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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- fWfftfcnr-rj e EAiavy sjygujiuii LiJjj M S I I VOLUME A i IV fI Germans Kat Him Raw blood 1IH I SEAL POACHING What One or the Authorised Seal nun ters lias to Say About Retiring Sea Mat ters The European edition of the Herald publishes an interview at Cannes with Herman Liebes on the Behring Sea controversy He approves Secretary Blaines course He asserts that the seals are being hunted to death and will be exterminated unless prompt meas ures are taken England will then suffer also as five thousand persons in London live by preparing the skins I he poachers with whom England sides are not English The crews of the Canadian sealers are American seaman Last year fifty one ve were engaged in poaching son if England gives her protei 150 ships will be in the murine This means destruction to the seals Li Mills and Tevis pay the Gorenu 811 for every seal they kill and supply the inhabitants of their leased island with medical attendance fuel and schools The inhabitants are Indians from Alaska in number four hundred and but for the sealing would starve Iiebi firm is willing to abstain from killing seals for five or six years to give the animals a chance provided other forbidden also The reason seals are exterminated is that those killed are mostly females with young Out of fifty three thousand skins brought to London this season by poach ers ninety nine per cent belonged to females Liebes does not believe there is any danger of war in the matter which is tx small for England to fight a This season thirty nine Viet sels killed over forty thousand while fourteen American ships killed under fourteen thousand He h that Americas rights in this sea are unquestionable a were never questioned i As Sa ull poachers caught on her side of tl there is no poaching there Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ fc a -I I V RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28 1891 A I m Luattsu qgugj NUMBER 33 a I TOKNKYS W E T RlKNAM ATTOItXETS-AT-L- KtxrcKy Buiunuia Uuii J A SULLIVAN A 7 TOHNET-AT-L- A Wx Pimples Blotches AXD- - THE AMERICAN HOG Declared By Minister Boettioher to Be an Unclean Beast But the Trouble fcrrm to Be That Soma In the German Reichstag Thursday Herr Karlh a member of the Deutsche lreisinnie party moved to repeal the prohibitions on American pork and baeoa imports Dr Von Hoetticher Secretary of the Imperial Home Office in replying to Herr Harth said that the considerations which had determined the Government to prohibit the importation of American pork and into Germany turned mainly on the fact that American pork was injurious to health Despite the increased stringency of the measures taken in America to suppress the trade in bad hog products there was still no guarantee that Ger- Â¬ many would be sufficiently protected from the dangers of trichinosis Seven percent of American pigs said Dr Von Boetticher were affected with the disease while only 06 per cent of Ger- Â¬ man pigs were affected Many Americans considered that the existing measures for the control of hog importations were inadequate The economic im- Â¬ portance of the prohibition was exaggerated Only three per cent of the pigs consumed in Germany were of American origin The decree against the importation en- Â¬ must be forced until American pork is pronounced clean Herr Schmidt another member of the Deutche Freisin nige party urged the necessity of supÂ¬ plying the working people of Germany with American meat which was con- siderably cheaper than German meat 1 he Americans declared Herr Schmidt had revenged the prohibition of American pork through the new tariff Herr Frege a Conservative said he favored the prohibition of American pork The question involved concerned the public health and not the interest of land owners as a section of the press sought to prove Herr Broemel of the Deutsche Freisinnige party held that it was unchristian like to make the peoples necessities of life dear in this barbarous manner Every workman in Germany he declared could save considerable through the use of American pork Dr Von Boet- Â¬ ticher further stated that it was an er-Â¬ ror to suppose that the prohibition of American pork was connected with any question of adoptng a system of increased protection in Germany It was solely a measure looking to the health of the people The American press itself admitted that the condition of the ani- nials when slaughtered was by no means without danger At this point Dr Von Boetticher read a series of extracts from American papers in support of his He said that tie English assertions and the American people did not eat raw meat such as was sometimes con Â¬ sumed in Germany The Americans themselves demanded that the Government adopt similar measures to those which had been adopted in Germany Count Kanitz said he approved of Dr Von Boettiehers remarks He declared that the new American tariff was not intended to retaliate against Germany for its prohibition of Amer- Â¬ ican pork but was a general measure of protection affecting other Powers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SEVERE STORM and Wind FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Second Session WAsnntGTOS Jsn 19 Senati An hour and a half was consumed discussing a point of order raised by Mr Gorraan taking issue with tho Vice President s ruling last Friday to the effect that an appeal from a decision of the hair on a non debatable question was Itself not detatable The matter was Anally dropped mid after the introduction of a number of bills the elections bill was taken up and Mr George addressed the Senate In opposition to the bllL House Mr Mills Tex rose and moved an umendment to the journal relative to the re- tusal of the Chair to r motion to leeonsider the vote by which Fridays journal was approved Most of the session was taken te on this motion but anally the d was approved- - yi ts 101 The hill fur the relief of Sarah r E Ferine sseL Tile Speaker appointed Mr G of the Committee on Post ost Koads and on motiou of Mr Mills Tex the House adjourned Washinotow 0 Ssnate Mr Dawes presented a petition signed by three ex Governors of Massachusetts and many other dis tinguished citizens of that State and of New York asking that General Banks may be placed on the retired list of the army Re Â¬ ferred Mr Aldnch made an effort to bring up the closure rule resolution but was held off by the Democratic talaon the election bill until nearly the hour of adjournment when Mr George accorded him the floor for that purpose HofSE One of the most exciting scenes of tb s Congress took place in the House early this af ertoon At one time it was thought the angry members would come to blows across the aisle dividing the political parties and the pow- Â¬ er of the great mace had to be Invoked to restore order The trouble was over the adopt tioi of the Journal After the excitement la tht House caused by the action or Mills of Tex Â¬ as had subsided and the journal had been ap Â¬ proved by a vote of lit to 103 tne Rouse went Into committee of the whole on the District appropriation bill No action waa ta- Â¬ ken and pending debate the committee arose and the House adjourned THE COMMONWEALTH Louisville is working to have the Capital removed to that city An enthusiastic meeting was held in Lieder kratz Hall a few nights ago to that end Mrs Jclia Hiobee the Meade Coun- Â¬ ty woman charged with the murder of four of her children was adjudged inÂ¬ sane at Muldraugh a few days ago She was ordered committed to the An- Â¬ chorage asylum Hat ami Hat Osmond Roberts of Russellville celebrated their golden wedding a few days ago They have lived in that city all their Patrick Pensions for Kentucky OMaiia Louisville Archer Hurley Louisville Walter Dade Hopkinsville Frank Frazier Dyersburg Win S Boathwiek Franklin Moses Kees Win- Â¬ chester Thomas Blackburn Louisville Wm Turpin Kidds htore H Wallace Paint Lick Darwin Moore Hammack James Lee Rryantsville Isaac Washington Maysville A Galbard Boone- ville Geo W Jones Somerset Geo W Roberts East Point Edwin Forbes Fordsville David Willen Glensfork Wm A Dunscmore Fanbnsh John B King MeKee John M Vick Central City Maggie J Price former widow of James H Reed Hodgensville minor of Moses Malone Faywood Emma F widow of Samuel H Brown Covington Mat William Temple Hardin one of the best known citizens of Shelby County aged seventy one years was found dead in his bed at the residence of his R B Caldwell in Shelbyville the other morning Representative Goodnight has in- Â¬ troduced in the House bills to remove charges of desertion from the war records of Henry Fowler and Alex Ritter both of the Fifth Regiment Cavalry Volunteers Also bUls to pay to W A Drain of SeotUville administrator of estate of A Drain 8500 and 8320 to Wm A Wolt hall of Cumberland County for sup- Â¬ plies furnished Union Army The foUowing fourth class postmasters were appointed a few days ago for Kentucky B Hurt Browns Cross Roads Clinton County vice P J Vin- Â¬ cent resigned Miss L Craft Crafts- vUle Letcher County vice B Craft re j signed R H FrizzelL Fair Dealing Marshall County vice W S Stone re- Â¬ signed B Farmer Farmdale Franklin County vice R B Money resigned The remains of Ben B Smith a former well known citizen of Shelby County were buried at Shelbyville the other morning with Masonic honors Mr Smith died in Arkansas City where he has resided for the past three years The Kentucky Horse Breeders Asso- Â¬ ciations has made arrangements and conditions for the first 825000 trotting stake ever guaranteed in America It will be trotted in Lexington by foals of 1891 when two and three years old The wiU go mile heats best two in three and the next year will go mile heats three in five The merchants of Frankfort are highly incensed over the meeting of citizens in Louisville to agitate the re- Â¬ moval of the State Capital to Louis- Â¬ ville and threaten a commercial boy- Â¬ cott in favor of Cincinnati The following convicts were paroled a few days ago Tom Davis colored sent from Louisville September 1 for one year for false swearingand Wm Haley sent from Lexington June 1SU0 for two years for manslaughter Seven applications were rejected A number of electric street car con- Â¬ ductors in Lexington have been dis-Â¬ missed It is alleged that they did not make correct returns The other night a child not more than four days old was left in a basket on the porch of Mrs Pres Broughton near Stony Point Bourbon County The little fellow was well dressed and as bright as a dollar There is no clue as to its mother but Mr Broughton although having several children of his own will care for the little Â¬ Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Of Snow Eastern States Visits the Which Play Havoc With Telegraph and Other Electric Wk AT COST Boots and Shoes Having decided to discontinue the Boot and Shoe Department of my businest ARF FVIPFXCE That the Hood is wrong ti h- Kemukv ormerljr i i - i ii I harmless to the -- es delicate child yet rces the t surfcue and eliminates itfrtm the blood that nature is cndeav ZfHS to throw off ttu impurities Nothing is so bencfuial in assisting nature as Swifts Specific S S S It is a simple impound Is Kentikv i The eastern part of Pennsylvania was visited by Satur day and Sunday mornin Dgera from Philadelphia report that the storm was very severe there great havoc being done to the telegraph and tele wires and telegraphic communication is practically The Western at Harris Â¬ Iphia poison S A I A I URGKKV I 0 XSVILLM Inneli r D Bee bwin Fulton Arkansas on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed brkClFic Co Atlanta Ca La t ity Marshal cured while circuit Baltimore ami by New a York KENTUCKY tiiloil tiling 17- - MTU HATS B O DENTAL SURGBOM - - Knncxr M - DI D S KKNTUCKT MiuliKun National tyELBY W BURGIN Kent i iky lln it Im fl I i BOOTS T S ATTr- route The communication at all breaks tound to a point of Harrisburg It take a month to repair all the tele- phone wires It is feared the high waÂ¬ ters in the Susquehanna will cause damage at certain points badly situated for a flood The storm which set in at 11 oclock Saturday night and con- Â¬ tinued until noon Sunday in New York was the severest of the season thus far About six inches of snow fell and it was of the wet clinging kind that fastened itself to every thing it touched loading trees until they were shorn of their branches or fell prostrated with their trunks snapped as though they had been mere twigs and rie wires until the way under the pressure and broke in all directions or until the poles on which they were strung fell crushed by the immense weight 1 lonr and Ja THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR down at PRIME COST MINING ACCIDENT Two Hundred Miners in the Very Rowels of the Earth The fan house of a coal mine three miles from Evanston Wyo burned W A PHYKItIAXR jK JM LL BLACK IAN A HUMAN FURNACE Temperature or an Omaha Hospital Fa tient Puzzling 1hyHiciaim Thursday wooden and surgeon Kv Iiii HOOSC rill JENNLNOS II 1 SIC AX AND SURG KKVIIVkl imr luxl to Second NhIiohhI T- - II K OIBSOX if AND X Kentucky 7 stzT VD SHOES E S UNDERWEAR HOSIERY H s SURGEON KtMi IKI a titles HriL 3- X Kfxhikv 3- - I J TAYLOR in Medi Practitioner ine and Surgery K I N I KV ret U i a - Uioeery A- - JOHN M POSTER - X Kktixkv n xt iloor In Mh i I nxonV and l XsMMTl M M I BON i tefnfaM I the pub M LETCHER VANO SURGEON M13RELLAS khsrickv 28- - VALISES C W BRIGHT M I K ANDSURGEON S Homt o HOLTON - C G WALLACE Kfnticky il uihic Physician and Surfieon 104 MAIN STREET a ios- nt to AJ AULTZ I VSICIAN G0RMLEY -- A xv sun a EON Kentucky HAS TUE- - Mala Hlreet Buniam18- alrs CJUAS KOOKE1 VRTBRINART SURGEi GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Mti odFINEST LINE - OF trv nini sterility a Dii- Wii door to ii max omce oiiB Itn hinomi K THOMAS It AYRES Saddlery AND I 1 -- fen Agnej JAVIKG RETURNED TO I i 1 RICH- have decided to give im Cain i the buying and selling d the Collection at ill thank you for your patron 22 Trotting Horse Outfits RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C 8c iiatstoox Street 0pp LEXINCTON New 0 Depot KY Building and Furniture L iHTEDAKD VENTILATED St-- Joseph hospital Omaha Neb is a ease that has attracted the attention of the best physicians of Omaha and the equal of which is not known in medical history It is that of Mrs McKinney wife of a railroad man of Kearney Neb The phenomenal feat ure of the case is that the womans bod- Â¬ ily temperature for six months past has ranged from normal to 171 de Â¬ grees Fahrenheit and has re- Â¬ mained at 140 degrees for weeks at a time Heretofore the highest authenticated case of temperature not resulting fatally has been 114 dagl On April after the birth of a child she w as attacked with a severe case of peritonitis when her temperature ran to 112 degrees and remained so several 11 days Drs J W Oalbraith and Peabody two leading Omaha physi- Â¬ cians have charge of the case Ther Â¬ mometers were mad and especially tested for the case Repeated experi ments were made and records kept showing a range in the temperature during the pat six weeks of from six degrees below normal up to 171 degrees For nearly two weeks the average temperature was 140 degrees Since April 12 over pieces of bone and fetal structures have been removed from the woman Two years ago Mrs MeKirney bad an at Â¬ tack of peritonitis at which time her temperature reached 1J degrees She FOOLISH ACT was at the Chicago Hospital at the time A Woman Consults a Medium and Then The woman is fairly strong physically Poisons Three Children and Herseir and the physicians in attendance have Mrs Ludwig Anderson wife of Louis reason to hope that she will recover pur- Â¬ Anderson of Brockton Mass chased a dram of morphine and when BRUTAL BURGLARS her husband had left for his work she Robbing mixed the entire quantity and dividing After Suspend a Watchman They Rind and Him Prom a Hook Where it into four parts gave one each to her He IIhmk Plft One ours 2 yearsand three children agecT 54 and John Thorns an unmarried man fifty took the fourth drink herself She then four years old has be n the watchman retired to her chamber taking the chil- Â¬ of the old Feltes property a li dren with her with the intention of mansion near Neu Brunswick N J never waking again The cause attrib- Â¬ A frame house opposite has been uted for the rash act is that of jealousy pied for a couple of months by two men She consulted a medium who told her known as John Walker and Frank that her husband was keeping company two men broke into the house about two with another woman and she resolved weeks ago and stole a quantity of butto commit suicide ter The matter was reported to the owners but no action was taken At King Kalakaua i Funeral noon last Saturday the two men again The last honors were paid in San entered the house bound and gagged Francisco to the late King Kalakaua of Thorns took all the money he possessed Hawaii Thursday afternoon During fifty seven dollars and then proceed Â¬ half of Wednesday and throughout the ed to put him in a frightful position His night the body of the dead King lay in mouth was securely gagged his feet btate in the mortuary chapel of the tied together and his hands bound Trinity Episcopal Church where the behind his back Another rope was King had several