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TgSgnA igg fl sS-rt oo - vr-r- tfce S- h- T Hr s rrSt- - 5T tffl tf W VOLUME ATTORNEYS i III FIFTY FLRST C0XGRES I A fII ONLY TWO ALIVE TweDty Five of the Miners Caught In a Cave In Are Dead An Kye ness Uetalls the Horror or Wllkesharre Mine Catastrophe YYit RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 21 1890 POWDER EXPLOSION Twenty two Tersons Killed and Over a Hundred lujurett In Havana Havana May 1 At 11 oclock Sat nrday night a fire broke out in Ysasis hardware store In a short timo tho flames reached a barrel of powder in tho building and a terrific explosion followed The whole structure was blown to pieces and twenty two persons wero killed Among the dead are four firo chiefs Senors Mimset Sensoviech dj car onill Francesco Ordonez and Venezuelan tho Consul Senor Francesco Silva who hap pened to be in front of tho building at the tme of the explosion In addition to the killed over IM persons are injur- Â¬ ed Ysasi the proprietor of the wietkod hardware store has been arrested It is feared that there are several more victims in the ruins Over the theaters and Chamber of Commerce and many other buildings flags are hanging at half mast Everywhere are signs of mourning Ip to the present time tho number of dead is thirty four Â¬ IS1 I II N S iCCQJXCOJCJiJ T J 3 4jg s I 1 NUMBER 49 -- - F4 A No E T BURNAM Wt Kin t NEW CURRENCY To Consist of Certificates for Ag- - TIIE COMMONWEALTH I TILE N- TTORNE YS AT 11 RkiiMovi Kentucky ISuiuniiV Building SULLIVAN ATTORN EY ATLAW Richmond EH LCKT rct witim ms Miiler formerly oc-lt- - I i tWELL TTORNE KB A A T LA W I CKY Mr Hoar from th Judici iry onnniitce reported buck the Umise amt ndment to the Baaaac ant i t rust bill with an amendment Messrs Vest and Coke stated that a men twrs o Iht couimttttC liny did not Manas c the ritiort and Mr Hoar ex plained the eCtct of the action recommended The matter went aver till to morrow The Senate then proceeded to the consideration of the bill author zinc the Issue of Trensurv note- - or deposits or Mirer bullion Mr Join -who ret ni the OaananttaM on Finance addreaaed the Senate At the of Mr Teller Mr Jones postponed nntshirs his speech until to morrow After an executive session he Senate adjourned House After the remlin of the House jour move the pcneral do bate on the tariff bill tie limited to one minute An absence of a quorum rendered a call of the Washington Kimt Mar Vnion ii Sknath ricultural Products Tlie Farmer Alliance Proposed Scheme Before the Congress WasBITOTOX May the ht DENTAL MlUiiitY E WILKES SMITH DENTAL SUMCEO Kentucky nd A Office I M 3- - j w C MORGAN I I S RICHMOND KENTUCKY street over Madison National KLBV W BURG IN DENTIST Kit IIMOKD Street l - act Kentucky Iry Good liv lorineilv urfuHiil Sore on ir Kot- o- W CREED D D 1LLE KENTUCKY Everythini at Kinnell residence mining tn the profesMon K1RKSX PHYr ItIANS J M lOYNTZ PHYSIC A X A XV S I KG EON Kentucky Richmond Ii -- WnKEsiiARRr Pa May lfl At nine PitEsroTT May 111 The greatest oclock yesterday morning tho commu- Â¬ achievement yet made in heliography nity was thrown into a state of wild ex- Â¬ Q W EVANS M D was accomplished during practices in citement when tho news spread that an the Department of Arizona1 yesterday by exteaalre cave in had occurred in No f PHYSICIAN AND SI KG EON Lieutenant Wittenmyor who succeeded Colliery coverinr an area of more than D Kfntickv in sjc niling a message by sign flash IK ten acres Thousands rushed to tho miles from Mt Reno near Ft McDowscone of the disaster and found that tlio 1nVt Second Street ell to Mt Jraham near Ft Great surface almost as far as the eye could where it was received by Captain Mur- reach was seamed and cracked with long J TAYLOR ray The latter by turning his instru circular fissures some of which w ro niiit flashed the message to Ft over two feet wide The sorrow of tho Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery A Mine Disaster Huachtiaca a distance of ninety miles people was intensified when it became Pa May IT this after- making a distance of MS miles with a known that tuenty soven of their Kin Scrasto Rk hmond noon by the caving in of a vast quantify single intervening station The longest friends who had gone into the fatal pit of culm which had been undermined by distance heretofore made with a singlo in the morning were directly beneath onW Second ssircelover Ivkes Urocorv 3- a force of laborers at Olyphant seven Cash is said to be about seventy miles the portion that had caved in and in all miles from this city five Italian lalxr probabilities were entombed forever be Â¬ K JOHN M POSIES ers were buried underneath many tins hind an impenetrable mass of coal and RISING IN BRAZIL Men quickly reached tto of the stuff 1 hat rock portion of the mine in PHYSICIAN A MD S I KG EON of the buried men who were found to o Troops Join tlir Citizens in Deposing a which tho men were is known as No 4 Kkntuky Richmond alive but badly injured It took nearly ioi ernor slope and tho cave in if it did not over-Â¬ half an hour to reach the other three Moxtfvihko May 19 A telegram re- Â¬ whelm them all at once shut off all in street next door to IoxonV r residence at cor Nam and lutes and all were found lifeless ceived here says that on the occasion of means of reaching the surface Rescu- Â¬ the recent rising at Puerto Alegre ing parties were at once organized Thirty Six Chldrsn Drown volley troops after Briiiix May IT A shocking accide it Brazil the and wounding firing a joined and an opening broken through yym sKxsMim m many into a manway along tho bed occurred yesterday on the river Oder and killing of a mountain stream rdiere the A ferry bo it the citizens in deposing the Governor near Ratilior Silesia PHYSCjAN AND SURGEON loaded with passengers was crossing the Advices have been received confirming chambers in that part of the mine came Kentucky White Hail river when it suddenly capsized and the report of disorders throughout tho within a few feet of th surface All thirty six of the people were drowned province of Rio Grando ao Sul Tho the day long these men oiled like Tit- Â¬ il services to the iul before assistance could reach them A 11 populace it is stated will reject by ans at tho hard and stubliorn rock while lac Â¬ the passengers were children who wero force of arms if necessary the new bank- the weeping wives and little ones of tho returning home from a confirmation ing laws of Dr Parbosa the Brazilian doomed victims stood around the open- Â¬ K s M LETCHER Minister of Finance ing and rent the air with their cries and service lamentations Gang after gang relieved S l CIA N A N D S I R EON Marriages Sensational Virginia G rls Freak one until five oclock the news Kixostox N Y May ill Twosensa was anotherthat they had succeeded in Kentucky New Yokk May IT Miss Nettie Lit RaiiiiuMi passed tel astonished New York yesterday iy tional marriages were matters of gossip breaking through the chambers beneath riding man fashion up fashionable Fifth last night While the guests were as the cave A period of indescribable OJsaVas Hull tint Main stre Smith avenue and through Central Park Miss sembled awaiting the marriage of Jacob suspense while the thou- Â¬ followed Littel is a beautiful Yirginia girl B M LiefTer to Miss Marion Post the groom sands who stood around the opening v BRIGHT MD bestrode her mount with such ease a id eloped and wedded Henrietta the fourteen- waited for some intelligence from the sister of tho intended men at the front The men toiled on rode so cleverly that she received an -year-old JlllSICIAN AND SURGEON ovation This is the first time that any bride Frank Fulton a colored butcher in silence until half past six when thero Kestukv Rk iimoMj woman has dared to ride astride in Now yesterday married Miss BllaDndrow an was a commotion at the mouth of tho g on Main attractive white girl daughter of Cath dark opening and the foreman crawled York City nid Ilii olic parents tissues and thuds out on his hands and knees and an- Â¬ Powderly Indicted for Conspiracy nounced that they had found one of the Scotthaik Pa May IT A true bill Ocean Steamship Race He was lying at tho bottom of was found yestorday by the grand jury London May 19 The Anchor Lino victims H c S BOLTON in the case of Hon Edward Callahin steamer City of Rome sailed from a fifty foot plane and in order to rescue against General Master Workman Pow Queenstown at 1230 p m yesterday for him it became necessary to lower a Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon derly John R Byrne ano Peter Wise New York the Guyon steamer Alaska miner down with a rope This was Kentucky Richmond for alleged conspiracy in defeating Cal- Â¬ sailed at 120 p tn and the Cunard done and the charred and blackened M M iits Hoar office over lahan for the Senatorial nomination in steamer Aurania at 2 p m Ail went form of Anthony Froyne the first of the Special attenlion M to iuo i ii J He im1 all diffl- 1888 and ruining his business ahead at full steam directly after they victims was hoisted to tho surface Itll lit il lis- Â¬ was still There is sidered alive but his injuries are concleared Queenstown Harbor nics sent ls Two Children Cremated fatal any address heavy betting on the result of the race Lake Paiik Minn May IT Early TWO MURDERS yesterday morning fire broke out in aad N An Important Witness Hanged ltS JENNINGS v GIBS quickly consumed the large genet al Discovery of the Undies of a Wealthy Tady May lti Tho WiiKEiiNo W Ya store building of Carlson Ebelkoft and a YVetl Known Young Man In Mc Physicians and Surgeons cremating two children of Mr Elxl body of Paul Touk a wealthy farmer Â¬ Keesport Pa was found hanging to a tree near BevPlllSBUBOB May 16 Margaret Doug- Â¬ Kentucky koft who used the upper stories for a Richmond erly Randolph County last night Tho lass a wealthy maiden lady was found dwelling body was putrid and had been hanging dead in her yard in the Second Ward Aullace 4 Office Main Stanley Engi jed 51 JO for days Touk disappeared on May 1 alloc lore afternoon yesterday London May IT It Is learned upsn Ho was an important witness against McKeesport the very best authority that a marriage his nephew in a murder trial which was There was a bullet wound through her E AULTZ back and she was undoubtedly murdered engagement has been entered into be- Â¬ to cone off soon and it is believed ho PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON tween Henry M Stanley and Miss DoroÂ¬ was murdered to prevent his testifying Her nephew has been arrested pending inquiry John Cross a popular young thy Tennant a young English lady of Kentucky Richmond affair has created intense excite- Â¬ man of McKeesport was found dead ariistic tendencies and greatly admired Th ment yesterday morning in a mill yard and V Office 22S Main Street -- Burnam A for her beauty 18- Cheimult liuilding upKlaln Made a Good Haul the mystery seems as insoluble as tho Carlisle for Ssnator Waverly la May lfi J W Robin other as he also was murdered though BLACK Fbaxkfokt Ky May IT John G inson who travels for B F Norris why and when no one knows as yet Tho Carlisle was nominated last night by Co wholesale jewelers of Chicago ar- Â¬ finding of tho bodies created a great tho Senatorial caucus for U S Senator rived here and in the absence of an ex- Â¬ deal of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON excitement in McKoesport as on the ninth ballot Tho vote was press wagon left his trunks in tho depot both are very well known Tho coro VI 72 Carlisle Lindsay The ex 25- Rki House Ky instructions that they bo sent to r has instituted an inveticrrion It is proposed to establish a system Speaker expressed his gratitude for the withhotel During tho his in the morning of underground tubes to facilitate tho Visitors to the U S Military Academy night burglars effected an entrance to transaction of business between the compliment in a brief speech MI AS HOOKER Washington May 15 The President Â¬ Capital at Washington and tho Depart the depot ard rifled both of the trunks A Mother Becomes Insane appointed the following as visitors to ments VETERINARY SURGEON Chicago May 17 A woman named which contained 820000 worth of has U S Military Academy Colonel the Iitv Sam Smaii will be a candidate Eustrom became violently insane yester- Â¬ watches jewelry and diamonds GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE for the Legislature in Georgia Francis J Crilly Pennsylvania Colonel He Lewis M Dayton Ohio General E Original Package Liquor Decision wants to represent Fulton County in the day and tried to kill her two babies by Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a throwing them out of a socond stc ry House ally Banok Mo May 16 James Mc Burd irubb New Jersey Rev Edward window Guire respondent in the original pack- Everett Hale D D Massachusetts A 1101on ease has loen dismissed in OFFICE Next door to I II MAX office Dll linghsin building Kichioond Ky age case was fined 100 and costs or Hon Cornelius C Jadwin Pennsyl- Â¬ Iowa in accordance with the recent Abraham Lincolns Sweetheart original package decision of the U 8 lil May 17 Tho re- Â¬ ninety days in jail by Judge Brett in vania Mr Hugh McMillan Michigan Petehsih io Supreme Court mains of Ann Rutiitlgi Abraham L n the municipal court yesterday it being Coionel Scott Shipp Virginia Top will unveil colns old sweetheart were disinterred held he was amenable to State laws Ho Ioiixstox Relic of the Stone Age the lee statue at Richmond Va yesterday after ha ing been in the coun- Â¬ appealed thcxaso to the supreme court IsrwicH Mas- - May 15 James But- Â¬ Siorx City Iowa Law and Order try grave yard at Concord for over hilf The basis of the decision is that after while plowing on his farm turned League has Oakland the goods arrived in tho Slate they ler an Debts due McKke A Tbaynor for seven saloon caused the arrest of thirty up keepers and owners of the a century and were buried at Indian idol of stone in tho form of ceased to be subject to laws governing a the xervfee of stallions serving mutes property occupied by tln m for violation to day serpent which is looked upon as an 7 IMS lvV Bini SK must be of the Prohibition law irtor Stato commerce Very Gocd Ilea undoubted relic of tho stone age and All mares paid to Owen KcKee Tin- great school book publishing May IT Tho Standards Bar will be deposited in the Essex Institute Loniion The Charge Not Sustained farmed in 1889 by McKee A Tray nor house of Van Aatwerp Bragg Co will New York May 16 Leslie MacLeod collection at Salem having colts living at weaning time hereafter be kat mi as tho American lin correspondent says that France andÂ¬ the associate editor of Wallaces Month- Â¬ Germany in order to oid frontier diswill he paid for by Owen McKee Book Company Balloting for a Senator to strip a wide spr ro ly was discharged from custody in tho owner of the colts April 14 1890 Ntearr schools have W cn established putes have agreed Frankfort Ky May 15 Four bal- Â¬ of tho frostier 44- MacLeod was Tombs police court OWEN McKEE at Chattanooga to teach colored men of ground on either side lots were taken by the Senatorial caucus and to place large boundary stones in charged with being implicated with last night bow to read their tickets the fourth resulting Car- Â¬ Robert L Wallace In stealing money conspicuous positions 29 Knott 16 Mc 89 Lindsay m bonus from John U Wallaco pro- Â¬ lisle and Peculiar Accident to a Pilot Creary 12 Mooro 12 Settle 7 prietor of the Monthly Canadian Crops Charleston W Ya May 19 While Da- - BcatnuumSraafioa arcae An Editor Robbed Pilot James Hatchell of the steam fer- Â¬ Toronto Ont May 19 Department uUy preparad praacrtoOoaa A Walk Over for Vaux eaef New York May 15 The editor and ryboat was making a landing about of Agricultural crop bulletin to May May 16 The Repub- Â¬ rtri Is riTu- - practice with aace PmiADiiiiiiA eleven oclock Saturday night a log Fall wheat patchy but on tho wbalo lican Convention in tho Third Congres- Â¬ proprietor of Wallaces Monthly at New drugxlag Tbm BpaciQca cam wltfcoal anTni Actpurr the rudder causfhg the pilot fair acreage of spring wheat considera- Â¬ sional District declared it inexpedient York was robbed of S50000 worth of struck and las vr radudi the jateni aad wheel to turn violently throwing him bly in excess of last year Acreage of to nomiuate a candidate and adjourned bonds by a relative aud the assistant deadtbraoTcreicn rcanedieaoftneW erld out the window He fell on the lower barley very much smaller than last Next Tuesdays election will therefore editor of the publication aoa uar or rmaru 1 Ferra coa deck on his head having torn away tho year be a walk over for Mr Yaux the Dem- Â¬ Three Workmen Killed S Varm W heavy banisters in his fall He may die 1 I r ill t Oil ocratic nominee LottsviiiK Ky May 15 By tho Ten Victims Buried 4 aftmrrmcar y of li ing of a caisson at the Louisvillo Block Miners Strike Fatal Mlns Explosion WiiKKsuAKiiK Pa May 19 Tho fu- Â¬ mall hnlfTa OokC Ind May 16 The day la- Â¬ and Jeffersonville bridge C PMitchell rti Â¬ Bhazii Pa May 0 An ox nerals of ten of the victims of the HertITll b NearaUia Tt block coal Charles Saunders and Joseph Walton m 9 jl darUe plosion of fire damp occurred Saturday ford mine took place yesterday after- borers and drivers in the ibbhm n io hi m colliery of the noon Every available space was occu Â¬ mines of this county have demanded a Were killed evening at the Empire II per day to S210 the Cotton Corner In England Lehigh and Wilkesbarre foal Company pied in the cemetery and the road lead Â¬ raise fromS18 aaiBrat Ooaakv Waataut i mi price paid in the bituminous niinos i iiox May 15 A new cotton cor- Â¬ near this city Only two men William ing to it was crowded with vehicles 13 The operators refused and a strike will ner is being formed in Lancashire A his helper Robert Craig and A s Thomas and la PI Ira Raaddr 14 Fell 0 3 Builrd Fjst result large quantity of American cotton is al Â¬ 1 u tfatArrk in that portion of ho colliery Infli Z WLAAKH Danviiie in May 15 By the fall MS ready cornered Prices cro advancing Both were killed Two Deaths by Suffocation of a bridge derrick a4 licarrl lleWlilvnyMealWi John IfcCtUM a Worcester Mass May 10 The wifo rirylJ workman was dashed one hundred fet Pcb Labor Blots la Spain George F Trains Trip W9 and daughter of President 0 Stanley majority of the MADRID found New Youk May 19 Georgo FrancU to the earth and instantly killed Hall of Clark University were gaoci iron works at BilbaoThe stopped operhave Train arrived in this city yesterday on or Mt poctpald on receipt Ex Secmary Whitney Satis old by ken out in the aBrrf aUsrlZ 14tpaathe steamer Etruria and left on a spe- Â¬ bv illuminating gas ationNew Yoiik Mav retury - have 0OVaw vieinityof He expects tc vnit cial train for Tacoma Mrs Whitney sailed for which killed while ri irmes world in complete his tour around the wlh ruing on the Wbito The cause was a sixty days Star Steai electric Ughtinj 3- Second Street next to White a Drug - II 3- t d 3- 1 i J jK JM A quorum BBMUaraBg House the motion wns agreed to aft r two n call- - and the lb use went into Committee of the Whole the iiuir on the laiin bill No oae desiring to occupy the one minute the read the bill by paragraphs for amendments Mr Hreckinriilge iKy of fered an amendment to come in after the en acting clausei prouilin that any citizen of the United States who manufactures or produces articles and sells them riitsHie of the Uuit d State shall be entitl I to admit free of duty any article of comnurc- which he may desire ii his business to the value of the articles exported Lost A half dozen other were offered and defeated the amendment t rose anil tin comm tt House adjourned Washington Mai B Sfsaie Amon the petitions presented ai d referred was one by Mr Quay from business men in Philadelphia remonstrating against the increase of duty on dress goods made wholly or partly from wooL Among the bills reported and placed on the calendar was the following Senate bill appro priatine 750C for a public building at Madison Ind Mr Dai is fis m the Committee on Pensions reported bark the House substitute for the Senate do cedent pension bill with a written report mil nnv ii that the House substitute be i on ror urn d m and a conference psktd Agreed to Mr Davi Sawyer and Hlodcelt were appointed conferees on the part I he of the Senate silver debate was resumed Jones of Ni vntta and Jones of Ar- - speaking p m the S nate adAt journed Hof-r- The tariff lull was considered Mr Hutterworth ms granted unlimited time for a speech Several amrndni nts proposed thereafter were voted down At i4jp m the House adjourned Washington May 14 Sen ate Among the bills reported and pined on the calendar was a Senate bill subjecting imported liquors to the n of the laws of the several States Mr Hoar la member of the Judiciary Comraitplained that the bill had been rendered eceaaary t y the late decision of the Sup eme olding that intoxiCoert of the Im cating liquors manufactured in one State and com cred Into another and there sold by the manufacturer or his agent can not lie inter fered with by States The silver bill was dis reaaed by Mr Tel er until 91 p in when an executive session was ordered At Ui5 p m the Senate laid as tie the silvTbili and took ur the calendar passing a number of bills inchu ing one for tb relief of Paymaster Goodloe At 43 p m th Senate adjourned HorPF The imendmetits to the dependent pension bill were insisted upon and a coner ence ordered The HMM ilien went into com mittee of the whole Mr Crosvenor of Ohio in the chair on the tariff hill Various amend looking to a redurtion of the duty on earthen and pliissware were made on the Democrat c side but met with no success Mr offered an amendment fixing Candler iMas the rate of duty on lamp chimneys at forty five per cent ad vaorem Lost 5fi to Having considered 16 of the 15 l pages of the bill the committee rose and the House adjourned Washington May 15 Semvik A number of bills were reported including the House bill to pension Mr-- Parnell Mr Teller resum speech on the stiver bill and concluded Mr Coke followed Senator Shrman to day submitted an amendment intended to be proponed by him to the pending silver bill It provides that the halluces standing to the credits of National banks for deaoatta made to redeem eirculat ng natal shall lv covered Into the Treasury as a miscellaneous receipt and the Treasure shall reiicm he circulating notes of the ba ks whit h may come into iis possession subject to relempton Hocpr Mr McKinley from the Committee on Kules reportd a rest ution providing that hereafter lie House shall meet ai 11 oclock that aft r the reading of the journal and the il of conference report the House shall ro into Committee oi t lie Whole on the tariff bill that the bill shall lie read tiiroucli com mencinp wuh paragraph III and shall be open to amendment on any p rt of ihe tiiii following para7raph llu and that on Wi dne d iy next at noon the bill wuh pending amendments shal he reporteti to tat House Adopted ye is lift nays B Th bill was then read unt15 p m when a recess was taken until 73u the night session beinr or private pension bills Wasiiingtiin May M sinatk la the on the antitrust lulu The siher toll was di cussod after a brief executive ses on itic Senate adjtmrnel HotKC The House went into a committee on the whole iMr Grosvenor in the Chair on the tarltf bi A numticr of verbal amendments n motion of Mr McKinley mad to the Mr McKinley offered an amendment bill specially including glass chimneys in the clause relative to thin blown glass at a duty of 10 cents per dozen and 40 per cent ad valorem an amendment of Mr Henderson of Iowa to re tain the present rate on lamp chimneys was de feated PIT to lfti several verbal amendments to the wool schedule were agreed to at 5 p m the House took a reefss the night session being for private pension bills Washington May 17 Skn ate Hills pass ed To pay to the a signees of John Koach 38 Mil for eitra work on the moniior Puritan and 0 274 for the care of the montor Hoanoke to pay rSOOOO to the daughters of Joseph Henry late Secretary of the Smithsonian Insiitute compensation of bis public services for the relief of the sinkiig fund commissioners of Louisappropriating HOOOOT for a public ville Ky building at Pans Kv itoprovde for the return of s cond clas i ail matter lull releasing to Har Â¬ vard rollece and to the university of California the right of the United States to forty acres of Senate bill apland tfor observatory purpose propriating tsoioun for a bronze equestrian J tint in the city statue o General of Washington was passed A conference was ordered on the House The tariff bill was con Senate antitrust bill sidered in sections and an ugly row occurred in which Byrum of Indiana usd unparlia mentary language concrnirj Hayne of Penn sylvania for which he recened the censure ol the House yeas Wt nays lol The session was protracted ly this ncd nt until luiHO p m when the House sdoui m d New Itents 1 I -Â¬ Â¬ I 1 After Ia working hard all nijrht the rescuing parties at the ill fated mine discovered at 7 oclock yesterday mornin an er tombod Hungarian named Russ He was sitting up in one of the ganjr ways He was able to talk and said he trav- Â¬ eled away from the other men immed Ho ately after the eavo in Thursday workings made for the abandoned He thought the men must all ho safe in one of the breasts This news caused great rejoicing among the rescuers They thought sure the vvlmlo party must lie safe The news was sent to the people on the outside and there was great cheering Hut this joy of the multitude was short lived Russ died as soon as ho was brought into tho open air He had inhaled the fatal gan The rescuing party who had pushed their way further into the mine camo across 10 dead bodies in the third lift of the Ilaltimore vein The men were clasped in each others arms They weio brought to the surface as soon as possi- Â¬ ble The ghastly appearance of tho bodies cast a gloom over the people and their lamentations were pitiable to hear The conclusion was almost positive that all the men must be dead Such proved to be the caso At 1015 Foreman Reese of the rescuing fjang reached the chamber where tho men took refuge Eighteen bodies were found huddled together Tie Some of the ImmI sight was sickening ies had no heads and others were minus As quickly as jiossilro hands and feet the bodies were brought to the surface As soon as a dead body made its appear Â¬ ance at the mouth of the pit some reli Oh tives would cry out in distress that is my poor papa1 or Oh my dar- Â¬ ling husband that is him I can tell ly Hay When Michael his coat was brought up his wife ard threw themselves children nine on what remained of his body Strorg men had to turn away with tears in their eyes Finally the manifestation of grief became so great that a guard had to be placed around the mouth of the pit Superintendent Phillips says the men wero killed by an explosion of gas When the cave in occurred all tho lights were blown out It was tht n dangerous to relight the lamps but Miner Allen insisted on relighting his I am goin to have a light to He said As soon as he lit his get out of here Out of tho -- 7 lamp tho gas exploded men in the mine - are dead Wilkeshakhe May 17 U Mr Macttne Â¬ representing the Farmers Alliance yesterday morning continued his arguments begun the day before before the Ways and Means Committee in favor of tho Pickler bill to establish sub Treasuries for the receipt of agricultural products lie was questioned by members of tho committee respecting the details and probable effect of the bill He proceed Â¬ ed to explain the process proposed to regulate the issue of produce certifi- Â¬ tor excates lie said that the m cluding imports of agricultural products was olnious if the quality of the certificates was to be preserved The certi- Â¬ ficates would constitute the soundest and best currency in the world Prob-Â¬ ably not one half of the 50000000 appro- Â¬ priation asked for to put the new machinery in action would be required but tho sum should not be absolutely fixed at a minimum as in time it would be necessary to extend the SjasOSB to include all the products of lalior not cov- Â¬ conclu- Â¬ ered by In patents sion Mr Macune said that tho National Alliance had not sent out a singlo printed petition and that thoso petitions and demands now pouting in upon Congrcs were tho spontaneous offerings of the farmers of tho United States who were convinced that they knew what they wanted and wero going to have it Mr Flower said argument upon the in comment that the farmer would do well to managed his domestic affairs without Government interference The currency system of the present was wrong The Government had not manajri d it proper- Â¬ ly and could not do so It had taken from the States the right to issue cur rency although it was itself no judge of the needs of the people The States and their people were the best judges Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tnx reduction bill was made a special order for next Thursday The anti script or mioers hill was tliscussed nnd left untlmsheil HoiSF Tte H usethis morning adopted the Senate resolution eitendmir the session in- definitely TSe following were among the biils House bill to incorporate the Repub rassed llcan State League rtf Kentucky Senate bill lncorpont njr the Florence and Covington Street Kailwty Company House bill to autht r ize the ls ue of rT30O0 bonds for the purpose ol constructing a levee along the waer front ol Newport also House bill to amend the charter of the Fdison Electric llluminatinc Heat and House bill Power Company of Newjiort amending the Charter of Covington with reference to the duties of the lmard of equalization of taxes Senate amendment concurred in Wilt ia ses- KKANKroitT May II HSSilS sion Fhankfoht r islativr rroeeclings The vetoed Mav 10 Scnatz -- - v4y faH wr- - To 15 flbaallli Â¬ What on earth possessed you to climb a tn th with a good deal of aeid in I Ih iuise I felt Uke U replied Mr At ELL W i dysaldMlr er as h Well why dont you feel like going vfVV entered th and I diving head first into that ma T house tho other shall if I want to A man of your age and one as clumsy evening in ap pare n t great as you are ought to know lietter than good humor to be prancing around like a calf Whos com- Â¬ growled Smith I ing asked brokt nebody It and just then he found retort Aunt Jane say to mc N Spring Well you see what your nonsense BOWSEKS B Pimples Blotches AND- - a jffi VCB V orine to throw off ti Not n ing nature as is a simple vegetable compound Is kam t most a yet eliminates I contracted That the boot is that nature is ctubav-- ind I fa n w tho very start SEra f - Senate bill providins House Bills passed for the adoption and use of trade aiarks ber AsaaSffl on Lichirg river aad it- - trihutarn I Company hill Senate incorporating in of city Jefferson the Fort bill incorporating County Senate Hallard the Central City Mineral Raima- Company Senate bill incorporating the Breathitt City Bridge Compnny incorporatin the Williams burg Bridge Company Senate bill incorporating the Southwestern News Qaaaaaay incorpora tinr the town of Bromley in Kenton County establishing a new voting place in the Fourth Magisterial District in Kenton Coaaty lie Governor vetoed the bill fur the b nefit of criminals under lti years of age The bill au thorizes the Governor to contract with the of tiers or manrgers of some hou- of refuge ot other charitable institution to receive criminals nntler lti years of age who have been sentenced to serve a term In the penitentiary Frankfort May 13 Senate A number of local bills were passed in the Senate to day In order to romp y with the law both branches o the Legislature tools a ballot on D S Senator at noon