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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- frrgPfa raksa1 r- - VOLUME IV AT PINE RIDGE Frenzied Warriors Want to Dio Killing f edwaj be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LwInnnvA 5 J RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7 1891 THEATERS BURNED fortunately tne Fire Started After th s- Amtinjjaf TjfBfB HimfliTiiW r twen Twenty- - ighth and Twenty ninth streets New York was burned at mid night Friday night This includes the Kifth avcnue theater Hermanns theater and the various stores between the named At ll4i oclock a watchman in the flics of the Fifth aveirie theater saw smoke behind the near the pr xrty room w hich is under the stage and just under the Twenty eighth street lobby The fire begaa spreading rapidly and communicated with the wood work under the stage At midnight the flames were leaping up all over the light wood and fifteen minutes later the entire building on the Twenty eighth street side wi Then the Barnes burst upward and in a few moire f had taken fire and At ViMO oclock the flames burst out furiously to the north and sparks communicated with thi of Hermanns theater The buildings between the two theaters took fire and at 1240 oclock the entire block was in danger of complete destruction Hermanns Theater was ablaze at 124 oclock and then he buildings between the two structures begaa to crumble under the fierce heat llricks melted away raft-- IIIB1I THE COMMONWEALTH Colonel J Sovlk Smith of Lexing ton better known as Falcon to newspaper readers has started for a two Â¬ p qi qp NUMBER 30 Lrlla GENERAL MLLES FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Second Session Dec Mr Ald rlcta reported the new closure rule wblch proposes to close debate after a full hearing on any question and will be referred to tbe Com- Â¬ mittee on Rules to morrow Tbe Vice Presi dent luld before the Senate a communication from the Governor of Idabo transmitting- cre- Â¬ dentials of tbe Senators elect from that Slate Messrs Georje L Sboup and William J Mo ConnelL The credentials having been read Mr Hoar moved as Mr Shoup was present tlio oath of office be administered to him which was done Afterward the credentials of Messrs Sboup and MeConnell were referred to the Committee on Privileges and Bse tics Mr Carlisle introduced a Joint resolu- Â¬ tion for the appointment of commissioners to confer with Commissioners of the Dominion of 29 White Men Commands the Forces at Pino Ridge Agency Nebraska State Militia Ordered to M ve to CbadroD the Scene of the Threatened Indian Outbreak Â¬ Washington Feate ATTORNEYS E T BURNAH P ft A TTORNE VS- - T L A IV Kknticky Richmond J i 3 S 1 A Mght of Incitement Overtures From iicneml Miles Torti I p A bpecial to the Inter Ocean from Pine Ridge dated the 4th says Last nhzlt was ne of feverish excitement to Mai y at ti- Agency For the first time the squaw men and half breeds were alarm- ind remained up all night fearing that an onld be made ln foie rmg The Agency is too well guan- permit any large force to approach - aj ers crashed down A series of explo- Â¬ sions coming from Crooks gun stre next to the theater on Lroadway cre Â¬ ated a panic and almost a stampede in the crowd Hy this time the flames had cxtiidod beyond Hermanns Theater OB the north The wind suddenly freshin danger Uy holding his ened into a half gale and a sheet of troops until a much larger force flame shot up to the corner of street A shower can be thrown around the Indians the Twenty ninth trouble can be confined to the reserve of sparks flew across the street The end can not be reached without and the woodwork of the windows of one or more battles and bloody ones the Sturtevant House took fire The as there are too many of the crazy who hotel brigade extinguished this but in aan five minutes it was ahl ize only want to follow the example of their Hig Foot relatives GeaaraJ Miles again Almost at the same instant sent out a letter yesterday asking for a there was a crash and Hermanns TheÂ¬ hearing The Indians tire the letter ater which was then burning briskly into fragments and threw them into seemed to go up in au ocean of sparks end flame Following this all the the fire saying We want no treaty we are here to fight Last night sev- buildings beyond Hermanns took fire eral shots were fired by our pickets and then the flames began spreading At 1 and a couple of arrows were thrown east on Twenty eight street into the yards Doctors are constantly oclock the entire front of every build- Â¬ arriving there being no less than fif- Â¬ ing on Broadway between Twenty teen here with a large corps el eighth and Twenty ninth street was on The wind had increased to asasistants A delegation of friend fire inside lies asks that a large party le a small hurricane and it was apparent sent out at once to aid those No that not only was the Twenty eighth street block doomed but the buildings desire to escape from the hostile im- They claim that seven or eight hundred between Twenty ninth and Thirtieth warriors wish to return that haey streets were in danger of destruction The firemen worked heroically but the either fled through fright at fi a ere forced to go with the rest To let high wind and fierceness of the fire was the friendlies go would undoubtedly almost too much for them The loss is precipitate a fight and consume several estimated at S500000 f valuable time No decision in TOWBOAT BLOWS UP the matter has been made yet Sunday was v arm and clear and the wounded Five Killed and Soeml Injured Opposite who are on their way to the railroad Iorlsmouth will suffer no discomforts The Jn- The towlxjat Anna Kolerts exploded n the hospital camp numler over a cylinder head Friday at 8 a m oppo- Â¬ four thousand men women and chil- Â¬ site Portsmouth 0 instantly killing dren and represent every agency in the five men and terribly wounding many more The boat was bound for Pitts- Â¬ two Dakotas burgh and was moving slowly up the TOUCHED OFF river but with a full pressure of steam Six Lad Fool With a Iun Hle and Are Just opposite Portsmouth a terriblu cx i occurred tearing opt the boiler Knoi k d Silly While a number of boys of apes ranjr- - deck of the boat and hurling the mn ten to fifteen rears were play Â¬ gbd bodies of men into the river Moot ing about a lot of empty naphtha bar of the men killed and injured were i a foundry building attached to sleeping in their bunks at the time the Stoddard manufacturing etea of the accident The killed are as fol loonE Frank Perry deck hand Ken lishment O at Dayton Sunday he numln r threw a light Â¬ Law son fireman James Bwail J ed match into the bung hole of Shaw deck hand lames Jrecn deck a barrel Instantly an explosion fol hand All were horribly burned and il and some mangled by pia bnvid and barrels and boys scattered a ith equal swiftness abort the build iron Eight or ten others are wounded Kur of the youngsters were The damage to the vessel does not CX 000 It is owned by a Pittebargn kuiKked senseless and two severely firm and most of the crew lived there bruised aKut the face and bra b supposed that a small quantity of BAD OUTLOOK naphtha w tied in the barrel in which the torch was applied od at VTIirel Grave Fears of Anotlur Icp V Yi Wcccn Fijht a Duel It rained rfl day at Kneeling W Ya Wore nues from New Martins- Â¬ Thursday on top of two feet of snow ville W Ya that two physicians hive and the water is running down the Ixi n summoned togp to Ten Mile Tyler utters increasing iu County to att two women who volume tvery hoar Reports from I a duel with butcher knives The waters and from eeurrcd without spectators in the of the Monongahel as from the combatants other West Virginia streams that empty n which is described into or contribute to the Ohio are tothe us and desperate encounter M rs that the snow is goii Wilson is terribly cut about the a rapidly rnd the mountain Bad and la fatally hurt streams are becoming torrents iier womans name is not known Wheeling people fearful M yet nor the cause of the strange lest they w ill be called upon to experi- Â¬ duel ence a similar flood to th- of lv t and are prepared for the worst The news Explosion of Firs Damp is most alarming terrible explosion of fire iamp took from above The of the is rising rapidly river Saturday in the Trinity pit Mar character at the rat of a half foot per hour tovra of Oatcas Fif t n People living in the lower part of - have been recovered and twenty us Thursday niLfht five miners are missing The three nd the residents of Wheeling hundred and fifty other men in the mine Â¬ Â¬ -- fire arrow into d huYst The friendly tniea all say that a large number of warr in the enemys camp who have worked then selves up to a condition of frenzy similar to those who committed suicide at Wounded Knee Thev sav they want to die and are ping to die while killing while men It is also amid that two bucks escaped alive fro Wounded Knee fight who swore that they will set the Agency on fire and kill the agent theu Ceneral Miles has his troops all around the enemy and could throw all in any day and have a tremendous battle but could not prevent small bands escaping here and mere wnicn would Jiave to be followed up by the nUWia which would lives the of many hard to prevent c individuals from creeping up s me of the numerous ravines ard throwirg be fliaronij but it lew daring r Â¬ Nebraska Thursday m at telegraphic h r of the instruct ion State militia at Long Pine to snowe as once to Chadrcn the scene of the threatened Indian outbreak orders were also given to the commanders at Fremont Central city and Tehaasah to ha prepared to at any time - lowed by an escort of Companies A K B I D and E of the noble but unfortunate Seventh Cavalry togeth- Â¬ er with an nrnitrrmg squad from the ad Cavalry wound away from the camp up to the little cemetery situatd at the crest of the hill northwest of the Agency The surviving members if the fated Company K looked haw enough with their fearfully thinned ranks The vacancy so striking in contrast to the rest of the column caused the tears to start in the eyes of many a comrade for the comrades lost The graves were in rows of six close together in the southwest corner of the cemetery and also overlooking the camp After the reading of the burial service by Bcv Mr Cook the Episcopal clergyman here aided hy his assistant the bodies were lowered into the grave Owing to the intensely critical eondtti the sarroandinga with hoards of the enemy flocking about the agency threatening an attack the usual sa Â¬ lute of guns was omitted while soft notes from the bugle and the wail of the storm whispered the last good by The remains of Catain Wallace will be sent to Fort Ililey Kas for inter- Â¬ ment Those of Captain Mills who was found dead in his tent from rheu- Â¬ matism of the heart from which he has been a sufferer lor a long time were sent to Omaha rnor Thayer of the Omaha Bee from Pine Bidge Agency dated January 1 says General Miles has assumed at nun ind of the forces here relieving General Brooke who started this morning into the field with the Second Infantr ing by way of Oelrichs to a poinl Canada to ronslder the trade relations between fifteen miles north of here tho two countries and it was amid as wild bindin r and bit- select Committee on Relations referred to tbe with Canada ter a wintry storm swept The Senate then resumed tbe consideration of this bleak and barren country were tbeElections bill ard Mr Hori laid away to their last rest thirty ttoor Mr Iliscock who addressed the Senate at length At of the brave boys who fell with sion of Mrin support of the bill Mr ibe concluHiscocks speech Hoar ikV in the bloody encounter dressed the Senntet Hovse Not in session at Wounded Knee It was 2 oclock Washington Dec 30 Spnate The Senwhen the funeral cortege with General Forsvthe and Major Whiteside at the ate met at 10 a m with hardly a dozen Sena tors In attendance was to head and composed of fifteen wagons the fact of the absenceAttentionquorumcalled Mr of a by bearing the rudely coffined dead fol Gorman The roil call showed the presence of Â¬ Â¬ A special to Â¬ Â¬ trt THE INDIAN CAMPAIGN rbe k d skins ioss in tbe uttie passed at 300 Whites Killed and Wounded Cicr lift A il I hwt says that the battle between thetreach rous Big Foot hostiles and the Seventh savalry resulted in the killing and wounding of about seventy five of the savalry troopers and the almost total wiping out of the Indinn village compos- Â¬ ed of about 110 warriors and20 women dnd children Perhaps half a dozen Indian children were all that were left of the entire hostile camp The Com missi ner f Indian Affairs Tuesday morning- received the foil wing dispatch from Agent DFIbycr dated Fine Bidge Indian agency December 20 in Wounded Knee creek this morning while the soldiers were disarming Big Foot and his band after their surren tra took plaee which resulted in of about 300 Indians and sev Â¬ eral of the soldi rs including Captain Wallace with a Wounded Two Strike ard his party who were encamp-Â¬ ed on Whit nst below Bed louds h be agency from the hill hook wounding tvn s The police returned the tire killing two of the Two Strike Indians ard wounding two Others Two Strike and his band have retreated in a northwesterly direc- Â¬ tion from the agency and it is supposed he is trying to make his way back to the Had Lands Thus far the Pine Bidge Indians have taken BO active part in the war bat Big Foot Slow Dear Kicking Bear and the Two Strike band have been and are active in the disturb- Â¬ ance Â¬ dispatch from Pine Bidge Agency tilt 1 ANOTHER ENCOUNTER Two Strike and Ills Hand Capture isiin Train But Are limited Vto d by opt n shafts Her Corset Steel Eared Her Mrs Shaw maker at Los Angeles OaL was shot at by a discard Â¬ ed lover who afterwards committed suicide Mrs Shaws life was saved by two of the bullets striking corset steels a Failure The liureau of American Republics has received advi vs of thv almost total failure of crop in Java which mated at only about sixteen per Cent of former annual averages Java I Coffee Crop Hotel Murder While preparing breakfast Sunday morning in the Kimball House Atlanta a Doc Lowe the colored cook mur- Louis Matthews the coffe maker with a knife John Honesty Rewarded Cox a porter Sunday night 6000 worth of diamonds in a little bag in the mod on the street in York He turned in his find at the Fifth Avenue Hotel office and the owner being- scon found Cox received 100 as reward found A special to the Indianapolis Sentinel from Paola Ind-- says Joseph Field f Grange County is eonnti short 1 1 000 1 e r lain error and professes his willingness and 1 County Treasurer Short mount of annum on icriskn the exact Ollie Hester a well known young g man of Danville 111 while Muni t of a sec Â¬ ant iloij His head waa so badly crushed that his brains oozed sleep-walkin- ut Valla to His Death out the ThePretidt Corn Frc the Unit Arrested far has rigned The decree suon of corn from ing December was e of duty Vast ths Bankc wo was -- of Duty o The Omaha Bees special from Kush ville Neb says Advices from the scat of war give the news of another en- Â¬ Island are thoroughly alarmed counter between the troops and Indians Stasjnsr General Pike Sunk at a point within four miles of the The Seventh and Ninth Cav- Â¬ At Madison Ind Thursday as the agency steamer ien ral Pike was backing out alry were just coming in from MonÂ¬ from the wharf en her trip to Cincin Â¬ days battle field followed at some dis Â¬ nati she was caught by a heavy wind tance by their provision train On reach ing the point named a large band f and forced on lop of one of Middleton Wymonds coal barges tearing the Indians headed by Chief Two Strike whole end out of the barge and knock Â¬ dashed suddenly upon the train captured ing a hole in the Pike large enough to it and were making off toward the Bail roll a hogshead in lioth the steamer Lands when the cavalry wheel d and In the battle which fol Â¬ and barge sank in a few minutes the gave pursuit lowed over thirty Indians were wounda the lower deck barely escaping ed but no soldiers were killed Accord- Â¬ 00 wita their lives ing to the latest reports Two Strikes The Steamer E W Cole Slut Indians had Monday been considered The steamboat E W Pole while en peaceable and subdued but their sud- Â¬ route from Donaldson vi lie to New Or- Â¬ den change of mind causes the gravest leans and landing at Welham planta- Â¬ fears at the Agency that perhaps none of the so called friendlies can be relied tion seventy miles above New Orleans However word from Oeneral at midnight Wednesday night struck on an unknown snug which tore a largo Brooke to the settlers Tuesday is some Â¬ The what reassuring it being to the effect hole in the lottom of the boat careened on her larboard side that a great body of the savages and sank in twenty eight feet of water have remained loyal all the time while nearly aB the rebels are dead He a total loss further says the settlers here are not in The Entire Family Cone danger Beliable news is also at hand Friday hnorning M rs George Bain that Colonel Henry is now approaching fl oclock and near Irwin Ia arose at the agency with 700 Indians captured drowned herself in a well Three weeks in the Bad Lands This is believed to ago her lovely young daughter went include all of the rebels on the reserva- Â¬ crazv This drove her husband insane tion and hopes are entertained of a and he died in a mad house at Pitts- speedy settlement It has cost the lives burgh December X and Friday morning of about 250 Indians and twenty five or the last of the family suicided all with- Â¬ thirty soldiers killed and wounded to in three weeks effect this result if indeed it may be said that peace is yet established Is England Cullylng the United States Lord Salisbury is reported Jo have Elotcus Hungarians sent assurances to Ottawa that there is The strikp of tho Hungarian fumace f the Hehring Sea question and will not be until the men at the Kdar Thomson Steel Works Ia resulted in a serious nts to arbitration at Bradd the meantime lritish subjects riot Thursday afternoon in which four men were seriously hurt and a will continue to be d and bruothers pursuits of the were jailed and mora Increased Public Pttt trouble is feared iM Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ i debt dur H 1SICIA H XD S URGEOX other night Kentucky Aahox Bi rr vas once a civil engi- Richmond neer and of course owned a transit inlu Office strument The identical transit owned Hank up Nlairs next to Second National by Mr Burr la still in existence Squire J W Stewart who lives near Dexter Station on the P T and A railroad DK II R GIBSON in alloway County who in his younger PH TSICIA X A XD S URGE OX days followed the profession of a surveyor is the proud possessor of this an Richmond Kestuckt cient instrument A cay eagle measuring seven feet Office 2fi j Second streel up stairs and a half from tip to tip was killed at Mr Norvin Harris place on the Shelby ll J M IOYXTZ viile piks near Louisville the other morning Two stable boys did the killIliVSICIAX AXD SURGEOX ing with 22 caliber rifles Kentucky Richmond The examining trial of James Ellis News Items Rft resextativk Kfii of Kansas Brown for the killing of D T Farmer itorei1ce Second Streel uexl to Whites Drug introduced in the House a bill directinp during a difficulty at Seatea Mills the Secretary of the Treasury to print Christian County recently has closed W EVANS MD fractional currency of the 1nitcd States and resulted in a verdict of acquittal on Q th- grounds that the deed was done in to the amount of fifty millions of dolPHTSIC1AX AND SURGEOX self defense Brown was at once relars Kentucky Richmond leased from jail REPRKSENTATrVK AflSKR TAYLOR of Hox Rcrout A Miller formerly Illinois has introduced in the House a Office Second Street bill providing that the rate chargeable Statu Inspector and Examiner and who for registration on domestic mail mat- Â¬ has been dangerously ill at his home in R TAYLOR ter fhaU be