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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3f r ifrFarngngii OlXT rig OO0 e OCTTyjiffi tl VOLUME ATTORNEYS III AT THE BIER H - I IiIaA fI TORNADOES tion of Property Akuon O May 12 Akron experi Â¬ enced a reign of darkness rain a ad ter- Â¬ ror Saturday night and it was not until yesterday broke clear and pleasant that the bad effects of the nights tornado could be learned Daylight showed that one hundred buildings were wreekod by the tornado Strange to say no fatali ities have thus far resulted from the ter-Â¬ rible catastrophe although mtny aro severely injured and sevcnl may not recover The list of tho wound- Â¬ ed is quite long but those whose intwenty juries are severe number The tornado first struck on Tiornton street in the southwestern po tion of the city and passed along the southern outskirts Its path extends for nearly two miles through tho city limits and shows that the whirling funnel of the cloud at the several points roe high enough in the air to pass comparatively harmless over buildings directly in its course Chirkens rats and cats lie dead along the tornados path and two horses were killed outright People al- Â¬ most universally sought refuge in the collars ahd in many instances the houses above them were blown cleanly from their foundations leaving the people unharmed Prof II V Egbert of Buchtol College Professor of Astronomy and Meteorology who is the local representative of the Signal Service at Washington was an cye witnesi of the tornados work He says the tornado was of the shape of an incomplete in- Â¬ verted cone with a mass of ug y black clouds above it whirling very rapidly He computes that the cone wa travel- Â¬ ing at the rate of a mile in fifteen sec- Â¬ onds and says that the entire work was accomplished in thirty seconds Fkankiin Pa May - A terrible cyclone passed over the southern part of this county Saturday evening about 5 oclock Two people Noah Jackson and wife were killed outright and a largo number of persons dangerously injured The storm was general throughout the county but the deadly cycle ne only about three hundred feet wide extend- Â¬ ed about twenty five miles Almost every thing in its path wan demol- Â¬ ished and trees were uprocted and bouses and barns completely demol- Â¬ ished In one instance a house containing an invalid was struck and the bed containing the sick man was lifted up bodily and carried out into the yard whore it fetched up against a tree The sick man was badly injured A large number of cattle wore ki led Tho path of the cyclone extended irom near tho county line to the Allegheny river No trains have arrived on the Allegheny Valley railroad since Saturday evening on account of slides and t bad wreck about five miles south of this city where the cyclone struck the river St Lofis May 2 Several violent storms in the form of tornadoes have occurred in different parts of North Missouri with in the past two days and a large amount of property has been de- Â¬ stroyed and several persons killed In Harrison County a number of houses and barns were demolished and a large amount of farm property destroyed Wm Wilson and his two small children were blown away with his house and killed and several persons injured In Gentry County more than twenty buildings were destroyed and Mrs Nathan Green was killed Cattlo and hogs were killed and a good deal of farm property as well as crops greatly injured Five or six dwellings and several outbuild- Â¬ ings were blown away south of Mem- Â¬ phis Mo fences carried away and or chards swept down but nobody killed Near Ily thesdalo Mrs Jane Moore and Mrs Henry Young were fatally injured and a number of other persons more or riously hurt More than a dozen houses were wrecked and other proper- Â¬ ty destroyed Â¬ Â¬ 1Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- lTe1ara-a-nfTw- a RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 14 1890 SCAEED SANE An Imbecile Frisrhtened into Her Senses by the Fire In tbe Chenango County Reported Save the Keeper Wife Los of Life Larger Thau First As J inn NUMBER Should Row 48 n F E T BURN AM TTORNE YS AT LA - Richmond office No Kentucky - Arrival of the Cortege at Its Sad Journeys End Embowered in Flnwen the Remains of Senator Beck at the Iulpit Lexington Ky May 8 The Con Â¬ gressional train bearing the remains of Senator James B Hock with pall- Â¬ bearers and escort reached this city at 1 oclock yesterday afternoon and was met by a larce concourse of citizens The caskt was placed in a hearse and escorted by the Congressional party proceeded to the Southern Presbyterian Church where it was deposited on a dais a rich profusion of rare flowers being tastefully placed about it The face of the dead was exposed and thou- Â¬ sands of people by the passed casket to take a last look at the well known features The face is slightly turned to the loft shoulder but the long journey from Washington has not otherwise displaced any thing The casket will remain in state in the church until noon to day when short ser Â¬ vices will be held the pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church Rev Dr W F V llartlett officiating and then the dead Senator will be laid bo side his wife and children in the Lexington beautiful and historic eemetery The services tho at church will consist of music a prayer and reading of scriptures and at the grave the Episcopal burial services will be recited All the public buildings and many business houses in this city are draped in mourning Following is a list of those in attendance as pallbearers and escort Inited States Sen ateSenators William M Evarts of New York II L Dawes of Massachusetts Charles F Manderson of Nebraska Z B Vance of North Carolina John E Kenna of West Virginia Isharo J Harris of Tennessee House of Representatives Con gressmen M II Dunnell of Minnesota If 1 Banks of Massachusetts William S Holman of Indiana R P Bland of Missouri J U Itlountof Georgia W H Hatch of Missouri and W C Breckinridge J P Met reary John G Carlisle Asher G Caruth W J Stone J H Wil A son P Montgomery and Ohio and Pennsylvania Town Visited by of Life and Instruc Â¬ si FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS As soon as the journal of Saturday was read Mr Blackburn arose and in vcice tremulous with sap-pressed emotion annovneed the death of his colleague Hon James B Hck and offered ap-- THE COMMONWEALTH Legislative iroceedlnsrs FHANKrotiT May 3 Senate Bills paasedi To amend the charter of Covington so that council shall have poorer to require by ordi Â¬ nance the erection of such fences on eiber sid of any roadway in tbe city for the protection of per iin and property also that safety gatos and watchmen be maintained at the crossings also for the regulation of tho stveato by ordl- nance to provide for registration of voters in Covinsjton to amend the charter of Covington wilh reference to the bo ird of equalization and waterworks commissioners d fining the rights and potters of the county of Kenton with refer- ence to turnpikes to which it has contributed money for construction to incorporate the Florence and Covington Street Railway Com Â¬ j Washington First Session May 5 Senatb Implements lls liunuima BulldiDg Fin j j A SULLIVAN A Iet She TToRNEY y A TLA W - Richmond Kenuckv direct same as formerly oc- 16- Judge Miller llAVELL A TTORNEY kind - A - T LA W Kentucky 8- - r on Second Street DENTAL SURGERY WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGED X Kentucky Richmond A hours TU e practioe limited lodeulislry fcUOlo ili li RuiUllntE Main Street iM 101 tn lam F M -- Office 3- - J V MORGAN DDS RCBMOXD KENTUCKY office Kink Mlu Street over Madison National - ELBY W BUEGIN D ENT1 ST Kentucky Kkhmokd office Over Palace Dry Goods Store on Street formerly occupied by Dr Ke 4o- lerson KirM Â¬ Â¬ J W CREED D D S Â¬ KIRKSYILLE KENTUCKY Everything office at Finnell residence 17 dooe pertaining to the profession Â¬ Â¬ PHYSUIANS R J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Store Office Â¬ Â¬ Second Street next to Whites Drug 8- - H T of Paynter Others in attendance B Kentucky Sergeant-at-Arm- s Q W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX Kentucky Richmond Office Second Street RT J TAYLOR - Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Richmond ffice - - Kenticky Second Street over Dykes Grocery 1R JOHN M FOSTER riirSCIAN AXD SURGEOX - Richmond Ileek Weuue Kenticky 3- office Main Street next door to Ninons upMMlis residence at cor Maiu and 7ates - T SEXSMITH M D Charles Read of the Senate Mr Draper Messenger of the Senate Mr J Fletcher Johnston of Washington General Jos C Breckinridge of the United States Army Mr W R Smith of the Botanical Garden Mr W H Smith Librarian of the House of Representatives Mosdames W C P Breckinridge A P Montgomery and N P Banks Lieutenant Lucien Young of the Inited States Navy and Miss Swan and Miss Wilcox of Wash ington Wm Rogers Clay private secre Â¬ tary to the late Senator Beck of Washington The Kentucky escort Governor S B Buckner Lieutenant Governor J W Bryan Speaker H D Myers Senators Hendrick Dickerson Anderson Mulligan and Lindsay Representatives Frazee McClure Cox Thorne Bruce Welsh and Wallace Public Printer E Polk Johnson Register of Law Office Thomas II Corbett Sergcant-at-Arm- s Tyler and Castle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Utica N Y May 10 The number of bodies found in the ruins of the poor house in Preston Chenango County al- Â¬ ready numbers thirteen The impres- Â¬ sion is growintr that the loss of lifo far exceeds the first estimate In the build- Â¬ ing were many very aged women somo of whom bad not left their beds for months and others who from weakness of mind were incapable of finding their way out of tho building in tho midt of the confusion and excitement which prevailed It is now believed that a number of theso perished and this belief is strengthened by the dis- Â¬ covery of a body yesterday at some distance from the department occupied by the imbeciles There are several feet of ashes and debris in the cellar and the probabilities are that when they are removed a number of bodies will be found Many of tho old people bad no relatives an I they aro only brought to iniadby the recollection of the keeper and their companions so it is impossible as yet to say who a id how many are missing The building burned very rapidty as if pitched ard tarred and witi great fierceness Tho fire was intensely hot and the belief exists that some of tho bodies were so completely incinerated that no trace of them can be found The following are known to have been burned besides those mentioned in previous dispatches Mary Vosburg Olselic Roxie Mallory Norwich and Julia ffunt Norwich One insane woman was captured near Plymouth some twelve miles distant last night She was half clad and be- Â¬ wailing the loss of her home One of tho imbeciles was seared into her senses by tho fire and escaping from the burning room by a window reached the roof and crawled along the ridge board and aroused the keepers wife from slumber thus saving her life On Monday the coroners jury will begin the taking of testimony and it is not expected that the full number of those missing will be known till then as the officials are very reticent The insane paupers will bo brought to Utica to day and preparations are bing made in tho State Hospital to receive them ROASTED TO DEATH Another Asylum Horned Down and Ten Inmates Possibly More Perish Itka H Y May 9 The larger portion of tho Chenango County Buildings which for fifty year past have been located at Preston about six miles from Norwich were destroyed by fire Wednes day night about midnight and ten of the inmates possibly more were burned The buildings destroyed were the asylum in which there were ibout eighty inmates and the pauper houso and idiot ward in which there were a number of inmates Both were three story wooden buildings in good repair having winga of two stories in height They stood side by side a drive way separating them They were valued at 825000 and Insured for 19000 and are a total loss The horrible part of tho disaster was tho burningof the ten female idiots who w ere penned in theircells and were roasted alive The fire started in this portion and as the inof the main buildin mates were asleep and no sounds were heard it is probable that the smoke and gasses smothered them before they felt the pain of fire The origin of tho fire was probably the smoldering sparks of a slight fire which occurred Wednesday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PHYSICIAN AXD S I RGEON White Hall - - - Kentucky UTers ABIDE WITH ME of the Tlurial of the Krntnrky Senator Lexington Ky May 9 All that was mortal of Senator James B Beck has been deposited in the grave and he famous as he was suffers the ommon lot The members of the Fayette Bar met in the circuit court room at 10 oclock with members of the bar of tho other counties composing the common pleas and circuit districts Eulogies were pronounced upon the dead Senator and lawyer by his old friends Hon R A Buckner and Congressman Wm C P Breckinridge They were touching tributes to tho great qualities of their departed friend Resolutions of an eloquent and touching character were passed At noon those gathered at the court house formed in line Headed by the United States Senators Senator Blackburn and Congressman Breckinridge leading the way they marched to the church where ushers di- Â¬ rected them to seats The remainder of the church was filled with the throng of people eager to era boat all that was passing The coffin was covered with flowers and masses of them were placed all around It was a most elaborate floral display and as costly as beautiful Many of the offerings came from Washington When all were seated the choir sang the hymn When our hearts are bowed with woe when our bitter tears shall flow after which Rev W F V Bentlett the pastor of the First and arose Church Presbyterian read a chapter from the Bible reciting the parable of the talent At the close the choir sang the hymn Abide with A prayer me for the day is far spent by the pastor followed couched in language petitioning the Throne of Grace It was an elegant tribute to the dead statesman A third hymn was sung Ye Saints of How firm a foundation and the great conthe Lord filing ont as it gregation rose had come in the Senators first led by Senator Blackburn and Colonel Breckinridge The coffin was borne out by the After the coffin was pall bearers placed in the hearse and the distinguished visitors had entered carriages the procession started for the cemetery beaded by a military band Then followed the Cadets with arms reversed Senators and Congressmen and other distinguished persons in carriages the hearse with the pall bearers marching on eithei side Mr Wicklifle Preston taking the place of the venerable Judge Buckner Then came who was too old to walk the members of the Legislature county anfl city officers and citizens afoot then carriages bearing the family and friends The procession was a ball mils long at least At the gravetbe ceremony was impressively aimple laaple Grandeur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lic liis professional service to the pub8- Â¬ - Ii S IL LKTCDJ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kenticky Richmond Office J Smith Ilutldiug Maiu Street afternoon V- - W BRIGHT M IX PH IS I CI A X A XD S I RGEON Kentucky Richmond office il SAVED BT A DOG Ilerxelf May 10 Mary Gar denier a bright and pretty but wayward girl was brought here from Clyde last night at the instance of her mother who lives in this city In the jolico court this morning she was sentensed to the House of Refuge for Women at Hudson On her way to the oourt bouse from the police station she jumped into the canal in an attempt to commit s licide but was seized as she was about to sink by a big Newfoundland dog whyso master plunged into the water and rescued her The girl will lie taken to Hudson Rescue of Girl Who Tried to Drown NY of Ike huiuaii lnjly In Smith Building on Main Street attention Kiven to micnjuoopioal mid xainiuatiousot tissues aud fluids 3- Syracuse - RC Office S BOLTON Kentucky 1 Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Richmond M Ma to given to diseases cult chronic case Special attention p ni of women and all diffl Ialienls treated nl a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any address 00 Â¬ over M Bright Hours 830 to to-da- j- J KS JENNINGS Richmond Office - A- GIBSON The Chcaro Carpenters Strike Physicians and Surgeons Kentucky 51- Main street over Wallace 4 Rices - J E AULTZ PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX Kentucky Richmond Office 23n Chenaull Building W Main Street up stairs Burnam A 10 The Journeymen Council claim that nearly five thousand of their men are now at work The continuous hostility of tho old Master Carpenters Assciatlon has led tho journeymen to re orgauize the strike committee and establish a picket service of 250 men In coming trains are being watched more closely than ever and all possible efforts are made to prevent non Union carpenters being Chicago May Carpenters Tie General L 8 Statue Va Richmoni May B Tho trucks containing tht Lee Statute were removed last night to the place of unveiling with men women and children tugging at the rojxs lhc lino of march was literally packed with poo pie from starting point to finish while the cheering and waving of flags were continuous There were five hundred grown ladies and girls whose fair hands held tbe ropes Little tots were carried out into the streets in their mothers arms and their small All the hands placed upon tho ropes trucks wore handsomely decorated with pictures of General Lee and flags of the Southern States vhile hero and tboro a Confederate battle flag floated to the breeze The Canadian Horror Montreal May 8 As tho full details of the Longue Pointe Asylum fire become known the horror is intensified and the Sister is derided who asserts that the number of dead does not exceed sixty It is known bythe last report to tbe Quebec Government that there were 17M inmates instead of 1300 and this much is certain that no ono will over know the number of victims From co- Â¬ llateral information it must be that thero are 150 dead Â¬ Â¬ brought into the city propriate resolutions carryiag with them an adjournment The resolutions were sssssatas adopted unanimously and the Senate a lourn ed till twelve to morrow The followins sena tpn were appointed as the committee to super- Intend the funeral Messrs lllaoUburn Har- rls Vance Kenna Dawes Evarts and Mander- son Honsa On motion of Mr McKinley O tbs Senate amendment to the customs administra tive bill were non concurred in and n conference ordered Messrs McKmley Hurrows and Carlisle were appointed conferees Mr Per- khis Kas railed up and the House agreed to the conference report on the Oklahoma town site Mil A message having been ieceived from the Senate announcing the death of Senator Beck and inviting the House to be present at the funeral services to morrow Mr Breckin- r Jrc of Kentucky offered a resolution accent- inp the invitation and requesting the Speaker to appoint a committee of nine Representatives to take action willi a committee appointed by the Senate to take charge of the funeral ar- rangcmenU Tbe resolutions were adopted unanimously The following committee was Hoi- appointed Messrs Breckinridge Ky iivy man Blount Bland Hatch Wilson The House Banks DunnU and Butterworth then as a mark of respect to the deceased adjourned Washington Mays SRNATR ITnder a drip ping sky the mortal remains of James Brnie icck late U S Senator from Kentucky were borne at 10 this morning from the residence of Representative Breckinridge of Kentucky to the Senate Chamber The Chamber was opened to the public at 1015 oclock and at la oclock the Senate was called to order by President pro tern Ingalls At 1C43 the honorary pall- hearers on the part of the 8euatd were announced by the President pro tem as fol ows Hale Allison Sherman Messrs Morril McPherson Vest Pugh and Gibson Five minutes later the memhtrs of he House of were announced and took seats to the right and left of the chamber in the rear of the Senators who stood to receive them Speaker Reed was escorted to a place at tho right of President Ingalls The members of the House were followed bv the members of tie Supremo Court and other high officials Five minutes later President Harrison and the members of the Cabinet were received the as semblage rising The funeral ceremonies lasted about fifteen minutes and consisted of read ing of the Ninetieth Psalm and prayer by ex Chaplaln Bullock Ceremonies closed by read ing 1 Cor 15th chapter and prayer by Rev Dr Butler The casket was removed and at 135 the Senate adjournd House Not in session Washington May T SNATt A cumber of bills were repored House bill to authorize the return of Colorados war nags to that State was passed A resolution was Introduced Inquiring into the issue of railroad pauses to Congressmen Several unimportant bids were passed The bill to transfer the revenue marine to the Navy Department gave way to the silver bill vhich was called up ami after two hours executive session adjourned at 6 p m House The contested election ease of Mc Duffle vs Turpin Maliama was reported in favor of the contesnnt Mr McKinley Oi moved to go in committee of the whole for the consideration of the tariff bill In making this motion Mr McKinley stated that he would en deavor to close general debate Saturday evening The Committee on Ways and Means had intended to ask the Committee on Rules to report a resolution limiting the five minute de bate to eight days but had not done so on account of the absence of Mr Carlisle Mr McKinley spoke in favor of the bill until A p m when a recess was taken the night session being for tariff speeches Washington May 8 Sknats The silver bill was postponed until Monday The bill pro viding for the classlucatlou of worsted cloths as woolens was taken up for consideration and debated at great length At the close of the dlscnssion the Senate proceeded tc vote on the bill and it was passed without amendment yeas SB nays 20 All the votes were divided on party lines except that on he passage of the Mr Payne voted with the Republicans bill The bill now goes to the President for his sig nature The pensian appropriation bill appropriating for the next fiscal