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KB 1f T rra f T gSt iF co VOLUME IiY FORCE Parnell Occupies the Office of the United Ireland Smashing th S WEIRD AND WOEFUL Ghastly Scene Vpon a Ship In a Black Pass Sterrn There has reached Philadelphia through a private channel the thrilling story of the loss of the British steam- Â¬ ship Westbourno in the Dlack Soa Of the vessels crew of twenty five four are all that survive the ill starred voy- Â¬ age and these are miserable wrecks of humanity lying prostrated by suffering in an Odessa hospital under the care of tho Pritish Consul Tho Westbourne an ordinary tramp steam- Â¬ ship left Theodosia southeast of Cri Â¬ mea November 24 laden with linseed bound to Dunkirk and thence to Philadelphia with a general cargo On tho evening of her departure a gale peculiar to the Black Sea alone arose Tho weather grew so intensely cold that the men were frozen to death in a life- Â¬ like posture at the wheel or wher- Â¬ ever their duty called them Every sea that swept over the vessel froze to her making her sluggish and so heavy that she refused to ride the waves and became unmanageable When tho water gained entrance to the hold the cargo began to swell and burst open the decks fore and aft as though powder had ex Â¬ ploded in horinterior About midnight although only a fow hours out of port the vessel began to go down Already the corpses of a nurolier of the seamen were visible about the deck standing up against the hand rails just as erect as though in full vigor they were frozen as hard as iron With all the crew that still held fast to their lives Captain Bennington put out in a small boat and headed her bark to Theodosia distant then some fifty miles During the early morning the men died off one by one until on reaching Theodosia tho following night the number was reduced to eight Subsequently four moro died while undergoing med ical treatment leaving but four sur- Â¬ vivors Captain Itennington the com- Â¬ mander of the Westbornc is well known to Philadelphia shipping men He is completely prostrated by his sufferings in the open boat and by the death of his brother tho ships chief officer who perished of the awful cold beforo his eyes Â¬ IY RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER AZTECS OF MEXICO Afflicted With the Celebrated Â¬ I iiII 8 FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Second Session 17 i 1890 w1 ffi If lssisjgMa-yNUMBER - 27 THE COMMONWEALTH CRCHABD Coon MANAGErvltNT Trees Need ISoth Manure and Mellow - x - - tolr liy BlKi 1 Front Door With a Bis Aftrr tile Ilaut Had Keen Hi Opponent for the possession of at Dublin assumed a i aM Thursday tnOrninp and Mr Par 11 is in possession of the ay When thcoppo of Mr Parnell who succeeded nipht in forcing an entrance nd in destroying all tho leaders that had been prepared by Mr v ho was appointed Yd y to succeed Mr IJodkin was acting editor during tho of Mr Wm OUrien took their rture they left a jruard in posse3 ii orders to resist any attempt of Mr rarnell or his friends to enter the building Thursday morning Mr rarnell proceeded to the office and with the assistance of a crowd of his supporters ne forced open tho doors and took n The police wit nessed the affair but did not interfere in any way After he urceeded in recapturing tho Mr Parnell went to a window and addressed tbe crowd outside To guard against any further attempt on the part f Mr Iarnells opponents to rocaptuie See no one wasallowed to enter and the doors and windows were closely and barred Mr larnell was ac- Â¬ companied by the staff of editors he appointed Wednesday and when the office was secured against intruders all conversation with outsiders was carried on through a keyhole When Mr Iar nr 11 made tho assault upon the office ho If was armed with a crowbar which he used in forcing tho front door In the afternoon Mr larnell started for Cork A large crowd was at the Kings bridge depot and when he made his ap-Â¬ pearance to take the train he was loud- Â¬ ly cheered -I The strtiifgle Tiie Tobacco Growers Association of MesWashington Dec 8 Sknats After eotna routine business in the Senate Mr Hoar nkel Kentucky will meet at Louisville again siah Craze enanlmous consent to have a time fixod Friday January 6 next at i p m for taking the Anal vote on the At Soldier Rocn County a drunken Ar Added Feature Is That or Unman Sac-Â¬ Fiections bilL Mr Gorman argued ngainst the crowd tried to take tho town a few prorostion After a short executive session rifice nights ago It broke the windows out the Senate adjourned of the school house rocked a train House Mr E B Tajlor from the CommitLouis Del Commun of Chululu Puebtee on Judiciary reported back the Enlo resoand then went to tho church where lo Mex was in Kansas City Sunday lution for the arrest of George one of services were being held and drove en route to Chicago In an interview he the Doorkeepers for attempting Minot violently to said the Aztec Indians of Mexico are prevent Enloes exit from the House during a the worshipers away with clubs and afflicted with a Messiah craze very sim- call of the House in August last The commit- rocks that the case Tiir following fourth class postmasters ilar to that which is disturbing the In tee reports the House andcalls for no action on the part of dians in the Dakotas All tho Aztec laU upon the table without tbe resolution was were appointed the other day for Kenobjection Mr Me tribes scattered throughout Mexico are Kinley reported from the Ways and Means tucky W U BIHingalwy Passington K II McCracken Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ said Louis Del Commun beliovers in tho prophecy that a Messiah is soon to appear to free them from their foreign conquerors and restore to them their domain and their pristine glory At Cho lulu are the ruins of an old Aztec tem- Â¬ ple This is the Mecca of tho believers in the Messiah and there are now en- Â¬ camped about it hundreds of Aztecs who are engaged in performing all sorts of mysterious religious rites Of these rites a human sacrifice was a part ac- Â¬ companied with a flower dance Tho sacrifice has been done away and now only tho dance remains Tho Aztec prophecy is very like that which is be- Â¬ lieved in by the Sioux i Tho Messiah will causo the volcano Popocatepetl to erupt and overflow the country with lava which will destroy all but the Aztecs CO OPERATION The Srheme It Injr Tried In a Chicago Siilmrb and Said to rromiu Success Tho first seven days of the housekeeping scheme inaugurated in tho fashionable suburb of Evanston Chicago are said to have proven the plan a success Over five thousand orders have been served from the central kitchen to tho stockholders There has been no fault found with the food or its lessened cost Considerable friction and temporary panic however were caused during the first three days by slow delivery but this is declared to have been remediod No action has yet been taken by the fifty displaced do- Â¬ mestics further than to employ a law Â¬ yer to look after their interests Just what a lawyer can do in the matter has not been made public Incendiary Hangs Hmielf N W Baker the discharged work- Â¬ man who set fire and destroyed 820000 worth of hay on tho Meyers Fisher ranch Tuesday night near Denver Cob was found Sunday morning banging un dor a railroad bridge across Cherry Creek near the scene of the fire He had been hanging for several days and had evidently suicided immediately afterhis enma Ho has relatives in Pittsfleld I1L Committee and the Houe passed the bill providing for a rebate on tobacco in stock equal io the reduction made in the Internal revenue tax In the last tariff MB Mr McKinley stated that the bill was similar to the provision of the tariff bill section which had been omitted in the enrolling of that measure and on the declaration by Mr Mills Tex that it was all right no opposition was made to its passare Washington Dec A petition was presented by Mr Cockrell from the Wag wofkers Political Alliance of Washington D CL asking that no national bank stock holder shrill be continued as a member of the Committee on Finance The Senate bill introduced last session to establish a public farm in each county within Ihc limits of the republic was report d back adversely from the Committee on Agriculture and wns indefinitely postponed Messrs Berry and Daniel spoke in opposition to the elections bill Mr Plumb opposed the correction of the tobacco clause of the tariff bill A bill appropriating 0000 for a statue of Robert Dale Owen in the Smithsonian grounds was passed House The resoluton in regard to tho removal of the remains of General Grant to Arlington Cemetery uas defeated Bills were passed for the erection of public bnidinirs as follows In Ohio Youngstown 750 O Lima 160000 Akron riOOOO In Indiana South I Â¬ Â¬ Bend I7JCO0 A TERRIBLE TRAGEDT ll ultlie From m Father Ir venting Ills Daughter Marriage Charles Joplinshot and killed five perÂ¬ sons Thursday at the Jenny LindMine twelve miles from Fort Smith Ark and then rommitted suicide by shooting himself Those he killed were John Miller his wife his grown daughter Lou Miller Dr Stewart a prominent physician and a man whose name is not known The shooting occurred late in tho day Joplin has been at work at Jenny Lind where he fell in love with Miss Miller whom he murdered Ho was in the city Thursday with the girl for tho M of marrying her but her father followed and prevented the ceremony taking his daughter homo with him Joplin followed them out later and thinking Dr Stewart had something to do with breaking up tho match killed him The old man he killed in tho prairie first turned out to be A L Dull of Hutchiuhon Kas He told a young man while riding v ith him that he rry he killed the old man but that he ought to have got off the pony juic Tho Vanderbiit party who passed through Duffalo H Y Wednesday n the North Shore limited en r licno broke the record for of all previous fast runs on the ral The special left t at I p m Tho ride to De Â¬ troit is 227 miles and this distance was 1 in four hours and fifty six min- fty six minutes for tnal running time was a At ditTerent times along route the recorder registered a roan fifty el X to seventy three a erage for tho waa S7S1 miles per hour -- STRUCK A SNAG Steamer City of Maton Kongo iinkat HerÂ¬ mitage I nmlin Iassrngert Iirovned and Cargo Iot The big Archor Liner City of Baton Rouge plying between New Orleans and St Louis was wrecked at Hermi- Â¬ tage La Friday at I oclock Tho steamer had a full load of freight and gers and was on her way down the river While attempting to make a landing which is on the mat bank of the river three miles above Port Hudson amer struck a snag and was a to- Â¬ The hull broke in two and tal wreck the cabin and hurricane roof float- Â¬ ed off and sank In fifteen minutes aft- Â¬ er the steamer struck the last trace of Two deck passen- Â¬ her had disappeared gers and six or eight way passengers were lost but as yet it is impossible to obtain particulars or tho names of tho lost There is now about seventy feet Landing of water at Hermitage and the snag which wrecked tho Baton Kouge is the old Pecan tree or stub that caused the Paris C Brown r in lsyj The crew of the wrecked steamer and those of her pas ra who were saved are now at Hermitage awaiting the arrival of the Oliver Beirne The City of Baton Rouge was heavily laden with western produce from St Louis and some few small lots of cotton picked up on her way down She was one of the finest sidewheel steamers on the Mississippi worth SIM M0 She was built by How- Â¬ ard of lefTersonville Indiana in lssi Captain Frizevant of Shreveport Ii was among the passengers saved IK is of the opinion that there is a possibility that the six or eight way cabin passen- Â¬ gers who are missing may have escaped but there is no doubt about the Kss of gers and ho fears the two d that the six or eight cabin passengers who had boarded the steamer at land Â¬ ings between there and St Louis and who were on the way to New Orleans arc also lost John m Fait Em Bxty Thre Million People The total population of the country including Indians etc will reach 63 000000 Already tbe Census Office has actually returned in round figures 315 000 Indians and whites in the Indian Territory These with the population of Alaska which Special Agent Potroff estimates at 38000 will bring up tho to- Â¬ tal population of tho country to 630W 000 a numerical gain of 10000009 tar the decade An Elephant Killed Chief the big elephant at the Cincin- Â¬ nati Zoo was shot Wednesday Ho had becomo so vicious that he was killed as a measure of safety to those in charge He was twenty eight years old nine feet eleven inches high and weighed about five tons Since tho death of Barnums Jumbo he was the largest elephant in captivity and the most vicious s H art aid Liver tbe vvirk of dissecting Ralsad From Oae to Ten Adroit manipulators arc circulating one dollar bills raised to 810 in Indian- Â¬ apolis Ind and several victims hae complained to tho Secret Service of- Â¬ ficers The raised bill is a dangerous one the work being exceedingly clever away of MoMana formerly of Ohio has been chosen postmaster of the House The nouse Committee on Military Affairs has agreed on an appropriation of I24M029 Washington Dec 10 Senate The bill for the payment of a rebate on tobacco la correction of an omission in the tariff bill was passed The Senate then resumsil consideration of the elections bill anl Mr George spoke In opposition to it Mr George occupied just four hours in the delivery or his speech all of which be read from manuscript The floor was then taken by Mr Wilson cf Iowa The House amendments to the Senate bills for public buildln s at Madison Ind and Rock IslanlHL were concurred in and the Senate adjourned House Mr Parrett Ind moved unanimous consent for the consideration of Senate bill for the erection of a monument to Robert Dale Owen In the grounds of the Smithsonian Institute Mr Kllgore Tex objected In the morning hour Mr Stono Ky from Committee on War Claims called up the bill authorizing the Si cretnrv of War to appoint a commission to ascertain the facts concerning the destruc tion of property at Cvnthiana Ky in 1864 After a brief debate the bill was on motion of Mr Grosvernor O laid on the tablA yeas 134 nays 84 Washington Dec 11 Senate The resolution providing Tor evening sessions for speeches on the elections bill was debated until the hour for taking up the Hal Wilson of Iowa and Fryexpoko in favor of the bilL House The House passed the fortification appropriation bill and a bill providing a penalty tor the alteration or destruction of ballots as to Representatives In Congress with intont to change the resutof the election A bill was then taken up to amend the anti polygamy law by providing that the personal pn erty formerly belonging to the Mormon Church but which was forfeited by Congress uril placed in the bands of a receiver shall be placed In the common school funds of the Territory of Utah which was ihe disposition made of tho real estate held by the Chui eh Without completing its conslderaton the House lnd it nside as unfinished business and went into Committee of the Whole Mr Burrows Michl in the Chair on bills reported frcm the Public Lands Committee and after some debate adjourned Washington Dec 12 Senate The Plumb resolution for daily m ctin s from 10 a m was greed ta The Dolph nsoluiion instructing the Committeo on Privilege a d Elections to inquire wheher the right to vote at any Federal elections is denied by any State to any persons entitled to vote was debated and then went over Mr Walthall spoke against the elections ML House The apportionment bill fixing 856 as the iurrlHT of Rerr sentatives under the E Breath Ceisus agreed upon in committee was mtrodnc din the House The House Mill tvry Committee reported in favor of reviving the grade of LieuteLant General In the A Aimy bill to extend the landed perotl for goods in custom houses trom February to Ju y lsri was Introduced Â¬ i 1 1 Madison fsflnoo Jas W Hath- Â¬ County Hughes Gra dyville Adair County W J Jackson Shawhan Bourbon County Tiik 0 S Court concluded its winter session at Covington the other even ing Jam WOODS on trial in the D 8 Court at Covington for mail robbery was convicted and sentenced to prison for ten years MAYOR BsTJUnr of Newport will hunt bear and deer in Arkansas during the holidays A DUD has just been recorded at Say- lersvillo showing that A A Olney Co of New York who purchased through their agents at that place the minerals gases and oils on and under twenty four thousand acres of land situated in Mor- Â¬ gan and Magoffin Counties at three dol- Â¬ lars per acre has sold the same to the Capitol Mine Lumber and Oil Company at a price not stipulated The Odd Fellows of Midway will erect a handsome new hall QlOsWI Lakk of Paducah was found dead near Marion in Livingston County The cause of his death is enwrapt in mystery While John and Mack Jackson farm- Â¬ ers residing near Hopkinsville were out hunting two masked men entered their house drove every body out at the point of a pistol and having secured fCOO hidden away mado their escape Judge Jackson of tho V S Court has made an order restraining Typo- Â¬ graphical Inion No 3 from boycotting the Covington Commonwealth Pensioners for Kentucky A II Bus- Â¬ ter Somerset John II Downard Sun- Â¬ rise Bartlett Walker Mavsville Jos Willis Leitchfield Thomas F Conklin Louisville John A Kees Charlotte Wm Bendel Covington C II Milda brand Lewisburph Milton A Little field Hopkinsville John Keith Savage Little Horn Irvine Wm IF Conover Montpelier Reissue Wm C Adkins Greenville Bridget widow of Patrick Shelly Louisvill JIary J widow of Wm Ruhle Bpeedville Lucinda widow of Adam Parent Louisville Lucy widow of Benedict A Simms Spring Â¬ A common mistake in years past which the planters of orchards fell into was ir supposing that orchards did not reqalre as much caro and enriching a3 any oher crop on tho farm Many sot out young trees and gavo them littlo more ittontion They erroneously sup Â¬ posed that in time theso trees would boar cbundantly of fine fruit and bring them in plenty of money Tho trees were expected to take full care of them- Â¬ selves The result was that some died the first year a good many tho second and in a few years but tow remained A neighbor set out a hundred fine peach trees They wero transplanted into a clover meadow and allowed such ghance as thu placo afforded them In two Success year3 only three remained Catlvttin A PERRINS GLOVES i 1 MILLER HAT LYONS UMBRELLAS W B BRIGHT I ee I W S HUME t hi f 4 B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSORS OK BRIGHT M PKAUEH IX ij vmSJb6t l FIG FI NE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods t fe St 1 however is often better but without proper treatment the trees will mako poor growth and yield a small and poor fruit In contrast with theso was an orchard of a fow apple trees in an adjoining State on a place of a few acres tho own- Â¬ er of which made it a rule to spread all the enriching material he had of any kind the manure of the borso and cow on tho orchard ground No crop waa 304 WEST MAIIV RICHMOND - - - KLE31a TTTOIY -- IMPORTED IIM Washington Dec 13 killed at the nnnti the day i be liver required ry it to the scales where fifty eight and one half e icJoas elephant hadabig for it weighed thirty two and one 1 1 half pOU -- Eib iz u Binds P i Stoddard is under arrest at Chi- Â¬ cago charged with i mix zzling bonds of Arkansas Construction moint of S2i00000 n actual value estimated at 100 000 He was released on bail 1 Captain Yanl Iallans Report C H Conrad in a report ro- by ii neral Miles Thursday says eritecn hundred Indians at the Stirring reiving ra- - enough row for barely two days out of seven and arc starving Deflate Cvidtiftte K lis H nmlf Ex Senator Frank It Arnold shot him Â¬ self through the Lead Thursday morn- Â¬ ing at his office corner of Main and De- Â¬ pot streets Inadilla N Y Despond- arsod by his defeat at the lato on was the causo Hirapton3 Successor On the fourth ballot Thursday in joint session of the SoJth Carolina Legislature J L M Irby was elected IL S Senator to succeed Wade Hampton The vote stood Irby 105 Donaldson 10 Hampton 43 Wad Â¬ Hew Clami for Psiiloaa Commissioner Laum reports that 227 270 new claims have been filed for pen- Â¬ sions under the last law in addition to which there are JiioOSO claims filed by old pensioners Tulefs Haul of Diamonds of J H Woodward Birmingham Ala was robbed of M000 worth of diamonds Thursday night by a sneak thief BnaaY The residence Lafayettes OrnUin Dead Senator Francois Edmond Du Motier De Lafayette grandson of M Lafayette is dead at Paris at the age of seventy two years m ta Leprosy Prof Pielrolb of Vienna declares och lymph has pro Ibat the u duced a marked effect in cates of leprosy A s Gov 1 Â¬ Kobert Broaden was fatally injured while hunting in Coattville township Mahoning I He is 24 years elected city en- old tinma wn O by council iast Monday Fall Dow i an Haven Shaft Clarence Martin who was sent as a Ibessenger to the N A Jeffras Cloak Msnuftu l iy Cincinnati or door for the hall door and fell down tho shaft breaking his neck Fattl Fu itrj Ace dent j Wirrinl a Maatto At Grand lipids Mich James Hurst nun married Angeline John Â¬ o interfor son a who used a ra sor for ar 3 d H msVf Iewis Peoria 111 ing After his c fi i hang o rope around ed out of an oak tree art of age of iis neck was Father and Sin Flrfit a Dml I T Senator San of the Chickasaw Legislature quarreled with his son over a woman of bad repute and they fought a duel in which the son was killed and the father seriously wounded IN A TIGHT PLACE Victoria at Alberts Tomb Queen Victoria and other members of Anil an IfTVrl Will lit- Mndp by Import- Â¬ er and IVnkerx to Haw the llonded the royal family attended Sunday a memorial service at Frogmore mausoleum Ierind Fxleaded Before tho Mclvinley tariff act went where tho remains of Prince Albert are into effect Chicago importers bought buried and this being the twenty ninth heavily some of them to tho full ex- Â¬ anniversary of the death of the Princo tent of their ability to pay under tho consort Her Majesty according to her then existing monetary conditions custom on this anniversary was attired Since then these conditions have ma- Â¬ in deep mourning terially changed and money has become Ths Peace Pipe Snot tj Pieces exceedingly tight Many who expected The Indians sent out by General to be able to easily borrow tho money to take their goods out of Brooke to bring the hostiles in to the the honied warehouses on February 1 Pine Ridge Agency were roughly treat- Â¬ now find that ed and their peace pipe shot to pieces as required by law it will le very difficult todo so and that The Seventh and Ninth Cavalry were pre Â¬ it will require a vast amount of hust Â¬ paring to start for tho Bad Lands at day Â¬ ling in tho aggregate to get together light Monday to bring the hostiles in 0000000 necessary to be paid on The Sixth and Eighth Cavalry from the that date The Journal says that tho Black Hills are advancing on tho west merchants and bankers of the country Twi Farmsri Froun to Death in view of all the conditions propose to The bodies of two men were found lying ask Congress to extend the bonded pe- Â¬ on a county road a few miles from Clay riod to October 1 1M1 and that peti Â¬ Court house W Va Saturday The un- Â¬ tions to this end arejpow being circulat- Â¬ fortunates were George Serker and Jas ed and generally signed by import- Â¬ Lane farmers who had started from ers and bankers in Chicago and else-Â¬ their homes Wednesday morning last to where go to the county seat and are supposed to have frozen to death as no marks of Will Hot Hang a Han on Friday In the Circuit Court at Pine Bluff violence were found on them Ark Friday Judge Elliott created a Sailed for Home decided sensation The case of Charles The Irish envoys Mr Wm OBrien Seward convicted of murder in the first and T P Gill sailed Saturday morning degree was before him on a motion for on the steamship Obdam for Boulogne a new trial Seward was a prominent from whence they will proceed to Paris farmer of Desha County and killed a Mr Timothy Harrington another of the neighlor over a year ago Judgo envoys sailed on the Cunard steamer Elliott reviewed the case and tbPn Aurania for Qucenstown gave a decision overruling the motion for a new trial sentencing the prisoner Against Senator Ingallt Atchison Kas is tho home of Senator to be hanged on Thursday January 29 of Alliance After passing sentence he said Ingalls Tho Farmers that he saw from the apparent surprise Atchison County at a recent meeting of tbe people in the court room that an adopted resolutions recommending the explanation was in order and then in a retirement of Mr Ingalls from the Sen few words he stated that he never had ate ana me election to his seat of ft and never would sentonce a man to be Farmers Alliance man executed on a Friday becauso on that Christians Massacred day Jesus Christ crucified was It is rumored at Zanzibar that Fuma and he would not insult the mem- Â¬ Â¬ ory of the founder of Christianity by Bakari Sultan of Vitu and his followers have destroyed an English mission sentencing a murderer to be hanged on on the Tana river and killed the day upon which the Son of Ood sac- Â¬ station native Christians several rificed his life for humanitys sake Indians Kll Twi Whits M sn Eephant Steaxs Two white men Jack Bridges and A swell supper was tendered the Owl Friday evening Bnrk Robinson were killed by Apatches Club of Cincinnati Among the menu was steaks cut from n tho Guadaloupe mountains A T the flank of the mammoth Chief the big Friday Salt 1uKi ijs elephant executed at the Zoological The meat al- Salt has been found near Kanapolis Garden on Wednesday The vein though a little tough was very palata- - Kas at a depth of 640 foot ble and had a peculiar flavor but was is 240 feet thick thoroughly reliihed by all who enjoyed Thevlaf Clerks the novelty of eating it notwithstand- Cornelius De Ruyter and P K Miller ing all tho naughty thing that were said two clerks of Grand Rapids Mich havo about poor Chief ooen caught stealing from their respec Â¬ tive employers for tbe mutual benefltof Fatal Boiler Explosion The boiler of J W Leos saw mill each other about three miles from Mountain Lake Calfinla Orangss Coming Park W Ya was tdowu up instantby The first car load of this seasons Cali- Â¬ killing John King and dangerously in- fornia oranges has boon shipped East juring John P Ours Kingsley Lee and Lvad Quit a bin Tlmi James List Mary Brown died in Providence R I Blf rantaw Kjxt ladlampj ls Saturday affod 104 years A big panther has loen killing sheep Silver D sciranl in WystnnT boat in Suar Creek township Silver has been discovered near Sara irinera are napolis f toga Wvom massing for an assault on his Uir At Paul PainesTalley - the bills Introduced anl referred were the tot To establish a record and pension office ir the War Department to establish a Marts Boar forth- sJIiMjIiiimiibI of the interest of the merchant marine ihe resolution heretofore of f red lv Mr Dolph as to tho denial or abridg ment of suffrage In certain Slates was taken up bu In the absence of Mr Dolph it went over Bgain without action Tlie Senate at 110 resume I the consideration of the election bill Mr Jones Ark raado an argument In opposition to it aftor which tho Senate adjourned Ho s Notiee was given that the apportionment bill would be called up next Tuesday A report was made from committee favorable to the establishment of a