five cents for each piece in Owensboro is rapidly recovering At Moores school house in Allen addition to the regular postage Practitioner in Medi ine and Surgery The Treasury Department on tho 2d County a couple of ruffians who un Kknticky dertook to break up a Christmas frolic Richmond under its circular of October rewere baffled by the pluck of the young deemed S 7600 office Second Street over Dykes Grocery lady teacher She planted herself in bonds Sto e The Treasury Department on the 2d the door way where the ruffians were resumed the purchase of silver The firing off their pistols and about to enJOHN M FOSTER amount offered was 2000 ounces nl ter the house and defiantly informed them that if they entered tho house it the amount purchased 807000 ounces a PH1SCAX AXD SURGEOX They follows 25000 ounces at 104 V 3000 would be over her dead body Kentucky Richmond didnt enter at 104K 125000 ounces at 104 US 175 Office Main strot next door la IuxonX 000 ounces at 105 SO000 oun The Lexington electric street cars Dp stairs residence at cor Main and Tales 105 10 50000 ouiees at 105 24 316000 carry schwl children at half fare i- Creak Avenue ounces at 105 25 Daniel Ronneu a stockman of Lexftapy WrirDOM has appointed A ington was found dead in his room at T 8EX8MITH M D L Drummond of New York Chief of tbe Stock Yards Hotel Wichita Kan PUISICIA X A XD S RGE OX the Secret S rvice Division of the the other day Morphine was the agent of destruction iry Department and H II Hand White Hall - - - Kentucky of Wisconsin a Chief of division in the J B Frails store in Rirdsville LivKifth Auditors office Treasury Depart ingston County was burned with its Offers his professional services to the pubment contents Loss 5000 with small in- lic The President has approved the bill surance The fire was incendiary S M LETCHER for the 75000 public building- at South T L Hoon aged 35 years died very Bead Ind suddenly at his home in Rethel Hath PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON The Chief of Engineers reports as County His death is a mystery bat Kentucky Richmond not worthy of improvement Gunters some suppose that it resulted from morcreak and Chattah xxihe river in Ala- phine offl bama nilth Building Mala street Thomas Farmer and Ellis Brown citizens residing near Scales Mills KKTAMY YVindoji has directed all W BRIGHT M D Collectors of Customs to conform to the Christian County became involved in a decision of the U S Supreme Court in quarrel over family affairs when the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the case of Zeburgcr Collector against former was killed with a fence rail by Kentucky Conn in which It was held that a inan- - Brown Both men became very angry Richmond Office In Smith Building on Main Street re of worsted was not a manufac- when Farmer Drown drew a knife upon and Special ture of WOOL This decision of the his opponent who seized a rail and struck clieinicalattention given to microscopical fluids examinations of tissues and court Collectors are informed will ap- Farmer to the ground with it Farmer of the human body ply only to importations of worsted arose and followed Brown who struck C S 110LTON cloths made prior to the passage of the him a second blow knocking him down and inflicting fatal internal injuries act of May 1S00 Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Kfpkesentative WniiAMS of Day fnm which he died almost instantly Kentucky ton 0 has secured the appointment of Drown made his escape and is still at Richmond Hours S30 to over D M Bright T Way mire of Pfafaa and Jus large Office John lljui M I2U0 to p m Special all difflThe Fulton gormand who undertook give to cUaaaaas400of voinen and attentionT Moorhead of Troy as Weigh Masto eat three quails a day for thirty days cult chtonlc eaasa Patients treated at a dls- ters in the Railway Mail Service and Ketkerentative Ci tcheox of Mich stumbled at his twenty ninth bird on tanceaddress Homeopathic medicines sent to any igan on the 2d introduced in the House the tenth day a joint resolution constituting a Board Tnt man who is mean enough to rob AULTZ to consist of two Senators end three his grandmother has been found at Ia ers of the House and two officers ducah and is in jail for the offense PH 1 SIC I A X A XD S URGE ON each from the army and ikivv which Mis HiiANNAN of Marion is work- Richmond Kentucky shall take into consideration during the ing for the erection of a home and Office 220U W Main Street Burnam A recess of Congress the subject of cKist school for indigent and helpless chiltheiault Building upstairs defenses with special reference to the dren m at urgent necessities as to fortificatThe Burnside and Cumberland River R J M BLACK ion- armament defensive ships and railroad opened up for business a few The Hoard is to report to days ago It conuects with the C N torpedoes Congress on these subjects before Jan- O and T P railway at Burnside and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON next Ten thousand dollars is the Burnside and Inrksville Transporuary 25- appropriated to meet the necessary ex tation Company at Burnside Landing Rkd House Ky pense of the Hoard TnE Kentucky Democratic Club at Covington will give a reception and LITERARY AND ART NOTES HAS HOOKER banquet on Jackson Day January 8 Lieutenant Governor J V Uryan will VETERIXAIiY SURGEON Mitlett9 Angel us which in size meas make the opening speech and Hon MnaDa1 inches sold at the rate of GRADUATE ONT YET COLLEGE William J Uendrick of Flcmingsburg l per square inch At Birmingham Eng a collection of will deliver an address on General Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty five hundred examples of David Cox OFFICE Next door to CLIMAX office DiTaiMAM STAfSARD shot and billed who was a native of that city is shown Ky Lew Wr riUe the other llingham building Richmond in the art gallery Coioxr1 X S Goss of Topeka Kan has an ornithological collection that is A Cas of Aggravated 8ang Frold surpassed only by that of the National He ie a person of perfect ease Museum at Washington Dr Holmm appears in the Harvard end self possession and is thoroughly catalogue as Oliver Wendell Homes at home anywhere BURNAM HUME D M He Yes ho even baa the faculty of LL D Litt D D C L making you feel a total stranger in your of Anatomy Emeritus Profebsor own bouse Life Tie Oldest and Strcngtat Amerlcn Ilight to Raise Biases Enough to Break Any TVWi Boie Companies goes a man who has been There Aunt Lib me an Nellie done break raising blazes in thia town every day for RTII AMERICA years and the police dare not touch de wish bone woner you broke it pullln n him n on it Nex thi one RINGFIELD Why not Is he such a desperado you Trent ter beinokeetuii Harpers No hes an honest blacksmith CONNEOTICLT Boston Herald ii niui A Â¬ Â¬ 27Â¬ two of thtm Democrats and tbe as directed to request the attendance of absentees It was 11 oclock before a quorum iforty fouri was secured and before the journal of yesterday won read The Vice President laid before the Senate the credentiils of Mr Frederick T Dubois as Senator from the Sttte of Idaho for the term bKinning March 4 lsui They were referred to tbe Committee on Privileges and Elections Mr Reagui gave not ce of two amendments to Mr Aldnchs closure re ohitlon Then the morning hour having expired ttie Stnate resumed considerate n or the Elections bill and Mr Hoar continued his speech commenced yesterday in Its advocacy HorsE After the Chaplain had delivered a brief prayer on which he invoked the Divine protection over tbe land during the comng year and after tho Journal o the last days sess on bad been read and approved the House adjourned until Friday Washington Jan SENATE When the Beaata adjourned on Wednesday last over New Years it was with the urderstandlng that ou Friday a further adjourrment would then be taken until Monday There was a good at tendance today tut Mr Hoar and Mr Aldrich were absent and Senator Spooner made the motion to adjourn which was carried without question Telegrams hare been sent to all the absent Republican Senators to be on hand Monday when a caucus is to be held An attempt will then be made to reach some cenelu sion with recard to the Federal Elections bill and possbly on financial legislation Hots e adjuurned to day until The Monday next after a bref meeting at which there were present about ninety members The resicnaion of II IL Markham as a member of the Hoard of Managers of the National Home tor DtaaMed Vo unteer Soldiers was presented and referred There was a brief struggle on the point of adjourning the Democrats through Mr Enloe Tenn trying to carry the mot on The Republicans did not propose to have their House adjourned by the Democras and after defeating Enloes motion Mr Thomas Wis moved to go into Committee of the Whole on the private calendar Mills Tsxi made the point of no quorum and then Mr McKJuley for the Republicans moved toad jrurn and his motion was carried oiiiy s ventoen Senators Â¬ Â¬ i months sojourn in Hamilton Bermuda in quest of health The block at Hopkinsville occupied by Driver fc Perkins as groc ry and sa- Â¬ loon was burned the other night Bill Ham Miller a Knox County desperado while flourishing his pistol in the faces of John Stoner and his brother was shot and killed by Stoner at Ilindman C B Oilman of Lexington has sued the Western Inion Telegraph Company for 500 damages because the delay of a aaeasafe made him miss the purchase of a h Wiii iam Hioorxs a prominent whole- Â¬ sale liquor merchant of Louisville was hilled at an early hour the other morn- Â¬ ing under peculiar circumstances He was attempting to dnaauant fromtne front platform of a street car while the latter was in motion when his foot slipped spinning his body around and throwing his head under the wheels The latter passed over his neck break- Â¬ ing it He died almost instantly The Frankfort city council has passed another anti cigarette ordinance and Mayor Taylor has vetoed it tW veto be ing sustained An ordinance similar in purpose was passed last January over the mayors veto but has been a dead letter ever since The retiring jailer of Campbell Coun- Â¬ ty Mr W H Turner will shortly insti- Â¬ tute suit against the city of Newport for 000 for services performed in taking care of the work house and station house A city ordinance was passed August 23 MM the seventh section of which provides that the city jailer shall be allowed a compensation for services rendered as overseer of the work house and station house This ordinance has never been repealed and is in effect the present day Danville has had a fire lately and in consequence is organizing a volunteer fire department The opening of the new 30000 opera house was a great event at Paris the Â¬ fjt fev PERRINS fecTiP jfa GLOVES - ninvc Stieet No lli lluruaius Building First t- J A SULLIVAN A MILLER HAT TTORNEr A T LA XV Richmond Office on Ktrst Street cupied uy County Kentucky smp lilllaf A - Juie as formerly oc Â¬ lti-- Jt S POWELL A LYONS UMBRELLAS t n TTORNE1 - T LA W Richmond Kentucky Office on Second Street wb - bright W S HUME DENTAL M7RGEKY UR Office A AVILKES SMITH DEXTM Richmond VZ S UR GEON - - Kentucky Office 3- W B BRIGHT MCALBH IX CO 9 I H Smith Hullilhig Main Street M 108 to t OU P M boars MO In an fracUea hnillcl to dentistry - J C MORGAN DDS RCUMOXD Bunk Office KENTUCKY 5- - Main Street over Madison National yELBY Richmond W BUBGIN FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods S04 WEST iVIAIIV imported DENTIST - - Kentucky 45- lelil Office Over Palace Dry Goods Store on Kirsi street formerly occupied by Dr Kes - f J W CREED D D S KIRKSVILLE KEXTUCKT Office at Klnnell residence Everything 17 done pertaining to tlie profession PHYSICIANS ii WlLL JENNINGS MD MENS UNDERWEAR x1NECKWEARtx I M FULLDRESSSHIRTS Â¬ 27- i Â¬ 3- OLIVER PLOWS t - Â¬ Â¬ TJ Â¬ - T Â¬ Â¬ JR aW Â¬ Bp3 S5SS y C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s- fR efenHEi Â¬ Â¬ i -- 1 UK EM Â¬ Â¬ 3- S 1R Â¬ SHACKELFORD Hardware foh sale by WAfiflfinwarfi 11 GENTRY Firnisi Goods DEALEKS IN ALL KINDS OF Â¬ Â¬ Tnwarn XlUiiuxw 48- - vwtawuM - W JE fa w i BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Â¬ Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1690 Â¬ 18- 3 SJ o I Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds t Â¬ 1 Â¬ PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR II 01 D PILES BURNS c L T WELu F B CARR C T WELLS GO TheOiiK Loal Yard in Town Only a xiaare from lh Coart- YU dont liava to aand away oat to the depot Â¬ ECZEMA WOUNDS tH- SORES 1 INSURANCE Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS CROUP BRONCHITIS - FOR MEDICINAL BATH THR OIDtSOSP ABSOLUTELY tURK TAR OID CO MCviiii un Xt Aim Wnaaaal F i Lnnip Coal hi TOILET AND NUBSEHY PUBP0BBL CHICAGO lll prieca 39- - CARRIAGES FOR SALE to SWISS COTTA ie foot alley Orchard Street ew 1 lt ra to anna at SrentMl Try a iivry C af ItoM 1TLL3 k 30 T For Sale or Rent I r - i - J PENNSYLVANIA RMANIA Honey nt Moore eette- he banks rj Ar iMrty yam ao Family of Firs Frozen to Death Bat Fclion In Pumpkin Pics from A special to the Dispatch Luray Va says the family of Henja min Surs were poisoned by pumpkin pic which were suppo n Mrs Sours and one and the others are danger-Oolfi Discovered In rjuinoia aafM r rn te tonfato Htjrjti Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug NIAGARA 17 1889 NEW BUGGIES NEW PEST0NS NEW SURRIES WTW at b an diktase port received at army headquar Omaha have that Captain try dropped dead of nMaashag 1 CScer e of eur-- the Saa F ffal gaWng MERCIIA NEW CARRIAGES at tbe A v QVEEX A N i tUTTAOE list o to 10 fbotaHev Haflfe and Orange S ret TWO iRAVE DWELT lot STORE HOUSE taTaaiadoa a Ky in m - rno - h -- - -- 4 ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Bank BURNAM NB V Dont forget our office at - SmTTrs It HUME Frederick wd of cancer at his home near Louis- Ky Tan nay He waa aca tears vid II KsatCCkT El ircico in the sands in the ABSOLUTELY PURE Tohaeeo Barns Cottitry Htnrea and Millitijr property ap BH My vehfcto ara all aw aad 1 tb They am far ami very latest pattern toraaa Myai 00 the m t n want a vebJeJa yu wool g tepcraSc tofo rwth raa THREi on Wiiaat Street Tnaaa ttaaaart t r aa a ao T9 in in rVaaaanflP 3w Tor pries on Hr i iliatom ar - 9M lHMcl 4MHat MMl a JOHS D05E of MRS v W WVQGX aaTaar aaMa f aanp Ml MA to aaad rmftifa-ir-affljfe- TrTri VOLUME AT IV THEATERS BURNED Fortunately the Fire Started Alter tI i GENEJBAL 3ILUs Commands the Forces Ridge Agency 1I ATTORNEYS of Lexing Â¬ Sis F- K- - RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7 1891 FIFTY FIRST CONGEES a Second Session Wa8hiictov Dec 2 FbSatb Mr Aid rlcb reported the new cloture rule wbieb proposes to dose debate sfter a full taf arlng on any question ana will be referred to the Com nuttoe on Rules to morrow The Vice Presi dent hid before the Senate a communication from the Governor at Idaho transmitting credentials of the Senators elect from that Blate Messrs Georjre L Sboup and William J Mo ConnelL The credentials having been read Mr Hoar moved aa Mr Shoup was present tho oath of office be administered to him which was done Afterward the credentials I o01a1A r BBnaanmnBnnmBsammnnamBBBnnmasannaii t- t NUMBER 30 PLE RIIi THE COMMONWEALTH ton better known as Falcon to i paper readers has started for a two months sojourn in Hamilton Bermuda in quest of health The block at IlopkinsviUe occupied by Driver Perkins as grocery and sa- Â¬ loon was burned the other night Bill Hall Miller a Knox County desperado while flourishing his pistol in the faces of John Stont r and his brother was shot and killed by Stoner at Iiindman C B Oilman of Lexington has sued the Western Inion Telegraph Company for 500 damag ay of a mcVsage made him miss the purchase of ahWili i am Hioorxs a prominent wholeÂ¬ sale liquor merchant of Louisville was killed at an early hour the other morn- Â¬ ing under peculiar circumstances He was attempting to dismount from the front platform of a street car while the latter was in motion when his foot slipped spinning his body around and throwing his head under the wheels latter passed over his neck breakI The ing it He died almost instantly The Frankfort city council has passed another anti cigarette ordinance and Mayor Taylor has vetoed it ts veto be ing sustained An ordinance similar in purpose was passed last January over o dBH the mavors veto hnt W Â¬ Frenzied Warriors Want to Die Killing White Men 4 Nirht A at Pino Colonel J SotiK Smith C md- - T BURN AM A TTORNE rS- - A TL A W Riciimovd Kentucky offl c gSctgj IrVf - y aammmmv - - f Ilicitrm nt nrral MiWs Torn Ip rlirc ter and ti rul rmanns thea tne a watch a sf r Oceai was warm and clear and the wounded who are on their way to the railroad suffer no discomforts The In- Â¬ dians in the hospital camp number over four thousand men women and chil- Â¬ dren and represent every agency in the akotas of Messrs Shoup and McConnell were referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections Mr Carlisle Introduced a Joint resolution for the appointment of commissioners to confer with Commissioners of the Dominion of Canada to consider the trade relations between filttH n miles north of here V tho two countries and it was i as wild blinding and bit- Â¬ select Committee on Relationsreferred to the with CM ter a wintry storm The Penate then resumed the consideration of and in a this theElectlons bill and Mr Hoar rleliledthe mtry were tlcor f had taken lire and Mr Senate laid birty at length In Hiscock who addressed the conclusupport ot the biL At the clock the of t sion of Mr Biscoclts speech Mr Hoar ad names burst out fur sie north a laifre number of encounter dressed the Si roof at Vi nys camp who have woi Hocse Not In session nee 2o It of Henna The buildings when the funeral cortege was up to a condition of VVashingtoh Dec SO Rkhatb The Senwith een the two theaters took Forsythe and Major WhitesideGeneral ate met at 0 a m with harlly a dozen Sena uax to those who committed at the tors in attendance Attention was called to fin- and at 1240 oclock the foot of the absence of a cmortim bv Mr the entire block was in danger head and composed of fifteen Wa bearing the rudely coffined dead Co Gorman The roll call showed the presence of of complete destruction Hermanns hitt-nn-i by an es enteen Senators two of them Demo- ItisalaoaaJd oaanaaiea A K and B I ll and E of the noble and the Sergeant-nt-arm- s two bocks escaped alive from ti e Theater was ablaze at M Mas directed tkat but then the buiidinps between the two e attendance It ho kwon unfortun di Cavalry togeth 11 o clock before a Quorumof absentees waswasÂ¬ sestructures began to crumble under the forty fouri Agency on fire and er with an a road from the cured and beTore the journal of yesterday was heat bricks melted away raft nt them id Cavalry wound away from the read The Vce President laid before the Senate ashed down Av series of exnlo- - camp I tnxipt up to the litt all anted the credentirds ot Mr Fredcrici T Dubois aa I skats coming from Crooks gun Senator i 11 in any day at the crest of the lr11 northwest of the beginningfrom the 4 Suto of Idaho for Uie term and March ltfll They were referred to to the t Broadway cre Agency The surviving f the me tjommittee on Privileges and Eleetiena ated a panic and almost a stampede in fated Company K nt small bands escaping here and Mr Reagan pave notice of two amendments to looked lorn By this time the which WOSuci owed extended beyond Hermanns flames had enough with their fearfully thinned Mr Aldncha closure resolution Then the morning hour Theater cat ranks The Sonate re up by the so striking in sumed which would consideration or the Elections bill and place the lives of many set the north The wind suddenly fresh Â¬ contrast to ti Mr Hoar continued his speeoh commenced ened into a half gale and a ah in danper By holding his yesterday in Its advocacy - until a much Hocsz After the Chaplain had deliverod a larger forte flame shot up to the corner of of many a comrade for the com A brief prayer in which