year fHT000 761 was then taken up Amendments offered by Mr Sherman and Mr Washburne to Increase itie number of pension agents from eighteen to twenty and to twenty one gavo rise to a long discussion As a voto disclosed the absence of a quorum only trirty fcur members prescnl the Senate adjourned House The tariff debate was continued un til 5 p m when a recess was taken until S p m the nltht session being devoted to tariff speeches Washington May 9 Sunats The annual pension appropriation bill was taken up the question being en the amendment offered yesterday by Mr Sherman increasing the number of pension agents salary 4 000 from eighteen to twenty It was agreed to yeas z nays 19 a parly vote except that Mr Payne voted yea and Messrs Allison Ingalls Plumb and Teller voted nay The Military Academy appropri ation bill was passed The Army appropriation bill was considered until 5 p m when the Sen ate adjourned BOOt Mr Hitt of Illinois called up the bill coming over from Friday last granting a pension of 1200 a year to Delia T S Parnell daughter of Admiral Charles Stewart with an amendment reducing the pension to 50 a month The amendment was agreed to 35 to and the bill as amended was passed The Senate bill was passed increasing to seventy five dollars a month the pension of the widow of Brigadier General Ayres The House then wnt into Committee of the Whole Mr Pay son of Illinois In the chair on the tariff bill Fitch of New York Crisp of Georgia and Wheeler ot A abama spoke against the bill and Gear of Iowa and Payne of New York tn favor of it during the afternoon At the evening session speeches wore made by Messrs Wike Kerr Filhian Morse Goodnight Atkinson Walter end Firman and the House adjourned until to morrow Washington Miy 10 Sfnatic The army appropriation bill was passed with an amendment excluding the sale of all liquors at army posts ISj private pension bills were passed At 5 30 p m the Senato adjourned HOUSE The tariff debate was continued until 5 p nx when a recess was taken until 8 oclock News Items i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pany Botrsa Tho Governor sent to the Legislature this morning amessaire taking exception to the ciiieism upon him as a member of tn - n the dlseuasloa of tho tag Fui penitentiary reports all al connec tion with that lioard not fixed by the Const tu tion Referred Mason Foard Company the lessees sent in a communieauon submitting terms npon which they will surrender their contract on July I ISM Hills pnssed Senate bill to chnrter the Louisville Covington and Cincinnati railroad House b in reference to the mechanics lien law of Kenton Count ate ct authorizing the South Covington Street Railway Company to increase its capital stock The Governor vetoed the bill to give the un claimed bodies of convicts to medical colleges Frankfort May 5 Governor Buckner today sent a formal notice ot Senator Becks death to the Legisature and the election of a successor will consequently take place on May 18 A joint resolution of respect and regret was adopted by the Legislature One para By his great pubgraph of these is as follows lic service his dctoiion to duty and his love ot country he won national fame for himself and reflected unmeasured honor and glory npon his people and his State and dying he leaves no one able to fill his place A guard of honor thirteen in number was appointed from the two houses to meet the remains at tbe Eastern Kentucky line and escort them to Lexington The public buildings will be draped and flag at haf mast for thirty days The House bill to authorize Wc t Ovmgton to issue ilSOOO bonds for a water supply passed to day Senate Bills passed Frankfort Ma S Bs incorporating the city of Ft Jefferson Ballard County incorporating the Fort Jefferson Street Railway Company requiring the county that orders troops for the protection of the jlvil authorics to pay the expense of sending the troops to said county to repeal an act entitled An Act to Better Protect Turnpike Roads in which the State Is Interested providing for the adoption and use of trade marks tor timber dealers and for the punishment of any person defacing or destroying the same on the H Bs incor- Â¬ Licking river and its tributaries porating the Fords vilc Land Development and Improvement Company incorporating the city Of Deanvllls tn Ohio County Incorporating the Central Improvement Company of Marion County incorporating the Beattyville St Helens and Boonevitlo Telephone and Tele Company Carthage graph incorporatini the Cemetery Company in Campbell County Incorporating the Kentucky Oil Mining and Manufacturing Company of Manchester au thorizing the city or Henderson to Issue bonds to tbe amount of f0 ono for sewerage purposes incorporating tl e Big Sandy Turnpike Company Incorporating the Muhlenberg Oil Gas and Farming Company incorporating the Kentucky Land and Mining Com piny ot Floyd County lncoporatin the Standard Coal and Coke Company of Floyd County The Governor sent In the following names as trustees of the WB Agricultural and Mechanical College KlnkrvJ Dr Q J S urr P P Johnston Phile mon Bird HocSB The Governor sent In a message vetoing the following bills An act to authorize T F Fraley to erect a mllldam across Johns creek in Floyd County an act authorizing GeorgiC Perry or his assignees to ereot a mill dam across Greay Fork In Johnson County The remainder of the day was spent In discuss ing Senator Lindsays women s rights bill which puts married women on an equal footing with their husbands as fur as property rights are concerned Adjourned until Friday Frankfort May 7 Sksate Little busi ness of importance was transacted to day A number of local bills were passed and the House amendment to the Cincinnati and Kentucky Southern railroad bill was concurred in HorsB--Not in session Frankfort May 9 Senate Tbe Senate adopted a joint res ilutlon this afternoon ex tending the present se sion of the Legislature lnd- finitely The time for adjournment had xed at May L but the Senatorial election forces a continuance Several local bills wi re passed The Senate adjourned Horss Bills irtrodue il Incorporating the Rockford and Northern Railroad Company providing for the construction of a levee along the water front of the City of Newport Kyand giving the Board of Omncilmen the power to issue bonds in an amoint uot exceeding 175000 regulating the prison system and convict lalior In this Common wealth The bill provides that the Governor shall appoint three Comn ers who shall have absolute control of the management of tbe State s convicts in Hastes iking Fund Commissioners who are now ex oQIcio Pen tcntitry Commissioners lncorpomting the Pidticah Metropolis and Oho River Railroad Company incorporating the Nicholasvilie Water Works Company in corporating the Peoples Savings Bank of Mays ville Ky The Governor sent tn a message vetoing the bill incorporating the Pleasant Grove Cemetery Company The remainder of the ses ion was devofd to discussing the Lindsay Property Rights bill wh ch was con tinued till Tuesday for further consideration 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE APPLE ORCHARD Test to Rale Cultivate and Care Fossae id Kireetloos by for It r tefal Hint an Experienced Illinois Fruit Grower A good pair of pruning shears which The following paper ou How to will operate with readiness and ease is Cultivate and Care for an an important tool to the gardener who keeps trees and shrubbery within Orchard was delivered by Hon T proper bounds but badly constructed as Lowrey an experienced orcbardist of they aro not so convenient and useful Flora 111 before the spring meeting of ationof South Wo have tho Fruit Grow as the slngle bladed knifo seen tloso that were of very little eastern Illinois From it we take the value requiring a hard procure of the follov 11 band to cut off a small twiir and again year we have had tbo satisfaction to work orchard with thoro which with little effort with mding my orchard tru sheared oil a green limb over an inch in d in the purpose diameter All tbo differ with a plow or v Whin the the form or construction up a two blades of the abctttn road la uul side non pair f together li road they mill not prune off a laro shoot of te I 1 PRUNING SHEARS TTiat Every Fsniwr tirs TREA round Into ree Tix swift c as near that Atlanta Ga width as may be to make the row out an equal Thirty no XV L CAUTION Taae Do oa laa name and feet I think is the proper dista waasait ou th tric plant The land should then lie har- - bottom If the dealer SBaVaBau end direct to factory rowed sufficiently to make a good bottom D r for a meadow Then when tho proper I timo comes for srcHilt I would If tim- ne peck of ber land sow it in seed per afire If prririe land I would sow it in clover an 1 timothy at the rate i I and one gallon of ono peck of of timothy per When aprin ith tho land in good condition tor cultivati plow a strip six feet in width in th ter of each land as deeply as I could throwing tbe dirt out then barrow BMIIBIH 1 and throw the dirt tiack with the plow but if ono moves over the other This will leave tbe land In B obliquely with a draw orsawin motion tion for plant plant the s f their efficiency is greatly incroased way trees thirty feet ap The tool manufacturers of past years rThea re ing I wore aware of this difference and they do would lie to plow entirely employed a complex construction liko MOW ad the tract having a lath to stand that represented in Fig 1 Tho draw intended to plant cut was effected by tho movabb tree i tor so that when the handles were The o CENTLEMEM I think pressed together the connecthi Fine Calf Hearr Laced Grain ami Crcet about twenty five f wssset lour Wiiterpntof world T f draws tho nearer blade downwards and of the road whi in the round S to t KM INK II M- HOI increasing the cutting power tbe orchard S4IVI If Nl--t- t ill li prun Â¬ fold over tho simple shears Fur i i mi i ti Si to t I would set the trees about two frajo ing or cutting grafts above the reach of inches deeper than they grew In the the operator it is still common in somo nursery M llVx75 BO - ling tho bottom of places to attach to a polo tho shears the shallow hob in which you are going represented by Fig 2 which are worked to plant take tho tree and with a by a cord attached to tho nearer curved sharp knife cut off 175 SHOE FOR MISSES al broken or b Best Material Best atjaa Best FlrMn blade but as tho cut is only that of a Examine W L Douglas Brockton Mass Sola bt with an underslope a pair of scissors it can be used only on carefully for borers in tho roots and be mall twigs Tho cut shows where tho certain not to plant any with the treo pivot is on which tho nearer blado of as in all ty you will have theso shears moves being the cen Â¬ enough of them without that ter of tho dotted lino In Fig 3 with a trouble Now j tho hole 1 slight alteration tho pivot is placed on spreading the r in each direction a tbe side which i i the south down amongst I it in so as n with I ontir would then ml pi s s s m WIFTS SPECIFIC entire system FOR renov itin the Iinitiating m all Po the Blood nketk fulous or malarial origin tkts prep oration has no equal tigkUen mentks I had aVS mding sore on my ttngtu I was treated ky ted Ittaf pkysutamt n tc tut tkt rs ni gradually grew unit I JinaUy took S S and was tntittiy CB M Ft LEMoax Henderson Tex t PPT lh jk r wt W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE y ofl d j ii f 32SHOESJb0s JACK FREEMAN I A KIFR dirt until standing ered and tram up with loose dirt and i v cov n fill as ne ndicular as pos sible I would plant nothing but yearling C ai my orchard I would plant tbe row planting feet apart in the wiro fence of lie plants two then putabarbed hreo wires di a rectly I ov- would witb vol or cul tivator keep the strip of ground in and 4 which gbly the rod giving to tho further blado the cultivated until th f July at motion of tho dotted lino sawing and carefully examine cutting off larger limbs and acting as for hot efficiently as tho implement represented mber August an by Fig 1 Fig 4 shows how a very eft iu wrap the t ficient pair of shears may bo made on a at which protect similar principle but all its efficiency of clov them from Id Le r would be lost if tho pivot were placed at mowed when it is ready to cut for hay tho ourve Country Gentleman mnd as it fell figures 3 HTCIlUEIJEIEIiB lKALEK IN Â¬ ila attention given to RTTWINQ ASD OTHER PRE DAIRY DOTS xlo STONES the characterof milk as tho miner does of the per cent of gold in tho quartz ho mins Hoards Dairyman thinks Andscientific men of all should set tho any consid ex-aI It is full timo we took as much noto of fell I would go pisk 1 and a into REPAIRING Promptly done nasi in a workmanlike the winter dairy must be comfortably housed not only at night but In all but the very pleasantest weather Manyof tbe beat of the win ter dairymen are finding it profitable to artificially warm tho water for their TtrK cows in Â¬ then spring bor n tho I mat would a ows jll J M BLACK PHYSICIAX AXD SURGEOX 25- Rki House Ky QHA BOOKS VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Specially OFFICE Next door to Climax office liUKhaiu building Richmond Ky Veterinary Dentistry and sterility a 111 46- - Important Notice Debts due McKke ATraynor for the service of stallions serving mutes in 1887 1888 188H and 1890 mtit be All mares paid to Owen KcKee Tray nor farmed in 1889 by McKee having cxlt8 living at weaning time will lie paid for by Owen McKee owner of Hie colta April 14 1890 44- - LOSS TWO MILLIONS a Great Disaster EuzABETiiroKT N J May The entire western front of the Singer Sew Â¬ ing Machine factory on First street was gutted by Tuesdays fire The flames worked their w ay to the main building extending along Trumbull street cleaning out the stock needle finadjusting inspecting and ishing milling rooms The pattern depart ment was also destroyed together with 60000 finished machines and 18000000 needles The loss is estimated at 82000000 fully insured by the Singer Company All work is suspended and over 3000 operatives are idly gazing upon the burned building It will be at least two months before work can be reÂ¬ sumed a Damsrlnf Frosts in Illinois May 8 Frosts prevail- us parts of Illinois last night Grain fruit and early vegetables were Iowa growing crops also suf- damaged fered Anti Bar BUI Win Stand Bostoh May 8 The Bouae yester Â¬ day afternoon by a vote of 102 to 106 refused to adopt tbebstitut biU rela Â¬ tive to a repeal oT the statute prohibit- Â¬ ing public barfc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - OWEN McKEE Slnfrer Sewing- Machine Company Sustain - HUMPHREYS VETERINARY Far Sanaa Cattle cram AA SPECIFICS Sfceap Logs Sop M Pace Seek Trcatsneat af AalsaaU Chart tcnt Free Haiaal Meaiffltla Milk Fever htrainf Iacieneae Kaaal Dtacharea liaieaer rabs Worms ar Heave Paeuatonla KK FF folic er iripea Bellyache HeanntafM HH Irinary aad Kidney Diaeaae Eruptive Ulaeaes Maoae 11 JK UiM aae of Uiseatton Paralyala AJTD POULTRY ti FeverCretleaImarta BB lIIBrt KeUm BbaHe Bottle over 10 doMaX Bjwaaei Maaaal citable Cue wl OH and Mad leal or S7 Veterinary Cure m m lHO VMMiMan flaw Oil Sold by Craniate or Sent Prepaid anywhere Receipt of Price aay Quantity on and in Humphreys Medicine Co iOB ruiton a ai STJMPBBEYS H0KE0PATHIC SPECIFIC No ft ft UQ esaawfc ana rroatratioa croia taws nmn puparrtaLar ye tusmnmn uu BoiTDauyBmreBtnoiatdeaiuBal lliilfl laJlaaatfli 1111 ahltJSJI mtim Wnkm iiii ertr sasa Theenbt eoaasfni roawdy tor er aaasr Birmingham Ala May 12 Thero was a collision between a construction Lynch one of the Rochester detective and freight train on the Louisville and force and a man named Stoddard had a Nasville railroad caused by a disregard dispute over a line fence yesterday Last of signals John McCall who was stealevening the dispute culminated in a ing a ride was killed Harry Turner bloody tragedy The detective shot and civil engineer of tbe road was fatally killed Stoddard and his wife Lynch hurt Three trainmen wore slightly in-Â¬ gave himself up and is detained at jured headquarters He pleads solt defenso Furious Ball Storm mm New Orleans May 12 Reports aro Tornado in Missouri received that a terrific hail storm visit- Â¬ Bltthdaie Mo May IC A terrific ed Grand Isle and vicinity a few days tornado passed north of this city at 630 ago doing damage roughly estimated at last night completely wrecking a dozen 830000 The hail stones cut up the cab- Â¬ bouses and as many burns and out build- Â¬ bage tomatoes and other vegetables ings The family of Henry Young were stripping tho fruit trees and breaking all injured Mrs Young fatally The every pane of glass on the island storm passed in a northwesterly direc- Â¬ Fatal Blow From a Fist tion No news can be obtained further Lacrossk Wis May 12 Oliver W than the above Olson was killed yesterday afternoon by Bitten by a Cat a single blow in the neck struck by Wm Danville Va May 10 In Rocking- Pewey who was temporarily tending ham County N C David Stokes col- Â¬ bar in the saloon of C A Hunt Olsens ored struck at a cat whet tbe enraged refusal to pay forty cents for a round of animal flew at bim and fastened its drinks was the reason for the bartender teeth in bis wrist Tbe cat held on so striking him tenaciously that its bead bad to be sev Â¬ Defaulter Pope Hot Ciptured ered before its grip couli be relaxed DVLfrii Minn May 12 The report Stokes was taken sick at once and soon that W H Pope Louisville defaulting died bank teller had been arrested by a de- Â¬ Fitzhugh Lea Declines tective near here is incorrect It is be- Â¬ May 10 Ex Governor lieved that Pope has been around here RicrrMOKDVa Fitzhugh Lee who was tome time ago during last week but the officers could chosen as the chief marshal on the day not get their hands on him of the unveiling of the Loe monument Bitten by a Horse has signified his intention to decline Cikcleville O May 12 Eugene the honor He thinks some distinguish- Â¬ ed man outside of the State should be Herron a young boy was badly bitten in the face by a horse yesterday morn- Â¬ made marshal ing The vicious brute snapped him in Balled by a Chew of lobaeco tbe mouth loosening his teeth and cut- Â¬ Wheemsg W Va May 10 Charles ting his lips in a frightful manner He Gooding formerly of Bridgeport recent Â¬ will be disfigured for life ly of Grafton died at the latter place Seven Prisoners Free Themselves last night from the effects of swal- Â¬ MARTiNSBfRO W Va May 12 lowing a chew of lObaecc in a fit cf laughter Seven prisoners escaped from tho County jail Saturday night six white Tools Roascrans Washington May 8 Miss Lily Rose men and one colored boy They effected crnns daughter of General W S Rose their escape by cutting through the roof crans was married in thU city yesterday and lowering themselves by blanket ropes None wore retaken to Governor J K Toole of Montana Bith Anns Cut Off by Oars Still Finding Bodies at Johnstowj PAKKiiusrvito W Va May 8 Andy Johnstown Pa May f Five bodies yTwo Galyin an old resident of this city had were found km both arms cut off by tbe cars It is mother and child clasped in each ttought he will die arms On Killed Another Fatally Injured Rochester Detective Kills a Man and Wife N Y May 0 Thomas Â¬ Â¬ - - -- Muldoon of Louisville The work is very plain and besides the birth and death of bis wife has only the simple Tho shaft is about inscription Beck eighteen feet tall and is very imposing though plain Tho family lot is directly north of and very noar to the Clay mon- Â¬ ument in ono of the most picturesque The Senator spots in the cemetery very feelingly remarked that he had chosen this spot for his family lot because of a remark made by his little daughter on one occasion whon he and his wife were walking through the cemSenator Quay reports that he does etery In her innocent way as she ap not intend resigning as Chairman of the proached this spot she remarked that Republican Committee she would like to be buried there beHon J P Doliver of Iowa will be cause when the doad were raised from memorial day orator in New York City taeir gravos sho would be tho first to see Two trains collided at a crossing in the angels A few weeks afterwards Allentown Pil Two persons were killed she was laid to rest in this beautiful and five or six injured spot Twestv seven members of the Fresh Â¬ Pope the absconding bank teller from man class at Wittenberg College have Louisville was captured near Duluth been suspended day Daniel Kooers of Pittsburgh while Minn the other been introduced in the A bill has despondent placed his mouth over a gas jet and turned on the gas He was found Kentucky Legislature for the erection of a new jail at Newport unconscious and will die Miss II ass ah Mansel a young lady A contract was made on the 6th by which the U S Government Ordnance about eighteen years old residing with Works of Boston will be moved to East the family of Joe Critser near Bush Chattanooga at once The company Grove McLean County suicided the guarantees to put in works to cost 8300 other evening by shooting It Is re 000 and employ over five hundred ported that a young man named Frasoier Competition of called to see her on the same evening skilled mechanics cheap Southern iron forced the removal a Piiksident Harrison will be invited and had just got short distance from to visit Portland Me during the meet- Â¬ the house on his return home when he ing of the Society of the Army of the beard the fatal shot He ran back and and found the girl dead Potomac July 3 and 4 The President has nominated John T A itiL authorizing the erection of over fifteen hundred Government build Lewis for postmaster at Carrollton ings has been favorably reported to the Champion Coleman First Secretary House of the American Legation at Berlin ie Destructive fires are racing in the engaged to marry Miss Uendrittka pine forests near Stilhvell Minn rich girl of Frankfort German Aristocracy Alarmed Transfer of U 8 Troops London May 9 Reliable Berlin cor- Â¬ respondence states that while the Em- Â¬ San Fraxcisto May 9 The First U peror is winning favor with the work- Â¬ S Artillery Regiment left Presidio for ing classes the aristocracy is ranging Oakland and at two oclock yesterday itself on the sido of Prince Bis- Â¬ afternoon departed on a special train for marck and that ome propositions to do New York The batteries leaving special honor to that statesman are are seven in number and consist of prompted by a desire to