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WBHUBBBBB fcri ajfe I ji a -- 4k g 6r rr O Ta-T i5iv f I 3-- ijfs T- zp-- 1 --i lil S iSf w VOLUME IV LYMPH INJECTIONS II by RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24 1890 FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Â¬ ii clined Means Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IH THE COMMONWEALTH Mn Ii tk -- -Cl J jffl istfffo jffira -- t - - - NUMBER - 28 - OFF A BRIDGE Headlong Plunge of a Railway Coach Nar Massillon O Bat Two Tenons Out of roirUwo Encp Serloat Injury Four Brine Killed A WILL THEY EMIGRATE road Thursday afternoon only two of urteen occupants of the rear car of mail train No 5 south bound escap- rious injury The train composed - due at of coaches and baggage car sr at 151 About a mile and a half the head truck of the t the track ust as the engino across a long trestle bridge feet high Almost before thn at any thing was wrong could be tie locomotive was dashing ridpc the rear car bounding Lb ties When fairly on the it swung over the aide down to ound turning bottom side upward descent The coupling connect IMa car with the forward partof d like a thread and the us suddenly put on sent n the first car flying the seats The car is a reck its trucks in the air and the fames commenced bursting1 - s Robert Cook a brake in an and one of the two men who ea- A best realize the situa After crawling from bis danger n he at once gathered up n md began to pile it about e In this he was soon assisted 1 of Zanesville a traTel- an who rode in the smoker and n them they smothered the One of the first to get over roken bridge and down into alley of death was Dr Wil- Â¬ liam Garrett of Massillon who larpemd to be on the train and also I Lutz Both men worked man Â¬ fully In relieving the distress of the d The brakeman Robert Cook helped to extinguish the fire ned on to Bolivar summoned carriages and sent word to Massillon for physicians With the exception of Ira Ccwan a W and L E engineer at the time off duty who could not be carried so great a distance all of the wounded were taken to the village hotel News was late in reaching Mas billon and three physicians Drs Ridenour Reed and Miller were sent off on a special train The dead are Ada Hall of Sherrodsville O TOO WELL ARMED died in the hotel shortly after being moved from the wreck Ilonry Hill of Senator Manderson Wants an Investiga Â¬ tion of the Condition of the Indians la Tower Hill Shelby County I1L died at the Dakotas the hotel Miss Carrie Hill of Tower A timely resolution has been intro Â¬ Bill Shelby County I1L found dead in the wreck A woman thought to be a duced by Senator Manderson in tho Mrs Hall of Zanesville taken from the Senate providing for an investigation wreck dead No papers about her per Â¬ of the condition of tho Indians in the Dakotas the causes leading to the oc- Â¬ son to indicate herjdentity cupation of tho reservations by troops ENTOMBED ALIVE and a general inquiry into the posses- Â¬ of the Supposed Corpwe Split the sion of arms by the Indians their tribal Birorxle Coffin Singular Actions of Horses and a relations and care by the Government Such an investigation Iiovt at the Funeral Senator Man- Â¬ A man named Lowe was buried Mon Â¬ derson says is absolutely necessary Even in the Senate opinion is sharply day in Riverside Cemetery Denver CoL For si me unexplained reason ths divided as to the causes which brought attached to the hearse proved about the present disturbances in South Especially does it seem to be rn and the driver could not even Dakota coax them into a funeral march About necessary that something be done to ne Henry Stock who drove prevent the sale of arms and ammuni- Â¬ a livery horse had trouble and both tion to Indians Those bucks have the teams had to be changed Arriving at best quality of Winchester rifles and an the cemetery the tody was lowered in- - apparently limitless supply of ammuni- Â¬ th ceremonies prescribed tion The only uses they can put these by the Rel Mens Order A bird is things to is the killing of white men or m the first earth rattles on the white mens cattle There is no game a symbol of the flight of the soul to shoot that calls for long range rifles to the realms of the hereafter but tho and the Government should immediately tiered from its cage and alighted take steps for a general disarmament of at the edge of the grave It would not the Indians take wing until frightened away by the SNOWED IN lisrrs ross ips talked and it was decided to exhume the body Tho Miners Families In a Danjeroos Situa lone and it was discovered tionSchool Children Caught In the a the lid of the coffin box was Storm and Frozen to Death t the casket itself was split A small tow boat has got through to and t the cover broken as if Pleasant W Va from Coal City had come to lifa The coffin Point miles up the Big Kanawharivertlts lid was raised and tho full horror burst sixty great upon the spectators His body lay in a officers tell thrilling tales of the snow fall all along the upper river and n unlike a peaceful one The Coal river valleys The arms were bent and the hands so tight- Â¬ into Elk and of the Ohio ly clinched that the finger nails had West Virginia branch railroad has abandoned all ink into the flesh The face of Central and and the Chesapeake trains the dead was distorted from the awful Ohio is nearly as had Every stru which through the telephone wire in the entire valley is nan had passed and the cheeks showed a telegraph wire is work- Â¬ that in his frenzy the man entombed down AtNot Albans the roofs of threo St ing had used his nails with terrible houses were crushed in and four people badly hurt At Buffalo a child perished in the snow on the way from school FALLEN ELECTRIC WIRES Five children are reported lost and un- Â¬ Io Deadly Work and Electric Street Travel doubtedly dead by this time on ThirteeStopped by Snow In Pittsburgh Creek More than 100 fami Â¬ The heaviest snowfall in five years n-Mile lies mostly miners are snowed in near occurred at Pittsburgh Pa Wednesday dan- Â¬ The wires are down all over the two Boncevert and their situation is gerous cities Three horses were killed and m several men badly injured Wednesday Rvallnr Koch rrorninp by coming in contact with elec- Â¬ Dr Petit has produced before the So Â¬ tric light wires The situation was so ciety of Practical Medicine Paris spec Â¬ desperate that the department of publio imens of a lymph invented by himself safety ordered all electric street car which he states will produce results in lines to stop running for the present tubercular diseases identical with those Trains from the west were on time but produced by Prof Kochs lymph The those from the east were delayed three lymph is composed by synthesis Its and a half hours and the time sppearance is exactly similar to the of their arrival was indefinite lymph prepared by the Koch formula There has been a tremendous snow Â¬ fall in the Allegheny mountains At Grandmother and Chld Burnsd Bedford it is one and a half feet on a A small cottage in Newark N J was level Railroad wires are down and destroyed by fire and a Mrs McGuire there is much anxiety for fear of acci Â¬ and her granddaughter were burned to Western is death dents The Pittsburgh snowed up completely The Western Fnion Telegraph Company reports not a Lynchers LookTg far Him single wire out of Pittsburgh The kill Â¬ Kobe Randall of Atwood 111 knock- Â¬ ing of a horse on Third avenue Wednes Â¬ ed down and tramped to death a neigh- Â¬ day morning was an awfnl sight fifteen bor named Gibber in the lattsrs house minutes after being struck its head and in the presence of his family fizzed and was surrounded by a white Lynchers are looking for him i- Tar twelve miles south of Massillon O np and Lake Erie rail on ti horrible disaster occurred at Boll lnn -- - Results of the Application of Pror Kochs Method in Baltimore The eleven patients at Johns Hopkirs hospital Baltimore who were injected with solutions of Kochs lymph are all doing well and have had no unpleasat symptoms The reaction in each case was marked Women have uniformly shown reaction more promptly than men patients and this has been the ob- Â¬ servation in the Johns Hopkins hospital cases The is rule to in ject with constantly increasing doses until reaction ceases If no reaction whatever follows the injections it is accepted as proof that the patient is not consumptive Dr William Osier who has conducted tho experiments at the hospital gives the following report of the results In selecting cases of pul- Â¬ monary tuberculosis for treatment we have begun with patients not far ad- Â¬ vanced in the disease and with little or no fever cases too which we have had under observation for some time and in whose sputa tubercle bacilli and elas- Â¬ tic tissue have been repeatedly found We began on Friday tho 12th when by the kindness of Dr Billings we reÂ¬ ceived tho fluid At first injections of the 1 lOcc of the 1 per cent solution were made On the following days 2 lOcc and then 3 10ce With the latter tho reaction has in each case been fairly characteristic Hourly observations have been made and as tho charts show there has been a rise in temperature within six or eight hours usually of ibroo or four degrees In one case thero was a slight chill The constitutional disturbance has not boon great and the patients have complained chiefly of restlessness sleeplessness and slight pains in the back and limbs In several instances the cough has been aggravated and tho expectoration increased In two cases of pleurisy one chronic and one acute the injections have been given for the purpose of diag- Â¬ nosis The chronic case has flattening of the left side without any evidence of the disease of the lung itself Very definite reaction followed soon after the use of tho S lOcc injec- Â¬ tion In the acute case no reaction fol- Â¬ lowed the first two injections So far we have not used it in advanced cases nor can much be expected after large cavities have formed and when exten Â¬ sive softening is in progress No se Â¬ rious or unpleasant effects have fol- Â¬ lowed in the eleven cases under treat-Â¬ ment THE INSTALLMENT PLAN An Aid to tho Matrimonially In Â¬ Bow the Modern Credit System Fa cilitates the Establishment or a Household on Small T r T- - fe r s - dTrnhmS Possibility That tho Mormons Win WaSHraoTosSecond Session Dec 11 Sesats The flrtt bill considered on the calendar was one enlargLeave Utah ing tht rights of homesteaders on the publio lands It provides parties settled Brlphum Youngs Son Buys Three Million opposite unsurreyed that when therefore were lands snd Acre of Land in Northern Mexico obliged to take up less than 160 acres they may extend their holdings net to exceed 180 seres It Is Believed With tho In- Â¬ The credentials of the re election of Mr Morrill tention of Forming a B nstors were presented Mormon Colony Colquitt Wilson and Vance spoke In opposition to the elections Mr B C Faurot the well known bill A general debate was had on the amendclause banker of Lima O and who is also ment to strike out the house to houseresolution House Mr president of the Columbus Lima and calling on the McKlnley reported a Secretary of the Treasury for a Northwestern railroad and largely in- Â¬ list of the National Bank Depositories lie terested in a railway enterprise in Mex- Â¬ also asked unanimous assent for the Immediate ico returned from New York Sunday passage of a resolution extending from February 1 to July 1 the bonded Imports afternoon and announced the consum- Â¬ withdrew the resolution upon the period but Democrats mation of a deal with John W Young manifesting a disposition to renew the tariff the eldest son of the late Brigham Young debate on s pain proposition for the relief of the business world In whereby the latter comes in pos- Â¬ troduced a bill for Representative Evans solof a branch the session of three million acres of diers borne within the location of the Chatta limit land which was granted Mr Faurot nooga and Chickamauga Military Park the Mexican Government three years ago Negotiations have been in Washington Dec 16 Li xirTO enterprising business men rill orect a new chamber of commerce Pincikke BlAaSn wa3 thrown from his buggy by a runaway horse and prob- Â¬ ably fatally injured at Uopkinsville found dead upon his knees at the side of his bod Fahmers Alliance will open a gener Â¬ al store at Shelbyville during the fore- Â¬ f I Hexhv Taiijott of Paris was PERRiNS GLOVES MILLER HAT progress for some time and were finally closed in New York Saturday The land is located in the northern part of Mexico About three years ago Mr Faurot obtained a valuable grant from the Mexican Government which inclnd ded these lands the stipulation being the construction of a railroad extend Â¬ ing from Deming N M to the Cash ilabompa Bay on the Pacific Coast The Mexican Government in con- Â¬ nection with this grant offers 200 to every family and S50 to every single man who locates permanently on this land Mr Young hai ten thousand people who will colonize on these lands and it is understood that they are all Mormons who now reside in Utah Since the Gentiles have obtained such a strong hold in Salt Lake City the Mormons have been looking around for a new suitable location Mr Young is an extensive railroad contracto- - and re- Â¬ cently completed a large job in Utah As the Mormons already have a small colony adjoining lands of Faurot this be- Â¬ came to be the desirable property and it would indicate that they propse utiliz- Â¬ ing their newly acquired lands in their colonization scheme The Mormons hope by this move to get away from the restrictions placed on them by the United States and where they can teach and practice polygamy without fear of being molested Mr Faurot does not wish to state the consideration but the amount involved is large He will now devote his attention to the completion of the Columbus Lima and North westt rn railroad which is largely gradÂ¬ ed and in the finest condition Â¬ Mr Mor Â¬ gan presented the credentials of his eolleafrue Mr Pugh and they were laid upon the tible The pen ting business was stated to be the con- Â¬ sideration of the Dolph resolution p ovlding for an Investigation as to whether the right to vote was denied or abridged In any State vlth the Vest amendment extending the investiga- Â¬ tion to an Inquiry as to whether by State legis- Â¬ lation any man had been denied the right to work on public works by reason of his color Senate SLEEP WALKERS STEPS Frequently Snaui the Kanawha River Oaring Her Slambers At 2 oclock Sunday morning Officer David Smith of the South Side Pitts- Â¬ burgh Ia saw a young girl dressed in her night clothes and bare feet in the freezing air standing at the corner of Fifteenth and Carson streets South Side She turned out to be Louisa Liebendorfer aged 19 who was sleep- Â¬ walking Just as the officer spoke to her two men Max Reisenstein and A friend came rushing down the Knox ville incline plane steps and caught tho girl just as she fell to the street Reis-Â¬ enstein and his friend had seen the girl get on the Knoxville Incline and walk down the icy ties to Carson street a sheer 1000 feet of almost perpendicular height They had followed by the roundabout steps but she beat them down by five minutes She acknowl- Â¬ edged that she was in love with a young man and was going to him Her mother declares she swam the Kanawha river in Virginia three times one winter night while asleep Miss Louisa is in bed suffering from exposure but was not injured by her aerial flight K lied Like Down a Thousand Font Icy Inclined Plane a Chicken Â¬ Â¬ m grew introduced a bill to prohibit the sale of fire arms and ammunition to Indians on reserDeath Prom Dynamite vations Referred Mr Sawyer asked unani A terrible accident occurred on the mous consent for the fixing of an early day in Norfolk and Western railroad in Wayne January for the consideration of the postal tel Mr Walcott objected Mr A gang of men had egraph bill County W Va own Ingalls at his was been at work on the line blasting and granted two weeks leave of request absence Mr several sticks of dynamite had been Piatt introduced a Joint resolution appropri placed around the fire to thaw out In ating 100000 to enable the President to take some manner they were exploded tear- Â¬ action to obtain from the German Government Koch ing every thing to pieces in the imme a supply of the remedy discovered by Dr of the formula for the manufacture the diate vicinity Two men were killed and same Laid over The morning hour having an Italian and a negro names unknown expired the presiding officer laid before the and ten others were injured several of Senate the election bill and Senator Spooner discussed the Democratic objections to the bUL them very seriously House In the morning hour the House pass ed the bill to authorize the construction of a Slgnor Bueeis Fast tunnel under the waters of the bay of New Signor Succi completed his fast of forty-- York between tle towns of Middletown and five days at New York at 820 Sat New Utrecht The House then went into committee the whole Mr Burrows In chair urday night His total loss of flesh was on theof urgent deficiency bill withtheSenate 42 X pounds a long debate the commit amendment After tee rose the bill was returned to the Senate for One Hundred Psopls Drowsed Its action and the House adjourned A canal break in the Argentine ReNews Items public destroyed hundreds of houses Tnrc President has sent to the Senate One hundred lives are reported lost Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ James Hannon while showing a fun eral party how to kill a chicken at Peoria 111 Sunday broke the neck of Patrick Lyons an old man sixty years of age The entire party were sitting in a saloon after the funeral and Hannon fasti the old mans neck a slight twist The fact that the old man was dead did not develop until several hours later when the party arose to go home The practical illustration had broken the old mans neck The matter was discussed until the morning hour expired Mr Kenna spoke against the elections bill An effort to put the bill aside and take up some labor bills was defeated Hocsc Mr Mills Tex as a privileged ques tu n offered a concurrent resolution providing for a holiday recess from December 1890 to January 5 1891 Referred to the Waye and Means Committee Mr Dunnell Minn then called up as a privileged question the apportionment bill and briefly explained its provisions The bill was debated at length and an agreement reached to take a vote to morrow Washihgton Dec 17 Senate Mr Hoar asked unanimous consent that on Friday next at S p m the debate on the elections bill should be considered as closed This was met with a chorus of objections from the Democrats After the morning hour had expired the Senate resumed the consideration of the election bill Mr Dolph continuing his speech of Tuesday upon the subject After arguments against the hill Messrs Kenna Reagan and Butler Mr Coke obtained the floor and the Senate ad journed House After a long debate the House passed tho apportionment bill without amendment yeas 1ST nays 81 The House then adjourned Washisotow Dec la Senate Senator Sherman from the Finance Committee reported to the Senate is day the bill agreed to In the Republican caucus last nght and asked that It be recommitted to the committee which was ordered done The first section of the bill directs the Secretary of the 1 reasury to pur chase from time to time during ihe calendar year 1891 silver bullion to the aggregate of twelve million ounces In addition to the amount required to be purchased by the act of July IS 1890 not exceeding three million to be pur chased in any one month and to issue in payment for the bullion Treasury notes Messrs Cullom snd Bate spoke respectively for and against the e ectlons bill Hocsg On motion of Mr Goodnight of Kentucky the Senate Bill was passed authorizing the bridging of the Green and Barren rivers Ky by the Bowling Green and Northern RailA bill was passed for the conroad Company struction of a bridge across the Duck river by County of Humphreys Tenn the The House then went Into Committee of the Whole and the Senate Bin to place the American merchant marine on an equality with that of other nations was taken up and debated Without final action the committee arose and the House ad journed Washingtom Dec 19 Senats Mr Stanford addressed the Senate In explanation and advocacy of the bill Introduced by him on the 5th instant to provide the Government with means sufficient to supply the National want of a sound circulating medium The bill was re ferred to the Committee on Finance Mr In galls Introduced a bill which was referred to the FlnanceCommittee to allow the exchange of the Interest bearing debt for legal tender notes The printing deficiency bill was amended and passed The elections bill was then taken up and Mr Bate resumed and concluded his speech against It Mr Gibson opposed the bill as un- Â¬ reasonable as belonging to anoiber epoch as not in keep ng with the temper of the times Mr Stewart Rep made an argument against the bill on the ground taat the attompt to exe- Â¬ cute it lo the South would be disastrous to both races House Representative Cummlngs of New York offered for reference the following reso-Â¬ lution That the members of the House of Representatives of the United States havo heard with profound sorrow and with feelings akin to horror the report of the persecution of the Jews in Russa reflecting the barbarism of the past ages disgracing humanity and im peding the progress of civilization That our sorrow is intensified by the fact that such occurrences should happon in a country which has been and now is the firm friend of the United States and in a Nation that clothed Itself with glory not long since by the emancipation of Its serfs and by Its defense of helpless Christians from the oppression of the Turks Bills were introduced In both Senate and House to prohibit the opening on Sundays of Expositions assisted by National appropriations l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WASmNGTON Dec JO Senats Mr Pettl Â¬ light - CONDEMNED A Novel BY PRATER Scheme of a Judge to Unify a Stubborn Jury At Wichita Kas the jury in the oase c Nellie Mayer3 charged with robbing Jehn Yoet and then throwing him while in a drunken sturor from the third story of a house of ill repute had been out fifty two hours Tuesday night when Judge Balderson announced his deter Â¬ mination to havo a verdict before morn- Â¬ ing He did not reveal his plan but at 8 am took Rev X E Harmon to the court house The bailiff ushered the rev- Â¬ erend gentleman the jury into room Mr Harmon then commenced religious services the jury joining in the singing He then delivered au hours discourse upon the immortality of the soul and after a closing prayer left the jury to themselves When court opened the bailiff announced the jury had arrived at a verdict It was guil- Â¬ One of the jurors said the verdict ty was reached on the first ballot after the close of tho religious servicea The de Â¬ fense will appeal the case alleging mis- Â¬ conduct on the part of the judge and his bailiff Louis Cyr of Quebec is in New York with a view os finding a foeman worthy of his stool It is his first visit to the polls and he is being lionised in athletic circles The Quebecian has the record of having lifted 3539 pounds of pig iron without artificial means al Â¬ though he has barely passed his twenty seventh birthday He tips the scale at 864 pounds and stands S feet 10 iaches in his stockinged feet 1- The champion strongman of the world A Sarasoa of Modern Days Eyrand has appealed to the Court of phas C Ilateman of Oegon to be Post Cassation against the sentence of death Chaplains in the army Mr Cuiiom introduced in the Senate passed on him Saturday in Paris a bill to provide for the payment of laBobbed by Masked Men borers cooks nurses and all who worked Masked men robbed the conductor of in the Commissary Department of the A freight train on the P D E rail Government during the late war and road near Olney IU also to place them on the pension roll Rkphesentativk Hopkins of Illinois Confederate Him Location Chosen The Confederate Home Association of has introduced for reference in the Missouri held a meeting and selected Houso a bill making it unlawful and Democrats and Alliance Domains the noted Grove Young Farm near Hig punishable by fine and imprisonment The Democrats and Alliance men in ginsville Mo for the site of their Sol- Â¬ for any person to agree to sell and dethe South Dakota Legislature have com- diers Home liver at a future time any gold or silver bined on a Democrat for U S Senator bullion or certificates representing deThe combination controls the Legisla posits of the same with any Trust Com The 8tranglars Coiv cttd ture by eight majority Michael Eyraud and Gahrielle Bom pany or hank when at the time of mak pard the stranglers of Paris were con- ing the agreement the party is not Three Test of Snow In West Virginia victed and sentenced to twenty years the owner of the property It further Charleston W Vs The snow fall at prohibits any Stock Exchange from listIs fully three feet heaviest foi twenty imprisonment ing any gold or silver certificates Railroad and telegraphic comyears Civil War Predicted iatk of funds will probably delay munication with the East on Thursday Throughout the town of Skibbereen the reorganization of tho signal corps was cut off in Cork placards have lcen posted bear Â¬ the plan for which is perfected and is ing the words Civil war is certain now In the hands of Secretary Proctor Car Shops Burned The Illinois Central ear shops at Wa Four In Hans Hanged ter Valley Miss were burned Loss Senator Gormans Rasldenos Destroyed Four Indians who murdered white Wednesday morning fire broke out in 400000 mon were hanged at Missoula Mont Senator Gormans residence at Laurel Another Vessel Burned Friday Md and it was not discovered until the Lake Washington with 500 bales cot- Â¬ whole dwelling was enveloped in flames Hew York Anarchist Sucldsi burned in Ouachita Loss on boat ton The inmates narrowly escaped with Fred Boehm a New York Anarchist and cargo i 85000 No lives lost The bouse and contents committed suicide giving as his reason their lives Five Killed in a Wreck that it was the only roliof from the were nearly totally destroyed His wife An express train on tbo Inter Colonial cruelties and sufferings of the present and daughter escaped in their night road was wrecked near Lewis Ont and social system clothes and did not save any things The Senator was not at home at the five passengers were killed Two Orls Drowned time mm Brothers-n-Lai Fatal Quarrel At Aurora 111 three young women Indianas New Jostles Philip Malomey a farmer living near who were skating on the river Friday Governor Uovey appointed Judge R Antigo Wis was fatally shot by his evening broke through the ice and two W McBride of Elkhart Ind justice of brother-in-laWalter Mosher who has of them were drowned the Supremo Court to fill the vacancy made a confession Korth Dikta a a Jammer Resort caused by Justice Mitchells death Mc- Â¬ The weatl or is so mild in North Da- Bride was the nominee against Mitchell Heavy Bbow In Pennsylvania From eighteen inches lo three feet of kota that children play out doors bare Â¬ In the last campaign m Eyrauds appeal Rev Ed the following nominations ward J Vattman of Ohio and Rev Ce- Â¬ Â¬ The young man who plunges into matrimony in this town to day and la dependent solely on an income dollars or so of two thousand finds it much easier to provide his bride with a comfortable home than did tho youn men who were called uton to do the same thing twenty and thirty years ago In those days says tho New York Sun it was practically impossible for the youn man who hadnt any cap- Â¬ ital to fall back upon to buy and fur Â¬ nish a houso unless he could find a man of wealth to go sponsor for him IIo had to pay cash for every thing he got Now almost every thing or go without can bo bought upon the installment plan The and with practically no security result is that tho young married couple can start housekeeping fully equipped A moderate weekly or monthly pay- Â¬ ment which doesnt make a largo hole in the Benedicts salary is sufficient at the end of a couple of years to make him the absolute owner of his house and its belongings Twenty years ago it was thought almost a disgrace to have a mortgage on ones house but it is quite a common thing now Lots can now be bought on payment of monthly sums as low as five dollars and the young hus- Â¬ band will find many real estate concerns who will build a houso for him in tho neighborhood of New York the pay- Â¬ ments on which wont be any larger than the rent which he would bo obliged to pay for a house or flat in town