merchant marine A memorial was presented lo Congress urging the immediate passage of the Torry bankruptcy bill as a relief to tbe commercial interests of tho country News Items Thf bill making annual appropria- Â¬ lowing - Senate Among tions for fortifications and other works of defense was adopted by the House Committee on Appropriations It appro- Â¬ priates M4S8i08 or 3005520 less than tho estimates Rkpkeskxtative Spinoia of Now York introduced in tho llouso a bill amending the new tariff act by inserting in Schedule N sundries after para graph No 444 the following provision Furs sealskin dyed or dressed on the skin fifty per cent ad valorem when made into articles of clothing sixty per cent ad valorem The House Committee on Rivers and Harbors has formally decided not to prepare a river and harbor appropriation bill during this session of Congress Edoau Wnsos son of wealthy parents life convict at Stillwater peniten Â¬ tiary died and left 30000 to a fellow convict named Walter Williams It is proposed in the Legislature of South Dakota to abolish some of the State officers on the plea of economy AirxAMiKi E Ckak Democrat has given formal notice that he will contest tho election of Andrew Stewart Republican in tbe Twenty fourth Fennsylva nia Congressional District He alleges one thousand illegal votes were cast against him Dim xc the sessions of Congress the Cabinet will hold its meetings at 1130 oclock Tuesdays and Fridays instead of at 12 oclock as heretofore Thf Representatives composing the HotihC contingent of the joint Congressional Committee on Immigration havo agreed upon a bill to regulate immigra- Â¬ tion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ raised beneath tho trees and the ground was so rich and mellow that it could bo easily kicked looso with the foot Thoso trees wero loadod with large and beau- Â¬ tiful fruit Fig 1 while in other or- Â¬ chards in tho neighborhood they were small and few Another owner of a hundred and thirty acres in this State mado the raising and sale of fruit his chief business and source of profit selling his innual entire crop at a timo when prios were higher than now for about five thousand dollars Tho rest of his farm was tributary to his orchards and all cr noarly all tho manuro made on the farm was given to hi3 fruit trees This treatment gave him good crops fiold when others had none and largo and atAx Owensboro policrn an discovered a other orchards pair of sharpers in the act of working tractive fruit when inan 1 scabby apples wero small the shell game on a verdant country- Â¬ the trees still appeared like thoseand the in man He captured one but the other es- Â¬ Fig 2 caped N 3 one should set out a new orchard Ohlt one Kentucky Public Buildiug unless ho is sure he can give it both Bill is pending in Congress A maturo and mellow cultivation CoNMiniKAiiiE damage was done in 6mail one of a fow acres bearing yearly Graves County by tho lato overflow rich and beautiful specimens is better At Lexington James 1 Riley was than a neglocted one spreading over acquitted of the killing of the colored wid acres There will bo mosc profit man lien Slaughter in the small and perfect one than in the Ovkii 100 convicts were removed a few ono extended and neglected Until days ago from the Frankfort penitentiary to tho branch penitentiary at Ed J dyville Lyon County d son Ottis Pahkeh the of George W Parker living near Crof ton Christian County while riding with T his father on top of a wagon loaded with corn fell under the wheels and was crushed to death White Caps visited the house of Thos Burgess a farmer living in Meade County to whip him Ho shot and killed one and badly wounded twoothers A PidiTAiiii saw mill exploded near Owensboro and one man was killed out- Â¬ right and another badly injured Tin Governor granted a pardon to a young man in the penitentiary who is nearly dead of consumption Bis namo no 2 is Robert Stratton and ho was sent from Logan County in 1NS5 for six and planters who havo the means avoid this one half years for arson He had served superficial practice they will continue all but three months of his term and on to set tho unwholesome example to account of his condition and to allow others and perpetuate to a great degree him to dio among his family who are the slipshod stylo of orcharding It is well connected in the western part of wel therefore for the planter to do termine beforehand what special atten- Â¬ tho State he was given his liberty Mavfieid woolen mills are operated tion can bo given to tho trees and fix on a capital of 200000 and employ 300 on tho size of the orchard accordingly Cutivation alone keeping the soil men and women Beni YotNO an aged resident of the clean and mellow for eressJ years Highlands suffering from ulceration of may answer while tho trees aro young the bowels committed suicide by dis- Â¬ bu when they come into heavy bearing this large annual draft can be supplied emboweling himself with a razor The Kentucky Court of Appeals ha3 by an annual or at least bionnial top decided the tax for the support of tho dressing in tho autumn or winter of Agricultural and Mechanical College at rich barn manure Country Gentlo man Lexington to lie constitutional A J Gatzwooo of Henderson insti- Â¬ Died Agscl Kearly 120 Tears tuted suit against the Louisville St The only centenarian In Surrner Coun- Â¬ Louis and Texas Railroad Company for ty Tenn died Thursday at Castalian 10000 damages sustained by being Springs Her name was Tina Thomp- Â¬ ejected from a freight train by the con- Â¬ son and she was nearly 1J0 years old ductor She was buried at Castalian Springs The asphaltum beds in Logan County Friday near Homer will bo developed by a com- Â¬ Probaby Fataly Burni pany of capitalists who have bought up At Jackson Tenn a little daughter 3000 acres of B W Haskell was probably fatally James Vice a prominent farmer in Nicholas County died at tho breakfast burned by her clothes taking fire from a grite A littlo negro boy was also table of heart disease Extensive beds of brown hematite burned in almost tho same way Ho may dio aro located on the north side of Pine President of Swlturaud mountain two miles of Pinoville Dr Welti has been elected President The Democrats of Bowling Green the other day elected the mayor and nine of of the Swiss Republic the ten councilmen Eight to Use Steel Patents At Frankfort Alice Phillips a color- Â¬ The steel patents company which con ed girl burned to death Her dress caught while she was standing in front trsls tho patents for making basic steel finally has decided at a meeting in of the flro At Gum IJck White Caps visited the Philadelphia to sell to outside manu Â¬ residence of Samuel Lowe and shot him facturers tho right to use tho process and his aged wife Lowe will dio but upon payment of a royalty of one dollar pec ton his wife may recover Im it inNO the park bonds the debt Christmas Turkeys From Canals Louisville is SJOOOO There aro A special freight train of seventeen some available assets to bo counted and crs laden with poultry left Ottawa onie not yet available but in round it Saturday for Boston Christmas unmben tho debt is ten millions Tho shipment is ono of tho market Sinatoi Biackm i introduced a largest ever sent from there The du Â¬ bill authorizing the Bowling Green and ties to be paid are estimated at 15000 Northern Railway Company to build bridges over Green and IJarren rivers Machine Gnu f jr th Itllan Country ar the mouth of Hear creek and near Two Ilotchkiss macuino gun3 with nis Landing or at such other a nunition wero shipped to Fort Meade as nay be selected by the com- - S D Wednesday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eight-year-ol- MENS UNDERWEAR NECKWEARt -- FULLQRESSSHIRTS I t -- rri OLIVER PLOWS vl km tr - n SHACKELFORD Hardware Tinware fFooileiiware AND WAGON MAKERS FOR S AXj3 DKALE1W IN ALL KINL GENTRY Houss Fnrnisig BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL M 40- - Roofing and Guttering Kichmoni Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds CftReuGEsaRLEYltliEusm NEW BUGGIES NEW PHT0NS NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES One of the oldest houses Kentucky WBOOGBT tin in of - lit Only Coal hr in Tut NEW CARRIAGES keeps EBON a variety for black- Only a s quare from the Court booM You dont have to seud away out to the depot i m My vehicles areall new ami of very latest patterns They are for on the most reasonable terms If want a vehicle come and see me you wont g liome without one 5- - aie ivijjo you ami wagon UtIO iinu 1 l uiucr supplies -- - f 101 makers Best makes of Fine Soft Coal and Anthracite Nat and Lamp Coal Now open at Myers old lumberyard Â¬ Deatu s Aunouncennnt Fatal Mrs W J Durbin a prominent lady fell dead at her Trial Trip or One of the Mt Cariuel Ships of Greenville Ind Announced to Occur Within Three home in that town caused by the sud- Â¬ Week den announcement of tho death of tho Within three weeks wo will sail into wifo of Rev II J Barr at Mitchell Chicago in the first of our air ships de Â¬ Ind Mrs Barr formerly lived at Green- Â¬ People turn iid their uosol at the clared E J Pennington at the Grand ville and she and Mrs Durbin were very A holds its Pacific Hotel Wednesday Mr Ponning devoted friends Mrs Durbin probably Wlls ome nig an will f jr- rainy - ton who is tho principal inventorof tho naa heart disease v7 air ship soon to be tried for the first time had went to Chicago to at Â¬ tend the meeting of tho stockhold Â¬ Highest of all i Leavening Power- Govt Report Aug 17 1889 ers of the Mount Carmel Aero Navigation Company Tbe ship natic he said will start from tho placo of its manufacture at Mt Carmel and travel to St Louis a distance of 1S5 miles From St Louis it will sail up to Chicago and from there to New York Mr Pennington and his associate Mr R H Butler propose to make the trip taking with them a half dozen newspa Â¬ per representatives and uny of tho stockholders who wish to accompany them The vessel with which the first trial is to be made will be two hundred feet in length The cabin will be made of aluminum THROUGH THS AIR MatrltnonUl Insluu tloii Mr Book ly Reading maketh a full nan says Iiacon Mrs Bookly Thai may be but read lag never gives a man art d nose Life A JOHN DONELSON FARMING IMTLKMKNTS lot FOR SALE 6 rooms each HiiUiiaie lots all well finiohed 40x150 feet next to Ht eond Prrabyterian of GUNS and AMMUNITION Quickest delivery iu town church Lowest prices Eleadquarters for FIELD SEED Try u C T rrznrx i SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot oxijo LINK of HARDWARE and best to 10 foot alley OrcharJ Street dcw UJ EEN ANNE COTTAGE 5 rooms llallie Irvine brands of STAPLE GROCERIES lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley ar Grange Str TCLLS k 00 For Sale or Hent I desire to sell or rent privately th large two story TWO FRAME DWELLINGS Avenue new e SALT LIME and CEMENT lssFCome to the house where Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS Walnut addition seperatc or as a whole on Fifth Street on 50x160 feet 48- your fathers and grandfathers sltialed oh a good corner lot In Fllta ton Ky known as tie Hngan pmner STORE HOUSE f Street Iower each tGF For price on any of the above MRS E W WIGGINS inquire cf bought their goods half a century ago u - H H UOL THOMAS BTYRKS Collecting Age hiv- - a - 1 x ABSOLUTELY PURE tiwden can MONEY Wm lajllll k cntnl If and iL r M hi I T Jmi ia their rnrniah imiissAn w ltant meats r alt yww tin to th your ew lw4Jd Man woadtsrfU wo entire arr earning fro Sta ta AM prrnkaal TT vv 17- - nr J ATJTTTV L XT AVIXG RETURNED TO RJ xjl vnvn 1 tafcrtaacku trr a Ditto iiMkiM We ems Him Urn the ti- ind tmmeh yo httl Xo mc to explain hart MUt TAVC A CO AlWtblA MAUI u Successor to John Farlev attention again of Real Estate I will thank count id jou y THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing expected to be made by cutting short the addrem in re-Â¬ ply to the speech from the throne Steps FRENCH TIPTON Editor ill be taken probably bv the govern- Â¬ ment to devise new means of limiting IT BUSHED E UtY WIDmMT BT g evch inaking in order to render these Co gains of time useful If the means em Â¬ ployed prove effective the government W11G White Chas S Powell ill attempt other measure such as a lo- Â¬ cal government bill for Ireland a bill to K PEB VI Alt 150 enlarge the facilities for the purchase of Wednesday - - December 17 1390 small pieces of land and other bills of like character The majority upon which Salisbury relies has been somewhat African explorer will diminished by bye elections but still nipht lecture in incinnati to numbers over 80 iVmocrat A man is a good of time w I tn-k- - B M MIDDELTON amendments as may have been made earnings there are signs already of an ap Â¬ although the work had hardly been be J J BROOKS volume of gun New committees were appointed proaching decrease in the thereto Sec 4 The convention shall consist of trade In fact the recent disturbances fi r s me of the counties and articles of J as many delegates as mere are nepre-- nave suasen puouc commence aim ocu- - im orporation of the warehouse company The growers are will were read aud adopted of timid capital sentatives in the most numerous branch it the companion of the Cuneral Assembly and the dele- - for the time being undergo a watchful very bitter against the warehousjnien We have them and the finest hail have the same qualifications scrutiny which cannot fail to prove ulti wlio have been trying to form a combinaThey hope tion here ami in Cincinnati and be elected from the same districts as mately beneficial lot in town at that We think however that the halt w ill to have a warehouse established here in said Representatives prove of short duration for the general January Bee 5 Delegates to such convention Id Design iml Mr Cleveland pays to those inde- - shall be elected at the next general State condition of the country would ajipear to CONVENTIONALITY We have seen it under more election after the passage of the act call- be sound pendent and patriotic Republi ing the convention which doos not oc- favorable aspects but with all due allow- SMlatyi lwi My B Sarar Bt Tkay throughout the country whose our lav out c An AdTUmble cur within less than ninetv days ami ance for an amount of inflation and discontributed so materially to the You think the laws of society are secess of the Democratic candidates at the they shall meet within ninety days after tress in certain quarters we see no causes vere You do not believe that coivan their election at the capital of the State to justify a widespread and lasting panic tionality is a great sword hald u not recent elections is no more than just s iTim IIH1 wotk If unwise speculation and public and pri- to strike you but to protect yoxi and a victo- ami continue in session until their It was not therefore S THE FORCE BILL THL FAKMtKS vate extravagance have received a warn- you shrug your pretty shoulders and say ipleted ry of the iHMnocratic organization ea MUSIC BOIES o The General Assembly in the ing which will result in the beginning of I know I was doing nothing wrong r gort of IVnio- and but of Democratic principles et all tl tiiiic The Farmers National Alliance in ses those who rely upon the organization act callinj the convention shall provide a healthier and more conservative era and Idont care what people say Now ctat if the man raw runs after strange SHAVING SETS We have secured the Luxon house for the DISPLAY of our HOLIDAY reople sion at Ocala Flofida adopted on Wed alone to produce equally favorable lot comparing the polls and giving cer- this interim will not be without its good my dear you must care what goda ami votes for auacellaneous tfekola GOODS Go there at once and see by all great judgment say the world hi a lutious denouncing the Force another vear be it MANICURE CASES next year or the year tificates of election to the delegates side A cuitailment of credit must sure- court and usually the innocent and Kill in terms that cannot be misunderand provide far their compeaaB ly be followed by a decline in consumj following will do well to consider the the ignorant are protected by it though Behe MUSIC ROLLS VASES Year Eyes E sM war horse QssL stood The following preamble and reso- conditions upon which such success is tion celebrate tion and in jirices but such a reaction occasionally seme one falling intD tDa The i Wade Hamilton was defeated for the lutions were adopted unanimously amid alone possible It is not only discontent superseded by a mire of scandal and gossip is brought Sec 7 The convention when assembmust sooner or later be tea Senate in the South Caro- the wildest enthusiasm BE PARTICULAR TO INSPECT Into the court all bedraggled and disled shall be the judge of the election and renewed activity ed Republicans but discontented DCBBO Whereas The President of the crate in large numliers who have still to qualification of its members and shall lina I legislature lat week by a farmer The present uncertainty is also height figured and the judge not being able namel Irby The vote on the 4th 1ml 1nited States in his annual message to be converted in this State that Democra determine contested elections But the ened by the doubt as to Suture legislation to see the virtue that is underneath lot stol imt44 The fanner is mak Congress recommends and urges the im- cy means something more than mere General Assembly shall in the act call- regarding the financial policy of the OV decides again3t the victim and all be lover In price than you can imagine INK STANDS PICTURES care what the world ing himself felt as well as heard in va mediate passage of the measure known managements for party success and a par ing the convention provide for taking ernmeut and other measures affecting the causo 1 she- did not wish you would think even of the said IN FANCY AND TOY BOOKS we cant be turned down FOR LOVELY We hep Try as the Ixxlge election bill and tioos jiari- TOY and FANCY BOOKS tism distribution of lcneiits after suc- testimony in such cases and for issuing public interest It is natural that such most innocent things With VASES TOILET AND MANICURE SETS we are ahead Whkkkas Said bill involves a radical cess Mr Irby may well till tawaami Sometimes I fear you think I am a iouUI arise but so long as the in a writ of election in case of a tie Mr Cleveland shows how and FANCY STATIONERY CHRISTMAS and NEW VEAR CARDS we take the revolution in the election machinery of how only this can but I have known so le done In the same Bee s Before a vote is taken on the dependent and unprejudiced mind little bit severe were so thoughtless Our COLLAR and CUFF rag off the bush who the Fnion lioth Brit and national and letter to the Young Mens Democratic question of calling a convention the of the American j pie is prepared to as- many girls PAPER KNIYI Madison m the BOXES are perfection yet so good and who only found profatal to the autonomy Club in Ihio after its passage will the words we have Secretary of State shall cause notice of sert itself as it did on the fourth day of tection in the sword of conventionality prop Constitutional Convention of the Mates and cherished libert 0TJR LINE TEAT 0U CAN WANT or SH07LD ZAYS This can only be the election to be published in such November bat oar lawmakers in just quoted he adds It may hang over your head as did that EVERYTHING IN ronstitutioual oath which required every the citizens and as a warning JBTREMEMBEn the LUXON BUILDING Our Druii Store was u done bv insisting that in the conduct of manner as may be provided by the act gress will not le able to do the Republic of Damocles but it is man elected to office to take an oath afWhereas In the holy war which we our patty principles touching the public directing said vote to ie taken It will protect you from evil speaking to hold our displav and we secured another house much harm firming tha he has not nsed money or have declared against sectionalism the The course of silver will be an interest- from the making of injudicious friends Â¬ Special inducements for Cnristmas Trss Presents for Cnurehc3 other orrupt saetiom to secure his elee liresides of the farmers of the North welfare shall be pkwed above sjois and A REVIEW OP THE FINANCIAL PANIC insure you much more pleas the kilatsy ing feature this the sentiment of the masses of the Iist month its extreme and it will if all the world ran helter The author supported it in an artioo ure than Sastfh and West are the citadels and 108 the latter lieing skelter and became like a wild Irish Democratic party to day They are disj rices were gument that it would do more to break around which the- heaviest liattles are be Fisher Shaw investment bankers of up the practice of vote buying than any ing tought and to the end that victory interested and jiatriotic and they should Baltimore under date ot December 13th the quotation on November the 88th fair day HAGAN t Conventionality protects you as does Naturally when the Government is in other provision this convention could may crown our crusade and fraternity not lie misrepresented by the tricks The civilized world has recently write for-Â¬ 26- 8 who would not scruple to use the the market quotations are advanced and the best mother frowning at and iflli Cim innni J witnessed one of the most remarkable is bit lso TS and unity reign therefore be it These petty name for selfish pu after its purchases have been made the bidding not only that which Ruth Ash anicB that has occurred during the preslooks wrong JUvJied By the National Farmers then are the conditions of the Democrat A ULAT NEWSPAPER of the that which price is allowed to fall A portion Alliance and Industrial Union of America ic success in the great national contest of ent century The causes which led to it reaction is jerhajs due to wine reduc more in Ladies Home Journal had their origin in countries very far Y kaMM Bvapapat more ably in national council assembled that we do IMS They are in all likelihood no less tion in the stock of bullion in New York HOWS THIS s viz 3 apart the Argentine Rejiublic ntains better news tlian most solemnly protest against the passage the conditions ot leinocratic sue and represented by certificates of de Sjuth Africa England and the United f said Ixxlge Flection bill most earnest -tl r ii MPL Mr Cleveland does wisely to ad iii 1bcbbb of editorposit but it hss not been so material as We offer One Hundred Dollars reward of ly etition our Senators to employ all dress his words of counsel to the young States and were brought about by the to cause any permanent advance unsurpassed and every phase The for any case of catarrh that can not be bily presented to its fair and legal means to defeat this unja Democrats of the cotintrv As the future continued and excessive creation of debts silver question is bound to remain an un- Cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure leaders in the most attractive way tnotie measure which can result in noth of the country is necessarily in the hatuls by governments municipalities and jiri solved jiroblem lot some time to come FJCheney Co Props Toledo O The evidences of these e he nam living ing but evil to our common and beloved of its rising generation so especially in vate enterprises The napteaaon a gaining ground that We the undersigned have known F debts in the shape of shares and bonds we are sueb a paper and country to enter apoa a jieriod J Cheney for the past 15 years and bethis present period of transition and de about ll Jied Further that a copy of these velopment of progress and improvement had to seek a market in Ixndon and during which higher rates of interest will Â¬ tbems my v lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi- Â¬ no bankers in that city emboldened preambles and resolutions sent to each as we hojie and lelitTv in n It cannot le denied that the acprevail the polities of doubt by financially able to the ease with which former cumulation of funds for some years jiast ness transactions and Senator in Congress the eountr the strength and the Bucceea carry out any obligations made by their TUE SILVER PROBLEMloans had been taken aad lured on bv of the Democratic itrty must largely de at the worlds large centres which re PlBLIC SCHOOLS ANR POLITICIANS the jrosjects of heavy gains kejit on in- snlted in such low rates had the effect of firm pend uion its young men to whom Mr West Traux Wholesale Druggists re the Mr creasing the quantity of securities with over stimulating jieculation and enter- Toledo O The Secretary of the Interior in his Clevelands words should carry all the Mem bothering Congress witb out heeding the law of sujjily and de globe This different jarts prise a fact weight counsel attention Walding lotion hih will provide that the annual reiirt calls known withtoregard personalofexample reinforced by that of mand Had we been told in this count supplyinof funds has toofathelarge extent sale DruggistsKinnan OMarvin WholeHalfta that is not gem rallv Toledo iteedeteipitc- - to the PaavJLaacr-7 ry a year ago that the coming crisis in been scattered and even with the into the attendance at the public schools Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Ik- held at Moiietar the Argentine Republic would be strong creasing rapid communication between AMENDING THE NEW CONSTITITIUN He say- acting directly upon the blood and mue in- - in the North and Smth Jauuan lv reflected in New York we would have nations a long time will elapse liefore it cous surfaces of the system TestimoThe progressive decrease in the numit a The Convention has adopted the fo- laughed at the idea N accustomed are can pile up again This sujitiosition nials sent free Price 75c per bottle ber of public school pupils as compared lic stain bird and the adoption by the llowing provisions for amending the new we to rely upon the inherent strength of appear reasonable therefore would with the papulation in the Northern Sold by all Druggists S29nted in the conference of pcopli our own institutions and to look for jss which has already Ix en referred Constitution With higher juices lot money more conof this country d and si sihle danger within the limits of our own first twenty Section Strike out the servative methods will prevail In con to in the rejKrt of this office isstill - - we forget that axis of pin the conference going on In ytsKa jj joint of fact there has four lines of Stvtion and insert the fo- horizon that world rests the London nection with this idea it is well to reof the free coiu- in llowing Amendments to this Consti- the financial member that the United States would ajibeen during the past year an absolute tnpreaaaev as IV hanking centre pear to have received its full proportion tution may lie Btepoaed in either House BB in the nunilsL r of pupils enof the General AaBUSBbfy for if such has asserted itself through recent start- of this scattered capital TIIK HIGHEST BKIWIE IN THE INITED rolled in six of the Northern States and amendment or amendments shall Ik ling events In the future as in the jia t in one other New York there Baa beta r the borrowing world will continue to look an increase of only 544 pupils against agreed upon by two thirds of all the CONCERNING FARMERS members elected BO each House such to the enormous cumulative cajiital of J bbb ling the cut off on an increase of school population of over propped amendment or amendments Fngland and when that market is even In Garrard county M0 barrels corn sold 1acilii Railroad west of 30j000n The Jercentige of pipulatiou with utheni real and navs of each House taken temporarily closed to it