he invoked the Divine street shower can lo thrown around the Indians the Twenty ninth The graves were in rows protection over the land during tne coming flew across the street r of six fined to the reserve of sparks close together in the year and after the of the last days The end can not le reached without and the woodwork of the windov southwest corner of the cemetery and session bad been read Journal the Sturtevant House took fire The also overlooking the camp After the adjourned until Fridayand approved the House V more battles and bloody ones Washington Jan as there are too many of the crazy who hotel brigade extinguished this but in reading of the bur Sen atz When th6 by Pev than five minutes it was ablaze Mr Cook the Episcopal clergyman Souate adjourned on Wednesday last over New only want la follow the example of Year s it was with the urderstandlng that on again Almost at the same instant their aided by his assistant the liodies Friday a further adjournment would then be sent out a terday asking for a there was a crash and Hermanns The- Â¬ were lowered into the grave Owing taken until Monday Tbere was a good at ater which was then burning briskly to the intensely critical condition of tendance to day tut Mr Hoar and Mr Aldrich hearing The Indians tore the letter were into fragments and threw them into seemed to go up in an ocean of sparks the surroundings with hoards of the motionabsent and Senator Spooner made the to adjourn winch was carried without end flame Following this all the enemy flocking about the agency the fire saying We want i question Telesrrams have been sent to all the buildings beyond Hermanns took fire threatening an attack the usual sa- Â¬ absent Republican I we are here to fight Senators to be on hand and then the flames began spreading lute of guns was omitted while soft Monday when a caucus is to be held An at- - i era shots were fired by our pickets east on Twenty eight street At 1 notes from the bugle and the wail of tempt will then be made to reach some conclu and a couple of arrows were thrown sion with regard to the into the yards Doctors arc constantly o clock the entire front of every build- - the storm whispered the last good bv andpo bly on financialFederal Elections tail legislation The remains of Captain Wallace will arriving there being no less than fif- Â¬ ing on Broadway between Twenty Boon The Hi uO adjourned to day until eighth and Twenty ninth street was on teen here with a large cor ent to Fort liilev Kas for inter MOnilJiV TKllI hflA a Ylt mAa1n kih The wind had increased to ment Those of Captain Mills who there were present about ninety members The assistants A delegation of friend fire inside rvsarna lon of II II Markham as a member of asks that a larjre party lie a small hurricane and it was apparent v as found dead in his tent from rheu- Â¬ th- - Hoard of Managers of the National Home that not only was the Twenty eighth matism of the heart from which he has for Disabled Vounteer bent out at once to aid those Soldiers was presented I block doomed but the buildings been desire to escape from the hostile sufferer for a were and referred There was a brief struggle on between Twenty ninth and Thirtieth s nt They claim that seven or eight hundred nor Thayer of he point of adjourning the Democrats Nebraska Thursday sent telegraphic through Mr Enloe Tenn trying to carry the warriors wish to return that uiev streets were in danger of destruction rnoton The Republicans did not propose to The firemen worked heroically but the instructions to the f the r fled through fright at have their House adjourned by the Democrats high wind and fierceness of the fire was militia at 1 and after defeating Knloes motion Mr Thomas forced to go with the rest To let to move at them The loss is once to Chadren th the threats OVis moved to go loto Committee of the nt ndhes go would undoubtedly almoon the private calendar Mills Tex estimated at 500000 ened Indian outi a fight and consume several vere the point of no quorum Mr I also given to the ci mn days of valuable time No decision in Fre McKJoley tor the Republicans and thentoad moved TOWBOAT BLOWS UP mont Central City and Tekamah to bo Jcurn and his motion was carrUd atter has been made yet Sunday squaw men and ed and remained up all nix be n I ts named At 11 c man in the flies at the Fifth- W smoke behind the the property room which is under nd just under the TV ret lobby The fire rapidly and communi k under the the flames were leai inir the li and fifteen building on the Nebraska State Militia O dered to Mere to Cbariron th Seie of tlia Threatened Indian Out- Â¬ break Street No ly - IluruaiuS Building Firt if PERRINS GLOVES J special to the Omaha Bee from Pine Kidge Agency dated January A 1 A KCLUVAN A TTORNR1 - MILLER HAT I A TLA W - Richmond cupied Kkntuc of the forces here relieving- leueral llrooke who started this morning into I the field with Infaatr ticneral I Ued c mm md Office on First Slreel BBSM aa formerly oc Â¬ 1ft- liy Coast Miller Juli LYONS UMBRELLAS Q9 S POWELL A PI TTORNE I - A - TLA W Kentucky Richmond nard Office on Second Street W B BRIGHT W S HUME DENTAL SURGERY R A WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SURGE OX Kentucky Richmond th Building Main Street Office tw to taw P M s-limited to dentistry i B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSORS Ol I UltlOIIT I DKALEKS IN J C MORGAN D D S RICUMOXD KEXTVCKT Main Street over Madison National 3- - bn Office Hunk te uin i tmt TOUCHED OFF Six LadV Foul MMa W a Kong Hole and Are Knocked Silly hile a num rang ing from trs wen inp about a lot rhtha bar-in a foundry attached to the Stoddard manufacturing e lishment at Dayton Sunday number threw a ed match into the bung hol a barrel Instantly an n fol- i and barrels and boys scattered with equal swiftness about the build- - severely bruised alout the face and bresw- is supposed that a small quant BAD OUTLOOK naphtha v c the barrel in applied Grave Fears of Anotlnr Flood at Vriicel Women ed senseless Portsmouth O The tow boat Anna Kolierts exploded a cylinder head Friday at 8 a m opposite Portsmouth O instantly killing five men and terribly wounding many more The boat was bound for Pitts- Â¬ burgh and was moving slowly up tho river but with a full pressure of steam ortsmouth a terrible ex- Â¬ plosion occurred tearing op n the boiler deck of the loat and hurling the man- Â¬ gled bodies of men into the river of the men killed and injured were ig in their bunks at the time of the accident The killed are as fol Frnnk Perry deck hand Ben on fireman ji 15 Shaw deck hand lames Green deck hand All were horribly burned and ic mangled by pici it or Un others are wounded t ex Â¬ U0 It is owned by a Pittsburgh ceed firm and most of the crew lived there Â¬ -I Five Killed and Several Injured Opposite prepared to tart nt any tuie THE INDIAN CAMPAIGN riie the Cattle Placed at 300 Whites Killed and Wounded her In Fifty A Fiht a Duel from New Ma lng V Va Word comes It rained all day r at Va n the increasing in Reports from lU rs from summoned to go to Ten Mile to attend t a duel v ii is run rs The volu rr which is described as a most are to the and desperate encounter that the snow is goii terribly cut about the mountain the and rapidly neck and breast and is fatally hurt streams are becomi The other womans name is not known Wheeling are fearful people i or the cause of the strange hey will be called upon to experi- duel a similar flood to that of ISM and are prepared for the worst- - The news Explotion of Firs Damp alarming from above is of i At character The river i rising rapidly place Saturday at the rat- of a half foot per hour the lower part of s have bc nnxio is Thursday night five mint eling hundred and fj uen in the mine Island are thoroughly alarmed escaped by open sh tsamsr General Pike Sunk Her Corset Steel Eaved Her At I Ind Thursday as the Mrs Shaw a dressmaker at Los steamer General Pike was backing out Angeles t f on her trip to Cincin- ed lover who afterwards comn i by a heavy wind suicide ton and forced two of the bullets etrikin ring the od knock Java Coffee Crop a Failure rge enough to The Bureau of American Republics ing a hole in tii roU a imer ha received ad failc ra which and barge sank in a few minutes the is estimated at mt sixteen per ut deck barely escaping 000 witn their i c nt of former annual averages ras Â¬ Hotel Murder While The Steamer E W Cole Sin lie while en The preparing breakfast Sunday aldsonville to New Or- Â¬ morning in the Kimball House Atlanta Ga Doc Lowe the colored cook mur Â¬ leans and landing at Wciham planta- Â¬ Orleans dered Louis Ma lie coffe mrker tion l sday night struck with a knife at mv tore a an unknot BansstT ke warded The of the boat John Cox a lay ni vessel careened on her larboard side found 98000 worth of diamonds ii feet of water sank iiag in the mud on the street in and total loss a York He turned in his find at ifth Avenue Hotel office and the The Eatlre Family Cone rge Bain owner being scon found Cox 0 oclock and B100 as reward near Irwii drowned herself in a well Three weeks County Treasurer Short ago her loveghter went n iiapolis Sentinel crazy This drove 1 AnaeeiaJt and insane from Paola lnd says Joseph I t Pitts- i - a clerical in three weeks SsaaantbalUt VaJks to Bis Death man of - It Srujland Bullying the United States Lord Salisbury is reported lo have walk see- - The President has approved the bill for the 875000 putlic building at South Bend Ind TnK Chief of Engineers report not worthy of improvement Gunters creek and Chattah oehe river in Ala- Â¬ bama iiETAity Wlvdom has directed all Collectors of Customs to conform to the ion of the U S Supreme Court in the case of Zebnrger Collector against in which it was held that a man ANOTHER ENCOUNTER was not a manufac This decision of the Two Strike and Ills Band Capture a lri ture of wool r Traiu Hut Are Routed court Collectors are informed will apThe Omaha Lees special from Rush ply only to importations of worsted viile eb n the seat cl itha made prior to the passage of the lof war give the news of another en- Â¬ act of M ay counter between the troops and Indians Refkksextative WniiAMd of Day- Â¬ at a point within four miles of the ton O has secured the appointment of agency The Seventh and Ninth Cav- Â¬ John T Wuymire of Plan and Jas alry were just coming in from Mon- Â¬ T Moorhead of Troy m Weigh Mas- days battle field followed at son the Railway Mail Service K tance by their provision train On reachof Mich ing the point named a large bam of igan on the 2d mtroduct d in the House Indians headed b irike a jont resolution constituting a Board dashed suddenly upon the traineaptured nsist of two Senators and three ers of the House and two On it and were making off toward the army and navy which Lands when the cavalry wheeled and gave pursuit In the battle which fol- Â¬ shall take into consideration during the s of Congress t lowed over thirty Indians were wound ed but no soh killed Accord- Â¬ defenses with special r the urgent necessities as to fortilica- ing to the latest reports Two Strikes armament defensive ships and Indians had Monday been considered ard is to report to able and suldned but their sud- Â¬ ubjects bef ire Jan- den change of mind causes the gr t Ten thousand dollars is at the Agency that perhaps none of the so called friendlies can be relied itea to meet tne necessary ex- hc Board on word from General However some Brooke to the settlers Ti LITERARY AND ART NOTES what reassuring it being to the effect that a great body of the savages Miilett8 Angelus which in size meas have remained loyal all the time ches sold at the rate of e dead He while nearly all r square inch not in sa are further am Eng a collection of o at hand five hundred examples of David Cox danger Reliable m that Colonel Henry is now approaching who was a native of that city is shown the agency with 700 In in the art gallery d to in the Bad Lands This 1 Goes of Topcka Kan Include all of the rebels on the reserva- - has an ornithoiogk al collection that is are entertained of a surpassed only by that of the National tion and hopes A tasa of Aggravated Bang Froid nt It has cost the lives f perfect ease She He is i lington of about 20 Indians and olf posaessioc and is thoroughly Dr Holmes appears in the Harvard killed and w thirty iiver Wendell Homes catalogue as effect this result if indeed it may be M D LL D Litt D D C L the faculty of said that peace is yet establislu d maki a total strangei- in your Professor of Anatomy Emeritus I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i 1 - dispatch from Fine Ridge Agency that the battle between the treach rous Big Foot hostiles and the Seventh cavalry resulted in the killing and f the wounding of about sen cavalry troopers and the almost total wiping out of the Indian village ccoipos- about 110 warriors and 250 w and children Perhaps half a dozen Indian children were all that were left jf the entire hostile camp The Com Indiaa Affairs Tuesday morn ed the following dispatch from Agent D F Roy er dated Pine Ridge Indiai On December M Wounded morning while the ad his band after their surrender a iieh resulted in odiansani including Captain Wallace with ounded Two Strike and his parti who were encamp ed on below lied 01ou eney the hill the board licol wounding twi The irned the fire killing two of the Two Str and wounding two strike and his band have retreated in a northwesterly direc- Â¬ tion from the agency and it is sup he is make his war back to the Bad Lands Thus far the Pine Ridge Indians have taken DO active part in the war but Big Foot Slow Bear Kicking Bear and 1 rike band have been and are active in the disturb- Â¬ ance Â¬ Â¬ introduced in the House a bill directing the Secretary of the Treasury to print fractional currency of the United States to the amount of fifty millions of dol lars Kepkkextative Abvek Taylor of Illinois has introduced in the House a till providing that the rate chargeable for registration on mail mat ter shall be five cents for each piece in addition to the regular postage The Treasury Department on tho 2d under its circular of October 9 re deemed S 7600 bocd The Treasury Department on the 2d resumed the purchase of silver The amount offered was 912000 ounces and mount purchased 807000 ouni follows 25000 ounces at 104W 3o000 125000 ounces at 104 98 175- unces at 105 80000 ounces at 105 10 50000 ouuees at 105 24 310000 i Representative Kfii of Kansas News Items 25 BKTAKT lL Drummond of Wanton has apoointed A New York Chi Service Division of the the iry Department and Ii II Kand of Wisconsin a Chief of division in the Fifth Auditors office Treasury Depart incnt ELBY W BURGIN The retiring jailer of Campbell Coun- Â¬ ty Mr W H Turner will shortly insti- Â¬ DENTIST tute suit against the city of Newport for Kentucky Richmond SsOOO for services performed in taking care of the work house and station mice Over Palace Dry Goods Store on v Finn 1 MATIV- house A city ordinance was passed leivm street formerly occupied by Dr Kea 45- August 23 1888 the seventh section of which provides that the city jailer shall Je W CREED D D S be allowed a compensation for services KIRKSlLLE KENTUCKY rendered as overseer of the work house and station house This ordinance has Office at Klnhell residence never been repealed and is in effect the Everything IT doue pertaining to tUe tirnfeMdon present day Dawiiik has had a fire lately and in IMPORTED LIN PHYSICIANS consequence is organizing a volunteer fire department rILL JENNINGS Jl D The opening of the new 30000 opera houso was a great event at Paris the PBISICIAN AND SURGEON other night KSNTUCKY Aaron Burr vas once a civil engi- RiCHJtOKn neer and of course owned a transit in- Â¬ Office up stairs next to Second National strument The identical transit owned rv Burr is still in existence Squire liHtik J W Stewart who lives near Dexter R II R GIBSON on on the P T and A railroad in Calloway County who in his younger PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON days followed the profession of a sur- Â¬ Xt Kentucky is the proud possessor of this an- Â¬ RicHMoNn veyor m cient instrument -- r Office 26 a Second Street up stairs A gray eagle measuring seven feet JgyffrSgOO and a half from tip to tip was killed at Mr Norvin Harris place on the Shelby J M POYNTZ ville pika near Louisville the other morning Two stable lioysdid the killPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ing with 22 aliber rifles Kentucky Richmond The examining trial of James Ellis Brown for the killing of D T Farmer j dee Second Street uext to White Drug 3- Jtore during a difficulty at Scates Mills Christian County recently has closed and resulted in a verdict of acquittal on Qm W EVANS M U the grounds that the deed was done in PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON self defense Brown was at once re- Â¬ Kentucky Richmond leased from jail A Miller formerly llov Rkibex Office Second Street State Inspector and Examiner and who has been dangerously ill at his home in R TAYLOR Owenstioro is rapidly recovering At Moores school house in Allen Practitioner in Medi ine and Surgery County a couple of ruffians who unKknticky dertook to break up a Christmas frolic Richmond were baffled by the pluck of the young Office Second 81 reel over Dykea Urooery lady teacher She planted herself in the door way where the ruffians were Sto f firing off their pistols and about to en- Â¬ FOSTER JOHN ter the house and defiantly informed them that if they entered the house it PBISICIAN AND SURGEON would be over her dead body They Kentucky Richmond didnt enter P1 HBsVM Luzons Lexington electric street cars u Office s Main Strrot nt next door toand Tares The sslasT cor Main st residence carry school children at half fare Creek Avenue Daxiei Bonner a stockman of Lexington was found dead in his room at yjft T SEXSMITH M D the Stock Yards Hotel Wichita Kan PHYSIC I A XAND S URGE OX the other day Morphine was the agent H9 BHsssK lailailailaFTU sH of destruction White Hall - - - Kentucky J B Frails store in Birdsville Liv ingston County was burned with its Offers his professional services to tlie pubLoss 3000 with small in- Â¬ lic contents surance The fire was incendiary S AI LETCH EB T L IIoox aged 35 years died very JJR at his home in Ilethel Bath suddenly PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON County Iiis death is a mystery but Kentucky Richmond some suppose that it resulted from mor- Â¬ phine W-Office Smith Building Malu Street Thomas Farmer and Ellis Brown citizens residing near Scales Mills Christian County became involved in a IJ W BRIGHT M D quarrel over family affairs when the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON former was killed with a fence rail by Kentucky Richmond croOTi isotn men Decame very angry when Farmer Brown drew a knife upon Office Id Smith Building on Main Street U attention given and his opponent who seized a rail and struck chemical examinations In microscopicalfluids of tissues and a-Farmer to the ground with it Farmer of the hitman lxiy and followed Brown who struck him a second blow knocking him down C S HOLTON and inflicting fatal internal injuries Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon from which he died almost instantly Kentucky Brown made his escape and is still at Richmond DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- large D M Bright Hours 830 to Office over llnma Mi 2U0 to 410 p ra Special attention The Fulton gormand who undertook to direase of women me all diffi to eat three qumls a day for thirty days Kivenchionlc rn- Pntlenls treated at a discult tance stumbled at his bird on any mid Homeopathic mediciuea seut - to 48address the tenth day TnE man who is mean enough to rob AULTZ AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL BLACKSMITHS his grandmother has been found at Pa ducah and is in jail for the offense PH YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Miss Hhannan of Marion is work- Â¬ Richmond Kentucky Roofing in All Kinds ing