy of o went with his mother has fallen repeats the story Jones has some military lodgers Mrs a mile long encircling a bayou Oscar whom she laughingly refers to as roomers to make a call Tho lady of the housev Important to Somnambnllsta and does not nave to employ any nigh priced men to make is quite a frail lad about ten years of war Prolias ileldg Brown at the office of a celebrated wuo was very lond of children told him old Â¬ The fish started seaward drawThe phenomenal yield of corn 266 Doctor I come to ask you sne inenaeo to as K his mother to let his wares he makes them himseli and saves his physician The physician Is above all other men customers bushels on one acre in Marlborough ing Oscar like a cork then back again the one to understand and appreciate the if there is no remedy for somnambulher have him Dont you think that ism county South Carolina by Z J at a 240 gait then again he leaned virtue of patients your mother would let me buy you at least 25 per cent Dont yon see Do you really walk in Bne asKed Doctor Drake and the growing of eighty into the air and tried to tear tho hook There are a great many ups and downs Mo he said you sleep bushels of wheat on one acre by Henry loose and in this way the sport went In this world Tho latter we know of havent got money enough How Yes I have been a somnambulist for much CALL AND F Burton in Utah only show what on for nearly an hour the boy refus Â¬ and the former we hear of HIM would it take she asked two years and It seems to mo it the last ing assistance find bunging on like high cultivation intense farming The difference between English and is getting worse Three hundred dollars he an- can accomplish The largest crop of grim death Finally the greit lish American enterprise ir manifested in the That can be cured Just take this swered promptly and you haven t corn we ever heard of was that of Dr gave up and a man came with i spear fact that wfiiie in Enrlami a man stands prescription to a hardware store and cot that much I think I could Robert Patterson of Halifax N C On to help drag him out but in thi Owing for an office in this country he runs for have it filled nianngeit shesaid if I can fill it more than fifteen acres he averaged the spear into the fish thu blow struck Takes prescription to a hardware you come to me No he said vith You mean v drug gtore dont decision store more than one hundred bushels of the line and the weapon did not stick - The Blggeitt Oysters In the World mamma wouldnt sell mo corn There are thousands of acres in So the fish got away anyhow The biggest edible oysters in the you Doctor There are five of us and I mean precisely what I say This eastern Carolina that are so fertile that world are found at Port Lincoln in mamma wouldnt like to break the prescription calls for a f carpet they would produce we have no doubt South Australia They are as large as tacks Before ratir ng paper two tea set In tte Pant take quite 20 bushels of corn if they oould Under tbe Line laws of Conncticat a dinner plate and the same shape spoonful of tacKs and scatter them on be plowed and worked The soil is so had a plunked an aged citiwn They are sometimes more than a foot the floor of your sleeping apartment Tha Highest Water rower In the World France claims the honor of utilizing 100000 rich and so deep that it would grow with a snowball or had John Honry ad Â¬ across the shell and the oyster fits his Two dollars please Wool the hiuhest water nownr In thn m corn if sowed like wheat If the sun Â¬ vised an elder of the church to oceans off shell so well he does not leave much Plumbiaj Gas and Staam Pitting shine could penetrate to it and It could the perch the results would have ben margin a It is a new sensation when a You must not be without an accord Â¬ At urignono turbine 9 feet 10 aches In uiametor was out in oDeratinn in Fifty bushels are made by so terrifying as to have been remem friend asks you to lunch at Adelaide Pump ion pleated siik Covinjrton Arnold k Bro want kinds of Repairing a Spwi iiaking holes for the corn and no bered every hour in the day for a Ufa to have one oyster Met before you fried sertion and oh underskirt with lace In- Â¬ 1876 utilizing a head of 1638 feet It pumps kept at C T V the prettiest lace yoke 100000 POUNDS OF WOOL is still working and gives a force of plowing in butter or egg and broad crumbs time Co s Co run with narrow ribbon or Y Hlguest Market Price 45- 1500 laorse power Store PROPO MMM MMSmnMM JkT BUFFALOES AS PETS rt4 HeIMlasatau0tol- Mmte - I- T- - Mnkrua lHt LUUKI HUlJot 1 li j 1 But the Finest Line of Hardware Stoves Tinware Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE for Sale FITZPATRICK WC Tte 0 CO Â¬ PLOWS t RASGE Is He Best Steve Bet - Bigr Injun Plow THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Â¬ Â¬ Wagon HARNESS WE HANDLE ALL KINDS O GARDEN 1 FARMING AND Â¬ IMPLEMENTS Â¬ 1 Â¬ We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes TIN ROOFING A SPECALTY Call and see our goods and prices and we will suit you W C FITZPATRICK CO Â¬ IYAZOOl 224 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F T ML HAS JUST RECEIVED POPE Shovels o Â¬ Â¬ MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE SHIPMENT Â¬ Ecsakes Spades Mattocks Plows of aH Kinds UwaMawers PisMng Tackle CNUIG II 1 1 1 IICIIIID Â¬ yir SEE N EXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE IBXftNL SJRAJT8N Business College ly U tei m Mccarty yn m E I HE CLIMAX cdtosiay Tie Not Oar Pailt ICayfMW is Lexington races are in progress cut again after lour weeks Ir Lalor severe illness t 16 now aootu one leal siiiir u urjjan rain two or three times a week For Concerning Farmers particulars of the Parrish sale see column partv will be here next week to ar- Lge ior a oo ooo pottery plant at Waco hhe Smith Ballard election hnan ted Rea 1 in the Third for Coun- Ward is to be con- - the Hors- - column this week for Ipon of Col O II Chenaults 40000 archae ol horses and ot the combinaton He- Complaints from different parts of th county have reached this office ol late that Tub Climax is not regularly received by some of cur patrons The fault is not with this office or the Richmond post office The papers are made up in bundles one or more for each post office as the number of papers going to an office may require and securely wrapped in strong manilia paper We personally compare the papeis in each bundle with our printed hst and see that every subscribers name is printed on the margin of his paper There is no way for the papers to escape from the packages until they reach their destination When a subscriber finds that the Climax bundle has reached his office he may know with absolute certainty that ttis paper came with the others We would be glad if subscribers failing to get their papers would notify us Yoar Eye Puked A Xicholasville special of Thursday tells this mournful story of how an otherwise sensible man did the sucker act to per Keep Â¬ Shelbv Irvine has been elected a Di- tor in IMC rirsl lauunai uiiik iu mi U AtntU C v V l e vacancv II1JC L mc ma hite I T fection Encourage a ho ne in titution by in- oiing vour life in the Kentucky Mutual See ad- Sociity of Georgetown Mr I I hn Bcasley and Miss Marian from the western part I v i bundy nigni ana were a Nxholasvillc th had a jive pound red breakfast on Friday morn- He caught it out of Kentucky River 01 similar ilong with several others nhr A administrator of Dr j r Corneison Mrs Sallie CornelUon will sell publicly in front of the court house next county court dav joa acres of valuable land ly- See ad jn it Big Hill The will of Col R X White deceased His executors are Cir- ha been opened rk W H Miller and Collector A R Burnam The estate is valued at 100- 45000 and is devised to the mother wife and three children of deceas1 This afternoon a well dressed man drove up to the country residence of Mr Foun- Â¬ tain Land one of Jessamines wealthiest citizens and proposed buying his farm offering him f 15000 for the place During the conversation stranger No 2 put in appearance and toid Mr Land and the man who wished to buy the farm that he had a scheme on which by putting up 5000 each he would insure them a hand some profit Stranger Xo jumped at the proposition and induced Mr Land to also put in jooo The three came to town Mr Land going to the bank and drawing 5 000 the amount required Mr Land handed over the money on his way home to the strangers To his great as tonishment he found out that he had been bunkoed out of a small fortune The two strangers left in a buggy for Lexington and of course made good their escape 1 Â¬ ed the- mother receiving the large bui use now occupied by H L White Co Bala of Saorthoras And other Stork On Thursday of next week May 15th Mr J W Embry will have a public sale of live stock including shorthorns an rent his farm See ad t oart Day Bush auctioneer reports small in town and slow court day gener- more than 5 cattle on the market them sold Prices ran Only a few from 34 down 22 cents anged hands at 7 to 140 1 ptvard Teadracy During a recent visit to Clay county Mr D B Shackelford found great evi dence of advance in the price of real es tate A tract of land that he offered some months agoat 0000 is now worth o The chances for one or two rail roads are having a decidedly good effect I Â¬ liaildia Permits generally known that the laws ot Richmond require a permit before any kind of building can be erected within the A number of persons without any limits intention of doing so have violated this ordinance The penalty lor failure to se cure a permit is a heavy one The Citv eer any councilman or the Mayor I tnrnev w ill hand in an applica tion whenever made The fee is one R is not Remarkable Occurence One day last week Dr W B Scott of Ohio came to Richmond with the inten tion of locating in the practice of veteriHe was pleased and rented nary surgery an office bought furniture had his professional card inserted in The Climax or dered cards printed and did many other things in the way of settling down to business We duly noted his having located here and he had several calls from owners of good horses Now comes the singular part of the story Going along the street he meet Dr Charles Hooker of Indiana with w bom he bad spent two years at the On- Â¬ tario Veterinary College They were glad to see each other and neither knew of the oilier presence in Richmond Dr Hooker had been South and merely stopped off here to look at the town and country He spent the night with Dr Scott and talked over tleir college days They also talked about locations and the result was Dr Hooker bought out Dr Scott Now Dr Scott has gone and Dr Hooker is in his place next door to Thh Climax office He has had a number of calls and no doubt will find a paying practice A Â¬ Â¬ practically been under the control of he Mason foard Company S nee the present management has tat en posssesion of the Louisville Southern President Harris states that its earnings have been larger than at any previons time They got possession of the Southern on the night of March 27 For the nvxt two or three days business was practically suspended on account of the cyclone In the first twenty one days of April he gross earnings of the Southern were over 26000 At the same ratio they would be over 40000 for a month of thirty one days The accounts have not yet been made up for the remainder of the month of April This has been done