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IB ft Â¬ VOLUME IV POPES ENCYDLICAL Sabstanre of m Uocnmem of Interest Thronchout the Catholic World Advices from Rome state that the Pope has finished the draft of his ency- Â¬ clical upon the social question His Holi ness has been working upon the sub Â¬ ject for over a year and at his request the most competent economists and Hishops of different countries includ- Â¬ ing America have furnished memoran- Â¬ da The Pope considers the question the growth of the present time The ency Â¬ clical will be the crowning act of the Popes work in this direction The date of its puqlication has not yet been fixed The Pope is in the habit of carefully correcting and polishing his writings He will also consult with certain Cardinals and Prelates on the leading pass his encyclical but the Associated Press corn spondent is enabled to give the substance of it now The encyclical will review ana expound the whole question affecting wage workers The document will comprise tlree parts hirst His Ho-Â¬ liness will develop the general principles upon which social economy is founded and thedominant idea of distributive jus Â¬ tice which should regulate the inter Â¬ course of man and the speed of wealth The Pope says that distributive and re- Â¬ storative justice are needed to prevent misery and sweating on one side and exorbitant riches and tyranny on the other The second part comprises the origin and cause of the present condition of the social problem tin this point His Holiness takes a new thesis first developed in Iris encyclical on Socialism The third part contains the views of the Pope regarding the remedies beyond religious and moral influence to be advocated His Holi- Â¬ ness expresses himself again in favor of intervention by the State within the limits previously set forth He con- Â¬ demns capitalism as now organized and advocates a more equitable and just distribution of riches The ency Â¬ clical will probably appear before Easter The Pope works upon it near- Â¬ ly every day He is convinced that Papacy and the Church should lead the present social and democratic move Â¬ ment and will appeal to all conserva Â¬ tive forces and to Protestants to aid in securing the safety of society The Popes physician says His Holiness may live for some time yet as he has a ro Â¬ bust constitution and is suffering from no infirmity Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER MAIMED AND MANGLED A Paesenger Train Jumps Track on a Trestle the Â¬ I I1 FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Second Session Dec M Sesats At roll call this morning only thirty two Senators responded In the course of half an hour a Quorum made 1U appearance Mr Cockrell from the Committee on Military Affairs re- ixtrted and the Senate passed a hill to the record and pension office of tbe War Department Mr Dawes presented and tbe Senate adoptcdl the conference i eport on tbe ioux reservation bill Mr Cullum by reÂ¬ quest Introduced a bill lo Incorporate the Pan American Transportation Company Referred The House amendment to the Senate amend- 31 I 1890 rVc 0 iWTseSgiiiTaTCieW i I S L ft f 5 Ijig JfejSJC S 1 3fllft 29 - NUMBER -- BOGIE POLLAES Lugs Organized to Pass Coun- Money Broadcast m urau l minnrpi IM iug Haul Nineteen ITrss Already BssSaST Armt THE C0MM0NWEALTIL The residence and barn of J H Du vail a prominent young farmer living near Hopkinsville were discovered on fire at a late hour the other night and together with his smoke house and stable and all their contents were en-Â¬ tirely consumed before the flames could begotten under control His entire crop of tobacco and thirty six head of fine sheep were burned up His family was from home at the time and the fire is believed to have been the work of incendiaries His total kiss is not less than 66000 and he only had S70 insurÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE LATEST IN BEARDS Fashion Decrees Against the Point- Â¬ ed Style An Authority Gives Some Historical Points an the Subject The Sqauruly Washington Mk 4 L - dCknv AV JLi o 1 y jt vV 7 sSfcl ii t -tZ7 sy tr e - jti - sssssssssBn - afc C C r hi Twenty One Out of Thirty KlRht Pauperi se ra Injured Some Quite Seriously PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT nnspiracy to flood the with counterfeit silver been unearthed and to the the officials rict of Pitti- -- iuo I state- - v- - it is the tandard 6ilver per made The coin med in every detail and with the good coin rat it Irving a little light Two f the Italians named N ls n Miiggorina ae- and u 1 -- Nine- the credit ire already under ar- the hands of the po-brought from o tey in New York City to 1 Italians oin- The money was all v Uh attempted to I er the bar of hut were ieteeted -- ir hotel I ted the ay where they woman finally broke told the police that they ncoln avenue K a quietly sur- - Italians arrested bed in one of the found a pile of counterfeit ranting toil 100 The pris- i Mr After the house marched the ie terviewed the prisoners one i finally the information that the in New York had been sent there to t it Similar gangs were r cities but the men tell what particular cities operated on Not a mold in ay kimi of counterfeiting ma- - found in the possession of Tested there DetedrTC Me Â¬ ssy the Ciovernment has been h New York gang of counter- r a long time and while sever bave ln en made from time to ml considerable of the counter BIG FOOT CAUGHT been recovered the real I the organized All the Other ImliHiia Surrender and band has not been the Cruel War In Over red At headquarters of the Department Cooper Knows a Tatrg or Two of the Platte Sunday night a dispatch r a respectable colored was received from General Brooke Vurora 111 owned a little which stated that Major Whitesides in and house adjoining the command of a battalion of the Seventh A few weeks age some of the Cavalry had captured Pip Fxt and his to plat the land in that entire band near the head of Porcupine jectins to a colored creek Alxrat 151 bucks surrendered r Mr Coopers General lirooke also telegraphed that bought a house and the hostiles in the Bad Lands had sur-Â¬ rendered and would reach Pine in avenue whereupon igJibwi immediately Ridge on Tuesday Bright Eyes sent r and bought him out word Saturday night that half the hos- Â¬ The enter tiles had left the Pad Lands and were ine profit red man has since bought within a few hours march of the agen Â¬ four lots the plat cy It is now apparent that the Indian ill realize handsome trouble in the Northwest is rapidly apÂ¬ venturc proaching a termination short Pull Kicking Pear and his outfit are now What a Outran Is Tat abandoning the Pad Lands and coming Hghtful weather ever to Pine Ridge Agency The final move Â¬ mta m prevailing at ment of the troops has aadoabtedly n the order for preatly influenced Short Pull in his sprinklers are oat and former determination to die rather is scheduled rrender It is not supposed they regi- will arrive at Pine Ridge for several below zero at Lyndon- they licing now camped upon the night of the SSth and White river next morning Reports TIN IN TEXAS ons of the State indi- mi has leen the heavi- - It ii Found in Ihinu County en the Colora- Â¬ ii Railroad traffic has do Kiver Reports from d Louis Criraud a prominent civil en- Â¬ that the storm gineer has jut arrived in San Antonio in many years from Llano with specimens from the new tin discovery just n ae Maines Abandoned Farms and which are creatine much excite Matthews has ment He took the ore there to lie ii ol abandon- - sampled It has been found in work- Â¬ and the re-- able quantities on the Colorado river inlcresting The in Llano County one hundred miles iied farms reported northwest of there south of the famous 1 ic total acreage of Rallinger Iron Hill The specimens farms is 2S45il and their valua- - are eaaserfite and the deposit- covers a - MSrtlL The as- larpe extent It is rear the iron fields asa rule give any rea- - and was passed by unrecognized by the fariis were abandoned miner Pr if Cotnstook Assistant State Geologist recently made the discovery Whsky Drlnkrng Contest of the ores and their value New dis Â¬ Ti nn Ren Sharp coveries arc b inp made daily and six H Juillan negroes had a ty deposits have already been located test in a saloon SurprtS3d H s Landlady buy all meal agreeing old drink Each The first dress suit Andrew Carr t and had begun on formerly a driver latterly a leggar arpl to the floor dead Quil- - ever wore eovered him Sunday night ing as he lay in a tine casket in New York Carr was a native of Ireland and was Pol c Ci ef Shot Dead supposed to lie very poor He howev- Â¬ Kittrell of Gaines- - er left bank looks containing deposits ii it dead by Rob Pruilt aggregating H7M to the landlady who man Lowry who came had for two years rented him a dingy ing the firinsr then shot and room for eighty cents a week a rent Piiitt Pruitt s daughter had which he seldom paid The landlady ang white lady and the bought the dress suit and the casket at of an attempt to ar- - Carr was eighty rears old uJ I i up entral sta- - A passenger train on the Western New York and Pennsylvania railroad jumped the track at Watsonville six teen miles north of Bradford Pa Tuesday and twenty one of the thirty eight passengers on board were more or km injured The wreck was cause by the spreading of the rails two pi ger cars and a baggage car toppling over an eight foot trestle Following is the list of injured Mrs James Blake of Sheffield Pi cut on forehead noM crushed lips lacerated and upper teeth broken off besides other injuries Conductor Ed lores right arm broken and shoulder nurt Mrs V i Boyer bad scalp wound Poadmaster Daniel Shine of Olean N Y severe cut on the face and neck C A Doener Cou dersport Pa nose broken and internal injuries Miss Jertnide Plake Sheffield Pa injured about the fa e and shoulder R C Cris well of Bradford badly bruised about head and body John Pell Portage Creek Pa left arm sprained Mrs Curry Bradford left hand sprained Sam uel I tow man Portage Creek riirht hip and leg hurt Miss Maud Harvey Brad Â¬ ford bad bruises Mr P High scalp wounds W W Sterling Bparfeenabarg Pa right leg grained Edward Smith Eldred eye crushed News Agent Brad lord sever bruises J S Kennedy New York cruises and sprains M Lyon West Salamanca N Y a severe cut over left eye I J Jibson Venan go Pa left shoulder badly sprained A C Robinson of the Poston Ideal Club injured internally L H Calen cia same club wrist sprained JH Reynolds Poston ankle sprained and severe bruises A relief train was sent from Pradford and prompt medical aid given the sufferers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Trlmmed Heard Return Â¬ ing to Favor ment to the urgent deficiency bill striking out tbe appropriation for the pay of clerk of Senators was non concurred in The discussion of s tha election bill was then resumed Mr taOn the floor followed by Mr Voorhees HotSB Representative Blnncbarc of Lou- isiani offered fir referenc- - a resolt tion to in- VsaSigaM tlie recent killing of the Indian Chief Sitting Bull After tbe journal been approved the floor was accorded to th 3 Commit- tee on the District of Columbia Three or four measures of a purely-- local and personal nature were disposed of and the House then adjourned Â¬ Hlg-g-n- hl man the currency and for other purposes Dec 13 Sksate Mr Sherfrom the Committee on Flnanoi reported the bill to provide aiuint the con raction of Washington twice and placed on lhe calendar The elec- tion bill was then taken up and Mr Call ad- dressed the Senate in opposition to He was followed in opposition to the bill by Mr Mc- Pherson After he had spoken a few mlnntes Mr AUlrich asked Mr McPherson o yield the floor and the request having been complied with he frave notice of his intent on to move an amendment to lhe rules providing during the present session for the closing of debate on any bill under consideration Tte proposed amendment having been read Mr Aldrich asked that it be printed and laid over The resolution was laid on the table ind ordered to be printed and Mr McPherson resumed his argument ajrainst the election bit With- out finishing his speech Mr McPherson yielded to amotion for executive ucssion and afterwards the Senate adj urned anl Satur- - Read t t ance on his residence Gabe Haiiis who is wanted at Murray to answer for burglarizing the circuit court clerks oftice and sUaling therefrom an indictment against him for perjury was taken from Padacah a few days ago He is also on bond to answer before the circuit court nt la ducah for detaining a woman against her will which offense was committed a few months since JA8 SAYRE aged twenty three was instantly killed by a runaway near Lexington a few days ago He with another young man had started o the farm of J as Panies one and one half miles from the city in a spring wagon when his horse took fright and run away throwing him to the road frac- turing his skull and killing him in- Â¬ stantly He was a Mercer Couny far1 mer and was visiting in the city The Kentucky Derby distance for 1SJ3 has been shortened to 1 U miU s Turn first fatal accident that ever oc- - sailed at Lexshjjrtoa day Horss The Srcaiter made tie tol owlng committee appoi irttnents U ayi and Means Mr Breckinridge of Arkansas Cunmeree Mr Dickerson of Kenucky Post offices and Post roads Mr Rowland of No th Carolina Education Mr Langton of Virginia Labor Mr Miller of South Canilinr Expend tures in the I r Pindar of New Post office Departmci York Banking and Cur ncy Mr E R Hayes of Iowa Navi1 Affairs Mr MeKsnna of California Mr Stone of Pennsylvania and Mr Hagner of New York Public Lands Mr Wright of Pennsylvania Agriculure Mr Mc Duffle of Alabama Expenditures in Treasury CONSUMPTION CURE Department Mr McDuflle of Alabama Re The Method of Or shurly of Detroit form in the Civil Service Mr Whltelaw of MisMade Known Iodine and Chloride of souri The House then adjourned until Friday tVAsniKGTON Dec 48 Sksatb Not in sesGold Dr E F Ingalls of Chicago has re Â¬ sion fifty House There ceived a supply of liquids for the treat- pre ent when lhe were about called members to order House was ment of consumption by the methods of this morning On motion of Mr McKinley of E L Shurley of Detroit There Ohio it was agreed that when tie House ad Dr are two liquids for ase in this treat Â¬ journed to day it be to meet on Tuesday next ment each made as nearly chemically and tben an adjournment was talen Washington 27 Sena e The Senpure as possible One of them is ate met at noon Dec to day and after prayer by the iodine the other a solution of chloride chaplain the journal of yesti rdaj was read and i of gold The iodh to be in approved The Senate then at 12 on motion jected each day tot a nrei in incipient of Mr Hoar adjourned until Monday Korss Net in session cases then on alternate days In aggra Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ took place the other afternoon when a In n se attached to a rockaway was in stantly killed by a dead wire that had f iiiie in cuiiuici wiiu nil eiecirc iiiil wire Electricity has been used for lighting there for more than six years The river towns are complaining of the shanty boat dwellers as a danger- Â¬ ous nuisance with electricity vated cases where breaking down has bepun the two solutions arc to 1h BBSs on alternat days then Mtnultaieously care Ih inir taken to prevent the forma Â¬ tion of an Insoluble Iodine of gold due to impurities in one or other of the so- Â¬ In specially severe cases Dr lutions Shurly advises Dr ngalls to employ inÂ¬ halations of chlorine gas in connection with the Iodine and gold Dr Shurly Hsodestly states that while he makes no such claims for his method as is made for the Koch lymph he has some results that he is Tcry proud of and he gives the outline of a few of these THE MESSIAH ARRESTED As Predicted It Innpn to Ke Iliiwkeyo oik Hopkins nr - The Indian police have arrested the eh down in Red Clouds camp When they polled the white blanket off they found an intelligent but harmless crank A C Hopkins by name from Nashua la He claimed he was lure in the interest of peace and that he had aosae because the Indians had misin Â¬ terpreted his message He wanted to po to the Pad Lands but Agent Royer changed th toChadron starting him under an escort of police Some of the Indians were indipnant over his arrest while others langhed and said he was a crazy fooL None of the chiefs take any stock in him and Red Cloud walked np to him and said You pro home Vim are no son of God The Messiah claims that he will go to the Pad Lands One hundred of the friend lies have left in their peace mission They took three wagon loads of rations Koch on t a-- -- FetiUy Shot 1 i a Qmrrel CMf Jasca Dead A quarrel occurrrcd at Tennessee Hon W Ii Simpson Chief Justice of City between Dr O N Moody and Pud Ooartof South Carolina Uunn during which the former was at his home in Columbia shot through the atnlomen the ball omsagof heartdisease The severing the intestines Physicians are at half mast on the public consider the wound fatal Uunn made his escape and is still at large j A E Koch in a conversation with municipal officials in Vienna denied that his lymph was in the smallest de gree dangerous to life providing it was employed in reasonable quantities by He ascribed all the skillful physicians deaths that had occurred to improper doses of lymph and asserted that neither he nor hi3 assistants had caused a single death A Fool W th a Plstrt At Clarksburg WVa Moses nowell a railroad employe while intoxicated Christmas night pointed a loaded re-Â¬ volver at Miss Norris daughter of Geo Norris with whom he boarded It ex- Â¬ ploded and the ball passed through both wrists inflicting a serious wound The spent ball entered George Norris leg causing painful injuries Howell who claims it was an accident was arrested Prof Hs Lymph and jailed Parnelltti Defeated Is Kilkenny The ofticia result of the election in any Monday to fill the vacancy in tin- House of ommons shows that Hen aeaaey the nominee of the is elected The result of the elecÂ¬ tion was as follows Hennessey 2502 lSSa majority for Hennessey of the Henry W j talmas laid at Atlanta Ga ay with vmonies The rand Lodge of M ducted the exercises and Hon Pat Calhoun deliv- ed the formal address Tuesday was the anniversary of Mr Gradys death The Ii It airy of Hsnry Graiy corner stone says Ad that the tmbuTg ship Libussa came into c sUnk the British slip r Uiund from Calcutta for London 1 he captain and twenty- wo n of the Talook- dar w lci Car 1 U d Ocsxn V in Pi rnambuco b7 a h ct tt Bona k living near to death by L i Or pp i a Hw e is an uic of Oraas the grip in Bam aattaae by th President at to the Senate oe As In accordance with the time honored custom Governor Francis of Missouri Thursday granted two holiday pardons The lucky men were If W Taylor sent up from Hickory County in 1ST A Kw Hrrer Dollar A new silver dollar is t In created by for twenty years and John McGuire the Pan American Monetary Confcr- - sent up from Cole County in 1879 for fifty years The Governor delivered the ence which assembles in Washington next wei U It will cir ulate throughout pardons to the prisoners in person the AmericaTi repudL s A Victim of Fashion A woman aout M years of age was Littery Prsi9 it Dial walking on Eleventh avenue at Fifty Dr M A Dauphin a native of Alsace fourth street New York Thursday Loraine for twenty years president of when she slipped and fell Her head the Louisiana Lottery Company died at struck heavily on the sidewalk and her his resilience in New Orleans Sunday long hat pin which was driven into the afternoon aged 53 years back of her head punctured the brain She was dead when the ambulance ar Snow la IhS Monntvns rived She has not yet been identified v has fallen in the West Virginia mountains to an average depth of thirty-Spanish Tariff Deere baches and in aonse pi six The Minister of Finance has issued banked to the height of eighteen feet a decree declaring that Spain must follow the protection Governments of Th aW Bit n 1 Europe repeal portions of The Bijou Tlteater Minneapolis was America and tariffs and largely increase the existing ween burned Sunday morning the duties on horses mules cattle preS00C0 and 40000 m served and salted meats flour rice and cereals from January 1 next Fcur Bnrl to Dath r N Y early In a fir Silled by a Blow Friday morninp lira John Diedrich Wednesday nifrht Rufus Penn and were burned to and her three children John Duley both colored who were on dt ath The origin of the lire is a mys- a spree tofrethcr quarreled at Charles tery ton WVa Penn knocked Duley down from the effects of which Duley died Wildnj to E John Ptakertoa tatnaber of Parlia-Â¬ Thursday night Penn was arrested ment for Galway a reporter of Mr Medlcil Students Drowned wfll resign Parnell at Frank E Dickerson and Mrs Minnie ire him to Brundage medical students his seat if his eonstil broke do sp because of his allegiance to Mr through the ice of a pond on which they Parnell were skating at Ann Arbor Mich and were drowned Busti ST Hoises Dtroysd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Convcts Pardoned One a Lifer - -- urt of 1 A ler J H F Mil- Â¬ fire in Vii a whole block 000 destroyed of business A I Lnrnh lymp s n Leprosy ehfi d in of lerwN MasJ The Muoi cost c Trmpls OutteJ by Fr Tiore efiMo li the house secur- - Md ietely At St Paul Minn Christmas Silas Nickel colored killed his stepdaugh- Â¬ dangerously ter Emma wounded his wife and committed sui- Â¬ cide SawtoUs to Ban At Dover N II Isaac B Sawtelle was convicted of the murer of his brother Hiram and was sentenced to be hanged on the first Tuesday of J anuary Trady In Bt Paul lc2 boy named AVood shot and killed Robert Gregory ng ory three months before killed the boys father Thos Wood Hknry Watterson has been chosen to fill the vacancy in the National Dem orratic Committee caused by the death of Henry D Mcllenry Maa Wilson Kuan is of Sei ttsburg Caldwell County was sitting in her riwim playing with her children when her clothing was suddenly discovered on fire Starting up she ran from the house wrapped in flames Water ws thrown upon her but she was so terri- Â¬ bly burned that she has since died in great agony I x a drunken n m at Chilesburg Fayette County a toagh named Itmes Par News Items from Jacks Creek was In the House the other day Represen- Â¬ tonthree others were injuredkilled Two or daring the tative Iilanchard of Louis ana offered fusilade of over a hundred shots Â¬ for reference a resolution fiat the ComCloveuport is jubilant over a prom- Â¬ mittee on Panking and Cur ency of the ised revival of its lioom the promise be House lie instructed to bring in a bill sev- Â¬ providing for such an increise of the le- Â¬ ing conveyed by the success after eral disappointments of the search for gal tender currency as unied with the present supply of money in circulation salt water A sixty five thousand dollar furni- Â¬ and that lieing coined under existing laws will increase the volume of mony ture manufacturing company has been to an amount equal to 50 per capita organized at Covington Lexisoton regarded the arrival of the of our population first train load of coal from the mines Tin Senate Finance Committee has on the Kentucky Inion railroad as a reported through Mr Sherman the matter of great importance as it prom-i-e- s Financial bill with an amendment strik- Â¬ cheaper fuel ing out the provision for the replace- Â¬ James Sweeney a well krown citi- Â¬ ment of the deficiency in National Hank note circulation by the issue of Treas- Â¬ zen of the county was killed at Pcttit ury notes and inserting a provision for a small lumber station four rrilcs south the issue of sooo00000 two Pr cent of Owcnsboro late the other evening bonds to be redeemable at pleasure after by a neighbor named Tom Carley Poth the men were drinking and they be- Â¬ ten years came involved in a quarrrcl over some 1tiv Commandant of the New York trival matter Sweeney struck Carley Navy yard inlmTs the Navy Depart- Â¬ with his fist and the latter returned ment that there is no trut in the pubÂ¬ the blow with a bar of iron crushing lished reports that efforts were recently Swi eiyys skull Carley has not been made to sink the Terror while lying at arrested her dock in the yard and that the re-Â¬ The assessor of Boyie County reports ports concerning the attempts to sink other naval vessels there ire grossly ex Â¬ tbe total assessed value of property in that wealthy agricultural county at aggerated and for most part untrue S7000000 an increase of half a million The President has sent to Congress over hist years figures Most of this the report of the Commission appointed by him under act of Congress of last total is furnished by the splendid coun- Boyle The highest asJune to select a site on the Pacific Coast try places isin811tiU0O and there are 108 or Puget Sound for a dry dock having sessment who are assessed ai more than due regard to commercia and naval in- Â¬ citizens 10000 each terests The Hoard consisted of two The important question now agitat-Â¬ UNCLE SAMS PET naval officers one army Acer and two ing the public mind in Marshall County Â¬ civilians The reports favors Port Oris thus illuminated by the Penton Tri- Â¬ An Old Bars That Draws a Fan Ian for chard on Pugct Sound Past Service bune in the course of a whole column Tin Bareaa of the American Re-Â¬ of appeal Suffering humanity is now There Is a horse In thu United States publics has information that Dr An- Â¬ bowed down at the feet of the county army says the Louisville Courier-Journtonio Quijararo representing a syndi on the retired list drawing a pen- Â¬ court and piteously begging it to have cate of Fnglish and German capitalists window shutters sash and panes put sion The horse belonged to Captain has submitted to the overnment of in the jail in order that the unfortunates Keogh a near relative to General CusBolivia1 a plan for a railway system for may be saved from the wintery blizter and is the only horse that escaped that Republic the massacre In which that General was zards now coming upon them killed His name is Comanche and The President has appointed Louis L Iv the circuit court at Liberty the Williams and Bdward DeC off of Al- Â¬ case of Lawrence Prown charged with he is stationed at Fort Riley Kan with Â¬ M A Fuller aska Commissioners and the killing of Pud Riffe a negro in a the Seventh Cavalry Custers old regi ment of Alaska and Carl Spuhn of Alaska court room at Liberty last June was His pension is sufficient to cover his alternates to the Worlds Fair and concluded and resulted in a hung jury David W Curtis to be Alternate Com- Â¬ nine of that body standing for acquittal transportation wherever he goes and to Ho cared for by a pay missioner for the State of Wisconsin and the rest for some degree of punish- man for his forage that is duty and who detailed for E Gordon declined vice ment The line of defense was that the He is The little son of the Korean Charge shooting was done while the prisoner does nothing else and led saddled Â¬ out for IndAltairs Mr Ye is dead This child was laboring under a period of emotional bridled and equipped Â¬ orn in Washington last October insanity though he has acted in a very spection yet no one dares sit in his sadand was the first Korean born in the rational manner ever since the occur- dle Ho has been much sought after by enterprising showmen but Uncle Sam Inited States In honor of the city of rence says no his birth his parents named him Ye The following postmasters were apÂ¬ He will be kept as long as life lasts Waahon which is the Korean transla pointed a few days ago for Kentucky and after that will probably be prepared tion of Washington W Prather Canby Owen County Smithsonian Institute at to The President sent a message to the vice O Wood resigned f E Partin and sent the When found Comanche Washington Senate urging Congress to at once by Carters Bell County vice D K Carter was many