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Pv 5fc -f- fl-rfPJfi- na -rT r-r-rT- flflifa gfi I - W ffi e 1 i VOLUME IV nut incense ui tne juiTm RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1890 hre eminent President of the tation Gr at persons well ntry and Mex int-- r- i - 1 I B ft Jnfl when ihe peicetii methods of rraud are made rnpossiblo they mlr be supplanted by inIf the proposed timidation and v oleuo law fives to one qualified elector by a more weight hia equal halfs thin by so Influence detracts of much any other qualified from elector it is fatally lmpsachet Bat if tho la s equal and the animosities It is to evoke grow out of the fact that some electors hav been accustomed to exercise the franchise f r others as well as for themselves then these animosities ought not to be confessed without shame and can nc t be given any we ght In tho disc without disnonrr No choice is eft to me but to enforce with vigor 1 11 laws Intended to secure to the citizen his constitutional rights and to recommend that tl e Inadequacies of such laws be promptly rined ed If to promote with zeal and ready interest every proiect for tho development of the materlil interests it serves and the intelligence peace and security under the lar of Its communit es and its homes Is not accepted as sufficient evidence of friendliness U any State or section I can not ad I con Bivnans at election practices that not only dis turb Ucal results but rob the electors of other States an sections of their most priceless politic il rlerhts The oreparation of the goneral appropriation bills slou d be conducted with the greatest care Apand tho closest scrutiny of expenditures propriations should be adequate to the needs of the public service but they should be absolutely free from prod gait y I venture agan to remind you that the brief time remaining for the consideration of the important legislation now awaiting your aten tion oilers no margin for waste If the present duty Is discharg d with diligence fidelity and courag the work of the Fifty first C ngress may be confidently submitted to the considerate Judgment of the people I t r r m NUMBER 1 26 7N the mm before tm m phborli Fresident Harrisons Annual Communication to Congress Our oonrac and ret rr delations With Foreign Powers Described at Great Length at - miiXt lisued lines a to the nets of access supply gr staaaM bj rai war re of th Cly i - i o Industrial Condition of the Country ail to b Prosperou p Tn Spain warranl uance c r been n now ncr m re hopeful is The in - by rail already The estab roiected add onen new hun sh areas of demand and ace of the Mexican ral ihanced to a de cast if It should continental in tie t i Bnt Ciass - of o ir ielatiots with ope that by th contin iitioa much an nd TBestiaas ana of the in- much care and ricora a with as much rormality as are given to cases Involving the pettiest property ilgh s At the la t session I rottimed without my approval a bill call An set to prohibit book i of Co- makinf ami lumola and sa ol mv objaetl in to b that it did not prohibit but in fast licensed what it purported to prohbit An effort wll be made under laws to suppress this evil though it is not certain that they will be found adequate 1 nl a Federal Election Bill rrged Kecent Tariff Loc iilation and It Effect lap ns of the eni ar The report of the Poi tm ister General snows the most gratifying progress in the important work committed to his direction Tuc business methods have been greatly improved A larjre economy in expenditures and an increase of HTwo 0 in receipts have been real zed The detckn y this year is S73iO as against lo 80 ltffl last year notwithstanding the great enlargement of the service Mail roatt s have been extended and quickened and greater accuracy and dispatch in distribution and delivery have been attalm d Th- report will be found to be full of interest an J suggestion not only to Congress but t those thongbtf jl ritii ns who may be Interested to know what business m thods can do for that department of public a Immis tration which moat nearly touches all our people THE POSTAL SKBVICa OOd year with liabilities diminished about lf0X OOJ of ai percent on of New York tho incieise was US percent Toese G jn s show t at tne increase in the volume of busine s was very general through out the country That t is la wis n ss was couduetoi u on a safe and profitable is shown b the fact that th re were three hundred le- s fail ires reported in October than in the same month of tho preceding per cent lour wniie tne increase outside of the city of New York was over 13 per cent During the month of Octob r the clear inirsof the wh le country showed an taeresse lsi itircm ut in I arrt House of Rt pet Beat Bral aaa tlve depart Tbr anll be laid before Congress in the exhibit in aaaa y Sanaa mment for the last floral year - and results as may be tte foundation of hall saaaaU will oe rc- st and iaeroaatog bus ness of the Got the SfTeral do- fait fulness sTha revenues amounting ea collected and reTeallnaj so far as 1 can ntle case of defalcation or em- -- nt An earnest effort has been mad1 y and public evtrv tlem has almost m I speak freedom because the - nut a Be bnt 1b c several departments at t Jr of faitht rri pm who serve nod Th- - closest nr of Congress to All the nitration and to every rr-s1 act wo Id operate uents This I ut on the past fow yars has e n r s a rrowln reali rons lur servic tcrine o and in protecting thn rtomestirelations abrad r vr A the scop of op ra i in expaa d pro- -- The pa--- tarj of the act to amend certain sections of th rerlaaf Btatatea r lating to lot approved is been nd the Department upon the enforcement iotic vigor an 1 already the pjbiic mulls i ay b n large y free from the fraudulent and dem riliziag app als and litI irfvr dot emcicncv 1 ned to your attention mm nt from all ar end ng Jun- - a lSto ani the total evtvnilitures 2 The Ve not heretofore been in Po a c ded in tre statement of unxi e of comt sum of lucted from both or the year only comia i pup thecsiontiil h- - necessity of some ani inspc -- ct trat I -- 171 aad the expiniitures The he m or p n ding ips for ink n 1S90 wELATIOas n our country with th East have been of pooJ will and interest that binds Bases of ten notably onfereaoa held in this as ires for Ike raaerat ir- ait t in invitation auth rized every indoni nt and of oaference in this capital in OctO esaara until the f - rastti g and Influential epoch he Western rlemiih that Brazi invit d while under f government shared as a re v deliberations and results of the usee The recomm ndatlocs of this con w re all transmitted to Congress at the - rn rational mar ne conference which w usbirion la t winter reached a very Dd re Mis Tha regulations suggested n brought to the att ntion of all the r presented and their general lion iseoandent y expected treats a lollows regarding the n the seal between the it seal que- as will respondence whit h will soon o lar to submit - b II r as not been act Torm of submission pro t to be ca assure totory to either party V d that before the opening Lrime arrangement are to the United a pr ved from - egarded by another nation ars preceding the outs at the last session - of the - in pro ued when the other powers ansnaan The con llscuas means for sup trade in Africa afforded an merest in that rreit work It s--- iportaat meetng ions was year The treasury statement for the current fiscal year partly actual ami mutel is as follow- from all sources W javtiioaOjO leaving a surtotal plus of Vk MiiUOi ret Uinz the postal re ntithac oum on either side quarter of revenue from eusl ist is estimated at tj a this is de ducted a iran or abou realized dur f the year monl al estimated receipts iilthi muted expenditures est mated surplus of h a cash balance of HV1 nningof the year will gve M e slm available for the re and ng bonds or other uses The estimates of rec ipt aia expenditures for the Pos oTce D partment being equal are not lncludd in tliis st t m nt on either side The ac Vtreetiag the purchase of silver bullion and theisueof treasury notes thereon approved Jul j li ISBO has been adminis tered lary of the Treasury with an into circulation at the st possible ntes the full monthly amounts earin of treasury not s contemplated by its provisions and at the simi time to give to the market for silver bullion such sup pert as the law ooi mt de preciaton in the price of silver has been ob- Berve The rapid rise In price snd folloivf d the passage of which the act ara me dezree by spec-n an I action is In part the re sut of the and in part of the re cent m I IS of furti ier trial will be neces in sary to deermint rmanent effect of the recent legislation upon silver values but it is gratifying to know tuat the tncroased circulation secured br the act has oxerted and will continue o exert a most lone1clal influence upon business and upon general vaues it has re st to renew formally the sugg stion of an in ernational conforence look1 ig to ai agreement touch ng r for coinage at a uniform the ful rate i aro has been taken tooos-r-- e closely any tion abro d and no favorable opportunity win be loit to promote a result which it is conlldently believed asaaii confer g3 benefits upon the commorca of the world recent monetary disturbances In En The gland ar not unlikely to surges i re eximtna tion of apfe imp ilstvs sjiipiy of Th-lo- - tht vhle customs receipts on erature emanating from tue lottery companies Ofll NAVY The construction and equipment of the new ships the navy have made very satisfactory see Mar h i Iffls nine new vessels have been put in eommi si n ami during this icl idnr one monitor will be added Toe sea at ran ion of the other v s se authorised Is betas pushed both in the government ani private yards with energy and watched with the mist scrupulous care The experiments conducted uur n the year to test the r ve resistlaj power of armor plates have be n so valuable as to attract great attention in Europe Tne only part of the work upon th new ships that is threatened by unusual delay is th- - armor plating and every effort Is being mad to red ice tb3t to the minimum El i o source of congratulation th it the ani luence of these mo iern TesSJls upon the eiprit du orps of the officers and seamen has been fully realized Confidence and pride in he hip among the crew are equiv alenl to a s condary battery Your favorable consideration Is Invited to the recommendations of the Secretary fr 1 1 The v lno of our exports of domestic mor- chan Use during th lat year was over illVouii greater than tho preceding year and was only exceeded once in our history About 1100 OOOdOOof this excess was in agricultural products Tho production of pi ron always a good gauge oi general prosperity -- is snown by a re cent census bulletin to have been 153 per cent greater in is n than in UfA and the production of steel if per c nt grentor Mining In coal ha- - had no lim tati n except that resulting from deOctcit tran po tatioa The general test mony is that labor is everywhere fully em p oyed and tho reports for the last year show a smaller number of employes affected by strik s and lockouts than iu any year since lHsi The depression hi the prices of agricultural products has been groatly relievad ands buoyant and hopeful tone was beginning to be felt by all our people These prom sin laflueaces have been in some checked by the surprising and very un favorable monetary events which hav recently taken pi ice in Eng and It is gratifying to know that these did not grow in any decree out of f e financial r lations of London with our peopl- - or out of any discredit attached to our securities held tn toat market The returu of our bon Is and so is was c tused bv a money stringency in England not by any loss of valus or credit in the seeurit e themselves We could not however wholly escape the ili effects of a foreign m mctary agitation ac companied by such eitrnordiniry in as characterized th a It is not believed how ever th3t these evil Incidents which have for the time unfavorably affected values in this country caa long with tand th strong safe and wholesome lnu nces wn ch are operating to give to our people profitable returns in all branches of g timat- - trade and in mstry The apprehension tuat our tariff may again and at subjected 0 ucpo tant general changes would urid u it- - iy a1 J a d -- press ng influence of tho met serloos character The general t ri T has only pirtally gone Into oieration some of its important provis oasbe ing limited t lake effect at dates jet in the future The general provisions of tho law have been in force ess than sixt days Its per manent effects U on trade and pric ss ill lar ly stanJ in conjecture It is euro is to not that the advanc in the prices f articles vholly un affected by the tarif act wis by many hastly to that act Not ce was not taken of the act that the ir ne il t ladeacy of the markets was upward from Influences wholly apart from the recent tin leg ilati in Th enlargement of our rurTeny by th- iv r bill un lou tedly gave an upward tendency to trade and had a marked effect on prices but t lis natural and dtiahafl of feet of the silver legislation was by many er roneously attributed to the tariff a t Tiiere is aattlnr wisdom or Justice n th- - sug gestion that the subject of tariff discus Ion shall be opened bef re his nt h is had a fair trial It is quits true that every tariff sen d die is subject to objections No bfl was cv r framed I suppose that in all of its rates and classunat ona lad the full appioval even of a party eancus St ch larlslat oh is a ways neces sar ly the product of c mpromise as to details and th present law is no e cept on But in its general Brops and effect I think It will Justify the sunpi rt of those who b lleve that American i should conierv un defend AmT icau trade und the wages of American work 1 I TIIK TAR KIT DEPARTMENT laton Id I nent and from the r The demorall ardent spirits ilso claimed the earnest at i In n - toting a perma n ement for the ry ij not shar ni pendent aaloBBS of money ms revenue to increase the by keeping It pfac n 1 sion An accord was sick will be very e advocating ing tlo region As soon of money fvo decades and h increase dur- h has adm it are inti - s pr- in a - culation i itiirtiT the nineteen iut of money in cirm inths has of Tiii- i i imxB on wr y In or about increase only er leg- needed a d u i in I b- - ens i rssBSBa is matter of I the mds to of the annual in lying of ar i i nt of Bternal id r The report of the Secretary of the Interior exhibits with great fulness and clearness the va t work of that great department and the sat isfactory sults o itained The suggestions made by him are earnestly commended to the consideration of Congress though they can not all be given parlicul ir mention here The several acts of Congress looking to the reduction of the lar er Indian reserva fons to the more ripiJ settlement of the Indians upon individual allotments and the restoration to the puUic domain of lands in excess of their ne ds have been largely carried into effect so far as the work was coufided to the Executive Agreements have been concluded since March 4 IS y la n to the United States of volvtn about 14aiXW acres of land These contracts have as required by law been submitted to Congress for ratiaeanoa and for the appropria tions necessary to cairy them into effect Those with the Slsseton and Wahpeton Sao and Fox Iowa Pottowattomies Shawnees and Coeurd Ab ne tribes have not yet received the sanction of Congress Attention is also called to the fact that the appropriati ns made In the case of the Sioux Imli m have not c ivered all the stipulated paynvuts This should be promptly corrected If an agreement is con firmed all of its tataat should be com ilied with without delay and full appropriations should be made The policy outlined in my last annual mes sage in relation to the ands to set tlers upon the public doma n has been car ried out In the admiui tration of the Land Oaaas No general supc on or imputation of wed to delay the hearing and fraud ha adjudication of individual cases up n tueir mer its The purpose has boon to aerfesl the title of honest settlers with such promptnes that the value of the enry might not be swai owed up by the expense and extortions to which de lav subject Thu average nuaat month rural patents has been lac cised about I Tae d sab lily penson act which was approve i of June lust has been put into operation as raptdlj as vu- - practicable The in r cal force piovided was se ind a considerable lect il part of the force engage iin examinations in the mid addd to 1ho working nel v fore- of the office The examination and adju dicat n of claims h ive by reason of Improved Is be n m re rapid thaa ever before to the Government in de - in ich hardship and injustice e an icipa ei expenditure B ren larje will not It is believed bo in hi oes made before the anact beral enlargement of ment of th law Th nior careful iicf both as to the where relief is granted and as to the amount alio- - d Theiimb r- - and influenco of tha nou M if in Utah are observed with si letter of Wilford Wo or he Mormon chrch In which he a iv e hi people 4ti refrain Iron contracting any m uriae forbidden by the laws le atteution and of the land be highly it is hoped that of the laws of th- United t t - Butth fact should not be oy r th doctrie or bvlief of the Church ire rightful mains Irafl do m not ro- uncha froaa teachihg ttli p ct c o it because lite true that the Isa no inrit to deal with tha thi law fa th or belief of anv one tut is mun o to another tlint a d the oni OF THE INTERIOR r m- i I The msinfi rmalon as to the terms of the act sea so wide yd sseminat id at home will be ror eeied by cxperlenee and an ures as to its r suits confounded by n p ir s the savings arucs interna irnd iialances and the gen rai proa four people Air ady we begin to her from abroad nn I from our custom houses that thprohibitory effect upon inportattons imputed to the act is not justified The imports at the poit of New York for tho m re nearly lirst three w ecs of eight per cert greater than for the same p riod a id tweity