for the erection of a home and J I l j Office 220 school for indigent and helpless chil Â¬ Richmond Ky Msrcli 19 1690 jr Main Street Burn am 18Chuiiaiill Building upstairs dren The Burnside and Cumberland River J M BLACK railroad opened up for business a jw O T WELLd F B CARR days ago It eonuects with the C N O and T P railway at Burnside and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the Burnside and Bnrksville Transpor-Â¬ 25- G GO Run House Ky tation Company at Burnside Landing The Kentucky Democratic Club at Covington will give a reception and banquet on Jackson Day January 3 0HAS HOOKER Lieutenant Governor 3 W Bryan will THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR VETERINARY SURGEON Tfce Oil CeoJ Yani ia Town make the md Hon 111 GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE si J Ilcadrek of Flem William will dciiv icral Veterinary ind Sterility a Only square from he Ourt houee SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS OFFICE Next d iiiMAX office Dil ml killed You dont have to seud away out to 4K- llnghsm building undKy die the c the depot SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods WEST IR IOHlVrOlNJID - - - XSEUNJTTJOK5r MENS UNDERWEAR Â¬ 7- - 1 NECKWEARt FULLDRESSSHIRTS j feOJQl OQC - JR Â¬ OLIVER PLOWS TJ Â¬ 3- JR It 3- Â¬ 7 Â¬ Â¬ 55 V - 1 mm sM 1R SHACKELFORD -- FOR SAXjIB GENTRY Fraslig ca Â¬ Â¬ Mware Tinware Woofleiiware House Goods AE and Guttering LQmii Workers Sheet Metal of jll TAR DID PILES FOB MEDICINAL T WELLS PILESI INSURANCE BURNAM Companies Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS BATH HUME TK R O IDi SOHP AJBSOIvXJTlIyirr PURE TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL CoIDeIiTereiu7FmTwfi Soft Coal and Anthracite Not and Lamp Coal Now open at Myera old lumberyard next to Second Presbyteriau eliureb Quiekeai in town Lowest C uir arlins Thc au t ife Di Hungarian furnsce- cl Works ious adiiy - out of a I badly en oui his brains oozed of the ri c m Corn Free of Duty jailed m and more Right to Raise Blaiea There goe a man who has been raibinj b ery day for years an ice dare not touch him w ny nci is ne sucn a aesperau l aa honeat blacksmith Tie Olftctt and Strcajoat Americas Any WtVa llonc TOILET AND NUBSERY PURPOSES Knaagfa to Break Annt Lib mo an ne break i NORTU AMERICA n SPRINGFIELD NECTICUT I CARRIAGES FOR SALE to 10 7 WZLLS 3t CO For Sale or Rent I desire iarge two - has signed from dor- A Hei sirested Arrested for an old Moxder affed eiiity two i Bat Pcieon ia PumpaUi Pies Bpccial to the I was ctain re of Reirja- - from Icavening Powcr- - vt Report Aug PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA 17 SS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x12 toot allev Orchard Street new rent privately the 1889 NEW BUGGIES NSW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGSS NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vebiciea are all new a very latest pattern on tbe moat reasonable t e me wftnt a vehicle 000 you wont go borae 5- JO c QUF TW lots a SCOTT A GERMANIA lot Jlx and Orange Streets STORE HOUSE situated on a good corner lot In Ellla so Armr Officer Sudden Death Baking livider BSOLUTELY PURE MERCHANTS H or as a ROCK BOTTOM RATES Furmera National Bank 9 Dont foret our BURNAM offloe is at the Thrkr Elec im w w jffer tor sale mm HUME the reside rB Tobsieoo Barns Country Stores ami Milliujt proierty gpecia BH 4 THE CLIMAX Printing vliai1t irwlnatv evasion of the law might be expected CONCERNING FARMERS ed near 8inks A side track is being not for partisan benefit or the gratifica put in for the purpuse of quarrying and A Louisville correspondent of the Lex Â¬ tion of personal ambition The Farmers Alliance of Kansas has loading pebble stone for use by the Er iTo ington Leader places th political strength the interests of propeny and civilization organized an AUiaice Insura Watts Steel Co at Middlesboro Three f the Farmers Alliance at 80000 I itself Immense interests of every kind panv IV BY VEBY H1M cars per day will be used at the assius M Clay Jr it is stated will cer- are held in the Southern States by North fifty canning estab-Â¬ North Co tainly secure the gubernatorial nomina- Â¬ em owners of every party Tbev are in lishmentsCarolina has the number is rap- start and will increase The stone is Climax already and used in making fire clay and also enters tion Mr Clays ambition however will constant communication with the most idly increasing e Ch as S Powell into one of the processes in making steel not stop here He has aspirations for a intelligent citizens of those States who Curt Richardson bought of Jesse Broad Shipments of this stone will be begun at Â¬ whatever i BAB 150 higher I honor the sent of Carlisle in the have no hostilitywho know to the color- dus 17 head of cotton mules at 80 per once Mt anal States8enate If aceeasful in his ed people and that their la Eagle race for tiovernor he tenia assured of the bor is indispensable Rut while ac- Â¬ head Iniw -H8B47 The Modern Tobacco Barn Co is a new miport of the Alliance in the Senatorial knowledging that the colored people have been bitterly wronged and degrad corporation formed at Oxford N C with t As the Alliance is not particuMKKKN E YOlR DATE larly fond of Mr Carlisle there is no ed such citizens can not agree that the a capital of 250000 The output of all the tobacco factories doubt that Mr Clay will receive its full wrong aud degradation have fitted their victims for the proper discharge of the in the United States for tbe year 18K was hun- - strength but it is not clear that the Alliance will l tor in a contest so duties ot the government The most 2 HiiO000 pounds an increase over the i ami iistant however important a art it might earnest and intelligent fried of the ne- Â¬ previous year of 16000 hogsheads assay gro in any part of the country tmld not A Philadelphia svndicate is about to es Â¬ tlie number More play at tin- present time or even during contemplate with composure in the in tablish a large stock farm on the Roanoke the session of the next General Assembly huge either of the white or colored race river lands in Virginia It is said that It appears to lie a rather healthy infant VI u a return of the carpet bag rule That 35000 have leen already subscribed for - but it is questionable w hetlier it can re rTHtCuMAiorevenwhethml- - r tain its vitality until this important event the colored citizen is a voter is true and the purpose comes off Experience teaches us that that the acquiescence in the deliberate o end ihiiiUI continue Several of our feeders have engaged the kindred movements have not been a neglect of law is to be deprecated and slop fed hogs at 4 cents for June delivery you TmkCliuv IkBut where ended is conceded therefore how ling success in the past although must Others refuse to engage at that price unlem- - you 11 ab there was more enthusiasm exhibited law is- evaded for reasons which commend thinking hogs will le very high in the to iliMxiitiiiiic laaaraaftdswidkM intelligent and conscien when the Grange affair was inaugurated themspring results Both the method and tious men evaded M is honestly and than is now apparent in the Alliance At Syrup of Figs is taken it 13 plenum The Flemingsburg Times says not unreasonably believed in th Thmwllf Aimeatr bot have ile of Hon W J Hendricks Jas B and refreshing to the taste and ccw tome other remedy jc us get through with the race for interests of society the Kidueys Day bought the jack Hiawatha for than the bald and strict enforcement of fently yet promptly on nor before we take up the el time stai and Bowels cleanses the law at all hazards will be sought bv 100 I he farm was bid to SVI per acre of a United States Senator That is somemr bum effectually dispels colds bend and withdrawn being held at thing about which no one can predict those who are really bent ujkjh the Dan itl aches and fevers and cures habitual inxta The firm of Sullivan Highbotigh x harmony and welfare of the what the Ak- - w ith any sort of certainty Recollect that Sjrnp ot Figs is the Car constipation Summers Souora sold to Miller an election of a Sjxaker of whole community there is to aniel II tinonly remedy of its kind ever pr r Thirty j lavery was as wrong penter of Atlanta Ga 125 mulesfor15 tnow tliat the U B House of Representatives which duced pleasing to the taste and no may or may not have a good deal to do in Alabama as in Kansas and a man had 000 an average of 120 per head to be ceptable to the stomach prompt it iiat urn also unletwith the election of a Senator from Ken the same right to personal liberty in delivered from the 1st to the 25th of Jan its action and truly beneficial in it you renew that the isiper will stop t Booth Carolina as in Massachusetts But uary effects prepared only from the Oost ear from you t tuck v not for that reason did the Republican The Climax is in receipt of a beautiful healthy and agreeable substances its least once a year DV1XU STKI uOLES OP THE COMBINE party insist upon the immediate and ab five leaf celluloid memorandum tablet many excellent qualities commend it i solute emancipation It took counsel of from the Planters Tobacco Warehouse to all and have made it the most Printing Co All kinds of report are being industri- Â¬ the actual situation and sought the de- Louisville J S Phelps iS Co proprietors noDular remedy known knocked out on ously circulated and some of them being struction of slavery by confining it withIt bears an exquisite picture of the ware- Â¬ bvrup of Figs is for sale in 50c published in the daily jiapers about the in its State limits that was the wise and house and 81 bottles bv all lead in dru on Monday tate To day the right of the st of the tobacco growers ware- - patriotic course Any reliable druggist who It is stated that the Standard Oil Co gists he great Chicago dry honae One of which is that the old ware- Â¬ colored citizen to vote is pructicallv de M a kmi i not have it on hand will pro may suit to test the housemen will fix things so that the nied in some parts of the Southern has established a plant in Florida valued cure it promptly for any one who - man ha- BJS 000000 to develop the phoaphpf at bill growers can not get a wan house on Main McKinley But a law which will embitter that section The daly output is 500 tons wishes to try it- - Do not accept an ieutly successful in his Another is that the combine is the feeling against him a hundredfold aud heavv shipments are made from substitute assUs dead and the growers have abandoned the although it may assume to protect one of Tampa to London CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO I a warehouse It is easy to guess his rights will not relieve him Doubt- Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO CAL Froru a circular sent out by J S Phelps NEW YORK NX KY LOUISVILLE the source from which these reports eina- - less there should not be such a reeling Co of the Planters Warehouse Imis nd the object of their publication but eaa legislation prevent it T In deal and returned with iw Fanners is it possible that you will be ing with offences against the suffrage ville we find that during the year 1S00 mislead or deceived by statements coming does statesmanship take no account of there were sold in Louisville 144812 ML hogsheads of tobacco of which 108472 from such a mama and through the chan facts and circumstances Time and ed nel of tin the now defunct ucation and more friendly feeling on were Hurley This continues Louisiile We understand that pajwrs con both sides are aidinghe solution of an as the largest tobacco market in the City Mon lay trust taining these fabricated reports are betas immensely difficult question Such suf- world Tobacco on hand in the city 22 222 hogsheads Phelps Co sold during -- FOR THE- and it up by the thousands and sent out frage provisions as those of the new Con- Â¬ OCCO growers by those who seem to Her Batata is valued at stitution of Mississippi show the disjo the imr- year more than 12000 hogsheads E W Lee bought of Alex Doty 41 cot- Â¬ million dollars yet still hope to defeat your struggle for free- sition to make the liK al law confonn to dom and inlojK ndence It has only bean the situation However honest the ton mules about 35J hands high at 115 short while since these same parties supiiort of the pending bill may be how- per head M J Farris bought Monday Tilt PI BLH b 1LIUNU with great exultation said that their ever plausible the Presidents statement of Joe McDowell a bunch of long yearling u the combine wa- - complete that it was all that it aims only to protect the acknowl cattle averaging 900 pounds O atS 3 cents man ltd Vermillion sold to Smith y for fixed and that it was no use for you to edged equal right of every citizen we Ware help yonThanks to the doubt whether a great majority of intel- Bro of Tennessee 50 good cotton mules in Richmond to cost iting forth good sense and manhood of the fanners ligent Americans do not believe that the 40 of them mares at 7450 per head E W Lee sold Saturday to Israel Braun of r a building to accoiuino- - of Kentucky you have shown them that law would be a public misfortune Lexington 143 sheep at 400 per hunal revenue you could and would help yourselves and dred and 213 at 440 per hundred They EMLN WONT STAY RESCUED jxrt- - betas circulated which have lurt the bill pained were shipped Monday John Tewmey -- Heating It will foondatkm only in the imaginative brain voice of this county sold to E W Lee 24 extra Â¬ will if thise who concoct and circulate themi and Richmond Emin Pashas indisposition to be resWe wish to invite you all to paas the last dving struggles of the en Â¬ cued from the perils of his position at fine cotton mules 15 hands high for rernanent building in th come and make your purchases 131 per head They are for the Atlanta emy The growers warehouse both in Wadelai and Mr Stanleys use ot somefutir louisville oi at any Other points where it thing like force to restore him to civili market and w ill go some time in January where you can find the UEYtLOPINti SIUENUTH Danrilk Advocate may le thought proper to establish them zation were among the ludicrous devel- never had but one dauger and that was opments of the famous expedition some The Directors of the Kentucky Tobacco Largest Assortments rtain- a lack of united action among our- - of the revolting details of which are still Growers Association Warehouse have lv a Richmond in the BeW of tartar The Best Selections elves Rut the time is fear such a dan occupying and distressing the public completed all the arrangements necessary ger has passed The promptness and mind The fact that Fiuin uu willing to and will be ready to make their report to me of Keu The Newest Styles faimesne with which you have met this stay rescued is now making his way the Association at the meeting in LouisII Ik- - Cassias M o trust The solid phalanx of the back to Wadelai in disregard of the in- ville January 6th The members of the friend in this AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST Ir He v Laboreas Unions have put to structions of Baron Wisemann his emFarmers iation who have subscribed for the iy fear aboat farmers being able to ployer was all that was Bended to com leek in the warehouse will not be called upon for any money until they ship their i LimaeM nnaf aneaaal take care of themselves Ik tnie to yoar- plete the absurdity of the great East baa m - aud to your business and at epic Emins eccentricity to give tobacco when they can pay the calls on reason tot c and the world will respect you it a mild name is something wonderful their stock from the proceeds of the sale and you will resject yourselves Farm- For a long time the world pictured him Arrangements have been made for all the you the most complete AA LAID ASIDE er Home JoHru as a hero maintaining single handed money needed to carry on the business We offer line of against tbe hosts as the Mahdi the cause without calling on the subscribers of r a staunch WIDEN 01 R FOREIGN TRADE delphia lnq of civilization in the heart of Africa He stiK k Geu John S Williams Chairman alone was floating the Khedives flag of the Board of Directors was iu our nd address Now that we have gotten into shape a long after Gordon and the other defend- office on Saturday and assured us that n and promise ourselves a prompt ers of the provinces of the Soudan had everything was working satisfactorily I ent bill the bill to build up Amer- - and very desirable incaease in our fight succumbed to the fury of the new MoÂ¬ and harmoniously Geu Williams has s which it ing navy which will command AND hammed So impressive was his figure the success of this enterprise at heart and it extreme iaanorta and the usual congratulation at to the minds eye that an Emin relief no amount of abuse or misrepresentation ie In home it well liecomee us as a nation to committee was armed in Eimhmd to re- will turn him from his course He has u bill this into consideration the methods lieve Emin from his i ril and Stanley put bis shoulder to the wheel and is bent would pal Inch have made ireat Britain an active was emploved to restore blm to Europe upon showing together w ith the rest of ardent an ipetitor in all Then followed the march across a conti- the Board that the work done has been Not oulv the market- - of the world An article nent Hundreds of lives were lost in the in the interest of the farmer Mt 81 in the city and a wonderful as patmi to it from the Adcoi jcn of William Eleroy Curtis quest to say nothing of the hundre sortment of but lending Republican papers feel it heretofore noticed in our columns thousands of dolfaui sjient in the pur A joint stock company with a capital throw out cautionaI of supplies the hiring of porters the countries nala The seatimeut of Penney aiuth of us reach a yearly valuation of a and the like Alter it was found that of 190000 is being formed at Bristol Va can be ascertained is ii billion dollars In 1888 our imports Emin demoralized by bis long residence to manufacture a new cembinatiou plow out of the thence were s exports hence among savages was indifferent to the the invention of a Bristol man stand in the path of mott 7 1000000 wh from and to charms of civilized Europe and accordAlter Forwood Cos custom Dtafarss GaaVI Be Cared in le them imported and exported ing to his own testimony was brought made which rank with the best By local applications at they cannot to them 116000000 while France bought by the masterful Stanley from Allert AL UUN for less reach the diseased portion of the ear There goods in this country 0000 and sold r000000 in round Nyanza to the coast much against his numlers In an aggregate of exports will His rescue from the Mahdists on is only one way to cure deafness and that than 150 on the pair from regunuuional American Confer- is by constitutional remedies Deafness is lar prices and a splendid line of h met in Washington last w in- - specifying articles Kngland showed in a the one hand and from his cut throat caused by inflamed condition of the mucous Mens Boys and Childrens er things recommended total 8W000000 in c itton goods alone Egyptians on the other excited in his breast no sentiment of gratitude to Stan- lining of the Eustachian Tube When this 000 and the United States 400 stablishment of an International In iron and steel England aggrega- - ley nor to the relief committee that had tube gets inflamed ou have rumbling Lnion and the issne - r500- rUTMyOOO the Units done so much to effect it He rescued sounds or imperfect hearing and when it of an intemationol coin uniform in 1 iu fact his withdrawal from the sensual is entirely closed Deafness in the result 10000 id fineness to be used by all the 000 the United States 8v delights of his old life at Wadelai and and unless the inflammation can be taken represented in the conference We hope to be able shortly and in a meditated his return at the first opjior out and this tube restored to its normal more condensed form to give the figures tunity Accordingly soon after his