miles away from tho scene of joint resolution or otherwise continue resigned W T Southerland Cora An- the battle He had seven wounds and the laws of Nebraska in force in Okla- Â¬ derson County vice EL Utterback re-Â¬ was nearly exhausted from loss of bleod homa until after the adjournment of the signed W H Roberts Shiloh CalloTerritorial Legislature A Whits Christmas way County vice II C Criig resigned The Signal Office furnished the fol- Â¬ St BkBKAKBs Catholic Church New The Chief of Engineers has made an York was badly burnel Monday Loss unfavorable report upon the petition of lowing special bulletin for the press 875000 the citizens of Sniithland for an appro- on the J5th The present storm promises priation to improve the harbor at that the greatest amount of snow in any sin- Â¬ BIO OOMBINATlONa gle storm for several years Warnings place Rumors of the Formation of a Number Dickerpon has pre were sent Thurselay morning to rail Â¬ CoxiiiKSSMAN of Trusts for the Manufacture of sented the Csrrolton publc schools w itb ways in Pennsylvania and New York Machinery which coming of heavy snows costly n United States Springfield O the greatest center for a during Friday will extend to Southern the manufacture of agricultural machinNew England From three to seven COSTLY AUTOGRAPHS ery in the United Stateti is full of rumors inches of snow fell Thursday in the of combines for the manufacture of 6gri autograph Is wjrth 825 Braoss Ohio Valley The snow now extends A prominent man machinery cultural Snaixr8 autograph s in demand from Indiana to Virginia Heavy although not engaged and will bring S100 nfacturer easterly gales with snow and low tgricultural ma- Â¬ in manufacturing The only known letter written by temperature are expected Friday from who claims to Titian brought 8000 chinery but North Carolina to New England Gen- Â¬ have inside facts Thursday night A autograph of Hums will be read- Â¬ eral and heavy snow falls will occur in Â¬ stated that the grain irill manufactur ily purchased for S100 the Ohio valley ers of the country ire figuring on a The autograph of Hean Swift can not Could Not Lvs Without Him deal for the formation of a gram drill be purchased for less than SoO Baron Parisse Pcnhockkopler an The threshing machine man combine Autographs of Louis XIV and of Austrian nobleman who has been liv Â¬ ufacturers of the country have already ing with his wife at National City Cal had one meeting looking to a combine Henry IV are valued at J200 each for some time died Thursday morning and it is said that a company with 830 When certain he was dead the wife 000000 capital stock is talked of similar To Boom Brsall asked outsiders to leave the room and to the American Han ester Company A a capital of P25 A corporation with puts conservative estintate the 000000 has been organized in Brazil to when they had done so she drank a expanse saving by of the establish airriculturai liettlements on quantity of chloroform and carbolic She was found unconscious and i acid at 10000000 harvester combine though still alive can not recover It looks now as if the manufacturer of Government lands all kinds of farming machinery would join trusts in order to rid themselves of the expenses of supporting a vast army of agents and traveling men to sell maÂ¬ U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Highest of nil ii Loavening Power The fact that many import-Â¬ chinery ant patents on all kinds of farming ma- chinery wiU soon run out is also stated as the prime cause ni the formation of the comb On tha thine Tourist What is tho naroo of that mountain German Patriot Iot vas dcr Uoheil euzuffenschwartzkeufelkimmelber TouriJt Excuse mo but I wish also to learn tho ninie ot tho castle on Us summit and Im afrvid we havent timo for both beforo we roach our landing Tuck fifteen-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ al Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing a Near Manchester the other morn- Â¬ It has been decreed by the artistic barbers of Paris that the pointed beard which has for so long a time held popular favor is no longer the thing of As hes happened fashion that it was before in the history of the world says the New York Sun it is to be supplanted by another beard having many of its characteristics but still different in its entirety M Henri Poujol late of the Paris Jockey Club and the greatest of American barbers gives this reason for the change has The pointed beard he said certain advantages over all others and that is the reason why it has so lonir honn nonular It is a stvlfi of beard that was invented by King Henry III of France It requires less training and care than any other and therefore in this busy country where men do not care to waste more time than is neces Â¬ sary in attending to their personal ap-Â¬ pearance It has naturally been widely adopted But because of its popularity it must now go The gentleman of fash- Â¬ ion refuses longer to wear a beard which has become so common that every dry goods clerk wears it That is the reason why It has been discarded by the high They found toned gentlemen of Paris that everybody was wearing it that it They said had become too popular This will not do We must have some- Â¬ The cry is re Â¬ thing more exclusive echoed in this country and the begin Â¬ ning of the end has come Tho new beard resembles tho one now about to be discarded in some respects It is like a pointed heard with the point cut off It Is very thin and closely cut on the cheeks It is a peculiar fact that the adoption of this style after discarding the other After is hut a repetition of history Henry III had made the pointed beard so fashionable the Due de Guise intro Â¬ The Duo de duced the present beard Guise as you will remember was the instigator of the Huguenot massacre on St Hartholomews day He lived In the sixteenth century and was assassinated in ais forty third year by order of Henry III The now beard is not likely to be so universally adopted as the other was because it requires more care and at ter tion There is another reason for the popularity of the pointed beard which Mr That Is the Poujol did not refer to fact that it assists the busy man In re fleetioa Unlike any other beard ths one can be seized at its apex and twisted and pulled and fondled without In the slightest degree interfering with its good appearance It is no uncommon thing to see a man with a pointed beard twisting the point of it with a satisfied air while lost in reflection Many prominent citizens who wear a pointed beard have not yet apparently learned the decree that has doomed They still go on wearing it it as though tho mandate of fashion was not the terrible thing that everybody realizes it to be They will undoubt- Â¬ edly all come around however to the conclusion that it is better to be in style than to be happy In the meantime the fortunate gentlemen who are in the van- Â¬ guard of the fashion are undoubtedly rejoicing over that fact The square beard which is divided in the center continues to hold favor with those gentlemen who do not feel that their faces will permit their wearing any other Their action is highly ap-Â¬ plauded by M Poujol who lays down the fundamental principle that in grow- Â¬ ing a beard BBS must not go against nature If the latter insists urt2 hav Â¬ ing the hair grow in certain directions it is merely tho part of folly to attempt Put the to turn them any other way fortunate man who can train his beard in the way In which he wishes it to go is not bound by any such restrictions He can always follow tbe style Â¬ LYONS UMBRELLAS W B BRIGHT W S HUME B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSORS OF BRIGHT 1 lVf-- MAUM IX FINESHOES iHigh Grade Furnishing Goods- 804 WEST IVI FLTCJEZJSJlOZVTZ - - - KE3NTUCKY IMPORTRO I - aINK Or- - - MENS UNDERWEAR vir WKWEARo i FULLDRESSSHIRTS r r JgdOO rrrrrrrr r OLIVER PLOWS r sssssssssaP jr tuCi V 5 V - J rSstisi 4 SHACKELFORD -- I03Et SALE BY DKALEKS IN ALL KINDS OF- - GENTRY FDMs iiig Goods Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON MAKERS House BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40- - PILES Ill PILES SALT RHEUM Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA 01 D PURPOSES C T WELLS F B CARR G T WELLS CO TkeODlv Coal Yard in Tin n price 50 cents 4rTK R O I D SOH F ABSOlyUTBLyY IXTRK BATH WOUNDS BURNS c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS the Yli dont Only a square from be Ciirf howe have to Hid away MM io arble dfot Soft Coal and Anthracite Nut and Lump Coal Now open at M next toTSecond Try u- FOR MEDICINAL TOILET AND NURSEKY TAR OID CO CHICAGO llL lr Hbyterian delivery in towns C j unber yard rhureli Loweat CARRIAGES FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE to 10 foot alley r i T VTLLS ft 00 For Sale or Rent T deire to sell or rent privately tbe large two story NEW BUGGIES NEW PH2ET0NS Iot3xi50to Orclard Strett ANNF COTTAGE QJEEN 10 loot alley ew xio rooms Halhe Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLING-S-ne6 rooms each 1 lots all well finished 40X o STORE HOUSE 111 ft V m Baking Powder NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES egant I on a good corner M Ky known as th in Ellbt HH pmp t Three Elegnnt BUILDING LOTS Fifth NEW SULKIES rite or as a whole on w lot m m a go AaSOLUTELY PURE THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS My vehicles are all new and of the Powells addition on W very latent patterns They are oxifo feet j 011 lhe most reasonable term If v want a vehicle come and ksa me and J9 For prves on anv of the above you wont go home without ne W WIGGINS 11 5- - JOHN DONELSON 4- - I offer for sale tbe residence Eig grounds on Third street ree roosn front new ho All in en cellar outbuildings Ac repair On st W PICE THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON town Some handsome residences and excellent business houses have also been the principle of tariff reform is a Demo- Â¬ cratic principle in the advocacy of which Editor built But Richmonds growth dates a long way back It lias not sprung up within the past year or two as some other towns and is not of the mush room tvpe Rich mond has grown steadily and surely for forty years In 1 BVa the court house yet one of the liest in the State was built In 1H54 and V the block on Smth side of Main street lietween 2nd and rd streets entirely rebuilt Abut that time a strong jail was erected In lH Vi the cem etery now the handsomest in Kentucky was laid out and in MM Madison Female Institute was dedicated During that period the Christian and Presbyterian churches were built vet attractive struct ures The war stopped all pi ogress but when hostilities ceased the amphitheatre then the largest and iinest in the State was built In 18iS the railroad from Lou- Â¬ isville by way of Stanford was opened and the Barlow mill was begun Richmonds first mil Then followed the Catholic church ireens Opera House and other buildings In 1871 the square on the North side of Main street lietween 2nd and 3rd was rebuilt In 1874 1 the square on 1st street was entirely rebuilt In 1S74 Central University was opened and has grown from one building into eight Donelsons carriage works came in some where in the 70s and the Monumental works w ere reorganized and enlarged The Potts mill and a Planing mill appeared within that period I er with many attractive business houses Another BMMpapar had already started and various streets had In cn oened a telegraph line added and two lianks anc The past ten other ojera house years have more than kept pare with the former decades One of the test equipped photograph galleries in the State a new jail several new liven-- stables another planing mill a grand hotel a telephone exchange steam creamery steam laundry and a number of the handsomest residen ces in the State have lieen built The prospects for the coming decade are more promising by far than were any of the past Richmond is in a jiosition to COBV tinue her grow th and that at a more rapid pace than at any time in the jast Let the good work go on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 mamma every wedsesday by The Climax Printing Wm G White Chas S Co Powell the party should be active and aggressive This was a task of some difficulty at the outset As a party said the speaker we have loen in these latter days tempt ed by the successes gained bv our opponents through temporary shifts and Â¬ ls PRICK Iiil v YEAR fl50 Weiresiar December 31 1S90 seems to have jiiitc a hit in the opening speech The farmers of hi- - CMNM far pivemor f IhivifSKiMiinty all flocked tn 0bbb bear him make a speech ClayV wemaaka were directly in Hue to please nner He is the keenest politician of all the gniKruatorial candidates o far Jr announce If the ParaMrs Alliance thinks no political Mjrniticance can be attached to the presence of Gcskssai John HL Wil- Â¬ liams lion fatal D Harrisand Mr C v in it- - rank- - it lias only I and see sights gentlemen an- all farmers ly pro- Â¬ fession anl politicians hv practice and n the saddle and pull the iiere will be money enough to make fun enough for a circus Tin Glass 1 THE IML SBBVICK KLrUKM pulit Â¬ calise the whole sjhiIs system and even despair lo is not yet overthrown m every point may t anted by the rellection that no reform in administration ever advances in tliat way and that the condition and prosp d in the civil sen ice are to be esti- Â¬ mated hv the result already attained and held and hv the condition of public sentiment Reform is SSajMOed hy a very ml and organized hamj of politi- Â¬ cians From tlie necessity of the case forccinent of the law in detail must Ik often intrusted to it- - opponent- - Ko law dejKiids more BftOSl puhlic opinion t administration than this But what is pained and held is botb a re- Â¬ sult and educator of public opinion and of the steady advance of that opinion Â¬ -- hi prejudice and selfish interests into paths which avoided too much Insist ance upon definite and clearly defined Democratic doctrine Some earnest Dem Â¬ ocrats could but ill conceal their dissatisfaction with the manner in whichVardi nal principles were relegated to the rear and expediency substituted as the hope of success but the timid the heedless and those who though nominally belong ing to the organization were not of the faith constantly rendered ineffective all attempts to restore the party to the firm a inl solid ground of Democratic creed Undoubtedly those were dark days for the Democracy when a small contingent of so called protectionists Democrats were distracting aud dividing the party by voting at Washington with the Republicans against tariff reform It was a party scandal Fvery one could see that as a servant ofmononoly the Democracy could never compete successfully with the Re- Â¬ publican patty What was needed to clear the political sky was that some one bavins the responsibility and authority Of a leader should voice the sentiment with which the party conscience had When the cries of long lioen occupied caused a a suffering people lor relief genuine DemKratic remedy to be pro- the party at once says Mr Cleve- Â¬ land recognized its duty and gave proof of its unconquerable Democratic in- Â¬ This was the beginning of the stincts campaign of education the marshaling of the Democracy in advocacy of a thor- Â¬ From that oughly Democratic principle time forth zeal took the place of inertia aggressive courage the plac e of timidity Day by day says the ex President expediency ami time serving were thrown to the winds traitors weresOenc ed and camp followers fell away while the sturdy Democratic host confidentially i on liearing aloft the banner of tariff reform The next step of the Â¬ Â¬ in the Legislature of that State that the university is a rich mans iwllege He shows by figures that it is not so Of the 100 students now in the universi- Â¬ ty 77 are the sons of farmers This is only three less than one half tae num- Â¬ ber furnished from all other callings and There are 146 students in sions the sub graduate classes and 68 of these are farmers sons The proportion of sons of farmers to the whole is 4Ci The Chicago Evening Jounul claims Chicago to be the most solid ximmer cial citv in the United suites if not in the world whereat theCincinniti Commercial says that as a matter of history Cincinnati hafc for forty years been re gaided the soundest business citv in the The Boston Transcri pt copies country the alxive as specimens of the attempts to outdo each other in bragging which m papers representing distinct phrases of opinion in that section con- Â¬ tinually moke for the Jelectation of their patrons Â¬ Campaign ofedaeatioo was to V the patty with the enemy- - forces THE HOLIDAY SEASON LHAL LRUISLATlOJi TO BKlKOHIlilTEll recruit- This was facilitated justice and universal interest of strengthen drawn from the by the Madiso itional Convention spent the holiday at home When asked nt ion would do with the legislation replied that the Convention will unhesitatinglv re- Â¬ strict the Legislatuie to general laws and 08 that the saving of lures will pay the ex ustitutional Convention nave always regarded the question a tin- 1110s important one to come licforc utioii The Ix gislature con day in enacting the most sorts of local whims and ti ijority of sensible local done by the measures could as well Hon Curtis F Burnam better for then the pub- ild know what was lieing done If mention does nothing else it will incalculable BJ0o4 by the one prohibiting local legislation i - THEToliACni COMBINE FALLS THKOl ill mi says the much--ler- n Tobacco Association be in the la t throes of expiring It wts intended to le an organi iv zation of all the tobacco warehouses in ill li In 1 if conducted under one management one President and Board of Directors and with an im mense capital stock amounting to three million dollars The various warehouses of the two cit- r two exceptions had into the scheme andfliadhv deed convey Â¬ ed to the consolidated company their va rious plants etc for which they were The articles of were filed several weeks ago in the nty Court Clerks office and the various officers director-- etc were nauied Nothing then remained to le done except the lnillds which did not seem to go on as rapidlv as had leen wished Hon Alcrt S Willis who was the originator of the schemi several trips to New York in the interest of the matter and need every effort to float the IhjihIs and make the couceru go but it seems to have been in vain Â¬ if Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ A BISV WEEK IN THE SOI TH In reviewing the industrial progi the South foi the week the Manufacturers Record ot Dea her 2 says The pist sngefc has been a very bu y in the South and the Bfeapeeti bright for great activity during the winter and spring The well rounded de Â¬ Â¬ clo b keys stared h i ex President Cleveland not unnaturally rejoiced in the victories which the great tariff reform movement le inaugurated by his famous message has KICHMOMi s iKOWTH arty and in the sent situation affords of year that today has like victories in the future The ultimate ist productive of large institutions object of the campaign of education he A anv year in the history of Richmond reminds us is the promotion of the wel- Â¬ ss Railroad the waterÂ¬ fare of the country and the udief of the works the street car line and the enlarged people from unjust burdens To effect and improved gas plant are only a few of this it wm necessary first to arouse the the important steps in building up the Democratic organization to the fact that ily on and enter- Â¬ velopment e prises of great magnitude as well as icing organized daily entailer while capitalists from the North and irom Enrope are investigating in many th a view to heavy investments manufacturing and in in railroad a building enterprises At meet ing of the stockholders of thetireens N bsso Basel A Iroi it was unanimously resolved to contract at once for the construction of a large Bessemer iron furnace which will mark the Ijeyinniug of the eoke makiug iron interests in that State except in an experimental way At Richlands Va 00000 tulie works are to lie built hv American and foreign capitalists Car- Â¬ diff Tenn i to have basic steel works new furnace has In en contracted for in Tennessee a sioouom Und and im Â¬ provement comjwinv has leen organized n Tenn in West Virginia tare Boa mining and coking companies base bean chartered one with a capital 401 MO Arand the othei kansas has a new 100000 coal mining any Honda a 40000 fibre manu- Â¬ facturing lompany Houston T 1000 land and development Wheeling W Va a4oooiMi coiipanv tobacco inaunfacturing company Front 0OQgOOO boaooaapssjr Royal Va a Ntvernake Va a 3000000 improve ment company Milledgeville Cla a 0tKl water works compani ington K a SotlOtiO buggy manufac company Alabama a 500000 oil and natural gas company Roanoke Va til way building com iuray Va a 300 y com- Norloik Va id im provement eoaspaay and a 300000 com any These are but illustrations of hat cord for the week shows but they e how widespread h the activity and how wi tv of the enter prises organized The new year bids m a wonderful degree of indus- Â¬ trial activity from the Potomac to the 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What is naturally called the holiday season the week between Christmas and New Years Hay covers only a part of the period given up to thecultivationand manilestation of those kindly and gener oos feelings associated with the festival There is BSSjes and good will in the days or weeks preceding Christmas while preparations are lieing made for the holiday and a large jiart of the pleasures of the seas hi come to us in anticipation of the event Then after the excitement of the occasion has passed away there linger with us pleasant memories of the holiday that more than any other brings men together in fraternal svnipathv One of the agreeable influences of Christinas i it- effect ukii generous reactionary givers who have wiselv used their means whether large or small to make other eople happy The feeling of satisfaction aroused in them not for anything they have accomplished in promotingthe happiness of others makes them realize the truth of the saying that it is more blessed to give than to receive The true Christmas spirit is w holly unselfish it is opposed to anything in the nature of trade or to gift liearing as I matter of form The true Christmas giver is im pelled to be generous by his kindly impulses toward relatives friends neighbors or humanity in general He gives freely within his means with no thought of return and not liecause it is a custom of the times And because his generosity is spontaneous he is a cheerful giver and brings the sunshine of a warm heart into the households he visits with which to is gifts and make them more precious The recipients of such favors if they too lie Hied with the true Christ mas spirit accept the gifts with warm and grateful heats that have no room for selfish sentiments They value the gifts BOt for their intrinsic worth but hoOBBBB they are emblems of the love of the giv- Â¬ ers If they make return it is Bpontene osnfy because thev aie inspired to do so by similar feelings and not it is a custom of the times ls6Sm when Christmas givov m allowed to descend to tlie liasis of a trade the right spirit is ab sent and it liecomes a custom more honored in the breach than in the olv servauce But the effect of a true ob Â¬ servance of Christmas does not pass away with the holiday Pleasant memories linger almt the reunions of the and help to keep alive through the whole year the feelinus of good will tomen that are given special expression at that time There is in fact every reason why men should try to extend the happiness that ail feel during the days immediately preceding and following Christmas to other seasons of the year All that is needed is the cultivation of an unselfish brother- Â¬ ly feeling such as seems to lie infectious at holiday times Franklin gave a pre- Â¬ scription by which Christmas was to be extended throughout the year Let no pleasure tempt thee no profit allure thee no ambition corrupt thee no example sway thee no jiersuasion move the anything which thou knowest to lie evil so shalt thou always live jollily for a good conscience is a continual Christmas Franklin makes no suggestion of any generous deed to season the good conscience that one may enjoy who simply does his duty and avoids evil but per-Â¬ haps like Goldsmith he looked upon generosity as a duty Goldsmith says True generosity is a duty as indispensa- Â¬ bly necessary as those imposed ujion ns by the law It is a rule impised ujxin us by reason which should lie the sovereign law of a rational being But neither Franklins good conscience nor Goldsmiths generosity treated as a dutv could make up for the spontaneous unselfish at truly characterizes the Christ irit For the greater part of the year men are reserved and pursue their own purposes with little regard to other people but during th holidays they get thawed out repress their selfish instinct and try to lie kindly and symjiathetic If with this change of manner they have the good conscience recommended by Franklin they can spend their Christmas jollily and prolong the season as long as they maintain the tme Christmas spirit -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ principle to which the party had com- Â¬ mitted itself Converts wire easily made anil these in turn converted others till as the recent elections showed the ene mys army wan reduced in many States to astonishingly small proportions The tariff reform literature of our Maryland Club of the New York Club and of other like chilis diil a great part of the work but the intelligence and thoughtfulness of the American jieople had worked the economic problem far toward its solution before the tariff reform pamphlets came to their aid Mr Cleveland pokes fun at various Republican Senators and Repre Â¬ sentatives who in ss7 predicted ruin for the Democratic party as the result of its adoption of low tariff programme The actual result he shows has disordered as well as amazed the overconfident enemy Mr Blaine is covertly referred to shrewd and weatlier w ise navigator who has left the party ship and clambered off into a frail bark lalieled reciproc Â¬ ity When last wen Mr Cleveland adds he was hovering near prepared to climb aboard again or sail away as wind and wave would appear to make most safe The unwieldy party hulk of Boarboa Republicanism he des ribes as still alloat but damaged and badly leakIn view of this change in the coning dition of opiKinents recently so arrogant and proud tariff reformers everywhere have certainly good reason to exult in the success of their last campaign and to pick their flints assiduously in prepara tion for that f IK2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The bureau of the American republics that at Washington has information agents of Raron Hirsch the famous Jew ish philanthropist of laris are now vis iting cit the Argentine Republic and Braafl for the purpose of prosjxeting for the location of colonies of Russian Jews now leaving the Czars dominations iu the interior of these two great South American republics It is sti ted that Boron Tlirsch has agreed to pay the ex Â¬ pense of locating thirty adults in Brazil and thirty in Argentine Repu die pay Â¬ ing their passage from Europe provided those governments will give ttem land for cultivation A wedding of social importance will occur on next New Years day at Dan- Â¬ ville says the Louisville Times At high noon Mr Samuel Gill Boyle a brother of St John Boyle ol this city and Miss Mary Whitthorne a well known belle of Western Tennessee will be united in marriage The bride is a daughter of Representative Whitthorne of Tennessee and the groom is editor of the Kentucky Stock Farm at Lexington The marriage will occur at the residence of Mr C P Cecil Cards announcing the marriage have been issued but invitations to