mne pLr cent greater than r d of is s And so far from be in th s in un act to limit exports I c liridenll believe nat under it we s al secure a largr aaa more profitable participat on in foreign trade than -recover we nave ever enjoyed and a proportionate partit ipatton in ths 03 an car rymg trade of the worl The criticisms of the bi that hire 0 me to us u - rsaasta with Irom fore gn sourc m tn t repugnancy ir th M c tttea really believe that the adoption of a free tr oe policy or of tarin rates having reference soely to revenue would diminish the participation of their own countries in the commerce of tve world their sdvo oacy and promotion by sparch and other forms of organized effort of this movement among our people is a rre exhibition of unselfishness in I i Nov-nib-i tn 1 o- 1 - i i - i d al with t et no time was in It eminent a full of Ameri hat the r i t of col iu tao preceding cost of collecting the 3 for tLe fiscal lst c and ge in pain been other to involve the ird a union lern d - ration boarl provided ii w it a 10 of men n the admin sra tion of the oui rusomi reuations has mule the evi them aA sad judicial se and in at them ng the n of the law Is new s mcr valuations uniform been made at all our The for by the act of J unj n i oly sinv to be rl htful shall not have the power io maKe it lawful The admission of the States of Wyoming and Idaho to the Un on are events full of iatereat snd conpratulat on not only to the people of tatcs now happily endowed with a full participation in o r pr vibies and responsi 9 but to all our people Another belt of States stretches from the Atlantic to the Pa T who believe n a i us that ihosi cific public of ulrrs was rec g of the pro Q confirmed v and dlplo- late rt I use b era not c resulting a most t is rs i ion that in irrasataB on board co while an It will s ireiv 1 - et of the United States was t at iiamperico an aft r wards at ut a written order n he consent invade the lia took be spared and only tor offenses move r wa to the i ipulco by the military com dander at San Jose - bis warrant to take the tarrunrapture aid was k lied It being Tales that r Mr Mizner bad ex n intenren emands of the to authorize and effect re on a ves engerin tran ed with political ooeaars in order that might be tried for such offenses under laI was t stralaed to disavow Mr Mixn r s act and recall if hM sl mli dried net on i the latter tig as that Jeneral - ci BrdtlcesM progress al Is snaking most encouraging al project under the con- - conditions and been accomplished of y miy not and allowed in a system of iju ist smuggling THE W1K Ii IMliM War exhibits The r during the several gra thods The year by wis from the army an evil percent the department for wb have long been sec lag a lemody has been re lueed during the past year twenty fiur per cent tnd for the morths of August and S ip time the favorable etfeets of the feit thirty three por cent as act of ihe jonipareJ witn the same months of 1S8M results attained by a reorjanizition ani con filiation of the divisions h ivmg charge f the hospital ani service records of the voluntoer ge was time there sSeeted in J n mo e than us on Oftire these bcinr uiicalonof BBClnlormatlon nei though over pension caims On J iiKU n w calls had come in there was noapl single case that had not been examined aaffan swereJ onrnendations of the Sec Icoi r retary that aAaoraat and lerular appropriations rse works an praetaeailT agreed ordnar upon ani t be no gooa reason i r delaying the utioa of them wane tni defOis furnishes bI t t - n t cjmplaint be lodged there be clu no d by any well dis- - with to be - sought The work of the Patent Office has won from all source very hirh commendation The amount accompished has been very largely ln nits hav been such as to secure -conhd nce and cons deration for the suggestio- s of the Commission r The enunieriton of tha people of the United States has ted and the result will be at once ofnc ally eo nmuni ated to Congress The complet on of this dec nnial enum devolves upon Congress the duty of making a new appoitu n meut of r prcaentaUvea among thi several States according to their respect ive number At the last session I had occasion i return ine provis wlh my objectioions for the erection of public buildings for the i xpiiditures reason that the contemplated were in my opta on gr atlv in excess of any need No class of ie i ltiou is more Ha Subllc abuse or to into an unseemly scramll about the pub ie treasury than this houli be excrcls ti in th s matter a wise economy base 1 upon s me responsible and impart al examination and report as to each case under a general laiv - for the se egotathsns have been the claims of government of ig oat of the late war fiister at Suntation of an early ard - a which have for ser- ace in our or careful cob t c of much i i Th e to the militia o appropriate y snou d tary organic ti the am five sixths of ance is defray the Deparuaei tive dpartsaei done Is appeo the main aa bring to trial the law but taken that fr should not be or to hirass attent or U ea the prosneutilaws sad of offlaers Th3 i and most Guard enlarged These mllii a large sense tea while aoout I their malutea v i aw been extended tonal - the The report o la a thk nt T OF JCSTICK i saa Minister Of - ntrv sought to arrange has BSBstBTl torhinp IBM It liens in China correal resolution ofl to the governtain to consider the passage of ajixiss our Southern end r Edward sastar the idered an award ompensstion was due governmeci to the United of what la commonly known rfleld claim i the French Republic con representative at that urged the removal of upon oar ootBaaaPsBBBBBl meat products t prof- ss has a ust settlement m as incident occurred to interrupt the a iocs with the government at seised the waywbib wos constructed granted to as American e same time annulled the asteaary who had emharked ee ta- ing exhausted mUed to In f An ney Gen rai is under -- s but as x ecue is oi reference to tie work I A v gious and In ort has be n made to rs of hnical oifenses fe s of officers The report of tho fluisslBlj of Agriculture deserves especial attention in view of the fact th t the year la- - t c n marked in a very un usual degree by agitation and organization among the farmer- - looking to an increase of tho protits of tn r business It will be found that the effo tsof the department have been in telllgently and zealously devoted to the promo tion of the Interests Intrnsted to its care A very substantial Improvement Inthemaskst price of the lead n faTn proslucts d iring a year is noticed JKrice of wheat advanced from ill in October cents in October lSSH to 17H0 corn from 31 cents to 104 cents oats from 181 cents to 4t cents and bariey from 63 cents to 78 cents Meats showed a substantial but not so large an increase The export trade In and fowls sh ivr a very live animals large increase the total value of such exports 000 ysarendin for rut year was and the increase oier over ecattieand MJ more bo s we e exportd than In the over t ade in beef and prec dine year The ex p irk prol ii ts ard in dairy products was very n the article of increased butter alone being from l5otB7g pounds to U974S04J pounds ani in tho I exjiorted bevalue cf meat and dairy pro OOOOuo sotly helpful This us will be yet further to the farmer it e system of an i very large y iacre r ion now pro inspection snd saaltai by law is brought f ally in o op ration The efforts of the Secretary to e labiish the healihfulness of our me its against the disparag ing lmputat ocs that have been put upon 111 m abroad have resulted in substantial piotr ss Veterinarv surge n- - sent out by the mem are now allowed to participate in the in Ul this country spection of the ltv and during the landed at t ease several rooaihs th- AillirclTtiiE liv te of oout ens Especial parted me tic insp ucts pr 1 ril it 1nce 1 9J inty for the whole- for foreign coa on as Is any vhere given to any food on acceptance will quite of any continued reveal the re ion of their u that having been the duty of the Executive will be made ciear tion abroad ani the dove animals and pork prod- SB ri - Wll lift i s BSBf c l BBS I thirreli tinue to t aaaa mad In the a whisk for BfBBsi sue this tated to r Daaiaaai Sadat a ha Just b 1 c tt rough the some cases the ded General to pur re other efforts ot himself to exercise uch action will tiartment of ar oajmders to pun of fraudu- - i r Some i lsln i n w The information given by the Secretary oi the progress anu prospects of the bset sugar ry is full of interest It baa already passed the experimental stage and is acorn ess The arcs over which the sugar jn be successfully cultivated is very large and another field crop of great value is offered to tb choice of the farmer The Secretary of the Treasury concurs in the I iryof Agriculture provided by the that tt iuctiou shall tariff law for sugar ot d Ueparment of Agriculbe transferred to the ture rotDlTIONg TRADE ANf ISIIfSTPIAI snd industrial conditions The ir have - nith those attu balauoes of for or but it they m to - hows a h furnish a good b transacted for the first u r meat having been agr acarreu i w Baa J I Hi - ip thpr o - j to u ATOtrtflal aWPsnWiP MJal So bCB ountry of abouj an pared in- - And on the other hand if thny sincerely believe that the adoption of a protect Ve tariff policy by this country innures to their profit and our hurt it is noticeably strange that they should le id the outcry aga nst the authors of a policy so helpul to their countrymen and crown with their favor those who would snatch from them a substant al sh ire of the trede with other lands already inadequate to their necessi ties There is no disposition among any of our people to promote prihibitcv or retaliatoiy legislation Our policies are ado tci not to the hurt of others but to secure for ourselves those ad vantages that fairly grow out of our favored position as a nation Our form of government With its incident of unive sal suffrage makes It imperiive that we shil save ourworking people from the agrat on- - and disiresses which scant work ani waves that haie no margin for t after all this is done comfort alw it will be found that our m lrkets are open to y commercial exchanges of enormous value to the other great powers t m into office the From the time o duty of using every piwer mi Influence given by law tot Executive department for the development of larger markets for our products illy our farm products has been kept constantly in mind and no effort has been or will b spared to promote that end We are under no disadvantage in any foreign market except that we pay our workmen better wages than are paid elsewhere better abstractly better relatively to the cost of the necessaries of life I do not doubt that a very largly increased for eign trade is accessible to us without bart rng either our home mirket for such products of the farm and shop as our own people oan suppiy or the wages o our working people In many cf the products of wood and iron and in meats and breadstuffs we have advantages that only need belt r facilities of intercourse and transportation to secure for them large forego markets The reciprocity clause Jof the tariff act wisely and effectively opens the way to seeure a large reciprocal trade tn exchange for the free admission to our ports of certain products Tho right of independent nations to make special reciprocal trade concessions is well established and does not impair either the comity due to otbor powers or what is known as ths favored nation clause so gen eral y found in commercial treat es What is given to one for an a lequ its a r ed considera tion can not be claimed by another freely Tne state of the revenues was snch that we could dispense with any import duties upon coffee tea hides and the lower grades of sugar and molasses That the large advantage resulting to the countries producing and export ing those articles by placing them on the free list entitled us to expect a fair return in the way of customs concessions upon articles ex ported by us to them was so obvious that to have gratuitously abandoned this opportunity to enlarge our trade would have been an unpardonable error There were but two methods of maintaining control of this question open to Congress To upon all of these he filacesubject to suchartl les agreement dutiable treaty ss could be secured or to pace them al presently upon the free list but subject to the reim position of soecifted dutiei if the countries from which ws received them should refuse to give to us suitable reciprocal benefits This latter method I think possesses great advantages It expresses la advance the consent of Congress to reciprocity arrangements affecting these products which must otherwise hare been de la ed snd unascertained until each treaty was ratified by the Senate and the necessary legislation enacted by Congress Experience has shewn that some treaties looking to reciprocal trade have failed to secure a two thirds vote In the Senate for ratification and others having passed that stage have for years awaited the concurrence of the House and Senate in such modifications of our revenue laws as were necessary to jrlrs effect to their provisions We cow have the concurrence of both Houses in advance In a distinct and ie ofTer of free entry to our ports The Executive is not of specific articles required to deal la conjecture ai to Indeed his re what Congress will accept ciproclty provision is more than an offer Our part of the bargal n is com letr de lvery has been made and when the countries from which we receive sugar coffee tea and hides have placed on their free lists such ot our products as shall be agreed upon as an equivalent for our concession a proclamation of that fsct completes the transaction and in the mean time our own people have free sugar tea coffee aides In addition to the Import bills that became oirnmont of the la it session lawsb I Importance were well advanced toward a final vote and now s aad uoon the calendar of the two hoi in favored posiions The present sion has a fixed limit and If these now brought are not to measures a final vote all the work that has upon them by this Congress Is been done lost The proper consideration of thesit of an apportionment bill and of the annual appropriation bills will requre not only that no working day of the session shall be lost but that measures of minor and local Interest shall not be allowed to interrupt or retard the progress of those that are of universal Interest In view of these conditions I refrain from bringing before you ut this time some suggestions that would otherwise be made and most earnestly invoke your attention to the duty ot perfecting the Imp riant legislation now well ed To some ot thsse measures which seem to ma the most Important I now briefly call your attention I desire to rep oat with added urgency the recommendations contained in my last annual message tn relation to the development of Ths reciprocity American steamship lines clause of the tariff bill will be largely limited and its b unfits retarded and diminished if provision is not cotiterrporaneously made to rage the establishment of first class tr ports and steam oommunicr s may inset our the ports of sue exovertures for enlarged commercal changee The steamship carrying the malls statedly and frequently and offering to i passengers s comortable safe and speedy trade transit is the first oondtion of fort tl aot all It carries j that is ordered or bou he sail- inj vessel such cargest as are Mt urgent or Â¬ tralo Derlshaoie and Indirectly at loist promotes that important adjunct of commerce There is hdw both in this country and ia the nations of Central and South America a state of expectation and confidence as to Increase I trade that will give a double value to your proinpt action upon this question The present situation of our mail communication with Australia illustrates the Importance of early action by Cm lamas The Oceanic Steamship Company maintains a line of steam ers between Saa Francisco Sydney and Auckland consisting of three vessels two of which are of United States registry and one of foreign registry For the service done by this line In carrying tho malls we pay annually the sum of ttriOOJ being as estimat d the full sea and United States inland postage which is the limit fixed by law The colonies of New South Wales and New Zealand have been pailag an nually to these linos JKr7000 for carrying the mat s from Sydney and Auckland to San i ran Cisco The contract under whch this payment has been made is now about to expire and thoso colonies have refus d to renew tne con tract unless the United States shall pay a more equitable proportion of th whole sum necessary to maintain the erviee I am advised by the Postmaster General that the United Sales receives for carrying the Australian mails brought to San Francisco n these steamers by rail to Vancouver an estimated annual Income of K Kv whi e a- - I have stated we are paying out for the support of the steamship line that brings this moil to us only f 5XX leaving an annual surplus resulting from this service of 139090 The trade of the United States with Austra lia wh ch is In a considerable part carried by those sto iin rs and ihe whole of which Is practically dependent upon the mall co nmnn lcatton which th y m i main is largely in our favor Our total expirts of rn r hrniise to Australasian ports luring tho tisc ii year ending June 30 lKao were lltSMS4 whle the total imports of mer h indise from these ports were only 477f76 If we are not w lag to see this important steamsh p line withdrawn or continued with Vancouver substtuted for San Fraa Cisco as the Am- rcan terminal Congre s soon d put it in the power of the Postmaster General to make a liberal increase In the amount now paid for the traasportation of this important mail The South Atlantic and G ilf ports occupy a very favored position towards the new and important comm re v hieh the re rot itv cause of the tar ft art and toe fostal Sh p Ing b are ed to promote Steamship lines from th s ports to some north rn port of South America will amost certainly end a connection