to day It was not indicative at ail in M- mbors fact It was something of a farce An voted for each other and for McOiny ne Rooncy ami other lina jinaiive persons BOOH A toll awaasaoi as a cure for the lawlcssne of the inoietains wns railed up ant It p ov ties that wre re the local condi tions arc such as to Interfere with the administration of Justice parties under accusation may Gov be taken to ni adjacent county for trial ernor Buekner sent in his veto of the bill to charter the Atamoiint ami Manchester railroad The billowing were among the new bills introTo amend the charter of I orington by duced repeallij so mue i of the act of lSSi as authorizes the school board to issue oomls for addi Also to amend the tional school buildings charter of Covington so as to regulate the comdeclaring Licking rivmon schools of lhat city er a lawTul fence from the Ohio river to Hanls lick creek in Kenton County incorporatin the Cairo Hickman and Memphis Railroad Company incorporating the Harrison County tank incorporating the Christian Church of Ludiow Kenton County incorporating the Big Sandy Bridge Company Frankfort May 14 Another useless ballot was cast In Joint session by the Legislature today At the precise moment that the far away whistle of the Kentucky penitentiary rang shrilly out indicating the noon hour the folding doors of the had of Representatives were thrown open to disclose the massive form ol Ad Joe Reed the d or keeper of the Senate vancing up the aislo le sir ted Speaker Myers and announced the present of the Senators upon the door statin that they had eome to e hour called tar trans ct the business that Speaker Myers surrendered his seat and gacl to Mr Smith who ordered the call of the rolL Il showed lli members present in person or by proxy Senator Dickerson of Grant movetl that no formal nominations be made and the chair ordered a call o the memliers Each member pursued the same tactics that marked the gathering of the day before their votes being so badly scattered that the highest man on the list Colonel Ben Lee Hard n of Lexington had but eight ballots recorded opposite his name Fhankfort May 13 SEATr The following House bills were passed Incorporating the Dean Fields Coal Mining sndCukc Company incorporating the ih London treet Railway Company incorporating the Beattyville Street Transit Company incorporating the Greenup County Fair Association incorporating tho Citizens Bank of Ashland authorizing the Kentucky Central Railway Company to enter or consolidainto contra- ts for purchase tion with companies of this State or other States incorporating the Fordsville Hartford aud Southwestern Railroad Company provid ing for the const ruction of any levee along the water front of the city of Newport and author izing the issual of bonds to pay for same incorporating the Republlcpn State League of Kentucky incorporating the Carrollton Electric Light and Power Company Hocsb The House got into a squabble over the unfinished business of yesterday and ac complished nothing exc pt a formal ballot in joint session for United States Senator Fhankfoht May 18 Senate The followPrescribing ing House bills were passed the fermof report made out by the stewards to the superintendents of charitable institutions chartering the Cumberland KivcrCoal and Mining Company incorpora wig the Psoas ings Bunk of Maysville establishing the for wife heaters in Me Lean COaaty incorporating the Augusta Electric Lightaed Gas Company In Bracken County incorporating the Louisville Somerset and Jellico Southern RailThe bill and substitute to reroad Company apportion the State Congressional Districts came up for consideration and occupied the re mainder of the session HotSE The House got Into a filibustering humor early In the day and succeeded in doing nothing very magn fleently The usual formal ballot for United States Senator was taken and resulted in a victory for Captain Tod Hall of Clarke County he receiving 12 votes j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ st that unfitted me cie I i r any few bottles of S incoiporatng the BeattyvtUe Street Transit AGONIZING As DEATH a Man Is Disappearing friends Ilaee a liuliber Hurled Nkiv Yoiik May 10 John H Parcells night dispatcher in the New York post ollice was killed by the caving in of a well on his place at tVoodaide L I Mr Parcells was repairing Saturday the well when it partially caved in burying him nearly to the neck The quicksand continued to run down and the efforts of neighbors to extricate tho unfortunate man only increased his danger A rubber tube was procured and placed in Mr Parcells mouth so that he could breathe after the sand had covered his head After several hours labor the sand as cleared away again but it was found that Mr Par cells had been unable to retain the tubo in his mouth and had been clinked to death He was one of the leading citizens of Woodsido He leaves a widow and six children in comfortable circum etances Â¬ in Quicksand Tube in His Mouth to Unable Him to Hreathe VI lute HELICGRAPHY An Advance Step in the Method or Signal- Â¬ ing by Plushes of Light ENTOMBED ALIVE Twenty Seven Pennsylvania Miners Caught Hy n Cave In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sir Rowaar tree Swift oAtUa I was already possessed of the knowl Â¬ But at th a farmer appeared Take aa edge that spring had appeared It of the woods and CAUTION TV L Dons Drlee irn Well get ready Smith and I have after rer he queried bottom Ir the dealer cannot snjpply aaav planned that tho two families of us will What as i direct to factory nclaatac advertised mor Â¬ take a trip to the green We are going to drive out with row lum have you cs- What 1 ii froiii Well take lunch along and V a a picn ramble and cull flowers and climb trees and have a day out Did joa Had oa I dont want to go N Tea dont Thats you to a dot Sorry for you but I cant have peo- Â¬ aaaal You always play mule whenever I plan ple building fires and galloping over my My charg anything land for uiiiig Mr Bowser the woods are wet that dollars Whats the matter with your Is the ground is wet There may be bin d man one buil somewhere within lifiy miles Who of Detroit but you wont find it It is Why him pointing to Mr Bt You would Bowser retorted and tine word also too early for flowers come home mad if we with another until ir took all of us to prevent 1 weald eh Well I am going just a light The farnp vodollars the same and if you dont want as wo or and he sat on along yea can Stay heeme tome home y and cai a parting Otip would think from th mad you talked that 1 was always on tho Ill bet that old daffodil with his ragged edge Irivephad the planning of this Rmeniber Mr Bowser I CENTLEMEN this scheme Its a month too early If Fine Calf Heavy Laced tr iin aud Creel I moor TY aterproof you aro disappointed you cant lay it to The abort Beat in ntsal the conversa- Â¬ eilMl IKSI the world Fxsmln his INK HlMi sIllHI oHOat me Smith and tion which passed V M IOO II N hi T -- nor Who ever laid any thing to you POII II K v IMlI I VKVIF K stlOE Bowser on the Any hi t I a i I it I You have Never No man in this world is more osent tho ready and willing to father his own mis- Â¬ conversation between Mr Bowser and takes than I am self after we bad reached home 173 SHOE FOR MISSES It was settled that we should go It Beat Material Bet Style Best rilllajj had to lie settled that way of course again represent the peace- Â¬ W L DoiiKbsH Brockton Mass Sold ky The almve Mrs Smith came over during the even- Â¬ starry decked sky now covering ing and let ne lenow that she was also ful and Mr Bowser did not family circle opposed to it but had promised to go for our me and apply for a divorce and sake of the ride out and back Each leave Smith were playing cachet to- the of us put up a lunch and a soon as ho and 1 breakfast was dispoei d of next morning we were all ready to get Mr Bowser itjle 1 on s lie Vs ng about got up singing the me Pat seal flowers that bloomed in the wildwood said a negro n and even when he four 1 a cold north- - name had I in conversa tion ome one rejoined TOO soeiabb I XS s ir whim ld be but Mrs Treatise on Blood and 5sS J - W L DOUGLAS 3 SHVC i - -- i 32SHOEStAFDk JACK FREEMAN A RUFF A I -- Yas uh d I likes aajaajaaajaajaajajafi y IMatlbO m Xk a- - - I f 4UFk Lear3 XL J -- fur er man ter be friendly an all dat tid mo lien er man comvy I jes nachully gits Uke he got SO tired He WUZ all I ig bnt now he In what way did he become too so- Â¬ ciable Well salt he come er cuttin me wid r gret er razor er sharp one It n like dat Arkan- sorter saw Ti lie Was Kintl whip that boy white man asked of an old ni tones son stood in the road I -- WnCHfrlAKERvaJEWELER DKALEK IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Sliver aud Special at the cattle I er minit T east wind blowing nnd a winter overcoat necessary his enthusiasm v ps not said the white man diminished As we reached a tollgate man before thai child than he w In he suburbs of the city Mr li Beats any thing I eh asked of the old man who took the toll How far is it out to where vo can fur ef Â¬ I mirin tosckaii him off would do ir Bah the old but he is on answered Lf he wuz my own boy Id whup him in aw a wn - Plated ware etc attention given to FE7TING sah unary me boda- - D1AM0HM AND OTHEK PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING Promptly done tad in a workmanlike man i picri- waat to pi nic If yon Wl he replied Ill biro yon I If yt which has a store in it wait six weeks you can find a woods about three miles of us said any thing in r but I noticed Mr Bowsers lower jaw I noticed furthermore take a drop that as we passed tree after tree with- Â¬ out sign of bud hebegan to hitch about I filially Inquired of him uneasily Mr Bowser how fur is it to the green forest You will probably get there when the rest of us do he sweetly replied os ho returned up the collar oT his over- Â¬ coat Wo got there at last That is we reached a piece of vvtxxls There was nothing green aliout them and Mr Mr Smith seemed a bit disappointed Bowser wouldnt give in hov ever but declared that he felt like a new man He said that the scent of wild flowers which came to him carried him back over a period of twenty years Wo couldnt sec any of the flowers men- Â¬ tioned but after making the team secure We hadnt we sot out to look for them gone five rods before Mr Smith discov Â¬ ered a bunch of green moss and Mr Bowser found a leek These discoveries filled them with enthusiasm and they Tho pranced around like two colts only mishap which occurred before luncheon was brought about by Mr He saw an old Bowsers friskiness blrds nest on bush and galloped off to get it and fal ingovera log he broke both suspenders ripped his coat up tho baok and covered himself with black dirt I helped to brush him off and ho appeared to enjoy the joke as much as Smith did but as soon as he could find opportunity he said to me It has turned out just as I said it would Well didnt I tell you it was too early to come No maam Bat for you 1 never should have thought of coming We ate our luncheon sitting on a log Tho childrens teeth chattered as they waited and when Mrs Strath found her it Smith build a feet wet she in- lire He complied and was rewardi d by thanks all r round and the fall of a We should have gono few snow flakes home but for Mr Bowser He insisted m ulliiig the wild flower nnd after a time disappeared from sight Present Â¬ ly we heard him yelling as if in trouble and when we had run to the spot we found him lying bunched under the tree He had sighted a bud and at temped to get it and met with a fall He proved to be more scared than hurt however and when we had lifted him to his feet ho managed to hobble to the fire now- - KOI I II ON 1 Hi 11 lit Paid fr i ani I t theDont forget to Pot ottiee - the place next door Kiel tuond Ky 5 2 -- The Doctors Convention in their session at Henderson elected the following officers for the ensuing year President Dr George W Pooler Clinton senior vice president Dr J M Poyntz Madison junior vice president Dr Ap Morgan Vance Louisville permanent secretary Dr Steele Belly Stanford assistant secretary Dr J Y Oldham Lexington treasurer Dr J B Kinnard Lancaster librarian Dr T B Greenly West Point The following will constitute the board of censors for another year II Brown chairman Hustonville F H Clark secretary Lexington W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - VS Stranger Say mc boy is the insane a near Boy Tea Thats it right over there You be- the second lunatic whats ast mo where they live ter day Golden Days Fall of 3 - ZZ - y J -- Â¬ T an Aerolite - - M Hanna Henderson J G Brooks Pa V D Rodman Hodgenville ducah Samuel M Willis Pine Grovo Lexington was selected as tho next place of Â¬ meeting A sensation was created at Hopkins ville the other day by tho finding of the body of an infant in a box in a vacant lot in the suburbs of the city Miss Nellie Dudley was married at Frankfort to Amos Northcote of Chicago a son of Sir Stafford Northcote Earl Â¬ Dur- Â¬ May 15 HaBTFOKD ClTT Ind ing the heavy thunder storm an aerolite fell in an alley back of the gas office When it was found yesterday morning by Charles Wingate and is now on exhi- Â¬ L The stone bition at th m metal obj ct made a large hole shore it 9 four pounds ten ounces fell measures fourteen inches in circumfer and is round as a cannon ball a appearance which it rt o llfi - - pa i i - Bold but Logic - Â¬ Important Notice iiMit - a prominent physician of Lexington has been sent to the asy- Â¬ lum a victim of the cocaine habit The oii hundredth anniversary of Methodism in Kentucky was celebrated at Lexington on the 15th The Prohibitionists of Kentucky have nominated Mrs Josephine K Henry of Versailles for clerk of tho court of ap-Â¬ peals The other afternoon the dead body of Eli C Reeves was found about threo miles from his home near Moreland with his neck broken and his face Several parties bruised and mangled ire suspected and County Attorney A V Young is investigating the matter of Iddesleigh J B Stuck y ter Why will you toll such falsehoods Lucy asked a mother of her daughCause mamma if mc I Â¬ youd spank Judge told the truth 3 rheu ernUicalf etc sore ill feaÂ¬ Contagions Blood Diseases are c 2 I ic 2 Job aj a 3 poison fro Botanic BI BU zl r sibility of other coining like Hnliu Co Atlanta lia i HUMPHREYS UNMERCIFULLY FLOGGED Two Mormon Klders and Eight Women Converts to the Faith Vebnon Fla May 15 Two Mormon elders have been tramping through Washington and Holmes Counties dis- Â¬ tributing their religious tracts They went by the name oc Elders James and Maxwell and hailed from Utah They had prose y ted to a considerable extent especially among young unmarried wom- Â¬ en They secured a party of eight women to go West with them and left last week Abram King living six miles from here had two daughters in the party King and his son with his neighbors ono of whose wife was with the converts pursued the Mormons and on capturing them tied thorn to trees stripped them flogged them unmercifully and then let them loose and began firing on them The Mormons ran into the swamp and have not been seen since and it is be- Â¬ young lieved that they perish women were brought home and one of tlem was well swit akiug each one wh tor book that will convince writes J II Outlaw Mt i Hive N I s ainl arms Ivid run n in ix sores on One bottle B B B cared me entirely M iss L Johnson Be wrltetc IS H I nns w me like charm el and Ixi unit iny barf caiii out but ii B B healed tne iiuiekly V J Kiniiin B Hiitchens Texas writes B K has cured my wife of a large ulcer on tut all other medicine I -- SSifis z ad r- - a a 2 3 COlli M E2 J Kossniaii a nroniitieut merchant of know of one speedily cured by B B ired a lady of ugly scrofu- V 1 ssuxsssxfssii I V i B B B In lirclii lore t Mxev Ga Ward of write WninWnW Summer Tours MACKINAC - Oasland Bases thai ever came to our know letle Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1S89 I I II MACKINAC PALaCC STtAMCrlS Low Xkar Tits vsr Warns Â¬ Heiatlai LlaVi FTr RoYa J 1 Baking Powder Ratc DETROIT ISLAND Wmaa atasia OMa DETROIT AND CLEVELAND - cj - - OU E ILLUSTRATED aaVkssaat E- iy your X PABHLtTS or I3 CV T- - SPECIFICS ABSOLUTELY PURE OSB nr-- THE CLIMAX rnunm The Climax Printing the Tennessee Valley when weighed in MORE ABOUT BEES CONCERNING FARMERS that a vote was or was not taken finest editioiL that have been issued We the sensitive scales of industrial competido not lielieve that size considered there on the nomination for Secretary tion is sufficient to turn the eyes of all 360 to 375 Beau in Clark county JS0 S RKKSR Great confusion ami disorder prevailed is a better library in the United States thoughtful business men and capitalists DssaMaats f Madison county what do Editor FRENCH TIPTON for two hours or iore occasionally quiet- Â¬ The market quotations show that there is In Boyle county HO slop cattle 200Rs towards it In a few short weeks you intenil t do The first honey bees brought to the sold at 4 cents Mr C not a great deal of differene tietween the ing for a anaam from sonielsxly Read a brief and temperate summary our citizens will select a nuin to make the eveby eusesdat by rnord Journal United States were the brow n or German Pattie nuide a logical well conised prices then and now As Trustee of R Warm In Boyle county 25 bushels of old corn of its advantages as a lisation for manulaw of the liees from England but in more recent Co organicdefined the State the Constitution and telling sjieech in favor of Imgtnoor and Lccy White the un sol at 200 facturing and industrial enterprises for A NEW NIAGARA SHIP CANAL- which extent of our olitical years many varieties have been imiiorted and considering it was his first public efwill lilerty ami private rirlit- - and - the test fort was the liest speech of the Conven- Â¬ Wm G White Ciias S Powell Wxil in adjoining counties is selling at residence health seeking or investment the most prominent being the yellow or First Two inexhaustible fields of Iron The committee on railroads and canals Italian from Italy and the countries con 22 and square to measure every law made by the cents tion Mr Richard White Miller son of 150 supreme jowers of the State of tlie House of Representatives has ta tiguous to the Mediterranean Bee The 1KICE PER YEAR apt Tom Ferrell reports of Bob Bam Shin Rone Ridge and Iron Hill the forthe late Judge W C Miller made his WJiat is the difference betVieeB IVmo ken favorable action in rotation to the bill more admirable qualities of the Italian at Red lints Saturdav Mare wnd colt mer one half mile and thelattersix miles Wc4a5d7 - - - Ky211890 crats ami Hepuhlicans It is simply a first public speech in favor of Mr Adams for the construction by the government mare 220 from Spring City from which ore is being 130 mare and colt 5170 nsists principally in their beauty At 10 oclock a M sell at puljl and it was complimented on all sides of a ship canal around Nif gam Falls beFair crowd mined in large quantities daily Spring differem e in the manner ami methods of ill household icc gtxd prices 4 mile- and more gentle disposition but they w sale on the premi--- s S 8UCOB80U Mr P 11 Sullivan also sjioke at length CARLISLE Citys iron ore is no experiment government awl then manners and tween Iike Krie and I ake Ontario Tlie not lie found backward with their stings and bidding livclv and forcibly in favor of Mr Adams KichmoncI on the tag Hill p Second The Cincinnati Southern and methods are as different from each other route most favored it 21 miles long and whenoree aroused And now as these N Laaaawm of Paltimore was here this A nuinln r if ajirsnt are loouiinj up Senator Harris Col Tevis and others If the Constitution Central Tennessee Railways BBSSt here as day i from iiijrlit an appropriation of 10000 for the ar- articles are written sen esspecially for He made speeches and still others tried to hxking for extxirt cattle itn anl tampliell itmntiet- to suc directs and limits our law maker-certainly rangement of the preliminary details is the farmer bea hespst and not the spec week the latter striking the Waldeiis Ridge Both the method and reuk -- he 40 of apeak Ixiught none however as those having ceed Mr Carlisle iu ConpvsK Hon does do you a- - I Vim units want coking coal at two miles and the newly Syrup of Figs is taken it u plessnni included together with 1000000 for U ialist I will point a few common errors There wen- too many Btoaoalttoae 4 arc llaliiiui JikIjk W WCtearj food ones asked 5c which Mr Lchnian discovered Andrews or Pocahontas Coka Iu uhicau to make your Constitution from Ixith sides for us to under ginning the actual work of construction and refreshing to the tast and give a few simple instructions for would not give Dbsskjm JslBasaate viinrtn Kx KHbS si unl is to e 11 feet wide AND HIGH GRADE a Constitution that forces you to follow ing Coal gently yet promptly on the Ki hieya manipulation of swarms and hives to sewant The promised canal Some take to mention them 8enair IV rry anl CM K If N J W Fmhrys sale on Thursday How t in the tracks of Kepiihlican ideas Third The e t Coking Coal in the Liver ami Bowels deal at the Ixittom with a minimum depth of cure the most surplus honey First of all ed to take the vote viva voce Others rt nrr aiinnuiiitil There will Ik amounted 10 SI 700 Forty shorthorns 91 pet cent of fixed car cost being SiOOOOOO does tbe Republican idea suit you you to divide tem afssetoslly dispels c there is no use to make a fuss and aafss ranged hum fJM to r0 and averaged world yielding POLLED AH60S UTTU the house by taking opposite JO feet its est incited other ani the fight has bejmn E A wry face indeed of such an outlay is old time 1 Vim n rit consideration lxn at a distance of twenty seven miles aches and fevers and chits habitual with tin pans horns brooms etc but alxiut aVdea of a centre lino others to clear the The araaai BBSS anil amply And will lie more unU ss heroic meas A Valican tilly made available by the Central Tennessee constipation commercial value but in busy yourself with getting ready the new Syrup of Figs is the n room and count the votes in at the doors primarily its beard in Mr mak- - thenim lvt Ms t Vatican Railway asm the Ofejadaf to the market only remedy of its hind cvr pro- Consisting of 1 imported True e taken and taken at once view of our present treaty provisions hive brushing out cobwebs roaches or sold for SMI two othfor Chairman and still arll-h--V place k and red i bred on and 10 a yearling Vatican of flu wonderful BtocfcOoal through the duced pleasing to the taste U fillies IVmocrats are a unit on this question ers which allow the maintenance of but one safe while the swarm is settling on to place tellers at the dixir and count irling pt in Angus Cow- and will unite without a dissenting voice tie- vote on going mtt gunboat by this government on the lakes some convenient limb and this swarm coltSLsame medium This Block Coal the only ceptable to the ataana COLONEL I 111 KCHILL DEAD its action and truly LenefieiaJ i iu Angus Heifers and 8 two What good fanning lands are worth coal in the world that can make iron withfor the election of any soodsssa of a war with England When may Ik- detained clustered for several each party declared their willingness its value in event Heifers bred 9 yearling cigars five cents out Ix ing eosnrerted into coke cxi ts in effects prepared cily from American natter with you fellows standing it l in Inis u i Clinnliil hours by slightly sprinkling water oa fifty dollars per acre and to do fair hy the other and at the same is apparant Sdemtk eaaWtaBO Steers one thori An each every time a young man smokes vast quantities in the line of the Central healthy and agreeaV IK over there in the Snede of peDRMMU pref illc la t Wednesday sacd 77 yar them w ith a small broom repeating the time each party accusal the other of ls NEW WHEAT REGIONS many excellent qualities cameasad it Polled Angus Boll ihr one be dissolvei into smoke and ashes XeaSBBBBee extension erenoe and you dampened by one small ing afraid to come to a vote and of not edited the fit lyitlis lWilietin ami dose occasionally Now comes the im Do you f Polled Angm Cos the price of nine square feet of gixxl land Fourth Chcaiier Iron than any other to all and have mrdo it the Best Cows warm frieuil of Henry Clay ami shower of private prejudice wanting to do riiht alxiut it Becem informaiton from sevens sourc- ncrtojat part of hiving the swarm and ff grow at one crop wheat locality Spring Citys Imnthv supply popular remedy known Gentlemen Democrats Calves 1 Yoke of Oxen 11 rvcd in tlie call Win llenry Hani closely followed upon which can who had all es reaches this city concerning the great these suggestions are Kinaliv the Chairman Ehrap of Figs is or sale in 50c Mare- - an 1 C thai will not da The snod soldier fight alone preserved his temper and a smile and increasing wheat fields developing in much honey and fewer swarms will be enough to keep a man in bread for a day and her Coking Coal are nearer together Nate heuate ami was a delegate and SI bottles by all lea Ikor corn sufficient to feed a fattening In g and by the extension of the Tennessee i year old gray geldii g Cniv fiit i hi lsiai Be return all the time No dilatory excoaevnll ixik a viva voce vote ill lain ll for the the Argentine Republic if South Ameri- the result Any reliable druggie vrho gists Vies length of time ted by the jealous goddess of De- Central six miles to Iron Hill hcrtrans year old filly one 2 year el ti Kentucky ami fnmn l tli cluster is hanging quietly on for the same 1ST there were le adjourned the convention Adams ca In may not have it on hand will pro 0er 825000 acres While the y Tlie fighl has to be made and W HeBWierit ie platform in ism The Danville correspondent of the portation of ore aad coal without break- cure it promptly foe awy cue who one I year-old gelding one aad with the Adams men left the court- Â¬ under cultivation and at the present time the tiee move the old hive the one the Party principles deniand Mr C C ing hulk is ncce siirily secured cheaper BMt in lv7 under tovermir must le soon swarm came from toa new hx ation place Harrodsburg Saying says room nearly 0000000 acres in vstly in wheat vramn to try it Do not accept auy mare a lot of II Helm aii again firat liort time umler it Corn in crib 500 pounds of More than two hundred men remained this i ncrase during 14 yeans is attracting the new and empty hive in place of the Leer of Pxuirlxui Ixiught of Caldwell k thai any other locality substitute Blackburn besides shoulder meat Fifth Cheap transjKirtation to market ami there were loud calls for Mr Ilron considerable attention ami vitally inter- old one just moved and hive the swarm Son of Boyle county a yearling jennet CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SENATOR CAKL1SLE He Spring City is nearer to the eastern the stand thanked the ests our wheat growers iu the fact that a in it You will readily see that moving lor 300 and two jennet colts for fjOM Implements etc Will a stoii SAM FRANCISCO CL LLKKSHIP APPELLATE DEW iORX fY LOUISVILLE Kf audience for the compliment and con rival for foreign trade of no small magni the old hive to a new location will leave each He also lx night of bx- Harlan five market by rail than Chattoaoogaby fifty some Crass Land The joint IVmocratic caucus at Frank tinued to speak for a number of minutes tude is coming to the front the working force including the honey jennet colts of Joe Tarkington one jai k five miles than Birmingham by one hunTerms made known In Saturdays county conventions fort Friday night nominated John The Argentine Republic is developing gatherers that are in the field at the time and one jennet colt for 875 of J K dred and thirty five miles She is only saying among other things that it was r Clerk of the throughout tlu day est sale Carlisle for the United States Senate probably the last time be would ever an extraordinary activity in all depart- of swarming with the new swans and Ikiugbman Lincoln county I six miles from the Tennessee River which L Madden Court of Appeals J M FOSTER Tn jennets for 800 of W T Wood a affords cheap transjxirtation to the Ohio Pet slice sl the lamented lames B Is ck xxls ments in spite of the adverse conditions from this stand we will secure the surMessrs make a political speech - uon first inhas a teal ai The nomination was made on the Btfa bal-Â¬ and Tipton were chosen as SiTctarics of its currency system immigrants from plus honey if we move the unfinished jennet colt 150 of Alexander Cooke Z E Bisu Auctioneer Sixth A cheap river outlet for manuami -- I I on sec ml lntiiiooi lot of the caucus On the Kb ballot the 9Italy and lately from ierniany are flock- lxixes from the old hive to the new one Washington county a jennet colt for factured gixxls by Piney and Tennessee Senator Harris offered resolutions namnext with I36fil4 cotex instructed Carlisle ol Iimisav 100 st km ing delegates to the lnui ville Conven ing to that land at the rateof a steamship This should lie done several hours after flowing OB the ha- - I IV first vites vte Rivers the former stream and t seconds Adams Knott and Kettle bail with- tion to nominate a Democratic candidate load per day or l STATE OF KENTUCKY UcCreary UK er annum hiving tie swarm and not later than the Hon Jere Raxter Nashville Teiin the outskirts of the city w ith power enough Madison Common Ilkas onds Martin has 111 on first JRT after the 7th baUot and Moore for Clerk of the Court of Apaeala in- Many of these immigrants have engaged next day The old colony will not likely drawn Govevwjar has former candidate for mds Ii to run many factories and navigable for Ioow lias tiWj liallot am Clerks Office May 5 1890 uid others before that time After the structing the delegation to vote first for in the cultivation of the soil for the pur swarm again and will seldom store any Maplewixxl his beautiful farm of forr one and one half mili s from its mouth pledged for first choice and 22 seconds OF Mi ballot Governor McCrcary withdrew E IeBoe Plaintiff of growing grain and many are dai- more surplus honey- - but one bix may tcen hundred acres toa syndicate of Pxs affording a splendid Van ant has 50 first eatei and natural harbor for a Marr against i ds and then the nomination wa- - made tinan Mr Longinoor of Cynthiana and second pose ORDER ly arriving for precisely that same par for Judge Flench of Mt Sterling be left on There is one licauty alxnit ton gentlemen for 300000 in cold cash dozen industries llrinkley has S first vole- - and French J J T DeBoe Defendant ini us hiving swarms on the old stand you do The negotiations for the place have beea The resolutions were adopted after pose as it is estfmatcd there is over IHHI has lti Sevnty cijrht counties heard from Seventh The most lx autiful town site throughout were charÂ¬ speeches by Prof William Willsoii Rev iXKiIKHI acres of first class land that can lc not have to trouble alxmt getting all the The proceedings This day came the plaintiff and tiled her pending for sboat one year The pur in the State certainly can be claimed for acterised hy the utmost dignity and fair Hr FormanCoLD W fribble and others successfully devoted to thai use The na- bees from the tree SB the queen is generpetition in the Clerks Office of said Court A tKMI S IILAK pose of the syndicate is to subdivide the Spring City It is high and dry perfectly ihe object of which is to empower the There was not an objectionable ac tives of that country are not familiar wfth ally in the lower uirt of the cluster Tie property iuid erect a large numlicr of The meeting then adjourned plaintiff Mary E DeBoe wife of the delevel dotted with blooming orchards during the canva s The profounil- As Administratrix of J F C H Kothaker a newspaper geni The Longmoormen say that the Adams