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Trt F I VOLUME mvs i IV I SMITTEN BY DEATH Sudden Death of Secretary of the Treasury William Windom In the Midst of Banquet Fmtiritlm In New York -- Ills ljMt Word Spoken for His Country orst type hxeveport La fJH V N 1I AN ACTOR Causes By RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4 1891 DEATHS HARVEST the ERADICATES BLOOD POI- Â¬ SON AN BLOOD TAINT I A KENTUCKYS Miles Â¬ Â¬ s I NUMBER 34 in Square T IU KNAM FIFTY FIEST CONGRESS Second Session Washihgtoh Jan 86 Sesats The debate oa the cloture rule was interrupted by a motion by Mr Wolcott to take np the apportionment bill and it prevailed yeas Si nays SL Senaors Cameron Jones Nar Stewart KENTUCKY STATE NEWS SURFACE Ares of This State by Counties TLAW - First isa toc d poison -- llIVAN t-- J A 1 S2E bttlDS of the Srific Ss sj 4iwd my system of cootarious f pif y lA w If KKKTCCKV i Number Who Perished In the Mam moth Mine Now Placed at One Hundred and Twenty Five Souls One hundred and seven bodies had been taken from ill fated Mine No 1 of Co at Mammoth near Youngs Frick wood Pa up to ten oclock Wednesday mornlrfg It is estimated that the re- Â¬ Twenty - Four Thousand Shots in Portugal Reading the Proclamation of the Portuguese Republic Civilians and Soldiers Al rested rly ih- - III A lV i i kueky P - J H rucxr tliiiiu i7- - SMITH rv i N HATS B O Office KBNTUCKr - u in KGl Kentucky i BOOTS T S rtiYSKIA j M BLACK AX J SURG I ICv jflLLJKXXIXGS i I M I DSURGl - Kkntiikv KMiiil J II 1 CIIiSON V AXOSURGBOX kl NTITK l i VIZ si RGBi U l i SHOES E S UNDERWEAR lnteV Ilrnc t VD SC RGB 1 IWIoK in Medi ire and Surgery Kl Ml IKY l IX M FOSTER unnV w -- Mini if n scRi i Bests Furnishing i lllill KlMUkl 1 Kill N I r - IIOLTOX Hteopjthi Fhys iciat and Surgeon G C WALLACE Kentucky Is AJ AI LIZ D SURGEON ttn r toin A U li ului CHAS HOOKER EtlXARV SURGEOV rVET OLLEGE a 4tt- -- lerllily ofBc hax - THOMAS B AYRES - - 1 wt Ml iiiy ucL rinivv - 1 nvsiiu HM RETURNED TO RICH- h1 - r your patron 21 PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN cn- Proprietor C 8c - Street 0pp 0 Depot LEXINCTON Mew KY VsOrrtLAi Building and Furniture nt rally I i t BAR ATTACHED d RATES2MT250perDay 13000 4MI MMSMMoi Perfect quiet reigied in Oporto Sunday Government reinforcements MO 400 La Rue Adair SCROFULA EVEN have arrived from all parts of the coun- Â¬ bill 4S0 33i Laurel Allen 6 WORST FORMS 405 try Three hundred civilians and sol- Â¬ 100 Liwrence Housi The usual skirmish on the approval Anderson SH SO Lea diers were arrested Sunday All tho of the journal took place but was finally ap UaUard S0 415 Leslie Republican clubs have been closed and proved yess 141 nays 107 The House then Barren 310 xTO Letcher nnd cleansed my all of the Republican newspapers have went into Committee of the Whole on the navy Bath450 330 b taking seven Lewis Bell After debate the Committee t had any symo SM been seized by the Government The appropriation billwas passed and the House Boone 170 Lincoln tunc arose the bill 3He iVmox on 41 Bourbon front of the Town Hall and several adjourned Spartanburg S C 544 ISO Logan Uoyd buildings in other streets where con Â¬ Washington Jan 97 Sbtiati The journal Boyle 5 lso Lyon flicts took place Satui day are much of Thursday covering the proceedings of Thurs Bracken 25 Soil ken HA CURED HUNDREDS or damaged and battered The Kings day Friday Saturday and Monday was read llreMbitt So 450 CASES OF SKIN CANCER 33 Madison portrait which hung in the Town and approved The credentials of Mr Stanford Breckinridge Mr Irby from Cali300 ST Magcffln Trsatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Hall was by the and of and South as Senators elect term begin Bullitt destroyed fornia 333 Carolina for tho 45J Marlon Buller We bwiFr fcrtcipic Co Atlanta Ga rebellious soldiers who made the build1S91 were presented read and ning March 8a 315 Caldwell Marshal- ling their stronghold Several of the placed on file Among the petitions presented Calloway 235 434 Martin was one by Mr Frye In favor of Campbell 222 140 Masonsoldiers who were wourded in the con- Â¬ and referred by the Government 333 19o Meade flict died Sunday Most of the insur- having potatoes received Issued thereon at the Carlisle and treasury certificates IM 183 Carroll Menifee gents who surrendered themselves were rate of a dollar per busneL Referred Mr Carter W 544 Mercer is Edmunds from the Judiciary Committee re Casey conveyed almard a It 410 441 Metcalfe House bill to Christian- xT l 708 estimated that 24000 shots from rifles ported back with amendments Monroe prevent the counterfeiting or manufacture of Clark 200 C0 Montgomery and machine guns were fired during the dies tools or other Implements used In counter 6X0 Morgan fighting Several more insurgents Sun- felting The bill as amended was passed and Clay 4S4 MO Muhlenberg Clinton day submitted to tie authorities a conference asked 880 340 Nelson Crittenden ISO The police have arrested an actor 315 Hocse After the approval of the Journal Cumberland Nicholas 310 410 named Verdial who rend the insur- Mr Springer iHL rising to a question of priv- Daviess 170 HH Oldbam the gents proclamation of the fining en ilege offered a resolution reciting thatamo Edmonson VI 70 Owen Elliott yesterday in republic from a balcony of the town hall Speakers conduct was unlawful decidingMcKin Estill 178 ioo Owsley Mr tion to be dilatory The Abbe St Nicholas a parish priest ley O made the point of order that the reso- Fajette 310 1 Pendleon 448 310 of Oporto Perry was arrested Sunday lution was not a privileged one the Speaker Fleming 780 exercised his 410 Pike charged with concerned having a motion to beright under the rnles to Floyd being 144 decide dilatory Point of order Franklin W0 Powell in the insurrection as he was sustained Mr Springer appealed and Mr Fulton 190 Pulaski A FUNERAL TRAIN Â¬ leaving- his church after mass Oth McKinley moved to table the appeal The mo Gallatin 210 130 Robertson 280 Bears Sixty Three Hodles and Hundreds er Republican leaden were also arrest Â¬ tion was agreed to yeas 133 nays 105 A bill Garrard Rockoastle 280 Rowan of Mourners to Scottdale Pa Where ed and all of them are now secured ex was passed for a railway bridge over the MisGrant S0 The 500 souri between Council Bluffs and Omaha Graves Russell M the Remains Are Burled In One Com Â¬ cept Or Veijra whose hereabout ITS House then went into Committee on the Mil570 Scott Grayson mon Grave unknown Several prominent men nam Â¬ itary Academy appropriation bill 405 275 Green Shelby All the Connellsville coke region ed us being members of the insurgents 820 352 Oreenup Simpson WAsniNGTOS Jan 28 Senate House bill stood Wednesday with bowed form and directorate disavow 200 200 Spencer to ratify and confirm agreements with the Sac lUacook aiv connection reverent head while sixty three of the 270 B ho Taylor Judge Snares and Hanker and Fox Nation of Indians aod the Iowa tribe Hardin SfiO 410 Todd dead miners taken from the mammoth therewith Harian Mans passed Lute being among tht number The of Ill House of Oklahoma Territory wastaken up Harrison 425 315 Trigg The apportionment till wastben shaft were shrouded coffined and laid theaters are re opening 155 410 Hart Trimble and Mr Hale who had reported it from the to rest for their long sleep The funeral BUG 472 Henderson Union Census Committee explained and advocated procession was one such as the region jR MINE HORROR 272 Henry ANO Warren the House bill and argued against the amend IN MOURNING 309 has never before known The remains SW Washington Hickman ment proposed by the minority commitEight Men Burned to Delth In a Michi Â¬ tee After a long debate the bill of the aside Hopkins 890 580 Wayne Â¬ was laid Crape on the PubUc Building In Wasand the mourners were carried to St gan Mine 840 305 Mr Hale said that he would ask a vote upon Jackson Webster Â¬ hingtonArrival of the Remains of Secre John the Baptists Cemetery in Scott- 880 371 Whitley At about six oclock Ihursday even- Â¬ it at noon to morrow A conference report on Jefferson tary Windom dale Pa in a long special train 190 133 Wolfe building Washington awoke Friday morning Along the inhabited portions of the road ing a part of the Chapin Mine Iron the bill for a public agreed to at Rockford I1L Jessamine 247 300 was presented Woodford After A3ST13 Mountain Mich the largest and most ecutive session and Senate adjourned a short ex- Johnson to be shocked through all ranks of its hundreds of citizens turned out and 153 Kenton the 40000 life with the story of Secretary Win wherever the train halted great crowds productive in Michigan caught fire at 385 Knott Total HorSE The Senate resolution for the print330 For thirty years gathered Over 3000 persons were pres- - the sixth level and at this writing the ing of 15000 extra copies of the irrigation com- Knox doms sudden death he had been a well known figure there nt as the bodies were placed side by fire has spread to an alarming extent mittee on the Irrigation of the arid lands was Speaker for a quarter of a century It had been side in a common grave Shortly after and smoke is pouring fiom four of the agreed so Theof John H laid before theasHouse The President has nominated David Represignation McCarthy not only a familiar figure but the 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon the fu- Â¬ shafts and it is feared that serious dam the resentative from the Eighth District of New N Comingore to be Colector of Internal will result It U thought that York Laid on the table The House then Hi venue for the Sixth District of Ken- Â¬ people of all classes had regarded neral train was pulled into Marmoth miners the day went into committee of the whole on the Mill tucky of him with high respect and true It was composed of three baggage cars several are and tary Academy appropriation bilL Without underg ound rn His Representative Dickinson has inwork had been three coaches for the mourners and au shaft progress he not resiued They making anyadjourned the committee arose and troduced a bill in the House to pension He had been a extra car Half a dozen teams ware can 1or the people the House int supporter of all their reforms pressed into service to haul the coffins have probably succumbed to the smoke Washington Jan 24 Skmate The Ben James Carroll of Dayton He was strong in Congress during the to the train where they were put down How the fire started is not known The ate bill creating the office of Fourth Assistant The following postmasters were com- Â¬ f the shaft are being cover Postmaster General was passed The apporwar He was prominent in reconstruc- Â¬ in a row The coffins were numbered missioned a few days ago Mis M B prevent air from entering the mine and tionment bill was passed exactly as It came Cundiff Belmont Bullitt County W tions He was influential for ten years On the lids of some the name of tho it is hoped by this mems to smother from the House yeas as nays 29 A strict II in the House of Representatives years dead person was written Carlin Henderson Carlinsburg 1 on motion of the flames At nine ocloeh the fire is pc rty vote up he Senate then providing for Mr County Mrs W P McGregor Friend which covered the culmination of seces Blair took tho House bill the still spreading and all the shafts have adjustment of accounts of laborers workmen ship Caldwell County Mrs H Seaton sion the war for the union and the res- Â¬ FROM THE HEAVENS been closed down There is no hope and mechanics arising under the eight hour law Hunnewell Greenup County W Bry toration and reconstruction period He I having been thus made the unfinished bus- was as influential for the twelve follow- Â¬ A Rttre Meteor Falls on s Farm Near of rescue for the eight entombed men iness Mr Blair consented to bare It laid unt Jetts C eek Breathitt County B Lathrop Mo whose names can not vet lx- learned ing years in the Senate Two Presidents E Day Rock Lick Breckinridge Counaside temporarily so that the army appropriWord has reached St Louis stating The mine is situated in the ation bill sbould be taken up and proceeded had honored him with the high position Grant Coun- Â¬ that the inhabitants of Maribille a heart of Iron Mountaii and almost with Mr Gorman however objected to that ty E WR Fitch Sherman Fork Chris- Â¬ of Secretary of the Treasury The Wood Sinking ty W President and the members of his Cabi small town near Lathrop Mo on last the entire population surrounds the arrangement being made and tben Mr Allison tian County night wen terrible opening waiting for so ne news from wbo bad made the request withdrew it and net assembled at the Baltimore and Wednesday ias a privileged motion that the The Henderson Belt Line railroad frightened by a noise resembling the the unfortunate victims The Chapin moved taken up That motion was agreedarmy Ohio railroad station Friday afternoon till be to continued roll of artillery fallowed by Mine was the second largest ore shipper thus displacing the eight bour bill from Its ad has outstripped all the older corpora- Â¬ lor the purpose of receiving the remains tions in the rapidity with which it ac- in the Lake Superior district having vantnpeous position as unfinished business of Secretary Windom The remains a horrible grinding crash which seemThere shipped 100000 tons lat year The The consideration of the army appropriation cumulates damage suits The road is AtrtA nf ri mcrVi t in a cnooiil sa proceeded a very slight shock as of an eartl- - Vanderbilts were negotiating for its bill was tbenadjournment wiih and considered less than a mile long and is not yet six tached to the regular train ieaving until bour of months old but it is already defendant quake but otherwise nothing resulted purchase Jersey City at 11S0 and arriving in HorsK A bill was passed providing for the in twenty two damage suits for amounts from it The noise was heard for issuing of the commission of P C Jobnson as Washington at 430 oclock It arrived The Mammoth Mine Disaster varying from 500 to 5000 Rear Admiral into promptly on time The transfer of the miles in every direction but it TsUErsday it was discovered committee of the The House then wentAcad Mehcek County is very much worked whole on the Military not known was a few by the rolls afternoon until remains from the station to the house of the Mammoth company emy appropriation bill After a long debate up over the ravages of dogs among was made quietly and with as little ef Â¬ days later that the mystery was that twenty three more men are miss wb ch assumed a political character and with- sheep found ing in addition to the 107 found dead out disposing of the bill the committee rose fort at display as possible The inter Â¬ cleared away William Apperson on Princeton and Caldwell County have large bowlder his to l 0 It and the House adjourned ment will be made at Rock Creek Ceme- Â¬ that a had disappeared which was arranged to build a joint workhouse farm from its place This increases the total dad WAamKQTOW transJan 80 without tery near the Soldiers Home and the and was crushed into small lits which is probable the remaining twenty three acting any business both Houses The fast train on the Cincinnati of Conwill not be for weeks owing to President accompanied by Mrs Dunmick were scattered over his farm for several the immensefound of wreckage that gress adjourned as a mark of respect to the Southern collided with some freight piles and the Iostmaster lleneral drove out to rods in each direction memory of Secretary of the Treasury Windom cars on a trestle south of Lexington Ir the spot must be removed Tweny seven more the cemetery Friday afternoon for the Washisoios Jan 31 Scxatk The No one was hurt passed the army appropriation bill and purpose of selecting a suitable lot for where the stone had rested lay what dead miners were buried t noon ThursA fire occurred at Wood to be the burial An order was issued by the appeared oblong a mass of iron The day many of the graves being marked took up the fortification appropriation bill ville disastrous McCraeken County the other body was in shape and had r BnsfssBBl Introduced a bill to appropri Department of State directing that the unknown owing to the terrible r the erection of a granite monunight which destroyed several thousand the mass of rock Treasury Department in all its branches dently struck was divided evenly broad- mutilation ment to a mon P Chase The bills to pension dollars worth of property The Settle in two side on for it 1 igel and the widow of General Qocds be draped in mourning for the period ofÂ¬ pieces The huge mass of ore is un Hotel valued at JoOOo with its entire Eyraud a Head May bs Spared E F Nerea were passed also the bill increasthirty days that on the day of the fun doubtedly of meteoric origin and has Jeneral The llappel Thursday announced that ing the cost of the Portsmouth 1O puoilc contents was a total loss eral the several executive departments magnetic qualh Haddocks grocery store building and the Committee on Pardjns has pro Â¬ building f730OD Adjourned until p m Morishall be closed and that on all public nounced in favor of commuting the lay so that members could attend the funeral stock valued at 4500 is a total buildings throughout the United States S P Simpsons general merchandise A Tablet to Mrs Hayes sentence of death passed upon Michael of tho late Secretary Windom the National flag shall be displayed at Hoi sE In the House the Military Academy One of the finest m m irial tablets Errand the murderer of Gouffe at store stock and contents valued at bill was passed The House adjourned until half mast 6000 was destroyed that will find an abiding place in the laris to one of imprisonment for life There were also Monday at 2 p m in order to allow Represents Worlds Womens Christian Temperthree residences consumed by the DIED WHILE IN OFFICE tivesto attend the Windom funeral l North Carolina Goes on Record ance temple now in course of erection flames The total loss is about JO000 Notes From the Capital Secretary Windom the Seventh Cabinet The North Carolina House Thursday only partly covered by insurance in Chicago will eulogize the life work Officer of the I nited States to Die Iur lution deel ning to make The recent Indian troubles