times attended the through the one that bound services since his arrival here A guard Thorns hands and this was attached to a of regular soldiers from Presidio kept hook in the ceiling aud the watchman watch over the casket throughout the drawn up so that his feet did not touch night The funeral ceremonies were the ground They then bolted the very impressive The remains were doors behind them run piled furniture then conveyed to the flagship Charles- Â¬ against it on the outside Neighbors ton which will carry the remains to who missed Thorns found him Monday Honolulu afternoon in the position the rol He had hung in that po- Â¬ had left him Fratricide sition for fifty one hours the ropes had twenty three cut into the bones and his body was in Charles Williamson years old shot and killed his brother a terrible condition He was uncou Erastus twenty years old at Shelbj S scious when rescued and it is thought C No motive is known for the deed he can not recover The murderer escaped The occurrence Williamson the so shocked Mrs Set the River Afire mother that her life is despaired of The great pipe of the Eureka Oil Field Company near Grafton W Va It Snowed Fish broke night where it en During the snow storm at Nashville Buffalo Tuesdayand when the break was creek Tenn Sunday morning countless small discovered the creek and the Mononga- They were fish were seen to fall hela river for twenty miles were cov Â¬ about an inch long and resembled the ered with oil After dark some one earp or mullet The greatest number tired the oil and the streams were soon fell on Broad street Some were found on fire Every object for miles was an Union street several blocks away iblc Thousands of trees were killed and five bridges burned including tho Getting Ready for Seal Poachers Grove The revenue cutter Rear is Wing fit great iron bridge at Pine led for sea at Ran Francisco and work Burial of George Bancroft sn her is progressing rapidly The The burial of the late George Ban most significant change that is being Wednesday forenoon at made is the strengthening of her spar croft took place cutting port holes and putting Worcester Mass The funeral party deck reached there on the New York and down gun carriages for two long four New England railway at 645 a m The inch rifles casket was taken to the baggage room where hundreds of people viewed it and Counterfeiter Arrested Matt Merritt and his wife and Frow the magnificent floral tributes which included those from the Emperor of were arrested at Des Moines la harged with counterfeiting coin In Germany the President the Chief Justice Fuller and many their house the poUce found a tin pail full of metal plaster of paris molds others files and other tools Five Vials of Kochs Lymph The President has received a package Horse Scared to Death from Hon Win Walter Phelps Lnited A horse belonging to Joseph Tenrod Minister to Germany containing it of an electric car Suites jaught hi- five vials of Kochs lymph and the Elkhart Ind Sunday and became ident has given two vials to Smy it so frightened that he fell dead General Hamilton of the Marine Hos- Â¬ pital Service in Washington and one Only Seven Widows Left Â¬ eighth wife of each to the Polyclinic Hospital of Chi- Lucy Decker Young cago the Charity Hospital of New OrBrigham Young is dead There are aud the City Hospital of Indian inly seven left including Amelia Fol apolis lom the favorite Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i In the afternoon It was a dry structure and was consumed rapidly This destroyed the means of supplying fresh air to the 200 men working beneath the surface The camp w as in a panic at once The mine lamps were extinguished and the men abled for an opening Nearly all were nigh well on exhausted to light Dg With air shut off from above the lim upply in the shafts and room--useup and all legan to smother as are prostrated The rush of the itic men was something awful til well in the main entrance and grew weaker at each tor breath It is thought all - and children of the miners were frantic The mine which iterated by the Central Pacific will be closed for some time ing tactics were employed on the correction of the journal in regard to the action of the closure resolution taken Tuesday evening The matter was debated all day and at midnight the Sen Â¬ ate sdjourned with the Journal not approved House The Democrats objected to the ap protal of the journal but were prevented from making speeches by the ruling of the Speaker supported by the Republicans It waa re solved to close debate on the District bill at 5 p m but the De moors ts prevented the taking of a vote by leaving the House and breaking a quorum Washinoto Jan xl Sesats Filibuster Washihqtoh Jan J2 Sebats After somo dilatory tactics the cloture rule was taken op for debate by a vots of 96 to Stewart Teller Jones and Wolcott Republicans voting with the Democrats The debate continued during the day A STRANGE STORY Robert Bay Hamilton said la He Still 1 lining the Living The startling rumor has been brought to Lewiston Idaho by a ranchman named Sanford that Robert Kay Hamilton who was reported to have been drowned in the Snake rivet while hunt- Â¬ ing last June is still alive and enjoying health Sanfi te learned from men who v a the Hamilton Sargeant ranch From these remarks he gleaned that there was a cloud upon Hamiltons life and he wanted it to appear to the world that he was dead The corpse of a man who very much resembled Hamilton was secured and placed in the river where it was found and the informa- Â¬ tion given out that he was dead The laborers said several promini t pi were in the secret that Han still living and that he had gone either to Australia or Alaska under ai sumed nan Â¬ Â¬ HorsE Mr McMUlln Tenn took the floor for U e purpose of Impeaching the ruling of the Spesker yeSterday declaring dilatory his Mr McMlllins motion that the resolution reported by the Rules Committee be recommitted with instructions to report a resolution providing for the reading of the District of Columbia appro priation bill and setting apart two days for its consideration Mr Springer Dl Mr 31and Mo and Mr Eoloe Tenn also spoke in support of the position taken by Mr McMUlln The Speaker made a statement of his position The debate he stud while nominally upon the approval of the Journal had really been upon Ihe propriety of cei tain rulings The journal was approved by rising vote The District of Columbia Appro priatkn bill was then passed without further dlfflcu ty and the House went into committee of the whole Mr Burrows of Mlohlgan In the chain on the naval appropriation bill general debate being limited to four hours Mr Bou telle etplainod the bill and without disposing of it the committee rose aud the House adjourn Â¬ ed Washihqtom S Jan Only Bewatb thirty eight Senators responded but at 1110 the re uisite number to make s quorum forty flvel had appeared the last being Mr Al nd business was proceeded with Mr Now is Your Chance to get whatever yon want in the Root and Shoe line for a little money EVER PAIR WILL BE SOLO AND AT STRICTLY COST Cockrel thereupon resumed the floor In order tocont nue his argument against the closure Tne measure was discussed pro Dynamite Under Houses Tli en blown up nrred at BTuefield r until 5 p m when Mr Aldrich asked consent for a vote The Democrats objected and the Senate recessed until Satur day morning IlotSR Mr Cooper Ind rising to a question of trivilege sent to the clerks desk and ion offered by him on Sep I last making certain charges against the orr musioner of Pensions and asking for a broadening of the investigation of that offi- Â¬ cial This resolution had been referred to the otnmittee examining previous charges and on Hie Uth of September the chairman of Mr Morrill of Kansas had been din cted to report the resolution but be ad sever performed that duty Referred to i Rules Debate on the naval ap as then col ul ad- - flJtlRemember that COST means what they cost me Saturday night The home of ins was demolished Thurs- store was ally v recked on the same night William Roans dwelling was de il uolished and several persons injured Three arrests have been made as a re f the explosion Saturday night The town is terrorized Va Four Hen Killed by Trains A telegram from Gallitzin Pa says that two unknown men were struck by a train Saturday night and instantly killed O L Shorts a Pennsylvania railroad brake man was struck by a train at East Conemaugh snnday and instantly killed An un Â¬ known man employed by Rrown Kroth- s at Krings Station was struck by a train Sunday and killed S4SEXATE Messrs i and Morgan spoke against the cloture rule on the Elections Bill and Mr Saunders in favor of boh Democrats refused to agree upon a date on which a vote may be taken and the Senate recessed until Monday HorsE The majority attempted to filibuster against th5 approval of the journal but were cut short ty Its summary adoption by the Re- Â¬ publicans The Naval BUI was taken up but not disposed of Jan News Items Internal Small pox The Court at Brussels goes into nourmng for Prince Baudoin three months It is stated that the real cause it his death was internal variola a new form of disease observed in Bru lately The King has ordered the fact of the Princes death concealed from a is aunt Princess Carlotta ex Empress jf Mexico Railway Wreck In Georgia An outgoing passenger train on the Central railroad of Georgia ran into a switch engine on an open switch near It McPberaon Ga Engineer Water house Fireman Wright and Conductor Ennis were badly bruised Several passengers were hurt none seriously Senator Hansbrougu His Name Hansbrough was r from North Dako-on the seventeenth it The Democratic vote went to Hansbrough The war on Pierce owing to the manner in which he distributed patron Ex nan Â¬ m No In the German Reichstag Friday a motion was made to repeal the prohibi- Â¬ tion of the importation of American pork After some discussion the mo-Â¬ tion was put to a vote and was defeated by 13S to American Pork for Germans entralljr KMES Located WCGormlcyCo ATTACHED Notice S2 am J250 per Day Important BAR Death An Editor Crushed a Duel John K Aydelotte editor of the Dob Ar Six shooter Billy and Butler County Democrat at Hamilton goning cowboys fought a duel Billy 0 was crushed and mangled to death having hit him was killed four bullets by being caught by tjie rapidly r ind Dob with three bullets in him is ving wheel of a gas enj Cowboys Fight to surgeon of Decatur 111 has just lompleted a novel surgical operation Re removed part of four ribs of a cat the nose of a and inserted them young lady forming a perfect bridge for the nose The bones of the nose n Hoir to a Throne Dead bad decayed and were removed This Prince Baudouin nephew of King otliing Gained is said to be the first operation of the Leopold and heir to the throne of Bel First Colored Child proudly Mah kind known in the annals of surgery gium is dead He died in Brussels at 8 normal The Unemployed of Chicago oclock Friday morning The cause of sistah Dinah shes been frou de an now of Chicago Chief of Police Marsh his death is alleged to have been an at Â¬ school an shes got er deploma a cultu ed young lady wif a fin- - estimates that there are between 4000 tack of bronchi idication ind 5000 men in the city unable to ob-Pooh Her sand Colored Child Chinese Driven Out and fears that manv of them All the Chinese laundrymen and la hair am jest ss kinkly as evah Judge ven to crime throntrh want borers have been driven from the towns of Western Athena and Adams Oregon by a mob U S Govt Report Aug 17 1S89 Bank Wrecker Dosed Highest of ill in Leavening Power t Courtat In the Unit Y Albany before Judge Cox Fri- Â¬ ll the A i Â¬ ing the plan to commemorate the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery af America by holding an exposition at ilenoa Ittly the birthplace of Colum- Â¬ bus Thi dispatch reports that the municipality of Genoa and the people at large are entering very earnestly into the project and have placed it un- Â¬ der the management of the Marquis Giacomo Doria one of the leading citi- Â¬ zens who is now engaged in preparing the plans Coxoressman Buttebwobth intro- Â¬ duced a bill to pay Fred Ford late V S pilot on the Kanawha river West Virginia 56000 for property lost and services rendered to the Government during the war of the rebeUIon REPRFSKh TATIVE PERKINS of the Committee on Indian Affairs on the 33d report d with an amendment the bill to ope a to settlement certain por- Â¬ tions of the Indian Territory known as the Cherokee Outlet Mr Valcute the Brazilian Minister presented his letters of recall to the President on the 22nd and Mr Men donca his successor was formally pre Â¬ sented to the President by Secretary Blaine in thj afternoon The Missouri House of Representa Â¬ tives has adopted resolutions which were presented to Congress on the 83d recommending the passage of a bUl to prohibit aliens and unnaturalized for- Â¬ eigners from owning and acquiring real estate in the United states Thk House Committee on Post offices and Post Roods referred to the joint resolution providing for a commission to see if increased post office facilities are needed in New York nd two bills introduced by Mr City Taylor Illinois to reduce the charge of ration of domestic mail matter estabLsh a registered parcel post Repub- Â¬ lics has an interesting dispatch regard- Â¬ The Bureau of the American having arsenic put in the coffee for breakfast Peter White his wife and h s uncle and aunt Daniel Frazier and wife drank heartily of the coffee save Mrs White who being quite sick only took a few swallows of the poisoned fluid Immediately after breakfast all four of these person named were taken with violent pains in their stomachs and the physician who was quickly summoned pronounced it arsenical poisoning Powerful antidotes were administered but Frazier soon died and in the afternoon his wife expired after much suffering White on the lith was lying at the point of death His Lily White the wife may recover seventeen-year-old daughter of Teter has been arrested charged with the crime Her father whipped her the night before because she stayed away too much nights She denies adminis Â¬ tering the poison Representative Stoite has intro- Â¬ duced bills to pay the following parties for stores furnished the Union army during the war Hugh M ilenson of Lyon County and R E Fowler of Crittenden County also to grant honorable discharge to John W Peck of Company II Seventeenth Kentucky Cavalry VoÂ¬ Â¬ stranger A whole colored family was poisoned at Lexington the other morning by H J STRENG TAR 01 D PILES FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR IISII SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price 50 cents TRR OIDtSOHP ABSOLUTBIvY PUKE TAR OID CO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES CHICAGO ILL lunteers Ed Harned a young merchant of Caneyville Grayson County was accidentally shot by his younger brother Asa while out hunting the other after Â¬ noon A dozen or more bird shot en- Â¬ tered the back of his head but it is not thought that the wounds are fatal Russell Petty who At Paducah killed Wm Cole in a quarrel over twenty five cents lost in a crap game last June has been sentenced to be hanged April 17 H Â¬ FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freemai before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to ti Now Freeman continues pocketrxKk and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line ot CUSTOM MADE ROOTS AND SHOES in stock and can lit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Uoutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every wi 19- all at No 2 First Street FOR House Wreaked by Natural Gas At Washington Pa a house was blown up by an explosion of natural gaa and two men were seriously hurt mm Singular Surgery HEATHS T WE F B CARR C OALYAR of DC CT WELLS il GO All Kinds CoalMj CmI Tm- - Nut Lump and Anthracite iying m tcanic Eruption mnees in I A Divided Saloon ho AK od across Mnnn-J- od tn run I the Ki in two esus Enumerator Acquitted Floods In the East All at sid its i Hon s Killed - ti ll W 44- sb mfSSL ABSOLUTELY PURE DELIVERED To All Parts of the City Left at Whites Drug Store Chen a Hagans Cos Grocery or Powers Dru Only a square from the Court boos You dont have to send away out to tbe depot Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lamp Coal open at Myers oM lumber t Preaoytarian cl Quickest delivery la town Luww v April - OWES nia Colliery at laood Jd y the iamage to 7 wZLL3 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON IO EVEUY Tobacrv the editors tiriwers Assodatiftn and one tf tHE PASSAGE OF TH SILVER BILL You pays your money and you takes Stock Farm your choice Five trotters A correspondent says during the past season have beaten the record ofttM flaaol Marg Rret S Allerton Nancy Hanks and Alabaster In looking up the breeding of these record breakers I find that two of the five are granddaughters of that grand old trotting sire Dictator This is glory enough for the old horse to Ixgin the new year with ami should make his friends look forward with confidence for new laurels during the coming year Nancy Hauks and Margaret S are descendants they should be proud of as showing the ability of Dictators progeny not only to maintain the excellence of the blood but to improve it four-year-oÂ¬ Editor nfiNBAxV BY of the Fanners