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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - - flj Tjjj is-s- - VOLUME ATTOKNKY v J IV fcTS fI naainnnaB A Findla HD RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY behring sea question What a Canadian Authority on Interna- Â¬ tional Law Thinks of the Supreme Court Move Â¬ i Â¬ 1 I ffl KOCHS ITCIIII Wabhtngto Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II 21 mgil aSfffi3t trOfSsTOOTOgO - 1 NUMBER 1891 32 K T IIURNAM A - TEKKIFIC EXPLOSION W First t- - FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Second StMMon Jan 12 Swat The Hou e bill to amend the iaw as to the visitation and iiS rctlon of the military prisons and the ex amination of accounts and jrorernment was pised Bills Introduced and referred To pre vctt force and fraud in Federal elections and to insure the lawful and peaceful conduct thereof to provide for ao extension of the Ex THE COMMONWEALTH A TTORXE1S - TLA Richmond v Kentucky iiffie A A No IT HuiuaiuV Building J SI LLIVAN TTORXEV - A mono TLA W Kextickv a formerly oc- - urrlre an Klrst trcel hum ounly Ju S A IOWKLL 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UMBRELLAS Ji s M LETCUKE - pursrciAX mono AXD SUR KB ox Kent UCK1 - nil Balls nsr Main J W BRIGHT 1 M I Kan rursiciA x xo surgbom Kknticky - iiln uplfMl and and Dulili-a- - j Richmond HOLTON eopaihic Physician and Ssrseon M - Kentucky Hni Hrtuhta Hoars I Special Mitennon of women himI all ilitli- ilillecl treioeii al a li- opHihlc medicine sent K 111 C G WALLACE a E AULTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGBOM Kentucky mum Clieiau K 1 htnlhni M Mala Street up Malra Buruam A 18- - GORMLEY -- BLACK PBTSICIAN AXD SURGEON 25- Rot Hoitsk Ky AS HOOKER B TBBIXA R SURGEOX GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE r Veterinary ICE Has tm i til i Iinitry yand ul i Sterility a ilwir in fiAM AST office Inl 46- us Iticlimotid Kv 11 THOMAS AIRES g Agency I Estate ii Coki TO RICH MOM I have decided to give bit an again to the buying and selliny al EMale and the Collection of Ac- Â¬ 1 ill thank you for your patroncount fTAVING RETURNED - PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C lya iatcne Street 0pp Is 0 Depot LEXINCTQN KY New Building and Furniture Wsxj Lighted and Ventilated Centrally 2 GOOD BAR Located WCGormleyCo ATTACHED Important Notice RATES and 250 per Day ft al S3000 Md V Wit i fu aaoa saw m Owwr urBEt aasBBBB n anwpt rsBft- - sax ASaniM H J Kennedy Houston was acquitted at Carterville of the charge of having mur Â¬ Hon David Mills dered Dick Moore international law in an interview reThe jury in the nse of the Common- Â¬ Owing to a Leak in a Natural Gaa Pipe Two garding Sir John Thompsons action in It Constats of a Glycerine Kxtrart Derived wealth against Wm Rallengi r charged a vegetable compound Waitri bringing a portion of the Uehrini Killed and a Number From the Pure Cultivation of the with murdering Sam Turner colored entirely of roots and herbs Store Injeroiisly question before the Supremo Court of Tubercle Haellli at Millersburg with a base ball bat from the forests of Injured the United States said Unseat it Georgia and has been used by millions turned a verdict of involuntary man- Â¬ Prof Kochs report published Thurs- Â¬ ecutive Mansion in the city of Wash ngton Mr slaughter and fined him fifty dollars has been agreed between the two of people with the best results It The Hotel Marvin Hndlay O which Fry offered a resolution which was agreed to was Manpleted i lew areeka ago at a Governments that there shall bo day describing the composition of his cal in upon the Secretary of the Treasury for and costs - of all reports by Special Agent Goff and It aaya the purpose of lymph is comparatively brief cost of on a nfanpMr wreck a test case for John Coyne of trie C andO railroad the extent of the the lymph consists of a glycerine ex- Assistant Spcia Agent Murray on the condiA dropped dead at the round house Lex- Â¬ from cellar to pi rrvt An explosion of ascertaining in the seal iblands of Alaska of natural pas Sunday afternoon complete Inited States rights under the law of tract derived from the pure cultivation tion ion affairs Heart disease is supposed to be mo of Senator Plunib to reconsider the bill ington All manner of Blood diseases from the tubercle Prof Koch ly cleaned the luiildinp out It is nations in Behrinp Sea I think it will of the publishingbacilli months a says passed to establish the Record ard Pension Of the cause of his death He was thirty pestiferous little boil on your nose to Since two prove a mistake on the part of the Cana fice of the War Department was defeated Mr owned by Ancil K Marvin and was five years of age the worst cases of inherited blood d on January 1 by Andrews dian minister of Justice to seek a decis Â¬ results of my experiments with the new Stewart offered a proposed amendment ot his Aunt Mary Jones colored died at taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Messrs Allen and proposition llros of lYnnsyvnnia It is a foxir ion from the Supreme Court The ease remedy for tuberculosis many physi Coc kren spoke in advocacy of free coinage Mr North Middletown Ilourbon County Catarrh and story brick building SOx iOO feet with of Foster against Xeilson which will cians who received the preparation nave Allen has the tioor for to morrow few days ago She was undoubtedly a stone frontage A few mhuitty be found in Peters Reports t and that b en enabled to become acquainted m itli 1ci tsf Itr Dockery rising to a nuesion or the oldest person in the county S after oclock Mr Marvin lighted the of 1hilips against Payne in Vol of its properties thiough I their own ex pTtrilOffUL ofWed a resolution reciting the fact known to be over one hundred years of the Supreme Court Reports show that periments So far as have been able of the reference of his silver poo resolution age and came originally from Virginia u the dining Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed to the Committee and the tree The cooks annoameed dinner and the in questions such as this the court U to review the statements published and it ia that eommifee bidoa Rules to report fact Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Articles of incorporation of the Lex refused letter my that and directing the Committee on Rulesthe ington Turf Club were filt d for record guests and boarders were prenattring to bound to follow in the construction of communications re to same indications have been fully and com report the resolution to the House for consldor a few days ago The executive board the political depart repair to the dining roctn when a ter- treaties be fesseral con aticn Mr Dingley Me made the point that rific explosion which shook the entire ment of the Government and no opinion pletely eon Biased consists of president Milton Young is of opinion is that the remedy the resolution d d not involve a question of Â¬ city took place six of the nine waiter will be obtained therefore at variance privilege The chair decided that the matter first vice president George Denny secIt will has a specific effect upon the tubcrcnhir ahojld be disposed of by the House and he ond vice president 11 J Treacy secre- Â¬ girls were in the rom with Marvin with Mr liluines contention One of the girls Miss Kate Walters be seen upon very slight considerate n tissues and is therefore applicable a theefore submitted the question as to whether tary and treasurer Julius Monks gov aged thirty of BoUrar X Y was in- Â¬ of the subject that it would never do a delicate and sure reagent for dis- or not the pending resolution was one of privi ernors Louis Straus James C Murphy 14 nays 80 The House stantly killed hy falling debris MKs to permit one department of the Gov- Â¬ covering latent and diagnosing donbt lege the question decided yeas privilege The t J 1 Sellers S C Lyne and T Logan was one of tha ful tuberculosis processes Besnud Ella Johnson of Kindlay was knocked ernment to place itself in direct antag They have about two hunoreii House adopted a resolution providing for a Hocker down and had lnith jaws broken onism to another and especially would ing the curative effect of the remonmtttee of Ave to inrestiirata the members H L Rowe is engaged in it be destructive to permit the views of edy most reports agree that despite the arejel eo ineetlon of members of Congress In draw mir the nlans for a new building The physicians say that she can r that department which is responsible comparatively short duration of its ap sllv r pools not recover Tour girls other the contemplated cost of which is 10 WASHntGTON Jan 18 iars Mr Morwere blown to the opposite for the maintenance of the sovereign plication many patients have shown gan on behalf of Mr CoqulttScgave notice of an 000 or 812000 more or less pronoanced improvement of the strc t They were badly rights of the Xation to be over ridden A colored woman about sixty years amendment to the financial bill atolishtng the to which It has been affirmed that ii not a few tax on State banks The Senate then resumed of age the wife of Henry Lewis fell bruised but not seriously injured One by another department You eases even a cure has been established consideration of the tlnnnciil bill and was adof them Miss Ella Nearls was sweep Â¬ no such responsibility attaches into the fire and was burned to death at ing at the time of the explosion She will find the principle on which the Su- Standing quite by itself is the assertion dressed Bf Mr Sherman egainal free coinage Curdsville Daviess County a few days preme Court proceeds so fully stated in that the remedy may not only be dan Â¬ After speak ng about our hours Mr Sherman ago The husband was away at work was blown over sixty feet When applause gerous in cases which have advanced too resimed his seat amid considerable and spoke picked up her clothing was nearly torn the two cases to which I have referred the time a saw mill then far a fact which may forthwith Ik- - con Mr Aiison coinage took th floorMr Alilncn at The surveyatof the Henderson State that you will see that the Mini ter of against free followed by off but she still held to the bcxKan it actually promotes and Mr McConnell but also that Mr Marvin was badly burned abort Justice can not get on on the lines upon Line railroad has reached a point conng there HorsE Mr McKinley O asked unanimous siderably beyond Delaware Da which he has set out and if the court the tulierculous p the head and arms but m i 1 consent lo tke up immediately the Senate bill A number of riously the guests were to entertain the case he would fore injurious During the six weeks The people along the line are lo of Laeutonant Gneral of County to bring to relve the graobjections who were in their rooms were only succeed in having the contention myself had opportunity The were her further experiences touch- the army but la Committee of made Whole quite enthusiastic and are subscribing of the Secretary of state confirmed House then wont badly shaken up the Several of them ing the curative effects and the diag IMr Dingle Me in the chair on the army liberally to the stock received slight injuries l rarlc Iound Tom Baiiky a prisoner held in the nostic application of the remedy in the appropriation bill After debate Mr islands stone the clerk who was entering the GOES THBOTJGH A WINDOW county jail at Covington for felony amendment was defeated 83 to 11 An amend 150 sufferers from tuliercu case of alxiut dining room as the explosion occurred Lifeless bv form of a Nephew of General Lew losis of the most varied tyies in this ment offered of Mr Williams O on to prohibit made his escape the other night in a was struck by a table and kno pay by an officer th the retired Wallace Discovered On n Street In St city and in the Moabit Hospital lean list Irwingin receipt of any other salary from daring manner He sawed the liars out w h ile down He is ndly bruised The tables Taul only say that every thinp I have latter- Â¬ the Government wis adopted without a of a window in the second story of the and chairs in the dining room as well Walter Lethers a nephew of General Â¬ division After a long debate which took a jail and leaped out falling a distance of as the side of the building were blown Lew Wallace was picked up in a life ly seen accords with iny previous ob- wide range during which Mr Lodge IMaivi forty five feet He got away before the servations There has Ken nothing to paid his respects to Mr Stone iMo and withacross the street All the windows in less condition from the ground in the modify in what I before reported As out completing the reading of the bill the com alarm could be given It is the first atthe adjoining buildiDps were broken rear of Lyons court on Ninth street tempt of the kind that ever has been long as it was only a question of prov- Â¬ mit lee arose The leak that caused the oxmo St Paul Friday morning successful there He was ing the accuracy of iny indications it UASBrxGTon Jan 14 Sihate The Sen sion has mot yet been discovered immediately taken to his room and fif Â¬ Rkresestative Wiisox introduced was needless for any one to know ate proceeded to tho consideration of the flnan- but is believed to be in tie teen minutes later died without hav what the remedy contained or whence cial bill immediately after the reading of the bill in the House to divide the State of cellar Marvin who owns the ha After debate the free coinage sect on Kentucky into two Judicial districts Journal ing regained consciousness A broken Â¬ is worth over S100000 His loss will be window indicated that he had jumped it was derived On the contrary sub was passed by a vote of yeas 13 nays 20 Mr The bill is almost identical with one in- sequent testintr would necessarily be Stewart moved io strike out Section 4 of the fully Bo 000 The losof Andrews Urns through the sash He was a man twenty-last session but which inure unbiased the less people know of Finsnce Committees bill being the proposition troduced by him reported will be folly 5000 The hnikUngi from the comyears of age and came to St the reined six Sow after sufficient torthe Issue of 00AJ0 of two percent bonds has not yet been contents were fully insured against fire Paul alout two years ago He to buy up outstand ng bonds Carried yeas IS mittee confirmatory testing the importaa 19 Mr Pumi move to Insurance mer Mrs Maroaret Joiinsox wife of first chief clerk in the office of the St the remedy is proved iny next task is nays section of the bill Agreed strike out tb a Orst to without not be collected ns The Paul and Duluth Railroad Company fell on the ice to extend my of the remedy d vision This section aravtssi for the pur- Colonel F Y Johnson other hotels threw en their doom to Which position he resigned a short a the field where ii has hitheit been chase of twelve million ounces of silver at the at Lexington the other morning and the guests and the Marvin the pride of Mr Piumb moved to strike out broke both bones in her left arm and ago to one with applied and if possible to apply the market price take the second section il mitin the compulsory re sustained a compound fracture findlav is closed Two waitresaea are the Northern Pacific railroad as dead three other persons were danirt r rate clerk in their general offices in St principle underlying the discovery to quirement or deposit of bonds of National Mr A A Kitmilikrs residence Lexother diseases Agreed to without division banks to tloOfli oufcly injured and four seriously hurt was robbed of over 8500 in Paul The last person who saw young The bill was then reported to the Senate and ington the amendments made in committee of the money and jewelry No one was at The Air Ship Sail to Be Finished Lethers alive was Dr tluniey at whose GOLD IN INDIANA The Senate then took home except a small child at the time office he appeared Thursday and askeil At last the air ship is a fact The whole were acreed t up the Elections bill by a vote of I4 to XL A Louisville Symlii it Laaaei lavanl for a dose of bromide Dr Guraey said model is complete and work It will Constable Cody arrested Tom Trum HCCSE In the House to day Mr Mansur of Tracts of Land of bro be taken to Chicago Saturday and ex Â¬ Missouri introduced for reference a bill to baugh at Erlanger a few days ago for that he had administered do Considerable excitement has ln cn oc mide to the deceased on many occasions hibited in the Exposition Building The throw open the Cheroke Sinp The Army ap the murder of Brehema Wyad at Gray casioned in Kinlv township Scott before and thought nothing serious buoyancy chamber is twenty four feet prop nation hi was p isseil and the House then stone on December 23 Trumbaugh ty Ind over the alleged discovery of would result into long and six and a half feet in diam went ot committee of the whole on the Dis- was working on