between t ie r ii road systems o the continents long before any continuous Hue of rail roads can he pot in operation The verv large approprati n made at tin i ist session for the harbor of liiveston was ju tlfie i as it seemed to m by those eoasideraUous The great Sorthwe t will feel th- - advantage of trunk Ines to tne south as well as to the east and of the new markets opened for their surplus food iroducts and tor many ot their manufactured products I had occasion in May last to transmit to Congress a report adopted by the International Mnercan Conference upon the subject of the ncorporation of an International American Bank with a view to facilitating money exchanges between the States represented In that xmft rence Such an Institution would greatly promote the trade we are seeking to develop I renew the recommendation that a careful and well guardel ihartor be grunted I do not think the powers granted should Include those ordl rily exercised by trust guar nty or safe deposit companies or that more branches in the In ted States should be auihirlzcd than are str c ly necessary to accomplish the object primarily In view namely convenient form of exchanges It Is quite Important that prompt action should be taken in this matter in order that any appropriations for better communication with these countries and any ageements that may be made for reciprocal trade may not be hindered by the inconvenience of making exchanges through Kuropean money centers or burdened by the tribute whioh is an incident of that method of business The bill for the relet of the Supreme Court has after many years of discussion reached a position where final action is easi y attain he and it Is hoped that any difference of o may be so harmonized as to save the ess features of this very important measure Ia this connection I earnestly renew my r mendation that the salaries of the judges of the United States District Courts be so readjusted that none of thum shall receive less than 15000 per annum The enactment of a national bankrupt law I still regard as very desirable The Constitution having given to Congress jurisdiction of this subject It should be exercised and uniform rules provided for the administration of the affairs of Insolvent debtors The inconveniences resulting from the occasional and temporary exercise of this power by Congress and from the conflicting State codes of insolvency which come Into force immediately should be removed by the enactment of a simple Inexpensive and permanent national bankrupt law The use of the telegraph by the Postofflee Fe partment as a means for the rapid transmission of written comnr nieatious is I behave ujion proper terms qu te desirable The Governm mt does not own and operate the railroads and it should not I th nk own or operate tha telegraph lines It does however seem to be quite practicable for the Government to contract with the telegraph companies as it does with the railroad companies to carry at specified rates such communication as the senders may designate for this method of transmission I recommend that such legislation be enacted as will enable the Post office Department fairly to test by expe iment the advantages of such a use of the teegraph nNEST ELECTIONS If any intelligent and loyal company of American eitlzens were requlrtd to cata anal the essential humanconrtitioas of national life I do not doubt that with absolute unanimity they would begin with free and honest elecAnd it is gratifying to know that gentions erally there is a growing and non partisan do mand for better elei tion laws Hut against th s sign of hope ani progress may be set the depressing and undeniable fact that election lass and methods are cunningly contrived to secure mlncrity control while vtolenoe completes the shor comings of fraud Din my last annu i message I suggested that the development of the existing law providing a Federal supervision of I onrression il elections offered an effective m it ioJ of reforming these abuses The need of su h a law has manifested Itself in many parts of the country and its wholcsomo restrants and penalties will be useful In alL The constitutionality of such legislation has been affirmed by the Supreme Court Its probable effectiveness is evidenced by the character of the opposition that is made to it It has been denounced as if it were a new exercise of Federal power and an Invasion of the rK his of the States Noth ing could be further from the truth Congress has already fixed the time for the election of members of Congress It has declared that votes for members of Congress must be by written or printed ballots It has provided for the appointment by Circuit Courts in certain cases and upon the petition of s certain number of citizens of election supervisors and made It their duty to supervise the registration of voters as conducted by the Stato officers to challenge persons offerinr to register to personally inspect and scrutinize the registry lists and to affix their names to the lists for tho purpose of identification and the prevention ot frauds to attend the elections and remain with the boxes till the votes are al cast and counted to attach to the registry lists and election returns any statement touching the accuracy and fairness ot the registry and election and to take and transmit to the clerk of the House of Representatives any evidence of fraudulent practices which may bo presented to them The same law provides for the appointment of deputy United States marshals to attend to the polls support the supervisors In the discharge of their duties and to arrest persons violating the election laws The provisions of this familiar title of the Revised Statutes have been put into exercise by both the great political pur ties and in the North as well as In the South by the filing with th6 ceurt of the petitions required by law It is not therefore a question whether we shall have a Federal election law for we now have one and have had for nearly twenty years but whether we shall have an effective law The present law stops Just short of effectiveness for It surrenders to the local authorities all control over the certification which establishes the prima facie right to a seat in the House ot This defect should be cured Representatives Equality ot representation and the purity of tne elections must oe maintamea or every thing that is valuable in our system of government is lost The qualifications of an elector must be sought in the law not in the opinions prejudices or fears of any class however powerful The path of the elector to the ballot box must be tree from the ambush of fear and the temptations of fraud the count so true and open that none shall gainsay It-- Such a law should be absolutely nonpartisan and Unpar- tlal It should give the advantage to honesty Surely control to majorities and the there is nothing sectional about this happen and It It shall oreed that the penalties of laws intended to ea- force these rights fall here and not there It Is not because the law is sectional but because happily crime Is located not universal Nor should It be forgotten that every law wheh r relating to elections or to any other subject whether enacted by the State or by the nation has force behind it The courts the marshal or instable the posse comttatua the prison are all and always behind the law One can not be justly charged with unfriend liness to any section or class who seeks only to restrain violations ot law and personal right No community will find lawlessness profitable No community can afford to have it known that the officers who are charged with the prcserva tion of the public peace and the restraint of the criminal classes are themselves the pioJ uet of fraud cr violence The magistrate Is then without respect and the law without sanction The floods of lawlessness can not be leveled and mads to run in one channel The killing of a United States marshal carrying a writ of arrest for an election offense is full of prompting and suggestion to men who are pur sued by a city marshal for a crime against lite or property But it is said that this legislation will revive race animosities and some have even suggested 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that JJMj 1 C150r7 PERKINS GLOVES - feacaa p - J i - MILLER HAT r i LYONS UMBRELLAS 1 KX W B BRIGHT W S HUME b h Â¬ B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSOKS OI I IJItlCIIT Rtf DKAIK Executive Mansion D- - Benjamin Harrison I iOO e l enagsby Bad a Narrow Escape Cornelius said Mrs Snagsby shak Â¬ ing that unfortunate gentleman vigor- Â¬ ously is he lay In bed Cornelius what In the world Is the matter with you gasped Snags- Â¬ Wha what Elyrla by rttobing his eyes What is the matter with you Cor- Â¬ What makes you out cry so in nelius your sleep asked What did I say Elyrla Snapsby You shouted A horse on rre Truffle What did you mean Shake it off Simply Oh nothing Elyria I see had a litrhtmare and wanted somebody to wake me up thats alL Thank you Chicago News Elyria for doing so Poor fsubstltnte Congressman I tell you that the peo- Â¬ ple want free suprar Senator Wont taffy do just as well for them West Shore A JO NEED TO FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods t 804 WEST IVIPICHIVEOISri - - - KELVTTJCKY - Si IMPoKTi li f IS MENS UNDERWEAR w BE ALARMED 9JSKm9aF ypwi Or ra XsNECKWEAR FULL DRESS SHIRTS JH Bfcnvj Tl anW ijf arHanei fXCrS in rsffJOC v OLIVER PLOWS 1 Mr eino of New York I feel rather embarrassed as the subject I am going to speak of is rather delicate Oh dont Miss Porcu from Chicago To tell the let that embarrass you am very fond of delicacies truth Puck II Had Blm There Agitator on womans rights I claim that the rights of both sxe3 should bo In whatever field woman has equal entoreil she has equaled and often sur- Â¬ passed the men who had theretofore ex clusively occupied it In what I repeat in what branch of industry what pro- Â¬ fession what art has she not displayed go m MTiTER BBBBBani her equality Chairman There is a young man in yonder corner who evidently desires to say something Agittitor Well young man do you Speak wisli tt refute what I say Yourg Man I only wanted to ask if a woman can sharpen a lead pencil aa well as a man American Stationer agar tVnt A tetcher desiring to classify her pu- Â¬ pils ptt questions to them to find out how m ich they knew During tho ex- Â¬ amination of the son of a leading Austin politician the following dialogue oc- Â¬ curred Yoi say that there are three king- Â¬ domsthe animal tho vegetable and the mineral Where the aVal I aaaaP Bnaaanl - T I sO aBBanaCar rT7 ML C I where do you put the sugar Pa puts it in the water and then the whisky in afterwards and stirs em up Texas Siftings with a poon On a Street Car Yes Nov sir Thlt Is my birthday she said The whole car and her escort were inter-Â¬ ested Is that so said he Guess how old I cant Will I have to tell yon Well It la my Twcnty fourthI bawled the con- Â¬ ductor opening the door Every one knew it wasnt true but she was so mad that sho shut her mouth tight and the car heard no more Kansas City Star A Business SHACKELFORD -- FOR S-AiL-- GENTRY Honse I DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Hardware Tinware fooilenware AND WAGON MAKERS Fnisli C T WELLS Goods BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40- - King of the Cannibal Islands to his typewriter My dear Just take this Bote for the Board of Missions in New York Type writer I am ready 0 noble Tumtuin King Gentlemen The last lot of missionaries you sent me were old and tough ind stringy If yon can not do better got that if you can not do bet- Â¬ ter 1 shall have to make a change and elsewhere get my missionaries Yours truly Tumtum Rex Life Lettar F B CARR CARRiftGESFARLEY NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES One of the oldest houses in Kentucky WROUGHT smiths keeps a variety for of Â¬ C T WELLS Coil Yard in CO Ik Oil Top FIto oclock teas are a nuisance remarked Nuwed who always found company in bis house when he got Fire oclock homo irom his office vexations would be a more appropriate title far them Mlalend ng IRON black- Only a oquare from the Court hoaw You dont have to send away out to the depot WHEELS and other SPOKES supplies for Col DeliTered aiTPar Tnn Tanglo Papa couldnt tho Did patriarchs afford to buy their clothes Fangle Certainly Why Freddy Fangle Because the Bible lays They rent their garments Judge Freddy My vehicles are all new ant of the KIMS very latent patterns They are for sale u Ihe nMt reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and wagon you wont sV home without one 6- makers Best makes of Fine Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumberyard next to Seennd PresbyterUn ehoreh Quickest delivery iu twn Low at Try u jo-C - JOHN DONELON FARMING IMPLEMENTS you can kill burdocks ef SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x1 20 fectual ly by cutting cfT tho crown oi to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new the plant and putting on a large spoon QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE s rooms ful of salt lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Uallie Irvine and Orange Streets Â¬ Tust say FORSALE TWO FRAME DWELLINGS lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarters LINE or FIELD SEEDS T V3LL3 SO of II A HDW ARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIE SALT LIME and CEMENT For Sale or Hent I desire to -II new Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots ai well finished 40x150 feet elegant ory or rent privately th Thrbc Elxgant BUILDING LOTS THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS aTCome to the house where your fathers and grandfathers tlf a century seperate or as s whole on PM KK ABSOLUTELY PURE Fifth Street 50x160 feet 48- Powells addition Street each fav For prices on any of the above MRS E W WIGGINS inqmre cf on Walnut bought their ago situated on a good corner lot In Ellm- ton Ky knou as the Hofran proper- H H COLTER STORE HOUSE THOMAS - Eni MONEY VT f can hw cnMf ft r rapidly tstd S 4tliT WB m mt to To tati l bstate an I BAYRES Ufaing Un cf w ipj RICH- - in uirpr farolah ntyitou W W or IrttdlMj c IB all yor T 1otsalaailB ail lo X rt Mart y time to Uw aWdaWTsW May tAny mm aWwa Tsai W aa WanTatCT tbfir W X FAELEY or to John Farley h 01 AVING RETURNED TO brtaVfw ug from tt txirritmt to W rev rBKB Sa icae ry7 ertlwk and ujth caa famka Tttltill tk to cxpltfa bar Keal counts age THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON ITBLInHED EvEKY THE BAKKTMUA CASE AGAIN Editor TDM Ths Clirax Printing WmG Vhte Co Chas SPowell PRICE PKU YEAR 150 10 1800 is in Weiacsday - - December K Fanners National Alliance mmon at ala Florida i - the larye st cotton firms in the has tailed at New Orleans c slow moaer market Tin the Presidents MBpnu the first t Its there if you ami its there if you dont want sulistance tiling for the fanner if he had sense enough to know it M K inh y bOI is a Pbiit Basks the I pn Tin and is and restored tied in loth Frankfort Saturdays cin them from BepasV rular Democratic DOflai- Mavor of Louisville iixiE lias intro-t-rC M Clay al For the first time probably in the his tory of the country the Presidents mes sage yestertlay contained an item of news The recall of Minister Mizner for hie connection with the assassination of Gen Barrundia which was announced in the message had not been previously made public although it was generally believed tliat the administration would decide on this step The action of the President was particularly pleasing to Representative McCreary of Kentucky as it sustained the position taken by him in his nssseh in the House just felon the close of the last session Gov Mc-Â¬ Creary it will lie remembered introduced a resolution calling ujion the President for the correspondence in the Mizuer llarrundia affair and as no ans wer had liecn made to this resolution he held a conference with his colleaga the Foreign Affaire Committee last Sun day night a to the sssper Hue of further action The statement in the Presidents message said Go McCreary to a Post removes the neces Â¬ rejiorter yesterday sity for any further steps in the matter I disagree with the President on the silver question the force bill and the tariff but in this matter he is right He simply follows all precedent and sus MSesV tains the dignity of the nation hujton Pott Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ speech and will not lose his head because he can not make a better Then they will get out among the mercham the farmers and the horny handed toilers and Clay will shake hands with ten men while Brown is bidding one good morning The strength of one is the others weakness It is a pretty match and when they meet in a State convention it will be a battle of skill and manipulation and here is where Clay will le Jjnuitrilk Timet strongest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS The Court of Appeals has given Bole RolR rts a new trial at Lexington In Fleming county on Saturday last Mrs Pauline Littleton was divorced from her husband Peter Littleton and the same day married James K Saunders who was the principal witness in the divorce 6tiit and lived on Mrs Saunders farm Fleming Gazette In the osseof David Wilson executor of W H Cord vs Mary F Cord et al the court adjudged for the plaintiff that the marriage contract for 25000 existing between W H Cord and wife was a fraud against subsequent creditors The case is quite novel as it has no antecedent in the State and is attracting considerable interest It will lie car- Â¬ ried to the Court of Appeals Two new gas lines are being laid to establishsupply the manufacturing ments of Pittsburg One will cost 000 and the other 185000 The Pitts- Â¬ burg Dispatch says the freeness with which many of the manufacturers continue to invest large sums of money in gas line extensions would seem to indicate that all faith in the supply had not been lost The general theory is that there is plenty of gas if developments are extended into new territory as fast as old fields give out Several other large lines are in