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Vtffitj x janfa JLv V - x - VOLUME IV AN ENGAGEMENT Heavy HrlnB at the ataaMaa 8ava e Huiiet II MARINE HI RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 14 1891 DISASTER ii i f i K i - - t T OF DEVOTION Giving Up Fle6h General Miles has received official in- Â¬ formation from General Krooke to tlio rifling From thr kin of Nearly Onrllun effect that Lieutenant Casey f the Twenty second Infantry Mm rnr the Kellefof a lias leen Miflertnc Knight killed by the Indians He venture near the hostile camp and was took shot through the head General Fri- - lirooke also reports heavy firing near amp of the hostiles and it seems M men and probable that the troops have en- of illthe Indians ompani and E of the First Infantry Kegulars Tson a m that arrived at Iiushviilc from the West inlander v of the night were hurried to the will- - agency Wednesday morning earl v Then great fight and and from the ars of age and haa unusual activit ink sit would f some fears are aaaai euli rtained He was formerly em that such an nt will occur in the W before the army is fully ready for it I been able i The Government r arrived more than a year past Wednesday morning and with his of a eancerVeeUes i vy a detachment of th ry r the i to Save a Brother Masons Life il ami lasey Killed bv a FiFT Y FIBST CL i JIESS Second Section wapwctox Jan 5 Skuate The most Important movement of the present session was made thU after oon In the enite The al e ections bill was sidad ihe In THE COMMONWEALTH saardering Will Cole also eolored ami punishment was fixed at death J uK Hkukon of Mnris was found lying- in a pool of water near Hazel with his head badly crushed and Mm afterward died He wes assaulted for tlie purpose of robbery but his assail ants Tin rv stable of Johnson A John- burned tlie other lier m ith seven horses and a if hay ami anhneeo A dozen or iimre rehicles were dj The huilii ono story brick structure n total and is year to run the city It of In rding to a recent estim Cai tain Juihs PoifiriERTT one of the oldest and best knows river men on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers died in Louisville the other nijht He was stricken with paralj tor KentueW Willis O Ii ville Andrew Iouch Trarelera Rest Gloater ray alias Harris Grafton Jacob tunningham 1adueah Melntvre Lone Creek W Fitagerald Henderson Samuel R Lang worthey Mariba Sam J Faulk- Â¬ ner Frankfort Albert S jray ieorjfe town Stephen Camplen Bainbridge Am 11 Dunn Reedyville J olin Co- Â¬ llier BarbonratDle Harvey W Cartie Bait Well William Bradford Maya ville John A Williams Creenville Andrew Littleton MclJlore Ihoiras If Armstronf West David lifty Hays Newport W r Render Point Pleasant David S Detrey Lott Park H Swift I each James II Constant Hammersville Elizalieth widow of J Bishop Seaten Creek Emma W wid ow of John M Myers Carrollton minors of Elisha Summers alias liatz Iouisville minors of Matthew Grundy Rileys Qeorge H father of E M 1ield Elizabethtown Cliff Sihmfesski a leading merchants of Clay City has mace an assign- Â¬ ment Liabilities about StfXX with as- Â¬ sets considerably less John i SrxirCTB aged eleven has been sentenced to the House of Correction from Lee County lie stole S l to buy Christinas presents with John Nkison a tie cutter a recent addition to the neighborhood of Padu eah was fatally shot near Clinton by Deputy Sheriff Lee Egbert Nelson was charged with stealing oo and Eg bert went to arrest him He attempted rt slut him in the lower extremity of the spine N has a wife and family Mi D U Bran has decided to eon n of Colonel A S Perry mayor of Newport Davis Ramsfy and Gabriel Buchanan brothers-in-laresiding in Webster County were out bird hunting together when the latter was accidentally shot in tho breast by Ramsey receiving a wound of which he died in e eral hours The County Judge of Daviess County advertises that he is ready to pay the f the countys railroad bonds and extinguish the last of the debt contracted on account of the O X M railroad The subscription was made hi 18M and 000 Interest and litigation have made it cost the county a great deal more than this Cknihai Thomas H Taylor was renominated for Chief of Police by Mayor Tyler of Louisville a few days ago and wasunanimouslj elected by the lo- ue Commissioners Mk E H Tayiob Jr the distiller of Frankfort tendered his resignation as mayor and it was accepted by the city council the other night Mr i Mangan was elected mayor pro tem Mr Taylors resignation was made nee- by his removal to a country deuce just outside the limits of the city Tut Kenton Fire Insurance Company of Covington has quit business having reinsured its policy holders in the National of Hartford Tut number of Police Court offenders in Owensboro for 1890 was about 11 per cent short of the 1889 record vtiriH has added another 3100000 to its bonded debthaving just delivered bonds to that amount in aid of tho P T and A railroad J W Tirnfr of Elizabethtown N If and Miss Ella Grsty of Cadiz Trigg County were united in narriage at the home of the brides motier Mrs Mary Grasty in the latter cit- a few days ago under very romantic circum stances A year ago the bridegroom advertised in a matrimonial paper for a wife receiving 187 answers From he selected Miss Grasty as the one that pleased him most A correspondence ensued and he came in from New Mexico recently with the understanding that if both were pleased th would wed Mr Turner is a widower forty six years old with four children The couple left at once for their Western home A TFiFiirAM the other day an- Â¬ nounced the death at Raton IV ML of Mr Sidney French a former resident of Frankfort and son of William French janitor of the Court of Appeals Mr French was about forty six years of age He was a confederate soldier and in 1878 was city attorney of Frankfort Chables Riddle of Paducah has brought suit against the Newport News and Mississippi Valley railrcad for 5000 for ejecting him from a train at l uun l presenwa a iemprus t Paluca ticket which the conduct r He refused to pay refused to accept and was put on and nence the suit Aiiciiie Pate a prominent young man of Louisville is mysteriously ing Young Pate was but recently married and his wife ir distracted with grief O express wtnt through a The C trestle near Stepstonc Two persons were killed Coiovei Thomas II Coiibett Register of the Land Office made his semi- Â¬ annual settlement with Auditor Norman the ether day He paid into the as fees col State Treasury lected by bias ft r the past sbc months whii tions to di Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vessels Collide in the Frith of Forth and Both Sink Twelve of the frew of One in Down Willi Her The Chief lneiimr or the Other U Lost bl the Cirivit Court at Paduoah Ruv ell Petty colored ami eottvietod f The steamer Britannia w it -- rn th Bear from Grange Month ii th K itiof Porta Scotland rt an Min- dsy mortiing Th atelyi her crew having no time to launch a boat or make any effort ever to save themselves Of the four Â¬ teen men on tl board twelve wi n with the scl The two Others were rescued by u boat from the Brittannia After the on Ieith p Dr ago Bed to heal nicely fused to Btof praft- ung goat upon the body but goat Waal w hile yet t refused to ai B BAD NEWS lrof tin m pi inn lrof Virchow delivered a leeture jre in No eat Koeh Cure at All on- be- - the eonrae of which f twenty m examinations he had of persons who had dietl of December after d injections of th mph Dr Virchow d I ion increases the bacilli v and causes tlieui to migrate parts of the irtnally generating a new He also it the fluid lense hvperaiuia of that the anger od v I The Confederate White House It -- W iructure known liite House at Richmond Va d in future for the prcservaA old fashioned sjaaaV ruove- - ver was overooaae a museum as well as a t r this ionswere The y passed an ordi- Mayor the pur Ellison has About Ttae to Swear Off in the rural ham- - I uncart it y David A ulh- and S - ball of the surf d -- unwound itself two rred her for earner Thames and was then taken in tow by that the two steamers proceeding slowly in the direction of Ieitli They had not gone farhowevi r before the hawser connect ing the vessel was snapped asunder THE MISSING AERONAUT and before another line a uld be carhe gave a rrol llojan Who Sailed Away in All ried to ti terrible plunge and sank he lata th the Air ship lielieveit to lie Alive A special from Chic v had put that waves n it Prof II ran the aeronaut who a vvith the supposed to have been st about two Bear and all w ith the exception of the while sailing in an air ship chief engineer managed to keep afloat until they were picked op by lioats from off Sandy Hook is from all in- Â¬ dications alive waiting a chance the steamer Thmcs The chief engito return to the world in a manner neer went down with the vessel and nothing was seen of him a that will lie a finai himself P amplx Il the lirxklyn EMERALD TINTED HAIR flying machine saai t he met in Detroit several of Hogans relat A lJeHUtifnl Bamtavasat lrom Ireland CreÂ¬ who seemed to have information that ates a Sensation at the ltai gc Miss Emily Maud Iliggins from Ire- Â¬ re The fact that Mrs Bug i live in Jackson Midi land bound to No 4J4 Eat Thirty has been absent for three months at a Fifth street New York landed at the time from her home and that she is Iarge Office Friday from the steamer cheerful at all times gives color to the Britannic and in ten minutes made story a reputation as one of the most beautiful women that ever pi A Payment to Creeks through that ofl it e Miss Maud twenty R V Kelt A inmissioner of one years old and was born amid the Indian Affairs has been directed by the green hills and blue lakes of Killarney Secretary of the IntcrW r to proceed to The tints of Killarneys lakes are in her the Indian Territory and superintend eyes and the bright colors of the emerthe payment to Nation of the ald shine in her hair for Miss Maud U author has what may be actually and proixr ruin the reck funds now on ly called green hair ession dejxisit with tl v of the Treas of which is insure the ury The Creeks now number between owner health supi beauty and wealth and the pay- Â¬ When Miss H called ment is to it must lie that it is not a bright vivid green but a sheeny Locomotive Boiler Bursts The boiler of cr locomotive i liicrald tint such as tlie sea takes on on the X N A M ailroad exploded under the shadow of overhanging cliffs s up from the at Razor Ky killing Kngineer E H where the depths As tl the green- Hiltliruner an Kd McXeal The train w as running at full speed haired girl became noised around quite The explosion lifted the engine and a crowd gathered 1 In height thrt e wrecking all the registry department woman yosmsj stauds five the train per Hiltbrvner the feet five or six inches and was married and lived at Huntington Her ire W a McXeal was single and lived at she has a m features are exijui r and reg Kilyore Kv ular in shape and her voice is exceed Â¬ The Cnippewas Join the Dance ingly lov he talks in The Chippcwas the old deadly ene- Â¬ the soft but refined rogue of a well mies of the Sioux have forsaken their bred Irish girl A she passed along enmity and joined in the ghost dance of the hum f admiration w as emphasized the Sioux Thursday night a delega- - and one of the Irish immigrant women fifty Indians arrived from surheld up her little baby that the child rounding reeen and now the might touch the green hair and be suc Â¬ dance cessful in life ad is continued The t is AT PIKE RIDGE grea and many of the Chippcwas arc contribute of the Near dancrs The at Bad Pklrniisliint Buildings the A cnry Indiana Kuriiiii Outside the PlaSWS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ C i i 1 Â¬ j Repol the Democrats on a moti in mnde by Mr E art of Nevada Mr Halo from t Committee reported back without amen t bill the 8t which wr- the calemlan and stated that maj my and minorit would b presented in a few Mr Btewari amendment md Mr Sherman spoke against it ho Senators were in d the Hocu Mr Bettderaoa la conferciice ierort on the Uiyent 1 licjenfy mI in doing so be stnted thut Senate had receded from its merits relative to the pi but that tJM f 0 ion on the 1 Deficiency 11 IL 10 make this stolen was apreed to Mr Cnnn n pend the rules and pass the Senate Iiill for Hat erection oi n public building at Di AcfCai to yeas UQ nns 16 the clerli D quorum A bill van passed for the ereel a putihe building at Uichmond Ky at a cost of injtOm Adjouncd Washington Jan 6 Sknatb Morning -busin en conch ded the Bam sumed the tons deration or the finaneul lalil Or Teller and Mr andwasad r advocating fre coinage of surer Mr tools occasion to attack the record of Mr Sher man and the later pave notice he would reply At the close of Mr Vests remarks the Senate on motion of Mr Sherman went into cxecu- live session and soon adjourned Horsp The bill repealing the law authoriz ing the President to suspend tonnage dues was Mr Fiirqular N Y moved that the 0 into committee of the whoie for con- Â¬ Mr Kpi ation of shipping bid ir ore l as an amendment that the committee consider the Mil defining options The amend nays 101 Mr ment was rejected yeas Farquhars motion was then agreed to- Â¬ ll nays awMr Hurrows Mich taking the chair and Mr Wheeler Ala being accorded the floor m oppos tion to the measure Washington Jan 7 senate The House bill to provide for elementary and