Then he wont havo any trouble in get Â¬ ting furniture on credit for his house or for his flat if ho has decided to begin housekeeping in an apartment There aro plenty of furniture houses the ma Â¬ jority of whose business is done on tho installment plan and be will find it the easiest matter in the world to get a few hundred dollars worth of furniture if ho will agree to pay up within a year The young man can obtain his tableware and crockery in tho same convenient way for the competition in tho trade has driven houses to hold out these in- Â¬ to their customers ducements The young couples library can bo well stocked too on the installment plan with sets of the beat authors works if they only know where to go Watches and jewelry can be obtained on weekly or monthly payments a practice which has been in vogue for several years In fact there is no end to the articles which can bo bought on the installment plan provided they aro of a durable na- Â¬ ture Thty remain the property of the seller who holds a mortgage until the last payment is made The attempt to apply the installment plan to the sale of clothing hasnt been a brilliant success because wearing ap-Â¬ parel is apt to be worn out beforo the time for the final payment comes Our business now said a large furni- Â¬ ture dealer on Park row the other day is almost entirely on tho installment basis now Twenty years ago evory thing we sold was practically for cash but now tho house which doesnt sell on credit cant stay in the business very long Young married folks aro among our best customers and every day we are helping to start a newly wedded pair It is tho greatest in housekeeping boon to the young man of to day that without any outlay he is able to be master of his own house instead of tak Â¬ ing his chances in a boarding house It would surprise you to see the number of persons in all walks of life who utiliio the installment system Evon men of moderate means prefer to buy very often on credit and use their ready money in their business Of course in this busi- Â¬ ness we havo to bo pretty good judges of human nature but thero are rarely very few whom we refuse Risk necessarily accompanies tho installment system but where the volume of business is largo a house can afford to carry ac- Â¬ counts for a long time Sometimes a person falls behind in his payments but if he has a good excuso to give us as sickness in his family for instance wo always allow him more time In fact thero is practically no limit set As long as a man shows an inclination to pay us we do not press him and some accounts run indefinitely Sometimes we look up a man or a woman who comes in to buy on credit but as a rulo we can rely on the judg Â¬ ment of our salesmen who aro pretty ex- Â¬ pert in sizing up the prospoctivo custom- Â¬ ers Some of our most interesting call- Â¬ ers are the young brides that aro to be who often come bravely in alone to se- Â¬ lect tho furniture for the household They usually get along very well until it comes to giving their names Then they hesitate stammer and blush be- Â¬ cause they dont know whether to givo their maiden name or that of their pros pective husband It usually ends with the young lady confiding to the sales man a complete explanation of tbo im- Â¬ portant event with the time that the wedding is to como off who the bride maids are to be and where the wedding is to take place Â¬ part M of of Newports promi nent and wealthy citizens and business men died a few nights ago after a short illness in his sixty fifth year Mr King was largely interested in tho Â¬ January J Kivo ono LYONS UMBRELLAS whisky business and widely known throughout tho State Maidii liKUUY of Nowport has ap-pointed a new polico force for tho city with Colonel Thomas Cottingham as chief succeeding Captaia Betz The force includes several of tho members who sorved under the previous adminis- Â¬ Mm Jilia RrasTm is in jail at Louis- villo charged with having murdered her four children She poisoned thorn all Covin ton is petitioning tho United States Government to turn over to it the property which it has heretofore held in that city at the mouth of tho Licking river and which it is now about to abandon Tho city wants to use part of it for Grand Army and State Guard quarters and the rest for a park At Stamping Ground Lollie small daughter of Claude Ewing met with a painful accident She was sitting in a chair with a pair of scissors in hor hand when sho fell from the chair to the floor running tho scissors into her eyo and destroying the sight of it Littik Gcol IIahiiin and the baby of Convict Millie Keel havo been taken out of tho Kentucky penitentiary by the State Humane Society The handsome new tobacco exchange of Uopkinsville was opened a few days ago Tutu will be twelve day9 racing at the Lexington spring race meeting which begins April 28 next Elvira and Charity Hilton of Louis- Â¬ ville have been sued in behalf of their orphan nephew Jos L Hilton to re-Â¬ cover S159000 The specification is that thoy fraudulently took from the childs father their brother that amount in bonds just beforo his death James Routt and Clifton Searcy of Lawrencolnirg took rconis at tho Enter- Â¬ prise Hotel Louisville the other night and upon retiring blew out the gas When found Routt was dead and Searcy can not recover W B BRIGHT 7Z I W S HUME tration B BRIGHT 8c CO W SUCCESSORS or BRIGHT M MCAUM IN F1NESHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods 304 WEST MAIIVRICHMOND - - - KE3NTUCKY -- - -- IMltllTKH I MENS UNDERWEAR I yl 1NECKWEARLX -- T FULL DRESS SHIRTS 4 J W Chkstntt fc Co merchants at Trenton havo made an assignment to L EL Arnold for the benefit of their creditors J P Russell the company of the firm and Mr Chestnut both made individual assignments Lindsay and John Leavell colored brothers became involved in a quarrel about women near Uopkinsville tho other evening when the former was stabbed in the neck and back receiving wounds it is thought that will result fatally The funeral of Hon Henry D McIIen ry was held at Hartford tho other afternoon in the presence of a host of sorrowing friends and relatives A i daughter of John Griggs living three miles east of Car rollton was burned to death the other day Her clothing caught at tho fireÂ¬ Â¬ tfx-yeak-- V- - v OLIVER PLOWS Â¬ place in tho absence of hor paronts from the room She lived three hours Â¬ Â¬ At Haddocks School house Christian County Frank Stinson killed a man Ho knocked Agee down named Atoe with a rock and then brained him with an axe The Census Bureau has completed the population of all tho cities Tho popu- Â¬ lation of cities over ten thousand in this State are given as follows Covington 37375 Lexington 2 5 LouisviUo It Newport 24908 Paducah 13024 The remainder of tho great chain stretched across tho Mississippi river at Columbus by the Confederate forces be- Â¬ fore the retreat from Kentuckyafter the fall of Forts Henry and Donaldson has been unearthed by a fisherman A por- Â¬ tion of the chain was recoverod some time ago The remaining part now found is ninety feet in length Each link weighs fully ten pounds and is ten inches long and heavily braoed It was dug up at a point opposite Fort Hallack and has been bought by a river man for a wharf boat anchor at Belmont PjJsM declines to bo walked over by its gas company and threatens to annul its five years contract if the company does not live up to its agreement Mrs Bridget Berkie of Bromley was burned to death Her clothing caught from the fire At Lexington Lows Johnson con- Â¬ victed of rape was sentenced to fifteen years in tho penitentiary Alonzo John was given twenty six years on three charges of house breaking The nine prisoners convicted at the present term of the Fayette circuit court were brought before Judge Morton and sentenced as follows Lewis John Â¬ son rape fifteen years Jesse Jones grand larceny ono year Alonzo John Â¬ son house breaking three charges Two Fstt on ths Ltvsl The snow was twenty four inches deep tvtenty six years Lloyd Lewis robbery on the level at Bellofonte Pa Thurs three years Ike Murphy grand larceny day morning It is not known when a five year Sam Williams burglary ten train can be got through on the Bello- Â¬ years Dominick and Ida Pugh white fonte and Snowshoe branch of the Penn Â¬ two and oiw half years each Lewis sylvania railroad The Tyrone and Jones grnd larceny two years T itr new riab boUM to le erected by Clearfield branch is also snowed up no Lon Turf Club is toco- trains having been sent out Thursday morning tm The situation is the same on il will l tho Lewisburg and Tyrone branch be- Â¬ tween Bellefonte and Lewisburg Â¬ M S - w fl e10 as CO GENTRY House Furnistiing Mi OF- - SHACKELFORD -- fofl siia Wooflenware DKALEUS IN ALL KIND Hardware Time 19 1S BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40- - xr Â¬ L Â¬ Idaho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ j In joint session Thursday in the Idaho Legislature Governor George L Shoupo W J McConnell and Fred T Dubois the patients were elected United States Senators acOCca Vote hi Minnesota cording to agreement Wednesday night Tho Rpilii Shoupo and McConnell with short terms of Minnesota is an plurality lor Governor 22i7 ending March 4 1691 and March 4 1898 Bitting- BnKs Sins Remark Dubois gets full term six years from White Buffalo Man a son of Sitting March next Ball says the killing of his father was Cars and Cotton Destroyed right and Fourteen cars on the Louisville New are all glad that the Bad River Indians but Orleans snd Texas railroad loaded with is prompt there unless the Government will be serious troublo 700 bales of cotton was destroyed by fire result at Burps Station La The fire was Qute rrlrrrtly cansed by burning grass along the track De Garry Is that girl across the street who plays tho piano familiar with GounodV Whlttlers Eighty Third Birthday Gills She must thiik so sho takes John GWhittier celebrated his eighty such liberties with him Life third birthday Wednesday Â¬ j j Senators Two lepers have received injections of tho Koch lvmph at Berlin Tho exper- Â¬ iment is being mado at tho request of pjrs Tilti H PILES Ill PILESI SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA OID IFUjreiS PURPOSES C T WELLS F B CARR C T WELLS GO TlieOiilv Coal Yard iu Tnvu Only a t quar mm the Cotirt boM have to send away out to the depot WOUNDS BURNS c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Yu dont Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS- - fiilMwei saajPawsIswu Soft Coal and Antnracite Nut and Lump Coal Quickest Now open at Myers old lumber yard next to Second Prtsbyterian rhurch delivery Try u- u FOR MEDICINAL BATH TRR OIDrSOHP ABSOLUTELY TOILET AND NURSERY TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL prist town Lowest CO CARRIAGES FOR SALE I C T WTEL1S ft For Sale or Hent I desire to sell or rent privately thw large twn atorv to SWISS COTTAGE rooms lot 40x120 Orchard Street new 10 toot alley Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug NEW BUGGIES 17 1889 NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES and Orange Streets 6 roo lots all wci feet lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE Hallie Irvine STORE HOUSE ton Ky ty two n IE DWELLINGS new le Avenue elegant ituated on a good corner lot In Ellis known as the House proper Â¬ H H COLYER Â¬ Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS seperate or as a snow fell in the mountains of Western Pennsylvania and there is fear of a sud den thaw footed NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of the vtry Utet patterns They are for wile on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and nee me and yon wont go home without ue JOHN DONELSON 5- whole on i Jin I Convct iard at Co- and robbed on who will probably be Guri - Orrick Murdered lynched At midnight Wednesday night the jury found John lienri Orrick guilty of the murder of Iiiram Aintlss at Gads Hill Ma on July 18 18S8 Judge Thomas sentenced Orrick to be hanged on Friday Februarr 27 I8i ti Bang Ba Certainly Dsservss Death on 50 Street in in m m The Antonio Guerrero alias Chale qnerot the Jack the Ripper of Mexi- Â¬ co trial at the City of Mexico en4ed at 4 oclock Thursday morning He was cenvioted of eight murders and fourteen rapes and was sentenced to death TEG2OI tec ire of eacn MRS BLDILNG addition on K ABSOLUTELY PURE tgr For prices anr of the above w wiGGIN I offer for talc the residence Eighty rounds on Third street ront new noose wit en cellar outbuildings repair On street car line Sm THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing - HOWS THIS B M BROOKS to the advantage of both warehousemen fining their operations to packing the bi- Â¬ thirty years over one thousand claims UNITED STATES LAND COURT hundred and have been filed and but one and farmers It was the intention to get valves in one and two quart tin cans and We offer One Hundred Dollars reward From the Congressional Record fifty cases have been reported to Con Â¬ extensive blocks of stock floated among in wooden tubs or buckets called bulks OS FRENCH T1FTOM - - Editor the farmers who are active tobacco-grower- s ranging in capacity from one to fort galThe Committee of the Whole resumed gress Under the act of 1854 a report is for any cae of catarrh that can not be made on these claims by the surveyor Cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure It was thought that the reduction lons each Here the captains of dredging its session flKLISIIKl EVERY WEDNESDAY BY Cheney Co Props Toledo O of fees and expenses that would follow vessels having disposed of their cargoes Mr Caswell I yield ten minutes general to the Secretary of the Interior We the undersigned have known F Co such consolidation would operate to the to the company through an oyster com- Â¬ to the gentleman from Kentucky Mr and by him laid before Congress and We have them and the finest advantage of everybody interested in the mission inerchantbriug their boats which McCreary years there have J Cheney for the past 15 years and be- Â¬ yet in the last thirty Wm G White Chas S Powell busi- Â¬ warehouse and tobacco pro u ing business they anchor alongside the wharf provided Mr McCreary Mr Chairman this is only been a few of these claims confirm- lieve him perfectly honorable in all lot in town at that This plan did not however meet w it h for that purjose Then the work of un- a very important bill and I hope it will ed by Congress From 1800 until 1869 ness transactions and financially able to PRICK PEII YEAR favor among the growers From this loading legins The oysters are takcu receive the careful consideration of the only five private land claims were con- Â¬ carry out any obligations made by their Xfedaesday December 21 1890 difference of opinion the fanners say from the hold of the vessel in iron buck Â¬ members of thss House It is very sim- Â¬ firmed by Congress from 1869 to 1879 firm Traux W holesale Druggists West arose the plan to build their own w are- - ets by means of derricks and are then ilar to a bill that was discussed at some only three private land claims were con Congress and from 1879 up to Toledo O honees wheeled in barrows into a long room in length of same title in the Fiftieth firmed by SKKKINti IMS1AL POWEK our lay o Marvin WholeWalding Kinnan Since the announcement was made which from 500 to 600 shuckers of both Congress which I liad the honor to in- Â¬ the present time eleven rears not one Toledo O muenlations of Governor that this movement was activelv con sexes and of nearly every conceivable age troduce which was reported from the solitary private land claim has been con- sale Druggists Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Claims firmed by Cong TiliiMan to tin- hmpmmmn of South Caro- templated by the farmers the warehouse- and size are Irani at work divesting the Committee on Private Laud it at mumen have had little to say They have oysters of their outer covering by means passed by the House of Representative Therefore Mr Chairman we are com acting directly upon the blood and lina ore ooocorred in he il have a di surfaces of the system Testimotha i iinagcniem of every expressed their opinions on the feasibili- of small hammers and iron knives Each and sent to the Senate but was not acted pelled to look to some other forum than cous MUSIC E0XES of the scheme but beyond that have shucker stands in front of a stationary upon by the Senate the Congress of the United States to set- Â¬ nials sent free Price 75c per bottle h nal charitable and educational institu- - ty We have secured the Luxon hou e for the DISPLAY of our HOLIDAY apparently taken little interest in the wooden bin containing a sort of trough The object of this bill is to establish p tle these private land claims Various Sold by all Druggists the vaut GOODS Go there at once and see by all odtis SHAVING SETS matter In the last two or three days for the reception of the oysters and a United States land court and to provide plans have been anggeated Some memiU try involving the collec Market Louisville Tobacco MANICURE CASES entire however the warehousemen have been block on which to lay them when the for the judicial investigation and sttle bers of this House suggested two years J ear and of the Christmas Display Durrett Louisville Tobacco Tha talking a good deal about the proposed ends are hammered off the lietter to fa- ment of private land claims in the Ter- ago that these claims be settled in the ByUiover Ejs State Further MUSIC ROLLS VASES Ware House Farmers Warehouse and have very cilitate the entrance of the knife which ritories of Arizona Utah and New Mexi- Interior Department but it is manifest - to be introduced to create ni BE PARTICULAR TO INSPFCT plain language in regard to the motives separates the shells Each bin is num- co and m the States of Wyoming Colo- Â¬ that that is not the proper forum to setfor the week just Sales on our market m for Charlet- a it There an other gentlemen closed amount to 1731 hhds with receipt tle them whieli arookl jive the Governor that have influenced some of its origina- bered conspicuously sothat every shucker rado and Nevada Sale -the same period of 502 hhds shall be designated conveniently The importance of this bill is shown in who have suggested that we have Ixiards for our market since January 1st amount al- the jolice evsteni of tors to embark into the scheme on A Tunes reporter saw some of the Two large iron buckets hang on the the large numlier of land claims that it of commissioners Put boards of com Â¬ to 14305- - hhds t lower in price than you can imagine eeuvillr NetSI deelarea most prominent warehousemen in town edge of each shucking bin In one of proposes to settle missioners have not worked well in the INK STANDS PICTURES lina has The past week has not developed any IN FANCY AND TOY BOOKS we cant be turned down FOR LOVELY The Commissioner of the General Land last few years change in the condition of our market for power ake 1 fur by Govern- Â¬ and they were outspoken in their oppo these the workman throws the common TOILET AND MANICURE SETS we are ahead With VASES TOY and FANCY BOOKS The time of the gen- burley tobacco The offering of the week The Chairman or Tillman i it coaeedeetfcje jrobalility sition to the men who are at the head of run of oysters in the other ho drops the Office states that there are now jcnding CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS we take the have embraced a considerable number of the new organization One prominent selects or culls for which higher in Congress and awaiting confirmation tleman has expired of all his n leiij granted by an FANCY STATIONERY new hogshead the better grades of which rag off the buh Our COLLAR and CUFF warehouseman said The whole story prices are obtainable o to Mr McCreary I ask the gentleman have sold at prices rarging from the reports of surveyor general upon ire BOXES arc perfect of this scheme is very plain to the v are- in charge of the bill to yield me a little private land claims as follows FAPER KKIVES 1875 per 100 01dburey in sound con- Â¬ FILUNO THE CAXS c WHAT HAS G INK WITH TIIE MONEY dition continues to meet a very active EV3RTTSING IIT 0UH LUTE THAT Y0T7 OA2T WANT cr SHOULD HAVZ hoosemen Puwees Barker are in it In New Mexico 107 claims covering further time I grades remain As the cans are filled they are taken to for the money they can make and not Ten minutes more is market while the common The Chairman 8704785 acres in Arizona 15 claims gjmrKcMeMatnueLli LiL ILDIMj Our Dm Store i too m IBM Ml dull We hear and remark as then for any interest they feel for the fanner another room whore they are thrown in- covering 414833 acres I to hold our display and we secured another house gentleman in Colorado yielded to the smlli K4 following quotations fairly repreThe to an immense collauder w here the liq- Duweess was one Â¬ you can t boriimtrv of the owners of the Mr McCreary The bill under con sent our market lor burley tobacco claims covering 229814 acres making a Special inducements for Cliristmas-T-C- 3 Presents for Churches at aty rata with the beat se Â¬ Farmers1 Warehouse until a few months uor and grit are drained from them total of 9349433 acres The numlier of sideration has been carefully prepared Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 They are then poured into the one and Hat Willi J Vc Ac What hag pine with ago when he offered to sell out in a curity acres for which no claim has been filed and it is now generally conceded that a to 350 400 to Hae you heard of any little tiff he had with his jwirtner young two quart cans placed for their reception and the number of acres for which no tribunal clothed with the functions of a Colory Trash not colorv oo to 5 00 aaaejr Common Lugs 3 50 Nut even a circus has Otho Graves Graves took him up at on a shelf beside the colander in the fol- claim has been filed but which have court and authorized to judicially invesi ut away HAGAN Colory Lugs Soo to 14 00 low ing manner As fast as a man inserts been here to absorb the silver chanpe once and gave him a check for his stock 26 8 Leaf 700 to 0 00 settle private land claims w ill Common been rejected are not included in these tigate and The bank statements a few days ago inside of fifteen minutes It was not long a funnel into the bole at the top of each figures It is however estimated that furnish the relief desired The court Medium to Good Leaf 9oo to 1600 T Good to Fine Fillers 1600 to 2500 showed tbouaands aid thousands of dol- - liefore Ihiwees came back and offered to can another pours p measure full of oys Â¬ the total numliei of acres claimed tinder provided for only continues four years Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 33 00 into the funnel while the other pours dejweit When is that money buy back hs stock in the firm but this ters private land grants in New Mexico is The papers in hundreds of cases are al- Â¬ I Why in the lianks right where Graves would not consent to He was ice water into the funnel on top of the aboat Colorado ready filed in the Interior Department in 10000000 it was a mouth ago Yet ieojiesay satisfied that he had made a good in- oysters By this means the latter are about 3000000 acres in Arizona atiout There are a number of small claims in LIVE STOCK MAEZET EEPOET By CUKKNK EMBKY nev ia the ountry It is vestment in buying Buwees out and washed into the can and the intervening 500000 acres making in all the enor- these Territories and States named in Li e stock CoramisNiou Merchants at Clue In is just as much notw ithstandg ail of Dermics1 efforts he space therein filled with ice water which mous territory of 13500000 acres which the bill in which the papers are not preall a mistake ThinuhiI Union Slxk Yanlssnd Covington Slock Yards afterwards becomee a good clear liquor u there hae been at any was unable to getliack into the firm is nearly equal to the combined areas of pared and this bill is drawn so as to Quit aaj mg that the Now a- to liarker w ho I lelieve is to whereas if the oysters wore packed raw the States of Massachusetts Connectic meet all these ially fur it L mSBSSK the warehouse there is another in their own liquor they would become cut and New Hampshire SHIPPING CATTLE It provides that the judges appointed talk If a story When the proposed warehouse sour and be totallv unfit for use by the h can 1m n Cincinnati Ohio Dec 22 1800 I go bam them details Mr Chainnan are to bold thw eoerte in Washington In -- its down aad say Im consolidation first came up Barker time they reached their destination 4 5 4 35 5 S 5 in order to show how itnjwtant this and it also provides for sending out mem- - I Good to- Extra Â¬ this manner two men can fill 100 cans in measure is and how long Congri but in reality haa several thou r poo 4 S 4 oo to work the Cincinnati end of the - E l that court to the different Ter- 2 75 K Common and Rough 3 5J Tk in bank times will grow tight deal He set out to do this but was so every five minutes a - --A aui been tardy in doing justice to the States I1III1U illl 11111MIU wmmrnrj Good to Extra Oxen 3 75 4 00 The tubs or bolkssre filled in much the Uy slow that Gordon Taylor slipped in named in the bill The should hold their eoarai in the capitals Fair to Good Oxen and Territories 2 75 2 50 1 ahead of him and secured the ootions same manner except that m their 2 Common and Rough 75 provisions of this bill are demanded not of those Territories or States Â¬ AKTEIi CfcKKu OitKlMi Consequently we treated entirely with solid block of ice is embedded on the oys- only by the people who live in the Now Mr Chairman I ask for the pasBUTCHER CATTLE Taylor as Barker bad nothing back of ters The cans once filled they are eap sections to which it appeals but they sage of this bill upju another ground ed with round tin discs made to fit exAm men down on the him Being frozen out of the consolida 00 3 753 4 ate demanded in justice to our Govern- I have liefore me here the so called tna Good to Extra - an interesting rumor ha ln en in Good 3 5o 365 tion scheme he naturally turns to the actly over the holes in their tops the ment and also in justice to treaties that Qaadalape Hiaahjoaad Gadsden Fair toFat Steers Extra 3 SH caps are then soldered on neatly after circulation for the paat week to oppsitiou plan have been made between the United Under these treaties made between the Fair to Good Steers - 55 a the President if tn- Kell- Leaving these patriotic gentlemen we which thev are pronounced readv for States and Mexico 2 75 C United States and Mexico we entered Good to Extra Cows A Booth Co sh tiuky Tobacco iatiE next come to Gen JsJbb Williams of shipment The 2 oogi I was asked the question a few min- Â¬ into a solemn agreement that we would Fair to Good Cows 1 ara tisfac- - Montgomery Jin S Willi and ex Senator John D far w est as Denver and also fills orders utes ago as to the difference between a protect the settlers that were found upon Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 75 from England y of the IirHarris of Richmond I will try and private land claim and a public land those lands in all the rights derived from m s BULLS n woull nxiii be made to d iplarr show you what are the motives that in THE STEAVIINC IKo I will define the difference Mexico and from Spain claim r- i iie Hon John 1 Harri terest them This I can state in a few 1 6o9 2 That has not been d ma Many of the Best Shipping The Martin Wagner Co is this year do- According to the rules of this House 2 2 15 Best Bologna ibis stead This rumor was words they exject to be benefitted polit- ing public lands are the lands that are own small holders have been ejected and Fair Bologna the largest steaming business z 2 o circulated with so much jH rsistency that ically Â¬ These private they have lieen treated in such a manI QO 2 of any packing bonse in the city ed by the United States Fair to Good Feeders a Turn ler went down on the Cassius M Clay Jr a prominent The proems of steaming and packing oys- land claims to which we refer in this ner I 2ji I ai that from New Mexico alone del Â¬ Common and Thin - morning and tried to trac it candidate for Governor married the ters thus prepared differa materially from bill are claims owned or controlled by egations have come here the governor of FEEDERS AND STOCKERS laughter of John D Harris Gen Wil- that of packing them in a raw state Here individuals Now corporations or the Territory has been here two of the He went to two or throe well knovu liams William Hamilton is the vessels are unloaded at the wharves strange as it may seem although during eaticai of the district court of New Mex- Â¬ Good Extra Steers 3 60 3 50 d finally went down to a prospective candidate for Lieutenant toba Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 oo by means of derricks ojerated by donkey the last forty vcars President