the affect is felt - from Sbuuda to enrolled as public Beheei pupils in 170 y 1 thereon shall be entered in full on their the most severelv jierhajs in the United at 2 j n a short time z The in the North Atlantic division was 21 reapeetrre journals then such proproaed States where new develojnnent is ever In Lincoln county 44 yearling cattle was 9BLS and in Maa was 1S only 7 mile- - long but will amendment or amendments shall lie in advance of its accumulation of wealth 850 pounds sold at cents The bridge The jiercentage in the South Atlantic submitted to the Dectota of the State for For months jiast our advices as to the In Woodford county 3 can of exjHirt in 1SKO was i l E P ros riv- - division in 1870 was lti a their ratification or rejection at the next condition of affairs in I indoii had liccn cattle sold at 4 to 4i cents highest in the and in UM waa 17 The exidanation le the paces elections for State officers r alarming and we felt sure that sooner or Geo Kratz shipped from this place given of this appiirent retrograde move tin an a ma later the storm which had so long been Monday 20 car loads exjHirt cattle bought members of the House of Representa ment in the Northern States is the iu- lire length OIVJ3 Ije taken thereon in brewing must burst We little thought of J V Caldwell at 4 cents J in private and parochial schools tives the vote to Both the method and results wbei iiffto cliff will be such manner as the General Assembly however that one of the first commercial Ad n ami the tendency to refrain from send Syrup of Figs is taken it is Besaaaal to eatandoned may provide and to be certified by the houses in the world would have required The National meeting of the Farmers aud refreshing to the taste aad aett the track runs along ing children to school at as early an age officers of election to the Secretary of the support of the Bank of England and through two tunnels and over is heretofore whereby the number of State in such manner aa may be pro- other bankers to save it from failure Alliance at Ocala Kla passed resolutions gently yet promptly on the Kidneys denouncing President Harrison and the Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysvery young pupils has diminished In e bridges 26- The surpri c was general for the conservby law which vote shall Force Hill Massachusetts for instance the number vided tem effectually dispels colds headand certified by the same board ative leputation which it enjoyed wsa HAS AlinlT II of pupils under five years ot age ha s de At the Noble sale on Saturday corn aches and fevers and cures habitual such that its name alone was a tower of during each of the last ten years authorized by law to compare the potla Sj rup of Figs is the brought SXK in the pen yearling cattle constipation litutional Convention wasted There is another cause for the decline in and give certificates of election to offices strength and was a fortune in itself The 3 cent scrubs 1 cents The sale only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste nd as a day in a profataaaB trip to Richmond public school attendance at the North tor the State at large If it shall apjicar united action of the londoa beakers was amounted to about 1000 ceptable to the stomach prompt in aad has arranged for a Christ to which the Secretary does not allude that a majority of the votes east for and ao quiet aad so pioaspf that it doubtless In Montgomery county 1100 pound for there IT- its action and truly beneficial in it liday that will extend over four but which has unquestionably exercised a against such amendment at each of said averted a general catastrophe cattle sold at 3 cents and iM effects prepared only from tie meal teen good working days This looks like strong influence in bringing alxmt the elections was for the amendment or seems goixl ground tor the lelief that the jKiiinders at cents Butchers cattle 1 healthy and agreeable substances its and shall further appear state in which the Messrs Bating found childs play to aay nothing of a prodigal result noticed in nearly all of the amendments only reflected the condition to 2i cents Corn 2 to 25 Fat cattle many excellent qualities commend it votes in favor of said amend themselves waste of time and money that do not 1m large cities and thickly populated North that the S3J0 to j4 Of other firms ment or amendments are equal to om to all aud have made it the most them The people are disgusted ern communities public schools the In this country thesujijily of new secufourth of the total BanaberofTOh Jos M Harlan bought last week of T popular remedy known and we feel sure that the working have had their efficiency greatly impair iryrup of Figs is for sale in 50c mbers of the body must re ed by having iallen under the control of at the last preceding general election in rities had been accumulating for months lien Bright of Garrard two jennet colts this Commonwealth then the same shall in the hands of bankers waiting to find one jack colt and two yearling jennets and 81 bottles by all leading drug on with it hiiicatttr the politicians Education and pliti s ve are reaJv u beeeBBB a part of the Constitution of this its usual outlet in London so that when forfUKQ Any reliable druggist who This stock is by Mr Brigfats gits do not go together and wherever the may not have it on hand will pro crisis came and large blocks of stocks well known jack Cortes Jtectrd The alsive is a fair sample of the mud political machine has been able to annex State and shall le so proclaimed by the the cure it promptly for any one whe Governor and published in such man- anil bonds had to be thrown on the New r in at tin- Con Con by or alisorb the school system it lias WEATHER Whenever you see a man on Kansas wishes to try it Do not accept uaj ner as the General Assembly may di- York market for London account the ajH rs sine the Convention avenue in Topeka now with a suit of substitute to the immediate and obvious detriment rect But in case the proposed amend strain was more than it could bear and Bovs dont tear vour of the latter In the Siuth where loss ted Richmond jeans clothes on a corn stalk in his hand CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ment or amendments should lie defeat quotations fell rapidly the Con Con may posaibiycaaaV and machines are comparatively unand a few straws scattered in his hair it If you intend buying anything mentioned below it will pay CAL SAN FhANCISCO The demand attracted by the low is ed at the first general election there aoend to vis you even vet pretty safe to ask him w hat he thinks known the public schools have not yet LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY no submission at the second prices which has been the cause of the should be you to COME AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say his chances are for the United States been contaminated and are doing their WHY MR CLARKSON ON THE REASON general election Said amendments shall subsequent advance having to all aj Bsnatorship work so well as to make them ppular itj Timm fonaa Louisville Tobacco Market not be submitted at an election which jiearance been satisfied we shall for a f S and attractive In Baltimore fortunateA patent ana issued in Washington ie Mr Clarkson who did so much By Glover occurs less than ninety days from the while look for a fluctuating market Durrelt Louisville Tobacco ly we have so far escajied many of the Theres no room for fai tion up n Democratic jsjstmasters while Tending as we were towards a jieriod ceiltlv for a steel fence post It is to be final passage of such proposed amend Ware House evils that spring from the control of edu made of steel tubing seven feet high argument Our In was in the Iostoftice Iejiartmentsays ments Provided that not more than of greet inflation it is fortunate that the Sales on our market for the week just cational institutions by professional pel k ot the campaign of Kfil is already ojened to this Constitution jianic has occurred at this time for its with a neat cap and with bands to hold closed amount to 1723 hhds with receipts two amendments the barbed w ire It is said that these for the same period of 483 hhds Sales It is to be fought he says by the press iticians and in the main our teachers shall le voted on at any one time Nor at verity is confined within a comjMirative are efficient and a creditable staudard is can be furnished complete for plac- on our market since January 1st amount fact and the party tliat understands that ly narrow circle and its results have not Iot shall the same amendment le to 142222 hhds Nevertheless the trial of maintained ZA cents each If the people he best will succeed more than once in five years after liecn so wideapread as they doubtless ing in the ground at of the new crop on our The offering the serpent is visible in certain diiections Boots Dais M Harlan Dr W T Wood sold to Jos read a iJemocratic or mug aav the first submission and the announce- would have leen had it taken place a market up to this date amount to 259 hhds and public vigilence is necessary to pro Of this county a weanling jennet colt wump paper where they ought to read a all of which have been of the bur nearly ment of the vote thereon Said amend year or two hence It has been ajijirojiri tect our schools from the results that publican japer the Democrats arc sure ment shall lie so submitted as to allow a ately termed by the New York Chronicle seven months old by a son of uaiit for ley variety and the prices heve been very have followed political domination in the And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked satisfactory considering the xuality ot the Hence his advice to his party ria The re- tlfiO Jos M Harlan bought of Mrs tobacco The weather continue unfava security jiromoters jianic sejiarate vote on each and no such North The public school system should is now offered at prices whi h praam At present in Mart Latiuier a jennet by orable for handling the new crop and reI amendment shall contain more than one cent revelations brought to light in Phila be divorced permanently and entirely make us beyond quest ion tlu view the most widely circulated jia proposition deljihia give evidence of the reckless Liberty ior225 and of Devil Bros of ceipts remain light pilitics ami politicians if its use- Â¬ The following quotations fairly repreLOWEST lKRE UOUSE IN a fa t lrom ic country are Democratic The approval of the Governor sliall manner in which individuals and even Versailles one jennet and colt for S200 Bosses of fulness is to le preserved sent our market for hurley tobacca TOWN jijality considered of evil omen for the grand old jarty lie necessary to any bill order resoengaged in schemes bnitiiile Aoernk not corj orations have Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 2oo high ami low degree should be Above us stands no competing Mr Clarkson said something very like lsth lution or vote of the General Assembly of doubtful utility and jirotit There ha been something of a rivalry to 350 made to keep their hands off of it and Colory Trash 400 to 800 before the November elections and A time like this is bound to relegate proposing amendments to this Constitustock below us he no com among turniji raisers la the West Knd its direction should be committed wholly Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 500 his perspicacity The tion the vast crop of schemers to a long ob- The Danville Advocate has published an petinjr prices We have ele ha trained educators Otherwise it will Colory Lugs 3oo to 14 00 reason why the Deaaoeratie press is forgJ Before any amendment shall be livion After such an ujiheaval there account of a tamip raised by Jake Cozatt jrant goods and plenty of Common Leaf 7 00 to 9 00 ultivalueless and will ing ahead at present is that it is advocat become utterly submitted to a vote the Secretary of must follow a jeriod of dullness which of Parksville weighing 4i pounds also Medium to Good Leaf too to 1600 We have all the lead them mately lose public confidence ami supbVe peeafea interests as against those Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 State shall cause such proposed amend- w ill he felt in all the channels of business one raised by Mrs Sarah Bottoms Ierry ing and representative Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 33 00 Mr larkson proba port as seems already to be the case in ment and the time that the same is to Railway building which has doubtless ville weighing V pounds but Mr J A the North to a limited extent Baltimore UBderatands that as well as aaybody be Nasi upon to be published at least lieen overdone and eaterpriaeaof various Stewart of Stewart this county rejiorts And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked LIVE STOCS MAEKET EEPOET though he does not think it good jsjlitics Sun ninety days liefore the vote is to be descrijitions to say nothing of land to us that he raised a turniji weighing til By GKKKNE EMBKY FALL W1K1ER STYLES to aar so Baltimorr Sua taken thereon in such a manner as may MB CLEVELAND DEFINES THE CONDI looms will receive a salutary check HarnxMiirtj IkmoCTwL pounds LI e Slock Commission Merchants at Cinclu f further gain are wise and weighty words and deserve to be pondered bv every Democrat who values the principles of his partv and de-Â¬ sires their success lieyond the mere er sonal and selfish aggrandizement of self constituted leaders and managers who care more for the rewards of success and the plunder of the camp than for the principles of the party or the triumph of which cause The tribute 1 1 BROOKS MIDDELTON ens m FinLi -- Â¬ THE FINEST LOT OF Â¬ a- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Christmas Goods IN TOWN Â¬ Â¬ fi 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Giuk ffiiij -- Â¬ Â¬ i Una Ei Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IOUR SUPERB LINE OF ALBUMS0 Porffls Perfumes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Sc BROOKS - MIDDELTON POWERS Â¬ A SWEEPING REDUCTION Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ I Will be made from now until January 1st 1891 throughout our entire Stock and to accomplish this end you will find a corres Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ponding IN REDUCTION PRICES On every article in the house - - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our Cloak Stock - Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Is still in fine condition both as to sizes and qualities Now is the time to make your purchases as we are satisfied each aud every one of you like A lEaaf LOW PRICES SO GIVE US AN EARLY CALL -- 4 i AND WE WILL DO THE BALANCE i - Ex - - i Â¬ Â¬ EXJOYO Respectfully 112 Â¬ 11 1I1 WHITE Â¬ ALLEN W Main Street - Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ DAILY ATTRACTIDNSf YES AR6AIN d Â¬ Â¬ INTERESTING TO EVEHYBODY A Great Fall Â¬ Â¬ Streng Makes it So - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ex-cu- Â¬ 500 600 OVERCOATS AT subn-it-te- Â¬ 900 f Â¬ Â¬ 1000 hn u Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JSxxits of Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING AT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1000 800 900 500 600 700 1 MILLIONS TO EM CATION- - TIONS OP DEMOCRATIC SI tCESS The will eather York millionaire leather dealof Daniel B Fayerw 2100001 Â¬ er gives to different colleges The will was tU5000 to hospitals and has four Lxade on Octohe The testator died on Novem councils L 1890 equetft are made Hja college for Sheffield scientific ol 300000 Columbia college 200000 Bow- mell university in eoUege 100000 Amherst college 100000 illiams college Hamilton Wcslcyan Barren kocheater luiversit Uni- in university i00 Hampton Marysville college 60000 Union Theological seminary m endowment of cad etships 50000 liege 50000 Marietu eol- ert college 50000 abash college 30000 Path college MM PK0M THE THRONE opening the am of Parliament uraaants a ratber lodtat legislative program Besides the rial land purchase scheme of Mr Bal- - government will try to pass a of English and Welsh tbe owners a bill to facilitate legislation g rivate undertakings and a bill free education The first two lihsee measures will be violently na y Mr Gladstone and by Mr Par ill couGnue to lead the nation- rieech aeta eekii earlier than usual to gain time It seems to lie the happy faculty of Mr Cleveland more than of any public man of the day to know when and boa to combine a word of timely counsel and warning with utterances that might oth- rw ise seem to Ik- of a merely formal ami jierfunctory order It isnt that he is ad dicted to preaching not in the least it is simply that he knows the value of a word in season and has the rare gift of Recently it appeared saving a brief letter of acknowledgment and regret sent by the ex President to the Young Mens Iemocratic Club of Canton Ohio in resjionse to an invitation to attend the third tariff reform banquet of the club on one evening of last week There are some thiugssaid in that short letter which are so true and so well said that they w ill bear reprinting After regretting jihtely his inability to accept the clubs invita- Â¬ tion to be present with them on the evening referred to and expressing the hope that the occasion might be full of encouragement and enthusiasm Mr Cleveland May I not suggest one goes on to say sober thought which should constantly ur late success is of bt in our minds course the triumph of Democratic princi- Â¬ ples but that success was made possible by the co operation of many who are not to be considered as irrevocably and under alt circumstances members of our party They trusted us and allied thein w ith us in the late struggle because w that those with whom they had ai tcd politically were heedless of the in- Â¬ tonate of the country and untrue to the Wt hare Ml to convince tiirm that people Democracy waaw mxmethmg more than mere management for arty miccem and apartuan These attribution of beiufUt after tueom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lie prescrilied by law Sc When a majority of all the members elected to each House of the General Assembly shall concur by a yea and nay vote to lie entered ujkui their respective journals in passing a law to take the sense of the eople of the Com Â¬ monwealth as to the necessity and ex jiediency of revising or amending this Constitution and such amendments as may have lteen made to the same such law shall be spread upon their resjee tive journals If the next General As sembly shall in like manner concur in such law they sliall provide for having a jsdl opened in each voting precinct in this State by the officers provided by law for holding general elections at the next ensuing regular election to be held for State officers or members of the House of Kcjiresentatives which does not occur within the ninety days from the final passage of such law at which time and jilaces the votes of the qualifi ed electors shall le taken for and against calling the convention in the same man ner provided by law for taking votes in other State elections The vote for and against said proposition shall le certified to the Secretary of State bv the same officers and in the same manner at in If it shall appear that a State elections majority voting on the jirojjositiou was for calling a convention and if the total number of votes cast for the calling of the convention is equal to one fourth of the number of qualified voters who voted at the last preceding general election in this Commonwealth the Secretary of -- hall certify the same to the Gen eral Assembly at its next regular session at which session they shall pass a law calling a Convention to re adopt revise or and such amend this Constitution Â¬ Â¬ The unsold stock of good securities will have to await a gradual absorption liefore new issues will find favor with bankers Much foreign and domestic capital has heretofore sought investment in railway Ixitids and stocks but outside of the sjieculativc class investors are scrutiniz- Â¬ ing such securities more closely than ever for jiermaiient investment Before lull confidence in railway management shall have been restored methods will have to lie devised by which more regularity in the payment of dividends shall mrved Their precariousness lias become jiroverbial It is indeed astonishing and a favorable indication considering the alarming con ditions prevailing and which have been heightened by a pretracted stringency in the money market that so few disasters In Baltimore although have occurred funds have been hard to obtain the strain has not been felt as severely as in New At this York Boston and Philadeljihin time of writing the stringency continues to be severe and from the indicat our command we cannot foresee any im mediate relief as the return to a normal condition must of necessity be slow The money has been scattered away from the financial centres and as is always the case during panics doubtless a good deal Funds are never very of it is hoarded jilentiful in December when eprporattoaa umulating money to meet the Jan- Â¬ This month has always uary dividends jieriod of voluntary settlement of ts among merchants but the jires ent condition of the loan market is re- Â¬ stricting commercial operations and is bringing about an enforced liquidation for notwithstanding the large business done in November as indicated by the general bank clearings and gross railway Â¬ Â¬ Auctioneer Bush reports administra- Â¬ tors sale of W T Fox near Clays Ferry on December 11th Household goods sold well Milch cows and calves 40 2 calves 20 each steers 15 15 to ISO 82 heifers mule mares Slim to s04 weanling colts 4 voke of oken S75 tat oxen S270 hoirs 15 rye stack 331 shoabs 3 cents wheat 78 cents jer bushel corn in crib Name your farm and let the jmblic know what you call it Paint it on one to- Â¬ of the buildings or over a gateway gether with your uw n name Merchants find it to their advantage to do this and the farmers would too if it once lie came the custom The name of the farm might be painted on the wagons printed on letter heads etc What a help it would be in directing travelers if farms might thus lie made landmarks Kr The much talked of tobacco warehouse combination has come to grief The pro- Â¬ moters of the combine attribute the fail- Â¬ ure of the scheme to materialize to the derangement of nionev markets in the Most likely the eoUapse is attribu- Â¬ table to the decided ojijiosition of the cco-growers whose proaapt movement and energetic jirot est rendered the scheme impracticable and wanting in the chief attraction of such ventures the jiroliabil ity of Frankfort ktpiial The Couriei Journ the tobacco convention in Louisville The Keu tuckv Tobacco Growers Association met with a large number tf farmers in attendance Report were received from the ppointed to raise subscrijitions for the establishment of warehou and Cincinnati purpose aud 98400 was secured for tobaÂ¬ uali Union Stock Yards aud Cov uglon Slock Yards S150 SHIPPING CATTLE Cincinnati Ohio Dec isst Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good 4 3 4 oo 2 7 3 2 1800 BOOTS AT Worth fully 15 per cent more than asked 1 SJ v 75 200 250 300 350 for Ladies drens wear Gents and hd jj Our j 1 oomo sneit lor comp but a blessing for the people Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful buver Are the -- Fair to Good Kxtra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Kough Cows and Oxen Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna I air to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra 3 6oA 3 oo 2 S 3 2 3 - At Prices OfAUSinds YOU of 25 Are the i 2 2 1 o 0 nd 2 1 DroGoQisJ that win Astonish Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance Ladies Misses Lcwsst Prices any object to vou I a i Sal lUukii Â¬ any inducement I t BULLS t 1 3 per cent If so come in and take 2 1 17 ooi f 100 utop at our splendid new good BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON So jrreat in assortment 12 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 Cloaks al 3 40 3 1 75 Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers voou to extra tleiters Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades 3 oo 20 1 and Caildrcns 4000 f Flannels Eye Openers -- 51 COWS AND CALVES J air to Good 35 20 Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent pleasing ir oi- - Common best eal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butchers io OO0IJ 00 4 7115 4 2uui 2 oii 00830 oo4o 00 00 j Blankets Jeansc Dont forget to come and see me It will pay you Shawls jive us a chance price and we will give you for j B monev moro Hortt r Sin Br nan any oiner nouse in ti able Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs Fair to Good Packers 3 5 iWULUEUOBBSL SPRING LAMBS Extra 5 tis 6c 5 75 H J STRENG JiL KORKU -- arTf Tryffpn nii SUPPLEMENT iii Jf fy v VOLUME IV AITOKNKYS 1 tI THE MAN WHO She-- RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER CANT AFFORD IT Then Luana told how she longed to go into the nursery business and asked if he would teach her as payment for the work she was doing for him No said ne indignantly I wont but Ill teach you for nothing And then be began to make plans for her and became almost as excited as a boy The best way is to graft them in the root Luana ho said Ive soveral big apple trees that are in my way when I draw hay to the barn and Im going to dig them out You may have all the roots But the wax and things dont they cost awfully Not very much Ill make a little calculation for you when Im making mine Before Luana began her summer school sho had one thousand scions sot and the stocks planted in neat rows in ground which Deacon Plumb had pre- Â¬ pared for her in part payment for her work That will do for a beginning said Luana to herself as she complacently p 1 fi A 1 Â¬ B mrkimr Isald A 17 1 S3 aaTgirQirWffia fjf Y DP EMENl WWI bkl Ikl I AM a LugggsajigieJ 7 27 1890 NUMBER i A T BURNAM A - TTOKXETS 11- Richmond nfflee No - TLA W Kentucky IJuiMiug - KILLING BuiuaiiiK Firt 3- J A A SILLIVAN TTORNEt - A Richmond cupied Office on Kirst - TLA W Kjentlcky us formerly ocÂ¬ it Sin et lump County Ju TIME 13 AT HAND A TTOUXETA T LA If - Richmond - - Kevticky YOU CAN BUY YOUR i S I A I bUIUURY WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEOX Kentucky Richmond j A Butcher Knives Hurrah for the man who Is able to lay In a manly unblushing and sensible way I cant afford It when tempted to buy What eer will distress him when pay day is nigh Hurrah tor that man though his ways he neglect He has our profoundest stneerest respect To lnm bo ho ever a friend or a foe Unchecked admiration wo all have to show And well he deserves It He teaches the way Of boldly Ignoring what people may say Or think In a way which concerns Tho one who for reasons extravagance spurns We honor him truly though seedy his clothes We love him though little of fashion he shows We trust him unquestioned though poorer than clay And Ian 1 he happy f Just look In his face Of cure or of worry there Isnt a trace His conscience Is clear all the riches on earth Cant give him the Joy that right doing Is worth No statesman no ruler no great soldier brave Is prouder than h who is nobodys slave I cant afford it all praise to the man Who fearlessly says It and lives on the plan Harvey N Dliomcr in Jury A SELFISH MAN Pleasant Little Comedy That finds Happily A pleasant drawing room Gertie seated in a cosy arm chair Cecil in devoted attitude on ottoman near her Scene But do you love me unselfish- Â¬ ly just for myself alone my soul my Gertlo spirit utter to the ceiling Oh she asks me this after my