re- Â¬ condition hearing will be destroyed for- Â¬ All bought at the lowest cash ublics and as of a later period though we are assured turn to tbe coast he took service with ever nine cases cut often are caused by be sold in compecatarrh which is nothing but an inflamed prices and can German East Africa Company no less ciiiiNI ieh--j- t s frntii BBBM coun- - the percentage against us is Farquhar re- Â¬ tbe the disappointment of scientists much condition of the mucous surfaces tition with any retail house in the who of to Iresi markable Representative We will give One Hundred Dollars for city A line of beautiful and stylish tatin at Washington on Wed New York has been heard from and were preparing him a triumphal pr any case of Deafness caused by catarrh is no use to foist politics into the throughout Europe The mission entrust7 to consider the quanneadny January ed to him by his employers was to lead a that we cannot cure by taking Halls Catity and kind of lO rency to e iiml issues govei niug trade relations SenJ for circulars free Touching the potato rot and famine in force of soldiers and porters over the tarrh Cure see it should have and the value On FJCMENEYC0ToledoO national silver Ireland it is a curious commentary apoo familiar route to Victoria Nyanza Sold by all Druggists art much aggravated situation tha the way be was to establish military 3 33 IN PLUSH AND CLOTH the there are now in port 100 tons of Irish and trading stations for the protection statist savs that a decipotatoes shipped from the Green Isle for and development of commerce in the LIVE STOCK MAEZET EEPOST best and lowest prices anywhere mal system of coinage weights and meas rhaps be adopted by a market in Baltimore brought here from EmjK ror Williams new territories Not By GREENE A EMBKY gSTWe are always ready to the port of Belfast on the steamship Lord the very best luck attended his execu- LI e Stock Commission Merchant at Clnolu ing countries in the world show our goods so come and look naii Uniou Si k Yards and Covluglon ttaanf America ONeill and originally shipped from Tip tion of this task His progress was slow Slock Yards before you purchase There are now 30 countries using the deci- perary count v Ireland The amount Diseases and conflicts with the nativesÂ¬ approaches 300 bus our weight per bus wasted his force and valuable opportucoinage SHIPPING CATTLE mal system aa applied to To show the recompense of natures Prov- nities were lost When he reached the Cincinnati OmoJan 5 1891 A NEW DEPARTURE SIlST MAKE idence these Irish potatoes are of better Victoria Nyanza he declined to Good to Extra 4 6o with Mr Stokes an agent of the Ger- Pair to Good quality than American and after paying 4 35 - 35 cents per bus duty will breaking on the Masuaehu2 75 the ship man Company and in other respects dis-Â¬ Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen 3 75 iican leaders aid it B just per profit it is thought Now whether obeyed Baron Wisemanns instructions Oxen 2 50 Fair to iaur Hoar may it is plenty or poverty the situation shows The Baron has found it necessary-- it is CommonGood Rough 1 and 75 The rush of the the advantage of cheap ocean freights stated to order bis return to the coast - into the BUTCHER CATTLE of Maaaachneetband whether tne government should sub Â¬ But that he w ill return is considered imlias attracted the- - at- - sidise a mercantile marine becomes a probable On the contrary he is credit- Good to Extra f 4 00 Proprietor L rdett wl lestion in trade and com ed with having started for Wadelai with Fair to Good 3 75 mrj kaNgfl Extra Fat Steers 3 2e 0pp OSt 0 Depot force at his command regardi merce which should be at once decided the Limestone Street r to by our American Congress It is well the duty he owes to the imperial gov- Good toOood Steers oo Extra Cows KY LEXINGTON - regarded aa an enough to build up our exchange of ma- Â¬ ernment To reach Wadelai he would Fair to Good Cows i In an interview in terial productions and staples by fostering of course have to traverse the territories Common Cows 500 New Building and Fnrnitnre Rough Cows and Oxen oo Mr Iiurdett said that he transfer between friendly nations but we of the British East Africa Company Well Lighted and Ventilatid hether Mr Crapo would cannot afford to do less than our most ac BULLS would regard him asameddlc But after all ear at companys agent let our mercantile ma- Best Shipping t 2 75 00 would probably foel it to be their duty to Best Bologna 60 GOOD BAR ATTACHED 2 2 turn him back or arrest him as a stirrer Fair Bologna 35 2 Fair to Good Feeders is HaltimoreJour- - up of strife In that event his next retjpt p S2 and 5250 per Day Co RATES on and Thin turn to the coast would le unmistakably 4Th at take a new departure FEEDERS AND STOCKERS compulsory and his re eption at T1IE FORCE BILL in the present Con Id be the reverse of agre Good Extra Steers 35 36 he party into a defen-In any case one world has I Fair to Go 3 2S Harper Weekly - Ctniiuittt- - ii dliaGood to Extra lieitthe on and Thin Stockers But the real opposition to such a law so Traynor for the fact that it disregards 1 ituryo in December AND CALVES COWS ing in irpg is essentially partisan and that his tame would have bee tebnoetta has con- rind lfc90 must be Best Grades J 40 ooa i moat necessarily fail of its object The safe As it is it is in tatters The greatAl mares Owen KcKee piii to Good 25 cot ves of proposing the law are est luck a hero can McKee Troy nor Hi iibabiy avowed and the alleged it seems is to at weauiiiiz limp in in- Calves for try Owen McKef Kd 5 OO rcumstai owner of the coits April 14 1890 PREDICTIONS A L ifi Vpin PStablisll- - 1 Â¬ AT COST Boots and Shoes Having decided to discontinue the Boot and Shoe Department of my business FARLEY One of the oldest houses lEITICn HITUL 111 BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west in rAST LINE BETWEEN of Â¬ Kentucky WROUGHT smiths KIMS keeps IRON a variety for Lexington Scawiale in SOUTH BOUND black- - Cincinnati 16th 1S90 Janwry7iel KtVt Ex 8 10 8 iS Not un am am WHEELS SPOKES for Dally 500 p m -- Â¬ and other supplies Â¬ Le Lvt Best itakes of Le Lve FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine Arr Arr wagon makers 2op jmtsi p m 1118 a 1310 p 943 am 1043 zm 916 p m lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT I Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Living NORTH BOUNI Lve Bena Arr Kii hmoiui Lve Stailf Lve 1310 p 45 3 10 S prn n jjj pm yio p to ao Â¬ i iv pm pm Dm P ml Kxsur 800 am 1035 a m 1145 a m No Ex Sun ON13 EXJOYfe- Lt LivitigrtOD THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR PRIME COST down at faVCome to tbe house where your fathers and grandfathers bought their goods half a century ago a 15 am a th--te- ni Arr Winchester Arr Ph Lve ve Lve rT 345 pm Â¬ 1 Parts - Arr Arr - Â¬ W 7- L PARLEY MAYSVILIE BRANCH NOKTH BOUND Lve Clneinnxt 700 a m Successor to John Farley - Lmily Â¬ Â¬ A D RUFF Arr rg 19 am 043 a m 8 SOUTH BOCND So 530 a m 715 am i 1 Now is Your Chance to sret whatever you want in the Boot and aWsmSfitSiVBESsVT Shoe line for a little money Lve tiuciiiiiati einnatl No- ijll 1044 a m No Rous dally from Leihiu t Tifaves Lexingtoa MM a m a ra iday A r Â¬ Â¬ READY Paris 1045 No 8 Lei FaluiO Â¬ IITCIIUtHUnHII EVER PAIR tia No 1 r y between Â¬ Â¬ HOLIDAY WILL BE SOLO -- DEALER IN- - Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special eomui tml make conn ler for polnr on Hie N Â¬ Plated ware etc t Â¬ Â¬ XTRADE AND AT STRICTLY COST attention given to rive at IMP h SETTINQ DIAMONDS STONES neelion Throi to any For full piirTirularsadiiriMS ageuc W L MUNSON T A STSml AND OTHER PRECIOUS Â¬ BJSRemember that COST means what they cost me REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike MORSK ienl P 8F H E HUNTINUTON F B CARK A General Offices til a manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Note that we now have douhle dailj services horh ways on Sundays belwee cinuati and Lexington -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i H J STRENG Lowest Prices ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB CIRCUIT Dont forget the place next door to the Poet office Richraoud Ky 30- Loisnlle ETV kthen G Ry E 2 I s o o Cot Lessee d 93 C a3 5 3 3 N Short Line to tbe North and Northwest Time Table in Effect December Daily fDaily Ex Sun Leave Richmnd R Â¬ Â¬ DRESS GOODS Genfiral date for tlrcnll Court Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of the DemoÂ¬ cratic party 4- B G POWELL COUKI CLERK of Speedwell Is a candi Â¬ -- KILLING GO o a 3 S a 3 SB Â¬ G0RMLEY HAS THK Kaf TIME 15 AT HAND YOU CAN BUY YOUR Qo o 3 Â¬ Mend e Ci c c n a and Lexington with through cars without change between Rtch lodation for V er- - 3- - o 3 - s r n 3D S in Cu a t 3o r 3 9 ET Â¬ VenaiBw Y Nich For Map Rate- - Schedules and other iniorma tico write or ca FIERRY Ticket Agent rcMCcburg m JFINEST LINE 0Ft 0 o si JJ FARS 3i6 r Ky - BOOTS and SHOES a 3 2 5 B -- 1 JJ BROOKS I M CHENAULT BROOKS CHENAULT 1 Â¬ jeL-i-- i Â¬ Saddlery -- Butcher Knives G Ot t in Meat Cutters Lard Kettles Lard Cans FROM O M S3 a 1 B to Conimiswioo Estaie BroKers Richmond Kknti Â¬ AND Oa wa S a X a a Large lists of City ami Counlry Prop- Â¬ erty Property ani boujtlrt ii sij 5 Ciathin and Overcoats i anil prompt alteiition Kiven o ST Oftice in John nfllce Branch office Trolling Horse Outfits RICHMOND HAS c e r 2 BnykH Druj Store at Stockton 4 3i- - Heiiitl law I c a a er J Civil A 6 V WILLIAMSON EXOINEER 4 EVER HAD T5 Engineer and Surveyor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOAKS P M POPE W C Gormley Co Cheaper than you can thern elsewhere These goods were bought before the McKinley Bill got in its work find 3 00 MADISON 1 Surveys made for Railways Turn pikes Koadways o iciveii Farm ilr tf GENERA farnn LAND 8URVE of -- Â¬ Mcnumenta RICHMOND Works KY i Â¬ and other la eiiie solicited with parties in surveys of lands iu mountain dain- Â¬ ties of Kent tick IfTOSa City Hall Richmond Kv 9- Litoes retraceil epecial al nn- - mmI plata to laaasVraiiliiraJ Â¬ PowersHagan I HAVE A - Â¬ REMOVAL FINE SELECTION OF Â¬ jy Ramsey KLEIN Fife DRUGGISTS COOK AND HEATING KYV3J JalaNsssssssssssUl 1 I HAVE MOVED MY Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Th where I have every best of work more rapidly than ever fore Will be pleased to see ail my old tron and v 5 - moved to lv anStreet bet S It- 1 i Â¬ PALACE HOTEL Corner Main and First Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY be- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir STOVES -- pa- Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS day and carefully compounded night by an experienced physician and pharmacist Â¬ JUST COME IN Every SELL -- - Cliaracter MONUMENT STATUARY BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Ma at the dru ira able to ty has Centrally Located and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most and BOUGHT THEM 10 1 COLOSSAL Important Notice DRUGS Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS ID - OR MOST ELABORATE are 1 C4LL AND SEE ME Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on applies 40- - CJIER Presio Mad Sat Bi i Imported and GRANITE and see me Native Marble alwaya on hand Â¬ FOR RENT now rs -- non and Heavy 3 Oo has HOGS b if 4-4- OWEN McKEE P M POPE c NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE A D FLORA t- om lu - Pro Istra Lights and 6o3 ssooo All i thacanKMKt ilao fiifUfe FS 9Jv n SWBWCMrtWK BLM a 7oa caa h c- - r iMMHMiht JNEY sM a Mai pxnswSa LAMBS Baa Auruu Maine POWER k P S HAGAN The FIVE CENT COUNTER ist now a Kauai Rv tAflR ritniN t laxstu rait i - OOSCnMTOG FARMERS faMMaa Mk hv MMks tm eft Nh mi far Ov at of -r- faper by Mai Of MWt ffltaffl st tfjiM HkUtatxra Tare H fee awed at taa fay Ml r -m J m J- COSTFARLEYISK soorteK arv C - 111 k JHHA ftwvvw mjmwww twMjdnaH RF w VBaaa -- aw - - t nx 103 or bw t noc sac da aaaaa at One of the oldest booses Kentucky keeps IROX tra Kc- Sou inf East West ana Jfr fataaaaaa v a Ta FAST LINE BET alaaaHHMpBMiWII Boots and Shoes BW WROLGHT smiths KIMS Lexington black C for WHEELS and other supplies for Seaafcja SOrTH Bi r- wagon maker Best makes of Fine FARMING IMPLEMENTS -- w - U t k- 1 4ffay - iswsri wwa i tt m tw- Taftililia - i laitiian -- V aiflata -- sralaav Soar jsjJ that mTIH jH vSs- - lot of GUNS and AMMLNH Having decided to discontinue the Boot and Shoe Department of my business Headquarters for FIELL LINE of HARDWARE ami best brands of ST A PI SALT LIME and CEMENT Lns ai m if 1 tfc rinnt tsfw a a v4pr ar -- - ifaMfaa4wtJf rtiaR is Atiwni fa tfcc Vsai t tW rt Trr- - hirfc i w tovSvsiSoWoWoWowv wowsrwoa i I the ak at 1 I Milil - i j lliaa alha Henlrlv rrsuiu it t pi 3i K ard isfunhiM to the tmtxe sod ecu - OXE fffaB the EJCJOYJS atI olTigafataken for rtaaw I -- III fW low I Tho firrn ckaaaes ti and Bowels tern efirct aahai au i ferari tad c t- aaaatfaafiaB rap f Rgi sa1 tv vt iriiprri on DM nT v- v I THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR down at PRIME COST fWome your fathers to the boose where A IT HiefcWMWMl 1t Bern LjTtnson and grandfathers bought their goods half a century i - ih man Ber- - a laxaai - 4 the it t tana4fati m mampiua i -- aw ww f h hat am 4i hot I HiallW i cnfcw the taeto aad ceniable to tlie atomach and truly lyneti effects prepared only frota the t of a beautifal bealthy and agreeabie substanc erihnid mmhi mbAhb fakfal manv excellent qualities commend il froai the rfaaMra Tmhtto an liouae to all and have made it the most LaafarflfawJ r irkifan ir remedv kaowB n 50c aiv- ll In an maifau ai I N it kind W A L FAELEY I Successor to John Farley vIVIm i SI bottles br all D HUFF tit ww ilar t hat tmblialtgJ a wh 1 B it a faa may not have it on hand it promptly lor uny one wishes to try it-- Do not accept any CALIFORNIA jrr v vaat ufec mb Tiajct it nui ijsbwV i Tami to LmmIob FIG SYRUP si niKisco wre rinaM fv tor a CO Now is Your Chance to get whatever you want in the Boot and Shoe line for a little money tr JtVV WiTCHMiiKERJEWELER DEALER IX ls rat -- ll tiiifaliijB pwvvti i it- -M arc - m I Kh ile - iifai U- Vat tobacco market in the hand in tl the past yvar n READY -- llltKnilt vjm- - I j itHliiM I I iiaen lamTMUi tboae FOR THE- - tfap and thai thou ill at a Uf swat law wwaU wfliii lwa law ci However lumM the ton Dink p idinc hill nuv o jK about MJ hands hijrh Karris bought 15J a M irlinp ith tn HOLIDAY TRADE Largest Assortments The Best Selections The Newest Styles AND LAST HIT NOT LKAST EVERY PAIR WILL BE SOLD Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special Mv Plated ware etc r i -- - - - vr ffaaanaaaa ix in an- ij lt rirrclatf tlitw rr fa EM1 i n I SI El t - Bask - - aAanaaaasa Tonawm 50 food cotton mules hm mares at 74V jHr lit ail E IJrann of Lexii sbeepat 400 per hun dred and 213 at S440 pat hundred ay John Tewmey W Ln 14 extra 1 AND AT STRICTLY COST attentioD given to SKT7INQ DIAMONDS H AND OTHER PKECI FS H W Lv hanls L Tluv are lr We wish to invite you all to come and make your purch tlie Atlanta uary where you can find the higl n i vl w Kentuck rtaoM U ant nt Warehouse favre I ian- ar aarh completed all the arrangements nt ecssary and will lie reatlv to make their rejiort to mind The fact tha ation at the meeting in Louis- stay rescued is now aaakfaf pfaafamx a the th The members of the who have subscribed for the IVr sTr Wiseman n in the warehouse will not be called until they ship their thev i jn ki Ux the iirxK eeils of the sale I MV Jfa lunsl him Arranpement have been made for all the money needed to carry on the bus anwaaafa laiii - cx ar- t lie revolt imt detaila of awaa e aatioa were anion the Indicroos Remember that COST means what they cost me REP AIRING Promptly done and iu a workmanlike il r HI OaaanU Oflleea l r manner CUlDHtl m - Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver IW Dont to 30- H J STRENG Lowest Prices We offer you the most complete line of the Post office Kichmouil forget the place next door Ky Lnisvilb rv s Mm ig 1 in r - ANNOUNCEMENTS for cibc err court iirty N Short Line to the North and Northwest Time Table in clerk Â¬ rtHM It t th M li WKEIfcX TSADt faag afhsr Gordon and the other dciend ers of tl avo gotxn into riiape a cwBMitd stock ha 8 Williams Chairman of the IVtiinl of Din as in our office on Saturday and annul us that of Hpeedwell t a candiB G IM VKI1 date for Circuit Court tiers of Madison county Mibject to the action of the Dcino 48- -- KILLING 9 a OR a S 9 - aa i laiiiwi iwithwi a prompt I I aJr aI ami tbr woal nifialuUt reqiert hammed - mMHai nation to iMmujiltti all neut inns ens wed Fugland t - nliiM km anl MwJt i liav rnuinati the march scran ic it a in tvtoa aotkx 1 Ilundrv rking satisfactorily Gen Williams lia licart and Bonai of abuse or misrepresentation will torn him from He has r- put his shoulder to the wheel and is In nt uiMin showing together with i iork done has been the in the interest of the farmer Jf v in and harmoniously 1 DRESS GOODS AND i z 27 GORIvlLEY HAS THK a z W K- - - 3 General ffierU as- 3a TIME 15 AT HAND 5m in hundr in the par the city and a wonderful sortment of ZZ illmn dollars hen faasartaa s Ir -- land from ai and Fninei ImiuIiI The Iaaeraa n nwaasaa 000 r KX0SO nirland showe1 hi a n goods alone and the Inn upland aKgreaW- ln iron an - fataona o ublii itdoatod and as - lekawses from these on ai coun-Wed- nor juarj- - DftVTenry to le Lamed rnitit a laadfaai ou itrie in the world iieriea aaaaaw m o safaaaav A OR aUfai AftTlKE Maaoscfan- - aking on the ator Hoar may The rush of the efe unp men of Maasachusett- - into the L a ho man- - V an l wl i ri aril a r faw an in Crapo would But after all he year leation of candidates is of rtly and in a enseal fori the figures of a later period though we an tgainst as markable ltepreeentative Farquhar of NYu York has bSSW heard from and there is ao taw to foist politics into the issues govciniiiL trade rela Touchinj the potato rot and famine in nuientary ujon situation that are now in jort 100 tons of Irish potatoes shipped from the Seasa Isle for a market in Baltimore brought here from the port of Belfast on the steamship Iord and originally ridnpssl from Tip perary aaaaftr Ireland The amount approaches 3600 bos our weight per bus iw the retoiuMnse of natures Irov ideace these Irish potat es are of bettor quality than American and after saying Scents per bus duty will pay the ship per a profit it is thought Now whether it is plenty or poverty the situation shows the advantage of cheap ocean freights and whether the government should sub sidise a mercantile marine becomes a t stion in trade and eom- merce which should be at once decided r American Congress It is well enough to build up our exchange of ma terial productions andsta storing transfer between friendly nations but we cannot afford to do less than our most ae- mpetitor let our mercantiii rfaaaaawwaea ntwnarsanienBnfaesnt ill as tions and our al - thatJVr pensions Bali Â¬ Â¬ W ouunerce present ity into a defen- Tllfc F0KCE BILL - IHarpera Weekly iover ict j aad lapaaaaaad them Kracket went lown in im to the action of Congress in in- - But the real opposition to such a law lies in the fact that it disregards tlie situation is essentially partisan and that mast necessarily fail of its object The f proposing the law are not probably avowed and the alleged s may lie wisely distrusted an would sav that ai large nu of men n s Â¬ the like Alter it was found that Kmin demoralized by his long among sa a indifferaaf to the charms of civilized Europe and a his own testiinonv v hy the masterful Stanley from Albert t his Nyanza to tfa will His rescue from tiie Mahdistson the one hand and from his cut throat ians on the other excited in his breast no sentiment of gratitude to Stanley nr to the relief committee that had done so much to effect it He res in fact his withdrawal from the sensual delights of his old life at Wadelai and meditated his return at the first opportunity Accordingly soon after turn to the coast he took service with the German East Africa