industrial education in Alaska ww and laid aside without action Tbe financial bill was then taken up and Mr Daniel spoke in favor of the absolute free and unlimited coinage of siler Mr Plumb iolowed Mr Deniel Mr Hiscock spoke agamt free coinage After a brief executive session the Senate adjourned In the morning hour in the House HorsE Mr Cutcheon Mich from the Committee on Military Affar called rp tbe Senate bill in creasing fnm fifty to seventy five the number army officers who may be detailed to mili of tary colleges and it was passed The House then went into a committee of the whole Mr Burrows of Michigan in the chair for the iurther consideration of the shipping Me Dingley and Herbert Ala J Ue on the measure lag farther debate the committee rose and the rned is i on of free coinage n up by acorn- h all ij wn s s s Office No A i - js -- rr 15F PffP Pffug- - NUMBER u v 31 WIFTS SPECIFIC FOR renovating th entire system eliminating all Poisons from the Blood whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this prep- Â¬ aration has no equal For ttghictn vwtths I had an eattng sort on my tongue I was treated by test local physutans 14 Hlffi r ULaf 3 v- A iii t I PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT LYONS UMBRELLAS but obtained no relief the sore gradually grew worse I finally took S S S and was entirely cured after using a few bottle C B HcLmoaa Henderson Test TREATISE on Blood and Sktn free 111 SWIFT bPKCIFIC CO Atlanta Ga W B BRIGHT W S HUME AITOKNKYS BURN AM A TTORNE SAT- - LA W Kentucky Riciimon i 1 Fa ET 11V B BRIGHT CO W SUCCKSSOKS OF UIJKirllT I i I DKAUtma Illiniums Building First 3- - sulTTvan TTORXBV - A TLA IP - Richmond Kentucky FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods 204 WEST XVIAITV- Office on Kirvt Sin el Mime as formerly oc 16- cupied iy County Juilm- Miller - f Qt s POWELL A TTOHXEV - A - T LA II RlCHMONIl Kfntlcky Office on Second Street DENTAL bURGERY R A WILKES SMITH RICHMOND - - - IKLErJTTJOXY IMIORTEI I LjEVTAL Richmond hums Oases tlnm - sctigeox - - Kentucky Office 3- Smith Building Main Street l ixj to 4lu P M limited to deilislry Ji - MENS UNDERWEAR J i C MORGAN D D HlCllMOXD KEXTUCKV a- - Bank Utice Main Strt et ovei Madison National 1 NNECKWEAR1X FULLDRESSSHIRTS Washington Lines Four Killed and Three Injured n and auod and Dan on The antly kill were ser Is It Another Blrrhell Case ti Wat d rth -- to have iurt with which he in- farm Hardy denies all f hi Senator Stanford to Be Returned S of lKth fornia Legislature give tien Each Got His Haa M nam two el K dale newed an th dr v revolvers and hanged Both Many Expelled Jews Sled In the Snow ither the I ex- - Russia has been ae Accidents those ex- rerished in the at Parkersburg Va riving a team whii iienson farm a few miles urg W Va was thrown out of the wagon by the runa- and seriously if not fatally ng boy named Nelson in took fright at the Citizens Varus was knocked down and thrown under the wheels of the heavy which passed over his abdomen injuring him internally i Devoured by Wolves Herman 1unnstaff -- a young man is near Khineland began Sunday just north of Patient Berlin has of the In the Pine lnf llahn ofiptive patientopened had dians who side ohave broken away near the re lieen under treatment by the Koch ts thrown up at the rtcrs of Captain Dougherty of Company H cav methxl a7id r ity ii one of his la otic Infantry now are and firing buildiri of Ion standthe ing but notwithstanding the operation around the cy The lion ots sinie t there a Ic reaitics earh been rcpoi l d end eveiy made to in Charge of the War Department main i letody of i away A ter of general instruction to S party of thirt j to Dough KobLt and Proctor placing the control disarmed of Indian matt fiiiin nnnsilij ertys camp Sui in a twin Link hid his rifle in charge of the War Department under his blanket and tried to tire in rctar Noble order to arouse the friendlies but the instn rs were too quick for him and lie untry directing them to of the was disarmed in a j ral cabins obey the miiit w re burned by the Indians a short dis- Â¬ tance north of tl uday iren s Deadly Duel Birming At A is now near the Hiram lln ham Ala W main body of the hostiles where he can u ith watch every movement twelve years old ha a o sipanii n named T m Pettis when s drew a sharp knife and cut Pet FIGHTING FARMERS rein j he wi unded and A Sheriff Routed and an Armful of Mort Â¬ gages Torn to Pieces liuve car the An attorney for the Johnson Loan and ol t ried Man Trust I ompany of Arkansas Cy and Emucgled Opium Sherilf Dobson of Harper County The police of Portland Ore We Kan had an experience which confirms aug- day SWIlil the belief that the Farmers Alliance The drug intends preventing by force if m glrtl oluml sary all foreclosure sale of farms have The Loan Company holds judgr and ments against farms in the west acilic freight ern of part Harper County train in the sum of nearly 35000 and armed with orders of sale tlie officer ana attorStrike Caching Kuch Suffering I district ney Saturday proceeded to offer the In the property at auction Xo sooner was there ii o their purpose understood than some the ra Iway si twenty irate farmers tre the paper iilc tin is of from their hands and with angry threats lack o ii they of violence ordered t hem from the neigh- Â¬ borhood Xot being ready for a fight led are in the sheriff desisted but proposes to reSamtles and Kills Him elf turn on Monday with a force sufficient Itaaffh S lo ed a prinineiit citizen to guarantee the sale and the arrest of broth the ringleaders in Saturdays attack mayor of a similar case About three ahling was reportedtt from Kingman County table j and it seems evident that the farmers who are instructed from headquarters Biulod Under an Linbankment anded together to hold their lands ting for a pul in St Inis the workmen struck abed at any cost aving in of era on a Consumptive Â¬ 1 0raticn tion wm adopted calling upon the Secretary of nsury for information as to what books Ts are in possession of his depart at Utlng to the late so called Confederate States and as to whether there is any legal n to their belnj placed among tbe archives of ihe War Department Bills passed HB appropriating 73000 for a public build- SB kron O with an amendment to provide for a patrol steamer for the replacing ra in the St Marys river Michigan Mr Ingalls asked unanimous consout ihat debate on the finance bill bhall close with the adjournment on Tuesday text and that on Wednesday debate shall be resumed on the bill and amendments under the ten miaute rul the tattl ote to be tjkon on tl ol tbe bill before adjournment on Wednesday The was egrced proposition to Free coinage speeches were made by Messrs Turpie and Call HotRE A bill was passed authorizing the is Â¬ suance of certificates of aerriee to telegraph M D the TTnion army dur ing the war The House then went into Com- mittee of the Whole Mr Burrows Mich in the chain on the shipping b 11 Mr Fithian IP opposed the me sure and Mr Wheeler O was lavored it Mr Crosvenor or when the committee arose House adiourned and tbe Washington Ja te Mr Cuilom reraJ r lara ntii haml er of Comneating any further legislation Lief of Wh in army paymaster crediting loin li he M Jan 8 Senate A resolu- fELBY w Rkhmono House door i W BURGIN Kentucky A Ar DENTIST ir w corner Minn Powells ionium and KirM Street 4j- - J CREED D D S KIRKS ILLS KEV TL CKT W I Everytlilni ottice it Plnnell rtwldunce 17 ertaln nsj to tta prafasatoa OLIVER PLOWS PHYSICIANS y ILL JENNINGS riirsiClAX 111 I M D KBBTUCKT AND SURGEON next to Second National -- II BOND Office Unnk up stair - JJR II R GIBSON - PllTSIClAN AND SURGEON Bi n soKD Kkntickt street up tii - 1R jn J M POYNTZ AXD SURGEON - ad aad i - was ton da in- motion of Mr VFllaon of lowi report on the b 11 ior a public building at oungstown O to Mi le in Caror of free that if that issue it will be er a Preside n tial adop U 111 oclock the PttrSIClAN Richmond I Kentucky 3- Street next to Whites Drug laaaT Q W EVANS MD A - PHTSIC1AN Richmond - XD SURGEON - it This was private bill day in the House The proceedings were not of a very The bill to reimburse the bn k dt scrption kj cov ink of New O ler S Treawrj by General Butler ered into the t of that city was at tbe time of his taken up and di bted but not voted on Washington Jaa 5 Senate Mr Sherman reported from the Comndttee on EN Relations a bill ihat tbe United States guarantee the payment of the 1000X000 bonds of the Nicaragua Canal Company holding the canal and Its re i enue as security It is tied to ptvethe supportot the Oovornment ln encouragement of tbe enterprise and was reported unanimously Mr Morgan spoke on ss reported The Tbe financial bill to the Senae to day tnercaaas thti ailowanc to pension attorneys from two to live d ttiuti for prosecuting any claim No sucb sum to as paid uniil ihe claim ts alHOUSE Kenti kv Office Second Slraet JR office T 1 TAYLOR in Medicine and SI - Practitioner Richmond Second Surgery I Kentucky 3- reet over Dykes Oroccry - li JOHN M FOSTER PUTSlCr AN AND SURGEON Richmond OtTire aaaaaalaaaaaiL----- - - - - Kintlcky o- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in in vides for an appropriation of The House llallot Dox In veatifrating Committee will make a report to week It Is understood that to the all the members of the committee concur in the report taoaga the rlpht is reserved to append notes tvaag ludividnal views on matte s Driefly I Tho House Committreatc tee on Public Hulldinfrs and Grounds has authorized a favorable report on the bill appropri ating fOOUO for a public building at Toledo O News ItemÂ¬ Ilorss In the House tbe Army Aprroprla It proil was reported and dlcused next door to buxons putalrs rrduceat cor Main and Tales Avenue Main Street jwott sa3LE i35r Â¬ BEXSM1THM D Pll rSiCIAN A XD S VRGEON T SHACKELFORD DKALEtC N GENTRY OF- ALL KINDS White MfTVr Hall - - - Kentucky DUh- - lils nrrifMurlnnsil aArvlfiM to the Hardware Tinware Woouenffare AND WAGON MAKERS Boise Uc JRSM Richmond cut his foot while at work Friday morning His companion carried him part of the way to the camp then as the wound was bleeding freely laid him and ran for aid When the party m hour later wolves had devoured rniiisataiT and only his leg- nd a few shreds of cloth- of Young Thieves At Sorinr neld Mi three A Ga ag I Wis six feet of earth ly injured Betted in Bread Dpyllght - Moran Kd an under All wen- dangerous- Â¬ k weeper was ast auH d in by two masked men who hound him Jan tifessc1 t boys and nineteen a series and about t and re- - vealing th from which they to raped Samusl Union i of his and es- - An Awful Death at James Ellled by Els Crazy Son a highly Mill Hal drawn between two rs and crushed and roasted s 1 He died In Voluntary laughter by his de Â¬ mented Ron who struck him on tlie head with a hammer Blown WH volnntarv He ted of r at Memphis explosion en placed killel his wife Baked aC Eugene H ve to Pieces klin a High i all wJva saa-- At Aril of a rs to pieces in at the magazine Friday morn an Hogs Ir J B Powell had iff and Mrs Xelson lino flsmsi Proh The German autl v produet- - from r i Tl die hoaM of many mtKbionaries The Committee on Railways and Canals agreed to call up at the first opportunity the Caldwell bill for compelling the use of safely couplers on freight trains for the preservation of the lives and limbs of railway employes secretary of AVar has appointed General Charles W Field to succeed the late General Wilcox in the War Records General Field served with dis n in the Confederated army The Attorney General has decided that the customs officers at New York can require masters of ships arriving at thai jxirt from a foreign country to de Â¬ tain all passengers en board until it has been ascertained that the customs and Counterfeiters Bagged immigration laws have been complied u hall accom Secret Servie panied by some American and Domin- Â¬ with ion officials went The available cash surplus of the ir Siding Ont and arrested John Btinaoa Treasury which was reduced to about the father and William and James 85000100 during the recent financial flurry by the heavy purchase of four-perhis sons Mrs Dooley the housekeei n steadily in- er and Thomas Stoddard All were tfce 1st in t by reason of locked up at Windsor The officers found ndi on the premises a large amount of L S a lar ed nearly counterfeit coin and a lot of molds and tures until it has tools Officer Mulhall then came to De- Â¬ troit and arrested Albert Fisher an Lost an am rician at 217 Jefferson avenue Walter Sefert of Alliance O aged is charged with being a mold twenty five unmarried a railroad fire- Â¬ Fisher maker Edwin Stinson and Fisher who man in jumping from hi while were captured on this side will be tried in motion at Toledo It at Detroit while the others will be tried night got his left arm cntangl in Canada some way in the m md had it tore off at the elbow He will probably Boy Attacked by Wolves Wolves are invading the western bor- Â¬ der counties of Kansas in great packs in A short h of food from Liberal Sunday morning Mrs Garvey Leavening Power y a pack and hen of wolves a few steps from their and while the woman escaped with carried slight injuries th some and mangled so horribly that he can not recover The men about the place finally beat off the savago asts Â¬ Â¬ -m m 1 LETCHER PHTSrcrAN AND SURGEON - BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Mil WKLLri K Goods Kentucky