long worship my Cecil Gertie Ah mans love is nearly al Â¬ ways selfish Its so different from a womans sacrificing enduring affection Cecil Only let me prove to you in tomo way how dearly how slnoerely I love Gertie suddenly decisive I will Cecil I consent to marry you Cecil breathlessly Oh Ger Gertlo Yes gladly delightedly for I am very fond of you on one condi- Â¬ tion You know how I love music Ceoil faintly Ye es Gertie That you will send me abroad for three years to study to perfect my voice H itth lUiililniK l J linil u tettanUatry C MORGAN D 1 S RICHMOND IjM to Main StrceL 41X1 1 Office 3 Meat Cutters Lard Kettles AN INDEPENDENT GLRL Came Out Ahead Despite Her UucIgb Prophecies M EENTUCKT 3- - II ink fflre Main Street over Madison National Lard Cans FROM 4Cld c wf klby w burgin DEXTIST Rkhmond ohl OULL hare to keep house for me Luan a There is no other way out of the Cecil bewildered Send you Gertie It has been my dream my I know I have a voice and ambition Cecil you know that I have Cecli with deep feeling Indeed I do woods Ezekiel and Kenticky lasaa Drv Goodh Store by looked Roder reflectÂ¬ gift It is my duty to cultivate it and Gertie I have no right to ignore this he Squeehawken ance Company capital Sfi 000000 Ive nailed to see if you would not take out a polioy and said the busy mer Â¬ Sit right down chant and well talk it over Excuse me but will you hand me that bottle labelled Cure for Consumption Its nay time to take it Thanks Goon The rates arc exceedingly low con Â¬ tinued the agert and for Heavens sake sir Shall I call a doctor Oh no thanks feebly moaned the merchant picking himself up from the loor for he had fallen out of his chair as ff in a faint Its only a slight at Tck of heart disease or paralysis I dont know just which Im quite fre Â¬ quently affected Now please go on The agent was not quite so enthusi- Â¬ astic but he went on As I said the rates are scarcely any thing and in your case we would be pleased to make a discount so you see -- OTiEifi stranger enter the the cSfOSSP represent affable lOOD morning Â¬ office ing I Mutual Life Insur- Â¬ ueei Jorrnt rly occupied W lr 011 K- - J CIIEED D D S EIRES I JLLE HEX 7 1 - P M POPE Cheaper than 3 011 can find them elsewhere These goods were bought before the McKinley Bill got in its work ssSN 1 Chi 47- - ULIlI an board you and your mother for what you can do There are only eleven cows and two hired men so the work PHYSIrlAI will not bo unreasonably hard He waited for his niece to apeak but M POYNTZ sho kept silent and he began to feel a 1HrSlCIAX A XV SUMGEOM little uneasy as he continued the con- Â¬ He had always found Luana versation Richmond Kentucky I HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF Orm6by very hard to understand Your father couldnt have chosen a jnce Second street next to Whites Drug ssaw 3 worse time to die he left things in very bad shape with that Millbury lot under IV EVANS M a heavy mortgage and every thing at i COOK AND HEATING sixes and sevens The lot will have to PH1SICIAX AXD SURGEON go back of course and you couldnt KENTl iKl Richmond make your living off tho remaining five acres if you were to lie hung for failure to do so Sposo you sell and put the lime- - Second money at Interest it will buy clothes for you and your mother an may be T 1 TAYLOR youll get married before you get tired Practitioner in Medi ine and Surgery keeping house for me and -Luana turned slowly and looked at KENTUCKY Rii moan JUST COME IX- her uncle You are very good uncle she said ifllre Second Strwtover Dykes Grocery 3- to take so much interest in mother and me and I thank you for it but I mean care mother and myself 1K JOHN M EOS J Eli BOOGHT 10 SELL to takecourse of Youll be doing that it Of PMrstClAN AXD SURGEON you keep house Kentucky Richmond But Im not going to uncle Deacon Plumb says I can have the school to n xt iliMir o Luinns teach next summer and or Main unit Xatea Avenue That will be a big thing wont it asked Uncle Roder sarcastically Two 31 E CALL SEE SEXSMiTH M D dollars a week with the privilege of boarding around Are you going to ask PH SI CIA X A XD S RGE OX the Pcnn field district to let you take your mother around with you or do you White Hall - - - Kentucky expect to buy food and fuel with the ln professional aervice to tile pnl- two dollars a week Youd better do llr as I say Luana Youll find that it will be an awful strain on you to run K s M LETCU1 the wholo machinery without help Luana thought of her Aunt Agnes PHrStCIA X A XD S I EG E OX NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE her fathers only sister who had mar- Â¬ Kentucky ried Ezekiel Roder and whose life had been so miserable that she rejoiced tli lluitdiiig Main Street when told that she could not live I shall not sell our home she an Â¬ W BRIGHT IL D P S The FIVE CENT COUNTER swered quietly but firmly and I shall teach the Pennfield school New ways of PHlSICIA X A XI SURGEON is in full blast now earning will surely open to mo I pre- Â¬ Kentucky Ku hmond sume wo shall be poor but we must It Sniiili HuHclIng on Main Street learn to make the most of what we K iiiirosciiiicil mid CENTRAL iiMtltuaol tissue and fluid UNIVERSITY have Mix Well go your om way I see youve made up your mind to it but you need K BOLTON not look to me to draw up your fire RICHMOND KY wood free of charge and Ezekiel Roder Physician and Surgeon Homeopithic left feeling that he had done all that Kenticky Rkhmind could bo required of him NEXT SESSION OPENS M r I Well mother said Luana enter Â¬ Ilrixlits Hour M Special attention 10 triio p in - of unineii Mud mII diffi- - Wednesday Sept 10 1890 ing her mothers room a few minutes Iiii ieots troMted at a dis-Homeopathic medicines sent to l profession OSes t Kimiell urlaliilim in Everything expect ively at his nleco then con- Â¬ tinued as If the he proposition was making was much better than so slight a girl had a right to Yes interrupted the merchant Please excuse me again but wont you hand me that box marked Yellow Ill THE BEST WAT ft 3- JK STOVES TIO viewed her young nursery I can graft all next winter pack the setting in sand and set them out In the spring This work isnt half so tiresome as it would be to care for eleven cows and two hired men Oh mamma exclaimed Luana as she came in from her nursery one morn- Â¬ ing three years later Ive Just made two sales of trees The beauties I al Â¬ most hate to let them go One man takes fifty dollars worth and my sales to Mr Newell who is buying for his neighbors amount to just eighty four 1 fanoy 1 have taught my last dollars school in the Pennfield district Our nursery will support us now Have you heard that Esekiels second wife is dead asked Mrs Ormsby It makes me tremble when I think of the life we should have led if we bad gone thero But we didnt go there answered Luana with a ring of oxultation in her We didnt have to you see for tones you had an independent daughter with ideas ot her own A daughter worth seven sona any day answered the mother proudly S Rosalie Sill in Housekeeper BLANKETING HORSES A Human Custom That Is Growia Rapid y A revolution in popular sentiment In regard to the stable management of horses has been effected within the last decade and it is founded upon common sense and truth Like many other real reforms in methods this came from the town or city and ia being rapidly adopt- Â¬ ed by farmers throughout the country as they come to understand it properly We refer to the use of the blanket Years ago a horse blanket was the ex- Â¬ ception now it Is the rule First came the blanket to throw over the animal after being driven especially in cold weather This was so obviously necessary beneficial and humanitarian that the practice of protecting the horse when standing outdoors with a heavy blanket in winter and a lighter one in milder weather has become uni- Â¬ Â¬ TILE LAYING HINTS and Must Be Kept Out or the Dralas and Weak Points Looked After Tiles are In general most economical to begin with and satisfactory in the long run It costs leas to dig a narrow ditoh for a two inch tilo and pay for the tile and lay it than to dig and lav a stone drain and when done the chances of durability are in favor of the tile Some points must be observed carefully In laying them however says Massa- Â¬ They must be chusetts Ploughman laid with uniform downward grade any deviation frcm this rule makes stagÂ¬ nant water in the tile which will soon fill with sand or mud and cause a stoppage carelessness in this particular causes most of the stoppages In laying the tiles put them as closely at the joints as possible and cover the joints with a piece of tin or of oiled or tarred roofing paper You need not fear that the water will not find its way in you can not keep it out if you try but you must try to filter out the sand and mud which may enter with a rapid stream of sur- Â¬ face water washing down through a muskrats hole If the bottom is sandy or soft mud it is often necessary to lay strips of boards under the tiles to pre Â¬ vent them from settling and getting out of grade and also to wedge them sidewlse with stones to hold them in line for like a chain the usefulness of a drain is measured by its weakest point and we must avoid weak points Whenever surface water carefully must be taken into the drains and also whenever a long reach of nearly level drains makes settling of mud and sand likely to occur the catch basin must be Introduced This is simply a man hole or sand pump hole dug a foot or more lower than the drain and walled in with brick or with a large tile set up- Â¬ right tese catch basins need examin- Â¬ ing frequently to see that they do not fill up with sand and clog the tile Â¬ THE BEST IS OUR- - Bid for Your Trade Fall and Winter purchase was made a view of offering the best qualities at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful buyer OUR 173 arm nnru-- njiniiuvruTTtxuxruTjTjnjTJXanjTp Â¬ t 1 s 0 I VvHOLE WORLD I S-- 3 C3 WANTS THE Hi a a H W O LOVES SACRIFICES A True Tale of a Strictly Fashionable Summer Resort 13 o I 1 m AM P M POPE versal 3- Ca 4 E AlIIZ V THREE C0LLESE3 - PUrSlCtAN AXD SURGEON Richmond IheiiHult Ifliee - Fourteen partments of Study llPfPj I De Â¬ Kentucky Ulltllam 1H- Classical Scientific and Letters Courses liuildingUi stairs M Mala Slteet A - fll I BLACK PUrSICIAN AXD SURGEON Hook Ky to HAS HOOKER S I RGB X E TEhfXA VET COLLEGE GRADUATE OUT I tive I A full lVicultv of able and experienced men each a apfcialial in hs department Attendance la t acaaiaa 3J0 from 2 StaUs aiul Territories New Gymrasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year Expenses Moderate 175 to 1240 for Leading to Bachelor B A B S and B L anl Mat ter M A M S and M L Degree Also Commercial and Elec- r tuition board attention washing and servants PEEFAEATCH7 EEPAETMENT Â¬ Dentistry nd Sterility a iliy OFFICE Next door 10 Ii max office Dil 40- Ks llncuvm balMiMc lliiinij 1 Veterinary INSURANCE BURNAM am M A Principal LUANA LOOKXD AT HEB UNCLE and two assistants give undivided attention to the thorough instruction and dis later Ive thrown away the chance of cipline ot pupils a life time an opportunity of caring for The new Gymnasium contains a large eleven cows and two hired men until study hall seated with kingle desks convenient recitation rooms and all the equip some one married me And now what asked the mother m nt of a first class training school Prof R L Iulli school you know If we ready money 1 think Id be a nursery woman The Olcst and Strongest American A what Ccapasies Nursery woman they say nursery Â¬ man when it3 the other sex theyre talk Â¬ NORTH AMERICA 9ing of Id like to raise trees There is a gentleman staying with Mr Rogers SIRINOEIELD who understands grafting and oh OONNiKrnCDT dear how I wish I could hire enough Up as money to make a beginning Id be PENNSYLVANIA willing to do washing to pay it back Here the conversation was interrupted NIAGARA On the 1st day of November iSgo there by tho entranco of IeaCon Plumb I cams to see if you can not help us came to mv place at the mouth O Upper ERMANIA Howards Creek in Madison county he said out of our trouble Luana without taking tho proffered chair MERCHANTS lMCox Mothers been taken with one of her with snip nose and four white feet about bad spells and weve two hired men ROCK 1 Owner can have same by 5 tears old Cut what can I do with my mother ta9Diiit rrtt t our office is at Hie paying all charges and proving properly Faimers Nilioiiul Batik Interrupted Luana J A I5KUMBACK Dec 1800 n 28 Couldnt Rettastay with her Shes HUME BURNAM y- too young to do much but shed be willing to wait on Mrs Ormsby K B IWmon Briia Country Stores All right Ill go as soon as 1 can get ami Milium irutrty sjiecialties The Madison County Bible Societv has ready answered Luana and the worthy 33 3i H B at the drug store of Stockton Brooks in deacon gave vent to a sigh of relief as RichmonI a large number of Bibles and he trudged out the door Testaments They offer tliem at extremely Im nearly dizzy with delight moth- Â¬ low prices to those who are able to buy er exclaimed Luana as she hurriedly D and propose lo give them away to all who changed her dress for now I think I at in ia ten through- - see my way clear to aet up in graft Â¬ are not abe to buy out tiie county are requested to see that ing LphoUterer and Furniture tl pairer Car- the rnor of their respective vicinities are Before Mrs Plumb recovered from her pet ia inc a specialty All work neatly supplied bad spell there came a rainy day W L CRUTCHER President done Eighteen year experience Shop I meant to have set some scions ia Mad Nat Bank 49 48 109 Irvine at 2nd door from Post office those natural fruit trees by the lane If It hadnt rained to day said the deacon as he watched Luana make a t frtubebvetHsTi dried applo pie An mf AMM Do you know how to graft asked HUME Careful attention given to phvsical training Students have access to the gvmnasium and go through daily drills unier the direction of a 1rofessor Oratorical drill throughout the veir For further particulars or cataogue ap ply to L H BLAXTON Chancellor smiling Dont know exactly Therea the had a little Tho use of blankets In the stable is a later innovation but appealing as it does to the common sense of the intel- Â¬ ligent horse owner it has been adopted very generally Indeed no owner who understands the matter can now be found without a complete outfit for In- Â¬ doors as well as out The idea that a stable can be kept warm enough in this climate for the complete com fort and health of the horse has been exploded by costly experience A stable mutt bo well ventilated and with such ventilation the horse must be protected from obill and exposure by extra clothing Then again a horse must be kept well groomed to be healthy and the skin of a well groomed horse is far more sensitive than that of a horse neglected and exposed to the vicissitudes of the weather If the sta- Â¬ ble is properly ventilated and not kept too warm and the horse is well groomed A stable he mutt have extra covering as ordinarily constructed may protect from wind but not from cold Like his master when asleep the blood flows more slowly and there must be extra clothing to keep him in health A properly blanketed horse will need far less food so that the investment in blankets is a judicious one financially provided the health of tho animal is not jeopardized Here is the gist ot the whole matter The chill from a damp cold stable has caused the death of thousands bf valuable horses and one good horae saved would pay for the blankets of a dozen horses during your life time You can make no better in Â¬ vestment of a little money than to put it into horae blankets Ohio Farmer If I should become a famous prima donna Cecil think how you would feeL Cecil forlornly I can Just Imagine It dear Gertie But I should need three years of earnest study This is the middle of September I could be ready to start by the first of October Cecil grasping tho situation Then you mean that I shall marry you and send you abroad for three years alone Gertie Or come with me if you like 1 am Magnanimously perfectly will- Â¬ ing you should come with me Cecil My dear girl Leave my business for three years I could not leave It for three months much less Gertie with gracious concession Well I would come over every year or so to see you Cecil Every year or so But Gertie darling I should like to have my wife beside mo in my house not at the other side of the world How selfish how very Gertie sadly very like a man Cecil calmly It is rather Gertie And knowing my aspirations would you let me sacrifice this dear dream of my heart Just to bo with you to make you happy And you call that love That poor and grasping selfish- Â¬ ness love Cecil reasoningly Wouldnt It strike you Gertie that you er ah might seem a little bit selfish too 1 selfish Gertie In amazement I Cecil humbly Well you certainly appear to have your own way But now dear as if a sudden thought had flashed on him let us look at this mat-Â¬ ter rationally let us examine It just as it is Ahem You have made me an of- Â¬ fer of marriage Oh Gertie gasping what a thing to say Cecil I mean you have proposed to Gertie Proposed to you Cecil But you have surrounded your proposal with conditions that make it simply impossible for me to accept I realize of course that you have be-Â¬ stowed on me the highest honor a wom- Â¬ an can bestow on a man Gertie Cecil Mr Clingon Cecil entreatingly I beg you will not urge me The circumstances that compel me to refuse to be your husband need not wholly estrange us Think of me as a broth Gertie rising indignantly Sir this is an insult Howdare you Exit Cecil hurriedly Gertie flinging herself on couch and sobbing wildly Oh how horrible of him to say that I made him an But 1 did and he can tell peo- Â¬ ple Oh he wouldnt do that But ho tan And to believe that Id go abroad and leave himT I wouldntgo if I was beaten there But theyll believe any thing And hell never come again and I cant cant tell him Oh be has no sense they never have But he dot know that I love him He does the outrageous thing Tho miserable hate- Â¬ Oh you poor splondidt ellow ful I never fid deserve you Clipping from the New York Daily Register October 2 1890 Holdoft Cusgox Married at the parson ge by the Rev De Rivett Strong Miss Oer trude Holdoff to Mr Cecil Clingon all of this lty Clippings from the Glebe ands N J Fever Preventer Ive Just come from where it was prevalent Thanks Please resume Tho agent ws moving uneasily in his chair and appeared to hesitate about pressing the matter further But he made a last rally and said I have here sir a few statistics which show the financial standing of our company It is the firmest and most reli He paused and a frightened look was on his face for the merchant was on the floor writhing and twisting as though D dont stop sir he In an awful fit managed to gasp to the terrified agent who was collecting his papers and mak Â¬ ing for the door Im just having a little epileptic fit Qu quite subject to to them you you know Ill be all r right in a min mlnute But the agent had fled leaving a long blue vacuum In the atmosphere so fast bad he gone Well chuckled the busy merchant arising and brushing the dirt off his clothes it is hard work and it soils ones clothes but by Jove I knew the Jchemo would do tho business I shant be bothered with any more of those agents for some time now Ill be as xk1 as a cucumber in a minute after Ive had a drink of that good old Con- Â¬ sumption Cure Ha ha Consumption 3ure Wonder what the Kentuckian aho distilled this prime old rye would lay if he heard it called that Well aeres a go Paul C West In Light HE KNEW THE BUSINESS Pauline a maiden Pltzwllliam a man that Is what la called a boy an eighteen-year-olj- - C Sho Fitzwilliam it is now a month since first we met and during that time we have been much together Even so a month He languidly By Jove it seems like a year doesnt it She During that time we have been on the most familiar terms I have man at colic Pi a 4 uixLTLnru- - iTLnjTaruTj-Lnj-Lr- u trirD done every thing I could to amuse you 1 and make your stay here agreeable have mended your tennis blazer 1 have sung to you in the pale moonlight I have taken you out numberless times in my naphtha launch and likewise in my village cart I have had papa send you winc s and cigars from the city and I have spent my entire personal allowance in presents for you I have permitted you to kiss me at reasonable intervals and have not Insisted on your telling me a dozen times a day that you loved but me alone 1 guess youre right He drowsily IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE BANNER ASSORTMENT OF She Now dont you think that it would be just and fair for you to make Not such a some sacrifice for my sake great sacrifice just something to prove that you really have an affection forme He royally Pauline I will be more than just and fair I will bo generous I will give you ah permission to tell the other girls at the hotel that I have kissed you Tom Hall In Life WHY SBE CRIED Pauline TIESEISIJ So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price GIVE IS A CALLAND WEWILL GIVt VOL A BENEFIT Est1 2rjvV9BHH Hi oBaflfftoy V0nlESSCH00LFIEIMC0 The Only One Price Cash Clothiers 3- - SBmmK y3--BHSV- aKsflsftvE oBllsiafcaSa Ufa J swBtfi- T- - jaW ANNOUNCEMENTS FUR CIRCUIT COCKT CLERK MADISON Mr Charley Younghusband Why i PO VFII of Sexlwell is a crmii diite fur Circuit Court Clerk of SnasnasM county uiijccl to the action of the Uassn ht-cratic BSWtJ B Monumental fork whats the matter Mrs Younghusband in deep anguish I gave a a tramp a p p piece of my fresh home made bread and and he gave it to Rover consol- Â¬ Mr Charley Younghusband ingly Well I wouldnt cry about a litÂ¬ RICHMOND KY GGRMLEY HAS THE atnVll tle thing like that u You dont u Mrs Younghusband understand Im crying about Rover he is dead boo hoo hoo Life Druggist gist eh Have So you want to be a drug Â¬ you had any experience Young Bilson cautiously Some Druggist Do you know the difference between Epsom salts and oxalic acid Oh yes Young Bilson promptly sir One kills you and the other doesnt Golden Days I repeat it a thousand times no Well keep on he remarked pleas- Â¬ antly thats only twice and by the time you reach the sixth hundredth youll be glad to vary it with a yes Will you kindly begin Munaeys Weekly The Honeymoon Last Quarter Young Wife saying an affectionate good bye to her husband Now darling you cant enjoy a moment while you are gone can you dearest George off for a few days yachting Well mdear I cant tell a lie Young Wife Oh darling please do Harpers Bazar JProof PwiHlva No Mr A Patient Man Trotter she said firmly Ia a Harry Foreign Agitator My friend how many hours a day do you work American Mechanic Oh sometimes six sometimes eight sometimes ten twelve or fourteen depends on how much I can get to do Foreign Agitator Slave Slave Yon are only a slave My mission to this country is to form an ogranization to American Mechanic I cant stop to talk now I must get around with my deposit before the bank closes Puck Not tho Real Thins said the bachelor thoughtfully it looks like a baby and its dressed like a baby but it isnt a baby sure And why not I should like to know the irate mother exclaimed Why said the experienced bache- Â¬ lor slowly Ive been sitting here watching it for half an hour and it hasnt cried once Somerville Journal No A ByasBWthlslag i anwBUH i FINEST LINE 0Ftx Snraw- nlnnnnnnnnTV Saddlery Every AND -- - Character T STATUARY and grade ot Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most Takes ai Istray -- BOTTOM RATES A Sorrel o it bibles for everybod- Srassmower October 10 Water Shat Oft We are pleased to lcara that Messrs At a recent Sunday school service in Bboomplaloe and Yarnlowd have sold one of cottages on tho Upper Depot Road the Wost the superintendent was illus Â¬ their new of this wiWs The is trating the necessity of joining the ecll side Hikersrising young purchaser manMr CUngn a bustLe ss of church and in order to make it apparent New York who with his charming bride In to bis listeners he said For instance I ends to mako a home In Glebelands We con ratulats Messrs B and Y and trust they n ay want to introduce water Into my house Do as fortunate in the other houses I turn it on The pipe and faucets and they have erected dlspo3tng of neighborhood In the same every convenience are in good order but Madeliue S Bridges in Puck I get no water Can any of you tell me Â¬ I do not get any water He ex why A HEKIOUb QUESTION pected the answer to be that he bad not made connection with the main in the street hut the boys looked perplexed They could not see why the water should refuse to run into his premises after Can any one such faultless plumbing tell mo what I have neglected reiter Â¬ W ated the speaker looking over the flock jiflHH lifnniF jBssUs jkiwnL of faces bowed down by the weight of I know squeaked a the problem You dont pay your little Days water rent--Golld den roll aj ke LSS1 MS OR MOST ELABORATE Leisure MILLER Â¬ j 1 FOR RENT 1 i ni or IS rn - r r yo an MOffk fMMlO nd liv roiuf Iraa ti b- to uM u Sk cui irt i inn I i uimc mr - The Store IIoue on Main Street now Why yes child Ive grafted a great occup ed by W B 3cnny from January many orchards in my day My hands v to nie or J E Green--are a little clumsy now but lean beat a bank good many younger men yet if I do say WILL JENNINGS it myself Luana lavlelalile Secrecy Rev Mr Squeegee to Sunday Ill tell you something remarked class Well children what didschoolÂ¬ Ana Miss Bleecker on the dead quiet nias do Very well replied Miss Beacon Johnny Cute He wrote tho weather Street of Boston I will remember that reports Texas tif tings It is on the deceased silence Judge Edith To think that it should come My husband turns out to be a to this scamp and I have to sew for a living Mrs Wellesley Vaaaor Why are you Eva Well you married in haste now so dejected Miranda You have every you can repent at leisure reason to be elated after having taken Edith Indeed I cant even do that I the senior prize in classics and your have to work all the time Jury essay on Deductivo Philosophy won the admiration of all the faculty So Bit Wy Out of It Miss Ontente What perfectly lovely well equipped a girl should Miranda Vassar Thats just the roses trouble How how can I find a husOutpocket Ya aa er r exquisite To the diminutive flower girl C can band who ia able to sew buttons on and cook and mind the the oh Weeps you er ahem er cash a check Puck Judge Found Him Oat at Last Â¬ And It Didnt he sat in the parlor awaiting her coming he could not suppress his ecstasy In a few minutes I will meet her he murmured softly Then In a few minutes I wont A Trala Wrecked Blobson I dont see how Jabber got meter was the sage remark of the gas an invitation to this party Hes a reg pipe bearing what he said Munaeys Weekly ular train wrecker Snapper Train wrecker Why isnt Lilies out of doors are rarely satis- be in jail factory unless set in deen damrj Blobson Ho can not dance with a There are more failures re Â¬ lady three minutes without stamping all ground ported with lilies than any other bulb over her dress Boston Herald In nearly all cases it is because of their being set li hot shallow ground Place About the Same Thins He Now my daallng you know how them in a cool spot and let them be un strong is my love for you Do not say disturbed Frequent removals are detrimental to their wcU bein The sev Â¬ you will bo a sister to me eral kinds of native lilies are well She No George I will not says worthy a piaci in very garden You m