reflect upon the 30 ofllcer3 and men Two batteries sovereign who virtually deposed him will remain note until relieved by the The upper classes feel that the Kaisers Fifth Regiment from New York liberal policy is endangering their Canadian Lumber Duty Proposition 1 power and prestige and deep expresOttawa Ont May 10 Replying to sions are hoard of discontent with the Mr Bryson in Parliament yesterday imperial programme Sir John Macdonald said the Govern Â¬ The Texas Flood ment would remove the export duty on Jefferson Tex May 9 Tbe river pine and spruce logs in the ovent of the continues to rise here and the water in U 8w Congress reducing the import duty the lake is higher than ever known bo on sawn lumber to one dollar per thou Â¬ fore There is great loss of cattlo and sand feet m Many families stock of all kinds Ton Uaprvl Tlrod Already are homeless and tho river is begin- Â¬ Berlin May 10 Dipiomates believe ning to run through tho sewers of the that General Von Caprivi will soon re Â¬ city He is said to CoirMBiA Tex May 9 This town sign the Chancellorship with tho axception of ono street is un Â¬ be disgusted with the details of the der water and railroad traffic is sus Â¬ work of tho foroign office and not in sympathy with the officials under bim pended Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Tur monument that marks tho last resting place of Senator Beck is a plain granite shaft of his own selection erected over his wife about two years ago It was designed and put in place by Â¬ Qimity Is an Important factor both with butter and beef says an exchange It is only he best quality that realizes tho highest prices and in many cases m the cost will bo a small the dtlToren item In comparison with tho difference in tho results secured A very important item in securing a good supply of milk at a low coot is good pasturage says tho Llvc Stock In- Â¬ dicator and no matter what breed is se Â¬ lected good pasturago must bo secured at least during tho growing season to be able to realize tbo largest profit The farmers in Now York who ship milk to Now York are trying to organ Â¬ ize an association or union to protect themselves from tbo rapacity of tho a city combination Milk Exchange which makes the price and the money They tho Exchange do this in such an arbitrary and hoggish way that the farmers can not stand it Tuk practice in weaning calvos says the Pittsburgh Pa Stockman varies from tho timo the calf is dropped until it is several weeks old but wo think at two or throe days old is about the right time to take the calf away from its dam The calf will 3uck in a little while after it is dropped and no matter how much tho cows udder is inflamed she will let the calf suck and butt all it wants to and it uses its privilege freely It is thought this butting is of service in reÂ¬ ducing inflammation on the principle of counter irritation wo suppose but at any rate the cow will allow the salf to handle her udder much more roughly than she will let a man rub it and either the rubbing or the butting ought to be done Another point in favor of letting tho calf suck for a few days is that for the first three days after calving the cow is more liable to have milk fever than subsequently zni If her calf is with her sho is much better satis fled and will keep very quiet and this state of quietude is just tho one we want to keep her in as any excitement at that time is just as dangerous as to tho human mother under the same circum- Â¬ Western Rural stances Â¬ A noiac tladv axataa tomb next door a- - Dont torget tl The comb for the sau ail of to the Pi KioIUjoihI Ky nado of a says of half inch board eight inches long and live wide with ono end re- Â¬ duced to the form of a handle as shown A hole is bored in in tho cngravinjr tho end to hang it by Seven rows of -- MANE COMB - 3 holes are pierced with a brad awL four of the rows with five holes each and the threo intermediate rows with four holes so that tho wbolo shall bo in the form quincunx Stout wire nails driven through tho holes serve as teeth Tho wholo is finished by nailing a cov Â¬ ering of perforated tin plate on tho back to hold the teeth in place Loxnox May 9 The Chronicles Ber- Â¬ lin correspondent says that Germany is not indisposed to relax the prohibition of American pork on the condition that the Inited States to a concession in regard to Banana imports Germany Wants Reciprocity 1-7 CV PI - - O a arcs May TJ Steamboat Tilda that has done such excellent service during the high water burned at her wharf at the exposition grounds yesterday She was valued at So500 Uleei Vn 8 Okifans 8tsamr Burned 9 The U a a B Â¬ no insurance h I Contagions Blood Diseasea are evi poison Kutan 11a I sores pimples eumete nils enabling the ROTS ps- to Blood that will writes ss v be si I - r 3 fB BH va heal and convince J H Outlaw hiU running in C iffilcted fseni Allauta uii for book Ml rwi J i M rmm ZZ One bottle B B B cured me L Johnson Belmont Btaati H B B has w eov Mv lieal and bodv rsnid amis M 1 I 2 J ha-- X t 9 S - seed good seed than to preparo for its recep- Â¬ tion in tho soil Tho failure of seed to germinate may cost tho farmer the loss of an entire crop The seed is some Â¬ thing that the farmer should carefully examine now before spring opens by testing it in boxes of earth under glass Tot mainspring of farming is the It is more important to secure ami my hair came out but B B B li alsl me quickly W J Kintiin Hntchens Texan writes B B B has cured my wife of a large ulcer on her les that doctors and all other medicine could i M J KoCKmau a prominent merchant of 1 know of several ireens cases of blood disease speedily cured by B B ired a lady of ugly scrofu li T lous skin sore W C Birchmi re t Co Maxey Ga write 11114 Mr Kobt War I of blood B B B in poison effected one of mot uonderlnl cures er came to our knowledge i- vts writes Ike a charm with anras 2 5 r7 mi Lrm aaaaaaal - iTI - Highest of all ia Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 MACKINAC Summer Tours Trips par VTsek Royal JZ3 Baking Powder Palacc Steam arts DETROIT Low fUTta 3 imaaa MACKINAC ISLAND DETROIT AND CLEVELAND i- - as Iraaaa Owaavaaa stlnaa M Port Ilu oa lew Oacoiii at Cair Oakksad Hoaaa atutaa Ctaja Weak Pay Bsimau Bvat7 sd ssa sag pm - - aj J - O ABSOLUTELY PURE PASJPHLM B HLUSTfaTCD asrassaaa Bases ar4 kiiMnlcn TlaksSa wttiaaaaaas by yma TWavt aaaa ar rV s Pa r THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON HBLIiHID KVKBY WEDNESDAY AN AUSTRIAN SPENDTHRIFT A TORNADO LECTURE DisÂ¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ HORSE NOTES A mare belonging to J M Johnson formerly the property of W H Sbipman foaled a bay colt this week by Lawrencebnrg Nem Chichester Col T B Ripy bought from P P Par rish through the Macey Bros at Versailles a few days ago an unborn colt by the famous Bell Boy for which he paid 2100 Lairrencrburg Xetn B B Millions race horse Bill Letcher won an important race at Lexington on Saturday He has been taken to Louis- Â¬ ville and is a prominent candidate for the Derby which this vear will be worth 5600 Derby to day Frances Dunlap of Montpelior Idaho has a trained moose that he is anxious to match against a trotting horse for a race of a mile for 1000 TyBall the moose ha a trotting record of 330 and can go much faster Adrocatt The papers from our neighboring coun- Â¬ ties speak of the Court day stallion show as being in advance of any previous year We are glad to say that in this respect Anderson county is keeping pace with her neighbors Dninnrtbunj Stir Mr Boswell has kept three of the daughters of old Siphy and five other have been sold for 16000 The daugh ters that he has kept have all produced winners of public races one of them being Mr Bosthe sensational Nancy Hanks well now has ten of the female descend- Â¬ ants of old Sophy including all the fe- Â¬ male produce of Nancy Lee aU the female defendants of Nellie B and one filly Stoot Form from Ruth Â¬ Â¬ Editor IT A cable dispatch has announced Prince Karl of Trauttmansporff has that leen The Climax Printing Wm G Co White Chas S Powell PRICE PER YEAR dBMday - - - Kay fl50 14 1890 ItLMOCKATIC COlSTY CONVENTION Ordered that tin Democrats of Madwon county Biort at the Court limine inKicli montl Ky on Saturday May 17 nk j ni in Maw Convention for the purpose of delegate to at tend I he held in LouicvillKy on May 27 1M0 to iioni inate a iH mocratic candidate for Clerk of Court of A for the pur pose of taking BSCfM for the selection of a Democrat ic candilate r delegate to Con Btitutiona ml Thin April M Â¬ HN - ClIENU IT Chairman Dam C C I C Coin klby Iuvixe will be nominat- Doaqpata to the Constitutional at the Democratic o and a better man can not ind placed under control in consequence of reckless extravagance and speculation Prince Karl of Trauttmansdorff is the bead of a noble Styrian family w Inch has occupied a place aning the counts of the empire since the early part of the seven teenth century He was born in Septem Â¬ ber lS4- and is a hereditary member of the ujijKr house of the Austrian Keiehs rath He has celebrity as a turfman and Ky his exploits as a crack pigeon shot at Monte Carlo The family owns tates in lioheniia and in fact in every provim e in the Austrian empire and Masse Karls income is estimated at half million florins aliont 900000 a year He lias always had a magnificent racing stahle and in his Ktting was favored by fortune and is understood to have cleared sums Last IH cemWr he lo t at the jockey chili in one evening at atMM0i florins He then buight a aanmber of options in Spring wheat and Match cereals which ping down caused a loss of 15000000 florins and in fact he could not have settler with the promptness which the exchange demands Markgraff had not his brother-in-laPallavicint conic generously to his assist Â¬ ance I w MEXICAN Waft VETERANS IMilN MAi S ISmi ATMT OHIO WOODWARD J w aa JC Chorus Address of Welcome Gordon Resjoiise Jen las W Penvcr - ntative in Boat Wm J s My Country tis of thee Quartet Conjtrew foii the twelfth district in MisM Clay Music Orsouri has decided not to le a candidate chestra Remarks Other distinguished lieiore the Democratic convention for re guests Music Yankee Doodle by Or His reasons noniination not deiring Adjournment to banqnet hall chestra t ion are of a private character r m Programme There were three J aery long tahira very handsomely and A CANOPY tm HALT B MATI L bountifully equipped Cassius M Clay sat at tlu- head of the center table with rk ol the canopy to he The 11 H Greer toast master on his left over Harts niasterp Toasts 1 Zacariah Taylor 2 Winfield nearly finished It is of hrone and poi-The Mexican War 4 The ith the curtains t cover the Scott Anniversiry of the Ohio Veterans Wat ue are of silk The platiuf is made Comrades ti The mly Surviv ood inlaid Our lead cf U autifullv colore hard bagGeaeaai of the Mexican War 7 The be oiled The canojv est Sujreine lotcncies of a Great Republic Ltrimft s ur Hosts a Daaid 8 Norton 10 The 1 lilies They were responded tO in TEXAS WEALTH ate order by CoL Moses If Dickey Frank R Lobbork the war Gov Gcbl Vanderver Gen Malon Maasmi ernor of Trtas now the trasun r of that GeauGeo W Morgan Hon Frank II i ntly K en State Hi ai I Band Gem Albert Pike Bon rllna Hare closely examined by an cxert committee M c Texa- - i nd Gen A Beaming Norand mere fond to halanee to a cent An ton and tinalh Corporal Sam McFarlen official statement shows in the hands of n thi 7th there was a grand pro the treasurer and with many bands of music The city bonds due tin aae of laanilifnlll drajKil with flags and flowers and asylum land- - KjlftSZ Here There was a vast multitude from Ohio is an and other States and solvent funds in the care of tin On the t the Association met forlms ur r Texas has a t ae i r veri inessand Sidney o naa selected or the treasury but it next annual meeting Abort twenty of - riirid pays to Ikthe most distinguished being generals of lis Mexican war were made honorary AH THAI Milt hi U aeeanben of the Association Th I n Star says Tl Marcefms Clay heading the list All pert manufaeturers declare that the ad chosen unanimously vanccd duty on wool which the McKin The veterans were entertained at sev lcy bill profNaea will increase the price of eral places and times with aongsbythe it- - a yard their produce and the Club of Mt Vernon kept AVith ig in Kansas at 17 open house all the time where many bushel and common ingrain taipU at re eaten and drunk even dollar a yard there will - a man water It the men who Tintl ii which makes such rol A CALL ON I SHELBY IRVINE lery pmaMe were the only sufh would Ik- much m Fmox City Ky May 7th MM But the Iroable i the innocent unoffend iiien of Kansas who have nothing The Democrats of Madison county want I m itli mal coun a good sound Democrat and a sensible try have t do all tin- acrnbii bnahaeaa man to represert them in the forth- institutional Convention THE SENATORSuir They want a man arhoae interests are naemtae eaaem a identified with the interests of the peo ple They want a man abuse moral charÂ¬ in Frankfort to nominate a candi the late Senator berk in acter is above reproach They want a Mr Carlisle man who will honor their patty One to the ininated by Senator Jaa whom they can say when he returns to Mr McCrcary them well loin good and faithful serbjr Boa B C Warren of They would like to place their vant unfed mo of interests in the hands of a man who had Mr Kmit l iy Hm Huagh P Cmper of shown himself capable of taking care of Marion Mr M Kenie by Hn Ilenrv 11 They want a man who has Mason of Hancck Ti convictions of right and justice and is vVarriiliidp- Lind Hot alraid to let them 1m known Thev say by Hon Claude M T Boor want a man who is pisted on the issues iii r Hannah of the lav who is sound on the school Mr Mh eve the fastest jticstion and of every otherqneation that man on the track next to may come before that body In a word tbat there is not enough difference in they want a plain sensible practical boaa their sjK ed for any but an apart ti obaa far the place and ao such one serve they will give their hearty supxrt We have taken ains to talk to many neonle A CtMiL HOTEL in regard to this matter and these are the The Grand Avenue CnI Hotel Com sentiments of all We can get plenty of pany organized for the pvrpnae of ercting candidates but the people are not i Mik a hotel over Mammoth Cave la he kept ing for men who are seeking iiositioii cool in summer and warm in winter by No they want a man a big hearted level air pumped from the cave made an ex beaded aaat they believe they have periment last week in the house him in their midst and they call apon for the purpse which fully dem him to make the race his name is Shelby oostrat th feasibility of the undertak- Irvine In talking with the people we ing Tlie air was brought up through a have not for many many years heard 41 inch shaft which had U cn sunk to the such a universal desire expressed for any cave 01 feat 1k 1iw In le than an man to become a candidate for any place hour the teniiterature was reihicel from is now for Shelhy Irvine Will The tcmiN rature of the cave ir lay aside his own nenaanai pref is 50 the year round therby showing a erences as ao aeeade to this wish of his ting from friction and im countrymen We feel that he might and jierfect mnectionfi The exeriment was we trust that he will If so he can Ik eminently successful aud arrangment were assured that he will hear that Old made for the sjieily erection of a band- - Cnion haaMahai up one of those old and commodious hotel time majorities that wen- want togladden the heart of Democrats and send dismav SOMETHING SINUILAR into the ranks of the enemy Will he - said that after the sharjrs liad re come The office seeks the man It is lieved Mr Land of hie 5000 they rode an unsolicited honor Will he accept it Manv Voters ok Ixiox on the pike ojwnly and deliberately to Lexington arriving there alout i oclock A CARD in the evening They were seen on the road by various parties They put up thir horse and luggy at Adams liven T On Daannaaai of Madison County stable and went somewhere to rapper The regular election of Clerk of the They call- - for the buggy and horse at 10 Madison Circuit Court is not till August k and went on their way rejoicing 1 Which way they went is not known The I have served the paanla in that office poli e ol Ix xington hail been furnished for several years iast and they know me late in the afternoon pvr telephone w itli and know whether they are willing for information of the sw indie and w ith me to hold it longer and I do humhly men hone and buggy and submit to the wishes of my party whether 1 Ikreqneated to examine livery stabl her candidate policeman callel at Mr A lams stable I did not an to lecome a candidate for which is rather singular that place as yet for the reason tliat I did tOKrill Jnrnnl not wish to annoy the ln oplc or myself daring all that time but ascertain rumors LFRAi might work prejudicial to my interests I inpany has purchased the magnifi feel constrained topublish this statement Caart Luray Inn and the wonderful I have lKn informed that it has bana Luray Caverns Virginia together with told that I pledged myself that I would 2000 acres anperb land anrrounding not le a candidate for re election I the tow v bicb will bedrrided into sites state publicly that 1 never for residences ami business houses Alw or told any person that I ample tracts lor manufacturing purposes would not make the race I have on all which may be secured by solid enterpris occasions when 1 made any statement in es free of cost All plants established regard to my candidacy stated in sul here wUl be relieved from corporation stance that I did not know whether I taxes for ten years or longer lr addi Â¬ would be a candidate or not that I would tion the company lias secured over not hind myself but would hold myself acres of rich mineral lands including do as I thought liest at the time manganese iron copper lead ochres that there might le many changes I roofing slates marble and mineral might ish to beesane a candiilate and paints together with great tracts of beav- - might not The people might want me ibered lands suitable for manufac and they might not and that it would Ix turing purposes The manganese is of altogethei owing to cin urnatances 1 now best character and in unlimited uinounce tliat I expect at the quantity extending over a number of patapar time to be a candidate for the said mites in the foothills All the mineral office sul j of the Demo panpsrtaesare nearly adjacent I r tin cratic party Baa1Valley liailroad The company me capitalized si 2000000 Only 80000U Your bumble servant ban of 100 will be mrux now W H MlMKB Ad--uÂ¬ Â¬ i has lieen nonii n itod as a delegate from Lmisville to the Constitutional Convention The Falls City has a way of sclectinj the test men for bigh owt OHIO RE VEKN0N 0PEKA HOI SE Overture orchestra Prayer Rev W R Hading Song Star Spangled Banner lr fr Â¬ i Â¬ i Â¬ 1 -- I Â¬ I - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aa 1 Â¬ - - - Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Three suite have been filed in tbe Fayette Circuit Court for 1000 each against Ir James Lewis Howe lectured last the distillery firm of Wm Tair Co for evening at the Polytechnic society to a allowing slops to flow into thu town fork large audience on the subject of the Lou- Â¬ of Klkhorn jiolluting the waters isville tornado French A Co the circus men lost one In oiK niiig the lecturer called atten- of their big camels at Newport It died tion to the popular misc onception regard- just after being placed on a C 0 freight ing cyclones Cyclones are very differ- train It may truly be said that the cam- Â¬ ent from tornadoes being merely large els are going instead of coming Paris areas of low barometer or what is known M atom areas into which the winds are The Maysville Street Railroad was sold blowing art directly toward the center Saturday to Robt A Cochran W EL Cox hut spirally in a direction contrary to the and N C Cooper three of the wealthiest hands of a watch These cyclones are men in that city They will at once erect several hundn d miles in diameter and an electric plant and run their tare by move across the country usually from Btnitkon Jfaaa electricity south southwest to north northeast there A novel wedding took place in Boone lieing an average of abort one a week W Va the groom beirg 101 years A tornado is a very violent whirl of wind county OH the bride PL The best man was at of very small area rarely over a few hun- Â¬ dred feet wide in diameter at the ground the maid of honor 74 The bride was which may occur in the southeast quad dressed in her first wedding trousseau rant of a cyclone almt two hundred wbicb was made A years ago The sea island cotton crop in Florida miles or so from the storm center and move onward at abort the same rate as for the coming season is already planted It appears to the storm itself The Ixuisville tornado and h above the ground moved at the rate of forty two miles an be making a good stand Tht acreage is larger than it was last year and the plant- Â¬ hour Tornadoes occur only when certain con Â¬ ers are counting on a big crop the weath- Â¬ ditions are present the chief of which is er iKrmitting that there shall be a layer of heavy air J S Clark Co Louisville have just shore and a layer of decidedly lighter air received the reward of 400 for the best below The air abive will Ik heavy ow- design of ami the contract to build the ing to its lieing cold and dry that baWw Alamo Monument which is to be erected light from being warm and moist Under in front of the State Capitol Luilding at irenmstanees it needs but a start Austin Texas to the memory of the given and the light air 1k 1ow will rush of the Alamo up through the heavy air alnive and Col J W Sloss the pioneer iron manarts will be very likely to Ik- given ufacturer of the South died at Birmingin several places so that we find that ham Alabama aged 70 years Col Sloss when the atmosphere is favorable for was the head of the great Sloes Steel and tornado conditions there will lie a num Iron Company and has built half a dozen ber of different aornadoai in the name furnaces and developed a dozen or more section Thus there were probably seven coal and iron mines in the South well defined tornadoes in Kentucky iu Mrs Susan Crane Vogle business man- Â¬ March 27 OnFehraary 9 1184 there ager of the Womans