Company much to the disappointment who were preparing him a triumphal pr throughout Europe The mission entrusted to him by his employers was to lead a force of soldiers and jMirters over the familiar route to Victoria Nyanza On the way he a ahlish military and trading stations for the prot and development of commerce in the Emperor Williams new terril the very best luck attended his execution of this task His progress was sluw Diseases and conflicts with the native wasted bis force and valuable opportu- Â¬ nities were lost When he reached the Victoria Nyanza lie declined to with Mr Stokes an agent of the ler nian Company and in other respects dis obeyed Baron Wisemanns instructions The Baron has found it necessary it is stated to order his return to the coast But that he w ill return is considered improbable On the eontrarv he is credited with having started for Wadelai with the force at his command regardless of tlie duty be owes to the imperial government To reach Wadelai he would of course have to traverse the territories of the British East Africa Company which would regard him as a meddle some faserioper That raaapaaya agents would probably feel it to be their duty to turn him back or arrest him as a stirrer up of strife In that event his next re-Â¬ turn to the coast would le unmistakably compulsory and his reception at Baga moyo might be the reverse of agreeable In ai the d Had Emin been killed bythfalk a porch at hie tame would have been con snfe As it is it is in tatters The great Â¬ est luck a hero can be- it seero6 is to die ircumstauce have betray- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mpanr with a capital being formed at Bristol Va to manufacture a new cembinatioii plow the invention of a Bristol man A joint 000 - XIFINEST LINE 0Ft S YOU CAN BUY YOt R BOOTS and SHOES I -X O i I JJ BROOKS 3 e a 2 M Alter Forwood Cos custom Deafness Can t Be Cured made which rank with the best by local applications at they cannot for less reach thedUeaed portion of the ear There goods in this country is only one way to cure deafness and that than 150 on the pair from reguis by constitutional remedies Deaf lar prices and a splendid line of caused by inflamed condition of the mucous Mens Boys and Childrens lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed luu have rumbling sounds or imperfect hearing and when it i entirely closed Deafness i the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed for- Â¬ ever nine cases cut often are caused by catarrh which ii nothing but an inflamed condition o the mucous mrfaa We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that we cannot cure by taking Halls CaSend for circulars free tarrh Cure CO Toledo O FJCHENEY Sold by all Druggists 30 33 Â¬ Saddlery AND Butcher Knives f sr W r 1 BROOKS CHENAULT i ts - Meat Cutters Lard Kettles Lard Cans FROM o a C vJ Rea Estate BroKers Richmond In rs w 1 5 Si 2- - 3 LrtN erty Clothing ail Overcoats r c -5 Irollm Horse Outfits -jr i a Cinimisfn 5 office Broiik rVafwrty lis of - kl i ami prompt ai atirOrlice in J tin Brancli otl DniK Store I All bought at the lowest cash prices and can be sold in competition with any retail house in the RICHMOND city A line of beautiful and stylish a D SS -- - 3 5 ao 9 s r t J Civil likfM A 6 V WILLIAMSON BKOIBBI HAS EVER HAD -r n -- j Engineer and Surveyor made 1 CLOAKS FLUSH AND CLOTH the best and lowest prices anywhere FWe are always ready to show our goods so come and look before you purchase IN P M POPE Co Cheaper than vou can find them esewhere These goods were bought before the McKinley Bill Surveys off V Railna - RmtltU n W C Gormley MADISON Monumental Works RICHMOND KY Farm avalaait GENERAL LAND SIK Liues retiaot l to lopograpliiinl farms and oil Miiioileil with pal in su mils iu mountain ties h LIVE STOCK MASZET EEPOET By UltKESE 4 EMBItY Ll e stock CoramlMKiiin Merchants at Clncln nail Unlou Stix k Yitrds and Covlnglou got in its work iaOtrlce - Citv 11 Slock Yards PowersHagan I HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF SHIPPING CATTLE Cincinnati OmoJan Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 5 1S91 4 6o 4 2 75 3 75 2 1 REMOVAL I ja 33 4 75 4 50 3 50 3 00 2 25 Ramsey S Fife PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street 0pp 0 ft 0 Depot LEXINCTON KY DRUGGISTS COOK AND HEATING vBiii I HAVE MOVED BUTCHER Good to Extra Fair to Good 753 CATTEE 4 oo2 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 50 Blacksmith Shop to mv new biiding nr where I Corner Main and First Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY best of work more hae every i Extra Fat Steer Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin J oo oo 25 4 3 3 3 2 25 90 5 25 7s STOVES -- fore Will be pleased to e JP tron 1 si 5009 2 00 1 25 oo 2sj 3 25 - New Building and Furniture Well LlSSTSS and Ventilatbd PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded day and nijrht by an experienced physician and pharmacist Â¬ JUST COME IN Every--Charact- er BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison C B t 2 75 2 - 3 00 35 2 15 1 Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED 2 49- - and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the 2 251 2 ou 1 i0 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 x 2 1 60 RATES and S250 per Day BOUGHT THEM 10 SELL mt nd a large number of Testaments Thev oV 1Q5SA L MOIIEI T ire reque- Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers ion and Thin Stockers Best Grades Fair to Good Common eal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 2a zt 50 508 j 3 60 co 2 50 2 Important Notice tidtthc Medicines Chemicals TOILST ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c OR MOST ELABORATE STATUARY COWS AND CALVES The Eureka facraaaai HOGS X Dftist ilue McKaa ATbaysor fur tlie m rviivx f mhMhiiin serving ui ues nl 1890 miwt be 40 oo45 00 iu 1887 1888 1S9 All mares 2 ooliijt 00 ptnl to Owen KoKee Tray nor 10 001115 00 farmed in 1889 hy McKee o ooy 0 25 tmving colis living tit weaning lime Owen MctCer 5 5 SO will lie paid for by owner of tlie colu April 14 1S9U 3 4 44- OWEN McKKE 00 CALL AND SEE ME L CRCTCJIER P Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on applies 49- - Imported Native Marble Call and GRANITE always on hand and see me FOR RENT The Store Mouse i w P M POPE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE PS is A D FLORA i- - Pro mis- - aowaa men into the and moral irrespot be arrested if treated sed of fitandar i with s npany is who are a Select Butchers Fair to Good Packets Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs SPRING LAMBS Extra- - S3B00 3 35 2 251 rn ij - i I NiToliMiiaiktTMiL UmS arVaRk Who TttrhtMr Mr- - w reg KC OLID UUS lul trt Bus wan ears thataiaaaat r ifurii fch district ot JdWlO MM t JOOU a Twrt ularlUfcB A lirf 4J t Utc1 will alaofamUb m bV w amy qilfcly hmr to m a rv i i fnm SS m Aujcut Mala POWERS HAGAN The FIVE CENT COUNTER in full blast now v aWaw tk wA Mar t MMManM Mln a1 EJkv W nn wuriw atsur Mart too iojoSIoo sikoaT mrr BBBBBBBLAS oioiTtiu iu no mwm mag OPOMOJW M MONEY -rrSna 9To mm w rV in iioui woj OOTIOI I oiloi I k o o -l-- rt too tolOW 5oj rfck To -- iv - KlhKno BA W oaB IknWk AMftSWS THE CLIMAX Veasssdty The St rond Kntertainmcnt m Change of Kim t January 7 1881 Adams at Paint kmore at inlin as nil with initial n vvard Leave at xodia of Brooks partnership in that name on Mam and iaipert A allacc w ill continue business in the same stand while Mr K C Boggs will from hi He shortly open up a line of loots will apiiear at the court house Januarv clothing gents furnishing goods and such 24th other articles as belong to this line in the store room for so many years occupied b A bond Work Prapressiig W B Benny also on Main str Bennett of this eity who How to Borrow Money nt of the Ladies Missionary v of the M K Chorea Booth to A prominent townsman who once lish training school lived in the northern part of the county at Kansas City Mo has just returned tells us that in the long ago he wanted rr the to liorrow a hundred dollars and went past six weeks in the interest of her mis to the late Wesley Fairish a solid old sion iMity five thousand doi- - farmer near Red House for the accom- Â¬ modation After talking a few minutes aYed Uncle Wesley have you Coyalj AUareci a ttflec Krnoved any money to loan No Jerry I haint i5 rnev the plain reply That changed the to the exrellent subject and after an hour or aoa pleas in street ant conversation of a general natur over the hardware store of W C Fitzpat wou will Kc dramatic r by Mr Frederick D mes with tin a Â¬ lat - at elsewhere t week and r Mr rick Co nni to Becood National Batik Parish accompanied him to the He is fitting up in style with every thing and asked how much mooey do you ary and ran always lie found in his want Cnly a hundred dollars and when not professionally enj n rariarrs Alliance Merlins of in 18OT The county meeting indotrs Allia nvence ones ity 8th and loth Ulld the Far Saturday Allele lent Hiram Jett will pn Mr J with I CWaL and gents night K olds will apeak to the alliance Hill n vell Thursday All iuvitc d p Output is under arrest for steal horse from eus Karnes some Mr liar lb burning k Noland in front of Hotel ilvndon and got his at l uxtovui but Noland escaped died of his He WM however apprehended on Saturday His brother Dick Noland in company it out this with him and was feed lie popo ad sent to jail for ten days They g i famous - - The Stable Street of the Tow a Irvine street decidedly the street for stahles The livery W tablea of Adams Cobb Brothers 1nrrisn iV Cunningham and i been Li H Myers front on thi street and the Kentucky towns r ar xjirees it of the Devore Transfer ad I the Collina Furui K id i located on it and other private stal Kiagaton they Mtiiidist Parsonage rious tire y I then the borrower proceeded to say that he had bought sonic corn to feed cattle and lacked a little of paying for it Also that Mr had signed the note Welt I reckon I can let you have that little continued Mr Parrieh As the wer was about to go the ok gentleman said Jerry I want to give 1 am yi u a little advice an old man and have learned a great deal by experience When you want to borrow money dont go to a man and ask him if he has money to lend Tell him how much you want what you want it for and who is on your note and frequently you will find money where you wouldnt by simply asking it the man had money to lend The borrower thanked him for the information hut being a young man could not it ire force of all advice and asked the why wherefores Well continued tiie kind old man you see a man may not know your financial condition and do know what security you may oiler or whether any at all raid to my he has the money for fear your note may not be satisfactory Our inform Â¬ ant says that he has never forgotten the advice and baa often profited by it He no doubt likes to have borrowers come to him the same way since he has to handle a gixnl deal of filthy lucre r peculiar silvery sensation experii by a fellow when he throws himself royal liair mattress after a day of irksome toil But this is only a part of the fun All well regulated people enjoy walking around the vehicle while it stands on the crossing not so much going around the vehicle have as for walking in the mud What can lw more edifying exhilarating and ennobling than to step off a dry iig into three inches of mud and wade around a carriage to the other side It does a man more real good than a woman fot then the man has a chance home with his muddy feet and get into a row with his wife thereby breaking the monotony of home life Not even here doth the chapter end Ave in truth an equally vast amount of pleasure is imparted to the man who meets two ladies walking side by side on a double crossing and has to atop off in the mud to allow their to pass Ladies would certainly be more particular CUpy both sides of a double crossing if would only think of how much line felicity it thrusts upon a man to Hp both his well al ts into the while the ladies pass in safety free from mud over the two parallel The Thin Column will fed that it has not existed in vain should it sue in bringing only a small numb vehicles and ladies to a profound realisa-Â¬ tion of their relations to the ever ji but little understood crossing Â¬ sick for a few lavs but is better at pree Miss Minnie Jones of IteKi ling Xmas with her sister Mrs R i Kngle Mr C Ogg photographer and aitist has arrived with his ear and is doing some fine work Misses Alice Nannie and Mattie Williams of Ited House are spending Xmas in this pi The fruit trees are badly damaged by and snow At least 40 per cent of them are totally ilestroyed Mrs Berry Powell gave an eb dinner on Xmas day It waa largely at tended and everybody fared aumpt Â¬ A Pleasing Seas Of health and strength renewed and of ease and com art follows the ute of Syrup of Figs as it KCts in harmony with nature to effectually deans the system when cos- Â¬ tive or billious For sale in 50c and 100 bottles by all leading druggists Â¬ GREAT V PROPOSITIONJ WE KEEP OF DM TO HARDWARE JFoir REL1G101 The Union services are being will at tended this week and so far have been very interesting Lev W I Welhurn of Irvine Spent Monday and Tuesday in the city the of Joseph McSwain of East end The Christian church this place has called Rev C Williamson or the pres Â¬ ent year and he has accepted The church could not possibly have done better Lev John G Bruce of the Northern Methodist church died near Danville in his 81st year He was one of the 18 Ken tucky preachers who withdrew from the Southern Methodist church at the close of the war and united with the ministry of the Northern church Rev Brest on Blake was ill on Sunday and his pulpit was tilled in the morning by Lev L ti Barbour and in the even ing by Rev J I Wills A protracted mcet ill begin on Sunday evening next The pastor will he assisted by the Lev lrestridge of Winchester A church waa dedicated at Pittsburgh last week that baa no congregation no con istory no deacons no elders no members no pastor no stewards no trus tees no vestry and is named St Mark Memorial Reformed church The iiikXI and was erected in memory of Christian II Wolf by his brother and it is designed to let any worshippers use it who may de sire A Columbia Tenn pape r refers to the fact that Oder II W Mahoney has been pastor of tin- Calvary church in the Association in Booth Carolina for m and that in 100 years the church has had hut two pastors The old gentle Â¬ man is the fathe r of Lev It B Malio- paator of the Baptist church of Columbia Tenn who is rapidly building uj the church The same paper says Our Mr Mahoney will celebrate h anniversary 00 Sunday next and the year has been an exceedingly prosperous very valuable members have added and the church debt of 2000 lues been reduced to about 600 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ San-tee- There are a number of men living in lND- this country who assistexl in the construction of he first railroad ever built This line was in the State o Kentucky The rails from Lexington to Frankfort IN CONNECTION WITH THE- which were nothing hut flat bars of iron a wagon tire were laid down on like wooden stringers supported ly atone The first cars were handled by time before a k comotive of a primithe type was put on the line Our Good are of excellent quality and ly- which made from six to ten miles per our PRICES REASONABLE T J McKenney with a competent hour Aft YiTiujn Signal corps of teach era will bagin teaching at the College building second Monday in HADAM SCOTT tells the January Eejairiaimysteries oi the past present The Xmas tree at the M K Church Consult Madam anta Clans and and future wife and on Jonathan acted many Scott at Homer Baxters Main A SPECIALTY OF- deb tilled the louse with street corner Collins Com mirth and laughter Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ James Hay Dunedin New Zealand The Young Mens Debating Society He has been a guest of J J Shepherd ing Stoves le of comic laws to try any of a large number of curiosities to THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPEDIA - COMPLETE - UP - TO - DATE the members for any offense Charley brought Irrhu Xntjlr Mr S from his son Brock was the first to be brought up to The offense was flirting with the girls W P Baxter painter and paper hangCLAUDE CO Three young ladies testified against him er does the best work See him and get It is a Dictionary of Alia Sciences ami Literature to which i which made it the most laughable thing a good job 29- i added descriptions of American Cities with a History their we ever heard Charley Tribble acted A syndicate of Hebrew moneyeel men Origin and Growth with Accurate Information of their Situation as Commonwealths Attorney at Norfolk has secureei a tract of L K The Prohibition medal contest Xmas acres on Tanners creek near that city Population Resources Etc night was the grandest speaking ever J WOOO was the purchase price witneaeed here The speakers names 4000 Special Biographical Sketches of Noted Personages Liv- Â¬ MUs tijLry P Huls receives pupils for Tiliie Shearer C Brock are aa follows ing and Dead Brought Down to Date Miss BESSIE BARBOUB will Prof Fred tjnnstead Janies Wilson guitar banjo violin and piano at her home Klijah Walden Charley Wallen Claude No 301 North 3rd street corner Moberley take a -Terms reasonable T Shearer carried avenue Lewis P irinstead 93 A LITERARY TREASURE BEYOND PRICK Qn off the first prize a handsome silver Class of Western Itailroad is The Norfolk medal Fred Grinstead tie Becood pre paring to develop the canal coal For instruction it tin prise a beautiful book Mr Shearer fields of Went Yirginia Surveys have French and German stepped on the platform amid many bean completed and rights of way pur other particulars will L cheera stixid as erect and iK rfd chased to extend the line over IoO miles known i or by circular statute never made a single blonder In throuph a section rich in the finest Printed on Extra Fine Iapor in Good Clour New Type M the entire speech graele of eannel coal --- lic Courier -- Jjournal AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPiEDIA Sale BRITANNICA -- FOR 8 CTS A DAY 250 a Month for One Tear SMITH School for Girls Twenty Ten Large Handsome Volumes Expressly lor this Work Miss CARRIE BARBOUR returned from Lmi- 11 BPEKDWKIX kindergartea Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils in Kindergarten basement of Christian Church on and after Mondar January 5th lScjo She has just compleed a special course in a Cincinnati training school 2S- - Chirk says many prairie chickens and other fowl bit the dust when his breech be a loader spoke Clark NINETY SIX COLORED MAPS Showing Every Country in the World with a Separate Map for every State in the Union Corrected and Revised up to Date The Work is Full having cinnali will t M l 1 hustler Kid M Elliott has been unaniinouslv called to preach for the Christian church here every Lords day and night for tins hi foorth year here in Â¬ take pupils in strumental the 2 in in in the PERSONAL Mrs S B White - 1 Tli n of this Danville city we are glad to learn have aecured Mr and Mrs S Deathcrage celebratN the Richmond a lot in the heautiful Powell Addition ed their silver wedding bust night luxon to llii liinoii on which they prep i Miss Lizzie Wilmore of Madison is UJ erect a j for the use of their r in the early sprinj They are visiting Mrs Edna Wilmore AvAofa t de Nit now raising funds lor this purpose end vHU J mocrai - laki n oil by tlie wind negation will be Mr F 1 Wills and wife of WinchesIt had been on teu- - we BT liberal in their contributions to this cu- ter are visiting his brother Lev J I liar te pr that the people of Wills this place girls Richmond as is their custom will help Dr Tom Willis of Shelby county tli advertit them in this good work Ixt the im spent the holidays with his father Iwiix n Female Institute provements go on Squire Wm Willis this place nsity ainl b Mr Drake a prominent young real A