of the ico and a large delegation of citizens Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 2 25 bert P Hare of the Eclipse Governor As organizers of a move engines in iron tubs holding 1 bushels United States Secretaries of the Interior have been here all wsking for some Common and Thin Stockers 1 jOig 2 OO jg ir Hare admitted that he ment to beneta the farmers Williams --T each One tub in every fifty ia examined and various Commissioners of the Land kind of a law that would settle these of the scheme and in talking and Harris COWS AND CALVES exjiect to bring a large agri- on the boat and whatever projiortion of Office have asked for the I some private land claims reporter he gave not the iuforma- - cultural vote to the aid of their respec 1 will ask the gentleman Best Grades 40 ooS45 00 Mr Dates shells is found therein is deducted from kind of a bill to settle these private laud it tive 25 ooS35 00 each of the other 49 tubs in the half hun- claims yet up to this good hour no law form Kentucky whether this bill is sim- Fair to Good I saw Sim Denraea 5 as Mr Hare Haid 10 000115 00 It is not a new thing for the tobacco dred As the oysters are taken from the has ever been passed that was adequate ilar to the one introduced by him in the Common Best Veal Calves 5 00 4 75 to him that 1 Bappoaed be WM growers to establish a warehouse here - hold they arc poured into iron and effective for the settlement of such last Congri Fair to Good 4 so 4 25 at work on the farmers Ware They had one here not long ago under cars with Mr McCreary Yes sir this bill is Common and Heavy 2 oo 3 00 rounded bottoms holding 15 claims BM and I asked bin how it was BOB the management of Mr Kaye but it did bushels each These run on tracks and In this regard Congress has been un- almost exactly similar to that which I HOGS Well we are getting not last long Time alone can tell the lb saM are pushed from the wharf into a long fair and unjust to the States and Terri prepared and introduced in the Fiftieth 11 but we made a big mistake Â¬ confete of this new warehouse if it is ever room w nere tney are 3 60 Select Butchers 3 55 snoved witn tneir tories named in the bill acquired from OoaarCOB and which after being 1 Baked him how trt that was stilted Fair to Good Packers 3 50 3 35 freight into two large boilers or steamers Mexico Congress has been more n sidered in this House for a day Extra Lights 3 ioiS 3 35 We never ought to have jut He said In order to get a hearing from both whence they emerge smoking hot and al- erous to people residing on other lands the House There are some immaterial Good toPigs 2 25 Light 3 00 26- rdo William in as President sidts a Times reporter went to see Gen ready open awaiting theshuckors knife acquired by treaty or purchase In 1808 provisions of this measure that I do not Ill guarantee that weil hae him John 8 Williams the recently elected From SPRING LAMBS I indorse the bill the steamers the oysters still on when we acquired the Louisiana territo- Â¬ favor but in the main John 1 Hanil Pres dent of the Kentucky Tobacco the cars are sw itched on to light tracks ry from France consisting of 757000000 that baa been reported by the commit- Â¬ Extra 6o5 7s man lor the place and Im in favor Grower Aaaocitioa Gen Williams prepared to receive them and here the acres of land very soon thereafter we tee 1 told him I of putting him there Mr Chairman it is perfectly clear to gaged until late last night and for of shuckers make short work of sent out two sets of commissioners to ght that Mr Harris was a very good a goou part of the morning in discussing army my mind that it we are going to give any settle these private land claims man and sujosed he would make a the plans contemplated by the associa- Â¬ them When we acquired Florida from Spain relief whatever it should hi given r head for the organization READY FOR SHIPMENT I tion lie was too busy to be seen early containing 38000000 acres we soon or- Â¬ through a land court bill In that way 1 dont want to say anything in the morning and w hen he was seen w ith the work From the receiving collander the ganized a board of commissioners and think we can get throngfa ything that will by a rtKrter said that there was noth steamed oysters brown and barely in four years wheraM if WO turn the moist these private land claims were settled hurt him but that is the conversation ing new We are now considering are thrown successively into three tubs but in 1848 when uuder the treaty of business over to the United States die that 1 had with him and he gave me to our jlanii and there has been nothing of water when they are thoroughly Gendatape Hidalgo we acquired J4500 trict courts of the Territories and States irly understand that the scheme was decided en yet that will t news to the washed absolute cleanliness being the acres from Mexico and when in 1853 we named it w ill drag along for many years Williams out public Ve have a lot of busi to throw old err if we appoint a board of commis motto of this house They are then acquired under what is known as the and put Harris in his pa we ae r our discuss am we are hard to work I have placed in round tin cans the girls who Gadsdea treaty 30000000 acres nothing sioners it will take years to settle the A tobacco man who was present said not time to ask now and really havent till passing the cans immediately to oth- Â¬ was done except to pass an act in 1854 business but if we send out men vested Now what chance do auvthing to say ta the reporter with judicial power it we organize a ers whs weigh the cans supplying what which has been Simply a stumbling COLD WEATHER you think the farmers have if shrewd The repirter tried to ask the General ever deficits in weight may occur from block in the way and has not led to the court and let that court sit in Washing iiiess men like Huweesaud Parker are a few questions ton and send out its members to these but they were courtt piles of oysters lying before them But settlement of these private land claims run this thing to suit them ouslv reelle Ijuniville Timet the tillers are very skillful aud seldom Mr Blancbard Will the gentleman States and Territories then there w ill be aehmm AVho thinks that these two gen If yon intend buying anything mentioned below it will pay put into a can even one oyster either from Kentucky allow me to ask him a judicial investigation and settlement of HOW OViTEHS AUE PACKED ien are in the farmers movement for these private land claims and justice more or less than enough yon to COME AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say question anything except the money they m in w ill lie done to all the parties concern- Â¬ Both the method and results vbe rroui the weighers table the cans of Mr McCreary Yes sir it On the very outset they find ien Interesting llisbtiy of the Delicious Shell steamed oysters are placed in Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasau boxes and Mr Blancbard The gentleman stated edOf opposed to them in some of Williams the Sates and Territories named and refreshing to the taste and nab Fish From th Tims it Reaches the placed under tubs through which dear that after the territory embraced in what Colorado Wyoming and Nevada have geutly yet promptly on the Kidneys tiieir schemes and they at once move for Theres no room tin Parkers Imil it is Keady for salt water continually flows Having was known at that time as the Louisiana already reached statehood but Arizona Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysa new deal in the hoje that they can Transportation ur anrument leen filled w ith the water the cans are purchase was acquired commissioners New Mexico and Utah are still TerriheadtJrn the card they want by stock of now 6hoved into a steam boiler know n as were sent out and the private land tories and States are forging along They tem effectually dispels colds slipping it from the bottom of the deck Journal of Commerce aches and fevers and cures habitual an exhaust and then sti in their trays claims included in that territory acquir Theres another shrewd move that Syrup of Fig3 is the Baltimoreans are the representative the cars are placed on a table where their ed by the Government from France and are progressing they are improving and constipation we ought to protect them from the laud only remedy of its kind ever pro liarker has made You know he has a oyster handlers of this country and have tops are thoroughly w iped and dried by a Spain had all been settled In the E Mia Boots Shoes duced pleasing to the taste and ac big rehandling house us in Carrol coun- been universally recognized as each from female ojerator The CSppen take them State of Louisiana to my knowledge pirates and the homestead wreckers in rmd a clause in the time immemorial ty Well h that are going out there and taking up ceptable to the stomach prompt To day the oyster in- next and after fitting to each can its there are a number of Spanish and its actiou and truly beneficial in its ass rules by which tobacco no dustry gives employment more or less little round cap their lauds stamped with the exact French land claims remaining to this And npwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked The people there need protection and effects prepared only from the most in good shape shall le taken up and re lucrative and constant to one fifth of the weight of the contents they solder the day unsettled and many of them have healthy and agreeable sulvtances it Â¬ is now offered at prir handled at his warehouses Barker is a jKpulaton of Marvland The annual in caj on tightly and pass the cans to they ought to have protection Justice deoth Â¬ been reported for confirmation by the i business man and hell clear mands sir that we should do something many excellent qualities commend it make u- - levon qu S come to the State from its dealings in oys- Â¬ ers who pack them in large round iron General Land Office but it has been im- Â¬ for them They have a grand country to all and have made it the most money on this scheme LOWEST PRICE HOUS ters is ii00000 or more and one third receivers possible to get Congress to act ujion 1 know tliat the proceedings of the of the revenue of the city of Baltimore is They have inexhaustible mines of p Id popular remedy known TOWN quality con- As fast as these receivers are filled with them Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c d of I i rectors have not gone on as derived from this industry Above M stand- - no coin Mr McCreary The gentleman from and silver an copper They have illimcans they are hoisted by means of der-Â¬ and 81 bottles by all leading drag smoothly as their followers could wish They have There are in Baltimore alKmt 70 oyster ricks and shunted around to another part Louisiana misunderstood my remark stock below us lie no I itable depots of coal gists Any reliable druggit who 1 ft The people who sutiscrilied at the Lex packing establishments giving employ Â¬ of the canning room where they grand agricultural wealth They have We k pet ing prices are drop said that in 1803 when we acquired may not have it on hand will pro ington meeting think that the warehouse ment to a larger or smaller numlier of one by one into a circular steam the Louisiana territory immediately a climate as salubrious as any in the cure it promptly for any one wh sant sroods and plea led should be built there and the Maysville according to their respective capi- boiler from which they emerge excessivethereafter two boanls of commissioners world There is to day but one blight wishes to try it Do not accept any them We subscribers say that thev will not pay tal size or facilities for handling the shell- ly hot when they are substitute dropped still in were appointed to examine and settle but one thing to retard their progress ing and representative iit unless the warehouse is located fish This number includes IS establish the receiver into an iron tub of water to the private land claims but that forty and that is these unsettled land claims CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO in that enterprising town Although I ments that cook or rather steam ovs cool The cans are then wheeled into years have elapsed since the treaty of That remains a menace upon their prosAnd upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked SAN FRANCISCO CAL think the farmers will not put up their ters for canning aajqmeea The other another room where they receive perity arid a check to their progress LOUISVILLE KY HEW fOSK NI a coat Guadalupe Hidalgo was made between FALL WINTER STYLES money bo readily in a scheme which is houses confine their ojerations to the less of lacquer on each end I say sir that justice to our own Got and are then the United States and Mexico and up to almost entirely exjerimental when they expensive w ork of packiug the oysters eminent justice to the people who live n a rrmvnu w i to the girls who put on the laliels this good hour I said no lioard of com- Â¬ Dsia Hh can so readily invest in warehouses raw for shipment either in bulk or in These operatives can warranted aad every aalr paste on from 5000 missioners has been apjioiuted and sent out there justice to our obligations un- bAUllUn and price stamped on barton haa his name rlpeer to them that they know to In cans of different sizes for Ladies Gents an i to 6000 labels in a day although in an- Â¬ out for the purpose of settling the pri- der the treaties that we have entered doing s successful busines Louitvltte into with Mexico demands that this ureu s wear Our urn BOMK STATIST other room is a machine which pastes vate land claims in the Territories and Jlfci Timet m yri bill should pass ami that there should bomb j hell for aa r 1vw In the oystering season of lSS4 Xo Bal from 40000 to 45000 daily When la- in the States named in this bill m 1 a mi Illana be a speedy settlement of these laud but a blessing for U 1 think my friend said Mr Blanchard beled the cans are packed in boxes at the si aftVI ffio timores output of steamed and raw oysTHE TOBACCO 0K0WEKS claims dnllih Our prices mav startle LilB ters was 2250000 bushels that of the rate of two dozen to the iox when they that a commission was appointed to look into these matters in the Territory of are ready for shipment thev will not vex the The Martin A SCHOOL CLOSES The movement of the Kentucky ToÂ¬ season of lamVM was 7000000 bushels Wagner 0b puts up fifteen ifaTrn ill Ixiuisiana and hail settled these private buyer of 1886 87 6000000 bushels of 1887 88 ion to sat a bacco land claims when in jioint of fact many of 1888 80 6500000 weights of cans according to contract 5700000 bushels Communloatell warehouse of their own to be run in the Worth fully 15 per cent more than asked The company use but four sizes of cans of these claims at this time remain un- Â¬ A rare entertainment was given on Intore-t- of the toUicco growers of the bushels and of 1880 00 6000000 bushels however settled and are unconfirmed bv Con 19th at the close of Miss Hattie Marchs Are the Are the citing a great deal of interest To this annual output is attached an angress notwithstanding the recommenda- Â¬ school The art display of her class nual increase M the packersof from SB - industry PAY OF THE Mil lim in which Kentucky Lew tion of the General Land Office 9u Misses Ollie Million Maggie McCord 000000 to 10000000 in the world employs thou At the Booth packing house theshuck Mr McCreary The gentleman mis Â¬ Lee and Mollie Peyton and Mrs Shelby A cursory examination of the figures sends of people and requires the expen ers are iaid for their work at the rate of any any object to if he understood me to Million decked the stage with eleganre diture of millions of dollars It is there- just given sill show that Baltimores 20 cents a gallon at the Wagner plant understood me say that There are some Louisiana together vou merit I with the unexcelled maps fore natural that any movement tend trade in oysters is falling off not gradual- the shucker hands his two quart can of OfAliKiais claims still pending But what I say is drawn by her class the Misses Hattie ly but rapidly and that too at a time bring about a revolution in the oysters as ansa as filled to a person who when we acquired from France the im Â¬ Holman Fannie Newbv Bate Million business as at present conducted is of in when the popularity of the oyster as a gives him a check for it depositing the If so come in and take I mense and valuable territory which to Â¬ Nannie Haden ami Oilie Million Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per terest to every business man in this city luxury has reached its height and when contents of each can as it appears into a FOR day forms nine of the States of this at our splendid n Mother Goose was acted with much The warehousemen generally eharac- - the demand for it has grown to very large collander GENTLEMEN At the end of each day Union and part of four other State in Ladies Misses A Fine elegance by Miss Mandie Newbv J QQ be movement among tobacco men large proortions Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain them checks are cashed at the rate of 6 this Union that immediately afte we Flower Girl by Little Beulah Million The excellence and wearing qualities of this shoe In view of this state of affairs the fact cents for each check Sometime to secure a warehouse of their own as a bo better shown than by the strong BARGAIN ASSORTMENT acq ailed uuder that treaty 757000000 Xiias Greetings by Miss Maggie Tudor cannot of Its thousands of constant wearers end or o meiiU mistake It is as necessary in the tobacco that this years crop of oysters is coming shucker will present at one time as many acres OF THE SEASON an elegant and Genuine Hand we sent out two boanls of commis Â¬ A Happy Family by Mr Luthei 11 Sk OO stylus drees Shoe ocwed commends Itself S9 which trade as it is in the grain cotton and in with distressing tardiness and in w hol- as seventy five checks to be Bashed but A nne A- sioners to settle these private land man Thee with many other Iland newed Writ durabilitycalf Shoe ly insufficient quant at the large in all probability he i a unriuallcd for stvle and have an agent to get the rafrriisnTiae claims and so when we acquired the the few hours were passed unthought of 5080 Goodyear Welt Is the standard dress SLoe at a popular price S O material from the hands of the producer and universal demand is one of most un and lias his wife and entire progeny at ho creat in assortment and Ctlldrea 0 acres from Spain known as S050 Policemans 8aoc is especially adapted welcome significance Yet it Is indispu m hands of the manufacturer The for railroad men farmers etc hon- work in the shucking room pieaMiij in All made In Congress Button and Lace ida purchase immediately there Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent part of the agent baa hitherto been taken tably true that this years crop will fall in iiualiiv So reasonable A gang of horse thieves have been op after a board of commissioners was or iathis e warehousemen The short to the extent of one third of last The Georgia Legislature has made an ganizeil to settle private land claims J in price Oive us a cha in erating in Fleming county the past few hare been most favorably received since Introduced In round numbers the appropriation of 25000 for the faiBMiL now propose to build their own years fignres current Florida and we will give you for your But when we acquired the days and J T Overton Frank Fleming and the recent Improvements make them superior to any shoes sold at these prices warehouse and thus become their own oyster crop for the season of 1890 91 will year for the militia of that State The 334500000 acres under the Gaudalupe and Ed Breen farmers near Flemings Ask your Dealer and If he ca mot supply you send factory enclosing advertised price or direct to mmta The question ia can they Ban Â¬ onlv amount to about 4000000 bushels Augusta Chronicle says the good effects Hidalgo treaty and when we acquired burg have all soft homes The following postal for order blanks Eye Openers 1 W C DOUGLAS Bracks Haas tam agency business to better ad Â¬ ACKERS MODIS OPERANDI of the recent summer encampment have town the 38000000 under the Gadsden treaty is a good recipe Catch the thief this vantage to themselves than the ware Â¬ Xo two Baltimore packing houses em already been shown Not only is there Congress simply passed what is known as is very necessary to insure success take housemen who have profited by a care Â¬ ploy identically the same processes in L the greater proficiency among the militia the act of 1854 which as I said before six or seven feet of good strong rope at Â¬ ful business education and years of ex Â¬ manipulation of oy so of the but the encampment was an educator of has lieen an obstruction rather than a tach one end to the thiePs neck throw perience Undoubtedly Dont forget to come and see me It will pay you they think largest ackers of the country are proha opinion The General Assembly has lienefit and has been inadequate for fS SSlf nn M rn1 it wirXZWIte ofwfl the the other over a convenient limb pull BkS Iff blv the A Booth 1acking Co and Martin recognized the advantages of the school settlement of these private land claims W eiibrr or old ul hi mak- in gently on the end that is over the tree M4Sh LIU a owalKlitwiMrmclryB Any early summer of this year a Wagner The Co These firms employ when of the soldier van so Easy to lra next I a Bat The reports of the land commissioners this will cause the subject to raise add Iff Amfaa wctytaJaff I Wonestart ran ow work Toe caa 4ota No rtakaaasamant wm set on foot to consolidate the canning season is at its height about year will be better equipped than ever or all your lima to taa work Tata la am are very interesting on this subject The four or live loads of good shot and if nec- Â¬ rar aaaffs aMHli Hriialy worker is warehouses make a large 1500 persons each At present the Booth and the coming encampment w ill be a reiKirts of the Commissioner of the Land essary repeat the doae to any other of the IWslaaaTanow laasad baaga wapewftil smicaaa to erwyapwaida to BM par waa aa4 an aaraaac tmm and mm aftrr a Hula anaarhaws Wa caa Umiak ra tha Hfetaabpase that a ould work Co are steaming no oysters but are coo- - crowning event ud taaak yam FBKC Ka aaaaa to n pkaw aan Fan rling Gazette J Office show that ajter a lapse of nearly gang raaM K J J MIDDELTON Â¬ BROOKS MIDDELTON Christmas Gooi FJ Â¬ THE FINEST LOT OF fl50 Â¬ Â¬ Christmas Goods IN TOWN s lillfsiaFiiiisiai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fc y9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hi loir fc Wl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SOUR SUPERB LINE OF ALBUMS Portfolios Peifies -- Â¬ Â¬ iuu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ta rss -- Â¬ Â¬ BROOKS MIDDELTON POWERS k A SWEEPING REDUCTION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ cleted Will be made from now until January 1st 1891 throughout our entire Stock and to accomplish this end you will find a corres mm 1 - 1 tlt tlv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ponding REDUCTION IN PRICES On every article in the house avis - Our Cloak Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is still in fine condition both as to sizes and qualities Now is the time to make your purchases as we are satisfied each and every one of you like Stock Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ LOW PRICES SO GIVE US AN EARLY CALL Â¬ Â¬ AND WE WILL DO THE BALANCE Respectfullv f sons-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ WHITE Â¬ 112 W Main Street ALLEN I Â¬ YES W OTITIS utterestiitg TO EVERYBODY IA Great Fall Â¬ Â¬ Streng Makes 8 it So Bargains tr Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ OVERCOATS AT Â¬ 500 600 700 800 900 Â¬ 1000 as m Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING AT J Sviits of 600 700 900 500 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M 5ru DAATC AT Mens eb Boys S150 UJJ IOMI J 200 250 300 350 10 Â¬ I Â¬ Dry Us At Prices Astonish you I that will Mm Its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE cent f Â¬ Cloaks ai 4000 i Â¬ Â¬ 3 2 SHOES ld1s Flannels Blankets Sold by Jock Freerrjan 11 i Jeansc Shawls I a- H J STRENG wmasL TJ 0 SUPPLEMENT Trrnrat4-4- k zr VOLUME AITOKNKYS V IV -First - iI KILLING v- 1 o1 CUNNING CHUCK it say John Peter Thomas John Peter m A V J 1 NAME Are Acquired l PD EUtMT UUI LLIIL1 I Q Si ffejs-Bj-- i jg jpB r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24 1890 ySf I I NUMBER 28 ft KT 11V BURNAM W - 3SL M yl TTORXEYS-AT-L- SWJ I WkJB Urx V Ruhmond Bre- Kentucky a n j j j o j JB8 lliUs A Christmas Story of Plantation Daya yjy N old negro the owner of a well cultivated farm sat with a num- Â¬ ber of hisgrand- blaz Â¬ front ing fire of hick- Â¬ ory logs Christ- Â¬ mas time was drawing near Thomas you Stop kaint run erway frum me INDIAN office No - Huiuxmk Building j ASILL1VAN 4 TTORXEY - A RkllMOSI mi TLA W Kjcnticky - Ir YOU CAN cp 5vecija5 till YOUR rmi dA-tft- You bettor blebe he stopped right dar in de road er shakin all ober John Peter Thomas John Peter Thomas wharfo you gwine treat dem po culled folks so Iso got my eye on you John Peter Thomas an you better How Their Fantastic Cognomens Literal Translation of oin of tho Very Whieh the Red- nittu Are Known Anion THE BEST -- Kxpreive Tites IS OL R 1 WbfV V Their People Kir t uumy Jo Ige ItUier stni sm- hk formerly oc lt- - roWELL yl TIME IS AT HAND IONEL Thin finpers fluttered uneasily about a frayed button on an equally frayed and worn overcoat and a TTORXEY - A - T LA W SSfeL-iCS-- itESSi CrTeW M- children of a in vfoi RKiiMosn - Kentucky n1 street DKKTAL bURGKKY WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Du A Butcher Knives womans i ftlce lnHirv ii lauu OVfracttct limited M Siniili Bull li ue Main Street inni 10 4sw r to dentistry m Office Meat Cutters Lard Kettles Lard Cans deprco atingly into the husbands face Â¬ ous eyes looked anxi- Â¬ J C MORGAN D D S A a ICll M XD EX TUCKY office Main Street over Maoiaon National ink ELliV R KNOKD -- BUBGIN DEX TS T W I Kentucky liy tract over Palace Dry Goods Store on willy Huied Jr Kt J YV CREED I DD E KEN TUCKY Everything 17- P M POPE KIR KS iffice at Unnell resilience IMifevMull iIlliltU to I - IHVSIt IANS WILL JENNINGS lllcllXoMi ii M ilirsrciAX axd surgeon - D KtCTVCSV next to Second National inr 11 R GIBSON Kimvur 7- PUTSICIA X A XD SURGEOX - DR J M POYNTZ A STOVES 10 VSICIAX Kkhmonu lire -- Second XD - St - RGEiX Kextukv t next io White M Iirna W EVANS - D - piitsiciax Axn surgeox Kkhmoni Office Kentucky 3- - Second Street R T J TATLOR Practitioner in Medi - Richmond - Je and Surgery - Kextukv Grocery 3- offlee- - SN oiiil SI reel over Dyke - FOSTER PH i N C J A X A XD S I RGEOX Kentucky Richmond R JOHN M nfflce Main Avenue street next door to MixonV sideme at cor Main und Tate M I T SEXSM1JTI PHYSIC I A X A XD SCRGEOX White Hall - - - Kentucky professional ervices to the piib- LETCHER SCAX AMD SURGEON Kentucky Richmond M Office- JK s - Mniil luikiing Main Street S BRIGHT M D 1 SI CIA N A XD S I hGEOX Kfntucky Richmond offlee IiiSmilli UnildiiiK on Main Street ami il mi lent ion to MIUMiirnp lamination of tissues and luiils H- BOLP Koroeopithic Phvcian Richmond - RG and Surgeon - Kentucky lliv Office over IK Hrlhts Hours S30 t Spec al attention ni f woMien and all diffi- to diseaseIMtienis treaieil at a dis-tinl Homeopallilc medicines sent to MSMiil - M Jeiilreaa 4H E ADLTZ IH VSICIA X A XD S I Richmond Office RGEON V - - Kentucky Bui nam lenault UuiIiIiik K inu Main Street up I ls JM BLACK PfirSICIAX AXD SCRGEOX 2b- - liKD HorsK Kv HAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE ally oKFICE Next door 10 l max office llngliHtn building Richrund Ky Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a 101 6- - INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Tne Oldest and Strongest American Companies NOKTU AMERICA SPRINGFIELD CONNECT CUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERM AN I A MERCHANTS ROCK BOTTOM RATES Fanners National Bank BURNAM N B - fir Dont forget our office is at Hie k HUME Tobacco Burn- Country HUires and Milling property bpecinltiea B U 83 32 What is it Mary his tone was gentle with an undercurrent of sadness and despondency in it Christmas comes e to morrow Lionel She did not look in his face now but closely scrutinized the frayed button as if it were the absorbing FROM object of her thoughts I know it Mary Could could you let me have a little money Lionel For the children you know dear we have never let the day go past without tomsthing for them And we must not now he said Cheaper than you can they will never be young but onoo poor find them elsewhere He took out a worn wallet things These goods were bought from bis pocket before