Journal died in Bos- Â¬ were sixty tornadiK s in various parts of the United States including Mississippi ton Monday She first entered journal Tennessee Kentucky Illinois Indiana ism on the staff of the Western Spy in Ohio Virginia North Carolina Suth Sumner Kansas being one of the party Carolina and Georgia That day Ml who start ed the town of Sumner and were killed 2 00 wounded and 10000 named it after the Massachusetts statesman buildings destroyed Jones the man who was discharged That conditions may Ik favorable for tornado formation there must be a dec id from the navy van for aiding John Wilkes i d area of low barometer into which the Booth to escape will not enter a museum air rushes very rapidly The air coming but he will do the nextthingto it Seated down from the north and northwest is in the skiff in which he ierried Booth cold and dry and hence heavy The air across the Potomac he will be one of the from the south is warm and laden with attractions at the Atlanta Exposition moisture The heavy air seems to rise next fall and the light air to rush in under it on A relic of great value hasJiieen stolen the southeast side of the storm center from the army museum in the arsenal at and then the conditions are fulfilled Viena namely the field marshals staff When the light air once makes on open of ieneral Kadetzky given to him in ing through the heavy airalnive it rushes 1S50 by the Kinperor It was solid gold up w ith great rapidity and with a whirl- weighing three jmiuikIs and was studded ing motion owing to the motion of the with diamonds rubies emerai is and oth- Â¬ storm area There lK ing but little friction er precious stones we will have thus great force of rotation Henry Harlow an old man living at and owing to ceiitriirugal force a vacuum Shelby City died Friday night and his in the center of the rotating column into wife who is a young woman wanted to which the air from IkIow rushes carry- have the remains buried without the exing before it everything in its way We pense of a coffin but this not being percan illustrate this in a small way in an mitted she asked that the County Judge ordinary wash bowl by filling it with have a Imix provided as aha did nm water and then polling out the plug in want anything expensive the bottom The water rushes out with Judge James K Brown a brother of a spiral motion and the centrifugal force United States Senator Joseph E Brown causcs the the water to pass from the has announced himself a candidate for center and we have a hollow which may the Denaocrrtic OoaareanVanal nomina be called a water vacuum imitating the tion in Georgia to succeed Hon A I tornado Candler who dec lines a re elect on Judge ral maps were then displayed by Brown is an able and popular man and the stcreopticon showing the progress of will probably secure the nomination the storm area across the country begin A M Turner general manager of a big ing with s a m on Morch 86 in South farm in Martin county N C made quite ern Idaho and passing southeastward a record last hunting season lis a sports- Â¬ and then eastward and lastly northeast ward At 8 a m on the L7th it was man He killed 7 wild turkeys S17wQd central over Eastern Kansas with the re ducks 13 deers 20 foxes 7 otters 5 beav ers 17 coons 16 oposaaaaa and a large markably low barometer of Hi onarrelaamd rabinches and into to this depression the air nmberof partridges It is said also that he catches a was rushing with tremendous force On bits the strength of this our Signal Observer bushel of fish every day predicted lovernor Ross of Texas has prepared the probability of violent storm and enabled many persona to save a statement showing that last year 1540 ranch property The next amps were at 7ii was spent in that State for the educa B p m oa the 27th just at the time of tion of colored children an arnmnt pro- Â¬ the tornado and the storm was then cen- rated to them on their proportion to the tral over Central Illinois total jMipulation of the State They pay It is interesting to note that the atoraa of November ls three per cent of the taxes ind get IS 1879 followed the seme comae and was per cent of the fund In the hist decade central over Northern Illinois at i a m Texas has spent S4000000 on its schools just at the time the tornado of that for colored children date- paaasd over the southeastern portion Mrs V Jefferson Davis has written a of this eitv letter to her friend Col W 11 Ross of The next amp showed the different tor Macon ia announcing the engagement nadoes which occurred on March 1S of daughter Miss Winnie to Mr What amy be called tornado I entered Alfred Wilkinson of Syracuse N Y the state opposite Golconda HI did con Â¬ and states that the engagement bad the siderable danaage hi Livingston county approval of Mr Davis some tine before passed through Crittendon county and he dbetl Miss Winnie has sailed from was very destructive as it crossed Web Buaune and the wedding will take place ster county It then touched the aarth shortly after her arrival home ern adge of McLean county crossed HaE L Sexton disappeared from his loing much damage and ended by home near Plumville this county March crossing Baaeoek 2S and is still missing No trace of him Tornado II began near Grand Rivers has lieen found It is thought he is de- Â¬ Lyon county near Eddyville ranged He is alxuit five feet eight probably crossed Caldwell Hopkins and inches in height weighs aliout one hunMuhlenburg did some damage in cross- Â¬ dred and seventy iounds has red hair ing this along Rough Creek and ended and moustache sandy complexion and by crossing Preckinridge county This light brown eyes His wife offers a re- Â¬ track is unusually long and it is quite ward for information of his whereabouts possible inasmuch as the track is indis- Â¬ JKananaV abaaam tinct in three of the counties that it was Col Charlton H Way ex consul gen- Â¬ really two distinct tornadoes Tornado III passc d through Simpson eral to Russia has been appointed by county near Franklin through Allen Gov Gordon Commissioner from Georgia county and ended near Glasgow- - in Bar- Â¬ to the Worlds Fair in Chicago The ap pointments is one of the first made under ren Tornado IV passed through Sumner the authority of Congress Col Way was county and Macon county Tenn inflict Commissioner from Georgia to the in much damage but proliably did Worlds Fair in Paris in lSfi7 and again in UTS The other Commissioner from not enter Kentucky Tornado V was the I ouisville tornado Georgia has not yet lieen appointed but This BhVtod at the river southwest of it is not unlikely that Gen Jjongstreet Umisville but did not originate in Indi- Â¬ will be the appointee ana It crossed the city in a direction On Monday afternoon John Powers of slightly east of northeast skirted along Woodford and Wm Barnett cf Mercer the edge of Jefferson ville its right edge were arrested by Sheriff H C Smith and just touching the water works Proceed Marshal Win Waggener on charge of ing northeascrtly it crossed Oldham and fogery They liad presented a check for Beany counties art probably disappear Â¬ 100 at tbe Mercer National Bank bear- Â¬ ed beam Beaching Carroll county ing the name of Mr L Sea a merchant Tornado VI was parallel to this crossÂ¬ of Scaville Washington count but the ing Shelby county somewhat northwest cashier Mr Nuckols at once detected the if shelbyville and passed across the southfraud and promptly notified the officers ern part of Henry county The men were brought before Police Tornado VII was probably confined to Judge T M Cardwell who sent them be Â¬ Laurel county fore the grand jury They wen indicted The- Louisville Tornado probably did for the offense and placed in jail Har not touch the ground anywhere and it is laabbary Democrat very significant that the lower stories of While ranking the African in Africa few buildings were damaged A large quite low in the scaleof civilization Prof share of the destruction may be attribuof Johns Hopkim takes a ted to the suction in the interior of the Bloomfield hopeful view of the Americar African tornado On the south side of many Intermixture and contract with the high- Â¬ Streets the fronts of the buildings were er or Mediterranean race ha elevated torn outward while on the onsjaafte side him far alxive the Australian ind BSBM of the streets this was in no instance the other races His receptive faculty is In many cases the roofs were prob Â¬ large sulxirdinating the creative But ably raised by this suction and then drop within limitations be has achieved praise Â¬ at the 1nion Depot Inasmuch worthy results The Blooinfiell view as as the tornado did not strike the ground presented at considerable length in the a large share of the damage as at the of several reeeiit dates is Falls City Hall was due to the poor qual- Â¬ Baltimore Sun icntific- view postulated on exper- Â¬ ity of the buildings and it should 1k a ience among the negroes of the outh and lesson to the builders Had every build- Â¬ much ethnogical study It is free from ing in the tornados path beensulwtantial partisan bias and is moderately optimisit is probable that the damage would have tic IfanVmntoa Star been comparatively small No building could he strong enough to withstand an The foreign toliaceo markets liave taken actual tornado but much damage is caus Â¬ 20633000 pounds more of American leaf ed by the winds outside of a tornado and tobacco in the eight months ending with these a well built building may withstand February 28 1890 than in tae corres- Â¬ A naaabar of tornado vie as were shown ponding period of the past year This is to illustrate various points of the lecture an increase of over 22 per cent with an Dr Howes next lecture will Ik- - on increase in value from 14311521 to 17 Lite of the age of Coal Plants Courier 220150 Great Britain took ty far the Jntruoi largest amount oi any one country Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ he-riHÂ¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr James Lewis Hewe Delivers a course On These Storms- - from sympathy for the consumer the rail Â¬ way companies have reduced the cost of transjiortation to New York from 10395 to 86 per car lcod J W Harper sold this week to Col at P Pepper of Franklin county 30 acres of land situated on the Versailles and Midway pike one and one quarter miles from Midway ahd adjoining the Pepper farm recently purchased from the heirs of Mr John G Brooks Price paid 100 per acre cash Midmuj Upper W L Caldwell has sold to Bennett of Missouri 1 yearling jack for 450 same parties sold on Wednesday to C C Leer of Paris 1 yearling jennet by Cleaver 0 two other jennet colts at fJM each R Harlan sold to same 5 headof jennet colts one of them a suckling by Cleaver at 200 J K Baughman to same 3 jennets 800 for the three one of them was by Caldwells Iarrott and one by Smith Baughmans jack Joe Tarkington to same 2 jennets W T Wood to same 1 jennet for 378 for 150 Alex Cooper of Washington county 1 jennet to same for 100 Dan two-year-o-ld PAST ALLJRECEDENT Collectors Sale OF Over Two Millions Distributed LOTS EVERYONEACORNERLQT r CITY LOTS Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its franchise made a part of the present State Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place Semi Annually June and December and its Grand Single Number Draw ings take place in each of the other ten months of the year and are all drawn in public at the Academy of Music New Orleans La Â¬ roR TAXES I will offer at public sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky on SATURDAY HAT 17th 1890 Between the hours of 10 oclock m and 6 oclock p m the following property to pay the tax sessed against the same for the years 18S8 and 1889 Â¬ Â¬ Only a Limited Quantity on Hand and for Sale nly by HJStreng You are at liberty to make a thorough examination before purchasing No ar gument necessary to prove to you that our LOTS ARE BARGAINS a we arethe only ones that have rille cor Record DIED Mrs George Bowman died near Paint Lick in Garrard county on Monday Fount H Ross a prominent fanner of the Paint Lick vicinity died last week aged aliout l8 years Mrs Robert Eades died near Faxtowa in Madison county Ky on Thursday May 7th 18tK aged about 24 years Isaiah Finnell died at Kirks ville Mad ison county Ky on Saturday May 3rd 1890 aged about 75 years Interment in Richmond Cemeterv John Davis died near Red House in Madison county Ky on Monday May 12th IStoY after una weeks illness with pneumonia aged t4 years Interment in the family burying ground on Tuesday See notice elsewhere James Darnaby died near Chilesburg in Fayette county Ky on Thursday May 8th 1890 aged probably 75 years He was a prominent farmer of that sec- Â¬ tion and a pillar in Davids Fork Baptist He was a cousin of T S Ellis Church this place Mrs Mattie Taylor died at Blooniing ton Ills on Wednesday May 7th 1800 aged 25 years She was a grand daughter of Ijewis By bee this county and wife of Charles Taylor She was a faithful mem- Â¬ ber of the Baptist Church and leaves three children Mrs Mattie Mahone formerly of Fox town this county di d at Clay City in Powell county on Monday May 12 1WX of consumption She was a daughter of John i Cole and her mother preceded her to the grace by about two weeks Burial in Richmond Cemetery yesterday Mrs Nancy J Maupin died near Kings- Â¬ ton in Madison county Ky on Friday May 2nd IS aged abort MyeatB The funeral was preached at Mt Zion Christian Church on Sunday and the remains De deposited in Bkhanond Cemetery ceased was the widow of D C better known as King Maupin She was the mother of a large family of children in cluding Dr John V Maupin and was a sister of Mrs Wash Maupin and of the late Dr Charles Walker Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John C Miller at his farm six miles from Richmond pnd one and one half miles from Silver Creek stands his recent purchase Billy Lumjs 15 J hands high 4 years old by Lumps M8X sire of Annie Dickerson pacer 229J Lunette 22o Bessie 229 Snooks 230 First dam Lady Videsse by Vidette son of VIndex son of Bloods Black Hawk dam full sister to Richelieu by Mambrino Chief 2nd clam Betty B by Norman Jr son of Norman sire of Lulu 215 and May Queen 220 3rd dam Queen by Oliver son of the great four miler Wagner 4th dam by Wedlock a thoroughbred Price Â¬ We do hereby certify that we super vie the arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize WHITES the Company to use this certificate with 700 facsimiles of our signatures attached In Mrs EJ Miller One lot its advertisements COLORED oo George Bronston one lot- Sallie Blythe one lot 600 Burgoyne Breck one lot Frank Barnes 2 years one lot- 20 Tobe Chenault one lot 20 oo Frank Clay one lot Commissioners 100 James Harris one lot Mariah Irvine one lot 200 We the undersigned Banks and Bankers Henry Irvine one lot 200 will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana Green Owens one lot oo State Lotteries which may be presented at David Rodes one lot 100 our counters Martha Tribble one lot 20 R M Walmsley President Louisiana Robert Walker one lot 200 National Bank James Willis one lot 350 Pierre Lanalx President State Na- Joe Wells one lot 100 tional Bank Charles Yates one lot 250 A Baldwin President New Orleans J L BAXTER National Bank Collector 45 4S Carl Kohn President Union National Bank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lots of Bargains LOT NO LOT Consist 1 fff 17 Consists of Ladies and Children Ribbed Vcati at 15c ap N apiece Jersey of Ladies Jersey Ribbed Vf Â¬ MAMMOTH DRAWING At the Academy of Music New Orleans Tuesday June 1890 1 Public Sale Â¬ 8 Consists of a Good Standard Calico a 5c per yard rx 4 Consists of Good Bleached Domestic at 7iC per yard LOTS NO 5 6 AND 7 Consist of the Best LaJies Hose in the country at 10 15 and 25c a pair LOTS HO S AND 9 Consist of Elegant Ladies Handkcrc at 5 and ioc a piece at 25c LOT N LOT NO 10 Consists of Handsome Chailies at yard 5c per v v VI to C Fox at Foxs livery stable in Richmond stands Peavine Jr at Sl He is by ld Peavine and dam by Brink ers Old Drennon Mr Fox says this horse is the living image in style color and form of Old Peavine and posseeses all the show qualtities of his two great ancestors At the joint sale of yearlings in Lex ington on lat Tuesday fifty brought 32415 an average of gMMQ Among the best were Bay or brown brother to Longstreet by Longfellow dam Semper Idem Dwy- er Brothers New York 3000 Bay by Longfellow dam Anne Boleyn Milton Young Lexington 1200 Bay by Imp Deceiver dam Traviata Gus Straus Lexington 900 Bay by Leonatus dam Ollie B MelÂ¬ bourne Stud Lexington SI 000 Judge Arkel half brother to Princess Bowling by Imp Deceiver dam Katie Bowling J E Madden ftfiiiugkai T Â¬ 100000 Tickets at 40 Halves 20 Quarwill ters f 10 Eighths 5 Twentieths 2 Fortieths 1 LIST OF PRIZES 1 Prize of 600000 is 600000 I Prize of 200000 is 200000 I Prize of 100000 is 100000 At 10 oclock a m sell at public 1 Prize of 50000 i 50000 sale on the premises 4 miles from 2 Prizes of 20000 are 40000 Richmond on the Big Hill pike 10000 are 5 Prizes of 50000 10 Prizes of 5000 are 50000 toooo 25 Prizes of 2000 are Head of Thoroughbred 800 are 100 Prizes of 80000 600 are 200 Prizes of 120000 500 Prizes of 200000 400 arc As Trustee of R J White Sr and LrcY White the undersigned LOT NO 11 Consists of Beautiful Satteens at yard LOT NO IS c per nnwiiii AND HIGH GRADE I Consists of a No 1 Quality India Lia at ioc per yard LOT NO 13 Consists of Lovely Dress Good at per yard LOT NO 14 Consists of 36 inch Henriettas at c per yard LOT NO 15 Consists of 40 inch Henriettas at yard gac per approximation prizes i 100 100 Prizes of Prizes of 100 Prizes of 000 are Soo are 400 are - 100000 80000 40000 LOT POLLED ANGUS UTTU No II S TWO NUMBER TERMINALS Consists of a handsome Line of at 650 a pattern 199s Prizes of 200 are 3144 Prizes amounting to 399600 2159600 information desired write legibly to the undersigned clearly stating your residence with State County Street and Number More rapid return mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full addre- New Orleans La or M A Dauphin Washington D C By ordinary letter containing Money Order issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Draft or Postal Note fcy For Club Rates or any further ACENT8 WANTED IMP 3HT3STT DACPHIN Address M A l MXb Chestnut by Imp The Ill Used dam Augusta Milton Young Lexington Bay half brother to Wheeler T by Imp Deceiver dam Kitty B B McClelland Lexington 1050 Brown by Longfellow dam Locust Bloom Mat Sanson Lexington SI 450 Bay by Imp The Ill used dam W L Simmons Lexington Trinket 1400 Chestnut by Blue Eyes dam Etna Mat Simpson I xington SI 300 Bay by Imp Deceiver dam Bonnie Kate J 11 Davidson Lexington 10 50 Brown by Vocalic dam Vietta L C Bruce New York SI 000 The average prices and totals of the Loudon Stock Farm and Coldstream vearlings near Paris were given in The Ciimcx last Wednesday Among the liest animals we cpuote the following Bay colt brother to Bedford and the Lioness by Imp Billet dam Vega by War Dance- SS900 Bay colt brother to Hanover by Hin- Â¬ doo dam Bourfion Belle by Imp Bon Â¬ nie Scotland 3900 Bay colt brother to Balston by Imp Billet dam Villette by Virgil 5050 Buy colt brother to Perkins and Steve Stillwell by Imp Billet dam Jentling by Virgil 1200 Bay colt half brother to Ocean by Hindoo dam Sabina by Lexington Â¬ - A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from sugar rerd what he sajs 1025 Chestnut colt by Hindoo clam Sea Shell by Imp King Ban 1700 Bay colt by Leonatus dam Pattella by Pat Malloy 2400 Bay colt brother to Burton and Millie by Imp Billet dam Distraction by War Dance 1100 Chestnut colt brother to Madoline by Hindoo dam Mary B by Pat Malloy Â¬ Address Registered Letters containing Currency to Messrs F J Cheney Co Gentle- New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK I have been in the general practice men New Orleans La of medicine for most 40 years and would REMEMBER that the payment of say that in all my practice and experience Prizes is Guatanteed by Four National Banks of Orleans and the Tickets have never seen a preparation that I could are signedNewthe President by of an Institu9prescribe with as much confidence of suc- tion whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts therefore becess as I can Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by you Have prescribed it a ware of all imitations or anonymous great many times and its effect is wonder- Â¬ schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of the ful and would say in conclusion that I smallest part or fraction of a Ticket Issued OF- have yet to find a case of Catarrh that it by us in anv Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a would not cure if they would take it acswndle 48 2 cording to directions Yours truly L L GORSUCH MD Office 215 Summit St We will give 100 for any case of Ca- Â¬ tarrh that can not be cured with Halls As Administratrix of J F Cornelison OF I will on Catarrh Cure Take internally F J CHENEY CO Props Monday June 2nd 1890 Toledo O sell publicly in front of the Court House Sold by Druggists 75c 45 48 On Thursday May 15th 1890 door in Richmond at 10 oclock it being County Court day Louisville Tobacco Market I will offer at public sale aliout Forty Acres o Fine Timbered Head of Shorthorns all recorded By Olover A Dnrrett Louisville Tobacco or eligible to record and all right Ware House Among them are some splendid milkSales on our market for the week just ers and some extra good bull calves in Madison county The land is a part of the Newland tract and lies on the Big closed amount to 3148 hhds with receipts One two year old BULL a Roee of i I ill turnpike about 14 miles from RichPedigrees furnixbed on day mond The timber consists of a large for the same period of 1891 hhds Sales Sharon quantity of the finest oak pine and some on our market since January 1st amount day of sale At same time will sell SIX poplar There is also fine prospects for Sales on our market of YKARLING to 54184 hhds also two coal on the land It is also a fairly good STEERS the crop of 1SS9 up to date 31094 hhds d Allies by Vatican one agricultural farm This land is the proprllly by Vatican one 1 year-old erty of Dr J F Cornelison deceased The market is very strong on all grades Stallion by Vaticau will rent Co of burley tobacco in good condition which about 150 Acres of Blue Grass Land Tefms One third cash balance in 6 can be classed as