the wedding width will be a quiet one are verbal and hav been limited to a few relatives Pum tllr Aivocatt On Saturday night Noah Crook a negro railroad hand from from Virginia became involved in a quarrel with sfoM Mack s negro of this city and shot him twice in the head inflicting severe wounds Crook then fled going out the road towards Lexington Officer Shack leford halted him when the negro drew bis pistol and fired the ball striking him in the call ot the leg making a painful tlesh wound Shackleford then took a hand in the firing and was more successful one bullet going through the lower part of Crooks body He brought his prisoner to town and placed him in jail where he died the next nigh Rmoksf Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ lisrional fishermen are complaining of tco many sardines The bay is fairly The oldest inhabitant alive with them does not remember liearing of so many fiiih before in any waters oi under any If sardines did not in- Â¬ circumstances terfere with other fishing net spreaders would not object to their presence of sailing craft can not get their nts down at times so thick are the little 6liincrs and to lie caught in a shoal of them is no laughing matter The most luck breaking exertions at the oars are uuproduetive of a loot of headway and numerous rejiorts come in regarding biats being literally fish bound for hiiurs at a time Clear nights when fliherraen most do sea are selected by the sardines for their playtime They come to the surface in such myriads as to set the waters fairly ablaze with their silvery phosphorescent light and their leaping and playing produce a sound that resembles the patter of hail All the quiet caves oi the bay are infest el with them so that the favorite On rounds are totally inaccessible Saturday night two boats whose proprietors had been taking fair catches of herring oil Goaf Island dropped their utM fathoms of net in their accustomed place and then turned in for an hours nap When they woke up their floats had en All their strength entirely disappeared scarcely Sufficed to hoist the nets and When they dill get them near the sur fice a lively mass of sardines that filled every mesh came near towing them out Pro-p-ieto- rs fishing-gÂ¬ Â¬ losea CONCERNING FARMKUS late Wm C Glares P C Kidd sold for the executors of the near Georgetown he farm containing H70 acres to Col R Pepper Frankfort for S8SJ0 per acre imouiiting to o414 Dr J B Owsley tells us that his firm has already bought i00000 pounds of ba Â¬ con sides paying less than 6 cents a potinnd for them The firm is also killing an average of l o0 hogs a day fiteav Â¬ finl Jtiiriiul To William J Turpin of Carrollton Mo belongs the distinction of feeding the highest priced bunch of Cattle Tl e year that is now rapidly drawing to a close has been marked by events that will always make it a memorable year in the history of trotting and pac Â¬ ing performances More horses have entered the feat 220 and 2 15 lists than in any previous year and more low rec- Â¬ ords have lieen made More great races have been trotted and the average at Â¬ tendance at the meetings has been better Manv more trotters have been sold for higher average prices Mon new breed- Â¬ ing farms have been establised and the older farms have made greater efforts to improve the quality of their stock and their facilities for handling and develop- Â¬ ing trotters The new fashioned kite shajied track if not U6ed for the first time has at least come into extensive public notice for the first time Two horses have surpassed any producers of preceding years in the numler of performers they have added to the list and several more have made additions that in any previous year would have The been regarded as phenomenal stallion record standing at the close of last vear has been repeatedly broken up by two horses and now stands a second The and a quarter lower than in 188 pac ng stallion record has been reduced record four seconds The has lieen reduced five and a half seeonds ld fillies have made recand ord- one against the watch in 2121 the Other in the third heat of a race in 2 14 J A stallion has trotted in The race 2RU and another in 21 record of all ages has been reduced a half second A yearling has trotted iu 220J The record for the fastest three A ahre heats has lieen lowered pacer has made a record of A yearling has trotteil a quarter 216 in jOJ seconds another with two weeks handling has trotted a quarter in 38J seconds and repeated it in the same time The pole record has been riduced to 2bi For the first time in the history of trotting horses a stallion has filled his book at S1000 Quite a number of oth- Â¬ ers have filled at fSOOL Larger stakes have lieen offered than ever before one of 25000 and several of SIOOOO These are a few of the facts that will distinguish the year lSW from any of its As for 1891 we shall see predecessors Â¬ four-year-otwo-year-ofour-year-o- ld two-year-o-ld AT jXTiiil COST uKiiuEBumia Boots and Shoes gFW Having decided to discontinue the Boot and Shoe Department of my business IlEAIKR IN- c Watches Clock B veri Plaisil OMiste attn THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR down at PRIME COST PSTTffla X I S DIABQHH - au uitifit ritKcioi Tt 1 REPAIRING Promptly il tIlotiV fa Old tit ltnrut to tne riM nn Now is Your Chance to get whatever you want in the Boot and Shoe line for a little money - 0 a there within the last two yean NEWS PARAGRAPHS In Maysville John I5endel whom skull was fractured by a kick from a horse is dead He belonged to Mth Kentucky and was shot in the breast with an ounce ball at the battleol Resaca and drew a pension of - per month Colby Rush died recently at his home at Sturgeon Mo aged aboid S years lie was a unlive of this county but left here in lSoS and has since lived in Missouri lie was the father of Mrs B F Emerson of Ford Wmekoler The Norfolk Eastern Investment Co recently purchased for 1000000 a large tract of land with a mile of water front e A on the Eastern branch cotton mill to cost and other industries will le established at this Â¬ 20000-spin-dl- point Joseph H Maupin was elected A Mil CLEVELAND ON THE TAKIFF RE- - FORM VICTORY In his speech at the Tariff Reform Club dinner in New York last Thursday night in response to the toast The Campaign of Education les election ried Colorado by llliHH majority and Maupin a Democrat was elected by 1000 majority Maupin is of Kentucky descent In Clark county Richard Gordon died in the Mth year of his age Miss Margaret Young died in Winchester aged 83 years Col William Sharp died near Pinchem Martin Virion late of Win- Â¬ chester died at Seattle Washington aged years An ardent tree planter is Joaquin Miller win has already set out more than 20000 trees in the vicinity of his home The Heights near Oakland Cal Not until he has satiated his taste for tree planting does he intend to return to literary work At Harrodsburg John Rusi ell and He- Â¬ witt Beans were at Aliins photograph gallery having their pictures taken in cowboy style the pistol which Russell had want off sending a bullet into Bon tas left breast just above the heart inflicting a dangerous wound Thomas W Yarnon County Judge of Lincoln county died suddenly Thursday moniing at his home in Stanford He had been continuously iu office since 1804 ahd several times served as Representative and Senator in the General As sembly He was in his Mth year In the equity session of the Supreme Court at Boston yesterday Judge knowl ton was asked to appoint a trustee for tlie landholders on the Fanners Loan and Trust Co at Kansas The Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co which is the present trustee hs tendered its resignation and it is necessarv that a new trus- Â¬ tee be appointed to foreclose a large nuuilie- - old mortgages in Kansas An order of notice was issued returnable in March 18tL A dispatch from Martins Ferry Ohio says Martins Ferry has a woman who has accomplished something that a Signor Succi the faster can not do She is Mrs Timothy Callahan seventy years old and she has lived on milk and tea for four months or 122 days Her son Dennis says that for seven years he never saw ins mother cat a lut of bread This abstinence was not on account of ty but stomach trouble Mrs Callahan has seven children She is active and is able to do housework every day lor Boggs of th tty of Georgia in a recent letter very eie ly answers the demagogic charge brought Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i of Colorado at the recent Two years ago Harrison car- Â¬ Lineman Lima O has sold to H Stout Dubuque la the bay L iv F colt Elkwood 2 years old by Nutwood Hunters are prone to think very hard dam Georgiana by George Wilkes for of farmer who post their lauds but they 10000 and the weanling black colt Al do exactly right The average hunter berl Lee by Alcantara dam Meg Merri does hot care how much annoyance he leaa by Electioneer forS000 gives people and is exceedingly careless as to fences and gates and is not particu- Â¬ HOWS THIS lar as to the direction of his shots fori Journal We offer One Hundred Dollars reward The Grangers of Michigan have de for any case of catarrh that can not be clared against the Government loan plan Cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure They do not want favoritism in the use F J Cheney Co Prop Toledo O of the public funds nor the people to be We the undersigned have known F come dependent on the charity of the J Cheney for the past 15 years and be- Â¬ They are unwilling to ask government in all busi- Â¬ oertU that one class should be favored above lieve him perfectly honorable ness transactions and financially able to One famous duck hunter in Havre dc another This view would seem to be carry out any obligations made bv their Tinus Grace Md is William H Dobson who the correct one firm has B record that is unsurpassed in the A party of Mexicans is in Kansas City Traux Wholesale Druggists West history of the rhrar His enthusiastic studyingthe pork packing industry with Toedo O admirers contend that as a duck shot his a view to establishing a business of this Marvin WholeWalding Kinnan equal does not exist and his reputation nature in the City of Mexico They my sale Druggists Toledo O is world wide Mr Dobson has a record tiiat the Mexican Government will cerHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internally of 530 ducks killed in one day lie per- tainly pass a tariff bill retaliating upon acting directly upon the blood and muformed his feat in 1SK4 snd it has the United States for the McKinley bill cous surfaces of the system Testimonever been equaled lie ih a native of and they want to be ready for nials sent free Price 75c per bottle Havre de Grace and is now about tilt y when American pork is excluded Said by all Druggists years of age Duck shxting has been from Mexico by a prohibitory tariff his delight since boyhood and it is said Holstein cattle are just now having 8 Opsls from Anierkmn Mines that he will lie in a sink fjr an entire The discovery of paying opal mines in day without a murmur with a quick eye Ikxhii and very justly so as they come Mos Â¬ and ready hand for each victim that nearer to filling the requirements of the the new State of Washington near general purpose cow than other breeds cow Idaho Is ono of the most impor Â¬ comes within range of his gun He gem min- Â¬ Within the past ten years great attention tant events connected with rarely misses a shot ing in the United States While dur- Â¬ has been paid to the breeding of Hot ing the last half century nearly all the An extremely handsome monument steins and BS a result we have several known varieties of precious and semi- Â¬ has just been erected in the new portion Strains or families noted for milk for precious stones have been found In this of the cemetery iu memory of the late butter for beef or for a combination of country says the Jewelers Weekly Col W F Evans of this county It two or three qualities The farmer or none of tho more valuable kinds have was Col Evans request that his luxly be dairyman may therefore breed with a been discovered in paying quantities placed above ground and his wish has The Washington opal mines appear to great degree of certainty because the llol quantities contain treasure in la- been gratilied The work recently plac Â¬ steins as aimed are exceedingly prepo- Â¬ and it is lik bat mining these gems ed in the cemetery is a monument and tent and may be relied upon to stamp will prove within reasonable limits a sarcophagus combined is of Yermont The quality of their individuality upon hf calves profitable enterprise granite and a costly and imposing tract the stones is said by those who have Rural W ore It sits up n a foundation six fcei examined them to be good aud It is under Rw tht layer of granite Two relikely that American opals will In tho HOUSE NOTES near future be important features of the ceptacles for the bodies are cut out of an stocks of tbo leading Jewolers of the immense stone upon which the shaft country gracefully rites to a great height Large Baron de Bhickler again heads the list bronze doom hermetically ealod close of winning owners in France having won the entrance to the receptacle The some 21000 while M Morris Fphrussi Tobacco Market work is neatly and artistically done and is second with sboot 17000 and his Louisville represents a cost of fully S50t0 Jmnstfh father-in-laIJarou Alphonse de Roths- By Olover A Durrett Louisville Tobacco itaVseas child a close third with 10oo0 Other Ware House M A large number of practicf and scienwinners of 10000 and over are Sales on our market for the week iust tific men interested in the industrial de-Â¬ Pierre Donon Baron de 8onbeyran and coed amount to 659 hhds with receipts Sales velopment of Alabama met ft Tuscaloo- M Michael EphrnmL In Australia the for tlie same period of 207 hhds on our market since January 1st amount sa Friday last and organized the Indus- late Mr James White heads the list with to 144012 hhds 22039 won by twelve homes in thirty trial and Scientific Society of Alabama Being the largest years business ever The officers clu sen are among the lead- four races Mr Donald S Wallace Vic- Â¬ done by the Louisville market and far in ing business and scientific men of the toria is second w ith 8977 which is doe excess of a similar business ever done by State The headquarters of the society to Carbines winnings he having only any other market The market closed will be in Tuscaloosa where the per-Â¬ two winners in his string and they hav- strong and active all along the line the closing days of the market being exceed- Â¬ manent records will be kpt but its ing won twelve races Messrs W T ingly strong for new burley with any meetings will be held quarterly at the Jones and 8 G Cook both of Victoria character S 14 respectively The various industrial centres of the score ti07 and The following quotations fairly repreThe next meeting will be held at Bir- Â¬ former of these two gentlemen won but sent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 mingham on the 28tlt of January and an one race that being with Bravo These interesting and elaborate programme has figures do not include the recent Me- to 350 Coiory Trash 400 to 3oo been prepared for the ocosnon The lbourne Cup which would of course Common Lugs not coiory 3 jo to 500 Society has been organized under the bring Mr Wallace into far greater promi- Â¬ Coiory Lugs Soo to 1400 Common Leaf 7 00 to 900 most nattering BIMpiuo anl there is nence Medium to Good Leaf ioo to 16 00 every indication that it haf a career of Below will be found a table giving a Good to Fine Fillers 1600 to 2500 great usefulness before it resume in a concise way of the winning Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 3300 Sunday night while meeting was in owners that profited largest by the earnprogress at Needsmore church this ings of their stables on the American LIVE STOCK MAEZST BEPOBT county John Taylor aud Hocker Bager running turf this season The list inBy iKKKNE A EMBKY and combined became involved in a difficulty which cludes 28 establishments LI e Stock CommlftHlon Merchant lit Clrjcln they won a total of 018 races worth in liali Uulou Stock Yards aud Covlugtou resulted in the former shooting the latter dtock Yards killing him instantly At fee time of money 1508E0 which indicates when the shooting no one was near enough to returns are all in that not less tha give full particulars but frcm what we 000000 was raced for during the season SHIPPING CATTLE can learn it seem that Taylor was drink- of 1890 Cincinnati Ohio Dec 29 1890 ing and when approached by Hager and Good to Extra 60 y Fair to Good asked for a drink drew lib pistol and 35J 3 Common and Rough 75 Iran the fatal shot Taylor is said to be of largest Owner and earnings Good to Extra Oxen 7i very desperate when drinking and if all winner Fair to Good Oxen SOg the facts surrounding the killing are Common and Rough 75 true as reported the caw is i very ugly BUTCHER CATTLE one against him He made his escape Good to Extra of going to press had not and at the lime 4 oo A Belmonts Potomnc78460 1709y5 fair to Good 3 75 been captured Sheriff Moseley has the J A ft A 11 Morris Extra Fat Steers 40M matter in hand and if possible will 56972 158642 Kussell to Good Steers Xirlut-hiii-i- li G Hearsts Tournament 89755 bring the young man to justice lii4i7 Good to Extra Cows 00l G Morris Strath- Journal Fair to Good Cows meath 107 84i62 Common Cows 501 D Elliott Kelley a native of Paris a Chicago Stables Incle Rough Cows and Oxen oo 20000 Bob son of Elliott Kelley recently of this BULLS Santa Anita Stables city and now general book keeper of the 27394 70244 Sinaloall Best Shipping 75 new Central ISank at Iexi igton has Ihwer Bros Bon 20020 68740 22950 68330 Best Bologna been seeing a good ileal cf the world W LKcottsTorso 64725 Fair Bologna lately The young man reached New D DWitbera King Erie 13410 o 83 Fair to Good Feeders WCDalysCiviiSirvice 8965 i Orleans nntsmhsr 9th from Spanish B McCIellands HaUie Common and Thin 25 Honduras where he had jiarticipated 54568 McClelland FEEDERS AND STOCKERS wyck Btabl es with the Government n quelling Castaway II 64280 Good Extra Steers Young Kelley who is an insurrection I3 5 3 ri27s7 Fair to Good Steers J B liaggins Salvator 30650 3 oo 3 2S about twenty years old received two G vYalbaomsKenwod 11970 48055 Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 2 25 wounds one in the left aim and the ECorrigans Riley 19310 4iS4 Common and Thin Stockers 503 2 00 Demnth 12661 Browns 41S1 other in the shoulder but lit is all right COWS AND CALVES now He says the Hondurau soldiere Hough Bros Buriing4147get only 2T centy a day He s not favor D LPohriferaTenny Best Grades 40 oo45 00 23205 35715 ably impressed with the eouitry habit W lakelands Tea Tray 8715 25 00235 00 343 Hi Fair to Good Common 10 00515 00 of its people or its laws ind says if a J M Brown iv Cors 6 oog 6 35 0410 Bobby Beach 38248 Best Veal Calves man gets too drunk and commits Fair to Good 5 7S English 5 25 offense against the law insist i of puttiia 1o ly 3 00 14000 32208 Common and Heavy him in jail he is made to wall the street W K Letchers Bill HOGS Lutcher 20JSM ll9K with a guard and leg for something to ta Bash ford Select Butchers 7 eat Tlie young man sojourn d in Span blesGa Fair to Good Packers 5 ish Honduras for about a year aud bati J C Twyman Good to Extra Lights 35 i quite a rough and varied exp 1827 Light Pigs Prince Fonso- 25 16J360 M Dalys Montana fore getting back to his ituck ton 14170 RTH 16170 SPRING LAMBS Home Kentuekian Citizen 15340 Pro- - LTndii A Sun Francisco dispatch says Kinf ax 15137 15137 Extra S 5 75 J C 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pork-packin25-2- They were Rolled Angus averaged 1010 lbs and sold at A0 Stxk Fit nil EVERY PAIR WILL SE SOLD - s AND AT STRICTLY COST - z emember that COST means what they cost me E y H J STRENG A SWEEPING REDUCTION Will be made from now until Jan nan 1st 1891 throughout our entire Stock and to accomplish this end you will find a corres Â¬ YES n A Great Fa COLD WEATHER 11 r Â¬ ponding IN REDUCTION PRICES On every article in the house - Â¬ Our Cloak Stock Karhainx Theres an no 1 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 room for ur ol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOW PRICES SO GIVE US AN EARLY CALL ilfiets Iki i i- - Â¬ is now offered Â¬ AND WE WILL DO THE BALANCE Respectfullv Â¬ WHITE 2y- - Â¬ ALLEN 112 W Main Street W I Dtulu Bh CAUTION warranted ana rterr mair has hit name and price stamped an battani mnke n beyond qu LOWEST PRICE UOUSl TOWN qaaiitj Above u stand no com stock below us lie d peting prices irant coods an I We bare all Ibe them ing and represent iti FU1 WINTER STYLES Genu Kir for Ladies hm Â¬ drens wear pric - KVsfe OIV13 oiH UR bomb shell for but a blessing lor Ibe Our pri they will not vex the buver Are tli Are c Fr Lnrat Both the method aud results Syrup of Figs is taken it is nlnananl aud refreshing to the taste and act FOR GENTLEMEN fently yet promptly 011 the Kidneys Flue ind Laced Wnterproof Grain and Boweb cleanses ti The e and wearing quatte of tht ahoa tem effectually dispels cou3 head r shown tliin far the rroH BMBt aches aud fevcr3 cud curr 3 habittiri Genuine Haidewed an eletrant eOO aanaai areas awe waicn cocuaanoa and constipation Syrt of Figs i A tin calf ilaud ewcd Welt durability f1 caquatled ccly remedy of iU kiud ever pro- Sa00 Goodyear for atrle andthe itaadard Welt la tOJO M e at a popular price duced pleasing t the taste and ac man b ceptable to the stomach prompt b 3J IO r Icr road menShoe eapeclally adantan farmers etc All n a its action and truly beneficial ia its effects prepared only from the most been taoat healthy and agreeable substances its bars an reieut favorably reatad ataaa tatroaaeM a pa any shoe cold theae many excellent qualities commend it toam your veaieratanu prices iiuni to to all and have made it the most direct for rtctot postal order W 1 DOlGLAt Brockta popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leclirg drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand vill pn curs it promptly for any one vh wishes to try iL Do net accept any WVlOCliaflaBlljaJl tiff kvt AT sulistitute t ot an tie lb work - aarc tnmiaJi trrrhiiHt Yea rax devote ur spare SKateris or CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO yotr lime to the work- Taw ta aa sIsi hriraraaWrlscceato wfrT cfcr W FRAHCISC0 MaiiBMm Mratnf trot fli to i perwaajai tl m afWt UaU tlMiiM W ce toreiaa you th Louisviae nr hew york hy Vf ro srvpMn lrtve- FaU- Piles 1 kit t - 1 EXJOYQ any object to any me W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE j eome in ai at our splendid new Ifat tros BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON great in assortment price So reason Jive us m i Â¬ ss 1 32SHOESldIs 1 i we will pd mrmpv mrirt1 Boots or Hats than any other bo Sold by Jock Freernan MONEY Vaj frf J I aswaW - staVa W- U 4 n-- wm4 mpmmmmK em- IX- - TKlKvi SBMH - E MsXM CO alfclura lAlt supplement r Vfl lt ME r ffrJLl - VOLUME A - IV f Ud W m RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER I ll IT WAS FATE A New Years Episode In Arkan saw llNrY BURN AM A A ft TT RXE rS- T So IP KT Hi LB urner - TLA W Kentucky Flint J- - HOG KILLING Burnams Building ASILLIVAN A TTOUXEJ - A T LA If RICHMOND KXNTLCKY tnVeon First SiMlwiif as formerly -c ISMiller mutj Ju v fOWELL A TTORXEl wish Heenttd - TIME 15 AT HAND IjaWHKlaHiv Ji k W A - T LA W Kentickv -- Street YOU CAN III Y VOIR fmsmmvzf TAY WATW DENTAL j A t URGKBY WILKES BMITU DEXTAL SURGED X Kentucky Richmond UfBre Hml Moc 111 Butcher Knives Blrm I Hull line Main Street M Ittl lo 4m P M luiiiim lo dentistry Office 3- - Meat Cutters Lard Kettles gray be ard Father Time stay old I MORGAN BfCBMOND ifflre MiiIii Street DD K EX TUCK I over MaillMn National 3- - Lard Cans FKOM c yELBY J loMi i BTJUGIN tnee F ut down yeur crooked scythe and glass To rest you Here a minute A New Year soon will come and pass With you and I both In It I hope to scape obllrlons maw You will Im pretty certain Cness eternity should draw The universal curtain ll v- - thee Tve snug thee oft in t r p p lng rhyme 1 Give ear a mo- Â¬ pri- Â¬ rn e n t Now -- I - would IS EX 11 ST Kentucky - Islaoe Iry toods Kinre on toriiKily iK cupied y ir Kes- 4 V i kikd AAAv I i I s P M POPE Cheaper than von can find them elsewhere These goods were bought before the McKinley Bill got in its work IE kBN Tl XA PHY 1AXS Were chums ym see dont look so iters Both smitten with deaths cancer And these few things that I would leara If youre polite youll answer What brlngest thou with this New Year This annual to morrow Nay nay speak cut Ill shed no tear Though It be death and sorrow Dost bring me wealth I am not meaa And yet 1 must confess it For somewhat more than I have sees Id kiss your hand and bless it Or Is It fame Ah that 1 faith Wtt kindness beyond measure For though shes but a fickle wralta Ber smile gives all men pleasure Or lore perhaps When hearts are Bring my lost lore Oh bring me her Life is such woo sad and lonely of long ago her only it rtHlul ity lo Kiniiell residence Everytiilnc 47- t ic pnifession K UILL JENNINGS M I in scax a xn s i rgeox IlellM MI - KlSIITKV 27- I HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF ofle U up stmr next to Second Natiomi - II Ii GIBSON - COOK AND HEATING KtMlTKV jursrcAX and subgbon dtli K 1 - - up ataln STOVES -- Nay thou art deaf Then get thee off I Grief makes the proud heart stronger Come Joy or grief at thee I scoff And I may live the longer George Hobto M POYNTZ SCRGBON J - ZEBS NEW YEARS CALL nnsicA x a x Richmond Hi Kfmukv 1ST COME IN- - Ilinend street next to Whites Drue EVANS MI V - BOUGHT Kkmtvckv TBH 10 SELL mem ANT to learn im a lesson did you say Yaas an In a way thatll keepth measly PHtSU KniiMiMi J AX - SURGEOX fellers out the ken try o then cracked his speaker long spoke and the broncho upon which he was mounted quickly sprang forward Th gangll be ready I sposo half shrieked the other as he followed after Then coming closer he continued while the two ponies loped lazily over In course th thing hez the prairie got ter be put a stop to NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE An Zebs bein sick too makes it worse Thar he Is at Mangels cabin on his back while all th fellers are busy Ho seein ter their cattle an things sposes his claim is all right speshully P S The FIVE CENT COUNTER at this timo o year right In dead win- Â¬ i in full blast now ter an a blizzard likely ter come up any minute But all to once he looks over cros3 th prairie an what duz he see but smoke cmln from th chimbly L of his cabin Pome pesky claim jumper thinks hes got a bonanzy but dont yer fergit thct theyll be some mighty RICHMOND KY interestin fun in th nighborhood of thet cabin ter morry It was an intensely cold still and NEXT SESSION OPENS painfully clear winters morning when to programme the knot of Wednesday Sept 10 1890 accordinggathered at Mangels for their settlers proposed expedition Git on fellers called the leader TEHEE COLLEGES Fourteen De Â¬ and all swung into their saddles As they did so a pale figure rode from the partments of Study The latter I 1 IAYLOR in Medi iaie and Surgery - CALL AND SEE ME snake whip as he Practiticnrr MUX KlMUKV Mrifinver M Djrkes tiraeery - POSTER THIS I AX ANDSURGBON Kfvtuckv Kick mono J JOHN P M POPE - - office Mam street next irvil or Mum oor to luXnV aiil Date T BEXSMirU M I ritlSH Itc Offer U IAN AND SUMGBONt - White Hall - KkntIiky Lis professional services to the pnt ENT1 LETCHER PlirSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond M - s I E sold whisky and patent med- Â¬ icines at a cross-Â¬ s t o re roads From this vo- Â¬ cation came tho of d o c t o r by which he was lVflrlJntaIltlt4ia alaJ well known There was a sus- Â¬ picion that ho I say we mvstP was Zebs response watered his She may be along who