Hotti Journal espoused the can ftOto n ew warehouse Fawr Mr Alliance 1Um The Climax Printing Co AmG hitf Ctia 5 Powell the toliuv NNI and farmers and the Farmers Alliance wheresoever they ay Ik-- oimUi- PRICK rKR YEAR fl5Q aU ut the State to stand hy the Bear warehou extending it their riling adnesdty - - January 28 1891 and suiirt wtnle Mrhrrin warns tliem to let it severely alone as it is a snare and Tin worth a delusion Neel savs that Krwin has played a doable part being at lirst for and then against the warehouse Krwin iat Keel has not tlu good of the alout the il not look like itself Tin liance at heart and is wcrking in the in- I be fur the better the enemy Smie of the county alliances have reaotTed lor and against liat a man one and the other and had blood is ooa- in an superiadarj iigoui an aiong uie line winie incomer We venture the aw warehouses that were frightened oat of their monopilistic combine by the To tell what at on are laughing ltn- - in their sleeves and huyii nothing had happened tleinen you are not strong enough AtAINST TIIK SiLtU BILL tend with the em my and at the same time tight among yourseb e- - You Tyour issues and present a solid must front m you will soon le found in disorCooi- derly retreat with your colors trailing in the dust l Â¬ I i vTT advices T J cdto i otf - Thc frw le from the Senate ronmittw sm bv it author Mr Vest of same bm whirh stantiav m of he laU - g nht y bm wh h Mas Muri ws irtwl a Mated own money by charging him ten per cent of the purse as entrance they pocketing all receipts from gate and other pris that I might sat the high prices paid for trotters heretofore hate been solely that of the fancy of the coal iron oil whisky beer and real Â¬ Â¬ iil Â¬ tin- HOW SIBSIIHES a id Villi Ll WORK law it Â¬ jnrultural general The estimate of tht committee reportand ro-- ing the subsiily bill is that under it the inre We payments the first ear to gent as t engage in the for who and trade call i eign trade would lie il44sls for sailrrel to the ing vessels and l7lJHB for steamers - met ions to total 33G0741 The annual increase protest the conimittep estiinat would le about i the ikt cent so that in eight yea- the to take bitinty aid would be Init 5000000 - they But these estimates do not take account of tiie great increase of oar shipping the boaaty system is ii tended to produce A niKlKI I IlAtiV Bounties have asaa urged on the ground expressly that in tea years oar shipping would lie increase by them so much as hy the to tMjual one half he tonnage of Great Britain which would be 3750000 rty to If they have SO Mich effect the argument in their In hail falls to the ground iing that the promised increase r ii one tenth each Ibe 375001 miiniiiia- - tear the payment the second year the finds would be at lliiladelpl as provided in the bill i ton and in the tenth yes lithe For the ten years together the ag He expla pavmeiits would le 200475 ml to ooo At the end of that time the subsitended to dy reeeivtrs would have claims upon the IkColli - government for further help on the That part ground that if help lie withdrawn the nvey capital they bare i lvested in costly ships eiviag would Is destroyed Like other pro- mucin iist- - they would ask lor more and erted into crhaps get it If the money paid in liev to II bounties fell from the skies it would be lit an amiable weakness to gratify their mts eoiii- - w ishes but as it i to be w rung from the - the ship owners might masse- omnrinnics-- SS wisely left to hustle for income its hut poorer Jieople do The sulisidist lobby ier incou- St Britain has a big and of unguarded flourishing merchant marine because she r this Mr iizes her slijiping freely Fithian in his recent speech on the pending hill showed the falsity of this CiiWlTlTloNAL COXYKTIOV and other like c Mentions The British government pays yearly for the carriage i the of all its waser borae mails the world property Bat 2 per cent of s4 Ali over but British steam shipping receive pay for from taxation carrying mails the so called British sub imhlie inn ami the sailing tonnage of Great liiji with thing Of the ten Britian re of British sK aiiurs runnii tween New Yo k and ireat Britain but re in eit two lines with twelve steamers get pav untry all from the Britisi government for carry by any the mails while eight lines with home ninety two steal jers get nothing British shipping in fact prosper and grows which without help The mail contracts are not utilized to build up British ship oreorpocate iwn hy the fact that these con urely pablic tracts are given to foreign vessels if their mptiagor In 188ft and 18S7 the mati North ierman Lloyd carried the mails between New York and ireat Britain household uuder contract with the British govern- nal of i iroperty ment If then tireat Britain succeeds a o hundred in the buildii g and sailing of ships - in value shall he exemp- Â¬ without the stimulus of lxiunties her ex ted further ample tells against the subsidy policy cinily may authorize which is maintained in its vigor only by d city or town to exempt France wheat shipping is not in an en Â¬ manufacturing establishments from inu ireat Britain which viable condition for a cril i nici no sabaidies to encourage the mer m an inducement lot their chant marine in INS had 6540000 tons MS tomiagc in 1888 had 7 sulisidizes only nMAMUTIH CBKCEEMM THE ON tine of iermany whichiast Asia and Aus-a steamers to STHlTHiW OiWrMHlX tralia in lNi had 80400 tone in had 71V0KI tons France which pays heave silhsiili M in 1885 hal 738000 tons cm tonaj in 1888 bat 740000 tons to US The Fnittxl Suites which hail tKfiOO within tl laser year and olX in ipohition is betaa serisas-evidently increased her ping into a the latter his tonnage fasttr without subsidies than which is thf the people and France did w tli them The true way to increase our merchant marine Mr of the work utitution be Fithian shots is to make the materials ot which shis are made free of duty or a prohibition of local and to permit our jieople to buy ships where saVaal ballot they can Is made cheapest By this means we i lay regain our former share ntion and of the world t carrying trade without improsninent burdens on our own is really the most jiracticahle solution of posing inequitable aaaae qaestioa that has yet been eople Baltimort San Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Â¬ I i Â¬ i 1 1 i I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ prove true and lear The Convention irnit indicated have done well had it adj with no other above In changes thau i the prohibition of lo al legislation - died the problem Gita legislature nothing to do but enact and the country would be gent g sessions at jrreat expense neral laws and have inoi ould better manage vhil - than lejrislatures have done i The effec of Governor Hills acceptance of the Senatorship ujkju his saaffh talked of candidacy for the Presidency It in IMS is I matter of same interest will lie generally considered perhaps that the ioernor SSSSSS to signify by it that he vie tls beforehand to the partys declared pieference fat Mr Cleveland Should thin be the case the National Democracy will doubtless approve the wise determination and wish to reward it in an appropriate manner hereafter The Governor is a voting man yet and He is seed timber for a high can wait er place aid four years of seasoning will not deteriorate him Mr Cleveland who bl llEI WE KALL IMTEU V marshaled his party on its present lines and developed in it its present spirit is hold how jood and how pleasant it the man t lead it in the coming fight ren to dwell together in uni- Baitinutr liut the farm- ze the principle A CAMPWtiN of education in resjiect to tii in holy writ and in the motto of Alliance has s silver is noeded it seems to clear intel- our E p things of roteeting wings over its farmer ave been dip their finam write hitter discussed a good deal lately among the pens in gall aii her The Fanners people but not as a rule hy persons fa- Â¬ Alliance and tin tobacco growers held miliar with the history or the pract simultaneous meetings in U iiignonly national t nauciering Hence widespread jnd great unanimitv pre- Â¬ delusions and fanatical sentiment about body things understood only hy the coolest vailed becawtr members were meeabera of Uie other to a greater heads Will the free coinage of silver ex r Will a depre nidation or leas extent tad they had convened to is pertaining to their osn ciated cu Teucy be to the advantage of the welfare and especially to fortify against wage eanier Will it clog business cause atagnatioa and discourage enterprise 1k to build a we really need more money especially had long Â¬ Â¬ i liat have reach nmitition siIK Kvwl the thir vitlv lst vote was sulwtantiallv the same the ad ditional votes of the Senators from Idaho Slump and Met oiinell in favor of the bill being offset by tbaae of the Beaatore rom Wyoming Carey and Warren in opjHisition As in June so in January only three Hemocrats were found with the courage and consistency to stand against the unrestricted coinage of silver The old English legend that no horse at an arbitrary valuation Senators Mc-- could win the Middle Park Plate -uilL m v and then w in the Epsom the But just as the bill passed by the Senate next year had a correlevant at Mel in June failed to became law in the boarse in Australia where a sapersti shape in which the silver monopolis tion prevailed that no colt could win the sired so it is uncertain what the fate of Derby that had won the Maribyrnoag the present bill will Ik- - Inder these cir- Plate as a L year old Melton shattered cumstance- we cannot indorse too cordialthe Middle Park sujierstition to Hinders ly the sensible advice given bythe New in 1685 and now Mr S ti Cooks br c York Times an earnest opponent of the The Admiral by Richmond has broken free silver heresy Says the Hi the Australian legend by winning the We lielievc it to be the duty at this V R C Derby trom Galling and Titan time of all intelligent and prudent mem after winning the Maribyrnoiig Plate of and particularly of those who have op- - last year from Proh Pudor and sixteen the delusion of free coinage to others The Maribyrnoag Plate was avoid all undue excitement in word or founded in Si 4 and this is the first time act The evils that will come from free it winner has won the Derby coinage are not yet upon us The bill J the Senate and by rathThe annual meeting of the Western er a weaker vote than was expected by Southern Trotting Association held in its friends It is probable that it will lie Chicago agreed on the following sched defeated in the Moose If it Ik- not tie ule of meetings Chicago August 17 to there it has plainly not strength -- 1 Indejiendence Iowa August L4 to enough to escape death at the hands of 29 Kansas City August A to Septcm- the President We are to all intents and ler 5 St Louis September 7 to V2 Cin from this extreme cinnati September 7 parpi to 12 Columbus measure as we were when a similar one September 14 to 19 Cleveland Septem- Â¬ had passed the Senate last summer Any ber SB to October 3 Tarn Haute Imi trouble that may be in store for the busi- - October 5 to 10 Lexington Ky Sep- Â¬ the country would only K aggra- tember - to 17 Nashville September vated by any manifestation of undue fear lit to 84 The aggregrate of purses to be There is much more occasion just now for offered at each point is as follow s Chi tight than for fright Independence 173000 fftJMOO The bill is in effect a bill to purchrscall St Loaia 40000 the product of all the silver mint in the Cincinnati 30000 Cleveland 30000 world not required for use in the arts at Richmond larreHaal an advance of L4 cents kt ounce above Leodagtoa 35000 Nashville resent market rates and to give the Cleveland is to be at the bead of the mine owners of California Nevada procession It is to have a kite shaped rado and Idaho some of whom hy virtue track At least that is the oattook bow of their wealth have seats in the Beaate Several well known and sound finanthat much money out of the pablic ury as a reward for their successful specu Â¬ cially horsemen in the city are Ixsmiing it of lations and an encouragement to keep 0B the project and has every indication mining and buying silver The pretext being a go The work in connection for building the of course is that by making silver an so with raising the money track is being done quietly but is being legal tender and providing for the limited done surely Most of these inte conversion into money of all the silver are West Siders and if built at ail the that can be produced and ottered at the mints money will be made more abun- track will be built on that side of the dant and cheaper But will that le the river The scheme has so far develojed as to have caused the interested gentle effect It remains to be seen We will men to visit several pat round content ourselves upon this jMint with would Ik- desirable for the pur reproducing the views of ex President which They insist that the track must Cleveland as embodied in his famous Warner letter of February 24 1885 just a be located near a railway and that has ceased them to favorably look upon a few davs before his inauguration site out Detroit road near lioth the Iake Mr Cleveland wrote in reply to a re Shore and Nickelplate Lorain street oaeot received from the advocates of free too hits bean apokea of Mr W J silver coinage in Congress not to preju- White of the Two Minute farm which dice the ipicstion of the advisability of is located near Berea says that if his ig just such a measure as lis Ik oii farm were nearer a railway he would i by the Mr Cleveland build the track himself on the farm so Beaate wrote that he had not prejudiced favorably is he impressed with the idea that he appreciated the impor But as the farm is two miles from the tance of the juestioii and after briefly re- railway that would prevent the success view ing the facts and the actual financial of the track should it lie located there situation of the country at that time not At the annual meeting of the Longview ially different from what it is to-Â¬ track stockholders to le held at Ken day he declared himself frankly in favor nard house Feb 11 the kite shaped -- not the increase of the of the track idea will be discussed sad the As coinage of silver He said It is of mo sociation will probably take some action mentous importance to pievent the two toward fathering the track metals from parting company to prevent Ilitin the increasing displacement of gold by the A celebrated veterinary surgeon says increasing coinage of silver to prevent the attempts to make hay the chief ration the disuse of gold in the eostom honi SBVere tax upon lor horses imj the United States in the daily basin them and the result is seen in their dis the people to prevent the ultimate ex pulsion of cold by silver Such a finan tended stomachs and the spiritle All incial crisis as these events would certainly clumsy horses of many fanners telligent students of the horse give little precipitate were it now to follow nj hay and feed grain more liberally than period of commercial depn would involve the people of every city to the ruminants for the double reason and every State in the Union in prolong- Â¬ that the horse will make jMiorer use of ed aad disastrous trouble The revival the hay than the steer or sheep will and motion of business and prosperity so ardently will be li breeders give but tui or twelve desired and apparently so mar would lc hopelessly noatpoiml Gold would be pounds of hay a day and feed once or A colt is kept for hi Â¬ withdrawn to its hoarding places and an twice daily unprecedented contraction in the actual de hence a fattening diet is out of date volume of our currency would speedily until matured and set to work For the bran mixed with com meal will take place Saddest of all in every workserve to assist digestion while incidentshop mill factory store and on every railroad and farm the wages of labor al- ally it will make more valuable manure ready depressed would sufferstill further For traveling horses there seems to be depression by a scaling down of the but little doubt that oats is the best al purchasing power of every so called dol- though usually the most costly food Horsemen agree that for a road boms lar paid into the hand of toil oats has no sulistitute Gress traaspor It is to be regretted that Democratic tation companies using horses make Snators should by their votes on the sil- rather free use of corn Most of them ver question have furnished so much jus - line oats He would desire to tilication for the taunt ol Senator Aldrich give one feed of oats a day and t that they seemed to refer the leadership of corn with a little bran mixed with it of Senator Stewart of Nevada to that of A trial of feed on the scoreof economy Cleveland Senator Gorman justly critiing grain before and after watering recised the finance committee of the Senate sulted in an advantage of importance to for reporting a bill from all share in the the practice of watering before feeding preparation of which the Democratic This matter he went over with some memtiers of the committee had been praccare and believes it invites a change ot tically excluded and charged that the practice on the pari of those who feed whole responsibility for any p Grain grain before watering horses financial legislation lay with the Hepuls mixed with hay for