good or better than mefor the remainder of year 1890 and 12 months in equal installments beardium leaf This week has been rather the Sale at my residence 3 miles from ing legal interest highest of the year for such tobacco The Richmond on Barnes Mill pike Sale This is known to be the bet body of common grades of burley have been irreg to commence at 10 oclock Terms timber in Madison county made known on day of sale MRS J F CORNELISON ulated with a tendency to still lower prices 47 48 J W EMBRY Administratrix 475We change our quotations slightly this Toledo O January 10 1S87 Â¬ Â¬ Consisting of 1 imported thoroughbred Cow 5 black and red Polled Angus Cows 8 yearling Foiled Angus Heifers and S two year old Heifers bred J yearling Polled Angus Steers one thoroughbred Polled Angus Bull three dry red Cows 5 Iolled Angus Cows and Calves 2 Yoke of Oxen Horses Mares and Colts consisting of one 3 year old gray gelding one filly one filly gelding one sorrel one 1 year-old mare a lot of Hogs 500 barrels of Corn in crib 500 pounds of bacon besides shoulder meat Farming Implements etc Will also rent some Grass Land Terms made known on day of sale J M FOSTER Trustee Z F Brsn Auctioneer three-year-old 47-4- LOT NO 17 Consists of Cassimeres at 35c per y LOT NO 18 Consists of Camlet Cottonadta per yard LOT NO 19 Consists of all Linen Towel at ioc a piece 1 LOT N M Consists of Beautiful Curtain Matcrii per yard LOT NO ui0 21 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a boy from 5 to 12 years old at fjoo LOT NO Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes tor a boy from 12 to iS years old j at Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes tor a man at 500 l n no as LOT HO LOT 1 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a man at 9j Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a man at 1000 Â¬ Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Â¬ PUBLICTSALE Real Estate LOTS 26 27 AND 38 Consist of a Suit of Clothes for a man at 1250 15 and iS Cannot be bought for less than 5 more on the suit anywhere in America LOT NO Consists of a Ladys Dongola Shoe at 150 i Button SHORTHORN CATTLE LOT NO 30 Consists of a Ladvs Custom made Dongola Button Shoe at 2 worth 250 Â¬ LOT NO 31 Consists of Ladies Dongola Button Shoes at 5 5 worth 375 LOT N 32 Consists of Childrens Shoes Spring Heel Dongola Leather sizes 8 to 12 at 1 U id LOT NO 33 Consists of Misses Dongola Button Shoes Spring Heelssizes 8 to 12 at 165 worth 200 three-year-ol- LOT NO 34 Consists of Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 150 World Beaters Â¬ LOT NO 35 Consists af Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 200 Hummers LOT NO 36 Consists of Mens Cordovan Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 275 This is a regular Corner Lot tun colt by Springbok Bay week dam Imp Queen Maud by King Tom 1350 Bay colt brother to Miss Motley by Imp Billet dam Lady Motley by Lexington 3750 Bay colt by Hindoo dam Brambaletta by Imp Bonnie Scotland 1350 Buy colt half brother to Catalpa and Mabel Glenn by Laaartua dam Cal phurnia by Julius 2025 Brown filly sister to Runnymede Barnes and Meriden by Imp Billet dam Mercedes by Melbourne Jr 2050 Bay filly sister to Maggie K by Imp Billet dam Miss Annie by Monarchist or Virgil 1500 Chestnut filly by Hindoo dam The Neice by Alarm 1250 Bay filly sister to Cameo by Imp Billet dam Caininie F by Imp Glenelg 2500 Bay filly by Hindo dam Emily Fuller by Imp Eclipse 1400 Bay filly by Hindoo dam Francisco by Leamington 3025 Bay filly by Imp Billet dam Czarina by Virgil 1060 Bay filly by Hindoo dam Jennie Blue by Imp Billet 1050 Chestnut filly sister to Hindoo Rose and Lillian Lindsay by Hindoo dam Delight by Jack Malone 1050 Â¬ Â¬ The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco crop of 1S89 Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 250 to 300 Colory Trash 3 00 to 650 Common Lugs not colorv 350 to 500 Colory Lugs 600 to 9 00 Common Leaf 700 to 850 Medium to Good Leaf 900 to i 00 Good to Fine Fillers 15 00 to 2000 Select Wrappery Tobacco 20 to 2650 Â¬ FOR MEN ONLY Honest toil dont stand a chance The more we work we have behind us Bigger patches on our pants Shakespeare LOT NO 37 Consists of Mens Hats at 75c 1 LOT NO 38 Consists of Mens Hats at Lives of poor men oft remind us Building Site A regular LOT NO 39 Consists of Mens Hate at 125 an position of the high prices of others ex- Â¬ LOT NO 40 Consists of Mens Hats at Worlds Fair 2 JkW W fhTf a regular But if these same men would do their trading at the Racket Bargain LOT NO 41 Store they would soon save enough money to buy a pair of new Consists of Full Regular Balbriggan Shirts trowsers for men at 50c LOT NO 42 aaffBau LOOK AT THESE PRICES Work Shirts from Suspenders from Socks from 6 Consists of Mens Pepperell Drill Drawers at 50c Â¬ 25 cents up LOT NO 43 Consists of Mens Overshirts at 50c Liver aud Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs isw the only remedy of its kind ever p duced pleasing to the taste rnd acceptable to the stomach prompt in 4h- its action and truly beneficial iu its eSecte prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY popular remedy known Syrup of Figs 13 for sale in 50c Danville Adrocn 1 bottles by all leading drugThe fruit stop promises to lie unusually and gists Any reliable druggist who large in California this year and the greater part of it will probably be dried may not have it on hand will proJAR E CANTRILL President W Z THOMSON Secretary cure it promptly for any one who as growers there have learned by experi Dr 8 F iANO Med Director DR V W HARDIN Oen At wishes to try it Do not accept any ence that dried fruit pays better than Calls attention to its Level Premium PUn of Insurance substitute and liberal of Pobcy Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurance given at canned PTo tbe CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO tanoy of life tbin providiK disability clause iu old age The South Carolina melon crop is to lie Police IncontesE except for fraud or non payment ol premium No SAN FHAHCtSCQ CAL restriction bV smaller than last yer and apparently lOWSYIUI KY HE TQM Ht travel or occupation Policies non forfeitable after three annual payment Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS Handkerchiefs Gallon Coffee Pot Three papers of Pins CMV13 Both the method aud results who Four dozen best Hooks and Eyes Syrup of Figs is taken it is nlaaaaat and refreshing to the taste ami acts Best English Needles two papers gently jet promptly on the Cdueya Two Balls White Darning Cotton ENJOYS cents up 5 cent up 2 for 5c up 18 cents 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents LOT NO 44 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at 75 cte 1 LOT NO 45 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at LOT NO i Consists of Mens Half Hose at Sc LOT NO 47 Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c LOT NO 48 Consists of Torchon Laces at 25c for 12 yard pieces 15 Hon Wm Berkele of Garrard has sold 200 lamlis for June and July delive- Â¬ ry at 0 and 450 The State Convention of the various branches of the Farmers Alliance of Virginia will be held in Lynchburg be-Â¬ ginning June 3 Woodcock Owens have bought this spring 1500 lambs from different parties in Boyle and adjoining counties for May June and July delivery at 6 to 450 n and First Door Above Farmers Bank LOT NO 49 Consists of a Line of Trunks at prices never before named nioEMoiffi LOT NO 50 Consists of hundreds of other Lots of which we hare not the room here to make mention Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society Assets Organized 1874 5675040 Â¬ Come to our great lot sal and ycu will carry away with you Lots of Lots that you will never have the opportunity to buy again Â¬ H J STREN6 toT5 Seller of Lots oi Bargains The tiaraett Haaae to Be Opea The iron front have been ordered and the old Garnett House will be remodeled Xtay 1 1890 Two business booses rdnMdT are to be fitted up one in the place of the dining room and the other in place of the barber shop and Are vou or or against free turnpikes plants for sale by SrhlcgeL See billiard room The intervening space will Tomato serve for oiiiv and entrance The new kctice dining aaaaa will upstairs Every- Â¬ tP iu uiai is lue thing alxmt the place is to be changed T pay tanr awtta A Tennessee hotel man well known here V Kyuitll i the proud possessor of is considering the proprietorship J 1 HE CLIMAX i new - M The thirty third annual commence Â¬ ment of Madison Female Institute will jntTrated take place in the Christian Church on Bsaasfl and h te fur sale See Wiggins Wednesday June 4th at 1030 oclock iihertix uient Baccalaureate sermon on the preceding Tin private ga- machine at the Glyn Sunday lon was a failure Art exhibition in the chapel Monday has Ixi n rvorganized and and Tuesday Rulewlale The minister to preach the baccalau rain put on the market reate sermon has not ln en chosen nor Met tin of Eijual Rights Society at has the orator who will address the grad- Â¬ wfafJan Hall this afternoon at I p m uates Mr I K Baldwin is building a nice Caal ia the Soar WeedslujiArni on his farm West of Richmond A year or so ago coal of a good quality Williamson will at once was discovered in the county lictween jtv erti I a Illt- nwivmr iu uiiui oiuiuuu Waco and College Hill fash Maupin an artist in iron in that vicinity was in The Suiith Ballard contested election aaaraj eat Monlay with other samples of iht- Third Ward 1ms been dismiss- coal ju t discovered He had tested them in his furnace and they didnt come out Pabfie siileof T E EL Imistons bena like the Hebrew children unharmed morrow at p m Sev but burned up like any other peed coal The Waco Mining company want to lease rain continues to get in its work the lumls but a new company is to be Ike or three times a week as it has done formed Â¬ i -- Tbe Kirksville Fair Company lias bean r I Conneareneat From Galvanism to ieg ami Magog Splendid speed recently marks the proÂ¬ gress of Aidens great popular Manifold Cyclopedia The sixteenth volume exEarthquakes strike terror to mankind tendi from Galvanised Iron to Gog and Magog This odd beginning and ending and cholera brought sorrow to our poulillustrates the magnificent scope ot the try men until Ganters magic chicken cholwork taking in as it does the very latest era cure was sold here bv Stockton STATE OF KENTUCKY discoveries of science and the remotest Brooks Richmond Ky it CRT traditions of antiquity and all between WOOL Clerks Office I including an unabridged dictionary of lanRELIGIOUS We want 100000 pounds of wool for Marr E DeBoe Pa guage as well as a cyclopedia of universal JRDER nst which we will pay the highest market Lord delivereth him out of them all she lixiks younger She is slender and J T DeBoe Defendant There are six counties in Kansas which knowledge The small hamiy volumes Covington Arnold ii Bro price ff and file This day came well formed and her lace is a fine type are without regularly onranized Sunday contrasting so remarkably with the usual Free Turnpikes 45- unwieldy quarto or octavo volumes of of blonde beauty brilliant complexion sclnxil associations Hon W B Smith has had passetlalaw ot r the Icf cream furnished in quantities for and large blue eyes fine teeth and curlElder B C Hagerman w ill preach next other cyclopedias the large handsome Hoe wife ot the de for free turnpikes in Madison county families and parties at greatly reduced tendant ing Lolden hair J T DeBoe to use enjo Sunday at Mt Sou Church at oclock type the numerous illustrations the exThe law eaaposrera the County Court of Z T RICE h CO ivey for cellent printing and the neat strong bind- rates Ix nora her step mother anil a friend in the afterrnxm All are invited Claims to buy any pike in the county or any proper r may a ing are features which every cue can apWaal Wanted any portion of any pike or all of them went to Maysville to attend the circus Cardinal Gibbona has been made an preciate and not less nil the majority of Jack visited them at the hotel and bee and as the Court may see fit The law further honorary member of the Vanderbilt Be by Covington Am iooc readeis appreciate tbe wonderfully low fore the jH rformance that night empowers the Court to lease a gate or Bro nevolent Association of Charleston S C se of her price 75 cents a volume for cloth bind any number of gates on any road or any orur to Aberdeen and hurried to Squire Eleven Episcopal ministers from Louis ing If your kidneys are inactive vou will property by will or deed and oral Maaaie Beaaheye office That gentleman Ji lor halt Morocco A sample volamber ol roads as an experiment tosce ville were present at the 66th annual counume may be ordered and returned if not feel and look wretched even n tbe is famous as the greatest advocate and Ordered T if the roads are really worth to the own- Â¬ cil of the Episcopal Church held at Verfor a J Specimen pages free John cheerful society and melancholy on the satisfactory and the c prai tical encourager of matrimony in the Another Familiar Institution Bast tie ers thereof as much as they may ask the sailles last week n one of B Alden Publisher New York world The Squire asked no questions Chicago jolliest occasions Dr J H McLeans Samuel Shearer Sr was dangerously Who thought ten years ago that the county for them If the Court shal think nond Kv at least The new Christian church in this city or Atlanta Liver and Kidney Balm will set you right it sick last week but is now batter He is millstone that implement so common in it feasible to pur hase then the county but seeing two loving hearts palpitating Jourt one of the finest structures in the State again One Dollar per bottle 40 5J A Cun vears old all countries and in all ages would ever shall le taxed to pay for the same and before him saw his duty clear and plain J A Davis drummer for a Cincinnati will be dedicated on the first Sunday fan W II MILIFR In a very short time the couple which tea house was found dead in bed at Hotel DKlNKKNNKos LlQlUR HUMT ln all Mr R 11 Burnam of the Fanners tx- displaced I Yet it will soon lc a thing the turnpikes so purchased shall le free June Gnrfiab JaVicmy M John Be had entered as Jack Robinson and Ieno Nicholas Nicholasville last Wednesday the World tin re is hut One ore of Ihe dead paat mere memory save to the public The question must first Kink will build a large brick attorney The Baptist Bixik Concern has pur night Cause of death unknown ra Smith hastened back to the ferryboat Dr Hilars tloMei Samite however lie submitted to a vote of the Bi a relic or a door step a ataV n m Smiths addition chased the Western Recorder the organ and under the shelter of one name--It cun of Ian or enSfeje vti in And now the axle tree is destined to go people Misses and Childrens Slip- Â¬ Womens of that denomination published in Lfm Mr Mi swain and family of Irvine It is now time that the subject f free Mrs John Robinson Jr as the millstone has gone We saw yes PET1TIQNF0RFEME SOLE Rev Dr Eaton will pers at isville for 2HK Borne scientist has advocated a theory have bought the Parrish property on Or terday a wagon whether the patient is Talk with without axles and it is turnpikes lc investigated mi alcoholic wreck Thoowi 4S- Vories SciioolfieiI ft Co- be retained as editor and W P Harvey as heredity rct anl taken possession liave lM n rur i u said to Vk far sujerior to the old way of your neigh bors and friends and see what that there is no such thing In Uieir business manager No more conclusive prove of the falsity A Texas debating society recently had Hraetflenet to liy STATE OF KENTUC I The Stale Pharmaceutical Association making wag m Pope by the post olln e you think aboatt it The question is will of it can be found than this elopement Elders Wm Rupard of Clark county for a subject Is it proper to sound the llieinran tree will No liarmfu will ivnvene in Richmond on next has one on exhibition If you travel you pay tax or pay toll stills from its iiiiiniuistriitioii in May 13 Clerk of the husband old John and Bmat of Indiana will preach at the r in dorg teeil Semi for circular ml full Wednesday May Llst in annual session much your individual interest demands On the side James B Franc Aihtrcss in confidence ihhhes i ki i leaf Turnpikes John Robinson eloped with his wife Predestinarian baptist Church three IS6 Kate t Cineiunal 17 that you pay tax provided you do not and Larr tnrtaius Fitzpatrick fc Co call the attention of Hon W B Smith says that he has se Â¬ own too much taxable proerty If you Robinson the second present owner of miles east of Richmond ou the Irvine Fannie Francis farmers to their Moline tongue and cured five or six charters within the jiast Fresh bread always on hand Our Lace Curtain stock is complete in Charleston pike Monday after noon at oclock May e lav came kind then you the circus stole his bride are the lens cultivators and Buckeye self 4S- 40- Crooke Bennett Crmston ZT RICECO S C when she was a school girl On few days ior turnpikes in this county 19th Everybody invited should pay toll unless your fates are binding reapers and the wifes side Amor Smith Sr married One of the lines projiosed ia from Red meager Highest market price for 100000 lbs A new womans club in London the Rev Flisha Green colored of Mavs-without letting anybody know about it BM of Clays Ferry was in House ly way oi the Martin Green Dr of wool Mr go ville has been paatorof the High Street Somerville has Soo members Bed there is another view Ksides your while Amor Smith Jr married Miss C town on Saturday and said his brother French and Milo Baxter places to Mc 45-Bro in ton- - Arnold baptist Church in this city thirty five personal interest which is better for the William Hesky Perhin Collars and Chains Sinnett in 1887 without even telling his Cordsgate Another is from Shearers public good to pay of her co Green recently shot and dangerously years He is greatly beloved by his con Â¬ or ho pay toll lazea Khl il A few years ago a son of the gate half mile beyond McCords to children THIN COLUMN iel in Texas would get well gregation and tliey expect him to remain Rest make c Kid Koylesville Another is to run from Red I have an excellent lot of collars collar toleetor and brother of Lcnora surprisA Big Damage Snit W Bourne has baan seriously Mrs Rockcastle county has a family named their pastor m long m he lives Paril pads harnef chains back bands and other Gloves ever in tovn Every pair guaran- property she now o House to Runyons schoolhouse ed his father one rainy evening by bringA an A big damage suit has been brought in sik but is now much improved Her teed Crooke Bennett i Urmston her huband and to ing in a young lady and presenting her Cherry That is gaud news for wood Â¬ The other two or three charters are for things for plowing the Bell County Common Pleas Court Mrs Kemp of Lexington is with Rev J O Bruce preached Sunday at peckers 40- and be the western art of the county as his wife GEORGE W PICKELS 4- 1 G Slaughter ham sued the Cuuder her Her sisler Mrs Prewitt has iMcn trade in her own name and to dispose of The match is a very excellent affair Chicago girls now -- est their little heads the thriving new city of Middlesbo rough Burnam Hume are ager Heavy Mails land Qap Building and Improvement Co from a money standpoint Garibaldi s son Menotti is a member of her propert attending to business during Mrs By his moth- on pillows stuffed with the love letters Brother Bruce has probably been fan the tamenwas Postmaster Willis kept count of the for 20000 damages for an allege I viola- Â¬ ers death young Jack tell heir to about sent them ministry longer than any preacher fan the Italian Parliament and an alderman of class insurjree companies Try them Bournes illness Baltim an unmarried woman SiS- Kentucky and certainly any in Danville Rome mail that was debited in the Richmond tion of contract The circumstances of 100000 of which his father and Mr Oil Ordered Tha fioooo Dp The Mt Vemon Signal begins a para the case as near as could be learned are Bobfanaon are yet the guardians Then office last week anil it was enormous Forty seven years ago Brother Bruce was CrociV suffocations night coughs and the petition and the ob f be A beautiful line of Flannel Shirts tt graph with the statement that Mr Vow ITeaaTasjry v Moulton and Boanlman The 2 cent letters numliered 4SO0 Gov- abend as follows Some time ago a scheme his father is owner of the Robinson cirall the common affections of the throat published in one of the pastor of the Methodist church this all prices aV If it had said Mr els has a letter the water works men liave jaid 10000 ernment letters 7Si hshed in Richmond Kv was started to build a hotel in Middles city fhnmamt dabeeuati otlieial letters 7 and luns quick cus hmakbm real estate and other valua by Dr J H VORIES SCHOOLFIFLD Co 4- 8on their purchase of the gus works and deep Ix rough It ble propertaea It is estimated that be is better has a vowel we would have lx on Queensbury Heights letters 75ft foreign letters McLeans Tar Wine total n The protracted meeting at the First 40 52 tourt H water and electric light franchises letters ilUV Postal When 3 011 are constipated with loss of anil worth fully SI H 000 and has ti child- lieved it just as readily cards 1MS Total was to Ik- known as The Katydid W II k Presbyterian Church conducted by the you to buy 1 If That means water works and no mistake earraepeedeeee irrcy A Copy A When the Winchester Sun rooster of appetite headache take one of Dr J II This docs not in was to be a model of elegance and beauty ren 74l pastor Rev Thomas Cummins assisted Buggy or Carriage call OU Donelson for w is Miuan e Mr and Mrs Robinson have not seen one mild summer esaavn to lecture The by Rev Rolxrt Caldwell of Louisville McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pellets clude letters received at the office from Mr Slaughter who u the proprietor of timie Csnnaadrrv ohn Bennett and cheapest the Dripping Springs summer resort in each ether abaca the morning after the Climax veteran of fifteen severe winters continues An unusually large attend Â¬ They are pleasant to take and will cure he has the other offices The annual session of the irand Com 4S sO Lincoln County was to Ik- manager The wedding He was with the circus here then the aforesaid nxister should have ance and great interest manifested About you 25 cents a vial 40 52 k f caaan soda water at Vs