He Then you will A Loading I art She You may be a brother to me Father reading letter Ah what George Boston Herald rapid advancement Jim has made He has been with that Incle Toms Cabin The nummor of 1890 in Europe ompany but two weeks and now he What has broucht you home so soon writes that he is already doing a lead We are not back for good I only ing part thought it best to bring the children Jim in parade a hundred miles away back to town for a few diy to get well Lome along here lalaam conaana They have all caught fearful colds in r ou Youre the slowest blamed donkey Fliogende Blatter the country I eyer see Soiriu As Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j lost it Police Justice What proof have you jot that you lost it Tramp This big hole in my pocket Texas Sittings I understand that a pocket book containing 30000 has been found an the street and you have got it here 1 Tramp Employe Mrs De Fadd who can not stand the RICHMOND 1 would have sent odor of turpentine for you to have done this cleaning last week but we have been having the out- Â¬ side of our houae painted and it made us all sick Mrs McSadd sympathizingly Sure Oi dont wonder Thim colors is enough to make any one sick N Y Weekly Our prices compete with city nous Designs furnished an application HAS EVER HAD Imported Native Marble Call and GRANITE always on hand and see me W C Gormley City Co I- A D FLORA Proprietor Lotsjor ale Â¬ RICIIMO COU AND D CO I have a few lots on Fifth Street ready for sale These lots are beautifully located on high anil gently roll- Â¬ ing ground and are considered by ev Â¬ erybody as being the best located ot any in the city for residences Persous who wish to build nice houses will do well o ex inline these lots I will only place a few on tlie market at present I have a plot of the ground at Dr Poy n I zs office 7- LUMBER ber at the lowest maiket price a spectfuly request a libr ral patronage from the public The yards are located on Orchard Street and also on Third Street where we will build a warehouse up completion of the new railroad to this place THE to sell all kinds of Coal and undersigned have formed a partner Â¬ Laass - T 8 BRONSTON - T S M M BRONSTON HARBER REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY IPLUMBING Gas Fitting CO Blacksmith Shop to my now building on Third Street where I liave eyery facility for doing the best of work more rapidly than ever be fore Will be pleased to see all my old pa Â¬ trons and many new ones svRemember I have moved to Third Street bet It vine and North Streets u- i S L M1DKIFF Â¬ I Sanitary Plumbing Steam k All orders prompt filled and work guaranteed And all gas pip used to be of the right size according to thr rules std of the Water and Light Cum pany opposite Huei Glyndon Pose otfee aoV dress Lock Bo - gjagMMKIlfi t lliWiyawy tK I DO YOU KNOW THAT SOAP GOURDS Qsalat Characters Found la the Flat woxli of Florida E WAS a tall lank Individual HUMAN with homespun shirt open a t the throat lean trousers stuffed In his hoots a b r o s d bri m slouch hat a gun across his A W C HAVE FITZPATRICK GO queerest mortal arm and the c om plexion of any I PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT IN YOUR KITCHEN WE RKFEB IK I THE UNSURPASSED SSI Lexingtoii Belle Range AND COOK STOVE FOB saw He was the color of a frost- Â¬ bitten pumpkin and his skin was as wrinkled and wretched looking as a side of russet leather that had lain in the rain for many weeks I met him down in the flatwoods of Florida on the road between Talla- Â¬ hassee and Crawfordsville I afterwards saw others of the same peculiar com- Â¬ plexion but that fellows image haunts me still Seeing how intently I was gazing at this queer character my trav Â¬ eling companion askod Well what do you think of him What is he Why my friend that is nothing more nor less than as animated soap gourd A what Yes thats what he is a human soap gourd You dont mean to say that he is a soap eater Not exactly that but he eats the in- Â¬ gredients and the soap is made In bis stomach You dont say Explain Well yoi see this section is under laid by a wonderful strata of lime rock As a matter of course the veil water is thoroughly impregnated with rotten lime and it is the only drinking water the people hereabouts have quite dif- Â¬ ferent from the pure water among the slay hills close around Tallahassee What has that to do with it Hold on I havent make the connec- Â¬ tion yet Those people eat very fat hog meat their bread is made to rise by using great quantities of carbonate of soda and when they get all this mess in ever Camara Thomas Brown of Scotteville N Y baa one of the finest and most product- Â¬ ive farms in Monroe County Half of it Is on the Genesee Flats at this point two miles in width snd tbe other half Every thing that wealth is upland and the architect could do to make large practical barns with an Immense storage power has been done and as a result Mr Brown has the finest barns ot their class In tbe Genesee valley The farm is principally devoted to rais Â¬ ing hay and wheat and the buildings are designed chiefly for the storage of those crops Fig 1 shows the largest barn and perhaps the most interesting one owing to its peculiar construction It is 100 feet long 80 wide with 28 foot posts snd as tbe cut shows a drive m BROWNS BIO BARNS Trip Through the Genssss Valley with A A CONVERT TO SILAGE GROWING TOMATOES AN IMPROVED PIGGERY floor bays on either side The roof which by the way used up 88000 shingles is supported by an ingenious system of running the entire length with SSSHIsVMri IHnliliiA mi t c -- - v -- j UTfci a mil FIO iimr vm--- i HAY it -- - - rx roCB BALL OB BOOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY I Hi WINTER JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS BJ I is Til FOB DOVES AN THE PART- in O MINO APACE WE HAVE THE N BAM bracing known as the horseshoe truss This peculiar truss is used in all the barns and is so cheaply and convenient- Â¬ ly constructed as to become a prominent feature in modern barn building sup Â¬ planting in time purline posts and plates and tie girts with all their many incon- Â¬ Light and airy as the truss veniences appears to the common observer emi nent engineers after a careful examina- Â¬ tion have pronounced it capable of car- Â¬ rying with safety a railroad train of loaded cars The capacity of the barn is something snormous holding as it does three hundred and fifty tons of hay in the bays and loft above tbe floor The base Â¬ ment is divided into a number of com- Â¬ partments designed for the care of cattle One is fitted up with stalls for feeding forty five steers and each has a stall manger and feeding rack to himself Adjoining this room is the cow stable having room for eight cows only which are kept solely for the purpose of sup- Â¬ plying the bouse with milk and butter Directly under the drive floor in the middle of the basement safe from the action of the cold is tbe large root cel- Â¬ lar Near this is tbe granary holding three thousand three hundred bushels The rest of the room is cut up into box stalls for bulls calves and colts and cbey are also used for lying in stalls for tbe cows Fig 2 shows tbe horse barn ice house and Mr Browns private office The L Â¬ Guns and Ammunition WHERE AKK THE FOLKS AND YnU CAN HAVE THE TEN their stomachs the work of soap making begins Lime water alkali of the soda grease of the hog meat heat of the stomach See Farmer Who Finally Comes to Believe In It For years says a writer in the Breed- Â¬ ers Qazotte I have fed and handled corn stalks for feeding and I never con- Â¬ sidered the stover to bo very good un Â¬ less fed early in the winter as it gets so tough and dry that cattle do not rel Â¬ ish it Corn grown for feed and not for the grain I used to consider very good if cut on the green side wilted a day or two then set up in shocks about six feet in diameter and the tops carefully tied so as to keep out ail the rain and snow It will if run through a feed cutter be all oaten up and relished by cattle till about March After that it begins to get too dry and tough But I never saw fodder corn able to be kept in a barn or even in very big shocks if saved in tho state I have been used to having it becauso it would always heat and mold From the past winters experience with corn silage I still believe that corn fodder handled an I have mentioned is as good as silage till about March but when the weather begins to get warm the stock want a food liko roots and the silo gives a food very much like them and I then certainly prefer corn silage to dry fodder corn Toward spring tho cattle would not eat the straw but ate grain roots and silage These wero mixed together all winter and weighed to each animal also all the leavings A few hoad left some silage for a day others none no cattle were fed silago entirely and neither had I any corn fodder to feed so 1 have no figures for comparison I have fed the same silage every day with tho exception of parts of June and July to cattle of five different pure breeds numbering from twenty to thirty five hoad kept in the barn all summer and getting on an average over forty pounds or two feeds of silago a day and at noon somo kind of green food Tho latter was on wet days re- Â¬ placed by hay and I am now August 23 still feeding a like amount of silage with a feed of green corn at noon I am positivo that with corn stalks saved in any other way that I know of but the silo I could never have kept the cattle in the shape they are in The little grass we have at this experiment sta-Â¬ tion is not very good some of the cattle turned out when it wa3 at its best though for only a few weeks lost in weight while nearly all kept in have shown a gain every montn Many look at tho silo with the ides that an animal must eat a certain amount of dry matter a day to get which amount by silago thoy would have to eat an enormous and impossible quantity Now all who have ever been to or come from the tight little isle well know what a lot of roots are fed there and The Gazette I remember once published a feeding trial made by Professor Brown Ontario Experiment Station of a heavy grain ration versus roots alone and the root fed lot did best I do not wish to infer that it is best to feed a large amount of watery food but it is certainly an advantage to feed a part sucoulent 1 also believe mat it is not a good plan to feed too much silage but as a part ration it is certainly a good and relished feed There is an old saying that A bushel of roots in the spring is worth two before Christmas and 1 think tho sauio may bo said of Points About Sowing snd Planting Grow Ins for Market A point upon which writers and grow- Â¬ ers can not in all cases agree is that touching the relation between early seed sowing and early seed ripening In our gardening operations we have been of tbe opinion that it has been profitable for us to sow our seed early and have strong stocky plants for out door setting Last year con- Â¬ firmed this idea as on our early plants we had fair pickings of ripe frul from Fords Early Advance by the firs of August Tbe seed was sown under glass the latter part of March the plants were taken from tho seed bed aud pricked into boxes 2 inches deep and 20 inches square They were planted about one inch apart each way and could grow in them two or throe weeks At this time they were again transplanted as a rule we planted thom in soil placed sevoral inches deep on the greenhouse bench inches Tho plants wero now put 2 apart each way and would remain about three weeks or until the first week In May when thoy were transferred to the boxes illustrated herewith which shows a tray of six compartments each of which hold3 one plant This tray now appears as it i3 after the plants have been planted in tho field one side pieoe b boing taken off so that the earth about tbe roots is not disturbed in re- Â¬ moval Tbe plants stay in here until tho woather permits of out door plant Â¬ ing Theso trays uro 2 feet in length bv 4 inches in width and Z in depth Tho pieces at tho ends and in the cen- Â¬ ter are preferably of soft wood like pine H inch in thickness for ease in drawing the nails which bold the mova-- Convenient Commodious and should Ssve Its Cost In a Few Years The accompanying perspective viewÂ¬ snd floor plan are of a piggery de Â¬ signed with a special view to tho con venience of brood sows but equally useful for any other swine It is thirty two feot long In height it is six feet In the clear at the eaves rising to eleven feet at the peak Directly over the center is a sort of cupola eight feet square resting upon four posts inches and thirteen fee every on Large windows high side furnish ample light and ventila- Â¬ tion On the floor under tho cupola is a hexagonal area eight feet wide in which are kept a feed box and a hydrant From thi3 area direct access Is Is RFADYKMJlln -- FOR TIIK- - Shortest and Quickest Route tral Ken a Eat West and Sou- - FAST LINE 3E1 V EEN HOLIDAY XTRADEX Wo wish to Lexington Srheanle ib SOCTII Lve Lvo I Cincinnati Vi J KflVit I6U six-by-s- Ex Sun 8 So in a in Lve Cyntl Arr 1 Arr IX lve r t am lve rr Arr Arr I i itnite you ill to FIO PERSPECTIVE GEKV VIEW OF PIO- - come ami make your purchases where you can find the Arr Arr Ac S K I I cliiuoiid s - i 1 The floor is is obtained to every pen divided by strong partitions four feet high into six pens of nearly equal size all connecting by gates with tho central area Each ono has a sleeping place six feet square divided off by a low parti- Â¬ tion only high enough to hold tbe bedding Tho dotted lines represent inch pieces spiked to the floor If theso aro provided the occupants of the pens will keep their sleeping and Tho troughs feed rooms duly clan for feed adjoin the sido next to tho central area Over each trough is a hinged panel which may bo swung in- Â¬ ward to fill tbe trough and then brought out again when all is ready Tho hydrant connects with a water sup- Â¬ ply which should have sufficient head to throw a stream through a hoso to fill tbe feed troughs and wash out tho pens when desired Each pon has an outer door opening into the yard ani a gate communicating with the central area The latter furnish facilities for chang- Â¬ ing pigs from ono pen to another with- Â¬ out gates directly between tho pens No estimate of cost is given for it must depend wholly upon the stylo of construction and the local prices for materials It may be built very sub- Â¬ two-by-si- x Largest Assortments The Best Selections The Newest Styles AM LAST NORTH 1 BIT sWI LEAST Arr Arr I Lve K Arr Wincli 1 Lowest Prices We offer you tbe most complete line of VSl DRESS GOODS Arr ANH oYiiiKion I I - J SOUTH BOUND Lve Millerxbart Arr Parts Lexington i Genera in the city II ercM ise anl a wonderful as- Â¬ sortment of a U Box holding Tracplaatlng tray 13 tomato plants for marketing Side not yet fastened bi Movable side o r i I J BOOTS and SHOES Alter Fonrood iiicinnati ciniiaii No I No I Ruus daily from Leaven I Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES Tumnra a specialty for cash W C FITZPATRICK CO UHAOQUAnTTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAli MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FKOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF 1A IA3H Fgh I dont wonder at their having such yellow parchment like skins On our way back we stopped at Toms bouse for dinner so that I might see that spread of soap making ingredients As e rode up to the door of the log cabin a pack of some dozen or more curs of every conceivable size and color came rushing snarling and snapping at cur horses heels A tow headed girl of about fourteen summers peeped around the corner of the hut and yelled What yer want Call off your dogs Sallie We are going to stay to dinner said my com- Â¬ panion Yer Wall why dont yor light Yerve know them purps wont bite bin here before Dick Whos thet chap Hes all right Sallie he wants your dad to tell him about the hunting in these parts We hitched our horses to pine sap Â¬ lings and had almost reached the door when a swarm of half naked tallow faced frowsly headed urchins surround- Â¬ ed us Miss Sallie had come from the corner and was waiting to receive us cordially inviting us to enter Where are the old folks asked my friend Mam shes a sottin out tater vines and dad hes a huntin Theyll be here arte r while Sit down Sallio then went to the back door and placing a cow horn to her lips blew several loud blasts Thatll fotch em she said as eh same back into the room In a few minutes the old lady with her home spun skirts gathered up and tied around her waist with a string amo in her rough bands full of mud and a tired look on her care worn face Howdy Dick and you too stranger The dinner I tied hard to eat but wild visions of human soap factories flitted before my agonized mental eyes and I could not swallow to save me However the others all ate with seem Â¬ ing relish The spread consisted of great gobs roasted sweet potatoes 3 f fat pork boiled long leaf collards syrup black coffee without sugar and corn bread As we rode back through the woods to Tallahassee my friend told me that little Sallie and her mother did all the work about the place raising what crops they could and that Tom never did any thing but hunt and drink corn X Y World juice whisky 2bhBsbHH FIO 3 HORSE BARX silage Tbe two silos at his station were bcth filled at the same nio with different little plots of corn both were Â¬ horse barn is ninety by forty five feet with twenty foot posts and for a large barn it is a model ot its kind The ground floor has single stalls for fourteen horses and six box stalls besides The carriage room is large and conven- Â¬ ient as are also the harness rooms The frame work below is of oak and the entire ground floor is sided and ceiled with bard pine finished in bard oil Even the heavy timbers and huge beams that support the loft above are planed and oiled to correspondvith the pine ceiling The loft though small in com- Â¬ parison with the other barns affords enough room to store away one hundred ons of hay From the cupolas to the floor a a rles of hollow boxes that can be lowered and raised as the hay is put in servo as two perfect air shafts in- Â¬ suring the thorough keeping of the hay Fig 8 shows The Hill Barn as it is called from the fact that it is located Â¬ tramped by men and also by a horse tho one was covered with straw only the other with plank and weighted with stone The former had more waste while the waste of the latter was all weighed and was considerably less than ten per cent but I have no right to make public the figures If we had not been obliged to make a hole in the door there would have been even less The silage was considered by many who had silos of their own to be tho best they had ever seen but I saw better myself this winter the corn having been cut riper and also more heavily weighted CLEAN THE CHIMNEY A Bandy Contrivance to lare Around the Farm Home Six Inch cemont pipo makes such such a cheap and serviceable chim- Â¬ ney that it is coming into exten- Â¬ sive use The 6oot gathers in it so rapidly that it should be cleaned once a year at least For this purposo 1 got a pole two feet longer than the flue ani two inches in diameter at the butt I slightly flattened two sides about eight inchos up and bored a half inch holo through on tbe flat sido seven inches from the end I then took a rip saw and cut out a slice nearly a half inch thick from tho end up to tho hole ble side The other dividing pieces need not bo as thick unless desired and are better if of hemlock in order that the bottom and stationary side may be firmly held as nails do not readily draw out of this latter wood The sides and bottoms are heavy enough if made of H or 3 16 stuff and which it is economy to have sawed the desired length and width at tho mill Nearly all the garÂ¬ deners la this section use such trans planting boxes for tbe plants which they themselves plant out some though use boxes similar in size and material to those forming the trays but each box is separate although there Is no special advantage derived while more space and lumber are required When growing tomato plants for market we mako uso of a box like that at c which shows a box before the last side is nailed on the ends into which re set 13 plants and 6ell at wholesalo at SI 50 per dozen boxes the plants being put into them at the same time that the trays ore filled These boxes are easily and rapidly made by having the material cut so as to have only three pieces to put together This is done by having tho bottom and tvo sides in one piece the wood preferred being elm any tough wood will do V inch thick The ends are of Inches long Ji inch hemlocks cut 5 and 3Ji inches deep The piece for the bottom and sides is 7 inches in length and tho width includes 8 Inches for each side and 5 inches for tbe bottom a total width of U Inches In making these boxes the ends aro set up end- Â¬ ways and one side fastened to each end piece tho ends are then laid upon their upperedge and tho bottom bent around the corners of tho ends and tightly nailed after which tho remaining side Is fastened Tho corners of the sides and bottom split enough to admit of the necessary drainage This makes a cbcap and quickly made box the cost of tho material depending entirely upon the local price of lumber and labor Country Gentleman i FIO H E i 2 FLOOR PLAN OF PIGGERY custom Parts lotlo n m t ft Go made which rank with the best good in this country tor less X X than 150 on the pair from retu TUB lar prices and a splendid line of Lsxinsjsosk NOTE Trains Mens Boys1 and Children rnrtr 1 t No stantially upon stone foundation with double boarding and building paper for the sides sbinglo roof and paint ler fur points oi On the other hand tho plan is quite as IMPORTANT Trs available for a cheap structure on cedar posts with singlo sides of horizontal All bought at the lowest cash boarding and roof of similar material If desirable to use the left for corn prices and can be sold in compecribs or storago purposes tho frame tition with any retail house in t lie For must be mado sufficiently heavy and W the roof of a sharper pitch with an city A line of beautiful and stylish upper door at each enu A perspective s F view of the piggery is shown in Fig 1 H K HUNTINUTON and plan of ground floor in Fig 2 a cars as American Agriculturist Ciothiitg aad Overcoats - V CLOAKS Ramsey WE r V l in k CLOD CRUSHER A f N E nnBMsssssJMEssssMJ J sTsssflfct r f - J- THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLND PACIFIC RAILWAY Including- main lines branches and extensions East end West ot the lftaaouri River To all points East North and Northwest from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Homes Chicago and via ALf tilT LSA EOUTE to Spirit Ltke Pipestone Worthmtrton Sioux Fils Water vown Minneapolis St Paul and Intervening towns and cities it is the tshort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville NasbvlUe and Eastern and Southern points converging at aranr City it also constitutes the speediest most popular and economical svsteru of transportation to and from all dtise towns and sections In Sansi Col Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson - THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands in the world forming MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer wormed toy steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph dtLily on arrival of trains from the East end Southeast with elegant Day Coarhes Pullman Palace Slepers and FREii Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Depver Colorado Sp ings and Pueblo making stops only at Important in tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con- Â¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate prices Â¬ THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Maniton Pikes Feak the Garden of the Gods camps Green Mountain Cascade and cities sanitary Fa 6 Idaho Spmountain parka mining erounus and scenic attractions of Colorado resorts hnunrMiallhintr i titule Ej aw Trains are equipped witn every modern improvement convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyi that can aad t i inections ai terminal cities ii Colorado in Unicn Dopota with to rrar and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union PaciVo r Texas i Port Worth and all other diverging Unas is Time Tables Folders comes of the Western Trail tmiifiiil monthly or furthor desired information address JOHN SEBASTIAN E ST JOHN Ageat Gcrerr If iiaiai Oenl Ticket ft P CHICAGO ILL IYIADIS01Y Female Institute of this noted school for young ladies and girls will orx n on esMOn PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Lixestoae Street Opp C Whitewash for lowt Houses first class whitewash for the poultry house and in fact for any pla c is mado as follows Put two pailfuls of boiling water into a tight barrel dissolve in hot water one peck of common salt add one half bushel of the very unpacked lime well burned best quickly add the salt water and cover the barrel tightly to keep the steam in while the lime slacks when it is through slacking stir until well mixed together and If necessary add more boiling water leaving the mass like thick cream strain through a sieve or coarse cloth oak a pound of strong glue in cold water over night cook three pounds of rice without scorching until thoroughly done as for thin starch and to this add t o glue also add two pounds of whiting and stir well Add the entire luixturo to the lime wash and enough Lot water to Bake the con pound t proper consistent thoroughly and k cp hot while applysix quarts of the mixture will ing cover about one hundred square feet ol surface and i very durable It may o if so desired A Â¬ Â¬ Tht Ihirti third 0 Depot Awful Mistake Tuesday September 9th A full corps of competent teachers Prices reason a able Curriculum -- LEXINCTON KY Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED 2 Catalogues or other particulars call OO or address B C HAGERMAK Prin o- - RATES 49-- 4- and 250 per Day D M CHKNAUIT jumping up from breakfast table Elvira pack my valise right away Im going to le vu for the mountains in twenty minutes His Wife Why Herbert what in the viord is the mat Society Editor ter Do you see this item in my column The Hon George Jones is starving at the Hubbeil I wrote it staying House Chicago Tribune Mrs Barnscboot relating experi Â¬ ences in India And I was alone there in the bungalow and the tiger was wan ering around the verandaendeavoring to make his way in Mrs Robinson And werent you afraid Mrs Barn Oh no achoot Captain Barnscboot bad told me that it was s man eating tiger so of course 1 was not in tbe Society Editor Â¬ J A 6 WILLIAMSON i J J BKx KNGINKEK Civil Engineer and Surveyor for BROOKS fc CHENAULT Hp Rod p driiii made tall way- - Turn mate given fco bot Ui1 off Rea 1 Estate Brokers RiciiMOMD LLANb SURVEYS special attention given and plats of rreKpond- Kentucky Â¬ least alarmed fsed Large list of City and Country Prop Mild and bought on ineiou Correspondence solicited ited wi Lb parties interested attention given oi lands iu mountain couu- M Office in John Bennetts law olucky MCmce City Hall Richmond Ky office Branch office at Stockton A Brooks Drug Store s I 3- Corroborstls Cumse That man I introduced to you yesterday Mr Hippie tells me he is s oollege bred man Fangle Fangle Yes I believe he was the baker at Yelvard University the year I graduated West Shore PRAIRIE ROADS Succcstions for Slaking and for Keeping Them lp 5Sfe5ii iifSfiiRl J M Hollingsworth Ridge Farm V Left r 111 writes