probably and virtues of the late Iuey Webb 1ns Service Kenton Countys assessment for 101 an appropriation for the World lair cause the Secretary of the Interior to The death of a Cabinet officer during Hayes the devoted wife of ex Iresident in the event of the passage of the elec think the Indians should be made to foots up tJS80Ol815 Of this amount 20439230 is in the city of Covington his term of office has not been a R 11 Hayes It is proposed to erect the tion bill A similar resolution pi work Thursday in a letter addressed rare occurrence in the history of this tablet by means of contributions of one the Senate heretofore - The increase for the county over th to Congress ho recommend the esis a little more than country Mr Webster and Mr Upshur cent each from members of the Wom Â¬ me tit of an agricultural training sessment for 1890 Union Temperance one million dollars died while filling the office of Secretary ens Christian The Old Tariff Dead school A troublesome question has arisen of State Mr Kawlins while Secretary throughout the country Saturday was the last day for im- Â¬ kftakt Wisdoms death will be of War Mr Itrown and Mr Howporters to removed merchandise from specially deplored by the newspaper concerning the support of pauper idiots Boy Fiend Sentenced to Death while Postmaster General and Mr in Campbell County The last Legisla- the ljonded warehouses under the old At Cheyenne Wyo Charles Miller tariff law The result was that nearly men He was accessible to them at all ture passed an act directing each counFolger while Secretary of the Treas- ury Mr Windom was therefore the who murdered two boys named Fish all the leaf tobacco and general mer Â¬ times and seemed to take pleasure in ty to pay 20 of the annual allowance second Secretary of the Treasury who baugh and Emerson in a freight ear chandise was taken out in New York assisting in their work He believed of 75 by the State and the State the pabtte had a right to know what 55 balance died in office and like Mr Folger he within the borders of Wyoming while City leaving only liquors in bond The It further provides that died while away from the National they were en route from the x home in total receipts for duties for the week the executive departments were doing this 20 must be paid before the State and he never declined a reasonable re shall be called upon to pay for any idiot Capital Secretary Manning was strick- Â¬ St Joseph to Denver was sentenced to have amounted to So60H0X quest for information concerning the residing and cared for in the counties en with a fatal disease while Secretary be hanged Friday March 20 Miller is business of the Treasury The news- Judge Hill of the county court holds Kochs Lymph Vindicated of the Treasury and died soon after fifteen years old but did not exhibit Drs Hand iuttman and Prof Erlieh paper men therefore naturally regard Â¬ that under the acts establishing leaving the service As was also the the slightest trace of emotion when tho the 104 MAIN STREET informed a meeting of the Medical so-Â¬ ed him as a good friend and will al Â¬ courts the city of Newport is liound case with Mr Folger Secretary Win- sentenced was passed upon him in Perlin that microscopic exam- Â¬ ways cherish his memory ciety to pay this 20 for each resident pauper dom died from heart failure mainly at-Â¬ Robert Ray Hamilton Dead Again ination of the blood of twenty eight The sundry civil bill as completed by tributed to overwork in the perform- Â¬ rumors patients who had received injections of the sub committee having it in charge idiot and that under the Court house In spite of the sensational District Acts the Court house Commis-ance of his official duties and conjectures that Robert Kay Ham the lymph disprove the thjory that the carries the largest appropriation of any sioners must pay for any such idiot res- ilton may still be alive his immediate lymph caused the formation of tubecule similar bill for many years footing up ident of the district Death Has Been Busy outside the cities of Death has been busy in high places family and friends in New York adhere baccilli in the blood no Dacilli being probably more tban 36000000 This Newport Bellevue and Dayton and during this administration In Su to the belief that the report ol his death discovered in any ci is due to heavy appropriations for pub that as to said cities being bound to sup Â¬ in Idaho brought East by JOGreen preme Court Justices Matthews and lie buildings heretofore authorized to port their own poor they are legally Famous Cathedral Burned General was absolutely correct Miller have passed away -- HAg TIIK A dispatch from St Petersburg an- be built to harbor improvements to a and in duty bound to pay the 930 pro- Â¬ Sheridan has died Two deaths have vided by the act named and upon their nounces- that the famous cathedral at special appropriation of between 600 President of Oberlin College occurred in the family of Secretary 000 and 700000 for the Government Professor of Novgorod Russia built aft er the model buildings and Government exhibit at refusal so to do he says these poor un Wm Gay Ballentine Tracy two in Secretary Blaines and fortunates will simply be on two in Secretary Windoms the latter s Greek at Oberlin College was Wednes Â¬ of St Sophia at Constentinople and the Worlds Fair in Chicago and to a hands to support them entire as their any day elected president of the Oberlin filled with historic treast res some of million dollar appropriation for the cen Â¬ grandson having been buried only a others whf require the aid of these mn- them going back to the time when Nov College succeeding Prof Chas S Fair week ago sus XFINEST LINE 0F nicipalities gorod was a powerful and independent hilds m Loss of Life by Flood The taxable wealth of Lincoln County city lias been destroyed b3 fire One of the prominent delegates to the SUrer Discovered In Iowa Advices from Massowah on the Red There are 33CO approaching National Council of Wom- Â¬ foots up 5000000 A Pastor Last Tert It is said that A C Brendt while sets state that a terrific storm followed en in Washington will be Mrs Char- Â¬ voters in the county according to the 1 Fanning of the Oak Rev Neville by floods has caused enormous damage drilling a well on his farm near Fair lotte Emerson Brown cousin of Ralph assessors count throughout the island of Massowah port la found at the depth of SiO feet Park Congregational Church Minne- Waldo Emerson Mis Brown is a cler At Corinth Peitro Standwich apolis Minn was taken suddenly ill gymans wife and is an accomplished the other morning from injuriesdiedOver one hundred persons lost their a vein of silver sixteen inches thick inat the conclusion of the morning lives speaking five or six languages flicted on January 20 by John Mussel- mon Sunday and died soon after Ap- Â¬ linguist Confessed to Bobbing the Mails mans Standwich was a Hungarian fluently Favors the Elections Bill John Seiver the boy under arrest at oplexy was the cause The subject and was The Legislature Thursday adopted a Parkersburg W Va charged with rob- Â¬ of his text was Is Lift Worth Liv- Â¬ Vest and Senator Voorhees bear trainerwas drunk showing his bear Senator and quarrelsome resolution calling on the V S Senators bing the mail has confessed and been ing side and Senators Musselman on the Democratic when dogs dog barked from Pennsylvania to support the Fed Â¬ sentenced to the Reform Farm Mandcrsoo and Paddock on the Re Â¬ and raised Standwich kill his axe to Left nothing But a Hole it Standwich eral elections bill by all fair and honor side are greatly addicted to tell- Â¬ he AND Sunday afternoon as m oil well publican Sugar Taxation Selected able means ing stories and they know lots of good tnterferred and received the blow at first intended It The German Reichstag Committee on shooter was on his way to a well near iut they never venture to spring that the Austro for the dogConsulis said Senator Jones Re Elected Hungarian will the Sugar Taxation bill rejected that St Marys O with a load of In the Nevada Legislature Thursday measure in its entirety on its second see that Misselmanu is brought to jus it exploded and blew the ho iiate Senator Jones was r elected U S Sen- Â¬ reading Wednesday wagon and driver to atoms The only Only Two of the Miners Perish ator for the fourth time receiving 54 evidence of the disaster wa a large hole Lieutenant Schwatka Dangerously Injured Prohib Vote Will Stand votes out of GO Lieutenant All openings in the Chapin mine The famous explorer in the ground m to I the Nebraska By a vote of Iron Mountain Mich have been closed Schwatka was seriously if not fatally An Expensive Bolt Died From Jumping a Rope House indefinitely postponed the bill in the the fire may be smoth injured Friday He was ascending the A case involving the right to fifteen providing for a recount of daughter of John ercd hope that the imprisoned The tweive-year-olminers stairway of the Park Hotel Mason City tour of dollars worth of calves has just been cast at the late election on tli of Guyandotte W Va jumped Tacken ed through the timber shaft but la and when near the top he fell back Â¬ decided in an Iowa court The costs are tory amendment a rope 120 time Saturday and Sunday Thomas Edwards and Jerry Bennett wards over the banister to the floor be- Â¬ A bill appr RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD aver 15000 f she died from its eff 8100000 for the relief of drought offer ted Their bodies were neath The physicians state that his en in the western part of the State recovery is doubtful No Canadian Reciprocity negotiation brought to the surface Lieutenant Schwatka Improving retary Blaine says there are no pf mi il by a unanimous vote Lieutenant Schwatka who fell down negotiations in proeress to effect reci- v im btairs at Mason City Nebraskani Want Relief procity with Canada The Nebraska Senate has adopted a proved Doctors now think that he will nder Highest of all in Leavening Power ninal inju U S Govt Report Aug 17 18S9 memorial to Congress asking an approTo Assist Russian Jews C A movement has been begun in this priation of 1000000 for the relief of tho him a cripple for life sufferers ia that State xrantry intended to secure international Another Candidate for Electrocution action to improve the condition of Rus Â¬ Frank Fiske the murderer of Cnlli- Embezzler Captured possession sian Jews and place them in rk w ite was arrested at Kan- - nan b Frei jf Palestine burn riday charged with the em-- Judge Adams to be ext during the SI 500 from Yorgan Dressed Beef Plant In India The British Government is negotiat Â¬ HoKsn A Tbaynok for Hospital and Patlc Buxed crime ai Co le- of Chicago for H ing with Armour on the money of a dressed beef the establishment All LcKee Change plant in India ing in the flam A Tray nor M K CSS Hon William Windom Secretary of the Treasury of the Cnit died Thursday niht at 1005 oclock in tho banquet hall at Delmonicos where he was a fruest of the New York Hoard of Trade and Transportation His had leen the first toast of the evening1 He had finished his response and seated himself swooned at once and died almost immediately Every effort to rebtore him was made but in vain He died of heart disease The frreat as Â¬ semblage at once dissolved Mr Win- Â¬ dom had been the only speaker ami the sentiment to which he responded was Our countrys prosperity de Â¬ pendent upon its instruments of com- Â¬ merce When it was officially an Â¬ nounced that the Secretary was dead Secretary Tracy at once went to the nearest telegraph office and sent a message to President Harrison informing him of the untimely event and requesting him to communicate with Mrs Windom and have her start en the 1110 p m train for New York This will bring the widow to the city by 7 oclock Friday morning and not until then can any arrangements be made for the removal of the body Later on Under- Â¬ taker Huyler of Grace Church was summoned and was put in charge of the remains The body was taken to Room 35 of the Fifth Avenue Hotel Secretary Tracy and Attorney General Miller with heads bowed down wait Â¬ ed at the hotel to receive the remains Later President Snow telegraphed to President Harrison that the body would be sent on to Washington on a special train Friday morning mains of at least seventeen more vic- Â¬ tims of Tuesdays explosion Jaro still in the pit but it is thought that all wiU be out in a few hours As tho bodies of the victims mangled by the terrible force of the explosion or burned almost ontof human semblance were brought up from the yawning depths the crowd of watehers pushed forward to the pit mouth for one glimpse of recognition Hearts of wives and mothers stood still in fear that loved ones were among the dead The more disinterested ones quailed before the scenes Tears coursed down bronzed and bearded cheeks and were dashed away by brawny hands that had swung the pick for many years The rescuing party proceeded with their grim task and the crowd of watchers silent- Â¬ ly looked on It was one of those scenes which once witnessed remains forever impressed upon the memory of the spectators The cause of tho explosion has not been determined The coroner is on the trround and a thorough investigation will be made The victims will be buried by the com pany Many of the unfortunates are Hungarians and will be sent to Scott dale for interment Teller Washburn and Wolcott all Republicans The bill was voting with the Democrats read and laid aside till 2 p m to morrow Petifor and against the Conger lard bill were tions presented The bill to pension General Banks was reported also the army appropriation According to the late census the area of Kentucky in square miles is given at 40400 of which 400 is water and 40000 land surface The area by counties in square miles is as follows AT COST Boots and Shoes Having decided to discontinue the Bot and Shoo Department of my busine - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ man-of-w- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ THEY MIST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR down at PRIME COST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now is Your Chance to get whatever you want in the Boot and Shoe line for a little money H Â¬ Â¬ - EVER Â¬ PAIR WILL BE SOLD AND AT STRICTLY COST Â¬ wa Â¬ Qklc m ember thai they eost me COST meant what HOSIERY Â¬ Â¬ S Â¬ H J STRENG - MHRELLAS TAR OID PILES TKR-OID-rSOHP- Â¬ THE GREAT HOXTSEHOIaD REMEDY VALISES C SALT RHEUM ECZEMA SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Ill WOUNDS BURNS PILESI C FOR Â¬ Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book iy BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PRICE 50 CENTS CHICAGO Â¬ FOR MEDICINAL AIJSOLUTKlvY PUKE PURPOSES ILL- - Â¬ TAR OID CO G0RMLEY Â¬ j FREEMAN more llian halt a century the name ti Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recolle useil to have his booU and shoes made at Freen lie could get them to tit his feet and the price to ti because pocketbok and his ideas of value Now Freeman contu He also has a first cl as lii to make boots and CUSTOM MADE Bonis AM SHOES in stock and all sizes in all grade Freeman keeps also a fine line of GBOCERIES including Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every vft at No 3 First Street Â¬ Saddlery -- Â¬ fWal nitro-gly-ceri- HEATHS C T WELLS F B Trotting Horse Outfits C OALYAR Coal I C T WELLS CO d All Kinds of IleOiljCMlIiriiita Only a square from the Court home dont have to send away out to the depot You m W Gtormlcy Co Â¬ Nut Lump and Anthracite DELIVERED To All Tarts of the City Left at Whites Drug Store Chenault Ac Important Notice c ee 11 bZQl PrtturW Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal lumber OWEN McfcEF Avalanche In Greece Twenty four persons were killed and iroyed by an ava- eighty - Bradlai IB Dead nxt C T I lancheln Greece Chas Bru dead He had time in polit for Brown Bematlt Brown hematit i near M beendia- - ABSOLUTELY PURE TOLLS is r ion in the State shall specify the pur- lent paints near the mines and tonnage pose for which the money is to hcnaed loaded into cars but not passed over railThe Park City Times published nt and the money so borrowed sliall lie used road scales as well as waste in rehandling 1 DITOR FRENCH TIPTON in the various processes of cleaning the for no other purpose Bowling Green says Sec 11 The General Assembly shall smaller sizes The quantity reported by The Wheelers at a meeting in this Ilhll liCl EVERT WID1ESDAT BT city Satuiday reconsidered much that not authorize any county or subdivision the transportation companies as actually lid at a former meeting Co thereof city or incorporated district to carries to market which is the usual basis Climax shipment was 35407710 become a stockholder in any company At a meeting held ei lit or ten days Wm G White Chas S Powfii tons during the year aaaociatfoa or corporation or to ago they recommended Dr Clardy for or appropriate money for or to loan its for Governor PRICK VVK VKAR 150 the Democratic nomination choice for Mr CON OEK N 1 N G FA KM EUS and expressed a second credit to any corporation association in- Â¬ stitution or individual except for the Wednesday - - Fabruarj- - 4 1891 Clay but on Saturday they rc In Washington county 40 head of 1500 their former action so now Mr purjxise Of constructing or maintaining pound cattle sold at 4 cents bridges turnpike roads or gravel r their choice which in tie judgment of What Kentucky provided that if any municipal corjxira- M Many was a slow court day for stock the Times was a wise act liBritiia Mr Clay is beyond doubt one of the tion shall offer to the State any property None on the market of anv consequence Ml or money for locating or building a Capiicu in the State and no man would President Erwin doesnt seem to have i better or more acceptable tol and the State accepts such offer the the Kentucky Alliance by the tail iover corporation may comply with such offer lle is really and truly a fanner on ay in 12 The General Assembly may Mai How a forge scale and at the same time one Queen Victorias favorite dish for dinauthorize the eonat and towns in the Si at u mas hholiUl mmUM the of the ablest an ner is well done beef with which she to levy