the horse was more lieans Unfortunately it is a fact which effective than when fed alone Ex Republicans will not allow the country to forget that the bill which jiassed on The following is a list of the In priced trotters sold in this country and Wednesday night was not the committees biD but a sulistitute introduced by the figures brought by each SlOoOOO a Democrat Mr Vest of Missouri and Axtell - 51010 that it passed by the votes of ticenty tttref Bell Boy 50000 rats and that of Senator Gorman Stamboul 50000 included and sixteen Republicans against MaudS 40000 the votes o Republicans and sac Sunol MftjtJOO 1 Acolyte euiocrat Senator Gormans colleague 40HK Judge Willison Senators CJi ay and Mc Pocahontas Piierson who had all along opi osed the Rarus - 30010 35000 bill lieiug absent but no doubt paired Antevolo w hen the final vote was taken 35000 The Re Iexter publicans have been openly counting up- Goldsmith Maid 30000 on the anticipated mistakes and follies of Smuggler 30000 a Democratic House in the next Congress Auteeo 30000 able them to retrieve their recent Blackwood 30000 losses Can it he possible tliat Democratic Jav Gould 30000 Senators are anxious to forestall any pos- Lsdy Thorn 30000 sible blunders of the next House by Prince Wilkes - 30000 greater blunders of their own We con Pancoast 28000 gratulate Senator Fphraim K Willson i iovSprague 27000 upon his Mjsition and vote upon the sil- Patron 27000 t ver question Haiti 2iiUK Fearnaught 25000 Jerome Eddy 2000 U0KSE NOTES f-c- - te u Mafl Â¬ 1 Â¬ - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wedgewood t M horse ran away in Danville and struck the rear of a WSCOB loaded with gas pijie One of the pipes enten horses breast and came out at the flank hut he A Gate money is wholly unknown to Gloucester N J Admission to the is free track and it is kept up solely by the selling of privileges as jiools book making mutuals restau- Patches Happy Medium Sam Prndy Nutwood Counsellor Startle rd Everett od Si Julien Hand 25000 25000 22000 22000 22000 22000 2 2 2lUU0 aojOOO Â¬ rants fruit stands and drinking bars The track at Fleniington Australia is ii such people as see tit lind 20000 20000 20000 20000 Milton Youi ana says houwsprai ere Ware- - with pro it in a new campaign of educa- Â¬ o rbs of Looia- - tion Sensible speeches and pamphlets becamea bone of would scatter the chaff that now fills the -B- aUimvre Sas President of the er the chance nong stand w h the reai- and two dollars to ti about three hundred feet back from the open rich and valuable stakes track and n a man i Tobacco Market the week ending December 29 1890 of 7 Louisville steamers and nil sailers loaded with wheat By Ulnver a Dorrelt Loulstrilte ToSsess Ware House Since New Years day 1441 steamers Sales on our market for the week iut and 700 sailers laden with wheat have with receipts through the Hellespont against closed amount to 3is6hhd Sales for the same period of io83 hhds 1300 steamers and 830 sailers dwrjag the on our market since January t amount Sales of the crop of 1S9O same period in to 8731 hhds mildipt T D English report- - fair crowd on our market to date 4313 hhd- The rivalry between We are able to report a tery trong lionaires to rile feet and to otVn the in attendance at court Monday The de offerings conlor mand for gMMi feeding cattle far exceeded market large new burlev the high for all ihe princi and prices tinue large the siinnlv He sold one lot of 700 lb grades that will class as good or better pal if l t fiio Ottlj sales of Krequent i prices we diil not hate a Bonner heifers St 17 per head one lot scrub long than medium leaf yoke choice new burlev leal have been made Forbes Work Rockefeller Ling Ham- yearling heifers at 750 per held trom horses found ready sale at during this week at prices ranging true lin Ijams McKeea Conley and a few of oxen at i it is iS to 350 per 100 but very also not that trequent sales ol the common others we had not bad 106000 for a 50 to 115 according to iuality Ifea-- grades of new burlev are made at prices filly much done in the mule market stallion 50000 for a ranging from 2 to 0 per 100 Old bur 25000 for a gelding or 5000 for an ley in sound condition has shown some hf old mare that has not had a colt in six To tl more strength this week I have a limited ipiantity of Barley is now a little difThe situation The following quotations lairly repre ferent and improving every day The Blue and Yellow Prvor tobacco seed for sent our market for burlev tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 items throughout the country are free distribution to fanners only These ire all Kentucky grown and their to 350 beginning to wake up and recognize the y Trah 400 to 3oo enormity of the trotting business and sprouting qualities have been tested by a Common bugs not colorv 5 50 to 5 00 competent florist They will lie sent to are opening exceedingly rich stak Colory Lugs Soo to 14 OO 00 Common Leaf 7 00 to the most liberal terms Lik at Inde any address on receipt of request Write Medium to Good Leaf t100 to 1600 pendence w ith her live per cent and plainly name and post ofBce address 16 00 to 2 Good to Fine Fillers Very respeetfally SwolXX in stakes and purses for 1891 ct Wrapperv Tobacco 2 to 33 00 Y Wilson Comr with his Seethe energetic Philadelphia state papers please copy three stakes Hartford with 25000 for LIVE STOCK MAEKET EEPOET C B Reid shipped Saturday to K W foalsot 1891 Lexington with her 10000 By iKKKXE KMliltV Representative Stallion Stake and S2 V bee at Atlanta forty two head of cotton CJratoek Commission Merebante at Clods ualt Inioti Stock Tantsaud Covlngum iar- 000 for foals of 1891 Terr Haute with mules recently bought of Doty el Slock Yards Mr Iee ordered these males 111500 for foals of 1890 the Horse- Â¬ rard man with 12500 for same foals and the branded in order that they could be idenSHIPPING CATTLE tified when they leached the market Every br Review with Cincinnati Ohio Jan 26 iSqi in the country is entering both his stal- This piecaution was rendered necessary to Extra 4 lions and mares in these rich Represen- Â¬ by the fact that OB several occasions shipFair to Good 4 3u 4 5 t 2 -pers have hail loads of good mill Common and Rough 3 50 tative and Futurities thereby giving the purchaser of his colts a chance to get chanced en route either through fraudu- Good to Extra Oxen 2 to Good Oxen Fair zd 3 25 back some of his money and encourag lent intentions or carelessness and a load Common and Rough 2 ing him in his development There are of scrubby stock substituted therefor BUTCHER CATTLE many other causes for high prices and DanrUU Adcocai IO2 5 Tolstoi the great Russian novelist and Good to Extra need not lie surprised in a lew years vuii Fair to Good 90 of social reformer practiced the fad a trottiag bred bone seUin Extra Fat Steers 7s half a million The tendency is that working as a farm laborer on his estate Fair to Good Steers to 3 35W ea and more recently has undertaken to dis- Good to Extra Cows way and we are getting to it rapidly OO 2 Fair to Good Cows c4i The year 1891 promises to surpass the charge the duties of shepherd for the Common Cows 2 OOilt 50 year lvM in trotting interest as much as neighborhood The peasants whose sheep Rough Cows and Oxen 7s he was supposed to care for have hotvev any of its predeoi BULLS apeUed him to resign the situation Best Shipping The stringency in the money market has 3 we 1 clued to affect the price of trotting because he was a tardy riser not leaving Best Kologna 2 stock or the readiness with which it his bed until 11 in the morning The Fair Bologna 2 oe tile and visionary Russian has rair to Good reeders sells The tendency is still onward and 1 achieved a world wide re Station in liter- Common and 1 Inn upward anil it should lx no matter of FEEDERS AND STOCKERS wonder The trotting horse is the most ature but he is evidently regarded by his Good Extra Steers l valuable animal that nature in her lav- practical neighbors as a failure in the Fair to Good Steers 3 2 Good to Extra Heifers ish bounty has ever bestowed npoa hu- Â¬ role of shepherd 0 J M Stone of Elixabethtown savs that Common and Thin Stockers 75 the manity lulike the draft horse COWS AND CALVES running horse and the saddle horse the it is the deposit of worm dust on the nabÂ¬ Best Grades 40 oo4 tnnter is susceptible of use- - formally bing ends of the coin which prodoo 25 o different purposes He is an animal much disease among the horses in that Fair to Cioocf Common with a versatility of accomplishments section He says that the dust is poison Bet Veal Calves and that he has taken a little of it i The most thoroughly useless thing in Fair to Good 2 So 3 animated nature is a thoroughbred that ened and rubbed it OB his arm and in- Common and Heavy i HOGS He is like the stantly the flesh became very nil and in too slow for the track salt that has lost its savor 3 Except for a few minutes very sore To apply it Select Butchers Fair 3 the mere parpose of drawing heavy loads three times a day would make a fl still ins GoodtotoGood Packers Extra Lights 3 II tied this dust blisters the Light Pigs the draft horse is unavailable 2 To avoid this disease farmers driving horse he is not a success he is SPRING LAMBS should either break off the nubbins be certainly not adapted to racing pur 6 oofS i s Extra and there are animals that are said to fore feeding or shell the corn and blow the dust out w ith a wheat fan --Jwarnaf lie rather pleasanter for saddle pur To look at the rabbit as a wool bearing The Kiddle horse too while admirable animal and source of annual profit is a of his kind is limited in his lipoint of view that will certaiulv be novel fer driving or using for draft pur to most people but a student of the sub very soon unfits him for the saddle and ject declares that the rabbit is valuable it is a common remark among horsemen that a good saddle horse onght never to when thus regarded He yields a Wool BaTlffi lid witter and finer than that of bt look through a blind bridle The sheep and besides its beauty it is be-Â¬ trotting horse is the best general parpose machine ever invented With lieved to have the valuable attribute of Small all the boasted earning capacity of the benefiting or curing rheumatism running horse the near future will see as the rabbit is his growth is vigorous trotters the better bread winner of the and it is estimated that the amount of produced by a rabbit in a year as All over the country the great astwo Is combed several times and the sociations are offering greater stakes and be- Â¬ wool grows again is worth aboat five larger parses than were ever offered fore There is no reason now why a francs which is M mich as the wool of a trotter should not make as lamb would fetch London Standard Both la Illinois the winter wheat has been Syrup the method ami n is pi much money on the track as a of Figs is taken it runner And the money he earns is damaged some particularly the early aud refreshing to the taste nnd ac sow ii by the rly and during the last day not paid in uncollectable fortHs as at gently yet promptly on thr or two the reports show that the plants Liver thirty per cent of the earnii and Bowels cleanses ti looking as well as they did ten tern the running horses is paid The popu- Â¬ are not effectually dispels cofc larity of the trotter has had a wonderful days ago The snow so far in the wheat aches and fevers and enr hal growth and he is n v as e well de- - territory of Illinois 1ms been only local constipation Syrup of J In Missouri they have hadsuthcient snow only remedy of U kind ever pro - to be the great horse of the coun try He is an American product There and rain to keep the ground moist and duced plaawug to the are people who prefer the runner be the crop is generally reported in a fair ceptable to the stomach prompt i condition la Kansas the first snow or its action and irui is i cause he - so very lngli h you know but the trotter is yearly becoming the moisture of any tied to apeak of this effects winter fell on New Years night This healthy and agreeable favorite American snow however did not extend all over many exceit nl quaiitn the State South of the Ohio river they to all and have made it CONCEKNJNG FARMERS have had no snow at all this winter As popular remedy km Byrnp of 1 ir snlc to the reserves of wheat in farmers The new year says the Bl and 61 bottles by all hands they are generally reported light zette starts in encouragingly for Any reliable Nothing mar as large as last year at this gists engaged in the live stock industry BO far may not have it ca pro time Country mills even on the half as the market for butchers stxk is contime they are running experience con cure it promptly for any one cerned wishes to try it Do not accept ul siderable difficulty in getting suppii sulistittue T The Georgetown Enterprise says present pr II Bradley shipped during the past year CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Taken altogether Monday was a dull to Germany from this State 125 car loads Court day SAN FRASCISCO CL ami the crowd WSS not as large LOUISVILLE KY MEVJ rOtt of Walnut logs His territory extends as usual on such OOcaaioaa The weather to Cynthiana from Shelbyville was saost too chilly for the transaction of The tobacco growers of Mason county oat door business with comfort and as it met and raised their subscription to10- ttling up time some may have 000 for the parpose of building a ware stated at home for fear of having hills house at Maysville A committee was al- presented them The stock market was so appointed to canvass the county and siimly represented The second term of the thirty third sesThe followiug re00 ports of auctioneers will show its condi sion of this noted school for young ladies and girls will open on Capt Nat S Otfutt reiorts 150 About 140000 worth of mules says the tion EHzabethtown News have been sold out eattfe ob aafe feeders of 1000 to ioo Monday of Hardin county in the last fifteen days pounds weight bringing 340 to 3155 A full corps of competent teachers 15 and heifers at Watkins 4c Mndd sold Monday to D J yearlings Prices reasonaMule trade slow broke stock sold Admirable Curriculum of Bowling Green forty five 275 Phillips at 80 to 115 no demand for rough ones ble mules for 4HW For Catalogues or other particulars call Considera- Â¬ J S Berry of Sharpsburg sold his fine Plug horses from 80 to Ss on or address ble inipiiry for good geldings but stock of fan u of 200 acres to J R Bascom for B C HAGERMAN 0-Prin 10050 Ier acre This is one of the finest this kind bard to find Mr Bennett Branham sold jl3 heifers at 12S0per and beat farms in this entire section and head 10 calves at 1250 and 13 at 9 per the purchaser secured a bargain in it bead Mr R J Levi sold cattle of 1000 Mt Sterling All persons having claims against the The estimates of the products of corn pounds at 306 and yearlings at Jstf20 n Time estate of T B Ballard deceased are herewheat and oats of 1890 as completed by by notified to present them on or before The Mt Sterling Advocate has the folthe statistician of the Department of Aglowing concerning a gentleman whose March 1st or thev will be barred riculture make corn aggregate 148 ROY C WHITE Admr 30 33 frienils and relatives here will regret to 000 bushels wheat 390262000 bm learn of his unfortunate speculation J oats 5BCn000 bushels B Embry who has a large bunch of catShipments of wheat from India for tle at the New Mirket Distillery was put week ended January 10 to United Kingto great inconvenience and heavy loss by A dwelling house with six rooms New dom 400000 bus Continent 240000 boa a of the rioting down of the works ly papered good cistern and outbuildings to Iuited For wek ended January Mr Embry who has won the The house adjoins the residence of James last week Kingdom 100100 bus Continent 200000 good opinion of our people by ids course Bennett on Main st Richmond Ky bus for week ended December 27 to whilst with us was forced to sell his en- Â¬ J P HERNDON United Kingdom 400000 bus Continent tire lot of cattle Ids head to Wilson Mor140000 bus ris of Chicago for what he could get LOT FOR SALE Tim decline in the wool production since it was imiKissible for him topnxiire which began with the siaugh r his stock the prices lieing such flocks of I884 85 has been checked the he coald not afford to use it Mr Morris I offer for sale the residence and aggregate dip far 1890 fell of 1SS ami to whom Mr Embry sold is the i grounds on Third street Eighty foot front new house with three rooms kitchspring of 18B0 being estimated at 276000 in the world handling now 4t000 en cellar outbuildings c All in good 000 pounds an increa e of 1100 cattle w Inch he is feeding on slop at dis-Â¬ repair On street car line pounds over the previous season 26- G W PICKELS tilleries in several different States This t niil distillery shut down we understand be- i the higi price of corn here The han and combine weakens and was dissolved by because the high freight rates would not the directors in council at Chicago last admit the bringing of it from other Tli week combine of all the points The three rooms up stairs over the store principal manufacturers of bat room now occupied bv W B Bennv ttaafaeai Cant Be lured E C BOGGS petition and harvest course tod by local applications as thev cannot the greater profits by raising the pi reach the diseased portion of the ear There