Orange Judd Farmer Kcop all stock off the roads We farmers do Â¬ nate a portion of our farms on which we pay taxes too to the public for four dozen Now with a highways not for cow pastures and bit bore boles four inches apart in hog lots but for traveL It is tho height tbe front and second planks just in Our Goods are of excellent qualit and of absurdity to turn domestic animals front of where tbe second plank laps on our PRICES REASONABLE out upon the highway One great rea- Â¬ This will require twenty four holes in son why this practice has become so a unowTCs hill bakn no prevalent is because only about half of the strip of land sot apart for the high Â¬ on a bill about half a mile from tbe 8 way purposes is used for roads Let us f7siSrvN other buildings As will readily bo seen Repairing of Tinware at LowEatss bo more careful in this direction En- Â¬ this differs somewhat from tbe other liiWsish- - 7 aAVu force the law on eight foot hedges and grain and hay barn and to my mind allow no hedge brush to remain at the is really the most practical barn on the A HOME MADE CLOD CRCSHEB TTTTuSyi P 3 sides of the road Keep the weeds also place Its dimensions are as follows A SPECIALTY OF each plank and will take as many mowed down clean Length one hundred and twenty six It is time we abandoned the practice teeth which should be driven in so as Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ feet width fifty feet with twenty-four-foof throwing up a high narrow grade to project four inches below tho bottom posts and only one drive floor with a yawning chasm on each side to of the plank Make the holes in tbe ing Stoves Tbe structure stands on a fine leaving pslot about Â¬ a wide as tbe di- collect water and as the years go by second plank so that they will break wall ten and one half feet high ameter of the hole as shown in Fig and a better road Is determined upon joints with the other row that is so Tbe barn yard while not exactly on the L Taking a couple of spiral Cornell plan is I tLinl equally springs and putting them side bed putting a foot of gravel in a narrow they will not track after the others by strip right in tho middle of that In These will cut and comb tbe ground in good In tho center of the yard and di- side see Fig CLAUDE 1 slipped tho CO rectly back of tbe doors big locust posts ends up into tho I slot in the pole taper winter you can hardly keep on top of it a remarkable manner and the small and and in summer you sincerely wish you lumps that pass between will be ground set five feet in tho ground and rising boring a quarter inch hole about one could get somewhere else without up-Â¬ to powder by the sharp edges of the abovo it nearly to tbe top of tho wall inch from tho end through both prongs setting planks that follow The driver stands support an open frame work on which of tbe pole put in a Tho gravel and the horsei feet aro on tbe crusher while working or a seat tbe straw is stacked as it comes from machine all ready forbolt and had the In- Â¬ use Fig 3 the thresher This straw shed covered serting this intotbo flue I work it down continually wearing each other out and may be firmly attached to it Should much of the time to no purpose Farm- Â¬ there be much rubbish this will bother yard or whatever ono chooses to a ways and back and barn next time go down ers always will object to gravel roads in very often but this can be obviated call it is sided with matched pine and a little further By will last for years On Btormy days and working every frequent turning summer and justly too A good dry somewhat by driving a staple near tho particle of soot that dirt track is by far tbe best for man and bock edge of tbe rear plank into this stock is turned into it to exercise or if adheros to tho fluo must come off The beast saving much expense for shoeing tie one end of a small rope two or three tho basement should be crowded it first trial I made was a revelation and blacksmitbing saving the horses feet long aud the other end into a ring MISS BESSIE BARBOUR will would provide warm comfortable quar Â¬ take a and immensely saving the gravel during to be held in the right hand To dump ters for at least tv o hundred sheop All rubbish step with the left foot upon a greater part of the year of tbe barns and basements have an Suppose wo have a fifty foot roadway tho slanting board at the front and at abundart and ever constant supply of of Girls Allowing six feet on each side between tbe same time lift up with the rope water provided by clstorrs and s fence and gutter three feet would do which is all easily and quickly done nrr complete s stera of For instruction in English Latin fitMMe with wire or picket fonclng and four and tbe obstruction will be drawn from connecting with an immense storage French and German Terms and for gutter and slope we have left the tooth as the crusher moves forward feet reservoir holding enough water for a other particulars will be made thirty feet of clear roadway Make In using the tool after the corn planter weeks supply which is filled by a with an improved grading machine a the teeth should be driven back so as known in person or by circular twelve foot windmill from never faiMng slightly rounding grade tbe middle not to run so deep as to disturb tho springs The total cost of these three about one foot above tbe gutters Give seed American Agriculturist BOSS CARRIE BARBOUR barns is somewhere in the neighborÂ¬ hood of 818000 or 20000 a consider-Â¬ Nearly two bushels of soot was taken full width Tile each gutter three or COVER FOR MILK PANS four feet below the surface sewer pipe able sum to put in barns you may say having returned from the Cin out of tho pipe hole below That flue How to Hake a Serviceable One fross a Yes and this season when 1 was there gets cleaned twice a year now This is good for culverts if put down deep cinnali Conservatory of Music Now lay out two fifteen foot tracks side Squire Piece or Cloth Mr Brown was building another of tho simple contrivance is great for cleaning by side on the grade and as fast as tho A writer in Farm and Fireside de Â¬ will take pupils in vocal and in same size as The Hill Barn round flues Tho elasticity of the township can stand it gravel one of the scribes how to make a cloth cover for strumental music at her room in To tbe common farmer these barns springs is such and they crowd against the new school building in the would be of course extravagant and the sides so tightly that tbe accumula- Â¬ tracks Put all tbe gravel to one side milk pans of tho middle of the grade You now Take a square piece of cloth about rear ot the First Presbyterian unnecessary But they are just what tion of soon is bound to give way have a highway with room for four wag Â¬ three inches wider than tbe top of the Mr Brown needs I presume that some George C Comstcck in Farm and Homo ons abreast and upon which traveling pan tie a knot in three corners of tho Church of tho readers have been wondering at any time of year will be a pleasure cloth bold tbe fourth corner without a School will open on Monday how on earth he is going to fill them A Safety Hens Nest With tbe right kind of men in charge If so they will wonder no longer when J Our illustration engraved from a tbe cost of such roads will not exceed knot In tho right hand and with the September Sth left hand put the oover on the pan I say that his hay crop will foot up at sketch furnished by George Allon in tho next twenty five years the entire twist the fourth corner from you until least eight hundred tons and he has v enango County cost of excuses on which tbe slack is taken out and tho cloth fits besides two hundred acres of wheat Ia is u sec- Â¬ we now the miserable traveL tight around tbe pan Now form a let Â¬ that will yield thirty bushels per acre tional viow of a ter 1 o the twist corner and with the sixty acres of beans and twenty four devico which Important to FIox Rlsers left hand hold the polltof tbe twist and acreofcom The rest of the farm is though not now Feeding bono mel and bardwood devoted to pasture Edward F Dibble is quite offectivo ashes to bogs confined to an excluslvo in Rural New Yorker i n preventing dietof corn and water has been investi- the un profitably gated at the Wisconsin Experiment a Conscientious Youth prompt consump- Station at Madicon and tbe results ap- Studious Tom you are a lazy fellow ty Rax tlon of agricult Â¬ pear in Bulletin No Where ashes Why dont you apply 3ourself to some Â¬ ural products which is involved in the bone meal were fed effect was thing habit which some bens have of eating andsave about ISO pounds the corn or 28 to of Otiosus That is just what I am do- - tboir own eggs A false bottom is ing You have often told me that a fel- - fastened in the nest box consisting of per cent of the total amount fed in producing 100 pounds of gain live low ought to devote himself to what he two boards sloping to the center with can do best and I believe in it I am a space between just wide enough to weight It about doubled the strength 59 per of the bones ash giwng my entire attention to loafing Nut Lump and Anthracit admit an egg When tbe hen turns to was found in and bones ofcent more get Â¬ the the Muns y cackle over tho now laid egg and then ting bone meal and liibes than hogs CLOTH COVER FOK MILK PANS of those The advice to feed trforior roots and to devour it she is naturally a3tonished that did not reeoivo it No difference with the right hand foreflnirer and to find an apparently empty nosL It is was found in tho is often given but when it shows thumb press the top of lotter 1 down a rjot Is really of inferior quality while not expected that this will work upon how Important bone meat but ashes are and then up under tbe cloth which meal and To All Parts of tbe City may be better to feed it than to throw her feelings so much that she will re- Â¬ to farmers why feed an almost exclusive holds tho cloth on firm and fast and sume ber place and lay another egg It away it is not tho best feed forstock corn diet as is the practice throughout without a wrinkle in tbe top when re- bat it will at least place the one already the W ould remember that ved pull on point of twist When is nnd Home laid beyond the reach of her beak ng knots place the edges A and A is true that it will not pay American Agriculturist It Do hot overlook setting in cold together which leaves the cloth in a tivate the huckleberry tiatt Left at Whites Dru Jhenault greater or less The hen that dont and wont lay frames pimsies primroses violets and cupping sbai Hagans can be raised without Cos Grocery or Powers Fee that tho mustioonor or later mix with the pot all tbe spring Sowers which give such pleasure after tho winter passes by much pooh pooh the pie this w rge Drug Store will recei is no time to lose size makes them a deairab 32- iEATH xjiSSv -- JlrJ The implement depicted herewith after sketches by George O Gridley I1L is very effective for thoroughly pulverizing fall plowing after the culti vator and for following the corn planter a few days after planting nothing could loavo tho field In a more desirable con iition The Implement is very simple In construction and can be made by any ane in a couple of hours the cost need not exceed two dollars Take two planks two by eight inches and sixteen feet long cut each in two in the middle which will give four pieces eight feet long Then take two pieces of scantling a little more than two feet long to these bolt or spike the planks lapping them two inches as shown in the engraving Slant off tbe front ends of the two pieces of scantling and nail a piece of board six inches wide fin those ends to prevent dirt from shoving on top of tho srusher when working Bore a hole in the front end of each scantling and put a clevis in each attach with a chain to doubletree Go to your blacksmith and have him take some three eighth inch square bar steel and cut this into six inch lengths and sharpen these like harrow teeth It will need about Â¬ -three-eighth-in- ch Home Hade Device That Does lent Work Excel- Â¬ IN PLUSH AM LOTH the best and lowest prices anywhere V CWFXe are always ready to show our goods so come and look he fore you purchase THREE FORKS RAILWAY I Fife Double Daily Except Sanday SCHEDI LI W K T iiL Xl N iinm ms AND Arr Arrive N - HARDWARE IFot THROUGH CAR LINE Sale MACKINAC ulv L A a thro n It - tl V ami- sion 9 a m da The advantage- - setured bv through ticket via this route c ot such favorable and we Dayl the Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central R ent to all first class travel V Ietr it Mackinaw C principal resorts of the Upper lian a the C 11 V I and Michigan Central to Ma e attached icinnati at ooo p n SaturJa returning leae Ma l k Â¬ SMITH 5 School for Girls niiimcan oiler such advant dations and route allowii Toledo and Detroit then con i tj the most lovely res Arr er can continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mai Island ana of itr summer resorts via this line write to anv agent 11 A I R R or to E O Uci General Passeng r ind 1 Oo West Fourth Street - A D 1 I IT Class Twenty A t IIKIIUEIUEHIEI OEAIKK IX Watches Clocka Jewelry Silver anJ Special HEATHS Plated wnr etc attention given to Ln j r GALYAR SETTING DIAMOND F AND OTHEU PKElT Jk All Kinds of Coal REPAIRING Promptly done and Id a workmanlike MM Cash Paid for Old Gold aad Silver to the DELIVERED Dont Post-30- - ve place next door licbiuoud Ky -- 3000 fa I wiiMM I Talnor WMHIMiiwSMllA met 1 1lril hot on wrt front reurli - MNI SSSMrt m M 1 TT sss IMSMlrn iilisslil K r Another Robbery stretch and waving his old white hat THIN COLUMN LOST CORRESPONDENCE MATRIMONIAL Mr Wallace Norris near College Hill boated Get there Eli The ridersaw wan robbed Sunday night of 40 The PERKINS 4sflsly - - December 17 1890 money was Among your Christmas presents get something had occurred gave Eli his Monday night between Methodist Mr II 15 Van Hook and Miss Fanny taken from his pocket while several Wharton Bros have their new mill in ounces of buckshot for the rob- Â¬ head and won the race Hence the exDawson were married on Thursday Dec church and my home one pair Gold asleep at the house of his father Mr pression Get there Eli Eli died last operation ftiawl lost Bm baa- bers Finder leave same llth 1880 at the brides home in iar rimmed spectacle Simpson Ron year full of years and honors on Fullers W C Leech lias been appointed Post There is in Richmond an eighteen-months-ol- d lias a wi1 alwut fine Christmas rard county Eld J I Wills of Rich at A G Woods Drug Store and get reAnner People sleep ton sound and dont keep farm in Linn county Acm master at this place vice A W Moore mond officiating MRS S P WALTERS kid that is entitled to the Attendants Miss ward pods- - SeessL enough dogs and guns Why dont There can scarcely be a doubt of 1000 resigned bakery He asked his mother for a nick- Â¬ Lizzy Gafney Mr Win Todd are bnildirg neartlic somebody shoot a rohher il liiiue Mr Charle Jenkins and family will soon el and when questioned as to what he horses entering the 230 list this year Youll have more rennet for a dollar At the residence of the brides parents l Three Jnrk A Change wanted with it said he owed old George We present this week eighty five re- remove to their new house on Jolly at Mitchell Ind December Mr Jan when you learn what it can do for you at Old Ceorge is the carriage cruits a larger number than in any pre- Â¬ Ridge Jolly may they be The rt lit winter will not be a long 26 27 Governor Buckner has appointed Judge a nickel Cook was married to Miss Blanche Wolf Weeks vious week bringing the total up to HO J 1 Hunt to succeed Hon W WbtiO horse Co have bought all of Mr Cook is a young lawyer of the Mt J C Potts Hume are agents for first Birnam With three new ones added this week the turkeys in this neighborhood and Vernon bar now holding of Fayette county as a member of the Can chickens hear church tells a government class insurance companies Try them sol Â¬ V A rVsrcH ha removed to his Board of Commissioners of the Eastern emnly asked a small boy Wednesday and Lulie C 22i previously reported as shipped them so there is not a gobbler position in the office of Collector Bti mam 33-- 3n Broadway entering the list Nutwoods number is left for Ninas la t With as much curiosity as surprise Kentucky Lunatic Asylum at Richmond The couple are now visitMr Estill Insure with the N Y Life A ets Hient tliis meek resignation was he was asked why he w ished to know increasoil to nineteen only two behind a surprise to his fellow The firm of Moore Kanatzer the two ing at Mr Cooks old home at Pleasant over a hundred million 427 Bat it ity ci good reading Cause if they cant members but as he resides some miles he replied Id Alcantara and six in advance of Flec enterprising young merchants of this Valley They will go to Richmond on Nut place have The cow that gave the ice cream is dead ke to 10 a chicken for I hate to hear tioneer the next horse in line the 15th where Mr Cook will resume his Ired has arid from the eity he has found it inconvenremoved to Somerset Kv A hun wood now him fifty one 2o0 performers but Week is living and doing a streami- Â¬ Thursday at 22 ient to give attention to the duties of the church bells ring where they are going run a first cl is office duties and stands fifth among the great sires grocery house We to 2O 2J ng busin peattton and that is probably the roason l Famous iKople do not alwavs care to wish them the sue rlUSliei of the country Flectioneer is the only cess they deserve DEi he retired n live in populous cities Away off in an r you leap Insure Look well before an aged citizen of I living horse ahead of him the others There has been a regular exodus of our obscure part of Texas near Hempstead Mrs H T Powell died in Richmond with the N Y Lbe The strongest I lined to his bed Ceorge Wilkes Blue Bull and Happy best Probably Pastime lives Elizabeth Ney a grand niece of the citizens the past few weeks to Mid OB Wednesday December 10th I860 Life Insurance represented in the Coun-Medium having gone the way of all The slick Peg Leg Nonis made a good famous Marshal Ney dlesborough and elsewhere including aged 28 years y- of France and Tom 24-horseflesh Nutwtxsl is almost certain Mr W Farley leuiht four thing out of the Land bunco game a Stuart lives in Winchester Mr James Joel Hill and family Mr Bud Nuby and French to pass Blue Bull and George Wilkes of new SulThe remains of Lyeargus Bronddns Donelson has a quantity good thing for aisasrif but not much for KiagSBB bast week for VM and family and Mr Obe Biggerstaff and who died Tipton in Richmond Parti Xcim at recently Sumter kies Hurries and Buggies of the newest and may even the other two Lire Mr Land After all his blowing about K in family We will gladly welcome the South Carolina were brought to Rich and most popular pattern and at very Grandma did grandpa ever see a bat- Stool Pc ord the arrest and imprisonment of Haines good people who may wish to occupy mond for tle burglar and his asked a diminutive speciman of a Mi kill interment Deceased WSSS half reasonable figures intention of bringing that culprit boy Mr James W Farley of this county their places and share the vicissitudes o brother of Mrs T E Baldwin and was last week No I guess not r Ix tter any man to justice Haines was allowed go and if Provide lor your family in the event of to scott he had I presume bought in Lexington last week four this life with us 50 years old niiuinity he would have run free on the payment of some fTftfTft and death Insure with the New York Life blooded horses as follows ClifLord was the information elicited ONE OK THKM HEARD FROM Mrs Rebecca B Turner wife of S K See B C Potts Well ornitare Company is of that 13690 Mr Land has got nothing 24 27 grandma thats what people have their den b h foaled 1881 by imported Buck Turner died in Richmond Ky on Tues ike and Tom Ii is bettered that Harris r ark rami the BiFFALCvi Y Dec nth ioo A tree is known by its fruit We are senses for aint it to run when theres den 14SJ dam by Enquirer Price day December Stb 1880 aged 88 years I whole He has jiromised to come on nlir lirui 57 Nirvana b m foaled 1881 by King Editor Climax She was a daughter of the late Talton known by ours here and settle but he hasnt come danger Alfonso dam Maggie Hunter the dam cf B 26 27 Is Parrish in Bruiistnn Iil-- U en FWeckesser Co Wheres the Horse Emory andfor more than half a century In Carter county this State the follow- Â¬ From tirst to last it is the inipressian that Ripple Nick Finser Qaincy etc Price Doctor k nr more but vVheres Wig ins Well was a faithful member of the PresbyteI for the N B C P Y Life Haines and friends were squeezed to the ing notice waa panted on a fence in a 1790 Jewess c m ioaled 1887 by proved yesterday here he is coming West as fat as possiÂ¬ rian church She was a true christian has written over 80000 since the 20th of amount o some sj4H of which Noma neighlxrhood w hose school teacher had Eoloa dam Jewelry sister of Bullion ble sleighing I al through the Eat and a model wife and mother January August in the county cheerfully If auy man or womans Price SoT50 and Mr Land got 500 Nor gone abroad Jennie II b m foaled have been to New Biitain Conn buying lust she and her husband celebrated cows or oxen gits in these hay or oats his the with Mr J H ris is a sweet siented geranium XicJiol- I have moved my Blacksmith and 1882 by Bay Diek dam Mollis Reed a wholesale stock of builders hardware 50th anniversary of their marriage The or her tail will lie cut oflas the case may tin- marc killed by a blast atrillt Journal Bay Dick by Jlxjxington Wood Shop to my two story building on and out of for the firm The people read more burial took place in the cemetery he lama Christian man and pay my Third Street and am prepared to do Alabama by Brown Dick Price newspapers down East than any place taxes but drot the man who lets his crit- Â¬ Kobber Shot The Christmas number of Harpers Ba- blacksmithing and wood work in a true M These horses embrace such well know n on earth No wonder they are smart peoHrksou f laris ters run loose say I AIkhU oclock Sundav morning I employ Mr blood as IiuKrted Tranhy Cooks Whip ple I was in the N Y Worlds office zar published December tth is fairly workmanlike manner eight candidate fir the Bertram Hlencoe Leedes Arabian Dio building It is certainly the finest in the redolent with the spirit of the holidays skilled workmen Bring your work to man and we John Green living half way In tween Red I p HORSE NOTES Hoaaeand Union City heard his dog me and I will guarantee satisfaction med Albion Ambassadar Leviathan lieU win country and to thin that an express The stories include St Gudules Angel A Snowy Christhark his shot gun and went into S L MIDK1FF Yorkshire etc Mr Farley has some dricr could make all that money in less by Marion Harland ii J Carter of Booth Flkhorn has sold to mity who by Rose Hawthorne Lathrop and the hack yard Seeing no one he walked W K rr of Scioto O of the liest blood in America and knows than ten years makes me wonder what mas nr Far Oitr FiTty a weanling chestat Ford while imp for 1IRS WISSLOwsSKTHlNSYR around to the front where he saw a man fur melr jou do with yours You ought to be in How Christmas came to Frida by Flornut colt bv A llandorf dam by Alburn how to utilize it flrer fifty years by mltlloos of BWKfcM that they are a iot of os- children while teething wtlh ence Watters Snedeker all of which are trying to got in at a window He drew son of Almont for soothes the child softenntK- inims allays allpaln Nelson 210iJ the champion stallion is New York ils a flourishing village 1000 Pari Ktm cures wind colic ami Is down his gun hut just then an unseen superbly ilteftrsted Will Carleton conrruca It will relieve th According to the recent ruling of now eight years old a bright bay with especially in the newspaper line I went tributes a poem entitled Christmas Sev- stroll mediately - Sold by Drufqrutt la every part of t he that the mar oir at one side shot at Mr Green cents a bottle Bo sure and asit f r Mrs the American Turl Congress the biack-e-r- s black points and in his form make up out to see how the GoJdess of Libertv enty Years Ago which is illustrated by world The bnllet Kissed across his chest and the L Wluslows SootUnK Syrup and take no otiier kind Well I climbed of the trotting turf can no longer and style he is a very attractive horse enlightened the world throngh car line Sooth buried deep into the wall of the house up 900 pairs of steps until I got up to the a full page picture drawn by Alice Barber If you want to buv a Sulky Surrey take up the running turf vocation All Fver since his apcarancc in Maine as a l miisville Mr Green then shot the man Â¬ rimd he has been recognized as top of the head on the inside of course P Embry of Madison has bought Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor Joe jK rsons expelled by the American Trotbar 7th to ing from the window- and the fellow ting Association or the National Trotting one of the greatest horses of the country There I had a good view of the bay in Garrard alone about 800 to BOO head of he has the latest best and cheapest jumped a yard high and fell over a flower which was particularly interesting at the slop cattle at prices ranging from 2ivi to u steam laundy- ition for fraud shall stand ruled off He goes without weights or boots and Slierp For Sale Motber and sou are doinj pit J B Park sold his corn to the the race courses of the American Turf his action is very pot foul and frictionless time on account of the Brazilian fleet I have 2300 sheep for sale including Next morning a quantity of blood was Be must ii He has been able to stand up under a consisting of three men of war visitors Silver Creek distillery at 250 per barrel 1000 select ewes found at the pit and drops along for two Congress during the continuance of such good deal ol training and racing and he being escorted out by one of Uncle delivered 7 r corrf 10- H II Colyfk Fanner Bmmt Jbamaf explain to vou in this hundred yards The battel lodged in the expulsion Sams new gun boats They kept up a is now perfectly sound As a d randy cluaer than Kirksville to the Front is of enormous size It is given out that Mr Caldwell Mr Green Littles Barber Shop Keaioved the he trotted in fc26 In 1887 he trotted continual firing of cannon until out of nth Drop in and sv Joe says tiiere were three men He had but Boyle county man will start this winter There will be a and a George T Little has removed his barin 221 J In 1888 he was in the stud In port I wonder why ome Yankee dont lh will fiirni li the diagram at iultenburg and will receive one liKid in his gun and was not particu00 a 1888 he trotted in 114 and he in 1880 put in an elevator to carry passengers up Cantata at the Christian church Kirks ber shop down street to the house formerFriday afternoon December 26 ly occupied by Sanders cigar store secWhat a pity he day for his services the highest sum ever he has reached the champion honors - opened a line larly expecting robber by to the top and charge them 100 for vill Ky Every body invited didnt have two loads of buckshot and paid to a startoi in this or any other placing to his credit a record of 210 riding at 2 oclock No ond door from Herndons corner ls at the and toilet He A man occupying Caldwells kill two robbers But he has done agood country gain Store I didnt mean to write a letter jost a charges at the door invites his old patrons and the public genon First street 27 28 From the unsurpassed perfections of his Kill find many things new and work as it is more than any of the other position