the McKinley Bill I have looked over all the old things in search of bits to make over into gar-Â¬ got in its work ments or fancy things for them she continued apologetically but every thing is worn so close Lionel I try to bo frugal and saving Her eyes were filled with tears now 1 HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF And you are Marv Where would we have been had it not been for your Will two dol- Â¬ careful management lars be enough It is all I have I Heaven knows this morning COOK AND HEATING wish I could make it twenty or a hun Â¬ dred there is no limit to the deserts of the good wife youve been to me Mary Dont cry dear it takes all my courage and strength to see you unhappy The faded face was press d against the frayed button now in a vain at- Â¬ tempt to hide the hot tears which would como and his worn glove much too thin for the season smoothed the thin --JUST COME IN gray hair tenderly Then I must not cry she answered looking up with a forced smile Yes It will be enough more than I had ex Â¬ feel BOUGHT THEM SELL pected but Iwhen soI wicked to ask you know you have so for money little to spare me Yes debt was the skeleton which danced not only In the closet but all over the house In this humble home and Mary went back to her work her face drawn up thoughtfully as she calculated ME AND just how many pennies could be spared for this or that and balanced the differ- Â¬ ences between the strictly useful and the more childlike but less material gifts Two dollars after all was such a the bucket of necessities little drop to say nothing of the ornamental or the beautiful It was not a debt of careless- Â¬ ness or of extravagance she could scarce Â¬ ly have borne the self reproach and the NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE shame of it if it had been but was the U ML LZ W af j X h i m natural result of lonsr years of sickness T and reverse Lionel Webb in his young- - I lr apod with his lifo VtL er days had just from an attack of spinal meningitis P S The FIVE CENT COUNTER which had resulted in a partial disabil- Â¬ vr HOW MUCH WOULD rOVKK THK ENTIKK ity for life He was very ambitious and is in full blast now ISIKlTEnNRSS though obliged to accept work which had as little of manual labor in it as stood watching her through the glass possible still he did it often when door which led from the hallway to tho CENTRAL UNIVERSITY stronger men would have been in bed little parlor with a physician in attendance did it She had finished now and with the in such bodily torture that he hardly re- Â¬ stockings on her lap leaned her head alized what he was doing dejectedly upon her hand It was so RICHMOND KY Mary had her share of sickness too hard to give pennies where her warm the anxiety and care attendant on heart would so gladly lavish pounds Oh Lionel how you startled me as Lionels disability was enough to break NEXT SESSION OPENS Why a woman of iron which she was not and he opened the door and went in Wednesday Sept 10 1890 in addition to it all three darling chil- Â¬ what has happened dear He was loaded down with packages and every dren bad sickened and died Lionel bad secured a new situation of pocket was bulging out in addition and late he was growing bettor with years she knew that something unusual had TEEEE COLLEGES - Fourteen De Â¬ and could now tako up a different class occurred The Lord hasnt forgotten us yet partments cf Study of work and his present employer was a man of large wealth employing many Mary he said taking her worn face in his hands and kissing it tenderly She Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses clerks in his great business Â¬ All this day Lionel worked in a maze listened to his recital of the conversaIeadins io Bachelor B A B S and of perplexity and regret Marys face tion with Mr Dale with eyes brimming B L and Master M A M S and M over with happy tears and when he had L Degrees Also Commercial and Elec- with the tears on it was ever before him finished and she realized that the load To night was Christmas eve and all day tive Cour dressed of harrassing debt was to be lifted her A full facultv of able and experienced long a procession of richly mothers and fathers thronged the store face took on a reverent shade of joyful a specialist in his department men each Attendance last session 36 from 25 buying buying from full purses while thanksgiving and taking Lionels band Mary his true faithful wife whose in hers she said gently Let us pray States and Territories Mas F M Howakd More than 100000 seventeen years of married life bad been New Gymrasium added to the endowment last year one long struggle witn toll and care had CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES Expenses moderate 240 for only a pitiful two dollars with which to 175 to tuition board washing and servants do her Christmas shopping and it A toy dealer guarantees to deliver attention grieved him to the very hearts core presents at the house without the small The rush was over now and in a half boy seeing them PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT hour more the great establishment It is said that a stocking has been in Prof R L Pulli am MA Principal would be closed when an errand boy rented that will hold a drum and a bob and two assistants give undivided atten- touched his arm Mr Dale would like lled tion to the thorough instruction and dis- to see you in the private office sir he A climbable Christmas tree will be con- Â¬ cipline of pupils said respectfully sidered one of the most useful inventions The new Gymnasium contains a large Lionels heart sank in his bosom like by fathers who have a houseful of small study hall seated with single deWs convenient recitation rooms and all the equip lead Coi11 it be that in addition to his boys other misfortunes he was going to lose One of the most Ingenious novelties of nit nt of a first class training school This engagementhad Careful attention given to phvsical his situation the year Is a contrivance to keep the training Stidents have access to the been provisionary and his employer had youngsters eyes closed when Santa gxmnasium and go through daily drills made no sign as to whether his service Claus is making his visit under the direction of a Profe sor Ho crawled rather A lovers thermometer fills a long felt was acceptable Oratorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue ap than walked to the office in hi want A young man has only to test for the past had the warmth of his girls affection to nervous dread ply to been so persistently unkind to him learn whether she expects a watch and L H BLANTON Chancellor that he was coming to dread the future shain or only a box of bon bons 9- Sit down Sit down sir said Mr Optical illusion has at last been A Dale cheerfully tdapted to a practical purpose Lionel took a scat near the prosper- Â¬ Frenchman has invented a device which Op ous business man who noticed as he makes a pretty girl fail to see that she did so the look of care and dejection on is standing under the mistletoe until it bis employes thin face Is too late It has been my custom air for some Santa Claus says that the modern On the 1st dav of November 1S9O there years to make my employes a little sbimneys are a nuisance as tboy land came to mv place at the mouth Of Upper present on Christmas eve he proceed- Â¬ bim away down in the cellar in a red Howards CreeU in Madison county ed genially as he took a bill from hi hot furnace and then half the time IWC01 A desk drawer and laid it in Lionels the cellar door is locked Dansville I presume you can find a use Breeze with snip nose and four white feet about hand ears old Owner can have same by for it or if you can not no doubt the A new skate will be put on the market 15 good wife can eh paving all charges and proving properly this year Tho inventor claims it can as- Â¬ A URUMBACK Lionel looked at the bill in dumb J bo put on in half the time that other Dec 1st 1S90 25 28 tonishment if an angel had come in and ttyles take Those who have watched a clapped him on the shoulder be would young man put on bis best girls skates not have been more surprised for it was will not feci disposed to dispute this a fifty dollar bill jlaim Judge I have But sir he stammered The Madison County Bible Society has Til j CrTl of Kin Brooks in been with you so short a time 1 have at thedrug store of Stockton Richmond a large number of BBles and not merited such consideration ror Williams Hohenzol All of Testaments They offer them at extremely Thats all right sir Youll have lern ancestors bora since ITM as well buy ample opportunity to make it up in your as himself bis brothers and sisters low prices to those who are able to and propose to give them away to al who future years of service for I do not in-Â¬ have been rookc d in the same cradle Ministers throughare liOt able to buy tend to part with so faithful an assist Â¬ This ancient family couch is a clumsy out the county are requested to see that ant affair of oak and richly carved Around tne poor of their respective vicinities are There was more in the manner than the four sides is cut in Roman letters supplied In the kind deed itself and Lionels the text He hath gicn his angels W L CRUTCHER President beart bounded up with gratitude He barge over thee and they keep thee in - 8 Mad Nat Bank 49thought of Mary and of the many many all thy ways uses the money could be put to warm A Mi in iMi RflTeiop blankets the winter cloak Mary had vell knowu i A German of Boston needed for years and but his face was a dunning letter in his tho South End recently took a trip v felL There hi There ho did pocket at that moment which he had the Batherland The Store House on Main Street now concealed from Mary from the holder Uving he turned the scale at 350 p uni occupied by W B Benny from January of a note against him for fifty dollars His body was cremated and the re en mains weighing six ovr Apply to me or J E Green and peremptorily demanding payment 1st 1891 closed in an envelope and tent io fa leaf at Richmond National Bank Â¬ No no it would be wrong to appro WILL JENNINGS priate one dollar of the gilt for personal family in Boston by mail rf Â¬ needs Mr Dale was a shrewd reader cf faces and Lionels thin anxious faco had appealed to his sympathies strongly since he had entered the office and he noted the change of expression he said kindly What is it Webb You look depressed and troubled As Lionel heard the kind voice and looked into the kind face an impulse camo to him to tell this man his troubles It was so hard to bear it alone and to wear a smiling face over a beart so filled with anxious care and hardly knowing what he said he poured out his story of the past of Mary and of her pitiful shopping to day It hurts me so Mr Dale be said in conclusion that I can not use even a dollar of your gener- Â¬ ous gift for her How much now would cover this en- Â¬ asked Mr Dale tire indebtedness He was drumming thoughfully on his desk and looking keenly at Lionel not in blame or in doubt of the truth of bis story but in making an effort to put himself in anothers place Fifteen hundred dollars would pay every dollar Mr Dale reflected in the light of his millions the sum seemed a very trifle yet hero was a man whose strength and happiness were being wasted for tho lack of it What would you say then if I should loan you this money and let you work it out gradually as you can afford it Say sir I should work on wings it would make my heart so light Then put on your wings returned for well have the Mr Dale smiling matter arranged at an early date And now go home and spend this money for Mary and the children with a clear con- science Mary was filling the stockings when Lionel came home and poor soul she bad evidently been shedding tears over the task A pretty ruche and ribbon for Jennie and a pair of stockings and winter gloves for Amy the merest necessities amid the ocean of lovely tempting things she had seen that day a pair of warm gloves for Lionel which he would not buy for himself lay in her bureau drawer and there had been just enough left to buy a small chicken for tho Christmas dinner for a turkey was not to bo thought of this year She bad not heard him when he opened the outer door softly and he ancy happy had drawn pict Up U 117 T ures oi uniiib s eagerness The iV old man had just put some swret potatoes in the fire to roast when a toy said Grandady tell us erbout er Chrismas er long time ergo fo do wan v en you wuz er slave Huh we had Chrismusses sho null in dem days but I reckon da peered happier caze I wuz young at tie time I berlonged tor er ole man named John Peter Thomas Ho wanter bac pusson but he had er mighty heep o cuis ways erbout him I ricklecks one Chris- muss in de specially- - Ulo marster ne He got inter trouble wid do church had been er mighty man in dc congor gation furnished all do wood fur ter keep de house wam an olo mlstiss she mighty nigh alius baked de sackerment bread One day de preacher an I neber did like de man ho wuz so stuck up borrid marsters hoss ter rido ter town an I reckon he muster got drunk ur suthin fur wen he got back do hoss vuz putty nigh dead he had been rased so hard Marster didnt like it er tall an he gun ter talk ter do preache- - er bout it an de preacher ho talk sorter short an den marster whupped him whupped him awful too Wall de church tuck it up an marster got inter er quarrel wid de head men an bless yo hearts da V Â¬ WB mv nil rr drens tVrt il faces Many suppose that such names as White Gut etc are Sitting Bull but cognomens of convenience given the Indians by army officers post traders and other white men having dealings with thorn This is not tho case says a writer in the Chicago EvenThe fantastic names are ing Journal literal translations of the real names of Â¬ 5 id for Your Trade was made and o UB Fall view Winter purchase best quali with a of offering the i tea Bureau tho Indians of Ethnology has devoted a Teat deal of attention to the Mbjeet of nomen- Â¬ clature among the aborigim a with very unsatisfactory VelPl ISE GOT - established name lie V is results This much is The Indian boy has no a plain Indian boy until j Our prices may ties at lowest figures startle but thev will not vex the careful buyer P3 MV EYE ON YHU gers but you better blebe da soon gun tor laugh on de yuder side da mouths Ole marster he lowed dat he wuz done wid ligion dat he wanteben gwine ter keep Chrismuss Dis made us look powerful blue I tell you We had been in do habit o restin an joyin oursefs fur er whole week All wed hatter do wuz ter git up er nuff wood ter lasn er week an den wed bo ez frr e c z birds WVtl roam ober de country an ketch rabbits an hunt possoms at night au Irib dances wid do gals an jes hab er hih But all dis wuz gwine time all roun De ole man wuz gwine bo stopped niako us work all through do Chris- Â¬ muss Dar wuz or sort o Guinea nigger libed in the cabin next ter mine Ho Â¬ turned marster out It tickled do nig- Â¬ C4LL sep P M POPE s V4alSSffl5H mgssnMaj i look out Doan furgit em on de day o de Chrismuss John Peter Thomas Den do voico hushed an olo marster groaned Atter whilo we rid on an bimeby tho olo pusson said Jake doan you say or word o whut has took place tor night 1 wuz jest er foolin bout you folks not habin no Chrismuss 1 want gwine say nuthin fur I wuz mighty nigh skeered outen my raw hide shoes I tell you an wen I got ter my cabin I wuz so cited dat I bumped bof De next sides o do do ez I went in day marster call us all up an say Iso mighty sorry dat you thought I want Wy de gwine gin you no hollerday Lawd know I lub you an stead o habin er week wy bless yo souls you Ho looked at me wen ho may hab two say dis but he neeter fur I wantgwine ter say er word de Lawd knowd fur I want done bein skeered at dat minit Dar wuz er mighty heep o happiness in do qnarter dat night an while I wuz settin by de fire mos ready ter go ter bed who should come in but old Chuck Whut I tell you says he You tole me de truf an nuthin shorter but I clar I thought you dun les yo mine Say ef you swar you n3ber mention it I will tell you suthin Will you swar Yas say be I will swar Den I tole him whut had happened Ef you swar not ter an den ho say 1 say nuthin Ill tell you suthin swore an den he laughed like he gwine take er fit an atter he got able which peered ter be er monstus ling time ho wuz so tickled he say ho did Man up er bendin tree er haw haw White nan an er niggt r come ridin er long Man up de tree called de name o do white man White man gits skeered an gallops his boss Man drapped down outen de tree cuts through do woods gits inter er nuder tree ahead o do whito man an gins him some haw er haw some advice White man do next day call up do niggers ter he ho you know de rest Wall chillun the old man contin ped I sotdar er lookin at Chuck an or thinkin dat he wuz sartinly do smart- Â¬ est pusson I eber seed in my life an I sometimes wonders whut ho would er Po olo man been ef ho had er liben One Chrismuss we laid him down under do big red oak tree Tako yere lemmo rit deze sweet taters outen do fire Opif P Read A WOMAN PRIVATE j iTLMlaf JzPhXB3Sp THE CHRISTMAS STORY TELLER wuz er mighty funny pusson an da called him Chuck Well atter we foun out de thing had dun been settled an dat we want gwine ter git no Chris- Â¬ muss I went inter Chucks cabin one night tor greavo wid him as I had dun Chuck he greaved wid all de yuders wuz er settin by do Are makin ar cross bow Whut you gwine do wid dat says I Shoot rabbits wid itduriif do Chris muss says he Wy doan you know dat ole marster aint gwine gin us no Chrismuss So I doan know dat Wall its time you wuz er flndin out iu Oh no aint gwine taint Ole mars thinks he gin us no Chrismuss but he How you know Neber mine suthin dun been er whisperin ter me Yas an will whisper er long time fo you 6hoot no rabbits wid dat ar cross bow durin dis here comin Chrismuss All right ef you thinkj so hab it yo own way but I tell you 3at dis is goin ter be one de mos joyable Chris- Â¬ musses you eber seed I doan know bow it gwine come says I Oh inebby not but you aint er very smart pusson nohow I thought de Guinea nigger had dun los his mine an I got up an went ter my cabin an lay down mighty sorrer Romantic Aceoant of a Female Soldier ef the Revolutionary War Among tho applications filed for mem- Â¬ bership in the Sons of the American Revolution at a recent meeting says a letter from Washington was one which contained tho details of a- veritable ro- Â¬ mance 1iof Gilbert Thompson who en bis fathers sido is descended from a private revolutionary soldier also claims nt from a private soldior on his mothers side this soldier bein r Deb- Â¬ orah Sampson Gannett Herein lies tho romance In an affidavit mado by her when she relinquished her invalid pension and received tho benefit of the act of Congress passed March IS 1S0S bhe testified as follows Deborah Gannett of Sharon county of Norfolk district of Massachusetts makes oath that sho served as a private soldier under the name of Robert Shurt eff in the war of tho revolution for upward of two years in the manner fol- owing viz Enlisted in April 1TS1 in he company commanded by Captain George Webb in tbe Massachusetts regiment commanded by Colonel Sher- perd and afterward by Colonel Henry Jackson and served until November was honorably dis 1783 when she charged in writing which discharge is lost She was at the capture of Cornwal and lis was wounded at Tarrytown now receives a pension from the United - he grows up and becomes a buck or a Then ho is christened not warrior A formally but by general consent XUTJTJTJTJTTUTnxUTJTTUTr name is given him that may indicate a physical excellence a physical peculiar- ity prowess in war or the chase a men- tal trait a habit a resemblance to something in nature the possession or I i absence of property or a dozen other WORLD things In making a treaty with a tribe I of Indians it is necessary to secure the I WANTS THE 0 signature of every male member of tho tribe These documonts as filed in the archives of the Government offer some The last volume very curious reading published of tho session sots of the United States Congress contains in full 1H 0 certain treaties as to reservation bound Â¬ made with Assinniboines Black aries Feet Gros Ventre Piegan Blood and River Crow Indians In each instance tho name of the Indian and the transla- Â¬ tion is written out followed by the his X mark and a seal For instance tho H is Assinnibome Chief Big Star 4 A casual glance over the columns of signatures will give somo idea of tho 4-fantastic diversity of Indian names si There is a preponderance of such names as Big Bear Iron Horn Bull Fast Horse White Horse Little Bull Wolf Panther Mountain Lion Physical peculiarities are indicated by such names as The rhjTjiruaruTJxriJTJTnj uTri Thigh Poor Shoulder Blade Walks Like a Boy Hawk Tracks Wrinkled COME Face Red All Over Throat of Bull Left Hand Squint Eyes Ono Eye No Eyes Iron Voico Womans Hip No Hand Turns Crooked Iron Legs Loud Voiced Elk Yellow Teeth SwiDgs His Thigh One Big Leg Brocky Lazy Man Laughing Faco Stands High Head Like an Arrow and Crooked Arm Confirmed habits and disposition may perhaps bo indicated by such names as Dirty Ear Shaved Clean Strikes Smells Smokes at Night His Breast of Tobacco Beats Steals Tobacco Lying White Man The His Wife Dirty Robes Kicking Glutton OF TIE S E Cold Feot Chief Coward Woman Man Who Stole a Gun at Night Man Loves Tobacco Steals Women Within a space taken up by fifteen names is found in a Blackfeet treaty warriors bold answering to tho improb- Â¬ able combination of Stands Dim Off Whisky Hard Wots His Mouth Looking Man and Bad Hat Exploits and physical prowesa are per petuated in the nam s of tho braves and glancing over the list at random the eye is struck by such designations as Big Brave Strangled the Wolf Chief All Chief on the Prairie Good Stabber Under Swim- Â¬ Over Good Shield Good Warrior mer Man Who Dont Ready to Shoot Tako It Run Fight the Bear Good Many Shot and Alive Wounds Some of the names bestowed carry Of with them contempt and derision Grand- Â¬ such aro Stays in Camp Lots Temporary Married mother Squaw of Sleep Cat Shooter The Only One Price Cash Clothiers Un Â¬ Beater Takes Back Gifts YelAll Goes Gambler lucky Bail Tempered low Liver Bear Nearly Poor Goose Scared Out Doad Captured Some idea of tho worldly possessions KiK I IKCIIT OlKT IIEKK of certain Indians is carried with such f Rpeedwetl Is a candiÂ¬ B Ii vrll Heavy names as Twelve Blankets date for ir iiit Court Orrk of MadiaonMany Horses Gun Two Guns Miliiccl Io the action of thu lieuioM-Wolf eratle party Many Apes Many Arrows Necklace Plenty to Eat teeth RICHMOND KY Bear Skin Cap Leather Lejrgin and Tall Rat Tho variety of names indicating famed resemblances in appearnce man- Â¬ ners or voice to birds and animals swells the strange list to such extent as to permit only of passing mention THE r-- P a WHOLE -- L 0 0 0 W 3 td m 0 0 u o td HI Tj h r o IF SO AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc ASSORTMENT S THUJlHiR 0 Jt Â¬ So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price ffllBlttUlimim till III IBM V0RESS CHOOLFIEIMCO ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ MADISON Monumental Works G0RMLEY -- Â¬ Taken as as stray Sorrel 0 bTblesfor everybody7 Â¬ enlist as a soldier in the continent- Â¬ al service for threoyears in the Fourth fuL De next day marster tole mo dat ho regiment was mustered in on tho 28d want me ter go up ter town wid him ter of the same month was wounded and stan berhine his cheer an wait on him continued in tho service until dis at de hotel table er habit dat do white charged by General Knox at West Point October lbo In accordance with folks hab in dem days an I thoughtdat atter we got out on de road would hab this petition a resolution was passed er chance ter talk him outen dat cision January 29 1792 signed by John Han dat he dun cum ter in de regards ter cock and sho was paid thirty four Chrismuss But somehow I didnt hab pounds the note bearing interest from de nerve ter mention it ter him ez wo October ZS 1793 The Female Review published In 1797 was gwine an den I lowed ter mersof gave her a very lengthy notice and bore dat wait till we como back It wuz putty lato in de night ez wo testimony to her heroic conduct and unDar had been or blemished character rode toward homo little skift o snow an de yetb looked II ikIt Cane like er sheet dun been spread out on it You bavo often been in somo position Every thing wuz so ghost like dat I didnt see how he could git mad at mo where you would ivo petty much any fur talkin ter him so I says says I thing for a light when you have been Marster Christmuss will scon be yere obliged to fire Wuf und goon your way won t i t disconwlate It is just thiscontirgenc Husb yo mouf says he dar aint says the ZlJLtfO Ec iug Journal AaS no sicher thing ez Chrismuss Dar uster a diaiT in canes and umbrolhxi habeen roviding arain u This deryer aas be but iar aint now I thought it wur gwins keep on jes bucctidt1 in inventing a cancvieh has an oltjtrio iiut The o sjf tho cane like it allis d d layi Doan make no diffunco whut you oaaerOWa arJ grchWe a sr all incan thought an mon dat ef jou say er desce i bureec This latest application nnther word on dat subjeck Ill make of tbe snolo fluid imifa of a cano you git offen dis hoss I wuz ridin be with a aoiow L hank in hieh is snugly stored 4 frrv sij lJlery Thii is of hln him an walk home u power toRipply a current for You better blebe I hushed up It b only occasional use and waz monstuss skeery right er long dar it can be readily re- an I woulder tuck er duck fit ef he wnen Beved If you drop your pocket book hador made me git down Wall we turned off Inter a skirt o on the street at nibt if you want to woods an rid erlong whar de trees bung consult your watch if tho key hole Is Putty scion I think dodgii g alter tho frequent manner of low ober de road my blood gwine ter freeze br voice keyhcies all you have to do is to touch frum it seemed liko way up yandor call a outrton and the electric cano goes into service and there you are with a light out John Poter Thomas J ohn Peter at your disposal ITS2 Â¬ 1 I 1 was induced and by tho name of Robert Shurtletf did on May 20 Slates In January 1T92 sho petitioned the Legislature of Massachusetts and stated that from zeal for the good of her coun- Â¬ try she The Smoking car Quite a chango appears to be taking place in tbe general opinion as to the best arrangement of smoking room accommodations on some classes of pas- Â¬ senger trains and it is quite possiblo that the common smoking car will be- Â¬ fore long cease to form a part of the bet- Â¬ ter class of trains Quito a number of railroads have constructed their chair cars with smoking moms of sufficient capacity to provide accommodations for the occupantsof each car The practice of thus furnishing a smoking room for each oar is rapidly extending to the common day coaches and a number of very prom- Â¬ inent roads are putting a smoking com Â¬ partment in nearly every car that they are building some even fitting up the sec ond class day coaches in this man nor German Conscripts Military conscription is beingenforced in Oermany with moro than usual strin- Â¬ gency and tho Socialist leaders are de A Cologne cor Â¬ nouncing the systeia respondent of tho London News says it is a pitiful spectacle to see the squads of German conscripts at tho various sta tions awaiting enforced transportation They look from home and friends more like convicts on the way to jail than recruits for the army of the Em pire and as they are surrounded by throngs of woeping and wailing rela Â¬ tives the cruelty of the system forces itself on tho mind of tho observer Just now these oonscripts are being driven to tho military depots in droves from all parts of Germany and sadness reigns in every village anil bamioL Â¬ HAS THE- - FNE3T LINE OF Saddlery Every AND - Character MONUMENT STATVARY and grade of Monumental Woik the smallest stone to the mo Mini RICHMOND Horse 0 tills HAS EVER HAD n OR MOST SLABORATE Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application Imported Native Marble Call W C GormlcY Co and GRANITE always on hand and see me REMOVAL I A D FLORA Proprietor HAVE MOVED MY RICHMON O COIL AND LUMBER Â¬ lianaoa Pipe Mr Stanleys expedition bas brought Is light some curious specimens of pipes from equatorial Africa Surgeon Park has mado careful drawings of The simplest specimen of a them rough and ready pipe is that used by tbo natives of tho Aruwimi and Ituri forests Its stem is a perforated banana stock The bowl is a banana leaf rolled up into a funnol like a grocers paper and inserted into a holo cut Into the stem A Blacksmith Shop to mv new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doing the best of work more rapiJly than