harvesting machinery is only one way to cure deafness and that Winchester Court J A Ramsey Auc is by constitutional remelies Deafness it W0 cattle on the caused oy inflamed condition of the mucous I have ion mule colts for sale at reasonan inferior qaalitj mark lining of thc Eisticliian Tube When this able prices inads br plain steers wei tube gets inflamed you have rumbling 17 HI1 COLYER w 10 plain steers sounds or imperfect hearing and when it sssa is entirely closed Deaness is the result ignbr Jhn R 1 lemand at about same figures gi od and and unless the inflammation can be taken aa mar a bat a rasj bow MMrn nam tt to Plug horses low all offerings sold art a rwl rmr sa ro go out and this tube restored to its normal Ui In amy part a tisjisaiiaa at kaaua f The country exported in condition hearing will be destroyed for- Â¬ nuistatt o i st taty MMk hm 4 BWli work of breadst 000000 worth ever nine cases out often are caused by a start yau fcflifclrjr varrihhia rararU including live anima catarrh which it nothing but an inflamed Ajitraaa at oaca fcZSl Kka-- oTlMM rMtTLsJIB aUlMcondition of the mucous surfac1K11 the We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused bv catarrh be as rich as own localities he m we cannot cure by taking Halls Ca- Â¬ mr an to rain Mt rojaiah rrort taiaw Wa atari tm Noin la caa aVratt rlafc row spar was amenta or all yom tiaac a taw Send for circulars free balai tarrh Cure ik 1 bis ii sa nun- y iisw auaii on - j saccaas 10 ary asm BotaMR p CHJNEY evolac fr SSS CO Toledo O orts t nd wmnt n r W caa I uplilia piuviMnt iwl tcfc ja WO Km paui w plM h b all Druggists 33 MMMim ran vs at oot usiaM i Â¬ Â¬ 1 three-year-old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW GROCERY W 111 KENTUCKY MTUl fil BLUE GRASS ROUTE CTodd Main St below Bra First Shortest and tral Ker East Wct an i s FAST UNI Bl Lexington Srseaale ta KIT Cincinnati Stajk and Fancy GrocsriK Glassware Arr I Queensware Tinware Hardware Woodenware Ac 4c A LARGK le Arr Arr v j tin Arr s Arr I LINE Of NORTH- - B UNI CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars Arr A srK We want to buy all your COUNTRY Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ PRODUCE m the Bring us highest market price Lard Chickyour Eggs Butter ens Feathers and the like and buy your Groceries from us MA Ive Cine nr WCTODD BR0 Arr I x M Â¬ Jul JMRIFFE Sanitary Plumbs and Qas Fitter DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF SUIT Lve v Arr I i Â¬ Â¬ Cluiil Pari- 1 CHANDELIERS AND GLOBES Lexin Â¬ Nun GAS FIXTURJ BATH TUBS HYDRANTS 1 Â¬ -- Utfellt Â¬ s HK K r HUM B I iir I - Ueneral Offli And all kinds of Mill Supplies Plumbing done in the Latest Mod em rinnaii tin 1 Â¬ SANITARY STYLE Ltii All Gas Pipes put in according to the rules of the New Gas Com E Sam T V VI III I and ld pany v 1970 3 Short Line to the North Northwest 1 G M WILLGING e The oldest Established business without change of lirm in Richmond Twen-tv-onyears of a reasonably i- - Â¬ business leads me to reflect as to ill as well as the future and I can not help but tender mv most Mncere thanks to the people of Madison and adjoining counties for their ever readv asaasssa and most liberal patronage and wish to announce for 1S91 that my facilities tai exceed any of my preious efforts I have now in stock by far the largest finest col and most varied in quality trom the cheap est to the finest hand made ticB writ JJI Â¬ Will ill CEIUNG PAPERS IC ARR IA GES Â¬ Female Institute madison Many of the patterns and coloring of mv own special designs All at j per cent less than ever ottered in this city NEW BUGGIES NEW PHUTONS NEW CARRIAGES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PICTURE FRAMES CURTAIN POLES WINDOW SHADES MOULDINGS c NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles ar verv latent BBttsras n the mot reasons want a vrhir yon wout g liinu 5- JOHN DOM January 19th Stock the largest and prices the lowest I handle nothing but the purest and best brands as factory agent for some of the largest Paint Manufacturers such as OIL VABN1SHES MIXED PAINTS COLORS DET INCH 1 NOTICE WINDOW CLASS fcc All guaranteed at city prices with an un equaled stock to seltct from All ask is a fair chance for your trade and it I can not suit vou for less than others then certainly I can not expect your trade As ever your obedient servant FOR SALE that 21 My health hi I am K Â¬ GM WILLGING at Paint Lick Â¬ FOR RENT ill ACRES OF GOOD LAP Â¬ FARLEY One of the oldest houses in ot Â¬ Kentucky WROUGHT smiths RIMS keeps IRON a variety for 1 acres in blue dwelling and lol with all necessi kjood business house I and about i acri outbuilding Drugs and Fam all new and in good wells and pleniy sirable place Will M business different parties black Januarv 5th fasti Cure Bladder Kr 1891 WHEELS and lnflaniiujtion Li SPOKES for Torpid other supplies Best Bgaso im rTils slUO FOR RENT wagon makers makes of by mail W str Baa s FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine wa lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT Ptmimo mu mi m sale DUMMtfOf Mcia LITHOSIN3 to for ti RtfMsa tn B BO Dr J T LEE 30--- Doses 2 91 Wssaaara OO A Ciaaaa iasrCome to the house where CENTRAL your fathers and -- JRIYItSITI grandfathers T bought their goods half a centurr ago SECOND TBB-Iof the ere TI I E JAN - MONDAY 26 H- - iONEY Fm 11 ej- W L FARLEY L H BLANTON- i ra Successor to John Farley IB THE CLIMAX VelawdAT f Machinery A Coming The Preaidest of the L 8 N - - Jaaray reward for 28 1881 mit itlvrinj the court much riday a i arhuncle a1 r Wardroper tliat their machin- aning mill is on the T1 in running or- by the middle of March A boiler will e erected at Crewaea Mr Mr I R The County ra of Tax are h nd at work t md nuuiliers of me houses rty holders have Wen sunn i any they can why their 1 ennaii will embark iu Kd valuation should not ie in- Iik Climax man went over to limber will le in town mother look at rt i but the crowd was such that he could not get inside the nd door ai Ml mi Mi Manager Coaptoa of the W Cpion was in Richmond Saturday tak removeil iig into consideration the advisability of on Broad- Rt ereial office in the centre of one each at the two ad depots The ntopiietu n bite and Juhn And Glyndon generously offereil him a Vi4dc Folke m- room and other requisite and the proa are bright for a telegraph office in t iiiicr the hotel That is certainly a pood idvertiement in this 1 1 D liueker Wain who was paat tter raih iffice Mr Ekstefn Norton president of the Louisville and Nashville railroad whose recent inspection of the roads belongings in Richmond was noticed in last weeks Climax has been thirty seven yean in the railroad business having begun at Cairo with the Illinois Central in 1S54 His connection with the L N dates Imck only six years His first work was the taking in charge of the New- York office and the saving of 40000 to the company in twelve months At that time the Companys affairs were not in a prosperous condition The gross earn lor the year were only 13000000 The past year the earnings were nearly OOO the net earnings amounting 00100 The road embraces 4000 mile has 14000 cars 400 locomotives and the past year carried nearly 5000000 passengers and 16000000 tons of freight Â¬ Paris be Factory ami Kit The Mocks for the ice factory have ning e fide Folke nftirly all ben taken and work on the building will soon begin At a meet Tweaday night Richmond Direc- ens was made chairman and ve him due 0OsV V I MeClintcHk secretary Phil Nip pert T T Hiiitun and A Shire were ap ling ln pointed a committee to buy the machin-e-yfor- a the the new R N ten ton plant it is safe to say the factory is an aiured fact an am wife have reuwed tiful new jus Frost Georgia The Hawson Kia bmrnal of Decem late of this county ber LMtll K We give most of our space for ediiiieiiilx r of nickel plat torial matter this week to an interesting lingbaaa Ala article from the pen of Miss Kate Fox of Kirksvilli is proa Eichmond Ky Mi s Kate is a sister of its i pring term lin and Richard Fox and tnotlel teacher onee visited Dawsoa as the guest of u can Mrs A Carver She will visit Daw aaja HOa and will lay the scene of ltiou of the magnitude of an interesting story here The article ia published in to days Climax n the well known i in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- the Hands or the Sheriff Two weeks ago Too Cuoax contained an article headed In the Hands of the Shcrin wherein the feeble condition and probable demise of Madison Club were set forth and the eooaas thereof I ast Wednesday night a general meeting of the nieniliers of the Club was held and alsjut thirty five were present The financial condition of the Club was pre seated and as Too Climax stated a sufficient amount was found due and col- Â¬ lectable to meet all demands against the house The members looked shoot tluoi at the eight or ten large comfortable and well famished rooms and talked over the pleasures the Club had afforded A dozen other memlers not present had expressed a desire to have the Club continue The party grew enthusiastic and liegan to hand over their back dues to the Treasurer In less time than it takes to tell the story Mr Groeoleaf had more than enough money to pay the rent and the SXi judgment in favor of the gas works and the Club was again on a firm foundation Since the meeting it has changed fiom a dreary unfre quented piece to a cheerful and popular resort There are nearly fifty active memlKrs and a number of young men are ready to join now that a continuation is certain Dot of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Ice Factory t week Hi Henry Wattercoa 1 Coming Mr Vi Kaiikin Maaoothia bliahed a niter on which things are ig i to duck Mi H li Thorpe Jr lidate the Madison Circuit Omit energetic popwlar and a letter has from the harvesting machine ine 1 a n The Century Club has secured that dis- t nguishe editor ex Congressman Wat- mooa lecture on Hooey and Morals for Friday night Februarv lith at the coiirt hcuise The size of the crowd will depend upon the capac- hy of the boose The lecture is the best Mr V wr delivered His narked soeeem with the Comicalities Whin and Realities of Southern and its efleet toward reconciling of the North and Booth have not been forgotten Youll be there r I if Wilmore will probably Mr Wood Dunlap iiiin Braiania Fire Knrine fur Sale lth ad Jno Boiler Mills burned on of in yet buru- - under the debris to Bag ooisrilk lied Booth- - and in runic iiurcli ami take rapper with The subjoined liaraprapli from the Georgetown Timea iadicstea that Rich mood baa vera thousand dollars by not purchasing a steam re enA Committee gine The Times aaya irom Midway was in town last Wednes day looking at our steam rire engine Whicl e the building of Water Works rendering it no kmger neeeaaary n exhibition of its work was given vhich proved satisfactory to the visitors I the engine is 1300 It was purchased new fourteen yean The price paid for it vos8M00 md the old hand engine total estimat--- t at that time about ff000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Mr Win it Ballard of this If n taken by dining the an M - in i ureapon h tliinks we have miarepre journaliaaa - the Three turday night tlie sjiikea re already here and On to Irvine in in far it - Mr coring The Steam Laundry Popular Manager lames Tevis of the Rich mond Steam 1 aundry says that every Irummer who comes to Bichmood aires nis wash until be gets here that be may have it done at the laundry That is as stro innieiidation as the m could have Drummers make many towns and have daily opportoni ling done and when rve their patronage for Rich mond it speakc The laundry company is out of debt and will proceed a dividend lieiord the autum nal tints are upon us again e in the Gained House Tin building is a nice one Â¬ Â¬ Articles incorporating the Danville Ice Manufacturing Company with an authorized capital stock of 10000 have been filed The company also secures the privilege of conducting a cold stor age department for the preservation of meats fruits c and has the right to run an electric plant for lighting purposes or to generate motive jmwer It will thus be sees that the t ity can be lighted by electricity if it is desired at a comparatively small cost by running the electric plant iu conjunction with the ice factory as is lieing done in many small cities The factory will be equip Ied with the latest improved machinery and have a capacity of six tons of ice er day The erection of the necessary buildings will be liegun as soon as pos-Â¬ sible and the same rapidly pushed to Arrangements have alcompletion ready beeo made w ith one or two neigh lioring towns to furnish them with ice the coming summer and there is no doubt whatever of the enterprise provThe company organised ing a success Saturday afternoon by electing the following officers President J L Bruce Directors Thos McRotierts J H Otter 1 I ofcGoodoio J A Quisenberry Mr William Cheek who is the largest stockholder in the company will be general manager and devote his entire time Danville Adivcate to the work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Owens of Montgomery county is visiting Mrs Dr Povntz Rev Mr Cummins will leave the last of the week for Henderson his new tield of lalxir Mr Vardy Taylor of Waco is attending the Hospital College of Medicine Louisville Miss Hallio Mrs S Parrish ing her daughter CampbellsVille Of Â¬ that place is T W visit- Â¬ Mrs Davis for the J Mis es Lizzie Walker and Filisa Leak are visiting relatives iu Madison county Lamauter Record Miss Susie S Darnaby of Fayette and Miss Nannie Stuart of Clark are visiting Mrs French Tipton Hon Geo R Snyder representing the Planters Tobacco Warehouse Looisrille was in the city last week and paid this office a pleasant call Dr Johr C Miller of Jessamine was here leaf week He owns a farm near Richmond and there are many who would e glad to see him return to his former home to live M rowipleted the Walnut street through his Si nd to Third two thirds of the macadam s- ud term of the present session male Institute ry manner It and so n ii is a rery- - order from laaea cabinet photo- eimijiiiment t 0OT nothing of the tliange late of this county brother of County fudge Chenault Id bis farm near Kast Hickman in nine county to Mr Volney K Tudor of Madison county for 87210 Mr Tudor w ill at once take jsissession of the iarin and on Friday Mr Chenault will remove with his family to Nashville Tennessee He made 500 on the sale of his farm did well with the past years crop and DOW goes into the truck gar Â¬ dening business He has twenty acres on luii t Cherry street at the city li nits well improved with buildings and fruits with plenty of rich soil for vegetables ready at work A Mr Tandy Clnnault Â¬ For the Coarts to Deride tin itet oL A If Bwope Mr Tarr was formerlv owner of the afflicted with paraly iis Works in Richmond A LexiogtOO mm law Ed H lial telegram say- Turner Clay A Co disiiunty He is tillers tailed some years ago ne of the firm was Mr Sam Clay of this city At ilin solo will be the time of the failure he owned some rty in Superior City Wisconsin of admission at Ye Olde to say nothing of Jona- - He turned this OTOr OS part of his assets icvit Mr Tmii Mitchell cash to hi- tidah CtaafabothoBi ier of the First National Bank in this Jock Tar and many city at the time Mr Mitchellit is alleged sold Clays property to Win Tarr of the tirni of Win Turr iV Co distil wi dated and introduced in this city for 25000 Sometime after tore by Senator T K Clark a this Tarr sold one third of the projicrty the late Allen Fmbry who to Mitchell for the consideration of SI the house iio occupied by The so Mitchell sold 00 It has leen I Shelegel has rotorosd from a leirrod bv Mr Clay w ho is still living lath or in Ohio who is here that the land at the time Mitchell ill The old gentleman is now in his worth IBOyBOo and ars in the that it is now worth 100000 id was with Kapoasoo at The Boss of the Shears asd Goose Â¬ Â¬ Kincaid of Kingston Ky was in the liunacle city this week visiting friends This was his home in years gone and lie expressed surprise to see the great change Cumberland Gap Dr THIN COLUMN At Bona some time ago we saw eighty fish going along a dry sidewalk If you doubt our statement we refer vou to A T Fish Lily White block poisoned her sister and her cousin and her aunt in Lexington and yet you say there is nothing in a name The Amazon river is 1S0 miles wide at its mouth If the old lady should shut her mouth it would be a closing tliat would shake the universeA lady in Collector Burnams office has discovered among the corresiondeuts a firm by the most singular name of Rats of Middlesboro Goodfricnd Â¬ - ImierTiie GiioiM January 27th M9L t uii and ti Ol UieK C liiiit states that he has reo put in 90000 new t oka as if they were-pre-tratlic Cajit Wash - The successful competitor in the con test mentioned below was formerly a part- Mr K K Mitchell of the firm of Covington ix Mitchell this place and Â¬ iierior skill Ihd nJtl A In Cincinnati Thursday Mr S K Tip-srded tin resent exhibit- the Tailors Meeting The Inquir- W F Moorbriuk a The Bsssenhorst and K Costello well known -elitleman appointed It w lent Allison Judge task and after due deliberation lie first prize for the best they garment to 8 E Tipton Paris Ky who IMAX pring J Thorn gold medal Wrll Posted lnv Ik- distriboted the road where 1 n for