can not but have critics but it is limbs and gait from the vigor of bis con Customers promptly erally to call note on newspapers to 30U personally Christmas Market fifteen ar twenty in the county who have the universal opinion of fairminded turf- Â¬ stitution and his excellent teiiqier it is Dont publish any of this Give my reThe ladies of the Presbyterian Church waited upon Everything clean and first either been robbed or had an attempt men that he is the best starter who ever fair to conclude that if he were kept in gards to Dr White and Parrish t2 will have a Christmas market on the 23rd class and the best of work done of the Kirksville IVeshy- handled the flag in America Record made on them Yours truly training he would go still faster hut as he of December at Kirksville for sale of all thun h will have a Christmas The same night an attempt was made Wiggins NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Just twenty four years ago the first is now the premier trotting stallion of the kinds of eatables and fancy articles 27 2S and j i an depend npen it on f Mr Hiram lett at Doytea- the lion market wont lie found ville and a few nights before on that of horse butcher in Paris opened his shop world his procrcative services will be so THE WOMKN BBPDtl THE CONSTITl Millinery and Notions Since then there have lieen started near- valuable that it ia likely he will lie retired TIONAh CONVENTION Mr Willis Oids in same neighborhood Mrs Praglieimer has a beautiful line ot from the turf on his present honors ly 140 horse flesh shops in the departRemaining unclaimed in the Post OlTice Mr Iijur White aocosatsaued by his An attempt was also recently made on ment of the Seine and at winter millinery consisting of hats bon at Richmond Ky week ending Dec 16 Frankfort Ky Dec 13 iSoo the present Mr rvan Mielliy of Lexington the Wells hou e near Union City occu time about 20000 horses are killed every Editor Ciim ax Will you please net ribbons flowers vines feathers and Bankee Clav RELIGIOUS Jores L R We have pear in Paris for human food weeks hunting in the pied by Mr Conny Gainea print the inclos ed report of the Conven Â¬ birds She has also choice perfumes Barne- - E W lohnston Joe The tion Luuey Gestrude We want the people of the Slate to perfume bottles and other toilet goods Brand Lucy They brongfal abut three board of half B dozen others price of the meat is less than half of or- Â¬ J S Stewart treasurer of the missiona- be familiar Marriman Mollie with the idea that they may handkerchiefs cuffs collars ties gloves Broadus Naniel The county now is thoroughly aroused dinary butchers meat Berlin is fol- Â¬ home with them ry fund of the North Georgia Conference Chappell W T Milks Nannie be ready to adopt it and there are more loaded guns and pis- Â¬ lowing the example of Paris Eschamjt We ladies were in etc Call at No First Street 27 8 Cobb C W M ay i now out of dan- Million Woodson is 10000 short in his accounts and he vited to a hearing upon the floor of the tols ready for immediate use than have Miller Mat Mrs again in a short time Go snowshoeing Yes my dear Earnest G The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders has been displaced Convention for a resolution leaving the existed sinee the war and it is liest for Moberlev T II Fifis Fiecbe Mrs - lit li his nephew remained madam why not provided the heavens Foster Isaac Hev I BL McKlroy closed a ten days extension of full suffrage for women to the OwnlvJ W the robbera to stop at once but we hope Association met at Lexington Friday in It was hin fii st he propitious and furnish the snow and GriiTittU C G Rainanv Nathan E they may continue long enough to get annual session and decided to guarantee meeting at Maysville for Rev B W Mc action of some future Legislature Reanes Jennie earn and at oue time was there is every prospect of plenty this Gibson T E a futurity stake worth jl 000 which into dan in Central Presbyterian church last Mr Jep C Jonson from the Commit- Â¬ killed Turner Elic w inter Snowshoeing is as easy as slid- Â¬ Harris Bell The orficers Sabbath with 20 additions Pari JCat tee on Womans Rights presented the folHedges Mr Walker Ann Mrs Numliers of gum- and pistols were be trotted in Lexington ing down bill after you know how and Hugle Jake M Pope has luiiilit a lot on bought in Richmond last court dav and elected were President P P Johnson ttirkinn Ycaker Elen MM lowing report Ordered that the same be yoa will know- - how and how to form a Irnine Kit Granese Vinicaea tin lowell additionand quantities of ammunition and the Vice President H C McDowell SecreP T Ikirnum before eating dinner placed in the Orders of the Dav club and what to wear and all about it Post Office hours from 6 a SB to 7 p m I ry spring chances are that a larger quantity will be tary K A Tipton Directors same as The real and personal property of a mar Thanksgiving day deeded to the Iniver after reading the breezy article on Snow- Money order and registered letter hours ill lull view of the crossing of lent year Theaflairaof the association in demand next court dav salist Church of the Redeemer at Bridge- Â¬ ried woman acquired or held before her shoeing in Demores ts Family Maga prompt 7 a m to 6 p m - looking north were reported its in a proserous condiJ B WILLIS pm port Conn of which he is a member a marriage or that to which she may here- zine for January and if you dont beThe Cattle Ordinance tion after become rightfully entitled shall not house and lot worth 10000 come enthusiastic about the subject we Richmond tried to put on city airs by Rood Indian ILL JENNINGS M D they be subject to levy or sale for her husbands The highest priced yearling ever sold are mistaken it A personal letter from Bishop Thomas debts but shall be held as prohibiting the public Bale of stock on in the world either privatelv or at auc- Â¬ He and a her separate PIirSICIAX AXD SURGEON her streets county court days but the tion was the thoroughbred colt King U Dudley expresses much gratification property and may be bequeathed dc ied y the Indian police Shawl Lust KlCHMoNll KKNTUCKY t until farmers and traders kicked so and the Thomas by King Ban dam Maud Hamp- Â¬ over the success of Rev W Y Sheppards or alienated bv her the same as if she were the old warrier A large shawl black on one side and of the police to the hai- - merchants protested so loudly that the ton which was sold at the Haggin Bab in efforts to establish a church service here unmarried Provided That no gift or gray on the other lost on the court imce up stairs uext to Second National n-Mr Sheppard is entirely wor- grant from the husband to the wife shall house square a week ago Finder leave Bank ordinance was repealed after a short New York City for SWOOO Maxmilian thy of your confidence and help be detrimental to the just claims of his same at Cobbs stable and get reward it trial Jarir X is the uext highest priced yearling he II R GIBSON - nan made an at The council received a petition from having sold in Fngland for SlHit4 and the church is equally so Before creditors - lav tolloii V TTevis Christmas Hook News long I hoiH- - to have the pleasure of visitMiss LauraClay was selected to plead PHYSICIAN AXD SUIIGEOX citizens asking that the cattle be taken thorough i The as- - oil the streets and before an ordinance Neither of these two top priced liabilities The December number illustrating and ing Stanford Skmftri Journal our cause by the committee of ladies She Kentucky a Richmond rity debte could pass the same citizens counter breds have yet gained reputation on the describing all the Holiday Books of the sea Kid Geo Sweeney who recently re ably presented the justice and rightfulness turf Kinliiikian or Tom son is a handsome holiday book in itself Office 2d1 j Seconal Street up stnirv manded their request and the ordinance th The Rus of our position being citizens taxpayers trtrned from Europe savs red The news of August Belmonts death and half the adult people of the State and easily ranks with Magazines costing did not become a law sians have alxuit given their consent for The was received by turfmen with much re- a railroad through their vast territory Mrs Sawyer Mrs Farmer and Mrs five or six times its little price 5 cent- But something must be done Express LOT the around the court house- wont hold gret For the past four years his stud of and I think it is only a question of time Mary B Clay were the committee who If you have a holiday book to buy or if streets a powerful Norman have been kept near Lexington you havent we know of nothing so full and a the cattle mules horses men street cars at his Nursery Farm and there the until a railroad will be built from the accompanied her Mrs Henry and Mrs ii Chicaso We feel of just the things you want to know or Rus- Â¬ Watts having returned home United States through Siberia I offer for sale the residence and Milwaukee and is and everything else The horse swappers home of With the aid grounds on Third street 8t Blaise and The Ql Ueed it sia to Lmdon and Paris Inand encouraged to believe that the School would like to read about and sellers were long since ruled orl and Eighty foot time I ailliug to haul everything There simply is not was that Fides Potomac Her Highness think branches will also le constructed Suffrage and Married Womens Property of many beautiful pictures from the illus- front new house with three rooms kitchwhy not the cattle by exp c All in good and other noted jierfonners were bred trated books twenty sis pages of descrip en cellar outbuildings Moat to nay nothing of the fearful to China and Japan Si far as I have rights will be embodied in our Constiturepair On street car line It is said it was always Mr reared tive price list ard the advertements of i the wounded robber be amount of tilth left on the streets Ixnik and 26- G VV PICKELS been able to see the speedy Christian tion and hope the resolution above rerepresent - nobody heard ofaneigh- - at the pavement along the court house Belmonts expressed intention to have colonization of Asia is at hand Pari cited will be also adopteJ for what far the publishers all of whom are sighted man cannot see that a govern- ed Book News aiTords the pleasantest ii shot by accident fence on Second street it is still foul his second son August Jr continue the mum breeding and racing business after his ment of for and by the people must to be kind of communication between the read hnnting orfaDaaTnbonni from the leavings of October Court From present indications lieattyville true enfranchise all the people ing public and the plentiful supply of m b c or irot thrown by a lo you recall the hitching posts united death EreMmje will soon have three new churches the books booklets cards calendars and pewire leiice Keeji by chains that surrounded the coirt well known trotting stal Wilkes the FOR 8 ALE Sealed bids will be re The American Grocer publishes the riodicals prepared by authors and publishIn eves Well the time came lion owned by Stanhope Bros of Kins- Presbyterians the Christians and the boose square cetved by the undersigned for stock of following account of the manufacture and ers lor this lime of year Episcopalians are taking steps in the di it BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING AND when the horses must go That was I man Ohio was sold to W C McCann of proportions Of the largest cheese ever V will take charge ef the CENTS FURNISHING GOODS as ami the town trustees came Ix xington Kentucky on the 25th for rection indicated and with outside help ago Tlie London Times in the course of a signed to me bv W B llennv promised six months hence made The cheese will be cut December H nuuiry near being moblved for their action Any 20000 He was sired by Red Wilkes that has been T L CASSFLL Assignee of lengthy review of G W Smalley s Lonlaneastrians and number of people swore they would dam Allie West and began his trotting will see three houses of worship here 15 and was made by Gampp lin 37 J A SiIlivan Alty worthy the name The aliove denomi- Â¬ Fast Otto N Y as one of the novelties don Letters and Some Others says the line to Richmond We career the past season securing a record never come to Richmond again Mr Smalley for the most part tells of of their fiftieth anniversary which they ill improve the road didnt keep a list and dont know on the track at Cleveland which was nations have recently had many addi are making preparations to celebrate English life and English public men and it on fast trains to Bich-- whether they kept their word or not but considered four seconds slow of 222J tions to their respective congregations Mr Gampp thus describes the mammoth v hat lie has to tell us is told in the best and all seem determined to build substantin- town is about three times as large The Stanhotie Bros purchased him two When first solicited to under manner of what Matthew Arnold used to - cheese tial and sightly church edifices leattiAll persons indebted to W B Benny Now is there a rea now as it was then years ago for RtXM intending to use him He does not will please call and settle All persons take the manufacture of the King of cal the New Journalism Baarj Bsrsea Eaasrsrisr county who would for stud purposes only and not battering sonable man in the Cheeses I made inquiry to ascertain if eschew personal details he would hardly having claims against the estate of VV B nan Menitt of the Million barrel We met Rev Geo W Sweeney broth- Â¬ I might how larbe a cheese had hitherto be an American writing lor Americans if Benny will prove their claims according like to sec anywhere from ten to a hun Â¬ then that he would show any great trot-- riously burned dred horse- - hitehed all around the court ting qualities er of Eld J S Sweeney of this city last been huilded sad concluded from such he did but he introduces them for the to law and present the same to the unlln onl dersigned today He lay down in the shop house with their mud in winter and Ib W A Wilson Abdallah Park Cynthi night on the train from Cincinnati information as I was able to obtain that most part with discretion good sense T L CASSELL Assignee p When he iiitoerable stench and Mies in summer 26 27 He has a keen eye for ana has sold to Dr K D Wise Los An- is on his way home from a trip of over a something less than 4000 jiounds was the and good humor J A Slllivan Atty ii rirc and also A ay man ran sec at a glance that there geles Cai for 10000 one weanling two vear in foreign lands He visited the an- limit which had been reached salient points of character and indiBy com- the thing He extingaiahed the shav- - is not room for cattle anywhere near the all trot- cient centers of civilization in Africa in putation I found that the milk of one day viduality a vivid way ot presenting great and one he paid any attention to him- - court house or on Second Street le yearlings ters and all fillies namely Nevada cluding a thousand miles up the Nile of six factories which I could control scenes and memorable occasions and a He ranted also in many parts of Asia tween the Female Institute and the pub record 2152 chestnut mare would make a cheese somew hat exceed Â¬ wide acquaintance with English social including the Seven Churches of Asia But there is an abundance lic school The ia Main by Simmons 22S dam Marie Bosee ing that figure Accordingly the milk of life its ways and its personalities and 1 The undersigned have this dav filed 15 Adelaide 218 by His trip took in all the principle countries the 3000 bovines which supply the lac- though like the rest of us he has hi po- with the Clerk of the Madison County Work on the as main will reach the of riKim on First south of Main on by Smuggler of Europe including Russia and the alsoon any other streets Milwaukee politic sjiiare to day The main comes WaterStreetand Entered in the Spirit of the teal fluid to the six factories was on the litical prepossessions and his personal Court papers of incorporation and is to He goes Land of the Midnight Sun outside of the streets almve mentioned of Walnut I Times 11000 stake Adelaide McGregor Uroalway second day 01 October made up in the likes and dislikes he is too discreet a be known as the Berea Fair Association provided the cattle are kept oil the bay weanling filly by Simmons 228 dam back to his church in a few days at Oak- Â¬ usual manner placed in press in the chronicler to allow them too obviously to and will do business at Berea Madison and is 10 inches in diameter County Ky i Adelaide 21H as alove Entered in the land Cal where he has been pastor for small hooiis then broken up taken to get the better of him the puhlic square the main is pavements it 2 The nature of the business is to hold But children must go to school and great Horseman and Terre Haute Stakes six or seven years Mr Sweeney will re the place where the mammoth press ssj annual fairs at Berea Ky for the purto ii inches - Slore For Sale Dmgo to and fro about town pose of encouraging agriculture and stock of Si 1000 each Bonnie June bay year- Â¬ main here at his brothers two or three set up and there passed in the great hoop yly men are at work and they dig women must Doctors Bales and Kincaid offerfor sale raising His wife who accompanied him - days and they cant do so with any sort of ling Ally full sister to Bon Bon fourisiderahle lirt in a day Of course press and hoop had to be Soo 3 The Capital Stock paid up is there drug store building at Kingston and convenience or safety if the pavements years old record 220 by Simmons 228 in his long travels is not here with him specially constructed The press was of may be increased to 000 and the their prosperous drug business conducted and i overed with cattle He is lucky to have lived a liachelor for are A Cake Sale dam Bonnie Wilkes 229 dam of Bon charter perpetual and to commence from hard timber eiuht pieces 8 to 10 incises The men who want to buy cattle wont Bon Entered in the Spirit of the Times some years and now to have fortune and diameter tied together by sixteen --inch therein Both propritors being physicians December 8 1890 and the highest in Climax lias received the subjoin Â¬ in active practice and having other outside amount of indebtedness is not to exceed Pari Krntuckian leisure to travel 1 1000 stake ed which tells the whole siory and mind walking around the square to look iron rods the follower was placed down business wish to lighten there work by 500 at them you forget to attend Yesterday was the last dav of the thor Â¬ Burglars entered the store of R L by four powerful screws The hoop was selling the drug store 4 The affairs of the association are to Sale December be conducted by a President The ladies of the Methinlist Church oughbred saleswhich have leen held here Prewitt at Aliceton in the west end of 3 feet in diameter and nearly its high 20th 1S90 Terms PERSONAL One half cash the Secretary Treasurer and five Diwill bare a cake sale on the 2rd and commencing last Friday The sales have this county last Saturday night and ob Â¬ closely bound by broad and heavy iron balance in one and two years witn inter- Â¬ rector to be chosen by the company an2Mb at Mrs bournes All who desire general satisfaction and firmly es tained about S175 in cash 25 belonging bands The bandage is of a heavy duck nually on the 4th Saturday in May ofeach Mrs Ed Rowland is visiting in Nicho given 26 est and lien or anything in the lasville year on their grounds near Berea tablithes the fact that Lexington holds to Mr Prewitt the proprietor and the with Atlantic A cotton pressed on each of stockholders is line of Christmas del 5 Private property le invittil to own as the horse marketof the world remainder to Mr James Russell who had face of the cheese Ten of the best cheese The McKinley Bill has effected the Mr C B Sale has returned to Bir Â¬ her nd mi- what they have sold yesterday for RU left the money with Mr Prewitt to pay makers were employed patting the mon- price on tin ware but our fruits and can exempt from corporate debts Coylk Eighty- - oue he T J mingham Ala a good aver- some bark hands The money had been ster to press and as the curd must go in dies are cheaper than ever U0 an average of 43080 A T Fisic Aaother Plsaia Mill Mr C K Smith has returned from a age considering the quality of the stock placed in a thread case Co 26 27 F Weckesser The burglars while still warm they worked like smiths John Hill Wardropcr A Wailaee liave secured business trip to Tennessee Dr Nave evidently knew where it was as no one at their forges Work began at the fac M of it was very inferior at the K C dejot Heath Miss Minva Phelps has been elected the Prince Charley colt owned by James would think of searching a thread case tories as soon as the milk was inasu ual and will convert it into a planing mill Captain of a boat crew at Wellesley fiuest was the highest priced horse sold for money They used a key of their in the morning and it was nearly 8 r m Work on the change will begin January Ijmra P Baldwin of Council he bringing 5000 Pervin P sold for own leaving the dxr unlocked firtmpn before the great screws were applied and Miss utii al builders and New Castle mass on follower Heron for 1000 Blufls Iowa is visiting her sister Mrs -- IS-S ic were scattered over the floor but thecurd with came down as the hugePelion tently familiar with lumlierand a pressure The famous stallion Wanderer Wednesday night of nothing else stolen fTM Walker 1 lie cheese Ruffin for remained in press piled the stores of J II Webb and Purdoin Tjist week Mrs 8 J Harlan gave a only wild for S175 Little 575 iies three planing mills for beg GrOSC at Mitchellsburg were broken nine days was then released from Welch and her Minstrel 510 Lord Clifden Mi Yellow Tea to GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR icrs in the The garly prices for such horses even if they open and the rascals sueured alxiut S20 nre furnished with a straight jacket to friend Miss Boyd of Covington eaantv good behavior and now stands almost too old for service Prett from Mr Webb and a lot of cigars Ac compel private dining rwm at Gilchers was were Green They entered alone although only a month old We at from Purdom f illowing by word originated T ated with autttui flowers A Lillle Hasty during a horse race the rear of Mr Webbs store and went in dont intend to neglect it so that it shall Mo lUDthi rettily trimmed with Chi under w idle the I On the 4i IM SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS Greens ever get to run alone It in 3 feet 2 inches A horse named Fli at the transom over Purdom I I piantsand yellow crvsauthemums c in height is raised every day by the aid Adrocaie SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS front door Danrille beli ngeo to a man named Fuller Anothbant ill of screws and turned on trunnions am Armstrong induced Fuller er man named lady was Mrs Ir Herring and the Its Excellent Qualities will probably le sufficiently cured bv the that certain portions of to go into a deal whereby Armstrongs Lancaster Record explained her conduct Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book The November to public approval the Cali- Â¬ aOthof this month ac Â¬ Armstrong then made Commend was to win Africa will always le worthless on tlie work of mental aberk in ii ruction weighed milk used in count of the ravages of the grasshoppers another deal w ith a horseman which was fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Fig TKR-OIDi-SO- HP 7i5i pounds and I estimate the he saw aeolumn of young intended to beat Fuller Ihe race was a It ia pleasing to the eye and to tin In nm lh a knife btr -- rans by thirty mile and a half dash and the three horses and by gently acting on the kiJneys to weigh when thoroughly cured 4200 i miles broad it to and when started but w hen the first mile was made liver and bowels it cleanses the system pounds and confidential n a valley FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES r his uniform kindness and ex thereby promoting the health cut up as fine as the fh them they Fuller saw the change aifairs had taken effectually the grass was fired eding great taution ILL- r waa no Jmi were thick en mgh to smother the flames wild with rage he rushed into the quarter and comfort of all who use it ibt a little previous w ith bi knife Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I S 7Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5Â¬ Â¬ i I eon-in-la- w Â¬ 1 1k--i- THE CLIMAX we mm THE We ti EsiH G I WE DO THIS is G I X I X V I N SIMPLE OURS ARE The Best Goods AND G OUR PRICES G B lbs Most Reasonable A W A Y C DONT YOU SEF HOW YOU A C SAVE MOUEY NOW BE WISE tjk K COMETOUS AND BE Â¬ Â¬ M CONVINCED three-fear-ol- - Â¬ 5- A N IMoHumbug -- 0 X MoBlow three-year-ol- 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ D Y JUST BUT ALL TRUTH 0 30 FICTION E Y m SDinelliCo Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS ia5 Â¬ ON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WATCH OUT CHRISTiMAS HAS BROKEN LOOSE 1 1 at Armors Jewelry Empori- Â¬ um Dont fail to go and get your wife husband or sweet heart a Diamond a Watch a Clock a Ring or something - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ else that you may find in hi- large and well selected novelties You cannot fail to be pleased with the large stock now on exhibition -- Â¬ lll 73 Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Sill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ ASSIGNEES NOTICE AWAY Every time and prove ourselves to be the best in the field of busir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Notice Were Still Heie Waiting for the next man who thinks he can compete with us in goods prices or any other wjv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld NOTICE OUST CROWDS Attracted by our marvelously low prices Â¬ hm lQ 1 1 Cents Dozen 1 Sweet Florida Oranges 25 Cents per Dozen 1 HiraiMiQc We dont ask you to take our but invite you to come and compare our prices and quality of goods wfth others This is no before buying elsewhere BLOW as we guarantee everything sold exactly as represented or else refund your money word Vice-Preside- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TAR 01 D PILESI THE F Weckesser Co Fruit Dealers Leading Confectioners 111 li PILESI Â¬ PRICE 50 CENTS - ABSOlyUTElvY FUt2K CHICAGO SCOTT tells the mysteries of the past present MADAM SBBHSBBttaw MMilllIwIibMcMkl M 8wrtTlri Jl Sods ii 1 TAR OID CO Consnlt Madam and future Scott at Homer Baxters Main street corner Collins L jMk mV11 j mm yrfitly how m wMc s alt nwt Mt WMWI wX Hi Ml MWMMM tlULH W KASI1T m rxi snskv mm M wMtnrlsu rtor J5 - n Uiiia cm rsanaac a ft II I IHaaw sssgsasssTsgTsgfgTgTifMj I M SILENCE REWARDED Bow a Foiictmiu Out Tri Dollar for a NEWS PARAGRAPHS John W Parrish mine county formerly of Jessa- Â¬ died suddenly at Belton aaid one of the finest exhibiting a Mo crisp ten dollar bill and a grin of satis Washington McLean father of John R faction that stretched his capacious mouth almost from ear to ear McLean of the Cincinnati Enquirer and rever I have lived I have always formerly one of the owners of that paper made it a rule to cultivate the policedied in Washington men on the beat This man and I were Thomas CL Coffey aged 72 years and a on good terms and I knew that he had a rood story to toll me I oongratu- - descendant of Gen Coffey who fought lated him on his rood luck but pro at New Orleans with Jackson died in fessed my utter inability to even sur Lincoln county last week aiee bow it happened In the Fayette Circuit Court the jury Faith thin its fur holdin me tongue about a triflin little Job I did