contemplation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the army with the CHEAP RAILUUAU iAUKS t o neral he haying hell We gave a short time since an ace tint The hill will tiiat rank during the war of the zone tariff svstem of railway fares ine a law adopted in Hungary and the really re- Â¬ markable results that have accrued It - already unanimously nom Â¬ has proved that cheap railway fan inated for Senator bv the lH u of rying a jiassenger for the same Mini over ie exception r New York a distance of ten miles and parting up khurn and Phil Thomi- - the cost for every additional ten miles I Vmocratie larty has unanimous- - the charge in even- instance being at Mli the the lowest ossible rate will produce Iv nominated Cleveland far President profit to the railroad esssnssnea ns have nominated than fares that are charged by the mile The success of the Hungarian system of zones has been so marked that Hoatb Carolina in Austria and earnestly it has bees introduced just t- - with whom he anil the surprising results have J lieen described ly Prof E importance James liefore the Manufacturers There as else Â¬ He said there were many and Club of Philadelphia where on the continent and in England isonswhy Senator Haaaptaa irs are divided into three classes there could iuced a single reason for his first second and third class and the rates of fare are charged accordingly The zone system in Austria retains the rolina same classification but reduces the rate uld allow- a Ni irtlieni of fare projiortionately in all The most Home remarkable effect ie the increase of jias The Northern Dess- - senger railway traffic by second and third class That it should be so is saw It is but another illus- Â¬ Booth and 1 think tliey are nti at all wonderful interyiewcr at tration of the change that was brought I think we have alout by the reduction of the price of Monday five Senators in the iires- - letters to two and carrying the reduction atinaed and if the through all departments of the mail ser rding to Prof James Aus- Â¬ revolul tarted we in getting euutrol of tria has now the cheat est railroad fares Mr Vance in the world usual rate for third class presidency in Is ing only six and a half mills jer mile r six dollars and fifty cents for one Tl a abject he thousand miles while it costs in the Fnited States from twenty to thirty dolKw BILL MtlitAU Com lars to travel the same distance are still he says mutation tickets llrCrenrr of lower Forlsesl travel a workman can introduced bill to l to and from his work for two cents s cotton ti trip up to six miles for four cents up to ad edge twelve miles six cents up to eighteen twine blanket used miles and ten cents up to thirty miles thing and salt Yearly tickets g hk for thirty mile trips m the En Mr McCn ary calls Id for seventeen dollars and forty ran bleaaiua of man- cents The most curious tiling he kind and when in hi- tiring hat these fares are proving the campaign he referred to them as inle to the railroads from the entitled t free entry he wma always ap enormous increase in passenger traffic plaodcd of com the Democrats Prof Jsssei regards this sue a said Got MeOearj will cheep fares on the Austrian and HunestTday vise the tariff hut 1 thought I garian roads as suggestive of the still lin t give the Bepsblica greater profit to be derived from the if they have learned the zone system on American roads chano Baltt- them by the electa Â¬ -- HORSE NOTES At Lexington Saturday Brace a Kidd sold for MeCasBpbeOSS horse for 188- S D Bruce of 715 an average of 1820 New York sold 41 horses for 17820 an average of 44 horse men are pre- Â¬ dicting that the time will come- when the lest of trotting stallions will sell as high as half a million dollars We tear enthusiastic- Sunt that no one now on earth will ever live to see that day 11 1C Â¬ Â¬ Ke-n-i- i Â¬ Â¬ ft C THE iKESIDKNT AM THE ELECTIONS - N CLAY JR Any direct or specific allusion to the ItoftheNovi tions would ahly lx- - thought out of place in the Prc idents message and therefoie the public will not be mprisBd at tlie al aeno af any such allusion in the pr message of President HarriiMin That the tions might have some influence upon the recommend message or its treatment of some of the qncatione and measures ujxjn which the American eafie are supposed to have expressed their opinion in Novein ber would not have been unreasonable to sport If there le any naaaasa who cherished such an exectatiem however they will find themselves disapjointed There iv not one sylable in the message Man that President Harrison at taci idlest importane e or signifi cance to the expression of the opinions of his countrymen a majority of upluct of his administration or the wrk of the Fifty first Congress in its first session Only one thing is evident and that is that Mr Harrison dx s igree with the majority of his fellow Â¬ countrymen MtH THEEE IS Ml SU IN THE AIR u Illinois Missouri and Iowa have each over five million hogs Indiana Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Texas Kansis and Nebraska have each over two million of our fifty one million hogs Home Journal cat- Â¬ In Lincoln county eight eight 1500 pound tle sold at 2J cents cattle 31 cents 60 barrels corn 10 end lots of hoga at 325 to fSJCI four jennet colts 200 each 30 fat settle 1 550 to LjOOO pounds 4 cents Jos M Harlan of this county sold Friday to J F Collins of Richmond two jennets and a suckling jack colt by Hub- rignoli for 850 and to C B Mc Chotd one yearling jennet and another 4 montlis old Price on the latter private Danrille Advocate Geo McCormick and son J T MeCor miek bought of J P Duff his faim at cy cant come encer creek this count i mission But er a re Fifty l 8t acres and the trumpets seem drams this land has been in corn for 00 will speak together and their to have caught the echoes of the recent average popular ii mi ism n against the prohib speeches will be worth going to hear years with an annual tariff and are beginning a musical Brown may thrill the crowd and gut the bushels to the acre Mt Sterling Ad E P Owsley is progressing finely with most hurraing but Clay will make a good campaign for reform Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr John Philip Sousathe leader of the Marine Band in reply to an inqury by - to what should le haracter and cost of the music at the World Fair expresses the opinion that while American companions every jual should le given thii reference on all official days no composition should be perfonncd simply He adds with iiM it is American ly alliteration Much lias been naid alxjut excluding foreign omposi I contend that if we are to admit foreign machinery why not foreign mus-rinan sausage are welcomed why nan Symphonies If French ions why not French fantasies If Italian oils why not Italian odes If British merchandise why not British madrigals No Mr Editor we cannot stTientionsly extend an invitation to our friends across the way to visit us and restrict them to thehog en and the We are mi proud to say we can ien surpass your liardrare but not your har ssony your cutlery but not y ur count er mutton but not your mel- Â¬ ody No doubt sn ode will be written the fsiir Let the com en to the world and let the of him resth bedrises to the sublimity of the occasion gambit or own or Patagonia 8k- This is not only witty but wise but then it smacks of free trade and of course nothing looking in that direction has any ce under the high tariff regime We te all the world to our fair if we ion with hat the exhibitors cannot bring in their wares after the show is Clay Jr doesnt brag much on himself as an orator but it should not therefore be rashly inferred ra that he cant sjK ak and speak well tory comes as natural to a Clay as crajis to a darky and though the present candi date for Governor i only remotely con nected with the great Henry still bis branch of the family knows how to talk and to talk effectively his M Clay Jr is a son of the late Bratus J Clay who was a memlierof the Thirty eighth Congress and a prominent anu weathly farmer and stock raiser of Bourbon county Brutus J Clay wasthe son of Gen Green Clay of Madison far mer soldier and statesman one of the noted pioneeis of the State who trans- Â¬ mitted to all his descendants that intreji id spirit ami mental and physical power which he himself had received from his ancestors a Welsh baronet through one of the adventurous members of Sir Wal Cas- ter Raleighs colonial expedition sius M Clay Jr is a nephew of Cassius M Clay Sr the old lion of White Hall Madison county who looks out from his ancestral lair and occasionally growls his displeasure with the times whose great est sensations tame by comparison with the stirring events of his own career His nephew has the same vigorous spirit and the same intellectual stiength Ca sius 1ms never been afflicted M Clay Jr He has preferred with much ambition the life of a Kentucky country gentleman upon his splendid estates in Bourbon But his mettle has been tried and he stood the test He is a man absolutely without fear having always the courage of his convictions prompt decisive mas- Â¬ terful and with the qualities which go to make up the clear headed leader and the successful organizer He is a king bee in There is not a lazy bene a convention in his body He has a bead to plan a vitality that keeps him hustling and a will to execute When fortune smiles he is not flattered into indiscretion and when the fickle dame frowns he never gets panicky Opiosition develops in him resources and daring Tall and erect w ith strong features a clear penetrating glance and on air of poise and of indomi- Â¬ table courage he is a man who rises to his best in an emergency In the State Senate three years he led the memorable tight against the railroad lobby and was the only member of the committee to in- Â¬ vestigate the lobby who did not lose his head when the railroads developed such strength in the House and assumed an attitude of defiance annd retaliation To that and to his hustling he owes his m as President of the Constitutional Convention a position in which he has given increasing satisfaction being firm and ready and a born parliamentarian As intimated above Mr Clay can make But Mr Brown can a good speech make a better Mr Brown also knows But at that game Clay how to organize c ould probably give him half and beat him out Clay is too good a general to risk his fight to the stump but he is too M Â¬ Â¬ us Joseph one of Hornshy Bnis tavor ite brood mares years and 7 months old aired by Green Mountain Hack Hawk dam bv Milo a son of Grey Ragfe the great 4 mile race horse- - died the loth of November and a little re- Â¬ markable but nevertheless true she had never been in a stable or under shelter of any kind in IX years Farmer Bm Journal Ihe Boston Horse Breeder says It is certainly much to be regretted that Vicn Bismarck was not taken to Kentor tucky earlier in his life From his services in that State all his 2i0 performers have resulted and these Pi in number have all entered the list in the last four years one hi 1887 four in 1888 six in iid eight this year Victor Von bismarck is now S3 vear old The series of thoroughbred sales liegau this morning at Treacv A Wilsons stable The offerings were the property of J K Megibben V Co and were sold for a division by Messrs Bruce A Kidd The horses offered were yearlings brood mares and horses in training and a lietter selection of stock was never before offered at a sale The sale drew a large crowd of bidders from a distance who will remain in the city several days Thirty live head exclusive of the non catalogued bosses among them Palestiuei broosjht 137840 an average of fl0Sl r head a big average Palestine ch c 3 by Powhat tan dam Cachuca by King Alfonso was the first offeriaand not catalogued in the sale the property of W EL 1 emits This famous colt was started at taJOOO which was soon raised to 10000 The contending bidders were John Madden i B Morria and Byron McClelland the whom ran him up to 113000 which price lmughtthe colt Palestine is a No 1 colt and von the Kenwood Stakes fiv eights of a mile in 101 beating eleven others the Virginia Stakes live eighths of a mile- in l0i beating ten others the Kimball three quarters of a mile 125 pounds up in 117 r with five liehind him and the Handicap three quarters of a mile 4 jsiunds up in 110 lusting thirteen cithers Palestine is a half brother to that good colt Fresno and eoosee from HOWS THIS the great Dance family so prolific of great horses Bold witli engagements an We offer One Hundred Dollars reward follows Derby and Clark at Louisville for any case of catarrh that can not be Derby and Himyar at Lstosris Derby cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure -heridan and Drexel at Chicago Tracers F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O lyirillard and and Foxhall at Saratoga We the undersigned have known F Omnibus at Long Branch all for 180L J Cheney for the past IJ vears and be ljington Lender lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi- Â¬ ness transactions and financially able to CONCERNING FARMERS carry out any obligations made bv their Mr Dudley Tribble has sold to Mr firm West Traux Wholesale Druggists Arch Doty a jack and jennet Toledo O for 5100 Walding Kinnan Marvin WholeFire at the Jefferson Barracks stable sale Druggists Toledo O St Louis Mo roasted sixty six horses to Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally death Loss 16000 acting directly upon the blood and muIn Cincinnati Tuesday butcher cat- cous surfaces of the system Testimotle ranged from 1 to shippers nials sent free Price 75c per bottle SLTi to 475 feeders and stackers S17o 8old by all Druggist 3S29to 5340 C M Jones of Lincoln sold to E W Iee of Boyle two car loads of export cattle St 405 jier cwt to be delivered by the 20th In Boyle county a nice bunch of feed- Â¬ ing cattle sold at 3 cents 11 oxen 11500 fxiunds sold at li cents 30 hogs averag I iHunds Si40 M J Farris sold tSS prime cattle 1000 jKiunds at 425 Priest in Germany have advanced considerably both the scarceness of grain and the intention attributed to the govern ment of suppiessing certificates of origin for exportation having contributed to this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Edge-wate1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - He has al- Â¬ k packing business ready killed 150 hogs and will continue to slaughter 50 a day as long as he can get them at a reasonable price His gives employment to 12 or 15 person and presents a lively appearance fiird Journal At the sale of stock and crop of M G Tillett by Irvin Arnold assignee last week 120 head of sheep sold at joGO per head milch cows is 2100 bushels of 36 jier bay wheat BSota per bushel rick corn 230 per shock in the field one bam of tobacco sold at 200 and an- Â¬ other at 360 VernaUle The lank lean Texas steers worth only 11 cents per pound in the Stock Yards of Chicago are now being slaughtered by Who has made any mon the thousand Not a ey through raising such stock man Still such meat helps to drag down the price of the lietter that is grown on civilized farms Hoard OstresMn There are about 34000 registered cattle in the Cniled States and 13 per cent of these are bulls There arc over 82000 head of rcgistere d Jerseys sod only 28 per cent of them are bulls The Ayshires number 1477 the De ii71 Brown votis 11S2 Guernseys Bed Polled 745 Dutch L0 hmrmU Beldit 419 Fkrm n Monday last the tobacco warchouse--nieof Louisville had a representative at this place who endeavored to explain that the consolidation of the house to be controlled by s syndicate was to the ad Â¬ vantage of the growers We failed to learn his line of argument but it certainly must have been very uuique How ever it seems to have made but little im- Â¬ pression upon our people and the grow- Â¬ ers of the county will still push the matter of elf protection as promulgated by the convention held at Ix xington Mltsltington County Leader The western breeders of Jersey cattle who are interested in maintaining an or ganization are requested to meet at the Metropolitan Hotel in Kansas City Ie aid in the re organization of the Missouri Valley Jersey Breeders Association An informal meeting was held during the- - recent fair at which W Z Hickman of Lexingtoo Mo was elected chairman and Walton Holmes of Kansas City sec retary There never has been a time in the West when the little Jersey cow was more Kjiular and united effort on the part of the breeders will do mnch to hold the breed where it belongs at the head of the butter producing bovines Farm SeSM Jotrrual Those who in the last few years have been in a position to purchase good breed ing stock and thus get their herds in tine shape for the successful prosecution of their business and have not done so have made a great mistake At no time in the history- - of the- - country- - have all kinds of breeding stick been as low on average as they have been for some years Many thoughtful men have availed themselves of this to prepare themselves for making money in the decade which is now open- Â¬ ing Others thoroughly dise ou raged by the circumstances with which they were surrounded and believing that no good from stock raisini could ever be realized again have given up in despair and al- Â¬ lowed opportunities to pass them which in better times would have been gladly etabrseed He whose herds are made up of choice animals bought within a re- Â¬ cent period jKjssesses stock worth inmost SOto than he paid for it and is al- Â¬ most certain within a reasonable length of time to make money from his investment HoUtein Friaian fbyii The creation of the office of Commis sioner of Agriculture Libor and Statistics by the Con Con will be approved w ith pleasure by the large class of citizens it is intended directly to benefit Much of the benefit expectod from the establishment of this Bureau however w ill depend upon theliherality of the General Assembly in making appropriations from the State Treasury for support of the Bureau Experience has shown that the efficiency and value of the Bureau depends entirely upon the amount of money the Commissioner