with no Northern connection other than the O M road The company has been unable to handle the business offered to them for the want of motive power and rolling stock They have recently purchased three first class locomotives lrom Rogers locomotive works one of which is now on the South- Â¬ ern and the other two are on their way here These locomotives will enable it to handle more freight and it is expected that the earnings of the road will continue to increase Should there be no increase however and should the above average be maintained it would show a gross earning of 480000 per year Allowing 70 er cent for operating expenses there would remain 150000 to pay the interest on he bonds The local business of the road al Â¬ ways the most profitable is slowly increasing The colored people will establish a tow n on the Southern thirteen miles from Louisville and the company is putting in a switch at their station for their accom- Â¬ modation They are also putting in a switch at large and valuable quarries of building stone near Fisherville Evry new station and switch increases he The Beattyville road which earnings will be over fifty miles in length by he middle of July probably completed by October will soon become a valuable feeder to the Louisville Southern The Louisville Southern is emphatically on the up grade Courier Journal rd Â¬ A Pair of Jacks John Lew low Robinsons noted clown who was here with the circus Friday was with a small show at Big Hill some years ago when the showmen got into a fight with some natives and killed two or three of them He never forgets to hurrah for when he comes to Richmond Big Hill He is a native of Georgia and is an odd genius like Joel Chandler Harris Bill Arp Major Jones and other prodigies that Geor Â¬ gia has produced More Thaa a Cratarr Old Mr lxiwlow told us that the famous k the Climax copied from the clown Happy Jack Lawton was killed vacate an article on an ancient by a train at Heuueison about a year ago ta that place formerly occupied by He was drinking and prevailed upon a As it was being demol- - man to take him across a bridge on a handthe Advocate was desirous of knowing car A train came upon them and both history and asked what Dr were killed Law ton was a native of Mt ew of the matter The Dr says Vernon Ohio When a mere boy he came is father purchased it of the grand- - home with Mr Jonathan T Estill and lived af Gen Fry he of a Mr Hughes with him on his farm in this county About Mr Birney who was the father 1S57 or 5S he went to Cincinnati and of ihe noted G Birney the first Abolition joined a circus For more than thirty years President of the United States he lived a circus life and traveled all round ate The Hob Birney was born in the house the world and time and again all over the and his father Dr Barbour thinks United States Few men were ever known cabin which pr ceded it He by more people than John Lawton commanded a large salary and spent it lavlull hlfction Mr Estill recalls him with great ishly Â¬ 1 Â¬ fr The annual meeting of the Madison Club for the election of officers was held Saturday evening Samuel Bennett was President W S Hume Vice eat French Tipton Secretary for h time J E Greenleaf Treasurer re elected E Tutt Burnam F B Carr June Walker Directors J A Sullivan G W Willis as Directors hold over The welfare of the Club was discussed and it was the unanimous resolve to make a united effort to add in every way possi ble to its attractiveness New names for membership were proposed and increase prosperity will necessarily be the result I pleasure Kolibvd at Noonday Davis a young fanner living at Ed Brookstown in this county came to Rich- Â¬ mond on last Friday and shortly after the circus parade went to the Second National Bank and drew f 50 A few minutes afterwards two strange negroes approached him near Midkiffs shop corner of First He recalled having and Water Streets seen one of them at the bank door as he came out They said they had some mules at the depot that they would like to sell him They started together along Water Street in the direction of the depot but when they got to B Street one of them suggested that they walk a little way up B Street toward Madison Female Insti tute where they would not be observed and they would show him a new trick with cards He told them that he did not know anything about cards but they said it was exceedingly simple and he could understand it He went with them a few steps and one of them showed him six pieces of pasteboard on one of which was marked 50 They proposed that he bet 0 that he could draw from the little pack the marked card they to pay him 50 if he drew- - it and he to pay them 30 if he didnt draw it He remarked that an even bet on six chances to one was not fair be One sides he never bet cm such things oi them seized him while the other presented a pistol and demanded his money Having secured it the negroes separated and ran in opposite directions A colored woman passing sw the rob bers run away and heard Davis remark that he wouldnt treat a dog that way Constable P B Broaddus and Deputy Sheriff L D Maupin were informed and not being able to locate the fellows from the description decided that they must be hangers on of the circus so with Davis Going followed the circus to Winchester from the depot to the circus ground Davis md the robbers and recognized them They were arrested and acknowledged having gotten Davis money but claimed to have won it from him with the little cards which they gave up to the officers They had in their pockets a io bill on the Second National Bank a greenback bill 450 in silver one 50 and two 10 Confederate bills They were returned to Richmond and lodged in jail The circus men said they knew nothing of the fellows and were glad they had been caught Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 The Fair company has changed the 240 class to 233 the 2 3o class to 227 snd added a pacing class with 200 The Bourbon fair stakes closed with 33 entries for yearlings 30 for 2 year olds and 18 for 3 vear olds the largest number reported by any association in the blue grass circuit The Danville trotting association closed with 32 entries for the Clay stakes 22 for the 2 year olds 11 for the 3 year olds nd 7 tor the 4 year olds The annual sale of Runnymede Cold Stream and Loudon yearlings occurrec at Raceland near Paris Monday Seventeen Runnymede colt were sold for 30 25 an average of 1172 and twenty fillies for 19625 an average of 08125 The total sale of fifty head was 59125 an avenge of 1172 The most valuable race ever run was worth 250000 to the winner It took place in Natchez Miss in 1836 and was a match of 2500 bales of cotton a side be tween J F Claybornes Susan Yandeland Walker Thurstons Rodolph It was play or pay and the cotton staked was worth a quarter of a million A few hours previous to the time for the race Rodolph took the big head and Susan Yandel had a wi Ik over for the prize News The explosion of a kerosene lamp set fire to the stable of W C Parker of Newton Mass the other night and but for the prompt action of Mr Parker ind his trainer Mr Rickcr who were ust driving up to the stable 19 head of horse stock would have perished as it was two brood mares and one young stallion were burned The man left in charge vas found asleep and but for the fortunate return of the proprietor would have per shed Stock Farm The following officers have been elected by the Clark County Fair and Trotting Horse Association to serve the ensuing SB A R Sphar President year Ewalt Vice President Jesse Spencer second Vice President II M Jones Secretary F H Jackson Treasurer and the HP following Board of Directors Thomson S A Conn W H Tuclter B G Prewitt R S Scobee Abe Renick 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LA WoodfordW D Judy M HClay fity Primary The city Democratic primary election held on Saturday afternoon resulted as hereinafter set lorth J S Collins was nominated for Mayor J J Brooks in the ward far Councilman over David Myers Sam Rice in the 2nd ward without WM opposition Ballard in the 3rd ward by three votes over V B Smith J W Caperton in the 4th ward without opposition being also the nominee of the Republican party H C Kice for City Judge over James Tevis Mr Smith was in Frankfort occupying his seat in the Leg islature and his ward constituency proba bly thought that a thing not worth asking lor was not worth having Besides Mr Ballard is a popular citizen 1st Â¬ Honorary Directors F P Pendleton no Gen W H Gentry Lexington Chenault Richmond J T Woodford Mt Sterling and J T McMillian Paris In the current isaue of the New York Sportsman appears this letter from an In a recent issue of your Englishman paper appeared an article from Mr John Span in which he took occasion to speak in very complimentary terms of my efforts to make trotting popular here My reasons for writing you now are that several influ- Â¬ ential gentlmen friendly to the sport advise me to procure an able experienced tra ner from the Unted States promising to send their horses to train should I succeed in getting one If you know of a good man thoroughly competent and reliable hat you can recommend he could find proita My track sab bl ecmyloyment here ling etc are first class Col O H Chenault embarked extensivelast wek ly in the running horse business by the purchase of the Spendthrift Stud two stallions twenty three mares and a few ball for 40000 The stallion Spend- Â¬ thrift cost 15000 He is the greatest living son of imported Australian and Aero The first colls of lite by Lexington Spendthrift were sold as yearlings in I SS5 and averaged 2085 since which his j ear lings have averaged higher than any siie in America Out of sixty of Spendthiifts get to face the starter to date twenty seven have been winners The other stallion is imported Burgomaster Among the noted dams of the purchase is imported Kapanga and foal full brcther to Kingston to day the greatest horse at all distances and all weights on the Ameri can turf A horse man speaking of the purchase says This collection of horses is unsurpassed in choice bload lines anywhere on ejrth having been put together by Mr Jas R Keene of New York regardless of price1 Col Chenault has been a successful In fact he has been a handler of horses success in all his undertakings but develop-Â¬ ed a special adaptability for fine horses We expect from him marked results in the breeding of race horses The horses are quartered in Fayette county where they have been for sometime and as Lexington is the center of the horse world we fear that Col Chenault may be attracted thither instead of bringing his horses to Richmond but let us hope that he will not leav his present abode Â¬ Â¬ spoiled and develop a dislike for the check J and it is years before they are cured of the habit of tossing their head If the be- gm r would use a little forethought and check a colt up gradually he would soon find the natural position and avoid future trouble Under such treatment the colt will soon learn to drive pleasantly and speed without pulling One colt likes an overdraw another a side check and so on therefore the driver should endeavor to get a kind that will suit It is never safe to check a colt up until such a point is reached as he will do his work easier and with more determination This is especi ally true of the trotter and road horse Get him where he trots steady and easy alter his feet