ever before Will be pleased to see all my old pa tro and many new ones Remernber I have moved to Third CO T ship to sell HE undersigned have formed a partner all kinds of Coal and Lum and re ber at the lowest al patronage from The varus are 1 i Street bet Iivine and North Streets ii- - j S L MIDRIFF where we will build a warehouse upon the thia completion of the new ra T S Br place - M M HARBiR SOU 1 MILLER Â¬ Thomas Whoa call me says ole mars Who dat A Sauk for an Kxquinitc FOR RENT -- John Peter Thomas Cohn Peter Thomas Mussyful Lnwd who dat callin me sklamed de old man an ho socked de spurs in de boss an erway ho went down ie road Dar wuz er big benct in de road an marster kep ridin wic bis head tucked down an not savin a word till wo got roun dat bond an den jest ez bo gunter talk ter me in er skeered sort o Dis time way yere come de voice ergir by life is a comparatively cheap luxury to ntityand day Tho war amounting to tho murl requirement of tbe bath is first softened by stirring into the tub finely sifted oat meal to half a pint of gly corine it into it two drops of attar of roses Tbi bath softens the skin and blends perfume into each lino of the body The bath of rosea so often mentioned writers on tho luxurious age of Rome liaby liorg r Alarm A Brooklyn baby belonging to a rich Upholsterer and Furniture It pairer CarAll work neatly family setup a great squalling atone pet laying a specialty oclock in the morning and when the done Eighteen ears experience ihop family had turned out to hunt for pareÂ¬ 109 Irvine st 2nd door from Post office 20 27 goric It was discovered that burglars had packed up six thousand dollars worth of stuff and were ready to leave i rBffv Aw1la with It Babys yells frightened teem I UlllllmV iWlHl away and tho threatened spanking was turned into ahuggingr match You can depend surance agent a RICEEMONT PLOIBIIB Gas Fitting All orders OV1 ran Teed pany v CO Sanitary Plumbing Steam prorr ed k and work pipe ased to be rules and upon New i ors Inter of tho eariiesl Ocean it tho life in Â¬ UUilmfcCBPPl ctlaMf MIW oppcife H 15 Main Sirs Post office Jam dress Lock Box jm DO YOO ENOW THAT UNDER A Nagro OBLIGATIONS Sermon NOTICE flat flewed- dataa rathah ebil lome mo or less An I notice dat de back log so en Ole Crimp Is on da Farsons Christmas had Insisted on getting breakfast The DIFFERENT DOCTORS exercise flushed her cheeks and John stole furtive and admiring glances at tier She was vaguely like somebody Physicians of tho Radical and Mys- Â¬ he had seen before tical Schools They sat down one on each side of SVEET VIOLET8 They Have Always Been Popular Are So StllL Violets in every shade and almost every shape are being worn on every occasion Never before has this aweet little flower been such a favorite It la worn in the morning in the afternoon and at nigh in tho button hole of the riding habit and on the corsage of the WOMEN MADE GRACEFUL Physical Tralni aa for the Sex Fair READY -- 1 BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Q tral Keattackj FA ST ute from Cen breast crackles Lor Ail li 23SStFr jji Wfitift i Bur W C HAVE W FITZPATRICK CO tnhn pike an de frost is on de faince An Sant Claus 11 soon be hyah so cbilun bab some saince I seed Their Methods In the Treatment of Their Cases and Personal Bearing Toward Their Patients Physicians Faith In Themselves PttMOISKLY WHAT YOU WANT IN FOUR KITCHEN WE REFER TO THE UNSURPASSED Jais de oddah night W id a span ob balky reindyans bofe um dapple gray an white Dey war hitched up to a monsus look alllgatab In sleigh An ailed wid pifts to de ehilun piled ebery which un way Hab any ob yo ehilun bin a slnnn f Or a sassln yo suppearyahs or a grinalnf Yo bettah read yo Bible bout ole Moses an de laws Foh yos undah obligashuns to Ole Santa Claus How mary ob yo DOWN THE MOUNTAIN HE SPRANG Ifasaas im on Ole ruff t war I ehilun bin a tendln to de church An done made up yo minds to leabe de debbil in fie lurch Hab yo tended up to Sunday school an listend to yo teachah Does yo always drap anlckcl In to try an spote yo preacaah Am you willful to yo fartdah or yo muddaht Docs yuh pcrtcrvate yo sistah or yo bruddah Yo biltaii change yo tacticks cause well jeas the table Flic heaped his plate and then she leaned her head on her hand and her face paled and her voice trembled John Roach she said he had not What are you doing told her his name here Why are you not at home with your people The man started as if shot His face turned white through all the brown upon it ho said hoarsely Who are you that you know me Who are you I say The woman leaned forward shading her eyes with her hand John dont you know mo Oh my Dotty Waters he said God Yos uadah obilgashuna Claus Ixv now to Ole Santa LexinytoE L Bee AND Range Kin yo ansuah all dese questions dat vo pas- VrJ Ef yo kaint yo bettah haug yo haids en nevah say a word Foh yo pasta sort ob reckons dat de debblls bin bon in yuh An when Ole Saita Claus comes roun hell surely be agin yuh 8o of any ob yo ehilun bin a slnnln Or a sassin yo suppearyans or a grinnin Yo bettah read yo Bible dont yo hesitate or pause Kase yos undah obligashuns now to Ole Santa Claus Bow Hacklkt cook FOR STOVE JOHNNY ROACH Turkey Then he crossed quickly to hor and lifted her up in his arms trembling the while as if palsy stricken Dotty he said Why Dorothy they told me you had died of a fever in the marshes that was long ago more than twenty years Have you come back to life again Dotty like them folks in the Uible and was it true that you said youd never marry me His eyes were misty she freed her- Â¬ self from his embrace drew her chair Yoli UALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY TOR WINTER Christmas Nicht in Creek Canyon Alr m i iS RECRUITED in 01 Twenty years of him ape JEWETTS BASE BURNER Guns and Ammunition Y1 Contractors and Builders XIITOI TG WCriTZPATRICKCO one inch long and the thi- Â¬ nnest loosest jointed big boned specimen of humanity I 18 THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART T ever did see In our zouave RE COMING A PA EC W K H A V B TB E BID uniform he was truly a holy show tho gau- Â¬ dy dress had at- Â¬ tracted him and being hard and sound as a pine knot he mustered in Color Serjreant John Rouch twice CAN HAVE THE FUN AND shook good bye with mo in 65 He had hurried homo to Maine after muster-out was hardly missod until he was lack again more quiet than ever seemingly saddenod lie llowed hed go West and be went Noarly thirty years later I learned more of Johnny Roachs life and fort-Â¬ WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES unes 111 try to tell it story wise It was Christmas eve at Saw Mill Gulch Johnny lived near there He had gone West to be a sheep raisor so he pre empted a claim in Turkey creek canyon built a cabin and settled him- Â¬ self to hold down three hundred and twritj acres Here ho lived with Tab as his only companion Tib was a cat He had t3ken her ji one stormy night a poor starved creatu c now she was fat and but It wa Christmas eve and Johnny was lonesome Tab was asleep so she was no conpany V 6peak of Tab sad rfohn at last it takes a thunderin lot of sleep to do you but I I dont know but as youre right Just men aDove tne roaring oi trie storm arose a fearful cry as of one call- Â¬ TOAOQTTAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY Or TEE COUNTHY WILL OBTAljJ ing for help Once twice it rang out MUCH VALUABLE IHTCB4ATON FBOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF with awful clearness and then died away as if in an agony of despair Tho cat waked jumped toward her master and mewed as she looked up into bis face John took down the old musket and fingered the lock listening intently all the art Again that shrill imperative vet imploring cry It was a human voice The man swore as he thought how he had been deceived into thinking that call for help the shriek of a wild beast He drew on his fur cap and ereat coat lighted his lantern and strode forth into You stay here the dreadful night KTab and keep house he said soothing- Â¬ f ly to the cat as he shut the door of his cabin Down the mountain he sprang sure- Â¬ Tho storm in Â¬ footed as a chaiiiois creased in intensity every moment and it was verj cold Ho kept on doggedly like himself until he came to a nar- Â¬ row point in the canyon where tho wag Â¬ on track was crowded into tho creek and THE CHICAGO RCCK ISLiND PACIFIC lULWAY there was only room for a wagon to pass Including- main linos branches and extensions East and West of the by closest driving Missouri River To ail points East North and Northwest frnm K He looked upon a strange scene City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via AlER LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthiwrton Sioux Fall3 Wat i A buck board Has thore turned town Minneapolis St Iaul and intervening towns and cities it is tho over the horso attached to it lay short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati and Eastern and Southern points converging at in the water and a woman - CityNashvilleconstitutes it also sat bolt upright on a bowlder near by THE SHORT LIKE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM afraid to move for fear of plunging into the creek and doinir the only thing she THE MISSOURI RIVER could using her lungs It traverses vast areas of the richest fanning and grazing lands in the world forming the speediest most popular and economical syt em of John put down his lantern waded to transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kansas Col Â¬ the rock lifted the woman in his strong orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclininp Cnair Cars bcrw n Kansafc City ana Caldwell Hutchinson and Bodg City and Pullman arms and carried her back across the Paiace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson torrent to the narrow path I reckon can walk now she then MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS said sharply Leading all competitors in splendor or equipment cool in summer warmed toy steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from dust Dont bo too sure about that John leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on rrrival of trains from the East answered but ho put her down for sho and Southeast with elegant Dav Coaches Pullman Palace Simpers and FREE Reclining Chair Care RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to was tall and hi vy and besides it was Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at Important in Â¬ very easbarraaaiag to have a woman so tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con- Â¬ near him venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals at seasonaDlc hours and at moderate prices Dont fear me she said If I slip THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Ill catch hold your coat Goon So John rescued the horse and lead Â¬ To Manitou Pikei Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain iaano spnners tne mountain parse nimirur camps ana cities snmiary ing the animal with the woman close flshinc- irrounas and scenic attractions of Colorado i it so behind him went on until the light of vjns are equipped with every inoaern Improvement convenience coinort and luxurious enjoyment his window streamed out upon them Imse connections at terminal cities in Colorado In Union La mo that looks comfortable she and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Fort Worth and all other diverging lines said aps Ttme Tables Folders copies of the Western Trail He flung the door open and she en Â¬ dseuod monthly cr further desired information address tered and stood before the Are She JOHN SEBASTIAN E ST JOHN was a wholesome healthy tall woman Oenl ticket Pass AeiU Haer Kinaer CHICAOO ILL with a round rosy face and sparkling shrewd yet kindly bla k eyes and her dress when outer wrappings were re- Â¬ moved was neat almost to primness John was speechless with admiration He stood like a school boy blushing and L Proprietor awkward The woman turned and smiled Limestone Street Opp 0 8c 0 Depot The thirty third session of this noted If I was you she said Id sit school for young ladies and girls will down LEX1NCTOM- KY open on Soon after the horse was provided for New Building and Furniture they had tea it put more life into tho woman and sho told John that sho had Will Lighted and Ventilated come to Turkey creek canyon to take up A full corps of competent teachers a claim She had not been afraid to able Curriculum Prices reasonatravel alone but tho storm had caught ble GOOD BAR ATTACHED her and thanks to him she was safe For Catalogues or other particulars call She said she was a New Englander but on or address 2 and 250 per Day not from Maiuc Sho was rather reti- Â¬ RATES cent about herself B C HAGERMANIrin 9- 49 4v When the clock struck twelve both started and blushed It was spark 1 A 6 WILLIAMSON M CHKNAULT J J BKUOKS ing time in New England and ChristÂ¬ CITY KNCJ1M mas morning at that At first both looked grave Then they Civil Engineer and Surveyor BROOKS CHENAULT aliened Its no nan talkino rf rxv- so we may as well said she time prepare to sit here all night and talk m sorry to rob you of your rest Town Loi but you look strong and I guess it LAND BURVE lin hmond Kknticky went hurt you i Ltec MK cial attention tivei Christmas joorning broke The storm to U - hial map lists of City and Country Prop- had passed The sun laughed in Lree farm and uther laiul- erty iioperly sold and bought on heavens and the sky was blue aa ifthe it lee solicited with par i solicited were June They stood on the door Â¬ 4 lauds iu roouuUin P i rveoiucKy e in John Bennetts law step and viewed the splendid panorama Office City Hall Richmond Ky office Branch office at Stockton Then they went into the house John 9- sat on the bed and whittled the woman Brooks Drug rjtore 38- - six feet ball dress it surrounds long court Not the Regulars and the Homes trains in thick garlands it encircles paths Discussion as to their respective white throats and adorns dark and fair merits is quite as much out of plaoe hair What blossom says the New York nowadays a3 a heated argument on the Tribune can ever endear Itself to claims of Calvanism and Arminianism women as this modest fragrant litPeople bold their medical faith at the tle ono does this flower of legend present day through no exercise of tho which if tradition is to be believed was reasoning faculty but by sheer pig ance a damsel sweet and lovely The headodness as the old theologians were violet was long long ago Ian the a wont to hold their dogmas and they en- - favorite nymph of Artemis Apollo fell tertain toward patrons of the opposing in love with her and the goddess wish- Â¬ school whatever it be a contempt com ing to protect her from he gods pur-Â¬ pared with which tho odium theolog lanthe however suit dyed her blue icum is as brotherly love Tho two pined and fretted at the loss of her schools to which reference is now to be beauty to such an extent that Artemis made are not recognized in the cycloperegretful at her mistaken interference dias nor among the profession but they changed her into a violet to put an end exist all tho same and tho line which to her torment The old poets say also separates them i3 drawn clearly and that Jupiter caused the violets to grow sharply across all the old medical sects as food for lo while she wandered on and pathies tho face of tho earth In the form of a There are all sorts of good names for heifer Many more legends surround those two classes of the nodical faculty the violet as with a halo of poetry It writes Arthur B Boatwiok in the New is said to have tcen tho sweet York Saturday Uaview We may call est of flowers tho all of them the Recondite and tho Familiar alleged is Calypso t Eden the Mystic and the Frank the Grandiose was born in beds of violet blue and tho Simple or tio reader may and in ancient days garlands of violets choose a new designation to suit himplaced on tho brow were considered a self The physician of the former cure for hoadacho and dizziness It has s bears tho same relation school or cla been often tho emblem of royalty and to his patients that an oraclo of old did was also the Napoleonic flower It has to its suppliants His utterances are been mentioned by Homer as the love- Â¬ His manpositive often monosyllabic liest of blossoms and it nestled in franer leads you to conclude at once that grant banks aganist Plinys villa at ho knows absolutely what ails you Rome at a glance or at least by tho In Paris tho advent of the street aid of a few skillfully directed is hailed joyfully by the rich His bearing is commonly questions poor who alike delight in the penehigh and mighty if be descends to and of the life giving perfamiliarity it is only too evident to trating freshnessfavorite flower of Em- Â¬ fume It is the those about him that he is conscious of press Eugenie as it was that of EmperÂ¬ the vastnessof such a descent Some of or Frederick of Prussia and of the murtho most skillful and able physicians dered Czar Alexander II Shortly after in the various branches of tho profession j1 of the Prince Imperial are numbered in this clas and it is not the fearf death in Zululand Queen Victoria sent Emto be denied that tho effect of their press Eugenie a miniature of her dead bearing upon a certain kind of patient son in a frame of violets made of ameSome people like to have is beneficial In imbedded in emerald leaves authority exercised over them they thysts fourteenth century Clemence Isaure to feel that thoy aro in the hands the liko when separated from her troublesome of one greater than thoy who holds lover sent him a violot in token of her over them the wand of lifo or death and the blossoms are associ ar d ly a twist of it can kill or cure constancy the last sad thoughts gath ated with They do not want to know what they burial of poor mad If thoy are told aught ered around the are taking boat their ailments they wish it to bo Ophelia Lay her in the earth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ violet-- sellers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IT WAS SPAWKING TIMK A SPECIALTY for CASH m near his aud took both his hands in hers Her eyes were wot too I did No John she sad softly not die of fever and I never loved any one but you and J hen Dorothy Waters broke down and was comforted like a child and tlMM two old lovers sobbed out their hearts joy in that lonely cabin on Christ Â¬ mas morning It is needless to relate how John and had been lovers from childhood how evil tU gues had lied to him on his return from war and his simple heart believed them Why toll of tho long anguish tbeae two had suffered in that score of years The work knows these stories too well It needed no explanation to make John Dnderataad thit Dorothy had come on purpose to seek him Tho story of the night before vanished into thin air ten and v lie took her as tho best Christmas gift ver pave to man and when ho her face and haaed her ho regis- Â¬ tered a vow in his heart which hu will keep until the breath leaves him It was his Marriage rots Pom Bailie MICROBES AT WAR Wonderful Itevel ition Science of Modern The revelations of the microscope as to the existence of myriads of microbes in our bodies as well as in all that we oat and drink has caused timid people wonderment as to why reaturos are not more injurious and destructive than they actually are Writing in tho Speaker Sir Henry m explains how it is that even tho deadliest of those microbes may be found in the mouth or other partsof the body and yot their host bo perfectly healthy The question is not one of the mere presence of these organisms in tho body but entirely ono as to whether or not they find their way into the blood If they do not all is well if they do the most serious trouble fol- Â¬ lows Working with the microscope in M PasteurV laboratory in Paris a Russian physician If MetschinikofT has boon able to discover the secret of tho impo- Â¬ tence of tho microbe to penetrate into tho blood These most recent investi- Â¬ gations show that there are certain cells contained in the blood of all the higher animals termed phagocytes and identical with tho well known white blood corpuscles which are endowed with the power of independent motion and not only wander inside but even make their way outside the tissue and pursue de-Â¬ vour and digest any bacilli whether poisonous or not with which they come in contact This is in reality the true battle of life which although hitherto unknown and unobserved is constantly going on within tho body These phagocytes which are the watchful guardians of the body attack and annihilate tho bacilli before they can penetrate tho blood tissues So long as they remain on guard tho body it safe from attack but should they from any cause relax their vigilance then the invading army of parasites would pass into the system and destroy life either by the numerous mechanical lesions which it produces or by the poi- Â¬ son which it secretes This apparently independent life of tho cell within the organism is one of tho most marvelous revelations of modern science as woll as a remarkablo illustration of the ex- Â¬ treme nicety of the balance of nature much anxious Â¬ Â¬ 3jWK25jju done in tho most learned language pos- Â¬ sible the more Latin the better Pa- Â¬ tients of this class are largely of tho rentier sex but plenty of the so called sterner sex are to be found in its ranks Tho otter school of medicine acknowl Â¬ edges to start with that a physician is rarely certain in his diagnosis that he must usually experiment a littlo at first He tells his patient at the outset all he knows of tho case outlines the prospective treatment with all its pos- Â¬ sibilities of change and in short takes His the patient into his confidence manner is free from gramleir authority or mysticism and his language is col- Â¬ loquial and simple It is a disgrace to tho human race but wo shall bo forced to admit it that for probably the majority of patients this kind of treatment carried to its will not do at all logical end Only a man of tho greatest good sense combined with high educa tion and liberal culture can protlt by the extreme variety of this treatment and even such a one under tho pressure of physical pain may re- Â¬ vert to the condition of tho majority In practice most physicians of this school much as many of them would like to bo consistent and logical aro forced to adopt a half way course lean- Â¬ ing more or less toward tho mysticism and grandiloquence of tho opposite party A skillful practitioner will often vary his manner and methods according to his patient thus achieving tho best resu I I Therefore in practice there is a pretty even gradation from the extreme mystical to the extreme radical phy- Â¬ sician even some of tho former admit- Â¬ ting tho theoretical correctness of the radical views but maintaining that they are not practical It must be ad- Â¬ mitted however that most of tho mys Â¬ tics appear outwardly at least to have complete confidence in themselves and to believe fully in tho preternatural Whatever powers they seem to claim they may confess to themselves la tho secret recesses of their professional s tho public never hears them acknowledge even the possibility of their making a mistake If the disease does not yield to their blandishments whether allopathic homeopathic ec- Â¬ lectic or herbalistic so unteh tho worse Let it be anathema for for the disease existing when it ought not to exist If tho treatment bo altered there is no ac- Â¬ knowledgment that a new theory of the ailment is to be tested tho patient is led to infer that tho change of raedicino is part of a plan formed within tho deep cs of the mystics brain at tho out- Â¬ Â¬ And from her fair und unpolluted flesh May violets orlng In the south of France great fields of violets white purpjo and blue fill the air with overpowering perfume and nothing can equal tho beauty of these far strew hing carpets of velvoty flowers framed by tall hedges of arbutus and aloes under the azure southern sky OLD STYLE SPANKING recently warden of the State penitentiary at Joliet is now the successful warden of tho State reformatory at Hunting xn Pa He has conMcClaughry Â¬ The Bead of Reformatory Introduces aa Effectnal Remedy for Insubordination As ii well known Major Robert W Â¬ ceived and adopted a new system of pun ishment for such institutions which will doubtless provoke extended discussion at the next worlds prison congress One day says the Chicago Blade the sharp eyed Major detecting one of the inÂ¬ mates in violation of the rules of the shoe shop picked up a leather sole at band and treated the astonished offend- Â¬ er to a thorough and impressive spanking The effect was so wholesome and touching that it came to the Major as an inspiration that he had stumbled across tho ideal nineteenth century system of Â¬ punishment He adopted the process at once and is charmed with its success For fear that exaggerated reports of the punishment might reach the public and accusations of undue severity follow he concluded to confer with the highest authori- Â¬ ties in relation to it He interviewed of Pennsylvania Governor tho and explained the plan and its workings to him The Governor was convulsed with laughter and said Ma- Â¬ jor I heartily congratulate you on hav Â¬ ing struck the keynote and I assure you that the good people of this commonwealth will sustain you in this war I promise you tho backing measure of the National Guard if necessary in your poetical plan of spanking reforma Â¬ tion into your rebellious subjects lie then called upon the chairman of tho State Board of Charities an old time Quaker and explained the situa Â¬ tion to him The Quaker smiled broad- Â¬ Major theo deserves ly and said thanks and should go on with thy noble work It reminds me of my sainted mother who has been in Heaven many a year It was her favorite method of correction and I tell thee Major she did it woll It is proper and humane and I approve of thee handsomely sptnking thy boys into submission and obedience The Major returned to his reforma- Â¬ tory thoroughly coovinoed that his im- Â¬ proved process of punishment would re Â¬ So now the ceive general approbation woekly spanking school is a feature of tho institution and the Majors strong right arm wields the avenging leather Tho result is quite beneficial and the in- Â¬ fraction of the rules are less frequent and flagrant as tho Inmates have a wholesome droad oi the shame disgrace aad stinging pain of the Majors ortho Â¬ dox spanks Â¬ FOR TIIK- Krery Lady Can Tarn Her Own Room Into a Gymnaetum and Acquire Strength and Grace With- Â¬ out a Teacher Gymnastic training for women is be- Â¬ coming fashionable in America as it has been for some time in Europe At first clubs and dumb bells were in vogue and young girls developed their muscles in tho same way as men and with like effects The result of this devel- Â¬ opment of muscularity says the Chi- Â¬ cago Evening Post was by no moans satisfactory Girls became strong and healthy but lost in grace and feminine bearing and after a few years of married lifo they showed a tendency to beefy stoutness that was tho reverse of isii to invite you all to1 We charming This produced a reaction and it was found that masculine exercises come and mike your purch are unsuited tc women where vou can liml the Now a new kind of physical training coming into vogue and it for women is has the advantage of not requiring a Largest Assortments teacher or attendance at a gymnasium Every girl can practice in her own room The Best Selections The preliminary preparation is a breathing exorcise Tho girl stands The Newest Styies erect with heels together head well thrown back and arms straight down by AND last tun UCA8T tho sides Then a long breath is drawn inflating tho lungs thoroughly This will start the circulation and w ill pre- Â¬ pare the body for other exercises It should bo dono with tho windows open so that tho air of the room may bo pure Tho next is a head exorcise and is We offer you t lie iiiw t cow done while standing in the same posiline of tion This is done by bending tho head slowly forward and back and to tho sides and then quickly around as far as Girls with possible from both sides slim necks will find this exercise very useful It develops every muscle of tho neck and chest and gives a grace and AM mobility to the motions of the neck This which show to great advantage is a favorite exercise with actresses and society ladies whose dress exposes tho nock For strengthening broadening and developing tho chest and shoulders in the city an 1 wonderful AS there aro a number of exercises First sortmeut of in the same old position the arm is brought with the hand open and without bending tho elbow around by tho side of the head and body in a circular This Is done as or cartwheel motion rapidly