Official packages weighing 24 tnandery of Kentucky is in session in Monday his wife is at her fathers home credit f r at least an abundant supply of thirty additions up to yesterday Z T RICE V COS ounces Second class matter 47 pounds CumlH rland Gap Improvement Co The table upon which Oliver Cromwell 45- Sir Knights S II Stone Lmisville The through its president it is claimed con for the present an they bad not anticipat gall a churnfull to my the least The meeting will not close before Sunday signed the death warrant of Charles I was Morris Fvans P W Tnbble and W F Fourth class matter 99 packages weighHMD Ioumls of Wool tracted to build the hotel and have it ed the disclosure of their marriage and poet evidently had the editor of the Sun night Is M ounces Wraj - are in attendant sold recently to a London antiquary for Sir Knight ing I38 on We want ioooro pounds of nasi in his minds eye when he wrote the ap Â¬ The time the young couple have made no plans first of May completed by the St lie i Junior Grand Warden ami in peil parcels 10 weighing 200 ounces 710 At the meeting of the Trustees and CoviNo ton Arnold S Bro 45- pended lxxtiful pome Tht is heavy work when the fact is is now up ami the Katydid fails no show the line of promotion to le made Senior Board of Directors of the DanviDe Theo- Â¬ Doneison has a quantity of new SulA wasp went buzing to his work and considered that more mail comes into up and so far as known no move has Kit Carson a Famous Madison Connty Boy irand Warden GO TO fan this city Wed kies Surries and Buggies of the newest Who Figured iu tin- Komaiicc of many things did tackle he stung a lxiv logical Seminary held Mr lxH n made toward its erection bred bi Si Richmond than goes out nesday it wm determined to immediate- and most popular patterns and at very K border History and then a dog and made a nxwter cackle Slaughter claims that he has Ix en dam Sadden Death The wet weather is over and the ground ly begin the erection of a handsome new reasonable figures Central iniversity Commencement of A At last npon an editors cheek he settled aged to the amount of 20000 and has Christopher Carson or Kit Carson Lun John Harris a found dead at his fath- v ov tne miaale win oe arv enoc The ltith annual commencement of brought suit for the same He has en as bitter known to tlie readers of Western down to drill he prodded there for half edifice The new building the estimated On last Wednesday evening at 9 oclock of m near Inion City this county Central Iniversity will be held in next week In the mean time drop in cost of which iaaboul 125000 will Im- lothe gaged Hon W 0 Bradley as bis attorney history was a native of Kentucky and an hour and then he broke his bill at the Gait House Louisville Mr Was and buy your aliout oclock Friday evening last He college ehepel oat Wednesday June 11th collars hames trace chains BILLY L cated on Walnut Street at the junction of and the case promises to Ik- an interetsing Was bom OU Tates creek in Madison Scott son of Squire J II Scott who lives back bands plow li nam of Thus Harris and was alxmt ABOUT RAILROADS Danville Advocate Harrodsburg Avenue beginning at 10 a m one The fetilwilaiiil lap Building ami county December 24 1800 This fact is four miles from on the Lexington pike twenty five years old He was delicate GEORGE W PICKFL The baccalaureate sermon on the preÂ¬ Improvement Co is an otlspring of the not generally known even among those President Hemdon of the Madison was married to Miss May Parrish of The Kentucky Inion Bridge across the and six weeks ape had a severe case of ceding Sunday by Rev W H Neel of County Sunday School Inion reports Chilesburg rough Town Co and the Amer- lovers of the romance of lxmler history Apron 0 imls Middleslx North Fork near Beattyville has again Winchester Sun pneumonia and bad suffered for some Covington that the annual meeting held last week PED ican Association and whorshiped Kit as their ideal hero washed away Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron itli va ular disease of the heart A nobby line of Straw Hats at Sermon Sunday night in First Presbywith the Christian and Presbyterian Bun The case will come up at the May term and prince of hunters trappers scouts Goods fToajn who leased the Ken Mason VORIES SCHOOLFIELD Cos day Schools at Kirksville was one of the 4S- terian church before the Y M C A by of the Court of Common Picas Ihtc mountaineers Indian fighters etc His State Mediral Society 40-- Crookf Bennett by Mambrino c Irmston tucky Midland for five years from the Dr R G Blank of Bt Louis held Tin- exercises were held The rules of the London clubs are strict Ul Mtwmgrr father was Lindsay Carson and is believed Construction Company will add consid best ever The annual meeting of tbe State Med y accidents occur in the None Freoj enti Annual oration btfoHJ the Literary So- Â¬ One Brooks forbids strangers to have come front Virginia originally erable new rolling stock and otherwise in the Christian Church according to the indeed iety - in session at Henderson household which cause burns cuts sprains Important to Beneficiary Associations cieties in the chapel at 8 oclock Monday A member About the close of the war of 1812 be reÂ¬ improve the road They took possession program published in the last issue of the coming to dine on Sundays Prs Win Jennings J M Poyntz J W dam bv Medock a night by Ex Chief Justice William No organizations in the United States moved to Howard county Mo then the Ciim vx The attendance was remarkably brought the Prince of Wales there but he and bruises for use in such cases Dr J Harris A W Smith and S M Letcher last week Iurin A Lindsay of Frankfort large The icpuita showed a larger urna- - was censured bv the committee all the II McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has have multiplied more rapidly in the past verv confines of civilization in the Far left yesterday to attend Miss Minnie Stanford and Tumersville precincts in berof children in attendance at the Sun Â¬ for many years been the constant faorite Tuesday morning at 9 oclock meeting ten years than the sick benefit funeral same There are those still living in West Leather accompanied her cousin Dr familv remedy 4o 2 of the Board of Curators and other kindred so- Â¬ Madison county who reaaaaabethe fami- Lincoln county voted upon the ques Â¬ day Bchooh throughout the county than Class day ex aid Letcher and will visit friends in Hender Old people suffer much from disorders tion of taxing the two districts 20000 to ever before reported Especially to begin at 10 am Meeting of cieties fur Kent lybsBBfm son of the urinary organs and are always er of As they are generally confined to those When young Christopher was seven pay the right of way far the Cumberland reports came from the eastern and souththe Alumni Association aud annual ad Two four room C Valley Railroad The majority far the ern parts of the county The citizens of gratified at the wonderful effects of Dr J An I enseal Honorhunting expe- Â¬ Final celebration of the who are in the humbler walks of life the teen years old he joined it 4 p m Read H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm in course of construction Â¬ gxxl they have done is inialculable car dition which initiated him into border tax was large and the people were en- Kirksville and vicinity spread a bounti Minva Pheljis has been elected Literary Sx ietios at S p m 4t- C T WELL banishing their troubles One Dollar per of it aid ho thousands of excitement and gave him a taste for the thusiastically in favor ful dinmr thereby maintaining their VIIrvuar substantial of her class and Chairman Will Vote on tbe School House 40 52 Good progress has Ix en made on the H long establish ed reputation in that line bottle stricken families and inspiring those who the free wild life he ever afterward lived of its Executive Committee at Welles Representative Smith has had n law are fortunate enough in being memliers The vast plains of the West bad a fisci- - N 1 15 Railroad in this county not The ladies ofJKirksville fan their relations Dr Rosa Kerschbaumer is the first Cotton Lisle thread and silk boa liege near Boston This is an honor passed whereby the tax payers of Rich with a courage which might not exist in nataon lor him beyond all things dee withstanding the w eatiier has been against to the church and the table can ant h woman licensed to practice medicine in Ladies and M rarely conferred except on advanced mond w ill have an opportunity to sn at their hearts without them Austria She is said to be an uncommon- Â¬ 40- - Crooke Bennett ft Uaatn Like Daniel Boone he could not stand it a meat portion of the time Bnisster eclipsed honor students of several years attendance in the pxlls whether or not they are in favor ring ly able oculist The memlKTs of these organizations the smoke of civilization and be despised At Co have 100 hands at work now and Miss Minvas record at that school Advice to Mothers K of a public school building to cost some will Information Wanted onM always ol lie irlad to learn that Hon Bobert P its restraints and luxuries MrsWnfsuiwssT Welleslev is certain v an enviable one lor eight more than two links of the road bed have sired be used when children era entan teeth It re where from SI 5000 to 17000 The bill Porter Superintendent of the Eleventh years he WW a trapper and for a simitar been graded up t this date For sick headache female troubles IVrwiVcs Central Citv Kv May 10 UN tiere the little raCtrmtoore it produces aitnrsl ters roadsters horse Leg Mangled neuralgic pains in the head take Dr J H provides that the amount shall not go Census will endeavor to secure the sta- period he was chief hunter for the garri- Â¬ Sun quiet sleep nod the little cherabawmkeens bright Smtar s the Ghana ma a button is Tt ry pleamnt to taate It it McLeans Little Liver Kidney Pellets 25 Joe A Myers son of Wil- above 130000 and I llipnwi ibIImi trustees tistics of the noble work the Bloods Black Hawk he bv The Commissioners named in the act soothes the child softens the irum- alliyiaU pain son at Rents Fort For almost the rePlume announce that I am anxious to reirt ate- the bowels and is the bt st known remedy per cent and liam Myers residing on East Main street to issue bviuls learing cents a vial Vindea is by 40 52 doing and it is safe ts say that mainder of his life he was guide scout incorporating the Richmond and are hear bum some one acijuaiuteil with the for diarrhcBa whether nruini from re- thing or im bv tayable in twenty years m Richmond was playing with some other causes Twenty flre cent a bottle Railway Company met last week and facts net forth In low no other branch of the const s will In and Indian fighter on the Western fronrer Trunks Valises and Lmbrellas at JOHN lys at the K C turntable While the This bill is iu part a aahatabaha for the more interesting tier He acted as guide to Sen John C Jas A Headlv wm chosen Chairman and Any one having any knowledge of the 48- Vories Schdolfikld A Cos power of the trustees to levy a tax of 25 massive table was in motion Joe fell in The business of gathering the data has Fremont in his celebrated exploration C 11 Stoll Secretary Sfixk to the amount marriage of Lucretia Palmer insured Yot will have no use for spectacles if front of it and Ixith banal of the right cents en the 100 for as many ears as been placet in charge of Mr Charles A beyond the Rocky mountains in 1H42 and of 180506 was subscribed and a meeting Miss Sallie Moran and Mr Frank Clay you use Dr J 11 McLeans Strengthen nee Maupin an King Maupins place leg just alxive the ankle were crushed may necessary to build the house but Jenney s oial agent of the insurance in 1843 1 considered at that day one of of the stockholders called at the County near Kogersville Ky about USA will both of Paris were married in Cincinnati ing Eve Salve it removes the film and Drs Foster and Jennings report it a se it does not takeaway that lxiwcr So the division IB William Street New York the grandest achievements of the time Judges office Saturday 17 They propose confer a great favor ami lie rewankil ly Tuesday scum which accumulates on the eye balls question after all is not simply one of for City and all associations throughout the rious Carson gives the following account of a to enter at once upon a preliminary sur- writing to me Licretia Palmer subdues Inflammation cools and soothes Cashmere Ombre or against the school building bat one of United Stati s whether incorjxirated or night attack of Tlamath Indians This vey with a view of pushing the work BoxC For the Dcfredaat the irritated nerves strengthens weak and whether the building shall be erected by private should assist by sending to him was the only night in all our tavels ex Â¬ We have the novelty of the season in failingsight 25 cents a box The case vgainst the Irvine Turnpike tax of 25 cents on 40 2 the 100 or the Bets of the address of their principal officers cashmere ombres A Chance for a Fortnne W itboat Work The condemnation suits by the Richcept the one night on an island in tin W W Pigg President Company for Ixinds to run twenty years The trustees Imcerfect digestion and assimilation TO Ttir Any one interested in the sick benefit Salt Lake that WU failed to keep guard mond Nicholasville Irvine Sc Beattyville Great curiosity was shown as to who was 40- - Crooke Bennett Sc Crmston failure ha keep the road in good condition signify their intention of building the funeral aid and death beneficury produce disordered conditions of tl As the men wen tired and we expected Railroad against the Brown heirs was favored by Fortune in the Grand Monthly was tried at the Court House in this place Bennett Branham auctioneer sold on tern which grow and are confirmed by house one wav or the other of the United Statescan help make no attack the Colonel didnt like to ask tried in the County Court last week and Drawing of the Louisana State Lottery at last week and the jury returned a ver Court day 22 shares of Bank of Wood- neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthened s Â¬ the jury gave the dcfcnilantsl0SO0 dam New Orleans on Tuesday always TuesA Farmer Citizen Head the statistics of their organizations for the it of them but set up late himself dict for the read The case came upsome ford stock as follows Five shares at 12 Cordial and Blood Purifier by its tonic forthcoming census more coiiplote and and I were sleeping together and we ages leing a raise of 2500 over w hat the day April 15 Genls G T Beauregard Two weeks ago The Cumx briefly but was filed aw ay with leave 12 shares at 124 and 5 shares at 115 properties cures indigestion and gives tone disseminate the knowledge oi the good were waked at the same time by the licks Commissioners assessed their damages of La and Jubal A Early of Va as to re docket It was brought up again announced the death of P H Davenport Versailles Sun per bottle to the stomach work they are doing by sending the names of the axe that killed our men At first In the case of John Myers who was a usual gave their personal attention to the The The Danville Advocate says with the result noted Ticket No 21303 Look at our Men Women and Chil- Â¬ of such societies as they mar know of I didnt know it was that hut I called to tenant on the Allen farm the jury raised entire distribution of Mr P H Davenport oc death Residences Purchased offi basil who was on that side Whats the his damages from 2o the amount assess Â¬ drew the First Capital Prize of 300000 drens Shoes Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago April 15th and the addresses of their priicipal curred at Seymour 111 48- Mrs E J Shackelford has bought of Mr Davenport was born near Danville cers to Mr Charles A Jenney Special matter there Whats that fuss about he ed by the Commissioners to SI 40 These It was sold in twentieths at 100 each Vories Schoolfield Co FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK and Lonis Railway Mrs Lizzie Shackelford corner of 4th in 1803 near the present site of the fair Agent of the Eleventh Censrs 58 Wil- never answered for he was dead then are the last of the railroad suits the right One was held by Mrs M Tandy Nyack Rev Wm Barnes who preached the i POVKU K of Speedwell Is a candi Avenue and Oak streets her residence grounds in the house- just lieyond the liam Street New York City poor fellow and he never knew what of way now being completed leaving but N Y and Jno S Lewis Meriden Conn wii L sell- funeral sermon of Daniel Webster died date for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison and grounds Price 11000 killed him his head had been cut in his little doubt that the road will be com- Â¬ one collected through First National in county subject to the action of the Demo- Â¬ 111 toll gate on the Perryville turnpike He Friday Jacksonville A Smooth impostor 46- cratic party Mrs Henry Butler has bought the Dil was eighty seven years old at the time of sleep the other groaned a littled as he pleted and in running order by October Bank Jersey City NJ one by A S lingham residence in the eastern suburlis his death In cases of Fever and Ague the blood Anderson Chicago 111 one bv Bell Great caution should be exercised in died The Delaware we had four with 1st ilidmiii CHpper He left this place before the from the Richmond Investment Coni formation of Boyle county moving to bestowing aid upon supposed unfortuusi were sleeping at that time and they Evsters Bank Duluth Minn one bv Otis is as effectually though not so dangerously To all prominent points in the West and PERSONAL Edwards Boston Mass one by a Cor- Â¬ poisoned by the effluvium of the atmosIany Price 5000 Possessioa June 1 Richmond this State from which town nates Every few days some fellow with sprang up as the Tlamaths charged them Southwest North wes and Southeast Both projKfties are desirable respondent Verdi Nevada one by Phil- phere as it could be by the deadliest poison he moved to Seymour where his death an arm in a sling his head or foot in a One of them caught up a gun that was Mrs G W Willis is visiting in Louis- Â¬ lip Reichwein Indianapolis Ind one by Dr J H McLeans Chills and Fever Cure Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office occurred at the ripe age above mention- Â¬ bandage or tied up in some similar way not loaded out although he could do no ex ville HUI Beaght will eradicate this poison from the system at Richmond Ky week ending May 13 Miller Chicago 111 and telling a wonderful story to match ecutionhe kept them at bayfighting like a Felsenthal Gross Roliert L Potts late of Stanford but ed Mr Jerry Sullivan was in Frankfort one by Thos L Watkins West End Fifty cents a bottle 1890 comes along asking for help He has been soldier and didnt give up until he was 40 52 -- ox Patrick Henry Davenport came to formerly of this place and his brother-in-lalast week Central S C one by J C Higgs ConBallard Sonny Jackson Chas T Richmond as a portrait painter and in a wreck a cyclone a flool or a fire shot full of arrows three entering his Mrs John Mills formerly Miss Lettie Bout I Rolert Duerson of Paint Lick Mr Harry Hanger returned Saturday way Ark etc Ticket No 27904 drew Miller Mary and everything was swept away and he li enrt He died bravely As soon as I Bibb of Danville died last week at Holly Barnard Charlie 2 North Mary purchased on Monday Whites Mill at doubtless some of his aintings are yet to was badly hurt besides These systematic had called out I saw it was Indians in from Staunton a the Second Capital Prize of 100000 also 1k found alxuthere He finally embark All tickets good returning thirty days Miss Cowan Marv Newland Sarah Whites Station on K C R R and wiH One to Mrs Bernard Springs sold in twentieths robbers find many victims ard laugh in the camp and I and Owens together cried Prof John Burnam of Georgetown from date of sale Stopovers allowed at Dudley W H Parke Ira T proceed at once to add the roller system in the hotel business and conducted the all principal points in the territory to Manning 1014 Walnut Street St Louis Summev Geo Eagler D E Wall Papers Davenport House in the same building their sleeves a they go away while the out Indians There were no orders giv was in Richmond Monday and other important features which tickets are sold Garlan Ellen Todd N more generous than though ful donors en things went on tx fast and the ColoMrs Jennie Lackey has returned from Mo one to James Forest Philadelphia now occupied in part by The Climax Largest and cheapest line of Wall Pa- Hall Ab Mr W W Potts recently sold his mill- Â¬ Todd Magge G Miss aJawrThis is the opportunity of a life- Â¬ Pa one to Metropolitan National Bank pers in town think they have done something to alle- Â¬ nels had men with them who didnt ix xington and Mt Sterling After a time he removed West Hockerdav Thos Vernon Minnie Mrs time to visit the territory named and we ing interests at Stanford 111 one to Richard Fitzpatrick Chicago viate the sufferings of a poorunfortunate have to le told their duty The Colonel Hibbard Wm would invite cor respondence on the sub- Â¬ Miss Margaret Kimiaird of Danville 40- - Crooke Bennett Urmston The Ranks Thinning III one to EL Only a little while ago we vrotc up a and I Maxwell Owens Goody and Btepp Female Real Estate AgeaL 3 1S Apple Street Peoria Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m ject For full information call on or adis the guest of Miss May Turner Vance county North Carolina claims The death of John Davis removes one party of these robbers who curried with lumped together we six -- and ran to the Ry- A Visile Boston Mass one to F D Money order and registered letter hours dress anv aent C C C Miss Flora Barlow an accomplished Maj EL A Evans and wife of StanÂ¬ or DM MART I dont one to C H whet stone quarry inferior to none in the prompt 7 a m to 6 p m Osgood Boston Mass artist will move from Lexington to Mid of the few survivors in Madison county them a well trained boy who told a piti- assistance of our Delawares Cincinnati ford were with Rev Morris Evans hust Thul Chicago 111 one to Franklin Bank Genl Pa- world J B WILLIS c m en a real of the Mexican war He was a member ful story alxut hie parents having died know who fired and who didnt but I week dlesboro in a few da St Louis Mo one to Thos Carty Cortestate office She w ill be tbe first female of Gent James Stones company Mar at Jellieo and having made bis way this think it was Stepps shot