Handsome bill Lev W Y Sheppard was lure Tues estate dealer of Lexington was here of Winchester who yesterday in the interest of his firm n that was pre urch this day Miss Jennie Broad his has returned to bv the Richmond Episcopalians 1r if Hardin iiu here He wrote t Mis her BMBCk lian Lou Murray and Mr J stone Walker for county after spending the holidays at tiibution for the organ aud they re home anchi of itli an amount mure than suffi- Â¬ ad wife have returnlr in law of Mr Joe cient to buy the organ and place it in the ed Mississippi The Doctor brought two month- - in this rah ip here The gift is highly abiut 75 buck taken in a day or much Bought after the hooting and the donors are deserving of the hearty thanks that the little C Mr ireen C IgO who was d iug eity for which ly wounded in - returned from here feels for 1 months MATRIMONIAL attend the are hope they will receive a hundred fold spent the holidays at his old home at here and hereafter Mr Sheppard Clays Ferry He is fat and line and enn it Inn tin i Miss Tiiu ie Boone riaogfater of Capt 4 thn and a will preach at Odd fellows hall at 3 r m joying good health Bam M Boone of Somerset and Mr h id the handsome pn Miss Mattie Denny and Jan L Don Gregory of Louisville will le married will assist in the musical sen can are to he married at the Presbyte- to day rian church in Lancaster next Wednes Mr Niiiiiiel Noland and Miss OIHe day morning January 7th at 1OJ0 aaara Repafi on the Gentry elauliter of Win Gentry were r Kiniit married on Thomday January 1st completed his work and the hooks are Dr John D Gilbert and family of Rev J Wills officiating now in the hands of the rl of Clark cou this B that Supervisors Messrs T P Iu week While lure the HOUSE NOTES K who barlea r not only renewed his Subscription 1 r re- - to Tin Stapji W M Adams a dosen of the The historic- Kentucky Derby run and This h which he annually generally von by crack supplies hin will soon lie President Clark in re last year Mr D A Culver o at in 1863 the Derby dlftanrti will nty Ma i w hat making a tol citing his brothers at Colyer this le a mile ami a quarter which of coursea ill this time county I on lr ine He s Kit Harris is nut a Derby distance The Clark stakes t by their It will li inert ig it stand will be reduced from a mile and a quarter and Theodore lisle formerly ton m mb year These Ugnn borough are doing well in the mule ti a mile ami an eighth while three-yeaunty as the trade having handled about three hun- Â¬ old fillies will have to go a mile ami one iow thepropert its di- - dred the- past year sixteenth instead of a mile and a half in the firm of to the Auditor The total amount r Chi niiig was a mixture of the Kentucky Oaks of the county will bt snow sleet and rain and altogether a At the horse Bale OO Long Island reOur list nl heavy tax payers amounts W B Benny will lisagreeable one on which account cently racers and yearlinga of the late fur want Ul ojien a of grain numbi however but few failed to respond in AogOSt Belmont extravagant prices were to next week person to the invitation of Mho Mamie realized Three hundred people we re it and Col S Brace was Coney to meet Misses liagan Crutcher in the hands of the Sheriff unty and Taylor The couples were received The lirst oiler WM luiceland Madison Club after a checkered career at the door bv Miss Carrie Correy - in the clutches the famous bay gelding and winner of topic He of ha of the hostess and after casting aside lie started at suburban foi ciition wraps marched into the drawing room and easily went to c7000 at which flgore Hi a la ooi m beorgntby Michael Dwyer Irime The Club lias taken no action where Miss Coney and her visitors were lhil Dwyer at ma be done standing a formal introduction and en Â¬ Loyal went at and t f Maine It is probable however that the furniture tertaining began The as atFred Eachner bought Magnet for is and water and other property will lie Bold There tired in a handsome coBtome of yellow The bidding contest of the day was over rili- that there is no silk with black net ove i son of St Llai e orna Potomac the are a few other debts but the dm t the ments of diamonds MiaeHagaa wort a He waa started at SviOO aud went up lent to ay all inth Bed w it U the white china silk Grecian costume with teadfly at o0 a bid to S OIXX when the and draw on When the Club was organized it was a deini train diamonds Miss Crutcher bids were increased to S1000 and he looked lovely in white silk lace dia finally went to Mike Dwyer for i necessity There were no hotel Taylor wm beautiful in a Masher went to Fred tchner for roXXt and the young monds Mi with ice m embroidered robe of eashmere Hoogh Brothers secured the filly LoTosca by Mr John Bright ami forced into preparing a place St Florian brought Soi0 - rt i the ice Lut members have removed Supper was served in the dining hall at ped only i ounce died married etc until the member 11 oclock The following young ladies and Kin Cadmoa 1000 and Victoi CM The 27 horses brought 114000 Several good were present in handsome evening t the ship lrguente Walker hula tt House the Fannie West Maryah Cook CORRESPONDENCE uive drawn Batson pped like Glyndoa and other the incmliers from the Club and allowed lattie Ileazlev Sue Herring A hie Marks bury Nell Marrs On Wilmore Nicho PERKINS it to go down be will lie lasville Jane Walker Lettie Brown nl regular Xmas weather iiiethias for jeolorisK the public if Juliette iiI Maude Robinson Ada of Misses Emma anel Vena lioen en him and Mrs A T Million County Sujierin Farra Olhe Marrs Lancaater Alma visited their cousins M hi Jl nt of Publ liagan Mary Walker Minnie Crutcher of this e and Ada McWilliams e to TlIK CllM Richo rrie Taylor Cincinnati place last week which is a most perfect tiu gentlemen were on the oty Wednesday night was a had one j lie color is Farra impression ot Loojaville Herring Carrey which ai for Santa Clans but he managed to put would be dark with sand J Y and J F Bobinaon the lack whetrook and i Tvis J L ami K M West Denny in his apiH araiice andtoys children were and candies delighted with the J The nxk is evidently from the cirbou- A K ami - wen made C Frank iihlxs the morning iferous strata and coal may be Denny Danville Hood Taylor CincinÂ¬ I A note from Mrs Robbeta have been committing dep- nati Harris John and Wooda Walker iiat Judge- Chenault ap where it v send you a rock on Anelernon ami Hughes Million says just ovir the river iu Fayette af men to patn itnber a petrified fern The tern whici county the were liild enough to go old keep a lookout forth y beautiful and is perfect in every e day last THIN COLUMN Dtan Levi Taylor- nl tin - rock while vis- respcwhile he was out and take his U in the rash ii ii wat h and We parpoae giving vim a few - thai itHjut s in cr Mr June Biggeretaff gave the f auu iiai jhvi i a iKtritie l gciHTil hut street crossings in particular party oi tl aoo be Tuesday a snan tei ew cplc have the aiuti limb of a tt All forms of dan parttcipaied in ioulil t a street crossing The y daughter Miss Halli I she will m mink it is a pleasant ami convenient lighttully eutcrtaineel all who till len - ere reel without ent ad which walking in the mini Ii doable the aai srs W C Leech and W t Aaalbrr Liver Stable- Mr J M Broadi I II Mvm the well known tmetiii ought to keep to the right avoiding coi Kdenton S torekc late I ns and that wm onhuileiw has secured the of this place hist week and the follow walking side by Jr trio on last Monday bagged Tti birds that another nr- ed bat Mr Bn her crossing unnc is a cl her last this inorn How leas are erroneous acme iSaturday and rj and feed stable sjK nd pleasantly her of the faithful a id as to entertain rses mules make a family of Christian church ai ia aeleling eben- Near the mom children ai morn her loss I from Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ has returned from II Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 - i three-year-ol- 11 - r- 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ In the extreme southwest corner of Louisiana lies the largest producing farm that capacity in the world measuring 100 miles north Nearly 14000 Columns of Reading Matter and over 10000000 Words Mr C II Rice went on a visiting and and south ar d 25 miles east and west It hunting exconobo to hie brother Sama la owned ant operated by a syndicate of in Carroll county Mil about the first of Notheru capitalists The 1500000 acres December but returned in time to rcpre--iin- t of the tract ware purchased in 1SSJ from Nicholas at the Christinas tree the State of Louisiana and from the at Hisles Chapel United States government THE COL RIFUJOIUNAL offers Mr David Black having sold his farm Birnam 5 HlHi are agents for first UUn IPROPOSITION years subscription of the paper in this vicinity is removing to Foxtown class insurance companies Try them daily delivered at vottr address and a complete set of the AMERSpeedwells loa is Foxtowna Bain The 333- ICANIZED ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA in Cloth Bindii familv have many friends here who re Donelson has a quantity ot new Sul3000 payable in monthly installments of 250 each The com1 be- Â¬ gret to see them go A Mr Allen kies Surries and Buggies of the newest plete set of Encycloptpdia delivered on payment of 500 balance lieve has purchased Mr Blacks farm and most popular patterns and at very payable 2 50 a month Our merchants will run during the reasonable figures Encyclodaxlia in tine Library or Sheep Binding and The Daily present year without change in the vo Conner Journal one year 3600 payable 600 down and 300 a Lichmond Court Day January 5th lious firms Mr Flemmon Garrett is Auctioneer Z K Bush reports 100 com Â¬ month for ten months now with Mr W D Logadon at Centre Encyclopaedia in Half Morocco Binding and The Daily Courier Mr Garrett is but re-Â¬ mon cattle en the market 75 of which ville as saleman 2 a month for Thirty broke mulcts Journal one year 3900 payable 6 50 down and cently from Illinois where he learned sold at 2 to 3 to 140 Ko trade for plug ten months He knows how to sold at Sample Sets of the Encyclo wait upon the public He is a BOO of horses A few yoke of cattle sold at 50 aTFive per cent off for Cash a yoke Large crowd in towa A paedia can be examined at Jefferson Garrett deed formerlv of this beautiful day and tolerably good feeling count v Christmas passed and the new year I have moved my Blacksmith and ime and not an incident or accident Wood Shop to my two story building on has occurred to cause a feeling of pain or Third Street and am prepared to do a blush of shame t any one in this vicin- Â¬ blacksmithi ig and wood work in a true DRUG STORE SOLE AGENTS FOR MADI3 N COUNTY 1 ity so far aa this deponent has heard workmanlike manner employ eight On the contrary tin- - Delia and beaux and skilled workmen Bring your work to ohers have met ami spent evenings in a me and I will guarantee satisfaction sucial way ion to be pleasantly rememS L MIDKIFF u bered at C S Tiptons Mr Tevis Lay Cattle shipments this week for foreign burns Mr Lewia Johnsons and perhaps Boggs is this The firm of Wallace ports will aggregate 1413 head as folat oth day dissolved by mutual consent E C 17 lows Maine 480 head Oranmore Mr McCarthy contractor of the iirni Boggs retiring All Liabilities are assum iinnahan A McCarthy finiabed his head to London Slavonia lit head for ed by C C Wallace also all accounts Lepanso -- W head for Ant- must be paid to him section of the railroad and has gone to Deptford WALLACE CC BOGGS superintend iron mines in Virginia at a werpEC oh1 Salary which he richly deserves r Ior Over Fifty V 33 Mrs Whsl ivs Suotiiimi Sthcp has lic en used for Dec 24 1890 for he has shown himself to be a thor nttjr years by mlllr ns of nntfaert for their hliiK with perfect auccem It man and by his just deal- Â¬ lilUiys ill s tll MnMMttM kumsremeily for LHar- IICEiivdlOiTID t ing with and his gentlemanly bearing nwiia It Till relieve tne utile sunerer mi ry part of i he toward the citizens along the line of his - Be sure and isfe for Mrs - aai LUMBER W luslows trtjoihliu Syrup aul take 110 other kind work here he carries with him tin will of all The killing of Frank Durham by the X 24 EARBSS Fropr train near Sinks last week is being inFoul play is susi vestigated DOVIECVIIIK All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the We arc having some terribly large Friends of the dead man claim to hav Liberal patronage lowest market price damaging evidence which will go to of the public respectfully requested The What a dry Xmas and plenty of rain show that the unfortunate man was yards are located on Or hard street be- Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad murdered and was placed on the track and snow all the time too 30- mi m Mrs Bettie llisle is cm the sick list now Mrs Mary J Beeves is very low If yon want to buy a Sulky Surrey Cnreec IndammattoD of Kldueyn Liver and Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for Radder Hruk dust depewlu and iilabetefi In- aud not expected to live long or me criuary eergans - canine diseases inuigesiioti sour The robbers have not abandoned us he has the latest best and cheapest lorpiu Laver stomach Drnpslcat Affectlona yet They visited Mrs Nannie Dunbar iyspepsiabicK ueauacne Sheep For Sale srwa mtz last week but were scared away 72 Pills UOO f I have 2 300 sheep tor sale including mail by It is something strange how little the a iz CURES select ewes sleet did damage timber on the creeks 1000a out Kheu- Ik B H II Colyer 10r1 matlsm of the JonU and have nearly ntineil that elsewhere fomitinaa Inflammation Residence for Kent of the Urethra Leui orrhota P The ladies We had company Xmas Diseases oi the Prostate tiland On Main street opposite Second Presannie and Mattie Walden and Loulie Hisle ot Winchester and byterian Church new frame house with Specific for Stone In the Bladder Brtghtfi Misses Kitty Maggie and Lucy Hisle of six rooms cellar cistern yard etc Disease of the Kidneys In its Incipient stages MRS SALLIE OWENS g BO Doses taoo The guests were M Richmond Dr J T LEE 91 Woodburn Av Cincinnati James Cooper and Harvey Powe 11 of W P Baxter does not do your job for Clark and Mr Wesley Cosby near Rich- Â¬ half price but does you a good job for 3 9 mond See him if you are a reasonable price Ikre ui is Euisciel ui Durably Bound rear Church ot the NOTICE 1 The I e with UNPARALLELED OFFER nlirUOi lUlli Court papr be known and will do but County Kv 2 The nature annual fairs at 3 nilD Â¬ The C and may be charter perpetii December amount of indeb sOO 4- - 5- I be cm dent S rectors to nually on I year on the Brooks d Middeltons -- 7 StkhId2 The am in proces lleeting DISSOLUTION Â¬ HATS B O their Ii Tuesday suin 3 January J i 13th 1391 action ot Stockholders Mee The anni of th pr - - Â¬ BOOTS T S AN35 Tuesday January 13th For the ele e 1891 Stockholders Meeting The annual n 1 oftheMADlSi will be held at their Ba Richmond on WK 5- Jf Tuesday January 13th For tl 1891 inrir -- Â¬ LITHOSINH DIED going to have any done 29-- SHOES E S UNDERWEAR HOSIERY H s suing j CD CHENAULT Stockholders Meet The annual n er i of the FARM HANK will in in Richmond on Tuesday January 13th 1891 For the election suing year 2S Â¬ i i - 11 lar - - 1 i - - l I ai Littles Barber Shop Removed son of Rob-Â¬ Robert Jones George T Little has removed his barert J and Tabitha Qnisenberry died in Fayette county of brain fever on Satur- Â¬ ber shop down street to the house formersecday January ird 1SM Interment at ly occupied by Sanders cigar store He family burial ground near Rxmesborough ond door from Herndons corner invites hi old patrons and the public genMonday Customers promptly erally to call Mrs Eliza J Wells died suddenly at waited upon Everything clean and first City Missouri on Sunday night Platte 2 class and the best of work done nber 28th lsHl aged S3 years She was a native of Richmond ind a daughter NEW ADVERTISEMENTS of Samuel Strotber Death came while sitting in a chair reading to herilaughter OF Two years ago she lost a son and every day since had visited hlc grave Her Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office husband is lion W C Wells banker at Richmond Kv week ending Jan 6 Miller Mary Agil Squire and ex representative alsc a nati Brooatoa Mrs Etta Moss John Madison county who removed Wl Burnam Mrs LuandMonroe Mrs Lizzie ago Conway Thos col Murry J A Perkins Mrs Curd J P Through the medium of some widely Culton Chelia lrice Nannie J agricultural papers a straw Dickeason Triad circulated Richardson Mrs M Reeve Mrs Joly vote for President has been taken among Fun John Rogers William Bcnj the farmers On the Democratic side the DuncanGeorge Shearer Mr6 A N Gray lands Cleveland 71 7S7 Hill 17 Green Emeit Smith Ida IS Chairman Hatch of the II Stone J J Goodloe Mav Taylor Willie ring Harrisor Mollie mittce on Agriculture 11 Tenis Mrs May llaner Iener On the Republican side th W Terrell Dr E A Jones Wm stands Blaine 39209 Harrison Warner Willie Jones Mrs Lissie Secretary Busk of the Department of Keller Ed Winpler Benj W A Walker Mattie Marshal Mrs Agriculture Walker Mrs Rybon Mershor Ike Miller Cornelia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 of Directors PARKE- for t THE SECOND TERM present of the session will begin - Stockholders Meeting The annual meeting of the StocV ers of the RICHMOND NATIONAL BANK will be held at their Banking House in Richmor MONDAY JAN 26 1891 But students will be received from this date and charged for the Term only L H BLANTON 3034 CHANCELLOR LIST LETTERS Tuesday January 13th 29 30 FOR SALE My health having failed to an extent I am determined to quit public business I will sell privately my property at Paint Lick Ky consisting of 1891 For the election of suing year J E GREENLEAF Ca T1I0MASB Real AYR1 that 21 Esi2 ii Hciag ipa j h- - ACRES OF GOOD LAND a splendid private 15 acres in bluegrass dwelling and lot containing about 5 acres Also a with all necessary outbuildings good business house with dwelling atacre lot with good tached and about Also my entire stock of outbuildings Buildings Drugs and Familv Groceries Two good all new and in good order A dewells and plenty of stock water sirable place to live and a good point for Will sell to one party or to business different parties Â¬ 1 Â¬ HAVING RETCR I have jQnts Furnishing Goods attention again to the of Real Estate a I will thank v counts age FOR RENT UMBRELLAS A dwelling house with six room ly papered goo The house adio ideneofJ Bennett on Main St Richmord Ky J P HI 1 I mplv Money order and registered letter hours her of the votes on both for a farmer without mentioning any- prompt 7 a m to d p in J B WILLIS pm one The most interesting fact brought out by this collection of Presidential pre Â¬ itteiing Repub- Â¬ ferences ia th Â¬ Iost OlTice hours from f a m to 7p m FANNIE L ADAMS 1891 January 5th MADISON lican all but licKinley with S0fi is having been 111 This the November elections strikingly how dead tl and McKiniey in the p BapabUcan farmers S J FOR RENT The three rooms up stairi over the store Female Institute The second term of the thirty third ses sion of this noted school for young ladies and girls will open on VALISES C cav ana ii iei m Ta tt - m- - ISSil in Si Jh m i IkHia ToM i I u left room now occupied bv W B Benny E C BOGGS ananmr 77V 9fl aw md MMH rm WS i - vrSSSSLSS itow I trr iirt aan Cbm Nim Mk ml was reÂ¬ COLLEGE HILL illiams te is patron The poeiti burglar in a steel trap ng across Miss Nannie X orris has been quite to the vehicles that The iron steam tug Dorothy trying to catch a cently launched at Newport S that pi A full corps of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasonaAll persons having claims against the ble estate ol T B Ballard deceased are hereFor Catalogues or other particulars call by notif ed to present them on or before on or address March st or they will be barred B C HAGERMAN Prin ROY C WHITE Admr o 33 Â¬ MOTICE Monday January 19th Â¬ UUallcUACfc ewi xi r a na Saw - CC 104 WALLACEMDLE MAIN STREET golthoe