lnixlcrn farm machinery to any great ex a luisket or bucket to a jxile of proHi beautiful residences use enjoy sell Maplewixxl is oidy with i omfortable and sulistantial fendant J T DeBoe touse and benefit I will on feeling prevailetL - who made a name in lmisville with tent and they da mt show an over rein li- length hold up close under the cluster three miles from the city and is one of marked part of the Convention was a failure lx and convey for her own dwellings and surrounded by pnxluctive any property she owns or may acquire Tlie people throtiglMMit the State were ciiisc it voted on the resolution without nes- in learning in this particular our give the limb a quick jerk pour out the the evening Ielger and Louisville Argus Monday June 2nd 1890 the most buaatiful places in the state farming lands Iree from the claim or debts of her husor Carlisle But he will be missed in tlie regard to the substitute or the amend lanners possess a great advantage in their 1k cs at the entrance of the hive and the Mr disequently added to his fame as Raxter purchased it for sixty thous Â¬ band and also to make contracts sue and sell publicly in front of the C Kighth- - Kxtensive Fanning beads House when the tariff and pension qiies ment and did not submit to a division competitioa for the oltainment of the work is done when the queen gins in r of the Denver Tribune and Oaaha be sued as a single woman and to trade door in Richmond at ia and dollars onlv a few years ago and has ine up for ill Fields pastures meadows orchards vineand Kepiihlican died in ObbbIm o the house which la t ought to have European market which advantage is which she will generally do quickly in her own name and to dispose of her County Court day spent ax much more in improvements Governor McCreary aill be a promin- Â¬ heen done a- - a large number of men equally pronounced with Asiatic and yards nurseries gardens etc surround property by will or deed and for all proper Msday He was a ward of Hives Well here is w here the farmei i In our last issue we made mention of Spring City Peaches and strawlx rries relief Bowman of Kentucky diversity and ent candidate for Speaker of the House came into the Convention after the selecÂ¬ Russian competitors But with the ad- generally gets left by listening to the se File T IWMIM HHIIIH SSli Dem- Â¬ tion of Chairman Ordered That notice of the filing of d the next Congress shall a daughter of Public Printer The Adams men say vent of the German em grant in the Ar ductive tongue of the patent right bet the rooster of Mr ireen B Woodcock and other fruits grow in great abundance pub- the ocratic as it c rtainly w ill be He - now that the Lmgiiixir proceedings arc value- - gentine Republic this great advantage man w ith farm rights to sell My friend which was reported as tenderly lxking one farmer for the past two years having the petition and the object thereof be Rounds Hi was a brilliant bat newspapers published in Madison county The lead lished in one of the st parliamentarian in CVmgi ric man and while a Repuhlican lark of authority from the County may lie lost ami wheat may lie grown you In not want a panteiit bee hive al ifter a sitting of fifteen eggs Since our shipped 2000 crates of fine peaches per in Richmond Ky at least lo days before the Newand tract and r last rexirt the chickens have lieen hatchHon John Crillin Carlisle of Coving Committee the first day of the next term of this Court Hill turnpike about I j year from 14 acres of trees sound Iviuocratic doctrine and though there as cheaply as in this country pro- Â¬ any price mond The timber i A Copy Attest t Con- Â¬ vided improved impleu ents are obtained an intidel aiust heaatifully and learnedly loii was bom in Camplell now Kenton on tin ed and the rixstcr is nov taking care of Rev L L Langstroths patent parties to the State We refer Ninth Wonderful Rhoa Barings are quantity of the finest oak W H MILLER Cleik rive handsome Plymouth Rixk ehickees i received vention and may 4 he gxxl Lord have t if late large orders hww beea received movable frame hive expired soiiiethiiiL county Ky Setemlier of the Christian religion poplar There is also fii but two miles from SpringCity approach a eoiumoii si iiiMl education and taught John Bennett and D M Chenauit coal on the land It years ago and the ground was so with as Beach maternal interest as a en ed by a lieautiful drive frini the latter hy our farming tixil manufacturers from like mercy upon their jxxir souls attorneys for plaintiff DIMDELi 48 49 agricultural farm Tl Is there any school in the cmnty afterward at Cov that country in fact these orders are covered at that time that it has not could possibly manifest xjint Here isa handsome hotel with the erty of Dr J I Tmk nomination of Richard Vaux to Ixxly the owner of a stately rxister BSBb W Steveli--oi- i ington studied law with J phenomenally large w liich conclusively beea improved spoa except by the patmost charming surroundings that Nature Co tie litteil a popular yoaau and W l Kinkead was admitted to succeed Mr Ia all takes us hack into the shows that there is a wide awake class ent right man who has added more use essed of such courage as the one above can bestow and a mineral water that has Tftms One third lady of New V rk apiearcd in Central the bar in March IK58 and ha practiced centuries and completely bafika all curand 12 months in equa in the new grain growing district who less complications which serve only to referred tot It was a little lietter than BSjeasM celebratiil throughout the south for eraewn osvai n tRu Park one afternoon last week oa aotae- sime was a member of the State House rent controversies Mr Vaux was in the ing legal in ten at propose to essnpate under the most fav- take in the farmer The largest and inosi three weeks ago when he assumed charge for equalizing the circulation and restorI Q rVVBU of Speitwell is a candi- Â¬ This is known to be the b ridinj like a man Herdi Id times the most brilliant member of of the fifteen eggs and inrsnes his lor Uy 1 was nomi of tteprescntati With skilled superin successful exjH rt beekeepers of America orable conditions ing the secretory organs Rhea Springs date tar Circuit Court Clerk of Mudison limber in Madison cou styled the Uifurcated which in plainer nated for presidential elector oa the Dem- Â¬ the Philadelphia bar when a Philadel- Â¬ for those of a setting hen and tenilence the lower priced lalsir of that use the simple I ingstroth hive and wain duties is a noted summer resort for invalids and county subject to tlie action of tlie Ivmo MRS J F CORNET Kniish mean- - larked She was Batched ocratic ticket ia Is4i4 bat declined was phia lawyer was supposed tobe the per land may w ith our machinery lie able to nothing else since the chickens have hatched he decs pleasure seekers m-arailt party A 47- - o with interest even won U r by the thou Â¬ wit and the completion all to Stite Senate in February lsiKi fection of all control the foreign wheat market of the The use of comb foundation in tin not manifest a desire t return to his ter Tenth Lirge deposits of Fire Clay and sands of gay and fa iiiniahle people His nomination ought to near future at least the tendency ie in hriHid frames and novelty one miiiihI sec- mer position in the hen yard BanrNM and re elected in August IHHM was a knowledge Metallic Paint The finest Building Stone throngtthe Park Miss Iiitell claims Idiwcasf te at large from Kentucky to the combine everybod ia Mr Randalls dis that direction for their fields are more tions is generally confined to the special and inexhaustable Limestone A thriving let case to bith National Democratic Convention at New riit Nobody ought to care two cents M srs Rlanchard Randall P II Mac- - city of 1000 inhabitants with excellent de to the seaboard than our own ist or expert and is considered tixi fussy herself and horse and there is less dangci York in July lsiis s nominated kit what Hick Vaux thinks about anything gill and Harry A Pare representing the as their rivers are nf vigable to jxiints for the farmer who is satisfied with getchurches and business houses of accidents ieutenant- - Governor of Kentucky in since aB Democrats may be sure that he readily accessible by tl e growers that is ting enough nice honey for his family Baltimore Corn and Flour Kxehange vis- schools Ttie forked dross - markiil innovaThe Anglo American Asmx iatimi is 1 is a Democrat of the school of Daaaaaad t May 1871 resigned his eat iu much more so than ourowa farms which and a few of his special friends This ited Washington to day and had a talk tion but will Ik- hailel with delight by ate in June 171 and wa composed of practical business men of Iicti- - Buchanan anduV ad sure to do right in the are additionally handicapped by the in- foundation is always made of pore bees with the aseasheaa of the Marvland delelarge means who after the most careful woinea everywhere His nomination is an teiient i ioenor in August 1X71 serving itpreme moment terstate railway laws appertaining to the wax molding the hot wax in thin sheets gation in Congress in Opposattoa to the foi they can look so lunch more like a until Sejeniler 1K75 was altcrna have settled upon Spring examination inspiration to Pennsylvania Democracy long and short haul discriminations and passing these through a machine Butterworth bill which prohibits specuCity as the most advantageous point in man I s Mis- - litteil smoke cigars idential elector for the State at lai and should lie an exhilaration to Democ- Â¬ Â¬ It is claimed that these South Ameri with rolls something like 8 fluting oi lation in futures Mr Macgill explained S0Wth for the manufacture of iron and If not there remain- - psoas for naprove racy everywhere Courier Journal d to the Forty fifth Ftwty--itiu a general way the methods of doing the can wheat fields have Wen Stimulated in- clothes wringing machine We bope ii lady will deem it her for the establishment of a great industrial and Forty seventh Forty eighth to existence even if not forced in such a Well business ia grain centers and explained Zip stung ouch dont it hurt duty in order to maintain the style t center They propose to make here a SAM A LITTLE OFF Forty ninth Kiltie direction by our wool duties which pat that bee lost bis sting and will lose hii how necessary it is for grain merchants to cuss cliaw and carry a llask of red permanent city of factories and furnaces was elected speaker of the House so large an embargo or the main industry life in a few hours or he may live two oi indulge in what is termed dealing in fu lickas well as a city of beautiful homes blast When Sam Jones asserted on Sunday of of Itcprcscrtivcs December 3 18S3 and that country as well as those in its vi- three days Now the friend who telh turea and options He denied that it i el in 1885 Mr Carlisle readily dis- that the Mecklenburg Declaration of In cinity that if these Booth Americans had you Ix i stings do not hurt him is siirch was gambling for a dealer to buy in ad Furnaces a 0to0 hotel water works STATE IKOUIUITWN CONVENTION lights street cars etc etc are dependence was a fraud and the freak of tinguished himself isn cut ring vance of the harvest and showed that the electric But with a little ex beea allowed a United Mates market they becoming petrified the hornets wmild continue to pay more attention to perience yon can soon learn to brush efi grain business is conducted w ith SB much some of the things that will be set on fixt judgment his able a few drunken vagalmnds If Llliott of Kirksville attended The first auction sale of j and lucid arguments and hi- - thoughtful buzzed and no mistake Sam didnt know sheep than wheat bat SB their large the bee and sting at the same time with regard for propriety and fair dealing as immediately rohihition Convention at business and residence lots takes place discretion on all questions that came be that the MeJiklenburg people think al yield of wool vrasthiowa oa the European S very quick movement and before they any other branch of trade It was ex It was held before last Thursday 3rd 4th and 5th Lata for sale primost as mui h of the Mecklenburg Declar market and at a low price because of an have had time to inject the BOSBOSt and plained thai the passage of the Butter June audience in the Opera House Ir fore that body anl thus established for vately until May ith at very low figures ation as they do of the ten command Â¬ over supply they in order a safe leader a national rejm that a living the hurt will sixm pass off and not swell worth bill would seriously interfere with Reynolds of Louisvilk wa- - made Chair- him elf as For fuller information see prospectus And if yon Want to get Through Without any Trouble go at ments and besides he was badly off in might I obtained from at prestige and jiopularity the grain trade in Raltimore and the their excellent Trv if man and It E or address - in his history as he frankly acknowledged lands have taken to wheat growing in i that be lad often BSembers of the delegation were earnest Once and Get Yon an ALL STEEL The following committer as a pointed The Axiio Amkkii n Asss- - Iimitkh sonday night- - frrrraawro V C Palriat self ii to the ir t ly requested to oppose its pas age They defense This surmise undoubtedly Harris of Mc the line oi NEWS PARAGRAPHS Spring ity Teiin w ill in tie pie in thanked the committee for inionnation contains much truth Mid additionally re Cracken county Chairman A William 1 FELL HEAD W Park and Miss Clara Jacobs were imparted aad promised to do tlects upon our farmers giving Europeans c unity Mrs abaletin iarri oii they thought would be ls st for all con cheaper wool with w iich our imported married at Irvine Thursday Bob Frahry and flanirl Day were armty Judge E J Polk of THE 0MJST1 ILMiirinTH CONVENTION On Sunday morning as Mrs Hannah John L Ping was killed in an election cerned -- Journal of C iininercc i Owen rested at Morebead Bowaa county Tuescloths are made adding a new millstone Jefferson county A Cobb row in Pulaski county Saturday Pursuant to a call of the Cunty DemÂ¬ If Gfissim was returning from church to our own woolen industries day while trying to dispose of some jewty upported upon either side by her son SPKlNti CITY TENNESSEE Joe S BogRS says that he has been running a DEERING BINDER for four years A represciitathi Mr McCrcary inCoii A Colored lxiy Major Rail was drownelry which the purchaser recognized as A committee wa- - appointed to select a ocratic Committee the Democrats of the Â¬ A county assembled in Ma s Convention at John and daughter Miss nnah all en gress recently intnxluced resolutions in ed ill lix River near Lancaster Friday his sister An and it has not cost him a cent for repairs Alexanhaving been buried with new Executive Committee via gaged conversation she fell to the favor of reciprocity wi h all South AmerThe Iron Center The tiarden City of the investiiation revealed the fact that her V B J Clay says he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten years and it lry the Court House oa Batarday afteiaoun groundin and expired der Lusk of Laurel county Alpbonse Ricketts of Lmisvillle fell almost immediately Sooth and wen- called to order hy Mr Thomas ican countries which he presence of IV1 srravc had been opened and the body ta- is doing good work yet ant and Gaoeac W Rain of Ix xington ill front of a train in Lebanon and lost an Thorpe Chairman of the County Com- Â¬ a it ti in a few feet of her ow n home Her egates from those countries may have arm M E Shields of lmisville kes away After bsSBSj rifled it was prob- Â¬ leath wits due to heart disease She was stimulated That is the Kind of Machine for the Farmers to Buy A GOOD POINT SOB raOSTTABLS INVESTMENT If the suggestion therein nm ably sold to some aaedfcsl school Resolutions were adapted at the mittee The weekly review by a recognized Nominations for Chairman of the Con the widow of Hr J I irissim who died contained was put into practice there is meeting at night in the Ooart Eloaae at REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six foot PEERING MOWERS The qaestioa is often asked what is the crat commercial authority represents general nine Il years ago and a grand daughter little doubt that the intercommunication - and other aagaken vention being in ordi r the names of Ir which liiti I bought them to sell dont forget it I have just received a car load of the celeuniformly encouraging with substantial basis of all the IsMnniiij business as The most unportaat ac- J P lleriiilon and Mr Thoma- - S Bron of the late Oder Bartoa Stone She had thus hrought shorn v ould greatly tend made address One of the largest sales of cattle that brated DEERING BINDER TWINE aw increase of exports at New York of towns in the south anl the predieti m is of the atember toward a greater profit toour wheat growtion that was taken in the afternoon was stn were pteasated After some little been for many yean eonrideiitlv made with a shake of the ever occurred at the Bourbon Stock yards nearly five millions over last year exers in addition to stimulating all kinds of the nomination of Mrs Josephine K BMBweavering a diviaioa af the house Christian church and her life was an head that the liottoni must drop out was consummated at that place this mornPresident Clifton Fowler of the Knob died and the rooai was cleared emplification of the Christian virtues manufactures in this country that hy Henry of Versailles as candidate far ing Mr MOSSS Kahn one of the largest sooner or later The very weed bcoin aaTalI and see me next door to the lost Oifice leorgetwmn Timix Lick Turnpike tells us that he has let Tellers being appointed and stationed at these South American countries is bow Clerk of the Court of Appeals luis a kind of suspiiion of eharlatanrv exporters of cattle in Cincinnati bought the building of a wrought iron truss the doors the vote was taken as the voters In fact from alpurchased in Europe AN 0ll MAX aliout it and it is often inappropriately Than 1030 head of cattle from Cheatham LARGEST WOODEN hsshl AFLOAT bridge across the Hanging Fork to the re entered the house The vote was an most anv point of view in consideration used to describe a strong and vigorous ec Co and 1000 bead from Mattingly ci King bridge Manufacturing Co of Cleve- Â¬ nounced -- 141 tor llcrndon and aawsrth entirely healthy in than iter Co These sales were made on liehalf of i Mr Joshua M Fields died on Satur of the small kt cent if our farm products The Philadelhia Pre Ttinf the Rroiiston land for J7HS The span is 4 feet and When OBM reflects that in the east there M iolibuuith of New York who is one day night at his home three miles west represented by native wool less than 2 arrival at that port rweutly of the won1 4J000H is It the capacity is figured at Herndoii tHik the stand ainid wild of town in are BsPirOB furnaces and that lfiOof them of the largest exporters si cattle in Amer- Â¬ the 67th year of pneumonia the advantage to our growers would by a b Ixe completed by August Oth Rappaluuinock says she is the en vessel A committee on resolutions applause are now idle because the price of pi iron ica Louitrille Time He told a friend who visited him last friH interchange of commixlities with She was largest wooden vessel afloat A proinent merchant of Clay county is was appointed and reported in sabataace week on the market is lower than it costs them that he never was out of the coun those countries be of prodigious consebuilt at Rath Maine and that the Convention approved the call for ty but tw ice in his life On these quences Likewise would this be the reported sa saying that be would be w ill to make it anil when one further reflects last Ion aeam STATE OF OHIO a Mate lciiiocratic Convention in Louishe was at HarrodsburgC for a short case with milling ma hinery of all kidns ing to take an oath that fully one half the that all the furnaces in the CbbbbbbbOOJBI City of Toledo Lucas County s s and her total tonnage is u net In ville alleged paonev idiots in that county were and Bmainghan districts to nominate a candidate for Clerk of time He never slept a night out of the a matter worthy serious consideration can make iron Lives nstructiou of the ship 7hi Ions of Frank J Cheney makes oath that he pooi men oft its urt of Appeals rrsamruaed faith in house where he was bom and died and The moment these foreign American ablelxxlicd and more than earning their and cany it Is market at from Virginian oak and LjMMH feet of VirH to 4 i is the senior partner of the firm of F J 1Tones t toil chance Â¬ The Auditors report shows ton the principles of the Deinocratic party as never ate but one meal out of it He nev- countries remove their duties on our ex- own support cheiier than the eastern furnaies a Cheney Co doing business in the ginian pine timU r were assd Tlie frame of these Bagman in set forth in the national platform named er was in any other towns but Danville ports we would have the inside track there were twenty--i- x The more ice work wc have behind reason hszjasa to Ik- apparent for the so City of Toledo County and State aforeand the first quality of Georgia is oak delegates to the State Convention and in and Harrodsburg except Perryville and against the European competition as Ku Clay County last year and that they drew called booms of many southern IocbbV said and that said firm will pay the sum pine was us d in the ciling deck frames Bigger on structed them to rota its firm choice for never there but once and then only for roie could not uiideriell us with protect- Â¬ out of the Treasury in UfaVSO nearly Ak compared with the 40 furnaces of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for and planking The liapahannck is the y 2200 Hon George M Adams A motion was an hour or so Hi funeral ix curTed on ive duties in our favor and against them of the eastern States there are but 31 in each and every case of Catarrh that canheaviest sparrtsi ship tliat ever i arriel adopt resolutions But if these same men would do their trading at the Racket Bargain The Board of Commissioners held their the whole Chattanooga and Birmingham not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh His parents and In i onsideration of doing the greatest gixxl Monday at - oclock the stars and Btriies Her mainmast is made to Rut Hon V T Tevis mocd that the brothers and sisters all of whom Hied to to the greatest numter reciprocity with regular spring meeting at the Institution districts and every one can go on making Cure long and lsA inches in diameter FRANK J CHENEY W feet Store they would soon save enough money to buy a pair of new be amended so as to instruct Wednesday There was a full attendiron at a profit long after low prices have e old people were of similar habits Mr South America would prove of incalcuSworn to before me and subscribed in the foremast is ss feet long and 38 inches resolutions for Mr Adams for first choice ani Mr trowsers left an estate valued at from tnjWI lable value and while the foreign dele ance Mr Newell Dr Igan and Mr driven every eastern competitor from the my presence this 6th day of December in diameter tlie maintopmas tiuld 30000 Danville Corretpomitmct Lait- - gales remain in our country there is no Rhodes members appointed recently These facts can easily be demonA D 1SS6 niaiutoiigallant mast 71 feel main yard Wood Lmgnioorof Cynthiana for second i This motion was met hy a storm time like the present to bring it abaVJt making their appearance Routine strated but the most eloquent certificate S6 feet fore yard iio lower maintoKiil choice A W GLEASON Raw products which these countries oi objection J was transacted and J L Allen of them is found in the situation as it is 87 feet upir maintojisail yard Seal 7 yard s- - v J mostly supply in exchange for our man- and Superintendent Argo were selected in the east 150 out of 340 furnaces being Senator John 1 Harris immediately Notary Public ANOLDNEWSIAPFR feet lower maintopfrallant yard md offered to substitute the name ufactures would proie a lienefit to every to represent this Institution at the Con- Â¬ idle 30 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Work Shirts horn J5 cents up upper maintopgallant yard M hal main ht cent and in the south 1 for In riiniaging around his home the oth- bady and however protective a people de- Â¬ vention of American Instructors of the local causes out of O 91 percent There and acts directly upon the blood and Suspenders from royal yard 53 feet main akysail yard 4J al Lmgiiioor for Adams 6 cents up Ry this time every man in the house er day Mr James P Railey found a copy sires to be the last method for adoption Deaf to be held in New York next sumSend for is a very general fsesBBSJ among the iron mucous surfaces of the system The tower masts are 4 ha irgia pine and Socks from - on his feet and thetopsof thetahh s of the Louisville Journal printed and is adding to the cost of raw materials mer Kentucky DeaJ Mute ents up men of the east that a material reduction testimonials free the other span of Oregon pine The ship wats anl backs of the tenches and published by Prentice Wcissingcr and Every Kuropean government has repeat- Â¬ CHENEY CO Toledo O of the tariff rates on iron cannot long lie Handkerchiefs Col Thomas Hunlon of New Orleans has a steel bowsprit w hich is an innova- Â¬ 2 for 5c up Sold by Druggists 75 cts The then edly learned this lesson and not one died in this city Sunday afternoon at pi isfiwnied and if the market price of iron 40 52 tion She has no jihbooin Her spread the windows were filled and Chairman hearing the date Feb 17 184 Gallon Coffee Pot was standing on lop of the approaching of them continues such a programme for half past Herndon constitutional i onvcntion ents of canvas ie 16000 yards four oclock Col llunton was should lie lowered southern furnaces must k stamping his feet and wavis that is discussed at length in the iacr while it is found cost toour merchandise and en Â¬Â¬ born in Lincoln county this State seventy-- be indefinitely multiplied Louisville Tobacco Market Three papers of Pius nobodys profit ex one CtR TO COMPLETE PANAMA CANAL ing his hands in a vain endeavor to bring the leading editorial is filled with ex hanced in Of all the new cities of this favored By U lover A years ago He was a brother of Durrett Louuville Tobacco Four dozen best Hooks and Eyes the house to order Half adozen urmore 5 cents regret that Gov Crittenden actly to the extent of the duties imposed Mrs Fox Many years since he made region sruij nty Tenn is by actual Ware House The report of the special comn men were trying to make sjieeehesat the had declined President Taylors request So much for the principle involved and New Orleans bis home where be has count the most favored Best English Needles two papers An energetic Sales on our for vnls sent out by M Rruuet the liquidater of same time and scores of others all over that he become his Secretary of State its application to the astonishingly rapid been actively engaged in the practice of body of capitalists of large means have closed amount market hhds the week ju t to 3 519 with receipts Two Balls White Darning Cotton o the Panama Canal Company to invest the house were keeping up a general The president was ob a visit at the time growth of the wheat region of South law iiiiving built up a large and lucrative bought a million dollars ents worth of prop-Â¬ for the same period of 1774 hhds Sales nditon of the canal estimates that n iae to Frankfort and bad taken Occasion lo America me iis that too quick action can practice lie stood in the front rank of erty in the thriving little city and the rich on our market sinco January 1st amount to 57503 hhds Sales on our maiket an buck to complete ll was now about half pa i two oclock further urge the acceptance of the ap not be taken if we would prevent a total est lawyers at the bar of his adopt mineral lands adjacent and are following to this date of the crop of iS3y amount to the canal on the lock system in r foreign fio lr and wheat trade This and from that lime on to half past four pointment on the governor who had ed State DameSk Aim the ssost enlighlemad pottey toghreper 32280 hhds should be added Jt jxr cent foi unfore- i little coueeptioi tra- i- Let a warmly recommended to the presi Â¬ a matter so large in itself that the free Our market this week has shown an adI In loading the effects of the side shew iiianent value to their iiosseesions expenses and 25 per cent for I vance on medium good and fine grades of refully o- - dent by every Whig member of the legis- competition of wool lrm tfa ee countries Rarrett circus connected with the Sella SIUING CITY hurley tobacco in yood condition A hogs of the management and for inter- In another column Mr Prentice is not to be onsidend rything possible We have lature 4s- JBLT2 upon the train Wednesday night they Is a remarkable combination of pastoral head of new burley was told this week at - lodgi s the receipt of a hat from P s eorBssnoBM The total cost ia fixed at WOOOfKMW eat The New Vork Tiibune tumult in any 2S per 100 and frequent sales were frano The reprt further Bay That en the great plains wen- placed iiixm a car near the engine beauty of pkturesiue scenery of agri at prices ranging from 18 to 22 permade it ion and we have had wide ob-- g Barber A Bo who sent a note along ent says 100 west of the cultural and horticultural richness of would take seven or eight years to com- Â¬ named The PiuuKia of the Argentine and when sboat three miles u many There was with the gilt saying that it was tie The improvement leporfed has not excity a spark from the engine set lire to a wonderful mineral wealth ami strategic tended to the common grades of bnrley plete the canal The annual cost of inan fewer men got end hat of the kind that bad left the Republic in 1MB tl ere were MOOOOOO We find it necessary to again advance the tent Industrial and manufacturing situation WKement is estimated at 10000000 from the other being presented to ien cattle 70000000 sheep and 4ri000000 wagon upon which v mad fewer men wanted to fight than any quotations on some gi ades containing a large snake and sevIt stretches out a beautiful level plain - close to navigable rivers in a salu- Â¬ on the Lmisviile According to the estimates of tin An article we ever witnessed comdder- - Taylor The following quotations fairly repreAn effort was of 3000 acres between Waldeiis Kidjfc sent eral trunks of clothing uanonen the net receipts for t Library urges aabaeriptionsto it and Hays brious climate our market for burlev tobacco crop noise bbj made to extinguish the flames which on the west and WTnell Heights and of 1889 fhree yean after the opening of the canal There are but few institutions in the this business liest pleases these long the line in the midst wagon was Iaura Hill on the east its fair bosom cut Ttasli Dark or damaged tobacco 2 co it is not to the intcri st of the United proved ineffectual sad the 000000 francs annually grad of the confusion Mr Tevis mounted a city of louisville of which our citizens to 300 n off the train and allowed to burn in twain by the great Texas New ually increasmg year by year until twelve t M proud as of States that they be driven out of it into Orleans the attention of the Chair have just reason Colory Trash 5 00 to 650 of thesnake and years after the opening wh n they latitie Railway ami washed by the It contains over 5000 wheat growing forjwiuit of a market Bal at the roadside The remains lR 8 F GANG Med Drector Common Lugs not colory 350 to invention was run- - their library Dk 500 Agt persons liviug ever limpid mountain waters of Iiney were found in t ly Good Lugs 600 to 9 00 rce moant to 61000000 franc a large proportion of iitnore Journal The mate- - ning along uiry and Calls attention to it J ium p in the neighborhood and some trinkets River Common