a jHill tx not exceeding one doldie by a polished gentleman o tine educat ion usually takes a glass of champagne lar and a half per head Every act and splendid equipment hroughout and itrv lytle H Hudson shipped this week to by the General Assembly and cash on hand July our farmer friends have in him a man Available I C E Myrick of Virginia 16 extra nice WAiS in drill 1 who is able to stand comparison with 111029107 every ordinance and resolution passed 190 surplus N V saddlers bought in this and adpte Iron all sources any man in the Suite 387000000 by any county city town or municipal W0 joining counties for from Iward or local legislative body levying a We have nothing aguinst Dr Clardy Graven ami no doubt he is a wi rthy gentleman tax shall specify distinctly the purpose Dflll 029107 babta that but as Gubernatorial tmlier Mr Clay for which said tax is levied and ctl The Tobacco Growers Association LiaHtkiii ngton in our humble judgment is far his Ordinary expcnditiu 79000000 for a tax for one purpose shall never be claims that the sales on last Tuesday the njurv superior in even first sales of the new warehouse in Louisdevoted to another purpose Bedemptioa of national bank 13 The General Aaaembly shall ville were satisfactory but others say not 22i notes ouaeroep NATIONAL ALLIANCE KKStiM THINS 1000000 not impose taxes for the purpose of any The prion were not large liebate on tobacco and snuff with th county city town or other municipal bondefOT the Purchases A T Vunnc lley bough for ted if Adopted at the Omaha Meeting Laal Week corporation but may by general laws Tennessee from CoL T P Hill 20 yearl Â¬ sinking fund and other reIS the Fanners Alliance iu Nafiuo ion i aailllilnni of their a the corporate authorities thereof demption of debt with ing males at 982J0 and 10 of Richard al Aaaaafafo There lively the power t col Cobb at the same price Col Hill sold 4 premiums at ier BecVeta-il tin- old m rya report 110000000 lect taxes for all pajpoaaa of said corpo-Â¬ to him at nl Owing to the oppn Where be lat- ration Mr James Howard Bogga near Rich- aml if the jrrowerecan that has beea heaped apon m by bo- C 14 The General Assembly may tal 151200 n ond weighed on hot Wednesday a lit capitalists traati and com acco trade nojMilists This indicates says Mr Carlisle a by general laws only provide for the tor of five pigs eleven months old lhac we believe it time for action payment of license leis on franchises elicit of 14000000 on July sermons weight of 400 and used lot breeding purposes the The official estimate of receipts for IKWIN Hoi St Kit pounds That is a record hard to equal Whkkeas The Rational Farmers Alli- yeai 1802 h S7300OOul and the various trades occupations and profes- Mr FA Bice of this city recently ship-Â¬ in convention assembled does estimated expenditnrea or a apacfol or excise tax and may 35785209 Put the Bteta lnor t emphatically declare against the this latter sum includes nothing for the by general laws delegate the power to ped to Philadelphia partk net in Ixuisv ystem of gi vi riiinent as mii- Ban nt counties cities towns and other munici- i lent of jMiultry consisting of 500 President Ir nipufoted by the eoagreai of the United aarchaaeof bonda for the sinking fund or It for rivers and harlxirs although for the pal eorjiorations to impose aid collect 250 docks 100 hens and 23 turkeys In bi place they aahatituted Mr Stati s and the niemliers of the legisla- - latter contracts amounting to 10n7- - license fee s on Mock used for breeding required six nnahch of abcDed corn jxr ity They for their feed Ml eajrhnf M re authorized by laws already purjioscs franchises trades occupations day it Irwin of the edit We declare in favor of holding a ed The feeling against the new constituThe account therefore for 1892 and professions d placed Mr K K ntion on Feb 22 1992 to fix a date tion seems to be grow ing except amoi g 15 Nothing in this Constitution in charge and place for the holding of a coarea shall be so construed as to prevent the the farmers And it is evidently a farriant bed by the tion to nominate caididates for the mbty from providing by ers constitution which if adopted by Revenue from all sources 373000000 dr Miultze and v ice President of the law how- railroads and railroad property the voters will no doubt have to lie Liabt United Suites We before that in the Deficit from year MM incinunti IikI i4uoo0 sliall lie assessed and the taxes thereon done by fanners votes convention to In- held Feb 22 M that Estimated ordinary expendishall be collected J L Stevenson of Tennessee bought loraed the representation s iall le one delegate tures according to the of F P James 22 yearling mules at 770 from each State in the Union WHAT THE ALLIANCE WANTS retarys report and ten of same from Charles v7orthil g 35785209 boat That we favor the abolition Pension deficiency 2 000000 ton at 80 Winter Brewer lought two Banna Ky Feat amy 2nd ent in the national banks and the surplus Rivers and harlsirs 10907 20 car loads of hogs at t to cents -- J O - lx- - loaned to individuals upon Sinking fund P 40224928 Dedmaa sold Saturday at auction My attention has just lieen liecn called land security at a low rate of interest 24 she S 108 head of mr friendly criticisms of 2 That we are unalterably in favor of Total 4704 ls7 ers Alliance resolutions You the Farm- sheep at 444 to 9540 per head II u- the Auti ralian ballot law certainly rwJslwry aytaM This shows a deficit of S4447 on IK EKWIX S REMARKS did size the matter up correctly that we demand the foreclosure of July It if the requirements 01 the A special from Bowling Green mjn nastily done as you saw at a glance that the government hoj sinking fund law are to lie complied with The Wheelers of Warren county have iarg The committees had to work at the furrailroads or a deficit of 134819489 if nothing whatin by I ther end of a full school house the au just concluded a lengthy session in which 4 That we discountenance gambling ever is to be paid on that account dience waiting just on the eve of ad- they changed front Clardy to Clay in ks and sli ppoat- journment so give us credit for our goo1 tkcii endorsement as to their preference That this is an administration of the KEVKM K AND TAXATION nt May- intentions and look over our uiistakes for Governor The course of President people and in view of that fact the jilit in Frankfort Capital and well admit we are not perfect on Flrwin in the- poaitioB assumed regarding font and vue IVcsideiit of the - editor was The following is the fall text of the resolutions but we are not a year old the Tobacco Growers Association paper of Keii- - Cnited States sboukl le elected by Mpu- article on Revenue unanimously disapproved and Taxation as yet in Madison lar vote instead by rn electoral college Still we can make a - man- Farmer King Ohio is reported as iy hat a the farmers of the Inited finally adopted by the Constitutional fair show ing as to niemliers already Convention - largely Already our wonderful growth spring- ing some keen things at the Institute outnumlier any other - and Section We must have- more arm The fiscal year shall com ing into manhood without theexperi there of citizens they demand the passage of of the mence on the la t day of July in each our heads before we can expect more of reform and deception of youth may excite laws in t as party measures iid we year unless otherwise provided by law fears in minds of some lest the power WW cents in our pockets And again alludfor the good of he government With lut 2 There shall lie exempt from hold Will not be used wisely 7 That the Alliance shall take no There is ing to great changes in the methods of - ami with a taxation public property used for pub- Â¬ no just ground for such fears The well farm working and the style of living he part as paatimna in political atrngg affiliating with H publicans or iHino lic parpoeea actual places of rebgfona known conservatism of fanners m a class ssid we have lieen trying to make our its infancy worship with the grounds attached should Ik- a sufficient guarantee that money under the old dispeaantfou and crats iiiat the National Farmers Alli- thereto and used and appurtenant to nothing rash or inconsiderate will le at- sk iiiI it under the now ance demands that the interstate com the house of worship not exceeding one tempted either in business or polatioB The New Fanners Dank sold to English niein- half an acre in cities or tow 11s and two We are instinctively patriotic not parti Anderson 255 acres of the T C Andermerce law be so amended and enforced until We make war on DO legitimate son farm Side view for 900 iht acre and as to allow all railroads a reasonable in acres in the country places of burial not conie on the inoiiev invested and we held for private or col rate profit and business Our policy is to protect our 73 acres at 990 lcr acre The banklxught u lias been demand that the mortgage on the Inion institutions of purely public charity and selves from oppression and no sensible this land to secure a debt and will probaverely and Central Iacitii railroads le foreclosed insttutions of education not used or emÂ¬ man in any business can censure us for bly make several thousand dollars OS the ployed for gain by any person or corpo- endeavoring through organization to betinvestment This land has been in the at once and the roads taken ehanj by the government and run in the inter ration and whom income is devoted ter our own condition knowing as we do Mitchell family of which Mr Anderson there of the people with a view of ex- solely to the cause of education public that the farmers can not be benefitted is a foceadet for over one hundred ears when tending Isth lines to the Baaaara sea libraries their endowments and the in- Â¬ without benefitting the whole commu- having beea settled by one of the elder i with comes of such propel ty as is Med exclunity memU ss of that family during tht last I our order board all parson The prime object of the Allianc century Mi 6Vrhnf deWeate - sively for their maintenance t That we favor the free and unlimitwarn- r residences owned by any religlvetter the condition of the fanners arid inage of siKer and that the vol W G Welch sold to MontieFox 1 pair ious society and occupied as a home for foborera of our country mentally moralume of the currency lie increased of cotton mules for 8240 M F Flkin i jiita We farther demand that all any minister of religion or priest and ly and financially To suppress section- Co bought of Jones Bros a lot ot 125 TIIK SILVER CRAZE AN1 PROTECTION al prejudice and we claim we are pound hogs at cents J C a Montie paper money lie placed on an equality crops grown in the year in which t rn ant is made in the hands of the doing more to unite the North and Fox of Boyte with gold bought of Bobtnetn of ML That we as land owners pledge producer and oil laws exempting or Booth and to remove this prejudice than Garrrard 10 sugar mules at 9110--- J C Mr A I Fatwunar the well-kn-n To re- Â¬ Tucker bought of Kockcastle part ourselves to den and that the govern commuting property foam taxation other any other agency in existence nia uianufai turer is writing ment allow us to hotioa money from than the property above mentioned shall turn to the principles on which the gov- head of extra good mountain cattle at 2 of ar-Provided that household ernment was founded by adhering to the the United States at the same rate of in- le void Silas Anderson solil to John and other iersonal property of doctrine of equal rights and equal chan-- An forson a terest as do the banks pair of mules for 9270 nd to liient like iiM all and special privileges to none G A sjler a lot of yearling li That all mortgages lionds and persons with a family not more iu value heifers and the leered shares of stock should lie assessed at the than two hundred an fiftv dollars shall To make Country life more social and steenat 2 cents -J in mil by i rs whn use in he exempted from taxation Provided less lonelv To assist the weak with the face value A pretty fair crowd attended the sale of ban those 12 That Senators of the United States further that the General Assembly may strength of the strong and to bequeath J F Cash and W M Murphy as adminto uphold prot authorize any incorioratcd city or tow to pouter ity conditions that will enable be elected y vote of the people istrators of John Why that wealthy and powerful class shall Xeal Tuesday and IS That laws regarding the liquor to exempt manufacturing establishments them as prod at era to cope with he good prices were realizes Hogs weighing an I it all banded from municipal taxation for a period not middle men traffic should be so amended as to pre 190 pounds brought 930 sowi hould urge this vent endangering The methods of the Alliance are of the morals of our exceeding five years as an inducement fat hogs feeding cattle SJQ yearMamre is as clear as day bat why the for their location three kinds social business and children and destroying useful iti lings 941 mules 9198 IVinocratir party which bai just year-old gelding 3 The General Assembly sliall cal The social methods are such as 14 That we tavor the passage of the 14 corn in thecribfU6to9Sj97 say jier OB ii tory I cause of its stand provide by law an annual tax which may lie secured by a friendly exchange Conger lard bill 100 pounds 19 to 21 cents in defense of the maaseii against the Two shares la That we lielieve that women have with other resources shall lie sufficient of ideas The business methods depend of First National Bank stink brought 111 classe- s- why the same leader- to defray the- estimated excuses of the on co operation in the county and State the same right as ing for the jle against otiur hold property and their husbands to State Government for each fiscal year to secure the highest price for produce and 10 shares of Somerset Baikin Cos we are in sympathy stock sold at 114 114V and mighty ainanwolhi 1147i with any law that will give our wives Taxes sliall lie levied and collected for raised for sale anil the lowest price an The play into the hands of thin Stanford Hustonville Tirnpike They shall lie commodities purchased sisters and daughters full representation public purposes only The political jxilies at uniform ujn all proiierty within the method are slrictlv non partisan All stock brought 1225 Stanford Journal the polls r Onfom very heavy manuring is prachi That our children should lie edu territorial limits of the authoritv levving parties are represented in its ranks and nage and fot banaat labor and that agricul- the- tax and all taxes shall be levied and all are expected to work in their parties tised old apple trees will bear severe tin Mr larji bar shows ia com tural colleges ahoald lie established in collected by general laws If plenty of manure can be ire a just recognition of the rights pruning The idea that a cheaper dollar spared more wood may lie left without 4 That all property shall every State be aa of the farmer would lienefit the wage earner or fanner for taxation at its fair cash value It is All oaeatfoaa on political economy danger of defeating fruitfulness 17 That we favor a lilx ral system for It is har1 to paaafoaang all survivors of the late war estimated at the price it would bring at a may In- discussed and w hen the order not likely that either policy adopted now wish for a dollar fair voluntary sale and any officer or can agree on a refonn as necessary they will insure fruit next season Jm if the with h- - jiurchasing power than tin THE VANISIIIVt SIKPLIS other person authorized to assess val- demand it of the Government and of buds for blossoms are not alreaih formed has With high taritr prices ues for taxation who shall commit auy every jiolitieal party and if the demand there is no bene for them until after an- Â¬ r by a depreciated The leading article in the Febmary wilful error in the performance of his nheeded they will devise ways and other seasons growth Unt it sometimes iar to buy with Forum is on The Vanishing Surplus duty shall be deemed guilty of misfeas means to inforce it by taking such happens that old and neglected jrchards r man will in a liad wav by Senator Carlisle are unfruitful because they lack vigor to He ojiens his jiaper ance and uisjti conviction thereof shall course as may became aeeamary with the declaration that unless some forfeit his office and be otherwise punbring the blossoms that set to tin matu Very reapeetntUy THK IMTHLKSS HAND OF TIME thing should jnexpectedly happen to ished as may be provided by law rity of ripened fruit In such casc 15 W Hutchinson materially augiient the annual revenues vere pruning turning the vigoi of the 5 The receiving directly or inThe cro ivc jKiwer of time is strongly of the government or materially dimin- directly by any otlic er of tree into one half or one third tl e buds the State or of NEWS PARAGRAPHS marked in contemplating a manson in ish its annual exjienditures it is evident any county city or tow n or will secure a good apple crop the follow- Â¬ member or Baltimore popularly known as GwyunV that there wil be liefore the opening of officer of the General Assembly ing Summer Ex of any Pulaski is the largest county in Kentfwyna was an Irish elitorwho the praantentad campaign a deficit of interest profit or jierquisitea arising from In a bill that Mr Plimsoll the FCnglish tucky containing 870 square miles Gal ity alnut sevetal milliors of dollars in the public the use or loan of public funds in his latin is the smallest with RIO square humanitarian is trying to push through ry IU Meribea this result to the hands or moneys to be raised entury and Parliament he proposes that live cattle through miles ed money extravagant jmhey inaugurated and his agency for State city town or shall not after the first day of January W M Harding Winchester - baaioeas Co die fastened upon the country by the Repurposes shall be deemed a felony 1891 lie landed at any port of tl e Inited built publican part and imiiossible to be re and punished as may be prescribed by dry anode firm assigned to N H With kingdom lro n any ship British Individual assignments of the the literary ar-- pealed or uiotitied for many years with- laM- a part of which punishment shall lie