SB- Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds B UAUH Office Smith Hulldlng Main Street - JJ W BRIGHT M D ph rsrcrA x a nd surge on Richmond - Kentucky Office In Sinllli Huilillng on Main Htreet tspeelal attanliotl slven In inicri4 oplrnl miuI nl exami iniioiiaiif liasuea ami fluid i- of the liuuiHii lio iy R C S BOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon TAROID PILESI FOH MEDICINAL C T WELLS GO THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Richmond 1 Kentucky 111 M hrlulita Hours S10 to Offlee over 11111 a M M in 100 p in special attention Kiven ti liseaiei of women auJ all diffi Â¬ cult chronic esvsuM 1nllenU ireMted at a ilia-- lance ami Homeopathic medicluea sent to 4 any aililrena SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILESI BURNS c ILL-- TkeOiIj Cut Tar You ii Ttwi Only a square from the Court tiatiae dont have to eiul away out to the depot CoftI Delivered ill4 Â¬ ph rsrcrA x a xd s urge on Richmond Office Main - E AILTZ Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book Kentucky PRICE 50 CENTS BATH to ay Par Twb TRROIDtSOHP TAR OID OO Soft Coal and Anthracite Nut and Lamp Coil Now opeu at Myers old lumber j to EVaotxl Prtbyrian chti Quicket delivery in town Low eat Try u prices 0 T VFELL3 k CO Clienault An Ignorant Houae Huntrr Lady looking for a cheap suburban J M BLACK Mercy on me You advertised home this as a Swiss cottage Its nothing ptrrsrcrAX What is there Swiss but a hovel about it is- Baa Housb Ky You will ob- nity ow stable is In rnndnm ZK W Bulldlrg Street Burnam A 18- upHtalra TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES lfl CHICAGO and surgeon C JHAS HOOKER I E TKRrXA RT SURGE on Vctorina v ARR IAGES FOR SALE I to Important ITctice Debts due t88 GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE U S SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot eox 120 10 foat alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE Hallie 5 MrKn 18S9 Govt Report Aug 17 1889 und Sterility a NEW BUGGIES NEW PBiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new an very latent patterns They hi on the roost reasonable terms I want a vehicle come a and vout g borne without n JOHN DOMiLWON rooms i Baking OFFICE llngbam iiiildlng iimax Kv offlee Dll- - lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley and Orange Streets 6 rooms each Hillsdale lots all well finished TWO FRAME DWELMNGS Avenue THOMAS B A YltES new elegant paid - A Tray farmed In 1889 having colts living at weaii will he paid for b owner of he coils A 44- OW EF us serving maiva and 1800 muat be Tra Funeral Sermon by Telephone the Cn The ret unit Ratal Maaa r puuon Cal trSaav on oeaao give be tailed Stater to U aa popalatkm at tho Cover fornia uu slay rkhain of Caii in office Thura- - the f motl mini phone 430 2M Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE M of R coun Estate Collecting Agency Three Elegant BUILDIN fifth Street I crate or as a who m m lgt foe m RICH HAVING RETURNED TO give my 10 stten tlie buying and selling ltd the Collection of Ac rank you for your patron - lhi to TH1 BUILDING LOTS n Walnut Street Powells addition For prices on any of the abov 4 I offer for sale the residence aid ids on Third street netr house with three rooms k Hitbuihtiasja Kaxl street car 26- G W PlCKEl THE CLIMAX - KEXTITKY HUNKY IN TEX IS - EtITOK it oehmmiav bt Climax Printing PRICK PKU Co IOWKLl Y1AU 150 1C91 Veinesiay - - January 14 isUtoTB of Kansan -- ition t vnaae Tl will i the I re the that i i mark it the Loa- vet to The Winchester Sun says Altout one year ago at the solicitation of General R M Gano a number of our citizens subscribed over 86000 to thti c apital stock of the Bankers and Merchants National Bank of Dallas Texts The bank commenced business Jai uarv 12 with a capital of JWOOCO about oue bah of which was secured in Ken tucky through the influence of ien liano who is well known throughout rjirise s under favorable au- everytbii along nicely until a few months ago when a d aaffection sprang ap amnagtj diaeetota ierahip This quar- Â¬ rel resolved the board and akckbolders into n iich may jc tenned and anti tiano Tla mands the removal of the pt r Mr Hensell alleging as their grounds that he I rough uncouth and discourteous to the patrons ot the bank Tie other side claims that these charges a e not true and they are made throng personal motives Gen Gano and h ted in the catle but in Texas owning several raadM head of stock They had been heavy borawwta at the bank until it is said the caabiet declined to them any further loans claiming reason that they were ing the funds of the bank to the exclus- Â¬ i wbo I with init In an interview in that in alike anil that if the it would ooly result in the a few Mi - laaad Wise wer it uber kill lift y- - that the K uMi- t cir-- money to carry n their husi ness In this the cashier wrs sip by a majority of the board and the supply of funds was promptly shut off This ba the principle cause of the trouble It is also said that the cashiers v anted for a brot of Ohios in phew who s now the as liier of the bank Gen Gano is a prominent meinUr of the Isiard of directors his son is Vice President ami theantis say tl J Gano already in the establishment The matter will ibaaittod to a vote of the itockhotd ers in a a ien GaBO was here rack soliciting tin proxies of the Wine kholders but be wi aa the imxies were forward era days previous to a representative of the other Â¬ aer-in-la- ry if KENTKKY CIIIIISTIAN IIIN EXBKAVOB IN- - nners which has combined its ea politi- - tiving ne committee with -l- the Illinois Tariff 1- U- Mr in by Frauk- Wad li of merchant ni made an cx- taoa of the and there and wavi exerciaea conducted by the President 1043 Organization 1115 Two tliristian endeavor ideal Loyalty to the church Uev V B Bryee bi Fellowship 1140 ddress Tact in religion by Kev las I McXair Friday Morning 00 Promise- service led by Kev II C Garrison Newport Ky 30 Address 240 Addres - Suc cessful service by Uev H Allen Tapper Jr 5K Paatora hour conducted by T T Eaton DD Brief teathno ill Ik given at this service by the - of different denomination 400 Committee conferem ookout led by W J Creighton b Sunday--leby C C s toll e afiaaoaaiy led by Mrs cr d Temperaace led by Mrs linnc Local unions led bj Praise mi Friday Evenii bv choir II liichiiionl I D otional -Â¬ d 1 Personal V work M i II F HE CAN 1 r PLAIN IK I r for Christ Rev J II i Nrenanoty Ky Saturday Morning 30 Morning K prayer lel by 1 1 Doahaaa William red for burg Ky 1000 Derttional J Kaye 1015 Address Larger tilings M Kev Geo Simmons 1045 by J W Beer Winning souls 1 1 salary y ienl Beey Fniteil ii 1 ociety 110 I He can thos far the Hyj thirty to the made for you ng men Kev Kiclimoud Ky II Q0 I reannoanee-nunption in the should they infirin the public re of the lymph and Until then poaaeas your ill TiiE FOIICE HILL AT THE SOUTHWEST nflu- Chicago Tribune an paper at the Northwhich has hitherto fought it boldly in bill now Â¬ west With the Tribune the Lmna mocrat and the Omaha Baa all ai them among the strongest Republics at the Xortl ounr- Â¬ ling rday Afternooi 200 lYayi greater consecration 215 i election of otlicers 24 on Short ad the pledge Bible readiag by J C Prayer bj Mis EUea War-ttendance and particiiiation in ng Kev F Blower 4 Attend- Misr Rich i other ehurd Straffer 5 Fndeavi ring to lie ainl to do Win s Waller 140 Address The ration meeting 4lK Committee a Prayer meeting commitcom- tee led by 8 J MeOill led by Miss H F Hub itive Committee led by J L I 1 Â¬ and I can see no better place in that e to append it than port of thi that I voted for the proposition of the Aashington as I was not willing to invade the prerogative of the nor by saying that there should be an exception to the ue of the pardoning power which was granted to him hereto- Tbe House voted down some davs n to take away from him the power to grant reprieves and pardons before conviction and that might be done even if the amendment that I have He here should pass the House might be d avail himself of his gative to relieve a man from the re sponsibility of i ng if it was made known to him that a man had got into office after having taken this oath and it was found that lie had sworn falsely I know it may Is said that a bad man will 1m Milling to take an oath of this s and up kind wher right man would not but I can hardly think that in the future a man would be at office either Executive lative or Judicial at the hands of a gnat people who would le willing to n the take a false oath We mm idea that men will be elected to these high places who are worthy of them and I conceive it is no reflection upon a mans honor or integrity before be en- oon the discharge of the data I have comthat office if he shall say plied with the provisions of the Constitution and shall go into office pare and stainless and 1 am prepared to enter up on it- discharge feeling that I have been to it honorably and without any 1 was a corrupt practice whatever deal struck b an intimation thrown out some time ago in the discussion of another proposition by the gentleman from Lexington and really it was from him that 1 caught the idea that in order to make this system of a pure lallot effective we ought to incoi potato a Constitutional oath and I am satisfied that it will be productive of far more good than any other provision contained in this paragraph In the amendment that I propose it will U found that it is required that the party elected to an office Executive i dativc or hi licial shall take an oath antially as follows The gentleman from McLean has offered an amendment and incorporated in better language nr mt I contend that the value of an oath is not to lie measured by a historical reference drawn from Halhun or any other source The whole theory and structure of our society is based upon leinnity of oaths You go inside of the Court house and a man before he called upon to swear At the very elections themselves that are held in the country a man may be required upon oath to say whether or not hi competent voter whether he is of age whether he resides in the district and whether any disability that attaches to bim has been removed and I say that while I admit that bad men will commit perjury there mast be some tonftflrarn in them more or less They do have an Uaportant beating upon tie pie and the safety of ourinstitutionan if your system of making elections pun is an earnest one- - it you mean what you en sir you ought to go further andaav thai after the election lias been had the man who has not secured his election by improper practices shall lie called upon before be enters upon the discharge of his duties to say before high Heaven and his fellownian that he baa not violated this law If I had any lute assurance that in the rciorl which will come from the Committee on Seaer al Provisions such a provision as I have laid before the House will Ik- incorporat ed ill their resjrt it might lie well enough to paw it by but here we are met upon this floor by a large number of additions to this rejiort some that have been votes down and now finally when a clause to make the whole conform to what you say you want has been intro- Â¬ duced I trust it will 1k voted on upon its merits I do not wish to detain the Houee longer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 ional district The object contemplated was to bring together more frequently larger numbers of our people that they may have the opportunity to hear the best informed speakers in the district the State and even the national Union whose words of cheer and en- Â¬ si leakers couragement will be calculated to edify We would urge the and improve speedy formation of these district Unions under the direction of our resident believing that they will be conducive of Â¬ HATS B AT COST HDG KILLINGFARLEY fHP- One of the oi much good to our Business Agency In your committee would state that they red for him comfortable have and inviting quarters where he will be able to transact business expeditiously and entertain pleasantly members of the order Laving business with him Here- he lias lieen greatly ember in his business by lack of financial back- Â¬ ing At our last state meeting it was urgently recommended that we raise by a contribution of one ihjllar from each member a sufficient fund to give our Agent a respectable financial standing among business men With this he will be in a condition to deal with man ufacturers as a business man in a busi vav Without it there can be no hope of success Only the inter this fund can be expended the principal is to remain in the hands of the treasurer of the executive board who has executed ample bond to secure the same With such backing and with the of the executive committee to believe that our v ill ae to the order thousands of dollars annually With this assurance infidently trust that he will be upheld by all of our BoerBb When our backing fund shall have reached the sum of 125000 it is purpos ed to pay the agents salary with the iu of same and charge no comniis lor buying and selling We would therefore urge the speedy contribution of id from each member that we may dis and place our agency on tooting Again weald we urge our sub unimis to encourage and sup- Â¬ port our state agent Those doing busi with him wiii find that he is attentive an obliging and withal a gentle man of the strictest integrity As the executive board has tin oversight