are balanced and do not try to drive him in 220 the first week Wait patiently and find where he likes his head and what kind of check or bit makes him feel most comfortable In nearly every town an observing man sees horses speed ed up the streets over crosswalks with their heads stuck up in the air as if they were taking astronomical lessons Such a method is not the best way to make a good track horse or even a safe roadster as he has not liberty enough to see his way or what is going on around him Give the horse a little freedom in harness treat him kindly and speak to him when he is doing his work It does not cost anything and it wins his confidence The combination sale of horses by Messrs Waller Bennett and B H Neale took place at the Fair Grounds in the suburbs of Richmond on last Thursday May 1st and was a success The attendance was large and Capt Jack Stewart the auctioneer was in excellent selling humor A band of music and a good dinner added to the interest The owners of the horses the purchasers and prices are as follows Dr Bennetts Brownmont by Almont 310 J P Embry 0 H Chenaults Billy Lumps by Lumps 300 J C Miller M F Arbuckles Hattie L by Hylas 300 R R Burnam Waller Bennetts Hypatia by Hylas 150 W S Hume Arbuckle Bennetts Bellflower by Belmont Soo J K Faulkner J R Gibsons Hurry On by Onward 750 Joe Collins 1 Shelbv Irvines Peavine Jr by Old Peavine 150 O H Chenault R H Covingtons Vandalia by Vatican 200 Newland Jones C D Chenaults Alley Wilkes by Wilkes Boy 510 H C Tiaynor O H Chenaults Catchpenny by Ab dalbrino 230 John Hughes WJ J S Collinss Pauline by Pretender 200 Louis Booker B H Neale Dan Rice by Vatican J T Shackelford 135 B H Neales Ben Dudley by Vatican 295 J T Shackelford B H Neales Van Ella by Vatican 225 J C Miller B II Neales Little Harry by Vatican 85 B C Hagerman Dudley Tribbies Bessie I by Vatican 135 Dr Ramsey Garrard county Steve Turners Pal Sullivan by Vati- Â¬ can 135 J W Herndon Ove Burgins Red Bud by Vatican 100 J R Quisenberry Lexington R P Fox Sons Florence Hood by Vatican 200 R J Quisenberry R P Fox Sons Mollie Fox by Gays Lumber I25R J Quisenberry by R P Fox Sons Nettie P Cashier 160 H H Colyer R P Fox Sons John Gay by Cashier 150 Joe Collins Shelby Millions Dew Drop by Vatican 300 Joe Collins 120 Jim Smiths Clipper by Vatican B H Neale James Smiths Bettie Crooke by Bud Crook 175 R P Fox Jr S L Huguelys Eric H by Mambrino Eric uo R C Boggs John Duncans Silver Heel by Vandal Wilkes 190 B C Potts Wm M Iryirres Buchu by Vatican so J J Embry Wm M Irvines Nympha by Cashier 120 H H Colyer Waller Bennetts Vanity by Vatican 250 Charles Rogers Lexington Waller Bennetts Vermont by Gills Vermont 150 Charles Rogers Waller Bennetts Nancy Wilkes by Count Wilkes 160 II J Bennett Mollie 115 John Shearer Samuel Rices Daisy by Capt Walker Jr 80 B C Potts Williamsons Hambleto Hagennan nian Star by Ultimus 150 R P Fox Jr M B Arbuckles Handy Andy by Col linss Peavine 80 J McCottcn S B Phelpss Crittendon by Critten don 135 J B Embry Nicholas ville W T Griggss Mack grey gelding 160 Newland Jones R C H Covingtons Bridgewater by Vatican So H C Traynor Benson Cobbs Queeney by Old Peavine 175 Tom Gibson Benson Cobbs Kittie C by Vatican 360 T S Moberley J Mc Cottons Pat by Patrick Den- Â¬ mark 175 I S Irvine JBWilliss J D by Pretender 95 W L Arnold 60 J B Williss G D by Pretender H B Dillingham JB Williss Charley Doty by Lord Clifton 105 H B Dillingham J B Williss Fannie Newlon by Farleys Hamblctonian 138 W Crutcher Shelbv Millions Tilda by Peavine 240 Prof Clark Shelby Millions Forest by Peavine Jr 130 Roy C White Taylor Newbys Monon by Belvedere Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Means f Lessenin Injnries dp to Insects - lows aud Pai asite Plants- ENTOMOLOGIST GARMAK liOTANIST AND Smashed Over the Head With a Battle J K Bates of Mt Sterling Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue for the 7th District was struck over the left eye with a pint bottle in the hands of a negro John McGlauffling alias Pimp at a late hour T Saturday night at the corner of First and Irvine Street The wound was an ugly one Bales was taken to the Roberts House and remained until yesterday He lost his watch When Captain pin and money Feeny was notified the case was considered one of assault and robbery but Bates was unable to tell anything about it Feeny was net long in finding both the man and miss ing articles The prisoner was locked up He says that he merely took the things to take care f them Â¬ Aa Ortopenarian Fisherman The venerable gentleman the hero of the appended paragraph from the Stan ford Journal i a native of Madison county and brother of Alexander Triable de Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ceased Mr George W Tribble Sr a citizen of Lincoln county aged eighty three years caught the fishing mania one day last week and concluded to wet his line in Hanging Fork He located himself upon the bank of that well know n fish stream about half a mile from his residence He had not fished long until a fish two feet long and weigh ing eleven pounds was landed Satisfied tie catch he retraced his steps home ward with which grew heavier and heavier every step the old man took Is there an 83 year old man ra the State whoxan beat Mr Tribbies half hour Â¬ Â¬ There should be some one to enlighten the amateur horsemen says the Horse in the proper use of check rein from the fact The Kentucky Midland railroad has of there being a number that have a tend- Â¬ When passed under the control of Messrs II P ency to imitate their neighbors any of these people see a horse hitched Mason and C E Hoge of the Mason Foard Company who have been appoint they go home and try the same plan ed operating agents by the construction frequently checking a colt up as high as company The transfer is an evidence of they can and start in to break him The no railroad deal as the road has already result is that nine out often are partially Â¬ Vetrinary Dentistry and Sterility a Under the head of insecticides I hava fpecislty included substances such as oils soaps OFFICE Next iloor to tLiu vx office 1M tnghim bailalntc Richmond Ky poisons and the like which prevent in sect injury by destroying the insects when applied to their bodies when eaten by Meeting them or which effect the same object by plants obnoxious to insects rendering Kerosene Ordinary kerosene is excellent both as a repellent and as an insect The annual meeting of the Stock destroyer It is especially good for insects holders of the Walnut Meadow Berea such as bark lice and plant lice which have aiil Kg Hill Turnpike Company will be held In Berea Monday May 12th piercing mouth parts and so cannot be at 3 oclock r m poisoned An objection to its use has P D DODGE Pre- It been that it injured foliage It will gen Â¬ erally do this when used pure though some plants it is asserted will endure applications of the pure oil The objection -- OF is now obviated by the use of an emulsion in which condition it may be diluted to any extent with water The formula for Democrat its preparation is the following Disolve one half pound of laundry or The Carlisle and Mt Olivet Railroad On Thursday May 15th 1890 whale oil soap in a gallon of hot water Company lia i applied to the Legisla Â¬ While this is still hot add to it two gal- Â¬ ture for a charter It is logo by way I will offer at public sale about FoKTY -lons of kerosene and then pass the whole of Blue Lick Spriugs and among the Head ok SHOtrraown all ewrded or eligible to record and all right rapidly through a pump returning it to incorporators are Judge Hargis Capt Among them are me splendid milk- Â¬ the vessel whence taken Continue this Din Turney aud Amos Turney The ers and some extra good bull calve bill gives the people of Nicholas the One two yer old BlLI 3 or 4 minutes until it assumes the conPedigrees furoihed on day sistency and color of thick cream It may right to vote 21000 or 25000 to aid iu Hharon day of sale now be bottled and kept until wanted for bml ling the roast will sell SIX At same time use When used this quantity of emul also two VKARLIXG STEERS Tomato Plants rillie- - by Vatican one sion should be mixed with from 9 to 12 filly by Vatican one 1 year-old Five varieties for sale by gallons water according to the character Stallion by Vatican will rent 47 48 L SCHLEGEL of the plant upon which it is to be sprayed about 150 Acres of Blue Grass Land Small quantities of the emulsion may be MM The following most remarkable re- Â¬ lor the remainder of Sale at my residence 3 niiies from prepared by shaking vigorously in a botport was made by the Grand Jury of Richmond ou Barnes Mill pike Sale tle or by the use of an egg beater Bourbon after being in session three to commence at 10 oclock Terms Paris Green This is a bright green days The Grand Jury came Into made known on day of powder which is valued as a pigment and J W EMBRY Court and their Foremen in their pres beside the above is sold also under the ence announced to the Court that they names emerald imperial mitis and had investigated all the matters Schweinfurth green Its properties as an brought before them and had no ininsecticide are due to the presence in it of dictments to return That they had OF- a compound of arsenic It was originally examiued Ihe eouuty j il and Poor tested on the Colrado potato beetle and is house and found both in excellent connow widely sold as a means of stopping dition the injuries of this insect aud for protect- Â¬ The entrance of the C C C St L ing orchards from the codling moth It Ry Rii Four Route Into the city of is a rank poison a fact to be kept in mind Chicago is most beautiful Tbe only in handling it In use it may be mixed A Administratrix of J F Cornelison l U lino II with flour or dust of any kind and then on front For six miles the palatial trains be dusted on the leaves of plants but is of the Bin Four roll along over the Monday June 2nd 1890 more conveniently applied suspended in great six track route with the beauli M pubIicU in front of the c water by spraying ful lake on one Side ami the finest por- - door in Richmond at io oclock t bein The proportion of the powder to be used tion of Chicago on the other No streets County Court day varies with the character of the plant draw bridges or railroad tracks to Young leaves are more liable to be injur am it ed by it than older ones One pound of Paris green may be used in from 150 to Jiwhua Fields a farmer aged ninety in Madison countv The land s a part of six years died unexpectedly of pueu the Newland tract and iies on the Big It must always be 200 gallons of water Hill turnpike about 14 miles from Richstirred while being sprayed upon plants mouia in Bovle county mond The timber consists of a large London Purple London purple also A mau that refuses to look at a cir quantity of the finest oak pine and some owes its virtues as an insecticide to the cus procession would actually want a poplar There is also fine prospects for arsenic in combination which it contains is also a good fairer plan than Ganters magic chick Â¬ coal on the land ItThis land isfairly prop the agriculural farm It is used in the same way as Paris green en cholera is sold on which is no erty of Dr J F Corneiison deceased if suspended in water in the proportion cure no pay Sold by Stockton A Co of one pound of powder to 200 gallons Brooks Richmond Kv Trfmi One third ca h balance in 6 It of water It divides