Leaf 700 toS 50 rial of the old company and the work al- - nominated Mr Wood of t Pi licy Prompt ami K ii aamaaei wmfea t the highest anthor-Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to 1600 d - departments fancy of li of knowl Some 200 lb hogs Isold in Boyle county but nothing of value Frankfort L ead performed are valued by The sum total of its advantages over all J Immediately Mr Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2200 except for fraud or non bout other locations in the favored region of works too are generally the at 3 cents can- - I egde These 4o000u00u fxaaca But we Select Wrappery Tobacco 22 to 82800 geated M x Tipton also ravel or occupation 1 Kia CONSIITITIOXAL DELEGATE Â¬ Public Said J 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ ii- 0 Â¬ 0JraMMi2 Ed Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ -- ONE ENJOV iWUnl - Jaat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t- - m 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ t- - i I Â¬ -- i Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ tk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ is for m Sole Â¬ Â¬ 47-4- Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ -- PUBLIC SALE Â¬ Real Estate Â¬ tii Â¬ U- Â¬ 11 Â¬ - Â¬ U kn i iii 1 -- Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ -- THE HARVEST WILL SOON BE HERE -- I Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ oni-miiided h Â¬ Â¬ -ct Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Con-Mcio- L 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Deering THE Binder THEY ARE 1JEST Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jEunn MAcKiixri3 oiHs Â¬ 11 Â¬ f Â¬ lr Â¬ Â¬ FOR MEN ONLY of F IsL POPE us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dont stand a remind - Â¬ patches our pants Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ ss lr V Â¬ LOOK AT THESE PRICES Â¬ Â¬ 1 FJ -- Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Fid Door Above Farmers Bank i Â¬ i - Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND Kentucky IVSutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Organized 1874 cts 5675040 I 5 i 1 mmm- - piM wfra nftTTja tgMj i rfifljfe gfcj SUPPLEMENT -- I v M K ffi A DANGEROUS SPOT iJL VOLUME SPELLIN Time III ed RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 21 1890 weapons at the child Tho eyes of the shooter closed and opened In maudlin fashion On a sud don two streams of fire poured from the oiacic barrels of the pistols Tho smoko from tho weapons turned crimson as it arose in the red light Tho child lay upon the ground with her legs stiffening In the lava du6t A white hand clutched vim ui mo gum coins ine metal once clasped by the other hand had beon blown down street by a bullet One bullet had torn its way somewhere be Â¬ neath that crown of tangled hair tluess you hurt the child Ike one of tho drunken men exclaimed as ho gave his trousers a hitch and reeled out to tho spot wh ere the child lay Tho fathers heavy revolvers fell upon tho ground nis ashy face moved toward the head of nls child As ho grasped tho rigid shoulders a tiny B of blood tricklod over his gnarled nngers I hen he arose Men and women with terror stricken faces were clustered about him and dogs skulked around the crowd The sun was now so low that the peaks of tho distant mount ains glowed with a delicate pink and the sky beginning with a deep maroon at tho horizon ran in beautiful shad- ings to a soft rich purple at the zenith For a moment tho father was silent He seemed to be looking for a familiar face in tho crowd He was sober now His face was almost hideous in its dotor- - li ISP 1 No 1 SCHOOL I Me an Msadv lawiy war jt a a natral frol tc irrrt to speUin school mo Wb n I uk 1 sat It ylt Stannln ur tear In the row tt Gee wxirrta begun liurihTiDd an adipose to hit right in tho center oi all tho successive rings the flat shining lozongo shaped head of the great python snako Black Sam at Close Quarters with Olo fellow asleep chuckled Sam Mo wake him little bit a Boa Constrictor Down came his club on tho serpents head with a thump like the thrashers MONO all the Mti i -- fa jffn jwfra etri iCSfil rwi fo SUPPLEMENT J1 P ffp NUMBER 49 5 EVERYBODYS BROODER A Simple Contrivance That Costs Bat Little and Is Easily Mailp An excellent brooder can bo made of Drspj12- - draprln one by on At last two 8tioJ thar still i fc had plum gtr out nsry fetched along IQum icratton an redoubt liey spelt an nothia Wrong KhT1 Handy thar and Johnson that the foa Dill ar I lfts v rmlock I cot soared lips together plued -- u she new eared rr an- vlclettud Moodys pap ak sssji beard a needle drap the Bible down they did hin roun -- as prraaild k t an so at last went down on Jericho1 cm as they passed rful fcm an slow ie folks tbey rlz an well r ver wax cedaddled down the track me we pit the boys I eat an fetched cm back troke so ran be cut red at ull the noise mainland quite plainly You might not think it such a nice place on a hot summer night with tho mosquitoes buzzing all round you and not a breath of air stirring nor would you enjoy It much in the heat and glare of noon with the aun roasting you black and the dust peppering you all over But if you were to get up very early THE TERRIBLE COITS WERE ABOUND HIS and walk out to the Governors garden BODY which lies about a mile from flail but iii his eagerness ho struck the capitol of tho island and sit down on the smooth grass in the shade somewhat aside and instead of killing of somo giant tree with palms a hun- the snake outright only gave it a very Port-of-Spa- in Â¬ pfKS West Indian Is- Â¬ lands there are few more beauti- Â¬ ful than Trinidad which lies so close to the northwest coast of South Amer Â¬ ica that on a clear day you can soo tho Â¬ ll dry goods boxes says Farm and Home Solect two that aro four foot square and two foet deep Place r in an we ady driv away a fool but she ai smart a-asrsteass sixteen v I ererseen Marri J to the teacher now Urnest McCaCey in Inter Ocean ell I srtTlow stm peep-o-da- HOW LITTLE KIT DIED A Tragic Scene In a Town in Off Idaho - Far Small and Trembling Bands That Held a Mark for a Shooter Tragic Result of a Dnnkea Mans Boast Two Graves at Soda Springs I a a Thats the worst shot what was over made ho finally stammered as he wiped the sweat off his face Boys I can beat that Hands off till I show you And before one of tho villagers could reach him the frantic man picked up one of his weapons and turning it full upon himself fired They didnt take the bodies home that nipht Thev were olaced side hv aiAr in a feed store and guarded by three hardy villagers There are two graves in the sage brush near Soda Springs The boasting marksman and his guns rest in one The yellow grass on tho other grave covers little Kit who was buried in her taiTered dress and woni out shoes Tho mother married the man from the Snake River country Chicago Herald mination a cold autumn evening n going down behind mountains on the desert of wd to briphten np every t as a blazing log paints the ng of the-- sitting room and faces of those who watch tho iln and scent embers plow The vvas quiet as it always was at this liey It wasnt much of a vil Â¬ lage a house here and a store there atil all blackened by storms and age scarce too Those who n on the on broad street were tho kind that grow among sage brush and prf ase wood tall heaviiy jawed men with an awkward swing to their gait and their faded clothing and high led boots bespattered with mud A skulking dog prowled along the i and three heavily saddled and vere tethered near the Ark saloon There were two hundred - people in th village but etory ed there knew the popula hundred n this cold afternoon five of tho in t in front of he Ark saloon 1 ii wore men who wore soft andcoi rts Their coarse nd rugged faces showed that ut of doors herding cattle on doubt Tho fifth per- was a little pirl with hair as black as he lava blocks and eyes so big and round that tLey looked nke wells of bah t even seasonably s d foe whenever the wind brushed he- red hardy as she was A coral necklace clung so tightly to her k thai it looked like a scar Her a blue dress clumsily cut from a arment hung in scandalous pro- Â¬ as about her well rounded body The men had lxen drinking heavily girl had come to lead her way Bat the big rough man A man from the Snake MM had questioned his ability a- n with a six shooter The had leen going on for an hour or more with delirious tales of gun i terrific expressions of profan- Â¬ ity when the mite of a child stole tim- Â¬ idly up to the big man For a moment the child was not noticed Tho wind Ked up tho ragged hem of her dress and whipped it about her legs and the hip sun glowing with the riohness of a rino disk made the tears in the childs great exes shine as one has seen rippling water glitter in a stream of sunshine The glass in the shop win- Â¬ dows w as red too and the snow on the three mountain peaks in the distance looked like a carpet of crimson geran- Â¬ iums stretched over cathedral spires Heres Kit boys the father finally exclaimed as he looked admiringly at the Is who had some way managed to nestle lM side his it to Kit fellows as to who is the handiest man with thegun Whos best man as what you ever seen vil-lap- but the THE GERMAN CAPITAL Modern Berlin Is Scarcely passed by Paris Bur- - City of Mach Magnificence and Wonder Â¬ ful Cleanliness Electric Lights Made Things of Keanty The Tele- Â¬ phonic Service ire Kit Ma wants you to come home and came the stammering almost plaintive reply So she does Kit bnt whos tho beat shooter as you know of Pap Who shoots hers right and left and never spiles t he meat er eat rap supper The four rough men looked at the child with a stupid gaze Why Ill tell you fillers as speak- Â¬ ing about shooting me and Kit will show yon something wont we Kit and the big man drew two enormous re-Â¬ volvers from Lis holstersnd placed them upon a box The child shrank in sunctaftefy at the sight of the weapons Whose Kit be you Paps but mam wants you home for repeated the big man noticing that tho child was silent The black head nodded a reluctant Wont we Kit-- The child faltered but parental dis cipline had been stern in her home and wHh nervous fingers she seised tho coins and walked bareheaded out into tho street The father seised his heavy guaa and staggered proudly to the road Â¬ Â¬ affirmative Course we will Kit knows pap and seeing as somebody does not knows as wc will make us known Then the man drew a leathern bag from his pocket and took from it two five dollar gold pieces Now Kit he said with as much pride as his thick voioe could portray you take these sulnens and walk out into the wragon track and bold em np stiddy like and then well show em how pap kills hens way Stand straight like Kit command ed the father little girls tattered shoes came together and her white face was turned directly toward the father Hoist up the shir le un this aj see and the mfflacing his pistols upon the ground held up his thumbs and index fingers so that those Oh hand came together The ins flashed above the tacpkd mass of hair Be you ready Kit There was not a tremor in the little ody Â¬ The drunken man prond of hismarks fnanship leveled t he muzzles of his Berlin in 1877 was acity of much mag- Â¬ nificence but it was in the transition state duo to its recent assumption of im- Â¬ perial honors which many defects man ifest to the visitor In shape of wretched pavements of cobble stone a bad drain- Â¬ age system accompanied by a high death rate inconvenient methods of local transit and other reminders of tho more provincial days before the great empire sprang into existence Berlin is to day writes a correspondent of the Mexican Financier one of the most splendid capitals of Europe hardly sur passed even by Paris in grandeur and with its population of 1500000 is the s cond city of the continent in size and the first in industrial rank It is growing with a pace of a Chicago and every year beholds enormous areas of tho sur- Â¬ rounding sand plains covered densely with the new houses of the expanding city Here in tho sand lox of Ger Â¬ many amid the barren plains of the aid Mark Brandenburg the cradle of tho Hohenzollern might the tireless energy and persistence of the Prussians have built up the chief city of the most pow- Â¬ erful empire of Europe The principal streets of Berlin are nearly all paved with asphalt and they are such marvels of cleanliness and smoothness that one feels tho same re-Â¬ spect for them as for a nice drawing room and scruples to litter them even with a scrap of paper The most frequented ones are literally washed and scrubbed every night After being wet down a few men or boys proceed along the road pushing before them pieces of board set diagonally on a pole with a strip of rubber on the lower side Tho mud is thus transferred from the course of ono man to another and finally left in the gutter whence it is removed The consequent freedom of the city from dust is very marked The smoothness of the pavement affords immense relief In diminishing the confusing noise and jar of the streets Waking early in the morning at a hotel In the center of the business section ono per-Â¬ ceives no rattling of wagons only tho clatter of the horses hoofs so that it seems as if cavalry regiments were con Â¬ tinually passing Tho smooth streets have also mado cycling very popular and tricycles are extensively use d for Tho broad side Â¬ business purposes walks are laid with flagging in the cen- Â¬ ter and between that and the curbstone are paved with small mosaic like stones that form a smooth sur- Â¬ face and are easily removed and re- Â¬ placed Beneath this space are laid the gas pipes telegraph and electric light wires pneumatic tubes etc so that in laying or repairing these the street pavement is not disturbed Tho wires of tho arc lights as well as of the in candescent are all carried underground 1 and in Berlin there are not to be seen the unsightly poles that so disfigure the streets in Mexican cities Only the telephone wires are carried overhead running over the roofs of the buildings and these are now being put underground in cables as far as possible In Berlin the wires have beeD carried underground from the start and no difficulty has ben experienced Instead of adding new ugliness to the streets the arc lights of Berlin are things of beauty an artistic embellishment to the city Untcr den Linden is probably the most brilliantly and beautifully-illuminate- d street in the world Along each side and down the center the arc lights are set even more closely together than ordinary gas lamps and tho effect at night is that of great strings of white gleaming pearls The telephone service is admirable as is testified by the public appreciation there being over 10000 instruments in use in Berlin There are no private telephone companies in Germany the tel- Â¬ ephone like the telegraph being a branch of the postal service The price for telephone service is low the annual charge for an instrument being 120 marks or something less than S30 The long distance service between tho prin- Â¬ cipal cities of the empire is being rapid- Â¬ ly Introduced A te legram received for a person who has a telephone is at once delivered orally from the central office and the written message then forwarder by the local post Likewise a telegram is transmitted by the sender to tho tele- Â¬ graph office by telephone The tele- Â¬ phones in use are manufactured by Sie- Â¬ mens Halske the great electricians and are said to be a great improvement upon tho Bell patent upon which they are based The efficiency of the German postal sorvice with its branches of telegraph telephone pneumatic tube and parcel post is sufficient reply to the assertion that tho convenience of the publio can not be so well met as by private corpora tions having control of the various means of intercourse Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dred feet high towering on every side and bright plumaged humming birds hovering over tho great bell flowers all round you and the fresh morning breeze coming in from the sea and tho first rays of sunlight streaming through the purple shadows of the great mountains overhead you would soon make up your mind that Trinidad was not such an unpleasant place after all There is one part of tho island bow- ever wblch ls not an aSreablo place at any time and where even in the cool are pretty certain of the mornin6 not to meet to man r vihltors n Between and the littlo seaport of San Fernado somewhat farth th- - island er down the western c08 aos a wiac loU OI 8WamP- - as gloomy and dangerous as any in Florida Under the dismal shadow of the huge dark trees around which unwholesome creepers twist themselves like coiling snakes lurk black foul pools around which the leathery mangroves grow thick and rank while tho hideous cry of the bullfrog half croak and half bel- Â¬ low echoes incessantly through tho ghostly silence Muddy creeks and channels cross each other in every direction and even tho upper ground what little there is of it is so oozy and spongy that any one who had ventured into this frightful morass would havo left his footprints in tho treacherous soil as plainly as in the sand of the seashore All the inhabitants of tho country around the Big Bayou as this dreary place was called knew and dreaded it In tho brightest and clearest weather it always looked gloomy and grim The mulattoes who lived on the hills above it when they glanced down into It at nightfall and saw tho white fever mist rising from the rank oozy soil like steam from a kettle shook their heads and muttered to each other that they Â¬ Ju ioverc bruise Instantly tho vast bulk reared itself up with a sharp angry hiss and before poor Sam could draw back tho torriblo oolls were around his body Bat the snake half stunned by the blow had not the full command of its strength and before it could crush Sam in its folds Marsden fired both barrels into tho scaly body The coil relaxed And instantly Sams club which he had never let go came crashing down upon tho hideous head onco more This time tho blow was mortal Tho snake writhed for a moment and then lay four substantial logs six or soven Inches high Take off ono side which will bo tho front of tho brooder Over this open side lay one odgo of a wido board allowing tho other edgo of the board to rest on tho ground forming an incline across tho ontire front of tho box Nail narrow cleats lengthwiso of this board so tho chicks can easily ascend Komovc tho bottom of box No 2 and saw tho sides so that tho front will be two foet high and tho back only six inches This will form a shod root Nail good boards across tho roof over- Â¬ lapping each other like shinglesor sheet tin will do as well This makes a water proof roof Make three two Inch augor holes In each of tho thrco sides under tho roof and fivo or six in front This will afford plenty of air for the chickens when the brooder is closed Next fasten tho side which was removed from box No 1 with hinges to tho lower edgj of tho front upper box This can bo loworod Â¬ box on This new and excellent 8250 shoe is equal to any S350 shoe and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES It FOE MEF AHD VOMElT grows more in an EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT EVEET PAIR QUAHA1TTEEE Jght THE IA NEWEST HATS - I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make h LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion JgisiSSave money by calling on BUOODEli Port-of-Spai- Mo hab de fivfl pound now cried Sam grinning And Ill havo tho snake said Lieu- Â¬ tenant Marsden And he kept his word for the stuffed Hkin fully seventeen foot in length adorned his little cabin aboard the Britannia for many a day after David Xer in Gol den Days A HINDOO One of the Qneer lead GODS Relics TOOTH Kept In The temple at Yakadama Japan entains two rare and sacred rolics ono the Imprint of a foot of gigantic size the other a tooth of the person who made the track one of tho early gods of the IIindeos According to Indian mythology tho foot print was tho last mado by the god when he started for Heaven fnd tho tooth one which the same god pulled from his jaw to kill an immense cobra with when tho irreverent serpent mado an attack at a time when no other weapon was at hand In tho latter part of the last century Europeans capt- Â¬ ured the Yakadama temple and de ftroyed the sacred relics all except tho loot print which was overlooked in the exeitement Tho tooth which had lioen worshipped by the pagans for centuries was ground to a powder and thrown in tho river But tho particles came together so tho priests say and gain formed themselves into a perfect tooth which was found aftor tho siege c uietly reposing in the bod of tho river The temple has been rebuilt and tho tooth more revered than ever since it3 destruction again enshrined as an ob- Â¬ ject of adoration It is kept in a gold Ikx wrapped in films from tho sacred white spiders web the box itself be Â¬ ing enclosed in eight others of the fsamo precious metal The foot print is in solid stone and is over twenty inches in length Non believers in tho of the raaic tooth say that it is IKone of tho grinders of an elephant or some other gigantic animal St Louis Â¬ i Trmlp at Yakaiami Japan the llepublic m Cllirlcen HsjSMSTSJb ha ske dkek were lucky to bo high up out of tho way of ventured Into that horrible maze of black slimy tldcless water channels where the huge saw toothed alligators lay watching for their prey If now and then a nattvo hunter dared to risk the passage of tho Bayou ho kept looking sharply to right and left at every stp lest somo wild beast should pounce down upon him from the interlaced boughs overhead or somo venomous serpent dart out upon him from the long grass in which he stood waist deep nor did ho ever feel quite afo till ho had left the last thicket a jood way behind Altogether the Big Bayou was at all tho kind of psoa vhero ono would have expcted to meet any ono who had anywhere else to go and still less ould ono have thought that a brisk young officer of the British navy sot Â¬ ting foot on shore for the first time after a two months cruise would turn his back upon tho breezy hills and beautiful plantations to march straight off Into this droary swamp This however was just what Lieu Â¬ Alfred tenant Marsden of the Britannia had done and here he was tramping through tho gloomiest part of the morass with his double barreled rifle on his shoulder and Black Sam the boldest and most skillful among the negro hunters of the island following close at his heels This looks a likely place for big snakes Sam said Marsden glancing I hope wo shant keenly round blm meet with any of them hope meet dem berry much sar replied Sam with a broad grlu Why are you so fond of snakes then I hate thorn like poison No fond of snake sar but berry fond ob de Gubbermeat reward for obbery big snake killed Five pound big lump money for poor black man Ha see dere Tho last words were spoken in a whis- Â¬ per while Sam stepping in front of tho Lieutenant made a sign to him to re main perfectly still For some distance ahead of them the long grass was crushed down into tho earth as if some one had been dragging a log or a coil of rope through it and this kind of trail seemed to lead into a thick bed of tall reeds on the odgo of one of the deepest and gloomiest pools Snake sar whispered Sam with a face as bright as if he bad just mot his oldest and dearest friend Marsden cocked his rifle but the neÂ¬ gro waved him back saying No shoot sar Spose you no kill snake fust shot nebbcr see him again Mo gib him settler wid dis and he flourished tho lone heavy club which ho carried in his brawny hand Spose ho too strong for me den you make shoot So saying ho went forward into the reeds stepping as cautiously as if tread Â¬ ing on eggs with his club uplifted to Â¬ No canoe ffver all that rt Tho old idea that chicken manure ls a complete manure suitable for all Drops seems to bo losing favor with a ood many gardenors A notable Instance of tho now way of dealing with this substance was given two weeks ago In tho account of the one horse farm In New Jersey On this farm it will bo remembered the chicken manure was used as the body of a home made fertil- Â¬ izer dissolved bone black muriate of potash and plaster being used to prop erly balance the fertilizer and give it the proper mechanical condition We hopo te havo more to say next week about tho proiortions of these sub Â¬ stances used Tho use of this home- Â¬ made fertilizer saved the farmer over 300 which sum is supposed to equal the cost of mixing and a portion of tho nitrogen added to freight charges agents commission manufacturers prolit etc etc all of which wero paid for when complete fertilizers wero bought Now is tho time to consider whether for your soil chicken manure is a completo opa ono sidoel fortilizer By tho way stable manure is sup posed to be complete Has It over occurred te you that there may bo almost as wido a proportionate difference be- Â¬ tween two samples of manure as thoro is between a low grade and a high grade fertilizer Asjain if tho stablo manure is complete your farm may bo so ono sidod thit you need to add something to tho manure Rural Now Yorker Â¬ when it is desired to close tho brooder When it is preferablo to leavo it open it can lie fastened to the roof by a leather strap caught on a nail or wire hook Another box still will serve as a mother and need bo but half as largo as the brooder box A soap box Is good for this purpose This must bo Inclosed excepting at ono end Hero a door must be hung which can be closed tight- Â¬ ly In tho box a pan of hot sand may bo placed which will afford plenty of heat for the littlo chickens and will hold it longer than water This box should havo a strong post soven inches high under each corner and around tho bottom a strip of flannel should roach nearly to tho floor Hav- Â¬ ing spread a paper on tho floor of box No 1 and coven 1 it v ith dry warm sand stand the newly made mother in tho conter of tho floor Next put on box No 2 which makes tho roof and the brooder is oomploto Tho paper and sand shoud bo renewed every day When tho chicks are two weeks old the mother can bo removed during pleasant days and whon thoy aro thrco months old it may bo dispensed with altogether and two or thrco low perches put in its place SWEET POTATOES Some Good Suggestions About Their Cu- Â¬ ltivation and How To Market In selecting scod reject all crooked and unusually long potatoes and plant those showing a tendency to become short and larger in the cenor with a rapid taper towards each end Place in a hot bed horizontally one half inch apart drench with water cover thrco inchos with earth then ono and a half inches of Had Vhen the plants aro four inches abovo tho ground they aro lare enough to pull for sets Ridge tho ground with a two horso plow four feet or less apart and with a spade plant on the ridges eighteen Inches apart Keep free from weeds and grass A sweet potato scraper drawn by a mule will bo of great assistance until tho vines cover tho ground after which littlo attention will bo required Digging can be done with a spade if only a small quantity is grown or with a plow with the mould board removed and a rolling cutter to cut the vines I uso a digger consisting of two roll- Â¬ ing cutters and two plows throwing tho dirt In opposite directions and two lifters that pass under tho ridges leav- Â¬ ing the hills to bo easily lifted by hurd Tho potatoes designed for table use aro separated from the seed and corded In bins In tho potato house Great care should bo observed In handling to pro vent marking A slight bruise or a scratch of a finger nail Imperceptible at first will becomo black and unsight- Â¬ ly and greatly impair the sale No vegetable depends so much on its good looks for a quick sale at a high price as a swcot potato Tho houso is kept as near a uniform temperature of fifty to fifty fivo degrees as possible Tho crop is marketable from Novem Â¬ ber to April in barrels and kegs lined with paper to koep out the cold and shipped to market In refrigerator cars Popular Gardening Uato Attachment Who that has had occasion to drivo through a farm gate when alono has not naa a vexatious hunt for a stick of somo sort to uso as a prop to hold tho gate open against wind or gravity Tho illustration shows a device which avoids A such hunt prop is fastened to the gate with SJIOKT STOr FOB OVTF a r 1 nor and staple Whon the gate is opened as far as necessary it is given a sharp pull as if to closo it tho sharpened lower ond of tho prop ls forced Into the ground and tho gate is firmly held Whon tho gate is to be closed a push in the other direction loosens tho prop which riod around if it will not drag along until tho gate is nearly closed then it is dropped on tho ground and forcing the gate shut will raise it somewhat on the prop taking a part of the weight off the hinges and preventing the sag Â¬ ging of tho gate American Agricultu-Â¬ rist W A t assure POWEIJj xewfiemi Succe 8- - ofl 3d OLIVER PLOWS kf JJJS liarnett HAGAN d llaii hei Second Street next to old NEW GROCERIES LOW PRICES t CAREFUL ATTENTION AND THE BEST GOODS m m Markets m1 is lii jron to coi for we know yoaTl Come 1 j Lf Li Again ity We have the g id the pi Von have the money You want easy to make a trade when both parties are will SHACKELFORD -- IOH Su3lIj3E5 BT DEALEK8 IN ATX KIND- - OF GENTRY Furuisiig JKJSHagan 42- - Hardware Tinware Welfare AND WAGON House Ms 40- - INSURANCE BURNM HUME Am l Tas Oldest ana Strongest BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Nicholasville House ib Cosiasi3 8 AttTEH CHICKEN to have a lO000 Ky Srigton Kentucky Central Si and C Peavine Jr Â¬ T P Ry private compartment Cholera Cure Tl SWINE BREEDING Thfc United States First Among All Na Â¬ tions In This Industry Tho United States stands cosily first among nations in tho number of its swine There has bosn somo decreaso in tho last fow years but tho estimates in tho Department of Agriculture gave tho number January 1 1S38 at 43544 7W or nearly seventy five for each 100 of human population This estimate is mado out at a season of tho year when tho total number is nearly at its mini- Â¬ mum as a very largo percentage of the pig aro produced in the spring months and vast numbers of fattened hogs are sent to slaughter during tho closing months of tho year Tho abundant and cheap production of Indian corn is tho controlling factor In pork production in tho United States Thus tho seven great corn producing States aro estimated to bavo had in round numbers 30S00000 hogs or al- Â¬ most half tho total number and an average of nearly 3000000 for each State Their respective rank was Iowa Missouri Illinois Ohio Kansas Indi Â¬ ana and Nebraska No other State had 2000000 hog3 savo Texas and tho poor quality of these largely olTsot the largo number The rapidity with which swine in ireaso says tho Agricultural Depart ment tho early age at which they may be profitably bo sent to market the case with which tho meat may be preserved for future U30 and tho largo uso made of tho fat as also the abundance of nalzo so well adapted as a fattening ood have mado swino breeding popular n all the great Cgions while tho readiness with which strike All at once he stepped short and ono or more pigs may be utilized as Marsden peering from behind his profitable moans of consuming waste shoulder saw on the ground a huge products from too table and dairy havo caused farraor9 and many village resi- Â¬ speckled mass very much like a thick dents in almost every part of tho counrope coiled round and round try to annually fatten at least a few But a second glance showed Marsden pigs Â¬ Â¬ Indian-corn-growiÂ¬ JJBp J5E Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that