that killed the The Big Four Route C C C St L Mrs Louis Booker and daughter Lucy land N Y etc Ticket No 41669 drew and a gixtd soldier far wanted enough money to carry him Tlamath Chief for it waa at the crack of real estate agent in the State ahaftea shalls Regiment Ry is the short and direct through car Cant Stone lives at leaven worth Kan to Maysville lie had taken in half a Stepps gun that he fell He had an will spend this week with relatives in the Third Capital Prize of 50000 sold in line from Cincinnati to Indianapolis St sas and is in gxd health but if be were dozen towns south and west of us and in English half axe strung to his wrist by a LonmnriBe twentieths one to W H Durham 224 Louis and Chicago MonMiss Barlow wss in RicbmomL The only line to Madison he could not find a every place told a different stcry cord and there weie forty arrows left in Mr 1 Buenabaa went to Louisville South Front Street Philadelphia Pa one Chicago and the Northwest starting from day on her way to Middlesltoro and her to return to guard of the full crjinjiapy that Now comes the Advocate with the in- Â¬ his ijuiver the most beautiful and war- Â¬ last week for the purpose of securing to Anglo Califomian Bank San Francis- Â¬ numerous lots already booked She will corporals the Central Cnion Station Cincinnati co California one to G Montgomery 33 fallowed him on the cactus fields of far formation that a fellow about 21 yearsold like arrows I evessaw When the Tlamaths extra workmen succeed in the new culling where direct connection is made with ocenas 8 INCH FLAT MILL FILE away Mexico Several years ago there struck Danville last week claiming to be saw him fall they ran but we lay every Mr Jack Wills wife am laughter of Bunker Building Kansas City Mo one trains it Ceart Oaartcrly 8 INCH TAPER FILE locents were ten or twelve in this county but a deaf mute The first man he tackled man with his rifle cocked until daylight are visiting Mr and Mrs to L L Saah Chicago III one to M Winchester 6 INCH FLAT FILE cents John Poe aged eighty three died in In the morn- - William Mellon at College Hill F Tabler Norbone Mo one to AlexanThis court was in session Monday some of them have deed We cannot re- Â¬ was the town marshal and with slate and expecting another attack S INCH TAPER Judge Cheiifltilt presiding An unusual call at this time living in this county pencil related that his parents had died in- WU found from the tracks that from FILE der Co National Bank Cairo 111 one Fayette scents Mrs W AV Watts Mrs Thw Smith 3 2 iNvytl TAPER FILE at Macon Ja leaving him alone in the fifteen to twenty of the Tlamaths had at- Â¬ and Miss Florence Hood of Richmond to R B Warden S76 Dauphine Street 4 cents case was tried end the fbst of the kind but four survivors of apt Stones Buy your Clothing from QL M Clay A If Williams J world and that he was tryin- to reach a tacked us They had killed three of our New Orleans La etc Ticket No 71088 uder the pany before Jen 48- s of ihete File tore- Vories Schoolfielo Co Jeged by the in crmsmn Preu city are in the drew the Fourth Capital Prize of 25000 statute Walter Ballard was tried for en- Â¬ Pike Denhani and Stafford Jones Dr relative in Pittsburg The marshal con Â¬ men and wounded one of the Delawares We extend this tame any not proving entirely satisfactory Prof J Tevis Cohh of Harriman Invitations are out for the marriage of of the besides one killed who scalped the It was sold in twentieths also one to a ticing labor away and the jury fixed the William Jennings went from Jarrard veyed him to sujHrintendent Argo Miss Susan Preston daughter of the late Tenn after a short visit to relatives in Correspondent through Wells Fargo id antee to our customers and mil fine at 20 Tbe complaint was made by and II L White from Clay county BeÂ¬ Deaf and Dumb Institute to whom in Chief whom we left where he fell Our Kichmonii left Monday on a prospecting Wm Preston Mr Franklin rge M Willing Even the corn- - sides Capt Stone we recall Jailer Dick the presence of various persons skilled in dead we carried on mules but after going Cos Bank San Francisco Ca one to General of Massachusetts to The ceremony e cm a trial For sale at the Drapes his story alxjut ten milos we found it impossible to trip through Georgia Mrs Col Grayson Tyler Rucktand Va lford county and Rev the sign language is to take place at the residence of the Mr Joe Brooks and wife left Monday one to Third National Bank Louisville Barnes of Florida who went Mayor Allin happened in and among get them any further through the thick the West Ky one to Robt II Dorsey Station F brides mother on the evening of Thurstheui 11 were secured and a ticket was timber and finding a secret place we for an extended vis It does seem that a man from Madison meter Mrs Cincinnati Ohio etc Mrs Brooks will vi First Door Above Farmers Bank Ritiunond Ky bought to Pittsburg for thetoor fellow All information day May the 22nd at 8 oclock under logs aud chunk 1 buried them Mexican If there a to secure hands i inary of i can be had on application to M A M Lalor has a 3 spring two scat one- y we would be glad to He was unbounded in thanks having ing no way to dig a gra a yet it is annoying to also gotten a square meal and departed Another of Kit Carsons exciting expe- Mr 1 K Iorinan accompanied by Dauphin New Orleans La loose ones hired help it hori wagon far sale it have their names Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for the depot While awaiting for the Sadly Afflicted The liberty Mo Advance corveys train the aforesaid marshal happened to the appended sad intelligence of a former go t the depot and was astonished when well known citixen of this county whose the deaf and dumb fellow asked him In numerous friends will be indeed sorry to a gxxl strong voice just as anybody else would how long Kfore the north bound bear of his unfortunate condition Eld W B Stivers of 4he Christian train will be in chutaj is nearly eighty four years old Mr- John Kohinson Gets Married Saddenly He came to this place from Kentucky Persons who attended Robinsons cirtwo years ago His health was poor cus at this place on the 2nd probably even for one of his age then and ccntin noticed a large quiet man seated in a ually grew worse until in January last chair on the upjxr side of the ring com when be got a fall which so shattered his placently smoking a cigar and watching nervous system that he has since been the performances in the several rings almost as helpless as an infant Soften- That was the proprietor of the show and ing of the brain has set in and his mind a rich man is he His son John named giving with his Ixxly for the venerable old showman father of His aged wife and her daughter are lit- all the Robinsons anil who departed this erally broken down with the bunion of life some months ago was busying himtheir helpless charge His sufferinware self elsewhere about the grounds so great that his cries are beard day and The Paris Kentuckian Citizen tells the night by the nesgbbors whom he often remainder of our story Ix nora the calls by name He often mistakes some daughter of ex Mayor Amor Smith of o them for his brethren in Kentucky anil Cincinnati was married at Aberdeen talks of the lalxirs if by gone days He Ohio to Jack Robinson grandson of old prays to die and 1k at rest Many are John Robinson the circus man the afflictions of the righteous but the Ix nora is aliout 18 years old although Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to - Â¬ mt came ha him in 1846 on the Sau te Fe trail near the Cimarron mountains A merchant w hose name was White and who had come from Independence Mo was murdered bj Comanche Indians and his wife child and servant woman carried off captives Carson hapjened to be in the vicinity and joining a company of United States dragoons under ObL Sum ner with twenty or thirty volunteer re- Â¬ cruits as their guide started in pursuit of the murderous savages The discipline of the regular army with its red tape was tixi slow for Carson and he pushed on alone and at a more raped gait At night he came to their encampment then by a long hard ride returned and reported to Col Sumner who learning that the Indi ans were between 900and MO strong absolutely refused to risk the lives of his men against such fearful odds With a gesture of contempt Carson turned his bore and Voin clear ringing tones cried out lunteers I want volunteers who will ride with me to save white women and chil- Â¬ Immedi Â¬ dren from outrage and death ately the volunteers of Sumners party were by his side ready to go with him Col Sumner remonstrated and threaten Â¬ ed to hold Carson responsible for the lives of his men but undeterred by this the brave and heroic man and his com rades dashed away into he darkness and after an almost unprecedented ride came They were discov up with the savages ered however before they were ready to attack and so alter all their heroic exertions the savages murdered Mrs White and escaped with the child and servant woman who were not rescued until near ly a year later The many deeds of this gallant Ken tuckian would make up tin interesting volume No braver man ever lived no more generous neart ever ix at in any mans boaoee No call of distress was ever passed unheeded suffering female inniM ence never failed to find in him a f staunch and earnest champion CarsoncnteredtheFederil army during the late civil war and rose to the rank of Brigadier General and in 1885 re sumed his position its Indian agent in New Mexico which position he had held a number of yean before the war He was one of the pioneer wimI growers of the lactic slope and in 1S5 drove across the plains 0500 sheep an enterprise at that time hazardous in the extreme lb in his fifty ninth year died in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Aulfcs went to Beatty ville Thursday to see Mr George Forman who has been quite ill the ast week Mr David M Sweets of Elizabeth town visited his many friends in Rich mond last week on his way home from Hanqxlen Sidney College Mr C D Chenault Hon W T Tevis Col J K Faulkner Dr S M Letcher and Hon C F Burnam and wife attend- Â¬ ed the funeral of Senator Beck Mr A A Curtis of Sunflower Landing Mississippi formerly of this place came up last week tO see his old friends He lixiks greatly like a bigsunflower and therefore feels much at home about Smv rlower I aiuling Mr Louis J Streng formerly of the dry gixnls and clothing firm of Strciiir A Thalheimer this place was here last week en a visit to his brother Mr H J Streng He travels for an extensive KeW York damr bowse and gam all over the Smith and West Â¬ Â¬ Tomato Plants Five varieties for sale by this age of vast L SCHLEGEL 47 48 material progress that a remedy be pleasing to the taste and to the eye easily Try Z T Rice Co Ice cream taken acceptable to the stomach and soda fa healthy in its nature and effects Possess Covincton Arnold ll Bro want inr these mimltties S j run of FivR- is lh i a r -- - 45- one perfect laxative and most gentle diu- 100000 pounds of wool retic known Handkerchiefs PBOtiRKSS in It it very important FOR SALE to SWISS COTTAGE 5 room kt4oxiX 10 foot alley Orchard Strett new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE s rooms lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new elegant 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots all well finished 40x150 feet Â¬ A breach of promise suit of some note was decided in Owingsville Saturday Miss Effe Grimes who sued F B Barnes for 20000 was awarded 100 acre of land the defendant paving all costs 40- - Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs Crooke Bennett Uriii 1 Urmston Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS 1 45- - THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS on Walnut Street Powells addition Covington Arnold Bro 50x160 feet each If you spit up phlegm and are troubled tmT For prices on anv of the above with a hacking cough uw Dr J H Mc- inquire of Leans Tar Wine Lung Dalm 4O 5J 100000 pounds Market price Wool Fifth Street seperate or as a whole on Petitica for Fez Sols I t- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I i 1 I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - Â¬ Â¬ at - Â¬ Â¬ BillyLumps Â¬ Â¬ PLOWING Â¬ Â¬ 5- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ I Â¬ assK-ia-tion- Â¬ - 1 Â¬ 6-- 5- 1m- - 2ND GRAND Â¬ 1 a Home Seekers EXCURSION Â¬ assix-i-ation- Ow--en- Â¬ IES1 1 ilDJIIinST St 1 to-52 Tlie Big Four Route Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jfew advertisements listopletters AT HALF RATES w Â¬ TUESDAY MAY 20th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4S-4- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cut Rates on Saw Files Â¬ I - 1 BACKET STORE ONLY Â¬ POVERTY AND RICHES Bev M THE CHICAGO UNIVERSITY AN OLD LANDMARK UNDERGO INC DEMOLITION J Savage on toe Proper Use of Money Is Better Served by Private - Ownership of Wealth Than It Would Be by a Public Treasury Gea mtma It Vint President Philanthropy Talks of the Early History of an Institution Famous Be- Â¬ fore the War How Senator Douglas Contributed Its Site mmfc heiress this and he begge T me to do so but 1 I cannot Will you Upon my word you are cool re- Â¬ You dont think of my plied Midway feelings for a moment I engaged my- Â¬ self to an heiress and you tell me her father is a beggar and expectme to Great Boom Announcement A LWATS to He paused blushed scarlet and snatching his arm from that of Jacks walked away An hour afterward a messenger boy handed Marion Lee this note My Dear Marion Pity me Circum- Â¬ stances over which I have no control oblige me to say farewell forever to one I adore Our engagement must be broken Awful events have occurred Perhaps I must even fly this land for- Â¬ ever Your despairing lover Walter Med way Poor Flora The shock was terri- Â¬ ble for she had loved the man but she was brave When once she understood the truth and knew that Jacks strategy had saved her from being the prey of a fortune hunter she learned to thank Heaven for her de- Â¬ liverance and to day she is a happy wife and mother while Walter Med way married to a rich old termagant who is said to beat him is the laughing stock of all who know him Â¬ Â¬ WD IS HEBE WT I CLOTHING em all 4 At the Church of the Unity Boston Mass Rot M J Savage preached re Â¬ cently upon the subject of Wealth and srVneaty lie began says the Herald by examining various popular defini ttons of wealth pointed out their deficien cies sad then proceeded to say that wealth is simply the accumulation of object of human desire for the measure of value was nothing else than the fact that the thin possessed and that was looked upon as having value was some Â¬ thing which a great many people deÂ¬ sired And if they analyzed that desire they would find it only a modification of the fundamental fact of hunger and this was true from Dm lowest physical hunger hest spiritual aspiration Is wealth then ask J Mr Savage a desir p Would it be better if there h and no poor It seems to me Boat certainly not For wealth some d value- beyond that which is i needed for the m modi a to necesimmunity is the very condition of higher growth Picture to your- a world in which every man woman and child has shel food clothing in which there morrow Is no care for the would this be a desirable condition for the world So far yea Hut if there was only enough In the world to give shelter food and clothing we might be fed animals without care for a thousand centuries but we could be nothing eise If there are to be higher hungers and if men are to grow to be something more than animals then there must be in the hands of some one and somewhere food for supplying those higher hungers If men are to think to study to travel to exchange ideas bsve social Intercourse with each other and be fret-- from the grinding toil needed for the merest animal neces mtttsft they must have the means for doing all these things The question now comes when wealth bas been accumulated who shall own and control it B an answer this question we must decide the ques Â¬ tion who has produced it A man who stands alone can never Ik- rich and this even if we live in a civ munity The essential feature of riches is the matter of exchange the public use of these arcumulations Who owns wealth then The rich man and humanity not the rich man alone Mr Savage then took up the qu f poverty Defining the only poverty really injurious to man as that which took sway from him the means of growth prevented him from becoming what be is capable of becoming the preacher considered the various ways in which He thought that povcrtT originated we had too much legislative action and too little individual initiative brought poverty and there were thousands of people in the world who from one reason or another incapable of emerging from poverty and were as much entitled to our sympathy as were the crippled and lame 1 lelieve said Mr Savajre that it is possible to eliminate pauper ism from the world If the community lias a right to support those who for one reason or another are incapable of taking care of themselves then it bas undoubtedly a right to see llo it that its resources are not lessened by the nnthrlft the theft the dishonesty of those who could sup Â¬ port themselves if they would It ought to exercise that right to take a tender and loving care of those who can not id then to take care of then- compel those who can to do one or two things to earn their living or to starve And now said Mr Savage in closing what 6hall the rich man do w Or what shall he do with that money s which t t I would have no laws touching I would have men the matter perfectly free to leave their property to wife daughter or son so far as they can be assisted to get on though I believe that nine times out of ten sons are injured more than they are helped by having too much y left to them I would educate the thought and conscience of the world up to the point of a grand u accumulated thousands If I had thou sands of millions of dollars I would de Â¬ vote it to good uses while I lived rather than leave it to be wrangled over in the courts after my death It seems to me that I should take a delight in helping the world 1 can see- - men and who are capable of doing work of public importance yet who are hampered and tied down to the necessity of simply filling their stomachs I would be glad to relieve these from the necessity o earning their daily bread Such a use of riches which I only throw out as a suggestion seems a much grander way of dealing with riches than that of hold ing them until the white fing death come to take them away Why not take joy in doing the work steal while you can see it done and can ob serve the results And if the poor could only see the rich recognizing these principles and animated by then motives enmity would disappear the world would flow together in love and the kingdom of Jod would be very nigh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WALLACE -- B0GGS Yes ATlsfenmm HE GIFT OF A of valuable tract laud by Marshall mmmTmSmaW fBH S Field the merchant prince of Chicago for s site for a new university at Chicago thus completing the en Â¬ dowment fund of JmERlP- J 000000 of which John D Rockefeller donated the first fCOOooo recalls the early days of the old Douglas university at that city the demolition of whose old buildings is now going on Pleasant memories are brought Lack to mind brrum of the saeceaa the institution achieved in the beginning of its history but ealasaattes followed the brightness of the years before the war tant city Dr J 0 Bnrroi aools was Mperintendent of th a university in Chicago Dr liirroughs t set- is pr of Chieag tlcrv Be live at within i stoats throw of the in Â¬ stitution he worked sei hard to make a saceess Dr Barroaghs w warn an old man but is fairly strong eontteVirtng hi yean Ds a found at his home one day hist week say the News and told the story of how the buildius was projected and of if the laud Senator Douglas i on which the structure i It was in CG 1 believe said Mr Burroughs that I went to Washington and laid my plans for s university in He Chicago before Senator Douglas owned sixty acres in the viciuity of the HVBdMt DEALERS IN- - B0OTSSHOESHATSMPS AND 1 GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and EVERY were in the front of Spring and were ahead of uf FURNISHING GOODS -- DEPARTMENT FILLED WITH T m o G - o THE DIVORCE PROBLEM In THTv ORIGINAL BUILDING cniverslty site and I wanted to get some of it on which to erect tho build- Â¬ pastor of the I was then Baptist church and naturally wanted it to be a Baptist university Douglas but Senator would not consent to any such plan He wanted a rsity that would be undenomina-Â¬ tional be srid and it was not until six BMntmS after 1 first approached him that he retreated at all from the first stand At Then he gave the land to me Individually with the understanding however that 1 was to use the bulk of it for university pur ing Â¬ while I agreedb y being poses It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our Spring Marriages Weentereel the market to signalize the coming season by In an article in the North American and Hummer Stock Review on the divorce question Eliza- - a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event iu the history of all beth Stuart Phelps says The truly openings We have succeeded beyond our expectations scientific and therefore the hopeful The gooels are now coming in and are being placed on the shelves We can treatment of this social disease must now show you the largest selection of I believe consist more and more and sometimes consist entirely in the pre- Â¬ and what we might call at-Â¬ ventive tentive means of cure What is the use what is the use in wearing out our brains to invent scalpels and In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were probes to cut and sew and carve ever known We would call special attention aud recommend them to the and bury when a careful course of trade Our line of LADIES 3 SHOES in all styles made especially for us by the right remedy would heal the Zeioleb Bkos PI iladelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the In brief so long as we are patient allowed to marry as we do what right people for a 2 and 2 50 LADIES SHOE we have added to this line which have we to expect anything else than un for style and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of marrying and