Captain juinlens congold on the farms of Chris Sides lias trict ter The ship with its propellers rud- - debate Columbia appropriation bU Pending struction train at the time of the murthe committee rose en motion of Mr and Dave Hartle E R Stewart INDIAN GUNS der etc is thirty feet in length The Thocipson iO and a bill was passed increas- der Win Kiehey It is claimed that several inventors have a contract with James ing y 150X the limit of cost of the public Tata ruins of the Rndd Flouse at Ow different valuable mineral are to be Will Be Cheeked In and Out an Needed A Fanning and others to exhibit it for building at Portsmouth O ensboro will be replaced by a 850000 The War In Over found there and the four first named WaaWjawtOH Jan 15 Senate Mr Evarts hotel The twelve weeks They are to receive spoko In advocacy of the General Miles has triumphed gentlemen have leased their lands to election hill Mr nK It is to By around in th greatest Indian problem of half a cen- Â¬ Pknsions for Kentucky James DaHoar gave not ce he would ask the Senate to i ate of Louisville gentlemen The position Building and carry two passen remain in session to morrow until the bill was vis Newport John Fink Walton Wm The locality of these lands is in the region tury has been solved the commanding gers t will go to Chicago by express aansassi of Mr Diwes inroduced a rsolu A Green Louisville John T Adkins absolute sut has known from early pioneer history as General of received to a all the chiefs who have been A car is being changed at Mt tarmel ton looking joint disarmament of the Indians Patesville John G Langhlan Burgin mission Silver Hills or the celebrated Pigeon resolution suspending for anThe disturbing leaders among the Hrules 111 for that purpose as it can not be otherSenatefrom March 29 next the act requir- Wm C Purley Frankfort Benj Wood year Roost massacre on Pigeon Uoost Washington Henry Botts Mt SterThe reds are pocketed in a ravine with- Â¬ put in a car door ing stenmers to carry life saving applances creek was reported and placed on the calendar Mr ling James T Gee Thompkinsville in two miles of Iine Ridge Agency Heavy Haul by Postal Thieves Koch s Lymph for Hospitals Maaaatsaa Introduced a bill to establish a Thomas Buckles Nolin William H with troops on all sides of them A special from Key West 11a says branch mint at Omaha Neb and Mr McCon A printed postal card received in New Kicking Hear Short Hull and Two Lovett Milldale Alex Hayes shrews ncltone for a mint at Boise City Idaho York Sunday from Dr Koch says in ef Strike now say the war is over and they that the safe in the post office there was Frederick Worker Covington Ilor-i-Tfree coinage bill was received burg fect that he will not send the lymph to are willing to do just as Miles orders blown open by thieves early WednesÂ¬ from ihe Senate and referred to the Coinage Samuel Sutton Williamsburg Daniel individual physicians but will do so to The General has told them that in fu- - day morning and S iOO in money Committee Ths Speaker announced the ap Wilson Jamestown Geo W Jackson hospitals where the patients can be un Â¬ ture they w ill not be robbed but on tho stamps etc stolen besides the con- - pointment of the following committee to Inves Jr Tompkinsville Marshall Burtrum tigate the silver pool question Messrs Dlng- der observation all the time and the ef otiier hand they will get absolutely hon- Â¬ tents of twenty four registered letters Salyersviile 11 Iiync Rowell Peel and Oates Ad- Garrison James Dykes Pleasant J no s c by L Baler of Barnwell A written fect of the lymph watched est treatment at the hands of the War Richard J Hurkill Point journed that the lymph may bo Department represented at Pine Ridge trade a baker has been arrested on Jackson Lmrierton Moses Deering ion His chum John line is ellWashington- aJan 16 Senate a Mr Mitch- Beaver Chris P Jones obtained through the Government Agency by Captain Pierce Little Wound Iiletown bill provlJlng introduced temporary mem for Alaska On motion Kefern Miss missing i The amount of money in the Wollbridge Jamestown can not get into the agency Francis M Forty Victims of the Earthquake letters is supposed to bo of Mr Dots tlH73appropriating Wm Kran Sickles has sert messengers for him f the destruction Ill OuO for early completion cf te work for the he Thos Clarkson Big Creek las HamilLest wrought by the severe eartlniiake in There will be probably no right and prov ment of th mouth of the Columbia river denburg Travelers Harbourville Win Tunstall Red Oregon and s5oK for the early completion ton The Black Death Algeria on the loth inst have been re- within forty eight hours a portion A dispatch from Tobolisk says tho of tho canals aad locks at the cascades of the Oak Thos C Lylthall Patesville John ceived hire The towns of liouraya of the military may get orders to move Oregon from the black Columbia river lea Thewas taken was then Manly Sunny Side John T Freedo and VillelKiurg were practically de away General Miles has considered terrible scourge known as calendar stroyed by the shocks ajd forty w I aaai several plans for disarming the hostiles death has reached the city of Tobolsk taken up and a halt dozen private pension Henderson Wm Fair Green Grove were killed by the falling of w ails The The one which strikes him the most the capital of West Siberia The whole bills were passed Conference reports on the John Coombs Hopkinsville lnes M uildings at Mankota Minn widow of Jacob A Craig Burlington amount of damage done to property is favorably is to have them turn in their of Asiatic Russia from Samarkand to It n or public Sioux ard at Falls 8 D tlOOOOO through their chiefs ticketed re- Â¬ the mouth of the Obi is mffering from A skeleton found in Louisville the estimated at CM to The elections led ceiving a check for them then when the scourge Thousands are dying at bill was lakes upand agreed debate carried into other day may lead to the explanation and the THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY TOR Revolt in Chill Spreading the want to go hunting or to a Seven of a mysterious disappearance Obdorsk near the mouth of the Obi the nipjbt s sslon A dispatch from ltuenos Ayres says killinsr thev can present their checks owing to the lack of physicians It HorR Mr Dlngley of Maine from the years ago Charles Bell who was a prothat the revolt in Chili is spreading and get their arms and when it is aeeaaa almost hopeless to try to check Silver Pool Committee reported a resolution duce dealer living near the city disap-Â¬ giving that committee leave to sit during the peared rapidly The insurgents are very ener- return them again This would be a the spread of the fearful disc Nothing has been heard of him essons of the House and granting It power to since getic and are said to be managing their gnition of their property right His uncle Thomas Semple who SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS conduct the investigation outside of Washing campaign in a very skillful manner Banker Perln Joins the Gang ton if deemed desirable Adoped The House had come into possession of Bells propc SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Leonard lerin the wealthy New then went into committee of the whole Mr erty the other day dug up a skeleton in They appear to be possessed of large STOLEN BY GYPSIES London Wis banker was Thursday Allen ot Michigan in the chair on tha his stable which corresponds to Bells resources and the issue according to A I ad Kseapea A Tier Remaining- a Pris convicted of complicity in the Hurley District of Columbia appropriation bill height It is believed Bell was mur- the dispatch is very doubtful oner With the Wanderer- - Tor Six tears Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book bank robbery of September 1880 Mr No progress was made with the bill and tha deried for money Killed by Apaches Three months ago a boy giving his lerin was charged with receiving and committee havirr arisen the House took a 8 oclock the evening session to Near Crab Orchard Mrs Jane Mul- Apaches have killed Chiquita Smith age as U years made his appearance at disposing of a part of the 10000 stolen sststss unil in Morses Canyon Ariz Lieutenant the home of Henry Wiekel a farmer from the bank His BOB Ihelps lerin be for tho consideration of private pension lins shot and killed her son Henry ninebills teen years old lie had come home Clark is in close pursuit of them Smith near Elkhart Ind and stated that ho and E W Baker of Iromwood Mich Washington Jan IT Senate Tha Friday from the town in a hilarious mood and was killed in his house and horribly had just escaped from gypsies who are serving five year terms for the rob ate continu d until 6 p m FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Saturday the trmbing consumed by speeches picking np his mothers mutilated Nine rciiesrades were seen had stolen him from his home six bery on amendments proposed to the elec foster child was tossing it in the air and voes in that neighborhood recently and the years before and had kept him pris ILL- 104 MAIN STREET tions till Mr Alurich gave noliee ho wonld His mother commanded him to put the Fatal Boiler nxpiosion Mr Wiekel wont to murder is supposed to have been com- Â¬ Oner ever since introduce th cloture resolution Tuesday There child down and when he refused picked mitted by Usees The boiler of the Hamilton Mills own- will be a Republican caucus Monday night town and reported the matter to Marshal up a musket to compel him The boy Coleman who questioned the boy and ed by the Bolen Bros six miles east of Hotf R Messrs Grosvenor and Butterworth seized the gun a struggle ensued in Cargo of Mongolians Silk and Rice rhe State of unship Abyssinia arrived at Van- Â¬ learned from him that he thought Albany Athens County O exploded defendedfrom the charge Ohio and the city of Cin- which the gun was discharged killing made by the Democrats been stolen from Marion instantly killing Edward Jacob the cinnati a days from China he had couver B aegroes Ind and that his fathers name was engineer and seriously injuring six that tho civil rights and suffrage of Candlerwere the boy abridged therein Representative and Japan with eiirht cabin pahsengcrs of The Warren County Wheel has in- nt to the post- other persons including MontevUle Bo Massachusetts cnatrman oi ine select com Hale A letter was ninety nii renty dap dorsed Dr Clardy for Governor with master at Marion with instructions to len one of the proprietors liuuitoiii lib t oriu srsir iu uy presented to Hon Cassius Clay ese Her two thousand tons of cargo Jr as second choice the House the report ot the sub committee that hand it to some person named Hale and consist chiefly of silk and rice Amono the offenders convicted at the went to Chicago to examine ino the condition Escaped Convict Fatally Shot in response a letter came to Llkhart HAS T1IK relation to Juan Castillo one of the convicts of realtors there inthat in thethe Worlds Fait recent term of the Inited States Court Indians Under Ferfvt Control Wednesday from the father of the boy expenditure ol at Frankfort was one lad who will not The report says w as cap- Â¬ public money the powers assumed Captain Huggins at Army Headquarexpressing intense satisfaction over the who broke jail November la bv the more than hall a century Ihe name of Freeman has Wednesday when leaving Gila Worlds Columbian Commission had produced be eleven years old until next April He ters Sunday night received a telegram recovery of the lost boy and enclosing tured your He was confusion as well as caused unnecessary ex waa found guilty of robbing the poet- Dont you recolle before the public from Lieutenant Maus of General money for a ticket for him so the lad Bend Ariz by Officer Perrin money which had beea la- Miles staff saying that all is quiet and was sent to his home on the first train well armed and resisted arrest He j fnditum of public to pay tlie expenses of tha omce at Fincastle Lee County of 531 at Freemans I Congress used to have his boots and shoes made House of that the Indians appear to be under per- Â¬ The letter contained no particulars of was shot through the leg and will tende 97 exhibit and not to pay excessive and was sent to thefive years Correction Government FINEST LINE OF at Washington for probably die because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his fect control to the officers of the Commission the kidnaping of the boy salaries Patrick Digax a lineman on the Now Freeman continues News Items pocketbouk and his ideas of value Steamship Project Abandoned Chesapeake and Ohio railroad was faOeorgc Baxcrntl Dsai An Interesting Experiment At tie meeting of the House Commit- tally injured while aiding in lifting a Ban The ven The statement is made by John T to make boots and shoes He also has a first daa line ot As vines in sandy soil are not attacked croft died in Washington Saturday Spreckels that owing to the slow pro Â¬ tee on post oihees anl post roads Fri- pole on that road three miles from le phylloxera the Hungarian GovCUSTOM MADE HOOTS AND BBOBB in stock and cat day a motion to posl pone indefinitely Lexington He slipped and in falling afternoon in his ninety- The ernment will place 3000 families of gress of the subsidy bill before Coi the further consideration of the postal the pole feU on him breaking his back Â¬ in Worcester wili interment all sizes in all grades viticulturists in the sandy tract le the project to establish a line of steam telegraph bill was defeated by a vote oi and mashing in his face and fracturing Mass where i tween Delliblat and the Danube ers lietween San Francisco and Tahiti Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES ine uding seven to seven The motion therefore his right arm He was brought to St They will be enhonsed at Government via Honolulu has lieen abandoned Fight over until the next meeting The Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every vhere Joseph Hospital in Lexington and the foes expense and wiil receive 140 florins a In the fight between Jack Dcmpsey year per family till the vines shall come The Bureau of American Republics physicians say he will die Lymph on a Physician Effect of the ap Call at No 2 First Street and Fitz simmons at New Orleans into bearing The wine cellars will Ixj A company has been organized at is informed that the Government oi Dr E Soller a physician of Paris Dempsey was at Versohitz The colony will be has just recovered from an illness of Bolivia has decided to have 200000 in Shelbyville for the manufacture of ice Wednesday evening AND knocked out in the thirteenth round called Fejerfalva in honor of M Kejer three weeks which he attributes to the it silver pieces coined in The stock has all been taken and steps The new middleweight champion is the Secretary of State who produced injection of a quantity of the Koch the mints of the inited Mates are being taken to have the plant in V B CARH C T VVELL8 looked upon as a wonder mate Mr successful operation by spring The Of all men ta the plan The doctor used the lymph lymph company is composed of the best busi is the hardest for i He Evarts upon himself aa an experiment Earthquake In Canada WoodrutTi Bondsmen Will Settle ness men of that place has no recollection of any thing that stenographer to rs m A sharp shock of earthquake was felt Treasurer Woodruffs bonds occurred during the early days of his State Snldle at the Half Century Hark Governor Thayer surrenders at Brockville Oat Wednesday morn men held a meeting at Little Rock illness cele- Â¬ August Arndt of Neenah Wis In accordance with the action of the ing It sounded more like the crack- Â¬ Ark and decided to make good tho brated his fiftieth birthday by blowing Board of Public Lands and Buildings Guilty of Pension rauds ling of bsxildings during a severe frost shortage in the Treasurers accounts of Nebraska Hon Henry A Aiirer member of his brains out with a revolver at 7 oclock ex Governor Thayer than the usual rami Major WixidrufT turned over to his Thursday morning surrendered posse a sureties sufficient property to save the Legislature from Calhoun County Friday evening Important Project rt at sion of the executive apartments but RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD them from any loss The deficit amounts was tried in the Inited Tiro Inches of Snow in Alabama A secret convention of delegates from to 594000 Governor Boyd has Parkersbnrg W Va on five i Two inches of snow fell at Sheffield under protest TlieOnlv Coal Yard jel Town all the Southern States is in session at taken possession of the rooms ments for fraud in pension matters Ala Friday Death Warrant Read Atlanta Oa to secure a direct line Alliger was found guilty on four indict- of steamships to ply between Bruns- Â¬ At Edensburg Pa Wednesday mornwick and Liverpool ing the death warrant