sue I have ion mole colts for sai at reason able prices 11 H LULTI fcK 17- - RfeifflHS9 PrmtSh owsthYo - PAltAGRAim MA will not le suitable for sugar cane can be utilized for rice The tax levy in South Carolina lias been reduced half a mill by the present Legislature chiefly by the shutting down of work as the Stale House The salaries of various State officials bavej been lopped to a t ent of some 8000 or 10000 a rear The sufferers by this process says the mt nville News are doiug somewhere alKiut a million dollars worth of kicking Retrenchment has reached a litti near home to accommodate Uaalf to their respective systems and syinjitoiiis The figures of the recent election in rnia for Governor show quite toady voting on Isjth sides Harrison rep in 1MB had 134M against 117 Tllt for Cleveland deoiL Two liter or in November last Markhaui for Governor receive rep against 117688 for Pond idenu The linn vote decreased 41 beiow the cntial vote The Democrat was in San Francisco where the candi- oi that larty lot Governor hail but majority where Cleveland beat Har- - I J baujliiii ptvajidenfl f the Ixmi ltiusbia SROUOO ay urnetl at -- inga kwsot Kiang ia stcai oer e Shanghai was tlO anl inai ball was completely TOO LATE TOO LATE1 Bow George Mnrratrojd Disappointed His Better Half iS O tt O E Oh George It was on a Sab Â¬ bath morn and George Murga had just troyd over to turned sleep again after making his sixth resolution to get 3ltt up But the cry SEE OUR LINE OF FALL WINTER BE ON YDUijPS QSOVERCOAT THE BEST IS OUR gnttfi by tin ar Middle km Vi which will eni- - Jinf pnfia was Low between A young man namel Piak Davi wm instantly lulling anxiety and trepida tion that came from the room below banished sleep Instantly It was his wifes voice the dear girl whom he had taken from a parents or rather two parents care orge come quick What could be the matter He re Â¬ membered now with an agoniard gasp as he ripped his night gown up the back and put one leg into the arm of his undershirt that Maud had functional derangement of the heart Still she could not cry out like that if stricken down by George why dont you come Come Â¬ fraught with Come i and Kin i A dispatch from Raleigh states that it Uut he killiil one nerally understood that there will be no separate and distinct action taken murderer by the mends rs of the Farmers Alliance the jail at Win- - in the North Carolina General Aasem- by a nia kol mob any public measure That to say the alliance will press no matter of n tract for the erection of great public imortance as an alliance i rob a strttt car Va has a mens movement which comes in direi flict with any well defined principle of I V the Magnolia the Democratic party The knowing ft Iluilding most positively assert this This capital 5000 Trust Co is a gives assurance of a most harmonious tida Ixian be fosnsded at season on questions of purely public with a capital of 10UW0 policy The moonshiners seem to le getting in a ith a cap- lartered the their work to a very great extent la gia counties Aside from giving Paw Paw Coal Coke Co at Fairmount the revenue men considerable trouble W they are now taking their revenge on of Marlboro informers and others who are opposed to by giving their niethols The man who was re- Â¬ time in two cently found hanging by the neck in the woods of Dawson county issuppo- Was Henry old l at incurred their displeasure as a by a card was found pinned to his breast lling tum- - which bore the inscription Death to Informers In other sections of the in the Cnitel suite indignities have beeu committed and over inhabiting on persons who were witnesses in moon- Â¬ Lb J7 while Ken- shine cases The Presidents Proclamation definite t Kliiemau lv decides that we are tohave a Worlds latter inter Columbian Exposition at Chicago 1k when Ik wok trying to make a tween the first dav of May and the last Thursday in Octobl The Presi dent announces that provision has been ggan in made for adequate grounds and build- or the exposition and that the reirg ounty Va aul commit quired 10000000 has beeu provided to ail were lynched earn- it on All the nations of the earth Antonio are accordingly invested to assist in weeks commemorating Columbuss great feat 844144 ding exhibits illustrative of their reaoeaces their industries and their pro- who killed in civilization What r was pardoned out other than a sentimental reason the naary a few years ago died tions of the world shut out of our market lay night by the existing tariff could have lor send bile acting as 5 ing salable exhibits the President does i K Church at not sugjest Perhaps he has none to death his The friends of the exposition ought nevertl i exhibits ill Ik and to that end try to have the tariff reduced before hern capital from Bariy Christmas morning as L B th City N Harman a brakemam on Capt Cham which BM bers train was running over the icy U shown in cars he slipped and falling to the track as It is iuimedi death The accident ocÂ¬ curred as the train started down the Khanatibk al and as soon as trainmen him they side tracked at Knob ut in liie boatt for Lick and ran the engine back to tind of the sunken bark When they did a horrible ere ree- - him which arrived al uiet their gaze The head was nearly severed from the IkxIv both legs were We lnesday lead and a re-- broken one in three places one arm was broken and a wheel had plowed of the Kentucky Wesleyan nearly through his wait leaving the laai irator whole bloody mass past recognition it at the They loaded it on the platform in front a School of the pilot and brought it here where have penchant it was placed in a casket and shipped to land with a frouta the poor old mother in InHawilll nf lull of Mexico hi whom in life he had been the support and Mr Harman was less than SO years of g it a wiut was fine specimen of phi nty Court convened in extra manhood and much liked by his St I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I In his frantic haste he had on his trousers hind part before and his shirt was a wreck but what of that Like a f ash it came to him the tale of yes- Â¬ terday told by his little wife at which he had scoffed God help him A tale of a dark browed man who came to read the gas meter and who had beÂ¬ haved so strangely that iud sus Â¬ pected him of being a burglars spy The man bad come again even now perhaps lieorge If you dont come itll be too late What were collar buttons now that With one he should search for them bound he overturned the rocking chair and smashed the water pitcher in an- Â¬ other instant he had collided with a half opened closet door at the third step he tripped over his suspenders and came down stairs on his elbows and countenance Courage Maud he cried I am coming He was only a pale book keeper and unarmed save with natures weapons but not for a moment did he falter Youre too late said Maud with a pretty pout as George dashed into the room with fire In his eye that the blood on bis nose could not dim he gasped What where is he looking around with an awful faintness at the heart I wanted you to see the baby said He had she In a disappointed voice his foot in his mouth and youve no Idea how cunning he looked Drakes Magazine City Boy Turkey Stuffing Do you like turkey stuff Â¬ you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Caps WHEN Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To get the best for the least money there is only one place lor vou to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON tt MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot a k for anything in the way of gentlemens o boys wearing apThe fall has been a little backparel but what they have it in stock it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April ward 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 cheapei than our competitors can buy them but we do adver You wjint tise to sell them as low as anyone quality considered well made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a first class call inspect our magnificent itocat learn our prices and we are confident that vou will not go awty without being convinced that we adTalk is cheap but low prices und honest square vertise th truth treatment wins every time Dont forget that W3 have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond Â¬ Bid for Your Trade a I v r J U1 Hul n 17i otwI W unci iJUi i llsf was Uu v im ic wm uiiumig i no Dest muiljl ATTT I tios at lowost figures Our prices mlT startle but they will not vox the can buyer ti QuijTjTTnjTJxriiTjTJTruiAAnjvruTr r 1 i 3 0 o 0 5 t i WHOLE WORLD BEST NANTS THE CLOTHING COVINGTON defor You Buy -- urn WEE MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers Main I Before You Buy L Southside Street near Hotel Glyndon CQYITQNMiraL Pi a H FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat 4 - ijTjinjTJTJTnnnr IP SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and best goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES TX0JC I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes THE Clothing Genes E THE Hats ing CountryJJoy Nawl Nobody eats tur- Â¬ key stuffing Guess you dont know what it is Yes I do Its the half a pound o corn that you stuff into its crop after Its dead to make it weigh heavier Good News An Objeet of Envy Furnishing Goods Etc BtHHEB ASSOBTMEHTOF StiS Isaac Yuiz fader I vish I vhas Stanley O J dllUL QlinDG DUUub nrl OIIUCJO Winter and nothing is more neces So Great in Assortment sary than a good pair of Boots or Shoes I have So Pleasing in Stylo is coming Vhy fader Shoost think of dose advertising he vhas getting py dher newspapers Puck A MATTE1 OF CHOICE Isaac So Honest in Quality So A Bjfe2jfi8k chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders LidLb Hats T JD UI Illblllllg JJTUUUfe -- CHEAP in Pi Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and rivi IS u cuffs in abundance Neckwear HandkerÂ¬ CA1LAND WW ILL GIVE Vnt lii TTrirlnMnrnn U I1UUI WUclI Light siik9 medium heavy plain fancy cotton woolen VORIESSCHOOLFIELDCa 3- Etc Etc W 30- A G POWELL Corner ILffoXSLees - The Only One Price Cash Clothiers DR G W EVANS Lieutenant Meachim who enjoys the reputation of being the plainest man in the army Madam we have arrived just in time Permit me to release you -- I Emigrui dunno Cap I dunno Blamed if I dont think I pre fer Injuns Once a Week Professor Koeh Outdone W EVANS JR DO YOU THAT GW Evans Son KY FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his Now Freeman continues pocket bo k and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a tirst class line of CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Uoutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19- Call at No 2 First Street -- Kim CI IN MI Buy ESTATE HIS ID COMES W G HAVE FITZPATRICK PRECISELY WHAT TOO WANT W REFER TO KITCHEN ription O of to the Kentucky Midland Kail- - January 1st I- barter lias lcen granted to the York Steel Ii i the pur iron ore lauds Yorkshire S C The Maatfaay 0 the max i k lieiai up ike Newport N C it will hv the Ohio Bailraa - a line of ateasMn News and limpual I reached A rt of Weal Vir lentble interest in tin announced oa good authority Burlei h of Maine will II in bis forth- The Death of Senator Zimmerman eaaaae that a The sudden death of Senator John ilar to that of Massachu- - Zimmerman of the combined Ohio District on by the Legkiatare simply yields to the the 80th is almost enough to awaken superstitious ideas in the minds of those will who believe that the falrc rr lunimt j J tKm -VOierC J u v - - ii w ain mzmjim ivw a USD ig tin suny mntn uenerai Assembly Five to a mc at in have already died or the exact number of Its original majority on joint ballot which was two in the Senate and three n by Mr in the House It to his large land pur Killed by an Electric Light Wire chase near Asheville V C Its im- Samuel Kerns a young man was will k- - on a scale of unpar killed in Philadelphia Tuesday morn- Â¬ Its roads lakes ing by the current of an electric light will be open to the pub wire passing through his body He was d restrictions employed in repairing the roof of the The Baldwin Locomotive Works when he thoughtlessly grabbed an electric light i it is stal wire which passed over the building the foui He fell to the roof and died almost in- Â¬ first story of the splendid palace stantly ted on this estate Daring Train Robbers mkfort Itouudabout says Tuesday evening as a passenger Marslud Con McCarty train on the P C C and St L road Versailles was standing at the depot in Columbus Ind three unknown men entered a l WedsMadajr upon passenger coach and held up and robbed Frank Burton of Indianapolis of 1200 raJ passengers were in the coach but could realize what was tJaajBjBjBBjeaei Ford and held under a going on the robbers left the coach and ear for an examining escaped in the darkness tetter has beeaahxl by Mrs Big Haul of Fish r the war- Â¬ John and Wm Cooper of Pleasant rant and the case will create considera County YV Va have made the largest catch of fish of the season A day or mies to trial two ago they caught and safely lanued ws states that over 3000 fish at one haul near Cooper Mr Hamilton Diaatnn of Phihubhto Hollow on the Ohio river They caught wl bams lei dad batemaai in Florida over 5000 iiJi during has Kellv Broth- - capture consisted of perch salmon and suckers principally is I I 1 7X Â¬ m It Johnny St Gorge aged nine has just been completely cured of a consump Â¬ Bulletin No 1 of the board on peo tion of six jam tarts daily which has already lasted more than a year Har-Â¬ graphic names appointed by President pers Bazar Harrison last Baptaaafaer to determine An Cnkind Remark the official form of geographic names Mrs Phayro has ruled that the proper sielling of except for my I never play the piano friends that part of the Pacific ocean which Mr Mr Pluvyre I should think you would Skene is trying to annex to the United prefer to play for your enemies Mun is Bering sea not Behring Bebr seys Weekly nigfi nor Kamchatka sea The h is inA Caeful Mao troduced it is stated by the Germans to Editor great daily I want a good preserve in sound the e had in the name strong editorial on the tarifl for of Captain Ivan Ivajiovich Bering the I think you can write it New Man promptly Daaaafa explorer who was sent by Peter Yes sir ich side Life the Great to find out whether Asia was OBrien Can Have the Leadership united with America by land The exIt is plorer was the son of Jonas Svendsen tween reported that at a conference c- OBrien and Parneil Parncll His mother was descended from the made the offer to retire till the next Bering family His baptismal name was general election for Parliament if Vitus Jonassen Bering but he gave it a OBrien would take the leadership and m form when he entered Peters use it under Parnells advice Parneil service One of the beat reasons for also informed OBrien that if he would do this the sentence of Imprisonment sjielling the name without the h h against him OBrien would be an- Ivan lvanovicb did it himself The nuled board would have as spell Congo Kwjo and Punta Ann that may not so readily find acceptance TOAD MARK Â¬ Â¬ 1 RICHMOND sell and exchange Ileal Estate and pve attention to the Ileal Estate amj general collection business in all of its deiails List your property at once lor February catalouge THE UNSURPASSED tW UHAOQUAIKTED WITH THE GEOGEAFHT OF THE COUIf THT WILL OBTAljJ MUCH VALUABLE OTTORMATIOif TEOM A STCDY OF THIS MAP OF tWHii UI 6 ANTEE CHICKEN w- Donelaa PATTTTfW warranted aad Bha vAU 1 lull and price stamped etrry are air on bottom has bis naiiir Cholera Cure BT -- at aaafl iaaa aafl b Lexington Belle Ro it ERADICATES BLOOD POt-S04ABLOODTA1NT r3VERAL bottles of Pwifts Specific t m mm type goftkaytry WWBBasnport wwrnrajsaaan SSS La W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Flue Thousands Clf LJ CURES ir tJKHfer5H8 i iSiyf S VtLJLL RAfLWaY its worst forms SCROFULA EVEN THE CHICAGO RCSK ISLAND - MfeiFG Bad cleansed my e not had any symp- - taking seven W Wilcox Spartanburg- S C nsionjf a3 and Woot -- t tao Includlcgr main lines branches and Missouri River To ejl noints Ea utmai lCanB3 CltV to Rock Islcnri nvnrnnrr Tc Ko Sioux Fui LiA EOUTE to Spirit Lake Pipectone V5 town Minaeapolio St Paul and lnterve short direct route In connection with rota St Louts L- V- i ru Louisville Nashville and Eastern and are pointa couvorgiut Kansas Jity it also constitutes MAS CURED HUNDREDS OF CASES OF SKIN CANCER Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Swjri brsctric Co Atlanta Ga free i HUMPHREYS KTnuwftETiSPWBPKsarttcleutiflcrallyard carefully prepared prtierf tu r It traverses vast areas of the richest f vorld foriningr tha spaodlest most transportation to and roui all cities tow crado and the Indian Territory I Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson I Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita iu and THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MSSOUF RJVEt-tin ntcblnawaV Toe of dollars worth of 4HMBBexcellence and w baMaWfw chickens die every year from Chol- menu off Its tuooflanda of constant SeOO Cienlne land rwed an etogant and era It is more fatal to chickens than vllsh which 9 Ilnd dress ShoeWelt commends Itself Hewed all other diseases combined But the SA OO onequalled for style and i A tine calf shoe a SO Goodyear Welt Is tin discovery of a remedy hal posithth SO a Shoe at a popular price SO SO Policetnana Shoe especially adapted cures it hai been made and to be confor railroad bobbl fannera AU made In Conxreea Putton and Lace vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough fur one hundred chickens It is guar havo been most favorably received since Introduced raoaan any ahoaa anteed If after using two thirds of tom toyour aoalBfsnrmniB aaaae Usui at tbeae ntieea Ask Dealer and if he ea lmrt airpply Ton is not thoroughly a bottle the buyer direct to factory anelnalng auTertlaed prioa order satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken portal forW I blanks UlAf Hrsckisi lOl Cholera leturn it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded and Laced Waterpraaf Grmlm COOK STOVEi FOR YOLK HALL OR ROOM WE BAY THAT EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER MOS1 32SHOESLAFD0g9 JEWETTS BASE BlTtNEEl THIS IS THE SEA RIDGES ABE COMING A1A K iuHman STOCKTON Sold by Jack Freeipn BROOKS MACNIFICENT - lt utj hw Tin people n livery art- andt opftIn la taleaef the World LIST and 14 ugitlr Vorm t oil 1 Werme Worm FeverInflammation 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They also mtikc close tv iti th Deaar Texa Ft r Tick Use u d man the Garden of th at ter vtb every racti All Kinds Western Trail of Coal where we will build a warehouse upon the completion of the new- - railroad to this place T S 13RONSTO undersigned have formed a partner to sell all kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ spectfully request a liberal patronage from the public The yards are located on Orchard Street nJ also on Third Street -- Guns and Ammuniti AND YOl tHE Fi - M M HARBER Contractors and Bnilderi WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPUEi Nut Lump and Anthracite SEBASTIAN 1 1 E ST JOHN Ocnsrui Hanacr CHI tU A Ticket ft ttn rsat DELIVERED To All RICECMOND PLUMBING CO Sanitary Plumbing Steam Gas Fitting j Parts of the City Tnnrara a spicialty fa cass W C FITZPATRICK CO morning Urge quantity of reclaimed lands that rafters of hi at i unptures crazed com richly boond In cloth and Cor William and John SoM of Drlea DaTnim klUatPflHEYS ME a j SPECIFICS THOROOM TYM WRITIR9 PENMANSHIP TEtWAPHYJTC ETC AT THE 6RYANT k STRATTfjr M8INESS C0LIE8E 8BUTH WEST MSHER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS IGUISVUE NT 6ATAL06UE EBli SHORT HAIIft iutdm OtMkzm IMTRBCTIOB IN O Cos TL BQ0XKKPIN6 it Whites Drug Store Chenault Grocery or Powers lagans Drug Store will receive prompt attention M C HEATH DBR AH orders ipiara- promptly fitted and work of the regulation gta pipe of ih Wutor Post 1 pany opposite Hotel Gtyndon dress Lock Box 15 j