remarrying to the end of this wicked world Give us the public opinion which will make it indelicate for a man to marry for a housekeeper Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to 7 This is the best line you or a woman for a home Give us the can get anywhere Give us a call before buying elsewhere and be convinced average of judgment which shall We would alsomaKe special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES CHILDRENS stamp it a social plot to marry for position and call it a crime to marry AND INFANTS SHOES in great abundance and your interests will be Give us the great ideia guarded iu buying them from us Our stejek of for money which shall create the noble fact iive us such a comprehension of the feeling which ought to draw men and women into the marriage tie than any- Â¬ Are the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine thing less than almighty love should aud be saisfied th s is the place An immense stock of invalidate marriage as much as the absence of a witness to the oath Give us such a vision of the purity the patience the the unselfishness loyalty through sorrow and sickness In fact we have made untiring efforts in every liue of our Shoe Department and ill fortune and fading fairness and we thick the cliinax bas been capped and the clash of temperaments which the marriage bond requires such a holy power as shall lift us above the eocial mire toward which our nation is sinking More Care Should be Ised Contracting Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better ooi at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of von 1 1 guuus luiggcsij assortment and cimg uesires AFT7riATCTTTT VOTT awi uftit zinnia nxi van oun xwu TnWono FOR THE- -- - J RK cop Ol - Latest Styles Youre COME Genllo and SEE US VOL ut 1 Ri REMEMBER Just as Wekne as Spritf1 WHETHER COME TO LOOK OK LADIES SHOES COVINGTON -- Btl R W Main MITCHELL Street Near Hotel Glyndon MENS AND BOYS SHOES i Our Spring Styles Are How Ready LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS Work Shoes Brograns and Your Careful Inspection Is Requested Plow Shoes -- pressed wmrt that him i OUR HAT STOCK IS COMPLETE GROOKE BENNETT e5 URMSTON th- hoard of be control of the uni composed of no mon- than a majority f gentlemen of the Baptist denom- Â¬ mmmmr iV the history in short of li lions f for the land site of the university senator IrnTrflLafl contended that the university should be controlled by aboard of regent f business men who had no parti ulir religious tendencfc Anyhow I was given the land and ly commenced to raise the y to college I build the ssful and voluntary sub- to aniounting before the charter was -- That i IV i tf 1 1J Consisting of Stetsons Soft and Spring Styles of KNOX Stiff Hats have recently been received tbey are dandies See what style columns of New rtee n million clothes pins are York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which made In America every year we havnt space tj mention only briefly you can get Laundred Unlauudred It costs the United States government and Woolen Shirts Collars Cutis Socks Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear H00000 I year for coal for its navy in profusion Shot- Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention An English firm FACTS OF VARIED INTEREST DRY GOODS AND 000 tin soldiers yearly out of old sardine Out of k7M Episeopal ehurches in the i States 2S74 have adopted the free pew system In Colquitt county Georgia the other day a hit wildcat was seen to spring upon a deer and kili it Prof John S Newberry in a lecture at Columbia college said there were signs that man lived 00000 years ago Some remarkable caves have been discovered in West Australia Two of them would afford accommodations for 200000 men each Â¬ manufactures 50X We now Bid yon Come and See our Attractive Goods Attractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness Attractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a MERCHANT TAILORING square deal for all THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE WALLACE SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE d i - We coin mi BOGGS 44- - gun until 06 The the south I v wing being not be After forty seven years eif labor Mrs Lizzie Weaver I Bridgetoi NY woman has just finished a crazy quilt of S RICEl - 3H07 r -- pat- - m llrli n ii Now BEZSG DrTMOLISITED h Hanover Oxford county Maine has neithci a doctor lawyer minister or pauper and last year had money enough in the treasury to run the town without assessing the inhabitants for poll taxes The Sandwich Islanders pipe is made of virgin bark lined with meerschaum and is curious by reason of the pattern of the cork made by the insects that feed on the trees It is like delicate lace work Berkley Guthrie 18 Watson EUTTTn T EW FIRM PowersHagan PALO ALTO CALIFORNIA SI7CCKSSOKS TO C KENTUCKY CEITIIL 11 and 20 North Upper Street Opposite Court House TjEXtWG TON TLESrCJH IK y E SMITH JEUS KAN Corner M and First Streets the first of 57 li we- year we sway borrow money hoping with letter times to pay off the debt But the war made times bud and our hope of liquidating the lnd not realized We had as high a standard of study as in the lit the were nnable to mpport the eolleg connection wiih the collu red In 78 when I was d by Dr Andci in which the Chicago Th under its burden of debt only to have its property fori by the eastern Insun pany from which it had borrowed the money and the long fight which was carried on in the courts points in volved are mailers of comparatively recent e rurreics and need not be en Â¬ tered upon here of the money were cot polled to g fire Tl and 58 had nrept 1 oo be a large had Usher Of attendants fell off My ANEFFECTIVE SPEECH Hit Remarks with Great Effect In talking last evening about Indians and their native eloquence Mr Fair field said to a Seattle Wash Press re Â¬ porter that he ssw Old Wolf the Chey Â¬ enne chief make an effective speech with a lead pencil during a visit by Bishop Brundel at Ashland Mont Old Wolf took the pencil and drew a straight line and said Cheyennes straight Then he drew another straight line and said Black robe straight meaning the Indian had nothing to say against the Catholic missionaries Then a third straight line was drawn and Old Wolf said White House straight By this he did not mean the Executive mansion hut the little white school conducted by the Bisters of Charity which was known far and near among the Indians as the White House Next a straight line was drawn part ray across the page and from one end he made a number of very crooked lines so that the diagram looked like a cat o nine tails This was explained by the chief as Washington straight but ail things coming from Washington very crooked Then a line was drawn straight part cf the way then crooked then straight and so on across the page Indian agent straight crooked straight crooked straight crooked was the laconic explanation Crow fly round round round was Che sarcastic way he illustrated the char- Â¬ acteristics of the Crow Indians bj a aeries of loops across the page J climax of this speech was reached when Old Wolf drew across the paper a very crooked line and remarked with mani Â¬ Old Wolf Illustrated FORTUNE HUNTERS FATE An heiress and so pretty too Heiresses are generally ugly Jack introduce me It was at a church fiiir The young ladies of the congregation had as usual taken charge of the tables and Marion Lee stood amongst little bas tnd bouquets of roses like a modern Flora She was the only daughter of old Scjuire Iee and known to be his heiress and her cousin Jack Harkawny had said as much to young Walter Medway He was sorry lie had spoken the moment after for Walter Medway was not the sort of young man Uiut he delighted to introduce to his pretty cousin but the introduction seemed unavoidable and he went through with it on the spot-And Walter Medway was handsome and used his great dark eyes to ad- Â¬ vantage and little Flora lost her heart on the spot to one who seemed to her th young prince she had waited for so long In fact the acquaintance progressed rapidly and the two wen lovers very soon In a few months they were en- Â¬ gaged Jack Harkaway saw all this with anxiety He felt that Medwuy was a fortune hunter and he know that his young cousin would be miserable with him He racked his brain for some means to expose the real motives of the suitor and at last he hit upon one One day when Medway left his ladys house Jack waited for him on the pavement without and taking his arm breathed a heavy sigh and declared that he was very much troubled by something thai was on his mind What is it my dear fellow asked Medway N hy I had something to tell my cousin replied Jack and Ive not been able to muster courage You now being so near to her could break the news better will you Oh of course my dear fellow said Medway I left my uncle Mr Lee in great at his office in Wall street said Jack He has been entering into imprudent speculations and lost use he lives in must be ill be a beggar He dare not go home to tgl hj daughter Â¬ KY For the second rime this season we are now making the grandest display of Successors to Hagan Xr Chenault According to Robert Giffen a British special designs in Paris Dress Novelties ever showu iu Central Kentucky statistician the wealth per head of the Second Street next to old population of the three richest nations in C rcat Britain A VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK OF the world is as folia Garnett House 81450 France SJO the United States In all the new colorings now so popular with fashionable people Paris and London PATTERN SUITS exquisite in rich shading Kansas raised 34000000 bushels of are the very lates European Combinations and cannotand no two alike These NEW GROCERIES be found elsewhere last rear wheat If made into bread reckoning a bushel lo sixty pounds of PLAIN AND FIGURED CHINA SILKS PRINTED INDIA SILKS LOW PRICES AXD- flour it would give each man woman BLACK AND COLORED FAILLE FBANCA1SE and child in the United States thirty BLACK AND COLORED PEAU DE SOIE CAREFUL ATTENTION four two pound loaves of bread BLACK VENETIAN SILKS COLORED AND BLACK SURAH SILKS A new manuscript of tho new testaÂ¬ AND THE REST GOODS Colored Dress Goods in endless varieties Henriettas in every shade now ment which it is thought dates back to the fourth century has been discov- made Serge Wl ip Corils Broad Cloths Mohair aud Brillianleens ered It Is in the peissession of the Patriarch of Constantinople through whom the didache was given to the public a few years ago The most compete in all the New Weaves of Lupins Famous Fabrics Our Compounded at all hours by an Silk Warp Henriettas have no equal DRAPERY NErS are more desirable experienced PHARMACIST and ROYALTIES this season than ever before We have the largest variet v to select from of anv Give us a trial All we out of the finest Drugs the markhouse iu the city JOUVIN8 GENUINE KID GLOVES 4 to 24 buttous want is for you to come and see us ets afford The Ciar of Russia has become an ex- length all new nd fashiouable colors for this season The Mothers Friend pert performer on the violin and Star Shirt Waists for Boys and Girls the best ever maele for we know youll Queen Victoria recently received a jMCAI3LITJ G-- Special attention given to Street letter asking her to buy real estate in and Bridal Outfits California Ex Queen Isabella of Spain Is said to have exclaimed on hearing of the fall 42 50 of Dom Pedro of Brazil Lexington Kentucky The good Cod is no more on our side We have the goods and the prices The Fm press of Austria Is the best You have the money You want royal housekeeper in Kuropjs She THE FINEST LINE OF knows about everything that is done in the goods and we want the money her kitchen and her palace generally It is easy to make a trade when and all the head servants submit their rejKirts to her both parties are willing The Princess of Wales is reported to have been very much astonished at IN THE CITY kilts worn by the Messalia shep Â¬ herds at the ball given by the King of Come and 8ee Us I have purchased the property of the the Hellenes Kilts are also worn by said Company and will keep on hand The Oldest and Strongest American 42- the Albanians and when the Duke of Companies Hamilton was in Albania not long ago all of the best varieties of HAGAN POWERS he habitually wore- his kilt although he NORTH AMERICA Is by no means In the habit of wearing 39 29 it when treading his native heather SPRINGFIELD RICHMOND SUITINGS By Whips 227 by Electioneer sire of Sunol 210 at 3 years old 1st dam dam of Peruvian Bitters 23 by Thornlale 222 by Alexanders Ab dallah dam Dolly dam of Onward HORSE VrltlLC 225 Director BLUE GRASS ROUTE lest and Quickest Route ft tral Kentucky to All Points Nor East West and South--a DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS Alexanders AIuImMxIi 3d dam Burch mare dam of Rosalind 221i 2d itam Rosalind 221 2lf j by FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Cincinnati Â¬ zbzlicik o ooids XH X3SS BERKLEY GUTHRIE WATSON CHEMICALS Tie markets Afford Â¬ Â¬ Come Again SCHOOL BOOKS A Specialty Sfheflnle i Effect Nov 17th 1889 Will make the season of 1890 at my Stable on the Fair Grounds at 25 to No 2 No XSUre a male in foal unless mate is SOUTH BOUND Kx Sun Daily4 sooner parted with at which time money will be due WARLOCK is a beautiful mahog Â¬ 810 am 800pm ucniDati 818 am any bay two white feet and small tar Lve iTlOgtOO 09 pm Falmouth pm 944 917 and snip 15 hands 3 inches hiijh well Lve iyutluana 1037 am 1000 pm 400 p m am pm 507 formed excellent disposition and pure Arr Pari uioam 1033 pm 1200 pm 1055 pm gaited and cau show quarters iu 37 Aft Lexington Lve Fan 1130 am seconds 4 pm Winchester uoj pm oao pm Mares kept and tried regularly on Arr Richmond Arr pm 140 730 pm grass at 10 cents a day graiu fed if de Â¬ Arr I aucaster 455 pm sired at reasonable rales Will lake Arr Stanton 530 pm 7 Richmond every care to prevent accidents or es- Lve Berea155 pm 305 pm capes but will not be responsible should Arr Livingston Arr 530 pm auy occur teeIwill break and handle horses No ft No I for speed NORTH BOUND Ex Sun Ex San Silly Â¬ H C TRAYNOR JESSE COBB SSflmX Gmnmnmnmmmm Arr Richmond Lve iHiifonl Lve Lssasasaer Lve Richmond Lve Livingston Lve Keren Arr Richmond ArT- - 800 1035 1145 700 745 1000 am am am am am am Dm P lZ mam INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Arr Winchester COAL CO Stationery - 2Z J 31 J Fine m Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati Lve Lve Lve Lve Lexington Paris Cynthiana Kalmouth rU 105 pm 350 pm 330 pm H am - 42 540 S Hagan pm 93 am J26 pm pm am 640 pm opm ia35 am 638pm 1045 823 am 444 pm 7oo am 85 am This Fine Saddle Staliion willl make the season of ijo at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Ex Sun DnUy DaVv L fest contempt A cannon Sioux crooked always crooked A Rcieastfle eves though a small one is not usually regarded as a necessary part of an explorers outfit Such a weapon has however been trundled into Northern Thibet by the expedition which the late General Prejevalsky headed According to Russian reports this cannon is expected to serve the pacific purpose of determining tho rate at which sound travels through rarefied air at heights of 12000 feet and upward Like fire arms made for the African trade its chief function will be to make a noise and it has the isttne- lion of being a canape im a j Cimn to be offeied to the British public Typewriting instruments now in market are of cou siderble size and weight at least a person could scarcely think of carrying ono about with him regularly The one under no Â¬ tice is not only inexpensive but is so small that it may be carried in the waistcoat pocket The retail price will be under ten shillings it measures 3 inches by 3 inches and weiglis about four ounces Though so small it is not a mere toy The inventor claims for it that it will turn out better work and be found more useful than larger and more expen- Â¬ sive machines With reference to its construction all that can be seen when superficially examined is a disk about the size of the face of a gentlemans watch in which the type is fixed and one or two small rollers It will print a line from an inch to a yard long snd paper of any size or thichness can be used Any one can use it though as in the case of other instruments practice U required to en able the operator to write quickly An- Â¬ other advantage is that by means of da plicate types the writer can be used for different languages Patents have been obtained for most of the countries in Europe as well as for America Canada and Australia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Novel Invention A pocket typewriter is shortly COAL S15 TO INSURE 1 COLT The yard is eay of access Persons desiring to haul their own coal will not have to cross the railroad I respectfully request a literal patronage of the citizens of both county aud cily 13- T 8 BRONSTON Â¬ CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS Carriages DINING ROOM AND NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Bank BURNAM NB Dont foruet our eifflce is at the Bakery Oar Dining room is now open and meals are being served at all hours All the varieties and the best of everything that the mark ets afford pfn8Ua JESSE COBB is 15 hands high chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to AyMUTbars 1200 pounds fine action and is a model saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st SUysvuie dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric sire of dam of Georgette 2iq4 and Bell BOUTH BOUND Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Dmry Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip Lve Maysville 4th dam by Traveller Johnson All care will be taken to prevent acci- Carlisle dents or escapes but will not be responsiMlllersburj ble should anv occur Lien reserved on Arr Lexington - Par the colt for the service lee sfiyr - 800 am 8jS 4SP- pm 545 636 pm 7m 612pm 1025 am IJ fpm pm j - Ex Suu IE 557 am 49 7 7 4 5 Dally j m- f- pm Â¬ Â¬ ami ami ml 1 35 ami 035 a 40- - CHARLKS E C0LYER ft CO in m nti HUME NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for sale on I be most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wont go home without ooe 5 Tobacco Barns Country Stores and Milling property specialties 33 32 B H THE FINEST mans Perfected ON EARTH Vestihuleri JOHN DONElOX Dayton The Cincinnati Hamilton Hobbles like tae above to be had at R R is the only line running Pull W 42- C GORMLEY - COS Ciiy Lots ftarSale Â¬ Trains with Chair Parlor Sleeiini and Dining Car nervice between Cincinnati Indianapolis and Chicago nml is the Only Line runilloc Through Reclining Chair Cars between Cincinnati Keokuk and Springfield Illinois S ifetv For Sale Two Story Frame Residence As Agents for T E Urmston we will Our Bakery 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 be State of Ohio and the only line entering Cincinnati over twenty five miles of double track aud from its past record cac more than assure its patrons epeed comfort and safety Tickets on sale everywhere and see that they read C fl A D either in or out of Cincinnati Indianapolis or Toledo E O McCORMICK General Passenger and Ticket Agent Â¬ Emperor Wdhelm of Germany keep a personal supervision over even the museums He spent a whole day not long ago in the Art Museum at Berlin indicating where some cartoons by Kaul each which he had latelv nurchaed should be placed Between Cincinnati Dayton Lima Toledo Detroit the Lake Regions aud On THURSDAY At 2 oclock May 15 1890 his two story frame Fresh Bread PPttm PsBMmti jj I have a few lots on Fifth Street ready for sale These lots are beautifully located on high and gently roll- Â¬ ing ground and are considered by everybody as beinir the best located of any in the city for residences Persons who wish to build nice houses 1385000000 Pens Mads Annually will do well lo examine these lots I Great Britain manufacture 610000000 will only place a few on the market at steel pens annually France 4X 000000 present I have a plot of the ground and the United States 106000000 Over at Dr Poyntzi office iOQOOOP peas are destroyed daily T BRONSTON Â¬ U 42 41 residence on Smith Ballard Street This is one of the best located and best ap- Â¬ pointed residences in the city The house is new and in perfect order contains 7 rooms hall above and hall below bath room good cellar and splendid cistern There is also a good stable and carriage house on the premises This hoiise mast be Keen and examined to be full jr appreciated We will take pleasure in showing the property to parties wishing to inspect it BROOKS CHENAULT 46 48 Real Estate Agents Â¬ f Msel Furnished in any quantity on short notice An experienced BAKER who has done fifteen years of ser- Frukie Qe hep vice and knows precisely what to do and how to do it Family 106 EAST MAIN hTREET orders a specialty We Lave opened a flret cia bop A full line of Fruts and and desire to have the patronage of Candies Canned goods a specialty geutlemen ladies and children We TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with PEA VINE is hy Old Penviue 1st dam by Bolivar 2nd dam Jalappa Forest by Ned Forest 3rd dam by Crockett 4th dam by Traveler is a beautiful bay PEAVINE 161 hands high heavy mane and tail 4 years old good style and Hue action 44 51 8 A D M PHELPS o a m Except l runs daily between TKA Lexington and runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington Nos J ami S in ake cou neettoos at Winches Â¬ ter for points on IMPOKTANT rrainsof this llnoi now sr rWe at and depart from the Central akin con Â¬ nection for all points V Through 1 make the season of 1S90 at M to any point reached hy a railroad For t helpvs place 4 miles from Rich- Â¬ aaeuto-fnil p J any or mond on the Jacks Creek pike at 10 W v Peavine Jr Leaves Lexington 1006 a u Except No S Leaves Cincinnati 510 p Arrives Falmouth 710 p in Except Sunday No s a 0 am Arrives Sunday Will a EH Tri BA v paaar Ast Jr Jr LTMAS lAKBlsn W B CrajfUSGHAX Hew LiTery and Sale StaL We have erectel a new and commc corner of iruood Ky and ask uj give us trial s nlu Ma dluLJ f 11 rt 42 RICE CO guarantee rtrst class work New aud elegant furniture clean throughout B4yiA NARrERl TV and sharp razors bones bones aud buggies hired at tow M C MOORE rates J CARMICHAEL 16 IS PARRISH 4 ClNSUKuUI HORSES HITCHED OR FED mammmmmmBm