was read to Har- Â¬ Only a square from the Ccnrt bouae Lteutenant Mann Diet of His Wound Not Lump and Anthracite ry Marsh the murderer of pretty Clara You dont have to send oat to Convicted of Heresy Lieutenant James I Mann Seventh U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Leavening Power Highest of all in who died in defense the depot Rev J It J Milligan on trial for Price of Gallitzin Cavalry V 8 A died at Fort Riley Marsh was af- heresy was found gnilty Wednesday of her honor Young the fate that he Thursday morning from the effect of a and bemoaned Presbytery by the P afternoon wound received at the battle of Wound Â¬ Coal DeliTcred tc h poor to appeal to the Board of Put cf in Church of the Reformed ed Knee creek Pardons Parts of the City To All The trial of Lev McClurkin on tho Violated the Lottery Lav same charge will be taken up Thurs- Â¬ Soft Coal and Anthracite Kcrfier In Ati Infirmary York Edward B Horner day The convicted minister will ap-Â¬ At eba- - banker representing foreign TraYNOR for peal to 11 Synod ilue McKlK Debts Not and Lniip Coal r violating and eript tlomnalsory Insurance icaten to the new anti lottery law an Reich deatb Thi open at Myers old lumber j in the Chattannogas Mayor Dead Left st Whites Drug Store Chena A Tray nor stag has ado next to eJeeood Presuyteria Solui H John A Han insurance bill or Powers Grocery eaiiiiK lime worn Quickest delivery lu town Lowest Co Tenn died su id for bv Owen Me Kef compulse Drug Store will --eceive ped tl le colts April 14 1890 0 T TOU8 CO tural s OWEN McKEE Hotol Blown to the Four Winds The Professor Describes the Corn position of His Bemody a high authority on AT COST Purely rf CUBES Â¬ Boots and Shoes SKIN QdHCER 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Haying decided to discontinue the Boot and Shoe Department of my business Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIB down at PRIME COST O OTS Â¬ Â¬ T S Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ AND Â¬ Â¬ Now is Your Chance Â¬ -- H i sty to get whatever you want in the Boot and Shoe line for little monev Â¬ 1 Â¬ EVERY PAIR WILL BE SOLO Â¬ 1 Â¬ AND AT STRICTLY COST I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flfstsaSKeniember tliit COST means what they cost me Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 - H J STRENG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 TAR OID PILES TPX R v Â¬ VALISES C Â¬ PILES Â¬ - Â¬ PRICE 50 CENTS CHICAGO O I D SOK P ABSOLrUTELY jFURK three-year-o- ld TAR OID CO Â¬ Â¬ FREEMAN Â¬ FOIl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery Â¬ Dempsey-Fiti-slmmo- Â¬ HEATHS Trotting Horse Outfits Â¬ Â¬ OAL YARUC TWELLSC0 Coal All Kinds of Â¬ say tfeB2 S3X ABSOIXHTEi Y PURE DELIVERED u Tto o n 3D ES - THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing 1 Jackson Democrat it is not too much to 180 say that the Cleveland Democrat who is GM true to the principles he professes is the rightful heritor of the name and tradi- Â¬ Editor Mr Clevelands admirable speech at tions of both The oldest Established business withthe Jackson banquet in Philadelphia on IU VIDNODAT BY out change of firm in Richmond Twen-tv-oner Be Cured Deafaess Cant the 8th of January in response to the years of a reasonably successlul Co empha- Â¬ By local applications at they cannot business leads me to reflect as to the past True Democracy sentiment I can not help sises and illustrates the contrast presentWlllTF ClIAS SPoWKLL reach the diseased portion of the ear There as well a the future and my most sincere thanks to the ed to day between the attitude and ten is only one way to cure deafness and that but tender Madison and adjoining counties people of PRH 150 Deafness - for their ever ready kindness and most dencies of the two great parties Mr is by constitutional remedies II n YEAR THE FINANCIAL SITUATION Cleveland spoke of the enduring nature caused by inflamed condition of the mucous liberal patronage and wish to announce any Wedncsiav - - January 21 1691 of the true Democratic principles formulining of the Eustachian Tube When this for 1891 that my facilities far exceed Shaw investment bankers I have now in Fisher efforts bv Jack- tube gets inflamed you have rumbling of my previous lated by Jefferson and applied stock bv far the largest finest colorings Baltimore in a communication addressed son WinclKWr Cumnier- and their applicability to the ques- sounds or imperfect hearing and when it and most varied in quality from the cheapSince to the editor of The Climax says Viiient money from tions and issues of today equally with is entirely closed Deafness is the result est to the finest hand made our last circular was issued a marked imho prviKjse to those of Jeffersons and Jacksons time and unless the inflammation can be taken provement has taken place in financial aflo Thev are the essential bed rock lirinci- - out and this tube restored to its normal fairs In fact the change for the better of popular representative govern tban hearing will be destroy ed for- Â¬ condition has lieen more rapid and greater than we ment in their application to a mixed sys ever nine cases out often are caused by The liquidation had reason to expect an inflamed Main of the patterns and coloring of mv tem like ours which divides the powers legun in December the measures adopt- Â¬ and duties of government under the re- catarrh which is nothing but All at 25 percent own special designs condition of the mucous surfaces ed by the banks at different points to in this cilv for less than ever offered strictions of a written constitution lie We will give One Hundred Dollars strengthen themselves and the large dh tween the governments of the States and any case of Deafness fcaused bv catarrh that PICTURE FRAMES ueiits for dividends since the first Mr the government of the Union that we cannot cure by taking Halls Ca- Â¬ half the popu instant have all had the beneficial effect CURTAIN POLES Cleveland shows that there is not a safe- tarrh Cure Send for circulars free of affording comparative ease to the loan guard of the authority of the Union of WINDOW SHADES FJ CHENEY CO Toledo O market The better feeling has already the rights of the States or of those of the Sold by all Druggists 30 33 shown itself by an improvement in the C MOULDINGS individual citizen and the people at large frllT M llT A tOFf ltWIS TO M demand for good investment bonds many which true Democracy does not recog Louisville an prices the KKNrWLH Tobacco Market Stock the largest but the purest low best of which have proved attractive at the nize and enforce It ia equally opposed By and nothing UluVCt lower prices prevailing Ordinarily the Iiirreit luiville lobuccu handle as factory agent for some of the brands tional and to dan legislation it con Tortagas Janaary inquiry for securities aoea not largest Paint Manufacturers such as cedes no right in the government to disSales on our market for the week hist begin much before the tenth of the tribute favors among its citizens but de closed amount to 2oJo hhds with receipts OIL VAUNISHES month so that the present movement is mands and insists upon equality in legis- for the same period of 1954 hhds Sales MIXED PAINTS due to those who are hastening to secure on our market since January 1st amount lation in taxation in the administration COLORS D3Y IN OIL to 5575 hhds Sales of the crop of 189O An advance bonds at reasonable figures and enforcement of the laws aad equal on our market to date 2 02 hhds THITDOW CLASS fcc from the lowest point both in this market This has lieen another week of large justice to all sections interests and All guaranteed at city prices with an un aad in New York has already occurred - and to all men Such was Mr sales with a remarkably strong and act ve equaled slock to select lrom How- All I ask is On the other hand stocks have been comAlthough the maiket for new burlev Jeffersons political ideal and such the new burlev crop is coming forward freely a fair chance for your trade and it I can paratively neglected twelve of the most system of government which be and his prices have been fully maintained through- not suit von for less than others then It il aruiameul active lieing lower at the end than at the to establish The par- out the entire week and closed with a certainly I can not expect your trade As In railroad colaborers sought ever your obedient servant lieginning of Decenilier ty which professes these principles and strong and active demand for the medium I the landing of our Iilgrin Fathers ImjihIs only the gilt edged are toeing One hogshead of good and tine grades When Bishop Hare returned to Sioux songht after There is no great disposi strives faithfully and earnestly to prac- new burlev was sold this week as high as at Plymouth Kix k tice them is aad mast be aa long as the jf50 per 100 being the highest price of ell known to the public at KaJlo on December 1 after visitiug severnor will tion to speculate in the fancies low of New Mexico is an al ulian l iid gathering news there be until confidence in the stability fabric of the peoples government stands the year The common grades are unThe position of old burley remains t ro- - arid country that is a eointry in from all the Sioux Indian country he of rates shall have been restored The the peoples patty and in the best and changed which for want of regular rains during said that he had yet to learn of a single new agreement made between the various broadest sense of the word a national Southern E B The following quotations fairly repre- Louisville i insult Eloarat crops car not be the grown much less of violence railroad companies is expected to bear party sent our market for burley tobacco The national Republican party as it Trash Iark or damaged tobacco 200 without irrigation but which offered to any teacher or missionary in good results in this direction Municipal ETV G Ry Co Lessee that t lie whenever water is applied In artificial any of the litv odd stations scattered all securities also shared in the general de calls itself and wishes to be considered to 350 Colory Trash 400 to Soo It A fertile mil prodne- over the disturbed districts in Suth Da cline when pressed upon the market was purely sectional in its origin mean- - be colory 3 50 to Jj 00 Common Lugs not He divides the Sioux into two Prices in some instances showed a fall of came into existence at the North w hen and it is a fact which has been Colory Lugs JS00 to 14 00 Short Line to the North and the old whig party disheartened by deCommon Leaf 7 00 to 0 00 l ighly demonstrated hundreds classes- - tlie good Indians who are from 5 to 10 per centum As the restoraNorthwest oo to Jiooo feat and divided by factions disappear Medium to Good Leaf be will that land in New Mexico w hich quiet submissive and in part at least tion of confidence pr is natural Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 ed from the political arena aa a national in a state of nature is of the most arid Christianised who send their children to to presume that a gradual recovery will Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 33 00 Time Table in Effect December 4th 1890 and unproductive character v ill under school and are Open to religious instruc- ensue although the former high figures at organization The anti slavery agitation which reached its height during the ad- - LITE STOCK MAESET EEPOET - ready who hav which municipal Inonds were sold were ient supply of water received from tion and the evil Indians Leare Arrive Daily tDaily tx Sun of President Buchanan had Richm no Rtchm nd ion ditches yield fuh twice as been caught by the Messiah craze and greatly due to forced and unwise OOSape ministration KMBKV By jREKNE divided both the old parties at the North Li r Stock ComiiilKsion 4 ili Merchants nl Cluclu Nicholasvitle Versailles much corn er acre as the bast lands in whose enmity baa beea fostered against tition But as one mans good is another natl Uuiou Block Yards and Covluglon Shelbyville LouisviHe - where the uncertain supply of the whites by such chiefs as Sitting Bull mans evil cities were fortunate enough to and free soil whigs joined hands with Mtock Yards with and Lexington through cars without clouds is depended upon This circum- - since killed Kicking Bear and Shoit profit by it in floating their four and five free soil Democrats in the formation of a IKKHAPS IIASTIU DOSE change between Richnew party the corner stone of who se poken in conniption with the Bull and their followers Bishop Hare ier cent loans mond and Louisville It may be some time beSHIPPING CATTLE 65 A M 945 r M Â¬ Accommodation ror Verhat the leading industries of the charges that it is these bad Indians who fore many places may le able to obtain litical trued was opposition to the introCincinnati Ohio Jan 19 1S01 sailles and f 33c P M duction of slavery into the Territories Shelbycountry are and always must be mining have beea keeping up the excitement of loans on such a low Good to Extra 4 75 From Louiville 4 6o ville Lexington Lawand the administration of any new Fair to Good rowing and cattle raising employ the ghost dances and while he declares 4 50 4 35 rencebtlrg Versailles A The anxious attention of Fistern finan2 75 Nicholasville 3 50 t 00 r M age niiinUrs of men who are all that the cause of alarm has been greatly ciers is still directed to Washington and States in which slaveholding was toler-Â¬ Common and Rough ot 4 j Oxen 3 75 ated bv law Any intention to interfere Good to Extra Maps Rates Schedule and other informa it is largely owing to the Berated the iin produeers in an agricultural a ueral hope is that the masterly in- Â¬ 2o Fair to Good Oxen 3 00 tlcn write or call on A N BFRRY crn- - and who must always be supplied with fact that at critical piints in the Indian activity pursued thus far during the pres- - with the institution of slavery within Common and Rough Ticket Agent I 751 2 25 Richtn ul Ky the States where it already existed w lis ibly their bread and provisions by the limit country new and iaexperienced agents J J FARNsWORTH Div Pass Agt anoaof Congress mav continue unBUTCHER CATTLE 316 Fourth street Louisville Ky ay be gricuttural districts of t le country are in charge who know little of Indians til the end of the term or as long as the earnestly and no doubt honestly dis4 0015 4 S claimed It was in no sense an almli Good to Extra well enables a man who cultivate the soil to ami the wav of dealing w ith them Still Force Bill and the proposed silver legislaFair to Good 3 658 3S realize more clear money froii ten acres be Bays there is no telling what wild In tion are lieing considered The one is tionist party and for failing to be such it Extra Fat Steers 3 sort 3 75 was roundly denounced by the extreme Fur to Good Steers iotial in this teirilory than can 35 realized by dians niav do when roused up by a aimed at one of the richest sections of our of slavery lloyd Garrison Good to Extra Cows Opponent 5 3 - fro insert a ii one hun Â¬ of wrong and a conviction that the time country and is an attempt upon the free Â¬ -7 and others The Fair to Good Cows me to recover by a desperate effort dom of our institutions while the other Wendell Phillips dred to sixtv acres This as been de sjofi 2 00 Common Cows nn to the public monstrated time and again and although their old wild freedom and the delight of is framed in the inten st of a few million- course of events rather than any preÂ¬ Rough Cows and Oxen 001 25 conceived intention of its leaders shap The danger is the greater if aires or so called silver kings who wish Mount of lalmr necessary acre for the chaseBULLS only ach more with irrigation than natural passion is stimulated as in the to find a market in the United States ed the subsequent policy of the Repub- Â¬ Best Shipping 3 25 NEW BUGGIES 3 oo ivate without the net results in view of the present cise by a religious delirium The Treasury for a product which is rejected lican party The secession of the South2 Best Bologna 35i 2 50 2 35 ern States gave the Hepublican party an Fair Bologna to ttttclld local advantages enjoyed by the New precautionary measures were therefore as a standard of value by the most civil NEW PHOTONS 2 Oultt 1 10 opportunity to enlarge its platform and Fair to Good Feeders justiiied Mexico farmer are largely in his favor The Hpokaae Fafla Pitaa to ized nations These people care only for OUj I 60 I Common and Thin NEW CARRIAGES abroad are beginning to find whom Bishop Hare communicated the re- the present with the speculation which strengthen its hold upon the people of FEEDERS AND STOCKERS re regarded by sult of his personal observations at the may attend the passage of such a law the North It became an unconditional Good Extra Steers 3 6oa 3 75 NEW SDRRIES luion party though no more loyal or Fair to Good Steers -a barre i waste