superiori- - for the Cincinnati iJailv hould nt of the ier gas will Mr all over the tia ill begin at Etlitor Th in Colnmti Sir Allow me to say through your valuable column to the people of Madison county that I w ill come out of my hole at precisely 12 oclock on next Monday I regret that county court day and my day conflict this time and in consequence that I will not be able to see the country ix ople as they will be in I am especially anxious to get a tow n whack at Col Win Irvines gooeels me I will show- you that it doesnt know any more about the weather than Mr Greely The goeoobooo has to have a diagram to tell things I only die when darned yaller dog get between me and my hole Tell all the boys that the ice business is up w ith em this season and the next best thing is to get into Prof Greenes ice factory What about that oak tree in the court house yard anyhow It must have grown since I to prance around there in the davs of John Miller the proprietor of Rich mond Yours truly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The iKorsuHoo iKwre rig The past year must have been especial Â¬ Niissalot of fun ly welcome to idows and orphans and J and ith M down i ad paid ecuri and that was the largest iu the previous history of the country Q usefulness in the future that his contin Cook the venerable minister the Chris ti uance with us is emphatically demanded tian churh at Burgin Sunday morning II by the highest interests of the church w hen his wife was so badly burned that Revi Mr Incaster of Winchester was and that his leaving now would she died n a few hours The family In our city last Saturday very detrimental to it IV it resolved with the exception of Mrs Cook and two EkjMaeO persons were baptised at the 1st That it is the sense of t little girlt- had gone to church Mrs Baptist church last Friday evening giuion that the pastoral relation ought Cook wn pitting near an open fire readRev Mr Williamson is in Covington be dissolved ing a newspaper and it is supposed fell Kor Heat AND holding secial service Rev Mr Priest 2nd That we appoint a committee of asleep The paper fell from her hands to and rooms on Main Street Storehouse filled his pulpit here last Sunday three to consist of the delegate the fire aad coinmuriicatpd the flames to 3- The flames spread rapidly opposite Hotel Glvndon Of the six proteslant churches of our sion Mr W K Denny one deacon and her clcthins and soon enveloped her lsly and in her city three are now without pastors We fine private member to represent BJ ResHteace for Rest hope this state of things will not long fore Presbytery and instruct them to lay fright the unfortunate lady attempted to On Main street opposite Second Presbefore it iutions and to plead run from the room A young negro that byterian Church new frame house with continue be in the room shut the door Rev Peter II Joldsniith a Baptist with it earnestly not to accede to the re- happened to six rooms cellar cistern yard etc quest ot the Henderson Church and threw a bucket of water over her MRS SALL1E OWENS minister of Versailles has resigned his 29 On motion Mr R B Buriiam and Col which bad the effect of sulsluing the fire pastorate to beeease a missionary at W M Irvine were chosen as the ad- but not vntil injuries had leen inflicted Boarders Guadalajara Mexico Our Goods are of excellent quality and which brought death to relieve her suff ditional members of the committee By day or week families and tchool was Rev J II Sawyer of Campton our PRICES REASONABLE erings some hours later Mrs Cook was girls preferred WATCHMKERJEWELER here last Monday on bis way to Harlan seventy years of age and leaves a near NEWS PAUAGRAPH Mrs W F Francis 3335- Court House to hold meeting as presid-Â¬ husband and ten children to mourn her ing Folder of the Mountain district of the Littles Barber Shop Keatovrd It is said that the tourist season Among her children are Ber sad death DEALER IN Methodist church Repairing f Tinware uLstpEiisi George T Little has removed his bar4000000 yearly into Switzerland Strother Cook Jr missionary to Africa Mrs Vise and Miss Nannie Heath ber shop down street to the bouse formerIdrncaa During the last ten rears nearly S000 Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Sanders cigar store secunited with the Methodist church Sun The tragedy at Chattanooga Tenn ly occupied by He day morning making twenty w ho have 000000 of capital from the outside has ond door from Herndons corner A SPECIALTY OF in which a prominent judge emptied flated ware etc Special united with this church since Rev Mr been invested in the Southern States the contents invites his old patrons and the public genofhis revolver into his The bulk of the money was famished by Yaught took charge last September attention given to Customers promptly Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat and daughter and was himself erally to call Northern capita Everything clean and first waited upon The Methodists of the world w ill hold killed by a shot from the ing Stoves 2 the best ot work done The State Treasurer paid out a great Enimenirnl Conference next Oc pistol will doubtless lie the subject of class and 000 last week to the school teachers of tober at Washington D C Rev South ti rowing manv edifying lectures in Northern pa gate a former pastor here BOW St Lex Kentucky The total educational fund The Itbem civilization Mr S L Midkitt came to RichWhen AND OTHER PRECIOlS STO distributed by the State the post year fact that Judge Warder held various ington is the delegate from Kentucky mond a few years ego he opened a small CLAUDE CO amounts to 1720 The Supreme Court of Georgia high otl ces will not be cited in m shop and did al the work hit rt for the final qn A the fact that be invaded ruled that a church site and edifice may the licd- - time to spare IJv careful a be sold to pay the salary of the p ot Ins victims w mi tus murderous business and the execution of the best apared with the preceding quarter weapon and was not content till be had work his patronage extended until two holding that in contemplation of law Promptly done and in a workmanlike 204181 -Frankforts trade tired fivt shots at members of his family assistants could not keep up with the dejustice is not only a cardinal but the mat with America for the same period shows ft will have to be noted however that jMintilicial virtue Mr Midkiff then built a three mands an increase of 27241 the Jodge was a tef pet bagger from story shop of wide proportions and emThe Baptist millionaire John D Cash Paid for Old Gold ard Silver We have closed out our stock 01 The steamer Fitzmy which has lately Ohio and brought his civilization with ploys half a dozen workmen Any arRockefeller baa given fjMO to the WilGoods fcc toqu liamsburg Institute on condition that arrived in New York from Alexandria him fron that State As for his offices ticle in wood or iron done in city style and att Dont forget the place next I I debted to us ar they were chiefly of the sort with which at low rates Dr brought 2510 bales of Egyptian cotton to the Punt ofttee Richmond Ky 115000 additional were raised 3- 1ed to rosao forward and settle imraed rained at about 350000 This is said to carpet bagoota are hooorodisitne8ooth ly Our a e wound up tatliff of Williamslown has give Madam Scott tells trie mysteries of the federal offices to which they are ap 000 provided the Baptists of Kentucky lie the largest shipment tliat has ever reached the United States pointed without regard to the rights or past present and future Consult Madam CROOKE BENNETT V CRMSTON will give the remaining 16100 Main srteet N Orion Frasee of Atlanta is at work on views ot the localities they are to sene Scott at Homer Baxters Sam Jones is advertised as one of the corner Collins Exposi- Â¬ the statue of Jefferson 1avis ordered at The murderer in this case bad lieen a attractions at the Sub Tropical Â¬ Thrasher for Sale tion to lie held at Jacksonville Fla It the time the ex President of the Confed United States district attorney appointDelaniater late Republican candidate The moral if He has a death mask taken ed by President Hayes eracy ilied will lie a happy time should it ever for Governor oi Pennsylvania is under studied ought to be full of inwith his own hands to ai him in obtain- proper comei when preachers of the Sam J arrest upon the charge of emtiezzlenieiit strie are compelled by public senti- ing a good likeness Since then Mr Fra struction First class Thrasher with u horse f 100000 to Loaa The S ipreme Court of the 1nited States zee has completed a bust of the late Henment to take a hack seat Engine power traction and 36 inch 100000 to loan on real estate in Madibaa decided that the meat inspection law ry Grady TlllH Separator Terms eiv In good repair Add county at 4 per cent The Russian ministry has decided to of Virginia is repugnant to the Constitu- son JOHN GRAI We read with pleasure and profit L B Osdoknf begin this year the proposed railway tion of the 1nited States and therefore by C C Moore The Rational View Winchester Ky J lie law makes it an otlcnsc 31 34 mr - Siberia to the Pacific although it void Lexington The book sold for any person to offer for sale in Virginia Rooms for Kent The author has reduced the price for the has not yet been decided whether to bound volumes to half price 7i cents have an all rail route or a series of rail- fresh meats slaughtered more than one Four nice rooms for rent in McKee hundred miles from the place of sale ant building over W A Powells clothing The book will not only flatten out the ways connecting the various waterways ral inspected and provides that the The all rail route would cost aboot 340 wrinkles of the human understanding house corner Main and First streets inspector shall receive a fee of a cent a Suitable for offices or bed rooms Apply but will set people to hatching out a few oooihh roubles is Second Street next to Garnett Honse Richmond Ky It is a thoughts on their own account MRS E BLRGIN The suit of Claude Monjar for 810000 pound The court says this law in ef to 31- liook liadly needed by the parson and damages against the Kicholasville and fect a prohibition liecausc lieing required W P Baxter painter and paper hangthe clergy generally It treats of the Danville Turnpike Company has been to pay the heavy charge for inspection subject religio fortissimo scietitilieio compromised the Company having paid persons outside the State cannot comiKte er does the best work See him and get 9 as it were It is less harmless than a COOl of the suit and 500 Monjar on equal terms in the markets of Virginia a good job Richmond borglar Nithelum Hit Demo had a son to lose his life bv falling with local trailers whose meats have not Kiauergartea crnt through the Hickman Bridge a year ago to be inspected The court holds that the V DE- WE CARRY A FILL LINE OF GA FIXTCRF Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils law by its necessary operation interferes inltifiill Domocrat RIPTION INCLUDING The Christian Register publishes the It would lie in Kindergarten basement of Christian with interstate commerce Mrs A and her following incident The Howard Historical Building reChurch on and after Monday January Chandeliers Brackets Standards Globes Rubber Tubing c daughter recently had a cently completed in New Orleans was competent for the State to provide against the introduction of unwholesome meats 5th iSyo She has just completed a specJewish neighbor die leaving a pretty formally opened Thursday last It is to but it cannot make discriminations under ial course in a Cincinnati training school BATH TUBS AND G iKiy baby orphan dependent on public K devoted to the preservation of docu jS- lTORS HOT Wa guise of exerting its pottos poweso sympathy His condition appealed rery ments and other articles illustrating the the SMALL HYDRANTS tad HOSE faa yard a is in line with previous The decision Hums are agents for first Blrnam strongly to little Miss A and she tried The building is opinions of the same tribunal respecting iv of Louisiana You Try them class insurance companies to convince her mother of the advanta tire proof and one of the handsomest full stock of laws enacted in other FosUira States with 33-- 3ges it would be to the baby to have them structures in the Crescent City Mill si delphia a view of controlling the Chicago dressed Donblson has a quantity of new Sulfor mother and sister Mrs A with an The celebrated romancer H Rider meat trade RICHMOHB PLUMBING kies Surries and Suggies of the newest idea of settliug the matter said lut Haggard who arrived in New York a and most popular patterns and at very A Pleaaiig Sesse Malied he is a Jew and you wouldnt few days ago passed through here achave a Jew for a brother would J Of health and strength renewed and of reasonable figures his wife for the City of companied by Mabel thought for a moment and then Mexico via New Orleans Friday follows the use of Syrup He eaw and cointort For Over Firir Yearn inn for No mamma but coudnt you bad only a brief stay in said has un Cincinnati and of Figs as it acts in harmony with nature Vr s WissliiWh S0THIS1 8arr niUlT8 for their ivtr riftv years by inilliiti- - nt spank him and make him believe in New York and declined all invitations to effectually cleans the svstem when cos- Â¬ chililrenwhlli tisthluK wilh uccr It if tens tin- ifiitaft allays allyaSa soothes the child says the of a social nature Xieholagrille I This little girl Christ resn tive or billions For sale in 50c and 100 cures wUnl isillc and la the beat tittle Si bav ml rheA It wlU relieve the was simply parting into childRegister bottles by all leading druggists meillatelv Sold by DruKldt8 In every isirt of iho A recount of the population of Portworld centsa buttle Be mire and aak fr Mr of coerish phrase the spirit and method Wins low soot Max Syrup and take no otner kind land Maine Profiting by Experience shows three thousand cion illustrated again and again in the COR- Â¬ W P Baxter does not do your job for THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND Amy with a broken engagement to more inhabitants than the government historv ot the Christian church Mary about to be marriedl My dear half price but does you a good job for enumerators recorded This clauses the frirl do KEEPS NER KAIN AND FIRST STREETS Kev R A Farnham psatorof the New York Star to remark that the with my not make the mistake I did a reasonable price See him if you are Charlie Dont ask George to going to have any dune JMethodist Church of Cutler Me hi home of ex Czar Iieod should be thus eat any of your cooking- until after you good his charge and if his statement of robbed by Porter shows inexcusable are married EVERYTHING IN THE Iloston Herald MATRIMONIAL of Cutler lie true h the civilization blundering or a base disregard of partibe congratulated on being able to escape san fealty LINE OF Charles Howard Shinn in an article Mr Ian M Chenault attorney at law with his life He says that he boarded Under the constitution of Illinois the entitled West of the Sierras in Lippin D White himself swept the church made the Illinois Central Railroad pays 7 per cent Magazine gives an excellent idea of Richmond Ky and Miss Ida Yet iu spite of of its earnings into the State fires and rang the IkII niece af Mr W II rawaett ol Culver treasury as the rapid growth and development of the his accommodating disposition the peo the consideration for its land grant will married t State of California as well as of its cli- Madison county ple swore at him whittled and ate pea This tax amounted lor the la t year to matic advantages the beauty of its scen- oclock i M mi Wednesday January nuts in meeting time fired pistols and 186181 and the total sum received ery the productiveness of its soi etc 28th 1891 af the residence of the brides and threw stones at his horse and laugh- from 1855 when the road went into opÂ¬ Mr Shinns descriptions of the winter uncle Kev Preston Blake of the BapIn addied aloud during the servir- ium been 2365018 The ti of California will have a particu- tist church will perform the ceremony tion to all this he declared that rum is sum of 04782357 has been paid as divi- Â¬ lar interest at this season Attendants Miai Lena Baldwin Mr it sold openly in the town and no one dends T Chenault Jr Miaa Marie Harbor oring the SOTieE The occurrence period Mr ti W Kvans Jr tries to enforce the law of such things in the moral State of dividends that have been declared Lexixgton Ky Jan 31 loot DIED If we are to believe Maine rs amazing New Orleans banks insurance To my fatrons in Richmond and MadiMr Frye such outrages belong entirely by the companies street railroads and others Bqaire M Parish died at his home son ounty to the South Can it Ik possible that generally average three miles from Richmond on the Red Having learned that one Mr Armntead there are any unregenerate people in since September for previous rears The January Saturday New England 7 We have been led to higher than representing himself as a competent piano House turnpike is tuner is now in Madison county I take Mia 1881 of pneumonia after a a suppose that persons in that section are showing for the banks especially born with wings but if Mr Farnhams factory their dividends running from i this method of informing my various cus- illness aed aliout M years Burial in par cent annually The street tomers that he is unskilled and will