of his business you may therefore safely feel assured that any error which be may perchance commit if reported to them will be promptly corrected Inthiaeoa nection we would urge emphatically the importance of maintaining strict secrecy with respect to prices seemed by our Divulging them docs no good but may do much harm We would also urge our sub unions to send their dues promptly that the expen r printing etc may be met punctually The dues for the ensuing year ablished by the t State meeting are sixty cents per annum as heretofore in advance namely one half on or be- Â¬ fore Jan Twenty cent- of sane the State and national union five cents to the county union and five cents to the By being sub union semi annually prompt ourselves let us inculcate the of promptitude upon others Trusting that concord and discretion will characterize all of our proceedings during the year and hoping as a conse quence thereof to bear favorable seports of prosperity from all sections fraternally Your obedient servants Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ la--Â¬ o Boots and Shoes BOOTS T Kentucky WROUGHT keep a v RON to y TIME IS AT HAND smiths RIMS Will ami oil rs 1 FARMING IMPLE31 -- YOU CAN BtV VOLR s lot of GUNS and AMMI JEJNT Having decided to discontinue the Boot Butcher Knives and Shoe Department of my business 31 eat Cutters Iqnarten for KIEL LINE of HARDWARE brat SALT UMEaadCKMJ ai I SHO ES E S UNDERWEAR HOSIERY H s THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR down at PRIME COST Lard Kettles Lard Cans your 1atlu c Jit their P M POPE Cheaper than vou can find them elsewhere Bill W 1 w L PAULEY These goods were bought before the McKinlev got in its work 1 sKN HI IT Now is Your Chance to get whatever you want in the Boot and Shoe line for a little money I HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF COOK AND HEATING STOVES -- fiSaC ITCIIIEBJMIEI KEAlKli VVatclies IN Gents Furnishing Goods EVER PAIR WILL BE SOLD JUST COME IN- - Clocks - Jew- - Flatei-war- AND AT STRICTLY COST UMBRELLAS BOUGHT THEM 10 SELL attention given to fkttinq C4LL AND SEE ME C ci a AND OTHEK PRBC VALISES Remember that COST means what they cost me REPAmraa Promptly done ami In P M POPE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE PS is in full aw rl man tier Cash Paid far Old Qol to tlie Pout office iare G C WALLACE 104 Dont forget the Ki plw TJ W K BuowDca H C Baowx Ex Com J Dooian MAIN STREET H J STRENG C EXECLTIYE COMMITTEE They Meet and kajae an Address to the Members of Kentucky Keulucky Mule Journal To the ifembfrt a erf Ijtion of Kentucky Wright Saturday Evening 730 Praise Service nmed forces lieu C K Ilemyhill DD Ad 1 Suudav Morning 745 Prayer Meet ivould pan ing Uil by J F Fible OwenaborO Ky Sunday Evening 7 Devotional Kx presentative journal- nven- ristiau ourag re mischievous tion Sennon liev Waytaad Iloyt D irganizing The Tribune declares Minneapolis Winn i4o Cone he bill is t tion Meeting led by J W Baer i at tlie South it will 1k Cuited Sxx ietv it It could Worthier black district CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 1 -- 1 aroold W i it ii if the bill le passed e a single BepuMica Jt adds that it will not It will and of for the benefit - are already fol- reason that Ha g after the alliances And as beÂ¬ and the Democrats tween the alliance vote if they so desire INAQE TEST CASE r men nstitution- linage laws of the States would seem 1 indicate that they much hope of relief in this 1 1 in mint the Phi la to convert silver Unlaw into which v of Â¬ Â¬ maud is in irnial coinage coupled w the the it denial of y m make an 3 OMllt nage nice tine tie Delegate C FBurnam speaking on the quest ion of women voting for school officers I would move to amend by striksaid ing out so much as allows the Iegislature to attach a property qualification in other words to strike out the word properI understand the proposition of the ty gentleman from Iaurel la be alone con nected with the right proposed to be given to women to vote in the State of Kentucky for the election of school officers Thev now have the right to vote for the election of School Trustee This proposition is an enlargement which would authorise them I suppose if it is made a itutional of See to vote for the Super- Â¬ intendent of Public Instruction and for Superinendent The law at the present giving to women the right to veto on the election of the School Trustees limits it alone to those jer8ons w ho have children of lawful school age that are to cted by t le character of Trustees a ho may be elected It does not refer to married women or unmarried women without children and I only call th ii of the House to this change that they may thoroughly understand what they are voting uion I bo the gentle- Â¬ man will strike out from his amendment then tiis profarty qualification I do Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ky from ing price paid by the gwata anient and that they favor any restriction that is inage legal tender face value ai the baaed upon tie possession or i property as a qualification for a it known a seign Â¬ iorage amounts to a considing oaths Delegate Burnam nif n Oa said ir own pockets very cheap In due at ill there should b tutional oathc and if sustain rs ago passed a latacky uld have l nd but finding that it was obnox lag virtually legal gender vain intlemeii k In such i case it wonld be bet aaper f r the government to non-poaeei i Your Executive Committee in entering upon the discharge of their duf the commencement of a new year would most respectfully represent that their efficiency and the advancement of the cause which they cherish can promoted only by the united 1 of the entire brotherhood cure to our order the full benefit arising from united effort your committee would earnestly urge iijMin all meanbeta of our sevcal Unions the great import ance of unity of purpose and concert of action The future success of our organization depends upon the co operation of itt- inNothing wiL im dividual nil Ililma ede our progress more than a lack of Fniteil mutual confidence and support we stand divided we fall The e which we complain can tie alleviated only by harmonious counsels and com bined action The good which the Alliance has already accomplished is but a foretaste of w hat may yet be done by organized co ojeration The success of this cause in which we have enlisted will be commensurate with the earnestness and vigor with which we devote ourselves to its adCo operation is the disvancement tinctive feature of our order Its principles are founded upon equity and jus tice as opposed to privileged classes monopolies and trusts With such num- Â¬ bers as we can muster our principles are bound to prevail if we but extend our organization and unite in harmonious effort in the euereies of our people Thousands are watching our course of action with an anxiety that evinces great interest in the issues at stake Let us then iD all our purposes exercise moderation and discretion and our printo all ciples will commend tl right thinking men One of the most serious obstacles to the progres of ourorder is the lack of education among the the very questions which concern their individual inter Miatruat and prejudice the outgrowth of ignorance greatly impede our prog ram Clear and intelligent views of our principles are absolutely essential Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Deafness Cant Be Cored local applications by as thev carnot reach the discaed portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafi caused by inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When thU tube gets inflamed you have rumbling sounds or imperfect hearing and when it n entirely closed Deafness is 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 is nothing but an inflamed condition of mucous surfacWe will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that we cannot cure by taking Halls CaSend for crculais free tarrh Cure CHENEY ft CO Toledo O Sold by al Druggi ts 333 The FIVE CENT CO blast now T Lcuisville Soatiern E ft t R E READY W -- Fitzpotrick Co PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First Streets t v Short Line to the Nor Northwest Time Table in Effect k and FOR YOlR- - HAVE PRECISELY TRADE We wish to invite you all to come and make your purchases where you can find the WHAT YOU WANT IN YOUR K1T0H EX WI REFER TO te THE UNSURPASSED RICHMOND KENTUCKY Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS day and carefully compounded night by an experienced physi- J cian and pharmacist Â¬ FJ JJ J BKXKS ANNOUNCEMENTS roa iki 1 1 Largest Assortments The Best Selections The Newest Styles LAST it couirr clkhk Â¬ Â¬ of Neeit ell Is candi date for Circuit Court Clerk of UsHisou c iuniy Milijcet to the action of the Demo cratic party BG FO VKII BROOKS CHENAULT DRUGS Real Esiale Brckers Richmond Lama erty Pwiyrlj ami prompt at taB Otlice in J otlii e BranHi oM HriMik- - BIT NOT LEAST Lowest Prices We offer you the most complete line of Medicines Chemicals K Conimiion i Lexington Belle Range AND TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS o ore J Civil A 6 WILLIAMSON DRESS GOODS Both the method and re- Syrup of Figa is taken it is pi and rtfrcshiug to the faite cud feutly yet promptly on the Kidney and Botve clcau es ths rjt tem effectually diepeh colds beid aches aud fevers and earn habit in i constipation Syrup of Iv only remedy of its kind duced pleasing to the taste end ac ceptable to the stomach pmtnpt it its action and truly bsncScid m it effects prepared ciy from the healthy and agreeable subitanc many excellent qnaliti co nine to all and have made it popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for saja in L and 1 bottles by all lead 1 Engineer and Surveyor matle I OXE ENJOY AND- - General Meicliflis as- COOK STOVE POWER k HAGAN Survey Farm drainage Town Lots ki INSURANCE BURNAM 6KNEALLAND SI - in the city and a wonderful sortment of BOOTS and SHOES Alter Forwood Cos custom made which rank with the best goods in this counlry for less than 150 on the pair from rega lar prices and a splendid line of Mens Boys and Childrens PLOWS -- HUME The Oldest and Strong eat American Companies Oarrwi ence solicitfil with pa in surveywof lands in mount i tie of Keuluckv ayOrBce Citv Hall Richn - toporaiihii al maps farms and other baaoa to retrace Special ami WE ARE AGENTS FOR- - NORTH AMERICA SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT REMOVAL I The Vulcan I and 3 fe HAVE MOVED MY Chilled Plows PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERM ANI Blacksmith Shop to my new buiklin where I have e best ot work n fore I be pleaseJ to see ail niv o trons and n Any nlia may not have it on care it pr mptly for any cno won wishes to try it Do not accept aa substitute CALIFORNIA FiG SKI gi U SAN LOVISVILU Arr THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE IN PLOWS ALSO THE FAMOUS i UatBCHAl Cliithitig and Overeoats Big Injun SuiLKY Plow C ROCK BOTTOM RATES aT Dont foruet our oflk e Is at the Farmer National Bwik Street bet u- Hilc In me andiiavemov Nor S L MIDKIFF BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY l hem To sus Â¬ HZOBMOfiTD PLUM BIM CO Sanitary Plumbing Steam uas tilling All bought at the lowest Caah HAMES COLLARS BACKBAXDS AND Til AC EC HA INS prices and can be sold in com pe HOES RAXES FORKS SHOVELS CUTTING BOXES tit ion with any retail house in the city A line of beautiful and stylish BDRNAM NB HUME tain and perpetuate these princapll educate that the masses may have f our pur a well define poses and aiic- umend that our brethren procure and read such papers as are devoted to the interests of our order especially the State Union which is the organ of our ization in field for nd social it Lexington T yN A A T JT- - f Contractors and Builders FOR RENT WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES Toliacco aWaa Couiitry Stores anil Milling property specialties 33 32 B 4H All orders promptly filled and work guaranteed And all gas pipe ued to be IN PLUSH AND CLOTH the of the right size according to the rules and best and lowest prices anywhere regulations o the Water and Light Com- vt ir zi are always ready to iu piain oireei jinny opposite Hotel GHndon Pot office ad- show our goods so come and look L jsfWe dress Lack Box It TDsrarara S a specialty for cash CO A dwelling house with six roomv Newly papered good cistern and o The house adjoins the residence of James Bennett on Main t Richmond Kv J P HERN DON srnmn out the county arc rcq the poor of their resn supplied L CRUTCHER 49- - Presidea DISSOLUTION X BoiZ before you purchase thtta fcrtaBa ba tl at u SAv I aults as the basis of th baa been resorted to because the itbenj can not be made SCJ MONEY vt S m Mly awl Awns Vf Jto tluan ToWJV rmtm ba laaaVl AuMtn Ohuw waj 1 dav a PKma orar Kvta I thini ht to recommended the roar everything kutiu aaaaaemia or allrunt aajafaj your w Tfadin itttla lima t th wink Thi U an lriuaMOHiirrTul mtretforrtu tj to MperwkiUM apwarda ra 1 u cart tiinmrt W aaB Atrviiah you IOTA iin tha Leva an Poll aUlftft Ramsey Fife AV C FITZPATRICK ntasaala awaaa whaaaaar Jhi ar t must be paid to him XJLJm rtjawa rta IUUUACvBuMrwfliteWJUi TTTTT anJ WiaaJaiif ii mknQ MfSMit aworklawartAa f rwaMkBt m uci alMaTa aCB i 1S90 J limb the sleet had broken off a pine tree PERSONAL Shwa Far Sale CORRESPONDENCE in the hi- no harri was done After the wonld be tory of warfare I have 