honors with the preand 12 months in equal intaments bear- Mt Sterling is to have the State Odd ing legal interest ceding in eflicency as a protection against This is known to be the best body of Fellows Widows aud Orphans Home the codling moth and has the advantage timber in Madison cou of being cheaper Try Z T Rice A Co 9 Ice cream MRS J F CORNELISON Lime Dusted on the leaves of plants 46- soda x 47 50 liable to be eaten by insects lime is often Covington Arnold A Bro want found useful in gardens It s very com45- 100000 pounds of wool monly used to prevent the gnawing of flea beetles and the striped cucumber beetle HandkrTrhipfs Carbolic Acid In solution this subElegant line of ladies handkerchiefs stance has little value as an insecticide 40- Crooke Bennett AUkmston when used in the small quantities necessary to avoid injury to plants Quite recently Briag Is Wool Prof A J Cook has recommended its use 100000 pounds Market price As Trustee of R J White in combination with land plaster as a pro45-Covington Arnold A Bko undersigned will tection against the plum curculio and says If you spit up phlegm aud are troub Â¬ it is quite as complete a defense as Paris led wiih a hacking cough use Dr J green or London purple He uses one Hi- H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm 40 52 pint of crude carbolic acid mixed with 50 pounds of plaster and throws the mixture WOOL Sell at public sale on over the trees so that it reaches all the We want 100000 pounds of wool for four miles from Rich truit which we will pay the highest market Big Hill pike Gas Lime This is a waste product in price CuviNiiTON Arnold A Bko the manufacture of ordinary illuminating preventive of fungus attacks upon grapes work 45 35 Thoroughbred High Grade gas and may be obtained at gas factories It would seem to have the advantage over Grandma I want to go out to aunt for the trouble of hauling it away It has Bordeaux mixture in not marring the ap- Â¬ plaintively s and stay a whole week Ice cream furni hed in quantities for POLLED ANGUS CATTLE a powerful and sickening ordor but pos- pearance of the fruit The subjoined for remarked a small boy Now do you love families and parties at greatly reduced sesses valuable properties for the destruc One and two years old and a more than you do me Z T Rice A Co rates mula for its prepartion has been published your aunt tion of root infesting insects and worms by Charles Whitehead Esq of England queried the affectionate lady Grandma 45- POLLED ANGU8 BULL One of It is commonly applied to land in the fall 2tt 3 ozs of sulphate of cop- there aint no love in it theyve got little Dissolve the cows is imported Wool Wauted of the year and worked in later By per in or pints of hot water in an earth calves out there He went and staved 5 4 100000 pounds by Covington Arnold spring it has lost its caustic properties enware or iron wooden vessel When nearly until his mother came over from A Bro 45- and is changed largely to lime sulphate cold Colts pints of amonia are added This Scott county and took him home a condition in which it is thought to be a is then mixed with 8S gallons of water Ie your kidneys are inactive you The Richmond Climax mentions that In Eng- and the whole is said to be sufficient for valuable manure in some soils will feel and look wretched even in the old fellow Walton down at Stanford for motit cheerful society and melancholy land it is now very extensively used by sprinkling 2 acres of vines al out 500 Barrels of Corn the presidency of the Kentucky Prea Asou the jolliest occasions Dr J H Me gardeners being considered especially valFlour of sulphur is a common sociation We have no ambition in that Leans Liver and Kidney Balm will iu the crib 500 pounds of Iacon Sulphur of the disease known uable as a preventive and useful remedy for several mildews line whatever and at the nest meeting we set nu right again Oue Dollar per bes ides Shoulder meat as the club root of cabbage 40 52 but when dusted on leaves is liable to be shall turn over the office of secretary with bottle Tobacco This is an excellent remedy blown or washed off again making neces FARMING IMPLEMENTS Ac Fresh bread always ou hand which we have been honored for two for the injuries of plant lice In hot houses I would sug sary frequent applications 45- Z T Rice A Co terms with a decided feeling of relief A it is commonly applied as a vapor tobacco gest that it probably be found to retain all Will also rent some irassLand is Highest market price for 100000 stems mid ribs of leaves being the best its qualities as a fungicide when prepared high private in the rear ranks thereafter Only that pounds of wool in the K P A our position g0f Terms made known on part of the plant to use for burning Hot and applied as has been suggested under and nothing more And we are not going day of sale Covington Arnold A Bro 45 houses or frames may be filled with the insecticides by boiling with lime and to have any elongated calling smoke for a few minutes without ill effect J M Ft STER Trustee Kid Gloves then spraying it upon plants us old either An apology or the ac Â¬ on the growing plants A solution of toPotassium Sulphide liver of sulphur is now your alterBest make of Ladies and M Kid Z E Brsu Auctioneer bacco made by placing stems in hot water One of the best of fungicides but more ceptance of a challenge 47 49 town Every pair and allowing them to remain there over costly than some others It may be bought native Col Tipton There is no monkey Gloves ever iu guaranteed night is also very effective for clearing in quantity for thirty cents a pound A one business about this You must retract Stanford 40- - Crooke Bennett A Urmston fight or be killed on sight plants of aphides and has the advantage per cent solution may be sprayed upon over the other method of using in that it plants without danger of injuring the Journal Burnam A Hume are agents for first can be sprayed Its harm foliage OF was a very amu ing sight not to class insurance companies Try th m It lessness to plants its cheapness and its 33 3i Hyposulphite of Soda This has been say an uuusual oue that occurred dur efficiency make it the best material we strongly recommended as a remedy for the ing the Odd Fellows parade last Fri Croppy suffocations night coughs have for preventing plant lice injury scabbing of apples It is prepared lor day at Lexington in which our four and all the common affections ot the Bordeaux Mixture This preparation spraying by dissolving one pound of the and a half foot jailer Henry Welch throat and lungs quickly relieved by has for some years been employed in EuDr McLeaus Tar Wine Lung soda in ten gallons of water It is inju- and Captain Smith Cook of Shelby BalmJ H 40 52 FOR ropean countries as a preventive of fungus rious to foliage It sells for about six cents county the seven foot Doorkeeper of attacks upon grapes More recently at per pound Â¬ If you want to buy a sulky surrey the Legislature played a very conspic the recommendation of the Department of Copper Sulphate blue vitriolbluestone uous part by marching together in the buggy or carriage call on Donelson Agriculture at Washington it has been While very good for most of the pur parade and which caused the Leader for he has the latest best and cheapest tried with good effect for the same purpose poses for which Bordeaux mixture is used 5- to remark that it was an exemplificaFrom experiments made this compound burns foliage very badly in this country can protion of the tact that Kentucky Ice cream soda water at last summer at this Station I am satisfied and is not so lasting in its effects as a duce many men of many minds as 45 Z T Rice A Cos its value for this purpose it is that besides fungicide It sells in quantities for about well aa of stature I will offer at public sale in front Nicholasville also a valuable protection against the in- eight cents per pound 100000 Poinds of Wool 110 B WTurner of the Court House door in Rich Â¬ Democrat Charlie Wallers Night by Charlie juries from gnawing insects For injury We want 100000 pounds of wool Iron Sulphate copperas green vitriol mond Ky on striped cucumber beetle the flea from the 10 S D Parrish Walker Jr 45- Covington Arnold A Bro This has has been recommended for MATFUMONIALR P McCords Mack by Mambrino beetles on turnips or potatoes the blister certain parasitic fungi but seem to be ex SATURDAY HAY 17th 1890 beetles on potatoes and the like nothing ceedingly damaging to the leaves of Eric 95 Joe Collins Mr James E Evans and Miss Sallie M Between the hours of 10 oclock a Sam Phelps Sr Tom Berry by Abe better can be used Not the least of its plants in any useful strength which I have Williams daughter of Lemuel Williams many valuable properties is the tenacity experimented with Its price in quanti- were married on Saturday evening May m and 6 oclock p m the follow- Â¬ FOR CIBCCIT COCBT CLMK R P Fox Jr Vanmeter 200 Â¬ B O POWELL of Speedwell Is a candi Â¬ ing property to pay the taxes as G W Deatnerages Rosa Bell by the with which it holds to leaves thus making ty should be about three cents per pound 3rd 1890 at the residence of Mr James unnecessary the frequent applications redate or Circuit Court Clerk of Madison sessed against the same for the Brooks horse 185 Rev M Evans of A good fungicide in its Smith at Foxtown Carbolic Acid eounty subject to the acUon of the Demo Â¬ years 1888 and by quired of other materials J B Bi Harvey Chenaults May J first effects but its usefulness is soon gone the Methodist Church wa the minister party Vatican 55 J P Tribble of recipes for its preparation after it has been dried npon leaves and The ceremony wa beautifully said the cratic A number WKITES Harvey Chenaults Belinda have been published That which I have insects are not then deterred by it from bride wa all smile and the groom was John B E J Miller one lot Mr 700 by Posts Hambletonian 95 D W Trib- found useful is the following eating sprayed foliage The crude mater never happier in his life Remaining unclaimed in tbe Post ble Sulphate of copper blue vitriol blue ial is catalouged by dealer at twelve cent COLORED office at Richmond Ky week ending Pair sorrel mares 145 J S Collins stone 8 pounds Lime 10 pounds Wa- per pound or seventy cents per gallon DIED- joo May 6 1890 George Bronston one lot- O H Chenaults Red Birdie Wilkes ter 20 gallons aoo Sallie BiTthe one lot Barnard Charley Lucas Jaa D by John Wilkes 190 F B Crooke 600 Slake the lime in a part of the water Burgovne Breck one lot McCown Vea 3 A Miss Burton died in this countv on Burnam Wm Lucieci Young of tbe United States O H Chenaults Marchester by Chi- dissolve the blue vitriol in another part Frank Barnes 2 jrean 0a May and aged about 18 years Baupner iertrude McHone Sarah Navy who has made himself famous Friday Tone Chenault one lot Parish Sinda Bums John chester 200 C D Chenault when cool pour the blue vitriol solution by his daring exploits aa a seaman has and wa buried at Waco on Saturday 200 Frank Clay one lot Reid Merium Carter Lillie Warren Denniss Witherspoon by into the other stirring meanwhile The 100 James Harri one lot turned Ilia attention in a new direction Richards Jennie Mrs Caroline Turpin wife of Richard Clark Lucy C F Burnam Shawmut 150 200 resulting mixture after standing a short where he is sure to make a lasting rep- Â¬ Marian Irvine one lot iregorv John K Shoemaker E R Turpin died near Union City