knows He whisk- - and sold strode through the door and vanished in the same kind the sleet clouds without of physic from He mustnt go like thai him sick so bottles differ an ail spoke a stoop shouldered Ver ently labeled But people drank his Kimp I was certain of him although I monter known as McNash liquor in perfect confidence and took Kerrect but well all perish in this his nostrums for the many ills their never saw him before he camo here Ten thousand dollars for a murderer and blizzard ef wc follow him 1 dont know dissipations produced He was thin train robber That decoy letter made ea we kin gi home anyhow replied and hump shouldered wore a iMtg How easily some him show his hand Mangel Yit well try he concluded black beard on a long face and looked smart fellows are fooled leading the way to the bunch of ponies at the world from a pair of black deep The cold increased and it soon comoutside set eyes The moaning of the pines Zeb was a speck on the south bound might have made him melancholy orhis menced to snow The doctor armed and riding a good horse went into the wagon trail and they raced with the lonesome life may have caused him to wood in tho direction in which Fato had wind toward him be habitually sad for he lived alone All th wagins goes this way he and his nights were passed on a cot in a gone whither that letter had bade him the coming thundered above the noise of the storm back room of his store whoso door jgo and awaitThe sun rose of his friends Day came in a clear sky when they had overtaken him wilderness that it was very windy and very cold Stop-Â¬ looked out at They spread far apart and galloped brought to his earthe roar of the storm the ping at the bottom of a hill he hitched on Zeb led them lie seemed to have the hoot of the owl and the bark of tha his horse by the road sldo and walked an unerring instinct that was taking wolf but whatever the cause he never slowly up On top of the hill a short him to tho object of his search smiled distance from the highway was Kimps And il was a true one for as they Beside tho office of store keeper Dr house a cabin in which be lived alone dashed down a slope into one of those Pantop also held that of postmaster draws or ravines that cross the roll- Â¬ Men who never wrote and never received He was standing in the road holding hisÂ¬ They saia in that leting prairies in every direction they a letter came every day and asked horses bridle ter theyd come by eight oclock an its came on a travel stained prairie Waal Doc is thar nuthin fur me yit blame nigh that now he spoke to him- Â¬ schooner or covered wagon seeking And being met with perennial negative looking shelter behind a straggling group of would fling a quarter on tho counter self doctor down the road his back to the Thats Jake Butes hand sunflowers while a team was shivering with a perennial remark Gimme ei write Ill swear or I wouldnt be stand Just beyond pint uv your bes bourbon then and in here he said aloud Zeb leaped from his panting calouse call It squar Youre mistaken there Fate and and threw back tho curtains that closed It was New Years eve and tho youre lookin the wrong way answered the end of tho wagons covering For an instant his eyes were unable heavens were weeping a deiugo of cold the doctor now ten steps behind with now in its dying his Winchester to his shoulder to pierce the semi darkness and then he rain for the old one It was too wet to work but not Fate wheeled around saw the ill defined figures of an elderly throes to ride to the post offlco for the too wet Make a motion and Ill kill you said man and a woman letter that never camo A dry goods tho doctor I wrote that letter Rowan Half dazed they sat up its I Mary called Zeb feeling rather box sat on the counter was open end to Thiggins You dont like the name Dr Pantop the wall behind this dont either its a bad one And I than seeing that his hearts wish was sorting the mail have no fancy for that of Pantop any realized Gentlomen he said in a voice that more Arnold Brunson suits me better Her answer was not distinguishable You dont like that name either Well but in a moment the rescuer was inside seemed to come from under the floor I dont wonder because five years ago What is it Doc asked Brag Blunt the wagon chafing her numbed hands to day you murdered the brother of him while the others were doing a like serv- Â¬ a knock kneed weak eyed young man who stood on the insido of tho circle who bears it am now owns it to you ice for the father that the heat might assist the whisky It was death there or on the gallows We must git back to th cabin boys The criminal preferred it there in the warming process He said Zeb Well freeze here Theyre Its very Strang spoke the doctor made a motion for his pistol The half froze now Â¬ doctor fired The horse shied to one All of us cant stay thar spoke up coming out from his retreat and arrangside and stood still Thiggins looked Vermonter Mangel kin help ye ing medicine bottl on a shelf the demanded intently at his antagonist for a moment Whats very sirango an th rest of usll slope fer our shan- Â¬ Fate Kimp who was carrying to his lips then staggering to his horse he threw ties his hands on the saddle and sliding to This was agreed to and before the a glassful of whisky Its very strange tho doctor went tho ground rolled over face upward ponies and their riders were entirely When tho doctor had gained the op- Â¬ out of sight over the bluff Zeb was driv- Â¬ on not seeming to recognize that any Nearly posite hill he looked back Tho horse ing the team of the campers at a rattling one but himself had spoken all of you ask for letters and never get stood as when he left Tho body was pace toward his claim Now Ive got letter the It was two days before Mangel could one who never asks afor one hero for a in plain view a long dark spot on dog man glittering snow tho slain mans return home but life was not unpleas- Â¬ All corpse his at ant in the cabin with the campers stores liquor looked was Fate Ho had drankage stood by the Cnutihs licking the dead Ho S Blackburn a man of middle face for rations And then to see Zebs hap-Â¬ old enough to have a beard but his was piness was something A Christma Echo hair Just to think Zeb said Mary as one of those faces on which never would You were seen Judge to prisoner vegetate but sparsely and grew they were bidding Mangel good bye by the officer ir dodging about the that for ten years I had thought you bail streets and evidently trying to -- -as good as dead and you were certain avoid meeting any oue You wero there- Â¬ jj that I was and to find mo and father fore arrested by said officer on the on the way to brother Toms as you did charge of being a suspicious character it is like a novel But be that as it may as you appear to Only I aint quite so pretty ez I used be a respectable person I will discharge to be put in Zeb you from tho custody of the court if you While I am an old maid of well I can give a satisfactory reason for your wont tell how many years laughed suspicious actions when arreted I I was wear- Â¬ Prisoner brokenly ing your honor for the first time a necktie a Christmas present from my wife and I was afraid to m meet any Judge promptly and decisively but visibly affected The prisoner has tho sincere sympathy of the court and is honorably discharged Life title tUritJs tS tor said strychnine would fall dead on your stomach Try it Brag said Boso Caruthers If it kills you well stan the funerl expenses I blievo it All right he agreed wuz the letter an not the lickcr whut made Fate ack so queer Fetch out the juice A bottle was filled and soon emptied It was filled and emptied again and again and when the night was half gone each left for home noisily drunk with a quart in his pocket for the morrows egg nogg in which the New Years health would be drank Luck dont always fall my way mused the doctor as he folded a letter he had been reading and opening a closet took therefrom a pair of pistols and a Winchester rifle but in Hew Year presents I think Im goin to be fortunate Rowan Thiggins alias Fate I l Â¬ A a s SUPPLEMENT Sh NUMBER 29 31 1890 RECREATION FOR WOMEN Bow the L dies of London Take Outdoor Exercise The prominent place which women have suddenly taken for themselves in all forms cf healthy outd m is of such recent growth that it has not yet had timo to form itself into clubs We in London says and associations the Times of that city have not yet seen women able to form coteries and ladies luncheons as the sex is said to do in New Yor and Boston into whch no intrusive male foot may enter Whatcver they may do across the Atlan- Â¬ tic it is certain that the fair Yankee Visitor does not here show s ive femininity and is tako her pbasure in company with d man when tPio man is En No form of r Engli- opera d can of e with riding Tri ii L n n that is only to b obtained in tider no circumstances d born girl look note fascinating than when turned out for the midday ride Time was when a tall hat and thenost perfect and severest habit were the strictest essentials of ridin r in the Low vra During the last year or I considerable relaxation has come jver full riding dress and a round straw hat a covert coat and cotton shirt were cften indeed most frequently worn The types and Conditions of womenkirid to ben are unending The titled daughter of an M 1 II is at her ease aM j an M she will be in the evening at a dance or later on exchang ing friendly greetings with her ers tenantry at the covert i idc Her Brayswater in charge of the riding mas- Â¬ ter and thinking thst being on back is an over estimated pleasure here is the stout and heavy lady who hopes i a weight-ca- r that violent ex rier will alow her to have her dresses made ar inch or two tighter in the waMis and there is the professional rideress with a showy horse to sell Yes the Row is eerttiinly the first placo of r tion for women in London Tho last season hasseen driving jump to a great height of favor among fash Â¬ ionable women A smart pony and a littlo ralii cart are what thoy have chiefly affected but it is dangerous to the safety of humbler citizens that every woman believes driving to be tho easiest thing in tho world Only thoso who can and dodrivo well recognize how tine an art it is under any circumstances and that in London it really requires a rreat amount of skill and nerve not to endanger either ones own life or that of other peoph pared with what it has done in the provinces cycling has made small progress in London as a ladys pastime ft is however now bottoming more pop- Â¬ ular M several well known women are adopting it Mrs Hawoia among others is an enthusiast tri ycllst and can give many useful hints to other la kboet the wisdom of taking train out beyond dreary suburb an reserving strength for long runs among the hills and pretty hich can be reached ily from London It is oertala that the predjudicc which once existed regarding ladles riding a tricyele is fast dying out and many women now who are leading sedentary lives in ollices and schools look forward to a Saturday afternoons run as a vtive and tonic after their weeks work iÂ¬ 1 THE BEST -- IS OUR- - id for Your Trade Fall and Winter purchase was nade with a view of offering the beat quali- Â¬ ties at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful buyer 173 ronjuijtJij-tj-trijT-j m t 1 A UC WORLD V4 -- a 0 rj WHOLE p 5 Ji 3 05 U2 WANTS THE 0 s 0 0 u W C3 MiF - 0 o 5 0 a rr h 0 4 0 0 c IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE BiHHER ASSORTHEHTOF THE SEASON So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price IS LANTERNS The IN GERMANY Were Formerly Used as Symbols of Hank MIT J V Ui2S ive got a ietteb heke more than half an inch in length His complexion was fiery red a natural col- Â¬ or whose effect was heightened by alco- Â¬ holic drink Can you guess asked the doctor still busying himself with the bottles No course its mine said Fat Of course it is replied tho doctor handing it to him Fates hand trembled when ho read it and he turned pale If gittin er letter sarveS er feller that erway I dont want none said Brag Blunt Is bad news in it Fate or did you swaller er spider in that las up you Sumpin dram knocked shore fur youre all in er trimmel an your face is ez white ez cotton Say boys replied Fate who quick- Â¬ ly recovered his color and composure Brags er good dog they say Ef that feller behin you had two legs hed be wuth er barrel uv whisky at Im spoke several at once Come boys O I haint meanin ter insult Fato said Brag Gittin letters is so un- Â¬ common ermungst us that it may jes natcherly upset er feller ter have one poked at him Move crside boys said Fate fur I think Doc blamed ef I haint col muster pot er extra gallon uv water in that barrel this mornin for whut I drunk seems ter freeze enstead uv warm me Winted to rtaas What would you like to have for Do Brute of his wife Christmas I havent male up my mind yet A sealskin saeq Oh TOBT it ti Building Main street - Or a pair of diamond earrings That would be lovoly Or a silk dress I need a new dress very much Or a nice pair of new shoes BRIGHT M D lil rSlCIA -X A- XI - SURGEOX Kentucky Rhiimond J W liffln f ZEB THHEW HACK THE CUTTIN the Iiiiiiimu lysly iittetitloi yiwii ssicrnaeoptcal and leal examinations of tissues ami fluids il In SinlUi Building on Main 1K S BOLTON - Homeopathic Physician end Sargeon - each a spcciaHst in hS department Attendance last session 36 rasa 25 H M HrlKlitV Hours Slii to States and Territories llnm a Wi to 4s p m Special attention New Gymrasiom More than 100000 diffi to dWessse of women ami all a clts gen added to the endowment last year cult cliiinr i is s lniieils treated at Hineopatliic medicine sent to nl Expenses moderate 175 to 240 for any address tuition board washing and servants attention Richmond iiflrf Mover Kentucky ex Why not Classical Scientific and Letters Courses claimed Zeb youre You going well Mangel aint leading to Uachelor B A B S and enough BL anl Master M A M S and M Vis I am replied that individual L Degrees Also Commercial and ElecIts my funeral an Im goin to her a tive Courses part in it A full faculty of able and experienced Dye know what day it is boys Â¬ stable Mary And you took us for claim men Prof R L Pulli am M A Principal and two assistants give undivided attenW Main Street Barn am 4 tion to the thorough instruction and disOffice 22 IS- tlienault Building up stairs cipline oi pupils The new Cimnaslum contains a large studv hall seated with single desks convenient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a first class training school Careful attention given to physical Students have access to the training Ky Rkp Horsr 25- gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Professor Oratorical drill throughout the year HAS HOOKER For further particulars or cataogue ap ply to VETERIXARV SURGEOX L H BLANTON Chancellor Richmond - JE Al LIZ AXDSLROEOX ItirSICIAX IjR FEEFAEATOST DEPAETKE1TT Kentucky jm black phisiciax axd surgeon GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Specially OFFICE Next door lo CLIMAX office lliUlmn ixiildiiia Ktclimond Ky 9- - Veterinary Dentistry mid Sterility a HI1 - Taken Op as ai -- stray INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Tne Oldest exd Strongest American Companies RTH A ML RICA On the 1st day of November tScO there came to mv place at the mouth of Upper Howards Creek in Madison county -- A with snip nose and four white feet about Owner can have same by 5 veais old paving all charges and proving properly J A BRUMBACK 1 Sorre Maio 1800 Dec 1st 25 23 SPRINGFIELD iNNEOTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMAN LA MERCHANTS BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison County Hible Society has at the drug store of Stockton Brooks in Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testaments Tliev offer them at extremely low prices to those w ho are able to buy and propose to give them away to ail who Minsers throughare not abe to buy out the count are requested to see that ROCK BOTTOM RATES the poor of their respective vicinities are supplied W L CRLTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 49- - S 9 Dont forte nnr office Ftmer Nilioiial Bunk BURNAM N B Tolat ami Milling J8 Si is al die 4 HDBE FOR RENT occupied bv W B Aj 1st 1891 The Store House on M r BnrtK Country Slorea Himialtieij i roerr Kenny now fiom January t BAH leaf at Richmond National bank J E Green- - WILL JENNINGS Say Waal aint you got th claim turning to his comrade tell Mangel th boys to come over ter morry Theys ter bo a weddin here aint there Mary But Mary had fled indoors The wedding was held however and suddenly asked Mangel the claim jumpers stayed on Zebs claim Saturday responded some on at least one of them did No not that but of th year Its And the proprietor never objected New Years Indeed he is frequently heard to boast Ah then this eres a New Years of the pleasure resulting from his strange said Zeb and he laughed in a New Years call call feeble kind of way CllAKLKS MOBTAU HaRGEK The others joined him and all thought of happier New Year days passed in the Ha Ixokd Ip the Address old homes far from the prairies Can I see Santa Claus asked the Zeb seemed most pensive of all and small boy entering Foggs toy store did not look up until the leader sudden- Â¬ Hes not here sonny returned the Theys a storm comin old man kindly ly remarked Why do you look for yonder him in my place A gray mist had risen in the north and Well I saw your name on tho wagon The men he sent me and I thought I might get was rapidly approaching knew that it neant the terrible blizzard him to trade it for a pair of skates in which neither man nor beast is sure Puck of exinro But they were approaching the house Good Tteasoa Way and hurried on Mamma Well Willie what good re-Â¬ TV feller is late gittin up noted solve are ou going to make for the New one as the little calvacade drew nearer Year Why hes gone said Zet Im Willie I wont fight with Johnny any afraid they aint nobody ter home ter more receive our call Mamma Im very glad my little son The blizzards first fierce breath struok sees how wrong and sinful it is to fight them as be spoke and before they could Ue always licks mo Willie Yesm dismount the fine feathery flakes of Munseys Weekly snow were covering their coarse coats with white Tbe Silly Girls If theyve gone out in this storm Girls are no good anyway said lit- Â¬ Zeb began tle Johnny they aint got any sense Hows that asked Merritt Its th end of em completed a com- Â¬ But lets hurry boys Bustle panion Because was the reasonable reply in an well warm a little an skip fer as soon as their stockings get big home enough to bold a lot of things they stop They needed no urging and in a mo-Â¬ hanging them up Judge ment all were huddled around the A Sons of Chrlstaa earthen fire place which did duty at one Sing a sons of Christmas end of the cabin for cooking and heav Â¬ Stockings full of toys ing purposes Zb began picking up Just the thing to please us some papers to light a fire Suddenly Little girls and b sa he stopped and faint and weak as he Now tbey all are emptied was from his recent illness he looked Lots for me and you almost ghostly in his trepidation Wasnt tbat a pretty thing For Santa Clsus to do Judge Did did any of you fellers bring this here he asked slowly and with After Church ou Christmas Day terrible distinctness The Rector You seem unusually hap-Â¬ shook theirheads crowding around All to see the object in question which he py this morning Miss Alice the joys of I presume held in his hand It was a country Christmas Miss A lice Yes the joys of Christmas newspaper published at an interior Ken- Â¬ tucky town and he was pointing to an I received twenty more presents than I gave Isnt that enough to make me address label on the margin It read Harpers Magazine feel gay Haniford Mary E Jan 1 89 Used Two Chairs The camper must hev left it here Zeb muttered as if speaking to himself Jack You dont think Im a close fel- Â¬ I thought she was dead years ago an low do you this is only two months old Boys he Nollie I nevor saw any evidence of exclaimed with a sudden burst of ener- Â¬ It Boston FicraM gy we must catch that camper Tbe limit Daughter Why is it No Zeb we cant now the storms gittin too bad replied MangeL The ma that a honeymoon is supposed to ny three months Ma At tha frame of the little cabin shaking in the wind seemed to emphasize his stato end of three mouths tne quarterly bills come in N Y Weekly mept I jumpers The old ones are getting rather shabby Well let it be a pair of shoes then I wanted you to be pleased though Merchant Traveler In Hot Water SO glum old boy We had a Curistmas tree at our house last night and by mistake when I was rivinr out the presents I gate a nice diamond pin that my wife intended for me to my couslnwho is a namesake of mine Uigby Why dont you explain it to Rigby Digby Why him for Europe had a chance and my wife has beea nagging me ever since Judge Digby I this afternoon before cant ho sailed I As the Kesult of a Switching a Boy Be Â¬ spoke I tell you whut gentleman Brag who had moved from the Are and was loaning against tbo counter his el Â¬ bows on the top Ive got er propor sishun ter make Vz this is the fual letter uv tho seasW and the List night uv the year Ill treat to er gallon if Fato will give that letter to Doc an let him read it to the crowd Tbe doctor loukc d owr his shoulder he was still amoig the bottles at Fate The fellow grew slightly pale again thrust the letter In his pocket buttoned up his coat polled his hat down walked out got on his horse ami rode away You insulted him Brag raid one He didnt ft rgit tor put his bottle in his pocket aforo he left remarked another who had Bfitaeaiad that per formance Â¬ p came 1resldent of a Ral road Twenty years or more ago says the Atchison Globe Mrs John M Crowell then Miss Grant was the teacher of a country school near Yellow Springs O Among her pupils was an orphan boy whom the principal farmer of the dis trict had found in Illinois and taken to raise The boy was capable and bright but he lacked application and on that account was never prepared in his les- Â¬ sons Miss irant complained of the boys short coming to his adopted father and was advisod to wear a hickory gad out upon him She hesitated for the boy was big and strong although good natured But the father insisted and after warning the boy several times she one day used the hickory upon him in the presence of the entire school It humbles the lad and it was feared that he would run away tbat night He was accordingly watched But instead of running away he took a candle and went to his room where the light was seen to burn tbo greawr part of the night The next day the boy was in his place in school as usual and through- Â¬ out the day he was perfect in his les- Â¬ sons Tho reformation was complete and tbe orphan became famous in tbe The distinctions of rank which exist GIVE in European countries givo rise to many troubles which though they may seem rather amusing as well as trivial to us aro in reality quite serious to In the persons concerned in them Stuttgart years ago says an exchange there existed a curious custom which is not yet entirely abolished and in ill nourishes qui land arts of Germai Tie Only One Price Cash Clothiers lanterns of di varieties and sizes by which at night the rank of the party could be easily dis- ttnguii i lie lanterns were carried by tho servants who were sent to escort their KB CIKI lir mistresses homo from places of amuse- Â¬ PO III of Speedwell is a conli- B ment rnd they made tho square in r iniiil itart Clerk of M front of the Royal Opera Honae where county Nabjcet lo the aetiou of the party of the entertainments were then eratlc given quite picturesque with their RICHMOND KY lights bobbing up and down in every direction The differences lietwoen some of these lanterns were slight but they had to bo ssflssl 1Y strictly obsessed or trouble arose Tho order of rank as set forth in the rank list was something from which they HAS THE- could never swerve Some had lanterns of tin some of brass aosne had wax lights and others tallow een the number of lights was prescribed for each separate Mass or ra is- nai I 5FINEST LINE 0FD An amusing story is told by Hack lander of two Stuttgart women whose life long friendship was nearly de-Â¬ stroyed by the mistake of one of the aaWsaW a I husbands who bought at an auction a lantern which couid only lie used with propriety by people ef the next higher rank Tho servant polished tho offending Every--Charact- er lantern and took it with her tho very next night when she went to meet her mistress at the close of an operatic en- Â¬ -- AND and grade of Monumental Work from tertainment It was some timo before the smallest stone to the most the other woman whose sense of tho had been outraged proprieties of life and who thought her old friend was en- Â¬ MONUMENT COLOSSAL deavoring to lay claim to a rank above the ono in which they both belonged Even after the ex- Â¬ could bo appeased OR MOST ELABORATE STATVARY planation the subject of tho lantern was always a sore one between them HSLLBMILLGIU IM BEFIT VORIESSCHOOLFIELDCO ANNOUNCEMENTS -- MADISON Monumental Works G0RMLEY f Â¬ Saddlery fee Trotting RICHMOND Outfits Compared Ii Cirds It is a common saying that you can judge a man by his visiting card says the Boston Traveler A lately arrived not ten miles from Boston re Â¬ cently left his cheap prinlo 1 card at the house of ono of his parishioners and bis neatly engraved ono at anothers The houses were respectively in unfash Â¬ ionable and fashionable quarters of the city But the parishioners happened to bo cousins They met they compared cards as women will and that rector now wonders why he is growing in disÂ¬ favor with sorn of his parishioners Tbo census brought out the fact that a man can livo in a New York hotel for ten years and never speak to any man or enter into any communication with any one except as to the commonplace af airs of eating and drinking This cham- Â¬ pion hermit lives at the Grand Union Hotel and is known as Bailey Thatis ail J that is known about him There was a statement printed tbat tbe census man bad skipped that hotel and in writing to the supervisor to say that the story was untrue and that tbe enumer- Â¬ ator with the assistance of tbe clerks had made every effort to secure tho proper information as to all permanent residents in the house the proprietor Mr Garrison added that there was ono man called Bailey who to tbe best of his knowledge had not spoken a word lo a living soul since he first came to live at the hotel ten years ago and from whom it had been impossible to obtain any answers to th- questions There has been a story told of an similar hermit who used to live at a large down town hotel but that one did talk occasionally -- HAS EVER HAD price 0r Designs compete with dtj houses furnished on application Imported - Native Marble - C Gormley o Co REMOVAL I ndme A D FLORA Proprietor GRANITE always on hand HAVE MOVED MY 1UCUMOND COAL AND Â¬ Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I hive every tacility for doing the best of work more rapidly than ever before be pleased to see al my old patrons and many new ones ssrRcmeniber I have moved to Third Street bet It vine and North Streets ii- Â¬ LUMBER CO district WAKE A MOTION AND llL KILL TOC i Docs got plenty more replied Brag But I dont want it dra n that winking at barrel its got pizen in it the crowd lias the doc- It wont hu I Grant came West and married Mr Crowell A few years ago while Mr Crowell was still in the service of rMsl n iVin Diu Yt rtrfi rinnii vrsvtun 77 ing over the 1 ort Scott and Wichita road The conductor was new to the business and was averse to recognizing But the Mr Crowells credentials president of tho road happened to be in his car attached to the rear of the train and the credentials wero referred to him Pretty soon the president ap Â¬ peared in person