1300 sheep for tale including In old pi i Mr C W Cobb Icarea to morrow for slayer lad lookod carefully around to M1 PFRK1NS neer style every man took to hi tno 1000 select ewes a r a call anylKxly observed him he leaned Hurrah for the workhoaaei Muddy Cneli pat fording all day Sunand H H Colter deadly r can disregard Mfaa Jennie Feland of Richmond is against the fence for a short rest arid day clear and shrill filling the vast and iiiiornl is to have a city rlircctorv Reside ii f far Rent proceeded home the guest of her cnoisin MfaiJeannii a Born to the wife of Mr Shelby Jett a rlum llv i meed last week that On Main street opposite Second PresThree columns of nowa paragiaps on land beratioae boy Capt Estill sent six RELIGIOUS u had accepted a call byterian Church new frame house with Mr Hall a merchant of Falmouth men to Hank the enemv but thev le- lioni the church lor the present vear Mr George BarLer of Union City six rooms cellar cistern vard etc He rday with a view to locatr Council -- gymons tickets aerie and left the odda in favor of the iirin the hasa- Ac on the K C hat moved into our midt this year MRS SALI1E OWEN 29 Indians Bat Monk called out Dont ing and was n of etfallishing a work th the the out K K which usually expire with the qnerti We judge from the amount of rain rnor 4th avenue and ak l II l II T 111 a is 11 give uj Mars Jim tbeyl only twenty- - look 111 W P Baxter does pot do vour ioh for r by special order will be that i and with bin family v ill occupy it wear the new falling we will have to undergo nve an you kin whip em Ber James Bailey who married M I an early half price but does you a until the loth of this month day The nturn of Elder another flood lv Monk was yet a prisoner but being not a reasonable and has been liv ng m Illinois Saisil I ail MgM vllli Dont trust alone to vour own will pow family bapleaoareto a Mr Mat Thompson is buildkig himmore than sixty yards away con is visiting with his wife in this connty iTo tie ar to hold fast to good resolutions made self a storehouse with two rooms one be- Â¬ going to have any done JoarnaL be Christ to the whites Tins and othc Citv ian church vuii inn win return to lIieiit K to fr l iimom lm An item in n late IMIl sv11 Kf lllljlMV n IMIIH illli low and one above lie says the one beLittles Barber Skop Rrnovrd the v liit s and for f Iij t r in regard t my return and you will not fail kian- - low will contain horses A hirertorv for catt etc and boors the deadly conflict waged Thir Â¬ George T Little has removed his bar- Iichmand 15 MrT Demaree of College Hill ulated to leave teen tready the one above contain ha oaU and corn I artT fay dead or Grand Worthy Chief Tempfar of Ken- Â¬ nner C ML a wrong imiuession noon tvmThe church at Corinth called Elder Iy occupied wounded upon the field Finally the tucky left tiiis morning for IllllKl tlilt DIED i uiu io lrelUllee South ie in James Young of Malison to reach the PF Indians ond door from fe fit np a city din He irner tMonkea- - Una in the interest of the temperance there I nl Mar at Corinth Elder Young invites his old pa gen f1 them and joined the whitea do me tl Henry Katterton died suddenly at the has done a iikx1 work at Corinth during ith a bo il1 Wmd- letter I wfah to home of his John l I well erally to call Mr Richard White Miller left j the last yeai mia hilII per- He er Banibd a failure and that my return to nearClays Ferry Saturday January 10th waited upon E to reiu w his studies at Yale Col iil EepairiBg sf Tiaware a L j rvi miC the best ft will aid much in the Work if Kentucky a -- ce and the Wy- Tw 1891 aged about He r years will be f He will complete th- - com mit the Bap st church in this city Rev Mr vi forward with up- H you nnm- - ilbieaeofmywifewbohasbeenin near Koorei is rough and d citi- very June and the Richmond bar will hare the pastor is assisted by Kev Mr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS BJ bim CaptEstill another promising alt for several z i and neighbor acquisition Prestridge of Winchester who is an mi J1M dischai ged his rifle and had not While the island I i Mrs Ann Kallard widow of T BL Hal hi null Br this cuntv Dawson quent an forcibie spacer and we ha- to re load but be cmld not see his three OF 01 grouiin and left iu lard near Whites Station excellent comrade thus dispel conn II H diver 0 pass the remainder of the seak tot hin large audieiees Ser ns the bm Bridgelorth Cooking snd Heat- Â¬ growing condition 225 bills of wati will ty died on Wednesday Januai to winter with her brother Messrs John at 11 and L It is the i The two at Richmond K 1801 aged about 73 years The W and Ii v Fox Jr whoare disposing ing Stoves rful leaders grappled with The ladies of the Methodist church and ticket ntsand of ai was preached by Kev K C Hagenu in that market of mules shipped from have organized othi r and into a Iarson- themtlvts She had been ill far some unty in raising funds the admiration ol the Olympian lul I in the Mr Perry and wife of for the Building Committee of the church tors But Estill had recently suf-CLAUDE CO MATRIMONIAL J 11 for their new parsonage Thev will bold broken arm in an encounter with rer last wi 17Mr Win Trivtsand M enc- ia meeting at their church this Indian critical moment it grand daughter Miss Gladys White Terring tin the er were married at tlie Central House Ed farm- Â¬ ii and the next moment flu ry and they declared w th one accord aftemooa at oclock r With fish er M Win Powell Propr in Richmonil Ky that there never was a live v eeks old slain by the From data compiled by the Met1 - the on the Big Ilill pike But his yell of triumph line which exhibited here tie press t appears that the result of the January 12th 1881 at 10 oclock Pr Money or make tered theio bed him tl tinwhen a bullet from the unerring A letter from Kev S W Crutcber Bel in Chi n t ie eligibility of women to seats Elliott officiating both ends me t If I were not a pi rifle of the Rev Jos pfa Pi I i WILLI ho renewing hi subscription to in the reneral Conference f the church train for Cincinnati rich by the lab MISS BESSIE BAKBOlK happy huntii Tuu Ciima The appended invitation has been re th this charai teris- - 1ls resulted in a heavy majority in favor my hands would have no doubt what- chief to tin Ko close was the embrace of the it to Mrs A J Merwhon annon the women The New York Christian combat tie remark In the langn npiishitig my purpose in Mr -tants tluil with- - darkey you can v friend raisiun Ts Auvocate s aggregate returns from dis- the marriage of her daughter Ellen Rog There out killing Estill nor could the only In- Â¬ well an doin well an says howdy tricts are Total vote Lid d for 182--- S ers to D B Carter Wednesday January Class 0 T castor oil b Iearauces the coal I1 dian now visible shoot at Estill without piauk the months of Fourteenth 1881 Richmond Ky At A majority in favor We have cloved out 01 MissesChenai lt Pollen Mellish Mav a crack and killing the chi of the women of 7lMs There remains Home Iolo Mo after January 22 left my crop in Townsend who n visiting tmste pfcnlt reached in and drew forth nine Wl Irvin tricts with a membership of V1 and expect to pn The Irvine Eagle chronicles the foAnnie Johnson of this city left for Ki h- mj ii 813 yet to hear from but the vote will llowing in ill till- groin apt oll llll At the Shepherd bowse Irvine libel ism v Saturday bab Jainej Berry was I wliii i v known i wounded and there Richard Apperson A S Johnson I T not vary more than KMMU either way Kev Welburn on the 7th tost j U1V ble I assure you in my it istl re bu This hai from the estimate of a total of a total ma- the lives of James Ireland and Chiles and T C Cbenaul CROOKE MISS CARRIE BARBOUR Kev Pn it r ear jority of 7V14 for thewomen The total irie Edwards The groom is a for w ii m 11 out vine and vote wiO be in round Capt for Shanahan it i and Mr I iri iiis ens 01 JM 101ns torm- - There never was such anumbers 400000 daughter of Kev CoJames the bride is a Handle With arc Thus the miuut tremendous vote Edwardi the Mrs Dan Bell gave a Red German in the I Spartan hand retrace their so will Dr Jan s Lewis Howe fate in the history of Methodism or any Prot Winston Ma lr at he ud pros or two I it till of Chemistry in Central Iuiv si ru mental n estant church The rash est estimat s ot attend them At the r f the The ladies wore red dre- ier near id Cook was one of the sun I DESIRE the total vote in advance were alieiut 50- - brides father at Fainville on THE leo Muli Mom v ami Tea hiiile irfd and slippers and t e gentlemen and for twenty yean upon the dangers of canned u r the John Williams and Miss Kinda Fain I V habited in red shirts It wi Amonf were united bv Elder James n had more the appearan IUNCEhMNG 11st him are ti The groom is one of thepropriet than a picture at pet In after years it was learned from the may be poisoned n call Heifer lost See local of Moses Ray the Richmond A Irvine freight company The first NEAR Till the Kite gthe common way Indians that only one of the Wyai idis a line business man and a clever that Uh y have adiei use A large grain elevator is being built at and The coming out party given by Mr I witii his life Twenty four Inirly in cases wliere the goods have It is an excellent lot gentleman His new wife is a hand eldon JT C for the Konnoke Vv there ir We u and Mrs Thus F Hargisat their home pu Ii pot up carelessly and cultured lalv well known to our Boardin 11 Then drops of dians and twelve v tion rally bad night to their r get into tin- can TS 3 JJ people ky Solder contains nearly all of the remainder were wi Their many friends join the The iilock Tobacco re did ii is a new corporlaughter Miss Annie Hai idverti e a ed e of and lead is poison Goods which ation repotted at Wheeling W Ya with Eagk in congratulation Mr Andrew v M Kmhry of Wiio is now to reply It i the year herings Monk was probably the first to make eontaiu vej m ids Iee Gott Richmond following in the 1S70 a capital stock of 1000000 such as toma-TW It their coal r that 21 ACRES OF GOOD LAND powder in Kentucky He secured salt The hours were from 6 to 0 lor married will dissolve some of the m wake of food St Nicholas slipped in In Cincinnati on Monday extra export r Main and li streets and y bat is merely and from 0 oclock on for the Peytons cave and made G M WILLGING - of Iclcr in this kind are not so common early on hist Christmas morning and car iwtity of wind peculiar to young pi pie The house was charming- Steers 1800 pounds commanded 17 er for Fort Kstill and extra fat butcher steers H2S good to ried away one of our most lovely young Winliestr to escape Hia 100000 is now as they onee were aa the manufac ly decorated by Morat Miss llargis tree bv his new mus turers are very careful to use but small damsels Miss lattie I Tipton daughter The ok boat with a realirj F10000 ing by Mrs Cassins extra feeders and Btocfcssa fJto ter Mr Wallace Estill clothed and fed t in the that quantities of solder whil change of linn A K Talhott of Stony pure the Winchester Commercial Club M Clay wife of the President of Iuint sold to of Mr and Mrs It L Tipton The at outone yean of a in by him and was greatly respected by the Con- W M Do tv r elsewhere in this tin This has been the result of the of Clinton Mo his pre- tendants were Mr Asbill and Miss Lena business trad daisied to ban advertise great amount of everybody Captain Kerry lived for stitutional Convention and Mr and Mr- - mium jack laway ire to stasia Miller talk about such tl Clifton for 4200 Clifton is White Robt Tipton and Miss Nora as we as the future an I can n Iy in the John I Harris of Richmond AH the all new ar many years and tradition says that Barlow late A second way is from the tin pit a graduate of the Bowrbon Fair and his Kroaldus but tender mi mind in anybody lonreive r a Christmas day passed that he pictures were framed with smifax and peope of V hih the can is made Tbfama sirable 100000 to LeanT and the banisters of the stairway produce always sells high advertise sihly and Monk did not meet and take a tor their ever ready kinne and have Keen a W L Callwall A Son sold to poisoning liirgiu has returned his dental at 4 per cent when all were twined with smifax and roses from Eli Res- 100000 to loan on real estate in Madiliberal patronage and i to anoooace different pa where the can had been opened and square drink of apple jack to each othÂ¬ ver Mr W A 1ow- uer of Btggsby III the mule Jack Cleav son county at 4 percent Addr for 1891 anv ers health He was the grandfather oi the first floor to the third The library er which acid goods like tomatoes allowed to of my pr was shipped directly to Califorand Jan was beautifully decorated with mis L B Osbornk stand in the vessel for some days To ex Assessor Thomas Kerry of this counstock b- far the f McKee and flowers Winchester Ky 3 34 Eichhorn furnished the nia to be placed on a breeding farm Trice ty Siud at tii ljut Sfciwnf and most II shall Aawanw laVirli music and an appetizing supper was paid waafLgtt esi io me Monk had three win a and wa Real and jH rsoual property at Roanoke r in Ul Deputy Bheriff Wink canned A correspondent ot the Kreelrs ptly serve There was an introduc- k of ia- father of thirty children the oiliest of Ya is assessed at 846624 Of this went out Mr Taylor Kices should be taken out and nol allowed to punch that was more or less hisidi- The indications are that amount 281000 will whom Jerry was the first colored baby and thirty lie appropriated