im- - several Indian stations isited by him is W hat matters the future die need not 3 aolji 3 50 more capable of patriotic sacrifices than Good to Extra Heifers The le of reclaimation is s lsceptible of equally strong in condemnation of the 2 aia 2 50 the gift of second sight to foretell NEW SULKIES jog 2 00 i made one of the most prodoetive system which puts in charge of the most the consequences of such madness The thousands and tens of thousands of war Common and Thin Stockers COWS AND CALVES districts on the continent and one which important agencies ol the country men forced and steady issue of a depreciated lieiiuxrats in every Northern State who My vehicles are all new nml of the 40 00845 00 made totally unfitted for the duties to which currency will only drive gold out of cir- found it entirely practicable to reconcile Best Grades eeially adapted to the rii- They are for sale 25 OOsgJj 00 very la left patterns devotion to the Union with a steadfast Fair to Good they are appointed aad utterly ignorant culation to a proportion far in exo liit jMirtion of If you 10 000 5 00 on lie moat reasonable terniM to the principles of Jefferson Common want a vehicle come and see me and the territory lying in the valley of the of the Indian character An agent who the amount of silver coined and mater adherence Best Veal Calves you wont jj home without one Eann-tablish friendly relations with the too than its coinage can be effected The and Jackson The difference between Fair to Good Grande illy adapted to 4 5 2s JOHN DONELON fruit growing and produces in tbegreat- - Indian treating him kindly vet firmly pernicious sequel of ti is tamjiering with the two was that the Democrats desired Common and Heavy HOGS i rfeetion and abundance nearly all winning his confidence can exer- - the countrys finances may be disaster the restoration of the Union and the preservation of the constitution as well Select Butchers Cures liiflamiuuliou of Kidneys Iiver and le the of the fruits of the teaaperato zone 3 er him almost unlimited control and utter loss of confidence and credit The Bladder ItrRk dut d poMts and InaUtcs n- The Republicans were all lor the Union Fair to Good Packers 3 their rantlie ulsciiM s or toe I rinary organs district are being rapidly It is the curse of the spils system that In regard to the Force Bill we cannot Good to Extra Lights J 3 401c our Jnrpiit Liver lnnise tioii nd efficient men are removed to disguise the fact that its mere mention and as is the case ti day eared very little Light Figs put int orchards and vineyards and Hoinarh Propsical Arti itions 2 for the constitution k leauaclic perpetual sunshine make places for political workers whose ad a very disquieting ettect apoa SPRING LAMBS 72 Pills JlOO the rata grown here aiquire a liner chief care for the Indians is to make as the investing public interested in South- Â¬ When the war ended with the resto- Â¬ Extra 5 75 by mail CTJRB8 flavor than produced ia any cloudy and much as nosaihlf out of his oases during ern securities and has deterred capital ration of the Union and the abolition of h uGout rainy country and always take rank as the short term that he holds it General iroin seeking many attractive oomisi slavery logically the mission of the Remati tu of the Joiits ANNOUNCEMENTS Vomitings Inflammation the liest in the maiket wherever they Miles who has a snare thorough knowl- - whose merit could hardly lie affected in publican party was at an end The trouof the Irctlim Lcworrhi a FOK CIRCUIT C11UKT CLERK f the Indians than any soldier are introduced even in competition with Diseases ot tne Prostate ti land anv wav by this measure The South bles of the reconstruction period afford- Â¬ B of Speedwell Ik a candi POV10LI The the famous products of California since the death of General Crook as- still presents a desirable field for remuner- Â¬ ed the party leaders an opportunity to date tfor Circuit Court Clerk of Madison county abject lo the action of ilie loemo cribes the disaffection of the Sioux to ative investment With the Force Bill insist that is mission could not be con W8B 46- crallc party Specific for Stone in the Bladder Bright in its their half eta rved condition and the has Disease of the Kidnevs ia its incipient binges ted to oblivion a renewed demand sidered completed until effectual pro Â¬ eo Doses S200 rapid- - THE CIVIL SKIJVICE COMMISSION AND ty disKitch of provisions to them under for this class of securities will doubtless vision had been made by legislation for Dr J T LEE 91 Woodburn Av Cicinnatl an order of Congress would seem to lie an show itself At this moment a number the protection of the newly enfranchised MU WANAMAKEU 3 -- a admission that the statement made h of first class Southern municipal bonds blacks in the enjoyment of their civil riiiimnnN in and political rights But when the thir- Â¬ The criticisms made by Postmaster General Miles was true It has een de- are changing hands at decided com General Wanamaker in his last annual nied however by the agents on the res- in pri teenth fourteenth and fifteenth amend L Mr Howard report up in Considerable concern is being felt in ments to thy constitution had been de the value of the examina ervations w BO say that rations and blankSunday tions of the civil service ot mtnission anil ets have lieen regularly ami fairly distrib- regard to the annual steady decrease in clared adopted and all the States had My health having failed to an extent apoa the merit svstem generally have uted but that the Indians sell them to the circulation of the national banks been reinstated in their normal position to quit public that I am determined forth a crushing rejoinder from the the traders for arms and ammunition which is bound to continue as the re and authority as States under the federal business I will sell privately my property commission in the shape cf a letter to the An interesting letter from the Rev Ed Â¬ demption of Government lxmds by pur- constitution as thusamendedthen surely at Paint Lick Ky consisting of Kirks- Prof M i lent In his report the Postmaster ward Ashley rural dean who has gener- chase progresses This redaction in the it would seem that the work of the Re 21 ACRES OF GOOD LAND ral made these points First that al sujierinteudence of the missionary work supply of bank notes offers a pretext to publican party had been fully accom nsas twen- - in the opinion of the railway mail office on the standing Kock and Cheyenne a splendid private 15 acres in bluegrass who are continually shrieking for plished and that there was no reason dwelling and lot containing about 5 acres Kiver reserves gives an account of his more currency resting as they do upm why as a political organization it should urth or one third of the eligihles Also a with all necessary outbuildings or ersonK that have jiasst d the examina- - K rsonal experiences among the wild the fallacious lielief that the larger the continue to exist A long leaseof power good business house with d veiling atprescribed by the commission acre lot with good tached and about fail Sioux There are several touches of herovolume of the countrys trade the greater however has had its natural effect in Also my entire stock of outbuildings to fill the requirements of their employ ism in the narrative He speaks the In- should the increase of actual money in creating a love of power for its own sake Buildings OIV13 Drugs and Family Groceries it in whi ment second that the railway mail asrv- - dian tongue fluently He was at Short circulation be for the parpose of carrying and to day the leaders of the party afTwo good all new and in good order Both the melliod and results v not basely prostituted to partiBolls camp while the daacaag was going it on During the Meant crisis the mon Â¬ fect totreat that lease aapefpetaaLand are A of stock wells Sjrup of Figs is taken it i pleaaai sirable and plentylive and a water point defor good san ends w hen this admi listration of the on A Sioux herald went about the camp ey strain was not caused by any deficien- bending their utmobt energies to make it to and refreshing to tbc taste ami act businessplace Will sell to one party or to BSce Department was busying itself warniag the people to keep away from cy in the supply but by the curtailment bo For this purpose the dead and yet promptly en the KiJaeys different parties between March 4 and M y Ssn with him and his fellow missionary They of credit brought about by the withdraw- Â¬ buried ibsues of the war between the fently and Bowels cleanse the sy FANNIE L ADAMS lue riMion ing the persons aiqiointed to that held services in the school nevertheless al of confidence In point of fact the sections are being revived and the fast tem effectually dispels colds hrn January 5th 1891 30 35 by Murphy Reynolds service during the Clevel ind administraand secured a good attendance of children United States Treasury reports show that dying embers of civil strife and race an Â¬ aches and fevers and caret habitu others tion and putting lack die trusty and Among the outsiders was one man with a some eighty five orsix millions have bean tagonism at the Boath are U ing seduconstipation Syrup of Figs is th or less noted He has seen the tried Republicans removed by Mr war club but says Mr Ashley as he added to the volume of currency during lously raked over and fanned into flame only remedy of its kind ever pro her in lands Postmaster- - ieneral The was not painted I did not fear and we the past year The question arises wheth- It is no injustice or exaggeration to say duced pleasing to the taste and at CO s He witnessed the cauvass men appointed by the latter before the cordiallv shook hands He met how- er this inciease is of the right kind that the Kepuhlicau party to day na- ceptable to the stomach prompt i mend civil service regulations vere applied to ever two others afterwards with their Based as it is upon the public credit it tional only in name survives solely as a its action and truly beneficial il lueiit and has een tin earlier and later the railway ma Mr Wanamaker faces well covered with paint They will be difficult to find an equal substitute sectional party and as the advocate of effects prepared only from the mo Sanitary Plumbing Steam e law characterizes as nere bunglers whose looked very sullen but he went up to for the circulation of the national banks class interests and legislation Every healthy and agreeable subt tances it Gas Fitting r of the fir- - Grand room after years of eqerienee was them and offered to shake hands He for it combines such elements as belong measure that it suppirts is designed many excellent qualities commend i Latons of the pro- - more valuable than their All orders promptly filled and work which in says They raised their hands and faces to the best medium of exchange viz primarily if not solely to perpetuate the to all and have made it the mos assistance guaranteed And all gas pipe used to be inty and chair-- which be would have the country be- slowly hut in such a way as reading currency and stability The necessity of party suprt macy either by the wholesale popular remedy known of the right size according to tV e rules and inmittee which successfully lieve was not the case with those true their thoughts from their faces said We preventing the extinguishment of this bribery and corruption of large classes of Syrup of Figs is for Rile in 50 regulations of the Water and Light Comart of ami tried Republicans who had been do not care to shake hands with you admirable system is a question which is voters or by the intimidation and coer and SI bottles by ail leading druL W No Main Street pany 227 leach- - appiinted previously t nder the same why do you Any reliable druggit wh opposite Hotel GUndon Post office adOn the Cheyenne re attracting the attention of the ablest cion of others Pension bills land grab gists 13- dress Lock Box 15 unity Attorney who neg- - system To these oler ations the civil meii the Indians although runners had financiers in the country A number of bills subsidy bills and above all the may not have it on hand will pr an im service commission replies that the com been sent to them refused to joiu in the suggestions have already been made but McKinley tariff bill are samples of legis- Â¬ cure it prmptly for any one vii Do not accept air Mneiit which aroused to their duty mission has never received a hint from ghost dances The chief Lip had a talk thus far no unanimity of opinion has lation of the one kind and the force bill wishes to try it of the Mr Wanamaker that its whith Mr Ashley which indicates the been reached The difficulty lies in the is a sufficient illustration of the other substitute examinations rn cry are not what they should lie As a mat- Â¬ way that the Indians are driven to des- adoption of a new and sound basis for a Nothing for the gixsl of the people but CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRASCISCO CAL mihminmim sounded with more or ter of fact the tests and system of exami peration by the officiousnessof the agents note issue In the event the Government everything in the interest of party is I DESIRE TO RENT THE LOUISVILLE KY HEW rOHK ST loption nation in vogue in the department before lb- said that General Crook told him he should not provide a new bond to serve the verdict which may be justly passed iHlnlswiil He lum seen the May IBM have been preserved intact should not have to move fnom his camp this purpose it is tlixought that the obli- Â¬ upon the whole policy of the present ad without change under the civil service at Pass Creek and he was told the same gation of a numlier of first class cities ministration and the Republican party of and correspondents He has in Washington General Morgan also might take the place of United States to day and in addition un entranci NEAR THE NEW DEPOT en prescribed in the form of an told him that wherever their schools and bonds and that authority might It is refreshing to contrast with the given Open competitive exanination which churches were they would not be n It is an excellent location lor a Railroad the banks to base their issues of paer spectacle of such narrow m index selfish CVngress He Boarding House the place of the practice formerly But the Kosebud agent insisted that he upon even other classes of securities and bigoted partisanship the high stand has seen the time win allowing me ai hers of Congress must move east on Black Pipe creek This plan would naturally have to be ards of political duty and sound states T S MOBERLEY 31 33 in could lie elected to to nominate the departments appointees which meant the desertion by him and safeguarded by proper restrictions The second term of the thiity third em We manship furnished bv the doctrines of office and he now lives in i time when If as Mr Wanamaker tays the men who eople of the houses they had believe that the currency the most need- Â¬ the Democratic party as expounded by sion of this noted school for oung ladies and girls will open on man can be appointed under t ie old spoii built and the farms they had Banned He ed is that which possesses sufficient elas- Â¬ Mr Cleveland at Philadelphia In his sea prohibition He tetn composed the nnt effective body protested but Agent Wright told him ticity to make it adapt itself to the wants speech at the Thurman banquet in Ohio COAL wd LUMBER TAHDS Monday and its xt li the ants in the 1nited States that be must move even if troojis had to of trade Mr Cleveland sjioke for the plain people na tmnsferri i from the appointed now ought to be still Ik- used tofowpol him Is it any wonder In London financial affairs appear to and for the homely domestic and civic A full corps of competent teachers 1C U HASBBR Propr hand- into the Lag in such a have assumed a more favorable shape and virtues of simplicity and frugality w hich Baa ient seeing that a successful that with such Admirable Curriculum Prices reasonacitizens examination not politics now di peremptory way even the good In ueral market rate for money has President Harrison and Mr McKinley ble Kantheir nomination for apointment and those who desire to remain at peace with declined to S per cent Some time will had treated with derision when they de All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the For Catalogues or ofher pnrticulars call sas Liberal patronage i precisely the lowest market price vernment are discontent that cheapness was a vice and on or address probably elapse however before we may The of the public respectfully requested same it was in former times The com- Â¬ the Relij Tta represent expect that market to buy largely of that cheap clothes made B C HAGERVIAN Trin o-yards are located on Orchard street be Â¬ iiforcetuent of the law i mission notes that si I vrats Societ is have also memorialized American securities for investments