as possible always being care- Â¬ custom ful not to let the elbow bend This is Alter Ponrood A very good for girls who aro what is made which rank with the bewl known as hollow chesed country for less Another chest exercise is dono by gOtxh in tlii bringing the closed hands rapidly up to than 150 on the pair from the chest palms out and exhaling at the samo time This is also good for lar prices and a splendid line ot the muscles of the arm Another is to Mens Bovs and Childrens take a stick of some kind an old broom handle umbrella any thing that is handy try bringing it up over the head and down behind keeping the arms per- Â¬ LA fectly rigid There are two exercises which are used a great deal for the back and lower limbs one of which is dono by trying All bought at the low without bending tho knees to touch tho tips of theflngers to the floor This is the prices and can he sold in compeono athletic exercise in which woman tition with any retail boose in the exhibits her superiority ovor man Tho city A line of beautiful an 1 t second ono is done by trying to rise from a sitting position on the floor without touching the hands to the floor using one foot only Tho exercise dis oounts all tho patent pads on the conti- Â¬ nent as a hip developer LOTH the One more exorcise may be recommend- Â¬ IX PLUSH AND ed which must bo gone through careful- Â¬ nd lowest prices any ly Take a chair use it for supporting will have to placo We are always ready to the hands which you juite far apart stand as far back as your show ou so come and look arms will permit and bring tho body rests on tho chair before you purchase lown until the chest Thon send it back again This gives action to the muscles of the arm and forearm to chest and back to the neck and in short is an exercise for the whole body Ton minutes work In tho morning When and ten at night are sufficient tho exercises for the day are over a crash or Turkish towel should be taken and the body rubbesd until tho blood is well started and the system in a glow HOLIDAY Lexington Srbenile IB UN B I ET V KflV E Cincinnati k socrra BocsD Ive tlacinaal IVAir Arr Arr Arr 1 TRADEo Â¬ xii M ive iiriN Ait Arr Arr Li viii pm ir i i iT irr Arr Arr i Lowest Prices i- Â¬ No d - DRESS GOODS -- Arr V r General HeicWse i MIT1I liol l Nl Jnhsti - Mi Arr Iai on ii Â¬ EOOTS and SHOES Ins cumuli No i r reu No V I K - Clothing ad uvercoa S WIN w s K i Â¬ CLOAKS i H K r a servj- Ill N Mm THREE FuRKS RAILWAY Double Daily Except Sunday II Ramsey 5 Fife WE KEEP sums AND LE BETWEEN K v Est rxi j Arrive Arrv THE A INDIAN MESSIAH set MARVELOUS SURGERY of n Four-Tear-O- Part oi the Urain Child Atnnutnted A remarkable operation was successfully performed at tho Cook County hospital recently on a little four-year-o- Â¬ 1 - lYIADISGItf Female Institute PALACE HOTEL KLEIN - Tuesday September 9th -- Â¬ Cent isi y Located J Vrry Iirge Lang chemical lung is the latest thing proposed for the ventilation of tunnels It was lately tested in London by four- Â¬ teen scientists A room 15x23 was kept for an hour at a temperature of 82 de- Â¬ grees and the air was loaded with im- Â¬ purities The men of science were now called upon to enter and the air was made stilLmoro impurely burning sul- Â¬ phur and carbonic acid gas Then the chemical lung or so called punkah measuring 4x20 was set in motion Tho temperature was toon reduced to 66 degree and the air freed from all impurities Then fat was banted to test tho machine for organic substances and the lung up just in time to prevent the examining gentle Â¬ men from running out air It is proposed t invention dur- Â¬ ing tho construction of tie channel A A child named Mamie Brown Last August says tho Chicago Daily Globe Mamie was admitted to the hos- Â¬ pital suffering from a severe fracture of the skull The entire left side of tho head had been crushed in by a kick from a horse A trephiniug operation was performed and tho patient seemed on tho road to rapid recovery After several days a curious growth was no-Â¬ ticed on tho head and behind and above the left ear An examination revealed the fact that the dura matter or the tough membrane covering the brain had been broken and the brain was forcing itself through the aperture and out through the fractured skull Tho brain continued to run out forming what is called hernia of the brain until enough had come out to make a lump as large as a walnut It was decided that the only way to save the childs lifo was to remove tho matter It was seen that an attempt to replace it would bo useless and it was determined to re- Â¬ move tho protruding portion The patient was chloroformed and the surgeons removed the brain matter Tho operation was in every way suc sessful and in a short time the littlo girl was running around tho wards as in bright as any little town There was great danger of impairing either her speech organs or her eye- Â¬ sight but neither have suffered four-year-o- ld Is Spreading Among the Various Tribes For many years wo bavo regarded tho Indians belief in a Supremo being as very vague and undefined He bas how- Â¬ ever appeared to recognize a Great Spirit and a happy hunting ground the home of the departed braves a country whero beautiful prairies and forests are abounding in game watered by cool streams forming an ideal In- Â¬ dian heaven This belief says Lieuten- Â¬ ant Mans in Harpers Weekly seems a part of his nature jurt as his lovo for his froo and savago life which the ad- Â¬ vance of civilization is forcing him to re- Â¬ nounce The buffalo is a thing of tho past and oven the elk the antelope and the der have nearly disappeared and he finds ho must live on the bounty of the white man or starve For years ho has been confined to military reserva- Â¬ tions and has chafed under tho re- Â¬ straint thus put upon him Little won- Â¬ der be looks for a change and longs for his once free lifo and gladly grasps tho now belief in the red Saviour which is rapidly spreading to every Western tribe and which tho great chief Red Cloud says will spread over all the Siracse Belief That rami HARDWARE THROUGH CAR LINE For Sil Our Good are of excellent qualitv and our PRICES REASONABLE MACKINAC principal resorN of and ll I R K Repuriag ofTinwue t LowR3ia A clnnati si - SPEC LTY OF of Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ ing Stoves such lavoral Y ncinnati and Michigan Central ent t Rl earth THE PEACOCK IN TRADITION Fnathers Are Considered tn luekjr Here is an answer to the quosticn why peacocks feathers are unlucky and I trust that it will satisfy the lady cn whose tehalf I made the inquiry tays a writer In London Truth Whether his bo tho truo explanation 1 can not sny but 1 should think It will do as well us any other A lady for whom I lately searched Notes and Queries in quest of informa-Â¬ tion on the reason for the alleged un luckiness cf peacocks feathers has for- Â¬ warded me a cutting from the current number of your journal I found in Notes and Queries series III vol viii p 5US a reference to Pal graves Central and Eastern Arabia L 8l5 We learn from that source that according to Mahometan tradition the peacock oened the wicket of Paradise t Satan and received a very ample than of ho punishment awarded to him Why Its Old Indian Signs It seems impossible to trace the exact origin of this Indian faith An Indian from the upper Columbia River named Smohalla preached the doctrine of an Indian Messiah some ten years ago This Indian taught that there would be an upheaval of nature which would destroy the white man and restore to the Indian his ancestral domains and that the dust of countless dead Indians would spring to life and would surround without ono word of warning each pale- Â¬ face who will be swept from the face of the earth No one of the deadly weapons of civilization or skill in their use will avail and the blood of eighty millions of whites will atone for tho wrongs done to the red race Within a few months the belief in this new religion has spread from tribe to tribe with marvelous rapidity Runners have traversed thousands of miles to reach distant tribes and bear tho glad tidings The Arapahoos the Shoshones the great bioux tribes the Cheyennes both North and South and many other tribes have been taught the faith and the ghost dance the religious ceremony of the creed is being dancod by all these tribes Â¬ CLAUDE SMITH CO School for Giris MISS An ercan continent For pamphlet perl Island and via this line wril i H C D R R or to General Passenger and T I oo A BESSIE BARBOUR will D IU IF - take a Class of Twenty Girls For instruction in English Latin Terms ami French ami German other particulars will be made1 known in person or by circular MISS Â¬ CARRIE BARBOUR About ivo miles above Morven says tunnel M Estate Brokers Â¬ The Professional Escort once m much ridi- Â¬ culed is now an established institution She has been 6ays a New York letter followed by the professional escort who will take unprotected women to thea- Â¬ ters balls dinners and excursions for a dollar or upward per night according to the style demanded This present season the escort has been followed by a riding and driving companion He is supplied by a first class stable dresses in a first olaas manner is a thorough rider and driver and perfectly familiar with the city The chaperon the Macon Ga Telegraph is a mystery which ths people of that community ARTIFICIAL ELUSHES can not explain In a hummock near tho river aro two complete circles one A Painful and lxpnive Mode of Hc3n ninety and tho other ono hundred and tlyinir the Pace Have you heard of the new way of forty feet in diameter the smaller circlo blushing Some coloring matter of a inside the larger These circles t hich ieep carmine tint is put into the obeeks are much like those left by a cir ua performance are compjetely barren of vegby means of a small hypodermic syr and the bloom thus imparted is etation of all kinds Those circles bavo bare siuce tho recollection of tho said to remain tor boors says Madge in London Truth The lady who is said odost ctixen and none know how or It murst bo that to bare nsed it is de bribed as having a then thoy camo there omplcxiun of a sallow greenish hue they aro Indian sijrns r lies of bj when the savage warrior This could not possibly have been pleasof tho carmine Df all ho surveyed ing After liquid under the skin of her cheeks she tiow Nutmeg Grow became radiantly beautiful her great Nutmegs and mace two of the princt- splendid oyes shining like stars There is no rose without a thorn however and pal spijes of commerce grow in the the sharp point of the syringe makes at same poi The tiny tree upon which ugly little scar on the cheek As it ban they grow is almost identical with a pear to bo inserted in a fresh placo each timo tree two to three years old Tho nut it is impossible to adopt this mode of mejr is iithe centor or seed of the fruit about the size of an ordinary blushing very often Besides it hurt which The best comparison of the to make a hole in the skin and therj bens cfg are in addition dark rumors of a mis- Â¬ fruit would be with the hickory nut In guided being who unskillfully inserted ripening tho outside cracks open show Â¬ ing tho her blush so that it collected all in one covering nutmeg inclosed in a thin lacy which is the mace It is spot and looked very hideous The found in all the tropical islands of Amer- Â¬ fluid costs two le An ex ica asd Asia the moat fruitful trees pensive kinei of blush dont you thins Your dress allowance or mine would not growing in Jamaica some of them yieldir g as many aa 5000 nutmegs in a run to it very often would it year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fumes of the smokeball which was used to raise a cloud of impenetrable obscuri- Â¬ ty under which they could advance that the men had to keep their hands to their noses to avoid suffocation It is now proposed tbat tho smokeball shall reÂ¬ ceive a further development It has oc- Â¬ curred to some military men that in Â¬ stead of half suffocating their own troops it would be better to follow the exam- Â¬ ple of the Chinese pirates with their stinkpots and asphyxiate the enemy A Vienna scientist has accordingly in Â¬ vented a bomb of such power and vir- Â¬ ulence that every one who is within a certain radius of it when it explodes is rendered unconscious Devices such as these would soon modify tho art of war and probably tho next development will be an anti asphyxiating bomb whose fames will neutralize those of the other It is said that many years ago a scheme based on the throwing of poisonous gases over a tract of country was put before the war office in England for tho purÂ¬ pose of devastating the country in the faoe of an invading army but the agen Â¬ cy employed was so terrible in its effects that it was not made public and was consigned to the secret records of tho war office having returned from the Cin cinnati conservatory or Mu- will take pupils in vocal and in strnmental music at her room in THE SMOKEBALL the new school building in the A XsTel Military Derlcn for OTerpower- - rear of the First Presbyterian Ins the Enemy ieaiei IN- Church In the sham fight at Portsmouth in School will open on Monday honor of the Emperor William an ad-Â¬ Watches Clock Jewelry vancing column was so affected by the September Sth -- ItTNUIERUEKlEB HEATHS Flated war Ha SpecUl attention given to PKTTINQ DIAUOHDS N DAL YAR aAUKinds of Coal Nut Lump and Anthracite AND OTHE i PRBC1 FS REPAIRING Promptly done and In a worsroanli mer On DELIVERED To All Paid for Old Sold and Silver lay Dont toret 30- the place next door to the Post office Hielinond Ky - Partsof th IF at Whites Drug Store Ch Hagans Cos Grocery or Powers Drug Store will receive prompt a Lft S3flOU5s3l fr SNO aaa akwdT mii vcar a ri- isnsnnnw a tatef RM I 23- - M C 11EA nvnm K C i urws --ie ow wea f5 ru 5ZTJ inatoirinL ALLtN Sti AJM Aeua amm fltlWH li - SetfjM l ma was I ad Mras aWaWJssMrararaHi A Square Mai Among our numerous and vaued subÂ¬ i scribers is Mr Johu Farmer of Farmers hing exercise rJackson county now eighty years old ht He is County Cierk and was Circuit VField Miller is seriously ill at a Clerk for 24 years We are glad to pub- Â¬ Mr lish the following in New Orleans Jxo Farmer Esq Tree and Cantata at Glade A Christmas Coixtv Cierk McKee Ky f j right All invited Your check is good in this office Dr Henid m has a nice dwelling house Years of business transactions with the State department have given you a tract B ad standing in the confidence of your word Irvine back pK out of mornings and clerical efficiency second to no Clerk - m heretofore in the Commonwealth one tried to enter the house of Very truly Mitchell near Berea but failed L C Normax Auditor of Ketucky the K C will be re Tlie mai from Cincinnati to Louisville A Heirloom Improved let Mrs W J Collins fell heir to a subpatrolmen all over stantial walnut board that belonged to riagi to mind the long past her mother Mrs P T Phelps deceased and was used by the latter all her house keeping days as a biscuit Itoard Origiiristma cards we nally it was part of a mantle in the house ri out by Zittel Sc Taylor win re Mrs Phelps first lived Mrs ColWarn lins laid it away as a memento and now Sons are it has been converted into a work of art Simuion6 ssrs g out their general Btore at Kirks- - by Miss Ida French The loard is ljx2 will retire from business feet in size and an inch thick ami now the lace of it is a group of splendid sunthat the North ig probababilitaai twojiarsonages Metho- - flowers carved deep into the wood 1 rawing painting and leating brass are i Christian -- in the early Spring mild work compared with wood carving rv tlie war it was run nigger A different order of talent is required for Now it the latter as it is more like sculpture atroller catch vou robber run the patrollcr catch Miss French is an artist in every way and excels in carving ldlers out of the country Boa the Patrolmen Appointed entirely to numerous- ami County JudLe John C Chenault con- Â¬ raora Ulieve they are the rob- - siders the danger from labhen as evi denceil by the unusually large number re is a lady advertising monev to of roblerics jK rpetrated in various parts of so serious a Mar of a farmer who of the country sev- Â¬ 0 with gilt edge secu- - nature that he has appointed eral squals of patrols and others are to follow Judge Chenault received nu Â¬ baak in Richmond has individ merous requests to offer rewards for the 42j80Q Ktsits to the amount of apprehension of the robbers but instead sillv to talk at tout a scarcity of ha- brought into requisition the ancient law of patrol that has remained on the ngthe I iyle county tax payers hooka an unused statute for forty years uBCltji in the sum oflO000 He has limited the number of men and - Mr C 15 MctVtrd formerly of their hours of service to such an extent that it will not lie burdensome on the welling f Mr irarai Noland was county The appointments are Union City rirad on Wednesday night and but John Hill John Boaay Charles ThompWin lett Thursday night son White Hall John W Shearer lew things taken William laagford James and William Deatheraga having aa Munday Concord W K Oldham Jim say that all persons Miller Columbus Frazer John Spurlock partnershi them will save licing dunned lioylesville John Olds John R Dunbar by Mtiiing btiura January U Nat C Thompson John H Wells 1 TKing of Kstill county hav- - Waco H Clay Chambers and others Mr Boys bring us in a goxl live robber n harai the Kerahea property on and lets see what sort of a creature he is Avenue will epea a lumler yard A mi ith from the K C will be run into anyhow fHk held a meeting in Louisville on Friday and de- Â¬ reaae47 - - December 24 1390 cided to put up 150000 buy the rails and complete the Three Forks the robtKTR road to Irvine Work will begin at once oaebody naurt kill a robber Wlien the market improves they will Keep your pins and pistole loaded sell their bonds Only a few weeks will be necessary to HO tli Ku Klux have to come back lay the track The care sho ill be run- Â¬ ur interesting supplement this ning to Irvine by the first of February The lobheai must go says County iiilt HE CLIMAX Muey Pit Up The Construction Company The Judge -- Real Estate Firm Our readers have doubtless already noticed the advertisement in this issue of G W Evans Son Real Estate Agents and Collectors Dr Evanss well known ability to handle real estate is the best guarantee of the satisfaction he will give those who entrust their property to his care The firm will give their entire time and attention to the real estate business in all of its details and to the general collecting of claims of every kind Cata- Â¬ logues of property in their hands will be issued from time to time and no pains spared to bring it to the most extensive notice of al likely to become purchasers This is an enterprise that w ill be of benefit to our city and we are glad to see it has fallen into the hands of the tight men in the right place Â¬ if Winchester formerly the great Be gawb Sir of the Register thus describes The game is played with tiddledies it winks a wink pot dinguses duflickities etc Each player takes a dingus The winks are divided equally likewise the duflickities Take a wink put it on the dingus then by pressing a tiddledy on the wink make it jump into the wink pot if you can If you succeed you are entitled to a duflickitv and for every wink you jump into the ding pot from the du wink you count a flicktiddledy and continue so to operate the tink winkle upon the pollywog until the points so carried shall equal the sum total of the hogwip multiplied by the puterinktumand added to the contents of the aforsaid wink pot or words to that effect Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS The Tombigbee Iron Works Co with a capital of 25000 The Buena Vista Va Cr Works Co have 1000000 capital A 500000 yarn factorv will be located near Lamberts Point Va James G Kinnaird a prominent fann er of Chilesburg Fayette eountv is dead The Farmville Coal Land Co has been organized at Farmville Va capi- Â¬ tal 1000000 A stock company proiiose establish ing a sewing machine factory at Fredericksburg Va The hotel to be erected at Danville Va at a raal of MQ0OO to be kaowa as the Hotel Burton A Southern electric street car eompany has been organized at Roanoke Va cap- Â¬ ital stock 500000 The Irish Creek tin mines in Sol k bridge county Va will be developed by Boston capitalist The winter resorts of Florida and the South are entering upon what promises to be a brilliant season Co The silk mills of C W Wilder at Fredericksburg are to be enlarged on an an extensive scale The United States Senate has pas- - d the bill appropriating 75000 for a pub lic betiding at Staunton A company has parch asod 170000 of mineral lands in North Carolina and will start a town Ten years ago tbe wealth of the United States was computed at S44 00000000 now that wealth is estimated to be 64- 000000000 an increase of 2000000000 for every year during the past decade The West Shenandoih Land Co has Va been organized at Harrisonburg with a capital icoek of 5000on to de Â¬ velop 450 acres of land in Rockingham county oposite the town of Shenan doah The grand jury of Fayette indicted C Slavin B Berlinski Z T Smiley John Robert H Mike Shannon Benckart Craves Whit Malotiej R II Bogie D B Saffrons I P Scott Charley Roberta and Wm McNamant election officers for making lain and fraudulent returns of the poll books in the late Augu t election Mail carrier Fversole while en the Middle fork last Monday nig it on his way to this city w ith mail from the K U H R had the msfortune to have his horse jump off tbe ferry boat with him into the river They succeeded in getting out but the mail was wet and damaged and Eversole was not much benefited by the plunge BtOBjnBe Eni Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cows HOUSE NOTES the projterty Fair Mambriuo Maid won S605 on the turf last season a trifle more than she sold for last year Margaret S won 12 020 McDoel won 6250 Farmers Home Journtil Mr J I Case has recently sold hisone third interest in the Glen View Stock Farm Company near Louisville bo 8 H Wheeler ot Chicago who now holds a two thirds interest in this establishment The Board of Review of the National Trotting Horse Association held in New York Saturday Decemlier 6th expelled Chas W Nelson and his horse Nelson 210J for crooked work in a race at Bea Â¬ con Park Boston September 23 1889 The kite track at Independence la is now credited with 216J by a pacer 20SJ by a pacing stallion 812 filly 213J by a by a stallion 21H by a gelding 210 by a pacing mare and 213 bv a trotting team Home Jtmrnnl Messrs S II Stone and M H Arbuckle purchased of Norton and Hobron Athens county Ohio last week the great show stallion King Richard by Old Peavine dam by Imjwrted Phaeton This horse has proved a superior sire and is thought by some to be even better than Old Pea vine himself The directors of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association have decided on the conditions of the 25000 Futurity 1 wo races Stake which are as tollows will be given for foals of 1891 S5000 to be trotted when the candidates are two years old and 20000 when they are three years old all nominations being eligible to both races In the first race 3000 will go to the winner 1000 to seeondo00 to third and 500 to the nominator of the mare whose colt wins Farmer Jwmc Journal At the Burnet House this evening Mr W II Wilson of Abdallah Park Ky sold to J A P Bcvis and C C Bean of New York the famous exhibition mare I ady de Jarnette and twenty one head of colts fillies and geldings all by her son Jubilee de Jarnette This sale in cludes all the harness hoises strictly bred for the purpose which are owned by Mr Wilson The purchasers have left the whole outfit in Kentucky under Mr Wilsons management with a view to carrying out the original plans which were to produce a distinct breed of the improved harness horses with the famous mare as a foundation The price of the entire lot was 10000 Mr Wilson also sold to C C Bean under the alxive conditions the bay weanling colt Beau Straight by Simmons dam Wabash Maid by Stevens Bald Chief sire of Minnehaha second dam Belle of Wabash the dam of the Moor Price 750 Cincinnati Pott four-year-ofour-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Tbe Robbers Moved to Tow n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 il Â¬ - The boldest and most persistent attempt at robbery among the large num- Â¬ ber recently repji ted occurred in Rich- Â¬ mond Saturday night About 8 oclock a little girl on oth street stepped next door to the house ot Mr T B Ayers but saw a man standing it the gate with his hat drawn down over his face and re- Â¬ turned without going in Shortly after wards Mr Ayers heard a noise went out and heard some one run away down Mob erly avenue He notified the neighKirs anil returned to his house Alout 9 oclock the screams of Mrs OCalaghan next house brought Mr Ayers again to the scene She saw two men at her window but they escaped before Mr Avers saw them But he secured the help of several neighbors Mr OCala- Â¬ ghan was not at home and with pistols in hand searched all the premises in that locality for half an hour making sure that no robber was left behind a box or barrel or other object Every man walked several times around his house examined doors and windows and took other precautions Finally about 930 Mr Ayers was about to go to bed when a peculiar noise a sort of light double thump was heard Pistol in hand he crept around the house and there sat a ladder up to his window but the robbers were gone evidently having heard his approach He captured the ladder and Rev Mr Vaught recognized it as one having been recently used in painting his house One side was broken off alnnit six inches shorter than the other ami when set against the house made the noise heard The window is about seven feet from the ground on that side Several other attempts in different parts of town are reported the same night Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sixteen horses from Bowling Green of Eubank ft Miller took numbers of premiums at the Texas State at 1771 per cwt Nat S Offutt re Â¬ Kirksville to the Front ports 250 cattle on sale best feeders There will be a Christmas tree and a 2 to Cantata at the Christian church Kirks briiiL ing 338 per cwt yearlings 310 Mules horses and cows dull vill Ky Friday afternoon December 6 Georgetown Tu Every body invited No at 2 oclock Col A K HcCtaro editor of the Phil- charges at the door 27 28 adelphia Times after a trip to the South Twenty two hundred acres of mineral and a visit to the exjiosition at Montgom and farming lamls near Clifton Forge ery Alabama comes to the conclusion have been purchased by the Ironton that the agricultural development in the Mining Improvement Co South has kept pace with its development Christmas Market in other respects This is a momentous The ladies of the Presbyterian Church truth and no better illustration of it could be given than in the growth of the will have a Christmas market on the 3rd December at Kirksville for sale of all Fanners Alliance in that section In the cotton belt and especially in South Caro kinds 01 eatables ana rancy arucies 2725 lina the cotton yield per acre bra been The American Class Co representing immensely increased by the use of fertil- Â¬ forty one firms with capital of sheaf izers In the State just mentioned laud has been organized to operate 000 that yielded but a bale of cotton to the at Pittsburgh acre now by application of phosphates Millinery and Notions which are found there in abundance Mrs Pragheimer has a beautiful line of yield four bales to the acre Truly the winter millinery consisting of hats bonSouth is on the high road to prosperity nets ribbon- - flowers vines feathers and Lejingtou Prim birds She has also choice perfumes The Third party movement started at toilet goods the larn ers Alliance Convention at perfume bottles and other handkerchiefs cuffs collars tics gloves Ocala Fla last week is assuming definite No 11 First Street 27 28 shape A all has been issued for a meet etc Call at ing of delegates at Cincinnati The manufacture of the finer gra February 23 1891 for the purpose of forming a cotton goads a an industrv now being National liiion party based upon the rapidly developed in the South fundamental ideas of finance transporta HOSIS are agents for first Birnam tion labor and land The call asks lor class insurpnee companies Try them Delegates from the Independent party 33-- 3the Peoples party the late Federal and The Duke of Marlborough will erect Confederate Soldiers the Farmers Alliance the Farmers Mutual Benefit Asso- Â¬ handsome storehouses on the lots recent ciation the Citizens Alliancethe Knights ly purchased at GbSfDW Va of Labor the Colored Farmers