posiint Ij cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A socents bottle is enough for It is guar- iwsly one hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of For sick headache female a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly tmos neuralgic pains in the head take Oison satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded sleeping cars and elegant reclinin cars on night trains Luxurious iNtant and cafe cars on day trains All t are steam heated vestibul uigton trains AbW for tickets lighted by gas Wrrr make the season of 100 at M miljr Big Four Route Phelpss place 4 miles from Richtercst mond on the Jacks Creek pike at S10 VVhite The gentleman who owns a do- - IO A LIWNU COLT Jonth probably feel hurt if 1 told him he IMonev dii when colt is foaled or ware kiarted ith viaga bark keeper PEAVINE Ji is by Old Peavine enter tiooil Luck l diiii by Bolivar nd dam JilHipa ted to Kores t by Neil Forest 3rd dam by H Johnson a driver Charles execu- Crockett 4ih dnru by Traveler PKAVINK Jr is a beautiful bay thus liam Richardson of 102 Sudbury Ibl hands high heavy mane nud tail nn to in the last drawing ot The Louisi 1 years old good style and fine action Lottery was the happy holderl intro D M PHELP8 44 31 8 twentieth of ticket 813 which i seen douse First Capital Prize of 300000 as his share the neat little fauti- - ceived of 15000 Mr Johnson is a quii U fellow who intends to put his The quired money to a good use j Unas Mass Herald March 27 The Have y New York oirl PhS transit in Philadelphia NEW BUGGIES Wood Girl No Horrors NORTH AMERICA SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS I ROCK BOTTOM RATES Funnels National Bank BURNAM N B Dont forget our fliee is at the HUME 1IKK Tobacco Barns Country g and Milling property specialties B AH 33 32 THE FINEST ON EARTH fc Finei Carnages NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES R R is the only line running Pullman Snfely Ve9tibuledl Perfected Trains with Chair Parlor Sle and Dining Car service between Cin- Â¬ cinnati Indianapolis nud Chicago and is the Only Line running Througti Re- Â¬ clining Chair Cars between Cincinnati Keokuk and Springfield Illinois The Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton And the Only Direct Line Between Cincinnati Dayton Lima Toledo Detroit the Lake Region and A Cad State of Affairs From all over tho country como re- Â¬ ports of threatened foreclosures of mortgages on farm property In Penn- Â¬ sylvania many supposedly rijh f armors have failed becauso of tho depreciation in farm values In Sou hern New Jersey several hundred farms aro be- Â¬ ing sold by tho sheriff As our readers know reports from many parts of the West are no better What is to bo done This country can net afford to its native born farmers driven from their farms to bo replaced by a tenant peasantry For a number of years past groat mortgage and trust companies have gradually secured a grasp on thousands of American farm- Â¬ ers Whon tho present occupants of those farms aro driven away who will be secured to fill their places No true American can view this state of affairs without alarm Tho present condition of American agriculture do deuiand thopr careful atten tion of o buuinoss m n Kural STOCKTON BROOKS JESSE COBB NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come ami see me and you wont go home without ooe This Fine Saddle Staliion will make the season of iSo at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at J J 5-- DR RICE 3 2 get Ihrd ai J Fourth A iptsmrij Macated in4 tan tMtl wecesif ji i hi grssrtsW s To 15 years nt 37 Court Plac- T Canada The road is one of ths oldest in the State of Ohio and the osjly lineeuter ing Cincinnati over twenty five miles of double track and from its past record rac more than assure its patrons s peed comfort and safety Tickets on sale everywhere and sea D either in or that they read C H Indianapolis or out of Cincinnati E O McCORMlCK Toledo General Passenger and Ticket Agent 42 41 Markettroet lS UUillO mgnjk Yv Iii I JjAj RIOHMONI all forms of PillVAlJK NIC And SisXUAli DISi and Xm potency Mnip wII pror JOHN DOXELSON BROOKS D M CHENACIT Spermatorrhea all COAL CO result of sfrff mbass la jouth aesaal ej MM tar ciuvs ti l prodnciu tr ruec Dvfltotn tasM SIS TO INSURE 1 COLT isprofr or IM of ftextuw mha rr are tliortcc L- alij ri a On a i hy eerula oUsi cl iUicac and tratinf t - ida wd Wbco it njoowssBcatt persons to bit care U tiw ciir fertmtnetit mctfeimn uM by mail or laprw aajwhtre U hk iDconrecieiit to tnvsw Cures Guaranteed in all Case undertaken 0taiT n1 OT PRIVATE COUNSELOR jecurvhr to ustwu i Sfcosiii Mat 17 1 lAtm - atsiad fcr tinrty a SssssnlMklM I have Durchaaed the nrooertv of thej hands high JESSE COBB is 15 j said Company and will keep on baud chestnut color 4 years old weighs c ail of the best varieties of 1200 pounds fine action and is a model saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric Richmond Kentucky tire ofdam of Georgette 219 and Bell Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by i Davy Crockett 3d dam by CannonjBBfl Large lists of City and Country Prop The yard is easy of access Psraous jth dam by Traveller g to haul tneir own ought oil Ail care will be taken to prevent solicited not have to cross the railroad dents or escapes but will not be and prompt attenticn g 1 respectfully request a HIHslH I ble should any occur ed on Office in John Heunetts law ronage of the citizens of both 0 the colt for the service fee office at Stockton ity CO CHAULES E COLYLU 4- - BROOKS CHENAULT Real Estate Brokers GOAL T reaH cosaH 6r Drug Store r A DREAM Madison County Fair TENTH Issotiitiia DE HELD AT ANKLAL EXIIIUITION TO RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO The following stakes and purses 1q 13qO hard words with yon Last niht dear love I know not lij Sornc trivial word or act of yours Hid roused my iintrrr and when I Awoke iiy heart uidhra1u Weie smarting with tbe wroni and pain I dreamed your eyes those tender eye I dreamed I had WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH STAKES TEABTTyQ STAKES Assoc iation in tn XXVXX 20-5 TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR 1890 t 200 350 400 500 oao j 1 Ay Into ndne Looked c And in the accent of your voice Was no roDoUutting si n And ret lis strmnfs do not know What twas that chafed and vexed us so 1 PURSES S50 added bv hets best two Bast litre In Ave 00 Oo mile 000 00 Five iK r cent to accompany nomination 750 to accompany nomination June per cent additional to I payable July 15 and 10 additional which i forfeit to stait to be paid on day preceding race start to be paid on dav pieced to fill and three to start all purses The stakes and purees are to be divided Sinn per cent to first 2 per cent to second and 15 per cent to third as follows ition shall The rules of the National Trotting All trial- govern all trials Anv horse distancing the field or am part of it shall be entitled to first monev onlv lools sold on all races Entry Blanks furnished on application Address all communications to I1- STAKES For 2 vear olds adde in Association mile heats best two in three - To 3 vear old- To 4 vear olds To v To 23 data To 227 cla To love I had forjrot are as treacherous as our Joys reiuenilM r not And dreainiii Tliat for lliwyi a is your MaaSSfl voice t ee Has client and daisies whit Have hid your sweet eyes from mv sehV Housekeepers Weekly Pnatjs 1 00 00 00 WON HEll BV STRATEGY said Aunt You take my advice Sndie to her nephew Jack Leonard Read romance and start traveling and when you come home Ill intrrmnt She has Miss Grey will many you filled ber mind with trashy novels and wants a hero for a husband comiTchiindcd eager-ntodand whether he went to Tadotisae the BOOrcea of the Nile the Bay of Napab or tbe Kangeley Lakea he disappeared without even bidding farewell to Silveetra Grey very eccentric of him How But ater all though Miss Grey ar funny old Jack And then she forgot till about him When Aunt Sadie Leonard opened her Utie brown stone house on Linden iety the second winter she bad several unusual attractions Lady Koaetta Amyllard of Amyllard Parle in Dorsetshire who was writing alxxik about tho Americans Sir Hardy Hard liacopo land of Australia and Capt n di of Venice to produce to the And as Miss Leonard held in world her white wrinkled little hand the goldea k y wiich unlocks the gates of lie lie 1 SHELBY IRVINE President M R ARBUCKLE Secretary 3S 4 Richmond Kenti ck UL r CHACQTTAniTZD WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL CETAHJ MUCH VALUAELE INFORMATION FROM A STITCY OF THIS MAP OF 1 9 Sk9 the distinguished foreigners had a very pleasant time The captain was tall and dark not unlike what poor Jack Leonard had been two years ago I think its likely there is a es resemblance lalmly observed Aunt Sadie when Silvestra Grey noted it THE CHICAGO ROOK ISLAHO 16 RAILWAY Including1 nnun lines branches and and Wc3t of tho ivrost fr rn Missouri Rrwr lo all ro City to Rock Iblind Davenport Dps via All LEA ROUTE I town Minnes i St I cuis C Ir short direct rovujid Southern points converging at Louis City it also constitutes KnTT THE SHORT LINE TO DEHVER AMD THE WEST FROM THE MiSSOUR RIVER n tho It traverses vast areas of the richo world forming the neediest most po jlar and transportation to and from all citi is towns ar orado and the Indian Territory- FREE Kansas Citv and Caldwell Hutchinson and Docile City and Puliman Palace Sleeping- Crj t to and from Wichita and Hutchinson I - The Leonardis are distant relatives I wish he was Poor Jack of ours here to day Tea said Silvestra slightly soft ening Jack vas very nice very only a llttl brilliant winter days and full of music charades u eras and carpet daacea glided along and Captain Leonard became a con A stant attendant on Silvestra Grey couple th v made and eojilc began to whisper the possibili-tic- of an early wedding Now I wish said Silvestra en thusiastically one day that you could have known my cousin Jack Dear old Jai k Vmi remind me of him Captain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lconardi MACNiFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Loadinc all com br steam from the -- locomo--leav- plencor cd shall be jealous of this Jack if you rave aoout mm any longer said the captain smiling sighed Silvestra Loor Jack I think he liked me I and D S -- to r- tervening static at and Colorado at seasonable hours and at mod nich Ioiicious meals - THE ROCK fSLAND To Menitou Falls Idaho Pik- ES TH FAVOR7E TOURSST LIKE f r rati bn Colorrdo 1 11 U mon Union Pacific oloradt Denver Texas ai other dlv orth anc Western Ti uil Fold r cop For Tici fiseued monthly or farther desired iformation address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN GenlTirkTcPa r Aj t CHIOAOU II I naaaaaaainnna5aiaMaaaanBa aaaaaanl t il And did you like him ud Silvestra Coiiie that is Of course 1 scarcely a fair question liked him a little Miss Gi Yes Capt LeOnardi Suppose I were to say that I liked you a great deal that I loved you Oh Capt Lconardi Would yea say mc no1 or yes Yes she answered A score of times yi Do you really love me my dar- You know that I love you Giacopo with soft reproachful eves If I were a poor beggar in the Via Marina would you love me still he catechised her with tender carnest- she answered steadfastly For myself only Oh Giacopo how can you ask these cruel queattai I like to be sure said the captain serenely Come here little one and e and let ne slip this circlet of diamonds on your plump fngcr Ah here oomea Mi s Leonard Silvestra ran to her with eyelashes wet with sunshiny l Oh Miss Leonard she sobbed I am cngagi Aunt Sadie lifted her eyebrows To Jnrk said she To Oiacojo corrected the beauty to apt Lconardi Well said Aunt Sadie hes Ye- - IYAZ00t RECORD 227 BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL inty Kentucky at -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- - - kept due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is fali ia fed if desired at reasonable rates and tried Will take evei either Yazo is by stands at 500 Eeln zz Baxolfl sire of raui S 2- - ral 20 man CS0 perforators in foal TOlSIldC asm Youag Porii I 2j5 Hymen 2Z trial jtoniile record in o4 in j amaf4it lecord 224 Nora Lee trial 2 2 in foal and V c by Beaanawe n oltijeur tela trial trial 230 2n4 dun of by Con- - SfUlbrillO Chief jpi dam by Roebuck am Whip a Ihe aboe jjedigrce hows YaSCO nd great no Chief V icer thorottghlred a j Jaek Silvestra turned around with a face of pretty puzzlement Jack she repeated Jack Say it again sweetheart caressed tapt Leonardi tenderly imprisoning You dont know her hand in his And Silves- Â¬ how sweet it sounds tra bred j Harold lclmont Mamlri- WeUr - mare bred foundation ill ircs Volaadc witli a pacing thorough rec county Ky JrlJook 41- - where can you heat it now open ilver T S BURNAM S CO If you would rather our marriage ended in an elopement than a regular church wedding estra gave a little comprehend- Â¬ ing cry the scarlet blocd suffused her face she clasped both hands over her w ve Berkley Guifjiie 18 Waisor er it nd la Â¬ and 20 North Upper Street Opposite Court House LBXINGTOX KENTUCKl tle HnI time thi season we ar now making he 11 a till Jiliili Kjiecial tes lgns in lari Dress Noveltie ever slmwu in Central Kentucky For ys a Of he In all the new coloring now ho popular with fashionable peojile Pari Ixmdon rA 1 I l ItN M exiuiiie in rich sliudiniri and no two alike Ti 1 1 dd re tbe very latest European ComOiuations and cannot be found elsewhere PLAIN AND FKU RED CHINA 8ILKS PRINTED INDIA KIJ BLACK AND COLORED FAILLE PRASfCAfcJB BLACK AND COLOREU PEAU DE BOl BLACK VEXEIIAN SILKS COLORED AND BLACK SIRAH SI L Colored Ire- - fioods in endless vaiietie Henriottiis in every shade made Serge Whip Cord Broad CI Ira Molwiir and Brillianteana rge ina BXjJLCIC C3 -- The most complete in all the New Wcnv s f Lupins Fnmous Fabrics Silk Warp Hennettas linve no etpial DUAPEBY N E iS are more oesii tbis season tban ever liefore We Imve the variety to select from of ioue in tbe city JOUVINK GENlINE KID JLOVES 4 lo 24 but length all new and fashionable colom for this season The Mothers Fr and Star Shirt Wsists for Boys and Cilils he best ever made cial attention given b 3MjSLBLI33G- and Bridal Outfits OOIDS WATSON LKXlNtiKJN KKNTtCKY of int ing iwl- - rgi ace ers day t of 180 BERKLEY GUTHRIE i BRYANT STRATTON Business College jm4 names successively before conuug to that of a man Divide this list into Mates and there is another surprise You will see for example that Iowa is the most productive of all the E for the magazine publisher tieit is there are moie subscribers to i zincs in Iowa proportionately than in any other single StHte in the Union The next is Connecticut and then in order come New York Massachusetts Illinois Ohio Pennsylvania and so on J A G WILLIAMSON CITY KNGINEEK rff - m Civil Engineer and Surveyor Surveys made for Railways Turnpikes Roadways Estimates given c Farm drainage Town IxMs laid ofl GENERAL LAND SURVEYS attention given to tn il BMpa and plats of farms nds Cor res pond encc with imrties intermto1 in surveya of lands in mouutaln couu tieotueay Office City Hall RichinondKy Lines retraced Hobble a like the above to be bad at W C GOHMLEY 4 COS The clergy a so form a very large part of the subscription list Of famous men in public life the names cf Secretary Bayard ex President Hayes Senator Edmunds and George W Childs arc most frequently encountered Mr Gladstones name appears on the lists of two American magazines the reason for this preference of the American editions being his desire to follow the advertising pages as a guide to American industries and new ideas Foreign subscribers innumerable at Â¬ test to the wonderful circulation of American magazines abroad one per iodical having regular paid subscrib- Â¬ ers in forty six of the sixty nations of Â¬ A little ammonia in tepid water will A Peculiar Game Tterealed by a Shooting Case In Arkansas soften und demise the skin A fcegend or Scotland Blood Sueaiac Vise Spiiitsof ammonia inhaled will often Davia I of Scotland was a merry from Batesville Ark to the A letter Leroy Duustan the well known nat monarch fond of the chase and sel- Â¬ relievo a severe headache Globe Democrat says For some months Â¬ New Olleans who has re- dom heeded the good counsels of his uralist of Doorptstes should be cleaned by rub- the country about Meltons has Ix en incently returned from Central America friend and confessor Alkwine canon bing with a wet cloth in ammonia and fested by a bold and daring band of horse where he had spent nearly two years in of St Augustine It was shortly after water thieves which has defied detection PubIf the aflat I been taken out of Mlks lic gossip connected the name of a Miss the study of the flota and fauna of the his coronation that Hoods Day fell re- Hetty Turner who later became better country relates the finding of a singular a solemn occasion for the elevation ot by frnit 4tns nmonia will usually and religious store the Color known as Sorrel Sue with the gang growth in one of the swamps about the crosses ir the churches Tolrgfcien urpets wipe them with as its supposed leader She was given In spite of the prayers ceremonies great lake of Nicarsugua poured a and entreaties of the priest tho King warm vtXnt fh vhich has been tlie latter name bee iuse she always apwas engaged in hunting for botanHe lew drops of a aonla peared in public riding a sorrel horse ical and entomological specimens in this would ride to the hunt with his host of Oni or it - lespoonftils of ammonia Â¬ merry courtiers peculiarly marke I with a dark face swamp which is known as San Sebaadded to a pail of water will clean 8he is not remarkably beautiful but When evening fell and the shadows dows better than soap stians when he heaixi his dog cry out as Running lengthened by some mischance the if in agony from a distance she is what n very rare in this country A few drops in a cupful of warm water a bleached blonde and her excel- Â¬ to the spot from which the animals cries King became separated from his comapplied carefully will remove spots from being horsewomanship and her d ehing lent came Mr Dnnstan found him enveloped panions in the gloom paintings and ehroases brought her many admirers Two in a perfect network of what seemed to He found himself suddenly quite When arid of any kind gets on cloth- Â¬ manner be a tine rope like tusue of roote or fibres of her admirers both members of the alone at the foot of a great crag ing spirits of ammonia will remove It gang fought for ner favor One was killed the nature of which was unknown to Far away sounded the noise of tho Apply chloroform to restore the color Duke Bohsad was him no man anyhunt but he could see Keep nickel silver ornaments and and the survivor The plant or vine seemed composed where and suddenly his horse nn animal mounts bright by rnbbiag with w severely wounded A tnrgsun wm sent He mistook the di entirely of bare interlacing stems re of mettle such as it befitted a mon- Â¬ cloth saturated in spirits of ammonia for from this olree McRiblinj more than anything else the arch to ride began to tremble rection and walked into the cabin occu Â¬ Iu Crease spots may be taken out with Before he could branches of the weeping willow denuded all his movements and in his strange weak ammonia in water lay soft white pied by Sorrel Sue of all foliage but of dark nearly black stare he exhibited those tokens which be hustled out he saw certain things paper over and iron with a hot iron These he hue and covered with a thick viscid to this day Scotsmen of ti suoersttious Aaunonla applied two or three times which aroused his suspicions gum that exuded from the porei Draw It will reported to Sheriff Simcoe who with a nature will declare a proof that the on a fresh cold sore will kill it ing his knife Mr Dunstan endeavored horse can see spirits which any one drive it away if used when the cold posse anaaagsd to surround the den of to cut the animal free but it was only must be convinced give evidence that soro Is first felt the horse thieves capturing Sue and two with the greatest difficulty that he suc of her gang A tablespoonful of ammonia in a galthese dumb creatures are capable- of ceeded in severing the fleshy muscular the most intense terror of the superna- Â¬ lon of warm water will often n store The Sheriff though pleased with the fibre To his horror and amazement the tural whether that emotion be founded colors in carpets it Will also remove capture was more than elated at the dis- Â¬ whitewash from them naturalist then saw that the dogs body on fact or fancy covery of the peculiar method of dis- Â¬ was covered with blood while his hairby sewing machine left the stolen animals adopted Iry the The Kings horse in fact no longer oilYellow stainsmay be removed by rub guising He found that Suo had applied on white less kin appeared to have been actually ganx obeyed his master and it was only by bini the spot with a cloth wet with am- Â¬ sucked or pricked i l spots and the anithe means of bleaching her own hair to mal staggered as i from weakness and th most expert horsemanship that the monia before washing with soap that of the hotsea When tho DOa royal rider maintained his seat Equal parts of ammonia and turpen Â¬ tere d they found a horse envelops m a exhaustion And now suddenly he saw what ter- Â¬ tine will take paint out of dothhuj even In catting the viie the twigs curled jacket made out of rubber coats being rified the animal for there aro if ii is hard and dry Saturate the spot Tho to a sulphur vapir bath like living sinuom Cngers about Mr necessary and wash out in treated as often as fore him appliances were very ingenious and Dunstans hand anl it required no slight as large an immense stag almost twice soap suds as any that had ever been worked very welL A black or bay horse force to free the member from its cling- Â¬ freely would ing clasp which left the flesh red and seen before white as enow with great a If those who perspire water they use would be stolen and run into the bleach bathe little ammonia in the blistered The guci exuding from the horns like bleached ivory ery After its color was changed and its Ho fixed his immense and brilliant in every day it would keep their leah tail and mane trimmed the disgah vine was of a grayish dark tinge reaway with any watt and clean doing markably adhesive and of a disagreeable eyes upon horse and rider and on the disagreeable odor came so pronountel that without any in dayanimal cdor very jwwerf ul and nauseat instance tho former ran away at full Old brass may be cleaned to look like risk the animal could be taken speed followed by the white stag ing to inhale new by pouring strong ammonia on it light through the very district from away oyer moss and mire Away The native servants who accompanied scrubbing with a scrub brush rinse which it had been stolen away the white stag gaining all the and Mr Dunstan manifested the greatest in char water while until at Inst with a shriek that horror of the vine which they call lasa BARGAiylSG iV ALGIERS Pat a teaspoonful of ammonia In a genas de diable the devils seine or only a terrified horso could utter the quart of water wash your brushes and Â¬ creature fell and lay prostrate and mo- combs in this and all grsaaa and dirt BeMIng a Shopkeeper Down From Forty snare and were ful of stories of its death tionless throwing the King will disappear Rinse shake and dry dealing powers to Fourteen Dollar The stag with one wild leap stood In the sun or by the lire One of these stories was of an Eng You select yoir goods with slow delibFlannels and blankets may be soaked lishman residing in Managua who while over the monarch who gave himself up together casually hunting in the swamp a few years ago up for dead when suddenly a figure In a pail of water containing one table eration pde them little suds in a little heap eye them askance with strange and beautiful stoou beside spoonful of ammonia and lay down beneath x tree where a large as little as will be an inquiring dance and take a contem- Â¬ and powerful spec men of this singular him and interposed a cross between Rub and clean possible and they and not shrink those mighty horns and the Kings per- Â¬ whbc plative pull or two at the inspiring weed plant was growing and inadvertently One teaspoonful of ammonia to a tea son and the stag turning tied back in solemn science says a writer in the falling atleep awoke to find himself encupful of water will clean gold or silver Magazine Mohammed Ali veloped in its web and in spite of every to the forest Jewelry a few drops of aqua ammonia Gentlemans effort made to extricate him perished in The hunters missing the King made poured on the under side of diamonds responds with a puff from his cigarette its deathly embrac search for him As they rode to and will clean them immediately making in grave concort Then yon walk once or twice up and down the piazza slowly Anoth r story was of an escaped con Â¬ fro they caught glimpses of the white them very brilliant and jerking your head with careless vict who had hidden in the swamp whose stag but only as a Tying vision yot NOTES OF FOREIGN EVENTS ease in the direction of your selected pile bones had been found in the folds of the its color its ske and its wonderful you inquire as if for abstract reasons sagenas only a shoit time before Mr Dun speed filled them with terror Finally The entire Frem h cavalry is to be merelv in an off hand tone your Hon- stan s visit ine stones remarkable as tfioy found the hunting cap tbe King they seem are firmly believed in by the had worn upon tho ground and fol-Â¬ armed with a new hemlet an affair of lems friends lowest cash quotation for copper with a COCfcads stuck In the lot as it stands people but tho only three specimens lowing this clow came at last to the niekeled the top Two hundred francs is the smallest which Mr Dunstan was able to find were spot whore the Kings horse lay quite There will probably be a all small ones though the meshes of the dead its eyes wido open as though rise in prices of champhor tremendous price Mohammed Ali paid far more pum and himself for them lie sella largest would proliably if extended in a fixed upon some terrifying object The icrman foremsseat is using larite than that occupation it would seem simply for straight line measure nearly if not by lay the King himself mo- Â¬ quantities of these articles in the manuNear Look at the work monsieur All graven quite 100 feet Le was able to discover tionless silent pallid as a statue of facture of smokeless powder repomee metal or rcM very little about the nature of the plant marble His hands were lit ped It is now denied that Queen Victoria brass not men entas owing to the difficulty of handling it large cross At first they will visit Ireland this year The report old chain stitch alike on both about a commonnone of your wretched for its grasp can only be torn away with thought that he also was dead but to that effect which was so widely cir loss of skin and even of flesh but so shortly he opened his eyes and told a short time ago Is an idle ru- Â¬ place modern machine made embroidmor nceordlag to aiboaeban and other ery near as Sir Dunstan could ascertain its them the tale I have told you hijrh authorities You smile incredously and remark power of suction is contained in a numMoreover ho said that sine1 the The new Kirs of Portugal is to be with a nod that your Moslem friend nitst ber of iutiniessimal mouths or little suckA mistake of the Lord surely be in error ers which ordinarily closed open for flight of the sUig he had dreamed a made a Knight of the Garter dream or had a vision A holy being Salisbury proposes to send one of the pres For 200 francs read 50 francs the reception of food to Portaaal to Mohammed Ali assumes an expressive The gum exude 1 seems to serve the though he knew not what name bo Quens longed to it had bade him build an confer the order A special mission attitude of virtuous indignation and retwofohl purpose of increasing its tenacworld be sent but there would sumes his tobacco Fifty francs for all ity and of oerccming a viotim by its abbey in the same place to be called certainly be a row inthat Parliament alxuit He shows Monsieur jests that lot sickening odor The plant is found only the Holy Rood Abbey to dedicate it the expense in honor of the Holy Cross which had himself a very poor judgu indeed of in low wet plages and usually eneath Th Italian government has dispatched a large tree and while dormant seems saved his life and to build it on the Prof Candllo Gobrl of the Ualverafts of vahiss spot where he had fallen Ilalf an hours debate and ten succes Â¬ only a network of dry dead vines covstudy This tale and the sight of the cross Pisa to Berlin and Paris to savant the sive abatements reduce the lot at leas to ering the black earth for several feet but Influenza Another Italian has Mo- coating into contact with anything will so impressed the wild young nobles tone to St Petersburg on an exactly a fair average price seventy fran they knelt about the King and similar errand Both professors will hammed declares you have robbed him instantly begin to twist and twiue up- that ward in a horrible lifelike manner all devoutly adored the God whose publish treatises on the epidemic upon of all his profit and pockets his cash with inarticulate grumblings in the Arab breaking out with the gum like substance mercy had so marvelously preserved their return Mr Brownlag left several of the most tongue Next day you see in the Itue spoken of before and enwrap the object their monarch whom they then conveyed to the chapel where the pious valuable books in his library to Bslliol BabAzun that you have paid him at with a celerity al nOSt incredible If the sabstaaos is animal the blood is Alkwine still employed himself in de- college Oxford of which he was an bon Ie vst M francs too much for your supornry member Mr Browning last posed bargain drawn oft and the carcass or refuse then votion paid in July on the visit toBalllol A luni i of raw meat being dropped Here the cross from which the King occasion of tbe wis dinner which was given Tlie Hot on the Platform thrown it in the hort time of five minhad never parted was carefully exam- Â¬ by tbe iiinsi r and fellows to almnt the dinner station where we stop will be thoroughly drunk ined At utes the blood It was of wonderful and intri- Â¬ eighty old college member off and the mass throw n aside Its vo Â¬ cate workmanship a miracle of deli- Â¬ ped one tlay on a certain Tennosee railIt is said that the waistcoat worn by racity is almost beyond belief it devourcate beauty and no man could tell of the unfortunate Louis II of Bavaria on road says a writer in lbs New York Sun ing at one time over ten pounds of what it was made whether of wood or the day of his mysterious death is now almost the first sight which greeted the meat though it nay bo deprived of all metal and it was averred that during on exhibition in the window of 1 Hquoi eyes of those who got off was a rough food for weeks without any apparent loss the 2 0 years which this cross stood in denier at Forth Lest there should be burial box on the platform and seated Mr Dunstan attempted to the abbey no one over discovered of any doubt as to the authenticity of the near it was an old black woman with a of vitality bring away a roo of tho sageuas but it what it was carved for the abbey was garment thus displayed the auctioneers handkerchief to her eyes AVhen kindly warrant and bill of sale are pinned to It asked the cause of her sorrow she died during his return voyage growing built and was known to fame long af- Â¬ The Slavs have now a Zola of their pointed to the box and replied ing so foul with a stroug odor of real ter the King who