has at his disposal The information to be dissemi nated must lie Marched for and gathered by intelligent agents involving an expenditure of time and money which cannot with propriety not with imrrcm be levied on volunteer lonrspowhllla The ad vantage of making this Commissioner a Constitutional officer will be entirely regulated by the manner in which the General Assembly may from time to time provide for the extent of operation and consequent exjienses of the Bureau Frankfort CatitaL estab-lishm-nt Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dim uracils it CENTRAL UNIVERSITY KY RICHMOND NEXT SESSION OPENS INTERESTING TO EVERYBODY Wednesday Sept 10 1890 THUEE COLLEGES YES ITS READY -- FOR THK- - Streng Makes f S So Fourteen De Â¬ partments of Study A Great Fall And we are ready with our HOLIDAY TRADEo come and Classical Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Dacheor B A B S ami B L and Ma tcr If yon intend buying anything mentioned below it will pay yon to COME AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say OVERCOATS AT 500 600 700 800 900 1000 f8 L Degrees tive Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a speciait in his department Attendance last se ion 321 trom 25 States and Territor More than 100000 New Gymnasium added to the endowment last year i Expenses moderate to 240 for tuition board washing and servants attention Â¬ S and M Also Commercial and Elec M A M Bargains Theres no room for furtjier argument toek Our choice PPJ5PABAT0BY DEPARTMENT and two asitants tion to the thorough instruction and dis cipline of pupils The new GvmnaMtim contains a large studv hall seated with tinnledcaka come nient recitation rooms and all the equiptraining school ment of a Careful attention gives to physical training Students have access to the gmnasium and go through eiailv drills under the direction of a Pi ofcor Oratorical drill throughout the ear For further particular or catalogue apply to L II BL ANTON Chancellor Â¬ first-cla-s Largest Assortments The Best Selections The Newest Styles ASH I Prof R L Pl lli am M A Principal give undivided atten- And npwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked 181 ii T Eft r ULUinmu hi S flTUIMf- AT i Sxxits of - 500 600 Soots is now Shots and Hats Lowest Prices We 1 70 8oo 900 1000 f 9 And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked A 9U D RUFF IM- BOOTS AT Worth fully 15 per cent more than asked Mens c3 Boy 8150 175 offered at prices which make ns beyond qoestion the LOWEST PRICE HOUSE IN TOWN quality considered Above us aland no compe stock below ns lie no com We have ele peling prices gant goods ami plenty ofl We have all the lead- them ing and representative FALL line DRESS GOODS General MercliaBfiisB 1 200 250 300 350 itJWlfA WINTER STYLES Â¬ in the city and f At Prices Dry Booth Of All Kinds fits yq j imiHUElUIKUB -- I for Ladies Getits and Childrens wear Our prices si homo shell lor competitors hut a blessing for the people Our prices may startle hut they will not vex the caretul buyer SOOTS and SHOE Alter F hich ra goods j DEAIEIl IX- - Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance Ladies Blisses of 25 per cent Watcbes Clocks Jewelry Kilver and Special Lfe any object to Villi Are tlie Are the h ulitif 1 Â¬ in this eoui than 150 on th lar j Mens B f 1 00 any induce ment daihifle Plateel warf etc ti I 0 BSfc Cloaks al and Childrens top attention given to 84000 f Flannels Eye Opensrs PETTING DIAMONDS If so come in and take a look All bought at the at our splendid new goods thoSf prices and can BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON litiem with any city A line of Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent AND OTHEK PKECIOUrf STOXfcH ST Jeansc REPAIRING Promptly done ami in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Dont forget to come and see me It will pay yon Sr Dont lorget the place next dexir to the Post office Rict mouei Ky 30- So great in assortment Bo bon Â¬ g pleading in style iest in quality So reasonable IN FLUSH AM lisirwA in nrie p live ns md lowet H t1 T and we will give you lor yowl fsTWe are ah monev more toots or Shoes or show oui any 51 CLOAKS Hats than town other house in 1 before you purcl - H J STRENG GORMLEY HS THE -- IMBQBSSi amW Fie WE KEEP HOG- THE BEST IS OUR- - FINEST LINE OF KILLING TII1UUL AND- - 8IDIES Bid for Your Trade Â¬ Saddlery uls lfr TIME 18 AT HAND 1 HARDWARE DFoir JBctle Our Goods are of our PRICES RE Fall and Winter purchase was made AND with a view of offering the best qualities at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful Trotting Horse buyer tc A VOL C N BUY YOl R- - Butcher Knivo IqurflkwiiiLmEto A PI t3 0 qju LruTriri nnjTXUTJiJTJXriruTruTJiJTruiJTj ii RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD iV THE WMLf Meat Cutters Lard KettI SPECIAL Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ WHOLE M M 0 0 ing Stoves V C Gormley Co E i 0 S t a 0 e o fiJ 3 It INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Tie Oldest and Strongest American Companies Lard Caus e CLAUDE SMITHS GO P M POPE Cheaper than yon can find them elaewhere These goods were bought before the Mc Kinky Bill got in its work School for Giris MISS p H 0 4 o o C2 NORTH AMERICA SPRINLJFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GEHMANIA MERCHANTS BESSIE BARBOUR take a q Class twenty D I For instruction in English French and German Terms other particulars will he known in persem or hy cin BBBrv SElsHnk IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF ROCK BOTTOM RATES Dont forget our office is at the Farmers National Bank BURNAM HUME N B Tobacco Bams Country Stores aud Milling property specialties 33 32 I HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF US having cinnati will URIE B returned from the Const 1 Tat ory of COOK AND HEATING Â¬ Â¬ Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc take pupils in vocal and instrumental music al her room in the new school building in tho rear of the First Pres Church School will open on September Mh RAH result OjST13 si Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is nfeasast and refreshiug to the taste sud acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers aud erne habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kiud ever produced pleasing to the tsste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly benoScial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its inauy excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known ayron of Figs is for sale in 50c ana 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have k on hand will procure it promptly lor any one to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ enjoyo RICHMOND COAL THE to STOVES -- TiTlilTEiiSiaiiiEiiifwTsHsli So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price MDJIIIEIi CO JUST COME IN- - undersigned have formed a partner sell all kinds of Coil and Lum ber at the lowest maikct price and re- specttully request a liberal patronage from the public The vards are located on Orchard Street and also on Third Street where we will build a warehouse upon the completion of the new railroad to this place T S BRONSTON HEATHS mu CALL AND SEE ME lOAL YAR Of C02Ll - M M HARBER RICHMOND GIVE US A CALLAND WEWILL GIVE YOU A BENEFIT All KiHS PLUMBING Sanitary CO Not Lump and Anthracite V0RIESSCrOOLFIEIMCO The Only One Price Cash Clothiors 13- - SAN FRANOiSCO CAL lOUlSViUC KY NEW YOttK f NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFIC1 Al orders promptly filled and work guaranteed And all gas pipe used t of the right size according to the rules and regulations of the Water and Light Company No 227 W Main Sti P S The FIVE CENT COL opposite Hotel Glyndon Pot office ad drew Lock Box 15 is in full blast now 13 Plumbing Steam Gas Fitting P M POPE Df All VIhREI est S Had H ORDB or Power THECLIMAX VrtaMftTt Metebcr and His Ffnees and Friends Mr John Hiato was in town Thura- n Srttobtr 10 1890 hain mnH MIU ra t Fletcher the departed fence rs R X Whit man He says that he bought them of ftaro house for rent See ad of Dr Mr Dan ChcnauH attorney at law this Jennings places and that they were represented to him as good as gold He further says lr S K Turner was not expecttliat a man who would give a plain note live through law nignu for value received to a stranger ought sale A piv mMean and grounds to pay it when found in the hands of Lf IfrG W HcM aa innocent purchaser law or no law to the front in to the contrary Your friend notwithstanding c Bead and p Mr Baxter Wells bought the notes of Martin and Ogg In the mean time r iilson lias taken an oti Fletchers little hand machine is repos- Heath with Dn HilMicct ntly in the mill yard of Myers ad anthra- Winter millinery See Mrs Bourn KiHU MY 11 - iJ T lt Ia1 Iim-18 vvl i fr the fr 4 Midlleton bought their im tliristuias stock K fore the Mc- mimc Brooks Kxhnaung The removal of the remains from the old burying ground to the cemetery is e in progress So far nothing iut frag- Â¬ PhaeUi baa aaa himself up in new and jiaint ami is decidedly glossy ments of bone- - have been found A lower jaw with only eight teeth was the holidays first taken up They were lour on each nraap- White A Allen offer go side anil in the center was a space two until January Is inches wide where the tone was per L elsewhere fectly smooth without any evidence of KT Docklev who has beamappoiated teeth ever having existed It meaMir Lrer at I iwrcnceuurj ed five inches from side to side but only st of dutv four inches from a line with the angle of I The person must is in Cincinnati the jaw to the chin Footer The pie of weeks among have had a peculiarly shaped face skull was not found - in the interest of his profes- The town has already lcgun t blast rock from the ground for street paranatal removed from Within Pr II B Koh the next few years the old bit place at Valley View will have been lowered tea Elation on the Three Farfca at or twelve feet to the level of Main street Â¬ bury-ing-grou- fBe fint Wrwk The first wreck on the Three Forks since its formal opening occurred to the mixed train on Friday afternoon be Â¬ tween Vaiiey View arid Million Slowing up on a curve an empty box car went off the track at a tangent lost both its trucks which were jammed back under the front of the passenger coach and knocked the next forward car from its hind trucks causing considerable jolting of the passengers and a few slight wounds Mrs T J Potts and little daughter had just cotten on at Mil- Â¬ lion and the little girls cheek was pain- Â¬ fully bruised The baggage master was caught between a big trunk and a par- Â¬ tition and pushed through the latter laming him in the ankle It so happened that a construction train was following and the force was set to work to clear up the wreck Con Â¬ ductor Adams is a veteran railroader aud a Louisville tornado and a Johns- Â¬ town flood combined could not excite him so he went steadily to work and in aliout four hours jacked up the box car dump til it over the embankment extricated the trucks from under the coach reset the forward car on its trucks adjusted the twelve or fifteen ties that were jam med together like planks in a floor and left for Versailles Several passengers including The Climax who had started to Lexington stopped off at Nicholas ville and retained to Richmond at 3 oclock in the morning The wreck happened near where the construction train was wrecked last spring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iiirkylii r- Scott will sell the IW iinn of 4 J acres sitnat Bear linn on Ken ti ith 1 Pernliar cud 1 earful Disease Mrs J Harry IJrent a prominent lady A an exceedingly Drop had been suffering for several months Cttriam take a liHik at them anil you will from what was supiosed to be sciatic rheumatism and suffering intensely Wednesday abeat BOOB Dr Wash Fith Silvia Hill colore ian was called and on examination to Kansas several years ago found one of the femurs broken a short aj ly fri nds here read distance below the hip Dr Fithian fty dullars all in jail then catted in Dr Joe Fithian and they Benny for fifteen years a iner- - placed the patient under the influence of lniKinl has made an assign- - chloroform to set the limb and shortly iH nelit uf hiM retlitors His after they got through the other femur aaapped in ahead the same place Dr itirely in tl Wash Fithian whom the News interloha Iark and wife parents of viewed Mrva that in all of his practice of yooag men of that name who forty tw yean this is the first cae of the time to time lived in Rich- - kind that ever canoe under his observa itcl the SOtb anni- tion their man Orjiban brigade Middleton boaffht so many Prof Bhaler in SrilinerV Magazine - their house wouldnt a unit the Laaaa says of the Orphan Brigade of the aud lv calling there you will Kentucky Confederates in May 7th Is this brigade then - a dimpbrj that will dazzle your with General Joseph Johnson marched lox Iioase belonging to Mr C T out of Dattoa 1140 strong at the of the great retreat upon Atlanta Htaated betweea Batreef ami the before the army of Sherman In the uarry was burned Mniiday subsequent hundred days or until Bep cupieil in jiart by Nathan tjmber 1st the brigade was almost con a colored man aboaf 80 years old tinuously in action or on the march wli nearlv every tiling be bad In this period the men of the command W 11 Smith who killed lioliert Baaav received I sou death or hospital wounds laint Lick twelve years ago the dead counted as wounds and but ii nd himself to the authorities fit one wound being counted for each visiAt the end of ii ia t Wednesday but a telc- - tation of the hospital rom the sheriff of iarrard county this time there were less than 50 men hill the police of Richmond said who bad ant been wounded during the - the principal witnesses hundred days There were 240 men left for duty and less than 10 men de I or l nc serted A search into the history of warile will pleasantly remem- - like exploits hits failed to show aae any the pretty music endurance of the worst trials of war surthe college a lew years ago passing this jing lullabys now instead The brigade originally numbered to ptac boat oooo men but the battles of s arrietl Mr Sam Deatheeage Stone River Chickamaaga Missionary two years ago and on Satur- - Ridge and other battles had dwindled Iii Niuid boy arrived to it to 1140 as stated above Peril Sett nnioa The little fellow has Iton Knibry and is said to The Tie Cases hairy that ever a The cases of the State against W C Lane and WMBlount were called lie fore Judge Cuenault on Wednesday Changes Mr Blount went into trial and was the Ki limond Piano Co will shortly witness He testified that principal the new store room under the some months ago he was exchanging The Kicliniond Bhnub- gMls for railroad tics and that he turn will occupy the atore raean now ed the latter over the K C every month utt iv Fraaee and When Mr and received pay therefor naalt will move to their Lane came into the service of the road n occupied be said to Blount that he Lane occas I arlcs Jacob- ionally had an opportunity to purchase a low rate and being in the em learLrrarj Firm of the road preferred not to pot the took poasoa ploy Wand IilXobb the Huniey livery stable on Irvine ties in his own name but would like to opposite the jail on last Tuesday add them to Blounts bill This arrange Lane certifying to the Mr Silas T Cobb the ment continued correctness of the accounts until Blount well known farmer and atock toadar of ceased to have any transactions with tie Qty they are familiar with the in ereat many rela- - men But Line continued to send monthly bills of 40 to 0 in the name nd friends and will doubtless aeon- Mr Blount suposed of of Blount course that Line was really furnishing Used Appointments bat the railroad says it received BO i of Itev 1 1r Phil Bai am in consequence was defrauded this place has been ap Judge Chenault thought the case should lid physician at the lunatic go to the Circuit Court and held the de at Lexington He receives fendant in the sum of S4M which he a year and expense- - which is promptly gave but it remains for the or a young man just out of medi- - higher courts to say whether or Rot he is in any way liable for carelessly allowIr Silas Kvans who married Miss ing his name to be used by Line 1 asjdstar of Dr K C jni waived an examination and was nit formerly of Richmond takes held in the sum of 700 which he gave Dr Jonesat the asylum and iV Has of Paris is seriously alllcted with an un common disease consisting of decay of the liones The News says Mrs Brent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 V Â¬ lt Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ at Kicliniond The memliers of the Constitutional Convention were entertained by the citizens of Richmond Thursday in royal style AlKiut four fifths of the members were present and many ladies A spec ial train conveyed them from Frankfort and they were met at the Richmond de jMit by a large delegation with carriages and conveyed to Central University where they were given a grand reception The order of exercises embraced speeches by Roan Tohn D Harris C F Buruam J A Sullivan of Madison lions C M day of Boarbon W J Hendrick of Fleming C J Bronston of Lexington J D Clardy of Christian B H Young of Louisville C T Allen of Caldwell and J C Beckham of Shelby As the time was limited the exercises at the college were followed by the ban Â¬ quet at the Hotel ilyndon where one of the finest suppers these law makers ever sat down to was phased before them The crowd who gathered around the board is estimated at four hundred The special train went over the new road from Tersailles to Richmond It presents a grand view of Kentucky river scenery There were some wine glasses on the table but no wine It was said some 300 botdeahad been ordered but it was deemed not procr to use it when it was Did the found ladies were to attend ladies give enough brightness without wine The Hotel ilyndon building is truly a Mr Willis pays a credit to Richmond rent of 200 per month and in the last three months has cleared 2300 He is expecting to diafnee