and led Mr Crowell Your wife sir back into his car he made me president cf this road said If it had not been for a whipping she once gave mo I would be now a plodder on the farm It was Francis Tiernan grown to be rich and famous all from the school teachers severe dis- Â¬ cipline Mr Tiernan soon after called in bis special car at Atchison with his wife to see Mrs Crowell He is now a millionaire and is btiiding a railroad Los Angeles from Salt Lski V U THE to sell undersigned have formed a partner Â¬ all kinds of Coal and Lum Â¬ ber at the lowest Bsarket price and re spectfuiv request 1 liberal patronage from ocalej on c i srsSsMsH ur completion of the new railroad to this T S BRONTON place e- SL MIDKIFP Ii D MILLER Â¬ - M M IIARBER ZUOBMOm PLUMBING Gas Fitting Upholsterer and Furniture repairer CarAll work pet laying a specialty done Eighteen years experie I cm Irvine t 2nd Joor Irom Post ofnce 20 27 CO Sanitary Plumbing Steam k r m r dmsur i jWMK Use UUrit CoaPorUu4Mi tswr- trr Evsaks voasjhtrsy ibm to M as f wi k- v- U JENNIES LOTEBS A Somewhat Original New Tears4 Its all Novelette doetorj Mote The aatkor a Irwi to call the attention of the learMm public to the Nt T Yrui novelette end to prepare them far the surprise that await them In case they lcil- tread it my fault for she is an angel of goodness Never a harsh word from her lips Let me go and eat the fatal sandwich Bill said I tbey are not healthy when indulged in to excess Im your friend and Ive got tbe money to help you and Jennie Hero is 500 for a sealskin sacque for Jennie Here is FASHIONABLE PARTIES The Expanse and Inconvenience of Large Italia TWO QUEER CREATURES IIIIIWlilllMllllllllITT MB - HERE is for in character famil iar to the readers of Christmas and New Years stance one Â¬ Â¬ novel who is conspicuous in my novelette hy his complete abÂ¬ sence 1 refer to the aped tramp who has J -- 3- Mill lj i i seen days and who Â¬ Â¬ bet tor 5 vhen everybody else is in a pood humor to p out in the snow and die of a hemorrhape listeninp to the chimes etc The poor old man has been thus ince I can remember end I have assumed the responsibility of commutinp his sentence so to speak another individual who will not be allotted to fipure in my novel Â¬ ette 1 refer to the missing prodigal son win turns up on Keer Years eve riother is wondering where he is He has reformed and has come home to see how the family is fixed for ar if I can prevent it other and father will not clasp him invariably selects this sea son of the year New York is distinguished every sea Â¬ son for its monster masquerades and fancy balls In spite of gas music flow Â¬ ers and gay costumes these gatherings If we are to believe tho reports of many who assist at them are at once dreary and disgusting The multitudes of mock kings knights duchesses scaramouches pickwicks cardinals Indians clowns columbines pantaloons hidalgos sailors punchlnellos flower girls and what not who meet upon a common level upon these occasions are nothing more than promenading and gyrating dummies says the New York Lodger The world may be a stage but these ladies and gentlemen show very clearly that all the men and women are not players not one in five hundred of them having the slightest idea of personating tho character whose outer husk he or she assumes These monster balls are said to bo principally remarkable for three imposÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ VEXVnC IS AS HAPPY A8 THE LOSG DAT IS etc to celebrate this New Years Eve 1000 more to get some wet groceries Â¬ to their bosom It is usual for many great literary s to assure the public that the l Story is a true one Here too I pro My story is a lie out of pose to iixiate the whole cloth Nothing like it ever has or ever can occur I intend to be ly original even at the risk of hav Signed ing my article returned Â¬ Â¬ Tin7 Author I had loved Jennie Finklepaugh from my earliest infancy We went to I in a New England vil- th and passion increased so rapidly baa I had reached th age of made up my mind to propose on the first opportunity She was one of children but of a r lj one I cared for The ty to propose occurred on New i whisky and cards There was a happy gathering in the Bill Boozle mansion that New Years eve Bills swear off held good Not a drop of whisky passes his lips He lakes bottled beer and gin fizzes instead and instead of cards I give him tips on the Wall street market Jennie is as happy as the day is long parading the streets in that sealskin sacque And I am a welcome guest at their My appearance is a signal house for a burst of delight from the children We are all happy so I will ring down tbe curtain before something happens to mar the tableau Â¬ Tell Jennie you rung in a cold deck on your boon companions Wipe that tomato off the back of your nock All I ask of you is that you swear off on sibilities viz the impossibilitity of dancing on account of the crowd tho impossibility of getting any refreshments without fighting for them and the impossibility of obtaining access to the dressing rooms except by force of arms Fifteen dollars for a ticket and one hundred dollars for a costume may not bo too much to pay for six hours of discomfort bat by riding in tho city railroad or elevated cars for the same length of time you can get shoved jammed and hustled nbout almost as thoroughly for much less money ard you neednt pa- - any thing extra for costume either A New THE COBWEB PARTY and liilqne l ime and How It la Jlajre I I toe KXDl i I Note I desire to call the attention of the reader who has waded through the foregoing to the fact that I have kept my promise of writing a story out of the usual line Variety is the spice of life Alex E Sweet Author of The following description of the cobweb party is given by a writer in the New York Star A central point in a house is selected say the chandelier in tho front parlor and to this a number of strings are attached according to tbe number of guests who have been invited to take part in the game There may be twenty-or fifty or even more Then five these strings are twisted about tbe chairs around table legs through keyholes down stairs into the dining room out to the kitchen upstairs again into the bedroom and in fact all over the house These strings make the cobweb Â¬ Â¬ Habits and Peculiarities of the Bat and the Whale Only one species of featherless ani- Â¬ mal that can fly exists in all the world and it is one that you probably have often seen Properly speaking it has no wings nevertheless its flying appur- Â¬ tenance is more nearly perfect than that of any bird It flies with wonder- Â¬ ful rapidity darts about with such quickness that it is difficult for the eyo to follow it and its sense of touch and smell are something marvelous In watching its rapid and eccentric flight in the twilightyou have no doubt thought that th is strange animal is a bird But its bird like appearance ends with its ability to fly Its young aro born and nurtured just as are puppies and kittens This strange flying animal is the bat says a writer in the Philadelphia Times In one of Jisops fables it is related that the beasts and tho birds once engaged in battle and tho bat hovered above changing from one side to tho other as For the chances of victory changed this treachery the bat was doomed to the queer life ho now leads that of an apparent bird but a real mammalian ani- Â¬ mal The structure of the bat Is very pecul- Â¬ If iar An eminent naturalist says the fingers of a man wero to bo drawn out like wiro to about four feet in length a thin membrane to extend from finger to finger and another membrane to fall from the little finger to tho ankles ho would make a very tolerable Yes the wholo skeleton of tho bat bat is very similar to that of man with tho exception of the great elongation of what wo may call tho arms and hands When you see the bat darting about in the evening ho is taking his supper He lives as tho swallow does on insects in the air and although his sight is very poor his touch and smell are so sensi- Â¬ tive that ho has no difficulty in catch Â¬ ing his prey even when flying so very When cold weather comes on the bat ceases to fly about in search of food He doesnt need to He seeks a well shel- Â¬ tered nook where ho Is not likely to be disturbed and quietly takes a nap till Somewhat analagous to the bat the mammalian of the air is the whale tho mammalian of the sea The whale is no more a fish than the bat is a bird Its young are born like tho kittens and the puppies but only one at a time Tbe young whale takes its nourishment at its mothers breast just as the human baby does and it is just as carefully watched and guarded by its parents Although whales grow to enormous size sometimes eighty and even ninety feet long the throat is so small that the animal couldnt swallow a bite as large as a tea biscuit This applies to the common whale the spermaceti has a mouth largo enough to swallow a man The whalebono that the dress makers and others find so useful is what may be called tho jaw of the common whale It has no teeth and it lives on anima cules littlo animals that float in great numbers on tho surface of the water The whalebone is used as a sieve through which the food is strained Therefore the whale that kindly took Jonah in out of tho wet must have been a spermaceti which has a big throat and jaws with about one hundred teeth in each BABY AND Written expressly I DO YOU KNOW THAT-- for The American Press Association Music by JOHN de WITT rnU Words by E B BOHAN and JOHN do WITT Allegretto IT 4 W2 X- tt 3 fg is gjf- W i C HAVE FITZPATRICK PRKCISELY WHAT Vol WW K17CUEN WEREFEK IN CO zzi EO 4 c V5 A L l tzd r M T is Oh cool -i -- 5 v to to 7 I I I THE UNSURPASSED 1 WeVe sailing 2 Were sailing 8 Were sailing to dream land dream land dream land ba - by and ba - by and ba - by and Our boat HowwUiteare near ing the shore the dream land sheep and cam is the niht - - s h- - na s k z- i His head is t How pur- - rle tho His ros - y lip ff rest hills coo -- I l-- l- P breast rills dew ri cj T23z Li my on lov - mg how blue are the his breath swect est We list to the dip - ping Oh has - ten mv dar ling to Fills mv heart th nrlll jt i i J m fast ll - fte VW rj P Vj I Lexington Belle L St f fl A lllllllltl r i ANP- - next spring j g -- Jennies Lovers eto the different kinds of tobacco in use in the various countries of the world Mr Pritcbett in his recent paper on say Smokiana nothing from what we may term tbe smokers point of view He offers us pipes in I ice abundance says tbe Chicago Evening klepauph I desire Journal but we have hard ly any inforyou a question upon your answer mation about their probable or custo which my future depends 1 love you tomary contents The Chinese we are ncreasing intensity end told smoke opium a practice which you my wife Let us Mr Pritchett does not think injurious nd I will oodm and live with your to them in health The inhabitants of ruel father might oppose Zanzibar smoke wild hemp or bhang a Vhatdot thou say With these exceptions to which some retorjr in such cases she cast others might have been added the to- Â¬ and replied bacco leaf is the thing smoked There pa has got enough children in are many varieties of it and wo have a eady brief account of them with their disreply was not as encouraging as tribution and their botanical names have been but when she and with some pictures of the growing with my poverty saying in plant But beyond this Mr Pritcbett nts that she would never dK s not attempt to go He writes of On 1 Â¬ -- really occurred much later in -- eason but as this a New Years 1 have mendaciously stated day re was a childrens party at the iph mansion I watched my nobody was looking and a Jennie in the hall I d in mine and said TOBACCO The Most Villainous IN the World FRANCE WomI to Be Found la Â¬ Â¬ i At tho end of each is a prize which acts as a stimulant to the guests to each of whom a string is assigned to follow his or her thread to its termination through its many devious and provoking inter twinings In Chicago the cobweb party has become so popular that men are em ployed to prepare houses when one is announced and it sometimes takes three days to get a largo house ready When the guests get to following up the strings there is plenty of fun as they meet in all parts of the house cross and recross each others paths get their feet tangled up in the threads and have a great many funny experiences Â¬ Â¬ oar lecp light Shall we iand to - geth - er in tho dreamland heather 0 ba The bird how de - light - ful oh sleep a shole nightful They wantbv with you the - low and play - ful tho Oh soft the pil is bil low That rocks us to T r COOK STOVE 1oR YOLK HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT JIO y- - -- Hs rV - fe c fls PgglH aa2aJjr-Hr-- prz jfjo EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WESTER JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS 18 TBE SEASON FOR DOVES AND M PART RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE UAVE Till 1 1 1 DANGEROUS GROUND - -- Â¬ - man v ho was not able to provide Ids sacque I began to I boose indignantly until after J did not leave the I had done have eaten ream and r which I went to New aged headlong into the I of Wall street specula- immensely wealthy and l but the lovely face was not even then out of many years I returned to my 1 wore 6uch good clothes mzed me In the nnie bad married Bill mine and they had a large family of children Bill bad I out bad and spent all his leisure hours twenty four each day in playing or whisky straights I went to the ocery Ity a strange coinci- i ually the case in New i was New Years eve once more It was not the same New Years r c- arrn 1 THINK PA HAS KXulGII nilLDREH HIS FAMILY ALKEAIV IS Â¬ when I proposed to Jennie but four teen years later there was Bill Boozle with a nose looking more like aChmese lantern than a human organ of smell playing cards with his boon companions and be seemed to be the booniest of the gang I saw Jennie All at on She entered sllatouce for sal But O how changed and -rit up to him and am where is that sealskin iue you have leen promising me for a New Years gift for the last ten He didnt know where it was Jennie ned and went out with a look of such ne anguish on her features that I way fell sorry for her husband pb what was in store for him when he went home where she could talk to him more freely n Bills boon companions heard how be had deceived his wife they be- Â¬ come indignant and threats of lynching were freely indulged in One of tbeni seised a missile and before I could stay his arm be burled it with all his force at the inattentive husband It struck i full force on the head and next moment his head and shirt re covered with crimson gore He li had been struck by an over ripe tomato Authors of novelettes are warned that a patent for this startling climax has been applied for Tbe storm of indignation assumed tensions that Bill Boozle rose t and staggered out of the e revellers giving him kick that raised him off tbe nd 1 foKiwed him He tnean b sides of tbe road in a aig ar to men who take y straights He was railroad station I kept on aicp him He evidently contem Â¬ ned throwing himself under some passim-- train Then he changed his nd ssd started in tbe direction of the station In a moment I bad divined tion He bad given up the Kef throwing himself under the lo Hone Hen otire as too uncertain He was go The intelligence of the horse has Just Hfts adopt s mode of death which iemore painful would be absolutely been demonstrated at Vesper near Syacuso N Y s going to eat a kiln dried Among a herd of Hambletonian horses in a field was a Bfct tench counter sandwich as be was reaching out for the brood maro and a sucking colt A few 1 sandwich I grasped his suicidal days ago the mother partly ptlled one B and led bim awsy where I gave him of her shoes off With a great deal of horse sense she jumped out of the card and told him that I had come are him and Jennie from a fate pasture and went to the blacksmith Hfe than death shop The smithy started to drive the ill was surprised bat he consented animal away but Dually discovered and sustain from sandwiches for tbe pres reset the bent bhoe The mare then I asked him how his wife wss went contentedly back to the pasture scaled the fence and was onoe more coming on at Heavens be exclaimed she mingled with the herd arving to daath for a sealskin asoqae Fonr of the Animals Fall Before Hit Rifle and He loses With the Fifth The hero of a bear adventure is Bert Monroe son of Henry Monroe of the valley near Helena Mont Tho boy is about nineteen or twenty years old and is an enthusiastic hunter and a dead shot Labt fall says tbe St Louis Globe Democrat he killed the largest bear that had ever been killed in this section and ho refused seventy five dol- Â¬ lars for the bide Ycung Monroe started out for St Pe- Â¬ ters mission not long ago on a hunting expedition He was after bear and he found more than he had bargained for His journey took him up toward the bead of Milk river and while not ex- Â¬ pecting it he came face to face with a bear which emerged from what after- Â¬ wards proved to be a bears den or lair He had no sooner killed the bear with hiB trusty rifle than another one ap-Â¬ POLLY AND THE HENS peared He killed this one in the same He killed Aa Ed oca tad Parrot That Got Herself way and tho third appeared this one also and before he had time to Into Troubla Our next door neighbor writes a cor Â¬ realize that he was petting about all respondent of Munsons World owns an the bear he cared for in one day bear amusing parrot which is always getting number for appeared This fellow he into mischief but generally gets out also killed and there was only one cartridge left in his magazine again without much trouble to herself Ho When she has done any thing for which needed this cartridge too for a fifth bear and larger than any of the other she knows she ought to be punished she holds her head to one side and ey Â¬ four came out of his den and made for ing her mistress says in a sing song him tone Polly is a good girl until she He fired his last shot and though it sees her mistress smile then she flaps probably hit Bruin it did not do the her wings and cries out Hurrah business for he came straight at him Polly is a good girl Monroe did not have time to get another She has been allowed to go free in the garden wbera cartridge in his gun before the infuri- Â¬ she promenades back and forth on the ated beast was on him The animal walks sunning herself and warning off made a slap at him which sent the use- Â¬ all intruders less gun flying out of his grasp and he One morning a hen strayed out of the just had time to draw his hunting knife chicken yard and was quietly picking and give Bruin an ugly cut in the throat up her breakfast when Poll marched up In doing this he received a severe to her and called out Shoo in her squeeze from the monster and a fearful shrill voice The poor hen retreated to bite on the shoulder her own quarters running as fast as she Then ho lost consciousness It must could followed by Poll who screamed have been only for a few moments how- Â¬ Shoo at every step ever for when he came to again his A few days later Poll extended her horse was between him and the liear morning walk into tho chicken yard The latter was evidently hurt for ho Here with her usual curiosity she went was making a feeble attack upon tbe peering into every corner tiU she camo horse and was bleeding profusely from to the old hen on her nest The hen tho wound in the throat When tbe made a dive for Polls yellow head but horse turned tail to his adversary and missed it Poll thinking discretion tho began to kick the bear made off to the better part of valor turned to run the brush leaving a trail of blood behind hen with wings aide spread following Monroe found that he was hurt in his close after back and side which had been terribly As she ran Poll screamed In her torn in his brief struggle With diff- Â¬ shrillest tones O Lord O Lord iculty he mounted his horse which was A member of tbe family who had quite unhurt and rodo two miles to a witnessed the performance thought it point where men were at work on a rail- Â¬ time to interfere in Polls behalf as the road grade of tbe Great Northern From tngry hen was paining on her He ran here he was taken to the Piegan agency out and stooping down held out his A party which went out the next day hands Poll lost no time in traveling up found the four bears which had been to bis shoulder Then from her high kiUed and a trail of blood loading as rantage ground she turned and looking far as the stream made by the fifth down on her foe 3creamd Hello therel bear Tho gun was also found where ii Shoohad fallen The frightened hen returned to her nest as rapidly as she had come Â¬ rman smokers and he has a word on French pipes 1 t what kind of stuff these people burn in their pipes is not so much as stated at The English traveler on the continent will soon gain the informa Â¬ tion for himself Go where ho may be will find it simply impossible to obtain what he will dignify with tbe name of tobacco The German and Dutch forms are better than tho Italian and the French but wo can say no more than this for them France we are inclined to put as the among civilized hand of the Qorem mem It all through Tho la of foreign tobacco which are admit tod into Franco are purchased on Government account and they are about equally bad The native grown tobeoso is wholly wanting in fragrance and it has the doubtful merit of being very or as we should term it very rank Care is further taken that no one with capital at command shall be suf- Â¬ fered to open a tobacco shop The whole scheme works out as we might expect There is small chance anywhere and only between bad and worse It would perhaps do something to reconcile the English working to his lot in life if he had the means of comparing his position with that of bis fellow in France The Englishman has not only higher sages and shorter hours of work but be can also purchase at ence an ounce a kind of tobacco by no means of the highest quality but nevertheless far superior to any which either a French workman or a French millionaire can hope for in his own We do not know what value country our working classes set on a common privilege which comes to them as a mat Â¬ ter of course but wo believe there would be a rebellion to morrow if it were taken away and they were com Â¬ pelled to smoke caporal nor should we dare to say that it had not been abun- Â¬ dantly provoked K tobacco-consum-T- Dutch and a Chicago Tribune man at the Grand Pacific the other day It has been three times destroyed by earthquakes but the peoplo get used to it and do not seem to mind it It comes at intervals and really while it makes one excessively nervous there is little danger to lifo I have known the shocks to come as frequently as eighty times in an hour The effects are quite peculiar In the city of Salvador is a brick eolemn nine feet high and three feet square That v as shoved sumo one hundred feet without losing its perpendicularity or cracking the mortar The ground under the city of Salvador is full of caverns of unknown depth A man was digging a well there The last stroke bo gave with his pick the iKJttom fell out and he and his pick and all fell through nobody knows v to China probably There is a volcano not far from Salvador that somo years ago discharged lava over a forest The wood all burned of course but the lava being light and easily cooled hardened into long arcades through which Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Iusocura hoim lut on Ipon Which te IlulJ a City San Salvador is all on a volcano said Senor Jose Fulano of rasolibre to soft eyes of blue birds and the flowers dream land my own 3t I - Shall And Are wo roam the mead ows and stav with the shad - ows Sleep the gay butter flies they will daz - de your tyea When lit - tie feet read y then stead v theu stead y Ty -- Guns and Ammunitii AM YOU CAN HAVE THE I rg t j e- - is t - rU t POCKET MONEY FOR rgrl -- f l i ill Ei r f7 n BOYS one may walk and as you go you can see the imprint of the trunks and branches of the trees in the now cooled Java A BOY BEAR SLAYER The Evil Attend nt Upon Supplying Than With Cash If you want to ruin an impulsive boy give him plenty of pockot money The recipe is infallible It has often been tried and always with the same unhap- Â¬ py result Kich parents aro too liable to indulge in this killing species of kindness Hy the time he is eight years old the littlo scion of wealth begins to understand the soft side of pa and ma if both have a soft side and if not the weak spot in the weaker of tho twain If an only son he is usually irresistible Alas how many only sons have the way to destruction made smooth for them by blind partiality Young gen- Â¬ tlemen of large expectations are accus Â¬ tomed to carry bank bills in their porte monnaies at tho ripe age of ten in theso days of prematurity At fourteen they are content with nothing loss than pocket books which the gov- Â¬ ernor is required to refill as fast as they are emptied or if he demurs to tho requisition the wherewithal must come out of trie old ladys pin money Youth must lc served especially precocious youth All this is wrong Every father and mother knows it in wrong and yet such tliing s are common says the New York r Say what we may about the harsh austere uncompromising old Puritans their stern family disciplino v as better than tho domestic indul- Â¬ gence by which children aro spoiled in these modern days Boys need tho curb as much a fiery young colts and of the two extremes it is wiser to bit them heavily thin to throw tho rein3 on their necks and let them gallop at their own wild will There is a middle course however which conscientious trainers of youth And no difficulty in pursuing Would there were more of them well-stuffeÂ¬ ggFi fcrM3r--j--g- - grfuT Im wait lt fs r-rpr j 5crgj i j TN SrEgEgEggg row Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES yfcr en - tor tjie moth - cr must tW--- r X-- let the beat go dar Iin ing for you dream - land bowers still laud a - lone Row TINNING A SPECIALTY fcr CASH y - -- j-- 2 p W t row C FITZPATK1CK TFE COtTNTHT CO 5te 3 BO- - 1 r3 i sing m to and fro i j-j 5- - tp Row - - c OHACQCTArNTED WITH THE GECGFAnT OF MUCH VALUABLE DBTOtKltATiaB FJ WILL CBT THIS MAP OF Muffle your oars while v in - to the deep If i Hi in -- i il jji j JJ c jji Ulj r ty fc -- i H 3- - ta i fi rr- - Hush for my pret - ty ones fall en a - sleep P- Color Bails In Italy Â¬ A younwoman who had just returned from abroad said that color balls aro frequently given at Nice I attended two there she said one red the other white The red was the more brilliant but the white was exceedingly beautiful too At tho former the men appeared in red oatin coats white satin breeches and red silk stockings and shoes The ladies voro white with red roses All the decorations and hangings wero red lamp shades and all and the supper ornamentations wero all of tho same bright color At the white ball ovory thing was white Tho men wore suits of white satin with white shoes and the ladies of course white dresses and flowers Both were given by the nobility and wero very gay and attractive As a novelty I was told a black ball was once givon white shirts for the men and white flowers for tbe women being the only relief RELICS OF OLD LONDON Discovery of the Komiin Wall of the Mid- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ff I rVf J 3 - -r- tf j h h J rp LJ I -- I -- gr-r- i - -- BrJrl F l J I 4 iTrQL EU taJ JTiiCsfjpaJwaA- - tAI pn TF j THE CHICAGO ROCK ISUMD B PACIFIC HAILWiY j I I ll l1 I zBpzdJ Copyright Tki 1890 by John de Witt Including main lines branohes and extn3ion a Missouri River To all points East North unci i Northwest tfoi City to Rock Island Davenport Dea L2A ROU TE to Spirit V town Minneapolis St Lake Pipestone Paul and short direct route In