erected it slept in animal corruption that he was obliged to its tomb and the cro s kept its place Own in the person Of Count Stanislaus De ole mans in dar Rxewnskl whose latest romance Al get rid of it Your husband until the sou of Kobert Bruce bethought fredine of which a French translation Yes died two davs ago back yere in him to take it into battle with him has just been published is a work likely AN ORIGINAL GENIUS talked about when it fell into English hands and to It presents a series de ken try And what are you doing with the of tableau of cosmopolitan lif which Bis Idea or Advertising Wan Better Than belonged for a long while to Durham For there are eurlons and realistic even if they body here Cathedral still a mystery Ills Profession are not very edifying I wants to bury it up at Charlesiown A weil dressed man leaning against never was before nor has been since oldest lawsuit ever known is now but I haint got money null to take it on so say those who ought to know any- Â¬ a lamp post ard apparently stooping In progress of trial in the highest Rus de railroad the sleep of the just created a great thing in the least like it as to texture sian court la St Petersburg It was What nonsense I exclaimed a man of interest on lower Broadway deal As for the white stag there wars originally brought 500 years ago against as he came forward Whats the differVt orld says the New York those who thought they caught a the city of Kamenez Podoisk bv the ence where a nigger is buried They He gat on a bjx which ho seemed to glimpse of it flying over the woods and heirs of a dead nobleman to recover her to hurry it here but she wont several thousand acres of his estate wont being sudhave been carrying and about the Castle of Edinburgh Shes determined to take it to Charles with drowsiness denly overcome many years and who swore they which had been confiscated by the town municipality The testimony is weighty placed it on the curbstone and sit saw it by moonlight tasting the waters asked the passen Â¬ For what reason ting down upon it fell asleep Heias of the Well of Hot Rood and that There are forty five tons of it In manu- ger who had put all the previous ques- Â¬ script not far from old Trinity church and far away faint bugles rang and the tions although the oar of Broadway was sound of baying hounds and hunters Kase sah all de fo chillen is buried around him the sleepers in the church cries on every Rood Day evening for HINTS ON SHAVINC ONES SELF nn dnr nn lii mtiiider in sistM- - nn Aa yard could hardly have bem less a century or more Never use warm water which makes poo ole man wiU be lonesome down oblivious to what was going on about the face of shavers tender yere A Nation of Pigmies him The moment you have your bed or What bosh growled the kicker After China with its hundreds o bath is the best time to shave To those who succeeded in getting whispered the other as Look here close enough to the man his gentle thousands o great brown coolies mjd it A piece of soft plate leather should al he went over to him Id rather be a restfui snore dispelled the fear that he blim ones who will walk all day up htl wnyi be kept with razors to wie tlmm nigger with her soul than be a white man under burdens that would break dowi with mght be dead with yours Shes right Let the fam The Bide of ais face was exposed an Euroean athlete on the level th In cold weather place your razor ily dead sleep together closed of course In your pocket or un and betrayed no sign of intoxication Annamites strike you as a nation of pig He entered the express office paid for der your arm to warm It It was the judgnent of every ono that mie t the shipment of the body bought the i heir average height must be undei Always wipe your razor clean and widow a ticket toCharlestown aud then he was sober in good health and simply taking a quiet snooze When five feet they are narrow chested and strop it before putting it away and al dropped a 10 gold piece in her hand and the crowd became so dense as to thin legged their months are alwav ways put your shaving brush away with said the lather on It i Ithy red with th threaten a blockade tho supposed stained a slubbering Give him a decent funeral mammy Never fall to wash your oeard with and this will put up a headboard to mark 6leeper jumped to his feet mounted areca nut and lime lliit they clew tin his lxx and flourishing a couple of ceasingly and they are sttipi I eyelid soap and cold water and to rub it dry the grave the power of words to tell Whether it Immediately before you apply the lather May the Lawd bless you for bottles over hig head exclaimed of which the more you use and the 1 Now gents seein that you are all is the fault of their conqueror or not But he hurried in to snatch a bit to eat thicker it is the easier you will shave here I rise to a question of privilege cannot tell but they appear to be a peoIf you only once put away your razor While he was gone I made inquiries as and after that kin you for this most ple destitute of the cn-e of sell re pect without stropping It or otherwise per- to his identity and finally found a man cordial reception which I assure you writes a oorrssro ulcntof the Washing fectly cleaning the edge you must no who replied Why thats Colonel Blank of Alawill long remain upon the tablets of ton Star At any rate the French tree lonper expect to shave well and easy my memory I wish to call your atten- Â¬ them as if the had none The first tim the soap and damp so soon rust tho fine bama He owned over 800 negroes when hotel al teeth and edge he war broke out tion to my world renowned corn and I went into dojuner at the bunion eradicator and so on in the Haiphong one of the boys had left a dirty plate on the litllo table to which usual style A Good ISargain the host showed me the Mistletoe Ilongh When to Wind a Watch Quest ce que tti fan toil demanded AH th well known traditions about the A schoolboy defined strong drink M A dry goods merchant and a jeweler the latter pointing to the plate and mistletoe such as kissing under it or the stuff that causes the most human were going home together on a street smack a box on the e irs followed thai Druidic rites belong to the English mis- happiness by lettin it alone Here car at the close of their days labors you could have heard fifty yards oft tletoe which is not the same as the Patrick seems to give credit to the And this in the middle of a crowded American The two are closely allied rumseller by a similar back handed and the former drew from his vest his handsome Waltham and proceeded to dining room You would no mon think a id resemble each other but they are process of reasoning wind it up This isnt the right of striking a Chinese servant liko thai distinct genera The American mistletoe At a temperance meeting where time of day to do that said his than of tweaking a paitoeaasai nosa on is botanically known as phoradendron several related their experien Before a Fieiehinan an the English viscum Ihe name of th humorous Irishman was acknowledged Eviry friend watch should be Ureal way wound at home the first thing in the Annaniite appears to have no rights English genus is derived from viscum to be the chief speaker Ho had on a morning so thut the fullest tension of meaning bird lime beeuse of the muci pair of fine new boots Said he A the spring may be upon the movement lairinous juice of the berries Ihe name week afte- - I signed the pledge I met literally means thief an old friend and he says Â¬ A Remarkable Weapon during the jarring of the owners footof the American Thems a steps while he is up and awake This The German press is discussing at ona tree which is certainly more pic- fine pair of boots you have on They will save freqjont regulation of th length the merits of a new French reÂ¬ turesque than the designation of its rel- are says I and by the same token timepiece Try it for a month or two peating air rilic called the miracle ative as well as scientifically correct twas the saloon keeper who gave The mistletoes form a distinct family them to me and youll be surprised at the improve-Â¬ gun The rifle was invented by M or order by themselves including only ment in your time Paul GifTurd of Paris the original proIhat was generous of him says jector of the Parisian pneumatic post the two principal genera English and he The weapon is American It is described thus Probably the Biggest loot on Earth It was says I but I macio a Mistletoe is only used in home decora- bargain with him A pair of boots made in lioston ia light much tighter than any of the Ko was to keep It resembles tion It is considered inartistic even his drink and I was to keep my money 800 for a man in Jersey measured as army riles now- in use to arrange a piece in church the magazine gun In that a steel car irreverent My moans bought mo these fine boots follows bacanse the employment of the mistUeoe I got the best of The length otho foot 28 J S inches tridge aloit a span and a ball the bargain and Im I thick as a mans thumb is atÂ¬ at all is a relic of Druidism and thus e going to stick to it Length of the heel 6 inches At btt the pressurvival of Paganism tached to ono arrel by aaam Width of tho sole 6 l inches This cartridge contains 800 ent respect for the mistletoe is but a fcrew Width of the heel 5 1 8 inches pleasant superstition like that for the IIU little Snack Circumference over tho instep ad shots which can le discharged a idly or slowly as a man desires Since wishbone or four leaved clover It is perhaps because there aro ex- Â¬ inch neither powder or any other explosive ceptions to all Circumference lengthwise 44 inches that It takes a prodigious amount of vege Â¬ seem to be ablerulesbid some persons to In one of those shoes two sizeable but only compressed and liquefied air table matter to form a layer of coal it of the reeognizod laws defiance to many men put all four of their feet and did supplies the expelling force no smoke of health and no flash accompany the disÂ¬ being estimated that the present growth Wouldnt you like a little some Â¬ not till it of the world would make a layer 1am thing to charge eat before you go to bed than one eighth of an inch in thickness said an old farmer The Voice of Inexperience and that it would take a million years of about retiring for to a guest who was Mr Quilldriver A London paper the nigfct A Good Stan to Get Rid Of vegetable growths to form a coal bed ten No thank you was tbe reply -- I says theres no enterprise whjeb re- Â¬ repeated the feet in thickness I get up at daylight The United States quires for its success such a combina- Â¬ early rising crack for the B99tb time has an area of more than 440CO0 square never eat anything after supper You dont tion of menial and mechanical powers 1 cant see how aiy one can want tolls Well I couldnt sleep miles of coal fields and more than 100 of organization of administrative skiif Then 000000 tons of exal were mined in the if I didnt have a little snack of some in bed after he has woke up of business- of 1 year enough to ran a ring sort fore I went to bed Of course 1 out of the house as soon as country last the world ad lltera around the esrtii at the center five and dont want a reglar meal but f fool put In the tired aaafible I suppose newspaper Txat mankn all HBner for the sake of saying soino- - vrte half feet wide and equally as thick two the better for a piece of pie and or three doughnuts with hes drivin at Competent scientists say that there is Mrs Quilli eskough coal in the Catted Staoas to sup Â¬ cheese and a pickle and a bite of cold rtalnJy pors some undertook to hM1n 1st be to your ply the world for the next MOt ysara you What a reiii club know just to stay family tkb raut mm of LAma THE WHITE STAG VARIOUS USES FOR AMMONIA 8BX 9lMACttBV HonSES Mr Dnaabut Remarkable Story f a Â¬ Â¬ liiul III 1 llLbLlLiU Over Two Millions Distributed EVEB T Â¬ Â¬ OHEaCDBMEBUL Louisiana State Lottery Company Â¬ Â¬ Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its franchise made a part of the present State Constitution in 1879 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place Semi Annuallv June and December and its Grand Single Number Draw ke 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¬ Only Limited Quantity on llanj and for Sale htlj HJStreng - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ You are at liberty to m We do hereby certify that we super- examination bt gument netvise tbe arrangements for all tl LOTS ARE BARGAIN and Scad Annual Drawings of Th isiani State Lottcrv Company and in per- only ones that have son manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and faith toward all parties and w the Company to use this certifies 1 facsimiles of our signatures attached in LtT its advertisements Consist- - of LruliV ami Ribbed Vesta at 15c Â¬ Â¬ i Lots of Bargains ko LOT NO Â¬ Â¬ ifU our counters R M I K Commissioners We the undersigned Banks antl Bankers will pav all Prizes draw n in The Loui iana State Lotteries which may be presented at Consists of Ladies Jersey at 2 LOT Consists of a jood Stj S pr yard LOT NO 4 Con ists of Good Bleach per yard WaimsI ev President Louisiana National Bank tional Bank A Pikkrk Iaxux President State Na- Â¬ LOTS IS AM N 8 Â¬ National Bank Bank Baldwin President New Orleans President Union National Consist of the country at 10 15 and 2j Â¬ Â¬ Carl Koun LOTS Consi t AM 10 MAMMOTH DRAWING At the Academy of Music New Orleans of Elegaat Ladiea at 5 and 10c a an LoT NO Consist- Tuesday Jane CAPITAL PRIZE 17 1890 of Handsome CI yard Â¬ 600000 Â¬ LoT No Consists ot Beautiful Sat vara u 13 Â¬ 100000 Tickets at 40 Halves 20 gartTwentieths j ers 10 Eighth Fortieths LIST OF IRIZKS Prize of 600000 it Prize of 11 Prize of is I Prize of 50000 is j Prizes of 20000 are j Prizes ot 10000 are 10 Prizes of 5000 are Prizes of joooare - of are 1 1 1 LOT LIU Consists of a No 1 Q at ioc per yard LOT No 13 Consists of Lovely Dre per yard LOT NO 11 at Consists of 36 inch Henriettas yard JOo Prize- - are 1 LOT NO 15 - are arraoxiMATKM i 1O0 Prizes of tooo arc 80O arc 100 Prizes at too Prizes of 400 are 00 Prizes of TV 2 rizes 40000 Consists of 40 inch Henriettayard LOT NO Iti Consists of a handsome I o a pat at Consists of Cassimeres Â¬ XI MBER TERMINALS I9S Prizes of 1 200 arc Â¬ 1 Prizes amounting to illtitMI Â¬ LOT NO 17 - 3 LOT NO 18 Â¬ Lords-ln-walti- ag Â¬ Â¬ Con ists of Camlet per For Club Rates or any further information desired write legibly to the U 1 undersigned clearly statin iidence with Si and Number Consists of all Liner More rapid return mail delivery will be IS L r enclosing an Envelope address Consists ot Beautiful Curtain ACENTS WANTED Jfa 1 I JH A or M Â¬ La mix Washington 1 C By ordinary letter containing Monev Order issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Draltor Postal Note jSl 3T i 3 3FL TDAUPHINT Address M V I d -1 A Dai New Orleans LOT NO Consists of a Good Suit of Clot boy from 5 to 12 years old at L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Address Registered Letters containing Currency to New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New Orleans La REMEMBER that the payment of Prizes is Guaiantecd by Four National Banks u New Orleans and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are nized in the highest Courts therefore be ware of all imitations or anotn schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction ot a Ticket Issatd by us in anv Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle 48- C Consist of a Good Suit boy from M to 18 years old at LoT NO 23 Consists of a man at IcOo LOT NO 24 Consists of a Good Suit of c man at J L T Consists of a Good Suit of man at 5 LOTS 2fj 27 AND 28 r a man Consist ot a Suit of at 1250 15 anc nnot be bought for less than 5 nm the suit anywhere in America T WELLH B V CAHH LOT NO - 1 C Tie You T WELLS CO Consists of a Ladys Dongola Shoe at 150 Bu LOT N 30 D Consists of a Lad vs Custom midc gola Button Shoe at 2 worth Only Coal Yard in Town LOT NO Il S fc-i- - Â¬ d n Only a square from the Court house have to send away out to Consists of Childrens Shoes Spring dont the depot Dongola Leather sizes S to 12 at LOT NO U Consists of Ladies Dongola Button at 350 worth S5 n II 1 -- iWwijr1 3111 SOitCOoU AutllTaCite Consistsof Misses Dongola Button Spring lleelssizes 8 to 12 at i worth 200 Shoe- - LOT NO 34 Consists of Mens Congress Gaiter Balmoral Shoes at 150 World Beaters Nat and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumber yard next to Second Presby erian church Quickest delivery iu town Lowest prices Try us H-C T WELLS 3c CO LOT No Vo Consis af Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 200 Hummers -- Â¬ LOT NO Consists of Mens Cordovan LOT Â¬ Con Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at This is a regular Corner Lot No N 7 Consists of Mens Hats 1 at 75c 1 LOT Consistsof Mcaa Hats at LOT NO Consistsof Mens Hats at building Site A regular -- Â¬ Â¬ 125 an position of the high prices of others ex- Â¬ LOT NO 40 Consists of Mens Hats at Worlds Fair 2 a raj LOT NO 41 Consists of Full Regular Balbriggai for men at 50c Consist -- U T NO 42 of Mens lepperell Drill Draw ers at 50c LOT NO 43 50c UVhszi rcicr v VA Consists of Mens Overshirts at l CwlJ watch Â¬ aLHsRIO SiJJSws IS world Â¬ an otm aw uul Â¬ amiBSntaaii ftw i Ml ivJm iibi each lo titty cm Mew OB It r i Than MBakM rU m Sm wawV m All Ik work tm ir on tt urn iiiSifs - fa rf lho r ralubla irad twm wktck tofcto Ibrjaara lMlw nd tho w an repaid W pa all ipnaa wknoMoMntS toarkt art Aftar v now all If van TT laid Ilka nn work far a ra row OSO to SUJO I wanto Addr 1 1tT aJ kl rm k va uax ni lanlt LOT NO 44 Consist of Mens Flannel Shirts at 7 cU LOT NO 45 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at LOT NO 4 Consists of Men Half Hose at 25c LOT NO 47 Consists of Mens Half Ho c LOT N 1 SM 8 coss a Ajas MlltS One oftll tAe wtM ia wopertot taaa aanasj Â¬ WUWarVs t EBT1 IFREE ur H EYE3 MC in oar foods are will r aUrRKB je bb mtm k raiir t v Omlj tboa m ha wrft ani at oaata en oak aura ot chase All voahavvteaVin r g is to nV PJi md to nr 0 - Consists of Torchon Laces at re 20 and 25c for 12 yard pieces - L T NO 40 Consist of a Line of Trunk never before named at price nuoi II III II 1111 TW tottawkae I4- twas Ct ilywB Ttrsha- tl - j LOT NO 50 Consists of hundreds of other Lot of which we have not the room here to make mention aajMtl avd Of tlvc ftadav ahows th nfWM of it ndacri t J doKbrsr ttut BfHath navt f tthlk It to a show ncopUrzis iseaarfwrarrr Wn anil lo vw ia ou how j r vi kBkMi Barw BattB a w BipaallBi H HAUtl Brtter w 1 hta at nea W may all expf th J 1MB OBV rVKIUHU MAIS nai jmmi saaais f CRAPSEY 46 Wiggins Block Cincinnati O Aroliiteots BROWN and yoi Lots of have Hi Come to our crreat lotaalo rry away with you Lot- will never j again H 45- I Csd refer to building aaeoe rected in Richmond Sterling Winchester and Owidl 6 5 J - STRENG Seller of Lois oi Bargains IP HE CLIMAX rilaudar A Kay 21 1890 reek bridge crash t tue Dig Marble railroad items Saturday rv at Cutltpr - May 31st will lie Decoration Hill - M Later desim- to sell a good Spring i- notice Tajon tiii Uvtitrix t l sfss for TbreTYeari Sme time ago we noticed the trial by apt Tom Fenvll will cry the sale Court martial of Commander Mi Calla of l Cortex lark deceasi d Y nan who was brought the Inited States steamship Enterprise Mr M and that Commodore McCain of the home m - from lVattyvilh- ii much iui- - United States navy brother to Mr K K irivel hfeOaaa of this place was one of the eeld lrink of Blue Court McCalla has baea found guilty on Imp in at Dinellis five different charges and suspended from rank and duty for three years His way lv the MadLson pay has lieen reduced from unit 2am T L Crutcher t jht year or HJM for the periil of aaa -pension tisement t- narvey rmn inda Parrah Ex- - WiU Land ja Clark The Winchester IVrnocrat says eh er Bros have entensl 200 land in the oftice of the County Clerk This is the first time for many years that this has lieen done and very few people suppse there is any vacant land in Clark A survey w ill be ma le by Capt county Pendleton this summer of the lands ad Â¬ joining the river In ginning at the mouth of Thomas branch between Ford and Booncslxiro and extending up the river to Indian Creek iatadea Ft si Vesical Veteraas week we commented on the rapid uf r and almost total disapjieanince of the DrC S Hottoa will return to night men w ho lielonge toOapt James Stones initial meeting of the State eaaaaoar Marshalls regiment of cavalry iciety tickl m in the Mexican war Iy ac ident the name of Gee C M Clay was inserted in the list when it should have dime I littli cause oi Mr John U tle furthurdown the column and in the was pneumonia suiH-rinlist of those now living in the county - Iisease and that he but who went to the Mexican war from Id other counties and the name of Chiton I id Chenault of Cane Spring Mr Shifllet should have come in place of unty is Imilding a residence two ien CfjM tlic Irvine pike on a part of ml We are told by a survivor of the Stone liert Miller place eomiianv that there are only five of them Lexington i to try brick streets and left in the cunty to wit Clifton Shifllet Alt Williams N I Purrus Joseph Pergrant satisfaction they will dmiiii kins and J Pike IVnham r wear for the price Beanies Hen Stone at Leavenworth lam streets Kansas and Uev Geetajt 0 Ekanasa af There will In- a Strawlierry Supper on Florida w ho went from Madison Col Tom Rednesday evening May 28 at 8 Turnner and bev ire n Clay Smith of at the Court 1Iuim for the Mt Sterling and Bradford Hozier of Ks Temjilars lodge Everv t ill kI eoriliallv invited brand Warden Stone t nipt wntflsaae in the peniten- The delegates to the Kentucky irind ii Sinn lay by thni- convicts to kill held in Imisville la t lank and eseaie but prompt action Coiiinianiiery and the iri sence of several llf ijrlit rifles week have returned Sir Knight Sam uel Hanson Stone of this place was li the prxii dinp elected Eminent irand S nior Warden I h- J A Stacker of Klder This is high up the ladder of the grand ev has been declared by a Lex order of Knights Templar and thorough jury to lie of unsound mind and ly in the line of promotion In a short itnd in the asylum Opium and time he will Ik- exalted to the highest h umlaut the ram sition Uiyht Eminent irand Command er Uilasaa Sr who Bed in er which place i now filled by Sir MeitVrt of lxmis li ned 78 year- - was Knight William H ville John W Pruett of Frankfort of O A ilmin the well turkey buyer who has spent thous- ana elected Deputy irand Commander and--i dolian in that line in Madison Charles II Fisk Covington irand en T J Flourney eralissimo Paducah tv Captain icm ral J I Ix wis bowling lohn i Barret a prominent Louisville Qtaeat irand Prelaoe BegkaaU H r who died lst week was an uncle Thomisn LooisTille Junior Warden H ed oi Mrs Smith this place and DtP Bobh Versaiiles Treasurer E A a daughter of Clifton aVaeea of Kobinsoii Maysxille Standard Bean r lanxillc brother of the late Col William C C Vogt Louisville Sword Bearer J - this county T Hedges Cynthiana Warder II The physicians who attended the State Johnson Henderson Cajitain of the Medical Society last week at Henderson iuanl report a successful meeting and that they A Child Drowned lighted with the city of HenderAlmut half pant one oclock to day a son of Clinton eoun Ir Ueanae iarty of little Imivs six or eight vears old h was elei ted President were allying at the bridge over Mill There will lie an impirtant meeting of Creek north of the pottery among them kholders of the Richmond Gas lieing Lillanl the six years old son Company Water Works Company and of Mr Green B Parke who clerks for ight Company held at C s A C Penniman iV Son hardware dealPowells iilliec Thai wis j May ers The children wen- runninj back and at M a in newkc forth on a lsijtrd that lies across the stream f 1m in Is heretofore issued Tin under the bridge wheal little Lillanl fell under mortgage by the Kentucky Inion into the water which is al unit five feet land Company have turn all called in deep His little companions ruffn where and that company has Lwncd and sold some men wen at work and aarethe lay of May 1600000 alarm but when they reached the scene f rrid -- lock the child had sunk for the last time hav ing been in the water some ten minutes The Kl IIViMi Climax ajijK ars this Several minutes more elapsed before the ii a bran Ben suit of spring clothes bodycoald recovered and when taken ils to print the usual self glorifica out the little spirit bad flown The men tion in doiie so French Tipton is niak-iiiia- did all that could Ik- done till Irv Carver it and the paaer of and llinmai who wen- - immediately tel Â¬ fact that he can procure such a nice out ephoned arrived but all efforts at resusit Ids efforts are appre citation were futile and the little body ciated had to lie eanied to the home that had Many ilim-aiid- of dollars have lw cn s en him an to bis play an hour before by hum in - of people lately by full of life and childish joy Fort flbaM small investment- - in tBMiawi I elk d law voi7i ilotiitur Mni Mth lie- - of the soatk Have youafew ileen 15 Parke was a son of William hundred- - or even less money that you Parke lately deceased this county and would like to have doubled or ijiiadrupled removed West abotal four yean ago in thirty day- If so by going down to The Law to Protect Labor Contracts i liefure their great vTin lots on June you can secure a Since the publication in last weeks trom the Association at jrf vale sale lots Ciim of the case wherein a party was that will go for three or four times as fined S20 for enticing away a laliorer who much in thirtv ilavs was under contract we have found that the existence of such a law is not generW l ilrs Sale T bay To fully inform those who ally known J M Filter Trustee of I J li from lack of know ledg of the law might White will sell to day 40 Polled Angus trangrcss it we puhlishthe statute in lull cattle a nnmlter of horses 500 hands of Chapter General Statutes Article eirn din p ii j ids of meat and other XIV S c i Enticing labor If any thins ivcrtweiucut petaoa shall willfully entice pursuade or Tin- Id I rounder To Day otherwise influence any person or persons The Stitc Pharmaceutieal Association who have contracted to laltorforany fixed will convene it the court bouse this peaied of time to abandon such contract lb n Curtis F Bnmam will In fore such in riod of time shall have exof welcome The pired without the consent of the employ Â¬ public invited k ltanjuet at tliedyn- - er he shall be fined not to exceed 30 and lie liable to the party injured for such don Thursday night damages as he or they may have sustaineWednemlai to rater works men will here next give bond engineers to work Ik- - Ijst 1 Vle-lu-- Â¬ i i Â¬ - Â¬ - son-in-la- Â¬ - Â¬ I 1 Â¬ Â¬ oek - FJCWT i Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ t great deal sickness in this vicinity and has beea for the past month with several deaths Little Eddie a d son of 1 Ii and Martha A Williams died the Mb ult Mrs Rebecca Roark and child died May 2 two of J W Prrsous children a few days liefore David Marcums wife anil child died May and Palestine Logs dons w iff died Ajril 14th A good physician is needed this vicinity and one could build up a good practice Tlie Railroad Election conies off Saturday 17th and will be defeated Sime Beanie dont know when a good thing is offered them anil will cry out taxes taxes when if we had a railroad through our county we could pay ten times the amount of taxes we are now iiaying and much easier Give us rail roads to devel The readingof Miss Mary Baford Smith op our hidden wealth and make us a rich at the Opera House was attended by a people large and select audience Her actirg BKVTTYVIlIE elocution and stage appearance were ve y The Ihkiui is eery quiet at present creditable It was her first appcaranie and was a very creditable one in eve y Col Hamilton of Mt Sterling is in respect She is also a very line vocalist town this week She was assisu d by her brother Mr Duke The new hotel is under slow progress Smith who poaanasaaa very fine baritone to completion notwithstanding it is very voice Fi uitkfiirt Argut much needed by the traveling public Messrs Mason x Co are near complet Â¬ THIN COLUMN ing their extension saw mill and will soon commence work Young man does anything hurt you Cant Win Rock resident engineer has It is natural for Mr Stone to sell at been quite sick for several days but is improving fast at present writing rock liottom prices Dr Gee Burton has returned from the What is the difference b tween a Madi son county 1 Vmocrat ic c invention and Lexington races He reports a grand time a Jefferson county tornado and has lieen all smiles since his return Wm L Futterworth Ix t us bear no more almut a thing e formerly of Iring as terrible ls an army with banners vine has accepted the pisition of lunik Just say like a Madison county Demo- keeper and business manager for the firm of Bnaadeabarg A Roberts cratic convention A negro nemed Smith deck hand OB Did the concussion from Saturdays convention in Madison loosen the anch- the Steamer Favorite was drowned eight ors of the great Marble creek bridge in miles Im Iom here on the 14th hist His Jessamine and cause it to fall body has not yet been found The Terpsichorean Society was organTexas Siftings once remarked that Texized in Beatty ville last night Wm litit as had as little Spring as an ox wagon The Kime is true of Kentucky it jumps terworth President Walker Jameson out of winter into summer with a dull Vise President u o P Cotes Secy Brownlow Jameson Treas thud V y Owing to the bad weather and scarcity boss you see it wuz this way daddy he belonged to Mos KearlaJoata of men the R N I o 1 Ry is progress Robinbut long come George Washington and ing slowly but Messrs Mason tol em they wuz all free an so that son w ill each have a large force and peak work to completion as soon as possible settled it The steamer Adar has gone above the Hernd in would now lie a capable man to conduct a prize fight run a circular government dams and is doing a thriving saw or bluff a tornado Hes been business from this point to St Helens through the test He would Is- - a Band Walkers Creek and BooaviDe JPolk Smalhvood Master Barney McGaire man to handle dynamite Pilot J F Suton Clerk S D Pari ail and Win Cunningham each bought a metallic coffin yesterday liKKKS for water troughs They had gone out E L Caldwell left on Thursday last for of style That a man buys a coffin is not his home in West Virginia always a sign of a goose nest Mr JasK r Jan is of Lancaster smiled Did the Lexington Leader mean to lie ilium his friends here last week faeetimis when it published the appended William Terrill is very sick with fever item William Waldorf Astor has sold 1000000 worth of real estate it is said His friends are very anxious lest he may not recover in order to In- - able to pay his ice bills The maple sugar party given by Prof Hotel ilyndon We have waiter niast I KH f young pork aad spring chick- and Mrs Dodge was pronounced a very en iuest from a little distance out enjoyable affair east of town Are you got any sallct Mr Osborne has sufficientlv re I mean wild sallet what you fellows call covered to lie taken to his former home greens in Say brook Ohio After a great battle or any heavy exDr Lusk has recently added to the im plosion a rain is sure to follow The h s provements of his home by building an tory of all wars confirms our statement important addition to his house S t After the battle at the court-hoiis- Miss Millie daughter of W B Hutch urday came one of the heaviest rains of inson baa just returned from Ohio where the year she has been living for the last year and aski 1 a a half What is this a bay window passer by of a man digging