Alliance Donelson has a quantity of new Suland all other industrial organizations that kies Surries and Buggies of the newest support tbe principals of the 8t Louis and most popular pattern and at very agreement of December 1889 The call reasonable figures is signed by men from fifteen States In An Kastern syndicate representing a this connection a story is telegraphed capital of 3000000 will locate an im Â¬ from Honda that the third party advo Â¬ cates in the recent Ocala convention were mense steel plant at Jacksonville Ala I have chiefly Republicans from the Northwest moved my Blacksmith and and that while they really oppose the Wood Shop to my two story building on Sub Treasury scheme they voted to in Â¬ Third Street and am prepared to do dorse it hoping thus to split the Demo blacksmithing and wood woi k in a true I emptor cratic South workmanlike manner eight Bring your work to skilled workmen MATKIM0MAL me and I will guarantee satisfaction Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5Â¬ 1 ui ml G I HihhM WE DO THIS V I SIMPLE OCRS ARE The Best Goods AND G I V I X Li N G OUR i PRICES G B 15 Most Reasonable A T DONT YOU SEE HOW YOC A C K M A Y C SAVE MONEY NOW BE WISE COMETOUS AND BE CONVINCED Mr George BsHsrd and Miss Maggie Todd were married in Garrard county December Uth Flder J I Wills officiating ti Â¬ SLMIDK1FF A large ornamental woodworking fac- Â¬ tory from the North will go iato operaÂ¬ tion early in December at Waynesboro A N U TRUTH 0 N Va to Humbug -- to Blow DIED Mrs Lizzie Kerbv widow of Joe Ker by died near UaJOU City in Madison PERSONAL Mr A A Curtis has returned from w ter jirine Â¬ i 1 Hp and Tuck I - llarlx r and llronston divided Shelt Hose who lives near Kingston ill lumber business shortly heard his dog growling and opened the the latters death and Mr Harber back door To his great surprise there CONCERNING FARMERS yard on the K C facing Orchard stod a strange man Rose was scared out of steen years growth for he had no real- general that the numer- - sort of weapon but before he could The farmers of Kansas are forming a combination to withhold their wheat country ize what a foolhardy thing he was doing Idlera roaming over the Â¬ from the market in order to force the We hope aabadv he rushed at the man with hands out stretched to grab him The man depart price to 1 per bushel uv anything from them and they ed speedily with Rose close upon him unpeUed to leave The wheat crop of Red River Valley and the way cornstalks weeds fences and North Dakota thirty live million bush- Â¬ a graduate of the like were demolished was a 6ight a Mackey RELIGIOUS els lacks cars to move it though 680 id daughter of the widely Not a word was sjxiken but the panting V Mackey of this place and blowing were like unto a traction en The protracted meeting at the Baptist pass daily through Irand Forks It will terday to a former citizen gine Over the hills and far away lor church closed last Wednesday evening take 58500 cars of 000 bushels each aviOe Herman Murphy now a half a mile they new and the further with thirty additions 13 by letter and 17 There were aliout 250 head of scrub inent colored citiaen of California they went the larger and taller the by confession Fifteen were immersed cattle on the market Monday and not at the church at the close of the meeting over one quarter of them sold W D stranger seemed to grow until be reached In Covington the will of Speer and two will lie immersed to morrow Snow bought a bunch at 2c and J W Al of his estate is the woods where he appeared as high ted Value evening The meeting was a most inter- Â¬ len sold a bunch to J W Poor same and lie bequeathed it to as the trees and disappeared among esting and successful one extending over price Danville Advo nte them Then Rose imagined that every ir grandchildren among them Mrs THIN COLUMN a period of two weeks Rev S N Prest Mary Fergana Rei lae wife of Bar Will tree was a man something like those Carat day ralra ra reported by J H ridge the regular prater conducted the Damn saw hi the infernal regions and Lexington son of Kev i cattle Pieratt auctioneer Mr Angell is President of the Band of Wtneknter San services made greater haste to get out than he did year 23 per head 6 at S20 10 lives on Milk street in Bos- Â¬ Mercy and As he flew towards home he t get in Elder J C Craves of this city and edi- lings at SI each 7 at Si 25 at In a country where alimtst every hody thought how foolish he was to leave his ton tor of the Colored Department of Ajios yoke of cattle at SS0 4 bOTMB 100 79 rithiaaa hours ride or less of a door ojen and family and things exposed Instead of saying good morning have January 1 18H I 50 and 4750 He reports 200 cattle on tolic Guide says Â¬ useless as well as a Idlen are say good mornand expected bo discuvei upon arrival you used Pears soap will have completed my 14th year as the market Mt Sterling Alvx ate and should be run out ot the that his house had leen robbed He hit ing have you leen robbed preacher for the Christian Church at Nothing can lie lost by community Mr J EL Carter of Lincoln writ Rev R of Rockcastle announced that Paris I am indisposed to serve another a210J gait straight homes but found speedy departure and much might every thing all right I see an account in your pa his text could be found in the Oth verse year and would gladly correspond with lollows MADISON CIRCUIT COTRT ied of the 2 i ed chapter of the 1 i ed John Its Bnattanf iualiies any congregation so situated as to allow per of eight turkey hens and one gobbler Old Documents Some All persons having claims against D so our correspondent tells us The Auditors An exchange says me to return in time for my school on weighing 170 pounds I had three hens Commend to public approval the Cali- Â¬ T Bogie deed are hereby notified to Mr W C Baugh has some of his for Hath county has legun pro- A young lady recently located in Rich- Â¬ Monday morning C Graves anil one gobbler that weighed 514 pounds fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Fis prc cnt their claims to me proven as reAddress J We mond has been studying the geography eeedjagi in the Kath County Court grandfather Mitchells old papers Kentuekian Citifn Tell Bourbon county to come again Box 211 Paris Ky It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste quired by law on or before February Danville and by gently acting on the kidneys 18th 1891 Mine are full blooded Bronze A J Ewing give a few tin estate of the late of the county and recalls Red Station The Presbyterian churches of Canada On demand I promise to pay Elijah and White House as two places on the Advocate J R BCRNAM m c m c c lor hack taxes due the State of Kentucky it cleanses the system liver and bowels other churches and General Conference 28 29 Aldricb eight bushels and a half of good K C a period of time running back to lstvi The largest shipnent of cotton this sea- Â¬ effectually thereby promoting the health of the Methodist Church of Canada have and amounting in the aggregate to merchantable salt to Ik- delivered at the The latest style in ladies hair is to wear taken action in the line of jietitioning son from Baltimore for Europe wis 4000 and comfort of all who use it 0 It is alleged that some years lower salt works on Goose Creek value it short and curled If it doesnt curl the House of Commons and Senate for a bales which was cleared Tuesday last for The Ri Vermont Va Co has donated M s sting ago Jadge Kwing failed to list as much received naturally buy a lottery ticket that will law prohibiting the manufacture impor Havre France in the British steamship a site with S100000 for the establishment hand this 9th day of Oc-Â¬ Witness my 100- his land and over draw the capital prize and that will do tation and sale of alcoholic liquors for Kosemorran She also took out Js can of of a female college at that jioint by the tober 1809 f his money credit etc the work beverage purposes 111 Canada Over 30- - lard in pails and buckets and 4i cars of trustees of Randolph Macon College John Goosey Second street got mad at First street 000 petitions to this end will lie sent out tierce lard and 173 head of cattle Jaar Credit the Robbers Attest The annual meeting of the Stockhold Holiday Hates This is nal of Commerce because First street was selling too many to the different denominations ers ot the i nc theft has James Albert hen charged to the rob The Kentucky Midland will sell excursion BANK will FARMERS NATIONAL be held at their Banking The stocks in the Northwest are increas- Â¬ Christmas goods secured a number of the most extensive movement that has A brim Martin Ikts that was erroneous Wallace N ortickets at reduced rates to and from all House in Richmond on yet been inaugurated for taking the sense ing Private elevator stocks at Minneap10 inch guns and is throwing up breast ris lost his pocket book in the road near 01 the CaaaJUaa people on this question works Let the bombardment begin olis gained 40000 bus last week and stations Dec 20th to 25th inclusive and Tuesday Dr to tax- Â¬ 1820 James Mitchell College HilL He never missed it till January 13th 1891 will result in a closer estimate of the amount to 3272000 bus Country eleva Jan 1st to jrd inclusive Good for return A gentleman took his family into the and es and levy for ISIS and 1 tithe 50 next morning and supposed he had been 6th until Jan it For the election of Directors for the en 53 car to find them seats not expecting to public wish than anything yet done in tor stocks gained 391000 bus and amount worth property robbed Tlie rejxirt sjread rapidly and the same direction to 9077000 bus and the total including A company has been incorporated a cuing year The bell began to ring go with them ut of reach when he found the lost Also for tithe 2100 property for aS aa S S PARKES Cashier Elder Taylor Moore and wife nee Lew- public stocks at Minneapolis am Dtihith 1resiilio Cal with a capital stock it is 1 81 Papa and the little boy called out 181 book is with Miss Lou Peck and her niece gained 1L12000 bus ami amount to 20- - reported of 10000000 for the purpose youd better get off or youll be left on hiudcrjrarten Miss Ling and Miss Bella Fleming who 033000 bus of developing mines in West Texas 2 34 here P Mi--Florence Hood has returned from Wm Watts for W Miller A Ramsey Court J editor of the Beattvville Enterprise has crossed the ocean three times all The Winchester kindergarten Cincinnati where she has been in a 1818 Sept John P Mitchell near sagely remarks Perhaps the most val boarded the court day train at Elizabeth auctioneer reports 500 cattle on the Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils Â¬ training school since S pteniber pre- Glades Dr Recording Certificate of stray uable result of education is the ability to for Georgtown their home Mr Taylor market The following sales were made i The undersigned have this dav filed in Kindergarten basement of Christian paring to teach kindergarten She has mare 20 cents make yourself do the thing you have to had preached at Elizabeth the day before Fifteen fair feeders wt 1 loO lbs 320 Church on and after Monday January with the Clerk of the Madison County Court papers of incorporation and is to saaased the basement of the Christian Will Irvine Attest do when it ought to lie done whether You preach there the third Sunday per cwt M feeders 1200 lbs S313 23 5th iSqo She has just completed a spec- Â¬ be known as the Berea Fair Association Xo every second Saturday and Sunday church a comfortable and commodious S ti00 ier head Severplain yearlings 1820 and will do business at Berea Madison John P Mitchell in account you want to do it or not and no doubt will have all the You dont use the title al private sales made at about the same ial course in a Cincinnati training school County Ky following We make a motion that Winchester be 28- willbttQd up J Swigert Clk Court Appeals Dr No sir Elder pupils she can manage and Reverend figures Cattle 10 to 15 ets per cwt low- Â¬ Reverend 2 The nature of the business is to hold To recording memorial of deed from J rechristened and called the Hub in- Â¬ is not used but once in the Bible in Mth a fine school Boston capitalists have subscribe I annual fairs at Berea Ky for the pur I tact t I2J stead of the Gateway City er than last court Roberts to you containing The latter Psalm pose of encouraging agriculture and stock Holy and Reverend is his name 100000 toward locating car works at raisinsj- cents name has been somewhat of a Jonah W B Kidd bought during the Ksresraging Location Which wing of the Old Baptists do you Beaumont Texas The new works will Soo 3 The Capital Stock paid up is Jacob Swigert C C A closed 4732 cattle average to us anyway Can we meet with a sec- Â¬ Irvine evidently is bidding for out To the right wing replied season just and may be increased to 5000 and the adhere to have a cash capital of 500000 Winchester Sun weight 1550 lbs and which brought ond siders to eo there and locate Richmond charter perpetual and to commence from Mrs Moore Parti KeiUuckian Citizen The Jailer and His Deputy Sued Liberal Holiday Kates We second the motion and offer this 305150 Eight hundred and sax of them December 8 1890 and the highest arties invested 50000 there and now Rev Green Clay Smith the former pas were bought in Indiana and the remainIxmisa Huguely colored the mother amendment that the word bub be ad- Â¬ All ticket Agents of The Kentucky Cent- amount of indebtedness is not to exceed have been served with summons for of Maggie has brought suit against Mr ded to the tor of the Mt Sterling Baptist Church der in Clark Bourbon Montgomery and ral and 5oo hub making hubbub Newport News and Mississippi failing t list the property for taxation 4 The affairs of the association are to Wagers jailer of Madison coun- which it seems to us would be decidedly has accepted the call extended to him by Fayette counties Nearly all of them ValleyEI had John F Railways will sell round trip be conducted by a President Why wouldnt a ostal card have the Baptist Church at Washington D C were bought for hman Bro of Balti- tickets every day from ty and his deputy Mr Joel Farks for appropriate Secretary Treasurer and five DiDec 28 90 to Jan the desired effect and saved cost At damages in the sum of 5000 The and will enter on his labors January l6t more Wutdk ejff Democrat 1st 91 inclusive to any station on either rectors to be chosen by the company anThe antique editor of the Nicholasvillc ljast it could have been tried Beat nually gn the 4th Saturday in May of each The removal of Mr Smith from Kentucky plaintiff alleges that during the month of Journal believes in ghosts hobgoblins will be a great loss to J A Ramsey Auctioneer reports the road at the very liberal rate of two thirds year on their grounds near Berea tyville doesnt do such silly thinra the Baptist denom- Â¬ October Maggie was locked up in the We nightmares and the like He says 13th inst as of the regular fare Tickets good to return of stockholder is 5 Private property ination of the State While he has been Bale of W C Gaines on the county jail for the sjace of fifteen hours Another Lease exempt from corporate debts dont warrant people for arrearages on an active and efficient pastor and success well attended The following sales were utitill Jan 5th Coyle T Co have again without cause W C Qorsata S F B Morse subscriptions never did 6uch a thing in 14 fat hogs fXX per cwt 20 A T Fish Jailer Wagers Bays he received the our lite Alter waiting a reasonable ful evangelist he has hen a leader in bis made leased the Herndon building corner Genl Pass Agent it shoats 3 45 good ewee 541 20 ewes John Hill who was church having for many years been modfrom an officer Main and Second streets for a term of prisoner time if the subscription is not paid we 3 150 common wethers S2 per cwt erator of the General I iptist Association acting under the direction of Prof returned iormley has Mr Ml cents years iust quit sending the paper and draw a of er bushel oats 2 per InstiKentucky In the pulpit he is fluent wheat man of Madison 1 em G a purchasing trip to Louisville Cin big black mark around the name of the hundred bundles Farming implements DR G graceful and powerful preaching the gos Â¬ charged Maggie with having cinnati and Indianapolis where he laid tute who subscriber and that man delinquent ITairnri pel in its most actable and forcible way and household goods sold well money from his house while in never has any good luck until that black in an elaborate stock of rubber and nickel taken Under his preaching many have been ter Democrat rohes in plush and his employ mark is rubbed out Strange but true mouhe The cotton receipt of St Louis during turned from darkness to light and made Usually a suit like the above is brought fur bone bUnketa and various other The fishing privileges of the Richmond to rejoice in a bright hereafter every one the month of November more than doub charge but party making the articles for winter use Mrt Hale fore Â¬ against the includes the officer making arrest water works resorvoir have been rented of whom regret deeply because of his de- Â¬ led in value the aggregated receipts of of the shop left yesterday for Indi often man to Mr Chas S Pow- Â¬ parture Mr Smith is one of the purest wheat corn and oats Only a few years and the jailer but for some reason those for 100 per annum anapolis to make additional purchases Louis was not known as a cotton from the petition in ell who will stock the lake with fish of of men and his preaching is in perfect ac Â¬ parties are omitted varieties Season tick- Â¬ cord with his life He will take first rank market The receipts are largely due question and the defendants will now the most approved Sait Against the C k 0 ets entitling the holder to sit on the to the increased production of cotton in Mrs John Lucas of this county by have to file a cross petition against the shore and wait for bites will he sold at in the denomination in Washington His Texas Arkansas and West Louisiana and reputation extends over the entire United complainant F Turner and original H her attorneys We hear that Maggie had access to reasonable rates French Tipton will be States having distinguished himself as a the extension o railroads from St Louis sued the Ches Â¬ P II Sullivan has charged double price on account of his politician temperance worker and preach to various sections of those Bta in the the rooms from which the money was railroad Ohio apeake Winchenter Sun Bennett Branham Auctioneer reports er His moors nere nave tesuitot in the taken and that she was arrested on sus- Â¬ long reach 15000 nit Court for The price will not be considered too greatest good and the membership of his 300 cattle on thi market He made sales of June picion but subsequently a small colored o Plaintiff alleges that great should we catch a Sun perch a church owe their spirituality largely to as follows 8 vearling cattle at l20 per sal and killed her hus Â¬ boy acknowledged to having taken the sort of sucker you know D per Buy sell and exchange Real Estate and give attention to the In head lti medium feeder- his teaching training and example band within the limit of Winchester money at- Â¬ Tiddledy Winks struck Richmond in his new field tlie prayers and best wishes cwt 6 at 250 and 4 17 calves Real Estate and general collection Hie case will attract considerable business in all of its details and that the same was done while the endants were not exercising due cau- Â¬ tention as it involves the question of October but it seems now to be striking of the good people of the State will follow at 1015 per head 10 at Ss10 14 heif- List your property at once for February catalouge 1 in on our neighboring towns Bladams ers at 14 12 a 230 per cwt and 7 old him Mt Sterliruf Gazette liability for arrests on suspicion tion A Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ i Mississippi Mr H B Hogg Attorney-at-laBooneville was here yesterday Mrs Sallie Watson of Frankfort is visiting relatives in Richmond Mr W C Baugh has closed his school at long Branch and is at home for the holidavs Mr Widney Cobb of Omaha is visit- Â¬ ing his parents Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb at Red House Miss Jessamine Hemphill of Nicho lasville visiting in Richmond has paint- Â¬ ed some exceedingly handsome designs in oil on linen pajer something new Dr L J Frazee and wife left last week From there they will go for Ixmisville to Mississippi to visit the old home of the Doctor They will be gone about a-montli Mr J E Dykes the ice man left on Monday accompanied by his his wife for Florida After a couple of months they will proceed to Texas and return to Richmond in the spring Mr W J Richardson formerly of Station Camp passed through Richmond Thursday on his return from Cedar county Mo where he has resided for two years He thinks eastern Kentucky is going to be better than the West The stringency in the Northern money market does not seem to depress the investments in Southern industrial enter- Â¬ prises These have a value not to be affected by the bean of Wall Street Holders of stock in good locations an not forcing the market On the con Â¬ trary they are firm in their views and not willing to sell at a sacrifice Unlti moir Journal of omnnic Dr J W Harris of Union City has mated the residence f Mr E C 15oggs completion approaching now on Broadway and will remove to Richmond Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ inq fr county on Thursday Pete bar 18th 1S0 aged about 50 years At Norfolk Va a company baa been Mrs Amanda Jones who died on Dec organized to establish brick and tile 11th in Montgomery county was formerly a Miss Serine of Waco this eountv works at Sturgeon Point on the James and sister of Mrs W C Iormley this river county If you want to buv a Sulky Surrey Judge Johu F Willis died of heart dis Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for He had he has the latest best and cheapest ease at Lawrenceburg aged tio filled the offices of County Attorney City The Safety Package Co of Baltimore fudge and County Clerk and was acting has been incorporated to manufacture clerk of Circuit Court portable safes locks Ac capital stock Mrs Lucy Noland wife of Jackson 1000000 Noland died in Bourbon county Ky Sheep For Sale Saturday December 13th 1800 and 03 I have 2 300 sheep for sale including years She was faithful member of the She 1000- select ewes Baptist church Predestinarian 10H II Colyer a husband and five children tu leaves The Safety Land Co with a capital mourn her departure of 800000 bra purchased a trad N B Nonis a former well known citi- Â¬ stock near Fort Norfolk Va and will eetab zen of Madison county died of pneumo Â¬ nia on December 17th at hie home near lish industries McKee in Jackson county Ky aged Littles Barhnr Shop Krmovril bout 85 years He was the father of George T Little his removed ha barex Coroner Alex Norris who was recent- Â¬ ber shop down street to the house former ly killed on the railroad ly occupied by Sanders cigar top He Thomas s Droneton died in Richmond ond door from Herndons corner December 17th invites his old patrons and the public genon Wednesday Ky He had been ill lor erally to call 1880 aged 75 yean Customers promptly Everything clean and tirst- a week or more and his general health waited upon had not been good for a vear but bis clas and the best ot work done U resulting from death was unexpected Natural BM lias been found near Sa- brartdieraee The funeral took place leni Va from the Christian church on Friday afternoon and the burial in the cemetery NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Deceased was one of the best known men in Central Kentucky having been Assis tant Secretary of State under Governor McCreary and Collector of Internal Rev enue for the Eighth District under CleveA dwelling house with six rooms New land He was for nearly half 1 century ly papered good cistern and outbuildings in the Christian church and in The house adjoins the reMdence of James a tiillar the Democratic party For many yearn Bennett on Main St Richmond Ky J P HERNDON be was a prominent merchant being the senior member of the dry goods firm of Broneton A Francis The peel year or so NOTICE TO CREDITORS he has been proprietor of th Richmond The county never provided Coal Yard a more industrious man Â¬ Â¬ 5Â¬ bj if niili ra thtr ffver fifty itt children while teethlnit oothes the child ioftenathe pimf allays all pain cures wind r im ib- i rhoea It will part f the Si11 by Druggists in mediately Mn world i cents a bottle Be sure and ask Wlnslows soothing Syrup and take noother kind Over Urs Wimowa StOTHiMi sybcp h Fr years Fifty Yrr i rn uael for fr BUT ALL- - E Y ON SO FICTION 1 JUST YET S DinelliocCo isl M ii WATCH CHRISTMAS OUT HAS BROKEN LOOSE Â¬ at Armors Jewelry Emporia um Dont fail to go and get your wife husband or sweet- heart a Diamond a Watch a Clock a Ring or something else that vou may find in his You large and well selected novelties cannot fail to be pleased with the large stock now on exhibition FOR RENT WE OEST I I AWAY Every time and prove ourselves to be rhe best in the field of business I I fr bckloliers Weie Still A Here I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Waiting for the next man who thinks he can compete with us in goods prices or any other wav Â¬ - NOTICE I I fl CUST0M-CR0WDS-OS Attracted by our marvelously low prices am 10 1 1 Cents per hm Â¬ I 1 1 Â¬ Sweet Florida Oranges 25 Cents per Dozen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I rSHCB UZZED C4IDT 10s an IB Â¬ Vice-Preside- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ dont ask you to take our but invite you to come and compare our prices and quality of goods with others This is no before buying elsewhere BLOW as we guarantee everything sold exactly as represented or else refund your money word aWe frn Â¬ Â¬ W EVANS W EVANS JR -- Â¬ G W Evans Son I F Weckesser 5 Co Fruit Dealers I Leading Confectioners Â¬ m estate mi m collectors RICHMOND KY sssssssssssa Â¬ tells tbe mysteries ot the past present and future Consult Madam Scott at Homer Baxters Main street corner Collins ewHKitw MADAM SCOTT aeaaa GawMfca- mm rararararalaV - jraai trawfe M ajraamt wm aa araraararara as ran mmmmwrn mm il your Hw r tfc araanv ea aaar AU at aam raxr um 7iarftry MM MM mmrn fraaayara f m arittat f n aray raarr rax Tnf whMraTMntwM T ai waa r a Rmkmaaaka a heat in jrtiii r arm- - usav iu rax - K VH HELPFUL CYCLONES Oa THE FORBIDDEN CLOSET JHow an Awful Mystary Brought to Light ND Waa do cried Aunt Crump Mrs Jones brushed past her daughter and put the brass key into the key hole of the forbidden door Lenora burst this theres a mystery at the bottom of all Open the door if you want proof hat A BKA8ONABUB EXCUSE SEE OUR LINE OF HOW 70a like Leno- r a s betrothed yfe gyyi Jones In a whis Â¬ per o f Aunt Crump Oh aearT re ask ed Mrs nusband Into tears Miss Luerotis Crump peeped over her sisters shoulder and the door opened As it did so Mrs Jones uttered a load shriek and Aunt Lucretia echoed it MllllM r fiCr FALUWINTER IEBNYBDPs0VoERcuf3 you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Cap WHEN Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To get the best for the least money there is only one place lor you to go and liar is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON A MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is nev and stylish and you cannot ask for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing ap The fall has been a little back parel but vital t hey have it in stock 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 for the long cold winter that every one the goose bone included predicts We do not adveitiso to sell Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them b it we do adver You want tiae to sell them M low as anyone quality considered fust class veil made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a call inspect our magnificent stork learn our prices and we are con fidenl that you will not go away without being convinced that we advertise the truth Talk is tdieap 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¬ of the Kansas Variety Tarrlble AccidnU fc fiU w Zl fjk j PTTnts a Â¬ Hw HILE erosming Kansas some- m cyclones Dont you live perpetual -- body introduced toe suujevt ui Jj in A if H fjLtSTsL Yiir 35ijB devastating win d those storms of tho angry ele- Â¬ ments common asked the Massa- Â¬ man ifestations terrible A HOME MAOE SLED to Coaatrart Stroos and n Pair or Bobs The home made sled WwtntstW with after sketches sent McConkey Niagara Cw runners four feet long hewn out six Inches broad aiat f inches deep and pla tance apart as those of an or leigh The ben Inch timber hewn four bysix inches Th plank I J whoi I Crump I dont like him at all lie puts me in mind of Blue Beard P cried Mrs