connection intervening townsSt Lo Louisville Nashville and Eastern wich lines born points couvercr and Southern Kansas City It also constitute It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and frreaing lands in tho world forming most transportation tothe speediest citi s popular an and om a and orado and tho Indian Territory Kansas City and Caldwell Hutehirnon am Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and m ta--n- s -- ij rt s j lEiiiiiiiBMiiniiiiiiiiiiiuril THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER They Are Mat As SHELLS FOR LIME lonrnrial as Yloultl Have Us Think AN Some How OFFICERS MISTAKE AM HONEST HEART post office in St The recent excavations for tho new Martins-le-Grand die Apes Took Hint by Surprise Not many years ago says the Shelby vlle Mo i Herald a maa went to tho Hannibal fair with his herd of cattle to show When he arrived there he found that he hai no u and so eager was he to beat some other herd that ho sent word to a man in Balls County who owned a herd that be would pay bis en Â¬ trance foe of thirty fire dollars if he would bring it down and enter it against him The did as re quested and tho reader can imagine the surprise of tb n the Bails County farmer took the first pre-Â¬ i mium sit perfect piece of tho Roman wall laid bare in recent times but also of a com- Â¬ plete outline of the old town ditch which defended London during the mid Â¬ dle ages It is difficult to draw for ourselves now a picture of London as a walled town washed by a broad moat Wall and fosso are now in the very heart of tho county of London Not only so but the town has coverod them in and grown over them From the present street level to the footings of theoldKoman wall the level of the old moat is about eight feet and a half Tho accumulations of cent- Â¬ uries have buried the defenses of tbe city out of sight and it needs an owner more anxious than usual to make tho most of his property to bring to light tho hidden history of the place I is curious that the enormous value of city land for commercial purposes and tho burrowing into the bowels of the earth thereby occasioned should lead to the disinterment of relics of Lon- Â¬ don of the Roman period and of the mid- Â¬ dle agen the London Times havo led to the dis sovery not only of by far tho most says As tho hens will not eat oyster shells when ground as line as meal and pre- Â¬ fer tho largi coarse pieces it is doubt- Â¬ ful if oyster shells assist in supplying limo for tho sgg shells and arc rather eaten because of hsisg sharp and assist- Â¬ ing to grind their food in the gizzard Oyster shells aro as insoluble as lime- Â¬ stone or any other carlonato of lime and can not therefore bo utilized as food If lira 3 is to bo given to fowls it can best bo dano in tho drinking water as tho freshly burned limo hydrate when slaked is the best form for the purpose Tho limo of the egg shell can bo se- Â¬ cured from the food vory easily if tho hens are supplied with plenty of grass and a variety of food The grains are deflcient in lime and when the hens are confined and fed entirely on grain tho Cirgs will have soft shells no matter how well the hens may be supplied with pounded oyster sholl3 In some sections of Iho country oyster shells are seldom seen thcro is no diff- Â¬ iculty in regard to lie hardness of tuo eg bells ili oyster shells promoto ion by asjiting to grind the d in th are to rioenble and aid la promoting tho se- Â¬ cretion of lime for alia of the eFaim IV ld aad Stockman yt - A lent hst tvi stkv v hro a lrg o cr is excel wf cf fcwli is loose SnouiD grain bo fed wet or dry That depends upon the condition of the other food says t o Jersey Bulletin If the cow is on grass without dry hay or silage is fed instead of hay the grain which should lo ground noed not bo wet But if the remainder of her food is dry hay it should be cut fine moist Â¬ ened and tho ground grain sprinkled over and mixed through it Otherwise it may happen that the prain becomes impacted into hard balls in the stomach aiid produces scriovs cases of indigesÂ¬ tion T The EuglisU Caantj CwanoIL The inner life of the London county council is according to the London Star of tho most simple character The council does not dine together It teas Tho tea room is tho most primitive of institutions The tea is handed round in big thick ups and tho bread and butter and cako aro of a thoroughly democratic type Tho noise of the de bate comes tarough the door which Â¬ - - opens on to tho council Tho bulk of tbe tea room has tho simple unconven Â¬ tional air which marks th bly and makei such a trast to the pomposi airs of tbe metropolitan board Became Acquainted WJBRW with the Indian Character Soldiers advancing against Indians jMvP oaSSVSBWHt often march for days without seeing a H red man but tho veterans know that if the Indians want to find them they will be heard from when least expected A story told In Warpath and Bivouac illustrates how suddenly Indians an- Â¬ nounce their presence General Crooks command was camped on Crazy Womans Fork and not an In- Â¬ dian had disturbed them for several nights It was very cold and all wero impatient for some sort of excitement One night some officer said Lot us go up to Hourkes tent and they all went The Lieutenant a member of Crooks staff was found studying a military map He Have you then no serious mo- by the light of a candle menu Hello Bourke said one of the vis- Â¬ She Oh yes There itors Arent you afraid tho Indians I think it isnt just right are times when for a girl to be will ventilate your tont if you keep that engaged to more than three fellows at light burning onoe but I find a good deal more fun in O no replied Bourke The In- Â¬ being frivolous Mun3eys Weekly dians that hare been firing into us are a small flying party You may rely on Speed In Writing it that you wont hear any thing more A rapid penman can write thirty words of them this side of Tongue river 1 he distance is too great from their villages in a minute says a writer in the Chicago and the weather is too cold Mr Indian Evening Journal To do this he must doesnt care to be frozen Now Ill draw his quill through the space of a show you on this map the point where rod sixteen and a half feet In forty they will most likely make their first minutes his pen travels a furlong and in five hours and a third a mile Wo real at Whizz pop bag sip came a volley make on an average sixteen curves of from the bluffs above the camp A bul Â¬ tho pen in writing each word Writing let struck the candle and put it out thirty words in a minute we must make Another made a large sized hole in the four hundred and eighty eight to each map The officers scattered and Bourke minute in an hour twenty eight thou Â¬ was left alone to meditate on the insta Â¬ sand eight hundred in a day of only five hours one hundred and forty four thou- Â¬ bility of Indian character sand and in a year of three hundred days forty three million two hundred Senator Oormans Itaatdanna Baitmn thousand The man who made one mil- Â¬ Wednesday morning fire broke out is lion strokes of a pen in a month was not Senator Gormans residence at Laurel at all remarkable Many men make Md and it was not discovered until tho four million Here we havo In the agÂ¬ whole dwelling was enveloped in flames gregate a mark three hundred miles The inmates narrowly escaped with long to be traced on paper by caih their lives The house and content writer in a year In making each letter were nearly totally destroyed His wits of the ordinary alphabet we must make and daughter escaped in their night from three to seven strokes of the pen clothes and did nst save any on an average three and one half to The Senator was so athoms four a Lieutenant iA Leading- all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summ r Dy steam from tho locomotive in wint leave Kansas City and St Joseph da lv arrival and Southeast with -elegant Day Coacae en Puttc of trains from the East FREE Reclining Chah- Cars RUNNING TI Denver Colorado Sp ings and Pueblo making stops only at important in- Â¬ tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb D voment stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furo jus mealn at MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS seasonable hours and at moderate prices - To Manitou Pikes Peak tho Garden of Gods Cisrid- Qr ei Falls Idaho Springs the mount un park- th mimnS camp- raorts hunting and sfishing grounus and scenic attr Its Vestibule Expr T that can add to safoty co They also make cl Depots with tho Denver Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all oth Fcr Tickets Mps Time c Western ess nod monthly or further Tatk Folders desirod intonruii E ST JOHN JOHN SESASTiAN General Hmarer GenlTir ftrt Fi- CHICAOO IU - THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE MADISON Female Institute openon PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN New BllildiDfl Proprietor C The thirty third fession of ths note LiaeStOaS StT9et Opj school for oung ladies and girls will 0 DepO LtXIWCTQW LiosrrsB and RT Tuesday September 9th A full corpk of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasona- d Furniture ble Viitiitllv Located OD BAR ATTACHED eil Vbntilated For Cataloirues or oilier rarticulir on or adU o- call - RATES 1 2 BC HAGERMAN Irin sad 250 per Day 1 J A 6 msd 1 WILLIAMSON J BSfx M CHKNUM ITY KNU1NKKK Civil Engineer Survey1 and Surveyor i nrv PUH LiiK tO llJW Farm ilrHiiiHjft rtacet Tnw 1V 1 BITDVPX Special it 1 brooks chenault Real Fstate Brokers ND K farm lies 9 ai trihei y irop- t OD WO - nt iha condition of the I S Repositories Heil Estate Transfers for December REPORT of the condition of the Farmer of the condition of the afadiaoa DEPORT of he condition of the atcH T inviHT at Richmond In tt K V i n--at in the Richmond National Bank the Richmondbusiness Ht KllKl NATIOSAL BANK illlie Nidinl RinV Hie RiclllUOUilbusiness l the Slate nf Kentucky att the close ot BUtooT TKntukyV the close of bosine But 13 banks are used in Kentucky as close of Town Lots G W Fvans to Dr C S at close of Slate of Keutuekv ui in DMember 19 1890 iMcetuber iHtii i m December 19 189u busiuess Dee 19t i ueV depositories for government funds Holton 3500 R I Co to T T Coving- Â¬ - - December 31 1890 They are RESOURCE RESOURCES RESOURCES distributed over the State as ton 402 same to T C ONeal 400 rLhums 71 L8ae nfid dlaeonnU 417 1SI 44 270043 01 Ionns and discounts RESOURCES Overdraft sectored anfl unsecured follows First National and the Carroll same to EL F Glass M0 11 T Roes to Ioaiwj ami discounts 171 8758 19 Overdrafts -secured and unsecured to Ovenlnifls secureil and unsecured siso Bonds to seenre nreniatinu Summer weather again Loans and Discounts t 274740 08 U is from approved reserve agents 5nmiii iO 501X10 00 ton National of Carrollton First Nation- Â¬ C C Chrisman BaJSJ I 50000 00 l S Bonds to seeure olreulatiou 500 T S Bronston to l s Komls- to secure circulation Due 7634 92 V s Boodato kecare deposit 7iouO 00 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 11092 50tflO 00 Due from other National Bank al the Covington City National and the M M Harber 1800 T T Covington to SitocksKeeuritlesjudgmenCsclaima agents Tbe banks will be closed to morrow etc 3tiirt 3 C S Bonds to a lire circulation 1700 00 Due from approved eaa Due from State banks and bankers feni mi 1 975 84 Dae from approved reserve agents 18 4224 Due from approved reserve agents 4iw lbiM 57 Due from other Nat hual Hanks expenses and taxes paid Fanners and Traders National of Cov- Â¬ Thos Douthitt 200 R I Co to C 1064 12 Current 4ti04 04 Due from other National Banks Due from other National Banks 7534 26 Due from Slate Banks and nankers and ral new houses in the Dillingham 143 n 2085 17 Cliecks other other chMi Hems- Due from Slate Banks and bankers ington the Lafayette National and the L Milier 573 58 Banking house furniture and 1700 00 250 Banks Bills of same to Mary Miller Due fiom -Stale Banks and bankers 1305 67 addition 6iK 00 Current exienses and taxes paid fixtures Banking house furniture and paper Lexington City National of Lexington 1120 00 Fractionalcents currency nickels 250 same to AVm Ballard 140 W B 981 57 Premium on U S Bonds 53 30 rlxiuies 5r00 01 Current expenses and txes paid and 4000 00 Specie it- Bills tf other Banks 1015 7 dosing out his boots and First National and Kentucky National Smith to Oreenleaf expenses 1720 60 Checks and oilier cash Items - MM sj Buchanan 400 Current and oilier and Taxes paid I 1275 00 Fractional paper currency nickels 458 9S Bills ol other Banks ciusli items 7000 uo lucks Legal Tender Notes 9 84 shoes at cost and cents of LoaafriUe First National and Owens J H Powell to P M Pope 350 Evans Bills of other Banks 1210 00 Fractional paper currency nickels 11470 00 Redemption fund with V S TressSpecie 17 98 and cent per ceut of circulation urer 230 00 5000 00 Levi lVnna of White Hall has been Iwro National of Owcusboro and the x Brooks to Cyrus Shifllet 250 same to Fractional paper cunency nickels 11950 00 Legal Tender Notes 15 99 Specie and MMI Due from U W Treasurer other 7500 00 Rede option fund with V 8 Treas- Â¬ 14840 00 Legal tender notes Specie 5 per cent redemption than Madison National of Richmond C M Owens 390 BUM to S B Smith granted a pension 2250 00 urer o per cent of circulation BBJ B Legal tender notes 1325 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasfund 2250 00 urer I per ceut of circulation None of the banks pay any interest on 300 same to Edwin Brown 1540 same Redemption fund with 17 s Treas383405 64 by G H Myers on Total lean tor rent 2250 00 urer 5 per ceut of circulation the funds which are deposited for the to A T Martin 300 L Ratcliffto A 550278 33 Total Total 535 53 LIABILITIES Parrish street See ad 381788 58 LIABILITIES Total LIABILITIES convenience of the government officials R Buniam 400 Maud Wallace to Su Â¬ 00 4140000 200010 00 Capital stock paid In LIABILITIES Capital stock paid iu - I200JM 00 The snow and the patrolmen have of the Stat 3712 25 Capital slock paid In san T Doty 1400 Susan F Doty to 7MII0 00 Undivided profits JHO 00 4SiG 00 Surplus fund i50noo oo Surplus fund oapttalatnek paM n National Bank notes outstanding 81 rol rs out 15SW knocked the profits 11701 proflU Water A Light Co 100 Mike Buckley Surplus fund 5Hi in InilividedBank notes outstanding Individual dejios is subject tocheck 122IS7 80 Undivided Bank notes outstanding 41000 04 Fourteen Feet ef Water 00 45U00 0 National National 5M1 Daw 1891 profits other National t to Kllen Buckley 100 Fvans Brooks Undivided Hank note outstanding 45000 m lndlvidunldepositastihject tocheck HH4JJ7 oo Due to State Banks andllanks Jim Goiter warn seriously cut by Rill 2433 70 Individual deposits subject to check 23 00 to National bankers The progress of the Water works dam 0OS9O 7J Due to otbr Niitionul Hanks MB 71 Inilel stales deposits 11iOU 00 Notes and bills re dicouuted Individual dposiisubjTt to check 117S7 7r pepoatta of O s distiiitsing ofllcers 00 Total 14100 100 17 Kljiingtou fit Silver Creek Christmas during the recent dry weather was fine ta J B Wortham Due to State Banks ami Hankers Due to National Banks 7519 75 Due to other National Hanks The land sales in the county for DeÂ¬ Due to other Banks and bankers tt83o 04 Notes and bills re llseounteU State Total TVil 2 Due to State Bauksand bankers indeed and it is now alwut eighteen feet 10000 00 STATE OF KENTUCKY cember amounted to 10000 Among 455078 33 Total 38178 58 Notes and bills rc liscounted K Total W V Ikixter painter and pajK r high During the snow rain and sleet lorxiY ok alliens J 1 them were Socrates Maupin to J R Az STATE OF KKNTUCKY STATE OF KENT IKY 6j965 53 Total I hanger asks your attention to his locale of Wednesday night and Thursday I J K Greenleaf Titsliier of the altfive Cocntt or Maoisov Counly of Madison bill 2000 J H Boggs to WmW Pigg STATE OF KENTUCKY s s niiinwl bank lo solemnly sweur that tbe I J Stone Walker Iasiiier of tbe ahove water aceuniulated in the reservoir to in this issue f Count v ot Madison 18 S Parkes Cashier of the above named I CD Chenault Cashier of the above aboe statement is true to the best of my naiiicd bank do solemnly swear that the V40 B Ellison to i J A BC bank do solemnly swear that tli above the depth of fourteen feet submerging White J of the hanks of The above statement l true to the best of my the knowledge and belief W W Smith to Bennett statement la Irue to the best of my know named bank do issoietinly swear that my 1200 knowledge and belief abo e statement tine to tbe best of ledge and belief lii scrajKrs ami a lot of carta and flooding J E Greknikaf Cashier Sae reion- knowledge and Kennedy s H PAKKES 1250 John G Galloway to J STONE WALKER Cashier ashler a house or two a barn and a tent not Subscribed iind sworn to before me this Jltli C D CHENMLT Cashier wlicre n to lays Climax Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th SubsorilKil and sworn to before me Iliis2atli J Newton 87 Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of Da MM day of Dec lsao ilay of Dec MK withstanding the two 20 inch escape 2th day of Dee 1S90 Jno W Canaan Jr Notary Public K E Tcrley Notary Public Krun is colored plead guilty Rout R Buknam Notary Public s P Ukathkkage Notary Public pipes were wide open A number of Correct Attest Hone in December Correct At tost nday in Judge Chenaults court to Correct Aitesi ORBECT Attest ire yet standing iu the reservoir J P TRIBBLE J WCAPEHTOX 1 H B DILLINOHAM C F BURNAM - from Ramsey County Clerk Hill had a big run of Fife J Directors T DlUKNAI IT Directors v at ik VINE Dl rectors A R HI KN AM THOU J -- MITH and the scene was not unlike a river Directors JlXE WALKEK ISHE1I1V I II VINE I N BDEATHERAGE luck this month in the license depart JOHN BENNETT The Eraaee work of the Three Forks sod partaaent of his oanee The record shows including the The brick buildings place is up and ready for W P Baxter painter and paper hangT C ONeal Katie Powers James A MATRIMONIAL iHiler rooiiis and pump house are ready PERSONAL a dandy er does the best work See him and get Smith Martha Jane Deugberty John for the roof and the machinery baa been Mr W A Powell clothier received 29- Cox Sally Ann Daily Win Riley Dora Mr i W Stockton and Miss Mollie a good job Mr Paul Nohle of Macon county 111 received from the factories The annual meeting of the Stockholda Cincinnati friend a nice Christ- W B Stapp Ina R is in the county on DUSittl Belle Puckett B Downey of Waco Madisui county By means of unproved sat binary the ers of the FIRST NATIONAL HANK Our County School Superintendent Ban of imjwrted French Brink Pleas Benton Maggie Park Win Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps are spend Ky were married in JeHersonville In- Â¬ entire process of manufacturing horse in psocess of liquidation will le held at Miss Iiura Clay in Lexington Ga- Â¬ Johnson Lula Wells James W Bonny wines diana on Thursday Dee 18th ism abos nails is now Beads automatic the their Banking Hou e in Richmond on ing the holidays in Lincoln county A Howard zette nays Mary Mary Talton Kelley Till Climax egine the new year with Rev Dr Young of the Lovisville Con capacity of B single machine being over Mrs W C Kitzpatrick has returned Hon Curtis F Burnam in the recent L Foster Beershcba James Early Tuesday January 13th 1891 indied and live thousand envelopes ference otliciating 1100 pounds of average size nails pee day Maggie Harbon Z from Shelhyville after a protracted visit eeat aaaaber daradedfjr ever in discussion in the Con Con on School Sons Win Harbon of ten hours For the election of Directors for the en Its Kxcillent Qualities Mr and Mrs i W Frazier of Boone Suffrage for women paid a well deserv T Limb Nannie Harris Win MTernlb Richmond at one time J suing year UKtfcMIAl Miss Mary P Huls receives pupils for ed tribute to Mrs Amanda T Million as Lizzie Duncan F J Bnfried Carrie J ville are gueata of Mi and Mrs K L Commend to public approval the Cali- Â¬ Cashier 29 30 The last relic of the late and excentric fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs guitar banjo and piano at her home No Gentry and faithful county Swearenger James the most etlicient Chaateen Mary -- the cellar tree pleated by corner Moberley superintendent of public schools Madi E Ambrose Mrs Mary Taylor of Great Palls It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste 301 North 3rd street hi ii in fionl of the court house h 93l son county has ever had Mrs Million Looking over the long list it naturally Montana nee lieOord is visiting her and by gently acting on the kidneys avenue Terms reasonable destroved lv the Meet it cleanses the system iiver and bowels was at first appointed to till the short Occurred to us how convenient and in- aunt Mrs J P Trihhle this place James A Wallace the defaulting casheffectually thereby promoting tbe health ier of Tom Bradley and Dave Oldham are vacancy left by the death of her hus expensive so far as obtaining the license The annual meeting of the Stockholders the Bank of Hopkinsville who dis Â¬ Miss Delia Baaoeey is visiting Miss arreat foe the murder of a boy band She has since Ihcii elected tw ice is concerned it would be for the amia Virginia Bell in St Louis and will be and comfort of all who use it appeared seven years ago died in New of the SECOND NATIONAL BANK named Parrish near Bed House Christ and the hist time having been nominated ble County Clerk to tret married and given a handsome party to morrow eve will be held at their Banking House in It is reported that in Alton Mil last Orleans after a brief illness of influenza G ht All colored DR G by the Democrats the Republicans de asked him when he meant to issue his The amount of the defalRichmond on week Mrs Louisa Outhwuitc gave birth aged lit years of Louisville Mr AVm Thalheimer to nominate an opponent both own license lie replied that he had s Mary P Huls is receiving popila dined formerly a prominent merchant of this to six children all of whom were alive cation was 000O Tuesday January 13th 1891 The Rocky ar haw jo and jiiano at her resi parties joining cheerfully in their testi serious intentions on Thanksgiving day place was here this Week looking healthy when last heard from Kindergarten Besides but postponed the matter for Christmas monv to her excellent work Mountain News says that the mother enrd and Hoberley street and prosperous Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils For the election of Directors for the Mrs Million there were three other and then till New Year and if he doesnt aside irotn the predicament in which she STONE WALKER She is an accomplished musician suing year J Miss Bailie wens has returned from a in Kindergarten basement of Christian get otf to morrow he thinks the 22nd ot ladies elected as County Superintendents is placed by having a lot of squalling Ca hier 29 30 three months visit in Cincinnati LexChurch on and after Monday January the four baaks atthelaot election February will catch him Miss LiUieB Ma children to look alter is doing quite She offers her ington and elsewhere i8t0 She has just completed a specn to days Climax 5th lont ban Lee county Mrs Lucv V West well Tile Patrol Question nice residence on Main street for rent ial course in a Cincinnati training school they lHik alxaiit ea solid as they ever did Spencer county and Mrs Molhe F Den3- Residence for Kent Plenty monej in the hanks and among ny Wayne county Misses Alma Hagan and Minna Tin Climax is in receipt of twu eonv Pros the On Main street opposite Second Miss Virginia Van Arsdalo a teacher munications one from Union City the Crutcher of Richmond and Miss Taylor Masonic hiectious The annual meeting of the Stockholders sorry negro eohhed the other from 1oxtow n taking the Regis- of Cincinnati arrived yesterday to visit by terian Church new frame house with 17 years old was run over and killed by St Johns Day Dee 27th Richmond of the MADISON NATIONAL BANK six rooms cellar cistern yard etc Locust Grove a train at South Looisville Moberley V Creechs confectiinry ter to tusk for ihs remarks ooneerning Miss Mamie Curry A M No 25- - Win Lodge A Y F will be held at their Banking House in MRS SALL1E OWENS 29 of IniK usti I Beeord street Sunday night of 1310 L Crutcher Hume are agents for first- - Richmond on Burnam W M E E Mitchell 8 the appointment by the County Judge was tried yesterday and held over to We do not give then apace patrolmen lb Mrs Belle Rice and Miss Beulah It will he well to bear in mind that the class insurance companies Try them K W C H Covington J W s s because they came too late Circuit Court Davis of Nichohisville visited friends people who feel the worst the day after Tuesday January 13th 1891 Parkes Trcas J Speed Smith Seev 333J- We agree with the communications so and relatives in the city last week Christmas are those who have spent the - the nbben have M -the McSwain J D R C Stockton and Buy sell ami exchange Real Estate ami pre atlen iW Proctor aged SO years Cha C For the election of Directors for the enfar as they claim a rijht of protection for They also attended the TerriD Duncan day solely in self indulgence and those Ilea SO altogether iu the county W While Guarda Curry aged 80 and C J Anderson aged suing year ami rceneral collection bMUMM in a Real E tate the people in tbe country by the coun- wis it iing near rt BOO - Hamiltons 1helps 17 and who feel the happiest are those who J D Hamilton Lodge Union City 65 died in Clark the past week We know that a dozen ty authorities 29 30 C D CHENAULT Cashier List your property at once lor February eatalmi- Parke flO how much is that on the John Hill W M J D Hamilton S W The Paris Kcntuckian Citizen writing have enjoyed themselves temperately or more houses have lieen entered and of the Charity Ball at that place Bays and contributed something to the hap ot new SulDonelsox has a quantity three nights T Shelby Jett J W Thompson Keen made on perbapa as many more kies Surries and Buggies of the newest Miss Bella Harber one of Richmonds piness of others Trt as J F Mdhnin Secy Irvine Az attempts tapt Tom Ferrill will remove to town We know that money and things of and most popular pattern and at very 10 Reward peek and occupy the residence on bill S D J W Walden J D James value have been taken and in two or faiust daughters wore hlack lace jaco reasonable figures 5- nette and diamonds vT Bonny 8 k T rct just beyond the Three Two red lanterns were stolen from an three caaea the occupants drugged We Dr Vaught a meniher of the graduaThe annual meeting of the Stockhold AM Ko 617 Berea Lodge F Mrs G W Wainscott fell down an Forks road He will le more conven prevails ting class of the Louisville College of embankment on Second street in Richc t alarm know too that ers of the FARMERS NATIONAL ient to his patrons who want his services E T Fish Master John Johnson S throughout the county and that hun I will pay a lib Â¬ elevator shaft in Georgetown and was BANK will be held at their Banking mond Thursday night Medicine is in Richmond on a prospectW J M Hart J W A T Ifsh Tiea- dreadfully mangled as auctioneer House in Richmond on dreds of people are nightly loaina Bleep ing tour and will probably locate here eral reward for the return of the lanterns -- FOR Tllt- C I Hoatetter Secy I C Davis S D Two of the danger signal lanterns I have moved my Blacksmith and This ought not to be and are agree with He has been elected valedictorian of hie and 10 tor the apprehension of the thief Tuesday January 13th 1891 J D L C tiabbard Anderson with evidence to convict to the Water and Light Coin Wood Shop to my two story building on the communications that the robbers class and is a prepossessing gentleman S anl T AND M N Driooars pany were stolen from an embankment Â¬ it Third Street and am prepared to do For the election of Directors for the en- even though comparatively unsuccess Waco Lodge No 338 J H Turpin in tb Thursday night thereby blacksmithing and wood work in a true suing ear