ersiioon or foreign from any port or place west of niemliers of the firm Pev J W Hard- Â¬ for many out the consent of the S nate On the disqualification to hold office ing W M Harding W K Harding and the twelfth parallel of west longitude 1st of July 18c 9 there was an available Sec 6 All property in this State In other words no live cattle in Mr Bar W F Heal- - were also made the cash balance ii the treasury of 149 whether owned by natural jiers PUmaoUl opinion should lie hrjught to assignee being the same in all cases thor who removed the 30th of June 1890 this corj Mirations shall tie taxed in Finland from any point further west projior ill Allen The Perry outlaws must lie tried in than the west oatst of Ireland the historian balance had lieen reduced to 111029107 tfoa to its value unless liiaamli 1 hv He would aorfoa the public debt was 95- - Ibis Constitution KoWrt The interest and all corporate Clark county notwithstanding the special have all baef sent from Canada and the 0 less in 1890 than in 1889 but the property shall jiay the same rate of taxa- prosecutor 01 tne recent case against United States killed and dressed in triK r John Pierpoat John E these author of Airs of Palestine expenses in 180 were increased by laviison tried at Winchester joined the c onntries and transported in refrigerator - tion paid by individual property i Bthor of the national The merest on the public debt Nothing iu this article sliall be ean defense in an attempt to carry the ships Only thus he thinks can the lid Banner baav for the current fiscal year 1891 will be trued to prevent the General Assembly back to Perrv The Court of Appeals so cruelty to man and buaat iu shipping 000 less than in 1890 but the ex- Â¬ from providing for Oak- taxation based on in deciees Thus the taxpayers all over the lire rattle of which he complains be State will continue topul up the cat iuent penditures according the treasury reor franchises wholly prevented y a or and biographer and Ed- - port will show- - an increase of nearly Sec 7 The power of tax shall not lie the amusing conduct of these Near Harrodshurg a child of Wm 1000 mountain gentlemen wan The Secretary of the Treas- surrendered or suspended by any con who chalenged Thomas who lives in the Ierp Creek ury puts the ertimate for pensions for the tract or grant to which the State shall be him for not The bridge jumper Joe fhianll who neighborhood was hitten by the house current fiscal year at 908457461 ward Pa jumped from Tyrone bridge declares that dog Mr Thomas killed but a party the amine of Home Sw Mr Carlisle reaches that hall not assume tiic he will leap from High Fridge when the nothing more was thought of Feale artist is that it will lie entirely safe to say debt of any county municijial eorora water in the Kentucky liver gets high until Sunday when a stallion a 000 more will be re tion or jiolitieal sulxlivision of the State enough picture that at In Russell ha igh experi showed mi of Deatl r Hoffman quired to pay pensions during the presunless such debt shall have been con Â¬ ence in his daring venture in leaping hia and In Oraaoe editor anl author and John Pen- - ent year and that at least 10000000 in tracted to amend itself in time of war to from Tyroi iti ing ci i jack and Ix lure he Ualtimore author addition ill lie required for deficiencies invasion or suppress insurrection foot 1 senses while going down could be killed fatally injured that valut her miscellaneous liecame financiallv purposes thus it of the Common and but an htson his able animal hrc akin his hind ed and his house was sold and increasing tn total es wealth shall not be pledged or loaned to would have been killed It was oyer an legs The the stall on 354- died a poor timate for rjcpnedatarei from any individual company corporate consciousness he was killed were frightful o behold I anocrat man eurhi at ahnt off the The association or municijial subdivi- in at the mouth and it went in mated receipts for the fiscal Nate nor shall the Commonwealth The total production of anthracite paw tht air and pied it of but the Secretary in owner or st iv th it inh M from the amount make a donation to an pulled down ith awe iuul was valued at 300 and T THE CLIMAX The Printing fHANGE OF IXDORSIIMRXT i the estimated receipt from niinellane ous sources at 40000000 although those ts were but 31000000 in 1890 The receipts on sugar and molasses from the end of the last fiscal year to March will be one third less than in 1890 will be lost consequently from this source the present year The revenue from customs which the Secre tary estimates at S2il 000000 is almost certain to fall below 210000000 Owing to the increased price paid for silver bullion since the oassage of the act of Julv H IMft the miscellaneous receipts w ill 000 instead of 40- not OOOjOOt as estimated by the Secretary of the Treasury The actual receipts are 7000 therefore not likely to i 000 instead of 40t000000aceording tothe Treasury estimate The assets and liabilities for the fiscal year ending June 30 1801 are thus stated by Mr Carlisle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ otli--de- - Â¬ E 1 Â¬ 1 12 gt aranteed futurity stake offered by the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Asso I ciition are now laid liefore the public It is the largest guaranteed futurity stake Its conditions fcr trotters yet offered eedingly liberal payments small Plumber This stake is for foals of 1991 the foals of mares that may lie nominated to trot as Gas at the fall meeting s at the fall meeting and as cf IMM the first race to be two in three Any one needing CLOTHING can find a rLe asnorta DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF the second three in five The mares Goods at oar Store at lrhose foals are to start must be nominat- Â¬ ed and any mare having foaled or due to loal in 1S91 is eligible The amount guar- Â¬ CHANDELIERS GLOBES 5000 of this is for the anteed is 925100 race and 20000 or more for race In the the AND race the first colt receives 3000 the AVp shnw hcvnnd ant rmoation of ilmiht tl i i second 1000 the third 500 and the nominator of the dam of the inner 5t0 t ji I n t i i a J icj irc iuuiiu in turouHiuu anct cjuuii winner will receive The 15000 the second 3000 the third 9jt 000 and 1000 to the nominator of the dam of the winner Should the whole BATH TUBS stake for the two races exceed 25000 the excess will go to the winner of the We have all kinds of goods for all kir HYDRANTS race The entrance fees are small and arc- paid in easy payment 199 to nominate March when foals must be named and described and all on which payment of 915 each are 1991 will be eligible made November to start in one or the other of the And all kinds of Mill Supplies and no further payment required till Jan Iliitiibing done in the Latest ModThose intending to of tin IN race pay forfeit ern start in the June 1998 of 50 and owner may nominate as many as he wishes to keep in Each starter pays 100 the evening liefore IN VARIETL the race Those desiring to start in the race name June I 1994 as in the stake and pay for- All Gas Pipes put in according to feit of 100 and those who start must pav the rules of the New Jas Comiie evening before the race In case pany d of walk over in the event the winner will receive tho whole amount paid iu less the amount paid the AN ELEGANT LINK OF and that paid nominators of dams Association National winners rules to govern If mare proves barren or slips or has a dead foal or twins or if either mare or foal dic s before November 1991 her nominator may substitute another mare or foal regardless of ownerAlso a good assortment of IIKAVV WINTER OVER ship There can Ik- - no question that this will prove one of the most popular and will be sold at very low prices If you It is ex attractive takes ever offered 111 Main St below First anything in this line give ceedingly liberal in its terms payments etc and is liable to be very valuable when the three year old event is trotted 0 The lx xington Association and its able Staple Fancy Erccsries t Secretarv are entitled to great credit for the enterprise in presenting to the public the largest and most lilieral trotting stake Qneensware Glassware ever offered iStoel Farm JJRIFFE Sanitary and Fitter fflllHl I three-year-old- three-year-ol- d -- REASONABLE PRICES three-year-ol- d GAS FIXTURES THE CHEAPEST BOYS three-year-o- ld - Cheapest to the Finest SUITS ABUNDANCE 1 two-year-o-ld 1 Â¬ SANITARY STYLE MENS SUITS GREAT three-year-o- ld ld Â¬ three-year-ol- Sacks Frocks and Cutaways -- ITEW GROCERY 1 Â¬ KCJaMuDni SPRING OVERO u ATS -- Â¬ d WE CARRY THE BEST LINE IMIIEItTS dme Â¬ Â¬ State of OhioCity of Tolbdo Licas Colnty J Â¬ Â¬ SS Tinware Hardware - Â¬ makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the Ciy of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ncry case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Catarrh Frank Cheney Woodenware Ac 4c A LAUGH FURNISHINGS to be found in this City AND HA LINE OF We have the Leadim and see lor yourself CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars 1 Â¬ Cure Halls Â¬ - FRANK J CHENEY We Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December We want to buy all your A 1 i8s6 COUNTHY PRODUCE at the A W GLEASON JVot try Public highest market price Bring us SEAL li is Cheap But MM Dp ij Facts i are here to prove what we claim and will and see Â¬ Ki-n- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaceofthe svstem Send for testimonials free CO Toledo O FJCHENEY Sold by Druggists 75c 34 37 your Kgiis Butter Lard Chickens Feathers and the like and buy your Groceries from us COVINGTON Southside Main I MITCHELL near Hotel GlyndorJ WCTODD to BR0 Lai a- Tailors and Clothiers Street Louisville By Â¬ Tobacco Market Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 15 Â¬ Â¬ J ic Â¬ 1 11 Â¬ -- jj Â¬ JJurrelt Louisville leasees Ware House Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3920 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2323 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 12 75S hhds Sales of the crop of 1S9O on our market to date 6359 hhds The offerings of new burley tobacco hae been very large again this week and we are able to leport a very strong and ac tive market throughout the entire week Several hogsheads of extra fine new burlev were sold at prices fiom 2000 to 25 00 per 100 anj one new hogsheads sold as high as 2750 per 100 being the highest price thus far lealized for the new crop The market closed finn The following quotations airly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 to 350 Colory Trash 400 to 3 00 Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 5 00 Colory Lugs Soo to 14 00 Common Leaf 700 to 9 00 Medium to Good Leaf oo to 16 00 Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 Sekvt Wrapper- - Tobacco 25 to 33 00 Cilovtr 4 - - a a r- - lL uT 1 g- S m 1 C m- l 3T - X Ma 4a J THEY HAVE 59 amu COIi feBuBmul Baaaaaaaal 3 CaQ - We have just received the hand SOllllM line of s It I I gs- 3 M aa S- - White Goods Hamburgs JJ I O 3 a - J i i Spring Ginghams EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITWe take pleasure in showing our c Y- 3 II 1 r - gi an Â¬ - Â¬ V aali t H so give us a call before purchasing - F M I I E Â¬ O il jjj td I i S i P 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ whc-tln-- r Â¬ - c Â¬ I I Both the method and results wbe Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasun and refreshing to the taste and act3 S gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taatc and ac I have too mule colts for sale at reasonceptahle to the stomach prompt in able prices H HCOLYER 17- its action and truly beneficial in it effects prepared only from the healthy and agreeable substances it i many excellent qualities commend to all and have made it the mos popular remedy known The three rooms up stairs over the store Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 Benny and 1 bottles by ail leading drui room now occupied bv W B BOGGS E C gists Any reliable dniggi t wh i may not have it on hand will pron ynr thc mndn by Jon B a work for a a lUnJar OodwtaiTroyN cure it promptly for any one who yon anny ni tmakn M mmb bnt wu rsa lanch vonnuKklT hnw to unm AvaiUta wishes to try it Do not accept IV nay at t tiart and naora at ttm go OXB ENJOYO H H ZJ N 7 ss T u CBJJ convince yourselves that the Best Goods for the we can sell Ji Least Mosey f y 3 gj WHITESt W Main 112 ALLENJ opp Court House mule n RICHMOND wm m r SILL PLUMBING Hi Ky Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond w FOR RENT Y Sanitary Hers -- Stem and A Gas b Tubing WE CARRY FULL LISE OF Gas Fixtures off Every Descriptio f euhstitute ay INCLUDING iu any itrt CALIFORNIA SAN LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ FIG SYRUP F8AKCISC0 est CO X joi ir wnfk All Ifc uf - vrrv workrr blood-thirst- SEW YORK K vcrytblMr rK L MINM YA H La KM KKtt nddraua at onra 10 rUHTLAjkll aULa- - now OtuaM pay BCIXtV We Mart ton fbrmluMM KasVIIT SlLLIULT Insmtfl U Chandeliers Brackets Standards Globes Rubber BATU TUBS AND CLOSET Â¬ Â¬ JENKINS GLOBE VALYKSbest made every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP CUFF 8YPBONS AND INSPIR HOT WATKB BOlLf -- Â¬ TO THE MARK ISTot to Split Not to IDlfiaOOlOlri BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Spri W mm Canmanmnal aam fxr vntlf fixtUIT U V Mn work is done br men ho are full stock of th latest assigns Our Mill supplies to fill all demands deiphia -- Â¬ uJ Â¬ v TRADE jut fro1 t man whose frien w ay average of iter March l 1991 and the reu BaVMBthatWiDbabrvl All laws authorizii cd shall have one fourth of the internal tax on manu- - rowir v by and ifteof tht I factored tobacco and snuff He also puts State oonntyo other c liti al subdivis- j 500 fo ELluloid Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING OAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT RICHMOND PLUMBING 33 Plimicks to Richmond WlTlt X X C flril 0 10 per long ton incud- - hat was hitten has been take itions of the gieat 5000 THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET TunDAiiAis iMcroitfiTinu m nnirifrcDiMfi tunaTuiun T rPF VRI A ITBATTBH TttMiAWTrrC ETC AT TBI MMC8 TNiM AN Jfff US8I STBEETS IWH8VIUL KY CATAlMBt MUmJJG fumm imiT tWm8 JtllW f L X o THE CLIMAX Welaesday WMtu reon Felwuary Friday night nav w lte The groundhog TV ent will rtfciin K tin name of tral rYbriary Mr Walker TyuhUTerrill will haw a public sale 14th Mr John Ker dangerooalv sick with jmeiimonia but is llier wreck at switch and m islol ill coal - A anie Pint Iiok have a public Nile February 34th ami remove to Texas sons and builders should read ricks and quart by W I Far article on the Alliance trom i Mr W TV Hutchinson ap ears max here in to le ttoing For Srhwrinfurth The Messiah is coining down from during this session f thi against F M Lwing ex ture tive Mavid Hunter cry of of VTini nty Illinois last week up before lion to a Decatur paper John D Yi intyJadge Thede- TTiis statement was the more surprising irrertothe plaintiffs as Mr Hunter is an exceedingly quiet murrer was sustained rvative man a good Christian and a millionaire fanner Me continued I the father of Mrs mean that humbug Schweifurth who 1 Hid her nutner- he calls heaven about iemls will be triad to hear that the five miles from Rocktord in mv couutv administrator He will have to come down and show his colors and tight for his pretended divine Last Tears Rains anil Snows existence for I am going to introduce a Milton Walker colored who lives down 08 the lacks Creek pike is a man bill in a few days that will if it a law as I fully believe it will wipe his ion lie a meteor- heaven off the face of the earth and n most tenons baring kefs bring his disgraceful pretensions to being tins an snow during last year Me showed us bis Jesus Christ to a sudden enl We had much trouble in preparing thii bill for on Monday and it read as Eol the offences whih this fellow is guilty ot Snows are most difficult to be met bylaw We y 2 is have had the benefit of the New York February 314 law that wa- crush the Oneida March 10 7 April communitv and we have consulted 1 -1- 4 May -- 12 eral Chicago hwyera in met the bill in June is Chicago and it July will ruin Mr Schweutfurths boa-t iImt id r -- 12 January 20 lSM Ifmnrred Oot of Court The r- - 1 1 In the rase in Judge Bit of k Turnpike On turned a verdict in Total Soutbern 7 7 it UIHi lomil a tortoise and r 1 ials of v t Henry Fink the He tliink At a winter is broke- - regular meeting of the Fai Mill a vote of thank ary Webber 11 Carrol them a building site fur their train out Sunday morning on the truck a landslide on returned The ohstrm timi red in time fur the Monday -- Virginia i rail way vestcrlav issued a circular an nouni pointments on Ik arith lieadjuar- aJ Cincinnati to take effect Febru- Â¬ General Manager neral and Ticket Agent vice 15 W Wren v Lafayette Di li Freight Ag lie Ky A civil engineers are work walloped the two ing at t c crossing f the C S and L S railroads around so that the beadqoa teia in this city and it is sail that an ar ot tin K C are in Louisville and ii be completed by of the Southern in Cincinnati -- the re which the Cincinnati Southern passenÂ¬ hat they a ger train- - will leave from the down iciMt of its Louisville road having lien Join M Painter the Mem Sate for Senator Ironi Illinois made long been handicapped on account of Mt Son in this county in the remote location of its present pa ger stal Jan 25 m favor of the late Hon W Itallew in his race against Use late A onipliuieut Iwleil Hon A J Mershoii for the I tidal II 1 A recent issue of the Breeders lazette published in Chicago and the foremost Harris has filled his ice In us r in the Inited Status pre- Ear as we have held is the a douli rl anatc graving of tritle thin isburn Col T s Moberleya fa-r from a friend on the Susuchana w ho has gather pric n inning bull It cost the paper S275 to prepare the picture for thick it is cool it it is tl in n to and Mr John M Richmond mpliment Ky was called to our city on Tue day owner as the animal Young Ab r J L Wilds for the purpose f re- urn is imported and is by Al i sub mucous fibroid tumor burn m by had brca threatening the life of Ben