n under them for tween that stieet and the K C Railroad hied in the railway mail service Congress on the subject of the treatment ock of new bonds held by bankers the Reform Club banquet in New York rohibitory law in statutes during the Clevelainl administration of the Indians They quote the declara there will first have to be absorbed The Mr Cleveland vindicated the wisdom of prohibited removed in the fht eight weeks of aerals Harney and Pope and formation of private firms into stix k the educational campaign and of an Muricr- - t heft i arson rape resent administra ion at least a of Henry B Carringt as an panies with ts alter appeal to the intelligence of the Ameri- third and perhaps a had of tlx in the vi ISM and lSi7 talization as in by its fruits in the triumph of tariff reform at the Novemlier election The three rooms up stairs over the store irged with disregt ular In his speech at the Jackson celebration room now occupied bv W B Benny TI not successful under the pa- Â¬ bey have been uni ity with a hich these issues were taken is at Philadelphia Mr Cleveland has shown E C BOGGS of the present session will begin tronage system that pnivailed till by Mr arful So is ated by the white man They iiffering a reaction which sooi principles of a the application JAN 26 1891 iands order the sail way mail serv further refer to the reduction of rations later must inure to oi juor as a beverage It is true Jeffersonian Democracy to the MONDAY ice came under the tted but feat aties and UILE COLTS FOE SALE But students witl be received from this May 1 1889 Mr Wanamaker eharactstate of semi starvation to w date and charged for the Term only reduced and w and its enforcement more atid moreeasy iaes them as bunglers Sales have amount I have 100 mule colts for sale at reason zation is in accord witl the facta and is a die- L H BLANTON Is and 4140 sharei emo- and larycanae able prices emocracj II H COLYER 17- ement it has nawwaod the open not an unfounded partisan epithet it trust and animosity toward the whites OSAlTSKLLOfi ud the same with that of the Li loon from Kansas It has made pub- would apjeai- tliat under the patronage lic Making disreputable m probably one half of the appointIt has de Â¬ creased the consumption of intoxicants ments are of joor quality of such poor and the proportion of those who drink quality that even after several anaiiily It has saved many men who service they are worthless The ago were tottering over thc General is thns shown to have precipice of drunkenness It ha re himself formed a poor opinion at patronBOVod from tlie imng and ti age apiHiintments especially if made un Â¬ pea public temptation to der a Democratic administration apjKi With drink It has causetl to be rearl an this show ingot 50 per cent of alleged army of larye bojM who have never bad appointments under the old system n nor the drinking of liquor the commission contrasts the fact that The Disciple were practically a unit of the loli eligible appointed trom its in helping to secure prohibition They lists up to June 0 IffitO but Me or aboet a unit in helping to enforce one eleventh have resignel or been re it As a unit the- - commend it U their iuoed The department OOsdd ba Hi moved all of them if they had been found rvervwhen inefficient but it has not done bo It has NUN lEXIGtt found it necessary to remove but 31 Practically K per cent of the eommis IVw Farts in Urlation to the Most ontinue to lie retained as tUsrnrr Comer ef Oar I ountrr against the H percent of the apointees brought into service under the patronage N M Jan Alb It system in the former years prior to May New IL one of the v rvfew tflM Mr AVanamakers allegation left in the Iniu d E tiiit one third of the commissions eligi - at tht same time the ohlert coun- bles fail to till the requirements is thus try within our national limits for it is shown to have no foundation The reKnown that baa Spaniards ovupicd ports of the general superintendent of the engraftci tliir civi railway mail service are condusivi ls and lUstoms of the this point Oar records1 savs the com native long anterior to the settlement mission show that but a small fraction if the English on the Eastern shore of of those appointed under the merit ntinent While the New Town of tent has been dismissed It is therefore Albuquerque which has grows op with- obvious that under the new system a in the last ten years fa the latest pro much more satisfactory set of appniatera duct of the latest American taunigra is supplied than under the old The the OKI laara of the same name effort to whitewash the civil service rec only a mile distant reckons ord of the department must evidently lie lenturies and Catholic service is now abandoned The facts are against it held regularly in a church a buee walls i to the voice of worship long be Tllt INDIAN SITl ATIOX Â¬ Â¬ Post-maste- rÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and their present disposition to acts of violence They note with satisfaction the issue of increased rations and the meas- Â¬ ure now pending for the payment of the claims of the Sioux under the recent treaty with them whereby they surrender eleven millions of acres to occupation by the whites and they close by asking that eople lie treated with justice and kindness Â¬ Â¬ THE RECENT SPEECHES OF LAND MK CLEVE- - WILLGING THET HUE CDMEI We have just received the handsomest line of Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wall m mm rims White Goods Hamburgs Spring Ginghams EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY Â¬ Â¬ c Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ware-Hon- Â¬ We take pleasure in showing our ijimmIs so give us a call before purchasing and convince yourselves that we can sell you the Best Goods for the Least Money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GMWILLGI1TG WHITE St Main 112 W ALLEN opp Court House 1 Â¬ 1 I Â¬ W G Fitzpoir ick KITC U Co Â¬ Â¬ HAVE PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT IN V EN W E RE IE R T I j - THE UNSURPASSED Â¬ Â¬ x-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i -- CARRIAGES 1 aassB Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Belle Range AND- - 1 -- COOK STOVE -- 1 CJz2- Â¬ JC Â¬ PLOWS -- WE ARE AGENTS Full- - Â¬ Â¬ LITHOSINH Â¬ The Mean 2 ad 3 Horse Chilled Pk WS kw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hal Â¬ FOR SALE THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE IN ALSO THE FAMOU8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Big Injun SuIlky Pl - Â¬ Â¬ HAMES COLLARS BACKHANDS AND TRACE CUAE 110ES RAKES FORKS SHOVELS CUTTING BOX Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ exjoy Â¬ Â¬ Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPUI Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND TINirara A SPECIALTY fa CASH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PLUIBIIB 1 W C FITZPATRICK CO Â¬ Â¬ FOR RENT FARLEY One of the oldest houses in of PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Â¬ Â¬ 1 MADISON Brick Residence Kentucky WROUGHT smiths RIMS keeps IRON a variety for Corner Main and First Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY black 1 Female Institute WHEELS and SPOKES for other supplies Best I wagon makers makes of Fine RICHMClTi - PRESCRIPTIONS day and carefully compounded nijrlit by an experienced phyi cian and pharmac FARMING IMPLEMENTS January 19th - - lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION - Headquarters lor FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and hest brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT Â¬ - I central i SECOND TERM jmnan FOR RENT THE fsfflnma your fathers to the house where and grandfathers Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS bought their goods half a century ago -- - W L FAHLEY POWER Â¬ i Successor to John Farley I k HAGAN HE CLIMAX retcdy r I Will Kill The Treea AI ie The Spelling Bee is that he January - ill fleet a number of the broken limbs pl fl un and Btark around tl llry JIe on as the weather is hot - will attack the limlw be thankful or re- and having r aatisfactka will en- itken ob ml kill it As then with traction ubuudance of room elsewhere for the ler it would be well not to take any especially with shade and fruit 21 1691 baataa 1 I LII1 i iwtt VWU ii lllll f The AtI Britaaiira at Snail Celt allcl totheadvertisenient -- 11 offering lia Britan cription to the Daily Middelton I luenosn and not Prof mea Mr ir Club are at a i The Kiuyilnpeili Hntaniiiia of which i limeiided adilitini is everywhere k and as recng- - The Spelling Bee at the Court house Saturday evening was a decicded suc cess While some of the Ikivs of the class as in days past played hookey who answered to the roll call of Prof Smith came forward amid great applause and acquitted themselves well though they all seemed much frightened This was not only a most amusing and enjoyable entertainment but profitable as well The nld Mar epeUinabook was found in the poefceta of more than one old timer the past week and little spelling bees have been held in nearly all the stot and homes of the town and when the ladies of the Meth odist church hold the next Bee which we understand they wili do soon the Ixiys and girls will be better prepared for the ordeal Atiout the funniest part of the Bee was t m Scott ijuiUn- dr Vaught and choke Prof llager Â¬ iff Â¬ IIC I II The crowd was large and enthusiastic vbo may and while disappointed that Maj Burnam Cud it incnveiiient to make a HI Baj O IIIMK Mill lO UlUl HI it able to till his part of the pronation of the work will be fun gram yet all so far as we heard went y the wh nd deacriptire cinu- away delighted with the entertainment Building Kill will paw card tu Brooke The net receipts were about fifty dollars ii it Middelton for the Parsonage Society of the Metho Post- int and The Kentucky Central dist church and the ladies were delighted Aln rd trains bare been ad- - Mr James Bennett secured the prize anner with hlt making more than a dos-Another Madison Man lay and the numlx r is to be in- The Trenton Mo Tribune couinicit iutifu tv live All the freight faag oil the prominent men of that town Wiilkni- went from Cincinnati says K M Harber was born in MadiDton and lit-- would the L A K will now come ison county Kentucky Oct Ill ls4 Hth liichmond A tlinnigh dm and moved with his parents to Clinton atrolnien brought in a er fmiii Cincinnati to Knuxville will county Mo when about 4 years of age ln -- lay named iiihiiiund aliimt 11 oclock at Bight Besided in Nebraska City Neb during and other through trains will lie put on the war In Ifigfi settled in Grundy Ul - O CHICK President Norton Vice President county Missouri in Trenton here he jail Smith and Mr Hunlintnn were here has since resided Commenced the Thursday morning in special eara going study of law in 1872 was it to Turpin admitted to the over the line rict for bar in 17 He at ones took a front The first accident under the L iv X rank in his erect will Ixin profession and is now n r will eniiit management occurred at Fort Estill oa uiaedaa one of the ablest lawyers in North y in which a freight train ran uilt on Missouri In Hilitics be has always been to h and demolished an ardent HeuiiKTit but always frank and gentlemanly to those differing from him Kicld who haa been In 1MB Mr Harber was the Democrat Pre a Itcpariiean in the ter and liht Co of District being the young IV of ething like 30000 haa Elector this est Elector in the United states In Rich- paid out for hills that have ljeen lie was elected prosecuting attorney Mrs I tent in since January 1st of Grundy county by the unprecedent- Â¬ llieer The dam was completed on last Fri ed majority of 1029 votes though the id the trees and other obstructions Republican majority in the county at removed from the reservoir tan Ahead time was 800 In 1884 he was a del- kelford tientrv are roofing the the rt will take p to the National Convention that pomp and engine ad the ma- u Friday i nominated Cleveland and Hendricks groond ready o lie Mr Harler has licen frequently urged Pipe laying win begin early in Sop ii time to become a candidate for Congreai it ill aocom- other positions of honor and trust but 1C I Woo Philadelphia has refused prefer rng to devote himself number of men herffputting the to bis profession in shich he delights M Tick Brest iron tank in position on the tower or the They irk on the gigantic Partial 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i Â¬ i H iiBBa Eaifah epeehhxt peeple man n I have sold to Brasfield Tipton lexing ton Ky f the bay mare Nun bv Nutwood dam I athain Lass by Alex Â¬ iOO a anders Abdullah to same for weanling colt by Red Wilkes dam Nan The friends of Miss Bettk Arnold will rywood by Nutwood 2d dam by Harold To Willet Bros of Kansas the yearling long remember the happy f her twenty first birthday at Arlington her black colt Falsetto by Star Wilkes dam hfusetta by King Bene d dam by Mam- on Monday evening The was artistically decorated with holly smi brino Patches The price was 12600 cash lax and ivy the mellow light of many and 500 additional if he trots a mile iu form Urn candi litiorud beanty The din L40 in his ing room and table were wreathed in freah flowers roses and hyacinths gave N EWS PARAGRAPHS off their sweet perfoaae The birth day cake was quite unique forming abase for lane Mullens colored shot and killed twenty one burning wax tapers The n at Crab Orchard courses supper was elegantly served in Parker Hardin son of Attorney-GenerSaxton and comprised every delicacy Hardin died last week This is the Oc Trusts hand furnished their ever de- Â¬ son the General has lost the past lightful musk and the evenkj was irs with pneumonia s Bet- very gratifying to Mi A Washington telegram says that the tie Mr and Mrs Arnold and Miss Nan JwJSe C- - K-- Knwaid for the kill- nie Huntof Lexington who has been asbinir Vcrt- - mg of lion Pres Taulbee in their guest for several wee ner Gamer of Winchester and Miss Km ton has been fixed fur the Llith inst It has just Ihvh discovered at Iarville received with ma sharp of ShelbyvOle Mi s Arnold assisted by Misses Belle and that a young woman killed her infant Mary Bennett lila Chenault Mrs Sam last September and died a few days later Bennett and Messrs Waller Bennett from an effort to conceal her confinement Harvey Chenault Beattv II Middelton by going upon the streets soon after the Will s Hume and Mr George A Arm occurrence strong of Shelbyville Simpson W Brock of Clark county is 62 years old and has seen one great THIN COLUMN grandfather and two great grandmothers lie has a ureat grandson making seven We observe that a safe cure is being generations of his family that he has extensively advertised Who ever heard seen All the members of the family have been Democrats and all Metbo-of a safe being sick The postmaster says more different B F Butler during argument in persons call for the contents of b than for any other box in the office ami a criminal case in Boston Tuesday la t announced that hereafter he would re wonders if it belongs to the Mafia at fuse to practice criminal law unless ap-Â¬ similar society pointed by the Governor to defend a When the gas men had dug a trench mans life General Butler has long en from Crookes corner to the Baptist joyed the reputation of being one of the church a distance of two squares a stran ablest criminal lawyers in the country ger came along and asked what it was and has figured in many celebrated for A great fat banker answered that it was a grave for the purveyor oTthe Thin A monument is to be erected at Hele- Â¬ Column na Ark to the memory of Gen Patrick The subjoined is handed na and duly Cleburn one of the most dashing Con- Â¬ One of the oldest citizens vouched for federate major generals who lost his of College Hill being so much alarmed life while leading a charge of his i about the burglars lias been for several inand at Franklin Tensu in 1054 LibÂ¬ weeks hiding bis pocket book vci eral contributions are being made to the curely and also sleeping in his aockl as fund in Georgia and other Southern be had but one pair His wife through States and it is expected the necessary book curiosity examine his pocket amount will be raised in a short time pper al I cgion al Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rk and fa She and Mr Yantis ar prominent workers in the Christian church just built at Be crop ol new for J C Harlow of Greene 1675 172 i county for 650 1300 2 0 average lo54 for the same party 4 hogsheads of leaf and lugs 1125 lf75 1800 2550 average 17 A round crop of new for W K 37 Thompson of Franklin county at 1025 1400 1625 2000 average 1512 This illustrates to growers the imjiortance of raising good crops and handling them ALLIANCE RES0LITI0NS AND DEMANDS Resolutions and Legislative Demands a lopted at the Madison County