ful ought to be run out of the country COLUMN THIN Senator Jones has built a beautiful M John Hall 8 W O K Noiand 38 29 S S PARKES Cashier endangering the lives of passers by See W I employ eight can do and perhaps villa at Santa Monica Cal on the edge workmanlike manner J W W D Backer Treasurer W T ami that patrolmen skilled workmen reward offered Bring your work to As the writers that have already done The sleet was so ugly that it stopped of a bluff overhanging the ocean There Fielder Secretary R E lioberiy 8 D n Tuesday hist as Mr Rice Sirrlet siy the country people pay their taxes the town clock is an ornamental garden and a ranch of me and I will guarantee satisfaction Tom Cain J D S L MIDKIFF Patrol Â¬ and are entitled to protection ii alking airway Secaajd street in front A Foxtown man is in a bad way he 30000 acres adjoining it Mrs Jones is A Instructive Sleet men are empowered to act in effective is more afraid of the patrolmen than of so delighted with this new home that of Co T s Ifoberieya be stepped on a W E Wade a railroadman was found The first anow of any conaeqnence in ways that private citizens are not They the robbers she has determined to stick by it and dead at ieurgetowu with a bullet hole in ciji used by the Water works Company E T V Sc G Ry Co Lessee for di sharging dynamite cartridges It this locality the present winter fell on can make searches and arrests that tit i Everybody bad a big time Christmas keep awav from Washington except for his head an not Besides men are not ex- Â¬ night a regular break down If you short intervals tore his boot and hurt his last Wednesday night to a depth of four Far Over Fifty Yrara nwi for ea S OTllINi SVRLP IMS ixen In Thursday morning it chang inches ltRS WnSLfiM pected to do police duty without reward Short Line to the North and Our Goods are ofREASONABLE Aver liny years bv milliM of mother for their dont believe it we can show you the trees our PRICES The Best tiift to a Son ed into a sleet and continued to fail whlli ti tiling with perfect success It A man in town with the police sheriff chlllrli The announcement last week that Northwest soothes thechlM wftei tbe puna aliayi all naln A man sitting in a dark corner of a noon and deputies at hand does not realize the About until Friday morning Is a Scholarship at the Commercial Col- Â¬ eaaca winti coUe ami Is the lest rt medy for Dlar V Harris of Union City bad Ir 1 rtni i It will relieve lhe poor little sufferer Imto We wish to invito on Thursday the weight on the trees by utter helpless condition of the country road out in the Union City neighborhood ever- part of the lege of Kentucky Iniversitv Lexington mediately Sold hy Druggists In rented the new residence of Mr K C sure and ask for Mrs world one nhrht recently on the lookout for Kv which received the Gold Medal at WlnsloWs cents a bottle Be and takunoother kind was so great that the limbs lovan to people rchases Time Table in Effect December 4th 1S0O Soothltur Syrup Broadway was premature robbers heard two men coming When Worlds Exposition Read advertisement break Throughout tbe night tbe crash A month at least will do the work efwin Mrs Alex Jratz lost two children in The lM tor had only been looking at the Leave Arrive Daily fDaiy E- Sun continued and Friday morning revealed fectively and the cost to the county if near him he heard them talking One of it Richmnd Richmnd Lexington from diptheria perty and talking of removing to I wish 1 haint taken them remarked Â¬ great destruction All kinds of trees suffer every precinct has its squad will be town N I Amster formerly of this place Versailles Why They smell so those socks Ik you want to buv a Sulk- - Surrey Nicholasville Louisville Largest Assortments ed severely including forest as well as about 75 or about 1 cent on the Jl A MKIALTI OF Shelbyville was arrested at LooiariDe a few days Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor The SanibeJ Island business aeeana to ornamental growths of all ages Not only Lexington with and was the brief but Satisfactory had taxable property cars Tbe Best Selections since charged with being a fugitive from he las the latest best and cheapest be played entirely out Rev Geo W limbs of the largest size were broken off - through betweenwithout answer Richchange Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ Upon examination before the justice mond and Louisville rM t645 A M INialap ami family have returned from but in some instances the body of the 945 Week of Prayer We find the subjoined anonymous The Newest Styles Vering Stoves court Amster was released end lie im- John Harrison shot and killed Joe Accommodation for t to perpetual sailles and f 330 P M tree was broken while others were pull The pastors of the different churches paragraph on our table in Kstill county From LovtSTtUe Shelbymediately sued the parties causing his Flynn aory Thus baa aaaaad away aaoth-- ed up by the roots The streets and Law ville In an advertisement written by our in Richmond have organized tne follow arrest fur 5000 damages BarbamrMvillt rencebur Versailles Sheep For Sale visioiiary scheme Stamford were impassable in many places iiiL for the week of prayer beginning Jr examiner for common school certifilie Nicholas vi 1 100 p m Nae I have 1300 sheep for sale including Saturday and Sunday brought little re- the first Sunday in January The time cates he states dust of tools for sale Maps Rates Schedules and other informa Fr J0 Invested In This Way Kqual to a 1000 select ewes tion write or call oi 11 V Mr Harber near Ked House lief notwithstanding a bright sun shone subject place and chief speaker are set Tell Mr M if he cant spell chest to A N BERRY Tickel Ajcnt H H Colyer l s lloinl 200M man visited by the robben all day Sunday Richmond Ky call on any of the young ladies whom he But Monday a warm forth below t J J FARNSWORTH Thret of theaa tfood on the front porch sun and a moist South wind relieved the Ninety Dollars invested for Tuition Janies Bayre fell from a wagon in Lex-Â¬ Sunday Jan 4th The Glory of the marked so rapidly last summer on scll air Fourth street Louisville Ky just inside thedool with ing and they can surely give the needed Books Board and fences and the ground in nu- Triune God Jer x Ii 7 Hah iii i 4 c for a Business Course ington and was killed omplete Ter you the a revolver When he invited thou in merous favored at the Commercial College of Kentucky II Cor iv and xiii 14 All the information Littles Barbrr Shop liemovcdline of they moved off What a mistake he tructivc a churches by the pastors Nobody can Our quiet friend David Noble is a University Lexington Ky has proven an George T Little has removed his bardidnt kill one or two of them sieet It has been nearly 40 years since honorable and imperishable legacy to Monday Jan 6th Confession and lien Republican ber shop down street to the house formerFor the nation commu- Â¬ Kentucky gave that tremendous Demo Â¬ hundreds of ounu men who have thereby ly The cases from Madison in the Court one happened that was near so bad But Thanksgiving occupied by Sanders cigar store secwill do much Jtowarda nity church family and the individual as Book keepers Ihon will 1 cratic majority in August he got his hack secured positions of ApjK als are IiMadison National careful pruning He with The undersigned have this dav filed MISS BESSIE BARBOUR ond door from Herndons corner the Clerk of the Maatiaoa County ng the ornamental and fruit trees Confession Hosea xiv 12 I John i s up and Kit the State He selected Illi- ographers Telegraphers Sic at salaries Bank and Collins vs Tcrriil and set for take a his old patrons and the public gen Court papers of incorporation and is to of from fSoo to 1500 per year equal to invites 13 nois as the future great Republican banPsa xxxii xii II Sam ctively February 17th and The Three Original Comities of Ken- Customers promptly be known as the Berea Ifair Association erally to call or 30000 in U S Bonds it AN 20000 Thanksgiving 1 Theaa r 18 Psa aii ner State and settled in Decatur the One case iet the Superior tacky Girls waited upon Everything clean and firet and will do business at Berea Madison of County Kv At the Christian church center of a life long Republican strongKentucky Mutual Benefit Buckty In 177 Kentucky was formed into a Neh xii 4 Gen A H Terry one of the well clas and the best of work done 13 2 The nature of the business is to hold hold Strange to say his precinct went known commanders during the war is set for January 7th English Latin district hy the Virginia Legislature and Rev Thomas Cummins leader annual fairs at Berea Kv for the pur- For instruction in Tuesday Jan 8th The Church Fni Democratic at the November election dead at his home in New Haven Conn in 1777 naijtisats arere chosen to repre- and Qliinw Term- - ami NEW ADVERTISEMENTS pose of encouraging agriculture and stock French Mr Alexander Campbell Thompson 1 versul prayer that the power of the Better go to Texas raising of Kentucky in the legAt the time of his retirement he com Â¬ other particulars will he male Brest reformer must In H nt the district 800 Holy tiimst mav rest upon it Acts ii 3 The Capital Stock paid up is islature of Virginia sitting at Richmond manded the Department ol Dakota the known in person or by circular versatile young fellow and may be increased to 000 and the 1 18 that the disciples of Christ mav be RELIGIOUS in the city and a wonderful Is scene of the present Indian troubles Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office charter perpetual ard to commence trom titty aian a country editor a city jour In May 17SI Kentucky was di one John xvii Ji that the Church may Tellers n UBS CARRIE BARBOUR and the highest at Richmond KyF week ending Dec 16 December 8 iyo a prospective bridegroom be vided into three counties and W P Baxter does not do your job for Rev Preston Ilake will preach at gain a truer and broader conception of amount of indebtedness is not to exceed Gun Nathan w ithm the last six months Fayette and Lincoln The next county her mission Matt xxii 35 30 Matt xx Union City at 1 oclock next Saturday half price but does you a good job for Arnold J T in having returned from the Hawkins Munrow Black Charles 500 to be formed was Nelson in 17M from a and now bosbbb the announcement by 11 you are Higon Rodmen 4 The affairs of the association are to cinnati Ballard Charies Conservatory of Music Bar H M Wharton of Baltimore ina a reasonable price see mm 17s from 28 John xvii 18 Prayer that the Inbe conducted by a President lisvillc Critic that he has decided portion of Lincoln alercer ii 29- Benton Van James Donris ternational Conference at Florence next meeting at Anniston Ala had 50 eoiiver going to have any done Secretary Treasurer and five Di- will take pupils in vocal and into enter the ministry of the Christian a iortiin of Limoln Madison in 17s Berry Jessie Johnston James lSH During the year ended October rectors to be chosen by the company an- strumental music at her mom in from a sirtion of Lincoln Mason in Aprd may be crowned with sKcial si ns and 50 additions to the Baptist Bronston MernernerLord ohn clrircli and is Basking preparations SO nually on the 4th Saturday in May of each the new school building in the Alter Little Ed iroin a jMirtion of Ioiirlxin and blessing At the Baptist Church Bev church in one week At the meeting for 98 national banks were established in the Brodus Lucy his studies nSaaaBerd Journal year on their grounds near Berea A Vaught leander luney Gertrude Brooks R O men about 100 went forward to be prayed South with an aggregate capital of 11 Woodford in 1788 from a portion of Fay- J ot the First Presbyterian made which rank with the best of stockholders is rear 5 Private property Mitchell Bessie Brown Benlier Wednesday Jan 7th Nations and for Aurtisn 625000 being one third of the capital in- Bush Frank ette There were nine counties formed Church Miller Mrs Mattie A exempt from corporate debts in this country for lean Coyle T Urmston will Jiegiti from the District of Kentucky prior to Rulers Prayer for all in authority 1 Seven confessions were taken at the vested in new national banks throughout Cananday Wm Moore Samuel School will open on Monday than 150 on the pair from reu- 5 ior peace Isa ii 4 for the Baptist church on Wednesday evening the country A 1 risii Tim ii FE Morgan Chenault Mary an auction of their excellent line of dry- - her admission into the Cnion Appli September 8th John Hill Cornelison George Montgomery Lucjr at 1030 oclock Friday This is cation was first made lor admission into abolition of the slave opium and strong and there were nine baptisms making a lar prices and a splendid line of House for Kent McCutcher Ed Dalport Tom traffic Ezod xxii Hi Psa ixxii total of thirty eight as a result of the re your chance for bargains They mean the Union in luly 170 and was reeocn-meuih- drink Mvlry Miss Florenc Mens Bovs and Childrens A cottage with four rooms hall storeDunn S D J it business cent protracted meeting there Wtwdatl room cellar cistern etc on Parrish Estill Louis O 2 Polly Lucy to Congress ly President Wash 4 for all needed reforms temperance 2l M2 Reanles Mailizsex r Sun inirton in December 1790 for which an Hah ii hi 12 Sabbath Neh xiii Stolen Horses Apply to Fenixel W Street near Catholic Church Fleming Hon W B Rosel Eula Tel industrial Jer xxii 13 social I Cor vi act passed oth Houses of Congress Feh I 8 A Kean a Chicago banker who H Myers G Mrs A T Millions fa stolen 2q Slaughter T Enrell Robert and received a signature of 18 20 political I Sam ii M ami viii ruary 4 17 did business according to his advertise- Â¬ 8mith Maria Gentry Etta P on Thursday night and Mr Allicrt 1ra Tbe Athens Tenni Mining ct Manu- Â¬ Gloner Thus Kentucky came to At First Presbyterian Church Prof B ment Stone May Tom on strictly Christian principles James tlnrs on unday night The formers the President daughter of the Republic C Hagernjan leader facturing Co is in negotiatin for the con- - Green Lizzie Sussan Jac be the first and in conformity to the teachings ugh and eras abandoned at yarn factory which will Goings Mary ToddJoshic Thursday Jan 8th The Church at ImIjkV I rstHlCtioii iL how All bought at the lowest cash is tailed and an investigation the latters at Kirksville The rubbers The formal admission was delayed Washington Lizzie for a sense of personal Home prayer employ 2000 hands anfMWCJjynneras Hendricks Speed ever hy circumstances until June shows a very rotten state of affairs and a are getting out of the i unity The jia prices and can lie sold in co Post OrRce houra from 6 a m to 7 p m responsibility and co operation in the of land Truths Jiitriuil 1792 ctic swindling of depositors most trohuen are Ian manv for them MtJRev order and registered letter hours tition with any retail hou e in tbe evangelization of the city country and In the Editois Drawer in PrARPFRs prompt of whom are poor people All business Robbers Caught Corner Main and First Streets VJVvI LLIS r 13 Musical frontier Matt x Mark xiii 34 city A line of beautiful and stylish I i should Ik conducted on Christian prin- Â¬ Magazine for January Charles Dudley The Ivfxington Press of Tuesday saya Acts ii 4 At the Methodist Church of the Christian The musical talent ciples but it is best to beware of the Warner will write about the popular tenthat a negro man giving his name as Rev L c Barboar Dn Nut Lump and Anthracite Church assisted hy other talent of the RICHMOND KENTUCKY man who advertises that he will manage dency to make good resolutions at the beappeared Sunday night John lewis Friday Jan itth The Church Abroad city will give an entertainment the latter bis in that way He is a wolf that has ginning oi the year The first of January Pryor December 21st at the ollice of Prayer for increased missionary spirit BaÂ¬ p irt of January or first of Fehruary clothing especially fitted to is the time he says for reforming the world donned He had Inen co operation and enlargement Joel ii 1N to have a wound dressed The annual meeting of the Stockhold sel date and nature of entertainment we shot in the leg hut rcfiw ed to tell any- Â¬ 32 Iph Iv ii 10 Psa ixvii At the make his access in the sheepfold easy and yet reform at anv time would be eay ers of the RICHMOND NATIONAL IN IMl letnJsT hut prehave iMen tinihle to enough if we knew or could agree where 8tmmfur4 JemrmmL its ac- Â¬ Christian Church Rev Preston Blake and unexpected To All Parts ott thing alifuit it The Ii will be held at their Banking best and lQfrjgf prices anywhere sume it wiil le duly announced But one of the perplexing ques- Â¬ BANK to begin count with the remark that lxwii- was leader House in Richmond on Lecture Coarse is whether we should begin with the tions Dr Aoltz Mill KeaiaiB sent to his home in Richmond j We are alwavs ready to Saturday Jan 10th The Family tommnnicatedl men or with the women Tuesday January 13th 1891 it Can this le John ireens wound Prayer ior sons daughters and servants L K Aultz who locatel in Iiich day show our jroods so come and look Tillage of Berea is taking a The little day and John Lewis colored said for Sunday schools and all Christian As Charles Egbert Craddocks new novel For the election of Directors for the en- carefully compounded nioiid ahotit a rear ago has not been al Â¬ ed rotter Left at White Drug Store Chenault step forward in the shape of a first class before vou purchase J E GREENLEAF lay that be is the only John Lewis In the Stranger Peoples Country will suing year signified lied and recently nipht by an experienced physi- Cos Grocery cr Powers sociations for young people fur schools lecture course The course consists of Hagani Cashier in town and that some nigger had lied begin in Harpers Magazine for January his intention ol l aving But now hi colleges and universities seminaries Drug Store wil receive prompt attention four entertainments The first to occur cian and pharmacist In Bath county on We 1ms lay night prov iv Dent ui 4 15 Mark x The scene of the story is located in the inged his mind resolved to remain 11 H C HEATH on Tuesday night January 6th 1801 is a U maueiitly and devote his eDtire robbers plundered a house and while Eph vi 1 4 At Baptist Church Rev piano concert by Kdwan Baxter Pern- neighborhood of one of those strange bu rial grounds of live far famed pvgniy dwelltrs time and attention to the practice of med-icin- - so engaged snow began to fall The C P Williamson leader the blind pianist ol Boston a man of NOTICE TO CREDirORS lie is a tine physician has grown neighbor tracked the robben and final Sunday Jan 11th Sermons The national reputation in his profession of Tennessee familiarly known among the An manifestation of Christ in his people the leetle stranger peomountaineers a uaxsala and they will he ly sighted one of them who ran popular wiih the This will be followed a lew days later by t pursuit had lxgun and running pie John xvii Ll L None might know that they had Col 127 11 Hon S P Icelands famous lecture on ple to know that he is tostay with them ever lived saved lor a dim tradition con- Â¬ was of no avail in the fresh i At all the 12 Eph iii 10 21 MADISON CIRCtITCOTRT World Making The rest of the series G7oJS7 36 - the fields and through the necting them with the ancient history of churches by th will be a lecture by Jehu DeWitt Miller All persons having claims agant D 13 a scarcity of hot pursuit continued until this old hemisphere of ours that we are lands the OF KY UNIVEHSHY And you say there This is a beautiful custom in which Commercial our most popular lecturers and an T Bogie deed are hereby notified to Look at the nearly fifty mibs were covered and the A dwelling house with six rooms Who said so money j present liristian people of our country en elocutionary entertainment by Prof T wont to deem so new Prehistoric it is their claims to me proven as re chilflight was a gage every year It is a good thing to But his held an extiict but adult race Aztec fellow was caught ruarv Iv pa Bf the head of this paragraph quired by law on or bM Haves of LoaiarQle whose reetta dren other will say of a uniform age and 8th 1891 That is the amount of money on individ lircular one and he was within arnhoct begin the year thus These union wrvi--pirBern iboond in ehxpience pathos and size buried apart trom their kindred for I the starting jwint when capJ R 31TNAM M c m c c in the four bank Â¬ of fraternity and brothJP and gave his erly love which should obtain in every humor The Bcreans have fixed single some unknown never to be explained reaHe was a negro tured When did their LovTK9 ur lllriEtmm admission tickets at 86 cents and have son And a stilfmore prosaic opinion con-Henry Pyhee He said that a Jl Trac WrlUxa Tclrca ik u r amount d the people attend a aaaaaaaTc hi i 1 I r T put season tickets down to the unusually tends that the curious stone sepulchres KmIccu hrt-id TT fiaDtwlajrT MADAM SCOTT tells the aV man nana- Torn Carry was with BOOKS ALBUMS a I tsinss College in the World c Chap- na baa that j I low price of one dollar artiiT traara contain only infant relics of the American vrtr tit nthCT they known in Mai IStr ao4 6oltl Xrdal of Rb Cll r at l J aa a aw aoal Mt mysteries of the past present and that they can lutve any moment hy Prates poiloi la lrrC a BMhanalkV ililinilaljW H Two characteristic illustrations r rs Colt Harttord gnamaken An extra freight train struck Frank Indian a trilalt ta kjbIom i a To Consult Madam rrnataMt at and future Cbawvo aaaBBH -- 1000000 for the right to make in ar4 W T Smedley will ac Ttti atatiaaMrr an Gaajaf aaaMitl Durham lying on the track near Sinks from drawings bv ciirred in Bath county work Mk 1 I1I1 TTKriUc Jk Ti W Hart raaa ftnMatftJ worauar r vry a 1 ili n iitting his head open and company thj first instalment or this FAS1LV 7 rjAGAN Scott at Homer Baxters Main insiguificant the Timed Stales Giffordl new carbon- Â¬ in Rh from raUlir aaata a J ere are not half 1 H liber i 0 street corner Collins story killing hiui instantly ic acid gun which kills at GOO jrai it MaasanW UD tO K ist week THE CLIMAX Wilatdy I wj AUCTION OF i Â¬ Â¬ Dry Goods c In order to close out the remainder of our stock of Dry Goods we will begin an -- i Â¬ AUCTION FRIDAY JAN 2D AT Â¬ i I 1030 OCLOCK A H 1 Stockholders Meeting 1 Â¬ Â¬ This is an opportunity to buy first el Dry Goods c at your own price All are cordially invited Â¬ t Â¬ Stockholders Meeting CROOKE BENNETT URMSTON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W EVANS W EVANS JR Â¬ Â¬ Stockholders Meeting Â¬ m m m m mm RICHMOND KY GW Evans Son Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stockholders Meeting WE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ram m READY iwk -- HARDWARE Sotlri 1 1 Foir Sale Esainajfta2iLk HOLIDAY I TRADEo Â¬ K 1 i Â¬ 5- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CUUDESMITH5C0I Prjces Â¬ - Â¬ ol Â¬ NOTICE School for Girls Â¬ - Â¬ DRESS GOODS General I- Â¬ i Â¬ Class Twenty Â¬ lerctaulse 1 Â¬ Vice-Preside- Â¬ SOOTS and SHOES Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -d Â¬ Â¬ 1 Powers T Hagan HEATHS - f-tie- OALYAR J Clothing and Overcoats Â¬ 1 DRUGGISTS I All Kinds of Coal Â¬ Â¬ lr Stockholders Meeting Â¬ DELIVERED lie-J1- CLOAKS Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS Â¬ Â¬ ER8 Â¬ j 1 - Â¬ Ramsey S Fife Â¬ -- t Â¬ Gote Medicines Chemicals FOR RENT hern Â¬ - it Â¬ TOILST ARTICLES Â¬ - tatH itj Mi StSeSSSli PUWhKp SB I if C aB I FIGHTING FOR A PIG Bow Admiral Farragut Won Hi First Victory ABLY BHr - stirring events Captain Porter afterward Ad niral on re turning from cruise harbor of Val- paraiso the chief seaport of Chili was the soene of several in the spring of 1814 the beautiful Â¬ In the boutbern seas repaired to the Chilian seaport before ring his long voyage to the Cnited Otalsw During his trip among the warm seas he had won great glory tor the American navy by capturing nearly whale ship known to be 1cru and Chili and by taking from the enemy property valued Besides AO million dollars relieving the American whalers of all danger he had inspired the Peruvian with respect for and 1 States the power of tting up for a short time in south American port his ship the nglish Esses was at a Cherub and Phoebe The his tamo us v I men-o-w- iollowed wa in naval history Though squall be the Essex was lnjufore the battle commenced and the waif nt of men and metal was heavily or of the British the American had strong chances of final victory until the hawser of the Essex parted and fire was discovered below dec its The burning of the ship decided the fate of the conflict The flames spread rapidly driving the gunners from their place and terrifying the seamen Ef forts were made to subdue the flames but under the heavy fire of the enemys his was impossible They crept - and nearer to the magazine ral hundred kegs of powder were stored away Appreciating the diaTi that awaited the ship and its gallant crew Captain Porter called his sea together and gave them liberty to make the attempt to swim ashore Many made the attempt and succeeded others were drowned Tne far of the Lssex was finally hauled down and the surrender made Among the seventy five prisoners who decks of the were trai- who Phoebe was a boy midshipman was not more than thirteen years of age lie had been active in the battle and now that all wa- - lost he refused il his captain was ready to go Dressed in his bright but worn uniform the young mid ted no little attention h sailors There was a manlook on the youth- ukened strength of character and will When he stepped ha deck of the Essex to that of uLSe he cast a lingering glanca hip and seemed to be taking a long farewell of his old friend Â¬ man-of-wÂ¬ -- youngster remarked one of the old sailors on the English lie looks as if he was the cape Â¬ tain 6Vrir A gestera aotic tl the prisoners awaited further develop-aoent- non of his mothers apron nteered another followed these re- without deigning to stepped lightly from to the deck i rlish seamen were aet- ged in transferring every rorn the burning vessel I The magazine store- ins and even the cap- I cabin were ransacked for valu ables The flames meanwhile were out gradually by the En nen no thing after another was t from the hold of the doomed and thrown recklessly across to I the successful ed their teeth and almost longed for a re of the conflict Articles that had become dear and familiar to their gaze ir long journey in the South now passing before their man-of-wl t2 ASHES AND BONE MEAL Details of Kxperlmonte of the Wisconsin AgTl ultursJ Station A recent bulletin of the Wisconsin Experiment Station gives details of ex Â¬ youthful gladiator The midshipman was slight in build periments in feeding hardwood ashes but his muscles were hard and well knit and bone meal to hogs living on corn for one of his age His quick agile water and salt The first lot of hogs movements indicated an athletic train- Â¬ was fed nothing else the second lot was ing that would now stand him in good fed a little ground bone daily the third lot had free access tc a trough of hard- Â¬ stead wood ashes Three separate trials were His opponent was an older man thick strong and stocky Long service in the made As the average of the three trials it English navy had hardened his mus-Â¬ one- Â¬ was found that where neither ashes nor cles The battle really seemed all bone meal was fed 629 pounds of corn sided at the beginning but the American sailors still had confidence in their meal were required to produce 100 champion They bad witnessed some pounds of gain with the pigs Where of his bravery in the recent naval con- Â¬ ashes were fed 481 pounds only were required Where one meal was fed flict The ring was finally formed and cer- Â¬ 487 pounds of corn were required to pro- Â¬ tain simple rules regulating tho fist duce 100 pounds of gain This shows fight were agreed upon The two men tsait the ashes aided digestion and made then threw off their coats and began the a given amount of feed go