for mullato PifSES on a stand in cattle will be a little higher next year public improvemei liven ev born in Ks nes Fort and was after the entire A tiiii 72 Pills ilOO and probably it wili tjay to read up and BermU wards a Baptist preacher at Shelbyville that dared to venture within its do by mail with ii been intentional ery in snhst Many of irT Mis- improve on all chases of live stork j Mr Monk was a the church and -V own by the n putytook no Kooms for Kent I hiring 1800 and Mrs I there nerereccrred at the there isnt a bright- took communion less than en Peace h h Fhnli a he told him be had a -- ki- Fear rent Union Stock Yards Chicago more attractive young woman Tin- hemic Pi irM u building nice rooms Afor Powell in McKee t for him under of TU and tbc latter coi icufarly I She m over W - well read quite a social head of live stock This is 2r5374M head PICTURE FRAMES Church near Fox ahu-l-arl more than were ever before received in house corner Main and Fi mat in the art of making fri town in thisfor forty yean J of Health publisl 11 CURTAIN POLES hind bim drew a pis rn iu aboui Suitable lor offices or Ik iI roon and it is predicted that she v ill make a one year It is over in the ministry tol and the Deputy that he MRS K BURGIN tlie largest number recorded prior to 1880 to WINDOW SHADES 31Coi Irvine of tiie pr uld not ined liv ftn n Dep Miss Annie Phelps family in this county lived many All the detais of tfandng the Modern the attractive MOULDINGS C uty then copper Cincinnati DrJTLEE9IW iking There was a fair attendance yesterday Society Dances are so hilly desi nd rfadison county who French pea and two strin while away W Stock the e with but little Stock on the market The and illustrated with diagrams ii irsugjuui few miles from town near South of the dirt r Mr I eoiieiiion 01 s- wiuli ts all imported 01 loe nothing but bors Mr 11 I Perry ent steps and motions in Deasoscstt Fam- brands as FJkhorn of the I novel and amusing cattle trade was a little better a feu My own r of feeders being made at t think of States re reset ted the county in the entertainment a few eveningsago V j10 broke ily Magazine for February now ready irelj injurious It returi r v eie in lair demand at gonl figuses price only 20 cents that a child cin learn House of delegates in 1789 and in the the time came for supper the doth was mules i1 a ever thai way OIL VASNIS3S3 sejiaration Conventions at Danville in laid and the company assembled about ures Good broke ssulea sokl at 300 to to dance them ilhout a master Learn are opened tin HI233 rAiirrs r pair A few plug horses sold 177 to 17ki was a member of the Con the boad in eager anticipation of that to dance at home Better than a it diing his pistol bwoi In no C0L0SS DST IK OIL tare and several good at Dancing School The art ional Convention of 1790 and was tore The first coi lira aril Kentucky couldnt take bim WL1TDQW GLASS c changed hands privately at good illustrations and instructions will in duly served proved to he very simple ntiaJ Elector prices law Plain Walls indeed peanui in Caper in un of the killed at as now danced the ing tow n for 71 and the hod and I equal en John S Williams sas the T Plain Iolka Mountain was a near relative of the Three Slide Polka imed politely A number MONDAY JAN 26 r now luiie Ie an ii W Cajierton and Lieutentlie debris was brushed away and co ruveis warehouse at Louisvillewill the Polka ReJowa the Yorsc the e used be located on the railroad Tlrre will be I let Caprice olid curse brought in peanuts the aad Tec Iolka certi i1 I put in to ant John South Jr another of the kill y have then fore no drayage for the shipper to the A toner Find I mm in His VarJ Military and cold water h liv this time the g ol Barry South the new ever your obcdiei give ben pay and the Cooperage will be reduced of Frankfort On 1 k Mr J 1 little and some the Berlin ect melanit of the L H BLANTON two thirds The farmers will Will toil Indian choly joking was indulged in when the ia tbia MADAM CHAyLLS SCOTT tells the ten pound sample nor the extra one per b part in the fight is third curse appeared this til - town cent taken oil by the warehouses be- - mysteries oi the past present litary peanuts on salted almond rd with Monk up badly several other items of sa ing all of aua rarare a Mr William Harris is and b but a repconsult Madam A N0XIMKNT TO thinking oi erecting a monument etition of the third Then the pent up which will go to the pKket of the own Scott at Homer a lim it up USi Baxters Main Re capacity of this Mam Â¬ feelings of the company could brook no round ami with street corner Collins moth Warehouse will be some The Noted Old Calawd Ihineer lloaored further restraint and they 11 with one upon bis head HOUSE NOTE While estate of T B V After alliall Cratwr W P Baxter painter and paper hangaccord began to apeak thei- - minds In hogsheads and he thinks they can handle n rail- - t bv notified to pi The Spring meeting of the St Louis the midst of all before lired whir this merriment menues fully 50000 bogshea la per year JA oltr- - er does the best work See him and get h 1st or t y Club will commence June Oth ig having Mr a good job furnished every guest each dish on 2g ROY C Will lo 3 and continue to June 20th inclusive mak- which set forth When some very wealthy and powerful ed on the Estill in the Biehi sonn witl Mss Mary P Huls receives pupils for ing thirteen 19 ay or clever Take oil on some popular fad Athenian asked the philosopher KioLenes in his Cemetery a stone to ti guitar banjo violin and pi mo at her borne t 11 what he could have done for him th mare raio Alto iseilc e men Mipjier was served in j ullet No 301 North 3rd street corner Mobcrlcv came promptly has been purchased by J C Lineman Inly that you nl sue a sup Term reasonable -- 9 31 would not stand between me and the avenue from I fell in the desperate struggle at Little Lama lillerASibl it a long and weary waiting for Hut Ml know The farmers occupy much such Mountain in 1782 in which encounter Franklin Pa The price paid is said to be Kindergarten very guest was most effectually tilled sun - hat whether t an rwdrprndeut position with regard to liOVII 00 Monk was Ufa vi s 1 and comforted it The rooms were d ind or in luicuce now wii receive pupils UltAM lihu in islli and was buried on the Estill ail from iovernnient As the chief proÂ¬ in Kindergarten basement of hnstian w KaeawraW Sllst a ted with il was on hi The Lexington Trai kmng peanuts The Bi J ntire ducers of national wealth they have per Church on and after Monday January farm from Richmond so that Ferguson evening was spent in many gay diverstiling of the hat to the English stallion iod a claim as Mr to help from 5th 1890 f yean have el n by Salvator dam Music ten ions- LtJ She ha just completed a specthe is to be re- than lr the national treasury but unfortunate- Â¬ ial course in a Cincinnati training school It thn- - rraamilj memb erity by a cenotaph old and winner of the St Ledger ii ly for them they have to pay a large men of Rich THIN COLUMN BOW on the lot and is to Price Th i part LI Kint The The three rooms u of the taxes and if thev get something king a when stand near tli t walk about in Ill- It is tatd that Mr W K Letcher of Blrnam Si Hi Mr are agents for first room now occupied bv W B I hack it is only taking from one packet is well Cor although in life they oc The firm of Spears tv Fish Nieholas EC yard without tm- - This class insurance companies Richmond has deelined an oiler of Slii- K Try them hwfi and placing it in another always minus ville reminds one of gigiin the refatioii r the crack Jrac mare certain inevitable wastages and stealings yet in battle they stood in the If they would threaten to turn the Inr Iideie he recently purchased at Donklson has a quantity ol new SulHie Largeaf Robbery Yet front rank and when the master had SlOOOu Ken iriM ery dians out of the church maybe they Nature works with anil for the farmer kies Surries and Buggies of the newest K Govern rasas will only stand aside and at the hands of tin- foe the servant last week the in Wedl would quit dancing so much 1VC Yietoi Yon Bismarck w ill have S7 rented the and most popular patterm and at very let nature work unobstructed it is I have 100 mule colts for sale at reason - yar storehouse of Andy McGaJre at TerriU in Irs powerful arms helped to carrv in 1891 jwr reasonable figures on Ma When tin- Indian a ents issue mid- bapa an well near distributed as follows VJ in Kenable prices twe en that for the farmer as anything formerly called Rogersville this county awaj the wounded tucky in South Carolina 1 in ieorgia dling meat to the starving braves eoull are preparii II H COLYER It was in March of the blood stained rnmetit is likely to do for him Ex of way mat robbel in a w Ie Fr Over Fifty Yearnbeen rued for 17Hmm wmsLowl Soothuo STrr hu k of groa in Illinois 5 in Indiana 5 in Missouri that lie considered a side issue mer arty reus bj mlllhwia of mithtr for their Tin back nk open and the year 1782 that a raft was observed float James Mason Co soM to J Howard in Connecticut 1 in Yermont 1 in rblldreii while teething with perfect racer iy opened on the It The papers tell how Tim Stone won Wilson a ing dawn the river at Boones Fort That aooches the child uftenetheiraaM door unlocked from the inside lack jack 7 years for 700 iUs allnein side of Main atrw Rhode Island 1 in Tennesse 1 in Iowa cures wind coUc and U the best remedy for DUr rirst the prize at a bird hunt We have al rtMB It will relieve the poor little sufferer lm up to the dixir it was was evidence to show that the Indians in livery firm of Fitzpatrick The Lewis medUtely Sold by DrnaieU larrery nart of the is Todd an Wist Yirtinia 1 in Massachusetts and Mr Dririni beard about killing two birds with ral hundred dollars worth had crossed the river somew world aeentaaDOtUeTfifesMeadMEfor sold to Judge Amos Davis a pair of mules lln Id who lives four m in Canada They an- aged from t to 7 one stotie Wlnslow SoothIiwarnilnd take no other kind at 22750 Jan W Mason bought of W oi4eueral mere hand fan and hauled oir and Boone at nee dispatched the infur years old and that they w ill add fame otb Waeo pike hut tb to Ir you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Farmers may expect to pay high prices F Henry ten thousand pounds of tobacMr JlHi uires hou distance matioi to Fort Kstill Capt Estill an 1 their YOUR Kismark family there is no r a iritii uiiML iniiuvr Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for for their reapers and mowers next year co at 8 cents per it at the store If all the men in the 1 in pound Martin Cook A lark county to doubt His daughters produced the he has the latest best and cheapest All the principal manufacturers of these Sou have rented the the unfortunate merchant has any sick ones went forth to look for the In- three yearling Joel Feeler farm on winners at our fair Paris machines have formed a trist and there tirewiag perpetrators or dians Next morning while MiaaJen Hinkston Creek 111 acres at 1700 G il will be no more cutting in pries gone lie says nie the daughter of Judge David Midkiff canw In Uu K whither ti hspie A Rogers shipped from this place Louisville Tobacco Market Weatherbys annual volume of e j ears ain exchange but we presume there last week to Eastern He informed the sher- was out milking she was killed by the markets 1600 By U lover A Durrett Louisville Maaan Races Past the following table will be a cutting in meadows and In Indians and Monk was taken pri od is probaill all the work himself nifli iff early Tl head of sheep Hez Barnes sold to Tay- Â¬ Ware House and carried away The Indians would showing the number of races of different fields just the same inds bly leaving By careful attest lor Frtapsttriek New Years day a pair of Sales on our market for the week iust distances in Groat Britain hi the underundoubtedly have attacked the Fort and i appointed for No If you desire to know whether or not broke mules for ISS Corn is almut the closed amount to iuow f t hhds with red the women and children de mentioned years including the net part of the county A gentleman Tm Climax is read and appreciated in only thing now that a farmer can sell for the same per od 595 1598 hhds receipts until two of Sales Ireland as reported in the English Rac-Â¬ Iticbmond living out on th that fenceless as thev were had not Monk on our market since January 1st amount just watch the carriases and that is bringing anything like a fair uj with the de ing Mr Midkil equal to the emergency He told ht a the women how faithfully ti HM in the field and 800 to 2595 hhds The sales on our market were resumed the Indians that there were fort our barrel delivered--Engl- ish A brother Ier under ii 757 7ii 798 771 l nuary Mh window rv V 5T but his armed white nun in the Tort molding or in jinn boinrhtof Thirls a whole week th Anyarv r under me onerings lor tne opening day amount- A half doen indua-- bullets and pn t the Indian In t lost other war Xorth Middletown and shippil to ing to 807 hogsheads of which number 141 mile Tin- - ston tl pi pportunity to stand on the M1 YtTT iai TTwIbi iky II ft h aa J uf rafllu hogsheads were new burley The new flight of the Indians They moved north Over m under 2 1M RicllUsond and Big Hid would at aid not a single time have the wd reel ad For than cattle s euVrpil nwcominB l mill - iusiuess- lthnf tailed to occupy both sides of the they paid from the fellow