in Madison O H Chenaults Frank Taylor by time consists of a clear fluid with a blue 200 Henry Irvine one lot UC utation It ia aa an author He haa county on Monday April jSth 1890 aged Hensker Louis VV Simiwon too Green Owens one lot Stacv Florence J Bright Chief 230 C M Shanahan Hutchinson O precipitate consisting of the greater part written 4 book on Simple Elements ot - 100 David Rode one lot about 65 years Buried in Richmond CemHamilton W K Hmyth 8 K Joe Chenauits Joe Chenault by Escort of the lime and copper In using it must Navigation Martha Tribble one lot Todd David col that haa just been pub etery on Wednesday Harris Harriet ioo C D Chenault Robert Walker one lot be kept agitated to keep this precipitate lished by John Wiley A Son of New Terril Daniel Jones Julia George D Whites Katie Ultimus by in suspension When too strong or too Billy Cleary died of consumption in Jones Annie James Willi one lot Turner Lizzie York His object is to simplify and Richmond Ky on Friday May and 100 Ultimus 155 Joe Collins Poet Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p Joe Wells one lot freely sprayed it may burn leaves George D Whites Barney Ultimus by hence the finer the spray used the better elucidate the subject of navigation and 1890 aged about 26 years The remains M Money order and registered letter Charles Yateone lot tbe complicated mathematical formalse J L BAXTER in hours prompt 7 A M to 6 p M Ultimus 135 D W Clark It is only necessary to moisten leaves with aud calculations so that it can be un Â¬ were taken to Lexington for interment Collector J B WILLIS p M 45 4S M B Arbcckle Secretary it to accomplish the purposes for which it derstood by man of limited education the Catholic Cemetery While fighting a Are in the back part is intended Judge Curtis Field died at Eldarado His little volume will be indispensable of the Farmera Hotel at 8omeret - Sulphur Flour of sulphur is a very for all seamen and should come into Spring Mo on Friday May 2nd 1890 Wednesday standing on a ladder tear- useful substance for use against the inju- Â¬ 66 years He was a native of genera use in tbe navy and merchant aged about ing off some weatherboarding Mr rious work of mites such as the red spider Richmond and lived for many year in the marine of the country Lexington brick residence cornet of Third street and Will Bright fell backwards to tbe It is commonly dusted in the leaves of inPrtss ground a distance of ten or twelve feet fested plants It is sometimes recomForest Avenue on the north tide of town He fell on both legs with such force as mended that the fumes be employed for Major A G Morgan Sr and family He was a ton of Curtis Field one of RichJudge Field to break both at the ankle the bones of similar purposes but in my own experi will reach Lexington to day Major monds earliest merchant the left leg being badly splintered He ence it has proved so destructive to plants Morjran baa been living for some years was Judge of the Madison county court W Z THOMSON Secretary JAS E CANTRILL President was promptly taken up and carried when so used that I cannot recommend at Green Cave Springs Florida where He was one of the contestants in the cele- Â¬ Dr C W HARDIN t3n Med Director Db S F GANO home where he received medical atten- Â¬ this manner of applying it If it is de he haa teen running a deligbttul hotel brated Chenault Biggerstaff White and Calls attention to its Lvel Premium Plan of Insurance a years tion Mr Bright was a former resident sired to apply it by spraying or dipping on a small plan He expects to locate Field contest in this county many Policy Prompt and Reliable Iald up insurance given of this county He married a daughter plants into it this may be accomplished in this city permanently which will be ago for the legislature The remain were taucy of life thu providing disability clause in restri of Capt 8 M BooueDanvile Ad- - after fiist preparing it according to a welcome uews to hisownaod his wifes deposited in Richmond cemetery yester excejH for fraud or uou paymeot it preroi Policies aon forteitaWe a I or occuputiuu - many irlentla travel Lexington Press day by the Mason vocate formula given by Mies Ormerod aa folÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ One pound ot flour of sulphur and two pounds of fresh lime are boiled together in fiiir gallons of water Water It is sometimes possible to re lieve plants of insects especially if these be exposed on the leaves by thorough and repeated drenching with water Mites are especially sensitive to its influence Plants are much less sensitive to hot wa ter than insects and may be immersed for a few moment in water heated to 1 200 F By dipping plants infested with mites or aphides in such water the pests can be Pea or beans infested quickly removed with weevils should be immersed for a few moments in water heated to the boil Â¬ ing point PERSONAL PROGRESS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr C D Pattie an 1 wife have returned from Frankfort Mr M N Driggars of Cartersville Ga is in the city Mr Irvine of I ebanon is visiting his son a student at Central University Mr Henry Power of Paris made a business trip to Richmond last week Mrs M T Ragland of Lexington is visiting Prof J B Harris her brother Mr Sidney Harber and wife of Lincoln county are visiting relatives in Madison Miss Minnie B Smith is at heme from II FUNGICIDES the New England Conservatory of Music I have included here preparations which Mrs B M Herndon of Scott county are intended to ward off or in any way put a made a short visit to friends here last stop to the injuries or parasitic fungi The week best of these protect both as fungicides and Mr Thomas Field of Versailles attendinsecticides It is quite important in many Mr ed the funeral of his brother-in-lacases that a preparation intended to avert R X White the injuries of a parasitic plant should be Gen C M Clay left yesterday for Mt obnoxious to insects because these latter by gnawing fruit afford ready access to Vernon Ohio to attend a re union of the fungi and may be responsible for most Mexican veterans of the cases of invasion So commonly are Mrs C W Coleman and Mrs Lizzie Ar the two injuries associated on plums for mel of Toronto Canada are visiting their example that it was a very common be- brother Mr W E Luxon lief at one time that the curculio was the Mr W G Watts proprietor of the cause of the brow n rot of plums Watts House Gallatin Tennessee is Bordeaux Mixture This mixture among his old friends here for a few days stands first in value for preventing rots Jailer Dick Ship of Woodford county and blights of fruit and leaves It has the hero of two wars and a former resi proved especially good for black rot and dent of this county was here on Monday mildews of grapes The formula for pre- Â¬ Mr George C Wells of Missouriis vis paring the mixture which I have used is iting his uncle C T Wells this place presented under the head of insecticides Several others have been found useful of He is a son of Thomas H Wells deceased twenty years ago a well known citizen of which the following may be given 6pounds copper sulphate 3 pounds this place Miss Katie Helm is painting the family lime 22 gallons water Dissolve the copper sulphate in two of Judge WM Becknerof Winchester at quarts of water slake the lime in two her studio in that place eight persons life quarts of water Then add the remaining size on one canvas The idea is a new twenty one gallons of water to the slaked one but skillfully worked out as no doubt it will be will make an exceedingly at lime and pour this into the vessel containing the copper solution rejecting while tractive picture Reporting the Rowland Land nuptials doing so the undissolved lumps of lime Prof Galloway of the Department of Lexington the Press says Thenthe fol Agriculture recommends a mixture made lowing pretty bridesmaids and handsome by dissolving six pounds of copper sul- Â¬ groomsmen marched down the aisles the Miss Mollie phate in sixteen gallons of water and in observed of all observers another vessel slaking four pounds of Muir of Donerail Miss Mollie Fife of lime in six gallons of water then mixing Richmond and Misses Sudie and Arabella Hedges Cynthiana Messrs Wm Clark the two after they are cool These mixtures should always be kept Cy and Stewart Smith of Ind and Louis in wooden copper earthen or lead lined Spears of Nicholasville vessels and if possible all the parts of the pump with which the mixtures come in THIN COLUMN contact while being sprayed should be of brass This matter should be looked to in Hurrah for Big Hill buying a pump for throwing the mixtures Our new neighbor is trying to rival our If ordinary nozzles are used they should old neighbor in his great absence act be cleaned and oiled at once when through Mr Kert Campbell has a flock of frolspraying He has presented The icsome potatoes The copper sulphate sells in quantity Climax with one and it is a howling comfor about eight cents per pound Lime can be obtained anywhere for less than a edy If giraffes were to resort to sore throat cent per pound This latter when first prepared has a caustic property by which it seems to us they would have a colossal it destroys the spores of fungi It loses monopoly in that channel This is in all human probability a chestnut this on exposure and in the mixture seem to act finally as a fixative and preservative Dr H J Bennett was in town or Monfor the more directly useful copper day and said he could not recall any time Poudre Podechard This is Bordeaux within seventy five vears when farmers mixture in the form of a powder It has were so behind with their crops as thev been used in France as a remedy for grape are this season mildew It consists of ordinary lime A fellow walked into a hardware store slaked with a solution of copper sulphate Saturday and pointing up to a lot of small and then passed when dry through a fine tubs on the shelves asked the proprietor seive It may be prepared by the followSay Mister have you got any little tubs ing receipe like them Make a solution of lime by slaking Our neighbor H J Streng down on eleven pounds of lime in two and a half Main Street has involved a number of his gallons of water In another vessel disfriends in suits That is he has sold them solve eleven pounds of copper sulphate in suits of clothes and they are in them five gallons of boiling water When cold deep or the summer mix the two and with the mixture slake two A friend of the Climax writes from the hundred and twenty pounds of lime placed I took a hand scoop on hard ground or in a wooden box W hen lower Susquehanna net the other day went over on the tow the lime is slaked and dry pass it through path and caught about one hundred fish a fine seive and store for use tine sport but if Eau Celeste This is much used by the in fifteen minutes It is you keep it up very long it will get like vine growers of France and Italy as a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ important in this age of vast material progress that a remedy be pleasing to tbe taste and to tbe eye easily taken acceptable to tbe stomach anu Deaitny iu its nature and effects Possessing these qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known Tbe betrothal of Miss Jennie Hen drick of this city and Mr Chapman Coleman first Secretary of the Ameri can Legation at Berlin and grandson of the late Senator John J Crittenden is