of his lease Al though the company was larger than was eapetted yet the very fine feast prepared would have satisfied to the utmost a larger crowd 1arix Kintiikian Citizfn Con Cons Â¬ ten County Bolls then an analysis showing the chemical composition is of grbat value but if on the other hand it is not what it should be stich an analysis Is likely to lead to error because no mat- Â¬ ter how rich a soil may be in the miner- Â¬ als altsorbed and digested by the plant unless the physical condition is correct the plant cannot properly assimilate them The chemical composition of those soils whose basis is the Lower Silurian lime stone show them to be rich in all the mineral ingredients of plants and espec- Â¬ ially rich in potash and phosphoric acid Where the surface rock is magnesian limestone a large per cent of magnesia is present in the soil Analyses of the Red Bud Soils near El list on and elsewhere show as much as one per cent of magne- Â¬ sia This may appear to be a very small amount but nevertheless it represents 20000 founds of magnesia to the acre esÂ¬ timating to the depth of 8 inches This land is specially adapted to the growth of corn as this grain contains and requires more magnesia than any other The large proiortiou of 753 per cent of potash 387 per cent of phosphoric acid and 248 per cent of lime carbonate lie sides their richness in organic matter render these soils whose basis Ls lime- Â¬ stone capable of producing in profitable quantities any vegetable product that can be grown in this climate They are es jiecially adapted to the growth of blue grass oats hemp corn rye and clover It has been said of them that the corn raised here contains 5 per cent more strength or carbonaceous fat producing principles than that grown outside of the Blue Crass Region Those soils not over limestones or black shale are not so rich and as a rule are found in hilly country If planted in orchards and vineyards they would prove more profitable than if planted in anything else Â¬ and hopes that he may continue to pros Â¬ per Lexington Transcript Mrs Gov Jas E- Cantrlll had the hon 6i of placing Mrs Potter Palmer in norrii nation for Permanent Chairman of the ladies branch of the Worlds Fair Com Â¬ mission at the recent meeting of the Com Â¬ mittee in Chicago Aftef the election which Was unanimous in fator Of Mrs Palmer Mrs Cantrill was appointed one of the two to escort her to the chair The Chicago Times spoke very complimenta- Â¬ ry of Mrs Cantrill s nominating speech Ueorgetovm Timet Y M ft A fiaspel Songs A new collection of ixcred music for male voices compoed and arranged by DfJi B Herbert Designed especially for V M Z A Meetings It contain appro- Â¬ priate selections for male voice Church choir supplemented with a complete ele Â¬ mentary department prepared expressly Mailed po naid for 35 for mens voices cents J J BROOKS B M MIDDLETON CHRISTMAS BROOKS MS MIDDLETON We have them and the finest lot in town at that THE FINEST LOT OF In Design Finishand Qyalitv 145 147 Watwuh Ave Chica6 111 it CLAVS Â¬ Madison Couniy O A Â¬ tveniui rv Its Soil and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F to Anchor The Kolibers Again Bark room Mrs McCord wakeful did not hear the rob A rock about the right size to crack a fellows noggin was left near the lx d Squire P T Phelps was up stairs and beard the thieves but thought one af the family was up walking alsmt On Wednesday Bight the houses of ti J i James B Parkes White and Bring near Kingston were entered and an at- Â¬ A tempt made at OoL u orge Herds Yet Alive Many will recognize in the person set small sum of money van secured from forth lielow by the Stanford Journal the Mr White but ujon entering Col Roy proprietor of the old Francis House in Whites room he awoke and the thieves Bai in md twenty or more years It is a Noticeable fact that with the who traded his hotel to a patent pump exception of the McCord case the and then threw the puuip awav number three in each locality ili- - old acquaintances were stir Why are not these thieves caught vesU rday to see Mr Bryant Hutchison How can they go all over the county whom theylo urnedasdrownel Ran aobody seen BH few years ago he left and not be seen a hours going king that he would seek strange men at unusual How do they get aliout the country a watery grave and for thr his frieade dragged Cedar Creek and Dix through the toll gates without being Do they travel on foot or noticed Kiver for him but alas he wasnt there Which way ack or in vehicles Change st the ilyndon Arc-- they not do they go and come t Hay brothers mysterious ieDowaT Why cant some Â¬ Why cant Hotel ilyndon and bought body shoot one of them somebody get a glimpse of them suffi- Â¬ I C Y Willis iv is six thousand dollars Io they leave cient for a description Mr Willis is genera manager Mr Will no fHtprints or other evidence behind Haj Again whv the torn walker dont you and Mr Lea Hey And will look after the billiard room anil fasten your doors and windows bar it the Lords prayer distinctly and Mr J B Willis has had charge positively common d you to lead us not W Wi i Then why do you do into temptation lias made conaide i robber the right to enter and the new proprietors know therefore the door of which is found I and take everything he can so long as you do not fm in Kentuck the Phoenix in Lexington and one or two in anl kill him or run him out a and windows fast Lot i good I e open and a good shot- town and nnder the the present man agement the olyndon will flourish The grading is all done between Richmond and Irvine and the bridges are up Nothing SaÂ¬ nmina to Ik- - don except the putting down tie- - and rails and it is lielieved tint will Ik- done within the next few Work between Irvine and J tyville will not lx- resumed lefore next I Wrk on the road has in consequence for the On Monday Bight thieves entered the Stops un the Three Forks near residence of Mr Wm McCord Qgto the depression of the money BooneaboroQgh ami taking bis pants t in New York the construction from under his head searched them in can not at present find sale for But on going to Ix d he had taken his and is then lore short of funds monev from the pockets and put it else present where usually aKit the - - rob-lx-ri- i - i Â¬ Mineral Pesonrces Kennedy la Trades Journal iTroieseor ITS soil There is probably no county in the State whose geological formations present a greater diversity than do those of Mad On account of this diversity there ison can 1h- p resented no single analysis of a soil from which an idea can Ik- - formed of the soil of the whole county for the soil of a lix ality depends either upon the kind of rock that underlies it or upon materia that has been transported by water from some other locality In some parts of the county the surface rocks are fossiliferous limestone black shale or sandstone while in other parts still thev are conglomer ates By disintegration each has produced a different soil different both in physical condition and chemical composition Then again soils of transportation art found in the county lMn examination of the geological Beep of Madison County it will be found that nearly all of the surface rocks west of the K C Railroad line belong to the Lower Silurian age which in this section of the country indicates that they are all limestones and here the greater portion is blue fossiliferous limestone and a small jHirtiou of magnesian limestone and the soils are uniformly rich East of the K C Railroad line the map indicates quite a diversity of geological formation and in consequence quite a diversity of surf- Â¬ ace rock and soils Here are found the p rest soils in the county but none so poor that they cannot lie made valuable at a small expense by the judicious use of fertilizers Before going further with the subject it will uot be out of place to say a few words on soils in general A good soil depeiuls not only upon its chemical constituents but also upon its physical condition which is determined by the amount of sand clay and organic matter or humus which it contains If it contains too much sand it is a light soil easy of cultivation but tending constant- Â¬ ly to sterility on account of the ease with which it allows water saturated with sol- Â¬ uble plant food to pass through and out of it If it contains too much clay it is a heavy soil very tenacious difficult to work and cold but capable of holding If it contains moisture and fertilizers too much humus it is peaty and if not properly drained will be soggy such a soil is usually deficient in some essential mineral constituent A soil with the proper physical condi- Â¬ tions will be one whose condition equally removed from too great compactness and too great permeability fits it to absorb and retain the due amount of moisture while giving easy exit to anv overplus to jK rmit the ready access of air and to absorb and utilize the warmth proper to its location By the comparison of many analyses it is found that a soil to meet these condi tions must contain from 60 to So percent of sand from 10 to 30 per cent of clay and from 5 to 10 jiercent of humus Now every soil of Madison County that has been analyzed shows the projier propor Â¬ tions of these three important ingredients There are however soils in the hilly eastern and southern part of the county that no doubt will not show the proper proportions neither will those near Ellis-ton that are known as the slashy craw- Â¬ Probably two thirds of the fish lands soils of the county have the proper phys- Â¬ The lands that have not ical condition the proper physical condition and that are properly drained can be improved ling more of that ingredient in which it is deficient Frequently this can be done at a small expense and wherever done the difference in the yield will show that it was not labor thrown away If the physical condition of a soil is what it should be as it is iu most of Mad- Â¬ Beds of valuable clay are found in the eastern part of tjiis county near Waco Bybetown and Speedwell For a number of years the clay of some of them has been used to make flower pots pickle jars etc but recently new beds have leen opened They are all translocated clays that is clays that have not been formed in place but have been deposited heieby water They seem to be inexhaustible and are in beds easy of access The mere fact of their being anaaalacatad clays is almost sufficient evidence that they are not fire clays although the purer clay is sufficiently infusible to resist the heat of the blow pipe flame but that which is less pure fuses owing probab ly to their large proportion of iron oxide and potash Four analyses of these clays have been made by the Kentucky Geolo Â¬ gical Survey but none as yet has been made of the more recently opened beds All four of these analyses show a high percentage of potash and two a high jiercentage of iron oxide and magnesia As those with the highest percentage of potash iron oxide and magnesia are re jiorted fusible and those with only pot ash in excess almost infusible and as from the new beds are infusible before the blow pipe flame it is reasonable to supjiose that they contain less of these three ingredients and in sonsequence will give a more favorable analysis Some of this clay is almost pure white some a light gray and some yellowish mottled with light brown It is what is termed a fat clay and feels soapy As it is a fat clay it will contract on burn- Â¬ ing but as there is an abundance of clean white sand in the immediate neighborhood this fault can be remedied The practical tests to which this clay has been subjected have all proved that it has a wide range of utility The being carried white clay without through any process of purification burns to a delicate cream color and the yellowish to a very light pink If thev should lie subjected to the usual process of purification they would no doubt burn sufficiently white to make ordinary tableware It is better adapted however to the production of ornamental china sewage ware terra cotta drain tiles pipes and all the commoner articles made of clay so useful in every day life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Drag Store For Sale THIN COLUMN Doctors Bales and Kincaid offer for sale Even the rich bluegrass county of there drug store building at Kingston and Woodford has a road called the Craw Â¬ their prosperous drug business conducted Both propritors being physicians fish road Richmond has a Miller call- Â¬ therein in actie practice and having other outside ed Crawfish Miller business wish to lighten there work by Winchester tries hard to keep up with selling the drug store We have secured the Luxon house for the DISPLAY of our HOLIDAY Sale December Soon as Richmond lost a Richmond GOODS Go there at once and see by all odds One half cash the 20th 1890 Terms mill by fire Winchester did the same interbalance in one and two years witn Now she is trying to get the con con 26 27 est anc lien and will do so if she can can Til Qrudest Display of Ckristms Beheld i Tour The McKinley Bill has effected the The editor of the Cumberland rap unless more prosperous than other edi- Â¬ price rn tin ware but our fruits and canBE PARTICULAR TO INSPECT tors cant afford to get drunk oftener dies are cheaper than ever 26 27 F Weckesser Co than once a week for we read in his paper of the 4th inst where A B Me LOST Glanoy was fined 505 for a plain drunk FOR LOVELY IN FANCY AND TOY BOOKS we cant be turned down Capt Howard of the U S Army has Morday night between Methodist TOILET AND MANICURE SETS we are ahead With VASES written up the Sioux Indians and names church and mv home one pair Gold CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS we take the among the most prominent Lone rimmed spectacles Finder leave same Our COLLAR and CUFF ragoffthebuNh Wolf Red Dog Good Buffalo Slow Bull at A G Woods Drug Store and get reBOXES are perfection Big Foot Poor Dk Hard ward Blue Horse MRS S P WALTERS Heart White Hawk Red Cloud Two EVERYTHING HT 0T7B LISTS THAT Y0TJ CAST WASTT or SHOULD HAVE Elks Dirt Face Webber High Wolf and Fine Playing Cards REMEMBER the LUXON BUILDING Our Drug Store was too small These are all good names Send ten 10 cents in stamps or coin to to hold our display and we secured another house in fact beautiful but scarcely equal to John Sebastian Genl Tkt and Pass Agt Shack nasty Jim of the Modoc tribe Chicago Rock Island Pacific Rv Bruce Champ has established a tor a pack of the latest smoothest slickest Whack column in the Bourlion News playing cards that ever gladdened the eyes and he takes a whack at the generality and rippled along the fingers of the devotee 26 8 of mankind in general We recall an to High Five Seven Up Casino Dutch instance that will suit the whack col- Â¬ Euchie Whist or any other ancient or umn A rich but stingy boy came to modern game and get your moneys worth After five ti nes over Richmond and entered college it some time and frequent suggestions his Youll have more respect for a dollar professor told him that he must not apÂ¬ you learn what it can do for you at pear in the class room again without a when 26 27 Weeks pencil So the boy went reluctantly to a store bought a red cedar pencil laid Hume are agents for first Biknam down the money and sighed as he said to class nsurnce companies Try them Been here only three months himself 33 7S7ES and whack goes a nickel Insjre with the N Y Life Assets over a hundred million 24 27 CORRESPONDENCE Christmas Goods IN TOWN our lay out can not be beat Tcilst rs Mirrors Albums MUSIC BOXES SHAVING SETS MANICURE CASES MUSIC ROLLS VASES hi to Portfolios INK STANDS FANCY Perfnes PICTURES STATIONERY JOUR SUPERB LINE OF ALBUMS TOT and FANCY BOOKS PAPER KNIVES Â¬ ttais and every Sew Tsui iris 5- the holiday goods line faiag else iaisisable ia Ear-of-co- POWER HAGAN BROOKS MIDDLETON MADISON Monumental Works RICHMOND KY I- GET We wish to wind up our All that bought a book Monday hold business by January 1st and up your hands hope all parties indebted to us Protracted services closed at the M B will favor us with a settle- Â¬ Church Tuesday night with two addiment of their accounts before tions COLLEGE HILL AWAY TTVITH JE3M Â¬ Everybody seems anxious to bear the Three Forks train whistle up in the Sour Woods Rev Doran is conducting a protracted meeting at Doylesville Everybody in- Â¬ vited to attend Charley Combs while hunting for coons succeded in catching an enormous opossum weight 27 lbs Drop your pennies in the contribution box on entering the Sunday School class That is all required at present The Union City burglars have not yet visited our quiet little town and if thev come we will make it hot for them Horseback riding is the most fKipular pastime with the young ladies here at present the Misses Nannie Norris Ida and Jennie Demaree being among the most graceful riders It is so often remarked by some of our citizens that they know the news from abroad but never know what is going on at home Subscribe for your county papers and then you will always be up with the times and news of the day Everett Willoughby of Bloomington 111 is visiting his friends and parents He will probably stay until here Spring Mr E is quite a fine looking young man and making a good impres- Â¬ sion on some of the fair ones and pros Â¬ pects are good for him having company on his return home or by that time Crooke Bennett Urmston Â¬ Every time and prove ourselves to be the best in the field of business 2326 The cow that gave the ice cream is dead but Week is living and doing a streaming business 26 27 Every -- - Character Were Still Here Waiting for the next man who thinks he can compete with us in good prices or any other way and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most Lcok well before you leap Insure with the N Y Life The strongest Life Insurance represented in the Coun- Â¬ ty - COLOSSAL MOU STATVARY OR MOST ELABORATE Donklson has a quantity of new Sulkies Surries and Buggies of the newest and nost popular pattern and at very 8-reasonable figures Â¬ ouaea Our prices compete with Designs furnished on application CUSTOM CROWDS Provide for your family in the event