Cnion held at Speed ell Janutry 9th and 1st That each Sub Union be more careful in receiving its members so no person whose interests are not in entire harmony with the Crion and object of Union shall be accepted 2nd That we as Farmers and Laborers being justly proud of our several occupations and tired of the appellation given in ap- a farmer derision to us as plied by every jact leg lawyer therefore JTrsotvctl 3rd That we become more by educating ourthan only a farmer selves on all important matters especially as to the intentions and objects of the order and needs of the laboring classes 4th That we suggest to the Brotherhood a cah system as far as possible demanding of our merchants a reduction of 20 per cent for cash trade 5th That we tender our heart felt thanks to the members of Speedwell Union for its kind reception of the dele Â¬ gates in attendance at this County Union 6th That we tender our thanks to the trustees and patrons of the school for the use of their school house during the session of this County Union 7th That we tender an expression of our thanks to the members of the Speedwell Union and the citizens in the vicinity for their hospitality in eating for the delegates in attendance at the County Union Sth That we recommend to the fraternity throughout the State a strict adherence to the principles of our noble order to constantly strive to secure entire har mony and good will among all mankind and brotherly love among ourselves 9th That we recommend the organization of a District Union in each Congres- Â¬ sional District in order to have a more definite system of organization loth That we recommend to each Sub Union to u e a code of parliamentary rules at each meeting by the presiden thereby giving a knowledge of parliamentary rules nth That we thank Almighty God for His kind protection in the past kind providential His and implore guidance in the future C F Park Com L E Parker WB B F Golden Sec fro tern Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lolh 1891 Rttolved ReaiaeBee far Rest On Main street opposite Second Pres- Â¬ byterian Church new frame house with six rooms cellar cistern yard etc MRS SALLIE OWEN 29 READY -- Ir you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Buggy cr Carriage call on Donelsonfor he las the latest best and cheapest 5- FOR nicely A Snrressfnl Operator Dr C W Trapp oculist of Lexington Kv and grandson of Dr J G Chinn re- Â¬ cently removed a diseased eye of a lady in Fleming county and a short time since oiierated twice for cataract and is not yet twenty three He is probably the youngest phsician in the State if not in the United States whose first operation named altove was a perfect success He bids fair to become eminent in his chosen spedntty of diseases of the eye car throat and nose Kntturkiin Citizrn Â¬ Litlles Barber Shoe KesuvH George T Little ha removed his barber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar store second door from Herndons corner He invites his old patrons and the public generally to call Customers promptly waited upon Everything clean and first class and the best of work done 12 Â¬ TRADE We i come and where yon can Bad -i Â¬ to 111 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the P at Richmond Ky weekending Jan 20 Allen R T Mrs Jones B R Mrs Addington Jennie 2 Lane Henry Brappilled Tethita TMiller Tome Mrs Bark Miller Sam liradshaw J R Mrs Minor Barnes Brown Bertia Price Mi Bowcnaaa A Miss Powell A Bullock Jo Reones Marl Rice J Estill Chenault Mary Henrv Mattie Clemslane Edward Steinward S M Mrs Collier Church Browming Smth Ca n WM Dunpie Kate Embry Chailes RevTomas M 1 Largest Assortments The Best Selections The Newest Styles RELIGIOUS found only two Strange ci thai BO mild a mannered man as editor Walton of the Inside Journal should le named plain common ordi- nary every lay Bill Below is a para graph from bis pajier that clearly r work- - jSfeCLn ASY Monnmeu at the Mr I I Fire Brick Co of st -- - II tructing the retort They vill tinish in thirty days and two weeks vill be reqairi ill lie it March 1st and water Honkers in Jail icceiileil ill lodging with robbery They 2L hy J If luwkia M and Uaa rittiag - nitary he puplii are Alex iibson shep Gibson Howard Patton Vhiv Alex Gibson is the fellow who ret N Vi V when leputy liiggerstaff went to arrest him lie end days later Ie confesses to have a participant in the McCuire rob under any eiretiiii up McUuiree key and Mareh term of anl had Borne of his clothing He also s a nau iel to the officers the place on hold In in Vr Taylor Kins farm where some of 18 and the result lie the McGoire goods were hidden and they were found Gibson says he and Patton robbed Tine Rol iiuicn and lnos Daviss store New Yrir Bro sum night at Bobtown He haa partiallv max their injili s in the two robberies fancy ib fellow and will go to id ill the peat In all probability they are the Tiny that has raided the countilif Jail i r - The above is a good picture of the Oases Grand livery feed and sile stable Mr W S Duncan Proprietor It is situated on the corner of Water and Third streets near Hotel Glyndon The plate was made by Mr John II Cornelison ol St Louis an artistie genius a native of Madison county from a photograph by onr superior photographer Mr Lewis Bchlegel The stable is of brick 70 fisit front with duplicate offices and inclined plane for taking horses and vehicles up stairs Bank Officers Election held on Tuesday 13th 1801 he should have January dian name such Silvery Waters Hill ays Bennett Â¬ ii vim jrn- - Oeli rat ful IV Iariv who knows whereof he gpeakes The entertainment at the Court rtlay evening is to Ik- iv clock eu by one who is a master in his Hi the IarHouage Aid I heard Mr eting night and although I all the great readers of this ii Mill he a pie country and Knglaud vet I have never I to heird one who delighted me m He is unusually D Phelps Prof 1 I1SD1 Jailer John 1 rk for false lied in Judge Tin- National John lent James Bennett Vice Presi- Â¬ dent S S Parkes Cashier R R BurHirec nam Teller C B Hume Clerk C Burnam N Jones Jno Bennett Jas Bennett Tims J Smith W H Burnett s s Pari Richmond National James W Caper J Wiu M Irvine Vice ton President utionist giftl President J K Ureenleaf Cashier J Haverhill W Crooke Jr Teller Clay Shackelford Daily Evening Bulletin ijoyabte attraction of Clerk Direeton James W Caperton tl e kind ha- - been heard in this city for a Win M Irvine I Shelby Irvine D M me L Bright T S Burnam K B Hume Fanners 1 Â¬ had some beautiful Inas Fluttering Willow or Ascending Smoke sore eared Chandler led as expeditiously Bill havii in stealing a State as he did the Presi- Â¬ Â¬ deleiidaiit ground ithout A bold Kebbrry- - iuin re a party were hi the l While the partj into the rrj elves tuall the fM llr mut Thief tioa ruiivey the 1 tlil t llfKU - fiKIIll li ibtod rae bmi j i Ii ii iy iolliiwed it to Kiiiployini warm for the thief with ii wn through i in this The a ti Knapp spent BOOM time iiiity of Mr Oskene Heart r r- eCn- loan young man at for HjoJ0 any and P - isn w As it a A R National Burnam HORSE NOTE President C I Chenault Cashier W him a warm L Crutcher Teller S P Deatherage er than la t J W Knox has sold to A J Caton ii and a crowded Clerk James S Crutcher Assistant car load of sheep to Kansas City last When the In st men in the country Directora- - A R Burnam II P Dilling- Chicago 111 a yearling I v Red Wilkes S week for which he realized a little less 500 dam Sweet let us treat them so that ham N B PlSallliajil 0 H Chenault than 4 cents His sheep were alfalfa fed they will want to come again Million T S Moberley Win Ben Thick as autumnal leaves that strew and therefore brought the highest price of Coiiit-hou-- e Saturday evening nett At the the brooks in Vallambrosa are thorough any on the market that day D Chenault Jiuuuarv L lth nd National T bred trotters in Michigan rut President W T Tevis Vice President M Jii 210 iuy 210 The following sales were made at I M Death Sad Accidental J Stone Walker Cashier R K Turley lien 2111 and Jack 2121 is tin order night last week at Harrodsbvrg Teller C W Tribhle and S B White in which the four fastest trotting geldings Brines stable yesterday Joe Embry of Madison bought of M Ballard 5 mules two young men were in a buggy return- Clerks Directors T D Chenault W rank and of Henry Dunn a pair for a coiner in the T Tevis David W Irvine June Walker ing from a party At Miller x Sibley Franklin Pa sold to Wm Underwood sold to Dunn k another young man on Joe Collins J P Tribhle J C Lineman Lima Ohio the bay mare f Boyle a pair of same for 245 rated from them anil at Alfaretta by Alcantara dam by Aluiont rd Journal PERSONAL that moment a pistol shot was heard and Price said to be 6000 A T Forsyth auctioneer makes the Mr Haydoii one of the occupants of the 210 thoughh his da following report of H Clay Stones sale thought it was fired by the man R X White and daughter Mrs trotter are gone still heads the list of ii Mason county jack SolO 1 jack His horror can lie imLizzie Fant have gone South for the Next to him come Patron 0 jack o00 jennet S4 V 1 jennet agined upon reaching the livery stable to winter 21 H Alvin 2141 and Susie S 2bL 1340 jen- jennet 250 til kJ that his companion J Mack Sizer Misses Hattie and Etta Simmon Two years ago there was not a stallion 100 still I ion On 1 stallion 202 h d been killed by the accidental disfor over I thought Danville are visiting Mrs Hallie Broad in the United States that st i iillt ci argi SMM Now til ere are three Axtell 212 in reaching out of the buggy to dus near Richmond Pugh and posse have caught a that Sheriff Mrs P P Ballard who has been very Allerton 2iii Nutwood fclgf whose gang of nine cattle thieves aftera desper shake hand- - with the friend on horse 000 each It sick for months is improving and there sptaced bsck thai ate tight in which one was fatally and or of the buggy and the is hope of her recovery W F Powers has sold to Tom and Ed two seriously wounded at Spokane s a half interest in the stallion Falls Wash lull passed through the thigh and enterIn the pxst six months Miss Lizzie Bennett who was taken tl ing th last Saturday is thought to be lvanhoe by Limber Jim dam a Drennon the gang has stolen and sold tifty thou ill lb- had already sold them sand dollars worth of cattle mare shoulder somewhat letter at this writing far Mr Young 6 the other half for 200 He gave 66 for Hon Ii H Sparks has purchased of Mrs Jttdap Bourne who has been who married Mis- - Cornie C Co the Ueor theO V I quite sick lor several days is improving the colt Mad- Oldham of Mt The National Assisiation of Trotting Shanklia farm three miles from Nichol- and will le out in a day or two county Horse Breeders has appointed a commit B Seville through which the K N I Miss Alice Ramsey and Nora Hamp Â¬ This is is the third accidental shooting Trotting K K rone containing 333 acres at c infer with the National of Winchester sjK nt Saturday and ton ys in llarrodsburg the lation and the American Tr Iush alomr keep ier Sunday with Miss Iaura Harg iation with a view to establishing a moving Xirholut- ie Mr Sparks motto h uf 1 Mr Ii McCord of Bovle county uniform method of making Journal of this place spent a day or Wednesday night was a red letter formerly against time Fair lates Shelbyville July 15 Km two here last week the guest of Mayor event in the history of the KiiLHenry Traynor of Rk hmond Ky will inenee Inly I Harroosborg Jul S Collins Degrees were J Pjtliies in Richmond this season be trainer al Ashland He is Danville August 4 Sharpsbiirg August of Second street even gentlemen in the Mr William ireen a noted trainer having developed Susie 11 afarsvQle August is Lexington - from Ixx- who has lieen sick for a month or more S and presence of nun other good ones and Messrs Mc- August 1 Paris September 1 Win ride to the country last week Dowell able to inttoi Son will no doubt be heard ter September 8 vntbiana Septemlier here and is almost in from among the winning uringfielil July 7 Richmond nd Chan thein White has returned Hi William tember 27 Nieholasville September 2 --ton The conferi from Lexington aftera weeks visit to his If you are not sure that grooming Mr Harvey Cobb of Bed Honae lot d until 2 oclock was father Prof White of Kentucky Cni is the two mules the past week with a peculiar just double the dose for awhile a supherb banquet usly ill advice of an experienced horseman affliction Lying on their sides they spread af I niellis Mis- of McLean Ills Nothing will be more convincing The turntsl their head over on their should- Â¬ form ol the d d after a five months visit to trouble with mm erne so limber ers ami their n county left yesterday for home ac is tie entirely two small and that they could not return their heads companied by Miss loiiauna 11 too far hetv Thev died within two or thn During the late W C T C Conven Prineessthe dam of Happy Medium was each other Ir Ibniker the veterinary sceUor C retary as wicked a mare in surgeon says there is no disease peculiar Mil tion at Atlant was entertained by Mr and Mrs to mules or horses la whieh a limber Happy Medium saw whih II W r formerly of Lancaster the Wid- and thinks a friend in glow in ilis- - death must and site has Ited from some local ow Maehi I H itiou but In ranter Jlecnrd rely injure sava record was broken on We Vrkan- Mrs W A Ya af in the Iuis- is is still foreni one hogs Mr K was nai nile Tem- int TTill Mi lb 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ee Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i Â¬ Â¬ Miner L Mr itertainmeata last year this year has been even great- Searcy Madison dency has the unutterable gall to tele- Â¬ graph the President The New Hampshire Republicans victory has been achieved by methods honest lawful and peaceful against Democratic false pre tense preposterous claims against threatened violence and revolutions Time and reason will abundantly vindicate the victory Since people have not been struck dead lor lying since the days of Ananias Joe Blackburn will please jerk the head off the liiiscrablcliar and thief Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The revival services at the Baptist church continue with increasing interest and there are additions at nearly every service Methodists throughout the world will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the death of John Wesley who died at 10 oclock the morning of March 2 1TM Rev C M Reid has Iieen called to Boulder Colorado near Denver and has gone tiiither with his wife to take charge of the Baptist church at that fianesehr liironl place The Transylvania Presbytery will con vene in the 1st Presbyterian church this rJty on the evening of the 22nd to decide whether or not it will allow the Henderson Church in the Paducah Presbytery to prosecute a call for the services of the Rev Thomas Cummins of this rity Dr Dubose who has been laboring as a missionary in China for many years will make a talk to the 1 adies Missionary SoÂ¬ ciety in the First Presbyterian church He will 0 oclock this afternoon at make another talke at 7 oclock in the All are cordially invited same ci urch to attend both of these services Next Saturday and Sunday will lie the Second Quarterly Meeting at the Metho- Â¬ dist church in this city Rev Joseph Rand of Lexington will preach Satur The London Miller Dee 22 savs day and Sunday Saturday afternoon at at Christinas thaw on Twelfth 3 oclock the Quarterly Conference and 1st That we demand the abolition of Hay Already we have had quite a the Sacrament of the Lords Supiier will National Banks and the substitution Gov- spell of winter extreme in its severbe administered after the sermon Sun- eminent Banks in each county to loan the ity as unknown to the present genera- day morning money to farmers at 2 per cent with tion so early in the season Ice across lien on land or real estate the Thames at Kingston and 24 dej MATRIMONIAL 2nd That we demand the repeal of the of frost at Windsor eight inches of snow heavy tariff tax on the necessaries of life in Regents Park and arctic scenes all Mr John Tribhle and Miss Geneva 3rd That the Australian ballot system over the country have made the past Brown and Mr Fred Benton and Miss of voting be introduced in the Constitufortnight memorable in this and other Stella I ong were two eloping couples tion of the State That the Constitution count from Kirksville the past week The be so revised that it will disfranchise any The Canadian Minister of Finance is former went to Knoxville the latter to man that is known to buy or sell a vote K pied in making a tour of the Jeffersonville 4th That our Delegate to the Constitu British West India Colonies with a view tional Convention be requested to insert DIED t developing more intimate trade rela clause to force all parents and guardians tions between the Dominion of Canada to send