mil r hunlr tne pa wT and wta oeen rehZf ru o river and to Little Moun I miles 5 m Mod tUy last they hipped two car Buiuc 4 2 doubl Soccfssrr - the JuAzt arnuii W tain where Mt Sterling m of hoga which tl Dt keep it up English urn good and p was sold as hi The Mr Wallace Vim iwyer two Total A north ra to Capt oing ai hogsheads been of much pi to inform tiillispie of ITat Kock at 323 per hun- and a number of hogsheads at prices rang t 8 oclock one nigh A PIf asiug Sense of the Indians One of thei dred weight HO to 1250 They also ing irom 11500 to 2000 per 100 The A dim star light shoiTii Of health an renewed and of W Yar- Booth who aftcrwi Ixiiight of Capt Gillispie 31 head of fat common dark colored grades are low eae and comfort follows the ue of Syrup We would advise the early shipment of the rd in unify ma lUi par head average tiiat street the n s r new burley crops as we do not see any s as it acts in harmony with nature J J Me- i the war they will ahip 80 head of tjrst reason to expect any improvement idiloiilv and stniiim hia eves at a over dually cleans the system when earsi daabroklBM dark object on thc rjjia January ML the fine prices which are now being real- live or hiliious For sale re satisfai izetl I of Ihe market lor o bias Then he got qoietlj about as it was during the closing d into a vat ant lot 11 l iI 110 miuini the year 11 in cnipanv wnirn up with the Estill ry - 0011 hi ing AnotherannounocmentwaKmadfW bborbi iiitT tit iiiijin uat at Canton The following quotations fairly repre- has ess careci that in know th sent our market for burley tobacco rkingwen ar Trash Dark or damaged tobacco fioo u to 350 was considered very Colory Trash 400 to Hoo from 1 THE CLIMAX Vedaesly - - Jmhultt j Uoiajr Back to Kif hinond p wHi iggj ng back to tiani Speaker pro teni of both rinriiu -3 fimo K V I operation by as put the Ufcafatwe J4teVfDOBU fa aid could hare been nonnnated for ViIWlent of the I niec States on the ticket uith General ilc lellan instead of Pendleton if he had odwro Ho w8 a widower fnrw yean Judged a lace arni is well known uiRmondhTmgvfafted here often -- 1ugaMUnun11ertlet-eveI 111 1 ii rtk Pilry 1 11 encounter one ni heroit 01 8tK was them WE KEEP Wlo vnm a m roir Sale 11 HARDWARE Â¬ I - i r i ill 11 Ai i 7- rri J 1 LIST LETTERS - SMITH 4 - Â¬ School for Giris - 1 1 - 1 Â¬ READ THIS it -- Â¬ I Â¬ FORRENT I fakmkks BricK Residence i Â¬ FOR SALE i Â¬ i i Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Will Â¬ ill QUI o K1 -- rj s- i riUbllNM 1 large--handl- 1 - -- Â¬ i rrmSECOND TERM 1 1 3 Â¬ m - Â¬ GMWILLGIHS Â¬ NOTICE lYZADISOIVr Female Institute January Â¬ I lt Â¬ ioui-eai-- 1 FOR RENT - - ui - -- 33-3- Â¬ mu mn m - mi - Â¬ Â¬ c- 1 11 1 1 1 DID YOU RECEIVE If not it is not yet too late Our Â¬ Â¬ GHRISTMAS PRESENT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 prices on all Winter Goods are still rejliculously low and we offer a most complete line to select from nn 3255 Â¬ fZSZ BSTJTS 3 50 IN CLOAKSI e are offering bargains that will surprise Jfc We wifl receive this week our first installment ol 1 tk j 1 SPRING GOODS Ginghams consisting of j nmon Iin to v -- a nun g becaase to 00 to which we invite your inspection Call and see ore purchasing Respectfully ALLEwa 112 W Main St opp Courl Hamburgs Laces c White Goods i 1400 rinia WHITE NEWS PARAGRAPHS las of negrH i from the South It tilt JHMpU- - 0 I tl til J5lu- - daring the past in boom ton m in have Iy iuSouthw tan- In IC A lXKK With a ky reports an cxpemli- - nly ad vane- - out ilowi y Im ii sedatGlen tiurt county V ril properly which UZOl at R r A repneai buihlii a capital rice mill with a caj acity tor cleaning i will be rl n - the tree paraphernalia valued at 4000 There are wa knocki charges that the tire wtis set for mercena Hi- iliil Saturday and was in ry parpoa The National Tribune of Washington twVll D C has this pleasant personal Gen i syndics W J Leajbnaa the gallant old comman- the Fourth Division of the Thir three Corps was in t jc city last week placed by attending to a suit to recover fees accru ing ti him while Collector of Internal line The General though 82 years Iuiiville thih old is as vigorous and energl tic as ever and were there another war he could in bia mouth whiih I division with all of his old dash rer at gallantry lie n ration ill Ky and was an unsuccessful candidate for the position of Pension Agent at lou isville He liegan his military career as otitii d tiy the private in the 1st Ky Qbt in the ah lay that the interest due war He entered the warof the rebellion mel of the lth Kybu1 17 allien aniount- - ily promoted to thee jnunand of a brigade by tin- banJa and then of a di isio i State Auditor ti the Mr Wheeler father of one of the eoa rs of the water works company bo no i bo highly d with electricity that be can cure hirth- tli at the be rheumatism tion by simjilv laying on Ford or in hands 1 BonrboB hold certain articles I IJalti- - in his hands and so highly charge them with electricity that no ordinary person Mr Wheeler dis a jrixate can hold them scientifically on the subject and advam- v and startling theories Keiituek For beautiful young at the end instance he claim that oa person caa catch a headache from anotner t and who enters the rxiu slao that one er- ii catch a rheumatic pain by sitting hi another pe son In other worth re at Wilmon manv of the ills are transferable from night iy The asmaa to another through tl and the diuni of electricity I la kin- lmaamy afte no John Atk nk if Id and several about a boy ahoaf I other small loys were standing on the by iaaam bridge which crOBBM Licking river at An baa iiin Cynthiana when Rodney With ahoai li yaam old came along with alley north ofChattnneo- a rlotH rt rifle and said to John in a A cmtraet alnead Look out John I in furnaces and ovens on the playful manner will shoot you Not knowing the gun lK- irjK rty and a m alleil was loaded he snapped it at him and it a all ha- - Ikh tfssj bV went off the Idil taking effect in young valley Atkinsons neck The lxiv w m mrrio1 Julia J suit in to bis home atu died aliout thirtr min- t the latar The hall pmaad through his uy Iouis- jugular vein John Atkinson is a sn tnount of an acci- - of B T Atkinson a horse Iwot maker poiky held md Mrs and Itodney Withi rs is the son of J S Tho WitlI the National Bank J Keigart who choked to death on a of Cynthiana The shooting was mere ly accidental and a case of boyish indisiiingsbure telerri u A yoai I cretion Livingston The establishment of ocean ivostotlices uinnati came to this place thai similar to the railroad service has been Maya- approved by the government and will be it to J adopted hatwooi the United States and Haulbkh he ti ik the Gormaay By lam aaan poaml clerks on the K ean steamjr plying boUrosa New place and York Bremen mat Hamburg will have ample time to amort the mails so that islev of AIkt apoa the arrival of the steamers the let in lie promptly forwarded to their ilea in one ilay di stination The expense of this ocean r ajwaa him was and the lanaai mail service is t j be equally divided be tween the two untnes The new argrapes and a baehat of persimmons His rangement will go into effect April 1 on ns come from Kentucky Indiana vessels leaving German ports on that Michigan West Virginia and date and on April 15 for out bound iiia sels from New iork Should the plan ml killni prove satisfactory there is no doubt that hurj on Chnst- - it will lie adopted in the postal intermas had his examining trial at Lea course between the United States and and was acquitted other countries on the grounds that the hooting was ac- Tiie Mt Stening Gazette says Frank tal He was iinuediately reuTeaV rn who has been absent from the State of his nativity for Uo years and who od in jail ui deÂ¬ has been thought dead returned to this fault u at 100 county on the Iith inst from his home John Oraach at 1rbana O in Siiarta 111 where he has resided for Deceased was a celebrated jor- Jan ears He left here at the and New York years and went to Iowa w here where many of hit works now are He triad md subsequently went to many notable Sparta where he has resided ever since iuerica His father William His wife died three years ago without iie district issue and nt w at the age of sixty years are having he has returned expecting his family uncle President had passed ever the Jordan hut to his joy found his brothers George and Wil- Â¬ urt has had in liam and two sisters still living Mr progress of trial a suit between the Rayburn has been thrifty in baa and owns an itate in Sparta from which eives a nice income He will leave for his horue this week The home finally settled by the purchase of Dr place ami scene of the land marks were - interest by the Knjrlisbmen the only thinjs recognizable here was valued at neral Booths scheme for rescuimoiK saj cannal coal mines ing London wrecks of humanity by employing tem in the country and ng to the stringency in the money later colonizi ng them abroad is not now market and his inability to float the being received with as much favor as it boa of a railroad tliat bad been tl s hands by the fa pany jus quarters and partly to iscorery that the funds to e by the I i i -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The real it is an importaat actor in the upbuilding of old and new iilallliia and iy can afford to towns In point of fact his presence in Bay more for it than nnvtxtdv else the new li a indisjiensal clerk of the V S would but if we Bold Alaska and set- quisite to growth and development tled the Eastern fishery question what It is his push and busiii which would we have left to wist the British gave prominence to much of the desirable I - tail alniut at election tin as property BOW changing hands and pass him The lire broke out in M Simons dry ing into the possession of newcomers for at Winchester Bad destroyed permanent investment and material imcapital of the jn ra Hoot block The loai to that provement He has the double incentive ii ii arising from private and public profit to ft - said that company - about litKti inaoram Mrs Ford milliner 4000 insurance aid him in his work and lalmr of love M Simon Co drygroodt He belongs to I class whose ervio ihnji m Ilttt i by insurance The post offiee sought and needed and to whose judgin ac Heal ill through had just beea fitted up with new 1mxii ment investois lend a willing ear and furniture by the Open House Com estat the new era pursue aline at the 0 and is a total loss of policy which commands the support of ad i pany at a inlx r with no insurance The stamps and cards land owners singly or in a corporate CB worth X were also burned The Mc parity The Richmond State describes Gibney Family perioral ed at the Opera the value of this important pcr n Me that night and lost their entire thus He sheds light into darkened wardrobe and all their instruments and mentality because he reveals values Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iiiiÂ¬ P Riffe were returning from Danville at an early hour Friday morning they attempted to cross the railroad near Milledgeville when the horse was struck and killed and their buggy totally de ned The young men vere thrown I ground but fort una el v escaped serious damage though HeCee had his OTBteoat nearly torn off hf the train which was flying northward Stanford JaaraaL The l ast Tennessee irginia and a Railroad Compary has filed a in given to be Cent nil Trust Company of New York for The deed i that the funds arc to Ik- used to build BXteO- braaehei ad to oVmble track the main line It alsi provides that the funds may Ik- used to retire the londs issued in 1887 T u- bonds run titty years and boat live ht cent in gold mortgage is on all propel tj of the company J W Showalter the ehamjiion cliess r of Kentucky in a games at Umisville this week played 14 differ ent games at one time It am ranged in this manner Tables were along in a row and the opponents of Mr Shnwalter took their pha le each at a chess board He then walked down the other side making his He won near iimves in quick rotation ly all of the games A- Secretary Blaine will listen to no reasonable solution of tie fur seal fish ery probleaa the Canadians are talking about buying Alaska of us with all the fishing rights we think we own in Der his position for the reason he says that vat ion Army officials had decided SEE OUR LINE OF to have the darkest England scheme managed by departments already fully occupied There was something wild in hs plan but his experi ment would le instructive if nothing more The world will x- sorry to learn that there is no way oti of Darkest England Â¬ - FALL WINTER BE ON YOUR Ps LOOK AT 01 R Qs OVERCOATS GREAT V PROPOSITION OF John H Southworth and Miss Annie E Jones of lmg Lick acBghlwshood sloped and were married in the peniten- Â¬ tiary at Frankfort on Tuesday of last week The bride is a daughter of Mr A 11 Jones and is eighteen y aire while the groom is not yet twenty It is said that the young ladys one father was opposed to the marriage and thwood should never have his daughter while the mother favored the young man With the aid of Jas Rawlins a neighbor a mid night elope ment was plumed and carried out At aaal the mother anse from bed where her husband lay sleeping and un-Â¬ locked the door of the room where the daughter had been imprisoned Raw- lias met her at the door and escorted her through the woods to the pike where the lover was waiting with a carriage