of deati Insure with the New York Life See B C Potts 24 27 A tree is known by its fruit known by ours 26 27 Imported Native Marble Attracted by our marvelously low prices and GRANITE always on hand and see me We are Co A D FLORA F Weckesser Imm 10 k I Cents Doien - 11 C Potts agent for the N Y Life has written over Soooo since the 20th of August in the county 2427- - I have moved my Blacksmith and Wood Shop to my two story building on Third Street and am prepared to do blacksmithing and wood work in a true Sweet Florida Oranges 25 Cents per Dozen f a 00 so a GO workmanlike manner 1 employ eight skilled workmen Bring your work to me and I will guarantee satisfaction S L MIDRIFF 11 used M5 WntSLows Soothimo Stcp has been for for their ffft r fifty yeari by millions of motheri children while teethluu with perfect success It sot thes the child softens the rums allays all pain cuies wind cill and la the best remedy for Dlar rhta It will rellere the poorInlittle sufferer Im every part of the mediately Sold by Druggists world 25 rent a bottle Be sure and ak for Mrs W I aslo ws boothln k Syrup and take no other kind nunc dDnt ask you to take our word but invite you to come and compare our prices and quality of goods with others This is no before buying elsewhere BLOW as we guarantee everything sold exactly as represented Or else refund your money AVe o a 0 S r 3 S g 2 1 For Orer Fifty Yearn p TO RELIGIOUS The pastor of the colored Baptist church immersed forty of his flock in Clarks Run Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large crowd of witnesses The weather was cold and chilly to those on the banks of the stream and probably to those in the stream also Danrillt Advocate The Christian church at Lancaster has decided to uphold the officers in the res- Â¬ toration of pure religion by the heads of families discountenancing dancing and card playing in their own houses But a dramatic company has been organized in the town composed of home talent and the reportoire includes sensational socie- Â¬ ty dramas Elder Philip S Fall an aged and be-Â¬ loved minister of the Christian church died at his home in Frankfort on Tuesday He had reached the advanced age of ninety two was a pioneer in the Ref- Â¬ ormation movement a man of spotless He had given seventy years of integrity his life to church work and the good he has accomplished eternity alone will re- Â¬ veal Record Â¬ 3 3 Â¬ LIMESTONE The greater jiortion of the limestone of this country is blue fossiliferous lime-Â¬ stone which crumbles too quickly to he useful for building purposes Some of the magnesian limestone in the eastern portion of the county will burn to a fine quality of quicklime Where the Devonian rocks are pres-Â¬ ent much of the limestone is saturated with petroleum t Small cavities are BorÂ¬ found in it filled with petroleum ings have been made here for both pe- Â¬ troleum and natural gas but as yet with but little success Here too are found limestones whose composition is not unlike that of the hydraulic limestone of the Ohio Falls One of these from near the upper waters of Muddy Creek has been tested and proven to be a hydraulic limestone None are now utilized Good building stone but not the best can be obtained in the county IRON o s 1 r 5 a buy a Sulky Surrey Buggy or Carriage call on Donesonfor he as the latest best and cheapest Il you want to 1 - 5- Slieep For Sale I have 2300 sheep for sale including 1000 select ewes H H Colyer 10- - s - F Weckesser Si Co Fruit Dealers 5 rs m 3L Leading Confectioners ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB CIRCUIT COURT CLERK k Â¬ date for Circuit Court Clerk of MadiMiu Â¬ county subject to the actiou of the Demo4V- crat c party B O POKII of Speedwell Is a candi- m S T a I TO 9 a 3 1 m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FORRENT The Store House on Main Street now occupied by W B Benny from January Apply to me or J E Green 1st 1891 leaf at Richmond National Bank A SWEEPING REDUCTION Will be made from now until January 1st 1891 throughout our entire Stock and to accomplish this end you will find a corresÂ¬ 3 2 3 z y - S a Q z Most of the iron ores of this county In some are limonites and siderites MATRIMONIAL localities they are abundant All that examined contain too little have been Mr James Smith and Miss Martha J The rich- Â¬ iron to be mined profitably of Dougherty were married at the County est found contains only 20 per cent Clerks office on Friday Dec 5th 1890 by pure iron Squire Wm Willis A crowded house COAL and several married men signified their Only a small portion of Madison is intention of employing the Squire should covered with the rocks of the Carbonif- Â¬ they ever get married again They are found in the erous Age Our County Clerk issued three marri- Â¬ Southwestern portion and contain a few age licenses during the past week the narrow veins of coal which is of little grooms all being On the 27th farmers value owing to the excess of sulphur and to Mr J M Bell of Lincoln and Miss mineral constituents or ash which it con- Â¬ Nannie Thompson aged 17 of Garrard tains on the 2nd inst to S Edgington a young A little lead combined with heavy farmer 19 years old and Mrs Mandy spar or barium sulphate is found here Ray widow of 36 a toth of Madison on as it is in other parts of the State the 4th to Mr David Long of Madison and Dollie Broaddus of Garrard Lan PERSONAL cotter Record WILL JENNINGS LOT M SALE I offer for sale the residence and Eighty foot grounds on Third street iroiit new house with three rooms kitchen cellar outbuildings Sic All in good repair On street car line Â¬ Taken Up 20- - G W PICKELS ASSIGNEE ceived NOTICE Â¬ ponding IN REDUCTION PRICES On every article in the house as sa Istny On the 1st day of November 1S90 there came to mv place at the mouth of Upper Howards Creek in Madison county with snip nose and four white feet about Owner can have same by 15 years old paying all charges and proving property J A BRIMBACK Dec 1st el Mare FOR HALE Sealed bids will be reby the undersigned for stock of BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS as signed to me by W B Benny T L CASSELL Assignee 26 37 J A Sullivan Atty Â¬ Our Cloak Stock Is still in fine condition both as to sizes and qualities Now is the time to make your purchases as we are satisfied each and every one of you like i8qo City Lotsjor Sole Mr R C H Covington attended the DIED Bullock nuptials at Falmouth Mr Charles Myers and wife of Lex- Â¬ John R Shaw died in Frankfort last ington came over to the funeral of his week aged 64 years He once lived in brother Madison Ulaa IOve Wherritt of Covington who Mrs Rhodes Collins died at her home is attending college at Richmond return- Â¬ near Fairburg 111 November 11 1890 ed Monday to school after a delightful The remains were buried in this county visit to Miss Bessie Wherritt Lancaster The deceased was a daughter of Noah Record Tevis of the Waco neighborhood Mr Alexander Campbell Thompson Dudley Myers died in Richmond Ky grandson of the great reformer son of the on Saturday December Cth 1890 aged 44 postmistress of Louisville and cousin of years The funeral was preached Sun Â¬ Mrs B C Hagerman this place is soon day by Rev Vaught of the Methodist to marry Miss Ekin of Tennessee niece church with burial in the cemetery of Henry Watterson Its Excellent Qualities Mr J Streng a prominet citizen of Commend to public approval the Cali- Â¬ Louisville is visiting his son Mr II J Streng He makes an annual weeks vis- Â¬ fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs it to each of his sons Must be a good It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste lot of boys when their pa doesnt have to and by gently acting on the kidneys it cleanses the system go but once a year to keep them straight liver and bowels effectually thereby promoting the health Anderson C Quisenberry formerly city and comfort of all who use it editor of the Transcript but now of Washington D C is in the city visiting MADAM SCOTT tells the Q has lately been ad- Â¬ his old friends mysteries of the past present vanced to a 1400 place in the Consult Madam and fntnre Department and has Scott at Homer Baxters Main lx en promised a 1800 position ia July The Transcript wishes him much succes street corner Collins Quarter-Master-Genera- is JO- Notice All persons indebted to W B Benny Ail persons hating claims against the estate of W B Benny will prove their claims according to law and present the same to the undersigned T L CASSELL Assignee wil please call and settle Â¬ LOW PRICES SO GIVE US AN EARLY CALL I have a few lots en Fifth Street ready for sale These lots are beauti- Â¬ fully located on bigb and gently roll- Â¬ ing ground and are considered by ev Â¬ erybody as being the beet located of any in tbe city for resioneea Persons who wish to build nice uooaaa will do well to examine theaa Iota I will only place a few or tbe market at present I have a plot of tbe ground at Dr Poynlzs office J A Sullivan Atty 26 27 TURKEYS 1 R FORM AN wants all the TURKEYS he can get on or before this dav wek Will not receive after the 17th inst This is your last chance Highest market price paid Richmond Ky Dec 10 It Â¬ AND WE WILL DO THE BALANCE Respectfully T S BRONSTON REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY WHITE 36- Brfaer Shop ALLEN 112 W Main Street WARNING Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doing the best of work more rapidly than ever beÂ¬ fore Winter offer lilliiierj at Cost Fralie Dmlui 106 for sale my Will be pleased to see all my old pa trons and many new one Jpa Remember I have moved to Third Street bet Irvine and Narth Streets 11- - S L MIDKIFF MILLER We the undersigned hereby warn all We have opened a flrat claas shop and desire to have the patronage of persons not to purchase or otherwise re- gentlemen ladies and children We Lceiveoifr separate and individual notes for at retail or as a whole at cost Also have guarantee first class work New and One Hundred and Twenty Five Dollars Upholsterer and Furniture Repairer Car- pet laying a special ork r aipended Crown Jewell Authracite stove elegant furniture clean throughout payable to Fletcher Co and sharp razors done Eighteen years eiperience J P WHITE MRS S O BOURNE fa sale M C- MOORE FOLDHAM 109 Irvine St 2nd door from Post 16 27 43- CARMICHAEL WOODSON MASTERS 2526 7 entire stock of EA8T MAIN hTREET WINTER MILLINERY I - i SEE OUR LINE OF FALL WINTER BE ON YOUR PVOs overcoats m ft CLOTHING COVINGTON 5 MITCHELL before You Buy 1 I you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Caps WHEN Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To get the best for the least money there is only one place lor you to govand that is to the old and reliable house of COVIN iTON ft MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot ask for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys1 wearing apparel but what they have it in stock The fall has been a little backward it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April showers and we advise one and all to prepare lor the long cold win ter that every one the goose bone included predicts We do not advertise to sell Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them but we do adver tise to sell them as low as anyone quality considered You want first class well made Clothing and we want your trade so give na a call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are confident that you will not go away without being convinced that we advertise the truth Talk is cheap but low prices and honest square treatment wins every time I ut forget thai wo have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t kept steadily at work at some usefu calling he might have gone decently be eataiiUabed and jterhaps creditably through the R5D000 plant ta at Thomasville Ga to utilize the large world Sending him to college whert deposits of phosphate having no literary tastes he was Pure Agricultural not to studv and where being idle he The Sequachee Tenn Implement Works has been organized was sure also to be dissipated was a with a capital of 100000 mistake which sealed his doom Tint Work has been begun on the new no boy should De sent to college who hotel at Natural Bridge which is to cost does not show a decided inclination to 150000 and will accommodate E00 study is a lesson which Birchall preach ed to us from a felons grave cue ts The handsome two story building on A party from Danville went deer huntMain street owned by the Odd ing in Tennessee and after a ten days stay returned Saturday with ten fine Fellows is a complete wreck and will have to be rebuilt In digging the cellar specimens NEWS PARAGRAPHS SHa Several entirely ERADICATES BLOOD POr SOAN BLOOD TAINT DO TOU ENOW THAT bottles of Swifts Specific SS S cleansed my system of contagious blood poison of the very worst type Wm S Looms Shreveport La Erea tomssince C U RES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS W G HAVE Â¬ FITZPATRICK PRECISELY WHAT GO Y bottles of S S o Ihad scrofi k entirely i 1 in 1S84 and cleansed my it m it by taking seven not had any symp h rn jij Befcr You Buy r M mmm Clothiers and Furnishers Southside Main Street near Hotel Glvndon cototqsTmitchell FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and best goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES nrifQ QTirl RVirkOC jlJKJKJI CVLLU HUC 11 ct Lo Winter all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of TTq4-- and nothing is more neces sary than a good pair of Boots or Shoes I have is coming New York syndicate will erect a yarn factory near LsUnbertl Point Norfolk Va The plant will employ 500 hands and est 300000 A 0U00 hotel an iron bridge sveroai South river and 40000 brick building for the Jngalls Iron it Coal Co are among the improvements in progress at Waynesboro Va It is thought that Congress will not pas the River and Harber bill Keck- less pension legislation and other jol s hare squandered the immense surplus in the Treasury Jauies Pace of Kiddville neighbor hood met with a painful accident while hunting His gun was accidentally dis charged blowing oil a thumb and filling his face full of shot The Ashland Ky Steel Plant Co represents a capital stock of 1000000 Contracts for con t ruction of the im mense buildings and plant have been placed and the works are to be in oper- Â¬ ation by July 1 loH Of the thirtv six iron furnaces now under construction in the United States twenty live are in the Booth nine in Virginia seven ii Alabama three in Kentucky and Teancaaee two in Maryland and one in Georgia The State Sinking Fund Commissioners hae elected Gem II R Lyon Warden of the new penitentiary alout completed at Eddyville Dr Ormsby iray of Louis villa was chosen Clerk and Dr J ft Thomas of Hopkinsville Physician The Miller Elliott Congressional contest in the 7th district of Bootfa Carolina has been decided by the board of can rataere issuing a certificate of election to Col Elliott the Democratic candidate This makes the delegation solidly Dem cratic NYarlv all of the little boys who were arreti to the pernidoas habit of smoking the poisonous cigarette have quit it A times representative met a little smoker the other day and he was so ashamed of it that he stippled the cigarette be- Â¬ hind tnaa GtmyUow Timet The manifest tendency of railway property in this country is towards consolidation few A iniiiunse systems will soon control the traffic from mat to we6t ami from south to north The lines and their tributaries are being brought under the management ot a few corporations Baltinunv Journal of Cam A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ no no TTlTPniQllincr fit rubric LllQAlAilg VJUUUb chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and Cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handker plain fancy cotton woolen TJHlGrWGir igllt Slllv melium heavy JlilC XjIC W 30- - A POWELL Corner MioISLees A GRAND FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change our business January 1st Everything in Our Store Will from This Oaf be Offered at Cost EVERY ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN Â¬ he Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Underwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has FOIl before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit hi6 Now Freeman continues pocketbok and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line of rrOMMADB BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Iloutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where all at No 2 First Street 19- - G ANTER1 CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ PaTTTTAV W L Donglni Shoes are VHU 1 Ivfl warranted and fiery pair has his name and price stamped en bottom tavai Welling aged 1 and Nellie Crumptou aged 17 wire taken in charge at Covington Ky Pec They ran away from home one year ago taking 1500 No trace of them could he had although their relatives who are wealthy have limited the country over The girls are about penniless and overjoyed to get home A stench aparatus for boiling water and cooking by friction without fuel consists of a conically bored brass ring in which was rapidly revolved a trun- Â¬ cated wooden cone surrounded with plaited hemp which was kept constantly saturated with oil The heat was produced by the friction between the hemp and the brass A handsome monument is being erected to the memory of Judge Richard Reid in the Machpelah cemetery at Mt Sterling It is mounted upon bam of granite and above a DMnave pedestal of the same material standi the knehj modeled bronze figure of Judge Reid The work is not yet completed but it will be a magnificent piece of art The Jacksonville Times Cnion states that the representative of an Eng lish syndicate has just completed the purchase of 75000 acres of laud in Marion county Ela on which large deposits of rich phosphates have been found Mining operations will be commenced at an early day The amount involved in the purchase is said to Ik- ulmut 500000 The Mount Carmel 111 Aeronautic Co with a capital of 20000000 has been organized to build its great airship or airships