aunouueea Mr Coleman will re-Â¬ turn to America in June when the wedding will take place Frankfort Roundabout On Friday Jas F Winn in behalf of the State and by directiou of Attorney General Hardin instituted suit iu the Circuit Court against W D Rish I C Skinner J H W Spohu and Jas Donohue members of the City Council for usurpation of office Winchester It is very NEW ADVERTISEMENTS QHA8 HOOKER VE TSRISA Rr S URGE OS GRADC ATE ONT VET COLLEGE 3 Sk Â¬ PUBLIC SALE SHORTHORN CATTLE three-year-ol- d er Â¬ 041 Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Real Estate 7 of d la E km MM Â¬ Â¬ Public Sale nitm Â¬ Â¬ 1 Isuis Mars d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ U Â¬ Â¬ Collectors Sale Â¬ Â¬ CITY LOTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TAXES Â¬ 1 Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ 1- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Organized 1874 Assets 5675040 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 THE ABUSE O HOR8E8 Tfce Noblnt of the Brute BM Oftsm ttM Wo st AbaH B7 One of tho stramre tiujrs we men with in this world is the rockl Usually a man will be of the horse careful with his own property especi- Â¬ ally if it is of delicate structure But the bone is often stabled and fed wholly in the direction of his injury Stables are badly ventilated many of The food in them arc not kept clean ism mis ml ii LONG LIVED FRIENDS PERSONAL PAflAOriAPHeC The late dowager flmpreu of Germusas left a fortune of 70O00w marks Belva A Lockwood has announced that she will again run for President te stow Intci manlaire Affect tho Ufa east feaccess of Quakers It is quite true that many Friends live long says th London Hospital It is equally true that certain circum Great Boom Announcement T- Â¬ of cases is wholly corn and I ay But corn is the moon- the world for the horse needs strength pood bone and ssaacle and corn does not contain the eleni ika them Besides that corn is very heating and keeps tho blood too hot- - liut in tho matter of there is frequently very little Ifadgmcnt ased in the use ojf the horse There is something to do just so much work perhaps which we desire to per- Â¬ form in so mmy hours and although it nay bo at tLo very beginning of tho spring work when the horse is unused n he is pushed through to gr itbe work we have allotted to him re jrardiess of its effect upon the animal The horse Is load to draw expected to draw it if be can Tho kg stances in their history militate against long life Among these Utter intermarriage is perhaps the most im portant of alL The followers of George Fox have never been very numerous but until late years they have been oxtremely exclusive The inevitable result of that has been ex- Â¬ tensive intermarriage throughout the The consequences whole community of the frequency of intermarriage have been and are still very evident Quakers as a class are not muscular ly robust many of them are decidedly anaemic and not a few are mentally in spite of these practices and serious di aw backs tbe Frjends as a class do more than their proportion of the worlds serious business and they manage to attain a high average Now this is exactly the of longevity kind of fact that true medical science likes to get hold of and interrogate and What is the reason asks learn from the sensible man why the Quakers vith so many undoubted disadvantages attain such a high average of success in all that constitutes worthy life and also succeed in enjoying their s te an exceptionally old age The rea son we are con v in cod is to be found in their quiet habits and disciplined life An ordinary doctor or even layman wouid probably have felt much more interest in the subject at that point if we would have been able to affirm that the Quakers owed their success and long life to certain drugs as for example to arst sic phosphorus strychnia and the like or to certain methods of feeding as- Vegetarianism or meat eating or fruit eating or wine drinking or teet Hal ism or smoking and so on But we submit that that shows a want of real mental capacity For what after all is the true importance of the subject Ioes It not consist in the undoubted character of the results The results are really the things to be considered As a matter of fact the Quakers are successful in life As a matter of fact they do live long Then surely true science will not curl the lip of scorn rwwwuse these results are obtained by what may be called natural and sim ple processes instead of by elaborate preparations or meth- Â¬ Â¬ - President Dwight of Yale is said to know more Latin and Greek tha father The late Dr Charles Mackay of Eng-Â¬ land was a bitter opponent of the North his 1892 A son of UMTS AHEAD Ml FILLED WITH BRIGHT CLOTHING WALLACE B0GGS -- feeble Yet the animal never occur to some people f sueh use and manage Thment arose upon every side Horses become sick from bad stabling and bad smflimg-They become ringboned for rinlTK- as one writer says is often lent efforts tho antmal loans to the voice of the driver w ig a heavy load np some sharp ascent Tho entire force Is them thrown upon the bones of the pastern inflammation ensues lymph Is effused the lymph becomes cartilage and the cartilage is converted into bone Then an exostosis is established and a rinpbono is the consequence The disease may implicate oW or more bones it may Involve one or more Joints it may also be confined to one bone it may be either partial or com- Â¬ plete It may exist as a slight enlarge Â¬ ment in front of tho bono or it may quite encircle It Ringbone does incapacitate the ani Â¬ mal for many uses besides interfering with the free employment of the muscular energy no persuasion or bru can induce a maimed animal to I 11 weight upon a disoaied liab The pace may be quickened by will neverthe sh but H less continue to hop when th affected reflect fhit heir uadruped is the ut who being property of th own property would u iuIJ destroy chairs n be ough such tbin and I I lily confined as mend road send the mind of man as a reasonable idea that to de Â¬ face a liing image to destroy the property which is present in the animal deserves more arj mildest of punishments Western Rural mankind therefore fellow-la-ThafH Â¬ Â¬ earth ay ods SHAKING HANDS hfl The Latest English Style as Adopted New Tork Anglmruwlacs A GOOD Ih IDEA flow A IlKTT and It Corn Crib CoaaMaed or if an in Constructed with a perspective view a small piggery with corn- The structure Fig 1 is one feet in size twelve doping to six feet in - may be covered by as in the engraving 1 by horizontal siding nd used as a corn narrow boards with intcrtices in width to permit free -- I Ban TIVE I VIEW OF PICQEBY ole is covered with rial roof of shingles or other id plan is shown in Fig 2 wholly distinct sets rts Tbe middle section con- Â¬ futed by a parti p a door by opening which may be thrown into nd has a feed-ing-ough projecting into the far enough to obviato the neoes- lifting the swill over the side of -- The new fashion of shaking hands is absurd says the Brooklyn Eagle but it has been adopted and it will be some years before society is emancipated from its grotesque influence 1 he old fashion of shaking hands was good enough and simple enough but the universal desire for a change has abolished it Formerly when two people met their arms swung forward naturally their hands met and the arms dropped back in place The mere act of shaking hands was as natural as that of taking a seat or lifting a book It is far different now The whole ceremony is instinct with deep thought A man and and careful elaboration a woman meet and both burst into a smile of welcome Then the woman swings her right arm which is per rigid straight out from the shoulder and directly in front of her When the band has reached the height of her chin she holds it there with the thumb toward the face and the palm turned slightly outward The man who has been approaching her gently takes hold of the hand a good deal as one might grasp the rung of a ladder He bows slightly as though intending to pret s his lips to the ladys hand and then lets go abruptly and drops his hand to his side Then the woman drops her stiffened arm and the ceremony is over This is English It first appeared in Punch about six years ago and it has since then been exten- copied in British society Its full adoption in New York occurred at the McAllister ball where the society ladies received the 1400 guests in pre cisely this fashion during the evening Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ during our late cival war The only Territorial delegate In Con Â¬ gress who was born In his own Territory is Antonio Joseph of New Mexico Eider Haggardhas abandoned his tour in Persia on account of the cholera out- Â¬ break and will visit Athens instead Boston is already reckoning on having the President attend the Grand Army of the Republic reunion there in August Alphonso Daudet contemplates a trip Daudet has a largo to this country clientele in this country and would bo warmly welcomed The oldest Democratic member of the House of Representatives Is General Francis B Spinola of New York Ho is sixty eight years of age Tho Pope has changed his habits lie now devotes the time between half past 5 and 10 at night to the ardent perusal of newspapers of all nations IvMeissionler the famous artist has lost his ambition since his recent marriage He paints only at Intervals and spends a great deal of time smoking reading and tnnslng James Jeffrey Roche of the Boston Pilot has been elected president of the Papyrus club of Boston Mr Roche has been secretary of that organization for five successive years Jacob H Sehlff of New York has just made a gift of 10000 to Harvard tnlversity for the establishment of a museum for the study of the literature history and remains of the Semitic peoples the British Sir Julian Pauncefote Is studying minister at Washington Until he left American literature England he paid little atteution to our men of letters but now he Is going over the ground thoroughly The two confirmed bachelors of the diplomatic corps at Washington are the French minister M Theodore Kotistan and the Chevalier von Tavcra the Aus- Â¬ trian minister M Ronstan is fond of society but Von Tavera I a recluse Rev John Jasper of Richmond Va has delivered his celebrated sermon De Mr Jasper Sun Do Move 175 times In 1840 was born a slave fa Virginia He soon became he began to preach famous and his masteT received 1 per day from those who engaged Jasper as a preat her At the end of the war Jasper owned 73 cents and was in debt12 He is now worth several thousand dollars Archdeacon Farrar when delivering the prizes to the snecessful boys of the United Westminster Endowed Schools referred to the teaching of the life of Robert Browning whom he had the Browning he said honor of knowing believed In the soul and was very sure of God The most remarkable lesson his life taught was that ever in lifes deepest tragedies and apparent failures he believed in hope The Prince of Wales has been forced greatly to abate his smoking for the gastritis with which he has been threat Â¬ ened was doubtless partly due to the excessive use of cigarettes and also of those immense cigars In which he used to de Â¬ light and which are as full flavored as they are large That he should cease smoking altogether is tbe desire of his medical advisers and doubtless it will come to that