The party drove rapidly to Frankfort sought the penitentiary as the best plai e to find a minister and were quickly married by Rev H EL Kavenaagb Prison Chaplain in the pi number of guards and other employees of the pri- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 CLOTHING COVINGTON 5 MITCHELL jciofor You Suy CD M IT At 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 To get the best for the least money there is only one place lor jy you to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON A MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot ask for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing ap The fall has been a little back parel but what they have it in stock ward it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April showers and we advise one and all to prepare lor the long cold winWe do not ter that every one the goose bone included predicts Clothing at leea than cost nor do we advertise advertise to sell goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them but we do adver You want tise to sell them as low as any one quality considered tir d class well made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are con fident that you will not go away without being convinced that we adTalk is cheap but low prices and honest square vertise the truth treatment wins every time Dont forget that we have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond 1 fpie Taurtcr JJonrnal -- - IN CONNECTION WITH TIIE- - Â¬ AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPiEDIA BRITANNICA I FOR 8 CTS A DAY 259 a Month for One Year THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPiEDIA - COMPLETE - DP - TO I Â¬ -D It i a Dictionary of Art added descriptions of American Cities vith i Origin and Growth with Accurate Informal Population Resources h M kv Liv- Â¬ in MITCH i Clothiers and Furnishers Main Befcro You Buy 4000 Special Biographical Sketches A LIT3RARY Southside Street near Hotel Glyndon C01GUK o Noted Personages ing and Dead Brought Down to Date THSA3UHS BKYQHE PRI22 FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat Ten Large Handsome Volumes Printed on Extra Fine Paper in Expressly for tl NINETY SIX COLORED MAPS Showing Every Country in the World with every State in the Union Corrected and The Work is Fully that are unknown The occupation ol the real estate agent is not gone su long ir statements and fair dealing conÂ¬ tinue to be the policy of this clam of bus 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 I can comPete witu Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of Ilkrusi and i Iisl DmUj I Nearly 14000 Columns o Reading Matter and over iBaltimo Wednesday morning at half past one oclixk lire broke out in Wanees pho li gallery in the Miller blix k at Versailles and the ban three- story building which cost 10000 gutted from cellar to garret The fire is supposed to have originate by the com bustion of chemicals The following are the losses- Wanees photograph gallery no insurance Knights of Pyth ias Lodge 300 insured ha 300 Dr W Parker damage slight and covered by an insurance of SooO Smith Seller hamraoa agent- - damage to furniture 0 E M Wallace and W ODavis lawyers slightly damaged Twyman Railey grocers damaged by removal or more insured for druggist by lire and rein Â¬ UNPARALLELED OFFER OUR PROPOSITION daily delivered at your address and a com ICANIZKD ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA in Clo 13000 payable in monthly installrm plete set of Enercloptedia delivered oa payment ol payable 2 50 a month Encyclodaedia in tine Library or Sheep Binding an I RnAfo QVirl ClVirtOG DUUlb Ctilti OIlUCO Winter and nothing is more neces sarv than a good pair of Boots or Shoes I have is coming Ii TJnlo XlciLb JO Tl Hats chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders T7nn nilllllg f rrrGl Lll nicliinr UUUU25 Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and juffs in abundance Neckwear Handkerheavv plain fancy cotton woolen Â¬ Cornier Journal one year payable 600 do month for ten months Encyclopaedia in Half Morocco Binding and The Journal one year wn and 4 payable f ten months jfawFive per cent otF tor Cash Sam pcedia can be examined at in v KM in Fire- Â¬ 1000 in Royal 1000 in Queen The building was insured for as folio in Northwest ern National Slvki in Liverpool Loa- iid Globe 2500 in North America Total lom SKMW0 The building was owned by Annastatia Miller infant daughter of the late James A Miller i mans Fund TT 11UUI U Br1kvrrTio 30 WUdi W G Light medium jiik Etc Etc -- A IP O WELL ILcKee Brooks aMiddeltons DRUG STORK SOLE AUENTS FOR MADISON COUS Corner NEW WHITE HOUSE Plans of the Prnpottrd Addition to the Ex Â¬ ecutive Maiiion Senator Stanford introduced in the Senate Friday a bill for the extension of the Executive Mansion in accordance with the plan proposed by Mrs Harri- Â¬ son to embrace the present Mansion as DR G W EVANS W EVANS JR EnBMaaaaBBBBBajBaBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa THE BEST -- GW Evans Son KY FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman baa FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your used 10 have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his pocketbook and his ideas of value Now Freeman continues to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line of lOMMADE BOOTS AMD SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van lloutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19Call at No 2 First Street - IS OUR- - edifice a Private Executive Mansion enjj by the addition of an Executive or official wincr on the west and a public wing or gallery of pictures his- Â¬ torical relics and art treasures on the east both counterparts of the original structure in design and connected there- Â¬ with by colonnades and hallways and on the south by a connecting rang e of iron and glass structures of symmetrical design forming Executive conservator- Â¬ ies and winter gardens the whole ar- Â¬ Bay sell and exchange Real Estate and yive attention to the chitectural group forming an inner park or garden at a cost not to exceed S9r0 Real Estate and general collection business in all of its details 000 The present intention and hope is that the corner stone of the new struc List your property at once for February catalouge ture can be laid with appropriate cere Â¬ monies October 18 1892 as this date appropriate being the four hun- Â¬ dredth anniversary of the discovery nf America and the centennial of the ay inp of the foundation of the present w mm mm m collecis RICHMOND Bid for Your Trade Fall and Winter purchase was made with a view of offering the best qualities at lowest figurt Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful buyer Â¬ DOWNRIGHT LYING Th Cause of the Recent Flurry Abont War With I ng land Speculators at the Bottom of It A special to a New York paper days Lord Salisbury has endeavored to find UHACQTJADTTED WITH THE GEOGRAFHT OF THE COUNTRY WIU OBTAltf MUCH VALUABLE UTFOKMATIOIi FKOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Pflpl G0RMLEY Aoop s -- Shoes are PATPFfiTN W L Daaslas rvrry pair and VaUllUn aud price stamped on bottom has his name nnrrmtcd HAS THE ec Â¬ agency which pretends to send it from Washington The Stock Exchange here rst discounted the rumor then sent it broadcast throughout the coun- Â¬ try It is stated on positive authority that the flurry was caused by downright lying by a certain news agency claim- Â¬ ing to act for a big American bear speculator Lord Salisbury said openly at the club that Mr Blaines treat mentof correspondence had always been courteous and at no time justified the statements made by speculators and petty politicians Â¬ cut if the recent anti American tiff came from the Foreign Office He nas discovered it did not but that it came from Wall street New York via an FINEST LINE 0Ft SOJ 4af v mxmm yJ ZnMSm aaaaaaaaaaaaaal awm x 00 MDlF - o j VwHQLE W0RL0IJ WANTS THE 01 d 0 2nn H75 S3 Ei 2 0 0 0 w u 0 Saddlery AND ROCK ISLAUD PJGIFC RfilLWSY Including- main lines branches and extensions East and West ot the Missouri River To all points East North and North flror City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago end via L2A ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinton Si town Minneapolis St Paul and Intervening towns i the ehort direct route In connection isirlth lines from St Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern pointo coavcrffia at Kansas City St H s -- 0 4 o 0 W L 1 Tex Several houses were blown down an infant was killed and four adults severely wounded John Schmidt was blown over a barb wire fence He seized the wire as he passed and his hand was almost torn off Household goods are scattered about for miles and the loss is great Further search may reveal many more dead bodies Fatal Tornado In Texas A cyclone passed east of Sherman THE CHICA60 Trotting Horse RICHMOND HAS sst Oil The excellence and wearlofc qualities of this shoe cannot be better shown than by the strong endorse ments of Its thousands of constant wearers Genuine llandnwwed on eleesnt and SSOO styilsb dress Shoe which commends Itself A One calf bhos AJOO lltind sewrd Welt unequalled for style and durability Is S050 iioodyear Welt price the standard dress w Shoe at a popular SO SO PalirruiaaS Shse is especially adapted tor railroad men rarmers etc All made In Congress Button and Lace most favorably rBMfrfd rtnee Introduced Impmvenntiti make tiiem superior ami the to any shoes anui at tbest untna Ask roar Dsafer and If he ca inot supply tou i price direct to factory enclosing sdvertj nrsssl for order blanks havrt FOR 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Fine Calf Wntrrproof aad Laced DOUGLAS Grala J - IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF 3L ssBsBsl 3 P O 32SHOESLAFDgs bn rcat W L UUIOLAS It also constiUit EVER HAD AVi HUMPHREYS VETERINART SPECIFICS For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Hags AMD rUHliTHX SOOPagr BookanTrratairnt of Aslmali It traverses vast areas of the richesr firming- and grszirtr Icncli iu the world forming the speediest most popular iind wco stm of transportation to and from all cities t vp j a orado and the Indian Territory FREE Re eu Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodf- i i and Pulunan Palace Sloeplng Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchlnjon Leading all competitors in splendor of by steam from the locomotive In wintleave Kansas City and St Joseph u end Southeast with ticgant Day C FREE RecUnlng Chair Ciii s RUNNINiDenver Colorado Sp ins and Puebtervening stations in Kansas and Colortnl venient stations west of Saanas City and tt seasonable h t moderate jj To Mamtou P THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST THE MISSOURI RIVER FFiOWS Btsckisi Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes THE Sold by Jack Freeman MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRANd rival oft m- WCGormleyCo PALACE HOTEL HEATHS Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE C BiNNER aSSORTMENTOF SEASOJ Â¬ and Chart Seal Free cruaFeTeraCanKeattaaaInaaBiinatUa AAfSalaal McaTasUia Milk Kfirr n rttraiaa umeiru KaeamatUm Dlateaiaer Nasal Diwhargea Bat or Grata nD loughs Heaves Warns KK Peenaaonla FK Caiie ar Urines Bellyache Misi arrlaur llenorrhaaes i ioarj and Kidney Diseases HH II Kraative Diseases Masse Diseases of Uinesiiun Paralysis JH Bonis orerWduses tacts 60 BpeclOcs Manual Stable Case wttn Oil Votertasrj Core sad Medlcator 8T0O Jar Veirrlaarr Care Oil 100 Sold bT Dmnrlsts or Sent Prepaid anrwhers and in any quantity on Beceipt of Price HUMPHREYS MEDICINE 00 Corner William and John St New York - Joseph Caacade or- - L KLEIN Proprietor Limestono Street 0pp C Ss OALYAR So 0 Depot THE ROCK tSLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Garden of th f Palla Idah rtBorts hantirui i rotinds i Its Vestibxile Express Tr that can Jidd to safety convenib They uleo make close connections at t Dcpota trith the Denver and Rio Gian Denver Texas and fort Worth and all other For Tickets Maps Time Tabes issued monthlyi or further desired in refr m siid PiiWisslis ST7KPEBEYS HOMEOPATHIC tated at SOU0U atl furrf JrutL his as csigiieu trsas sssr werk or otter cum tIrj pow ltT for fii visas imlisr s nals sasai iu srDswKKrjs ore 9 SPECIFIC u aw iim Tfia oet mimuiriil lumdji for fcrowWHtj Vital Weatoess NoiiO ff TH8R0UBH IN8TRCTI0R M BQOKKEEPIHS SHORT HAND TYPE WRlTIHS KRMAR8HIP T THE 8RYAIT TC -- TRaTTOR 8BS1RESS 0T WE87 C0UE8E fiMRER TKitO AND UFf ER8QN STREETS 10USVIU CATAIOCUE 6ijt tMW E ST JOHN General Haaager joymont citlt- ado In Union Union Pacific rado verging lines a pies of the Western Trail oss LEXINGTON KY New Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated All Kinds of Coil Nut Lump and Anthracite Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price IS s CillAMUEWlLL 6IVE VOL Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED RATES 2 A hatW CHICAGO 111 JOHN SEBASTIAN Ganl Ticket Pa s Aient and 250 per Day TrAR r i lO DELIVERED To All Parts of the City Left at Whites Drug Store Chenault Grocery or Powers Co Drug Store will receive prom 23- GIVE i K5EF1TJ iiimutm fgil 3000 Kon w1--TTl-l c u nmi and w ruitiwu Mill work itrllirul fi TflaaWatnat oli of r HI rrr alofmifa j- eraflitaaloT EmIt t4 meekly - in IslW ludtilnouil aahallsw ti hif DBR 61 V0RIESSCH00LFIELDM The Only One Price Cash Clothiers MC at