if the first venture should prove a success It is stated that 14 000000 of the stock has been taken by an English syndicate so that the building of the plant the purchase of the constructive material etc seems to be assured The waste of valuable timber in the South is attracting the notice of lumber- Â¬ men The turpentine men are special offenders in this matter and by their destruction of small trees i Mutable neith- Â¬ er for naval supplies nor lumber they are inflicting serious loss upon valuable interests in the South Legislative ac- Â¬ tion in Georgia is to be invoked to ar- Â¬ rest this waste The Leader claims for Lexington the distinguished honor of being the native city of Daniel Scales the colored million- Â¬ aire of San Francisco who is perhaps the wealthiest member of his race in the United States Scales was formerly a steward on a Mississippi river steamboat He made his money in California in mining property and in Penusylvaniaduring k 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ found necessary to go down two or three feet below the foudi tiou of the Odd Fellows building ai d build the new foundation in sections The first section was put in last Thuis day when the contractor John Corb t noticed that the east wall of the Odd was sinkimg He boUding Fellows braced the wall and did not anticipate any further damage During the night however the wall settled several inches and about one oclock Friday morni lg it of the building fell out wit a the terrile crash Jft BsTlfsny luxate The case of Donahoe vs McDonald from Boorbon county has been atiiriiK d 11ns was a by the Court ot Appeals cam in which Sant Push and Steve Swift during the primary tor County bet of two hundred Attorney made dollars with Jas Donahoe on the remit and placed the money in the hands of The stakeMr McDonald of Bourbon holder derided that Bush and Swift had won and paid over the money notwithÂ¬ standing a notice from Donahoe not to do so A suit in the Circuit Court fol lowed in which Donahoe was beaten on the ground that the money did not long to him but was put up for other parties Donahoe took an appeal but the Court of Appeals affirmed the le-Wiiiche iter cisiou of the lower court IhuKx nit Mr S M Duncan Jessamines well known historian sent to Col B H Voting the following relics to be present ed to the Polytechnic Society at Louisville Musket used by the late ffm H Daniel in the Mexican war sword nmJ in the late war by Pluford W tillers pistol need at the battle of San Jacinto during the revolution in Texas 1836 tun used at the battle of Braddoek fields in 1775 by the father of the late John Tod hunter pair of spectacles of James Irvine the last of the revolutionary soldiers who died in Jessamine in 1851 aged ninety seven years hickory cane cut on the battlefield of Cowpen several bowlders picked up on the battlefields of Gnilford C II and Cow pens an original letter by Col Joseph Crockett great grandfather of Col Voting A Chattanooga Tenn special says Col J T Barlow I S A chief engin- Â¬ eer in charge of the Tennessee river im- Â¬ provement yesterday formally declared the Miis el Shoals canal open for com merce The steamboat R T Coles piss ed through the canal yesterday with a cargo of freieht from Evansville I id and Paducah Ky for Chattanooga mer chants The Coles will arrive in Ch ita aooga Wednesday evening Prepara tions are being made here for a den on- stration ot rejoicing upon its arrival in the citv The work of building a a nal around tin- Mussel Shoals obstructions in the Tennessee river una commenced by the government under the adminis- Â¬ tration of Andrew Jacksan 50 years ago There his been 000000 exiende On the work to date since 1872 When Squire J A Chappell offered a resolution in the Court of Claims to invite proposals iron doctors in the various ire cincts for a specified amount at which they would do the pauier practice some of the doctors ridiculed the idea and said no doctor would enter into such a contest but these over ethical gentlemen were mistaken as a number of the most repu- Â¬ table physicians in thecountry con with the following results In the lns tonville precinct Dr Ed Alcorn was awarded the practice at S0 a year San ford precincts Dr O H McRobert Turnersville Dr Green Moore 41 Hub- Â¬ ble Dr G A Traylor 4Ui Wayies burg Dr W B OBannon 100 Walnut Flat and Highland Dr J T Morris at 45 and S85 respectively and Crab Orelurd Drs PettuB and Zeller at 100 total i2J9 As this is for the pauper prac- Â¬ tice it will be seen that there will be great saving tc the county The doctors claims this year amounted to nearly 2 000 so 1300 or 1400 can be put to the credit of Squire Chappell who has always studied to reduce the expenses of the county Stanford Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - for BffBtaf A joining it was Drakes new building ad- ie CWWilcox Â¬ Spartanburg- S C BflCaEN HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF CASES OF SKIN CANCER roe IOC WANT IX WK REFER TO Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed SwirT SiECiFic Co Atlanta Ga THE UNSURPASSED HUMPHREYS Da HtMFHRETB SrEciFica are scientifically and ustMi xor many carefully prepared prescriptions years in private pract ice with sooees8anl forover people Every plugle Spe thirty yssrs sq ty Itrsnti nattici cif ii mt drugKlnx purg T SS tc lpr r p otA ti o lrol the World Ml are In furl and PBICIS Ileadacho If rniureMd r 12 Wuiich too Profuse 11 IV Worms Crying Colior rTVeihiinf liftnt tniiaren or aouilh Diarrhea BLUuut Ih Nrntery Griping Vomiting lk Cholera Morbus ifhitis 7 ouxh Cold urn eta Vertigo rROCITAI HOB com vTpra cuiiLTr stion Inflammation TVorni Kever Worm CoHe 32 55 25 25 23 25 25 25 25 25 25 li nal li I roup Cough 11 ralt Uheuiii 1 50 aiurrh Influenza Cold the 50 e UkAiiuin fmiih Violent OoSSOSV 51 ll tititi iivt il WVakllc 27 Kidney iiene 2S Nervons Itebility Vx Wettlmr Bed I rinary Wenkurn 5J Palpitation 100 I25 15 Itliii ikiii iii kheumatic 1 50 hlsHi lever and A bup ilimr Malaria 50 Htinil or let 17 1ilfu Id ad In - ii Dir Er Periods r nod III Diseases of thellcart Sold by Drogg1is or Bent postpaid on receipt 44 pages of price Da Hcwhbkys Mam ax richly bound In cloth and imld mailed tree HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CCU Cor William and John Streets Hew York Lexiqotoq AND- - Range SPECIFICS ATTORNEYS E T BlRNAM A TTORNE YS A T LA IV Kentucky Richmond J F COOK STOVE FOB VOIR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER Street Office No Ii i Burnums Building First 3- - J A SULLIVAN A TTORNE2 A TLA II Richmond Kentlcky oc- Â¬ - Office on First Street same as formerly cupied by County JiuIkc Miller JEWETTS BASE BURMR THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOTES AND THE RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE UAVJ Qm S POWELL A TTOltXEl - A - TLA W Richmond - Kentickv Office on Second Street DENTAL hURGEUY DR Offlce A WILKES smith DEXTAl SURGEOX Guns and Ammunit AND TOD CAN HAVE THE FUN Office 3- Richmond boars Kentickv - Sniitli Kulldlm Mam Street KM lo IJo M 100 to fcOU P M svprnctice limited to dentistry J MORGAN D U S RICH M OX D AEXTCCAi Main Street over Madison National 3- 0 Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPU Bank Offlce - YfELBY Richmond Offlce W - BDRGIN - VEXTIST Kentickv lo- TIOTDTG A SPECIALTY for CASH teron W CIIEED Over Palace Dry Goods Store on First Stieet lormi rly occupied by Dr Ks - J 1 I S KIR KS I IL L E KBNTUCK1 Kvi rytliing at Flnneli resileiice IT- done pertaining to tui professlotl Offlce W C FITZPATRICK CO PHYSICIANS POYNTZ PHTSICl A X A X I S RCEOX Kentlcky Richmond DR J-- M UWACQUArNTED WITH THE GSOGEArHY OF THE COtTNTKY WILL CT I BATJCH VALUABLE INFOBMATIOH FEOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF 1 Mjm t -- -- Store rnce Second Street next to Whites Drug 3- - -- - Ljr se Q W EVANS A MD XD S C PHlSrCIAX Richmond Office - RGEOX Kentucky Second Street DR- T J TAYLOR Practitioner Richmond Store Offlce in Medicine and Surgery - Kbmtccky 3- Second Street over Dykes Grocery L I nn17 MssBssrnaH DR- JOHN M P06TKR PHlStCIAX AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond - Wriw tl d tvJ C frfm r -iV US K w XrSt JT S 1 S i - - - U r iThl IE HISTORICAL NOTES Main street next door to lnxon8 up stairs residence at Co- - Main and Tares Creek Avenue Offlce 3- Vtt 4K ieJ THE CHICAGO RQGK the oil excitement h fart InSSELFEPSX BRUiT JsfmVSiFkMh AT TH STREETS LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSON M SHORT PENMANSHIP STRATTON BUSINESS C0UE6E SOUTH WEST KY HAM TYPE WRITIM CATALOBUE FlfE Turkeys Wanted Important Notice Bs Mr Geo W Judy will commence dress ing turkeys for us in Richmond about Kov in and will pay the highest market prices for good turkeys delivered at pens For prices and further particulars address 8 39 WiniWan Â¬ bis due McKek Trayxor for f WsWlM ilie serving lllMleij I 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 positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is euar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle toe buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Thousands paid to Owen KcKw farmed In 1889 by JJcKee Tnyttot having oolte living at weaning time will be paid for by Owen McKee owner of the colls April 14 1890 ui 1890 mint le Ail niares STOCKTON BROOKS South Downs for Sals have a lot of No Bucks fpr sale 1 61 if GJLMAN ii BRENT Pari Kj Southdown 4-4- OWEN McKEE - JOHN F WAGERS The Mt Olivet Advance says George Wilson accidentally shot himself Satur- Â¬ day in this county He was standing on the Kreh with the shot gun resting upon the floor and the muzzle against his body The gun slipped and the hammer catching on the edge of the porch the load was discharged into Ids body entering the lower part of the ab- Â¬ domen Dr Thompson thinks a part of the load passed through the larger bowels and says the chances for recov- Â¬ ery are doubtful It costs money to settle these moun- Â¬ tain feuds The Winchester Sun figures GENTLEMEN Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain as follows in some of the Perry county Tie exeUerirc and wnartng qualities of thin shoo tried recently there The fol- Â¬ cannot be bettor shown than rjr the rtrong endarao meatsaf Its thousands of constant wearers lowing is a list of the items of cost to the enninc Haudtwvreal en elegant and SeOO stylish dress Shoe which commends Itself State in the trial of Joseph Davidson A fine calf Shoo tjKJOO Ifund Kcwed Welt except Sheriffs fees for summoning wit- Â¬ unequalled for style and durability oodyear SO SO bhoe n Wcit Ii the standard cress nesses and Clerks fees Ninety four O at popular price SO SO Policemans Mfcoe Is especially adapted J76 jury fee 812 Com Â¬ w for railroad men farmers etc AU made in Congress Button and Lace monwealths Attorney nine days at 7 LAFDE8 per day j3 This does not include havo been most favorably received since introduced The and the recent Improvements make them superior Jailers fees nor Judges salary so any snoes sola ct uap prices total amount of the expenses to the AaU vou Dnofcsr and If be ca iDot supply you send direct to fsctory aclnslng advertised pries or State of the last term of the court aggre posts for oraer Dianas W 1 DOUGLAS Brocktoa the neat sum of 5051 Ml not including the salary of the Circuit Judge Of that amount 417721 was paid on account of the Perry county prisoners Prof Goldwin Smith makes some startling suggestions respecting Birchall the young Englishman execeted in I have 100 mule colts for sale at reason Canada for the murder of his friend able prices Benwell He says of Birchall Had 17- H H COLYER he instead of being sent to college been W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE 9 3 2 SHOES Â¬ Sold by Jock Freeman JiWlmWHil The Frankfort Argus has extracted the following from an unpublished hisxtry of the State The first waterworks in Kentrcky were established in Frankfort in 1804 laid wocden Richard Throckmorton pipes from the Cedar Cove Spring into this city and into the enitentiary supplying both by a natural flow of water In 1792 the members of the Gereral Assembly were aid 1 jer diem and 12 each for the whole session The first meeting of the Legislature was Nov 1st 1793 in the old Ixive House on the corner of Wapning and Wilkinson streets where Mrs J G Dudleys residence now stands In 1798 the Legislature attempted to remove by address two judges of the Su Â¬ preme Court George Muter and Benja Â¬ min Sebastian Their crime was i de- Â¬ cision in an important land suit The ef-Â¬ fort failed but the court revised its opinion and changed its decision The second Constitutional Convention was in session twenty seven days In 1823 the Legislature of Kentucky authorized a lottery for draining the ponds in Louisville Henry Clay was burned in effigy in April 1826 in a number of placet out- Â¬ side of Kentucky for voting in Congress for John Quincy Adams for President instead of for Andrew Jackson Louisville was incorporated as a city Feb 13 183 In 1833 there were 502 deaths from cholera in I exington or one in very eleven of its inhabitants died W C Allen a young artist on 1 1839 presented the State a full length portrait of Daniel Boone which now in Representative Hall March 1 1S42 B B Sayre was ap pointed Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction to succeed Bishop B B Smith but declined The Convention to revise the Consti- Â¬ tution which assembled in Frankfort Oct 1 18 50 contained 42 lawyeis 30 farmers 9 physicians 4 merchants 3 cWks 2 preachers 1 hotel keeper and 1 mechanic ii 1871 Judge Win S Prvcr was appoin be Court of Ar peals essox to Chief Justice C son who resigned September 5 mme diately after administering the otith of office to Gov P H Leslie The Judge was then Circuit Judge of the district ym T SEXSM1TH M D ISUHD - PACIFIC BMLWAY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOX Kentucky White Hall Offers bis professional lic services to the pub- Â¬ H- - Including main lines branches and extnsionj Sast u Missouri Hiver To all pointa East N City to Bock Island Davenport Des MoineLEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestoi town Minneapolis St Paul and in enort direct route In connection with lmeo from St Loui Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points convt Kansas City it also constit DR S M LETCHER PHTSICIANAND SURGEON Richmond Offlce Kentucky 28- Smith Building Main Street - It traverses vast areas of the richest farming- and f raz world forming- the speediest most popular and oconorn transportation to ind from all citiss a orado and the Indian Territory FREE E Cars City and Cldwell Hatchinson and D Kansas and Palace Sleeping Care n to--n- THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND Tr3E WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVES - s to and cm Wichita and Hutchinson v- MACrtiFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRE33 TRAINS competitors in splendor of equiamtnt bv steam fa cm tho locomotive m winter leave Kansas City and St Joseph dand Southeast with elegant Day Co FREE RecliniDg- Chair Cars RUNNING THROUG utnver Colorado spnng s and Pu tervenine- Btations in Kansas and C Supiib E venient stations ivest ol K Joseph tumisii at seasonable hours and at moderat Leading- all - W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond JJ - - Offlce Iu Smith Building on Main Street Special attention given to microscopical and chemical examinations of tissues and fluids of the human body - - dvi DR C S HOLTON - Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon - Richmond Kentucky Â¬ To Manitou Pikes Peak the Gttrden of the G ids Cuscad0 Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks resorts hunting- and fishing- gTounda and sci ni - THE ROCX ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE G M Bright Hours 830 to Offlce over I 110 a M ft00 to 400 p m Special attention given to diseases of woioen and nil diffi- Â¬ cult chronic cases Patieils treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any address 4 Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped wialso make close connections at tern Depots with the Denver and Ivo Grande Union I Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders c m issued monthly or further desired information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTlAi that can add to safety corvenionco cot They - JRS JENNINGS - GIBSON Kentucky Genera Hinagor OHICAOO II I 1 Physicians and Surgeons Richmond MADISOTAT Office Main street over Wallace A Rlcs 51 50 shoe store Female Institute The thirty third session of this noted school for young ladies and girls will open 01 PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C AULTZ PH TSICIA N A ND SURGE ON Kentucky Richmond mE W Clienault Iluililiug Offlce 220 Liraestone Street Orp 0 Depot LEXINGTON KY Min street Burnara upstairs 8- Tuesday September 9th A full corpt of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Price reasona- blc i Wew Building and Fnrnitnre Well Lichtfd and Ventilated jR J U BLACK Centrally aLosvtel GOOD I5AR ATTACHED PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOX 26- Red House Ky For Catalogues or oiher particulars call on or address B C HAGEKMAN Prin 9- - RATES 2 and 5250 per Day JHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Dentistry and Sterility a Specially Next door to climax offlce 111 llnglisin building Klchmond Kv OFFICE BSSSe J A 6 V WILLIAMSON ENGINEER I 1 J BROOKS D M CHKNACLT Civil Engineer plkps Roaiiwaya Farm lr and Surveyor BROOKS - CHENAULT Veterinary Surveys made rtinial for Railway Turn- Real Estate Lsrt Brote ry Prop- lit tui e GENERAL LAND SUIIVESpecial attention gii Lines retrao to topographical nups fa rn 00 T - - jiEi IS a la at th a Bl ih taa SiWica too can astsimn at somio H- ir ail roaM- - tteaar apart neaaatt 01 Iba wo s All b now Great paj SCSI tx Wo ttart voa faruitsht ry worker aerrtiPAIrriCLXAjtS IsXK Addraaa j aonickir Ynrtbtlasvwrk nadbr Jhn B fur as Mkm mt uwh bat Irdr can Saw to aura from St to tart and sura a too so all aaa In amy part of ncv id surves of OrTice wnaui w rwtmsss msusT ky City Hi ond Kv law ion k