V racing back through r W - pal ienai lor some time a long line of illustrious sires used by cd hemorrhages We are glad the i aickshank the operation was skillful Young nd won Abbottsburn v fully perforated Mr T it diploma for best bull any tliem in the operation for best bull on the ground at Union Show held at Paisley The Old Niks CorrTt nt 1886 diploma at the North Biding p church was crowded of Bruce Show 1887 first prize diploiht The concert was a de- - ma and sweepstakes at North Riding Show of Bruce and Xortbam Exhibition everybody was pl t The supper at Walkerton 1888 and headed winning as sujH rb herd at same shows In 1890 iirst in class and grand swecpst 174 Ky nd Lansing Michigan Uraimals Columbus i Indianapolis Ind and Mr Mack 1leljs and wife have re- he picture of this splen the old Samuel Phelps h Hue did anii lal can lie seen at Tin Climax Sortli of Richmond office Mr A Black has removed from S A iiiiiiarisiu ul Kiiui well cut pure base the where in iu x is pre w n for your edification a list of the Mr Sam A Phelps has returned from oiinty for the uri and rented the Billy Fox farm taxwho pay taxes on S101 year Is TV more There are HL of them and the standard Time total amount upon which they pay is average o 30754 growing popular deiaand We published a similar H t in 1882 to thflt list we find and by j to travel bj bcr There there were only 153 but their total prop an average of 24- erty 148 The total then iint Danville keep op with than now and the average was It that thing ovoi iter than now This - from the facts that there becoming a differ are nine more in the li t now than then gest tax payers then and that tl Willi a Wooden Lrgrd Niatan DsfSJi Duncan and Tribble living Wind Dave the iddler who aw Their combined taxa have an public lu ble w and woman from Lincoln other large tax payers have also paased moved to ittered and tlieil vilk- and made a living by selling Iile jropcrtv of the coun Tie She got si k and was sent to the work ty has increased more than 1000 intirmiory last week wherenpoi 800 in that time ran away with a woman who Of the lit heavy tax payera of 1882 24 eful wooden leg have died Id have made assignments Dave and a hundred ears and ti have removed from the county from now will make no difference or a total ol 40 that have disappeared Now that the list of 1801 from the liM Fatorally Kenortrd than that of 1882 it is demoii The House Judiciary Commit that 4J new members have enter parted favorably on Saturday the bill to In searching the An Itichrjond ourt in il was provoking to find The bill divii inber who fell only a fewsuch tern and Western Tin line hundred dollars short of 10000 But nty on the Ohio with well get cm next tn Ni and takes Fleming Paroled at Kichniond ky Madison Garrard Bourbon Clark Boyle and Marioi One of these queer meetings between Wayne on the Tennessee Hue Courts men who fought each oilier thirty years lathed at Richmond eurred in the House the other day burg and Karhourville t j be held twice Old lien Shirt collar Spinola was trying r Richmond in May and October ettysburg bill His jroji- by thorn win ri r bonds nsidered The wanted Burnetii We note that all iving a hard time He tiuMercer conn couldnt bold down his fellow Democrats the Louisville Southern Railway has lie of Indiana crossed over to the been sued by the Company to mooth the way Mr liance with the The iin t objoctor whom Cbeadle tried to surrender 4 pirt with was Davidson of Florida aiming that the company But while Spin lighting his bat implied with its contract The tle Cbeadle and Davidson dropped into a oint are not stated but we conversation about their war experii always understood that a lie had just ben telling Davidson ntract required the company to much iutred in Gettvs build thrtiwin the county to the ED was all rard line This is what int right when Ma - sustained it will greatly if Ml ur fighting Where did strengthen our chances for the extension I was In the West said C I the road via l ancaster loan atv tirst In- oint in the mount I i I 1 1 Â¬ -Â¬ i i -1 i --i red boy robbed bis Rowland of 10 in watch one night hist B Woodward Trafflc Manager C II Davis Controller M For II II Tatein A 11 lord resigned i B Nicholsoi Nealy Pure vice II V Hirr Ryan General vice W Miller rrig hot I rot cold So he repaired to the to get a drink to warm him Dp e dinner although it was the 4th of July At the dinner on the grounds a Captain from the North took him by the arm and asked him to go with him home l11 be free as the great man whom they were that day honoring said all men should be free But lres preferred in in Kentucky with his wife When the war cloud of 61 oerspread the country the Home Guards respon ed to the martial music of lres and da w the raw recruits practice Buur aeu measured steps to his drum taps In 1882 Pres with his drum was taken before Major Printup Provost Marshal n1 Krlv Smith But when Pres ln11 to1 the history of the two the Major bade him go home This kind ss forgotten as the reader will discover farther along in this sketch On the 8th 08 June lres repaired to Camp Kelson where under the thrill - 1bs of that veteran drum the 114th colored infantry was mustered in under maud of Col M Sedgwick Pres wee made drum major with a detail of The regiment drilled at - mueioians Burnside and was sent to the Just before the Army of the Potomac fall of Iiichmond a hundred regl in review before General Grant f war and other distiu- SecreUiry Mr Wellington Miller Foreman1 v P ns- was offered of the Grand Jury of this place u drilled and most accom- letter of December 12 to f r The rize was r which I will do to the beet of my pHehed drum major won by lres Gordon and hewasnum- ability Chargea were made acainst Schwein- - moned to the front and received from furth and his followers of general im the hands of ieneral Grant a handsome morality and the members of his flock gold headed baton The 114th regiment was at Petersburg were summoned before the grand jury to investigate their place and mode of living when the war closed and was transfer red by steamer touching at Cuba and From all the investigation made thing was brought forth that would justify other West Indian points to Brownsthe jury in finding an indictment unless ville Texas on the let Grande oppo it was that fact that a child was born to site Mata moras Mere Pres witn an unmarried member f his flock but two engagements across the river be tween the French under Maximillian she swearing positively that it was The of the Holy Whost and exbooor and the Mexicans under Cortina ating S hwcidfurth from all connection latter sent an invitation over to the 114th with the affair therefore the jury made to joiu him but of course Uncle Sams a reiMrt stating that from all the evi boys had to sav no Soon after tlier arrival on the Rio dence taken nothing of an immoral nawas found and stated that their be Grande some Confederate soldiers trying ture pe into Mexico were captured and emed to be sincere though erratic lit into camp Among them was and they were discharged No miracles have been performed by Major Printup tired worn and ra recognised him and with 7 Sch wein furth though he claims power to do so I believe He officiated at the cents the only money he hadboiightJand funeral of a child of one of his dupes and prepared the Major a good dinner Two years later the regiment crossed said he had power to restore it to life but a its life had been taked by His fathers the gulf to New Orleans and came by will it Would lie unwise to bring it back steamer to Louisville where it was musBut the comrades to life He pretends to believe the Ilolv tered out of service Chost racket in regard totbechild born of Pres presented him with a 55 kettle but as the mother will not squeal noth drum as a token of their regard This drum ing can be done If I can give you any was carried in bis funeral procession on further facts about the man and his career last Tuesday bv the Grand Army of the Republic It was an oversight that the I shall be pleased tod He has a larire house on a farm about baton was not also carried seven miles from Rockford and about ToM IIM1K1S thirty or forty followers who pool their Since writing the above we find IMavy Tax Payers- - The appenJe1 list taken from the As- ks is not intended to indicate the wealthiest men but as suggested by the largest tax p the headlin Men whose names do not appear in the list are richi r than some of those who are mentioiu d but their property is out of the count or In partnership or in Ik HORSE NOTES Yaaoo 2271 property Co Silver Creek is Combination Brasfield Monday He should be ison county par of T Burnani entered in the Sale for next bought by MadÂ¬ Â¬ Bargain Coantrr The Bargain Store at C C Wallaces is in full blast lie sold ten pairs of shoes off it to one man on Monday Boots shoes hats gloves galmfes and many other things on the Bargain Counter it Did Yta See the editor of The Climax with spade in hand turning the sod in his new If the bean vines do not misgarden take him for a pole and cramp his efforts he will have the finest garden in town He has contracted with the Richmond Plumbing Co to put in a hydrant with You should hose for watering his garden do likewise for then you can raise vegetables rain or no rain COMMISSIONERS KENTUCKY CENTRAL HI Era nds or bankstoek UICHMOND PBECINCT J Wm Win Adams Arnold James Bennett James A Ballard- - J S Mrs Elisabeth Bennett T C Bronetoa Mrs T C Bronston W R Boggs C F Bitrnari T s Bronstoo D M Bright A li Buruai A lsb K Broa id us Boggs Baldwin Wm Ben net John Bennett C M Chenailt J M T K BurnainC DChenault- - 1it Investment Co John W Crooke R Br T A S M Collins 1 J Clay and wife J Collim Win L Crutcher Silas T Cobl A T Chenault Anderson CI enault II B Dillingham Andy McCords Adm P Heather age ae Motv Mr F J Mickcrson Dr li W Evans W Tiibbles Heirs Chenailt Mr Bonner since issuing his last catalogue has added Stinol 2 l the fastest mare with the exception of Maud S ever foaled and many think she will yetequai 12120 or beat Maud Ss record 208j the stalReverie Ansel lion record 220 20840 yearling mental 236 by Alcazar Alfred S record 2161 and a number of others 25060 Mr Bonner to correct many erroneous 26550 13380 statements in regard to the price paid for 13780 Sunol says he gave 941000 for her just 411210 1000 more than he paid for Maud B 10650 Ashland is celebrated not alone as the 11140 10100 home of Henry Clay the Sage of Ash10000 land but as one of the leading stx k 14700 farmers in Central Kentucky Mr Clay 11400 25410 was a breeder of tine cattle and thorough 22860 bred horses anl hie aona Thorn aa Henry 2Ki0 James and John M Clay were breeders 25620 of fine horses It was to Ashland that 30000 11300 Mr James Clay brought MamtrinoCliici 12730 when he came to Kentucky and while 81650 located there sired Lady Thorn Ashland 10000 Chief Ashland Boh Hidlake Brignoli 67280 11340 Kentucky Chief Pecks Idol Mambrino lli40 Pilot Mambrunello Bay Henry and tbe 14210 dams of Administrator Allic West Al16790 pha Iona Mainty Mattie Graham Ilia 21660 40320 Clay Belmont Hambletonian 1044 Lu 17020 cas Brodhead Bicara Hambrino and 13216 many others Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SALE OF BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ rth tral Kentucky East West and South weat FAST LINE BETWEEN Â¬ Lexington BOCTH ra No J Cincinnati 16th Sraeaale m tffert is v ISM City Property Ive lion 800pm f f p m m Richmond Plumuixg Co Plumberi to Water Liht Co Next to Garnett House it J saopa 226 p m 350 pn pas mi 630 p m 15 - The total amount disbursed by the T E Shun HrsA c ITtlR State of Kentucky for common schools in against Notice of Sale In Equity lsiil was Sl70000i i in addition to the Milo Shan Defendants INMMO which the Son Arr Leafs Arr Arr Bera Arr NORTH-BOCNI jo pm lv 111420 fox Broa 12020 12510 10000 14 HW li P Fox Si C N R J W S i While and wife Fitzpatrik lift Â¬ Â¬ John Farley J K Gentry Mrs Ellen Gibson Â¬ James John Mr M Mrs Livia Gregory M Gibson Mrs i M Funic M Maris C J P Hemdon J W Herndn Miss Lou Mavid W A Ibath Hart 14450 30450 12000 16550 17520 18650 28150 11610 34770 110000 12180 124ro 13100 18560 41620 37820 241 30 Â¬ Wm M Irvine 1 Shelby Irvine N Jones Sr Mrs Ann M Letcher W B Letcher A Irvine lSin 29200 18300 70410 11010 19010 10010 49820 11500 13580 10530 17400 13650 70ll By virtue ot a Judgment and The Greatest Thios in the World Order ot of the MADISON Prof Drummonds famous address on Lve Love the Supreme Gift sometimes COMMON PLEAS COURT ren in the World called The Greatest Thing iH which has had a ale at dered at he J A N DA U V 3 cents a copy and has undoubtedly done thereof 1891 in the above styled a gicat deal of good is row mblihed by Alden unabridged in large Pica type for cause the undersigned will on irculateby h oug three cents the million The same publisher Drummonds Natural Law in the Spiritin large t half ual World seal binding for jj The Central Illinois Trotting Circuit of- - io cents These are two item characteristic of the 132 page Catalogue which is60 ill purs s and stakes I NOR over its tracks Their is sent free on request by the publisher trotted for in Mon meetings will be held at Bloinington John B Alden 393 Pearl Street New 1891 about the hour of 11 Peo7 t 10 4 Decatur July July to York it the premises in Richmond Madison r ria July 14 to 17 Entries to stakes Good front and back rooms on Miin County Kent tickv proceed to ex March 2 189L They give I slooo guarstreet suitable for young men Cheap J anteed stake for 240 clase 81000 guaran Apply at Climax office to PUBLIC SALE to the 33- teed for 22ti class Si duo guaranteed for highest biiler the following detrotters foals 250 class for Ir you want to buy a Sulky Surrey d fat Buggy or Carriage call on DoncUon for scribe property viz The if IBM nOOgaaiailtoul he has the latest best and cheapest trotters foals of iran teed for pacers three years old or under Strayed trotfor 300 guaranteed From my residence on North street a foal of lss7 sotl guaranteed ters setter bitch puma will be announced black and tan Gordon re- Â¬ for class events Horsemen will do Answers to the name of Clio Please later turn and receive reward well to read the announcement of the M N DauGGAae Central Illinois Circuit carefully Owned by T K Shanks at the Water A Light 33- - 8Je tx im m I - r 1 Tl 1 SaturdayFeb14 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ ld three-year-ol- 5- ioox-year-o- mm i Lulls lime of his death Ky in Blacks estate S Moherlev Mrs Sallie A Miller 00RKE8P0NDKNCE COLLEOE HILL OwenMcKee Myers A arse Â¬ J B McCrearv Mrs Mary J McClintock John W Parrish James I Parkea M A Phelps Mrs Cinda M Parrish Thomas Phelps J II Powell Farmers have commenced breaking Fur Ibiit Storehouse and rooms on Main Street opposite Hotel Glvndon 3- Richmond rrtves Iirst divided into Thi their sod land T J McKinney opened up the third week of his school with over fifty tupils in earnings and believe Schweinfurth Un real Christ They are said by their neighbors to be remarkably straightforward and honest in their dealings gener ous and kind and slow to wrath in fact take any and all abuse without r Schweinfurth drives a fine span ni nt of bays and a dandy carriage and spends money very freely Would like to sec a copy of your Yours Ciimav N rri CoLSY Ed News Has Kestondrd to the Eternal Leaf Roll Pres Gordon also known as lres Harris the noted colored drummer died in Richmond on Tuesday Januaged 71 years His was a ary 27th 18 career that seldom foils to any unlettered and p r man especially if he be Â¬ Â¬ a boy he had a mania for bat tin pans buckets barrels and In fact his old master similar objects be u ed to say had to nearly beat his his head to keep him from brains out beating the heads out of the barrels Finally he secured a drum and it was not long before his remarkably fine perÂ¬ formances attracted public attention On the first Saturday in April lSLl he beat at a company muster for apt Xa Foxtown That was tin For live or six years first public effort ntinucd to beat for company when in 1834 he performed for a battalion muster at Foxtown lor Col Man White the successor of Col afterwards General John Miller who killed in tin battle of Richmond in 1882 Pres then vent to Garrard county and at Battalion musters for Col John Leavefl and Col Dangherty Thence to Lincoln lot Col Bailey and to Kstill for Col John Biddell The late General Jefferson Williams of this place was then Major General of militia for the four counties just mentioned Pres was also drummer for Col William Harris of the 35th regiment with For eigh uartera at Waco years lres beat for the various regimental and Battalion muaterO War with Mexico was now inevitable ami Pres secured another and better drum - one made in the county during the war of 1812 When volunteers were mounted a day was set Pies appeared on the streets of Richmond and with that veteran drum that called the patri- duty nearly forty veais sounded the long roll and Cassius M Clay was first to respond followed by apt Jam s stone and others w ho lid gallant service in Mexico Pres then went to Irvine aiM escorted the volunteers under Capt Chiles to exington tljt n to Garrard Lincoln and Boyle and beat for Men Speed S Fry But Pres could not go to Mexico without the con sent of his master Jack II remained at home to see him carried away by the cholera in If For all Masonic irummer and a corner stone could not be laid or an anniversary celebrated that Pres and his drum were not there until the Introduction of brass bands He wis at the laying of the corner stone of the Methodist church in 1S41 the Court House in 184 and Madison Fe male Institute in 1898 Gen John -Smith Judge Maniel Brack Col Win Holloway and Judge Ed W Turner all of Richmond were Grand Masters of the Mason Crand Lodge of Ken and they never forgot to employ Pres Gordon He was at Manchester with wi Capt James Stone D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Id When F W Powell W W Pigg T Ramsey Richmond Hotel Co Bice x Colyer that Shackelford Tom Harris a brother of Pres accompa Smith nied him in all his travels except to JSpeed Smith Mr Manchester Tom lies on Irvine street S II A Wilkes Smith Stone is 7 years old He was bass drum