the foundaMrs Jemima Stepp widow of William No thats what the Stepp died last week at quite an advan Â¬ tion of a house Vou mean ced age For several mouths she has arkytek calls oxen corner Sumpum uv that been a great sufferer form dropsy an octagon corner sort I sieck The Phi Helta Society awakened a great The druggist sundry drummers attenddeal of enthusiasm and had two very ening the State Pharmaceutical Convention joyable meetings by representing the have a wagon load of sponges at the 52nd Congress of the United States court house What a pity they didi t As previously announced the Bible get here Saturday so that they could reading at the Glade church by Miss have beea used in the convention A lams was followed last Sunday by Mrs Miss Jennie Fox of Casey 111 baa jest Podge with a reading on the Bible place received a check for one million dollars of man from the estate of a ialveston uncle The Mr Fee is making quite an extended price of dogs will now go upseveral points trip taking in the State Prohibition conin the neighborhood of Casey as Fox vention and a general conference of hunting will no doubt become iinmcnstly Christians held at Springfield Ohio durpopular ing his alisence A fellow ess arrested in town the othThe regular monthly Temperance meeter day for shooting off a pistol He was ing was held in the College Chapel It not shooting at anything in particular Was opened by some exercises prepare hut merely making a noise Two or three by the young jH ople and Prof Wright hundred men shot off their mouths in the gave a very practical address on the duty court house Sat unlay afternoon presum of pledge signing ably for the same parpoaa The Sunday School organization for the A western man who has sinnt much lade precinct held its regular conventime among the Indians was aneeeed tion at Wallace Chapel on Saturday last from an afternoon naji at the ilyndon The weather was fine the attendance was Saturday afternoon by the noise of the giHxl and the programme was varied and convention at the court house and ex- Â¬ well sustained The general verdict was citedly asked if Crazy Horse and Big a raeeesaful meeting Thunder with their warriors were coji ng into town RELIGIOUS A three-year-olÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fnmi Washington after spending a year at Mrs Cabells school Misses Mattie Brorston Lila Chenault Bessie Barbour and Millie Bredelli are attending the May Festival Rev J I Wilis has finished his couise of study at the Louisville Theologual Seminary and returned to his home in this place Mrs Wm Arnold and daughter Miss Bettie visited Miss Nannie Hunt of Lexington last week and attended the Methodist Centennial Mr L V Butler and sister Miss Biniie of Paris and Miss Fannie Dickerson of Charleston West Virginia visited M s Henry Batter last week Col John K Faulkner of Richmond was with his old Ijincaster friemls for a few days this and last week and rcoereed a very conlial greeting He is pipular here and everywhere he is known xjji- - CORRESPONDENCE ALCOBS JACKSON COCXTY James S Brisbin C S A commanding j look second At the quarter Robesp leire in Montana has in the New York Ledger was in toe ieai imtiooK second KHey of May 17 an interesting letter concern- Â¬ third When passing the grand stand ing the hallucination and giving full and RobespieiTe was still in the lead a head interesting details about it in front of Palisade who was lapiied by Bil--had a good stride and ap-Â¬ You ask me about the views of the Riley 1 reply that the Church is not peared to be running very easy At the Church afflicted with any She has her Cn cdand half mile post Robespierre was one and her clergy may have their views But a half lengthsahe nl of Riley with Palias a Church she leaves view to indi- Â¬ sade third By the time the three quarter viduals It is the fatal ability for holding was reached Riley had forged to the front views that causes wets Men have and Bill Letcher hal come up to second split off from the Church for the very place In the stretch Riley increased his sake of teaching their views and haveset lead anil won the race Roliespierre was up rival altars for the sake of gaining second just before entering the stretch proselytes to them The Church on the but Bill Letcher came with a rush at the contrary adheres to the simple Creed turn and got in the lead of Hawkins This is all she requires of any one to re crack He finished second Robespiere Palisade fifth ceive as her terms of fellowship She is thinl Outlook fourth thus inclusive and not exclusive and if Prince Fonso sixth The time was 24o you with views or without them lie which was good considering the muddy track excluded you exclude yourself W Loiirir in K ninety Imrrliniiii The finish in the nice should make Col F B Harper ptoad as the winner and Rev Ir Totnkins a distinguished Con gregationalist minister of London Eng- Beoaad horse are the get of the great land at invitation of the pastor preached Longfellow the pride of the Naniura Stud Robespierre is also the get of Jils at the Walnut Street Methodist Church last Sunday morning and night The ex- Johnson a son of Longfellow thus being a grandson of that noble sincellent discourses were thoughtfully listÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ica Cream Soda Blue Lick Saratoga Contributor What kind of jokes do you DBLXKUSBS LltilOR UABIT la all at DINELLIS 49S prefer the World there is bat Oie f sre Editor Leap year jokes ConDr Haiaex hldes Sseeif r tributorWhy Editor Because it takes The Democratic primary election hed them four years to get around again Ir your kidneys are inactive you will feel and look wretched even in the most cheerful society and melancholy on the cattle Times joluest occasions Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm will set you right That Was Ail again One Dollar per bottle 40 52 Why are you alwavs Mrs Cumso New Missionary Why does your chief making jokes about everything r From Lippin- - strut about so Is he filled with false Cumso JuU for fun for June pride it Young Cannibal Not at all not cotts Magazine at all He is filled with genuine mission- Â¬ J II Read a railroad engineer has ary brought suit for i 5000 damages against Rev J G Bow editor of the Bethel BapKid Gl tist and pastor of the Baptist church at make of Ladies and Misses Kid Raaselhrttie Mr Bow in an editorial said Gloves ever in ton Every pair guaran Read had murdered a man who was crush- teed Ckooke Bennett ii Lrmston ed to death by his train 40- in LouUviile and Jv fferson county to elect candidates for county offices was characterized by the most flagrant corruption It is charged that nun were bought like Â¬ Â¬ It can be given In a enp of tea or eoflbs p JsooUEiog without the knowledge It eBretlnc a upeody aad permanent cure whether the patient ia a moderate ilrtnfcer or niUMif o alcoholic wrech Tbu cured who Iimvp lakeii in their eofTee wwjwmssn d to day thlnE they qaitdrrnkaag of free will No liitrwaau easts Miltn from ltaadminkaratki teed Hand for nreulaj aad fall parthnBSBB Addrssa In cnafldVm e IT IS 186 Rave St Cincinnati hare rutin 11 r- Fresh bread always on hand 45- ZT RICECO Hkhest of wool 4- market price for 100000 lbs - Bro - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS 1 ened to b large congregations Dr Tom kins is pastor of one of the oldest and most prominent churches in bit denomination in Inulon a predecessor being Rev Augustus Toplady author of the hymn Bock of Ages Dr Tomkins it a graduate of the University of London an author of high standing in Great Britain and an honorary meinlierof the New York Historical Sniety In company with friends he is on an excursion to the United States and was enthusiastic in his admiration of Kentucky and the cordiality of the people Jwasdfc 4aVteez Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The New York Independent publishes returns from all but five of the Presbyteries of the Presbyterian Church showing that 133 have voted for revision 0 against revision and six have declined to vote Most of the Presbyteries not heard from are foreign The ladependent also publishes the vote in detail for each According to its footings 2332 minÂ¬ isters and elders have voted against revision and s4 ministers and elders have voted for revision Twenty seven of the Presbyteries cast a unanimous vote 12 against and li for revision The largest majority either for or against revision was given by the Presbytery of Huntingdon Pa the vote being two for revision and seventy one against Syracuse gave fifty two for revision and none against New York which cast the largest vote gave sixty four for revision and fifteen against showing a majority of forty nine which is exactly what the Presbytery of Brooklyn gave on the same side All of the Pennsylvania Presbyteries save Erie Lackawanna and Nottbaaabertand voted Moat of the Presbyteagainrt revision ries of New Vork voted for revision Many of the Southern Presbyteries Chiefly Oi negroes Voted Solidly against revision as did a so the Presbyteries of California Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOUSE NOTES Alexander of Woodburn Farm has sent Rtisia a full sister to Maud S to Terre Haute Ind to be bn d to A xtell Such a ci anbinatioa Might pro duce a record breaker Thirty foar horses were sold at the W la ig Horse Sale Cleveland May 12 for 13610 average price 400 There was a good attendance Col R E Edmonson of Ix xington was the principal auctioneer Bean Bros near Mt Sterling lost by d spinal meningitis the fine stallion Wilkes Medium by Happy Me dium L2 dam Dolly Spanker trial 22 by ieirge Wilkes 222 He was valued at 110000 and his liook was full at S100 The stake races for the Maysville Fair in August promise some fine sirt There are one hundred entries embracing all the celebrated families The purse races will be larger than usual and w ill attract the fastest trotters in the circuit The grounds will lie greatly improved and beautified and every effort put forth to make the coming fair the best ever had A very curious and fatal malady has been attacking the horses in Jefferson county Ir Durrett who has just lost four fine animals and baa three more down with the disease describes it as being very similar to the cerebro spinal meningitis or spotted fever that human liemgs have The first symptom is a sudden dull stu piditV then ravenous hunger and then thelarydx becomes paralysed and the an bnalcannot swallow Ltximftm Lemitr i Stotier ad Oakland Stock Col R Farm Paris sold to J C Iinneman af Lima Ohio a suckling colt two weeks old by Baron Wilkes dam Willie Wiiles by George Wilkes 2d dim Sallie South Price worth by Mambrino Patchen 3000 A remarkable factalmut the colts breeding is that the sire and dam wen bred exactly alike it lieing a very rare The colts second dam is a occurrence d to sister to Lady Stout first lie at 230 Paris Kentnikiau An account of the Kentucky Derby run at Louisville la t Wednesday Timers Norvin Green of New York John Funk and i Barn Judges CoL Ixvis Clark CoL Henry Wheeler of Chicago and ien James F Robinson of Lexington starter J B Ferguson For the first time in the history of the Kentucky Berby the race was run over a muddy track yet then- - wils a large crowd at Churchill Downs to see the greatest turf event of the Western courses The field was free and a large crowd plunged around in mud to seethe great of the West nice for championship Riley Longfeltowi son the property of Ed Corrigan of Kansas City won Bill Letcher the property of B B Million of Madison county Ky another great sou of Longfellow was second and Robes piera the crack of the early spring meet- Â¬ ings was thinl and the pick of the talent The track was heavy oa account of the down poar in the morning which ac Â¬ counts for the time in the race Tlie talent as BOOH as the liookies put up their lioards plunged on Roliespierre and he was favorite Riley and Bill Letch er were even in the betting at 4 to 1 Prince Fonso had some hacking at 5 and Palisade and Outlook had many admirers At 4 oekek the saddling bell was rung when the equine cracks of the West came on the track As they galloped by the grand stand many admiring eyes were tamed op the different candidates for Derby honors Riley with Murphy the colored Archer of America in the saddle was applauded as he galloped before the betting stand He seemed fit to run fora crown Robespierre also bad many eyes turned uKin him as Francis polled up a littb beneath the wire He looked every inch a race hoise Bill Irfitrher rise received close at leu tion as he glided by fighting for his heal Fonso did not seem in good condition Palisade and Outlook were in good con- Â¬ dition but the general opinion was that the distance was fix far for them The horses galloped around to the point Ti start 1 Mr A i 1 Â¬ I Â¬ three-year-olÂ¬ three-year-ol- J Huse Pk 11 a notorious negro was shot and killed by Carrie Alexander last Sat urday evening at BiiddJesborough The examining trial of the Alexander woman iook place here last Tuesday morning liefore Judge Pursifull She was held over under bind of SoM The killing was done with a musket loaded with buckshot It seems that last Saturday Bell entered the house of the Alexander woman in an intoxicated condition and at once proceeded to abuse her He knocked her dow n and attempted to use a knife on her but was called sat The woman then obtained a gun and followA heavy snow eight inches at several ing him to the door tilled his head with shot killing him almost instantly Pine points feil in Minnesota and North Daville Messenger kota last Wednesday Fiction for the People is the title of DEI an entertaining article by Arthur God Fank Conway died in Richmond Ky dard an author who is well known in on Thursday night may loth lsH aged England as a writer of popular fiction about 3S years The burial took place in Jeanctte L Gilder contributes an amu ing oy and ancharacter sketch entitled the Cathohc cemetery Lexington other clever woman Agnes Kepplier has Mrs Elialieth Qaiaa died at Shirley essay upon Reality in Fiction1 Illinois on Friday May 9th 18Buaged60 a piquant it Lippincotts Magazine for June years She was the wife of James W The State Teachers Association will iiiiin of this county and daughter of the late Yateman Hosier of Estill coun- conene at Frankfort June 12 ty a native of Madison county Deceased CoOL your thirst with ice cold Mineral removed West alxiut thirty years ago and Water at DINELLIS Every kind kept was a consistent member of the Christian on ice day and night 4 52 Church Bracken a tinner fell from the James The Louisville Post has the following roof of the Club house at the Lexington Major Th imas in speaking of the late race track Wcdnedav and was killed Senator Beck said He was worth Riciiaki Manshkld will contribute about tlSMMO The idea that he was to the number of Harpers Weekly to be a millionaire is entirely erroneous Mr published May 21st the story of the pre Beck made a great deal of lnouey I re sseasber oa one occasion he and I Invest paration for his production of Richard III The article will be accompanied with an ed 15000 each and our profits were 35 801 each But he always did a great deal illustration of the actor as seen in the last for his relatives They are not rich and act of the play during the combat with Mr Becks bank account was always Richmond The illustration is the vigor It open to their calls Major Thomas was ous work of Frederic Remington an intimate friend and great admirer of A tardy blast of dynamite near Nich the eminent Scotchman and the Senator olasville Tuesday on the R N I B never came to Louisville that the two killed a mule anJ badly wounded a nummen were not constantly together ber of Italians Â¬ 49-5Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Post Otrice IIvrrift Paascon Bromoaa has She Ye I will marry vou in April at Richmond Ky weekendin written a daintv sUech entitled The W ise if papa sas I may Will you ask him r Bland Bettie Mrs Jennie I did Pietro for the number of Harpers Bazar He She What did he say Moody Ko Black Allen The same Mav -- 3rd to be publbhed adU He said March and I Minor Ceaser number will contain Fused as by Fire a marched ttroaddus Elizabeth Mears E W Kvertson M s Brown Boston Memorial Day story by Helen nntsaVrti BlRN M HiME are agents for first Burton Mm it Smith class insurance companies Try them Carey William Rev Sam Small the evangelist has announced himself as a candidate for the Neighbor Why do you wih your Canda V L Georgia Legislature on the Prohibition husband to join a lodge or club Wife tie ticket In It wil make me happier ng ne something to com Oi R Ice Cream machinery is ran by a Franc of steam engine ami the cream is frozen very Franc hard families supplied in any quantity Harry lliil the famous dance house Graham Gabe Gentry S P1NELL at the lowest rates o New York once worth half a -teen forced to Irs Green Ca Nannie Mrs Eliza Wilson wile of L D Wil- Â¬ last house and is a pauper Hill Hson died at Mt Sterling lat week aged Hamilton John V WsAlfifsti She was a sister of Capt Wm 69 years Largest and cheape t line of Wall Pa- Hill John Mr B Tipton formerly Sheriff of Montgompers in town M Lanter ery county -- 1 1 Vlwal 40- - Crooke Bennett looooo pounds bv Jk Lrmston 1 i m Wool Wanted Money order and r prompt 7 a m to f J Covington Arnold V Bro Try soda Z T Rice Cows A Ice cream 4- will WAGON FOR SALE B CoviMiiN Arnold 100000 pounds of wool I have an Bro want seat one h 45sell 40 A good b 40- - Handken hi Eleyant line of ladies handkerch M LALOR Crooke I v 1 Irmston Turnpike Notice An elect 10 Ilrins 100000 pounds 45 Wool Market price o Armhii S Bi y Ii vou spit up phlegm and are troubled with a hacking Dr J H Mo- - Tar Wii aim 40 j Saturday June 7th Mckholdrr l iSo ofl at 10 d Caovpy all the common ati the throat and lungs quickly relieved bv J II McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm 40 j lr Executrix ITotics I Is you want he la K i 45- - urrey Parrish dei agi or Carriage call on Donclson for ly proven law by the first the and cheapest or they will be ba 1 ream oda water at accour once at F CI Z TRICE to buv aims 100000 Pounds We nant ioc 1- 5- mond Ky of Wool I Parri- - iNirov Arnold ft Ban BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison v GO TO PLOWING TJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Who is Angie W Wray Thequestion already being asked in literary circles make iron 50 cents a ton cheaper than by those who have been permitted to read any city in the south While she has ad some of her werk A poem by her en- Â¬ jacent in addition to the Waldens Ridge titled Three Sisters will be published Coking Coal a lsuly of Coking Coal 3400 in Harpers Magazine far June Thai reSOWare miles in extent unsurpassed in markable poem is the production of a girl it world She must In- - the distributing of eighteen the point for this remarkable coal for all the This House for Sail the placard read Tennessee Valley furnaces io there and And ere there was a bid invest in a lot at low figures before the A Kansas cyclone struck the place 4 i great sale June And sure enough it did spring City Tenn is the Iron Center the iarden City of the Smth She can is Â¬ The wet weather is over and the ground Testament will be drv enough to plow bv the middle low pr In the mean time drop in and propose of next week and buv your collars hames trace chains are not able to buy back band 42- it the drug store Richmond a lai g - GEORGE W PICKELS out the countv are tne poor of their supplied W L r Aftea Dont Good- - bomls CRlT fail to see our Bordered Apron l RMs Ca Stockholdc The ag netusfj It ii very important in this age of vast material progress tnat a remedy be pleasing to the taste and to the eve easilv taken acceptable to the stomach and Possesshealthy in its nature and effects ing these qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known Ashland has struck natural gas Sales of Pianos Made by Milward Co Through their Agent John T tajsjasa The Milward Company of Lexington Ky have recently sold the following parties in Richmond and vicinity the popular Bush Gerts piano Richmond Mrs Sam Pragheimer Mrs M H Pigg Mrs G A Tankersley Mrs E J Shackelford Mrs S E Field Mrs Tobe llackett Mrs J J Hackett Mrs UK Shaw Mrs Ford Station R S Elkin Mrs G A Ray Irvine Mrs P L Hume Mrs Judge Lilly Mrs R P Wagers Mrs David Prvse and Mrs A F Powell of Irvine have presented their daughters with fine Hazelton Bro pianos c For price terms Call on or address jno T Bowers Richmond Ky who is representing this well known firm or The Milwaid Company Lexington Kv Nine other instruments have been sold in Richmond and vicinity and six at Beattyville 40 50 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I iilf Bee Koujrln Squire William Willis has purchased of Mr S I White the latter t residence on High Stn et Price 54500 Tlie Squire is petting auwt and nearer the centre of town and skoal the time the office of County Ju he will strike the Court lb - Kirhmond Muvia Â¬ Kichmond Ky Iiai joined the Btaeaa simi and marching in the front of material progress Water wocka enlarge gus works Mseet railway gHxl streets and plenty of ready mono for any kind of desirable improvements mark her as the handmaiden of Lexington progress 1 Wentojbaraat The Hasiral Vaiee new musical journal was begun pul lication with Mr F Thornton of the Kiehaaoad Piano e litor It is a 20 eohnan jitikt ami printed at the Cum ax office The i initiation sets out with 500 It is a readable paper ami yon should see it Tin- - liiehinond Piano beaaaaa--- l of Mr Th niton Mayor Collins and Mr X Iieatiierage A 1 Th- - fjkaaiBBBBj Uratar At the oratorical content among aaai at x nior and Junior elassses tpil Iniversky Friibiy night to eraity atori al conte- u Mr Walter rtaiuite yonng man and tii l he Chautauqua Uare Scalutcre f the bar t -- - statu- - its fine Mr wi irl SOB Of aad Mr Mr W mental B V Turner It wa John bo at Madison Monu iu Srm that -- Â¬ tlie largest state iaft in the A veteran of Stonewall Jncksons faSeven hundred jiersons attended Fork mous Rockbridge Artillery that shook the Old Daaaauoa like an earthquake on church in Garrard county last Sunday many a gory field was in the court house It was bonnet show day Co operation meeting of the Christian Satunlay afternoon at the convention and said he had not heanl anything since churches of Madison and Estill counties dIn this connection we should say that the war that so reminded him of lis at Inion City Friday and Saturday bishop Hurst has gone on a four months in commenting on the case reported last tremendous old battery tour of Europe in behalf of the proposed week we said that the complainant Mrs T S MolK rley Mrs A WSmih This sen Mrs J P Herndon Mi s Katie Phelps Methodist Cniversity at Washington thought the fine too severe A crazy man entered the Catholic tence might lie construed into meaning Miss Rella Harbor Miss Mattie McDow that the complainant did not think the ell and Miss Mary Forman have bten church at Bristol Penn during services act of the defeinlant warranted so heavy appointed maids of honor to attend the and attempted to nail himself to the a fine while he in reality was taking into royal procession of Rex II King of Ihe en at consideration the defendants ability to Carnival upon its triumphal entry into The General Conference of the ML F pay such a fine His Excellencys Capital City of Hie church South in session at St Imis has Western IVpcndency Ogden Utah July raised the salaries of Bishojis from 3000 PERSONAL 5tb This new king loin is established toSi00 by Rex I whose capital is New Orleans High Bridge Camp Meeting will com Miss Mollie Muir of Cynthiana is visitmence August 17th and run to the 21th ing Miss Mollie Fife Sam Jones will be there every day ABOUT P AILR0ADS NirhoUuriU Journal Mr J Miller Ward of Paris visited President Harris of the IouisvilleS nit h fricntis here this week Preaching at the Methodist Church Mr L s shnijishire of Lexington was ern savs that the road has not been sold next Sunday by Dr M orris Evans By to the liast Tennessee Virginia and Otor request the topic of in Rkrbmoud this week is the Bible Teaching on the subject of Mr Harry Wood of Maysvillc was in gia Tlie K I has completed its bridge Hell Richmond last week on burj The Genera Assembly of the Presby Messrs Jim Ixx- and Have Rowland of across Walkers Creek near St Helena and is laying track at the rate of U miles terian church South is in session at Danville were in the city Thursday Asheville North Carolina The reiiort Judge L H Jones of Winchester spent per day of the committee On the Observance of The charter of the Louisville Mt Sterlseveral days in Kichmond last week ing A Norfolk Railroad pmvides that the Sabbath expressed regret that the - Jessie Hemphill of Xicbolasville Montgomery county can sabocritM an committee had nothing of an encour i Woods is visiting her sister Mrs A amount not exceeding 150000 Menifee aging nature to n port Mrs Nannie Cucss is with her friends The Cumberland Presbyterians tire in 50000 Morgan 120000 and Magoffin again after a few weeks stay in I cxington session at Union City Tennessee That 80000 to the raad Miss Margaret Groves of Jefferson ville part of the rertof the Board of Missions Judge Chenault Hon A T Chenault on the American Indians was received Indiana is with her aunt Mrs Morris attorneys J A Sullivan and II F Tur ler with manifestations of great interest The Evans Dr G W Braaa and Messrs Harvey synopsis of the report shows that this Mr and MrsOrie Ia bus of Cynthiana A Woods last Chenault and J K Worrell have return- Â¬ work began sixty years ago There are C visited Mr and Mrs ed from Jackson county whither they to day 20000 Indians who know scarcely week went in the interest of the Big Hill and They beanything aliout Christianity visited her sister Miss Sudie Hussll The prop Manchester railroad long to us and the Christians of America Mrs J T Wilk rson in Lexington last was voted down No are resiionsible for their salvation A portion of the bridge at Marble people iu the world bear a closer relation Fayette couB fell about i to them tlian the Cumberland Presbyte-Creek OB the R N I nter Mrs Dudley The delay will rians oclock Sunday evening not lie more than two months and prob Not all new things comefroin the effete Martin Runvon and wife of Bar- - ably not longer than a few days The East The Baunack and Crow Indians boanffio are visiting at Mr William cause and the extent of damage have not and other trilies in the northern Rockies Bruees been ascertained The loss is that of the are laboring with an extraordinary delu- Mr and Mrs a V Rowland of Dan bridge contractors Later Two bund sion that Christ has come to earth and is aignur re o cars left on the track a mile abo dle are v now in the Big Horn Mountains some Bdown with great violence upon the un- where lietween Fort Custer and Fort Washakie Wyoming Territory General Mibs Annie D Chenault is at home finished bridge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mamma Mrs Blank is a Spanish lady Little Daughter No mamma Mr Blank is Spanish but Mrs Blank is Prottant month we visited Washington through the pages of Demorests Family Magazine and enjoyed the very interesting views of the exterior of the White House and its surroundings This month in the June number of this popular Magazine which has just arrived we enter the Executive Mansion and are treated to a ramble through iu corridors its executive and private apartments We thus participate in the special favor shown to Demorestg Magazine as we are introduced to many features not usually seen by the general public The White House has never before been so fully and beautifully illustrated it Â¬ Â¬ Last cur in the sprains FlTB CENTS will Luy a glass of Blue anil bruises for uc in such ca es Dr J Lick or Saratoga ice cold or a glas of Ice II McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has for many rears been the constant favorite Cream Soda at Dinkliis 49 52 family remedy Miss Mary P Bartlett a blind lady of II ii Versailles was burned to death Wednes Â¬ day while her attendant was momentarily Cotton Lisle thread a absent Ladies and Crooke Bennett Lbmsi It Cured blights Disease Speedwell Ky May 4 1SS9 This AdTtrrtoMothera Mrs w inHalways is to certify that 1 had Brights Disease or be used vii i th It re very much like it and was in lieves the little sul something quiet l n uJi ii l Sana wasssaaadshl This was in the ear verv feeble health to taste It ipain of 1S67 1 used one dozen bottles of ima trom teething or Kidney Tonic and I am now in Smiths other cuuKi j cent a Lottie better health tnan I have been for years M HENDR1 JAMES Sold by W G White Prescription you use Dr J H McLeans Strei Druggist Richmond Ky 49 eew ing Eye Salve it removes the film and The story a man tells his wife to explain scum which accumulates on the eye balls why he cant walk up stairs is a romance subdues Inflammation cools and soothes in reel life the irritated nerves strengthens weak and Mrs Dr Coombs of Horse Cave failing sight 25 cents a box 402 Ky sa s My chickens had gapes cholImperfect digestion and assimilation era and were thriftless before I began produce disordered conditions of tl using Ganters magic chicken cholera cure tern which grow and are confirmed by since then they hae no gapes or cholera neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthened Their plumage is fine and they produce Cordial and Blood Purifier bv its tonic Sold by StocKton an abundance of eggs properties cures indigestion and gives tone Brroks Richmond Ky it to the stomach per bottle 40 52 Nicholasvillc is to have a 10000 Opera Womkns Misses and Childrens Slip- Â¬ House pers at Kentucky Central Ry and C N VOBIFS Si HOOLFIELD fk Cos 4S- T P Ry private compartment buffet Late Iartaius sleeping cars and elegant reclining chair Our Lace Curtain stock is complete on night trains Luxurious parlor cars and cafe cars on day trains Ah through 4- 0- Cnoosta Baaaart ic CaatsroN trains are steam heated vestibuled and Collars and Chains lighted by gas Ask for tickets via the It Big Four Route I have an excellent lot of collars collar The gentleman who owns a dog would pads hames chains back bands and other probably feel hurt if I told him be was a things for plowing bark keeper GEORGE W PICKELS 42- Mi-40- -Â¬ 1 4 and 31 At 10 L II V V G v Mh lifO PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor KY LEX1NCTON Wew Building and Furniture L Liim Centrally Locniril GOOD BAR ATTACHED RATES at-- 2 and 250 per Day ELECTION NOTICE The regular City election wil Counci of the four wards an sons are appointed of 1 rdayJu Harris Thomas Bush First Ward J S E B Second Ward Smith Jr sheriff Wm Green Henry nith clerk Joe John Baughman W P Baxter t Ike T Burnam clerk White Robert McCollum judges W T Ed By bee Third Ward judges tii Ward riff oe E M H O Horton r hood Luck Charles H Johnson a driver for William Richardson of 102 Sudbury Street in the last drawing ot The Louisiana State Lottery was the happy holder of one twentieth of ticket 8132 which drew the First Capital Prize of 300000 and re ceived as his share the neat little fortune of 15000 Mr Johnson is a quiet young fellow who intends to put his easily acLake What did I tell you The quired money to a good use Boston bustle has gone and now the corset has Mass Herald March it 27 got to go Squeers You mistake The New York Girl Have you rapid stayti corset Philadelphia transit in Philadelphia In case of Fever and Ague the blood Girl Horrors No is as efletually though not so dangerously For sick headache female troubles poisoned by the effluvium of the atmosphere as it could be by the deadliest poison neuralgic pains in the head take Dr J 11 Dr J H McLeans Chills and Fever Cure McLeans Little Liver Kidney Pellets 25 cents a vial will eradicate this poison