posi- Richmond cemetery He was a brother statement is true Maine contains -- ome railroads also did a better business and tively injure any piano on which he works of S Parish tins plate very ugly citizens Mr Frye has beeo from i to 14 per ctnt Respectfully especially bitter in denouncing the pay dividends Rev James S Henderson a former reswhile the insurance slaughter house Geo Horstman South as the section of disorder and ident of our city and pastor of the nfetbo ice brewing and other water works Piano Maker and Tuner crime but Mississippi has never been it dist church for two years died last week companies dividends run from to 20 at his home in Lagrange after an illness guilty oi the irreverence and disrespect NOTICE r per cent Xt Oi of several days to religion sliowu by Mr Y ryes conIr Henderson was The number of new post officio estab- Â¬ stituents It looks very much as if he I notice in the Kentucky Register of stricken down with parahsis at 10 oclock and other New Lngland reformers could lished in the United States iu the year last week an advertisement concerning on the evenini of the 17th and liagered was o5tH of which find plenty of evils to remedy at home if ended luii till the 22nd in a semi conscious condimvsclf and business signed Geo Hurts they would only turn their attention in 3628 or nearly half were in the Sooth mm which no one but a dog or a dirty tion when he passed peacefully away He That argues development There were 17 that direction Dutchman would be guilty of I say was widely known and his friends were 33- presidential post offices discontinued that ae is a fraud and that he has and is many He was a most genial eoaaaaa Rev Thomas Cummins Pastor of the during the year on account of decreased First Presbyterian Church of this city business only two of which were in the pract cing a fraud upon the people of iouable man ami was always the tight of His estiniaile wife preced Kentucky which I stand reaiy to prove every circle surprised many of his friends on last South That argues superior staving ed him only a few months to the ettcr T J Arhstiad Sunday morning by the announcement power in Southern development Kanit Peace to his memorv land that with that service he closed ho sas lost s of these offices Connecticut 4 Driving Away a Tenant toral relation to the church here kl l fTebraaka 1 Dakota 1 Minnesota As Another point Mr Isaacs this build- Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS- citizen of this community we join with the South contains much less than half ing ii absolutely fire proof his church and friends and hereby ex TOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK Hl mine krashus Idt vould nefer the population of the couutrvf the do Dhere tsh no money in dher glodins press our regret that Mr C has decided S H THORPE JR In a caiullilate for ures are significant Madison Cirrult peeziniss vidout a foyer mnce in a Clerk of the of the Democratic Court subject to leave us While he has only been in to the action Siparty Win T Bydner was found in his stable yhile Life our midst aliout eighteen months fa lt i POVKLL of Hpeelwell is a ohii liNorth Middletown Friday afternoon date for Circuit Ctmrt Clerk of Maabataa in that time impressed himself very Goad front and back rooms on Main county subject to the action of the Dasaa in favorably upon our community and lying in the stall of the stallion Luby 46-cratic party with a pistol wound in his left breat the street suitable for young men Cheap doubtless has done much good which Apply at Climax office 35- will be revealed iu that Day w hen the ball having penetrated about two inches NEW ADVERTISEMENTS to the riht ot the nipple and passed clear Flxlng HIa Whereabouts books are opened Mr Cummins is a through the liotly The ball was from a I have ulways wondered said the young man only about thirty years old s calibre pistol and made a wound newly arrived missionary to the genial yet he has an established reputation as a Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office scholar and preacher Mr C goes to which though dangerous is not necessa- cannibal what became of my prede at Richmond Ky weekending Jan 27 ceastir rily fatal Mr Suydner was still aliv Henderson where he takes choa Oh he returned the cannibal he Adams R C Ellis Bettie if First church one of the largest and licst terday and he escapes pneumonia and has one into the interior Life Anderson E G Floyd Julia blood poisoning will get well He is able churches in the South The Henderson Abner Benjamine GalvinJ W Dr ak only a few words and we underBaugh Sallie oentry fcdith people are to be congratulated on their Uanring Blandpond Eugene Harris Sallie Miss acquisition Weliesjieak for him a hear- stand has given no account of the shootfond of Dancing You would re Barnes Uener Harris Robert R ing He was in good financial condition ing and good will lie done About sixty II T and no cause can be assigned for suicide ply Yes to this question of course if Blanton Maggie 2 Hatton Mary E persons have boon added to the church Hallew Johnson Thomas Mr Bydner was well and favorably know n j ou had already mastered that delightful Ballew Hannah Jones Irvine here during his pastorate The follow art No reason why you should not Berry Milton Louis J H in trotting horse circles and developed ing resolutions speak for themselves Every detail of dancing the Madern SoBenton Emma Maupin Mary T Luby 220 Alice 21 Whekeas The First Church of Hen Clemmiei McBain Laura is so clearly described in Broadus Mattie ciety Dances Mystery 22o and others Stoner 22 Bly Bettie derson Ky has given a unanimous call Reanes Lillian Mrs the article on that subject by Mr Dod Chek James G Robinson William to our pastor the Ber Thos Cummins New Yorks greatest dancing worth Comley Elzah Shackelford N E On the first day of February 1891 the ami will appear before a called meeting teacher and all the steps and motions of Dawson Hannah White Howard of Transylvania Presbytery to lie held in bill for the relief of the widows of Con the tewest dances so fully illustraed in Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m this church Thursday Jan Sad to federate veterans becomes effective in Deirorests Family Magazine for Febru- Â¬ Money order and registered letter hours jia This bill was passed by the ary make plea lor his translation and this that a child can learn to dance with- prompt 7 a m to 6 p m I B WILLIS pm lature in pursuance of an out t master meeting has been called to determine it tution what action this church w ill take in the amendment to the BtaU Iorkrt book Lost which was ratified by a popular matter ami ier The pro Oi Wednesday January 21st in RichWhekeas Mr Cummins paste though brief not quite 18 months du- of the bill are in brief that each and mond a pocket book containing money soldier who served in the Confed and paper Liberal reward Apply at rationhas bean eminently fruitful and trmy during the laie war and every Climax office sacccoaful resulting in the addition of 02 it okher memliers to our roll 35 on prof Bargain Counter at Wallaces Is stopping at the St Ncholaa Hotel for and 27 by letter and an increased spir- either before or during the year shall be Oi next Monday County Court day I the purpose of allowed a yearly j 0 from ituality on the part of th t apply to will offer special inducements in the way Tuning and Repairing tate The lav erally and of a Bargain Counter containing boots Whekeas He lias by this fidelity in widows of veterans who were married My prices shoes hats and other things Pianos and Organs war Tbi the great truths of the i preaching will astonish you Come in early on court All work guaranteed to be done in the without fear or favor by the u daji and get the best of the best of workmanship and style All of his life ami by his untiring JTA s left at the above hotel will be C C Waiia the pulpit and out ied to He has numbers No 104 W Ma omniendations from the bt tion of our moral and religious of Richmond and Madison couiu 1 you want to buy a Sulky Surrey well as other sections of co THOROUGH UUTR8CTI0H IN B31M KEEMM H1TIM VWaUIStrtt UORT HaH TTK Wooes Bugy or Carriage call on Donelson for Parties desiring work of this the kind SOUTH WEST TUE6MPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRUNT STRATTOR BUSINESS CKia i he has laid the foundation of Rev - well to give Mr Armstead a trial he I as the latest best and cheapest MMER THIRD AND JETFERSON 1TREETS IMlSVtUE KT CATAUW1 Q8 it RELIGIOUS Â¬ of Â¬ Stray From my residence on North street a setter bitch black and tan Gordon Please re- Â¬ Answers to tho name of Clio turn aad receive reward M N Dan oars Light Co Water 3j- - WE KEEP A D FF IIR TIE For Sale Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- son-in-la- 1 surma diamonds Â¬ SMITH 7- - REPAIRING - Â¬ READ THIS i Administrate Â¬ Stean 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Â¬ Sanitary Plumbers Steam ad Gas Filter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 Â¬ 5- - Â¬ -r W A POWELL Â¬ Â¬ j- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Underware Hats Gloves Valises Umbrellas Gal And See My Goods 1 Â¬ Â¬ t costs you nothing to look throug my choice stock and I am sure you will be pleased Â¬ W A POWELL Â¬ Â¬ 1 TH E THMECO M E 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have just received the hands line of LT OF LETTERS White Goods Hamburg Spring Ginghams Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ TJ ftlT We take pleasure in showing our goods so give us a call before purchasing and convince yourselves that we can sell you the Best Goods for the Lest Money Â¬ WHITE St 112 W Main opp Court Hous ALLEN UuedmeMVWwam 5- ME CHRISTMAS REFLECTIONS THE GITHEEIDGE GIBLS Visit to Aunt Marias and Its Happy Result SUPPOSE wt will lave to go window and gaze r upon that amth- - Their link i - part i 1 l dnpiwl int fall to dreaminc wield a painters ata aparv eeas Wi w iij make dream uia i n- to Aunt Ma- Â¬ Â¬ - Why l it a ivward i that - 1 tiiav aa it al life with a dolor ously appeal- Â¬ ing glance at m e which I felt deeply but sponse Fan shrugged her bhotlders and said very em- Â¬ phatically 1 had rather stay at home IJut it looks so poverty stricken to stay in town all summer pleaded Dot Well said Fan bitterly we are poverty stricken It was lamentably true We Fan Dot and myself otherwise Agnes are the iutheriilge girls All our friends call us so although it is many a long year since I crossed the lioundary line between girlhrxxl and womanhood My mother died when I was but six years old leaving me a small fortune in the hands of an honest trustee who more than doubled its proportioas before I came of age When I was seventeen years old my father marriird the pret little blue eyed girl only two years older than her step daughter and who evidently worshiped her handsome elderly husband in spite of the dis- Â¬ parity of years between them A year later my twin sisters were born and christened Frances and Dora speedily converted to Fan and Dot Ten long years of happiness followed before my dear loving little step mother died- - We were a most united family and my fathers great wealth gare ns every luxury so that there wa- - absolutely no cloud upon our happiness until death came amongst us Two ye irs later my father died leaving largt property to be divided amongst us and appointing James Trueinan his life long friend our guardian lty the terms of his wil my sisters were to be considered of ag i at eighteen and the property to be then divided In the meantime I was to superintend their education take euro of the house and be in all things a second mother to them Just one week before their eighteenth birthday James Trueinan disappeared carrying with him it was presumed all our property as well as that of some or so of other people whose mon ey he held in trust Down we came from our life of luxu rious ease with startling rapidity to live upon my income inhe lted from my mother a comfortable independence for one woman but found to le rather in- Â¬ adequate to meet all the wants of two girls brought up to have every wish granted Aunt Maria was not my aunt but aunt to my little blue eyed step mother She had a farm in Pennsylvania where we had gone when the twins were chil- Â¬ dren and endured such martyrdom from her scolding and fault finding that the memory was a kind of horror tons Still she had most kindly writ Â¬ ten every summer since t invite us to visit her and It was really our forlorn hope if we must escape 1he heat and dust of the city Perhaps said Dot in a forlorn Aunt Maria wont scold us now that we are grown up rown upsaid Fan scornfully Do you ever expect to g ow up Dot r or I must record here ihat although they were twins never were sisters more unlike than Fan and Dot Fan dec and graceful with black hair and eyes clear olive com n and rare beauty of feature was dignified in manner rather cold to those with whom she was not very intimate and had a well stored mind and many graceful accomplish- Â¬ ments Dot was petite plump blonde as pretty as a fairy with fluffy golden hair and blue eyes impulsive and affectionate scatter brained and with only such accomplishments as could te learned superficially We must go somewhere she said and as Aggie has turred stingy we will go to Aunt Marias e went Aunt Mtria sent Jake with the spring wagon to meet us and Jake informed us Keen a railway smash here an Marias got one honse full I tell yer fourteen of em all hurted bad Broken Â¬ Â¬ rias said Dot made no vhlch I re- Â¬ - leasee and til to IT ill 1 the our tnuiagrea- in lost us hands and there is a large sum left But he feels the disgrace so keenly Agrie that I think we shall go abroud We I cried It seems to me you have got along pretty fast for one morning Fan How could I help it when he is so much hurt He needs some one to care for him for his heart is sick as well as his body Uml Dot is a better nurse than you are Oh Aggie I want to ask yon have you noticed Dr Erskine Noticed him Why he has been here three times a day ever since we came He is very skillful Very Young About thirty I should say Handsome Yes so so And he thinks Dot is the prettiest dearest little nurse in the world just fit for a doctors wife Fan I gasped not both at once my dear You take my breath away Well she said I am only telling SEE OUR LINE OF FALL WINTER BE ON YOUR Ps Qs overcoats W I G FITZPATRICK LN HAS you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothins Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Caps WHEN i Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To got he best for the least money there is only one plaeo tor von to o and that is to the old aud reliable house of 09VIN v MITC1IKLI the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They kep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot ask for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing apThe fall has been a little lack parel but what they iiave it in stock ward it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April showers and we advise one and all to prepare tor the long cold win We do not ter that every one the goose bone included predicts 11 Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell advert goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them but we do adver You want tise to sell them as low as anyone quality considered first class well made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are con fident that you will not go away without being convinced that we adTalk is cheap but low prices and honest square vertise the truth treatment wins everv time Dont forget that we have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond Â¬ PRECISELY WHAT YOF WANT KITCHEN WE REFElt T fOUl f THE UNSURPASSED A Va1Yt An r t saw lo I In th vir- - r Lexington Belle Range Befcre You Buy 711 T PATPlTAV vAUllUn has his name ing evil It we will liear in k il i ii- XYya- - J fl V f I l V A Remeanher et W hen llKt we will only fc man politics CLOTHING COVINGTON defore TTou Buy PlnfiH NAM is a bUV A MITCHELL near Hotel Glyndon AND - -- parity and t U eoniinj itended we man DOT WAS READING ALOUD t ill W i U n i kf II W m iiaaati ini I iTlil HK VMBassB Clothiers and Furnishers Main Southside Street M assesaM COOK STOVE God at the rfaiag -- time d training ravity ith tfaree- - - ind xhouM make that will never brine u r sphere fnjefl In av- - pthsoj - Un r - Think and pray days that mm unto w l l in we are h ll ii -- worth In - intlu- - intly in niiml man lovely is virtue not my love i their And ni- - ommV ir im- - Wer you what I guess Dot has told me noth- Â¬ ing unless you count smiles and blush- Â¬ es and the doctor speaks only with his eyes Oh I said I saw all that long ago but you know as well as I do that Dot was a flirt before she was out of long clothes She is not flirting now said Fan decidedly I went back to my ward with my tray of delicacies and my eyes ready t catch any news that might cross their i Dot was reading aloud to one of the patients her voice low and sweet and her hands gently stroking the sufferers hair Dr Erskine was quite at the other end of the room busy with his professional duties There was nothing to alarm the most vigilant duenna and I distributed my rations with a tranquil mind But as 1 left the room with my empty tray a strong hand took it from me and Dr Krskine with a quiet Allow me marched into the kitchen at my side Two