further The most interesting part of the experiment perhaps relates to the bones of the pigs It was found that where no ashes or bone meal were fed the bones of the pigs were quite weak The thigh bones tut out from the hams were broken in two by an average pressure of Ml pounds where no ashes or bone meal were fed Where ashes were f pounds of pressure were required while pijrs the bones from the required 080 pounds of pressure to break each bone The thigh lones of the piga were then burned and it was found that those receiving no lone meal or ashes contained 107 grams of mineral matter and those from the hogs getting ashes gave 150 grams while thus ting bone meal gave 16 grams Prof Henry gives the following conclusions as drawn from the work 1 That bone meal X and ashes the effect of the 180 pounds was to save about e i of corn or 28 per cent of the total WC- - s amount fed in producing 100 pounds of GO IT MX LITTLE YANKEE gain live weight 2 That by feeding the bone meal we encounter For the first two or three rounds there was no evident advantage doubled the strength of the thigh bones on either side Shorty was tho heavier ashes nearly doubled the strength of the bones of the two and his blows powerful 8 There was about 60 per cent more enough to knock his young antagonist down but the wily midshipman avoided ash in the bones of the hogs receiving them well and succeeded in getting in bone meal and hard wood ashes than in a stroke now and then that fairly stu- Â¬ the others No difference was found in the pro-Â¬ pefied the Englishman Tne fight con- Â¬ tinued for five or ten minutes with una portion of fat to lean meat in the body The benefits of the ashes therefore bated fury Then the English sailor began to puff seem limited to strengthening the bones and blow His efforts to knock his en- and aiding digestion These however emy down were all abortive and his are very important and warrant our blows were parried so well that he had farmers in using some mineral agent of really punished the boy but very little this character regularly and freely in hog feeding especially where much The spectators cheered and shouted corn is fed Bone meal seems to build Go it my little Yankee Go it Shorty Ill bet on the man that gets up somewhat stronger bones than ashes but ashes do the work very well the pig Give it tome The fight was renewed but the mid- Â¬ indeed and usually cost the farmer shipmans pugilistic education now be- Â¬ nothing The figures show most plainly gan to come to the front He parried that Indian corn can not of itself build up strong bones and must be supple- Â¬ every blow of his antagonist with ease mented by ash material from other and sent in his own blows with unerrThey point most plainly to ing accuracy Several times the En- Â¬ sources glishman was nearly knocked off his one cause at least of hogs becoming feet but each time his comrades braced too fine and lacking bone a common complaint in the corn growing sections him up and sent him at it again Dont give in yet Bomember the Sows and growing pigs should not have their diet restricted to corn alone alpig Give it to the young Yankee The shouts of the sailors were con- though that grain is exceedingly valufusing but they served to encourage able as a part of the ration A variety the fighters Finally a well directed of food should be provided such as clover blue grass shorts peas oats blow followed up by two or threo others from tho midshipman settled the and skim milk Even where these are question The Englishman acknowl- Â¬ liberally used ashes should be accessi- Â¬ ble at all times Ohio Farmer edged that he was whipped and surrendered the pig to its rightful owner A PURSLANE TOOL Tho American sailors prisoners though they were felt that the second According- to Its Inventor It Is a Capital battle of Valparaiso had been fought Contrivance and with a cheer that was deafening In answer to a recent inquiry I in- Â¬ they joined in a hearty hurrah for their close a rough draft of a tool I have The young champion takchampion built for use in eradicating purslane ing the pig under his arm acknowl The one I made is for use in my grape elgod tho cheer and walked away to nursery where the rows are eighteen to his place among tho prisoners twenty inches apart Where rows are Thus did Admiral Farragut the first farther apart it would have to be American upon whom tho title of Ad- Â¬ larjjer miral was conferred win his first fist This tool has much the look of a culti- Â¬ tight and partially wipe out the dis- Â¬ vator at work with the ends reversed grace of the naval defeat at Valparaiso In using it we let the weeds get large George E Walsh in Yankee Blade enough to pull nicely from in the row cultivate with a common horse or hand BUNCO IN PARIS cultivator following with the tool de- Â¬ The Clever Trick or a Professional Dia Â¬ scribed and if the rows are not too long it will clean them perfectly If it should mond Thief The police records of the French cap- Â¬ be necessary to unload before getting ital have just been enriched says the to the end of row lift the tool without Chicago Evening Post by another of stopping the horse this leaves it in a bunch when it can be carried from the those clever bits of Parisian roguery that make plain American bunco-steerin-g appear in comparison as inartistic as hod carrying or sand bagpring Paris dailies published a few weeks ago this Â¬ On the cheered their young champion other side were the English equally ex- Â¬ cited over the contest and though preju diced in favor of Shorty their own man they could not help admiring the SEE OUR LINE OF FALL WINTER BE ON YOUR Ps 0 Qs OVERCOATS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOOK AT OUR FARMERS AND MAILS How to B Receipt of and Newspapers In Daily Mi 4K bone-meal-f- ed you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Caps WHEN i Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To get the best for the least money there is only one place tor you to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON A MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot ak for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing apThe fall has been a little backparel but what they hive it in stock ward it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April showers and we advise one and all to prepare tor the long cold winWe do not ter that every one the goose bone included predicts advertise to sell Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell goods cheapeT than our com jetitors can buy them but we do advertise to sell them as low as anyone quality considered You want first class veil made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are confident that you will not go away without being convinced that we ad vertise the truth Talk is cheap but low prices and honest square treatment wins every lime Donl forget that we have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond Â¬ One reason why the farmers of the present day are not fully in sympathy with the great blooming mod- Â¬ ern world is that they hold themselves apart from Â¬ It too much Some think thy must leave their busi n e s s and move into the town or vil Â¬ SOME DAIRY DETAILS CUaalln the First aad Most -Essential In Batter Stasia f It has probably never been that godliness Is in the least claW Lsna essential to the making of good buttic but its twin virtue sleanliness is o tslnlr tKa 0An 9 J- uj mw j iwuuuawon grade or that article M gardlng the manner of of the best styles of ch of cows employed the f -- important to the ma tb are all of no ness By goo I I 7 PI Befcr Toii to gain free in- ply butter tha tercourse of ideas any distinctly ter which has with their fellow-men others that brings to or despair ber ate rich meadov MAIL POST the farm and golden settle down to what tl sider their hard fate in life Iiut on tail this is folly when the farm is by far the r if best place in all the world to live Farmers and their families need not be known live without society if they will take ter tht n b all pihalf the pains to cultivate it that played by townspeople As for com with which the munication country dwellers do lffleient e r half employ the facilities for it which clean no odor sb our Government and many others h provided at a merely nominal with milk Mai Thousands of fanners families do not send or go for their mail oftener than is thaonce a week Well it is a Why mile or two or three miles perh farther to the posts usBui all hands are aroun ri I c- no f I - busy in- - QUI CLOTHING G0VIN6T0H before TTou Buy m MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers near Hotel Glyndon I tance to walk and the h spared Uut a little thinking and trivance would easily suggest better rangementor even an 1 out it is a lonij to ask ar- one ii iilk team Buy ii i Southside Main Street COlaTONlMITCSELL neighbor pa farmhouse daily Arrange to have the mail carried and brought every day Many enjoy this privileg e now and it is easy to note the difference in the in- poor telligence of families so served anil so do yo those who only hear from the post office on the day when the weekly psv- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat rfi CONVENIENT roop In MAIL KOX Â¬ I Have the Very Thing You Want is coming and nothing is more neces rOllUwO sary than a good pair of Boots or Shoes I have all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G JUJUUUO D4 Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and best goods and I am soiling at EXCEEDINGLY LOt PRICES onr 311 U Hats CSVirOCl Winter Â¬ - Hats JL7 I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handkerheavy plain fancy cotton woolen Â¬ Â¬ chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders ichirsnp aZUOUe iiTt Ulfclllllg ifrrrlc5 kight ITlH AT I7P1 T medium W 30- - l POWELL Corner MoHLees per comes perhaps not then but wait for a chance drive that way In most cities the mail is deJifUQs everal times every day Some communities send a person daily twice a day to bring1 and distribute the mail In others it is the custom to take turns in regular order any condition it is well to have a bag carried It gTeatly diminishes th of losing the letters change sent for stamps etc The illustrations istow some of the conveniences which are A substantial in actual use pt having been erected beside the road a strong hxk is set in it to catch the fam ily or neighborhood mail bag without stopping the team a In Fig 1 or a repermanent ceptacle is firmly nailed to it NAII KM In rir 3 is ihown how one end of a starch box Is partly removed and a roof made by springing over it a short piece of stovepipe or tin Fitr I is rotated by two half inch boards one of which has hinges and a leather tag so it can be quickly lifted In Fig 4 is seen an old keg paint thoroughly dried and a part of one head removed course is Whatever adopted dont fail to use the mails freely and frequently I have known several notices at deaths or funerals and telegrams of importan trously delayed when forwarded by post offices to persons who rarely called Hollister Sage in American Agricult urist -- to If th secur farmiT4 an in f t it at the jr they ity which would re farms the da nent foature a pour from the other wa grocery the prico socif low as fifteen cents apo ities for mar equal on both pi cows kept about tho 5 come from one far from the other these points On one fa scrupulous in every detail of On the other thes not considered to bother with Itw with the people on I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ couldnt minor matters in very things that in the en In is composed of and the p tton to observe these in tions may very saf ter bu spirit that any sell pervades on liiiry there is difference in the pn would be had the w Â¬ announcement A V equal determination The pig had been captured on the sad of Mocha off the shores of when the Essex was cruising in the Pacific Running short of provisions mftSrfaving the Bnunliaa coast Capthis island tain Porter hwTtaiilt while his men enjoyed an inland The island had been inhabited by Spaniards at on- time aad fat wild Among those abundant tared was the s nall pig which the Bailors named Murphy During the rest of the journey the little porker of the midshipmans had become a great favorite and now that its ownership was in dispute tho American as well as Aram-aria Â¬ A PRIZE BOS A PRIZE eyes into the hands of the enemy It was a sight sufficient to cause bitter m any heart Finally one of the sailors came tip from the hold of the Essex clasping a n his arms The pig was ait squealing from fright while the sailor uted to his comrades in a loud voice A prize boys a prize By Jove its a fine grunter He leaped upon the deck of the En- Â¬ glish ship There was a commotion for a moment among the prisoners The ng midshipman stepped up to the tailor with the pig and claimed it as his own its my pet pig said the midship-n and he doesnt belong to you His nrime is Murphy and he has been wi since we left the island of Mocha Will you give him up you are a prisoner and so is your pig shouted the sailor at which a general laujrn was set up by the others The nmsn however was not to bo robbed so easily His face flushed up with anger and seizing the rith both hands he said sharply But we always respect private prop-Â¬ erty and this pig Ix longs to ma The pig in question by this time be Â¬ gan to feel uncomfortable in the hands of its two claimants and its squealing ws renewed and increased tenfold The sailor clung to his prize and the young midshipman kept his hold with -- splendid wedding will take place here toward the end of the month M W Thompson a millionaire American broker will marry Miaa Ellen Barber ly daughter of the highly respect Â¬ ed Rev J M Barber of New Zealand About ten days after this notice ap-Â¬ peared a man with a white beard and in clerical garments introduced himself at the jewelry shop of Mme Prevost as Rev Barber and asked that an atÂ¬ tendant be sent with a great variety of i to bis house in Bassand street in order that Mr Thompson his future might choose fitting wedding gifts for the coming bride The old man designated some ten thousand dollars worth of jewels as the most likely lot for his future taste and left The next morning Mme Provost herself took the jewels designated and some five thousand dollars worth more to tho house in Bassand street She was led into a Bplendid reception room by a maid servant who took her card to the pastor She was received in a few minutes by the old man in a saloon crowded with evidences of tho wealth of the occupants Ho said My daughter is too ill to rise Her fiance is with her and if you will step in they will make their selection together The pastor opened the door to ad-Â¬ mit the caller to his daughters bedside but was stopped by a womans voice The woman must come to morrow I am notable to see strangers to day But my dear child you can just take a glance or two so as to tell us what you wish remonstrated the pastor and then turning to Mme Prevost The poor girl has a terrible headache and ob-Â¬ jects to seeing strangers I will just give her a look at the things myself and then give the order He took the tray with fifteen thousand dollars worth of jewels gave Mme Pre Â¬ vost an album of views of the Yosemite for her entertainment and then went to the woman in the next room He re-Â¬ turned to chat with Mme Prevost but was called away by the announcement I have made my choice The pastor remained away five ten fifteen minutes Mme Prevost became norvous and knocked at the bedroom door No an- Â¬ swer She tried it It was locked She hurried to the other doors They too were fast She screamed and pounded until the janitor came to her rescue Tho false pastor and daughter and maid servant had gone and have not been seen since They had taken therooms the day before asfr notTeven paid the rent- - k GRAND EAST OF BARGAINS E iS U HORTICULTURAL NOTES Keep the temperature of the fruit cellar at about forty deg n Wlir grapes grow on gravelly soil asks a correspondent Yes but it should be enriched Some of the doctors recommend grapes for throat affections They are more pleasant than the usual garlong loot of tow often ing to an incredible distance show how much food a tree needs seeks and takes up hmgOW manure is in splendid shape for applying to small fruit and th den and it can be made by the leaching - Â¬ right way A SIvfART ALECK Ha Is Really and Truly Fearful and Wonderful AlKilr TRT Bnarl In fUE i n ipr irr process tool roa DEsnornra roMKjjm field if desired though it will nearly all die in the pile For the teeth 1 nee round iron X or 6 inch have the teeth abod 3 inches apart and one in the center behind I cut the iron for teeth about 14 inch Kugene Willett in Popular Gardening Hero is the newest dod je for plunder- Â¬ ing the British householder says the New York Sunday Journul A circular is received by the lady of the house from an apparently respectable firm announcing some wonderful bargains in household linen huckaback and similar poods At the appointed time the rep Â¬ resentative appears in one case he He produces sam- Â¬ came in a brougham ples of thfe linen etc and generally succeeds in taking orders the goods beÂ¬ ing of first-rat- quality and miracu- Â¬ lously cheap He tien announces that he has with him some lengths of dress material of novel make and astonishing value These he sells for cash on the Keedleao to say tho dress ma Â¬ Epot terial turns out to be worthless and the other goods ar1 never delivered Having determined to change our business January 1st lr son-in-la- w Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost I lniUh Sw ndlrs son-in-la- EVERY lie ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN Â¬ Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Underwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole goxl plan t sWiftrT to any variety of grape in our cold ci mato Laying tho vines down on the ground is g xL Take care of the cabbage Bury them heads down and when weather coiius cover with manure or some coarse litter Pvt grapes when it is cool and dry and airy if you desire to keep them It makes no difference how cold it is if the grapes do not freeze If there are any vines currant bushes or any thing of a similar character that do not bear as they ought to and you do not intend to attempt to eau m them to do so diy them up Do not let them cumber the ground A great deal can often be done with such tUasj pruning them so as to leare nly one shoot and removing m st of the roots Ilaving done this mnuro well is a It mar s - I K crab and pervaive as a rin bad ioke He ki could have won tl burg and how N granulated an at Waterloo short winded quick r I aelf Alecks contempt I enlightene ject lie v salt if he didnt have nsensnsof t Rrlck TaTad Driveways nresque familiarity money His faith in his niscience Ls something sublimr equaled only by the lordly con ion with which he is a dispense wisdom and information tbout hi showers his kni He The Smart Aleck is vknowledge of all ti fortune especially when has been spent in a v hi Pimples Blotches AKD Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston jSRR EVIDENCE That the blood is wrong and that nature is endeav oring to throw off the impurities Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swiff s Specific S S S harmless to the most delicate child yet it Jones the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood It is a simple vegetable compound Is FREEMAN more than halt a Century the name of Freeman has FOR oefoie the public Dont you recollect that your father used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his Now Freeman continues pocketbovk and his ideas of value shoes He also has a tir t class line of to make boots and TSTOM MADE BOOTS AMD 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 t lie rage every where 10gm QM at No 2 First Street i K ANTEH CHICKEN Cholera Cure s FARLEY KIMS I contracted a severe rise of blood poison that untirteu me lor Uisn as for four vears A me KSS -- JCJoNksCityMa anal tr ff if ron ArKanS2S TnatimJBW-jJ and Skin Diseases imitod r -- xa rT r In several of our smaller cities the streets have been paved with brick for several yeaM and the results prove that brick can be highly recommended for paving driveways lanes etc where travel is scarce as it is in many locaii jies Tho brick pavement requires very little repairing for severil years where subjected to travol even the passai of heavy drays This shows that it would be as durable as could be desired for farm purposes The best laid brick paving is made by excavating the ground putting down a layer of sand four inches deep then a layer of broken stone two inches thick then sand two Inches then brick laid flat then sand two inches then brick flat and on them brick on edge The upper course of brick must be of the best qualit The paving for ordinary wear may be made by omitting the layer of broken stone and where heavy vehicles will not pass sand six inches deep a layer of brick One of the oldest houst flat sand two inches and then a layer of brick on edge will answer tho purpose Kentucky keeps a variety of The cost will vary somewhat with the locality but nowhere will it be gret WROUGHT IRON for black- snough to excuse unpavel drives about tasteful homelike prer ses John M smiths WHEELS SFOKES Stabl in American Agriculturist Â¬ J tender hearted philanth crowded wit pennk gars He will complain of the pr ing plethora of money while brick bat in his coat tai to make his coat tails han- ing duty as a screen of trousers He will d a proposed inflation of while his last weeks wn antined at a Chinese laundry generally of the opiruiU th climatic conditions would have much better if tho around the sun on a triai rectangular instead of the crude and botched arras Terr The Smart lea ful and wonderful aff ne ises to be with us a Ion -- I I A Macon in Puck v ruidlin 1A-- and other supplies Best for Opicni tn A Sn seamen crowded around The Kip lish sailors were fair minded and ready for any kind of sport They cly and saw in it the gorms of an exciting fight One or B of them shouted out words of en oouragement to the disputers Then of the English sailors cried out it my little Yankee if you can thrash pig - derklod the matter The young midshipman let goof his hold and said Agreed Im ready to fight for Mur phy Pear Blight Fifty Tears Ao I think that perhaps says Mr Her sey Dr Ioring has left an impression that pear disease is new but pear blight I remember very well fifty five years ago struck my fathers orchard and almost killed it and I have neverseen it there since In fact it waa only that one time that he ever had pear blight on his trees and that was fifty five years The orchard since that time has been healthy and it is largely alive I have a record wtaVal blight that it is one hun s old So that Mr H thing to contend with in their cultivation of pears as well as we i HUMPHREYS VETERINARY SPECIFICS For Sorses Cattle Sheep Dogs Hogs 500 Page Book an Treatment of Animals and Churt Sent Free ct BEs i Fevers Congest ions inflammation AA Spinal eMBfTtfla Milk Fever BB Strnins I ami ne I K henmtitism IliMtiniii r Hn Itinrharce BoiM or rub Worms omjhs Ipmnoiil Kr folic or Heaven Bellyache FK iiirHemorrhages Lrinary HH Eraptlve and Kidney Diseases Diseases fllantc JI J K Diseases of Digestion Paralysis Bugle Bottle over 50 doses 00 SpecuVs Manual stable Case withOU and Xedlcator Veterinary due 8700 Jar Veterinary Care Oil 108 Mii-arria- wagon makers makes of Fine FARMING IMPLEMENTS AHD POULTHT lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION kuJjimM DsdMmtim IN BOOK KEEPING PENMANSHIP THOROUGH INSTRUCTION SHCRT H4N3 TYPE WRITING TEIEGRAPHV ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRATT01 BUSINESS COUEGE SOUTH WEST 10RNER THIRO AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE j An Attractive Sign That sign ought to attract attention if not customers Which Sold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid anywhere and in any quantity on Receipt of Price HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO Corner William and John Sts New York A shout of approval greeted this brave awmark The sailors ready for a lark A Substitute Sensation fall back sad formed a ring On one Did yon ever slide down a toboggan side stood the American sailors who chute for the time being forgot the stings of No but I fell out of a balloon once That one over the tobacco store Impor rs Made while yon Munseys WccUlv wait - m In Uie JO THOMAS B AYRES Real Important Notice HT7MP2REYS HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC mmmSwMtm Tho onlv niffefi Nervous Debility Vital Weakness snd Prostration from ow work or other causes par viai or 5 large vial esrs 1 powder for St nal and Sold bt UKfoaisrs or sent postpaid on receipt of prtee HnilPHREYS HEDICIHE CO Oor William and John Sts V- - Y NofiO their recent defeat and shotted and Puck THAYNOK tut STOCKTON TMtH line McKKR BROOKS rvieM f Mtallioiii nerving tu ie in lW 1S88 18S9 ami 1890 must hi t All inarew Owt ii KcKee TTAVING RETURNED TO RICH Traynnr MON D I have deciJeJ to jjive my funned In 1889 tv Mclvee attention again lo the buying and selling having cols living at weaning time I have too mule colts for sale at reason of Rel Estate and the Collection of Ac- Â¬ will le naid for by Owen McKer able prices counts I will thank jou for jour patron- - owner of the coJts April 14 IS 44- OWEN McKEE H HCOLYER 17- age Estate It Collating Agency Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures tt 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 monev will be refunded Â¬ Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and h brands of STAPLE GROUERU ages floated idly around in an ly two Pacific coast stearamp docks hours one day says a San Franrisco corres Â¬ pondent of the New York World They p from somewhere popped nobody knew where The City of Pueblo had been thoroughly sarcrn d and nothing contraband had bee toms Inspector iritiivr guard on her biit strici iais j fretted by in floa mule wx m im W Â¬ ing the tide called to two boatmen to hem out of the water The boafc- SALT LIME and CEMENT d so and it was found that every sausage had a fine line tied to tramp led a box to fight through the Australian bush Come to the house where to it at the snd of Bv ia Eof opium wrapped in oiii hero Pole He goes boating in patent lea your fathers and grandfathers was 2800 boxes in all worth nearly 53 A Kfl plays cricket in them he goes 000 The sausages were scm fishing nd shooting in them Some Â¬ cork wrapped in tarpaulin and U bought their goods half a century with cord each g loaded with times he is a gold d sufficient salt to sink it a out a foot un Â¬ dock laborer scnaetimes a sol sometimes a sailor bat whatever he is ago der water he wears patent leather boots James K Jerome in Stage Land Â¬ of follow THE STAGE HEROS BOOTS They Ara ruKlcly Clean to Wet or Dry Weather The stage hero always wears patent leather boots and they are alw and ly cleiin Sometimes h lives in a room with seven doo s i in a and at ether times he is sta-rgarret but in either vent he still wears brand new patent leather boots might raise at least three and sixpence on those boots and when the ba to us th crying for food M would be better if instead of nrayiag to Heaven he took oT pawned them but this does not seem to occur to him- - Ho crosses the desert in patent leather lots does the He takes a supply v stage her him vrheu he is wrtvUed on an uninhab- Â¬ ited island He arrives from long and trying jonrnt- - his clothes are ragged 1 boots and tor are pew aha He puts on patent leather boot shiny n- -- L FAELEY j flssJUaa His LevoJ Successor to John Farley 17- - old man yon should call on Miss Hopkiaaoo She u a brig brilliant or I know it thats why 1 dont call Life HfavT Hcar Unas Day was celebrated is Cin ae heaviest snow stor years Traveling on wheels is Tery slif-ficult The snow lies twelve inches on