eventnally but Albert Ed waad could not bring himself to drop the habit altogether and at once so he is weaning himself frov It by degrees King Humbert has a great predilection for going out in wet weather As soon as tho rain appears he orders his horse and off he sets with one of his The other day there was a perfect deluge so tho Queen thinking to do a kind action sent a close carriage to meet her husband but the King a 9o0p as he perceived the carriage gave a disdainful look and spurred his horse on to the Quirinal to the astonishment of the poor grooms who had opened the carriage ready for the Kinc The public who witnessed this scene cheered King Humbert heartily Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DEALERS IN- - BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS -- AND --tf FUMISHIKG -- Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better gootfc at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the SPUING AND STTMMER SEASON justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of or desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and FOR THE- - GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and mI GOODS IT E Yes were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all IS GOOD It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our Spring and Summer Stock Weentered tbe market to signalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in the history of all openings We have succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now coming in and are being placed on the shelves We can now show you the la gest selection of Latest Styles Youre COME Geilk and SEE US HI COME 11 REMEMBER Just as Welcome as In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We would call special attention and recommend them to the trade Our line of LADIES 3 SHOES in all styles made especially for us by Zetoler Bros Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a 2 and 250 LADIES SHOE we have alded to this line which for style and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of LADIES SHOES COVINGTON 220 W Sftf WHETHER LOOK 01 III I Iain MITCHELL Street Near Hotel Glyndon MENS AND BOYS SHOES Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to 7 This is tbe best line you can get anywhere Olive us a call before buying elsewhere and be convinced We would also make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES CHILDRENS AND INFANTS SHOES in great abundance sud your interests will be guarded in buying them from js Our stuck of i Our Spring Styles Are ITow Heady Are the prettiest you ever saw and be satisfied this i the place LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS If you are not ready to buy call and examine An immense stock of Your Careful Inspection Is Requested Work Shoes Brograns and Plow Shoes In fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped OUR HAT STOCK IS COMPLETE Consisting of Stetsons Soft and Spring Styles of KNOX Stiff Hals have recently been received they are dandies See what style columns of New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which we havnt space to mention only briefly you can get Latindred Uulaumired and Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffn Socks Handkercuiefe Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention GROOKE BENNETT I URMSTON DRY GOODS AND We now Bid you Come and See our Attractive Goods ataf Attractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness Attractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all MERCHANT TAILORING THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE WALLACE SUCCESSOR TO WALLACE A RICE BOGGS 44- - FIELD OF FEMININE ACTIVITY Â¬ - l sm tv a JEWELRY AND SILVRBWARS Eti hod assstlM with th csqtcis in rs liof form a pretty dercrallon tot coffee Service box of oj en l X 2 FlO - TUAX or PIGOEKT Â¬ The inside of each may be furnished Bs if ile ired In the I yard is a gate giving in gress and egress The entire arrango tnent is snug cheep and convenient American Agriculturist Â¬ the pen The rear portion of each com partment is separated by a partition six inches high By this means - kept dily clean The two doors opening into tho yards in tho rear are hung at tho bottom and can be let down so that the tops rest in the yard Each one thus becomes a platform connecting the pen with the yard Â¬ ON THE IIow Boys GRINDSTONE Get Trtd to Rid of Thslr Â¬ tbe Wind Take a polished metal serface of two feet or more with a straight edge a large handsaw will answer the purpose Take a windy day for the experiment whether hot or cold clear or cloudy only let it not bo in murky rainy weather Hold your metallic surface at right angles to the direction of the wind L e if the wind is north hold your surface east and west but instead of holding it vertical incline it about 42 degrees to the horizon so that the wind striking glances and flows over the edge as the water flows over a Now sight carefully along the dam edge some minutes at a sharply defined object and you will see the wind pouring over the edge in graceful curves Make your observations carefully and Washingtons Punctuality Washington lad jnacw admirable you will hardly ever fail in the experi Â¬ traits worthy of Imitation and one ment the results are even better if the of them was rigid punctuality Th ran i obscured well illustrated by an incident daring his visit to Boston one hundred of unprofessional advice and rers ago Having appointed eight boIiewarsof hnlepeudent home dosing chary clock in the moraii g as Xhe hour at wnich he should set out fox Salem he Here is quinine a medicine of wondercounted bis horse just as the Old ful usefulness etas of the most indis pensable of drugs But look out for it ouu clock was -- trlli tjhat hour TUo Too much of rt knocks the patient silly wapany of cavalry ng was to es Â¬ cort Lira did not arri as htehafter his de Who shall say bw many of the suicides till ported lately of people with the la nd did no a overtake him till- pippe cams from ovtrdoow of qmniae vhodCha fa river bridge very likely eh prescrihsd Â¬ A hundred years ago or more it was customary in some parts of New En gland for men and boys to wear trousers made of leather 6ays the Youths Com- Â¬ panion The historian of the town of I Me remarks that such garments were not altogether satisfactory for the rather curious reason that they lasted too long We remember hearing a matron of the olden times tell a 6tory of tho two boys one of their neighbors They had lagged of their mother that they might lay aside their leather trousers and have a pair made of domestic cloth but all their entreaties were in vain She would give them no other encourage Â¬ ment than to promise that when th leather was worn out they should have a pair of homespun mi for a long time the vex- lding garments which mised to be as lasting as the raiment n the wilderness iled the boys and r aid They took Trindstone One sat upon it aer turned the crank In Imagination they saw themsrl ves already thed in the long desired homespun But alas their hopes were suddenly blasted All at once their father came nd the corner of the barn and discov- lius employed They had wear the leather for how much - historian is uiuble to say Delicate and attractive is a bin bit Istuiasia in fold whh cl ssws tite cmateats te be teas ftom the exterior of the box Cat tails entwined with stafWl si var- gold ceastltata sscfati that slews the result of aiti tic ao r anl skilled workmanship An oxidized silver horse shc nail twisted into a knot In tho eentor of which rests a tourmaline within Lrlghl gold claws forms a unijue staff pia Three balls the emblem of the pawn- Â¬ broker each of different colored gold form a scarf pin that will command at tent ion from lovers of the unique Tlic pieces of a tea service produced Mostly are ornamented around the top with a band of etchings while Dm remainder Is but a series of deep indentations An exceedingly pretty scarf pin repre- bright gold wind mill with a platinum band around the roof and with the sails studded alternately with diamonds and rubies Ragged edges and ancient locks make the most recent fruit dish conspicuous Two apples on a branch with leaves relief from the bottom of the gilt Interior of the dish Gold and platinum leaves resting around the edge of a comma of alternate diamonds and sapphires with variegated gold pansles make a hairpin that can not fail to be received with favor Moonstone cuff links representing ordinry inotlier-of-peashirt buttons are an innovation Jold threads crossing the buttons their ends being inserted In the four holes usually seen in buttons add to the effect A moonstone cupid bowing roguishly In the curve of a crescent of brilliant deserves more than passing notice as a lacepin Around the throat of the little god a necklace of rose diamonds and small rubies is shown terminating In a star of simitar stones Somewhat massive yet very artistic is an elaborate silver cake dish of Amer ican workmanship Three hippopotami plunging among tall water grasses and held under control by a small figure rep- Â¬ resenting an Egyptian boy constitute the group at one end of the piece The dish proper is formed in imitation of a Red sea fishing boat Â¬ Â¬ rl Â¬ Fourteen of Iowas fount y school superintendents arc now women All these are elected for a term which does 18 and 20 North Upper Street Opposite Court House not expire until 1892 Four of them are SUCCESSORS TO C E SMITH hold overs from former terms 3E3 3Z 3ST 3KB An associated charities organization Corner Main and First Streets S has been formed In Richmond Ind for the systematic relief of the poor of that city The organization which is com- Â¬ KY For the second time this season we arn now making the grandest display of Successors to Hagan posed entirely of women has elected Chenault Mrs Dr Harold president and Miss special ueigus in rann xjresa ioveiues ever suowu in central iveulucky Anna M Starr secretary Second Street next to old It seems that the women of Italy are A VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK OF Garnett House following In the lead of the women of In all the new colorings now so popular with fashionable people Paris and A society America and England for London PATTERN SUITS mutual assistance among women in are the very latest European exquisite in rich shadings and no two alike These NEW GROCERIES Combinations and cannot be found elsewhere Rome has been started It Is named Adelaide Carroll after tne patriotic PLAIN AND FIGURED CHINA SILKS PRINTED INDIA SILK3 woman who made such great sacrifices LOW PRICES AND- BLACK AND COLORED FAILLE FRANCAISE for the independence of her beloved BLACK AND COLORED PEAU DE SOIE Italy CAREFUL ATTENTION COLORED AND BLACK SURAH SILKS There are now eighteen women physi- Â¬ BLACK VENETIAN 8ILKS cians in Detroit all encaged in active Colored Dress Goods in endless varieties Henriettas in every AND THE BEST GOODS Eleven of them studied med- Â¬ made Serge Whip Cords Broad Cloths Mohair and Brillianteens shade now practice icine at the University of Michigan the rest coming from other States Among the group are Dr Harriet A Gerry the first woman who practiced in the State and Dr Lucy M Arnold the first woman The meet complete in all tbe New Weaves of Lupins Famous Fabrics Our Compounded at all hours by an physician to hang out her shingle in Silk Warp Henriettas have no equal DKAPERY NETS are