W B Smith and DH i and brought home from the war N P Terrill the bass drum he had used so many Steve W Turner TurleyA Walker years but it was burned in Presa h Man Si Terrill ago when the Potts mill Alex Tribbles estate seven years Tom J P Tribble and planing mill were burned W T Tevis savs that when Pres became drum-m- a jor be disposed ol the little drum that J Stone Walker Mary Jam- Walker was made in 1n1l The drum presented R li Terrill him by the regiment is to be deposited Mrs Nancy Walker in the lodge of the focal G A 11 The Wm Willis W W Watts baton is in possession of Press widow at roxTows IKKl IXLT 228 Irvine street and we suggest that Alexander Black Berea College purchase it Samuel Black Tom Harris is in good health for a Bennett brother and sister man of his age but says he can not han- Calvin Buigin Me ays the tilers W 11 Chenault dle a drumstick now I jssius M lay for him and Pres before the war were Aura Clay Morgan Heed who lived Chap Mrs Mary J Clav el this county and Chip Stepix Mrs Mary B Clay blind white man lntli long since dead Mrs Annie Clay Crenshaw Joel J Knibrv T C Hackctt lEHSONAL Stephen Langfonl tireen B Million awson I lldliam Hon J D Winn of Irvine was hereon Monday and renewed bis subscription to Mrs Nancy Jones s B4 M APhelps The Cum w John l Simpson MrsMr Pet t us and laughter of Crab lames W Smith tin hard are visiting Mrs P P Ballard Cash Taylor cnion raaCIXCT who is seriously ill Â¬ attendance Herbert Lewis and Fred Grinstead two 14860 dashing oung men of our ill le village 10620 20330 have been visiting at Versailles for some time Residenee for Kent On Main street opposite Second Pres Â¬ byterian Church rew frame house with six rooms cellar cistern yard etc MRS SALLIE OWENS 29 Marian By day or week girls preferred 3335- or Parcels as shown Ly report ot Commissioner tiled herein January IS 1891 and then the ira whole reserving the riuli cept the bids prodncing the money ter f families and 6chool IT TJ - - 10280 20000 15330 17270 28470 10080 10170 51900 21020 15630 11150 52480 16360 103210 2S790 11050 13570 14510 12250 16050 10550 20530 10180 10580 15650 10500 10550 25490 14KH1 The I O G T Lodge of this place is making preparations to build a nice hall they expect to have it ready for use the first of April The supper givin by the ladies of the M E Church South for the benefit of the parsonage was largely attended Net proceeds of the night 30 College Hill has something new in the way of a newspaper It is called the College Hill Clipper It is published every Wednesday evening and read by the editor at the I O G T Lodge every Thursday Below we give you a few items night that appeared in last weeks issue of the Mr John Combs says the eleClipper phant has been known to live 1900 yenra The school awarded him a chro mo J II Edwards came rushing up the street a lew days ago with his mustache in his mouth and nose and a young ladv was heard to remark Hi he looks as though he had swallowed a mule and P S They lefts its tail sticking out never speak as tliey pass oy Charley Brock came rushing into the book store yesterday morning and wanted to know if we had a book called Daniel Webster in a Bridge The Young Men Debating Society is the most comic entertainment we ever had especially their court of comic laws is every laughable At present they have arranged before the court the following cases Charley Tribble for II flirting with the girls Ld Griggs J Edwards and Willie Tribble for not marrying Every body invited to attend every Friday night Â¬ Mrs W F Fran Littles BarVr Shop KemoviMl George T Little has removed his barber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by San lers cigar lie lows ond door from ILrndons corner invites his old patrons and the public genpromptly Customers erally to call waited upon Everything clean and tirst i J class and the best of work done row tag When Mr S L Midkiff came to Richmond a few yetrs ago he opened a small shop and did all the work hiimeT with By careful attenti time to spare business and the execution of the best work his patronage extended until two assistants could not keep up with the deMr Midkiff then built a three mands story shop of wide proportions and cm Any arplots half a dozen workmen ticle in wood or iron done in city style and at low rates V LOT NO 1 W - any fol- Â¬ U K Ill N Beginning al the corner of I the fence corner to lands of t in the Burnam and Jerry Towel city of Richmond Ky tl with Bunuuna line 8011th tjlii feel to the center ol the 4 mile dirt road thence with said dirt road North Ieet to a stake comer to the 11 Lot No 2 thence North 47 j V line of Jerry Powell thence with Powell South Louisville Usm 1 1 Â¬ Short Line to the North and Northwest Â¬ -- I 25140 15270 12400 10700 20140 25700 22170 11500 14500 10000 18800 20880 16070 17560 16810 13270 17530 paauag Madam Scott tells tile mysteries of the past present and future Consnlt Madam Scott at Homer Baxters Main srteet j6-corner Collins 100001 to I ail fioo ooo to loan on real estate in Madi Add son county at 4 percent L B OsBORNK Winchester Ky 31 3 Ihniuis for Kent LOT NO 2 is at a point in center of -- 4 Campbellsville ac David Chenault is visiting her Harry Crawford companied by U PMcOord mother Mrs Mattie White Mr K J Mavis of Â¬ RC Boggs Mrs Bruce Swinney of Aci Â¬ KII1STON lKKCIXCT county attended the funeral of her brother 11 i Baxter yesterday Mr A Me Long and wife of Lexington came over last week on a isit to Presi dent and Mrs B C Magerman of the M LucienT Onaga Algin S llisle C I Robert II Covington Searcy YATES FBXCIKCT 11 s 10280 12470 11660 4N0o 21260 13250 14050 11770 86160 1245J 32430 10500 17900 15080 15050 18610 81110 28070 18610 4 V210 30HOO DIED Homer G Baxter died in Richmond on Sunday night February 1st 1801 after a lingering illness aged M years Buried in Richmond cemetery Tuesday Rev Mr Vaught preached the funeral At her home in Platte City Mo January 20th Annie L wife of John lilliug Mrs Dillingham formerly lived in liam this city and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs F M Oldham She was married in 1S70 She leaves a husliand and six children live boys and one girl ML SUrlimj tiizettt Buck Beatley died in Madison county Ky on Saturday January 31st 1801 aged alsuit 88 years Burial near his old home on Calloways oeek Sunday Bar A Vaught of the Methodist church J preached the funeral His wife died fifteen or twenty years ago and was buried apart from all others according to her re-Â¬ quest and her wish that the lot be not inclosed by a fence has been regarded Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Four nice rooms for rent in McKec building over W A Powells clothing house corner Main and F Suitable lor offices or bed rooms MRS E BCROIN to Apply 31- - Â¬ Wm JoelWGibbs F I Mrs Sallie A tiibl Mr F M Collins of Station Camp Ksge VV Park till county was in Richmond Monday lrown Lee Yates illK IRElIXCT and it being groundhog day he subscribe Mrs K L Brack for The Climax Cochran estate Tbe entertainment given by Mr and John D Coodloe Mrs Albert Sidney Nolan the Jonathan Charles Lester Whitfield Moody Sr P Kstill place near Richmond a Between eighty John C Miller most delightful affair M M Miller and ninety persons were present ge White 1 Bamett W P Baxter painter and paper hanger docs the best work See him and get a good job 2y KinuVrgarten Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils in Kindergarten basement of Christian Church on and after Monday January She has ju t completed a fec 5th iSqo ial course in a Cincinnati training school 2S- 1 mile road corner to thence with said road North 2 to a point in center of road thence North 47 i West 710 rry Poll Ieet to a stalline thence with his line South S4 West 115 feet to a stake the thence South 47 W beginning containing in cluding the Residence a New Frame Hon 1 FOR SALE SYY to 10 JJ cms new Ttt Tau - LOT NO 3 Beginning n rate or as a whol on Walnut Street 5OX1C0 tcet each Til BVILDINI Powells ad le above i J White 1 THIN COLUMN M ivSn K1KKSV1L lK PRECINCT Donelson has a quantity ot new Sulhe newest kies Surries and I and most popular pattern and at very reasonable figures 5- center of 4 mile tSf James C Adams Editor Thiti Column Thompson s Bvmaaa Â¬ Last slimmer at a speaking I overII J Bennett Eil II Ballard heard the following dialog A A John W Ballard Voter Do you apeak extemporaneous N B Coy T Â¬ Arbuckle 14400 15530 ly Candidate I speak from np I thought so thats the same speech you howled here befoie Well my iood sir sine- my sentimentline why not lie ex ed in the same words Didnt you get leat liefore nor turnips either I mean didnt you get defeated Dont you see Ive got two feet all I ever had I wish you had some Mow Ive got plenty cents to make dollars Why dont you use them then T 1 did heres what they buy is this Produces a bottl what you want Pretty Drinks Ill vote for you Adiew Whheim good dew a well worn saving that talk Is cheap but that talk we are getting at Frankfort is rather expensive AfcAolai - T J Curtis Mrs Sallie K Field Wm C Fish W S Humect Co Mrs Samiralbickaiav Mrs Jennie Moran Ac hrisman 247ii 16250 Vas WimowsSTHlu Smrr baa bren aar1 for their rer flrty years by mil II 4 jf mlhr with iwrfect tucceaa It children wbUa twlbln aootbes the child aoftemtli- - puma allays all pain cures wind e ae and la the beat remedy for Diar rhoea It will relieve he poor little suftVrer Im mediately Sold by Omsraua In every part of the ari world ecenuaboaaarBaaareandaakfor Wlnalowa Soothlittt Syrup and take noother kind Fr Over Fifty earn fr 10no 14250 30490 45650 12750 15360 21250 17500 RELIGIOUS Thc Washington Ioet makes a column notice of Rev J recti Clay Smiths first sermon in the church to which be has just accepted a call The IU Rev Thomas V Dudley Bish- Â¬ op of Kentucky will visit Christs church in Richmond on Sunday March 1st that day being the rd Sunday iu Lent Rev W 0 I jooilloe formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church at this place but for the past few years in charge of the church of that denomination at Seymour Ind has lieen called to and has accepted the pastorate of the lreshytiri au church at Harrodsbtirg this State Â¬ W P Baxter does nut do your job for half price but does you a good job for a reasonable price See him if you are going to have any done John W faupiu John Powers Ben L Price Sam P Rom David J Simmons Spainhower estate Joe P Siininons -- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB CIRCUIT CllKT CLERK llpio Warwick Co D I Willis aatata 16130 20430 10400 11100 rRECIXCT S H THORPE JR Is a candidate fur Clerk ol the Madison Circuit rxrt subject Si- to the action ot the DeiUDCrntl- party B O POAEII of Speedwell Is a for lircult Court Clerk of afawMM county subject to the action of lle eratlc party I John P Lon- - iv manner NEW ADVERTISEMENTS road a con r to House Lot N thence with line of same North 47i West 710 feet to stake on J Powells line thence with HAVE MDVED MY line North 33J E stake corner to iis Works lot reet thence North 31 East 198 feet to to mv new bo doing the where y ke on of R N I best of work more apidljr than eve fore ft H Ry thence with same South Will be pleased la see all ray o md manv new ones K Mast 427 feet Io a stlke on SW Remcrnbtr y thence with Street bet Ryi iiilKIrF e curve S39 feet latter on to stake in center ol - Lmile thence with road South containing 215 feet to beginning REMOVAL I Blacksmith Shop right-of-wa- I right-of-wa- - 4- IL-isi-MS-TA- IN 11 9 1 X X at the same time and HABBsTR Fropr MILLION J Bnrraa Kinnard A Co Euibrv A Harris c lono 12000 LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Otfice at Richmond Ky week ending Feb 4 Mason Thomas col Blue Cherry Mrs Braxton Geo W pin Mary Mrs er John Brarhel Jacob Cample Vina Mrs McKee Geo McKinney Kate Chenault Will Chenaul Lina Mrs Patrick Eliza Mrs Randel A Mrs Cenault Billie Dunson Robert Rhodus Jas Sanford Charley Eliser Sarah Mrs Todd Jennie Mrs Faulkner Thos Upton B I Fife Lizzie Fox Mark Vanmeter Candvs Willis Tom Foster Elza White Francis Mrs Graham II Wiliison Lillie col Henderson James Hutchinson Almand White Nannie Jefferson Willis col Younger C L Young Mattie Miss Lee Henry Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a rn to ft o m I B I will also 140110 place Miniuiilcntedl tirimuilliog liar And A d for kill i I But of n the antebellum tsiuridrnre with the corner stone of Henry Clays mon tigton lien Greea ant and M D it march Pres It Liana and Miss Jessie Williams of Wiu- W W Mass tough past week Tl i tut ia It l lilt iu until ti id nl m IJ 1- 1Mr t i I 111 suddenly incrcasiue inl 1 The groundhog prophecy is probably opoa the tradition concerning Candlemas which also falls uoii Feb li la the habit of 2 Thlay in honor ot burnintr candl if the a mother of - turned the praeti tiau festival the least of tbe purification of the Virgin Mary In founded S Freight incrchiint of our city was talking to us a few days ago complaining of the point To show heavy freight rat by reason of how we are has baring no competing lim of road he gave Freight on articles in ae these facta ray line from Louisville to Mt Sterling is r4 cents Freight on the same artices lxuisville to Winchester l7 on the same from Louisville to Richmond This shows how much we need a competing line of road and gives just a faint idea of how much such A Lancatter li- r Welro t Europe thled h dlemas is sii names and admin- your who us duty to escort al mainder of tbe winter The to their head- itintr iiiilitRry If CanHenas is lair and of it said Chcadle qoarten upon arrival The prrx i to think b s the would save us Ht Sterling tsk Lixi in tyjie news Cvn- - llli- MM of the marriage a has r sure four- - of ti Therell Mr Wn an at the iihuid the U the ith druiii- In England it is said air and bright fortunate man ami Winter will fai a ipare this with the ixpular theo-- Entitled te the Best All are entitled to the best that their so every family should money will bu at once a bottle of the best family ly Syrup of Figs to cleanse the systim when costive or bilious For sale in 50c and 100 bottles by all leading druggists 1rewitt one of the most prominent producers of tobacco in Clark county fell through an elevator shaft anl was killed Tuesday while attending the opening of the new Tolmeco Growers Warehouse in Louisville The elevator shaft was out of order and the platform was at the Isttom of the in the cellar A rail had been fastened around the shaft and Mr 1rewitt was standing against it There was a large and as they surged by him the rail broke and he was prccipi- into the cellar He fell nin and struck the top of the abaft fractur ing his skull His son saw the accident eat when his father died and Mr Irewitt was 51 years old and s a wife two sons and o daughter lie of Henry Nelson the hemp merchant in Le W Â¬ Â¬ Mr J RENT OUT at public auction the same property for the yearll the benefit of the rent to io to the pur r in the manner to be announced at the time Â¬ Â¬ All kinds of Coa and Lumber at the eral patronage lowest ma guested The of the street be yards are located on tween that street arte the K C Railroad READ We have closed Goods Si affair mU1 THIS immediate id up CROOKE BENN Steam e will be made on a credit of WILLIS p m Mer for Sale to lito d 3 Stone Uucns The Court of Claims was in session and crowbsrs stone drills I have for sale two well equipped Der ricks no bettf The twelve months class Thra her purchaser will be required to give power traction Engisc bond with good security for the Separator Term ar payment of th purchase money bearing legal interest from the day six and ItsSafatH Henry V tiie Court house - uiri- Friday wire gures o fee MONEY L FARLEY Richmond Ky i Dont coder Record 34- li on or S E SCOTT ihiaua bridesmaids Jt little drum till I WlLUfiLM t to bear him P WHEN 1 THE TEA KETTLE HUMS y of the ilvrr od aiare la the iros tops sad name ta the Of Vaejr Bit tin j white flineN wits snsw anfl eases sad the flatter sow here and bow Or w awl Bajfeft th- - As Ugbt a toe rapor tost float is tbe mora M days wea tbe odor of apples s op and don taw great orchard ex passe sawn the Tbe tangled preen waves - west wind Is ffasbt i and saspsst of er SMBS awl fir kj d aad lonelr the frail hanesvapidar tm off throajb tbe corn field wit tlmor- a Jays of tbe frosty white ail oa tbe Imsulisvay that gladden tbe Anttunn Wbe O at the chimney aknaa ran muffled laTwlarape and fop hidden Wawa tbe estd atbagtag atuistara the window U b Tbe picture Inside U by eontrast Bore fair r Is purring kef cosily down In tbe old rocking chair wintry crisp edges So June In her splen- 1 p and gray In tbe I Isswsa II huthat are wind lulled and starry Ins In Owl Iloasekplng J ESSK BELLS NERVE A Hard Fight and Long Journey to a Doctor JT ftw that Jesse Hell of Wind river is dead said Lorimer of the Helen ning p a n y the nerw-man that an hunted In Â¬ dians in the 1 new spapers IT IS true as read it in the m ire id killed bears Vvir i ming or any Is is The fir t ever saw 11 he hun- - apper neck gone foot right arm - iken be- - - and a rse creek on the hail It days and a j A Fort Hridger when Jesse was partner Arkansas ranger I was No r or given in the hos-tba commandant said to I story of one of that any id fierce ntera had had betU utr about t and for s imt TtHv and the ne of the ir way down ruck the k which they they r and at up a cabin and trapping iey saw a herd of antelope and started oot lope led them toward a high bluff and they fol- for eight miles without bekiL- - bars head clear to the upper Jaw Jesse in UTILIZING BONES describing this situation afterward said that be could look rig it down the Bow to Prepare The for Application to Newly Set Tree Is Spring bears throat But Arkarsms Bill was equal to the occasion and pi n the Different modes are adopted for utiliz Â¬ muzzle of his rifle at the bears ear ing bones each having its advantages fired The bear sprang back She did and drawbacks In every case it is im-Â¬ Dm portant to break them up in as small fragments as practicable by using a sledge placing them on a smooth wide and solid flagstone with a hoop or ring to confine them within bounds or cov- Â¬ ering them with a thin layer of straw which will not impede the force of the