from the system Fifty Cents a bottle 40 52 At the poles the evenings are six months Evans queensware men long Chess players can finish a game Ckfky before sunrise Lo d sville have failed for 25000 Trunks Valises and Umbrellas at Y your Clothing from 48- Voriks SchoolfieldA Cos VORIES SCHOOLFIELD Co Fine night said Smitheis glancing at Glenmore Combs aged 75 years father No replied the Boston of Dr Combs of Clark county died last the heavens girl you mean infinite week Â¬ Â¬ A MKALTIKL L line of Flannel Shirts all prices 4S- VORIES ScllOOLFIELD Si Co it When 3011 are constipated with loss of appetite headache take one of Dr J H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pellets They are pleasant to take and will cure you 25 cents a vial Clerks will get Poll Books fro Clerk the night before the All officers are earnestly requested to act and be at voting places at 7 oclock H C RICE promptlv Police Judge Rich nod Kv 49 51 FOR SALE to SWISS COTTAGE 10 foot alley On 5 45 rooms lot QCEEN ANNE COTTAGE 5 rooms and Buggies of the newest HaUie Irvine 10 foot alley and most popular patterns and at very lot 32x150 to Str and Orange reasonable tigir TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant A nobby line of Straw Hats at lots all well finished 4S- VORIES SCHOOLFISLD kJes SarrtCS e- Donelson has a quantity of new Sul 40x0 ew COs seperate or as a whole on Fifth Street of the urinary organs and are always THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS gratified at the wonderful effects of Dr J on Walnut Street Powells addition H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm in 50x160 feet each banishing their troubles One Dollar per isiy For prices on anv of the above a W WIGGI inquire of bottle 40 s Old people suffer much from disorders 40x150 feet Three Eleoant BUILDING LOTS Out Rates on Saw Files INCH FLAT MILL FILE INCH TAPER FILE 6 INCH FLAT FILE 5 INCH TAPER FILE NCH TAPER FILE leged by the manufacturer turn any not proving entirely ea S 8 WOOL We want 100000 pounds of wool for which we will pay the highest market Covington Arnold Bro price 45- - Cashmere Ombre We have the novelty of the season in cashmere ombres 40- Scents ocent 1 - Crooke Bennett Man wants Urmston cents cents cents but little here below and Saree what yo gib de baby a button to that is all he gets He seldom has too Doan yo know he lible to many things except too many debts play wid for s waller it and kill herself Yes but I Look at our Men Women and Chil- Â¬ done tied a string onto it drens Shoes VORIES SCHOOLFIELD 48- Ice cream furnished in quantities for Co families and parties at greatly reduced Miss Giddy I have bought such a loveZ T RICE rates 4y- CO ly table to hold my paper on when I write Ben Duvail died in Frankfort Sun- - What do you write on mostly Mr Spacer Spacer An empty stomach Â¬ of th tore- - guarantee to our customer and RACKET STORE ONLY First Door Above Farmers Bank Richmond Ky 4-S- COOLING MILK BECAUSE Ltfe imw richer And the soul - sufer f OF PAIN tears lied years and rod 1 bcTqooI uiiess vou promise to flog I r of Amaadi Wkr let Co Nut B ObUiwd Tbo chomist of tho Victorian Got- itncnt p ivce some interesting infor mation akout cooling milk by the use ammonia In butter making if uniformly big h tialily butter is desired as soon as iblo after milk comes from tho the cream should be separated by Ibc ratrifosml separator Then Im- Ciediatolv ai preparatory to churning tbo cream if net already cool should cooled down to a temperature not iinjr Vi d hrenhelt The i ing is to harden the Braln globules so that during the churn I bey may fall together in firm crams The butt r thus obtains a tfclag him when time tiling- - About ttie twion Tneaal No latreard In action run tnud at the rob n without i nivail of soul Before the wc ild was redeemed from Christ as crucified on tin fog him My Lady I said I adding inwardly if 1 can that education in time will improve his manneis unless ho has suddenly lost I will Billy Lumps Bay horse isK hands high foaled 1886 bred by Sterling Thornton Washington county Kv Sired by Lumps 392 sire scsiL M Best A VOICE FROM TIIEGRAVE ghosts said the doe tor just solve this mys tery for me I retired early one night If you 1 dont believe in Â¬ lt r granular loroughlv structure rendering it kansablo from the - BMfB k Â¬ buttor-B-iil- ency fcuiuby it- keeping qualities and alatablenes are improved For cooling quires a waxy consistap 1 t no milk When I and was soon sound asleep awoke 1 felt a strange chil puss over with a strange sue The room light and at tin foot of the bed stcod a pale fair woman I an Margaret Johns Margaret she murmured Go to him Go Lapps Couit No 4 Go Go lances ore in use Where he iterations are on a fairly large seal ice machine will bo und most sultablo and economical achines capable- af producin undrc d peun lily at an esti- t cost of sx i lnllings per diem are ow being pBBBBd on the Melbourne - could easily be Sue tiariret latere farms and would prjb Then she was gone and the light eeemed to go with her As I felt my way to the iarrm 1 rememheivd that it had not been like lamp iight and there was no moon that night Xo man who is iit to be a doctor will refuse to attend an argent sumAll resolu- Â¬ mons while he can walk tions to the contrary are- forgotten or district whe Hm Bail BM I I dressed myself hastily and would lilk and dairy factories The cart I the mil tories have hurried out of the door but to tould take back with them their dally my surprise I found it fast bolted There was no other door to the room Nb able and there but that which led into one Ix ionging Lcient -- npply f cold water U the other occupants of t lie house I Kor coo in- perhaps no sim- - This also was bolted on the inside Ier and cheaper BMBM can be adopted searched the place a very MB for it had no hiding place but a pantry ban freezing iii Sf ammoniac nitrate atid chloride be and a chimney and decided that Bay 1 by rentlc stirring in visitor was the phantom of a drenin N1T and two rvr proportions Still now that I was dressed 1 re Â¬ nhirds pounds emmoniac nitrate three solved that I would see it out and tend one third pounds ammoniac chlo- - locking my door behind me I went out ne gallon o water into the si the temperature of the mixture will The outer door was well fastened quickly fall N degrees Fahnnheit and the ke was on the nail where my if the temperature of the water landlady always hung it- - The mys Â¬ Thus ras originally decrees Fahrenheit it tery i ould after solution of the salts fall to I went out into the street and hur- Â¬ JM degrees Fahrenheit or 8 degrees bo ried toward Lappa Court A court is low freezing point If a long narrow ion be stirred an institution peculiar to Philadelphia tin containing Â¬ fkbout in a cream can it will in a few BB alley like phase never a thorough fare but blocked across the end by a Bninutes reduce the cream to the resimilar to those which face each quired temperature The coolr Jliaving been once dissolved may be re other on either side often so nearly that their inhabitants could shake tubtained for furth r ne ly BBBposattag the solution to dryness The evapora- hands from their windows WON they d to be so friendly The front tion may he in MB shallow pans with And I wind may iKii into the lower room nterod Lappa Court I saw that tijent- - as fticient was a light in No 4 while all ly done in old ktfOHM tins cut in half lengthwise If a Are bo used for evapo the rest were in attar darknsse lie a gc ntle fire and i it should 1 adnneed to the door put my the solution should not do more than hand on the lock and found that it tssuring her that Whats that to immer otherwise there may be loss ithout resistance into B iou was the English of Quid ad ta lrom splashing mall living room A stove in which xrtinent a fire burnt dimly Hand Criln Keller in which hairs and a large The accompanying illustration of a two children lay asleep crib all 1 saw BITING ITS OWN LECS were band gaiden roller is from a sketch sent at lirst Then the faint light of a by a subscrilxr who aaya ha finds fre bputtering candle revealed to me the Thr Mail Antic or a Horse That Hn4 cjuent use for it in the garden of a man lying on his face uon tltIIj tlrnpliolria botno seeds arc simply scattered 1 rushed toward him and Hill Kinp of lairburn has a horso tbo bed and then with the the floor lias Inoropiiobia from allappear roller pressed into the ground They saw that he had clutched in his hand a To stoo BBieaa aayataa Atlanta institution germinate better than when covered bottle labeled loison wih the rake The roller is used for him to fnd that he still lived and to The boras at intervals lias spasms or lake bbj wa to the apothecarys the paroxysms It attea its own leg and light in whose windows had attracted iaet ami breast It is terrible to be Â¬ my notice as 1 passed it occupied but hold how it fasten- - its in its own The apothecary hima few moments DOBB anil tears the skin and ie h from self a kindly old man promised to it BOBWa Kinp says the horse bit follow aee ai d did -- o him on the arm but ho did Together we restored the man to not think anything- about it until his horse berame unmanageable and h9 eeisclouBBoaa and Buffering and finally Then he Uild us a piti- - tied around his neck a rope and tied U hi- HAND GAKRKX HOMER His wife was dead He had the rope to a tree in his lot The horse compacting tho ground above other two childrt n who were but ftahina would catch his leg in his mouth and nd pull it untii he threv himself eeds and between rows of vegetables Life was worthless to him without the If tho earth is ridded up against the woman he loved and he had lost his on the ground then he would turn and wallow on the ground for some time vegetables the roller can bo ran over situation in a store then he would get quiet gently pet up the ridge on each side A piece of log I could not collect my thoughts twenty inches long is dressed down un and stand still awhile In a few min I made a mistake and lost tea h- would commence his antics til ten inches in diameter Iron pin he proprietor and time are driven in Ike center of each end People are kind hearUd they would gala iind lite the tree near him the piift working in the iron i Aa for me Im done then the rope and then he would bite which unite to form a prong driven into or used u i wiped ouL I dont cat e hi- - breast sod poll the flesh off in id of the handle This roller can strips then be would catch his lops for me or life or life bom ronpeces Then he looked about him iu a and pall ami bite the skin oT in strips American Agrienltur then be would PBtoh his lep in hi jnrioua way moith and pull and jerk until he would SANDY SOIL How did you come to find me he fil to the ground Kvery one was I did not think any one would said A Farmrr Who Think It the Rest or All afraid to go Bear him Some bob onie until this morning thou il well mana- bleeding but no ope was foind llenr nurse 1 left the door unlocked Our who would Stewart in the Country icntleman i undertake thn job ly- or would come in to see the the best of all Mb rtaoders suggested tha th horse he Me rain and holds it firmly its porositv children when they cried nd put him out of mi such suffer- hacpatt dry in wet weather and moisi good worn an lag and pain The last BSOB of Mr your neighbor called in dry weather it enables vin he was hunting for some ono to air to I said me in and out of it recly at shoot his horse -- he Good old soul said he change of tcm-i-iand condition o HOW TO BUY A HORSE meant well but I wish she had not tniisture and also exerts that active oxidizing effect upon organic matter as done it manure or eon is well This was a young woman with ltin NVcilnt Know Anything lil t PreÂ¬ known to bo a property of all tend to lie Well Io teil Why there hangs blue eyea said I fcubstaneos and th A friend of mine who is a green Â¬ the cloak she wore and I pointed to a once available an a anurc iraj one on a hook near the door horn in the BMstter of horseflesh aras eomposingit t aiaigarel she said she was Johns anxious to purchase a horse but was v nine II eawilj tauch afraid of being taken in ays Mare tilled may le work vance the Pail Mall Gazette He tried to The man lifted himself on of clay land and in v persuade an acquaintance experienced afu r a rain when the working is the bow in such matters to accompany him to My wife was named Margaret most effective I am John he said What do you aspect an animal on sale at a horse I yields the best quality of wheat dealers establishment Theres no mean thin clear skinned an heavy in the said the latter for me to I told him my story the old apoth- Â¬ occasion grain the very heal ay t bar All you have to do ecary listening the while ley the bear And when accompany you very finest When you get to potatoes and roots and lwing warmed I bad finished the man hid his face in is to seem knowing the place put year hands in your pock- Â¬ up quickly by the suns ich II his hands and a I am contort to live he said absorbs greedily it finest It ets and your stick under your arm corn clover and I my wife who sent you to me That and in an off handed manner say It is was Groom run him down Now then healthful to live stock and to he owner rhal he constantly said tome It is BBBtSBOBB kindly in disr You must live for the childrens sake1 pull him up and let him walk then in 1 knowing but doubtful tone tractable and when Uherally treated I believed that when we died w Opel It returns favors promptly and abundWhat did you say his age and were nothing She hrilhuoi in iiis mouth antly Like the gi Ue of hu heaven and promised to return and aasf I think hes a little long in the tooth Seven years did you say he manity it is thrice blessed it fall prove thai she was right Sonni tw vas I should call him ten or eleven lilm that gives and him that tal s but how iod only knows- - si also like everything kindly and good it me andl am content to live and d jpean old Oh hes a very cobby lit- pines for kindness and generosity in re- part lor we shall meet i chap but I think youre asking out turn It is thankful rf the way My friend found the favors lay You saw my Margarets spirit and gives quid jwo qi for the least it above an excellent formula That is what bethought of it Km I would rather work a sandv ald the doctor I only tell the story A lSatli Tub IOOO Yearn Old loam farm than any other kind and if Tli- care with which the excavations the right kind of sand is there the loam explain it on any other theory if you will soon Ik- made af it by plowing in can have been carried on in and around John is alive now and getting on he ruins in reeoe Is strangely green crops and by the lizers very well His little girls are grown lime included as well as manure by the fact that in the bath- Â¬ up and his home is comfortable and room in its place where it had ac Â¬ PENALTY OF POLITENESS happy but he is very von tant to Mar- Â¬ tually been el was found a portion garets memory Omm Tlaae When Good Manners Were Not of an earthenware tub made of thick I look forward with joy to death Their On n Reward terra cotta and here let Dr Dorpfeld Ex Governor and Representative Mc he often says for I shall twet her on Schliemaaaa co worker speak of its Creary of Kentucky is noted for his po the other side and be happy once discovery Its form agreed pretty litenoss says the New York Tribune again nearly with that of our bathing tubs On one occasion he was the guest of a It was furnished with a thick upper friend in the country When he sat rim and with strong handles on the AN INNOCENT LNSULT down to supper y of the house sides and it was painted within with asked him whether he wished coffoe or spiral ornament I flogged a loy for impudence In fact it was one tea The Governor replied of the once said the Kn bathing tubs Coffee if you please madam often mentioned by Homer and then had to beg his pardon And yet His fondness for hot coffee is known Dm- of my scholars was big brawny if the argument be good and that Ti to his friends who can well imagine his ryns feelings when the hostess informed him chap n imod Orson who afterward be-Â¬ tionedwas destroved at tho date men- Â¬ this bathing tub must have came a groat lawyer He was the xk had neglected to warm the cause of the troub lain there for some 3000 ye coatee for supper and that it was cold You see Lady Iapillian and OBM carefully- - does the earth preserve rec Â¬ Even this information o the cooks neg- ords of the past for the pasient worker the d not affect the Governors polite- - ari tocratic friends visited room one day and the boys all looked who carefully knows how to set about aeea and with a smile he replW discovering them How fortunate madam Do you delighted as she tripped here and there Only Orson would know madam that I am so eccentric as among the desks How the Kuuum Koh the liiiiene to prefer cold coffee and do not care for not look up from his Latin book which Admiral Shufeldt tells how he Rus- Â¬ rather piqued Her Ladyship who it in any other way Your cooks neglect finally went over to him and suid some- Â¬ sians are filching territory from the is good news to bm Chinese on the boundary between The relief of the housekeeper can be thing in a low vo What it was I did not hear but his Siberia and China The means of com- Â¬ taaderstood as she handed Governor Mc Creary the coffee which he sipped with answer was plain enough In his big munication are so poor in China and roicc already changed and settled to the avenues of news are so few that it feigned pleasure is impossible for the Chinese to ke p The weather tdo next day was cold its manly tones he answered ngs on in their pror end bracing It was just such a day as Whats that to you My Lady The Ri nd a regiment to make the heart of a coffee drinker Ladylapillian stared at him drew of Gobi ith their famiKcs about f to her full long for his favorite drink height and v Governor ten or fifteen miles into China The rgotten the incident of to my it regiment will settle down take up the en ho sat down to i You heard thl sae said land and cultivate it They take up Weekfaet I asked thai coy a civi jura- Â¬ it had escaped his the boundary st mes as they settle memory it had not that of hi tion I have the coffee down and pit theid at the edge of cld for you 1his morning is and the next year gne ga to rue you My their Whats thai to You see I r another regiment comes along takes Bkher that you said you I have never been so spoken up the land below and moves the eeer liked it in any other w ire boundary stones further on toward smile on Governor McCreorys I am amazed I humbly I face was hardly as angelic as it was the Those encroachments have Pekin ir who must been going on for years night before 1 ut he drank the cold cof- - have gone and the iiad I rson conic h without a murmur Chinese cannot understand the per- Â¬ It was with dif He came ficulty howevr that the other guests petual shrinkage of their northern You restrained their laughter over the un pardon 1must beg Lady PapiUiaaa frontior said fcrtanate predicament in which the He answered I would ii I had OeternoT had nlaced himself l v m A woman beat with the weight of 7C - cause but Ive non iii ii years appeared at the Lewiston Me What did yon say J I asked postofflee sfew days ago and asked foi TBj Him soldier lie Oh I said WhAt- to B lottery ticket She seenied greatly IBBBHyou My Lady d Orson uiiia iHi aiaiiui ni lib till - surprised that they were not on sale She asked me what was my theme with the stamps and said in an increduWhat did the Colonel do here was no mistake 9m real disappointed lous wsy up and locked our bedroom door j r said Lady Papillian to me pome a good ways te get one odcainc back to bed The Juryj Jjaat OovjmuBt bcepelied lum fee Â¬ --- mtosj tvr Â¬ -- 1 said It really seems like that Lady Papillian Then she beckoned aoj of Annie Dickerson paces to the two horrors trieken young ladies Snooks Bessie 229 Lunette 225 Â¬ who accompanied her and they depart230 ed Orson sat at bis desk grimly I BILLY LUMPS will make the present I called him to me Orson season at my stables six miles from RichLady Papillian insists that you mond and 2 1 miles from Silver Creek said shall either be flogged or dismissed You value an educa- Â¬ At 15 to Insure a Hare in Foal from the school Not responsible for accidents tion too highly to relinquish it lightly PEDIGREE 1 dam Ladv Videsse by but my lady has great influence Vidctte son of Vindex son of Bloods 1 must flog you A man should never speak rudely to a woman and a Black Hawk dam full sister to Richelieu by Mambrino Chief 2 dam Betty B by boy should be reapeetfnl to his eldors sire Jr Was Lady PapiUiaaa quostion offen- Â¬ Norman May son of Norman dam of Lulu Queen 220 3 Queen 215 and sive or did vou think she intended it by Oliver son of the great four miler so VA agner Medock a thorough 4 dam by Indeed h no replied Orson bred no It was a fair question and I gave GEORGE W LKES the sire of Lumps her the right nnswer as I would any is the sire o sixv live in the 230 litt and one The woman has just made a fool utands to day in the estimation of all well of herself Youll be sorry if you flog posted breeders the peer of any staliion ever foaled in America as a producer of mc master If you turn on me I certainly trotters and h s sons and daughters are You aro eagerly tonga after by almost every breedshall Orson I answered twice my size but then you would be ing establishment in the United States VIDE r IE ii horse of remarkably fine expelled on master vouro a decent size stle and action has been on exhibiGo tion thirty five limes up to a 3 year old in man and just do your duty said closely contested rings and losing only one I suppose you in st Hog me Orson honor YidetU won the Brst and highest He took off his jacket and I did my honor in the fall of 187 at St Louis in a best to make the operation something rinjj ol thirty three entries beating sixteen besides a buna I Hogged the lad not ot Kentuckys best horses Yidette was sired by Vinden the sire of more fine trotHe submitted without compunction in the mo t respectful manner re Â¬ ters roadsters nd coach horses than any Vindex was by sumed his jacket and repressed the other horse in Kentucky anger thai he felt for a flogging must Iloods 1lack Hawk he by Old Black Hawk Vindexs dam was by Mambrino enrage an decent boy Chief 2d dam by Downings bay Messen- Â¬ Id not take it under any other ger 4S 3 JOHN C MILLER ho said and its not circumstances what my father would like to see me But I want an education do now and Im not able to pay for it And its that fool of a woman that caused Now Ill tell you what she asked it me Go on I snid It must be a curious question to give you cause to insult a lady -- TO Til tell you master said Orson THE Weil say good lad what She said Well then I an Â¬ is your theme swered Whats that to you My WEST UfD NORTHWEST Look at it yourself Lady BBBster Quid ad te pertl Hares the Latin Isnt that Whats that to nent a good translation to give a you woman who just wants plain English nt of curiosity Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago I apologized to Orson on the spot and SI Louis Railway ind w rote to my Lady Papillian giv- Â¬ ing her the explanation which I ex-Â¬ plained came after the Hogging and will sel- lÂ¬ Mm EVER KENTUCKY AHEAD HERE WITH CLOTHING Shortest ami tral Kent Ea t CEITttTr BLUE GRASS Roij Ci uc k i GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and DEPARTMENT IS FILLED Yes were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all lt Route W -- TAST UK Lexington Srfcedai Cincirm at ii YOL1 BOTH WITH BRIGHT NEW EDDDS A rr - 1 I Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods Do yourself the nt towfr prices this Snrint than vou can possibly find elsewhere justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and Arr Arr Arr S I lve U H n Latest Styles Wo list as Welcome as NORTH BolWL COME Gentle and SEE US RK IIE1E11R Stf WflETHEfi YOD COME TO LOOK IE Bill Arr inr Air Para Lre Pari Arr Hton L e I Oifi- - 2ND GRAND COVINGTON Home Seekers SilO V Main MITCHELL Street Xear Hotel Glvndon le Lt r i pi MAYSVILLE B Arr Iinriiiii pK iRlCrU ORTH iiLM br imr EXCURSION i Our Spring Styles Are How Heady Ive Ctnrini 1 Arr Mi Iil SiitTU BOrM The Big Four Route Your Careful Inspection Is Heiuested A IT I r ilKillllHtl N N Km -- To all prominent points in the West and Northwest South Southwest and Southeast Lexi betwi AT HALF RATES ON GROOKE BENNETT 5 URMSTON rive ter foi IH1 i rt ueeii Til tO HI llt TUESDAY MAY 20th All tickets from date of all principal which tickets good returning thirty days sale Stopovers allowed a points in the territory to are sold is Â¬ DRY GOODS AND aitnt- of Hi W Ml Truv I Kor full p tuy Y K II V r n an BV I s F HEHLM1 General th B A UK UHi A Â¬ ay lifethe opportunity of be territory named and we would invite correspondence on the subject For full information call on or address any agent C C C ft St L Ry or n m 4S 40 Genl Pass Agt Cincinnati BaThis time to visit in martin MERCHANT TAILORING PowersHagan ameewmum sjhth Street PETITION FO R FEME SOLE STATE of KICNTCCKY Madison Common Fleas Colrt Clerics Offick May 13 1890 V Corner Mala and Firs 1 RICHMOND KY A ure I -- 1 James B Francis and ON PETITION Fannie Francis This day came the petitioners James B Francis and Fannie Franci- - his whe and tiled their petition in the Clerks office ol the Madisor Common Pleas Court the object of which is to obtain a judgment of said Court empowering the petitioner Fannie Franci- - arise of lier co petitioner James B Fiancis to use enjoy sell and convey for her own ue and benefit any property she now owns or may hereafter acquire free from the claim or debts of tier hu banc and to make contract- - to sue and be -- ued as a single woman and to iiuuc in ucr uw name ana 10 uispose 01 her property by deed or last will and tes- Â¬ tament just as she could do as if she was an unmarried woman Okdkrid That notice of the filing of the petitior and the objects thereol he published in one of the newspapers pub lished in Richmond Kv for at least ten days before the next June term of this Court V II Au MILLER Clerk A Copy Alt W II Miller Clerk John Bennett attorney for petitioners 11 VERY EXTENSIVE 8TOCK OF Great Boom Announcement THE FINEST LINE DRUG AND- - Hardware STOYES Tinware and Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE TJJICE BY OUT WALLACE -- B0GGS IX CHEMICALS PRESCRIPTIONS Compounded it nil boon experienced PBARMAl out of the linest lru tl ets a fiord i DEALERS BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS -- AM SCHOOL BOOKS V Speeialv THE FINKST LIMEOl - 1 -- i FURNISHING GOODS -- City Lots lb Sale I have a few lots on Fifth Street ready for iale These lots are located on high uiul gently rll Injr groutil and are consider J by ev l W C FITZP ATRICK CO RANGE is Willi FOR THE- Stationery F -- SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our Spring It and Hummer Stock Weentered the market to signalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an eveut in the history of all openings We Lave succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now coming in and re being placed on the shelves We can now show you the largest selection of 39 IN THE ITY Come and BB -- Â¬ erybody as being t lie best located of iny in the city for residences Persons who wish to build nice houses will do well to eXMinine ihese lots I will only place a few on the market at piesent I have a plot ol the ground at Dr Po iitzV oflice 40- HILLHUFF 4 BUSH PERFECT POWERS UGH XPLGWS PLOWS We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe Buy it try it and you cant deny it We is the best plow made also handle the DINING ROOM AM - T S BRONSTON- - - i Mu-B-BB- Sd For Sale or Hent 11 - In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We would call special attention and recommend them to the trade Our line of LADIES 3 SHOES In all styles made especially for us by I desire l sell or rent privately the large two story Zeigler Bros Philadelphia Alo recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a 2 50 LADIES SHOE we have added to this line which Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOLINE for style and f2 and durability has no equal We nave the largest stock of Our Dininp room is now open TONGUE AND TONGUELESS CLLTIVATORS inil r n 3 ure uemg serveui u ai alt a a vw situated on a good corner lot In Ellia hOUrSAH he varieties and the 1TJX 1H X tou Ky known as he Hogan proper- Â¬ est of evervthina that the mark ty H H COLYER 122 Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to7 This lathe best line you ets afford can eet an v where Give us a call before hnvini elaoulior k i Is the best made we carry a large stock of them We would alfo make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES The Qlyndcn CHILDRENS Siop AND INFANTS SHOES in great abundance ami your interests will be guarded in buying tbem from us Our stock of Big Injun Plow radons on iisrej LADIES SHOES i4 -- Bakery v I STORE HOUSE Bark Tur--miLTC- THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OP BACK BANDS JXH U J5U S OnUJtiS 1 - -- - b - I have rented of J W Mackey his Barber Shop at HoteJ Glyndon and Hope our will continue be business old friends and customers will come to HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES see me as I have two f the best bar tiers in the city Wotsk done with And everything necessary to hitch up Also full sets ot neatness and dispatch 44- E H FARMER Are the prettiest ever saw and be satisfied this is the place LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS jou If Shoes Brograns and Our Bakery Fresh Bread you are not ready to buy call and examine Au iiumeuse stock of Is turning out FRESH BREAD KES and evervtliii hat can be made in a baker Friiis 106 Cleveland Barber Shop Wagon HARNESS WE HTrlVlS AIL KINDS OF Implements- Work Plow Shoes In fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been enpped EAST MAIX KTBTSST first-clJl-- shop We have opened a and desire to have the patrjnae of tientlemen ladie and etiiUiIn We ew and gwarBAtiM IrM class work elegant furniture clean throlwhout and sharp rtizurs s OUR HAT STOCK IS COMPLETE OaOBiatlii - Farming and Garden I 43- - J CARMIOHAl II C MOO HE X m PlomWa Mccarty Gas a AnRaOHl Soft and Spring Styles of KNOX Stiff Hats have recently been received lbey are dandies See what at- le columns of York papers say about them In addition to the above usmeii goods which And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS we havnt spsc I mention only briefly yu can get Laundred Unlaundreu and Woolen Shirts Collars Oofla Socks Haudkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear We keep on band for inspection a number of WAGONS and in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to im the hest ROAD C A UTS that roll the pikes Furnished in any quantity on short notice A i experienced BAKER who has done Ii vice and knows pr do and how to do it Faraflj orders A fril line of Fruts and - ay I I T BICE CO YMAN PAltJllSU aal Steam Fitti aj i Pump Repairing a Specinlty All kinds of pumps kept at C T Wells A Co s Oml yard or W i Whites Drug 50 49 Store ne - BKL Tin Roolfing a Specialty W C FiTZPATRICK CO We now Bid you Come and See onr Attractive Goods suit you Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will bw Aiiracuve prices mat tell their own tale of cheapness Attractive Bargains oound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all Hcwlivery and SaleSta flOBHDO- uoroer of MM Founds Woo Waited WlUt 45r as THE SQUARE DEALING HOUSE WALLACE SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE j Ir Covington Arnold A Bro 100000 POUNDS OF WOOL Highest Market Price k BGGGS 44- - HORSES AT I HITCHED OR FED Main Street Richmond Ky horses horses and baa tied at low i VIilliSU