their children to the public schoo Infant of Mrs L W Hooton of Leb- Â¬ and those colonics In a recent address of the county anon Indiana daughter of ex postmaster before the Chamber of Cummer 5th That we demand the abolition of Kingston Jamaica he stated that Cana- John Taylor died in this place last all combines and trusts on school books da with a view to developing ler trade week That we demand that our Board of EducaCharlies W Friend died on Tuesday tion shall not employ any firm to print with those colonies and other countries January 20th ISiil at his home in Irvine text books at enormous price to the excluwould have Jn operation after July 1891 three linen of steamers subsidized Ky of pneumonia aged Go years and 4 sion of all others but that they shall conby the Dominion overnment at an an Â¬ mouths Interment to day fer with the different publishers of text Mrs M K Jett died at Frankfort on books and patronize those who will furnnual cost of 600000 Thursday January lath MM aged 40 ish text books at the most reasonable years The remains were buried at prices CONCERNING FARMERS Law rencebunj Deceased was the step6th That we condemn the Silver Bill In Clark county 1000 bushels of wheat mother of Mrs J J Brooks this place recently passed bv Congress and demand sold for 1X0 the past week who attended the funeral in lieu the free coinage of silver B Taylor a prominent farmid out of fifteen mares and a jen- Â¬ Hubbard 7th Believing in the doctrine of Equal rights to all and special privileges to none net belonging to George J Ballard in er of Pine Grove vicinity in Clark counClark county have slipped their foal- ty died the past week aged probably SO we demand that our National Legislation era Clark county farmers have de years He lived in the old ancestral shall be so framed in the future as not to cided not to feed cattle this winter as house built while Kentucky was a part build up one industry at the expense of of Virginia and leaves a large estate another corn is too high and cattle tw low father-in-la8th That a copv of these demands be of ex sheriff i rant J T Quisenberry has sold his farm of He was Regi ter of Hon Charles sent to the Richmond Climax Jackson a brother-in-la296 acres near Stony Point to Thus Henand State Union Eginton a wealthy lawyer of Covington ry lay for SS0 per acre Ptark KnUurk-tan-CiW T Fielder recently deceased and a cousin of John G B Powell Taylor Richmonds oldest merchant L E Parker C Leer sold to DeWitt JM Com W B HlTCHINSON Smith of Murfreeslsiro Tenn 21 head of CORRESPONDENCE J T Henderson jacks and jennets at good prices They j E Olds were a very tine lot and the prices gixsl B F Golden Sec fro tern EDEVTON but not too large--Par-il KnttucLian t Corn is selling at j50 per barrel urowiBjr The Farmers Alliance of Minnesota Wheat does not look well there have declared against the McKinley bill as been to many bard freezes When Mr S L MidkifTcame to Richthe crowning infamy of protection Some Df the farmers are done breaking mond a few years ago he opened a small and against the Force bill as a danger hemp and others are having a few nice shop and did all the work hiimef with iiid revolutionary measure devised By careful attention to time to spare days to break theirs in for partisan pnrpoai business and the execution of the best John P Long has moved from his farm The State Cnion the organ of the in Poos to a farm he has Utely bought in work his patronage extended until two assistants could not keep up with the deFanners Alliance says that the tobacco the Kirksville precinct Mr Midkitf then built a three mands warehouse about to open in Louisville John Warner and Clate Teater have story fhop of wide proportions and emunder the name of Kentucky Tobacco set their new saw mill in the valley below ploys half a dozen workmen Any arGrowc iation is not at all con WJ Warners and it is doing good work ticle in wood or iron done in city style and nected with the alliance W J Wylie went to Kirksville yester at low rate Frank Melick of this countshipped Â¬ Lowest Prices We olTe tin 1 ne mplete Welch Evans Nancy Vaughn J T Greene Win Harri- - Thomas M on Iee Hunchback W M III Ida Wilhepult Krank ohnson Ada hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p m I FinnellJ W Turner 1 DRESS GOODS AND B WILLIS r m General Merchandise in the city Steal Thrasher power Engiae traction Separator Terms rear for Sale with u horse anil y In good and i wonderful First class Thrasher BOOTS and SHOES Alter Fonrood made ta J - JOHN GRADY Kirksville Kv Administrators Nsti which rati in this n Â¬ - limlaiu t the AD persons having estate of John A please rrseut them to me on or before I than4 lar prices and Mens B Â¬ Â¬ a -- Â¬ lied for payment - - r rwi ni r - nrl All persons indebted to the e tate will nee please inuv W L ARNOLD 3 3s Clothing and Overcoats All bousilit tition with an city A lii I NEW GEOCERY Â¬ WCToddBro HI Main St below First CLOAKS IN Â¬ PLUSH AND CLOTH ad low 1 Staple and Faosy Groceries Qneensware Glassware Tinware Hardware afeyV show Oil - before you purcha Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Woodenware A LAMM c 4c Ramsey A Fife LINK OF Â¬ D RUFF CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars We want to buy all your Â¬ ri 1 COUNTRY PRODUCE highest market price your YS2- - Butter Lanl Chickens Feathers and the like and buy yean Jroceries from us at the Brit WCTODD 32- - ER0 WATCHMAKERJEIrVELER DEALER IN Â¬ J M RIFFE welry Silver and Platetl ware attention given to itl Â¬ day to sell his tobacco but did not sell Mr Buddie Cotton is coming down to look at his tobacco Dan McGuerry sold his steam corn mill to Lissus Cates and Donnelson Jones to grind for the new distillery on Cincinnati IIOOIMM to Loan branch oi this county They paid two Sioo 000 to loan on real estate in Madi- hundred dollars for the mill ton county at 4 percent Address A few weeks ago there was an inant boy L B OstlORNF supposed to be about ten days old left at Winchester Ky 31 34 the house of James Taylor of the Gillead Roosts for Keel It was left at night It neighboihood Four nice rooms for rent in McKee awoke Taylor and wife by crying just be- Â¬ fore day It had its nursing bottle and building over W A Powells clothing house corner Main and First streets outfit of infant clothing and a note bearSuitable for offices or bed rooms Apply ing its name Lewis MRS E BURGIN to 31- A Pleasisg Sense Modern All the details of dancing the Of health and strength renewed and of are so fully described ease and comtort follows the use of Syrup Society Dance of Figs as it acts in harmony with nature and illustrated with diagrams of the differto effectually cleans the system when cos- Â¬ ent steps and motions in Demorests Famtive or billions For sale in 50c and 100 ily Magazine for February now ready price only 20 cents that a child can learn bottles by all leading druggists Learn to dance them without a master Per Kelt to dance at home Better than an expensive Storehouse and rooms on Main Street course at Dancing School The articles opposite Hotel Glyndon 31- illustrations and instructions will include a now danced the the Plain Waltz Literary Note the Three Slide Polka Plain Polka Book News for January John Wana- Polka Redowa the Yorke the maker publisher fairly bubbles over with the the Heel and Toe Polka Caprice information about the newest books The Sciiottisch Military the new the whole Meld of American criticism has been Varsoviana the Berlin ect it carefully gone over and the opinions which are furnished cannot but prove of great W P Baxter painter and paper hangservice o all readers who are anxious to er does the best work See him and get get the best in the various departments of a good job 29- literature Mr Talcott William also Kiaaergartea write in a scholarly and discriminative Miss Florence Hood will receive pupil vein on works of contemporaneous interest and Mr Nathan Haskell Dole has a letter in Kindergarten basement ot t hnstian from Boiton which ha a pleasant literary Church on and after Monday January 5th 1890 She has just completed a specPhiladelphia Record flavor it ial course in a Cincinnati training school HwTBiiltsxVliew Book 2S- A brilliantly told story of travels in the Hume are agents for first Bihnam lands wrere Ben Hur lived by the wife class insurance companies Try them is entitled of the author of Ben Hur 333- The Repose in Egypt An Orient MedDonilson ha a quantity of new Sulley Mi 8 Wallace write with a pecu kies Surries and Buggies of the newest liar charm There is a happy abandon and winsome cheerfulness manifest that and most popular patterns and at very reasonable figures give the narrative a character of its own Â¬ 5- Madam Scott tells tne mysteries of the Consnlt Madam p ast present and future Scott at Homer Baxters Main trteet 26- corner Collins Sanitary Plumber and Qas Fitter DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FETTINQ DIMOHSS AND OTHER PKKCIc REPAIRING Promptly done ami iu a wcrkmatilike manner Cash Paid far Old Gold and Si CMRDELIERS AND GLOBES IBS- to the Poet office Kl - Dont nrget the place next door Ky GAS FIXTURES T3 fl 30- - THU nTTR 1 WE KEEP HYDRANTS Mil MS HARDWARE And all kinds of Mill Supplies Plumbing done in the Latest Modern SANITARY STYLE All Gas Pipes put Uhe rules of the New Has Com pany 32 31 Iojr Sale ipialitv and Our Goods are of excellent our PRK in according to Repairiag sfTinwar r LEi O Â¬ NOTICE estate of T All persons having claims against the B Ballard deceased are hereby notified to present them on or before March 1st or they will be barred ROY C WHITE Admr 30 33 tMSV M nmt to SHa BMj by Ma S OaaawlaTloj aartl II aa Kaaaar mmy wake aiaca Sal faa MaaS ywaaaaaily Saw mt iS Hal aad la a day A SPSCIALTY Bridgefortb Cooking and Heat ing Stoves lljl CLAUDE SMITH 17- - CO aw The volume is a handsome one finely il- Â¬ lustrated such a book as commonly tell for 100 to 150 but like other publication of this house generally the price is Â¬ aaa Fr Wnu any raa wklU I nominal- - only 50 cents plus 12 cents if by mail Inscriptive Catalogue 131 pages of popular and standard books may be bad free by addressing the publisher John B AiuiN 393 Pearl St New York M1 layi iipmia wind mUc MllMlBtnw snI l the bert msedy forlHar- It will ralfeTe the now Boas aaSerar tas- Sold tar Druadsu la err psrt of the BwdtalclT world feeita6ocUBVnis4sror If ntnI by Kilttoa with IH Over Piny Tsara Snonmra Svacr has bm aasS I users lor tkelr W w aaj C aw naSawl aWthwh imjlhw kti l rtvaw W aaVHUkv ans at vaa amalaalaa T aantaT ILEX aaaaaa aaaa KB HITLi0 READ We SUUIU THIS is P Baxter does not do your job for half price but doe you a good job for See him if you are a reasonable price W going to have any done osm rat 1T1 faiiies 11111 llakasi TTa atan r row rtns to to arwrk Ti tw mm ytkvrr taaatr aBenwua mirety mw UtxlW brtassra wMtarftU aaK tnaB M ewary wortwt II yaar wejeas 4wa a t all ii mi f fnm - I m nmrntak ym Uto fmlwmw- - W t JU apaww M waaiada bar FH MONEY tf WW Ml eel si r SAW he Of by inwart Twaisur at -tkfT kww Any Ktwy t iuurm aft law wawb ma So a To t an tawwtraa anil IhM fwnt hax amm W til TIlEAUUaWs I met Eighteen old she said star brata was tinvl with the whirl Of questions In bar head Sac askrd me Whats an opt mist V I riled k made Beah h n is a pewlinUt d me - a little QUESTIONINGS cottar e girl jrn theres n phost of a chance Dumpy the old nag knew his business and plunged I vi ouidnl hare Iwlieved he had another extra porid in him for the three alarms had made the hone wild there stood my little wife on the cross walk I v as to I knew it all at a m to do some come in on th Christmas shopping- for little Teddy To stop was against rulos for it meant death by the engines and hook just slewing round To tu n to the right waa a smash into a horse car even if our little wheels ever gmt over the grid- When rod help m LIVE STOCK NOTES SEE OUR LINE OF to expiaia one who run s a aain Tl iaaaafl 9a4M Matt1 la an apaoetic praj T know ad away go estioa jouve asked Jur too bat Wj Life V THE CHIEFS HIDE Coins to v Bar Buggy Firs in a Light of Side- - boyhood oiMATE whom I now alonp the the n of of the Depart mi nt related to ae follow Â¬ ing e x e i t i n p DO it RE TKLIFD lire iW f cars U t nit pivc it r as I can in the brave You mav think all verv fine f our We f our horn MC the electric nek like ours you it takes ke that s to n and children arth in spite of I V had He d to But man and b wood and Well Im iron of switches Straight on meant killinp Sarah Dumpy would poke her flat with his spouting n istrils and then put his big steel shoe through Chief knew my dear one too Kind calm he just said Take the curb Ed back o lamp- Â¬ posts Chief I said this wagon wont stand Io it he yelled I pulled the right rein Dumpy sprang to the sidewiilk and sir that India rubber thing bounded clean over a ten ineh putter cur j I suppose from the crown of the street We went across Thank God rny wife was saved Hut chief was landed in a dry poods store window on a pile o woolens all He was up and away to station ripht em they said in nc time I broke the pla ss in that win low for him and knew no more til in the hospital I saw Sarah bendinp over m See here The scar under his cap told its own tale It is well encuph to add that the frail elastic side bar buppy was not injured at all Emory S Uayncs in N Y Ledger Â¬ lit LOOKED OlT i np in walk up to and risk it al nop md had the I Gboomiwo is as healthful in the winter as in summer Warm the bits before putting them into the horses mouths IIorsfs should be turned out for exercise every pleasant day To get the best results handling and training should begin when the colt is very young One third each of com oats and barley pround together makes a good winter ration Keeping the horses heels and legs clean in the winter is the best preven Â¬ tive for scratches Standing in wet manure tends to make the feet of the horse tender Keep Ma clean It is penerally best to keep one team well shod during the winter to use on the road when slippery Coits will make a better growth and development if they arc given a light feed of ground oats every day Change the feed of ten enough to keep They all stock with good appetites will thrive better am less feed 1 1 you have the ripht kind of horses the buyer will come after them if the wrong kind you will have to hunt a buyer me people who give the cattle the best of care neglect the hogs The hog will repay good care as well as other kinds of at nstipation in swine mi to produce The fit e kinds of food lend to prevent it He i arefal of the eves of animals They are jut as delicate as t People often work human beings rv carelessly with forks aroji The swine breeder who feeds oil meal It is a occasionally will not regret it tonic and a regulator of the bowels should be taken not to feed too much rooming is a cheap way of improv- Â¬ It can ing the condition of the horse be done at the simple cost of a curry comb and brush and the expenditure of a little elbow grease which will never be missed Always remember that a hog is a hop and consequently as the animal has no judgment about eating you Better must exercise judgment for it let the animal go a little hungry than to feed it beyond its capacity to utilize the food The manure of the pig pen is very One writer estimates the valuable value of a pigs manure at a dollar and forty two cents for every one hundred pounds from the time of birth to time of There is no better man- Â¬ slaughtering ure for ro1 FALL WINTER BE MYNP Â¬ overcoats GREATVPROPOSITI01 OF Syjr You 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 buy vou to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky ft MITCHELI They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot ask foe anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing apThe fall has been a little backparel but what they have it in stock be a long time before we have sweet April it is true but will ward showers and we advise one and all to prepare lor the long cold win We do not ter that every one the goose bone included predicts advertise to sell Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell goods cheaper than our competitors can bay them but we do adver You want uality considered lise to sell them as low as anyone so give us a first class well made Clothing and we want your trade call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are confident that you will not go away without beins convinced that we ad Talk is cheap but low prices and honest square veriise the truth Dont foriM that we have the larg wins every time treatment in Richmond an i Inst selected stock ever Â¬ Â¬ c Cawrier -- Journal IN CONNECTION WITH THE- - AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPEDIA ERITANNICA j FOR 8 CTS A It is a Dictionary of Al added description Origin and Growth with