sledge or by crushing with a twenty pound weight working on a spring pole But applied in such broken fragments they would be of comparatively littlo value without further preparation as years would be required for them to be Â¬ Land come worked down in the soiL If K ad in a bone mill as fine as Indian Id become positively use meal I ful the difference between the meal s and broken fragments being shown by by the fact t hat fine meal the grains of which are a fiftieth of an inch in diam- Â¬ eter is rated in market as double the value and price of the meal with granules a twelfth of an inch If a bone A LIVKLT TUSSLE WITH THE YOCXG Bn mill can not be used or obtained the VER TIP crushed bones may be placed in alter- Â¬ not take tbe trouble though to loosen nating layers with heating or ferment- Â¬ her hold on Jesses head and face and ing manure the layer of sines being tore away the upper jaw part of the half an inch or an inch thick and the layers cf manure several inches If nose one cheek and pieoe et the manure has alxmt the same d scalp nine inches long and five wide mmon hot bed it will The lear fell over against Arkansas of he H er great body carried him gradually soften nil reduce the b Bill dead down with her and pinned him fa legal He extricated himself with may be chopped up and pulv adding and limped to the aid of his mixed with the manure anion Jesse wis sitting up a much to its richness and value Old and dry bones require more ghastly spectacle His jaw was han time than fresh ones Another mode ing by a strip of flesh to his check cut it loose While be was dressing of treating them is to mix them with Jesses torn scalp the yearling bear fresh wood ashes in a large kettle with which with the two cubs had been a neck of lime to each barrel to make silent spectators of the fight concluded the ashes caustic Soak and cover the to take it up where tt old bear had whole with water and then apply heat They will been forced to leave it off and made a for one two or three days savage rush upon the two hunters Ar Income softened and may be worked kansas Bill had a lively tussle with the over and may lie mixed with any ab- nt cr placed in layers in the com- Â¬ young silver tip befons he managed to iround Inine may be mixed kill it with his six shorter every cham- Â¬ post heap ber being emptied before the bear gave at gaf in alternating layers in ferment Â¬ DEALEKS IN AU KINDS OF ing manure adding greatly to its efli- up y on all soils needing phosphate Jesse waited without a groan or a word until Bill had finished the young Bedueed to super phosphate the lone bear and returned to the dressing of his becomes more efficient and rapid in Having fied them up the action For this purpose thy should wounds be first ground or very finely broken best he could with the means at hand Bill took Jesse on his back and started and the oil of vitriol having been proBLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS cured add sixty pounds very gradually for camp It was late in the afternoon and with great caution not to touch or and it was important tliat camp should Roofing in as reached before dark for black spill the acid in a strong tub I wolves were numerous in the hills and much or more water and then put in i Richmond Ky Mareti 18 both Jesse and Bill knew that they Twice a s much bone Stir well and would follow their trail if darkness often In a few days add some ab- nt or drying powder as p overtook them Some idea of Arkan- sas Bills capacity may be had when it t render it capable of being separatee is known that J er We would not recommend was a man six feet four in his stock inp feet and made this mode to any one not familiar with in proportion The camp was eight handling the powerful acid When fine miles away and the way was extremely bme meal can be procured It is doubt- cheaper fertilizer than super- Bill reached the camp with his burden a short time tfttr dark and was hate bought at present prie not any too soon for behind them and market and if the bones already ou THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND COR- Â¬ not far away they began to hear the hand can be ground a valuable enricher of the soil can be had at a moderate cries of pursuing woves NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS KEEPS When they reach sd camp Bill found rasa for such soils as are distinctly Innefitod by it-- In the absence of fa their cabin occupied by a prosp who had stumbled in the shelter and cilities for grinding the operation of EVERYTHING IN THE He was a imely visitor entered the fermenting manure or of the lye To Bill and the stranger fixed up a from wood ashes is to be recommended LINE OF I huckskin ani fur on two tepee The former may be accomplished during winter in the warm and sheltered which they fastened to a pony Indian fashion and placing Jesse on nent of a barn Country Gentle- Â¬ the drag started at once for the nearest man place where medical and surgical aid could be had Fort Bridger one hundred WHY JOHNNIE WAS THANKFUL and twenty miles away through a rough and unbroken wilderness They traveled day and night stopping only SPORTING to bathe Jesses wounds at the rivers and cr ha to cross They ate L and on the atterawMBj of the thinl day they came into Fort Bridger with their terribly wounded n all that memorable jour ney Jesse Bell neer once complained of suffering either from pain or hardship He was placed in the hospital and H Arkansas Bill that survive his injuries But and was out in a month sadly and permanently disfigured but the same tough and intrepid mount that he an ar fight N V Sun SAVED THEMONEY OLIVER PLOWS A D RUFF W HAS C FITZPATRICK IN I rcrl h4 PRECISELY WHAT Vol WANT KITCHEN WE BEFIB T i m wfi i 4- v Z Jfa THE UNSURPASSED Jewelry Hilver ami WiTCHMIKERJEWELER 3Sw tfr DEALER IS Â¬ Watches Clocks Plsted ware etc Special attention given to 1 PUTTING DIAMONDS AND OTHEll PUECIOU S ftTON FS REPAIRII fG Proiully done ami In a workmanlike LEXINGTON SELLE HAITSE AND manner Cash Faid for Old Gold and Silver Â¬ SHACKELFORD Tinware for siie by looflenware Workers Hr to the Dont loruet the place next door GENTRY Firnislig AND MATERIAL Ptt office lticl moml Ky 30- w- L- - COOK STOVE rArnPTftW warraated wlaa and irU riUIl and price stamped ha hii name every on aair bttm in Hardware House Goods Â¬ PLOWS I AM AGENT FOR- - and Guttering Sheet Metal of All Kinds 10- - Ills Vulcan 1 j I ani ALSO 3 Horse Chilld Pk IN W A POWELL FARLEY ne of Kentucky WROUGHT smiths KIMS l THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE lie oldest house in of W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Fine Calf TBE FAM Â¬ keeps IKON a variety for The excellence and weartntr qualities of tht iho cannot b Iwtter shown than M tbe stnnnr endora mentj of It tboiisands of constant wearera Sf OO Pennine Hand Mwri an elearant aad aal Laced Watrrproaf Graia Big HAMES Injunj Sulky BACKHANDS AND TRA black- O Â¬ WHEELS and SPOKES tOJO Poliii mnnU Shae w Allfor railroad men farmers etc I made In Conreaa Pvttoa and Are other supplies for Best makes of Fine Welt hi SO 50 Goodvfnrpopular prle the standard drew Shoe at a O la especially adapted Hand fwr Writ A ftne calf A00 uoequalleil f r style and durability r atyiiah drea she virh commend lteif boa COLLARS IKiES BAKES FORKS SHOVELS criT CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING wagon makers FARMING i I MPLEMENTS hare been mot favorably received since tntrodtKed and tbe recent Improvements make them superior to any ahoea sold at tnese prtcea Aak your Dealer and If he ca mot supply you send direct to faetoTT enclslng advertised price or portal for order blanks W L DOCGlaAS Hrocktaj ttaaa 32SHOESlafds Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPUf i P 7 Â¬ Underware Hats Gloves Valises Umbrellas Gall And See My Goods lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarter for FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and beat brands of STAPLE GKOCEKIES SALT LIME and CEMENT Sold by Jack Freernan TIMniS A SPECIA1TY fir CASH Â¬ PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY FTome to the house where vnnr W C fllir FITZPATRICK unrl trrnmlf illiArs 0silt costs you nothing to look through bought their goods half a century ago The tssed around one edge luff and the two hunters pe wit ant irned he came silver tip a yearling cab and two tpring nil rutv lly Im glad my mother dont Two pedestriaris met on the street luck pad one knocked the other down and wear slippers like them hurried off ANOTHER LYMPH Thats an outiape exclaimed a cit- Â¬ Which the Iliitcoverer CswBwS Will Cure Ty izen who helped he fallen man up jihoid Fwwarsaw Cholera Infantum ill the police and have him arrest Â¬ Enough of the niuch pried Koch ed shouted a setond lymph has just leen received at Bun after him and get satisfaction y at Ann Arbor a third to make 1000 injections irentlemen said the victim as he Mich be made will reached bis last its all right all and itexperiments with at once Prof Yaughan recently made an annoucement which e How all right I owed him three dollars and refused much excitement am mg the medica fra- Â¬ to pay it He therefore took it out of ternity to the effect that he had d ered five poisons which were my hidj the causes of the diseases of ty- Â¬ But man you have been knocked phoid fever and cholera infantum Now down he says if the Koch remedy proved a I know it but Ive saved three dol- Â¬ success lars If anybodys ahead Im the one above he would be able to cure the named diseases in the same wav and theres no need of raising a row as he had manufactured a typhoid fever over it And he got a brace on his jaw with lymph upon the same principle that his left hand and skated off into a side Koch munufactured his consumptive lymph He has already experim street Detroit Free Press with the new lymph upon small ani- Â¬ mals and is only waiting before ENGLISH AS SHE IS WRIT upon persons until he can observe the action of the Koch lymph 1 A Creditor Who Squared Account with my choice stock and I am sure you will be pleased S3- - GREATPROPOSITION W L FARLEY W A POWELL Successor to John Farlev PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded day and nisrlit by an experienced physician and pharmacist ffhe f onrier journal IN CARRIAGES UKACCT7AINTED WITH THE 3EOGEAFHT OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAlrf MUCH VALUABLE HfrOIUvTATICN FHCM A STTOT OF THIS MAP OF t ION WITH THE sWafVsi AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPAEDIA NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are ail new ami of tlir very Uleot pillerim Tliey are for sale Medicines Chemicals TOILKT ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c BRITANNICA FOR 8 CTS A DAY 250 a Month for One Year THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPEDIA - COMPLETE - DP - TO - DATE y MADE - p S1 wi A GRAB FOR JESSE 8 HEAD u n feet away esse as soon as he saw them They were in a little hollow itior and place Jesse was in bade it a dangerous spot either for an ur or for defense att had crept eould hat was ahead ile took in m at odo and jumped back ira the old being1 up made a rush bear Jesse fired and broke the bears shoulder 1 hen he jumped h close to him aaid The rain cmc down in bucketfuls nd she r he bide iloth Harpers Yoiuyr leople e lear falling p at Arkansas Bills feet The A Very Lovely bear closed her gi cat jaws on Jesses Henry Ward Beecher used often to aide Her upper teeth were buried in quote a rema k which he once over Â¬ the flesh cracking Jiree ribs like pipe heard in the White mountains at a stems Fortunately her under teeth hotel where he was staying with his struck a heavy leather bullet pouch that family On tie piazza one day a girl Jesse carried slung over his shoulder by near to him said to her companion a Ihat prevented the enormous el of her own age Jaws from rinsing together in Jesses Oh Marianne I do think that gown slide aad tearing u huge portion of it of yours is just too lovely for any thing that Jesse could do was to and it is so appropriate to wear up ear a tremendous kick in the here Mash At the same instant Arkan- The other smiled self approvingly e at the bear The bail en- Yes she faid smoothing down the folds of the fixjck in question I do estr erideii t ly thought tbe pain think this govrn sets off the mountains from the bullet waa the result of better than any other I ever had on Jesses kick for she turned and caught X Y Mercury below the ankle and iood Ground with one sarage bite Do you tiink you will gain your satisfied nth that she bit and chewed - and tore away the lawsuit 7 asked Gus Smith of Colonel flesh at every bite while Jesse was Yerger who liad been run over by a agine aitd was suing tbe city of Bwrwggung to ret hi revolver out of his time Arkansas Bill was Austin for damages Vaading his rifle breech loader Yes I thiri Ill come out ahead your awyer given you grounds yet having come in use out in that country Jesses struggles to turn and No but I lave given him grounds to er caused the bear to wheel about agaia She made a grab think so 1i e deeded him two lots on esse head Kill had his gun Austin avenue as a fee Texas Sift- this time and sent a ings oe tonsil old bear This top Â¬ pled her over and Jesse raised partially Ills Is to a Reformer aad gut his revolver in bis iresentiid himself at the editors and The bear recovered herself door saying Sir I am the great Amer-Â¬ and struck Jesse a blow with her pew ican refonao Do you want an inter- on the head and fiice that knocked aim again lie held on to his re e your feet take off your Mi put s ball into the bears hat ring that tobacco and sit fore he could shoot again the dowi Ije bear aajagd Ml arm between her teeth Identifying lllin ir through the boor Maddox Who is that dilapidated-look- feat and t The worlds eighteen hour bicycle was broken by the riders in the race closing Saturday night at Omaha The previous record was 304 miles for this time Every night since tie beginning of the race the approximate i was broken The score it the was Beading sfwK Marti erwig 308 3 10 Ashinger miles Beading and Martin are soldiers in the Second Bcgimert at Ft Omaha This is Martins first race Caught by the Decoys Bicycle Record Broken on the most reasonable lerms If m want a vehicle come ajid ee me ami you wont g home without one 5 JOHN DONELSON ftntilr diaraas Cure Inflammation of Kidneys Ilverand ftladde r Brck iuKtdepmit and luaU-ttin wf Â¬ th lriutr Organ POWERS HAGAN It is a Dictionary of Art Sciences ami Literature with a 11 addetl descriptions of American Citi- Origin and Growth with Accurate Information of tlwii Population Resources Etc -- lth 72 Pills 8100 I i JiAz--cZu- t t jjJAjffijfc4 jjigj r0UTEj mi imo r vHr g aV CURES WE KELP THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PAGiFsO RAILWaY Louis C MueUer distributor in the mailing division of the bt- - Louis post office was arrested shortly after mid- Â¬ night charged with abstracting money from letters He was caught by decoy letters and the discovery explains many complaints that have been coming in for some time past The amount of his peculations is not yet known Commit Suicide on the Street Edwin J Bowe of Cooperstown 111 was found dead late Thursday night at the corner of Baltimore avenue and Tenth street Kansas City A bullet hole in the forehead showed the cause of death Papers found in his pocket lead to the conclusion that he was in- Â¬ sane and committed suicide I say Tom I wish 1 was a caterpillar What good would that do you Why then it would be so easy to make oth ends meet Â¬ Including main lines branches and extensions East and West of the Missouri River To all points Bast North and North west from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBERT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthins ton Sioux Palls town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and cities 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Bii I0ANIZKD ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA ach T 3000 payable m moi ment of 300 bala plete set of Eneyelopaed payable 2 50 a mon arafree orld Jrs Coach v rumen U nop or Krone Toothache Facta Sick Headache Vertigo Btttoai faosassh i reaaea or rainiai re too Prof ue Pcrk ru reap cooga dsbksbs Nalt Rheaai Erralpeta itn i Fever and A iUeedf arr Pilen Blind or influenza i 11 In the Head Catarrh Whaaplac Cm Debility FhyucalWeakDeat ftarhaa Cholera Cold earaJrla eadarae yapeaals umrriea Wth Co CongeatlOB r InfUinmiUon Ferer Worm ug of lotuu i nitare HnomcoUa V DR G W EVANS G WEVANS JR 111 111 h m CLAUDE SMITH CO J n Kifiatuxnait iti1 Evans awl M I G W RICHMOND Buy PtU Real Estate to ts a man named Hawk- Â¬ lim to move bis bead Jesse dk so but the in Â¬ ins Graduated at the head of bis class stant ha moved it the bear snapped in college md delivered an eloquent as Jesse lay half valedictory en The Secrete Snccesa aenpward and closed down on his shouted ml 9i 311 jrieae ervoaiIleMiit I rlurr UmLimi v ttiaeaaeaariheUeartralpltaUonlww m 1 ins KY ntion to the Son I offer for sale the residence and Eighty foot grounds on Third street new house with three rooms kitch front en cellar outbiiidings c All in good Civil repair On street car line J A 6 WILLIAMSON CITV KNGINEKR G WPICKELS Administrators All persons Notice Sold hy Df uggjBi or eat poftpald f9 receipt of price Da ilowrawCTr BajrcL Hm pans Meaty boend In cloth aad gold nulled free having claim against the John Arnold deceased will cut them to me on or before Conner Journal one y month for ten monti Survey made for Railways Turn Encvclopvdia in I plkfs Itimdwaya Kntimate xiveti Journal one year 3 Farm rfwawaasje town lot laid otf ten months GENERAL LAND SURVEYS fawTFive per cent off for pmdia can be examined at Lines ret tieiii ion given to Engineer and Surveyor Encvclodaedia in fine Library or Sbee ayable 600 down and z and The Daily 30C a ulyCounT mnh or of the Enc veri- - to8 f K ms lands sud pUti of CbrfwapsMsV J I speoifTcFsT HTJMPSBBTB MXDICINE CO Cor William and John Streets H rw York lh debted to the estate will make settlement at W L ARNOLD lleri 9 isrtlets details pleae iotTt ted aouutsln m Brooks DR a Middeltons FY Hall Richmond 32 33 Administrator RE SOLE AGENTS FOR ifAD