in the case of the negro Duncan for the fur a foine jintleman that lives on me murder of Ir Oorliam failed to agree beat so it is Kiglit were for hanging and four for life I saw that the secret was so sore a imprisonment burden to Mm that be would have to A Milwaukee liquor dealer lias orderrelieve himself of it ontinued if I tell it to ed tl VKl barrels of rye whisky to in- made some won I kin bold me tongue about by the distillery at amp Nelson This it better aftberward No won loikes to is claimed to the largest single order have a pace of luck dhropped right ever given in the State down ot bis fuat an not shpake won las EL Sclioll served the county for word about it to a livin soul Weii thin it wass a passin the sixteen years as county and circuit corner of the sh irate that me foine jin- clerk since which time lie lias hetn tleman lives on late last night a won master commissioner and examiner and Tim Doolan had remim- - is now county attorney derin hnm- bered me instructions consarnin where to lave the bottle of whisky when I i him Mins Mattie Wilmore of KicboBBS- not Tim but the jintleman lar a lamp post ville and R Scott Hudson oi Camp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aasll Job Fut yer cant tell how I pot that - Â¬ - he says I Theres a burglar in mo house says VS he he deu I o says L that its r I be Im not shure a burglar but if it aint a want yer to foind out what ith says I Id as lave tackle the divii himself at a burglar so Im Well I wint wid the jintleman to his house and inside the hall door was his lady white as a abate an not drissed T OOJII OUT TES BLACKliUARD for company though may be she was drissed wall enough fur a perlaoeman In won hand shed a poker an in the a pistol she told me theyd come home late from the thayater an jist before she w lo bed she wint to the amethin an she couldnt tie door au she was shure she badnbe door whin she wint ard a noise an thin i a burglar had locked him- ouldnt let her husband te moight get shot - I to myself its not much pr rsuadin he naded to lave the door alone or Im no judge of human V - Dick Kohiusoii will lte Married Wed-Â¬ nesday Hecemlier 17th The wedding will take place in one of the Nicholas ville cliurclu s The Knight- - of Honor which started a few years ago in Louisville with 17 members now numlnTs IgjOOss with grand lolges in every State Inder its insurance 32000000 has bean given to the heirs of its deceased memlters Got Buckner has land Wednesday February 4 as the time for the execution of John C Carter of liraves county Carter was sentenced in May lsvi to he lianced but the case was appealed and the judgment has just lxt n altirnied Nearly all of the Massachusetts tow ns which voted on prohibition last week A notable ex rejected the projxjsitioii ception was Chelsea which last year gave iHi majority against prohibition This year the vote was against license The car works all over the country have advanced the price of aanaaaajar coaches A coach which was built a year ago for iJiti the works will not build for less than 5500 and the car works are stead- Â¬ ily advancing the price of lox and coal cars It is not often that colored folks avenge the sawder of a white man on one of their own race hut they did at Green Â¬ wood Miss IVnnis Martin killed a white merchant in cold Mood ami was promptly lynched by mob of his own people OBI last Friday night the grocery of Hugh Feel located in Plaqiieniine was Moored to smithereens by au explosion of dynamite anil in a few minutes was destroyed by fate The hiss was atout HMO aval insured for 1200 Xkhtmm- Â¬ lilli IhtiKKTllt But the ladys Vords wuz moighty corufortin and made me feel bold as a lion for shure I knowed that burglars dont lock themselves in kitchens if I at been long on the force Well they showed me the way lived in the third flat an Its moighty careful they was too that I wint fust An whin we got to the land in they showed mo the kitehin I tried the door an found it locked What shall I do says I Tell him to come out says she jme out yer blackguard savs I Tell him youll shoot if he dont Bays she Ill shoot if you dont says I Divil a wurd did the burglar say us av course there wasnt no burglar there an it was all I could do to kape me face straight Break open the door say she All right says I Wall I put me shoulder agin it an she an the jintlemen kept movin back- Â¬ ward until they couldnt git any further v ut makin a hole in the wall an crawlin through it I boosted meself agin the door two or three times an thin the door wint wid a nip an a crash an the lady gave am an by the piper that played afort at do you think 1 told him that I didnt know what to up--they cat i The citv of Richmond has given the Confederate Memorial Literary Society the uw of the Jeff Davis mansion for a museum of war relics This anal the Ex- Â¬ ecutive Man ioii of the Confederacy and copied by President Davis during his residence in itichmond The greatest electric railroad which has bean planned is the one proxsed in Rus- Â¬ sia ketweea St Petersburg and Archangel a distance of 500 miles The plan is to trect stations along the route for the generation of electricity The estimated cost is only about 1000 a mile The Scientific American says that uiaking allowances for the incr population in less than KM years American cemeteries will contain a larger amount of gold than now exists in France The decayiui American teeth alssorb the precious metal to the value of 1450000 Â¬ Â¬ annually It is said that Mr Maxim the inventor of the Maxim guns claims to have constructed an engine of 500 horse power weighing only 1100 jounds or22Kunds jkt horse iwjwer Some of the larger and Mat efficient engines have about 112 pounds dead weight er horse jniwer in- Â¬ cluding water Del William C Oates repre tive of the Thirl Congressional District of Alabama is preparing a bill which he will shortly present to Cuugjus providing for a tax on all incomes exceeding 10000 per annum The Colonel believes this plan would lighten the burden of taxa ation upon the farming class and jnxir people BaUtinort Jiiuritnl a Caaan A little Son of Ah Hall of Halls Store Powell county had its arm bitten off by a sow last Tuesday and would have In eu torn to pieces had not a negro boy who beard its screams res- Â¬ The sow and pigs were passing cued it through a fence when one of the pigs got caught the little fellow ran to pull it out and its squealing enraged the sow Mt Sbrioaf Qaaaflv After a long wrangle the Constitutional Convention decided to adjourn from to January Otli Mr Bruce the Haldeman the Courier Journals excellent rejMirter of the proceedings figures that the IkxIv will be in session at least till April but it is dollars to cents that June will find it at Frankfort with the members still hanging on to their jer Slanford Journal diem Bev Miller Jim Walker and Archie Gash who scattered cayenne pepper on the floor at a colored dance and festibal t unlay night thereby causing the ladies and gentlemen present to sneeze and snort and to feel otherwise very un- Â¬ comfortable were fined each 5 and costs in the City Court on Wednesday A friend replevied Walkers fine the other two went to the workhouse Lan- Â¬ three-year-old Â¬ Out jumped a big black cat At course shed locked the door afore she wint out an locked the baste in But I never cracked a scbmiin an looked solemn as an owl an said it moight a been a burglar an burglars was moighty dangerous an paple ought to giv the placeman a chance to get fust whack at em always Well the jintleman wint down stairs wid me lookin moighty sheepish an whin wo got to the bottom Pat says he Vis sir think ful says I daccnt an respeo Do you know how to howld yer he ton I does that says I an Bhure I niver says won word about burfji any livin sow says I may me tongue niver shpke won word agin An thats how 1 got tin dollars for doin an sayin nothin X Herald about it they turn out to be cats Heres tin dollars says he an moind ye kape quiet about it If I fcbpaie won word about it to lth -- Â¬ as gentle as a lamb The bullets all entered a space of five inches in diameter and flattened against the skull Iter Three more shots were fired into him Wednesday and he was killed According to the American Banker the public wealth is made up of ten items every one of which can lie calcu- Â¬ lated to a nicety except the value of pub lic works Thus lands is worth 10 times the assessed annual rental valuation Houses are worth 18 times the rental Furniture according to insurance agent- is worth on an average half the value of the house In the oompariaon of aggregate values arrived at by this computation our own country comes out ahead The wealth of France is S4500X0000 that of the United Kirigdon 000 and that of the States f68O00O00o00 The counterfeit two dollar bills which were circulated so freely in Louisville some time since are working their way to the interior of the State The Lexington Considerable counterTranscript says feit money is in circulation in Lexington A nuin in the shape of two dollar bills Ikt of merchants were cangbt and learned the bills were spurious upon present ing them at the banks The bad bills are easily detected by noticing the red stamp which is placed in the lower right hand corner instead of in the center Wednesday night there arrived at the Portman House by the K C boa a close-Â¬ ly vieled lady who said she wanted to go to her room and have her meals sent to her squire Portman asked her to go to his wifes room till a tire eonld 1h made for her but she said she preferred to go to the dining room She was shown thither and there she burst into tears When her room was ready she went to it and asking for her bill paid it and said she wished to be called for the 327 a M train She gave her name M Mrs HerA ring but did not state her residence few hours afterwards a party of ladies and gentlemen came over from Lancaster and alter a great deal of weeping and wailing they bok the lady with them home The w hole thing is shrouded in mystery as no word dropped from any of the party to execnae the singular pn Sr ufiml Journal ceeding Aimer L Dan of Burlington Iowa is Be vara yean ago he dead and buried was declared dead by the doctors his lody placed in a coffin and the funeral rites in progress when the corpse re ived and frightened the mourners by recovery The story of his experience is a horrible one He was vividly conscious of all that went on about him while he lay ap parently dead He heard the conversation of his friends and could even see them through his half dosed eyes but be coald not apeak or move His condition of mind was terrible Every faculty was strained to make some sign but his body wa- - like atone Suddenly he felt a reaking as of bonds when he found he could move his limbs Then he male the warning noise that attracted the at- Â¬ He has had tention of the mourners mortal dread of death since and begged that his body be held till death was ab- Â¬ solutely proven The Jessamine Hunting Club of Nich olasville has returned from their hunt They had been on their annual hunt and were camped near the foot of Clingmana Dome in the center of the great Smoky They had been out only ten Mountains days and broke camp on account of the continued dry weather and the vast mountain fires They report the under brush on lire all tUrough the Smoky range Seven bear were seen two of which were very large ones Lew deer fell to the shots of the hunters and in numerable turkeys pheasants and other smaller birds A large number of trout were caught The clubs attorney stop ped over at Bryson City N C last week to see alxjtit leasing some twenty thous and acres of land at the head waters of An Forneys creek near Meadow Ball option was secured If the land is leased a club house will be erected and the land Dtauserof will be protected Geo Carl has just returned from Law reliceburg where he assisted his father Mr II S Carl who is also an undertaker in burying a young lady who had died of The fact led the first consumption named gentleman to an investigation in nnection which furnishes a singuMr Carl was in the under lar result taking business in Georgetown for four During years having recently retired that time the tirni with which he was connected buried 875 persons Of this number he was able to call to mind only two persons including white and black who had died with consumption He thinks a safe estimate would put the amber of ersons who die every year in Anderson county of consumption at twenty What is the cause of this surprising showing in favor of Georgetown Is it due to the healthful and vicinity locality or to some other reason The re- Â¬ cord is certainly remarkable in view- of the large number of people who die every vear of this dread disease Dr Koch who claims to have discovered a cure for the disease says that nearly one seventh of the human race till victims every year to consumption or tuberculo- Â¬ sis in some of its numerous forms Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - SEE OUR LINE OF LOOK AT OUR THE LITTLE HOUSE Once a Uttle bouse I knew In whose anny corners grew FALL WINTER BEONYOUKPs dQ OVERCOATS Pansies dim aal phlox and rue And the birds beneath Its eaves When the spring wind sobs and crierea Built their nests of straw and leaves While tall lilacs bending down Laden with a starry crown Kissed its low root bent and brown Yet more sweet than flowers fair Birds that sang with Were the children diel ing there Such a happy Who with laughter and e Warked and played the whole day long Now mcthinks the house is still 8ar for cricket- pininj shrill Or perhaps a stray I u nuur ot oattie aad steadily in the eye I know foa ot guessing l navo battle field mi- BBSS tit ill -- 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 tor you to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON ft MITCHELL tiie largft Ktail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot ak for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing apThe fall has been a little back parel but what they have it in tock ward it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April showers and we advise one ami 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 You want tise to sell them as low as anyone quality con idered first class well made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a call inspect our magnificent stork 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 Dont forget that we have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ victory I hav score of men with your I have seen you battalion I know knows you your n- mouth I remembered wh g iM said leading L harangue to d I paused to mark Yes be exclairr Great h have given for A f And the children small of yore Wandering now the wide In lone moments long uuce more i higher t j For th little hi ms In whose sunn Pansies dim a Jcsete Gertrua h knew on Budget HIS LUCKY GUESa Doctors Strange Advarturo with a Maniac VOLUME could be filled with i i the stru-ns-- de- - I by a mad- re- per- - ning - CLOTHING GOViNGTO before TTou Kuy FHMfl I trill iTOKELL Clothiers and Furnishers near Hotel Glyndon their Sefcr You Buy nntTTwwntlmfitjPTT wVaflaaaE their tz m by thi I ly f r ent Southside Main Street p1 an n i FIN CLOTHING Winter and nothing is more sarv than a good pair of Boots or Shoes I have neces--LJUUU- O 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 stvles and best goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LO PRICES Rnnfc aTlrfl QiVlOrOC CU1U rOllUUD is coming all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of -- chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders TJqjq T7llmToTivr C UI llilllllg d rrrc VaXUUU Light NlllV I Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and Cuffs abundance Neckwear Handker heavy plain fancy cotton woolen bade adieu to my old comrades and to the army and commenced busir tho nourishing town of L As I was starting for the supper on the evening of tho third day after my arrival tho door bell rang violently and soon the boy came in an a man wanted to see the doctor The visitor was standing by hen I entered He was a tall powerful man a perfect giant compared to my feet six and his great busby black hair aa i whiskers were well fit tho monstrous form If you at liberty doctor said he please come with me It is but a few steps and you will not need a carriage I put on my coat and hat and followed him It was my first call in L and I fondly hoped it was tho forerunner of many others The man strode ahead of me all the time notwithstanding my enioavors to keep at tn side and spoke not a word not even answering m quest Stopping before a substantial looking residence in one of the t he applied the latcfe key nd led me into a pleasant little ro cond floor a study I about with good paintings uni ojegante -- nd lined with books Take a seat doct the man I will step out a n Take this chair by tho lire its a bitterly cold adroitness and coolness that credit to the shrewdest sane pi This incident occurred actually lated one of the parties to it having been a prominent surgeon in the States army When my regiment was disbar I ha 1 name genera and water Two secor tic Without - Napoleo aside I You at doctor your every ever Fal that h art t fame As I aroS tremb the maniac 1 other N Y Clover is an night Â¬ The chair was a great unwieldy thing but exceedingly comfortable I threw my feet upon fender and leaned n well warm myself a little before seeing tho pati I heard tho man approach the door which was directly back of where and heard the door open and cl I supposed he had gone out but did not look around to see Indeed I had no 1 was time for a thrown over my wrists aid across my breast an 1 a handkerchief bound over my mouth so quickly that I could not t revent When I was perfectly secure my con- Â¬ ductor stepped in front of me and looked with much interest at my vatn attempts to free myself Good stout cord isnt UT he asked It has never been broken and many a not to b takes the green therr farm in a pi fo le it a incr YffVXTftY medium ill JJI V W 3n- - A- - IP OWZELIIL MoX3Lees clover in of Ooi ner a h wan I A GRAND FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change our business January 1st 3 - your hens ou 8 FOOR BCT FEIH IX Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost EVERY ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN mtZ VYZ5 HE WAS STAN DISQ BY TOE FIRE Hie Stock Consists of a EULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole ifurgitoicn at IIATUlK IONTLICTING la caster Record The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed ers Association made a wise move when it secured the senisof Ed Tipton for three years instead of one as formerly says the American Siiortsnian as we know of one club that stood ready to en Â¬ gage him at his own price if he had ever shown a disposition to change his resi- Â¬ And aroall people lience A good man is always cheaii at Inouisitive any price and the great trouble is that descendants from Adam ma ninety nine men out of a hundred do not as dear e Inquisitive But pap Isnt is appreciate the fact until they lose him he iarii Kntiuctiam Mother Why do you think that The clerk of the House publishes a list b Because people of the members elect of the S9d congress aay papas a self made man Puck which shows that 194 Democrats Explanation Agnes Oh dear Why do we hare bo publicans and 8 Farmers Alliance men This leaves a vacancy in were elected many clog days Laura Well every dog has bis day Rhode Island and one in New York The you know and there are a great many Alliance men are Democrats so the Dem- Â¬ do- ocratic majority is lf6 and will likely be The returns of the various States So Might Bettor Chang Itaeoi Mrs Tangle The cook is so indeÂ¬ show that more votes were cast in this pendent that its often hard to say so called off year than ever before except whether she is boss or I Indeed its in presidential years the average being nce a morth that I feci sure 93 per cent of that cast in 1888 Journal aboi Chief the vicious old elephant Mr Tangle And when is that Mrs Tangle Oh when 1 pay her he which John Robinson presented to the vagMi Light Cincinnati Zoological Gardens got so un- Â¬ ruly Tneaday that the officiate Vtort Kind of Work eary Wiggins If 1 wus obliged tor to shoot him and an expert marksman pari Id bate ter be a machinist fired 25 ballets from a Springfield army Sagged EBobtns Whj bo old man rifle in Chiefs bead but none penetrated Weary Wigging ifter wash bis skull and lie still lives a wiser and ve j lay Boato i Herald betterelephant completely subdued and s s s In am Tin Crooke Bennett August 27th 1S90 Urmston yJaVIl WIFTS SPECIFIC JpOJi renovating the entire system eliminating all Poisons from the Blood whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this Preparation has no equal trmC Â¬ For eighteen months J had an eating sore on my tongue was treated by best local physicians but ctained no relief the sort gradually grew worse finally took S S S- - and was entirely cured after using a few bottles C B McLemOkK I FREEMAN -- il Jul ANTER sH fk i p1 H CHICKEN I saH SaJ Cholera Cure m 3Va LI 5 - mmmmv I Henderson Tex TREATISE The Swikt Specific Co on Blood and Skin free Atlanta Ga UIIMPUPrVQ VETERINARY SPECIFICS Dogs Hogs AND POULTRY 000 Pace Bonk an Treatment of Animate and Start tecnt Free rrscBj Fevers ComjcKtimn Inflammation AA Spinal Meningitis Milk Fever MB St rain Ianieurn 1 henmatism nsal Discharge JC Dint tinner ruts Worms DD ilols r YK Coughs Heaves Pneumonia Fcr Horses Cattle Sheep more han hall a century lie name of Freeman has FOR 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 his Now Freeman continues pocktboLk and his ideas of value to make boots and hoes lie Jf0 has a first ciass line of CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can tit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GR00FR1FS including Van Iloutous famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where W 3 19 asTCal at No 2 First Street n j IriuBry and Kidney Diseases Diseases Mange Diseases af Digestion Paralysis Btngte Bottle over 50 doees fiQ Stable Case with Specifics Manual Veterinary Cure Oil and Mediator 8700 Jar Veterinary Care Oil 100 FFColic or Gripes Bellyncki Miscarriage Hemorrhages 1111 -- raptive Vv J K PENMANSHIP IN BOOK KEEPING SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING THOROUGH INSTRUCTION TELEGRAPHY ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRUTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST ETC LORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE CATALOGUE FPSE KY wadmMD0 umum Ilium at A r Jd Bold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid any hero and in any quantity on Receipt ofPrlce HUMPHREYS MEDICIWE CO Corner WlUiam and John sw York ft Winter M Important Debis due McKek Hi- Notice Thayvok for UB Uspecific are 11 HolcroFATHIC sad Prostration ferrous Debility Vital Weakness from oier work or other Oor William and J can Ths only anuuoaifid remedy for NdQ Stt ft ft ruiaa I offer for sale my entire stock of indeed I must test you he said I must see whether you are naturally gifted or not before I waste much time with you If I remove the handkerchief will you answer my question 1 nodded an affirmative and he reÂ¬ 4- ml moved it sammEsBassnmBniBBBBssflmme FOR Now my GENTLEMEN tire strangerdear doctor you are as en- Â¬ to am Without doubt JOM sfeC3 Fine Cair and Lared Waterproaf Grain you havo a ijUt of cctleare and wearing of dollars worth of eaanot be better shown than byqualitiesonc thl shoe bo a hard task to distinguish my t wjjj Thousands the sti endow name nsar1s of c istant wesxen chickens die every year from Cholgrid from all other an time tirnoinr Hand era It is more fatal to chickens than SsOO stTUati dress Sh VI wrdA elecrnt You may guoss it doctor O hat is if One ealf Shoe SOO llandtewed elt all other diseases combined But the lie had brought ar to u discovery of a remedy that posititttj 5050 Shoe at a popular price the standard dress mine that I o his SO SO PolicemaaV Mioe Is expeclally adapted and I fancied I cures it has been made and to be conthe hi w railroad men farmers etc Allfr those terrible eyes The long keen male In Congress Button and Lace vinced of its efficacy only requires a DUde me trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for lafdes what he was holding over faHed for To tkJce my life of hare been most favorably received since Introduced one hundred chickans It is guar aad the recent Improvements make them TVlmtir this there was no doubt if I any shoes sold these anteed If after using two thirds of toAsk your Sealeratand sf prices Guess guess he screamed he ca inot sin ply yoa gsad If you a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly direct to factory enclosing advertised Dries or s fail it will be jour last guess in thia postal for or satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken world L UOLtiLAS Hrocktoa Cholera return it to the undersigned I dared not cry out the knife waa too near I could not asJtopty for the and your raonev will be refunded tiimii mmi w jam zffistmW 3 SHOE stouter man than you has tried It There now bo quiet awhile and 1 will tell you what I want He went to a cabinet that stood in a corner of tuo room and taking a long knifo from one of the drawers ran his thumb over tbede and felt the point calmly aaa delibrtely all the whilo Un- Â¬ talking in the mostcommonpiace manner imaginable I have for years studied the art of I can guss any guessing said he thing that is my guossirg chair that you are sitting in now And I take groat pleasure in imparling my knowl edge to others what 1 want of you to night I did intend to make you guess that hut I thought of something better He had become satisfied with the edge and point of hH knife and was pacing up and down t be room giving ne a brief history of the world inter apersed with facts relative to the art of warranted and an a his name and price stamped ererr pair guessing at which timea he always attorn stopped in front of me Did you ever study it doctor h asked I know you havent I am the only one who ever reduced it to a I science Since I left my noble veterans I have devoted my whole time to is aw it and now I am about to initiate you into its mysteries if you are worthy He mo so very H7S calm was standing before he intended that I did not think to harm me bnit when I looked into his eyes burning with tho fire of insanity o I felt that my situation was desperate Â¬ KM JB Trampj VI man who has seen be Lady W Tramp No miss the mem ter days prevents me manual labor Mu ABOIT CORN JllCE IRjiL 00t Â¬ W mmm L DOUGLAS 2 SHOES fe The alstar sister of Tom Jones as dent calls at room and being sigh- - Tor Â¬ Â¬ 3 a mu S Y All mares paid t Own KcKee 18S9 by McKee Triiynor farmed at retail or as a whole at cost Also have having in colts living at weaning time a spended Crown Jewell Anthracite stove will Iks lil for by Owen McKw MRS S Q BOURNE owner of be colts April 14 18 for sale 44- OWEN McKEE ao a WINTER MILLINERY in f BiaJHona MrvieH rviiiK m irea 1S7 1S8S lSSO ami 1MW mint he STOCKTON BROOKS Sold by Jock Freerqon SALE strong South Downslor SaletiMLE I have a lot of No Bucki for sale 61 Southdown - JOHN r able prices I have too mule coits for gale at reason which I could not lift xad I col lie there and lose my life What could I do It Is hard guess he said and I wil1 Kthreo minutes to answer Â¬ A Bnto-i-- f Hotel een married it bride is troui Boston aad the groom Sort of pork J WAGERS 7- - H H COLYER had never vet I summoned all mv j fa c vv iljii the j beans aa It w r eh