Aceura Population Resources I DAY - TO - DATE 250 a Month for One Year THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPEDIA - COMPLETE - UP CLO THING C0VIN6T0H ft MITCHELL jdefoz e Buy JJ Befcro You Buy CQTOTQJMITCILL1 M TOl failwIiyLLi Southside mrfhrc Main 4000 Special Biographical Sketches A LITERARY of Noted Personages siria l Yi Til 9 cell inn and Dead Brought Down to Date lfc Street near Hotel Glyndon TRZA3URI BIYQM PRia FINK CLOTHING Yon need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat Ten Larse Handsome Innted on vimm hxtra rine taper m Expr i rk NINETY SIX COLOR ED maps Showing Every Country in the W every State in the Union Correi A CHANGED THE WORDING Uramatic Critic Who Waa Equal to an I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest stvles and best goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES TheWcrk is Fully Ilk id bifaidj ui faityhi h rse in th i its the partment regulation e door of luck and -- iiga--rv-ir-Y- I in- - ruupht up for and then ioners to count he have ain Ten That meant old man hat have icle was ted to xcept his am with box nd a high We ant Iut it busi- M 3 vy mc T ODoyle from abture I soy Moike are ye down thei1 ke in the wvadow Oi am ODoyle Well then just urcy seen Some t The dramatic editor rolled up his sleeves cocked his cigar a little higher and wrote Last night the theater going portion of our community was treated to a mis- Â¬ erable farrago of maudlin melodramie nonsense written for the purpose of exploiting the notorious bruiser and tough John Sluggeran the hero of the play It is a matter of sincere regret and deep humiliation Here the office boy came in Said he Yort to tell de boss to send a feller out to get some news of the wreck on G Dey say dere wont be the J A no trains run out fore nine tennorror night All dem actors has to stay over till den The dramatic editors copy fluttered idly to the floor lie did not pick it up but began anew something like this When one considers the brief dra- Â¬ matic training which Mr John Sluggeran who delighted our lovers of the histrionic last evening has received the marvelou- - manner in which he ac- Â¬ quitted himself of his difficult task etc etc Indianapolis Journal Nearly 14000 Columns of Reeding Mattel Rnnfc JJUUbO TJQi Xl dbfe ChlllX Hats SrhrfcG KJllUdD all sizes qualities and prices Try I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of is coming and nothing ls more neces- sarv than a good pair of Boots oi Shoes I have OUR PROPOSITION a pair oi BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES i Winter UNPARALLELED OFFER TH RIEKIi a years -- i chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders llipnicllir III Ulfclllllf T aOtrl VJUUUJ5 rnr Cllffg in Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and abundance Neckwear Handfc heavy plain fancy cotton woolen daily delirered ii jroor sddrt - ml i com ICANIZkU ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNIC 3000 payable in monthly installnx plete set of Encyclopaedia delivered on payable 2 50 a month Encyclodaedia in tine Library or Sheep Bin Â¬ was ng for the i Cured by Lymph rr from over I k of I T l L L a small The took hen p up 1 - med to groan - go My street It wa-i the first patient to be d ured by the Koch lymph from any of the New York boa- A month ago he was a hop invalid He was suffering from incip-Â¬ ient pulmonary consumption and was admitted to the Belle I lie Hospital The first injection though very light camo near killing him He rallied after a suffering and continued to improve until discharged from the hi - cured His total gain of weight since his first injection is eighteen pounds W Â¬ John F OWELL McKees Corner OLIVER PLOWS TAT a 30- U IIUUI WUclI Light medium siik Etc Etc Conrier Joarnal one year 3600 p month for ten months Encyclopaedia in Half Morocco Binding Journal one year 3900 payable 6 50 ten lontha faVIive per cent off for t pitlia can be examined at 1 Brooks DRUG STORK SOLE Mid de lions AJI R MA Donslnn PATPPTfiV warranted and VAUllVil and price stamped has bin name w- - Shoe are every pair on nvttam aS Sf rflH ml llirt P0R OKAOQUAINTED WITH TEE GEOGRAFHT OF THE COU3IT3T WOJ MUCH VALUABLE rWFORMATIOJT FBOnt A STUDY OF THIS M A UAH ViiCWGB S 5 Ic a --i f g- rua Pank nr Druggists to Sell Koch Lymph kok ott announced that the pu- de of the Koch lymph m intrusted to druggists throughout Ger iuany Steps in this direction have al- been taken and the plans it is v will be pleted within a few layv It i J jfc dfl Hfcnw WAS WMPr PAWING AXD QITV- - EING a you wondered woulil lipht after trying to te the birds You M e a fellow re-tlear him a way any thing Hut women are oks all packed t liut as you jump into g kind o part like mpare it like hens and chickens when a hawk tails the farm you rfmemler Well it up as rou sk h mans black and the two livery t urn their et out and ti does it round them liap almost off run Dumpy in 1 1 np on Fralu A Shut Dawn at Cedar Rapids iless apples were known to the an- rid opera The strike of the si ice then many mentions and tors on the Chicago Milwaukee and St have been made of the same fact Friday Within the last century not only aaaaV laul road was inaugurated The office at l euar Rapids fruit- - 1 ut those preceded by no morning Ia was closed up It is under blossoms lia e been occasionally met with Thus he no blow variety was that all the offices on the main line are ut apparent blossom and bore no closed also tlu r example s of the same pe- Â¬ Ten Injured In Georgia culiarity hav appeared under different News has been received from Madi names In the common cherry the kernel or eiabryo of the seed is fre- non tJa of a wreck on the Covington and Macon road in which the Athens quently abortive and therefore u panarnger train was thrown down a for ennination The second bloom of embankment About ten - ofin and of strawberries doubled Iistillate varieties of the persons were injured but none fatally fruit will sometimes produce Harder Over Sunday Closing berries but without seeds The banana Bob Bennett a barber was shot and of the t illustrati- as of killed Friday morning at 1ueblo Col less fruit There are many varieties of O Citchell a fellow workman ropical fruit and it is probably The trouble between the two men was true that tie wiht plants wen seed over Sunday elosing and increase of bearing Tl e so called dried currants -apes from Corinth In Damaged By False Imprisonment California this grape produ At Erie Pa the case of Mrs Julia and attempts to niM the standard Dunn vs Ezra Cooper in which the article have failed I in the other hand the Sultana grape of California is seed plaintiff sued for 100000 for false im- Â¬ some vine of the Klack prisonment has ended with a judgment Hamburg--Americin favor of the plaintiff forS500 Agriculturist Â¬ sixtv-four-foiIk--an Strua W L DOUGLAS FOR 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN a akMaaaaaV Tliiawaftra8Sw5 m w Fine Calf nnd Laced Gennine llaud SSOO atyllan Ureas Shoe O iA OO Itaiiewd Vi and n e Welt tQ BO UoodyearDooular p tv Shoe at a O line Tpcllence and weana e better shown than f lta tbousands of coi kairrproof Grain qwUltie oi thH shoe t H Ir- - - tbr ttaiilard drcaa durability tfXfisr 3 5 Allniat have bssen mot faTorablr rprelwtl alnce tntrodncd and the recent trnprivernents make tbem mp actor to any shoes snM at thr11 prices Ask your Dealer an1 If he ca mot supply TOO HS4 direct to factorr enclosing adTertlsea price or postal for order blanks 32SHOESlafdhIs V 1 pfTlally dpa4 i tc Button and Lace gt DOKILAS Ur nrktoj Mtts Sold by Jack Freeman ROCK iSLAKD PACIFIC MHW1 Including mam lines branches and extensions East and V Missouri River To all points East Norti City to Rock Isiand Davenport Des Momea Chtctwo a LBA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Wc town Minneapolis St Paul and lnterver short direct route In connection witli Unco tt Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southorn point Karmta City it also constitutes THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and frraz world forming- the speediest most popular and occr transportation to and from ail citi s towns ar orado and the Indian Territory FREE Re Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodo Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and THE CHICAGO f THE MISSOURI RIVER INSURANCE MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS raiik tie cratt hor-ev-- r she I tod one it was fearful how I all 1 slow up naaa not with thre hole dry goods dis- Let him go go go I n ait aftr that any We went though I never expected to live through it Im not in nil on description but was such a trip the dart of tha as a hound makes when cattle turn on him to horn him in a pasture by the bars The wheels on my side actually hung in air m st of the time slowly turning from their last touch on the aef was obliged to shift and crowded me to my knees ii I could not endure and so I stood up I dont tl ink I ever stood np be- n al my driving It was queer thing dancing the baggy bobbinf and then trembling like its MaV father used to iwr nt school- say prfrhmy up ii i irpuil awayahi ad hu np up Hike a wall You know when a fireman catches sight o wo things toil mihimi him feel very solemn first it mak lainesa and no false awful ca kBMM that he th tana kit K may lay his lones in a white heap not snore u a handful right in that pile o buildings then the next effect is it makes him crazy not foolishly losing bis head but smoke wakes a fellow all up mad like there yelled s oar old chief exa1 -- ircs T ai 1 - then that we named uvenne That last alarm bad brought out No 34 and she waa the avenue at right an Â¬ gle to us Itehind aboae boys was No k who t knew waa No 61 ues can turn safely enough but Now orders is for a ciirf t nmi rp ht aheal and not I The Irish Registrar General in his A very p etty young schoolmarm in a public schol not a thousand miles from report on the potato crop in Ireland Long Branch saw a mouse run across announces that TS0901 acres of potatoes in 1890 the class r xm floor one day last week were plantedpreceding as against year and that the Scholars said she a mouse is in the acres in the DEALEUS IN Alsh KINDS OF- yield had decreased 1037198 tons room Do not be frightened The lit Â¬ tle girls al tightened their skirts around On the Landing their legs md the eyos of the little boys Hfiiisfi Wno Penelope Dont Stop 1SH1M glistened with suppressed excitement Jack I cant help it kisses her II UUUUllllUiVj UVUMU 1 Dont anybody be afrai said the Penelopes How dare you when I for- Â¬ young seh xdmarm but heavens just bid it BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL then the i ouse dashed across the floor Jack You merely said Dont stop toward her and she made a frantic leap Life to the top of a bench The mouse shot in Roofing An Inrzprrtrd Annw r out of the door and in time the trem- Â¬ Mrs Cob Tavl Bob what did yon 40- bling teacher descended and taught Richmond Ky March 19 1890 mean by talking in your sleep last school again X Y Sun night about chips and three of a kind 15 Keeping Before tha Iuhllr Tayl Why wed been playing Wife lust you go out to night fk pr at tno loli nil pvenimr Life J A G WILLIAMSON Husbard Indeed I must Important CITY KNG1NEEK rery imjiortant It wont do to stay around home these days A man must Civil Engineer and Surveyor I HAVE MOVED MY keep himself before the public or be SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 HCHFHBE CIVICS forgotter Mcrlptions used for many to 10 foot alcy Orchard Srreet new Wife Bow are you going to keep v ith sucoeafind for over ic Survey made f r Rail Turn Every Mnjrle Sp rooms QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE yourself before the public to night r th fllwamag natmcq liikf N Knantwayn KxiiniHie niven du lot 32x150 to 10 foot allev Hallie Irvine ut dragging purg- Husband Easily enough Ill just Farm drniiif Imwii liii-- laid off to mv new btiiljing on Third Stirct ud arc In fart and look around until I run across some where I har eyerv larilitv for doing the and Orange Streets rewr4icftkcWrU new TWO FRAME DWELLINGS f work more rapidly than ever be GENERAL LAND SURVEYS sort of a meeting somewhere or other ecu uct or rmncu u voa 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant 1 KcTcrs Congestion Innanunatlon foie and then 111 go in and nominate Chaun Jt Warata Worn Ferer Won Inew retiuecl Sp rial atemion given W ill be pleased to i ee al my old pa- - lots all well finished cey M Eepew for something or other 3 rymK Callc orloethlnf 10 aaMrailiiral in n Mid piatM of rd many new one- 4 IMarrncn of lilUrMcr Artulu Three Eieant BUILDING lOTS and my name will be in al the papers Tlplnic WliounOoilc 3 ITnieri ai nis and nilier laMtda Cnrref pondJJSrRemember I hive moved to Third 40x150 feet srperate or as a whole on to morrcw N V Weekly mamas vonuuac i anirra Cold Baaflanalla enee wlicilt d with imrtifs InteracOii Street bet Iivine and North Sireeih I Firth Street altka In taarava of lands in mountain cmin- tlla Toolharbn rar S L MIDKIKF n- 9 eadaraea StfffcHrartafhe Verthro THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS Infnntilr Ix- Ilea if Keituiky 10 nana Powells addition on Walnut Street J Mamma if we cant go to Heaven aTOrtice C ty Hall Richmond Kv rnirra edor Pal i Wkilr 50x160 feet each now can we move to Philadelphia 13 roup CoukU Mfflcolc BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY 14 fait Kaeaaa Brral Why child what put that notion 10 For price on E any of the above Id KliPIBatlRM Rhi 1U Pf Trraad Agne W WIGGINS hills Malaria inquire cf MRS into your head 1 Plica ittlndor WeedJna County Biblr Sxietv has The Madion My look here says Philadelphia is 1 4-0laiarrh Innnenza Ccld IntbaBead acWton Si Brooks in Waoaplng Coagh Violent Concha noted fcr its cleanliness and in another riH ral HeHllllfD7anmiwi iiber of Bibles and B KtdaeT ltiaeanr place it says Cleanliness is next to god mely priau llebilil v Wertlng liness -- Judge II I rinarv IVrikina Boggn ii f The firm of Wallace e w o are able to hnv - lliaraaeaaf larHrar liaU d 100 da d a who to Cnttlnf OS IMm umIob Sold hy Drngfjata or iit poatpaK an iw of price Da Bnmin V New A dwelling house withsix rooms Barbtr You are getting quite bald rfciT lKiun1 la cloth and gold mailed traa air Cant I recommend something for HUMPHHETS MEDIOIWE OCT Oor Wiluani and Jonn Strata Mrar Tork E your head id Kv Mr lurry Why yes Id like my LNDON i k bat as i oon as pob She Wrakrnrd Irish Potato Crop SHACKELFORD -- for sale ioy BURNAM HUME GENTRY Finn The Oldest and Strongest American Companies Leading all competitors In splendor of eq iipmont cool ir by steam from the locomotive m wintor well ventilated a leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arriral of tr and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Reclining Chair Cars RUN NINO THROUGH WITHO Lenver Colorado Sp ings and Pueblo making stops only at in tervemng stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining K vement stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph fu at seasonable hours and at moderate r NORTH AMERICA THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST To Manitou Pikes Peek the Garden of the Gods Cas Idaho Sprinars tan mountaiTi parks minina camps d h anting and fishing- grounds and s Harnwarfi Tiiwarfi lUIUiVi Goods BFfUNGFIXD CONNECTICUT fri PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS and Guttering Workers Sheet Metal of All Kinds It Vestibula Express Trains are equipped with aver that can odd to safety convenience comfort an They also make close connections at terminal citiei Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Unaoo rmaaaaa Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging line Per Ticket Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Weatarn TrJ Cssaad monthly or further Usirei lr formu E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN General KjaaMB CHICAGO II 1 STtiek4ai DR G W EVANS G W EVANS JB- - Humphreys REMOVAL1 FOR SALE Blacksmith Shop ROCK BOTTOM RATES S Dont torget our office Farmers National Bulk BURNAM is at Hie GW HUME N B Tohacco Bam Country Store and Milling property pim ialties B 33 32 H m mm m 1 B0S RICHMOND Buv sell and exchanRe Ileal Real Estate ami genera List your properly at once for Evans Son I ill LCI FOE SAIL KY m sige n 0 llfaia H- DISSOLUTION I offer for sale the residence and grounds 01 Third street Eighty foot front new houe with three rooms kitch en cellar outbniding c All in good repair On street car line 26- V PICKELS G Ktate l ess in all of its deta Â¬ i i FOR RENT Mrmitu WitV IKHMtXtiM fewHM rnLM SPECIFICS nMW IMTItWTIM TfiffiSiOKV rrn ere MNU TH180 mamOJ AID JtFF tSSM ST8KTS MH KEIPHH SMMT MaU TTPt wm i jpj tm r tm aavaar a tTaiTrm aajsiant Cattwt 75irjT MHSVIUE IT umcim GaTUMK II 2 i el Oft