WHEN THE TEA KETTLE HUMS lays of tba silver and rare In the i ce tops and Hue In the are and milkweed nacurtains a treas Of liny white planeU with silken soft edgea head clear to Oie upper Jaw Jesse In describing this situation afterward said that he could look rirht down the bears throat Bat Arkcnsas BUI was equal to the occasion and placing the muzzle of his rifle at the bears ear fired The bear sprang tack 6he did UTILIZING Bow to BONES Them for Application to Newly Set Trees la Spring rrepar They Bit and ihc y flutter now here and now In ine rold threaded locks of the corn On wings of the aepnyr they wavtr and wan As light aa the vapor ha that float In the morn day when the odor of applet ex Blows up and down the great orchard nie And la amber of golden rod dapple tangled preen wave where the laasel- - we3t wind la b oeepqat of crmwn the leafage 1 laced d aaal lonely the frail harvest spider t twaa Mi vua rx i ler a I days of the frosty white morn oa the luillialiii that gladdesa ihimney the Autumn filed landscape and fog hidden A LIVKLT TTTBSLE WITH THE TOUSG 8D VER TIP id dinging moisture the window Inside la by contrast more fair tie hams and the kitten is purring ily down in the old rocking chair pe e days of the wintry crisp edges idea as sultry a Jane in her splcn- - treetop cs And the night and gray in the wind lulled and starry thai ar in flattie Whitney Gxd Housekeeping JESSE NELLS NERVE A Hard Fight and Long Journey to a Doctor r i M r-- IS true aa ead it in the s pape rs that Jesse Bell of Wind river is dead said Lorimer of the Helen 9 M icing p a n y then the nerv nan that saw r fm spect etla kilW bears aril hunted In i n of Wyoming or any other wilds is The firt I ever saw Jesse Bell he Â¬ the onehnn- hia upper and cheek gone foot r ght arm - broken ays and a x half It be- e creek on the t Fort Hridger fort when Jesse was his partner Arkansas r man a stranger I t as he was No or given aiuaudant I nthe ho6- - said to bears the story of one of that any and fierce ir hunters had Hill had been ing about Wind and for some time They and the re none of the ay down lap struck the k which they There they f otter beaver and fur animals put up a cabin and trapping irn for a t ni of antelope and started oaa The antelope led jrd a high bluff and they fol- Â¬ lowed the game for eight miles without The anU- i around one edge iuff and the two hunters n crawling along the bluff out with the Ithin range Jesse lead and as he turned f r bbV he came silver tip a yearling cdb and two bpring Bill d v not take the trouble though to loosen her hold on Jesses head and face and tore away the upper jaw part of the nose one cheek and a piece of thc scalp nine inches long and five wide The lear fell over against Arkansas Bill dead Her great tody carried him down with her and pinied him fast by both legs He extricated himself with difficulty and limped txr the aid of his companion Jesse wis sitting up a ghastly spectacle Hit jaw was hang ing by a strip of flesh t J his cheek Hill cut it loose While he was dressing Jesses torn scalp th yearling bear which with the two cubs had been silent spectators of the fight concluded to take it up where tlie old bear had been forced to leave it off and made a savage rush upon the two hunters Ar-Â¬ kansas Bill had a lively tussle with the young silver tip befons he managed to kill it with his six shoDter every cham- Â¬ ber being emptied before the bear gave np Jesse waited without a groan or a word until Bill had finished the young bear and returned to the dressing of his wounds Having fived them up the best he could with the means at hand BiU took Jesse on his back and started for camp It was latt in the afternoon and it was important that camp should be reached before dark for black wolves were numerois in the hills and both Jesse and Bill knew that they would follow their trail if darkness overtook them Sonic idea of Arkan- Â¬ sas Bills capacity may le had when it is known that Jesse Bell was a man six feet four in his stock ng feet and made in proportion The camp was eight miles away and the vay was extremely rouirli Bill reached the camp with his burden a short time after dark and was not any too soon for behind them and not far away they began to bear the cries of pursuing wolves When they reachod camp Bill found their cabin occupied by a prospector who had stumbled in the shelter and He was a timely visitor entered To- Â¬ gether Bill and the stranger fixed np a Ix d of buckskin and fur on two tepee p aas which they fastened to a pony Indian fashion anc- - placing Jesse on the drag started at once for the nearest place where medicjil and surgical aid could le had Fort Bridget one hundred and twenty miles away through a rough and unbroken wilderness They traveled day and nght stopping only to bathe Jesses wounds at the rivers and creeks they had to cross They ate as they traveled and on the afternoon of the third day they came into Tort Hridger with their terribly wounded charge On all that memorable jour ney Jesse Bell never once complained of suffering either from pain or hard- Â¬ ship He was plaed in the hospital and the surgeon told Arkansas Bill that dd never survive his injuries But he did and was out in a month sadly and permanently disfigured but the same tough and irtrepid mountaineer that he was bacbra his great bear fight K Y Sun SAVED THE MONEY A Creditor Who Squared Account with His Fist Two pedestrians met on the street one knocked the other down and hurried off Thats an outriige exclaimed a cit Â¬ izen who helped the fallen man up t all the police and have him arrest- Â¬ ed shouted a second Hun after him ind get satisfaction advised a third Gentlemen Slid the victim as he reached his feet its all right all Â¬ Â¬ Different modes are adopted for utiliz Â¬ ing bones each having its advantages and drawbacks In every case it is im- Â¬ portant to break them up in as small fragments as practicable by using a sledge placing them on a smooth wide and solid flagstone with a hoop or ring to confine them within bounds or cov- Â¬ ering them with a thin layer of straw which will not impede the force of the sledge or by crushing with a twenty pound weight working on a spring pole But applied in such broken fragments they would be of comparatively little value without further preparation as years would be required for them to be- Â¬ come worked down in the soil If ground in a bone mill as fine as Indian meal they would become positively useful the difference Ixtween the meal and broken fragments leing shown by by the fact that fine meal the grains of which are a fiftieth of an inch in diam- Â¬ eter is rated in market as double the value and price of the meal with gran ules a twelfth of an inch If a bone mill can not be used or obtained the crushed bones ma- - le placed in alter- Â¬ nating layers with heating or ferment- Â¬ ing manure the layer of bones lieing half an inch or an inch thick and the layers of manure several inches If the manure has alout the same degree of heat as a common hot ted it will gradually soften and reduce the bones ral weeks they and in the fB may be chopped up and pulverized and adding mixed with the manure much to its richness and value Old and dry Ixmes require more time than fresh ones Another mole of treating them is to mix them with fresh wood ashes in a large kettle with a peek of lime to each barrel to make wasTajJJfbthe ashes caustic Soak and cover the whole with water and then apply heat for one two or three days They will E3 become softened and may be worked over and may le mixed with any al- nt cr placed in layers in the com poat heap Ground lxne may be mixed at once in alternating layers in fermentDEALERS IN AIL KINDS OF- ing manure adding greatly to its efficiency on all soils needing phosphate Kedticed to super phosphate the lsjne becomes more efficient and rapid in action For this purpose thy should be first ground or very finely broken and the oil of vitriol having lieen proAND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS BLACKSMITHS cured add sixty pounds very gradually and with great caution not to touch or RoofiDg in spill the acid in a strong tub I much or more water and then put in Ky Mureli 19 1800 Richmond twice as much tease Stir well and often In a few days add some al SUtteut or drying powder as plaster to render it capable of being separated Into powder We would not recommend this mode to any one not familiar with handling the powerful aeid When fine lione meal can be procured it is doubt- Â¬ less a cheaper fertilizer than super phosphate bought at present prices in market and if the bones already on THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND COR- Â¬ hand can be ground a valuable enrieher of the soil can be had at a moderate NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS KEEPS rate for such soils as are distinctly liene filed by it In the absence of faEVERYTHING IN THE cilities for grinding the operation of the fermenting manure or of the lye from wood ashes is to be recommended LINE OF The former may be accomplished dur- Â¬ ing winter in the warm and sheltered basement of a barn Country Genth man Â¬ Â¬ BBwawawl vaBBfeSBBwawawawawawawal awawawal dLIVER PLOWS lur jlZ -- A D EDFF W HAS tis G FITZPATRI IN Vm JL iiiliiaJawT -- aijaMBBBW aaaiaiy 3V a fa PRECISELY WHAT YOK WANT WE REFER T KITCHEN THE UNSURPASSED NTCIIIIERJEIEUR IiEAIFK IN Watches Clocfes Jewelry Hllver and Plated warp etc Special attentioD given to FETTINQ DIAMONDS SawawawCIr TS AND OTHKH PUECIOUS 8TOS FS REPAIRI1MG Promptly done ami in a workmanlike LEXINGTON BELLE RANGE AND- - manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver - IFOI 53jaI J3Y ttfr Dont 30- to the Pout office lorget the plnee Kiclinoinl next door Ky Â¬ SHACKELFORD Tinware Woofleiiware and Guttering GENTRY FoMsii AND MATERIAL and COOK STOVE Rases ars riTPPTflaT W I Daaslarj swan salr trAUllUn warraateal and on bsttssa price stamped name has his Hardware House Goods Â¬ PLOWS I AM AGENT FOR- - Workers Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40- The Tub I and 3 Horse W A POWELL FARLEY One of Kentucky WROUGHT smiths KIMS the oldest house in of Mi Fk IN THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT ET1R MADE ALSO THE FAMOUS Â¬ W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN tf landrwf Â¬ keeps IRON a variety for black- WHEELS ami SPOKES for other supplies Best Th excellence and wearing qualities of this shoe cannot be better shown than by the strong endorse ment of Its thousands of constant wt arers OO enainr Hand ecwed an eleicant and 1 stvllsh dress Shoe w hich commends ltelf A fine calf Welt SIOO unequaih d f r strle an durability shoe t OSO itndvrar Well f O Shoe at a popular - the standard drew Policrmunt Shoe isc peclaily adapted for rallmatl men farmers etc O All made In Conga em jlitton and Lace Fine Calf and Lacrd Watrrpraof Grain Big Injun Sulky Pl I HAMES COLLARS BACKHANDS AND TRACE CHAIV HOES RAKES FORKS SHOVELS ClTTTINJ 050 WIIT Bl milll WAS THAXKFIX CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING wagon makers makes of FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine hare been favory eelTed since Introduced and the recent lmprovernenra make them superior 10 anv snHs soia at int in s Ask jour Dealer and tf fie m mot supply 70a Mad direct to factorr enclosut adTertlsed price or blanks postal for order mt V O H X F SL CXOfS SL U L J9 Tl X X 1 Gl S W L DOUil AS 11 rock t j Masw WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES spcRTiic PrTf Underware Hats Gloves Valises Umbrellas lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarters or FIELD SEEDS LINK of HARDWARE and Sold by Jack Freeman test TINNING A SPECIALTY for CASH brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT afaWVome to the house where your PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First Streets Gall And See My Goods t costs you nothing to look through Golly Im glad my mother wear slippers like them luck W C FITZPATRICk -- fathers and grandfathers bought their goods half a century ago rd dont ANOTHER LYMPH Which DBS Discoverer CaBSSBS Will Cure Ty Â¬ phoid lever sad Cholera Infantum my choice stock and I am sure you will be pleased GREAT 7 PROPOSITION OF RICHMOND KENTUCKY W L FAELEY PRESCRIPTIONS day and carefully compounded nijrht ly an experienced physician ami pharmacist Â¬ Enough of the much prized Koch lymph has just been received at the university at Ann Arlor Mich to make 1000 injections and experiments be mnde will with it at once lrof Vauglian recently L made an annoueement which caused How all right much excitement ami ng the medical fraI owed him three dollars and refused to pay it He therefore took it out of ternity to the effect that he had discov ered five poisons which were my hide But man yoj have been knocked the causes of the diseases of ty- Â¬ phoid fever and cholera infantum Now down he says if the Koch remedy proved d I know it but Ive saved three dol- Â¬ success lars If anybodys ahead Im the one above he would te able to cure the named diseases in the same way and theres no reed of raising a row as he had manufactured a typhoid fever over it And he got a brace on his jaw with lymph upon the same principle that his left hand ant skated off into a side Koch munufactured his consumptive lymph He has already experimented street Detroit Free Press m ith the new lymph upon small animals and is only waiting before trying ENGLISH S SHE IS WRIT upon persons until he can observe the action of the Koch lymph Â¬ Â¬ W A POWELLi UlfACQTJAINTED WITH THE GEOGEAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE ESFORIfATION FBCM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Successor to John Farley fhc f onmr Jfoumal IN CONNECTION MAM MaTTHrifBwaBaT CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW WITH THE- - DRUGS AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOFJEDIA PHT0NS NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES f - -- tCT Vrf0 IMIaanTMftry T - JQswBl NEW CARRIAGES liffia CI wSsLo iffi3lS 9P5TiaF f1tcP J a ifiiaV y3 Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c BRITANNICA itij -- trrV FOR 8 CTS A DAY 250 a Month for One Year THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPAEDIA - COMPLETE - DP - TO - DATE WB-a-a-a-a-rSW araBrWH k roil JISSE S HEAD They were net ten feet away WK A OlIAB n oa as he saw in a little hollow n and place Jesse was in B Arkansas Bill had crept the latter could what was ahead He took in ice and jumped back im the old Jesse cm id lieing up made a rush sse fired and broke the Then he jumped MMi bear was too close to him I ti in the side I loth tl e bear falling at Arkansas Bills feet The ed her great jaws on Jesses ler upper teeth were buried in laaj a cracking three ribs like pipe- Bwawaa natlv her under teeth t ouch that truck a heavy lent Jesse carried slang over his shoulder by ip That pre rented the enormous jaws from closing together in Jesses aside and tearing a large portion of it it Jesse could do waa to ear a tremendous kick in the attoniaeh At the same instant Arkan bear The bail en back of her shoulder natr evident y thought the pain let was the result of JaneB kick for she turned and caught below the ankle and one savage bite satisfied with that she bit and chewed I and leg and tore away the flesh at evert hile Jesse was ntefaggtiag t get hit revolver oat of Ins time Arkansas Bill was t them spot either for an Isars or for defense The worlds eighteen hour bicycle record was broken by the riders in the race closing Saturday night at Omah The previous record waa m miles for this time FJvery night since the beginning of the race the approximate was broken The score at the was Beading 408J Martin M 2 5 Gerwig 08 S 10 Ashinger miles Reading and Martin are lotn soldiers in the Second Regiment tioned at Ft Omaha This is Martins first race Â¬ Bicycle Record Broken ll new ain of tlie very lntet pilern Iliey re for sale on l tie mist reMBniiable lerriis If mii want a vehicle come ajil ee me hih My vehicles are you wont k home without one 5 JOHN DONELSON Cures Inflammation of Kidneys Liver ami BIiuMtr Hrt k dusttlt powit and Diabetes In- laniiir aisea nes or in3 I nnary irrgaii lorpiti la ver inuiiceNiion bour Mrttiiiicli liropnieai AfTwllou IVbjH iMa u av utaaaciie T POWER k HAGAN It is a Dictionary of Art Sciences and Literatim History added descriptions of American Cities with Origin and Growth with Accurate Information of their Population Resources Etc S i n TrVi -- te Louis C Mueller distributor in the mailing division of the St Louis post office was arrested shortly after midnight charged with abstracting mony The rain carie down in bucketfuls from letters He was caught by decoy Harpers Young People letters and the discovery explains many complaints that have been coming in A Ver Lovely Henry Ward Beecher nsed often to for s me time past The amount of his quote a remark which he once over- Â¬ peculations is not yet known heard in the White mountains at a Commits Suicide on the Street hotel where he was staying with his Edwin J Bowe of Cooperstown 111 family On the piazza one day a girl was found dead late Thursday night at near to him sad to her companion a the corner of Baltimore avenue and damsel of her own age Tenth street Kansas City A bullet Oh Marianne I do think that gown hole in the forehead showed the of yours is just too lovely for any thing of death Papers found in his and it is so appropriate to wear up lead to the conclusion that he pocketÂ¬ was inhere sane and committed suicide The other sm aed self approvingly Yes she said smoothing down the I say Tom I wish was a caterfolds of the frcck in question I do pillar What apod w ouid that do think this gown sets off the mountains you Why then it would be so etisy tetter than anj other I ever had on to make loth ends meet N Y Mercury Â¬ 1 Â¬ Caught by the Decoys ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Including main lines branches and extensions East and West oi the Missouri River To all points East North and North west from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBERT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone 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