Jones with a start What strange things you do say Lu retia Blue Beard you my word that as soon as I saw him I thought of that dreadful person that poor Fatima mar Â¬ His ried sail Aunt Lucretia Crump bear tint I never thought Blue Beards beard was ligh tryou know but a kind of dark invisible blue and the dye Dr Turk uses has really a blue shade You neelnt pretend you dont know he dyes Imejrene vent pretended said Mrs Jones I have not said a w ord about it Lucre Â¬ tia and if a man of forty should find a few pray hairs in his head why shouldnt Is it any worse than iem friz- piled Aunt vSraslVSisiiSl KEbFw Inch pns r OB said Miss Crump ess to Blue Beard we were speakinr of There is an air of man a dreadful air of mystery in my opinion and of course hes a widower 1erhaps not e s Jd- - reluctantly assented asked Miss Lucretia I r a ij dont understand you said Mrs Jones with asperity I mean how often has he been marÂ¬ ried before asked the aunt Well tarts but the unions were very brief said Mrs Jones No doubt said Miss Lucretia Did you ask him what they died of course not 6aid Mrs Jones I should if Id been Lenoras ma aid Miss Crump But people are so lad to marry their girls eff that they dont care to whom they give them sines you ask 1 dont like Beard I mean Dr Turk Mrs Jones Id hes s most -- manly person and I must say I think you are extremely prejudiced in case Lucretia Blue Beard cried Mi6s Crump Yes We shall see said Miss Crump we know why you forbade us to open it Time will prove but I should like to and wo shall take care that our poor know how those first poor dears died beÂ¬ girl is not your third victim I for one fore I gave my daughter to him if I was never deceived in you I detected had one Imogene However Lenora is your resemblance to Blue Beard at ne but yours bend her to make once the third of Blue Beards victims if you Madam said Dr Turk quietly I choose never met Mr Blue Beard so I can not How very ridiculous said Mrs tell whether I resemble him or not but Jones I can prove to you that these are not my She deceased wives felt a little uncomfortable He rang the belL A had a great deal of respect for Lucrstlas servant entered Addison he said powers of penetration and Dr Turk just open the closet where the skelhad come from a distant place very re- Â¬ etons are will you These ladies feel cently and he wore the wedding rings interested in them iof two deceased wives on his little fin- Yes 6ir But excuse me they ough ho certainly was not much mostly frighten ladies said Addison However he had taken an unlocking the door irty 1 lent position as a medical man These ladies will not be frightened ve means he told her that said the doctor How long havo these ho was not dependent on Lis profession two skeletons been in the college Ad- Â¬ tor monT Had he not offered Lenora dison every elegant attention Did he not Fifteen or twenty years this one hope that she would reside with them the other about ten said Addison And should she let after their union And what skeletons are they asked iLucretiab word6 influence her No of tho doctor gravely COL This one sir said Addison is the Jones did not feel quite ad when Dr Turk called skeleton of the largest baboon ever discomfc This one is a gorilla sir og she felt guilty as she re- - covered Thank you you can go said the the doubts that had been doctor Then turning to Miss Crump r all that afternoon and all who sat bolt upright in her chair with st Lucretia had said re is to be a very interesting a face the colorof beet root he inquired lecture at the college to morrow said calmly Do you still believe these are Dr Turk as he rose to take his de- - my wives madam None of that party attended the lect- Â¬ re May I hope to see you all over there If you will walk over ure that day Mrs Jones had cried her About two oclock I shall be able to find eyes too red and Aunt Lucretia was in jou excellent seats I can not leave at too groat a berage As for Lenora she refused to comforted fora long while but the doctor must have succeeded at last for hoy are married but though they quite forgave Aunt Lucretia and invited her to the wedding she did not forgive them sufficiently to attend it m Jones or two There are a good many people who prefer old things to now things sometimes perhaps without as good reason for the preference as an old beggar once showed in the matter of shoes THIS 18 A GOUILLa SIR This man called at the house of a Before them swung two skeletons white lady and begged for a pair of shoes She and shining objects calculated at any gave him a nearly now pair of her hus-Â¬ time to alarm a nervous female but at bands which he bad laid aside for some this juncture actually horrifying to both reason A day or two afterward the beggar returned old ladies Murr be said cant you give me a Just as I said Blue Beards very pair of shoos feme old ragged ones counterpart These are his two wives But have just said the lady said Miss Crump Let as go home said Mrs Jones given you an entirely now pair you Lenora come away Prom what a fate havo thom on now he said Yesm but theres the have I saved you 1 wonder trouble Theyre so new ye see that which is his first one Youths Comsaid Miss Lucretia The longest 1 they hurt my business panion suppose I wonder how he killed em Be Stislieii Himself Then she gave a shriek and slammed Katie said he when the time came the door shut for another door had opened to admit Dr Turk for him to take his departure do you For a moment he stood gazing at the think you care enough for you to link excited trio then be offered Mrs Jones your lot with mine Could you leave this home and be happy in another with his arm It is time to secure your seats he me Yes Augustus I think I could Come ladies said softly but unhesitatingly answered Mrs Jones drew back We beg to be excused Katie she said I didnt know whether to ask you or Excused cried Dr Turk I dont not continued Augustus so I thought enderstand What has happened Weve opened the forbidden closet Id see how you felt about it And having satisfied himself as to her feelsaid Aunt Lucretia I tried to keep them from doing it ings toward him he took his hat to go Bobbed Lenora but he went without a good night kiss Boston Herald And weve seen your two wives Â¬ saaaWsTsTssBaw 1 If Weary Raggs What you doing wid an I Bleary Wapgs Dude bo denied was afraid Id get washed wid the rain Munseys Weekly They Were Too Good umbrella yer dude CLOTHING COVINGTON defore You uy -- 1 n n ly called cyclones wedged at both end chusetts parson the top of thWell not to any great extent answered the passenger from Sedgwick You sec we all have a cyclone County fectly imi hole in the back yard and when the ele Â¬ ments look a little too manifesting for quarter bolt passing comfort we tako to kiver till ttM shows over You dont mind cyclones a great i deal after youve lived ripht Bmoi - the each ei 1 Mai Â¬ th- - 1 Â¬ mnmm TH MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers near Hotel Glyndon I Befere You Buy C01ST0UMITGIE LL Southside Main Street for awhile and besides bar only hear half the story Cyeloai pecially Kansas cyclones have their good freaks as well as bad They aint always bent ou devilment but often do a man a big favor when hes in a tijrht place Why last summer v hen BUI ISimkins whose ranch jines mine was short of help at harvest time a c came prancing along just as he finished cutting his Ave hundred acres of wheat gathered every sheaf up clean and stacked it round his threshing machine en in Prettiest stacks that an Sedgwick Com people come thirty miles to see em That reminds me of afavora eyclono did for me in the spring of TV said tho I was passenger from Sumner County then living up en the Smoky iJill river on rented land The outlook wasnt very glittering and so I made up my mind one morning to move down to Sumner County and take up a quarter section I talked it over with my wife b 1 n nd are three the I with an La I a- keyed The the cnx - im pie throush piece e is a r block of i slots in brace iroa six is an oi et take as about hook taken up or let out a farmer make such a pair of to which will soon pay hi American A n for FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat POULTRY PICKINGS Boiled potatoes mashed with cornmeal and bra cellent fee Geese shoul so as to drain the t in order that tho meat diet but fowls especia hens need some green f efT all of the cockr for breeding There is wintering more than is purpose GaWWJU or crushed bone is ava feed for poultr can bo given two or thre with profit In fattening fowls it is i omy to feed ai frovido clean troughs ar ive food Now is the time t hens well cared for will better profit than 50 a care of tbemsel FnoM now on until towa well i than those mark one work must be CO -- i Wheat corn and oat Â¬ Dii an I to Sell Clerk Thats a very fine piece of goods madam I dont believe there is Madam enough here We havo more just like it Its a little too light too We will order a darker shade with I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and best goods andl am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES TIFTKO FROM THE TRACK Â¬ pleasure And And You will its I awfully expensive bill madam not bo hurried about the Â¬ We will inclose a divorce with the N Y Weekly goods iiiad to See lluu Dashavray I visited my native place last week Thought I would show my old schoolmates how prosperous I had been since I left home Cleverton Did they seem to appre- Â¬ ciate your rise Dashaway Well I should 6ay so Almost every man I met wanted to bor- Â¬ row a dollar Munseys Weekly do you know that Fred actually proposed last even in Edith Just as I expected Miss May Ture Why did you expect Had to Worse kfJaa May Tare Oh Edith it know my husband wont like all sizes qualities and prices Rnnlo onrl dllLi 0Qi iidtfe T7llT JO III QiTinoC lron dar chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders niiolllnrv llllllll Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of Hats Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and sf arra4rl V3TUUUO cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handker- OllUtJO Winter and nothing is more sarv than a good pair of Boots or Shoes I have neces--OUUIj- is coming O The Home-- rfl f aawaasBBBVaVaT aw BLCE BFAKr that hour or I would give myself the pleasure of coming for you We can come by said Mrs well Jones Sister Lucretia will be delighted I know bbe likes lectures And so it was settled before Lenora slipped out of the room for those few good bye moments that are so dear to lovers he not polite Lucretia whis pered Mrs Jones I believe Blue Beard was Tery at tentive to his mother-in-labefore the marriajre said Miss Lucretia went to tLe lecture next day not anding The ladies were very early and Dr Turk having greeted tbem escorted them to his own apartment a pretty room filled with book cases and cabinets Perhaps you can pass half an hour I must beg pleasantly here he Rid length of time to be excused for These cases contain scne minerals and sSMiosUliia worth looking at and there Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ th-if- ourselves very I sxe some books that arc of value and Interest- - 1 will pive you my keys took from his pocket a ring and began to detach from it cne particular key as oi- I shall lose it If I take It oft he Ladies open every thing you said He care to look at except this door pointed to one set in a little recess This brass key opens that and it is best for you that it should remain closed Otherwise do as you please He bowed and departed leaving e keys in Lenoras hand while Mrs Jones stared at Aunt Lucretia who with up Â¬ lifted hands whispered Blue Beard What does aunt mean mamma aid Lenora Oh you know your sunt said Mrs She pretends to think dear Dr Bones Turk exactly like Blue Beard Isnt he asked Lucretia in a dread- Â¬ ful whisper And now a locked door that we must not open Ah my love let me warn you Theres an awful mys tery in Dr Turks life How did his first wives die How do you know what stay be in that closet which he forbids you to open ious aunt you have gone mad st said Lenora BS certainly said Mrs Jones and to prove it 111 unlock the closet Ill show you that theres no mystery WILL BE A QUEEN A Little Negro Olrl Now In Virginia Who Is to Wed a King In London County Va not very far from Washington there is a girl who will some day contract an alliance with a King Her dresses on that occasion will not be particularly splendid and for that reason perhaps the event has not attracted the attention that such marriages usually do The truth is says the Atlanta Constitution that tho girl is a negress and the man she will marry is King of a tribe In Africa She is at present being trained for her future position in African court circles and is an inmate of the family of Rev John S Chester a clergyman who several years ago was a missionary to the west coast of Africa His wife became very fond of a young African girl while he was there and asked per- Â¬ mission that she return with them when they left the dark continent Her father thinking the missionary was jok Â¬ ing gave his consent but when the time came for parting wanted to be re leased from his promise Chester still persisted in his request and finally as no member of the tribe is allowed un- Â¬ der pain of death to break a promise he bad to allow his daughter to depart The child was given the English name of Nellie instead of the unpronounce- Â¬ able one she at first possessed and al Â¬ though Chester already had children of his own she was treated as a member of the family Since Nellie has boon in the United States she has made great progress in her education and now at the age of fifteen is a model of scholar- Â¬ ship and politeness She can speak French and English well and combines the winning ways of an American girl with the politeness of a Parisian Nellie looks much older than she really is and would be eligible to marriage if she were with her own tribe Since they came here the Chestors have kept up a correspondenoo with the parents of the girl who have been delighted with the progress which they have learned she is making under her instructors About a month ago they received a letter from her father asking that she be returned to Africa as the King wished to claim his bride The tribe of which she is a member is a polygamous one and Cbns ter refused to do this nnless the girl was to be the Kings only Queen The King who is charmed with the stories about Nellie has promised to do as asked and it is likely that within a few months Nellie will be sent back to mount a throne in her native land She has had several offers of marriage from negroes living near her home but she has refused them aU and the King will find her heart whole and fancy free African like shodoes not care much for sentiment and seems perfectly content to wed a man many years her senior snd whom she has not seen since she was a very small child Â¬ Edith Why when I refused him last night he said he would go and do something desperate London Fun Just a Good You must understand said the editor that we pay only on publication Very well sir returned the bard that will suit me exactly I had thought of taking out an insurance policy for my childrens benefit but this arrangement will do equally well -- Life She nit Him Just Right Misa Beetle Are you interested in the language of flowers Mr Appolis Â¬ Â¬ it TnHiCYX7Pl Y TR7 30- - IJSnt Sillv J medium ill JCjLC heavy plain fancy J POWELL Corner JSoT3Lg Mr Anpolis of St Paul I should say I was Spring wheat longs an shorts staple brands an is my pet hohbics Seen them patent bags for pat kin Judge Mm irfs Memory It is told of Mozart that when he was fourteen years old he Ik ird in Rome the lisorc n- of Alkgri and knowing that it was forbidden to take or give a copy of this famous piceo be paid such aten tion to the music that when he reached homo he noted down the entire score lie was enabled a few days afterward to check tho copy when he found that he had not made a single mistake The next day he produced such a sensation in Rome by 6inging the Miserere at a concert that Pope Clement XIV requested that ho should be presented him Thus by his wonderful memory he was enabled to begin with success his musical career millin-ma-chinery A GRAND FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change ourbusiness January 1st Eveiything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost EVERY ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN For Wool Workers carving machine which possesses many radical improvements has been brought out The machine is de- Â¬ signed specially for use in furniture es aud in car organ and piano factories and other establishments wiore wood carving is done It will carve four duplicate pieces any length at one operation if not over seven and one half inches wide or it will make two duplicate pieces any length if not over fiftt iii in bes wide A wood BtgKThe Stock Consists of a FULL 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 Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston KEPI Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results It and herbs Purely entirely of roots forests of from the a vegetable compound CURES All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh and FREEMAN I FOR the name of Freeman has before the public Dont you recollect that your her used to have his boots and sihoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his Now Freeman continues pocketbook and his ideas of value boots and shoes He also has a first class line of to make CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19rCall at No 2 First Street more than half a century - 6 ANT EH CHICKEN Cholera Cure s FARLEY supplies wagon makers Best FARMING IMPLEMENTS Â¬ SKIN OiiKER Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga HUMPHREYS Da HcxrauTa specifics are scientifically ajid carefully prearud prescription ucl for many v ars wthsacc6esandf Drover Ever single Spe- disease named drugging purg- il 1 jggfl Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discover of a remedy that positivtly cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ acres in Sumner Swept up the old ranch clean didnt SCNFI leave behind a thing that was worth make a good f bringing away and didnt shake a brisk during the winter and can be off the chimney Found my axe and or three times a week wth wood pile right by the back door too The Plymouth Rocks ar as usual tivoly small eaters aa Did it move the well asked the age s They are o a consumptive passenger and vigorous and are a Well no answered tho passenger on tho farm from Sumner County you see tli After the poultry are car Â¬ belonged to the who owned the dressed they should be ground all of the animal he I remember that cyclone said the fore they are packed to ship A editor of tho Wakarusa Ilird of Freedom care i pect will often But I havo in mind another eyclono siderable loss whose work was far more miraculous A rail pea covered with and which saved many valuable lives hanked upon tho sides with corn including my own will make a comfortable shelter I was returning from Dodge City fowls during tho winter at a very where I had been attending as a dele- Â¬ cost It is far better than gate a State temperance convention them to roost in the stables or Just a little bit west of Florence tho sheds engineer spied a wild freight coming A haxdflL of linseed meal giv round a curve toward us with the throt- Â¬ the feed twice a week will be tle open during the winter Mix and Some of the passengers who until it is thoroughly soaked It al- Â¬ looking ou of the windows saw it s most at the same moment with the en- Â¬ ter to feed with bran orcornmra a teaspoonful of Venetian gineer and their cheeks blanched you We braced ourselves for mixed in with a pint of meal made may believe the expected crash and though proba- a stiff dough and feed to the fowls as a The bly it was not more than five seconds it preventive of cholera seemed to be a year before I could draw little and a preventive is much I another breath Then somebody looked than any cure out of the rear door swung his hat and TWELVE GOOD RULES gave three cheers The freight train which a moment beforo bail seemed to If To Follow Theas Ton Ca Xafe be coming down on us like the wolf on loaltrr Raisin a t aceaas I Make hens lay when eggs are the fold was now speeding away behind dear us toward the setting sun reed stock when eggs are cheap A bob tailed cyclone which had been hovering in our rear foV half an ep a non setting br hour or so bad saved us when setters are hatching and pay cl Â¬ At the very moment our destruction auses of the latter had seemed inevitable the cyclone had 4 Breed as many chickens as po caught up with us our train had been and as early as possible They all rep Â¬ lifted from tho track while the wild resent so much mor freight had passed under us and we 5 Keep all the pullets They are had been set down again on the rails so worth two dollars each as prospective softly that not even my pocket flask winter layers was broken Then the cyclone had pose of all hens 6 Kill or oti gone on its way rejoicing after three year Of course the engineer stuck to his 7 Breed th rrners for post employes never jump on the market Keep tbeaa ay I as great a Santa Fe route and we pulled into weight as may be poos Conductor Brady Florence on time 8 Well fatteneu growled a little because he said the will always bring U from thunderbolt was entitled to the right the beat customers of way and according to railroad regu- Â¬ 9 If not accustomed to poultry be- Â¬ lations the cyclone should have lifted gin with a small tho freight and allowed our train to make a success of th few ar pass under but you may believe we on with a large number were all mighty glad the thing turned 10 Do not neglect the I Un- Â¬ out as well as it did and none of us to success BOOB as lime gra carried home any hard feelings against plenty of cluan wa the bob tailed cyclone Scott Way in bath etc regularly supi Puck II Keep strict account of e harge of expenditure and re BURMESE WELL DIGGERS the poultry with ail expenses sad The rk Manner o Sirklas OU Wells la credit them with all r Iadla droppings at seventy five easts per barThe natire taethod of digging oil- - rel will go a long way to pay tot feed wells In Burraah is described in a very 12 Market garl ners and dairymen Interesting manner by Dr Noedhing of are particularly well situated to the Indian Geological Surrey In tho of thuir dealing profitably in no first place a square shaft is dug the the former have spare time in the win Â¬ Bides measuring about four feet each sasosg the ter the la Over this pit Is placed a crossbeam nn- - tomers in lbs city every daw V l ported on stanchions at either side and Rural In the center of the beam a small EXHIBITION COOP wooden drum or cylinder which with its axis is made of a single piece of It Eaalaa Poultry Men to Show Fowls wood to tiooti Atlvantasa A leather rope running over this The illustration herewith presents drum is used to lower the workmen into clearly a neat and attractive exhit the pit as well as the earthenware pot coop such as all who purpose a fine dis Â¬ One of the oldest houses in In which the oil is brought up Tho play of poultry should possess In de- Â¬ walls of the shaft are lined with wood scribing it tho American P Kentucky keeps a variety of and timber is used to support them Journal says A frame is stretched The workmen are lowered in an in- Â¬ WROUGHT IRON for black genious manner The man sits on two slings formed of strong rope running beÂ¬ tween his smiths WHEELS SPOKES shoulder legs and knotted over his left To prevent sliding a thin rope runs down from the knot across RIMS and other and before long we had our traps together ready to start Well that night a frolicsome but gentle and obliging cyclone picked up the house and entire outfit and set em down safe and sound almost beforo yon could say scat on the best unoccupied hundred and sixty Â¬ nn cotton woolen Â¬ for the breast makes of Fine lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION L0c1l Pride Headquarters for FIELQ SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and SALT LIME and CEMENT Mrs Smitherly of Canajoharie Ernest writes from New York that hes got a new valet Mr Smitherly Well he can try an whatever in it You may fmd his two first wives in try but Ill bet he wont find nothin t beat th old Mohawk Leslies Illus Â¬ Vickie said Miss Crump Oh mamma cried Lenora The trated Newspaper idea Open a closet we were expressly An Exception requested not to open Not for worlds She For my part I like to strive for And aunt I wonder you are not ashamed to speak so of poor dear Dr a thing and win it and not have it drop in my lap Dont you agree with me areln fact and -- overeigu i niediesoflueW rld r or naaarAX no cram fiuces h Ina farjirastlrt 25 Warms Worm Fewr Worm Colic iS Crj iug Cot Difirraeu of Children or Adults Dysentery GriplugliiUous Coli- cCholera Morbus Vaulting renins Cold Bronchitis Nearalgia f oothsche iaoeacne Ka Turks afflictions 1 always feel suspicions of widow era said Aunt Crump And this door b you musnt open pen said Mrs Jobs You shall not cried Lenora w dare you say shall not to me aid Mrs Jones Is it respectful Respectful or not mamma cried Lenora I cant let you do such a thing ll feel sorry to morrow if yon do Mr Dobson He Ye yes I am courting Do you unless it is the girl that Munseys Weekvy Erysipelas Eruptions KccumaiU Ialus Fever and A gae Chilis 11 alula Piles Blind or Lidding Catarrh Influenza Cold in tiie Bead Whooping Cough Violent Coughs Uenerul lie bl 111 yihyslcal Weakness ralt Ktaeam K Bcamatixni cHonrues fticKueaaacue yertigo vupcssin Bilious biomsrh pressed or Palatal Periods alien 100 rrnw x tricufc roan Cougn Difllcult lln atblr THOROUGH INSTRUCTION IN BQQX KEEPINS PENMANSHIP SHOPT HAXD TYPE WRITING TELEGRAPHY ETC AT THE BRYANT At STRATTON BUSINESS COtUGE SOUTH WEST ETC CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE XY CATALOGUE FBif jdJuiAmMd sCylStis wn - bet brands of STAPLE GROCERIES dM Come to the house where your fathers and grandfathers bought their goods half a century ago THOMAS B AYRES Important Notice the Debts due McKek -- ervieew of ajajltotta 7 Art Not oil Grocer want your wifes portrait in Kidney NeryonsDisease 1 rinary Debilitr Wetting Bed M Weakness Diaeoaesof thelleartralpiUUonlOe hi Eiuti Collecting Agency 1888 IKS Yes I think it would be the best particularly if you get the oil at my store I keep none but the best Texas Sif tings Sold by is or sent postpaid on receipt of price Rnmum bluhal 144 pages richly bound In cloth and gold mailed free HUMPIKETS- - MEDIOUTB CO Oar William and John Streets New fork li SPECIFICS All mares MULE COLTSFOR to Owen KcKee SALE Tray nor farmed in 1SK9 by Melvee having colts living at weaning lime attention again to the buying and selling will he paid for by Owen McKef I have ico mule colli for tale at reasonof Real Estate and the Collection of Ac- owner of tbe colts April 14 1890 able prices counts I will thank you for your patron44- OWEN McKEE H H COLYER 17- 22 age Hixi 1690 muat strvmg Tbaynor for t j in ires STOCKTON BROOKS shoulder to tho back where It is fast ened to the rope forming the slings A second rope for the same purpose is fastened round the hips No light can bo taken down the shaft on account of the explosive gas tbe workman therefore ties up his eyes bo fore going down so that he may see during the short time he is in the well Two hundred and ninety seconds is tho longest time any man however strong can remain below without becoming un- Â¬ conscious The workers object to descending more than 250 feet and the limit is 310 feet The manner of drawing up the oil is also very primitive The rope La fastened around the neck of a bell shaped earthenware pot which is low- Â¬ ered and filled by sinking in the oil be-Â¬ low The oil is poired out into a larger pot when raised and twelve of tho latter are packed on a cart- Mr underneath the right KXHIBTTTOJC COOP TTAVING RETURNED TO RICH MOND I have decided to givemv paid W Â¬ L PAULEY Hose Wrinkles The Written Word Â¬ Successor to John Farley 17- - pse ben ng Mothe iutter of pleas der noospapah ure Why kaint make nuflln outen it s r Then hed only have Mr Wrinkles Xo wonder poor fel Â¬ half id much cussedneas in him West low its a negro dialect story Puck abate g in MostCe You look Whats pozxlei the matter with strong cotton cloth and three of these frames are hinged to fold for back and sides A similar frame is fitted to the top Tha front is made of eces the three center strips s being held firm by a crovorking on two of the rounds The coop when opened books on a light solid base n be very roodily knocked down fiat for shipment XoetleU Dirattai ep Father I wish that boy of yours -