more desirable Detroit this season than ever before We have the largest variety to select from of anv Give us a trial All we experienced PHARMACIST and The Womens University club 1s a new house in tbe city JOUVINS GENUINE KID GLOVES 4 to 24 buttons out of the finest Drugs the markorganization in New York city to which length all new and fashionable colors for this season The Mothers Friend want is for you to come and see us ets afford none but graduates from the standard and Star Shirt Waists ior Boys and Girls the best ever made for we know youll colleges are to be admitted The ob-Â¬ lug Special attention given to Street jects are social literary and education- Â¬ A largo room In Barnard college and Bridal Outfits al will serve for the present as library and club room though the club expects to possess quarters of its own in the near 42 50 Lexington Kentucky A About twenty five members are future We have the goods and the prices Miss Helen Dawes Brown act Â¬ enrolled ing as pscsident You have the money You wani Through the columns of a British re- Â¬ THE FINEST LINE OF the goods and we want the money view Miss Clemtinin Black the English writer has been championing the cause of It is easy to make a trade when the oppressed working women of Eng- Â¬ hoth parties are willing Miss Black thinks that the land trouble can only be relieved by the or Â¬ ganization of trades unions and protec- Â¬ IN THE CITY tive societies among women workers Come and See Us She shows on what small sums factory I have purchased the property of the girls are forced to exist and urges co- Â¬ said Company and will keep on baud The Oldest and Strongest American 42- Companies operation as the remedy rather than all of the bext varieties of POWERS HAGAN charity which helps some at the expense NORTH AMERICA of all Berkley Guthrie Watson NEW FIRM Powefsy J HAQAN ap palolto i X KENTUCKY CENTRAL Bi L I LVL TO BLUE GRASS ROUTE HLBNTTJOBLY J E RICHMOND DRUGS By Whip 227i by Electioneer sire Shortest and Quickest Route from of Sunol M0 at 3 year old tral Kentucky to All Points s 1st dam dam of Peruvian Bitters 23 East West and Sourh by Tliormlale 222 by Alexanders Ab- dallah dam Dolly dam of Onward 225 Director 2 17 FAST LINE BETWEEN 2d dam Rosalind 221 J by Alexanders M 3d CHEMICALS BLACK DRESS C3 OOIDS WATSON Tie Mam ts Morfl PRESCRIPTIONS Â¬ ATFCIISrO Srhwlale ih Will make the season of 1890 at my stable on the Fair Grounds at 25 to Insure mare in foal unless mare is sooner parted witb at which tirLe SOUTH BOfN money will be due WARLOCK is a beautiful mahog Lve Cincinnati any bay two white feet and small star Lvr 4ovlnitoii Lve KaJinontli and snip 15 hands 3 Inches high well Le Iy lit liia uu formed excellent disposition and pure Arr Paris gaited and can show quarters in 37 Arr LeilUKton Lve faris seconds Winchester Mares kept and tried regularly on Arr Rictiitmmt Arr grass at 10 cents a day grain fed if de- Â¬ Arr Lancaster sired at reasonable rates Will take Arr Stanford Richmond every care to prevent accidents or es- Lve Bereacapes but will not be responsible should Arr Livingston Arr any occur MT Twill break and handle horses Â¬ Â¬ 221 Abdullah dam Burch mare dam of Rosalind Lexington Cincinnati17th 1889 Daily 800 p m 809 p m 917 pm 1000 p m - Effort N No 2 Ex Sun 8 10 8 18 4 am am am am 1037 1110 1300 1120 1205 am pm 140 pm 455 P 530 pm pm a 15s pm yao pal BERKLEY GUTHRIE Come Again for speed -- SCHOOL BOOKS Specialty -- 5 H C TRAYNOR NORTH BOUND Ei8odBi8ub No 5 No I Daily JESSE COBB smmsssssss mohcmoitd INSURANCE COAL CO BURNAM HUME JHJS Fine ss Stationery 39 29 Hagan Lve Livingston- - 800 am Lve Ken a 102s am 1145 am Lve MtaiifiKU 700 am Lve Lancaster 74 aa ArrRiclimond asms ass Lve Richmond io p Arr Winchester aao pm ait rww Lve Lexington 205 pm 700 e 5 pm 853 Lve ynthiana 823 ve Falmouth 412 pm 913 Arr Covington 540 pm 1035 Arr Arr Richmond 1 rt Cincinnati 350 pm 1045 am 345 pm am 421pm am 444 pm am 526 pm am am 638pm 6pm 11 This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the season of 1800 at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington 4 How to See Pretty Railroad Coadaetor A few days ago I was going out from Denver Colo on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad said a veteran conduc- Â¬ tor to a Memphis Appeal reporter When I was thrown in company with a lady who opened my eyes conductor as I was She was a x tite brunette who had the vim and manner of what I would term a manly woman not impulsive and given by nature to manhoods ways This lady was a conductor on a branch train tapping our line and she was the first female I ever knew acting in that capacity But you must not think she was at aD slow in meeting all demand for while she had her range and could go just so far to that extent she did her work She collected fares and punchsuperbly ed tickets like a man but when it came to putting some fellow off because of mil failure to comply with tho requirements of the railroad company it was her custom to call on a man to do tho work The brakeman ou the train wai usually present to obey her commands bat 1 have known caes where passengers were called on to put other passengers off tbe A Â¬ CONNECTICUT The yard is easy of access Persons PENNSYLVANIA desiring to haul their own coal will uot have to cross tbe railroad NIAGARA I respectfully request a liberal patGERMANIA ronage of the citizens of both county and city MERCHANTS 13- T 8 BRONSTON Â¬ COAL S15 TO INSURE SPRINGFIELD Carriages DINING ROOM NEW BUGGIES NEW PLLET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Hunk BURNAM NB Dont fonret our office is at the HUME 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 Â¬ NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wont g home without one 5 JOHN DONELSON Tobacco Barns Country Stores and Milling properly specialties 33 82 B AH THE FINEST ON EARTH train OS Days Even for a Watch Watchers are funny things Do you know that there are times when a I have watch will not run regularly heard railway engineers say that locomotives are much the same way says a writer in tho Philadelphia Item When a vatch has one of these irregu lar spells it is almost impossible to make it go Many a watch is ruined too at times when carelessness is the Some men will wind a prime cause watch too close and then If it refuses to run shake it until everything is out A large per cent of the reof place pairing done is brought about by persons who do not know how to take care Â¬ City Lots forSale Dayton The Cincinnati Hamilton Hobbles like the above to be had at R R is the only Due running Pull mans Perfected Safety Vest i billed Chair Parlor Sleeping W C GORMLEY COS Trains with Car service between Cin snd Dining 42- cinnati Indianapolis and Chicago and i the Only Line riiiinim Through Reclining Chair Cars between Cincinnati Keokuk and Springfield Illinois For e Our Bakery Sal Urmston we will Â¬ Two Story Frame Residence As Agents for T E Is turning out FRESH BREAD CAKES and everything else that can be made in a bakery And the Only Direct Line Canada The road is one of the oldest in the State of Ohio and the only line entering Cincinnati over twenty five miles of double track and from its past record cac more than assure its patrons speed comfort and safety Tickets on sale everywhere and see that they read C H 0 either in or out of Ciuciunati Indianapolis or Toledo E O McCORMICK General Passenger and Ticket Agent Â¬ Between Cincinnati Dayton Lima Toledo Detroit the Lake Regions and On THURSDAY Hay 15 1890 Â¬ Fresh Bread Furnished in any auantitv on shnrf Â¬ Â¬ I have a few lots on Fifth Street ready for sale These lots are beautifully located oil high and gently roll InK ground and are considered by ev erybody as being the best located of any in the city for residences Persons who wish to build nice houses will do well to examine theee lots I will only place a few on the market at present I have a plot of tbe ground at Dr Poyntzs office Â¬ of a watch 40- - T 8 BRONSTON 42 41 At 2 oclock p Msell his two story frame notice An experienced BAKER residence on Smith Ballard Street This who has done fifteen years of seris one of the best located and best appointed residences in the city The house vice and knows precisely what to is new and in perfect order contains do and how to do it Family rooms hall above and hall below bath room good cellar and splendid cistern orders a specialty There is also a good stable and carriage A full hue of Fruts and house on the premises This house must Candies Canned goods a specialty be seen and examined to be fully appreciated We will take pleasure in showing the property to parties wishing to inspect T RICE CO it BROOKS CHENAULT Real Estate Agents 48 43 42 40 Lexington 700 am UOBB is 15 hands high Paris 800 am 5 45 P chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to Arr Mtllermbiirg 827 a m 612 pm Carlisle 1200 pounds fine action and is a model 851 a m 636 pm Johnson 923 am TIP P saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st BUysvllle 810 p m fozas am dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric S No sire of dam of Georgette Jig and Bell SOUTH BOUND Dally Daily Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Ex Hon Ex Sun Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip Lve Maysvllle 4U1 dam by Traveller 515 a m 150 pm Johnson 557 a m 33a pm All care will be taken to prevent acci Carlls 649 am stlllersborg dents or escapes but will not be responsi713 am 47 P Arr Pan 4 ble should any occur 740 a m 415 pm Lien reserved on Laxtngton 630 pm the colt for the service fee Covington 30 pm Cincinnati j9 P 1X45 am CHARLES E C0LYER ft m 12 am Arrives Paris a m Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati xtu p m Falmouth 710 p m Except Soultr Arrives No 7 Leaves Falmouth M a ru CinstnnaM 735 a m Except Sanuay Arrives TRAIN NUTEM No 3 tods daily between Lextuarv n and Cincinnati No 4 rons daily between Cincinnati and Lexington Noa 2 and 8 make Winches ter for point on the connectionsVat Rv NN M IMPORT A NT Trains of ih rom th 2lliJi2ldept Cincinnati making Union t aiaenger station nection tor all point North EaM ami WeaV Will make the season of 1880 at M toThrough Tickets sold raltrSd Cheeked any point reached by A Plielpna place 4 miles from Rich Â¬ or call on any mond on the Jacks Crook nik at lrt went or uU pen y or TO INSURE A LIVINU E H- - BAi OLT ft cifr- TravPaaTAgl Murray due when colt is foaled or mare Lexington Ev vr parted with en 1 Pass A HE PEAVINE is by Old Peavine F 1st dam by Bolivar 2nd dam Jalappa Oenera oflV Fores t by Ned Forest 3rd dam by ng Clncini Crockett 4th dam by Traveler PEAVINE is a beautiful bay MXAV f AKBlaO 16t hauils high heavy mane and tail 4 years old good style and floe action 44 51 8 fc D M PHELPS NswLivsry I No 9 Dally Ex Hun No BBS BBS COLT Jtsst 235 pm 44 pni 450 pm 1 Peavine Jr StievXmon lTj 0lrl Â¬ si Jr 1 Jr aad SaieStabls Frukxe 106 EAST MAIN hTREET Mi Barter Shep We have erected a new ain mmo dious Livery and Sale Wtaole ner of Qrl suml T u irvice streets Klcbsnood Kv 2 Pf I We have opened a first class ahop aad ask the public to give as a trial and deeire to have the patronage of gentlemen ladies and childreu We HORSES HITCHED OR FED guarantee firta clase work New and elegant furniture clean throughout AT REASONABLE RATER HaMI and sharp razors bones and buggies hired at Sow M C MOORE 43-J CARMICHAEL PARRISU 115 we t CimSGILUl M