love stories in one day with no more romantic burrounding Jhan the pans and kettles of Aunt Marias kitchen It was charming The doctors vooing was very straight- Â¬ forward and he told me he was quite aware that Miss Dora had lost all her fortune but that she had consented to be his wife I have a moderate income inde pendent of a fair practice he said and I can give your sister comfort if not luxury I kept Fans discovery a secret and pave the doctor a cordial consent for I Hired him from the first The weeks flew by until the last convalescent had left the old farm and there were no funerals from amongst Many pretty Aunt Marias patients ns of gratitude came to all of us re we turned our own steps home-Â¬ ward to prepare for the double wed- Â¬ ding Dr Erskine ave up his country prac-Â¬ tice and consented to make one of the family in the home of our inheritance enough for us all Here we after Ian had conquered reluctance to return to his own city tle two fair brides only too glad to tfa housekeeping care upon me the Inst as well as the first of the Gnthcridgc girls Anna Shields in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 OLIVER PLOWS -- e w- Doaa las BhM n warranted and ererr amir and price stamped on botts sa P epaftsd PLOWS -- I AM AGENT FOR- - nor WAT sasBBBsl Ills Vulcan assaLX bbbI I d Urn Mi hi FORKS aafcw BBBBSa THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE IN P ALSO THE FAMOUS sr2tSl W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE Waterproof rain GENTLEMEN Fine Calf and Laced The excellence and wearing qualities of thin thorn cannot be better abown than ny the Rtronn endorse meuta of Its thousand j of constant wearers an elegant and Genuine Hand SeOO ftvlisb dress She aeWed commends Itself which A fine calf Shoe SylOO Hmid newed Welt durability uuequallM for trle and T hi SO 50 Goodyear Welt price the standard dress Sh at a popular O PolicemanN ihoe la especially adapted w AUfor railroad men farmer etc Lace made In Congrcvi Kutton and BigInjunjSuIlkyP L HAMES COLLARS HOES RAKES BACKBANDS AND TRAC1 SHOVELS TTTIN 050 Sift 2 in i afal have been most favorably received since Introduced and the recent Improvements make them superior to any shoes sold at these prices Ask your Dealer and If he ca inot supply too send direct to factory enclosing advertised price or postal for order blanks W I DOULAH Brock is Bills 32SHOSlafdSs Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SLiILI Sold by Jack Freeman TIirarnTj A SPECIALTY for CASH V SHACKELFORD PKAIEKS IN PowersHagan C DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First Streets iron stje2 ioy AlIi KINDS OF- - GENTRY Fiirnislii Goods FITZPATRICK OF GREAT 7 PROPOSITION Y lcdjjer Hardware Tinware ffooflenware AND WAGON MAKERS House RICHMOND KENTUCKY FATAL It KillR WUty-Onr CIGARETTE Kiicht Men STRANGE CASE the Beaalt at a Wound a Soldier Miad rUmalac a BlMk for Eight A very romantic story has just been light through the medium of vnsion Bureau says the Ihiladel rd On the 1st of September at Van Wert O in fifteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry eyed youth of twenty hompson At the battle inauga Thompson was wounded aae shot and left for dying on the He never rejoined his regiment and it was generally supposed that ha numbered among the unknown dead The next scene in this strange y opens on a snowy country road in us near the village of lie winter of 1870 Night was coming on as a small sized but bturdily built traveler breasted his way against the keen winds that swept the He was comfortably dressed in a good working suit with a pair of new boots on Lis feet and a coon skin ea iead H oned oil cloth i appeared to be looking for a Aud there on A A Forty tnn of Their Injni laSM and Wound l Whom Will Die BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL -- -- the terrible colliery explosion which happened aa Wednesday at Jaaovka depot near tharkov Russia The excised a fire to break out in three pits The owners and managers of the mines tried to descend into the burning pits but the fumes of the gas were so heavy anci overpowering that they were compelled t desist in their efforts in this direction Event- Â¬ ually a rescuing party succeed in entering the mines and reaching the entombed men After considerable la- Â¬ bor and danger the rescuers brought to the surface the bodies of twenty eight of the miners who had been kill- Â¬ ed They also rescued ninety one men who were in an unconscious condition These latter were all badly burned and bruised and twenty of them subsequently succumbed to thir injuries It is said the explosion was caused by a man lighting a cigarette Â¬ Â¬ Further details have been received of Roofing and Guttering RlCHMOKD Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40- - PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded day and nipht by an experienced physician and pharmacist Â¬ t 4 -- onritr -- journal IN CONNECTION WITH THE- - Ky Mareii 19 1880 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGBAFHT OF TEE COUNTRY WILL OBTAliJ MUCH VALUABLE IKFOHILATICN FH0M A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Jk ft tkf afsataVaf FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 Orchard Street new 10 foot alley QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 32x150 to 10 toot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELUNGS new 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant to lots all well finished 40x150 feet seperatc Fifth Street 50x160 feet m 8- DRUGS AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPEDIA Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c BRITANNICA Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS or as a FOR 8 CTS A DAY 250 a Month for One Year THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPAEDIA - COMPLETE - DP - TO - DATE whole on THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS on Walnut Street Powells adJition each inquire of eningtwiight of grace 1570 ing in the Hugh Thompson oldier of expressed it moment he had awakened from a dreamless sleep of s But his memory was gone His ether facul ka enough but he could not his own name where he had been or his home His entire past up to that moment was simply a blank seaai him with a former exisfne was an lcea that he was looking for a Mr Baker who needed men to work This turned out to be com uud hici and was given iini nt in a coal mine Gradually ind came back to him and he re Â¬ membered the scenes of his boyhood The case was so remarkable that it was taken up by the local papers and ory at las fell into ihi bands of psons father Their relationship waa easily established Through all bis wanderings and this sounds Uke a Sunday-school tale but the ncident is oved and forms jjart of the of his identity ho carried a Testament given to hm by a sis Â¬ ter with an inscription in rhyme when he enlisted The sister sttll living rec Â¬ ognized it at once when be exhibited it upon his return All his efforts have so 1 fL nil to him any thing that at he tumbled Chickamauga the strac ng of his dor- - Chikamaui It -- -- Iron Worker s Awful Death -- thwood l vii er in VJ i aught between the rllers while repairs and was drawn liU body being crushed out aa flat as a sheet of paper The rollers out wrought iron plttes half an inch in thickness North wood waa six years old and leaves a widow sad three children -- Era Out In the Cold rogate Ransom decided Thursday Ha was void and L that Era is still the wife f Joshua J or poor husband it know There wasnt inch of him to mourn a bo at Once a Tbigg COtnrrr nas about the young- arms an legs a plenty an mattresses heriff in the State Sheriff Mc- on the floor all the won en in one room Kinney is but twenty two years of ajre an all the men in the b g summer par- Â¬ At Burgin north of Danville the lor You gals will have your old rooms cos all the sick folks is own stairs but other morning Mrs Lucy wife of Rev Strater Cook went to sleep while read Â¬ I reckon youll have to eat slops cause ing a paper near an open fire and the the whole stores kivend with beef tea paper fell from her lap to the prate ip and grueL Im bout starved myself though I ate six bowl o gruel this niting her clothing The negro servant lniy threw a bucket of water over her morning Couldnt find nothing else ut it did not save her She lived but a eept cuntard an custaid aint iillin few hours She was 70 This dolorous account was fully confirmed when we irrived at the house Another Use for Kochlne Dr Guttman at a meeting of promi- Â¬ Aunt Maria had no time to scold With t crtrited from ll the nent physicians In Berlin demonstrated irras she vas busy day upon a subject who had died of ad Â¬ aiglkt amongst the sufferers and vanced tuberculosis that ulcers on the ana were et once enroll d aa assistants intestines besides ulcers on the lungs ut hospital in fie wom had been nearly healed by injections of ans ward Dot came out with colors lrof Kochs lymph a fact that sug- Â¬ flThig- - Never waa such a nurse Where gested that Kochiue tended to cure ul- Â¬ the child learned all her tender devices ceration of the bowels I can not imagine but she was the sweetest tenderest comforter of pain I The Mystery Explained ever saw Fan was of little use The Angry Oflice Man Confound you you sight of blood sickened her and ex- Â¬ posed wounds made her faint and she dont work half the time Stylographic Pen And you dont was speedily detailed to amuse the con work the other half Our hours differ valescents thats the trouble Texas Sittings We had been a month at the farm when one morning I wiis in the kitchen It Scattered Them making some additions to Jakes bill of Haitian Hum did you manage to fare when Fan came ir irouph that crowd I had to wait Agnes she said in a sort of breath- Â¬ for half an hour less whisper who do you think came Cumso I w as smoking that cigar out on the porch this morning his arm you gave rae Life in a sling and his heat bandaged just able to walk with help Her pale face and trembling hands told me the truth before she added It was Horace True nan VETERINARY SPECIFICS A clear case of retribution I said For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Hogs dryly the bin of ths father visited AND POULTHT upon the son ffMPagr Book en Treatment of Animal I was sorry as I said It fpr it had and Chart Sent Free ecara Fevers Concetti ions InBammatlon been one of the jests oi the two fami Â¬ A A i r pinnl Meningitis Milk Fever lies for years to call Fan Horace True It R Strains lumiiv Rheumatism mans little wife and I often thought Clllstemer Nasal Discharges Hos or lrubs Worms the words were more tan mere jesting ookhs Heaves Pneamonla EE to the two parties concerned FF Colic or Gripes Bellyache After Itim nrrtntr Hemorrhages James Trueman provod traitor to his H II r i ii it iv and Kidney Diseases s trust in him we never men II Kraptive Diseases Manse Diseases of Digestion Paralysis JK tioned Horace to Fan but I often Sugle Bottle over 90 dosesx 60 thought the child was graver and with Bpectncs Manual Stable Case Cur- Oil Veterinary and Medlcator S700 quieter than of old though she guarded Jar Veterinary Care OH 100 her secret well Sold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid anywhere and in any aannty on Receipt of Price When I had answerei her according HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO to my own belief of the matter she Corner William and Jciin St New Tore flushed rosily and said Ah you are wronjf We were aU IHTTMPEBEYS wrong James Trueman is dead and HOXEOFATEIC Horace was on his way home to make restitution when he w as laid up here I SPECIFIC He waa so glad to see me Aggie in uw Sj an Tno imnr am aaaaifiil rmmmAw Do you mean to tell me he has come MWilT Vital weakness to restore the money bis father took frnTi rrtrwork nr ihfr ranjt What is left of it We are not the par rial or 6 vial and Isrgs rial powder for at 8ou arbasaagna trsmt postpaM ra reosipt only ones wronged Afnea But he has of prie0MPHREYS KED1CIHE CO pat every thing into John Grants 0w WUttaai and Joha Sta X T -Â¬ BEK KA1LWAV 61AS1I 11EKE - For prices on anv of the above MRS E W WIGGINS A J 6 WILLIAMSON city soraiana Civil Engineer and Surveyor KurveyH itiade for Railwayx Ttirn liikf Roadwara Estimaie given Ac- Farm drainuge Town Lots laid oil POWER k HAGAN It is a Dictionary of Arts Sciences and Literature to wh added descriptions of American Cities with a History oi Origin and Growth with Accurate Informal ion of their S Population Resources Etc INSURANCE BURNAM 4000 Special Biographical Sketches A LITERARY of Noted Personages Liv- Â¬ ing and Dead Bronght Down to Date THE CHfCASO ROOK ISLAND PGFI RgLWY t Including main lines branches and extenalpna Bast and Wost of tha Missouri River To all points Bast North and r rrm Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Dos Momes Chicotro and via AILiiX LEA ROUTE to SDirit Ijike PirifiKtonn r town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns p nd ho short direct route In connection with lines from St L It Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern poiuts convanj uottB siby lfc S1BU coiisLitutes THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THZ WEST FROFV Wov-rhin-- tr GENERAL LAND SURVEYS to topographical maps fat nib ami other laixix HUME TREASURE BEYOND PRICZ It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and world forming the sDecd iBt most norjular and o transportation to and from all ci crado and the Indian Territory Kansas City and Cairtnd DodK Palje Sleeping Cars to ana I- THE MISSOURI RIVER sirg lands in tha cm of Coi- itr Car y and Pullmun on Special attention given The Oldest and Strongest American ami plats of Companies Correspond ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lands in mountain coun Â¬ NORTH AMERICA ties iA Kentucky aWOftice City Hall Richmond Ky SPRINGFIELD Linei retraced Ten Large Handsome Volumes Printed on Extra Fine Paper in Good Clear New Type Expressly for this Work M MACNIFICENT Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool ir by steam from the locomotive m leave Kansas City and St Joti SLnLiioutl east with elg ont Dav Coaches Pulixni FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOL Denver Colorado Spi ings and Puoblo nrn tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado fiuperb Din venient stations W6st of Kansas City a tt seasonable hour3 and at moderate pr To Manitou Pikes Peak False Idaho Sf rcBcrts hunti Ite Vestibule J VESTIBULE EXPftESS TRAINS I REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS NINETY SIX COLORED MAPS Showing Every Country in the World with a Separate Map for every State in the Union Corrected and Revised up to Date The Work is il -- on- - in Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doing the best of work more rapidly than ever be fore Will be pleased to see all my old pa trons and many new ones pas Remember I liaverrovt d to Third Street bet livine and North Street S L MIDKIFF 11 ctslG ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Bitnk BURNAM Fill Dlutnie THE ROCX ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE the G recur orido 2 ui is Budscnely ui Mjlsui W Dont forget our oflice is at the HUMPHREYS that can add to aafaty cenvi They also make clr Dcpots with the De Denver Texas and Per Tickets Map or dissired in dssu E ST JOHN lliaajer Un Union Union Pacific nt rjoyment HUME Nearly 14000 Columns of Reading Matter and over 10000000 addreua em TiaU t ft Pn- Ag BIELES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison County Bible Society ha at tl e drug tore of Stockton i Bri oWs in Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testaments They offer them at extremely iow prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all who aienotabeto buy Ministers throughout he county are requested to fee that the poor of their respective vicinities are suppn W I CRUTCIIER President Mad Nat Bank 49- Â¬ JOHN 333ASTIAN N B Tobacco Barns Country Storea aud Mliling properly specialties 31 32 B AH UNPARALLELED OFFER OUR PROPUOI IDNi DR G W EVANS G W EVANS JR 1 Â¬ GW Evans Son KY mi ESTATE MS ID WBM RICHMOND Buy DISSOLUTION The firm of Wallace - of the public respectfully requested The yards are located on Orchard street be- Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad 30- - delivered at vour address and a coniplete set ol the AMER A BRITANNICA in Cloth Bindii ir i7ln FViVciOP ---3000 payable in monthly installments of 250 each The complete set of Encyclopaedia delivered on pay tnent of 500 balance It M rTAftBKT Prop payable 250 a month Encyclodedia in tine Library or Sheep Binding and The Daily 3300 payable 600 down and 300 a All kind of Coal and Lumber at the Conrier Jour lal one year lowet market price Liberal patronage month for ten months a yea jcription id HE dailv 111 Â¬ Encyclopaedia in I iilytou UK mm 1 N0AO tVt f Bogsrs is this sell and exchange Real Estate an attention to the must be Ileal Estate and general collection business in all etails our property at ruary catalouge Dec 34 tual consent E C Liabilities are a ako all account aJa Journal one year ten months 0FYve per cent off for Cash paedia can be examined at - month lor - of the Encyclo paid to him 1890 C WALLACE E C BOGG 30 33 rVi HlUeU r OlMNaV u Naisav a wrt liif tm m ahow T boat In mmm timm mommy 4r wtv- - Ea W- - Brooks DRUGSTORE Middeltons li MAD TY Uba trt JrUB4iM4Ui